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1980-10-21 - Henderson Home News

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1980-10-21 - Henderson Home News
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Kesterson, Lorna ( Columnist )
Stafford, Mary ( Columnist )
Zenoff, Morry ( Columnist )
Cherry, Lois J. ( Columnist )
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Zenoff, Morry M.
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1980-10-21
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Nevada
Henderson
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City and town life -- Nevada -- Henderson
Community life -- Nevada -- Henderson
History -- Henderson (Nev.) -- 20th century
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I I w liLLlJ-" Henderson Home News and Boulder City News PageM (EveryTimewu use the want Ads It's like having a party line to oil the buyers, sellers and services offered in the community! Put thern to work for you. Just call—It's opportunity ringing! M I uron MINT: PUrly MTB., m-ttu; hoMktr, • (•*•, cwyd ani|Mt. SSM • •. A 91SS cl. *f. t Mm., • pitain tfi. irapM, eupat. nt, tft^Md. stov* tf^waiter. ISIS. M. 4 91S0cL4.rh.Si44S0a. MAYTAG WASHER, Slg • atar* laavy 4mtf Blctrie DITBI. Gaa4 caai tlaaSUiaaek.Siirad* black SOFA faad caa4lUaa, StI. Sauli ehaat af DBAWBRS, SI. Pk. SS4-lliS alter StSSya. FURNISHED APARTMENT KM RENT IN BOULDER OH Attractively ftamished two bedroom, one bath condo In beantlAil Boulder Square. Overlooking pool, no sun, low utility fees. Adults only. Only $4<5.M month. Available Aug. 15. — WANHD — Hoover Dam, Black Canyon Documents, Arilfocts, Photos, Etc. from int thru IMS. Will buy or have evaluated, Insured & credited for Exhibit on loan. CtN KM tr Ui, Stw WM! 9nk StM, 2t3.1l23. K.C Call for 't. 564.18S1 oa#4 •••* 'flOME MAINTBNAMCE A'lMPIOVEMENT. >isobhelvet, Utcben caMMts. aNIUooa, re RtMddIng, linlok. QuUty work. Law price*. iGood refercacet. CaU Dan, 9M-f7M. Hda. tc •* racka. ttS-SOIt alter t. • C. IN • • NDEiaON: Uaf. t brai.,lbatk apt. Na pete. ItSS. per m: Call 4>M7XS. STI WIKL TEAILBB • OIIBIbraala.ltn,Sfti IS n., tallr caatelaa^. |S,OOS. SSI-SOSl ar I.C. TOP MIL far lawM aa4 fu4aaa, 4ri*away, chai, nil (oren • Paaibly leading to foil tine). Position Available la BoaMer City reaearcii and en'giaeerlag Ann. Architectaral or HVAC cxIperience deairable. MMMI. B.C. Property People'' CITY VIEW TERRACE lauaacalatc 3 k4rm. kaaw • nuay apgradea, PLUS ailllion dollar view af Vegaa awaer will carrir. PSICED TO SELL Tklt aabile kaaM aa iti awa lat ii feaced kaa treea aad a keautlAiI lawa aUlkraaljrItSJSS. MERRY CHRISTMAS far ycara ta caaw to yaar CuUly witk tkii HlgkUad HlUa, 4 bdrm. beaaty. Hadcl kaaM. lavcly yard, auay added Eztraa! MORE FOR YOUR MONEY Large I kdna.. t batk MaUte Haaw feaccd, awaer will cauider torau. kardly lived la • Urge lot completely COUNTRY LIVING Tired of tkc crawded livtag try tkc apea apacca • cnatom on % acre, lacatcd la tke PaatklUt beautlftil view of the valley ft moantaiai Call Jackie krMoHl. NEED NOBB BOON? Bay tbta l*aiy 4 Mrak baaw la HIgklaod HilU. Oaly 3 Yrt. aM ikaily ream, bfplaao. Breafelul bar! Uw dawa awl lelter will carry a aacaad Tniat OfMl. Call Myraa far mare iaii. CUSTOM. CUffTOM Spacloaa faar bdm. bama aa • kalf acre. Tatally walled aad has froat law'acaylag. BRAND NEW U8TING DawMe wide mabijc bf m* ••* la wkate grove of tree*, auuiy eitrat. Call Bayfwlbvtenriflcpricf. U>WB8T IN TOWN t bdnat. towaatte la aiec area • lot Urge eaaagh ftr garage witk alley eatraaea Ideal Ikr tba itate kayera. JacUe kaa deteila. LOOKING FOR RE*. TAL PROPERTYAaaaaMlhiilawiatem FHAIaaa-let tke realer make tke payawato-S kdrmt. 1 batk CMUO. CONDO CUTIE Well located t bdrm. coada witk aaaaaukte low iaterest loaa. POOLS HIGHLAND HILLS Twa itory 4 bdrm. keaaty teto of apgradea aad aa usumable VA laatt. —OBTbla papalar Maatara with cauatry kitekcB aad targe yard. Aiaamable VA laaa taa! FOOTHILL ESTATES taper sharp, S hdrm., t tall katk dall kause. IMMACULATE HOME w-asaay extra featares. Assume low Interest loaa waa ^aalUyiBg TRACT II Higkly improved I bdrm., 1 baUi an ^aiet street alee fireplace la eaUrged llvlBg raam • remodeled Utekea • oateide receatly paiated • cleaa ft Mat FIVE BEDROOMS large caatam bame aa M acre • I kdrms., ear garage, call Jackte ftr details. I katks, separate fkmiiy room, 3 HOP, SKIP 4 JUMP New racetrack Aram tkii karse maed eastern kaaM. Tutetally decorated tbTMgkaat • aalvM aid babiaaed fixtarcs la maater bath. Call saaa f^r NICE TRACT II IS bdrms.. fsraul dialag ream, remadeled kltekcw witk a lavely gaest I kanae. This is a kaaey! HANDYMAN SPECIAL I On* kdraa., 1 bath kamo. Caavletely resMdeled kitckea, llvtag room, th, ft exterior, irs Jaat Ukc New! riaaaciag i#^celleat. Paaeed, garage, ft warkskao. Tke price is Blgkt. DARUNG CANNOT DESCRIBE [Tbta smart ft ecoaaoUc 3 bdrm., 1% katk kame. • Valley View eicelriaat tmOf Ucattea, aaar sckaaU ft skapplag, parks taa! ATTRACTIVE k ROOMY ItotttoUrfetOTaaslte bama. Camptetely rcmadtled ft cloac u dowatewa Bsoallcat iuaily aeighbarbaad. I LOTS OF LOTS MtiiM BlUa lato AMEHICS PbarCl^ IN barses, lavely tea Myraa has mtn CMy teto. Bl. Gaad iacatlaa, acraaafkam aca t b Oaly Is. UaalArai Plvaanw BacUawNa. carry. % to build ao • H act* la Sccttoa Na 17. claaa br Black Haaatala. >* SS IH acre witk water ft pawsr avalUbte. Owaer will REALTORS 18 Water St. 564-2515 STBUCTUBAL ft OBNAMENTAL IBONW0BBBB8 APPBENTICB8B1P BBGULAB TMBBB-YBAB PBOGBAM 80VTMBBN NEVADA ABBA. Appiicaate mnal be at leaat IS years af aga, aad maat preseat eitkcr a klgh Bckaal dlptema ar a cartifl. cate skawiag satlslbctary scares la tke Geaeral Bdacatlaa Develapmaat Teat (G.B.D.) By "satUfkctery scares" is meaat tke ackieveaMat af a mlalmam scare af 3S la eack af the iadlvldaal teat areas, aad a mialmam scare af 43 Ibr the entire graap af lesto. THE HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA OB THE CBBTIPICATB SHOWING THB SATIBTACTOBY 8COBB8 IN THE G.E.D. MUST BE PBE8BNTED AT THB TIME WBITTEN APPUCATION IS MADE. ApUcaato are reapenslMo Ibr making tkelr awn arrangeoMnto far G.E.D. taeting. Tkese arraagemeate can ke aude tkraagk the Ucal scbaal diatrict afllea. Applicaato mast ke pkyalcally aUe to da wark aarmally performed in tke trade. After keing iadentared by the Lacal Jalat Apprenticeship and Tralaiag Cammlttee, apprentices mast mave late and coatinac te raaida la Santhera Nevada, the gaagrapbical area af tke Jarlsdlctlaa af tke Jalat Appreatlcesklp and Traialng Caaualttee. Tke carreat Jaaraeyman kaarly rates af pay are: Stractaral and Ornamental, $14.SS; Peace erector, 913.11. Tke keginning kaarly rate af pay kr a>>raaticat Is Sl% af th above rataa. The recraltaaeat, selection, emplayaaeat and tralaiag af apprentlcea daring tkelr apprentieesklp akall be withaat discriaalaatlaa beeaaae af race, colors religiaa, aatianal arigin, ar aex. AppUcanto mast appear In persan te abtala aa applicatlaa farm AND MUST BEING EITHKB A HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA OB G.B.D TEST SC0BB8 AT THAT TIME. Applicatiaaa will be available dariag the foUawiag hears and an these datea ONLY: ILSS AM • 13:00 Noon daily (except Satardaya, Sandays and Halidays), November 17, IfSO, throngh December t, ItSS, at Ironworkers Local 433, SSS Sa. HigbUad Avenae, Las Vegas, Nevada. (The line will form at the rear af the balldlng.) For tarther Information write: Field Iroawarkers Apprentlceablp ft TrsinIng Program, 137M Borate Street, Saata Pe Sprinp, Calllsraia 33170, ar telephone BIchard Sawera at (313) 331-3744. NOTICE: Any applicant who has been prcviaasly drapped ft-am the Iroawarkers' Appreatlcesklp Program skaald call tkc akave aamker fK special iafsrmatian priar te aiak lag appUcatlaa. Issaed ky Iraawarkers Lacal 433 Jalat Apprentieesklp ft Tralaiag Cammlttee, Us Vegss, Nevada. FOB SALE Beaatlfal Ckaaapagae catered SkiTi" pappy7 moa. old. 7i,S00 BTU HEATEB. Blaetric atavc. Bed Harrlcane awag lamp. 3S34SS1.BC FOB BENT, t kdrm apt. adaHa. S33S. CaU 8SB41M alter U p.m B.C FOB SALE, B.C. 1373 Mablte baaaa. 14 • SI. t bdrm.. m bath, rafrig., wasbar, dryer, partk. staraga shad. Dbl. wide carfarta. la AdaM park. Paal ate. Need te sell. SIS^lS. B.C. ISBIHAYFLOWEBTBLB.. H'h madel. 3S i S ft. IS.SSS BC. Trt Pk., 1191 Nav Hwy Bp. 17 SBS-S79S FOB SALE MOBILB HOME. ttlagarwaad LUiOlCaU Waaktfaya, dM-tSSS. B.C. MVST FOB SALE IBH 4S ft. Miartar taaBt. aHwaa.Alr,a9o*a.i plant. Naada wark. Call MMM4. Waakaya 111 liii. BX. Icelandic IKsratura, bsginning about the 9th osntury A.D. was the only Scandinavian literature that ftouriihed in medieval times. BUTBB CAN GO NEW nnaaclngaatbteiasSsq. ft. 1 atary aMar fhuM ft stnceo boae la alee. shape. Good bay at 9U J99' Bab Srett Bealty Baaltora S77-3M1, Alyee I70T37. 19Tt 14 ft. TBAVBTTE CAHPBB, OB FMrd 1 tea cbaaia. 89,009 actaal mi lea. Pally aolf COBtalaed. 3 onoan aiaa beda. Sell ar trade far late aaadel % ten PV., Travel all arT3SH3S4. 3 BI 399 8 Vo 4W*w^^Bf • K^> HWNMMWMBMHNHMHMMRBHBHI OASIS GARDENING Complete grounds auiatenaace. 4 yn. experience in B.C. We oare for the "blooming thinga". Call Tim or Chrii at 2fS-5115. B.C. MMBfaSMMNKSIBSMMM) Senatorial Cai The two U.S. Senatorial candidates, incumbent Senator Paul Laxalt, and Challenger Mary Gojack, will be at Henderson's Expo Days, according to their schedules. Senator Laxalt's statewide tour will include Henderson on Sunday, Oct. 19 at 9:30 1" I I i^: i;l: Visit a.m. for brunch and Mass at St. Peter's Catholic Chtttch. and at noon he will visit Henderson's Expo 9yhe city park. : J.\"-. Candidate Gojack .wfll1>e at Expo at the Civic Center in the Democratic party's booth at 3:30 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 19. Here #re some tasty wine strawberries small onaa concoctions: if possible but wild ones Sparkling Wine Coolers are the best. Put berries Chill tumblers for servin a punch bowl and pour ing the drink. Combine 'enough white wine over By BIANCA St. JOHN MIXED WINE DRINKS Ag wine becomes more popular as a cocktail drink, the emergence of mixed drinks made with wine seems inevitable. —POSITIONS OPENSALESPERSONS AND BROKER Experience and current real estate license required. Inquire at Nevada's most prestigeous development. 535 Lake Terrace Drive Boulder City, Nevada two parts white or red wine with one part mineral water. Add fresh fruit, peach slices, berries or a twist of lemon. Rosy Lemonade A great drink for the most determined teetotaler: simply mix one part red wine with four parts lemonade. Via au Sorbet Fill a champagne glass one-third full of orange, blackberry or apricot sherbet. And then pour a matching liqueur or brandy — Cointreau, blackberry or apricot brandy, accordingly — over the sherbet. (Use about one ounce of the brandy.) Then fill the glass with a cold, dry white wine. Rhine Punch Thinly peel a whole lemon so that you have one continuous spiral of peel. Put the lemon peel in a punch bowl or glass pitcher. Pour in a bottle of imported German Reisling and let the lemon peel steep in the wine for one hour. Just before serving, add one ounce branchy and a bottle of well-chilled sparkling white wine. Coupe des Praises Hull and wash one and a half pounds of fresh wme them to cover completely. Set aside do not refrigerate — {pr an hour or more. ThenrSRWlhe remainder of the White wine in the bottle, another bottle of chilled white wine and one bottle of cold white sparkling wine. Ingenuity -— inTHonie Improvenient Here's an easy and economical way to insulate your windows against heat and cold: mai(e plastic hnlngs for your draperies. Place the linings behind the drapes, and hang together using the same hooks. • "The sinner who spends and givei sway it better than the devotee who begs and lays by." Sadi SUN REALTY 5c MM.nn.f uanwa ut>ct A '.:'^ YM CM Tiwt 1311 Nevodo Hwy., &Mler Oty, Ntvsdo 89005 293-2151 "The Real Estate Professionals" IRIS BLETSCH CLAUDE E. SMITH.... MICHELE D. HESS... OWNER^BROKERS .293-4578 .293-4020 .293-3506 Associates: Pat Doman Roger Foley Jack ft Jane Grider Deaoaa & Norman Keele.. Ima Kemp Ju(^ Pltchford Pat Shumaa ..J3-48S ,..293-2989 ..298-5949 .jen-1492 .;2M-4799 DREAM IN PARADISE LIVE NEAR BOULDER CITY GOLF COURSE • Doa't let tliis oae get away tnm yaa! Sa^r 4 bedraaas, ^^ bath with large paal set in large baick yard witk separate wraugkt iroa fence. Ideal for tke growiag faasily. Nice decor tkroagkoali! See Today. $1M,S0S. CORNER LOT SPAKKLINC HOME • Super nice and cieaa 3 bedroom, l-% bath, aice liviag room, entry foyer, cnatom kitchen, lovely family floor plan, corner lot, sprtaUers, near |alf coarse. Only |S,SSa. THE "ir HOME VoB name it, it • gat it! Uveiy t sUry kame witk bedraoau, t-W batbs, (kaaily room, fermal dlaias, caslam kitckea witk many extras iacladiag RV pad, fireplace and feace. See tar yaarself • it's oaly SM,SOS. TRRIFTIBUY Come see this 3 kedroom komc witk large cavered patia, garage, coaiplately feaced yard, block coastmctioa aad eieelleat iocatioa. Tkis one kas workskop witk % batk. Priced at tSS,MS. COME ft GET IT! SSt.MO. This S bedroom, t kath older IMSM kaa beea redecorated throagkaut, is in ideal locatloa far alder coaple • close la • aad has very desirahic floor plan. Call far appaiatacat today! OONT MISS THIS ONE! S7S.M*Cieaa S bedraaai Bcparate family raom, kitckea-diaiag camka., aew carpeUag, keaaaed ceillags, goad siscd kadroooM, cr cniar drive, block garage and large back yard. grARKLES UKE MODEL ;-V*'" ** ^^f**—* ^ e>alsite decar la ft'^tjV • • *^ *•?*; T^ ouaicnrcd rear yaCU Vprivacy for c>terUi^s aroaad tkc lavely paJfand ionatoia. Sac today |SS.9as. IP YOU WANT SOMETHING DIFFERENT Its s 3 bedraam keanty! Urge living area witk Spaaisk coraer fireplace Cnsto* kHrhea wHk JoaaAIr raage-ovea flas side-by-side rafHgaralar. Larse walk la clasat, Hf lab aad alrtnaa la aaaalat anito. Aa energy sayer: • 1.MS. CLOSE ACCESS TO LARE YET IN LOVELY VIEW ABBA • Ba)*y paaaramk view Aram saadeck sad tavaljr pad area. ThU 4 badraom, t balh haaaa has aaealtlaa iacladlng antranca caartyard, largo llnea claaat. Uagaiaa aaaatar badraam aalto, larMaa faaa, aalal aoighbarkaad. Call as today for a pravtaw! Oaly SlSliML NATURE AT YOUR DOORSTEP ON THE MOUNTAIN A large 3 bedrm., S-M batk bonie surranndod by au^iestic deaert torraia with view of valley and HMuatalns from a large lat U^^one •V*" f^' plan-with entry. Spaciavs raoms with aice brick flreplaca, Indiract lighting and will Impress you *t tint: sight! Only tl9t,S0S. GREAT CORNER LOT r d.\ assuaukle loan. Lovely 3 Bdrm., 1^ ka. Only SSI,SOS. CaU far detaiia. —HENDERSONPLEASANT LIVING It's a one-year newly eanstracted3bedraam, \-% bath homeiocatedoaacaraer lot oaly ton minutes ftwm Lake Mead in a new area. Very clean! Skews eieeptionally well and aa|y S41.lit GETTING STARTED? • Here's a nice 3 badrwam, twa bath hanw la gaad area, oaly two years af Ufe and wall amlntalaed. Has cavered patia, feaced yard, t car garage, gaa aad electric, nice Utohaa aad comMaatiaa dialag area. Dlshwaahcr aad garbage diapaaal. See liar oaly|S,|SO. -BUSINESS OPPORTUNrp^ THRIVING DEUCATESSEN ia priaM lackUa with high traffic, aff^traet parking, ea ft aff Bar and Wine Liceaaa. sail drinh fkantoin and ahaws by-recards to hsve saad grass. Call taday far mare infanaatlaa! ONE OF BOULDER'S NICE RFJITAURANTS a aapar iaveataaeat far fkmily ar aggreasive faad haadlar. Good rental arrangeawat, alee Iacatlaa, aad everything yau will need far a thrivtag kaainasa. Call na for detaUa! FAMILY RESTAURANT BxceUeat bnaiaaaa! Tap central Iacatlaa, heavy traffic, gaad e^nlpadal aad aaaUag far 7S. A real BMBcy Buker! Call aa tmlv if aaarc detailed iaSaraaatlaa en tkla growing kaalfdaa. PROFESSIONAL OFFICES? Located In tte heart af B.C. Zoned C-P apprsilmately lint^ ttCaU fK 4ataila. lacaMaa In BaalnuaMwUl —ACREAGEXONBD FOR APARTKBNTB Prime derOty Call far aMre ii act last laag! MARINA HIGMLANDB BUILDING LOT Thla lat Ideal Ibr trl-lawl aabiocttoaKkltactaral aammRtaa'a appfwvaL PHead at a^ | 3 9,IOS. YOUR KPENOABU REAL ESTAH SPIOAUSTS RosMenNal Acreaoo Commerdal — Pnpm^ Mansgament — ^p F ral^ sts 7' 1 • ;6 Timet StrikeOyer! AffroklBiately half bf TfMET's workers started Mck IB wofk Monday followlag a vote Saturday of SM>B tooBdthe 18-day strike attke large ladHstiial plant. J. W. Walters, plant maiiager, said thht about SO percont of thetrorkers kaye gone back to work but he is not sure how fast the remainder of the almost 800 workers will be recalled. "Oar best estimate is that it will be from m to S months, we'll have a better feel after • M^BaamaaMimmMiiam this week," Walters said. Jim Tkompson, presidont of Steelworkers Local 4850 said he feels good Bbont the contract aad said it is one of the richest contracts ratifled in the trte iadnatrial world." Walters said the strike was disappointlag to the compaay since there waa little change la the wage package before the strihe aad after the strike. "Tkere is less thaa oae half perceat dlffereace," he said. "It's a shaaie It had to happea." Walters aaid, "and we spend a lot of tiaM wondering why." He said that by the end of the third year the labor cost to TloMt will be up by present standards by from 110 to $U adllioB. Nevoda League Of Cities Conference Successful By Lorna Kesterson The Nevada League of Cities annual convention ended Saturday night in Henderson with a dinner held at Nick's Supper Club with Congressman James Santini as concluding spealcer. Santini told representatives of Nevada's cities MBM that Congress is expected to pass the "in lieu of taxes" bill for the cities, however not for the State. "We must work together to protect our interest in Nevada and do everything we can to carry the torch," Santini said in speaking about the proposed MX Missile site which is expected to be in Nevada and Utah. Santini said the cost of the MX program is expected to $79 billion. See NEVADA LEAGUE Cent, on page 2 iNDERSnwpC ve UlS^5. ^9^2^^^Wr— a r — r .^ ./.-a. V. ^^rltV* S • • • • '^*" COMMUNITY'S NEWSPAPEI^ >?"•f80t^ ^.uHOB ^LJIU;.U_:_•-: —PHce tS* ^ i^'^SON CITY. NV. ^7,^'fcooh Morning! Tqduy is Tuesday, October 21, 1980 mi JTiTr hijRjii Chamber Pleased with Expo '80 MorrfStory By Merry Zenoff Never saw so many happy people as this past weekend. Take, for instance, the inimitable Cecil Simmons of Old Vegas' grand setup. He was exclaiming how 10,000 people a day visited the grand opening ~ but what he liked more were the comments of the visitevi. They liked what they Bw.'it*r4ift or Un4Bd '] in such good taste as it depicts the old west so well. It's an aaset to Southern Nevjidaf and certainly for we #ho love Henderson. Then at the banquets of the state's officials who attended'the Hendersonhosted convention. The feed in the park near the museum was so well handled and the feel was warm and neighborly as north and south and east and west of our state's cities joined hands. There was a night at Nick's, too, where the good spirit prevailed. There we were iinpressed with the way our congressman, Jim Santini, handled his words and his job. His background was so good going id but now the national flavor has taken over ... and I'm sold he'll be a second Alan Bible; no less. He definitely has the guts to tie into the politics of Washington and tell us about it in the open. He recognises our problems as well as the nation's and while we once criticized him, we, at this time, say we're safe with him in Washington. Then the happy smiles our mayor and his wife show as they take off for Hong Kong on a free junket on behalf of the Vegas convention hall. They will be a good front for our area and will even make Vegas mayor Bill Briare appear stronger. Bill is a master at telling the story. Then the faces of plant management and workers of Titanium •as they found a path to walk togetlier. It is indeed good newt to our community ~ ending a strike when we art In the middle of See MORRY'STORY coat OB page % Open House at Jr. High TUBS. Burkholder Junior High School staff and administration are proud to invite you to "Open House -1980", Tuesday, October 21st 7 -9 p.m. We hope you will join us for theopening session-program at 7'*^ p.m. in the gym and then follow your youngster's class schedule until 9 p.m. Trip to Knotts Berry Farm Henderson Parks and Recreation Department is offering a fantastic trip this fall. Are you interested in having a fun filled day? Sign up now at the Youth Center for a trip to Knotts Berry Farm. You'll leave the Youth Center, October 25 at 4:30 p.m. The cost to you is only $35 which covers transportation, admission and unlimited use of rides, shows and attractions. Register now to reserve your seat. There's only a few days left. For more information call 565-8921 ext. HARRY REID, Chairman of the Gaming Commission crowas Homecoming Queen Benita De Acquisto during half time ceremonies at Basic Saturday. Her escort is Jeflf Bondurant. Over 10,000 People Visit Old Vegas On Weekend Over 5.000 people a day visited Old Vegas Fort in Henderson during the opening days last weekend, according to Ken Johnson, marketing director for the family oriented facility. "Everyone enjoyed visiting the Fort," Johnson said of the daytime attraction. The third phase of Old Vegas is expected to begin in Dec. or January. It will be a complete western street and additional rides. "All buildings are being designed so they could be a movie set," Johnson said. "There seems to be a lot of interest in using Old Vegas as a movie set although there is nothing concrete yet." The Fort will continue to beopen from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on weekdays, and on Friday and Saturday nights it will be open from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. There will be a western barbeque on weekends with a western band for entertainment and dancing under the stars. It will be held at the Wagon camp area with seating for up to 2,000 people. Old Vegas is located on Boulder Highway in Henderson. Cooperation ef Governments Essential Says List Governor Robert List Friday told Nevada's city officials there has never been a time in the state's history that cooperation among governmental entities was so vital. Addressing the annual conference of the Nevada League of Cities, in Henderson List said, "The problems we face and the demands on all of us will simply overwhelm us if we don't mobiliso a concerted team effort ta address them." List said Question 6, which ii on the General Election Ballot noxt month, ia an example of officials needing to stand together for the good of the people. "There is no one in this room who is not in favor of tax relief." The Governor told the officials, "but Question 6 is.not the correct route." "Some stands are not easy to take, but this is one we must all take together because it is the right thing fbr the taxpayers." List said. "We have the responsibflity to protect Nevada's interests, and oppoaition to Question 6 does that." List praised the cooperaGovemor Robert List tion that county, city and state governments have exhibited in dealing with the possibility of the MX Missile System being deployed at least partially within Nevada. "Unquestionably, one of the biggest challenges we face ia preparing for the impacts which could come from the development of MX should the final decision be made to build it here," List said. "During the past year or so a coordinated process See COOPBATION Conlonpege2 By Mary Stafford Chamber of Commerce officials were very pleased with the turnout at this year's Expo '80 celebration, saying it was well attended, better than^ last year, despite all the other activities talcing place in the city. Eight year old Carla Bame was crowned queen of the Little Miss contest held Saturday afternoon and first runner up was Misty Romero, also 8 years old. In the Mini Miss contest six year old KariAnne Wilkins was declared queen With "^ara Pi%lt, 5,'as" first runner up. Mikft^DaVis warMC of the Mini Miss contest and Dondino MC'd the Little Miss contest. Escorts for the girls were members of the Basic High School Marine Corps Jr. ROTC. Pageant coordinator was Linda Vieina. Judges for the two contests included Miss Industrial Days Chris Volz, Don Richard, Phyllis LeFrancois, Cori Szymczak, Jackie Wox>ldridge, Mary Jo Sheehan and Jack O'Haley. Awards were given to the contestants by Treehouse Kids Stuff. Pac Out, FNB Plaza Branch, Henderson K Mart. McDonald's, Valley Bank and Winchell's Donuts. Printing of the programs was donated by Sager Printing and flowers by Anne's Flowers. Awards for the best booth decorations following the theme of Expo, "Growing Towards Tomorrow," were won by CP National depicting business and exhibitor's award went to Frontier Floral. While many people strolled through the exhibits and attended the carnival, outside on both Saturday and Sunday afternoon, many of the local kids participated in games sponsored by the Parks and Recreation Department. Grand prize winners of those who took part in the games were Teresa Steams, who won the bicycle donated by Ben Stepman Creative Advertising, and Michael McMahon, who won the roller sluites donated by H. Dan Taylor of State Fram Insurance. '.ii.;.j......sJl.j(-i. / r^ .i >* m

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UenderMD Home News, Mendcraon, NevMia NEVADA LEAGUE CoBt tnm page 1 "The buck stops with you in locat government." Santini said. "There will be an additional 125.000 people move to Nevada because of the MX and the impact will be on the local governments." Construction is expected to be initiated in 1981. He said the Federal Government has not coped with the impact it will bring to Nevada and Utah. Bill Wallace, a Reno city councilman */&s elected president of the league for the coming year. The gavel was handed to him by Mary Kincaid. councilman from North Las Vegas, who was outgoing president. Other new officefs include Vaughn Silva. mayor of Yerington. first OOO" Congressman James bantinl vice president; Bernard Gulla. councilman of Sparks, second vice president; Al Levy. Las Vegas, secretary-treasurer. The league took a number of stands during its three-day conference in Henderson including a stand against .Question 6. They also called for the closure of the Beatty dumpsite. The entertainment for the final banquet of the league included Leanna Grant, talent contest winner for the recent "Miss Cinderella" contest ooo 00 QMfmmE OFF LIST PRICES! MORE DISCOUNTS ON DISCONTINUED ITEMS IN STOCK! C 0 0 0 un m NWMEiT (tumn "y^iiwjhimmEtw m^ i^ wicit IN SOUTHERN NEVAD/L TFI ELECTRICAL SUPPLY • (formarty SunNgM Ushttng Cantar) imtniiitST. m^w A TFI 00. 1-aget in Baton ttouge. La. She sang several numbers, and Jlndrew Morris. "Little Impressionist," the foufyesr-old wonder boy. ... / lueMiay, Ui9lper.4itrliilft "^Nnnlu lliiki iMld INMMIIIM Seutor JtiMt I. CMteM Barlier in the day. Senator James 1. Oibera spoke to the group about the development of Henderson and he compared the development of the gigantic manganese plant during the war, to the proposed MX missile program now facing Nevada. He called the magnesium plant In Henderson a "magnificent engineering achievement, more costly than Hoover Dam and working within one year of the beginning of construction." He told how officials worked to keep Henderson as a city after the war and how progressive the city hs's become. He compli* mented city officials in the wise development of land and said the Sagebrush rebellion is an effort to break the land-lock of land by the Bureau of Land Management. He cited the MX missile project as a number one priority which will bring many challenges to local and state gbvemrfients. He said the governments should work together and he feels they can meet the challenge of MX. He also called for the defeat of Question 6. The league program stated on Thursday with registratioin and reception. The reception and a HMonlight beat ride were held at Lake Mead. Oii Friday the sessions were held at the Eld&rado Gub with a lund|^eon at noon at the civic center park w>'ere Governor Robert List was speaker. The ening was spent at Old Vegas. Saturday's sessions were at the Eldorado Oub, with the concluding banquet at Nick's. Mayor Metton Domonoske of Fallon was named the city legislator of the year and was presented with a large trophy by Burroughs and Smith. COOPBtATION Coflt from page 1 has emerged in which city, county and state offieials are engaging in serious dialogue ceneerning the many and complex issues surrounding MX." The Governor said (his exchange of ideas and plans among the governments benefits the people of Nevada who clearly waiit to preserve their style of life. "No such planning structure or process bai ever existed in our state, and although disagreements may be heard, I believe there is a fundamental and unihim'-• • ; • • • ^mm TfTWsnammnswfmmmmi wmwim^iimatmi RiViCr SOFA lap a w mvisfs a • OursM* hatSwood IM Back" tofMtyeitaw coAverkible/ MY TNE SOTA KD THAT MOH NOTEU ID {M VCaS USC Sfw fvtofs. inoludNiQ our "QotdCrS"wiwtr. A umc saEcnoN. NHNSEIS, eAUlinKDl RfCUNCRS AND aKTMCICDS, MHUWAYBCOS r-i^ ARE YOU IN NEED OF AN EXTRA RED? 0t on of our beautiful Riviera Convelrtibie Sofas with the moat comfortable fbam or innerspring ntattraas. Our Showroom la pacltod with Novada't laroest selection of styles arxJ fabrics. Sizes to fit your roohft. We invite you to come in fqr a demonstration and test our super sleep mattresses: aniNO IN Youn ROOM MF.ASUflEMeNTS fOk THE EXACT sot SO^A • BED VOUUMCED. CONVEMtNT FtNANONO AVAlUeU ous commitment to proceed in such a way that Nevada will be heart) fh>m in a clear, faclual aad ubifled voice," List said. List predicted that if this type ot cooperation continues in facing common challenges, "I have no dbubU that Nevada will not ohly survive the 'SCs, but emerge with a strength that can ohly be attained through being tried end tested." the Qovemor pointed to the Commission on the future of Nevada and the Governor'l Management Task Force as examples of what the state is doing in terms of meeting the challenges of the new decade. "Tofether, the Governor's Mahagemeht Task Force and the Future's Commission offer ah agenda for Nevadans to consider as we attempt to protect the quality of life in our state," List laid. MalMai I a n Hiife HiHirs; Headertoa. Nevada Faet ApprovjBS day ilgfcl li^iaSnsisrii NaiNtil ili#.r i(i4|iiMilliii aaateUttgli., wkeibillMtyil iitlghCAfv rijht la 'mWI^ 'ika nara pr#bNiMi #! right mM0m^ itHlihtliitlllMaaMH. • • • • fasasaip ss ^aBapnwwi illlMagI 1 fli |iff|. eta lkMtiiMe|'*tiil crooked lJi||tliNI ;lil*4 haotllAf. • ^j;^": ^ WottMlMi#ii#iiiii wMliaatttotWalViMiS or TMttaar AtPlmf0^f0k BiiafintiyQiaftiiii sitatlkita|itnMtil|liMM It out. 0V( ittiylilrifk rottgh alfd luff Wl^M^s good, well bMiMi,ail| \bm repraiailt rlMt>ll itti" tenlty hM tfifi 14 iMlId id sack a ifetMllilMlMt mvf is wr^ui^0}im$ whatt yM faiili^rltlMas>iiiftiiiiiHI hoiBceAaiy.daiHil-ii ^ 'auiifgiaM'fM U ii i iii.at • <• Master 7i .1 fart, tvi l|f|:Hk: pylMy wiiadiAd inmln^tiii't putt • bUlfeil'i #i#|j|. Alter 1^ ha^ MH lllll* ciMtttfyMitiMlicjr .Mil and haiN Ifii #^UH atibita ttlti pttlllii^^ m gal wiAl tut aid iMIII0* aii^ >li in kli#3ii's idiiihiiifcairiliii'^ W^aWtitiiiMltii^ oni*-iillliifnilirlila Chirgaftii lii HfSiiN eaMi wtyilMttiiMllHH di ba MM§^miMlt4 $ ladiaaedMAdMgMtldal tlMa..WaalU%i|i|jiMilt. tua NTfdi ^ ilitlii Witt all var Umjtm^KMlilM aa it aldiid feijfiSiM th ways ba.. • ^ix.?. x.'ftir:Ldiil.cWt:r t' i FolleHrid^ a-pttbUist^csriitg :t TtaMiayr the -Boulder City toutteil approvi^d' the steps t ki^ Jb far oh fhe Mt>^>sed itew aifpoit itt< in B^ado ^ Vklley:-'^--'^'';^^' • '^) ^ ''th?l|?f4vWai-|,resertted ^ ^t?frefe"He?,<^uti9rts. ^e first *[ TMtk .the Envirbnmental ^ yyssesstncftt re|>prt presented ilarli^ Ja'the evening by Pf J*A*J}tion fort • I • '.,'r ^^^• Ih .rti4||||I of the master Ipiati.'^tbi^'cpnailtlhg firm reoomtiiendeid Ei^prado Site 1 ttheoGpin^l,d|n{lMse n, the firm^Pfteseotec^ an airport laygiut ;*nd terminals layout flaaiii^Fhase til dealt with the<-fiAancial irhes}teretthlbconeetion >^ Jf Elddrado Valley begitming r^pjiretimately four miles j iouth of highway 9li ^'(^ > i'M; Bob WadelU teprdenting '(he eagiheeting fkm fold the ^*'iMetth|' "tVelday mi the <^'!SiM(9ii%etitlir^Aliestinent ; >^ ;^)ftp^t^^|^i^th/^^ no ;^' ;'^;jhi&|hjaffc^'1a^r'as^^ :;;.: vi^. ..... -, to the sprbposed ahiSorf si^|-:Tiutil^^ol but AVadell said a4'|!'a&dr>tohi^t.,^i acquiiltidn can be4imisits*4-,v-any.;.negative at a. later dati'j: u| no4 'he„noted that the ?ect on ,. .'WJIdlife i|nd vegeution in the ^^ valley is; bf |ng given; £i|irther •Study,:-..,. .„• • > ;. • ,-.. ,:r.; >^fr. vWadell. said .the. complete '^^^Mport will be tubmitted^o the z^4Attii'Av\9tton Admiiiistravj^n ger>i^tom asked Wadell if the • ^ federal funds would Itfvblve *";Jpkyment for bfinEina trtlHties nww 21iZ'M>^ MtSI S2firaaK2iaL-i^ sff^^ THB B/V/HMQ PLACE Introducing our DOUBLE TAKE'' Portrait Package 95c/$12.95 DeposB/ TotalPackage Price "DOUBLE TAKE'~A CfMtlvt if>proach to Dual Imaga portrait photography. No additional charge tor group*. Poaaa I our selection. Backgrounds | may occasionally change. Satttfaction always, or depoell cheerfully refunded. PACKAGE CONTENTS: 2-8x10^3-5x7%, 15 Wallets, 4 Chanm THESE DAYS ONLY ~ OCTOBER: WED. 22 THURS. 23 FRI. 24 SAT. 25 SUN. 26 DAILY: 10 A-8 lM SUNDAY: lOAM-5 PM SOUTH BOULDER HIGHWAY, HENDERSON atth^aNDMARK ...A Buffet Above All Others HighOlpTheLANDMARK ^th Floor HOTEL A CASINO 50 Per Person Children under 10 ... 3.50 Sundays 9:00 AM-2:30 PM lueaday, October ii, iwm National Business lUomen^s IDeelt A Salute to our couininunlt||>, ambitious W0rliiii|| wonp at the|| continue to OoaUinthechallenfliis IDorld of Business i IW^ .,i,.;jThis will be a ^ ^ ^Special Ad Section running during Business Women^s IVeeh... October 19 thru 25 Being published ^ October 23rd This is a chance for your Business or Business Club to Honor their 'mmi ON TH£ 00"

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UenderMD Home News, Mendcraon, NevMia NEVADA LEAGUE CoBt tnm page 1 "The buck stops with you in locat government." Santini said. "There will be an additional 125.000 people move to Nevada because of the MX and the impact will be on the local governments." Construction is expected to be initiated in 1981. He said the Federal Government has not coped with the impact it will bring to Nevada and Utah. Bill Wallace, a Reno city councilman */&s elected president of the league for the coming year. The gavel was handed to him by Mary Kincaid. councilman from North Las Vegas, who was outgoing president. Other new officefs include Vaughn Silva. mayor of Yerington. first OOO" Congressman James bantinl vice president; Bernard Gulla. councilman of Sparks, second vice president; Al Levy. Las Vegas, secretary-treasurer. The league took a number of stands during its three-day conference in Henderson including a stand against .Question 6. They also called for the closure of the Beatty dumpsite. The entertainment for the final banquet of the league included Leanna Grant, talent contest winner for the recent "Miss Cinderella" contest ooo 00 QMfmmE OFF LIST PRICES! MORE DISCOUNTS ON DISCONTINUED ITEMS IN STOCK! C 0 0 0 un m NWMEiT (tumn "y^iiwjhimmEtw m^ i^ wicit IN SOUTHERN NEVAD/L TFI ELECTRICAL SUPPLY • (formarty SunNgM Ushttng Cantar) imtniiitST. m^w A TFI 00. 1-aget in Baton ttouge. La. She sang several numbers, and Jlndrew Morris. "Little Impressionist," the foufyesr-old wonder boy. ... / lueMiay, Ui9lper.4itrliilft "^Nnnlu lliiki iMld INMMIIIM Seutor JtiMt I. CMteM Barlier in the day. Senator James 1. Oibera spoke to the group about the development of Henderson and he compared the development of the gigantic manganese plant during the war, to the proposed MX missile program now facing Nevada. He called the magnesium plant In Henderson a "magnificent engineering achievement, more costly than Hoover Dam and working within one year of the beginning of construction." He told how officials worked to keep Henderson as a city after the war and how progressive the city hs's become. He compli* mented city officials in the wise development of land and said the Sagebrush rebellion is an effort to break the land-lock of land by the Bureau of Land Management. He cited the MX missile project as a number one priority which will bring many challenges to local and state gbvemrfients. He said the governments should work together and he feels they can meet the challenge of MX. He also called for the defeat of Question 6. The league program stated on Thursday with registratioin and reception. The reception and a HMonlight beat ride were held at Lake Mead. Oii Friday the sessions were held at the Eld&rado Gub with a lund|^eon at noon at the civic center park w>'ere Governor Robert List was speaker. The ening was spent at Old Vegas. Saturday's sessions were at the Eldorado Oub, with the concluding banquet at Nick's. Mayor Metton Domonoske of Fallon was named the city legislator of the year and was presented with a large trophy by Burroughs and Smith. COOPBtATION Coflt from page 1 has emerged in which city, county and state offieials are engaging in serious dialogue ceneerning the many and complex issues surrounding MX." The Governor said (his exchange of ideas and plans among the governments benefits the people of Nevada who clearly waiit to preserve their style of life. "No such planning structure or process bai ever existed in our state, and although disagreements may be heard, I believe there is a fundamental and unihim'-• • ; • • • ^mm TfTWsnammnswfmmmmi wmwim^iimatmi RiViCr SOFA lap a w mvisfs a • OursM* hatSwood IM Back" tofMtyeitaw coAverkible/ MY TNE SOTA KD THAT MOH NOTEU ID {M VCaS USC Sfw fvtofs. inoludNiQ our "QotdCrS"wiwtr. A umc saEcnoN. NHNSEIS, eAUlinKDl RfCUNCRS AND aKTMCICDS, MHUWAYBCOS r-i^ ARE YOU IN NEED OF AN EXTRA RED? 0t on of our beautiful Riviera Convelrtibie Sofas with the moat comfortable fbam or innerspring ntattraas. Our Showroom la pacltod with Novada't laroest selection of styles arxJ fabrics. Sizes to fit your roohft. We invite you to come in fqr a demonstration and test our super sleep mattresses: aniNO IN Youn ROOM MF.ASUflEMeNTS fOk THE EXACT sot SO^A • BED VOUUMCED. CONVEMtNT FtNANONO AVAlUeU ous commitment to proceed in such a way that Nevada will be heart) fh>m in a clear, faclual aad ubifled voice," List said. List predicted that if this type ot cooperation continues in facing common challenges, "I have no dbubU that Nevada will not ohly survive the 'SCs, but emerge with a strength that can ohly be attained through being tried end tested." the Qovemor pointed to the Commission on the future of Nevada and the Governor'l Management Task Force as examples of what the state is doing in terms of meeting the challenges of the new decade. "Tofether, the Governor's Mahagemeht Task Force and the Future's Commission offer ah agenda for Nevadans to consider as we attempt to protect the quality of life in our state," List laid. MalMai I a n Hiife HiHirs; Headertoa. Nevada Faet ApprovjBS day ilgfcl li^iaSnsisrii NaiNtil ili#.r i(i4|iiMilliii aaateUttgli., wkeibillMtyil iitlghCAfv rijht la 'mWI^ 'ika nara pr#bNiMi #! right mM0m^ itHlihtliitlllMaaMH. • • • • fasasaip ss ^aBapnwwi illlMagI 1 fli |iff|. eta lkMtiiMe|'*tiil crooked lJi||tliNI ;lil*4 haotllAf. • ^j;^": ^ WottMlMi#ii#iiiii wMliaatttotWalViMiS or TMttaar AtPlmf0^f0k BiiafintiyQiaftiiii sitatlkita|itnMtil|liMM It out. 0V( ittiylilrifk rottgh alfd luff Wl^M^s good, well bMiMi,ail| \bm repraiailt rlMt>ll itti" tenlty hM tfifi 14 iMlId id sack a ifetMllilMlMt mvf is wr^ui^0}im$ whatt yM faiili^rltlMas>iiiftiiiiiHI hoiBceAaiy.daiHil-ii ^ 'auiifgiaM'fM U ii i iii.at • <• Master 7i .1 fart, tvi l|f|:Hk: pylMy wiiadiAd inmln^tiii't putt • bUlfeil'i #i#|j|. Alter 1^ ha^ MH lllll* ciMtttfyMitiMlicjr .Mil and haiN Ifii #^UH atibita ttlti pttlllii^^ m gal wiAl tut aid iMIII0* aii^ >li in kli#3ii's idiiihiiifcairiliii'^ W^aWtitiiiMltii^ oni*-iillliifnilirlila Chirgaftii lii HfSiiN eaMi wtyilMttiiMllHH di ba MM§^miMlt4 $ ladiaaedMAdMgMtldal tlMa..WaalU%i|i|jiMilt. tua NTfdi ^ ilitlii Witt all var Umjtm^KMlilM aa it aldiid feijfiSiM th ways ba.. • ^ix.?. x.'ftir:Ldiil.cWt:r t' i FolleHrid^ a-pttbUist^csriitg :t TtaMiayr the -Boulder City toutteil approvi^d' the steps t ki^ Jb far oh fhe Mt>^>sed itew aifpoit itt< in B^ado ^ Vklley:-'^--'^'';^^' • '^) ^ ''th?l|?f4vWai-|,resertted ^ ^t?frefe"He?,<^uti9rts. ^e first *[ TMtk .the Envirbnmental ^ yyssesstncftt re|>prt presented ilarli^ Ja'the evening by Pf J*A*J}tion fort • I • '.,'r ^^^• Ih .rti4||||I of the master Ipiati.'^tbi^'cpnailtlhg firm reoomtiiendeid Ei^prado Site 1 ttheoGpin^l,d|n{lMse n, the firm^Pfteseotec^ an airport laygiut ;*nd terminals layout flaaiii^Fhase til dealt with the<-fiAancial irhes}teretthlbconeetion >^ Jf Elddrado Valley begitming r^pjiretimately four miles j iouth of highway 9li ^'(^ > i'M; Bob WadelU teprdenting '(he eagiheeting fkm fold the ^*'iMetth|' "tVelday mi the <^'!SiM(9ii%etitlir^Aliestinent ; >^ ;^)ftp^t^^|^i^th/^^ no ;^' ;'^;jhi&|hjaffc^'1a^r'as^^ :;;.: vi^. ..... -, to the sprbposed ahiSorf si^|-:Tiutil^^ol but AVadell said a4'|!'a&dr>tohi^t.,^i acquiiltidn can be4imisits*4-,v-any.;.negative at a. later dati'j: u| no4 'he„noted that the ?ect on ,. .'WJIdlife i|nd vegeution in the ^^ valley is; bf |ng given; £i|irther •Study,:-..,. .„• • > ;. • ,-.. ,:r.; >^fr. vWadell. said .the. complete '^^^Mport will be tubmitted^o the z^4Attii'Av\9tton Admiiiistravj^n ger>i^tom asked Wadell if the • ^ federal funds would Itfvblve *";Jpkyment for bfinEina trtlHties nww 21iZ'M>^ MtSI S2firaaK2iaL-i^ sff^^ THB B/V/HMQ PLACE Introducing our DOUBLE TAKE'' Portrait Package 95c/$12.95 DeposB/ TotalPackage Price "DOUBLE TAKE'~A CfMtlvt if>proach to Dual Imaga portrait photography. No additional charge tor group*. Poaaa I our selection. Backgrounds | may occasionally change. Satttfaction always, or depoell cheerfully refunded. PACKAGE CONTENTS: 2-8x10^3-5x7%, 15 Wallets, 4 Chanm THESE DAYS ONLY ~ OCTOBER: WED. 22 THURS. 23 FRI. 24 SAT. 25 SUN. 26 DAILY: 10 A-8 lM SUNDAY: lOAM-5 PM SOUTH BOULDER HIGHWAY, HENDERSON atth^aNDMARK ...A Buffet Above All Others HighOlpTheLANDMARK ^th Floor HOTEL A CASINO 50 Per Person Children under 10 ... 3.50 Sundays 9:00 AM-2:30 PM lueaday, October ii, iwm National Business lUomen^s IDeelt A Salute to our couininunlt||>, ambitious W0rliiii|| wonp at the|| continue to OoaUinthechallenfliis IDorld of Business i IW^ .,i,.;jThis will be a ^ ^ ^Special Ad Section running during Business Women^s IVeeh... October 19 thru 25 Being published ^ October 23rd This is a chance for your Business or Business Club to Honor their 'mmi ON TH£ 00"

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^ • ^^ • • m^^ai hjm; iwi.fiammmtixww^ Settdenon^Honie Newi, Hendenon, Nevada Pane 4 Nevada Trial Lowyers Honor Jock Jeffrey The Nevada Trial Lawyers Association honored Nevada State Assemblymen Jack Jeffrey and Bob Price and 8tn Judicial District Judge Howard W. Babcock at the association's annual convention in San Francisco, Oct. 17-18, 1980. jTo Subscribers F YOU HAVE NOT RECEIVED YOUR PAPERI J BY ftOO AM. PLEASE CAa [HENDERSON HOME NEWS 56418811 OR B.C. NEWS 293-2302 (alt. 9 am) Jeffrey and Price were honored as "Consumer Legislators of the Year" while Babcock will be'hbnored as the "Jurist of the Year". Jeffrey, who represents Clark District 22 in the Assembly, has served in the Nevada Legislature since 1975. He was the Assembly's FONTANA'S -SPECIAL31* PER LB. onN MON. THIU FU. 1 AM TIL 4 PM SAT M AM TIL S PM W7IBIIUALD (BY NEVADA POWEW B. LAS VBQA8 SUPER SAVER SALE Silverwoii Program At library On October 23, at 7:30 p.m., a program on Indian silverwork will be presented at the Boulder City Library by Pat Lappin of the Archaeo Nevada Society, and Dr. Sheilagh Brooka, Humanist Consultant at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Silversmithing was not a part of the original culture of the Southwest Indians. The skill was first learned from contact with the Mexicans who settled in the southwest, probably in the 1850's. Early silver items made by the Indian silversmiths were rather crude, but the work gradually became more refined, until today certain individual artisans are recognized as some of the finest silver craftsmen anywhere. Come and see how the Indian silverworking developed from the crude, rudimentary craft of its early beginnings into the highly skilled craft it later became. chairman of the Commerce Committee in 1979. He served as majority whip in the 1977 session. Jeffrey, who is the secretary-treasurer of the Southern Nevada Building and. Construction Trades Council, is from Henderson: Price, who represents Clark District 17, has also served in the legislatyre since 1975. He was the chairman of the Assembly's Taxation Committee in 1979 and served as chairman of the Legislative Commission's Subcommittee on Insurance Rates and Rating Practices in 1980. An electrician by trade, Pri^e is from North Las Vegas. Judge Babcock will receive his "Jurist of the Year" award in recognition of his outstanding service and dedication to our system of justice. He has been a district court judge'in Gark County since, July, 1967. Jeffrey was lauded for his efforts during the 1979 session in the repeal of no-fault automobile insurance, while Price is being honored for his efforts on behalf of consumers as subcommittee chairman on insurance rates and rating practices. "Both Assemblyman Jeffrey and Assemblyman Price have always had the consumer in mind," said NTLA President Richard W. Myers of Las Vegas. "They have stood for the consumer in all areas of legislation and most particularly in the repeal of no-fault auto insurance." '" Babcock, 63, who served as U.S. Attorney for Nevada prior to being named to the bench, received his law degree from William Mitchell College in Minnesota in 1941. "Judge Babcock is academic in his approach to the law and is diligent, fair and objective," said Myers. Besides honoring Jeffrey, Price and Babcock, the Nevada Trial Lawyers will conduct, a day and a half seminar on a variety of legal subjects of interest to the trial bar. The two-day convention will also have a panel discussion on the upcoming 1981 Nevada State Legislature with Jeffrey, Price, Senator "Spike Wilson" of Reno, Assemblyman Bob Barengo of Reno, and AFL-CIO Executive Secretary Blackie Evans as featured speakers. icrnipson i wiOtake Ifendcfson to CirscHi City Henderson born and raised, Danny Thompson is the kind of person we need to represent us in Carson City. Danny knows our problems first hand and understands what it takes to find the solutions. As Nevada's leading industrial city, Henderson has a unique place in the state's economy.' Because it is also the fastest growing city in Nevada, we face problems which tax our financial resources. Danny Thompson will fight for Henderson's fair share of state spe49 •*" I TAB E ^inrtK 60ubict '^ii Hi IIMATMNS TO SERVE YM Mil MEADOW UNE mONEITO^lN t MIVVM tMMMPI 400 L TMrlCiUlA MMUMHMM • M iMnn It Mni nm vn%i0N omm 0000 TNHU OCT. •irr. Ilil L FUMNOO TIMITt rfa • • ^ft'vr^mx'^: Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Pages Tuesday, October f 1, IIM Praise For Art Festival, Ken Ford, from Brea, California, was so enthusiastic about the space he had on Oct. 4-5 at the Art Festival that we believe his words echo the way all the artists felt. Ken is a potter. He was a Featured Artist in the 1980 show. His booth was located in the area close to the Gazebo. Water Conditioners-SALEI United Number Left! We can guarantee the finest quality electric syttem available—ftiU one cubic foot aoftener, conditioner and refiner system completely installed for $9S01(5 NOW $650.00 TOTAL We also have the KINETICO; the only non-electric water refiner system on the market today, and it carries a limited lifetime warranty. This system can be completely installed in your home for a total cost of *""" $Unl NOW $995.00 TOTU REVERSE OSMOSIS WAS $495:00 NOW $425.00 TOTAL RENTING $15.00 PER MO. NO MSTUUTION aUMi NO MONEY DOWN 100% RNANONG AVAILABU Call now before buying any other water system—get all the facts at no obligation. THIS WEEK! Shown here are the fanUstic and World famous "CANADIAN REDS". SUrring ROD ELLIS AND BILL COWAN flying their PItU Specials In a devil • may care, precise team aerobatics. This exciting duo will he appearing In the U> Vegas International Air Show, this Saturday, Oct. 25, and Oct. 261980 at Sky Harbor Airport. Ask for SANDY STONE 451-3556 Ask for JOE CUNDARI ^78-0425 Attention!! Registered Voters The Boulder City Democratic Club announces its fourth biennial Oktoberfest will be Saturday, October 25, beginning at 4 p.m., at the MacEacherns', 1300 Denver Street, to meet and visit with Democratic and Non-Partisan candidates listed on the Boulder City Ballot. This garden party, which carries on the original Boulder City Oktoberfest hosted by the Democratic Club .since 1974 with free buffet, beer and SQ|[, drinks, provides a unique opportunity for registered voters to question those running for national and local offices. U.S. Senate candidate Mary Gojack and incumbent Representative Jim Santini will be present, as well as District 22 Assemblyman Jack Jeffrey. Home Tour Scholarship I "^i^THEATRE Fundraiser I STARTS WED. lb our customers who are moving... Boulder City • Boulder City's outstanding homes will j be on display again to the public Saturday,] November 1, 1980 at| 1:30 p.m. Five homes will be available for viewing by the public including custom homes that have magnificent views of Lake Mead and lovely homes in Center City. Tickets may be purchased from AAUW members, the Chamber of Commerce or Oaklane Academy. Only chance could have thrown them together. Now, nothing can pull them apart XAMUIL PULIER'X. THE BIO RED • ANNOUNCEMENT ABOUT OUR NEW PHONE RETURN PROGRAM. Itt MARVIN MARK HAMU lAMUaraUfRI 'THKMCRiOONK' (AMtAOMt • OHirMCKCO NBUrWMB ^""SSSSSmm] .IQNM/\R> NIGHTLY SUN. THRU THURS. AT 8:00 P.M. SHOWS EVERY FRI. & SAT. AT 7&9 P.M. MATINEE EVERY SAT. & SUN. AT 2:00 P.M. ADULTS $2.00 CHILDREN f LOO EVERY SUNDAY 8:00 P.M. SENIOR CITIZENS ADMISSION ILOO ^•APlWa,,. ROACHES? CALL THE ROSE MAN 8760780 It used to work like this. When moving day came, you'd move everything out.. .except the phones. They stayed behind. We're changing that. Now when you discontinue phone service, we are asking you to return your phones to your local Centel Business Office. You will then get a $4.00 credit for your first phone return. Plus $2.00 for every additional phone. When phones are not returned like this, Centel will have to bill you for the value of the unreturned phones. If you're moving within the Centel service area, just move all your phones with you. You will get a total $4.00 credit applied toward installation charges. The idea behind our new Phone Return Program is • this: you won't have to wait for an installer to pick up the phone. And that means a sizable time savings for you and us. It is simply a more efficient system for all of us. Ifyours is a jackphone, just unplug it. When it's a fixed installation phone, snip the cord between the telephone and the wall.* We think this new system means many happy returns for all of us. •Do Not snip cords on multi-line or illumination phones. NTEL CENTRAL TELEPHONE / tarn MMMM

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^ • ^^ • • m^^ai hjm; iwi.fiammmtixww^ Settdenon^Honie Newi, Hendenon, Nevada Pane 4 Nevada Trial Lowyers Honor Jock Jeffrey The Nevada Trial Lawyers Association honored Nevada State Assemblymen Jack Jeffrey and Bob Price and 8tn Judicial District Judge Howard W. Babcock at the association's annual convention in San Francisco, Oct. 17-18, 1980. jTo Subscribers F YOU HAVE NOT RECEIVED YOUR PAPERI J BY ftOO AM. PLEASE CAa [HENDERSON HOME NEWS 56418811 OR B.C. NEWS 293-2302 (alt. 9 am) Jeffrey and Price were honored as "Consumer Legislators of the Year" while Babcock will be'hbnored as the "Jurist of the Year". Jeffrey, who represents Clark District 22 in the Assembly, has served in the Nevada Legislature since 1975. He was the Assembly's FONTANA'S -SPECIAL31* PER LB. onN MON. THIU FU. 1 AM TIL 4 PM SAT M AM TIL S PM W7IBIIUALD (BY NEVADA POWEW B. LAS VBQA8 SUPER SAVER SALE Silverwoii Program At library On October 23, at 7:30 p.m., a program on Indian silverwork will be presented at the Boulder City Library by Pat Lappin of the Archaeo Nevada Society, and Dr. Sheilagh Brooka, Humanist Consultant at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Silversmithing was not a part of the original culture of the Southwest Indians. The skill was first learned from contact with the Mexicans who settled in the southwest, probably in the 1850's. Early silver items made by the Indian silversmiths were rather crude, but the work gradually became more refined, until today certain individual artisans are recognized as some of the finest silver craftsmen anywhere. Come and see how the Indian silverworking developed from the crude, rudimentary craft of its early beginnings into the highly skilled craft it later became. chairman of the Commerce Committee in 1979. He served as majority whip in the 1977 session. Jeffrey, who is the secretary-treasurer of the Southern Nevada Building and. Construction Trades Council, is from Henderson: Price, who represents Clark District 17, has also served in the legislatyre since 1975. He was the chairman of the Assembly's Taxation Committee in 1979 and served as chairman of the Legislative Commission's Subcommittee on Insurance Rates and Rating Practices in 1980. An electrician by trade, Pri^e is from North Las Vegas. Judge Babcock will receive his "Jurist of the Year" award in recognition of his outstanding service and dedication to our system of justice. He has been a district court judge'in Gark County since, July, 1967. Jeffrey was lauded for his efforts during the 1979 session in the repeal of no-fault automobile insurance, while Price is being honored for his efforts on behalf of consumers as subcommittee chairman on insurance rates and rating practices. "Both Assemblyman Jeffrey and Assemblyman Price have always had the consumer in mind," said NTLA President Richard W. Myers of Las Vegas. "They have stood for the consumer in all areas of legislation and most particularly in the repeal of no-fault auto insurance." '" Babcock, 63, who served as U.S. Attorney for Nevada prior to being named to the bench, received his law degree from William Mitchell College in Minnesota in 1941. "Judge Babcock is academic in his approach to the law and is diligent, fair and objective," said Myers. Besides honoring Jeffrey, Price and Babcock, the Nevada Trial Lawyers will conduct, a day and a half seminar on a variety of legal subjects of interest to the trial bar. The two-day convention will also have a panel discussion on the upcoming 1981 Nevada State Legislature with Jeffrey, Price, Senator "Spike Wilson" of Reno, Assemblyman Bob Barengo of Reno, and AFL-CIO Executive Secretary Blackie Evans as featured speakers. icrnipson i wiOtake Ifendcfson to CirscHi City Henderson born and raised, Danny Thompson is the kind of person we need to represent us in Carson City. Danny knows our problems first hand and understands what it takes to find the solutions. As Nevada's leading industrial city, Henderson has a unique place in the state's economy.' Because it is also the fastest growing city in Nevada, we face problems which tax our financial resources. Danny Thompson will fight for Henderson's fair share of state spe49 •*" I TAB E ^inrtK 60ubict '^ii Hi IIMATMNS TO SERVE YM Mil MEADOW UNE mONEITO^lN t MIVVM tMMMPI 400 L TMrlCiUlA MMUMHMM • M iMnn It Mni nm vn%i0N omm 0000 TNHU OCT. •irr. Ilil L FUMNOO TIMITt rfa • • ^ft'vr^mx'^: Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Pages Tuesday, October f 1, IIM Praise For Art Festival, Ken Ford, from Brea, California, was so enthusiastic about the space he had on Oct. 4-5 at the Art Festival that we believe his words echo the way all the artists felt. Ken is a potter. He was a Featured Artist in the 1980 show. His booth was located in the area close to the Gazebo. Water Conditioners-SALEI United Number Left! We can guarantee the finest quality electric syttem available—ftiU one cubic foot aoftener, conditioner and refiner system completely installed for $9S01(5 NOW $650.00 TOTAL We also have the KINETICO; the only non-electric water refiner system on the market today, and it carries a limited lifetime warranty. This system can be completely installed in your home for a total cost of *""" $Unl NOW $995.00 TOTU REVERSE OSMOSIS WAS $495:00 NOW $425.00 TOTAL RENTING $15.00 PER MO. NO MSTUUTION aUMi NO MONEY DOWN 100% RNANONG AVAILABU Call now before buying any other water system—get all the facts at no obligation. THIS WEEK! Shown here are the fanUstic and World famous "CANADIAN REDS". SUrring ROD ELLIS AND BILL COWAN flying their PItU Specials In a devil • may care, precise team aerobatics. This exciting duo will he appearing In the U> Vegas International Air Show, this Saturday, Oct. 25, and Oct. 261980 at Sky Harbor Airport. Ask for SANDY STONE 451-3556 Ask for JOE CUNDARI ^78-0425 Attention!! Registered Voters The Boulder City Democratic Club announces its fourth biennial Oktoberfest will be Saturday, October 25, beginning at 4 p.m., at the MacEacherns', 1300 Denver Street, to meet and visit with Democratic and Non-Partisan candidates listed on the Boulder City Ballot. This garden party, which carries on the original Boulder City Oktoberfest hosted by the Democratic Club .since 1974 with free buffet, beer and SQ|[, drinks, provides a unique opportunity for registered voters to question those running for national and local offices. U.S. Senate candidate Mary Gojack and incumbent Representative Jim Santini will be present, as well as District 22 Assemblyman Jack Jeffrey. Home Tour Scholarship I "^i^THEATRE Fundraiser I STARTS WED. lb our customers who are moving... Boulder City • Boulder City's outstanding homes will j be on display again to the public Saturday,] November 1, 1980 at| 1:30 p.m. Five homes will be available for viewing by the public including custom homes that have magnificent views of Lake Mead and lovely homes in Center City. Tickets may be purchased from AAUW members, the Chamber of Commerce or Oaklane Academy. Only chance could have thrown them together. Now, nothing can pull them apart XAMUIL PULIER'X. THE BIO RED • ANNOUNCEMENT ABOUT OUR NEW PHONE RETURN PROGRAM. Itt MARVIN MARK HAMU lAMUaraUfRI 'THKMCRiOONK' (AMtAOMt • OHirMCKCO NBUrWMB ^""SSSSSmm] .IQNM/\R> NIGHTLY SUN. THRU THURS. AT 8:00 P.M. SHOWS EVERY FRI. & SAT. AT 7&9 P.M. MATINEE EVERY SAT. & SUN. AT 2:00 P.M. ADULTS $2.00 CHILDREN f LOO EVERY SUNDAY 8:00 P.M. SENIOR CITIZENS ADMISSION ILOO ^•APlWa,,. ROACHES? CALL THE ROSE MAN 8760780 It used to work like this. When moving day came, you'd move everything out.. .except the phones. They stayed behind. We're changing that. Now when you discontinue phone service, we are asking you to return your phones to your local Centel Business Office. You will then get a $4.00 credit for your first phone return. Plus $2.00 for every additional phone. When phones are not returned like this, Centel will have to bill you for the value of the unreturned phones. If you're moving within the Centel service area, just move all your phones with you. You will get a total $4.00 credit applied toward installation charges. The idea behind our new Phone Return Program is • this: you won't have to wait for an installer to pick up the phone. And that means a sizable time savings for you and us. It is simply a more efficient system for all of us. Ifyours is a jackphone, just unplug it. When it's a fixed installation phone, snip the cord between the telephone and the wall.* We think this new system means many happy returns for all of us. •Do Not snip cords on multi-line or illumination phones. NTEL CENTRAL TELEPHONE / tarn MMMM

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• • ^9 f^m WP ^ TTT^*'^'* ym FORD FORD FORDI FORD FORD FORDIIFORDI -IFORD FORD FORD • MEMBER ... LAS VE6AS IS FRliiJIIlY ICOUNTRYIII FRIENDLY FORD PRESENTS "THE NEW WORLD CAT' • UILT TO TAKI ON THE WORLD" BRAND NEW 1981 ESCORT 3 OOOfl HATCHBACK Front WhMl Drive. 1 6 Litsf 4 Cylinder Engine, 4 Speed Overdrive Trans. Steel Belted W/W Tires, Cloth 1 Vinyl Seat Trim, Rear Window Wiper/Washer, Deluxe Seat Belts. Dual Remote Control Mirrors, Trim Rings. Vinyl Inaert Bodyside Moldings, Tinted QIass, Electronic Ignition, Halogen Headlampe, Fold Down Rear Seat, Maintenance Free Battery, Movable Package Tray, Rack & Pinion Steering ... "BUILT FOR A CNAN6IN6 WORLD" A TOTALLY REDESIGNED. GRANADA... BRAND NEW 1981 QRANAOA 2 DOOR 3.3 Liter 6 Cylinder Engine, Automatic Trana. WSW Radial Tries, Air Conditioner, Power Steering, Power Brakes, Cloth Seat Trim, Fligtit Bench Seat, Front A Rear Bumperguards & Rub Strips. AM/FM Stereo Radio, Tinted QIass. Bodyside Protection Molding, Delux Wheel Covers, Inside Day Night Mirror, Window Moldings... Stock No 100 440^ INTRODUCTORY PRICE 5898 c^^asjs^^s^sa BRiUiOfllEW ISn RIUSTAlie 2 DOOR Cloth Seat trlin, Console, WSt^ Radial TrM. Power Stewing, PotMr Brakes, Dual RMnoto Mrron, Tiirbina WhMl Covers. Rocker Panel Moidini. Tinted Giaas, TuTona Mnt, Halogen Headlamps Reclining Bucket seals, Wkle Bodyside MoMlgi, Full Instrunwntatiofl, Bumper Rub Strips ... Stock No. 660 "AMEMICAt MOST POPULAR tPOfITt CAT *6498 fmnwMm) BRAND NEW 1881 .TNUNDERBIRD 3 3 Liter '6 Cylindar, Power SMrtng. Poww Briksa, Automatic Tranamisslon, Alt Conditioner. AM Radio, WSW Radial Tirai, Vinyl Top, Flight Bench Seat Comwnttonal Sowi Tire, Titt Steering Wheel. Wide Door Belt Mouldings. Rodier Panel Moiildlngi. Tinted Oiiss, Hood & Bodyside Accam Snpes, Electric Clock...8lock No 1265 •n.uxuiiY, •TYLI, • CONOMT ^7998 27i432& INTRODUCTORY PRICE *7598 BRAND NEW1981FAIRM0NT4D00R 3.3 LKar 6 Cylinder Engine, Cloth Seat Trim, Bench Seat, Interval WindtMeM Wloers, Automatic Trans, Oelux Seat Belte, WSW Radial Tries Conventional Spare Tire, Electrk; Clod^, Tih Steering Wheel, Power Stearinq, Spaed Control, Bumper Rub Strips, Air Conditioning. Dual Remote Control Mirrors, Phrating Vent Windows, Wire Wheel Covers, Tinted Gi^. Light Group, Accent Paint Stripes. AM Radio, RocKer Panel Mouldings Front And Rear Bumper Guards, ^tocit No 786 •IT MAKI9 A WORLD OP UNtr 25i 350&r $ 7398 BRAND NEW 1881 LTD 2 DOOR 50 Liter Engine. Automatic Overdrive Trans, Power Steering, Power Brakes, Air CondHlonar, WSW Radial Tires, Conventional Spare Tire, Electric Clock. Vinyl nm "mn ECOMMT' '4888 SMck WAS IS595 MUST SELL • 75 CNEVT • • mnik $/w I MrtMMlK liwr llMrlM iii lu||l|l rick WAS t22t} MUST SELL Kl II' >ii|l>|i '•<: • 1588 71 ooDQE "omr 4 M 4 speei. sir. MH/TM. nlbe \ • 818 wiv nmnm, Sedlls. IffilA. net rack, eceeal it^eee, ii '4288 WAS $4995 MUST SELL 79 FORD PIRTO 3DR 4 eflio^r lylimilic. M*> llMrins iir (M tiiit Mull clitli Intlrlir riw •Iniow tilig |if riilflwtlMll ltd) iKi nolilii|i Slock No h%9 STTif 1 ECflHOIIIT WAS $S15 IMUST SELL -4488 TRUCKS NEVMM'S DfnCUL' TRUCK HEADQUARTERS TOrd £OX NEW 1880 COURIER PICKUP 2 3 liter (140 CID) 4 cylinder engine. 106.9" wheelbase. variable ratio steering, power front disc brakes, bright front bumper, 6 foot pickup box, automatic transmission, 1400 pound capacity, wsw tires, rear step bumper, exterior decor group Stocli No 6860. -FUEL-EFriCICNT ICONOMY" "WIAWLY IMLUOW SO Ur SdAO | "'""'-'"'"•"T • CONOMY" ifwifina n/^BByaire^ BRAND NEW 1888 PANNNONT 4 DOOR i 3 Lite' Ename Amomaac Tr — wngp H CMi Seat Trwi Bench Seal iOSWRaaiaiTtrM.C o iiai liiri n g ^owerBraliea ** CondiiwnarEiWHi Ooww jwrnmirn'Occam firoup, Timed GUM M Radio insitfe Day ir4livi 9iadiNe 1433 -MS0UTST4 vAuir Eaicrra '5998 ^MiMO asw iseo THONDaaiRo 1.2 UMf V4 Engine, Aulomanc Tnntmlsalon, Power Steering Powar kkm, Mr ComMonad, VhtyTvi Top, Rip Opsn Air Roof, WSW Radial TlrTConiwiMfMl Spire TIrs. TM SMrIno WM. Spa^ rower sw, wica wot ven wBuiainaa, uwMr Moor oroup, iniarioi Daco* urwp, rBWi f wwaaw^ ifira wwwi Mwen i imeo uiaN, rpww uom i-odd, Nta9 ftMyMi Mipai Slock Ni M5i NEW 1880 F250 STYLE8IDE 14 9 lltar (300 CIO) 6 Cylinder engine, knitted vinyl seal trifli, AMM & on gaugaa, automatic tranah mission, ak conditioner, powar Meering. kHnount western mirrors, super coding, laar Mip bumper, untad glass 8 00 X 16 5 8 ply raiad tiraa t spare I Stack No S2S8 -A WOSKASLB VAiUS 9Ur EHDin ^7998^^l^2Mie%585 BRAND NEW 1881 F100 49 Liter (30O CID) 6 cylinder engine, 3 speed. 133" wfieel base 8 foot box, vinyl seat, supier cooling exterior sound package, P215/75R 15SL tires 8 spare Stock No 1630. -PUIL-imClENT TRUCKINQ" 255l4758H^5695 NEW 1880 F380 CAB 8 CHA88IS 4.9 liter (300 CID) 6 cylinder engine, 10,000 GVW, 4 speed, 137" wheelbase, knitted vinyl seat, amm & oil gauges, power steering to-mount recreation mirrors, super cooling, H.D. battery, timed glass 800 X 16.5 10 ply rated Ures & spare Stock No 5807 "tUMtn WORK VALUr BRAND NEW 1881 ElOiVAN 4.9 liter (300 CiD)"6 cs • **" 3 speed passenger bucket seal MJ^SSO'IS, P"**? steerina 124 wheelbase P205/7SR ISSL tires & spare stock No 1592 "REAOV FOR VOl'" TOUCH" 23II414 E 1^6075 BRAND NEW 1881 F150 4 9 liter (300 CIO) 6 cylinder engine, 3 speed, 133" wheelbasa, 8 foot box, vinyl seat, 6100 lbs GVW. auxiliary rear springs, front & rear bumpers, sxterioi sound packue, P235/75fl 15XL tires & spare Stock No 1403 "SUPER UOHT-OUTY WORKir 25 S1475 Shi ^6095 PINTO CINNtWa VAN" SAV BRAND NEW 1881 F250 STYUSIDE 4 9 liter (300 CID) 6 cylinder engine, 4 speed, 7650 GVW, knitted I vinyl seat, AMM & oil gauges, powei steering, kHnount ininws I radio super cooling auxiliary fuel tank, rear step bumper, tiel down hooks, tinted glass, protection group, lower bodyside! moldings, 8 75x16 5 fo ply rated tires & spare. Stock No. 1626 { "QOOD TRUCK MILEAGE" 79F0m If HOB. riBf rB8R. Mi tSpBi fBRVB WiBBiB. Mystii MMhNn. rBir tkB4i Ut. tl8ci M. 071W. "Mitii AN ttttimi" -fc-fc WAS $5395 ^AaRR MUST SELL • T'TUW ;| to| Slicli WAS $435 MUST SELL '3688 -79 FORO "PWTO" GMKIIir WMflU Hi MM RMOInak cMkleMv nalndi nqi wMi, meei euiiei iraes. iMi m, INJM. THE MM vr WAS $4995 MUST SELL ^488 10 FORD fINTO 2 ON ',,ui\ir lulomiK I,' liivii clotli mliriir WSWritiillirif ? 000 mill Stick S f3N7 Nr HIT irw WAS $5195 MUST SELL '4488 77 FOOD-tRMMM" 4 00 V*8 BNIBMOC. BIT, B8WBr siBBriiB 8ii brakBs. ^^ — • ** M^M kaae^ a^ MMHI Mama k*^l^ Mil iBBI. l8fM BI8CB 8BM. WIW DnB. 88811188 '2988 '-EXCELLENT VRLUr WAStSTSS MUST SELL ;9 CHEVY kOVl 4 DP ecTlinttr lulonilic ^owtr llMrmi iit< krtkn. iir >M iilit cltiK inlrior M) nit ncKliji WSW lifi! 22 Ono nllM SItcli Ro P3I77 aio si/i fCOkOMT WAS$51t5 ^IQflR MUST SELL OUUU -70 MK 'VOHT t DO M ^a,j^-l m —-1.J--.-. .1^1, pnWWn D vflNBW.. BBI8MIIK. MI I llMrlOB. WSW UrBI. BCBBIt tthpBi I noag. OTIBKLY LOW MLS^ WAS 14695 MUST SELL HrecMr '4188 BO CMEVY iONZ* 3 01 4 cyllndir lutofflllic ^owrilNri*| IA< kritll tM'FNtiM iir lurklni lil civlfI ttict Re P3y31 ^HARP (COROMY WAS S5995 MUST SELL '4988 75 CHEW •Vmt GUkOIK" t 00 f-i. BBlBMiB. m, ^BW BMRBI 8BB BTBIBB 8R BIMBIi B8W BBBI 888 MH8VB> nBfl 188. W8W NTH. eMk laMir. IM Ns. 111216 UttST SEE TWt IM" M988 WAS $2495 MUST SELL 80 OLDS OMFGA IROUGNAM Z DR 6 cylinilir 4 ifMl powir IINTIM III4 trMM iir pawii wmOiiri lill wkitl crmii lickil sills AM/fM Itirii iri wliHl civi'l WS ridiils bid) UN noldlKii Slick Mi P3952 CLASS t (COROMY WAS t7BIS MUST SELL '6788 71 DRTSUI 7I0Z' ) DR t cyliKiir Mtimitic Mr AM/IM !••• m ItrtlDHtllllll titf cun INtI tl*C< Rl '31IU IFST VAIUI IR TQWI WA$ isais ^IQRR MUST SELL llJUV -70 PONTUC -FIKilOO' V-8 MrteMnc Ilr Nwir nsmei M4 kniiei. UN wRasl. UI/FM liiree rWii wlMela. niisi Mkrier.eeeselescteMitnjNs SteckNe P39M WAS $S95 $AQRH MUST SELL "f #UU 77 IMC NORNET 4 01 i cylmttr imiMltc Mr Mr ilMrm|. rilii. tody tiii prilKliii ktll Mck Met Slid •• P3944 SRIALl CAR ECORORir IIC CAR CORi fORT wAst3iH 52B88 MUST SELL fcUUU -79 FOOD -FIIITO" t OR rm PHuni. ^ cfVRiii, % syiiii wcivi wiu, STOCK NO N. TOTAL ECONOMr' WAS $3695 $Q1Rft MUST SELL O I 00 70 FORD FIfSTR J ON 4 cylii4ir iriMwrM IIMII4 M|IM. Irial • M irlH 4 isMt HcMli f*M* ciiM mlinir tlict l R-t SUPfR LOW MlKt WAS S4MS MUST SELL '3988 USED TRUCK SPECIALS 71 LUI 4i4 rtWUf 4 crIiRdir 4 lewl MI 4nfary luei taiK rear step bumper, timed giaM P2i^|R '5SL fesj. spare bodyde moidftgi. tutoi* Stock No 6862 -aWATV ORRtRCHOOSE FROM ONE OF THE LARGEST NEW CAR AND TRUCK INVENTORIES IN AMERICA TODAY 20 S 380 I ciuiti" $1 ti NEVADA'S LARQIST VOLUOil Ui^ J DIALIRI 99 NEW 1886 E3!!0 VAN 7 5llter(4flOCID)8cvii'>J*;9''' on cargo and rear doc' s'so transmission oil cooler ["strun automatic transmission • 'o & spare, tKigm io-moi". *etr eondillonar. radio tintecf MS sii ,. door dual fuel twKs po*'* finOiRCMrlty lodi group Stock No 4liB movable glass auxiiiarv group 10 ply tires •Nrrors air tide cargo ALL VEHICLES SIMECT TOPRNNI SALE. FORD "Miajf-WtRfiBtO CAPttlSffr*. 3^ ^04S PRICES 6000 TMROUaH OCT. 23. 1980 ANB DO NOT INCLUDE NEV. SALES TAX HANK ADAMS Yier Ffioedhf Ford LMM Mas LBEASE! LEASE! LEASE! FRIENDLY FORD IS HOME OF tHE DISCOUNT LEASE!! EVERY LEASE DISCOUNTED! pag^j nr^ffit/mvl fffttfsnmn' cMKmmt ROm M MttllR jm Off TK EJVIEttlMT WXX TI KAMNS HAU*SAU MOni OtlO-tOclO RON. TWO SAT. 666 N. DECATUR • 870-7221 "Proof Again... Nobody Beats a Friendly Ford Deal!" rOC:)| If^ORDl jFORDl IFORDI IFORDI KOHD f-ORD FORDI FORD FORDl IFOR[)| IFOHUI jFORDl IF >' JFORDl -IFORDB IFORDI iFORDi iFonDl IFORDI IFORDI IFORDI IFC FORD| -|FORD| IFORDI-IFORDI -If^o^r) -'^w.;'. • —Hail I

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Pafcl OBTTUARIES Tuesday, Octeber tl. l^M HeiiderMB Home Newt, Henderwn. Nevada Roiiold Peckman Services Pending fer Ridiord Torgerson i Services are pending at Palm Chapel for Richard Torgerson, 70, who pasted away October 18 in Henderson. Mr. Torgerion was bom December 6,1909 in Hamden, Minnesota. He was a retired auto body repairman and had lived in the area for 10 years. He was a member of a Moose Lodge in Las Vegas. He is survived by his wife, Evelyn Torgerson of Henderson: sop, Larry Torgerson of Indian Rock Springs, Florida; stepsons, John Haugen of Henderson and Tom Haugen of Rochester, Minn.; a stepdaughter, Claudia Stesinos of Seattle, Washington; a sister, Irene Traver of Fresno, Calif, and one grandson. Lough (ut Judge: "What were you doinK in that place when it was raided?' Locksmith: "I was making a bolt for the door." Clove Wdker Posses Awoy I" 6teiise 'Sondgroper' Services were conducted Monday at 10 a.m. in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day SalnU' First Ward for Clave D.Walker, 84, of Las Vegas, w^o died Thursday in a local hospital. Bishop Kent Rhees of the LDS Church officiated. Mr. Walker was bom August 3,1806 in Eden, Utah. He was a school district custodian. He is survived by his two sons, J. Marian Walker of Henderson and Eldon C. Walker of Utah; his daughter, Verlene Sullivan of Henderson; 15 grandchildren *and 29 great grantchildren. Burial will be in Hurricane, Utah. IS YOUR WATER SOFTENER EFFICIENT PUT YOUR WATER SOFTENER ON A SALT RESTRICTED DIETI 15lbt.downto6lbt. HOW YOU CAN HELP • To prevent any legal mandates or ban on water softners, you can help by usina some of the possible salt efficiency techniques in the following list •Setting your water softener to regenerate at the 5 to 6 pound salt level • Soften only hot water. • Alter your water softeners to provide counterflow regeneration (Modifying the plumbing of the softener to allow a reserve flow during the regeneration cycle). These suggestions will save you money & reduce the amount of salt discharge to Lai(e Mead. Put yor water softener on a salt restricted diet and give your support to the salinity reduction program. FOR ADDITIONAL IN-HOUSE CONSERVATION TIPS ON • Use Of Garbage Disposals • Shower & Faucet Restrictors • Toilet Dams CALL CLAUK COUNTY SANITATION PI STRICT 458-1180 Ext. 219 Navy Aviation Electrician's Mate 3rd Class Ronald F. Peckman, son of ClifTord E. and Barbara M. Nay of 623 Hidden Valley Road, Henderson, recently participated in exercise "Sandgroper 80" off the southwest Australian coast. He is a member of a detachment flrom Light Helicopter Anti Submarine Squadron 35, based at the North Island Naval Air Station, San Diego, and embarked aboard the destroyer USS Oldendorf operating as a unit of the U.S. 7th Fleet. His squadron participated in the one week exercise with Australian and New Zealand naval and aU* forces after visiting Bunbury, Australia. During the exercise, the units practiced anti ship, anti • air, and antisubmarine warfare tactics., Following the exercise, the squadron had the opportunity to visit Adelaide, Australi^ and Hobart^ Tasmania before resuming its cruise in the Western Pacific. A 1976 graduate of Basic High School; Peckman joined the Navy in October 1976. Utter to the Editor: 'We Are Glad' Dear Editor: Let the other papers run complaint columns. The Home News can have a "We Are Glad" column. And here are three items to start it off all things we feel truly grateful for every day. 1. • That Stepman Dodge cured our car of dangerously stalling in the midst of traffic. Signed John Warmer. 2. • That Henderson Auto Body out at 852 E, Lake Mead repaired our car door lock so we can use the door again. Signed John Warner. 3.-ThatDrKesslerof Boulder City cured my two year pain that three other Drs. said t would have to live with. Signed Una Mayhew. Do you think this is a good idea? Yours, Hellen Warneit ooooooooooooooooooooo GlanwurTidkifiJ^ I o o 0 O ^^ migni oe too narsn [or a senstttve scalp. Q 0 O 0000000.0 0000000000000 Pick hair products that are gentle — the milder the better. Products that contain too o ft^^ much detergent leave film on the hair and Q l^r might be too harsh for a sensitive scalp WJi^ii This City's Home-grown Young Man iSifiny Tliompson Filed For The As sembly— HiiSS What The Henderson Home IVews Wrote: tf^et's Elect Danny Thompson! Uriny Thompson lashes Sena's auto insurance Lashing out at Assemblyman Nash Sena for voting for bills that were against the best interests of working people, Danny Thompson, a home grown Hendersonian, this week announced that he will file for the seat in the assembly that Sena holds. "Nash Sena authored and voted for the •mandatory insurance law that requires everyone to have insurance or face up to a $500 fine for thoae who are caught without it," Thompson said yesterday in his announcement that he will run for office. "Now don't get me wrong, everyone needs insurance but when the insurance companies are given a sellers market without restrictions this is not fair." "It's not fair to senior citizens on flxed incomes whose incomes have been steadily eroded by inflation." "It's not fair to young people who in some cases pay outrageous premiums because of their age." "Nevada has the sixth highest insurance rates in the country and also has a law now that forces its citizens to be criminals," Thomspon added. "You simply can't have your community elect you to a position and then go to Carson City and forget about the people who put you there and why. I think people are tired of getting nothing for something.*' "Therefore, I have (lied for the assembly in District 21, and if the people would take a better look at what has happened to them over the past several ytun, and will give me some support I may be able to do something about those problems," Thompson concluded. Thompson was bom July 31, 1951, at St. Rose de Uma HospiUl in Henderson. He at^ tended elementary school through high school in Henderson where in 1969 he graduated ftom Basic High School. Danny Thompson Hevhas three brothers and three sisters, who except for two, currently reside in Henderson. His oldest brother, James, is the President of the United Steelworkers of America Local No. 4856. His father is the Pastor of the Bibleway Fellowship Church on Decatur Boulevard in Las Vegas. In Wl he married Debora Currier. She was also bom and raised in Henderson. She is employed as a teachers aide at C:T. Sewell Eelementary School. They have two sons, David who is eight, and Danny who is six and reside at 226 Navajo Drive. In January of 1969 he went to work for Stauffer Chemical Company. In January of 1972 he was accepted by the Joint Apprenticeship Committee as an Apprentice Insulator, and after his four-year apprenticeship, he was matte a Journeyman and is at present still working in his trade. (PifyD RW By FieiOS OF (MNNY THOMPSON) For the past seven years he has been an officer of the United Steelworkers of America Local No. 5282. He worked as the Maintenance Grievance Committeeman, the Maintenance Safety Committeeman, Chairman of the Joint Safety Committee and then in January 1979, he was elected President of the local union. Thompson's additional complaint against Sena is explained in his following statement: "As President of the local union I became aware of how state laws that aren't considered carefUUy by their creators can hurt the people they are intended to help. For example A.B. No. 241 (which is now state law) reads like this:" 'A person is ineligible for benefits for the week in which he has filed a claim for benefits, if he was discharged f^m his last or next to last employment for misconduct connected with his work, and remains ineligible until he earns renumeration in covered employment equal to or exceeding his weekly benefit amount in each of not more than 15 weeks. Thereafter as determined by the Executive Director in each case according to the seriousness of misconduct' "Now that doesn't sound so bad but what this law says is that if you are terminated for misconduct you are ineligible for unemployment benefits until you get another job (which now days might not be so easy). Now you would probably say if someone is terminated for misconduct he doesn't deserve any benefits, but as President of the local union, I have seen people fired because of a company.^ rule that doesn't allow you to see a do^tercfr dentist without being penalized," Thompson said. "I can't understsnd why Nash Sena voted for this bill when everyone ii> District 21 are working people. A law like this is definitely a step backwards for anyone Who works for an hourly rate," the candidate sUted. HeBdersoB Home Newt, HeBderaoa, Nevada Pviet Taesday, deieber 21,1N9 BOO m^Bm^Momm^ by Lois Cherry Sports Editor Basic's Wolves came heartbreakingly close to their first victory of the year Saturday as a Homecoming crowd screamed its encouragement at every move they made -but it wasn't to be. The final score was 20-17 but Rancho's Rams knew when the game was over that they had been in a football game. As has been the case in most Wolves' games this year, mistakes early in the game cost Basic dearly. Two interceptions, one in the first quarter when Ram Frank Burke intercepted a Basic toss aiid ran it back SO yards for a touchdown. The second Rancho score came in the second quarter, again a pass interception by Tim Worcester took the ball back 27 yards. Both kicks were good by Rancho's Ron Escobar. AU through Saturday's game, Basic's defense held the Rams offensive squad, intercepting two passes and holding the Rams to 104 yards on the ground. Late in the third quarter, a much toughened Basic offensive squad got down to business. With just minutes to go in the half. Bob Scucci ran a Rancho punt back to the SO yard tine, on the next play Tom Cooper gained five yards on the ground. David Mogensen carried on the next two plays, getting Basic a first down. Three plays later, it was still third down and 12 to go for the Wolves when Rancho lost ground on a face mask violation giving the Wolves a first down. With S2 seconds to play in the half, Scucci plowed through the Rams defense from one yard out for the score. Gilbert Dias made the extra point. Early in the second half Mogensen was hurt and spent most of the rest of the game on the sidelines. Basic inched up another two points with a touchback when a punt attempt missed the Rancho kicker in the third quarter. Early in the fourth quarter, a Basic fumble deep in Rancho territory gave the Rams another scoring chance and though they missed the kick, it was Rams 20to Basic's 9. The Wolves took to the air again after the kickoff, with Billy Bly completing a long pass to Kelly Roundy. The Wolves were moving well when a penalty for clipping cost ground and they were forced to give up the ball again. Then a series of incomplete Rancho passes and unsuccessful field goals gave the Wolves the ball again and with SI seconds to play in the game, Bly got to Randy Garrison putting the Wolves in scoring position and a pass complete to Bryce Can* in the end zone from Don Ellis did the job. .^ Kelly Roundy was in the right spot when Ellis again tossed the ball for two extra points but the Wolves then ran out of time. Basic takes on Las Vegas at Las Vegas this Friday at 4:30 p.m. What Makes c**^ Sleep Center Waterbeds Different? Cross Country Teams Set For Division Race Several Basic cross country records fell during Saturday's Western Warrior Invitational which was held at Western. The Invitational was separated by class rather than team and in the girl's division, one school record was broken for the 2.5 mile course, only to have it broken again a short time later. It was Merci Hernandez, running fifth in the sophomore division, with a time of 16:29, that broke the 17:23 record but she held the record only until her lister, Irma Hernandez, a junior, flnished ninth in her division with a time of 16:23. Other times in the sophomore division were: Tami Powell, ninth, with a time of 17:11; Deedee Hamumura, 20th with a time of 20:24 and Linda Laramore ran the distance in a time of 20:38. Tami Kalber also completed in the Junior division, she ran 26th with a time of 21:33. In the boy's cross country competition, Jeff Newton's time of 12:51.4 was the fastest time ever for a Basic runner at that distance. Newton, a junior, lead, Andy Twitchell, a senior, who broke his own record of 13:08 with a 13:04. In the Freshman Boy's division: Steven Hall was fourth with a time of 14:51; Robert Taylor was 12th with 15:51. In the sophomore division, Tony Leccese was 6th with a time of 13:43. For the juniors, in addition to Jeff Newton whose 12:51 placed him third, Ramon Aleman was in eleventh spot with 14:18; Roy HufHngton was twelfth with 15:58 and David Meeks was fourteenth with 16:26. The AAA. Division flnale4ake place this Saturday and according to coach Larry Burgess, if the ^ runners continue to improve as they have in recent weeks, Basic stands an excellent chance of taking third place and becoming eligible for a shot at state competition. Burgess said Valley and Eldorado are favored to take first two spots during the Divisional Tournament and third spot is apparently between Western, Bonanza and Basic. Frosh JVs Bow to Rams Basic's frosh squad dropped its game to Rancho 14-8 last Thiirsday and coach Dan Cahill blamed the loss on fumbles by the young players, saying; -"We should have won, but a lot of mistakes and mental errors cost us the game. The Wolves' scoring started with a 2S yard pass to Scott Derrick from Randy Venerable, following the score. Venerable ran the ball into the end zone for two points. The Wolf pups chalked up 201 yards in, total offense which i^icluded 119 yards in the air and 82 yards rushing. The junior varsity squad fared much worse at the hands of the Rancho JVs and coach Gary Valesquez was not happy with the 27-0 score. "Our main weak point is our offensive line. We couldn't muster a drive. Nobody played well, we played a mediocre game," said Valesquez. "We keep working, but we make too many mistakes at key times," the junior varsity coach added. Both the freshman and JV squad take on Las Vegas Thursday. The Frosh kickoff is set for 4:30 and the junior varsity starting time is set at 6:30. NO MOTION WATER POUCH OTTOM LINER FRAME We wanted to offer waterbeds of unquestionable high quality in styles you would expect to find at Sleep Shops. So we asked Cannon to manufacture a sleep flotation system according to our specifications. That's why a wa.TICKING terbed you purchase at sleep Shops will look like any other bed. You We dellver-jiice instfiriih-te'Sf night irke ^raFektiange. You can't go wrong. Cefp^ jn today, see Special prices on "Sleepy Lagoon'Mlpterbede KING SIZE, re. $598. Sale $4SS QUEEN SIZE, reg. S498. Sale ...$388 PULL SIZE, reg. $398. Sale ,>e^-.$338 ^/lecp CcAlCr ofommi In Maryland Square Shopping Center LZ*I JW In Maryland Square Shopping Center n Next to Wonderworld WCCUAO. Across trom the Boulevard Mall V'T**'*""' NO mttraw X South Maryland Parkway at Twain O" inrxMyt Phone 735^841 735-8253 Weekdays 10-9 pm Sat 10-6 pm Sun Noon to 5 pm m cewtER IMARYLANOI WW£$UNNySfOBe IMO. McNtufht Synd. A REPRINT FROM THE VALLEY TIMES "How come you never send me to bed without supper when we're having liver?" W 0CT0BEB,1IM TO PLEDG0B8 AND PAWN0B8: YOU AND EACH OF YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT THE OWNERS OF THE PAWN TICKET NUMBERS 30826 THRU 3O0M INCLUSIVE MUST REDEEM THE PLEDGES WEPRESENTED BY YOUR PAWN TICKET ON 5R BEFORE OCTOBER 21. IMO THRU OCTOBER 30.1980 OR YOUR RIGHT TO REDEEM WILL BE FORFEITED. MM BAtAiM cuAa 1212 North Boultter Highway TNi FAWN SHOT Hd.ron, Nevmia • UcMwad Pownbroliar P hone fW) aa iBf^Ab^td Foe Hafen Failed To Vote Andy Hafen, the young Metrc^ Police investigator who'f challenging Southern Nevada's moat powerhil Republican, Bob Broadbent, (or election this year, feels he has his opponent "very eoocemwl''about a poMibl. upaet But, in coming days, the 26-year-oid Democrat ia likely to have tome explaining to do. A check <^ cOunty voting records shows that Hafen committed what some might think is a T Mjqt in discretion for a candidate. BB^ AGCOBDING TO THESE tum4, Balsa Why. theyll ask, should you elect a guy who t t^ t n i to vato wkea hm toned 18 la IfTl didn't even bother to vote untU he decided he Bat, la W4, k* waa fc i pp it tnm tke vetlag wanted to run for office? nib tor UHm^ to p a rk lpa t a to tkat jMr'a HAFEN SAYS: ''It's redly SMI people kave to •toctkaa. reeort totkescUadsftoctkstotryidtollttk IB 1978 and 1S78, he also bfled to vote. sad dfnian tliHr eppentiat Theae records show that he finally reH says that during the yean he failed to registered March 18, 1980 shortly before vote, he was busy working fulltime. getting fling as a candidate against Broadbent. married and going to school at the University of It's something his political opponento no doubt Las Vegas. Nevada. wiO point oat to the voter* this year. With all this, he says, voting wu "not a top priority." Even though he failed to vote. Hafen says he remained "interested" in public affairs. Despite any public relations problems accruing from this indiscretion, however. Hafen does have Broadbent "concerned" about the election. HE'S RECEIVING HELP Inm Asst. Sheriff Jerc Vaaek, lor whoa he works. VMk has put tUfen tagether with a BUBber e( potcatid caaipai^ eeatribittorB, soaac ot whem already have coKed p nice chuaks of mmx. Hafen say* he's not "Metro's candidate" (or the seat, but aduiowMgas that Vaoek is a "friend" who has been "IkslpfaT in the campaign. ftrby tffMllM*Mt ,. ,,.. ,^,im~..-t,-n~-'t>t~!*ii'-.X-^

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Pafcl OBTTUARIES Tuesday, Octeber tl. l^M HeiiderMB Home Newt, Henderwn. Nevada Roiiold Peckman Services Pending fer Ridiord Torgerson i Services are pending at Palm Chapel for Richard Torgerson, 70, who pasted away October 18 in Henderson. Mr. Torgerion was bom December 6,1909 in Hamden, Minnesota. He was a retired auto body repairman and had lived in the area for 10 years. He was a member of a Moose Lodge in Las Vegas. He is survived by his wife, Evelyn Torgerson of Henderson: sop, Larry Torgerson of Indian Rock Springs, Florida; stepsons, John Haugen of Henderson and Tom Haugen of Rochester, Minn.; a stepdaughter, Claudia Stesinos of Seattle, Washington; a sister, Irene Traver of Fresno, Calif, and one grandson. Lough (ut Judge: "What were you doinK in that place when it was raided?' Locksmith: "I was making a bolt for the door." Clove Wdker Posses Awoy I" 6teiise 'Sondgroper' Services were conducted Monday at 10 a.m. in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day SalnU' First Ward for Clave D.Walker, 84, of Las Vegas, w^o died Thursday in a local hospital. Bishop Kent Rhees of the LDS Church officiated. Mr. Walker was bom August 3,1806 in Eden, Utah. He was a school district custodian. He is survived by his two sons, J. Marian Walker of Henderson and Eldon C. Walker of Utah; his daughter, Verlene Sullivan of Henderson; 15 grandchildren *and 29 great grantchildren. Burial will be in Hurricane, Utah. IS YOUR WATER SOFTENER EFFICIENT PUT YOUR WATER SOFTENER ON A SALT RESTRICTED DIETI 15lbt.downto6lbt. HOW YOU CAN HELP • To prevent any legal mandates or ban on water softners, you can help by usina some of the possible salt efficiency techniques in the following list •Setting your water softener to regenerate at the 5 to 6 pound salt level • Soften only hot water. • Alter your water softeners to provide counterflow regeneration (Modifying the plumbing of the softener to allow a reserve flow during the regeneration cycle). These suggestions will save you money & reduce the amount of salt discharge to Lai(e Mead. Put yor water softener on a salt restricted diet and give your support to the salinity reduction program. FOR ADDITIONAL IN-HOUSE CONSERVATION TIPS ON • Use Of Garbage Disposals • Shower & Faucet Restrictors • Toilet Dams CALL CLAUK COUNTY SANITATION PI STRICT 458-1180 Ext. 219 Navy Aviation Electrician's Mate 3rd Class Ronald F. Peckman, son of ClifTord E. and Barbara M. Nay of 623 Hidden Valley Road, Henderson, recently participated in exercise "Sandgroper 80" off the southwest Australian coast. He is a member of a detachment flrom Light Helicopter Anti Submarine Squadron 35, based at the North Island Naval Air Station, San Diego, and embarked aboard the destroyer USS Oldendorf operating as a unit of the U.S. 7th Fleet. His squadron participated in the one week exercise with Australian and New Zealand naval and aU* forces after visiting Bunbury, Australia. During the exercise, the units practiced anti ship, anti • air, and antisubmarine warfare tactics., Following the exercise, the squadron had the opportunity to visit Adelaide, Australi^ and Hobart^ Tasmania before resuming its cruise in the Western Pacific. A 1976 graduate of Basic High School; Peckman joined the Navy in October 1976. Utter to the Editor: 'We Are Glad' Dear Editor: Let the other papers run complaint columns. The Home News can have a "We Are Glad" column. And here are three items to start it off all things we feel truly grateful for every day. 1. • That Stepman Dodge cured our car of dangerously stalling in the midst of traffic. Signed John Warmer. 2. • That Henderson Auto Body out at 852 E, Lake Mead repaired our car door lock so we can use the door again. Signed John Warner. 3.-ThatDrKesslerof Boulder City cured my two year pain that three other Drs. said t would have to live with. Signed Una Mayhew. Do you think this is a good idea? Yours, Hellen Warneit ooooooooooooooooooooo GlanwurTidkifiJ^ I o o 0 O ^^ migni oe too narsn [or a senstttve scalp. Q 0 O 0000000.0 0000000000000 Pick hair products that are gentle — the milder the better. Products that contain too o ft^^ much detergent leave film on the hair and Q l^r might be too harsh for a sensitive scalp WJi^ii This City's Home-grown Young Man iSifiny Tliompson Filed For The As sembly— HiiSS What The Henderson Home IVews Wrote: tf^et's Elect Danny Thompson! Uriny Thompson lashes Sena's auto insurance Lashing out at Assemblyman Nash Sena for voting for bills that were against the best interests of working people, Danny Thompson, a home grown Hendersonian, this week announced that he will file for the seat in the assembly that Sena holds. "Nash Sena authored and voted for the •mandatory insurance law that requires everyone to have insurance or face up to a $500 fine for thoae who are caught without it," Thompson said yesterday in his announcement that he will run for office. "Now don't get me wrong, everyone needs insurance but when the insurance companies are given a sellers market without restrictions this is not fair." "It's not fair to senior citizens on flxed incomes whose incomes have been steadily eroded by inflation." "It's not fair to young people who in some cases pay outrageous premiums because of their age." "Nevada has the sixth highest insurance rates in the country and also has a law now that forces its citizens to be criminals," Thomspon added. "You simply can't have your community elect you to a position and then go to Carson City and forget about the people who put you there and why. I think people are tired of getting nothing for something.*' "Therefore, I have (lied for the assembly in District 21, and if the people would take a better look at what has happened to them over the past several ytun, and will give me some support I may be able to do something about those problems," Thompson concluded. Thompson was bom July 31, 1951, at St. Rose de Uma HospiUl in Henderson. He at^ tended elementary school through high school in Henderson where in 1969 he graduated ftom Basic High School. Danny Thompson Hevhas three brothers and three sisters, who except for two, currently reside in Henderson. His oldest brother, James, is the President of the United Steelworkers of America Local No. 4856. His father is the Pastor of the Bibleway Fellowship Church on Decatur Boulevard in Las Vegas. In Wl he married Debora Currier. She was also bom and raised in Henderson. She is employed as a teachers aide at C:T. Sewell Eelementary School. They have two sons, David who is eight, and Danny who is six and reside at 226 Navajo Drive. In January of 1969 he went to work for Stauffer Chemical Company. In January of 1972 he was accepted by the Joint Apprenticeship Committee as an Apprentice Insulator, and after his four-year apprenticeship, he was matte a Journeyman and is at present still working in his trade. (PifyD RW By FieiOS OF (MNNY THOMPSON) For the past seven years he has been an officer of the United Steelworkers of America Local No. 5282. He worked as the Maintenance Grievance Committeeman, the Maintenance Safety Committeeman, Chairman of the Joint Safety Committee and then in January 1979, he was elected President of the local union. Thompson's additional complaint against Sena is explained in his following statement: "As President of the local union I became aware of how state laws that aren't considered carefUUy by their creators can hurt the people they are intended to help. For example A.B. No. 241 (which is now state law) reads like this:" 'A person is ineligible for benefits for the week in which he has filed a claim for benefits, if he was discharged f^m his last or next to last employment for misconduct connected with his work, and remains ineligible until he earns renumeration in covered employment equal to or exceeding his weekly benefit amount in each of not more than 15 weeks. Thereafter as determined by the Executive Director in each case according to the seriousness of misconduct' "Now that doesn't sound so bad but what this law says is that if you are terminated for misconduct you are ineligible for unemployment benefits until you get another job (which now days might not be so easy). Now you would probably say if someone is terminated for misconduct he doesn't deserve any benefits, but as President of the local union, I have seen people fired because of a company.^ rule that doesn't allow you to see a do^tercfr dentist without being penalized," Thompson said. "I can't understsnd why Nash Sena voted for this bill when everyone ii> District 21 are working people. A law like this is definitely a step backwards for anyone Who works for an hourly rate," the candidate sUted. HeBdersoB Home Newt, HeBderaoa, Nevada Pviet Taesday, deieber 21,1N9 BOO m^Bm^Momm^ by Lois Cherry Sports Editor Basic's Wolves came heartbreakingly close to their first victory of the year Saturday as a Homecoming crowd screamed its encouragement at every move they made -but it wasn't to be. The final score was 20-17 but Rancho's Rams knew when the game was over that they had been in a football game. As has been the case in most Wolves' games this year, mistakes early in the game cost Basic dearly. Two interceptions, one in the first quarter when Ram Frank Burke intercepted a Basic toss aiid ran it back SO yards for a touchdown. The second Rancho score came in the second quarter, again a pass interception by Tim Worcester took the ball back 27 yards. Both kicks were good by Rancho's Ron Escobar. AU through Saturday's game, Basic's defense held the Rams offensive squad, intercepting two passes and holding the Rams to 104 yards on the ground. Late in the third quarter, a much toughened Basic offensive squad got down to business. With just minutes to go in the half. Bob Scucci ran a Rancho punt back to the SO yard tine, on the next play Tom Cooper gained five yards on the ground. David Mogensen carried on the next two plays, getting Basic a first down. Three plays later, it was still third down and 12 to go for the Wolves when Rancho lost ground on a face mask violation giving the Wolves a first down. With S2 seconds to play in the half, Scucci plowed through the Rams defense from one yard out for the score. Gilbert Dias made the extra point. Early in the second half Mogensen was hurt and spent most of the rest of the game on the sidelines. Basic inched up another two points with a touchback when a punt attempt missed the Rancho kicker in the third quarter. Early in the fourth quarter, a Basic fumble deep in Rancho territory gave the Rams another scoring chance and though they missed the kick, it was Rams 20to Basic's 9. The Wolves took to the air again after the kickoff, with Billy Bly completing a long pass to Kelly Roundy. The Wolves were moving well when a penalty for clipping cost ground and they were forced to give up the ball again. Then a series of incomplete Rancho passes and unsuccessful field goals gave the Wolves the ball again and with SI seconds to play in the game, Bly got to Randy Garrison putting the Wolves in scoring position and a pass complete to Bryce Can* in the end zone from Don Ellis did the job. .^ Kelly Roundy was in the right spot when Ellis again tossed the ball for two extra points but the Wolves then ran out of time. Basic takes on Las Vegas at Las Vegas this Friday at 4:30 p.m. What Makes c**^ Sleep Center Waterbeds Different? Cross Country Teams Set For Division Race Several Basic cross country records fell during Saturday's Western Warrior Invitational which was held at Western. The Invitational was separated by class rather than team and in the girl's division, one school record was broken for the 2.5 mile course, only to have it broken again a short time later. It was Merci Hernandez, running fifth in the sophomore division, with a time of 16:29, that broke the 17:23 record but she held the record only until her lister, Irma Hernandez, a junior, flnished ninth in her division with a time of 16:23. Other times in the sophomore division were: Tami Powell, ninth, with a time of 17:11; Deedee Hamumura, 20th with a time of 20:24 and Linda Laramore ran the distance in a time of 20:38. Tami Kalber also completed in the Junior division, she ran 26th with a time of 21:33. In the boy's cross country competition, Jeff Newton's time of 12:51.4 was the fastest time ever for a Basic runner at that distance. Newton, a junior, lead, Andy Twitchell, a senior, who broke his own record of 13:08 with a 13:04. In the Freshman Boy's division: Steven Hall was fourth with a time of 14:51; Robert Taylor was 12th with 15:51. In the sophomore division, Tony Leccese was 6th with a time of 13:43. For the juniors, in addition to Jeff Newton whose 12:51 placed him third, Ramon Aleman was in eleventh spot with 14:18; Roy HufHngton was twelfth with 15:58 and David Meeks was fourteenth with 16:26. The AAA. Division flnale4ake place this Saturday and according to coach Larry Burgess, if the ^ runners continue to improve as they have in recent weeks, Basic stands an excellent chance of taking third place and becoming eligible for a shot at state competition. Burgess said Valley and Eldorado are favored to take first two spots during the Divisional Tournament and third spot is apparently between Western, Bonanza and Basic. Frosh JVs Bow to Rams Basic's frosh squad dropped its game to Rancho 14-8 last Thiirsday and coach Dan Cahill blamed the loss on fumbles by the young players, saying; -"We should have won, but a lot of mistakes and mental errors cost us the game. The Wolves' scoring started with a 2S yard pass to Scott Derrick from Randy Venerable, following the score. Venerable ran the ball into the end zone for two points. The Wolf pups chalked up 201 yards in, total offense which i^icluded 119 yards in the air and 82 yards rushing. The junior varsity squad fared much worse at the hands of the Rancho JVs and coach Gary Valesquez was not happy with the 27-0 score. "Our main weak point is our offensive line. We couldn't muster a drive. Nobody played well, we played a mediocre game," said Valesquez. "We keep working, but we make too many mistakes at key times," the junior varsity coach added. Both the freshman and JV squad take on Las Vegas Thursday. The Frosh kickoff is set for 4:30 and the junior varsity starting time is set at 6:30. NO MOTION WATER POUCH OTTOM LINER FRAME We wanted to offer waterbeds of unquestionable high quality in styles you would expect to find at Sleep Shops. So we asked Cannon to manufacture a sleep flotation system according to our specifications. That's why a wa.TICKING terbed you purchase at sleep Shops will look like any other bed. You We dellver-jiice instfiriih-te'Sf night irke ^raFektiange. You can't go wrong. Cefp^ jn today, see Special prices on "Sleepy Lagoon'Mlpterbede KING SIZE, re. $598. Sale $4SS QUEEN SIZE, reg. S498. Sale ...$388 PULL SIZE, reg. $398. Sale ,>e^-.$338 ^/lecp CcAlCr ofommi In Maryland Square Shopping Center LZ*I JW In Maryland Square Shopping Center n Next to Wonderworld WCCUAO. Across trom the Boulevard Mall V'T**'*""' NO mttraw X South Maryland Parkway at Twain O" inrxMyt Phone 735^841 735-8253 Weekdays 10-9 pm Sat 10-6 pm Sun Noon to 5 pm m cewtER IMARYLANOI WW£$UNNySfOBe IMO. McNtufht Synd. A REPRINT FROM THE VALLEY TIMES "How come you never send me to bed without supper when we're having liver?" W 0CT0BEB,1IM TO PLEDG0B8 AND PAWN0B8: YOU AND EACH OF YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT THE OWNERS OF THE PAWN TICKET NUMBERS 30826 THRU 3O0M INCLUSIVE MUST REDEEM THE PLEDGES WEPRESENTED BY YOUR PAWN TICKET ON 5R BEFORE OCTOBER 21. IMO THRU OCTOBER 30.1980 OR YOUR RIGHT TO REDEEM WILL BE FORFEITED. MM BAtAiM cuAa 1212 North Boultter Highway TNi FAWN SHOT Hd.ron, Nevmia • UcMwad Pownbroliar P hone fW) aa iBf^Ab^td Foe Hafen Failed To Vote Andy Hafen, the young Metrc^ Police investigator who'f challenging Southern Nevada's moat powerhil Republican, Bob Broadbent, (or election this year, feels he has his opponent "very eoocemwl''about a poMibl. upaet But, in coming days, the 26-year-oid Democrat ia likely to have tome explaining to do. A check <^ cOunty voting records shows that Hafen committed what some might think is a T Mjqt in discretion for a candidate. BB^ AGCOBDING TO THESE tum4, Balsa Why. theyll ask, should you elect a guy who t t^ t n i to vato wkea hm toned 18 la IfTl didn't even bother to vote untU he decided he Bat, la W4, k* waa fc i pp it tnm tke vetlag wanted to run for office? nib tor UHm^ to p a rk lpa t a to tkat jMr'a HAFEN SAYS: ''It's redly SMI people kave to •toctkaa. reeort totkescUadsftoctkstotryidtollttk IB 1978 and 1S78, he also bfled to vote. sad dfnian tliHr eppentiat Theae records show that he finally reH says that during the yean he failed to registered March 18, 1980 shortly before vote, he was busy working fulltime. getting fling as a candidate against Broadbent. married and going to school at the University of It's something his political opponento no doubt Las Vegas. Nevada. wiO point oat to the voter* this year. With all this, he says, voting wu "not a top priority." Even though he failed to vote. Hafen says he remained "interested" in public affairs. Despite any public relations problems accruing from this indiscretion, however. Hafen does have Broadbent "concerned" about the election. HE'S RECEIVING HELP Inm Asst. Sheriff Jerc Vaaek, lor whoa he works. VMk has put tUfen tagether with a BUBber e( potcatid caaipai^ eeatribittorB, soaac ot whem already have coKed p nice chuaks of mmx. Hafen say* he's not "Metro's candidate" (or the seat, but aduiowMgas that Vaoek is a "friend" who has been "IkslpfaT in the campaign. ftrby tffMllM*Mt ,. ,,.. ,^,im~..-t,-n~-'t>t~!*ii'-.X-^

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r V V--2^ TueUay, October tl, IMO flMlrMillMMNtt, 1.1M0 Page It Ht^tMi H*iM Ntl Sandpipers Shine In Early Bird Swim Meet 1 iiMM Fttwl, RendenoB, Nvida • Page 11 tt^mttm NLV Fainhow Two young Henderson swimmers placed high in the final standings during the Las Vegas Aquatic Club's first Annual Early Bird Swim meet held at UNLV recently. In the boy's 9-10 age category, Todd Dreitzler took third place in the 50 meter free with a time of 29:45. He was fourth in the 200 meter free stroke event with a time of 2:19.48 and was second in the 50 meter backstroke with a time of 34.83. In the 100 meter individual medley, Dreitzler took third spot with a time of 1:14.45 and he was fifth in the 50 meter fly with 32:01. He was also fifth in the 100 meter free stroke with a time of Haunted Hdlise at Civic Center Itill The Henderson Parks and Recreation Department, the Henderson Boys' Club, and McDonalds will b having a haunted house Tuesday, October 26 from 5:30 8:30 p.m. for grades first thru sixth. If you are daring enough to go on the tour of the most ftightAil rooms you have ever been In, you might lAakc it to the games that are at the end. The '•eyeball toss", "Shoot the ghouls", "pin the head 6n the skeleton", and "explore the innards" are I6me of the games. The cost is 75 cents for pre sale tickets ($1 00 at the door.) Tickets are available at the Civic Center or Boys' Club. One ticket Includes the tour, 10 carnival games and one trip to the punch table, and for only fl.OO you can have your picture taken with a MONSTER! All this will Uke place at the Civic Center Gymnasium, 201 Lead Street. The schedule is as follows; 1st & 2nd grades 5.30 6 30; 3rd & 4th grades 6:30 7:30; 5th & 6th grades 7:30 8:30. Our ghouls will be waiting for you !! The Parks and Recreation Board MMtinf normally schadulad for Tuesday, October 21 will not b held. If anyont has an item they wish to discuss with the Parks and Rocreatlon Board, contact the Henderson Parks Broadbent Fights For iiimtf District "A insigM Ti.rly. September 4. W illlBK-. i. I 18 LASVECASSUN EOffOH AND P0BL.SHEB..H>^6Q.^„,^,„ eiaik county Means More Than Las Vegas HrtioHtoBobBroadbent. h, „ forOTOrt In ttog in hoU commission mtamw ^tt^sofo.cont,. .„„opcopl.l.coM ^' *SJJ!S?td I CoU.do riv(roB. down tlienitlpof *• „„jHionmeelin to those iKM elected. '^' : div the fuU democratic process. Todole8slstodcnytnei Don t Let Your communii;' Go unrepresented on the County commission... R&elect COUNTY COMMISSIONER 1:06.93. For the gift's dIvUldn. it wa Clhdy Martin who took first plaee in the SO meter breast stroke with 3S:2iS. She was seoofitf in the 100 meter individual medley with a time of 1:14.81 and she was fourth in the 100 meter fttt stroke with a time of 1:07.3S. Parks md RecrtotiM Boord MatiR| CaacaUMl and Reertation Departmant prior to Wednesday. Octobar 29,10 a.m. and it will be placed on the Tuesday, Novtmbar 4 meeting Agenda... ^8921 ext. 16. KM'iNonitr A Halloween arts crafts class will be held fh>m 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. on Wednesday, October 29 for children, ages 4-11. The elasi is only 50 cents, please call the Clvle Center to reserve a spot. Willlon Wirth HoM froai PaciRc Navy Aviation Ord* nanceman Airman Apprentice William t. Wirth, son of Mle M. Wirth of90E. Texas St., Henderson, has returned from a deployment in the Western Pacific and Indian Ocean. He is a crtiwmenbar aboard the aircraft carrier USS ConitellatiOn, homeportad in San Diego. During the seven month cruise, the Constellation set a new Pacific Fleet record of 110 continuous days at sea while operating in the Indian Ocean. The embarked air wing flew more than 28,000 sorties and logged more than 10,500 arrested landings. In addition to conducting sustained air operations in the Indian bcean during the monsoon season, the ship participated in several naval exercises with units from Oreat Britain, Singapore, iapan, Australia and New Zealand. Port calls were made in Singapore, the Philippines and Pusan, South Kofea. The long trip home was made extra special whan 880 fathers, sons and friends of the craw embarked In Pearl Harbor, Hawaii for the Anal leg of the homeward Journey. The Conatallation is 1,072 feet long, carries a crew of 2,800 and can accommodate 2,150 personnel and 85 jet aircraft assigned to an attack aircraft witig. Wirth Joined the Navy in July 1877. She took fifth plaee in three the 100 meter Individual medley with t tilM ef.-^ 1:16.97. She was seventh to the 50^^,Nt stroke with a time of 32: lO and Ki^on^ f^,' fifty meter fly with a time of 36:92. /-r^ o^ Cahill was also sixth in* the .ffAtStlf^^.', freestyle with a time of 1:10.10. ^^-•-.? }'' Wendy Martin, for the Sindplpefs. I^HHII Afth place in the 100 meter indlvldttil mdlei^.''rtef time was 1:24.21. She was sevenifi to tli^ &I) meter free style with 32:10 and il *5jW:*l^*t division of the 50 meter 0y at 3littJ1pi ill#. took fourth in the 90 m%f bidUiidlf.' 39:29. • y (mam .-ST, • ^ ,.• IW' Class Rsfis llegistration for the second Session of classes at the Civic Center will start Saturday, October 25 (Tom 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Registration will, continue Monday, Oetoher if IhNiilll. theCivjiOedppe| a.m.titt.m.Attililsi areenelliW'eMilAMi serve bases, s||l|||lMe early. '" • ::' Steve Collier M in Dramo Club Basic High School Junior Steve Collier has had a very busy sehtfol year thus far, balaneing his schedule as he is involved in many itttef < • scholastic activities. One of bis maior concerns has beett to better organise the school's drama elub of which he was recently oleetid vice • president, ahd (0 do an eacellant idb 0f enterUining eVeryotiS with his interpretation of Teddy Spearing in the fall production of "The Torchbearars." Most memorable of Mil performances lo far has hecit|ir# 94^(^111' in "A t^iUNi (K( Keaaa." fhe -'•et.-stf.-^^ii^'*, ador.asM^.iliHMllr the salt. IM'^ (Hr. tatiees Wi^Bteii with netfrf(iHbMii#l heir thtfJfliA*l!< tana College in Bll* lings. Alan Boasard, dlre^ tor of debate and torea* sics at Ricka,seid Ricks competad last week St the Idaho Itavlational in Nampa and won eight trophies. This waa the first meet of the year for the Ricks team, the Ihvitational,atNorthwit Nasarena College, was made up of indiVldiiil competition. Winning top places for Ricks were: Janat Stillwall ef Hamilton, Mont., first in oratory and first in improMpHk CHfr 9tvis^/ tm'' thefty Adeeiif hrt ihM MitchellJSl^see'* III.. nriV:3d::4lf HIT terprsieUia-ijillIMM in sole IM4tVM4(14Bi UitU WMdtMii^Meke rails, first milieifii' tarpreielMhtil IMMI in after HHMT iMkh ini! SeMiM (MlKli. |M Kela |(.r llei4rM*' thirdiii 4(fttry< anil teiiiM Nielsv of OertMiefb tl9^t:4 dlnneiKt^w .^-v in the ^ catifonr lefASahd ititeiieat^ Young American H Pratsflls City View 2,3 & 4 Bedroomi $48;950 to $6B^ Modeb Opsn Daly .884-2217 or Roberts Realty 565-8947 UMV NTEREST STATE MOriY AVAIittI m m o^." "^ r I NOTKE NfXt WMMINI on September 28th we welcomed seven or our '^* pledges at a Ruth Coffee held at Tarry Lee'i home. Hot Air Balloon ^^ introduced ourselves to Debbie Anderson, JoAnn Beijnett, Theresa Baguley, Krlsty Cotrell, Bee ky Tantuso, and Veronic a Porter In our Golden Circle of Friendship were Terry's skills were put to use again bV'crocheting nametags with our names InsMe the circle. Alpho Beta Welcomes New Pledges Tnestfay, October tl, ItM -^srrr *%mtU 'BE:.' Collcfi Fair Hf9r Juniors, Seniors ml Cifiil*il|Hir< T The Clifrk County School Counselors Association extends an invitation to all high school Juniors and seniors and their parents to participate In the Second Annual College Fair to be held at the Las Vegas Convention Center fTom 4:30 to vMrngAMamAmii. KM M lais OMM a • iMfaMMtfSalM • • atMlltaa. pnv iitMwISalAIMi* |lMe liMatKi, IfearMfl at IMS UartM lhMM hM • k llMilk MM ONH Mr races; a Ralngutter Regatta; parade; Seniors Bingo and Handcraft Ixhibit, demonstration and sale; demonstrations) sports; contesU; carnival; food atid drinks;; pafeants for jayeryona, Prince and Princess. Cinderella l3irl, HISS North Las Vegas aiid MR. MACHO ... all this and much more at the Fourth Annual North Las Vegas PSirshow sponsored by ,the Nerth Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce October 24,25, and 26 at the beautlf^il campus of Clark County Communi||>i College at 3200 E. Cheyenne. The amber promises methiini for everyone at the "MIDWAY TO TOE CLOUDS"!!! Xi Alpha Xi News Fifth Report October 6, 1980 8 P.M. JkcquHa Davis Z)ear Chief: ^^ We honored our "People Helping People'' honoree, Elsie Eccleston. Elsie coordinates the educationiS! training programs at the An^erican Cancer S<)ciety. A plaque was presented to her acknowledging her unselfish devotion to helping other people. Then, ohce again, as the meeting hegan so ,did Bobbie's gavel. Ramona gave her report on the car wash we had as a Ways and Means Project. The list of sore muscles, bruises, and suifbuiiis was endless. However, Ramona said tt was a great success! But, Ramona, just wait 4nd see how long it takes you to get us all out there againlllll Jacquita tested each of us on our self image. ,yfj^ answered individual questionnaires and >4iUUed ouc points. The result was that most of us need a lot of help. Thanks a lot, Jacquita. Mrs. 'KSOs istkeeping a low profile, but I feel she will Strike again sbon. By the way, Chief. Bogies is still in the conversations, It seems another local chapter is infiltrating the establishment. I must get to this place. Agent 99 LIOAl NOTICE LiGAl NOTICE ILL"" tlOTICB or APrUCATION POl HtUnSSION TO amnnufi m Fvauc WAitM er nn 8TATI or MBVAfta oct.s,isai Aapllntm Na 411 9:30 p.m., Nov. 4 and 9. This is an extraordlnsry opportunity for students and parents to meet with representatives from a wide variety of colleges, universities and vocational schools {torn across the nation. licgniTT or ^ •MtM hmttt mimw Ifc* Mws sK SNtiM IS. Tssa. essK. •Slia tai m mnm 9l MM u iMMi N. ss* sr e.. aSMMM r ISMJS llMt. Witw wtti ba Mas fcr •>MS1IH1 HrrMM tnm JiaBtfylMtoDMMriMrSlttW DM* il flnt hMkaUM Oct. !!•' tmtiim rtMtMtm N*. NOTicB or arrucATioN roa raaiiisaiON to ApnorWAiB TB rveuc WATias er m tTATi or < NtTAM OCT.S,lMa Awltettt— Nw 41Me NMiM It Unlkr giwB thai M IS* Mife Sigr r Jaljr, IMS, TtrruM Vf Uh, 0bra( JM Ikh uS Uny lati,(. LM VtgM Btat* f ftavait MS* •PfUcMlM to UM aUto § • • giaMr tttlnwU tu panalulM) to ^>rmto aiTSI if • HCMi to if lat seMk •• •# ia Stoto • Ntnii Dirttoa U to St mmt OwB aa aatar ', graaai aa a iaa ai a aaiat la> catoS wllbia tta vmk MlH saciiaft ss, t.iia.. tSsi., ILDJ. Hn ar at a aalaiftw whM Oia CiMar \k aaraar aT It?* sr IT W.. • Slaiaaaa imM HH. Wator win ka ataa tor J. Mawaaa, P.B. riBtmt 14M. M,si,ss,Na*.4, a, isas eto JaMMiy lal to rSlalafiMhjraar. • Ma af em rkUaattoa Oat KIMS Oato a( iMl PMkaUaa Na*. ii,issa i,P.K. [SB NOnCB Jl^lahailANS IN m neiTB jvmciAi. DiaraiCT covmt or res sran er mvABiA. IN AND ^roi tie cevNTT or uaa nuATiAVLT, WUllaaJ.M itmgtmm • -Oct. 14, Sl,Sa, Nav. 4, U, II NOtlCI NOTICB U • BBBftV OIVBN tkat Iba Mlawl^ Srapatljp vUl k*MMalUaVi ~ a* ika I 'Sar -•;'* naitlSlNrat T9B ft/ieee r NBVADA .' Taa an karaty MBUMMS a I rafalM4 ta aarra apaa VAU WIINBTBIN, Cne., alaiatlira attarsar, H^SSSSUt S., Lat ragat, • awwtoHH tahaiOTtta fai,hlBSSiva laMMaSHMtoM lanrlaa. V faa aai to Sa aa, -~MA ^^M^g^ ^^^^^ P*^PO tvOTMt ; lSNaiSAHtoiaii^i aaS aiaafcaalfa UaM. ASvSr Utar raaanaa Ika right to MS. srir Tiajaa NV sisa KA leii Na. BNTSlSSStA BagtouM aiS lagal avaari Balara* S4'W ISSa CWtatrM NV S*S AB laU Natokar CCXSTt lairsr isaiiri^ unrnthn Bc Bau Na. asisisa, ISSkf Sarlal tU. iSSSISM, WhMa Na. NUSar aarial Na. IS-llSSt, =:2lSS!!te JMgMM kv Satealt MI ba STfT MSI Oato NV W g BB fSSTSZZ^ mammiimrmtifHiktnmn BaM Na. VIASMSarw BagtoL**"* ^^^ SHMMNla tta OaMlalaL tarai aai lapl avaar Banav ESeHl irir VMtoi BNBBBNa.1 ^OaVlTSBAU irir WaalM Biat BalMart ta H WS A N.CIarfc^ _WV MSI BA BeU i Bt UNBA SBVBBB, Oaay VtM at Aia Algar Ugal M ^ .••ar UM% I at rtal B iAlt.eSi8htti,iM atoct. #.MJI.SS,Nn<.ill.MSS MSI.1.HU.1ISS To start the afternoon we told a little about ourselves then tossed a ball of string to another person who In turn revealed something about themselves and so on til we had a web affect across the whole room. Of course we flnished up the Coffee with a selection of four marvelous Quiches and invited the Pledges to our Model Meeting to be held on October 2 at Mary Desnoyers home. The Model Meeting Was a great success with Linda Bemus, Theresa Baguley, Margaret Childs. Kristy Cotrell. Mary Desnoyers. Dawn Foreman. Robbie Cuiterrez, Karen Hepins, Andrea Joslin, Donna Lattin, Terry Lee, Lynn Martlndale, Karen Moore, Shelly Schoenmakers, Pam Taylor, Joan Robinson, and Becky Pantuso In attendance. After a regular business meeting the Membership Committee gave a slide presentation on Beta Sigma Phi, provided by the International Office, giving a brief explalnatlon of the advantages of being a Beta Sigma Phi. Not only do they offer the Torch magazine, an assorted array of gifts and charms, a scholarship f\ind, and life Insurance but we have the unique opportunity of developing precious life long ft-iendshipi with girls you may have never even known. One such (Hend is our President, Shelly Schoenmakers. In fact we had a double (Unction for our Model Meeting. First to show our Pledges what are meetings are all about. and what (Unctions we are engaged in and Sc^ ondly to honor Shelly'i birthday. We'll be nice and won't say which one. Shelly is a collector of all the Disney characters and may have wondered why the nametags were of Donald, Mickey, and Minnie. Another clue was a ^ song and storybook presentation by Mary Pe* snoyers and family with some fantastic artwork by Linda Bemus. Disney Characters told of each office and committee that can be held and announced the Golden Anniversary of Beta Sigma Phi and the 28th birthday of our illustrious Presi-. dent OPPSl Sorry Shelly it just slipped out! Shelly was then presented with a gift and cake and we all gave a noble attempt at a melodious Happy Birthday. After this what more could we do but adjourn the meeting and enjoy, what else, cake and ice cream. There was a taSlc set up to show our Pledges some of the gifts and awards Alpha Beta has acquired through the years. Awards such as, girl^f the year, most sociable, the charms for our charm bracelets and an award we are very proud of; the silver attendance tray for 1979-80. We have great expectations for liMO^Sl and would like to extend our apperciatlon for all the support of our friends and families that have made our past years so enjoyable. Shop tW— Hour* DAlW 10^ "STOLEN MERCHANDISE SALE" • Wi m\ Stm It Jit At Thesi Low Prices, You Cortaiil)! 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r V V--2^ TueUay, October tl, IMO flMlrMillMMNtt, 1.1M0 Page It Ht^tMi H*iM Ntl Sandpipers Shine In Early Bird Swim Meet 1 iiMM Fttwl, RendenoB, Nvida • Page 11 tt^mttm NLV Fainhow Two young Henderson swimmers placed high in the final standings during the Las Vegas Aquatic Club's first Annual Early Bird Swim meet held at UNLV recently. In the boy's 9-10 age category, Todd Dreitzler took third place in the 50 meter free with a time of 29:45. He was fourth in the 200 meter free stroke event with a time of 2:19.48 and was second in the 50 meter backstroke with a time of 34.83. In the 100 meter individual medley, Dreitzler took third spot with a time of 1:14.45 and he was fifth in the 50 meter fly with 32:01. He was also fifth in the 100 meter free stroke with a time of Haunted Hdlise at Civic Center Itill The Henderson Parks and Recreation Department, the Henderson Boys' Club, and McDonalds will b having a haunted house Tuesday, October 26 from 5:30 8:30 p.m. for grades first thru sixth. If you are daring enough to go on the tour of the most ftightAil rooms you have ever been In, you might lAakc it to the games that are at the end. The '•eyeball toss", "Shoot the ghouls", "pin the head 6n the skeleton", and "explore the innards" are I6me of the games. The cost is 75 cents for pre sale tickets ($1 00 at the door.) Tickets are available at the Civic Center or Boys' Club. One ticket Includes the tour, 10 carnival games and one trip to the punch table, and for only fl.OO you can have your picture taken with a MONSTER! All this will Uke place at the Civic Center Gymnasium, 201 Lead Street. The schedule is as follows; 1st & 2nd grades 5.30 6 30; 3rd & 4th grades 6:30 7:30; 5th & 6th grades 7:30 8:30. Our ghouls will be waiting for you !! The Parks and Recreation Board MMtinf normally schadulad for Tuesday, October 21 will not b held. If anyont has an item they wish to discuss with the Parks and Rocreatlon Board, contact the Henderson Parks Broadbent Fights For iiimtf District "A insigM Ti.rly. September 4. W illlBK-. i. I 18 LASVECASSUN EOffOH AND P0BL.SHEB..H>^6Q.^„,^,„ eiaik county Means More Than Las Vegas HrtioHtoBobBroadbent. h, „ forOTOrt In ttog in hoU commission mtamw ^tt^sofo.cont,. .„„opcopl.l.coM ^' *SJJ!S?td I CoU.do riv(roB. down tlienitlpof *• „„jHionmeelin to those iKM elected. '^' : div the fuU democratic process. Todole8slstodcnytnei Don t Let Your communii;' Go unrepresented on the County commission... R&elect COUNTY COMMISSIONER 1:06.93. For the gift's dIvUldn. it wa Clhdy Martin who took first plaee in the SO meter breast stroke with 3S:2iS. She was seoofitf in the 100 meter individual medley with a time of 1:14.81 and she was fourth in the 100 meter fttt stroke with a time of 1:07.3S. Parks md RecrtotiM Boord MatiR| CaacaUMl and Reertation Departmant prior to Wednesday. Octobar 29,10 a.m. and it will be placed on the Tuesday, Novtmbar 4 meeting Agenda... ^8921 ext. 16. KM'iNonitr A Halloween arts crafts class will be held fh>m 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. on Wednesday, October 29 for children, ages 4-11. The elasi is only 50 cents, please call the Clvle Center to reserve a spot. Willlon Wirth HoM froai PaciRc Navy Aviation Ord* nanceman Airman Apprentice William t. Wirth, son of Mle M. Wirth of90E. Texas St., Henderson, has returned from a deployment in the Western Pacific and Indian Ocean. He is a crtiwmenbar aboard the aircraft carrier USS ConitellatiOn, homeportad in San Diego. During the seven month cruise, the Constellation set a new Pacific Fleet record of 110 continuous days at sea while operating in the Indian Ocean. The embarked air wing flew more than 28,000 sorties and logged more than 10,500 arrested landings. In addition to conducting sustained air operations in the Indian bcean during the monsoon season, the ship participated in several naval exercises with units from Oreat Britain, Singapore, iapan, Australia and New Zealand. Port calls were made in Singapore, the Philippines and Pusan, South Kofea. The long trip home was made extra special whan 880 fathers, sons and friends of the craw embarked In Pearl Harbor, Hawaii for the Anal leg of the homeward Journey. The Conatallation is 1,072 feet long, carries a crew of 2,800 and can accommodate 2,150 personnel and 85 jet aircraft assigned to an attack aircraft witig. Wirth Joined the Navy in July 1877. She took fifth plaee in three the 100 meter Individual medley with t tilM ef.-^ 1:16.97. She was seventh to the 50^^,Nt stroke with a time of 32: lO and Ki^on^ f^,' fifty meter fly with a time of 36:92. /-r^ o^ Cahill was also sixth in* the .ffAtStlf^^.', freestyle with a time of 1:10.10. ^^-•-.? }'' Wendy Martin, for the Sindplpefs. I^HHII Afth place in the 100 meter indlvldttil mdlei^.''rtef time was 1:24.21. She was sevenifi to tli^ &I) meter free style with 32:10 and il *5jW:*l^*t division of the 50 meter 0y at 3littJ1pi ill#. took fourth in the 90 m%f bidUiidlf.' 39:29. • y (mam .-ST, • ^ ,.• IW' Class Rsfis llegistration for the second Session of classes at the Civic Center will start Saturday, October 25 (Tom 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Registration will, continue Monday, Oetoher if IhNiilll. theCivjiOedppe| a.m.titt.m.Attililsi areenelliW'eMilAMi serve bases, s||l|||lMe early. '" • ::' Steve Collier M in Dramo Club Basic High School Junior Steve Collier has had a very busy sehtfol year thus far, balaneing his schedule as he is involved in many itttef < • scholastic activities. One of bis maior concerns has beett to better organise the school's drama elub of which he was recently oleetid vice • president, ahd (0 do an eacellant idb 0f enterUining eVeryotiS with his interpretation of Teddy Spearing in the fall production of "The Torchbearars." Most memorable of Mil performances lo far has hecit|ir# 94^(^111' in "A t^iUNi (K( Keaaa." fhe -'•et.-stf.-^^ii^'*, ador.asM^.iliHMllr the salt. IM'^ (Hr. tatiees Wi^Bteii with netfrf(iHbMii#l heir thtfJfliA*l!< tana College in Bll* lings. Alan Boasard, dlre^ tor of debate and torea* sics at Ricka,seid Ricks competad last week St the Idaho Itavlational in Nampa and won eight trophies. This waa the first meet of the year for the Ricks team, the Ihvitational,atNorthwit Nasarena College, was made up of indiVldiiil competition. Winning top places for Ricks were: Janat Stillwall ef Hamilton, Mont., first in oratory and first in improMpHk CHfr 9tvis^/ tm'' thefty Adeeiif hrt ihM MitchellJSl^see'* III.. nriV:3d::4lf HIT terprsieUia-ijillIMM in sole IM4tVM4(14Bi UitU WMdtMii^Meke rails, first milieifii' tarpreielMhtil IMMI in after HHMT iMkh ini! SeMiM (MlKli. |M Kela |(.r llei4rM*' thirdiii 4(fttry< anil teiiiM Nielsv of OertMiefb tl9^t:4 dlnneiKt^w .^-v in the ^ catifonr lefASahd ititeiieat^ Young American H Pratsflls City View 2,3 & 4 Bedroomi $48;950 to $6B^ Modeb Opsn Daly .884-2217 or Roberts Realty 565-8947 UMV NTEREST STATE MOriY AVAIittI m m o^." "^ r I NOTKE NfXt WMMINI on September 28th we welcomed seven or our '^* pledges at a Ruth Coffee held at Tarry Lee'i home. Hot Air Balloon ^^ introduced ourselves to Debbie Anderson, JoAnn Beijnett, Theresa Baguley, Krlsty Cotrell, Bee ky Tantuso, and Veronic a Porter In our Golden Circle of Friendship were Terry's skills were put to use again bV'crocheting nametags with our names InsMe the circle. Alpho Beta Welcomes New Pledges Tnestfay, October tl, ItM -^srrr *%mtU 'BE:.' Collcfi Fair Hf9r Juniors, Seniors ml Cifiil*il|Hir< T The Clifrk County School Counselors Association extends an invitation to all high school Juniors and seniors and their parents to participate In the Second Annual College Fair to be held at the Las Vegas Convention Center fTom 4:30 to vMrngAMamAmii. KM M lais OMM a • iMfaMMtfSalM • • atMlltaa. pnv iitMwISalAIMi* |lMe liMatKi, IfearMfl at IMS UartM lhMM hM • k llMilk MM ONH Mr races; a Ralngutter Regatta; parade; Seniors Bingo and Handcraft Ixhibit, demonstration and sale; demonstrations) sports; contesU; carnival; food atid drinks;; pafeants for jayeryona, Prince and Princess. Cinderella l3irl, HISS North Las Vegas aiid MR. MACHO ... all this and much more at the Fourth Annual North Las Vegas PSirshow sponsored by ,the Nerth Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce October 24,25, and 26 at the beautlf^il campus of Clark County Communi||>i College at 3200 E. Cheyenne. The amber promises methiini for everyone at the "MIDWAY TO TOE CLOUDS"!!! Xi Alpha Xi News Fifth Report October 6, 1980 8 P.M. JkcquHa Davis Z)ear Chief: ^^ We honored our "People Helping People'' honoree, Elsie Eccleston. Elsie coordinates the educationiS! training programs at the An^erican Cancer S<)ciety. A plaque was presented to her acknowledging her unselfish devotion to helping other people. Then, ohce again, as the meeting hegan so ,did Bobbie's gavel. Ramona gave her report on the car wash we had as a Ways and Means Project. The list of sore muscles, bruises, and suifbuiiis was endless. However, Ramona said tt was a great success! But, Ramona, just wait 4nd see how long it takes you to get us all out there againlllll Jacquita tested each of us on our self image. ,yfj^ answered individual questionnaires and >4iUUed ouc points. The result was that most of us need a lot of help. Thanks a lot, Jacquita. Mrs. 'KSOs istkeeping a low profile, but I feel she will Strike again sbon. By the way, Chief. Bogies is still in the conversations, It seems another local chapter is infiltrating the establishment. I must get to this place. Agent 99 LIOAl NOTICE LiGAl NOTICE ILL"" tlOTICB or APrUCATION POl HtUnSSION TO amnnufi m Fvauc WAitM er nn 8TATI or MBVAfta oct.s,isai Aapllntm Na 411 9:30 p.m., Nov. 4 and 9. This is an extraordlnsry opportunity for students and parents to meet with representatives from a wide variety of colleges, universities and vocational schools {torn across the nation. licgniTT or ^ •MtM hmttt mimw Ifc* Mws sK SNtiM IS. Tssa. essK. •Slia tai m mnm 9l MM u iMMi N. ss* sr e.. aSMMM r ISMJS llMt. Witw wtti ba Mas fcr •>MS1IH1 HrrMM tnm JiaBtfylMtoDMMriMrSlttW DM* il flnt hMkaUM Oct. !!•' tmtiim rtMtMtm N*. NOTicB or arrucATioN roa raaiiisaiON to ApnorWAiB TB rveuc WATias er m tTATi or < NtTAM OCT.S,lMa Awltettt— Nw 41Me NMiM It Unlkr giwB thai M IS* Mife Sigr r Jaljr, IMS, TtrruM Vf Uh, 0bra( JM Ikh uS Uny lati,(. LM VtgM Btat* f ftavait MS* •PfUcMlM to UM aUto § • • giaMr tttlnwU tu panalulM) to ^>rmto aiTSI if • HCMi to if lat seMk •• •# ia Stoto • Ntnii Dirttoa U to St mmt OwB aa aatar ', graaai aa a iaa ai a aaiat la> catoS wllbia tta vmk MlH saciiaft ss, t.iia.. tSsi., ILDJ. Hn ar at a aalaiftw whM Oia CiMar \k aaraar aT It?* sr IT W.. • Slaiaaaa imM HH. Wator win ka ataa tor J. Mawaaa, P.B. riBtmt 14M. M,si,ss,Na*.4, a, isas eto JaMMiy lal to rSlalafiMhjraar. • Ma af em rkUaattoa Oat KIMS Oato a( iMl PMkaUaa Na*. ii,issa i,P.K. [SB NOnCB Jl^lahailANS IN m neiTB jvmciAi. DiaraiCT covmt or res sran er mvABiA. IN AND ^roi tie cevNTT or uaa nuATiAVLT, WUllaaJ.M itmgtmm • -Oct. 14, Sl,Sa, Nav. 4, U, II NOtlCI NOTICB U • BBBftV OIVBN tkat Iba Mlawl^ Srapatljp vUl k*MMalUaVi ~ a* ika I 'Sar -•;'* naitlSlNrat T9B ft/ieee r NBVADA .' Taa an karaty MBUMMS a I rafalM4 ta aarra apaa VAU WIINBTBIN, Cne., alaiatlira attarsar, H^SSSSUt S., Lat ragat, • awwtoHH tahaiOTtta fai,hlBSSiva laMMaSHMtoM lanrlaa. V faa aai to Sa aa, -~MA ^^M^g^ ^^^^^ P*^PO tvOTMt ; lSNaiSAHtoiaii^i aaS aiaafcaalfa UaM. ASvSr Utar raaanaa Ika right to MS. srir Tiajaa NV sisa KA leii Na. BNTSlSSStA BagtouM aiS lagal avaari Balara* S4'W ISSa CWtatrM NV S*S AB laU Natokar CCXSTt lairsr isaiiri^ unrnthn Bc Bau Na. asisisa, ISSkf Sarlal tU. iSSSISM, WhMa Na. NUSar aarial Na. IS-llSSt, =:2lSS!!te JMgMM kv Satealt MI ba STfT MSI Oato NV W g BB fSSTSZZ^ mammiimrmtifHiktnmn BaM Na. VIASMSarw BagtoL**"* ^^^ SHMMNla tta OaMlalaL tarai aai lapl avaar Banav ESeHl irir VMtoi BNBBBNa.1 ^OaVlTSBAU irir WaalM Biat BalMart ta H WS A N.CIarfc^ _WV MSI BA BeU i Bt UNBA SBVBBB, Oaay VtM at Aia Algar Ugal M ^ .••ar UM% I at rtal B iAlt.eSi8htti,iM atoct. #.MJI.SS,Nn<.ill.MSS MSI.1.HU.1ISS To start the afternoon we told a little about ourselves then tossed a ball of string to another person who In turn revealed something about themselves and so on til we had a web affect across the whole room. Of course we flnished up the Coffee with a selection of four marvelous Quiches and invited the Pledges to our Model Meeting to be held on October 2 at Mary Desnoyers home. The Model Meeting Was a great success with Linda Bemus, Theresa Baguley, Margaret Childs. Kristy Cotrell. Mary Desnoyers. Dawn Foreman. Robbie Cuiterrez, Karen Hepins, Andrea Joslin, Donna Lattin, Terry Lee, Lynn Martlndale, Karen Moore, Shelly Schoenmakers, Pam Taylor, Joan Robinson, and Becky Pantuso In attendance. After a regular business meeting the Membership Committee gave a slide presentation on Beta Sigma Phi, provided by the International Office, giving a brief explalnatlon of the advantages of being a Beta Sigma Phi. Not only do they offer the Torch magazine, an assorted array of gifts and charms, a scholarship f\ind, and life Insurance but we have the unique opportunity of developing precious life long ft-iendshipi with girls you may have never even known. One such (Hend is our President, Shelly Schoenmakers. In fact we had a double (Unction for our Model Meeting. First to show our Pledges what are meetings are all about. and what (Unctions we are engaged in and Sc^ ondly to honor Shelly'i birthday. We'll be nice and won't say which one. Shelly is a collector of all the Disney characters and may have wondered why the nametags were of Donald, Mickey, and Minnie. Another clue was a ^ song and storybook presentation by Mary Pe* snoyers and family with some fantastic artwork by Linda Bemus. Disney Characters told of each office and committee that can be held and announced the Golden Anniversary of Beta Sigma Phi and the 28th birthday of our illustrious Presi-. dent OPPSl Sorry Shelly it just slipped out! Shelly was then presented with a gift and cake and we all gave a noble attempt at a melodious Happy Birthday. After this what more could we do but adjourn the meeting and enjoy, what else, cake and ice cream. There was a taSlc set up to show our Pledges some of the gifts and awards Alpha Beta has acquired through the years. Awards such as, girl^f the year, most sociable, the charms for our charm bracelets and an award we are very proud of; the silver attendance tray for 1979-80. We have great expectations for liMO^Sl and would like to extend our apperciatlon for all the support of our friends and families that have made our past years so enjoyable. Shop tW— Hour* DAlW 10^ "STOLEN MERCHANDISE SALE" • Wi m\ Stm It Jit At Thesi Low Prices, You Cortaiil)! Will • AsasiM lar tiseli, Choice of 24" or 30" size. Chrome pine or maple... iec tm. IMag ResBi • aofa & love seat. Pluah velvet, ootor choice •aa. UN • lMi aofa & Loveaeat. Beautiful rust color velvet 50}FF )4gg!i5 $29995 OUT IT 80ES UMNV Wallaway Recllner Reg. 3.97 159" s RV|B ^I^W WWW V^^^^^W full aize one only Rag. tm durable fabric one only •aaaa*aaaaa M49 5 LM-MV Sefslts durable recllner Reg. $903 U49 SOFA Reg. $299 149 Reg. tnUS Meisis Traditional king aize bedroom aulta R^ii a ^ 9 r^^^^w • a^^wB^^w^^w $29995 $9995 ALL LAMPS 1/2 PRICE eimlwcKlJoMiER'i JHaadboarda all I alzes, Night Slanda I Bad Frames. Some I laaa than coat ^ ^ i I AMIf I I m ss Rift 9HI SM^ dniMr aai aimr. Honey pine finiah, matching plecea available ....; ^69 95 beda In the apace one. Mattreaaea not eluded • 2 of Inn49 5 STORAOE ON A MIMET 4 Drawtr Chttt $249 s \m • 2 alzee to ohooae Vom $7995 Rifr tm I a oheira. table with 2 leavaa for the big family. nw 5 tieifar, with choice Qaaia UN Ml CAAAQ^ Batter quality #/ iM'^ ce of fabrics..... faVV Jagg** IMagRsMSofa $ love aeat. Beautiful blue and white velvet 9Hvm RaMB • Indudea oval table. 4-ehalra and lighted c^lna : S 4 lavneal • traditional atyling with comfort and quality, RK.tMBs comfort to last, $649^ J559 Hftil t if riRii Mittrm U/U ?if!t_ >79 In. (IN .M39' Rag. titl tlsaesr ltk • aM* CMr • ideal for mobile homea and apertmenta IR^^ps ^^999t VHOHV W%^ Wide lighted top and bottom. In rich pecan $49995 a#g. St laSv BaafMai MM ay •MNah In wormy pine. Bookcase headboard with hutch mirror on a large triple door dresser and 2 night stands Ideal for the youth set.: • includes Oak trestle table with nomar top 2 arm sr>d 4|ai(te chaira...f Rs| • i 6lb ebalf i plusri oiijH on a hard^ wood fiame...^ Rag. 1141 ikIM lefa t Uvs seal Traditional styling with expenalve venetia fabric ^599' M79 ^679 choice of finiah., •^549" Reg. SltN • TkeaiaivlHs S Pkee • best seller :?^639'5 Reg. IM • tsfi, Beautiful nylon velvet for t>eauty and wear J359 am Choice of Decorator Fabrics Velvet or vinyl. Choice of Colors. Best Buy Any where. Factory close outs. ie|.tl80 (399'^ w ^ V '. \U^ • r \ \ '•!// SciVILf 1.1I ^iid C":lil leinn -. 1 I • Mlk • iHHai •

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"^FW • •^ • ^^-"^""•^P" A Hendenon Home News. Henderson, Nevada PtgeU pryTime you use the want Ads 5) SdJi* WANHD— ^ SIX COMPANIES SCRIP MI Poper I Coins iWllf^glve $25. per coin; $50 each bill Also, "Dam site" Coca Cola bottle in mint condition. Call 393-1701 9 M to 4 DUrBrStJCBNBB 1 SAWSMMPPIC 1 Saws, Tools, Knives, Scissors, Carbide, 1 Lawn Mowers • 1 NMOfRSON SAW VNNHB 1 57 L iMk S6S-I^M 1 ALL WORK GUARANTEED | WOMB'S B; STUDY INTERDENONINATIONAI Imr WteM4v tt n AM. Ml Utah M. rtM tefeiralMlM •ad ntmkmftwU. If jwa ira • n w c — w •• • • • Mtor CItjr, C*B Mtk* atw frlB4t PkMm4lt. TBBES: ambrella. tr hi(b a •" traak. Good shade. Baasoaakle. Ph. M4-1S48. ISl BMCh. WALLPAPERING! PAINTING ^^STAINING EXPERT |<5aU Joe anytime,] [ttS-lM2. Excellent] Ircfereocei, free esStimates. Also mirrorl mini. B.C. FOR SALE lf7l FX>BD BRONCO XtT. Ik, *wtr ferakM, I4jaa MIIM, Crali* C*alr*l, Till Wkecl, Tiif4 Olaii, CatUM Pilal, cifUla't chain, chiaaM lacklag whaah, kiB lire*. M.i. CAM. Call RaMUa at M4-1MI. • la I. Mm. DISTILL YOUR OWN PURE DBINEING *l COQPfNG WATER for MTthan M eeati ftr falMM. Rental or aoathiy '^ purchase. Soreasea's; SM j£ Ave. C n-S77 B.C, **** Tuesday sad Wodacsday Id m. U • p.si. city Aaaci a*tc Ccalsr Mt Water Street — M HENDERSON _^ • # • *'' HOTEL ROOIui ft KITCHENETTES Color TVs. Utilities and Unens. WEEKLY Ph. Hany. 4ll-t4a cu. ft. ALASKA GAS TRAILER refrigerator. |5d. Ph. Sd4-l4S. SELL OR TRADE: SIM sq. ft, 4 bedroom lltS.OOO house in B.C. oa future golf course, for bouse or apis. Prefer B Hill or ? 8t3-3d. FOR RENT: two bdrm., 2 bath townhouse, View of Lake, pool, St4 Uketree Ct., B.C. tM-SM7. TBDDfS KITCHENrrTM "Jail hrlag yaar laalkh^.h" sas-ma. ac. HOUSE FOB SALE, Vilk Del Prado, 4 bdm., t bath, less than 1 yr. old, Aroat patio, large rear patio. BV storage, t car garage, rnaay eitras, 9S5,0dd. tM-Stdd. B.C. { J & R HOME MAINTENANCE \ 4 OHoaw Bepalrs • No Job Too Small •UceaicNo. 4 OSpecial Bates fsr Seaior atiseaa f 64S-82S2 or 54-2517 anytime. I After S p.m. 565-58 • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • MOTOB HOME RENT. l*7t tC ft. generator aad air. fklly equipp ed. nS-SWl. B.C. |?la at4 la warry — Marrajr MURRAY MAINTENANCE SEBVICE -Gaacnl ra^ln, fcaa Jy a a .l carrcairy, vilallag, glaHl ailmn.MS-lli. n.C. TBADE EQUITY IN B.C. 2 BDBM. TOWNHOUSE ftir late model Seville, van, or what-have-you. Owaer Agent. 2SS-IWS. LICINSBD CHiU> CABS IN mr aoHE. M-74it oaa. MMRNR EUCTMC Licenied, beaded, iasured. Uc. No. IS1S7. Call tM-lH7 or 2fS-4n WILL BUY YOUB 1 or 2 bedroom Coada or Towahense • CASH FOB YOUB EQUITY if price is suitable for coaversioa into rental uait. Ph. ttS-S137. B.C. KITCHENETTES AND BOOMS FOB BENT. Daily, weekly. DE8EBT INN MOTEL. 2IS-X827. B.C. ( BBOKEN WIND0W8I lUPAIB. GUss sad sslr res. Will lasUllaewmlrrars or replace aid oaes. sn-iiid. WAY NATUKAL FOODS Your complete health food store with every thlag yaa aeed. Open 7 days a weeh. Watch ibr oar monthly specials. tSUSdd M THE SALVATION ARMY IS IN DESPERATE NEED OF FURNITURE AND CLOTHES. PLEASE CALL THE SALVATION ARMY PICK-UP, M9-2374-S-6. AUDITIONS now belag held far soloist aad orgaaist. 2t^44SS. 4dtl. B.C. t FOB BENT i bdrm., 2 bath, Uwis home. $471. 2SS-47Xt. after i pm. No peU.BC FOB SALE: •• PlyaMUth 4 dr. Sedaa. ExceUeat coaditioa. IdM. Ph. SI-MS4. FOR SALE BY OWNER: 4 i bdrm., tV, h(h. HIghlaad Hills. 10% Interest, cash to BMrtgage. 5d4-leS. FOR SALE — HENDERSON — near Black MounUin Golf Course ft O'Callahaa Park, 3 bdrm., 1% bath with $1S,N down — Owaer will carry no qualifying. Immediate possessioa availsble. GREAT NEVADA PROPERTIES COMPANY, Realtor. 29S-S542. IfTtCBBYT PV ft 8BELL. manSSVS,auta,9gas 1 traller^HC^iie^^^"—*NEW S bdrm., 1% bath Model Hoase w garage coaversioa. Lots of space. 4. traveli water pump, ISMarPUshel far IMM. See Tungsten, hefbre after drit pjn. PI ,. ORGAN ft PIANO PRI•'^ ^.IMTE LESSONS. Beglait 'fPI.^ ^V'* iatermediate stnte^rrr SV*''^ Deaais Law EXOTIC OR WILDLIFE BOABDING now avail. Can build to suit. For more inlb. ph. 31-24S4. FREE RENTAL REFERRAL SERVICE IN BOULDER CITY. CAll r DESERT SUN RE|ALTYAT29S-MSI, 1311 Nevada Hwy., B.C. PAINTER. 2d yrs. Local experience. Interior exterior. FBEE Estiasates. Call nS^lN or 8d4-774S. Baclthoe, loader, dump truclt. All for 125. per hr. 293-2115. B.C. C.A. NEED TO SELL YOUR HOUSE? WE WIU BUY IT NOWl Cm 293-1613 ^urty" SmitS, ln. FOR BENT: Studio, duplex apt. Furnished. Conveniently located dowatowa. BLACK mOUNTRIN REALTY ^M. Each office independentty owned and operated. 107-A Water St (Valley Bank Building) Henderson 564-2727 508 Nevada Hwy, No. 5, Boulder City 293-5646 i Far nadar |MS,WS7 nan yon would want a tbrasal dining room, plnah carpeting, a fhaUly room with flreplace, 4 large bedrooms, country kUcben with pantry aad breakout eaanlar, scraened patio and averalaad farage. right? Well, here It is, and BSMh asare in this cnstam built beaaty oa H acre located near the golf eoarse. Call Betty at id4-S7S7 eves. MMltS (dtldt). ITS SO TOmNMIU Wbea yaa an Uvlag la the laxary of thlotataiy4hadraoai.SHhathhaaM, walklag oa year plash carpetlag, drawlag the e ast ern drapes aad leaklag oat to the private paoL It la Jaat laa gaod ta ha traa! CaU Jayae far • aia oa tkla sapar haaw. id4-t727 arnt. IS44SS7 (dlSSS) aUMVAiM TASn Ta flt year badgat? Yea bet! CaU Aal ahoat this boautlfMly decowHk alk-la claaata, hroahftat bar, garage, Is c a t ad oa a coraer lot la • eadorsea aad aaly 1 year old. tSSOMS (11117) SAI1MMIM0IIT Tea caa walk ti towa, sbopplBg, aakaala aad ckaick ftoai thtoltoda woU estabUsftod aolshborkoad. CaU Joaa tUttn (dMin oniANKon This remodeled S bedroom home would mahe a great starter hoBM or perflsct ibr the retired ceaple. Well Bsalatalaed sad decorated with love, thU home hu secarity bars, ballt la vaaity la Master bedroeass, large closeto aad extra parfclag. Call Betty Sd4-I7t7 eves. idMlH (MSS3) There oacc was hoase aear the coarse half acre aad soaed fsr a horse. yoa'U love the decor. Jaat call to see asare. Try It, yoa'U bay It, caU Jayne aad she'U Ue it! Sd4-27X7 eves. 8d4-SU7 (•8881) USTCAU Before owaers must leave this large 4 bedroom hoase with covered patio, block waU feace, aatomattc sprinklers, garage aad located cloae to the golf coarse, nis kerne also has a oae year EBA Warraaty. Call Jayae, Sd4-t7X7 evea. Sd4-US7 (dlld8) Let loose of some of that maaey aad iavest la a low moathly payamat oa this alasost acw 3 bedraom hoase with 2 car garage. Mock wall fence, hmily aad dlaiag room cosablaatlon, laaadry room, excelleat loeatloa aad a 1 year EBA warraaty. Call Joaa *d4-27S7 eves. 884-1888 (18878) II SMrious 3 bedrsom. 2 bath cast home with feaslly raoai, separate I creatloa raeai, dlaiag i Hreplaee, carpetlag, drapee aad a^l tractive wallpaper decor. Calll idd-iTr. unorm MmOTNAlSI A low dowa pagrsaeat caa mavc : late a 8 be dr sam. 1% bath, oa< I home urtik all ipMaacss. I year ewa dfeal aa thb aae! CaU I • 8I331) oeao. 8884888 (I Aad auhe a goad deal oa this 3 bedroom. 1% both hoase with oversted master bsdraa s a, fteahly palated laiteriar, daable driveway, aatamati< IspriaUers aad a low asoathly pay' I meat. Call Jaaa 884-2787 eves 1(14888) HENDBBSON • Saadwich Shop, Ibaslly aperaltoa, 18,888. Call Jagrae S84-t7n evea. 8844887. bedroom. 1% balh hame „ fcMad hack yard, casvstlag aad I liaUydraod.S8447n^^ TO Iowa year owa raataaraat, lead, Iballdlag aad aU oqalpaseat. CALL KEN SSd-ITtt HManum iBftaatariUa rniacaalMaS i balk kmm baa a Ibnaal dlatef aoaacrjr Mleboa, paatry, covoffod patfo aad CaU Eoa la aae Ibto Minv Uim AT IW (OH Tea wlU ha warm aad happy la aamrir.faalag haasa. 8 lafeh walla, solar Mrooas. doaMa paaad via* ( • dSI. hmaiy. tklaS BoaMar Highway ftaatage. owaer wUl aall aU or p. CALL KEN 184-8787 miMiors VTAM • 3 lala. 88 arflaa ftam Coftar CMy.CaUPaal NBAB 0U VBCAB H aaMd fer haeaaa. Gatt Ida 884n>. PAEAMM BILU • 1 ae M. OBH • K =DC SX OMSO Solveat Pbarmaceutl cal Grade Call toU tm 1-880^28474S. 1233 as as BE YOUK OWN BOSS. Set your own hours daliveriag ft selliag Fuller Bruab Productt. |8 to 88. per hr. •484183. L.,.,.. '."iWi^; SESL iikM^ \. BENT X bdrm. apt unAim. lafb. 883-8877. B.C. H0U8ECLEANING, Window wuhing, refiereaces. 283-81M. B.C. GAS TANK • 88 Gallon Capadty. a84-1848. Hda. FOB SALE: 1872 Masda 4 dr.. viayl top. Freshly painted, gsed. Will take less. 30 MPG. Ph. 5S-SZS8. APT. #t>B RENT: d fedrm.. IH bth. 8378 per mo. 1st, last ft 1188 cleaaiag deposit required. NO PETS. Call 888-8881 or ••4-2SI8. ABE YOU UVING WITH A DBINKING PROBLEMr? If so, why aat try Al-Aaon? Meetings are Taos., 18 a.m. at St. Timothy's Episcopal Church. Taes., 8:38 p.as. Clab, 81 Water St., Wed., 8 p.aL St. Rase do Uau Haapital. Ear asore lafbrmatlaa,CaUa8B-8881lda. ATTENTION: WUl ( bulM trach raeha, motorcycle trallara, atU. trailers, tow bara. daao> bu^ trailers. Reasaaable ft Put Ph. •• 8887. Hdfu FOR KENT 3 bedrm. 1% bath. 83N. aM. 8>88 Dep. BABYSITTEB NEEDED. 8 'til S. Moa-Fri. Pittmaa Area. Call after 5. S84-7847. WHIRLPOOL wuher |188. All new loveseat. coach, 2 ead tables, 1 coffee Ubie, 2 lampa Bdna. set, complete 8S88.84-S727. KABBTS FOB SALE. 14. ea. good as peU or eating. • moo. old. S84479d. BABYSITTING la my boaM, say ages. National St area. S884388. Hda. 1*^ • BTAHTOOH ht 7wi 3d Mortmilf in* Tryt Oni% FOR SALE Factory fri>nt bumper ] rack for space tire. New S ply 700-lS LTi Tire ft Wheel. Win flt f all Ford pickups. Asking 888. Call SdS-l" evenings ft weekends.;,* FBEE KITTENS. CaU after 4 p-aa. I88-7747. FOB BENT: 3 bdrm., 8 bth., fireplace, covered palto. 2 yr. old Caaa Uada. Uc. Call Paul, •••-•871 or taesday, October 21,19M NEW LUXUBIOUS LOVELY 3 bdrm., 1% bath houM fer rent. This dolightfbl home has ballt In B-0 garbage disposal aad diah wMher. AU for only |47S per mo. Switch to this spacious hmlly hoase today by caUlag 38d4dSS or 388-8284. STOBE SPACE AVAILA-' BLE. 1388 H-ft-la Vegas. Palat's Brsad aew store St 1284 N. Boalder Hwy., Hendersoa, apsalag Sept. Call Vegas Palat, DINETTB-FOLDINO table ft fermlca tap. 2 chairs. Good coadlUoa. 838. Ph. •84-1848. BBAND NEW 2 bdrm. Oakridge Apt. la Hendersoa |3S8 per mo. Call SS4883. [^ • • mi EZB KB — WANTED — HAIRDRESSER TO RENT STATION BUSY SALON INQUIRE HAIRITAGE STYUNG PARLOR, 101-C AtlanUc. Hdn. 565-7368. B EZBD HENDEBSQN Uaf. house i fbr rout. 8 bdrm.. 1 bth. ; home. 2 car garage, feaced yd. 8888 per mo. Elite Property Management, Ltd. Realtor. Ph. 737-74M. NEW APT. IN B.C.. 2 bdrm.. 1 bath, stove, raf. ft dishwasher. No pets, 8388 mo. 7374838. B.C. FsTrentriTilidrmTtniir" era. |38 to 888 wh. 5884784 or 588-7141. STUDIO APT8. Utilities. Color TV, linens. |78.88 wh. 481-2448. FOR RENT: Kitchenettes. $24. wk. Utilities pd. Shady Rest Motel. 588-7888. Jidn. 1888. 8 X 38 SPARTAN, in park saadel trailer. Water cooler aad awainga. $38M. Call after 8. 288-4873. B.C. LEASE OPTION: Clean as a pin, excellent area. 3 bdrm., 2 bath, garage, lease optton 8488. W-81B8. monthly credit. Dlverslfled leuiag. 787-7777. BOOMMATE WANTED: WIU share 2 bdnn., 2 bath house w-responslble female or male, (prefer non-saMher) Casa Linda Area of leaderaoa. 8878. mo. lacludes util. Ph. 884-1488. VOICE LESSONS: Specialist. Beglaaers ta prafessloaal. Plaao lessoBS avail. Ph. Fie Raymoad, 88Md88. Hda. NEED A CART New la' Towa? OM la IWwa^Jla CrodftTSkerttlaseoatke jab? Oaly 8188,8888; 8888b or 8488 dowBl Need aa AatomobUe to get arouadr Coatact as. We apprave ear ewa coatracto. iaataat delivery. We win pick yoa ap ft bring yoa ta ear car lal. Just talephaaa 184 888. NEVADA AUTO SALES, 1813 N. Bldr. Hwy. BenI derson, Nov. One bloch south of Saaset Blvd. ft Bldn Bwir. SHAKLEE PRODUaS Rhoda [> Hagadone Authorized Distributor 293-4350 B.C. Well Call On You AAION FENCING Free Eilimoto* Chain Link i Wood Fencing 30 Yoon Exp. Ph. 4S1-8190 CUSTOM HOME FOB SALE, toaviug area must seU. 1888 S4. ft. 3 bdrm.; 2H bath, stap saver Utcbea, flually na., fireplace, Uoch wall, BV parking 8188,888. Call after 8. 2834878. B.C. REMEMBEB last winter when you couldn't And firewood? Buy BOW before it cools off ft save. Delivered ft stack. Pinion pine8U8 4x4x8. Prices go up U-140. Ph. 588-7482. BOULDER REALTY 293-3232 416 Nevada Highway Boulder City, Nv. ID i I MLS, S HtANK KOZAl 1 S 736-7006 170-6456 S S Aik y*r nclskbcr. b kr knows nx. FOB SALE: 2 bdrm., 2% bth. Dbl. wide Bsoblla hoaao. 1 yr. old. Law dowa. Tako over pymla. No Balifyiag. Lie. Call Paal, S8ftt71. 84 BAJA BUG. Pally rhalM oaglao. aew tlrsa ft rinw. ftaat ft roar craah gBaHa.BaU bar, adr read saala ft carpotad latartor. 8I88B Fh. 8884848 after 4 FOB BENTSmaU 3 bdrm., 1 bath home in well-established neighborhood, won't last long. $378. 283 3232 LA DOLCE VITA Price redncttoa!! 2 bedroom tawaboase la groat locatloa. Come OB dowa aad preaeat year oflbr. 1888 a^are feet of iadeor Uriag aad 1888 s^aare feet of eatdaor Iba aad recroatlaa with privata blach walled yard. CaU for appatataseat 8S8,888.8a IT ISNT EASY TO RND A HOME THAT HAS EVEBYTHING, bat we thiah we've got U aU la this 8488 saare fbat boflse with spadaiki rooma with aaly the very best la eraftasaaaahlp aad coaattactioaFireplace with coaveraattoa pit prorides a coay, yet elegaat a tm as p kere. Lovely laadacapod yarda with pool aad spa wlU cortalaly coariace yea TMIS IS IT! COBONADO ESTATES alae meaaa easy, coaUbrtable, carefree Iriag la tkla attractive mobUe boaw la BaaMer City's flaest msbUe booM estates. Yea owa the load plaa 1838 s^aare feet af spacioas Iriag. Large coraer let, with ^ay of BV Parklag aad cool greea laadacapiag. LAKETBEE UVING Bad unit fer extra privacy aad a Utfce bedroom unit that is neat and c|eaa. Skop around aad compare, yan'U see that tbla is hard ta heat. Lake view from Uring ream picture window. Priced at 878,888.88. CAPE COD A bit af New England wUh the charm aad coBvealeace of the ad's in this 3 bedraom. 8888 square feet hoase la golf course area. Pleaty af storage aad large s p a ri aas hedraams. This hoase featares fireplace la the feasll y raem aa weU aa the auster bedroo m A mast ta see. Call fer fbrther laferautloB aad appolataseat ta riew. DOUBLE TOUR PLEASURE in thlr -f) ^*^>* **9^* > • MtabUshed neighborhood. Beaatllbl yarda. well m>*{\ V-iasMe out and entaide in. Call aad you'll be amased at Uds Boulder % ^. Priced at appralaal. WHAT IS BOULDEBCITY? Boulder aty Is best described by this 3 bedroom. 1% bath home with beaatlAil trees aad yarda. Excelleat coaatractloa fNmtep to bottom with persoaaUty that is aat^ae oaly ta B oalder aty. Call Jaaa ar Jeaata fer appalataeat. ATTENTION ALL • SasaU, bat dellghtfbUy cata aad clean home with dealraMe tanaa. Take over exlstlag FHA m o r tg ag e aad asove ea la. 2 bedreaass wHh free standing flreplace la Iriagraoas. Neat aa a tack ... Notblag deoa it Lack. TOP or THE UNE1B0BILE HOME • Coraaada Eatatee mabUe hame with beaatlfbUy laadacapod cal • de aae let Thta haasa baa had aalhlag bat Teader Loriag Care which yaa wUI Immedl B t e ly reco gala e aad app r o rl ala. Large roem a with privacy WlU be years if yoa so deoiro. DUPLEX la BaaMer City that U eeattaUy leeated aear dewatawa. Over 1788 Huare Iset with oae ualt eferlag 8 bedraama, 1 bath aad the ether aalt eMsrlag 8 hsdrasms 1% batka. Exeeltaat raatals. Beceatty r a asads l sd. CaU fer mare lais. Appa l aiMtJt aaly. BE EINQ OP YOUB CASTLE aa tkls H acre let la Laa Vegaa. 3 bedrooai, 2 plaa bath hease oa large ttrmtt cal do sac lot Large rech two way flraplace la llriag aad ibmlly reema. Tap aftho Uae appUaacea aad aaMBtltlea too aaataroaa to meatMa. X4BLL-NT TEBIB8. OWNEB IS ANXMHJ8!! APARTMENT LAND la Baalder aty acroea fram the aew First Weotam Plasa. <2reat taima. 8 B4 Late aad owaer wUI ceaaldar real eetato < poaalMe halldlaga are avaUabIa dar iaspectloa. H PLUS ACBE IN LABEVIEW 1^ avallahta throagh BoaMar Priced 888,888u88. Obtaers wlU cany ar flaaacDam Paderal CradH Ualoa If rsaMeat af BC. SUBDIVISION II • Wa-U skew yaa kv ACBE LOT. BaUd yoar read where. iyoaroal I la hla preaittons area. FOB BALE: GaMar.Ufce • AVIBWTOUWOirTEVEBBOObatwUld4eerbehappywllkHacrelB8ak.ll • that caa aaly ha lato*od by eeaatraettaaaf year beasa.Gtaatpeteatlal-step >>8*^ • byaadlsralaak. AlaaU • •••••••• BBflaa. POB BALBI If98< 'TsaraftOaaa Wacaa. ONE OWNEa BBC. raaalag s aaditlsa. 7t,aitaLPriea.|1S8iPk. JUNE HAIWEN, BBOEBB JENNIE BABNES PBQ6T MAVCBBI JANICE CBAWfOBO •••••••• ..8884B8 DICXOLBON MBLOVNAWAT BATABNBBON .jm4B7l J416 mV. HWir. loiMtfQty,;ig.PHONt 293-3232 -— .\ <. k. Uv *.. .... t.j. S ^ '' i a ii\.uJiiji, Ov(*t>ttmHHl.n.n,if.,l :c c 1818 PLYMOUTH Velare 8 CyLLow aslles. exceBeat CoBd. 83888. Call 884-7888. 1878 AUO self contained 31' travel trailer. Air. Frent tip out. Perfect cond. 88888. 884-7888. 0VEBEATEB8 ANONYMOUS: Moodays, Bm. 38, avic Center. CaU 8784487 fer more iaforBMtioa. DEBB flUN^ERB: Please daaata deer scraps, unwanted fl-eeier mesta or other meat scrapsta Betty Bonn's Animal Adoption. 381-8484 or 88-8888. 8 BDBM. HOME. Upgraded coado lacludes wuher dryer, ref., 8378. mo. $188 refuadable deposit 1st moBth's reat moves you la. Call Jerry at Boberto Bealty 8d84847 ar home EABN EXTBA MONEY. Have fuB too. Welcome WagoB Is laohiag for ciric miaded reps. Flexible hrs. Call 873-7887. E.O.E. BUICB 72 Electra. good coad. $1288. Uts of extras. 883-2888. B.C. SAVE A TBIP ta the dump. Doaata leftovers tnm your yard sale ta Betty Hoaa's Animal Adopt. Call 381-2484. LEASE, LEASE-OPTION, FOB SALE. 4 bdrm. custom hoase. H acre. Available iaunediately. Gorgeous view of city. Omni Beal Estate Co. 881-8868. EveaiBgs, Babbl, 488-8888. 5 FOR SALE I 1979 FORD S BRONCO Laa4ad, Ranger XLT,y antoautlc, power brakes,^ 14,M8 mllea. Cruise^ Ceatrol. Tilt Wheel, ^ Tinted Glass, Custom^ Psint, captain's chalrs,^^ chrome locking wheels,^' big tires, 88,SOO. CASH.^ Call RosaLee at 584-1881,9^ to 5. Hdn. „. ..^.„ „^ w '.•:•' • %•:• PAINO IN 8T0BAGE Beautiful spinet console stared locally Reported like new. Bespoaslble party can take at big saving OB low paymeat balance. Write Joplln Piano, P.O. Box 418, Lake Havssu City, As. 88483. EXPEBIENCED OPC girl as s greeter for tourists. Call 283-4783. 10 til 5. B.C. GABAGE SALE, Thurs. ft Fri. 8 s.m., utility trsiler, aatiques, books, toys, dotkiag, misc. 1422 San Felipe, B.C. MUST SELL 12x88 Mobile hoBM. 2 bdna. 1 bath total elec. Furalabed. lacLt storage shcda. Set up ia Adult park. |8SN. 18 Country Clnb Dr. Hda. HONDA ODVSSEY, rell cage, DG head, clatch, piK> aaw WIeaco pisteas. Faxx shochs. Excelleat coad. Fast. |148. 2884818. BC UNFUBNISHED mobile home for reat in Head. 1-2-3 bdrms., ft take oVer psymcBts $288 ft up. •48-3838. FUBN. AFT. 1 bdrm. Util. ftaru. Adulto only. No pels. Next to Skyliae Casiao, 1728 Bldr. Hwy. 8888. per mo. ft 88 cleaaiag ft danuge deposit. FOB SALE '87 Pontiac Station wagon. New tires. Good engine, •4tS. 283-1142. B.C. FBESH FBOZEN BERBYS. A variety for your favorite Jams or jellys. Pure Juice, siso avail. ORDEB NOW. 884-2844 or 585-8e83. CAT L0VEB8: Uug haired kittens. Calico, yellow Tiger, Light ft dark gray. Many more. Betty Bonn's Aaiaul Adopt. 381-51S7. nXING FOB WINTEB please donate your unwanted space heaters, blanheta, carpet, cardboard boxes, etc. Betty Bonn's Animal Adopt. 3dl-2484. RELIABLE MATURE woman wants to babysit in your home. Any hours: day or night. 588-8834. 3 Bdrm. house for rent on quiet cul de ssc. New carpets & drapes. Large locking storage shed. $450 mo. Ph. 565-7263 aft. 8. ?A TIOS itROOM ADDITIONS HCVSTOM HOMES RICHARD BROWN CtHStrtefim General Contractor LK #17105 Boulder City Henderson Las Vegas RICHARD BROWN if GAIL BROWN j^tOYraExpenence 293-4177 am ua*i Ti|ipm CoastractiM FREE ESTIMATES REMODEUNG PATIO COVERS ADDI'nONS DeVan Tippetto (owner) Lie. No. 138*4 Ph. 8d5-M58 B99wasmmmmmm< 125 W. LAKE MEAD DRIVE HENDERSON, NEVADA PHONE 565-8947 WE'LL GIVE YOU THE PROFESSIONAL ADVICE YOU NEED ABSOLUTELY NO OBUGATION! WE ^ TAKE TRADE-INS AND BUY EQUITIES!! '. HIGH INTEBE8T BATES — Keeping you from owning a home. Come sec this 1488 (sot, 3 bedroom beaaty wiUi gorgeous, hsndBuide hardwood csbineta, econosaical gas, air and heat and eaiy to qualify for. Owner-carried terms. Priced at 155,888. CaU 565-8847 to see or 584-3286 evenings. INVE8TOB8' DREAM 1888 foot, custom-built home, 128' deep fenced lot. Features 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, ftreplsce, family room and more. Your reasonable down allows take over of low interest FHA loan. Provides good cash flow, Usted far |6S,88. DetalU at 588-8848 or S84-3286 nighta. NEARLY NEW 4 bedroom 2 bath walk-In closets, in belter tract area of Henderson Has Intercom and central vacuum systems IdlJSS. takes it you lake over eilsting loan. Call 5684847 or evenings at 8844888. EXTRA NEAT' And nicely decorated. 3 bedroom home has suto. sprinhlers, immsculate grounds, garage, big covered patio all fer only 888,688 and the owner will help nuance. Call ^M8-8M7 ar evenings st 884-3888. READY TO RETIRE And have some money to invest ia a one bedroom honsc? Call to see this one. New carpet and drapes plus a nice feaced yard. •34,588. Call 8884847 or eves. 884-27U. HAPPINESS IS Owalag s beaalifbl custom built home without all the haasle two bedrooms, two baths and a large femlly room that could be a third bedroom. Built for energy efllciency on a half acre with a riew yoa wouldUt believe. 888,888. CaU Boberta Bealty fer appt 8884M7 or eves. S68-84U. "A FULL HOUSE" and I moaa Ibll — completely fbmlshed plus all appllaaees. Lavely dinette set and Uring room fOraltare, there are evea oU paiatiags. Three bedleoau. 8 baths. 2 car garage — it has everythiag! |dg;888. Call 8884M7 ar eves. 884-1888. NOT BAD! Just a little rough aronad the edges — aceds TLC. Three bedrooms hoaw oa large comer lot. Fenced aad baa spriahlers for 851,88*. Call 5684*47 or eves. 884-1888. BBEATHING BOOM You'll have on thia acre with a fear bedroom hooM — aet completely flnished ... so yon haadymea call fer details! Extra large liriag room aad dlaiag too. Alae baa corrals fer the horse fevers. CaU 884M7 or eves. 886-8483. LAND —LAND MISSION HILLS — beaatifbi riew Iota with prices from 888,688,822,688 aad 888,688 far a coraer. SECTION 18 Perfect balldlu sita ea paved road — Meal terms of low dowa aad mahe offer oa tenns CALL BOBEBTS BEALTY FOB OTHBB LAND LUTINGS g ^^SPECIAL OF THE WEEK^^ i* BESEBVE ONE NOW!! The seleetioa of ^ur fbturtHomd la Arrowbesd Estates Towahomes Is still great. Small amouat dowa wUl hold your choice of 4 models. There are 2 ft 3 bedrooau, single ft 2 story unite, ft all have 2 car garages You will enjoy a clabboflse, pool, spa, ft 2 toaals courts, ft best of all, there will be no yard work or worries so why writ? B JENSEN'S REALTY 219 WATER ST. Wiioa HtNDIRSON, NV. 8901S D. "JIM" JENSEN 564-3333 BROKER as.; lattB m DOME HOME in Boalder City. H acre loaed for horses, 2,686 sq. ft. plus 1,866 sq. ft. garage workshop area. Lowest priced In this area and owner will flnish to suit buyer. Owner says: "Sell it fbst" ... Call Paul. WHO NEED IT? If you live in a noisy and busy area, it's time for a change to peace and qaiet in this large custom home on a hill with super view St no extra cost A large Uring room with a massive flreplace. SUPEB CUSTOM HOME. \k acre lot, block wall, custom drapes, plush carpet, flreplace, beauUtal view of Vegas. Tahe ever existing FHA Loan. Avrilable immediately ... CaU Paul. THIS LOVELY 3 BEDBOOM. I 78 bath home sbows Uhe a dream Only 8 months old Has autonutlc sprinklers, water softener, ft large back yard. Take over existing asortgage. Far more detrils ... Cril Katkerine. THIS 4 BEDBOOM, 2 bath home is s steal. LoH cated high up, has a beautlfbl riew of Vegas £* Valley. Ail appUaaces stay, Urge feaced yard,^ ^ terms negotiable. Vacant. Move ia oa credit approval. More iBfermatioa? ... Call Katberiae. ^; EXCELLENT TEBMS oa UiS 2 bedroom re^"' modeled home oa a large lot with asatnre trees ] In quiet area close te towa ... Cril Al. jsi LAKE VIEW DBEAM HOME IN BLDB. HTY. 3644 sq. ft., with 3 bedroeass, 2H baUia, spa iaslde, 2 wet bars, wood floors, aad roof gardea. You feel like you caa reack out aad tonck Lake Mead... CaU Paul. DECISIONS! DECISIONS! If yen feel yoa have to move to Vegaa, do it aew wkile we kave sack an eicellent valae la a home, large ft roomy with family room, 4 bedrooms aad a great neighborhood off Troplcana ... Cril Alice. PBIME BUILDING LOT. 2H acres sooed as Bench Estotes la Sectloa 4. Owaer will coasider seUlag property aa 2 Iota at IVt acres each. Nice view, aad property is tevel. Price is right... Call Srily. LOOKING FOB A GOOD VALUE oa 2H to 5 acres of BE. property? Pouible re-soaiag to comsMrciri... Cril Cartis. LOTS AVAILABLE Sectloa 27 and Hlllcrest Maaor... Terau ... Cril Paul. ATTN. DEVEL0PEB8 AND LAND SPECULAT0B8: 3.16 acres of B3 load ia best srea of Headeraoa. City approvri tar 76 apartmeaU. Soase tarsas avaltoMe ... Cril Cartla. OPEN MONDAY THBU SATUBDAY •:66 AM to 6:86 PM AFTER H0UB8 CALL: 1 -si -2 CASH FOB OLD, ANTIQUE, UNIQUE CLOTHING. 88S-88n. BC ELIMINATE HOUSEWOBK. Will cleaB year: hauae so your days off wlU' be yoars. 868-1448 or; ^ 568-8767. Hda. 5R H I .I. I i M I H i 8 tie96iiWWftBW|i DEPUE BUSINESS SEBVICE All year tax accoBatlag, Moathly heokkooplag ft Payroll, Mrillag Uata • AdvertlslBg, Spodallaad ft Tetal Cities • Carale DePae, Praprtetresa, 818 S. Boalder Hwy., Hda. 8844874. MANY BANK FORECLOSURES. Eaay flaaaclag w-pyarta. lower tkaa reat Flaloy Mobile Hoaw Sales, 88 MUSTANG, aaods Uta body aad lalorier work. Raas • sod. 8B84T88. BC JACK'S TRACTOR SERV|a • Basements • House Pads • Septic Tanks • Job Site acanup •.J'UI Dirt • Power Uaes JACK VAUSE, OWNER 56$-0MS ^ WE BUY USED BATTEBIES. 82.66 eack. BIG JOHN ft ^ SONS, 1631 | Foothill Dr., B.C. | CAN'T BEAT IT! 8 yrs. new Lewis home (.1 stery). Extremely low takeover loan! 888,786. price tag! Rob Scott Bealty Bealtan 877-8361, Erv 878-31M. ACB0S8 FBOM'' CIVIC CENTEB: there's fbture development value here onUils68'x8*'letwithan older 3 BR., IH Bath home plus carpart. Oaly |8d,***. Bob Scott Berity Bcaltors 87783*1, Kea 588-8638. AFFOKDABLE 6 YR. old 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath home near elemeatory school. Creative owner flnanclng available. 1 yr. protection plan. Bob Scott Realty Realtors 877-8361, Ken 5854638. F(LLER^S HOME DECORATING SEBVICE "'You can't get a better Feller^ PAINTING CLEANING DECORATING PAPEB HANGING [)UAUTY WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED, r INTERIOR ft RONALD FELLER EXTERIOR 293-5092 rf^ J I PAUL'S I I PLASTERING | Stucco work refinlBh-1 I ing houses, small ad-11 I ^'Wm-zm or I 8 ^28^1645. B.C. 11 SILVER ROWE KfNNILS BosrdlBi • Oroomint Traininc tiveitock Pad I Pick Up a Deltvary Mrvicefl 1M0 Pirkaon Road ^4-1983 Unfimiislied Apts. tbadraom Piooi-WaahiBg MaeblM H*akp NO PETS ChlldrcB Welcome IDESERT GARDEN APARTMENTS IMMNiSOfl 565-9051 MS Sandy Way No. t — HenderMB HANDYMAN BEN DErVE will help yau with rem4eliB( ar flinp. Carpentry, plumhlag, eleclrlcil, ceaeat, flrcplicf I. palntlaf, ttacco, patia eaven. Ph. taS^74SS. I— Television and Antenna Specialties of Boulder City Custom Antennas for the most ia viewing and listening pleasure. PH. 2*3^S7* OR I 565-5327 8 FOR SALE: Hame Eatertainment center w-tape dech, radio, record pUyer ft space fer TV. 1288. Ph. 8684687 sfter 18 am. 114 Cedar. Hdn. 1874 FORD, Open Road Motorhome. 2*3-3*68. _B.C. FOR BENT: HIghlaad HlUa.3bdna.,2bath.848* ma. ft 8888 cleaaiag ft damage deporit 868 886 1 Hda. FOR BENT IN HENDBBSON: 8 bdrak Tawaboase. Private patio. Pool Prtrilegee. 8888. per am. MB ncnas? WANT TO SWATV Profeariaaal Pbstagrapkor wUl trade partrrita or group pictarea or advertlaiBg plctaroa far Whalhave-yoa. Maybe you have a aertvee or pradari I '^ CALL WOOIT 2f^S4A2. O.C FOR SALE, 1*78 YAMAHA 128 Eaduro, low miles, ssking 8*** excel, cond., 2*34881 or 8*3-3464 ask for Candee B.C. ALUMINUM PATIO COVERS Screen Rooms — Carports All Sizes — Quality Work WINTER PRICES NOW. JIM'S AWMIMG SERVICE 873-4183 Stato Contractor Jim Jensen Alice Filb ......~~...... Al UFraacols PaulGargls ~..M Curtis Young Sally Jeusea Katberiae MIteheU, Biy Hayes. ^Bvalya Morrell. .868-8877 ..8844788 ..88M871 ..86*4878 ..888-8877 TKe ftealtu 565-8731 ERA introduces the only riak-fkee way to buy or sell your home. • FIRST, WE HELP YOU BUY A NEW HOUSE a Sellers Security lets you buy before you sell wltboot riih. a It gives you your equity whea you need It, up front and Intaroot bee. • THEN, WE'LL MAKE YOUR PAYMENTS \ a It eliminated the posslbiUty of double mortgage paymeatt. AND, IF NECESSARY, EBA WILL fiVEN BUY Y6U1 OLD HOUSE • Sellers Security assures the sale and selling price of your present hoaie. The ERA Sellers Security PIsn. It's another reason why yau> ERA Real Estate Specialist is the peraon yon need ta know la real estate. FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT ERA THE REALTY CENTER. '5454731 HENDERSON, NEVADA Earh afTIrr iBdrarndrntlv awaeO 6 operal4. m REALTOir MLS i2r HeiNJIersoa LIVE ON THE HILL in this Executive type home Has 3 Fireplaces! 4 Bedrooms, 3 Full Baths, one with Roman Style tub, wet bar, TriLevel. Walkin closets. 6 tons of air, 1 year Bayers Protection Flan. No. 61980. $129,500. Call Chuck 5M-2765. WALK IN TALL COTTON Be the proud owner of this lovely block home 3 bedroom, IV* bath, large 2 car garage 1 year Buyers Protection Plan. No. 61113. Appraised at $67,850. Call Chuck at 564-2765. WATER STREET COMMERCIAL PROPERTY Two Buildings one new, one older Townsite. Both for only $175,000. No. 59226. For more Info. Call Chuck 564-2765. DOUBLE WIDE This mobile home sits on a large lot, 76X130 ft. was asking $47,500. Now only $41,200. No. 59095. Call Chuck 564-2765. GREEN VALLEY SLEEPER The place everyone is talking about, this 3 bedroom, 2 bath plus 2 car garage, custom features includes double payne windows, extra insulation ft sprinkler system. One-Year Buyer's Protection Plan. No. 58098. Only $79,500. Call Chuck 564-2765. MOBILE HOME This 2 bedroom Family room sits on approx. 1/3 acre with Plenty of shade trees, tally fenced. No. 48281. Priced at $29,950. Call Chuck 564-2765. GREAT SPANISH STYLE 3 Bedroom, 1^ bath, custom built on one fUll acre in Mission Hills. Zoned for Horses, new house for only $86,500. One-Year Warranty. Cril Chuck 564-2765. No. 52317. SWEET TATER PIE • Is the way to describe tkls custom built home. Plenty of shade trees Front and rear. 3 Bedrooika, 1% batks, ftally feaced. adobe brick fireplace ia large 13X26 liriag roam. Cloae to schools and sbopplng. No. 60113. Call Ckack 564-2765. TOWNSITE ONE BLOCK FROM TOWN • t bedroom, ideal for retired couple or small hmlly. Walking distance of downtown. Yard could be real nice with a little seeding ft TLC. Reduced to $40,000. Call JoAnn 565-8731, Evenlnp S6d-2IS5. MLS 53242. STARTER HOME at SUrter Prlcea. Low down take over payments Only $43,700. fbr a pretty, white 2 bedroom, bungalow. No. 60766. Call JoAnn. Evenings 564-2155. LOOKING FOR A BUILDING LOT Vi acre with utilities available in fast growing custom home area. Live in a country atmosphere clean air • but convenient to town. Good flat lot at a good price. Call JoAnn, 565-8731, evenings: 564-2155. MLS NO. 54809. COUNTRY LIFE WITH STYLE — Life like a queen-eiUoy the luxury of a beaulifnipoal and lanai, plus the peace and quiet of the canntry. This energy efficient country home custom built by owner with attention to every detail aita on IV4 acre with a beautifkil view of the valley Has attractive Desert Landscaping and a very low maintonance pool and patia area. Call JoAnn S6S4731 • 564-2155. MLS No. 57663. PLAYBOY PAD — Entertainer's ddlight witk a pool and spa inside your fkont door. Huge indoor lanai or Florida room with watorfalls, fireplace, sl^Ughte, and Barbeque. Family roam has Fireplace ft conversation pit; kitchen is a dream with bnilt in food processor, tile counters ft Italian tile flooring. Play tennia in your own private tennis court. Spanish Casa perches on hillsida overlooking whole valley spectacular view. Definitely one of a kind. Call JoAnn, 565-8731 564-2155. MLS No. 57362. H ACRE WITH CUSTOM HOME Very passible this property could be toned C-1 Commercial. All this for only $125.88t. No. 5S4S1. For nMr Inlb. Call Chuck 564-2765. LAS VEQAS LOCATIONS : ISIS E.T10P. NO. S5 OB 41 8. BAINBOW HENDERSON LOaTION: 117 Atloirtk

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"^FW • •^ • ^^-"^""•^P" A Hendenon Home News. Henderson, Nevada PtgeU pryTime you use the want Ads 5) SdJi* WANHD— ^ SIX COMPANIES SCRIP MI Poper I Coins iWllf^glve $25. per coin; $50 each bill Also, "Dam site" Coca Cola bottle in mint condition. Call 393-1701 9 M to 4 DUrBrStJCBNBB 1 SAWSMMPPIC 1 Saws, Tools, Knives, Scissors, Carbide, 1 Lawn Mowers • 1 NMOfRSON SAW VNNHB 1 57 L iMk S6S-I^M 1 ALL WORK GUARANTEED | WOMB'S B; STUDY INTERDENONINATIONAI Imr WteM4v tt n AM. Ml Utah M. rtM tefeiralMlM •ad ntmkmftwU. If jwa ira • n w c — w •• • • • Mtor CItjr, C*B Mtk* atw frlB4t PkMm4lt. TBBES: ambrella. tr hi(b a •" traak. Good shade. Baasoaakle. Ph. M4-1S48. ISl BMCh. WALLPAPERING! PAINTING ^^STAINING EXPERT |<5aU Joe anytime,] [ttS-lM2. Excellent] Ircfereocei, free esStimates. Also mirrorl mini. B.C. FOR SALE lf7l FX>BD BRONCO XtT. Ik, *wtr ferakM, I4jaa MIIM, Crali* C*alr*l, Till Wkecl, Tiif4 Olaii, CatUM Pilal, cifUla't chain, chiaaM lacklag whaah, kiB lire*. M.i. CAM. Call RaMUa at M4-1MI. • la I. Mm. DISTILL YOUR OWN PURE DBINEING *l COQPfNG WATER for MTthan M eeati ftr falMM. Rental or aoathiy '^ purchase. Soreasea's; SM j£ Ave. C n-S77 B.C, **** Tuesday sad Wodacsday Id m. U • p.si. city Aaaci a*tc Ccalsr Mt Water Street — M HENDERSON _^ • # • *'' HOTEL ROOIui ft KITCHENETTES Color TVs. Utilities and Unens. WEEKLY Ph. Hany. 4ll-t4a cu. ft. ALASKA GAS TRAILER refrigerator. |5d. Ph. Sd4-l4S. SELL OR TRADE: SIM sq. ft, 4 bedroom lltS.OOO house in B.C. oa future golf course, for bouse or apis. Prefer B Hill or ? 8t3-3d. FOR RENT: two bdrm., 2 bath townhouse, View of Lake, pool, St4 Uketree Ct., B.C. tM-SM7. TBDDfS KITCHENrrTM "Jail hrlag yaar laalkh^.h" sas-ma. ac. HOUSE FOB SALE, Vilk Del Prado, 4 bdm., t bath, less than 1 yr. old, Aroat patio, large rear patio. BV storage, t car garage, rnaay eitras, 9S5,0dd. tM-Stdd. B.C. { J & R HOME MAINTENANCE \ 4 OHoaw Bepalrs • No Job Too Small •UceaicNo. 4 OSpecial Bates fsr Seaior atiseaa f 64S-82S2 or 54-2517 anytime. I After S p.m. 565-58 • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • MOTOB HOME RENT. l*7t tC ft. generator aad air. fklly equipp ed. nS-SWl. B.C. |?la at4 la warry — Marrajr MURRAY MAINTENANCE SEBVICE -Gaacnl ra^ln, fcaa Jy a a .l carrcairy, vilallag, glaHl ailmn.MS-lli. n.C. TBADE EQUITY IN B.C. 2 BDBM. TOWNHOUSE ftir late model Seville, van, or what-have-you. Owaer Agent. 2SS-IWS. LICINSBD CHiU> CABS IN mr aoHE. M-74it oaa. MMRNR EUCTMC Licenied, beaded, iasured. Uc. No. IS1S7. Call tM-lH7 or 2fS-4n WILL BUY YOUB 1 or 2 bedroom Coada or Towahense • CASH FOB YOUB EQUITY if price is suitable for coaversioa into rental uait. Ph. ttS-S137. B.C. KITCHENETTES AND BOOMS FOB BENT. Daily, weekly. DE8EBT INN MOTEL. 2IS-X827. B.C. ( BBOKEN WIND0W8I lUPAIB. GUss sad sslr res. Will lasUllaewmlrrars or replace aid oaes. sn-iiid. WAY NATUKAL FOODS Your complete health food store with every thlag yaa aeed. Open 7 days a weeh. Watch ibr oar monthly specials. tSUSdd M THE SALVATION ARMY IS IN DESPERATE NEED OF FURNITURE AND CLOTHES. PLEASE CALL THE SALVATION ARMY PICK-UP, M9-2374-S-6. AUDITIONS now belag held far soloist aad orgaaist. 2t^44SS. 4dtl. B.C. t FOB BENT i bdrm., 2 bath, Uwis home. $471. 2SS-47Xt. after i pm. No peU.BC FOB SALE: •• PlyaMUth 4 dr. Sedaa. ExceUeat coaditioa. IdM. Ph. SI-MS4. FOR SALE BY OWNER: 4 i bdrm., tV, h(h. HIghlaad Hills. 10% Interest, cash to BMrtgage. 5d4-leS. FOR SALE — HENDERSON — near Black MounUin Golf Course ft O'Callahaa Park, 3 bdrm., 1% bath with $1S,N down — Owaer will carry no qualifying. Immediate possessioa availsble. GREAT NEVADA PROPERTIES COMPANY, Realtor. 29S-S542. IfTtCBBYT PV ft 8BELL. manSSVS,auta,9gas 1 traller^HC^iie^^^"—*NEW S bdrm., 1% bath Model Hoase w garage coaversioa. Lots of space. 4. traveli water pump, ISMarPUshel far IMM. See Tungsten, hefbre after drit pjn. PI ,. ORGAN ft PIANO PRI•'^ ^.IMTE LESSONS. Beglait 'fPI.^ ^V'* iatermediate stnte^rrr SV*''^ Deaais Law EXOTIC OR WILDLIFE BOABDING now avail. Can build to suit. For more inlb. ph. 31-24S4. FREE RENTAL REFERRAL SERVICE IN BOULDER CITY. CAll r DESERT SUN RE|ALTYAT29S-MSI, 1311 Nevada Hwy., B.C. PAINTER. 2d yrs. Local experience. Interior exterior. FBEE Estiasates. Call nS^lN or 8d4-774S. Baclthoe, loader, dump truclt. All for 125. per hr. 293-2115. B.C. C.A. NEED TO SELL YOUR HOUSE? WE WIU BUY IT NOWl Cm 293-1613 ^urty" SmitS, ln. FOR BENT: Studio, duplex apt. Furnished. Conveniently located dowatowa. BLACK mOUNTRIN REALTY ^M. Each office independentty owned and operated. 107-A Water St (Valley Bank Building) Henderson 564-2727 508 Nevada Hwy, No. 5, Boulder City 293-5646 i Far nadar |MS,WS7 nan yon would want a tbrasal dining room, plnah carpeting, a fhaUly room with flreplace, 4 large bedrooms, country kUcben with pantry aad breakout eaanlar, scraened patio and averalaad farage. right? Well, here It is, and BSMh asare in this cnstam built beaaty oa H acre located near the golf eoarse. Call Betty at id4-S7S7 eves. MMltS (dtldt). ITS SO TOmNMIU Wbea yaa an Uvlag la the laxary of thlotataiy4hadraoai.SHhathhaaM, walklag oa year plash carpetlag, drawlag the e ast ern drapes aad leaklag oat to the private paoL It la Jaat laa gaod ta ha traa! CaU Jayae far • aia oa tkla sapar haaw. id4-t727 arnt. IS44SS7 (dlSSS) aUMVAiM TASn Ta flt year badgat? Yea bet! CaU Aal ahoat this boautlfMly decowHk alk-la claaata, hroahftat bar, garage, Is c a t ad oa a coraer lot la • eadorsea aad aaly 1 year old. tSSOMS (11117) SAI1MMIM0IIT Tea caa walk ti towa, sbopplBg, aakaala aad ckaick ftoai thtoltoda woU estabUsftod aolshborkoad. CaU Joaa tUttn (dMin oniANKon This remodeled S bedroom home would mahe a great starter hoBM or perflsct ibr the retired ceaple. Well Bsalatalaed sad decorated with love, thU home hu secarity bars, ballt la vaaity la Master bedroeass, large closeto aad extra parfclag. Call Betty Sd4-I7t7 eves. idMlH (MSS3) There oacc was hoase aear the coarse half acre aad soaed fsr a horse. yoa'U love the decor. Jaat call to see asare. Try It, yoa'U bay It, caU Jayne aad she'U Ue it! Sd4-27X7 eves. 8d4-SU7 (•8881) USTCAU Before owaers must leave this large 4 bedroom hoase with covered patio, block waU feace, aatomattc sprinklers, garage aad located cloae to the golf coarse, nis kerne also has a oae year EBA Warraaty. Call Jayae, Sd4-t7X7 evea. Sd4-US7 (dlld8) Let loose of some of that maaey aad iavest la a low moathly payamat oa this alasost acw 3 bedraom hoase with 2 car garage. Mock wall fence, hmily aad dlaiag room cosablaatlon, laaadry room, excelleat loeatloa aad a 1 year EBA warraaty. Call Joaa *d4-27S7 eves. 884-1888 (18878) II SMrious 3 bedrsom. 2 bath cast home with feaslly raoai, separate I creatloa raeai, dlaiag i Hreplaee, carpetlag, drapee aad a^l tractive wallpaper decor. Calll idd-iTr. unorm MmOTNAlSI A low dowa pagrsaeat caa mavc : late a 8 be dr sam. 1% bath, oa< I home urtik all ipMaacss. I year ewa dfeal aa thb aae! CaU I • 8I331) oeao. 8884888 (I Aad auhe a goad deal oa this 3 bedroom. 1% both hoase with oversted master bsdraa s a, fteahly palated laiteriar, daable driveway, aatamati< IspriaUers aad a low asoathly pay' I meat. Call Jaaa 884-2787 eves 1(14888) HENDBBSON • Saadwich Shop, Ibaslly aperaltoa, 18,888. Call Jagrae S84-t7n evea. 8844887. bedroom. 1% balh hame „ fcMad hack yard, casvstlag aad I liaUydraod.S8447n^^ TO Iowa year owa raataaraat, lead, Iballdlag aad aU oqalpaseat. CALL KEN SSd-ITtt HManum iBftaatariUa rniacaalMaS i balk kmm baa a Ibnaal dlatef aoaacrjr Mleboa, paatry, covoffod patfo aad CaU Eoa la aae Ibto Minv Uim AT IW (OH Tea wlU ha warm aad happy la aamrir.faalag haasa. 8 lafeh walla, solar Mrooas. doaMa paaad via* ( • dSI. hmaiy. tklaS BoaMar Highway ftaatage. owaer wUl aall aU or p. CALL KEN 184-8787 miMiors VTAM • 3 lala. 88 arflaa ftam Coftar CMy.CaUPaal NBAB 0U VBCAB H aaMd fer haeaaa. Gatt Ida 884n>. PAEAMM BILU • 1 ae M. OBH • K =DC SX OMSO Solveat Pbarmaceutl cal Grade Call toU tm 1-880^28474S. 1233 as as BE YOUK OWN BOSS. Set your own hours daliveriag ft selliag Fuller Bruab Productt. |8 to 88. per hr. •484183. L.,.,.. '."iWi^; SESL iikM^ \. BENT X bdrm. apt unAim. lafb. 883-8877. B.C. H0U8ECLEANING, Window wuhing, refiereaces. 283-81M. B.C. GAS TANK • 88 Gallon Capadty. a84-1848. Hda. FOB SALE: 1872 Masda 4 dr.. viayl top. Freshly painted, gsed. Will take less. 30 MPG. Ph. 5S-SZS8. APT. #t>B RENT: d fedrm.. IH bth. 8378 per mo. 1st, last ft 1188 cleaaiag deposit required. NO PETS. Call 888-8881 or ••4-2SI8. ABE YOU UVING WITH A DBINKING PROBLEMr? If so, why aat try Al-Aaon? Meetings are Taos., 18 a.m. at St. Timothy's Episcopal Church. Taes., 8:38 p.as. Clab, 81 Water St., Wed., 8 p.aL St. Rase do Uau Haapital. Ear asore lafbrmatlaa,CaUa8B-8881lda. ATTENTION: WUl ( bulM trach raeha, motorcycle trallara, atU. trailers, tow bara. daao> bu^ trailers. Reasaaable ft Put Ph. •• 8887. Hdfu FOR KENT 3 bedrm. 1% bath. 83N. aM. 8>88 Dep. BABYSITTEB NEEDED. 8 'til S. Moa-Fri. Pittmaa Area. Call after 5. S84-7847. WHIRLPOOL wuher |188. All new loveseat. coach, 2 ead tables, 1 coffee Ubie, 2 lampa Bdna. set, complete 8S88.84-S727. KABBTS FOB SALE. 14. ea. good as peU or eating. • moo. old. S84479d. BABYSITTING la my boaM, say ages. National St area. S884388. Hda. 1*^ • BTAHTOOH ht 7wi 3d Mortmilf in* Tryt Oni% FOR SALE Factory fri>nt bumper ] rack for space tire. New S ply 700-lS LTi Tire ft Wheel. Win flt f all Ford pickups. Asking 888. Call SdS-l" evenings ft weekends.;,* FBEE KITTENS. CaU after 4 p-aa. I88-7747. FOB BENT: 3 bdrm., 8 bth., fireplace, covered palto. 2 yr. old Caaa Uada. Uc. Call Paul, •••-•871 or taesday, October 21,19M NEW LUXUBIOUS LOVELY 3 bdrm., 1% bath houM fer rent. This dolightfbl home has ballt In B-0 garbage disposal aad diah wMher. AU for only |47S per mo. Switch to this spacious hmlly hoase today by caUlag 38d4dSS or 388-8284. STOBE SPACE AVAILA-' BLE. 1388 H-ft-la Vegas. Palat's Brsad aew store St 1284 N. Boalder Hwy., Hendersoa, apsalag Sept. Call Vegas Palat, DINETTB-FOLDINO table ft fermlca tap. 2 chairs. Good coadlUoa. 838. Ph. •84-1848. BBAND NEW 2 bdrm. Oakridge Apt. la Hendersoa |3S8 per mo. Call SS4883. [^ • • mi EZB KB — WANTED — HAIRDRESSER TO RENT STATION BUSY SALON INQUIRE HAIRITAGE STYUNG PARLOR, 101-C AtlanUc. Hdn. 565-7368. B EZBD HENDEBSQN Uaf. house i fbr rout. 8 bdrm.. 1 bth. ; home. 2 car garage, feaced yd. 8888 per mo. Elite Property Management, Ltd. Realtor. Ph. 737-74M. NEW APT. IN B.C.. 2 bdrm.. 1 bath, stove, raf. ft dishwasher. No pets, 8388 mo. 7374838. B.C. FsTrentriTilidrmTtniir" era. |38 to 888 wh. 5884784 or 588-7141. STUDIO APT8. Utilities. Color TV, linens. |78.88 wh. 481-2448. FOR RENT: Kitchenettes. $24. wk. Utilities pd. Shady Rest Motel. 588-7888. Jidn. 1888. 8 X 38 SPARTAN, in park saadel trailer. Water cooler aad awainga. $38M. Call after 8. 288-4873. B.C. LEASE OPTION: Clean as a pin, excellent area. 3 bdrm., 2 bath, garage, lease optton 8488. W-81B8. monthly credit. Dlverslfled leuiag. 787-7777. BOOMMATE WANTED: WIU share 2 bdnn., 2 bath house w-responslble female or male, (prefer non-saMher) Casa Linda Area of leaderaoa. 8878. mo. lacludes util. Ph. 884-1488. VOICE LESSONS: Specialist. Beglaaers ta prafessloaal. Plaao lessoBS avail. Ph. Fie Raymoad, 88Md88. Hda. NEED A CART New la' Towa? OM la IWwa^Jla CrodftTSkerttlaseoatke jab? Oaly 8188,8888; 8888b or 8488 dowBl Need aa AatomobUe to get arouadr Coatact as. We apprave ear ewa coatracto. iaataat delivery. We win pick yoa ap ft bring yoa ta ear car lal. Just talephaaa 184 888. NEVADA AUTO SALES, 1813 N. Bldr. Hwy. BenI derson, Nov. One bloch south of Saaset Blvd. ft Bldn Bwir. SHAKLEE PRODUaS Rhoda [> Hagadone Authorized Distributor 293-4350 B.C. Well Call On You AAION FENCING Free Eilimoto* Chain Link i Wood Fencing 30 Yoon Exp. Ph. 4S1-8190 CUSTOM HOME FOB SALE, toaviug area must seU. 1888 S4. ft. 3 bdrm.; 2H bath, stap saver Utcbea, flually na., fireplace, Uoch wall, BV parking 8188,888. Call after 8. 2834878. B.C. REMEMBEB last winter when you couldn't And firewood? Buy BOW before it cools off ft save. Delivered ft stack. Pinion pine8U8 4x4x8. Prices go up U-140. Ph. 588-7482. BOULDER REALTY 293-3232 416 Nevada Highway Boulder City, Nv. ID i I MLS, S HtANK KOZAl 1 S 736-7006 170-6456 S S Aik y*r nclskbcr. b kr knows nx. FOB SALE: 2 bdrm., 2% bth. Dbl. wide Bsoblla hoaao. 1 yr. old. Law dowa. Tako over pymla. No Balifyiag. Lie. Call Paal, S8ftt71. 84 BAJA BUG. Pally rhalM oaglao. aew tlrsa ft rinw. ftaat ft roar craah gBaHa.BaU bar, adr read saala ft carpotad latartor. 8I88B Fh. 8884848 after 4 FOB BENTSmaU 3 bdrm., 1 bath home in well-established neighborhood, won't last long. $378. 283 3232 LA DOLCE VITA Price redncttoa!! 2 bedroom tawaboase la groat locatloa. Come OB dowa aad preaeat year oflbr. 1888 a^are feet of iadeor Uriag aad 1888 s^aare feet of eatdaor Iba aad recroatlaa with privata blach walled yard. CaU for appatataseat 8S8,888.8a IT ISNT EASY TO RND A HOME THAT HAS EVEBYTHING, bat we thiah we've got U aU la this 8488 saare fbat boflse with spadaiki rooma with aaly the very best la eraftasaaaahlp aad coaattactioaFireplace with coaveraattoa pit prorides a coay, yet elegaat a tm as p kere. Lovely laadacapod yarda with pool aad spa wlU cortalaly coariace yea TMIS IS IT! COBONADO ESTATES alae meaaa easy, coaUbrtable, carefree Iriag la tkla attractive mobUe boaw la BaaMer City's flaest msbUe booM estates. Yea owa the load plaa 1838 s^aare feet af spacioas Iriag. Large coraer let, with ^ay of BV Parklag aad cool greea laadacapiag. LAKETBEE UVING Bad unit fer extra privacy aad a Utfce bedroom unit that is neat and c|eaa. Skop around aad compare, yan'U see that tbla is hard ta heat. Lake view from Uring ream picture window. Priced at 878,888.88. CAPE COD A bit af New England wUh the charm aad coBvealeace of the ad's in this 3 bedraom. 8888 square feet hoase la golf course area. Pleaty af storage aad large s p a ri aas hedraams. This hoase featares fireplace la the feasll y raem aa weU aa the auster bedroo m A mast ta see. Call fer fbrther laferautloB aad appolataseat ta riew. DOUBLE TOUR PLEASURE in thlr -f) ^*^>* **9^* > • MtabUshed neighborhood. Beaatllbl yarda. well m>*{\ V-iasMe out and entaide in. Call aad you'll be amased at Uds Boulder % ^. Priced at appralaal. WHAT IS BOULDEBCITY? Boulder aty Is best described by this 3 bedroom. 1% bath home with beaatlAil trees aad yarda. Excelleat coaatractloa fNmtep to bottom with persoaaUty that is aat^ae oaly ta B oalder aty. Call Jaaa ar Jeaata fer appalataeat. ATTENTION ALL • SasaU, bat dellghtfbUy cata aad clean home with dealraMe tanaa. Take over exlstlag FHA m o r tg ag e aad asove ea la. 2 bedreaass wHh free standing flreplace la Iriagraoas. Neat aa a tack ... Notblag deoa it Lack. TOP or THE UNE1B0BILE HOME • Coraaada Eatatee mabUe hame with beaatlfbUy laadacapod cal • de aae let Thta haasa baa had aalhlag bat Teader Loriag Care which yaa wUI Immedl B t e ly reco gala e aad app r o rl ala. Large roem a with privacy WlU be years if yoa so deoiro. DUPLEX la BaaMer City that U eeattaUy leeated aear dewatawa. Over 1788 Huare Iset with oae ualt eferlag 8 bedraama, 1 bath aad the ether aalt eMsrlag 8 hsdrasms 1% batka. Exeeltaat raatals. Beceatty r a asads l sd. CaU fer mare lais. Appa l aiMtJt aaly. BE EINQ OP YOUB CASTLE aa tkls H acre let la Laa Vegaa. 3 bedrooai, 2 plaa bath hease oa large ttrmtt cal do sac lot Large rech two way flraplace la llriag aad ibmlly reema. Tap aftho Uae appUaacea aad aaMBtltlea too aaataroaa to meatMa. X4BLL-NT TEBIB8. OWNEB IS ANXMHJ8!! APARTMENT LAND la Baalder aty acroea fram the aew First Weotam Plasa. <2reat taima. 8 B4 Late aad owaer wUI ceaaldar real eetato < poaalMe halldlaga are avaUabIa dar iaspectloa. H PLUS ACBE IN LABEVIEW 1^ avallahta throagh BoaMar Priced 888,888u88. Obtaers wlU cany ar flaaacDam Paderal CradH Ualoa If rsaMeat af BC. SUBDIVISION II • Wa-U skew yaa kv ACBE LOT. BaUd yoar read where. iyoaroal I la hla preaittons area. FOB BALE: GaMar.Ufce • AVIBWTOUWOirTEVEBBOObatwUld4eerbehappywllkHacrelB8ak.ll • that caa aaly ha lato*od by eeaatraettaaaf year beasa.Gtaatpeteatlal-step >>8*^ • byaadlsralaak. AlaaU • •••••••• BBflaa. POB BALBI If98< 'TsaraftOaaa Wacaa. ONE OWNEa BBC. raaalag s aaditlsa. 7t,aitaLPriea.|1S8iPk. JUNE HAIWEN, BBOEBB JENNIE BABNES PBQ6T MAVCBBI JANICE CBAWfOBO •••••••• ..8884B8 DICXOLBON MBLOVNAWAT BATABNBBON .jm4B7l J416 mV. HWir. loiMtfQty,;ig.PHONt 293-3232 -— .\ <. k. Uv *.. .... t.j. S ^ '' i a ii\.uJiiji, Ov(*t>ttmHHl.n.n,if.,l :c c 1818 PLYMOUTH Velare 8 CyLLow aslles. exceBeat CoBd. 83888. Call 884-7888. 1878 AUO self contained 31' travel trailer. Air. Frent tip out. Perfect cond. 88888. 884-7888. 0VEBEATEB8 ANONYMOUS: Moodays, Bm. 38, avic Center. CaU 8784487 fer more iaforBMtioa. DEBB flUN^ERB: Please daaata deer scraps, unwanted fl-eeier mesta or other meat scrapsta Betty Bonn's Animal Adoption. 381-8484 or 88-8888. 8 BDBM. HOME. Upgraded coado lacludes wuher dryer, ref., 8378. mo. $188 refuadable deposit 1st moBth's reat moves you la. Call Jerry at Boberto Bealty 8d84847 ar home EABN EXTBA MONEY. Have fuB too. Welcome WagoB Is laohiag for ciric miaded reps. Flexible hrs. Call 873-7887. E.O.E. BUICB 72 Electra. good coad. $1288. Uts of extras. 883-2888. B.C. SAVE A TBIP ta the dump. Doaata leftovers tnm your yard sale ta Betty Hoaa's Animal Adopt. Call 381-2484. LEASE, LEASE-OPTION, FOB SALE. 4 bdrm. custom hoase. H acre. Available iaunediately. Gorgeous view of city. Omni Beal Estate Co. 881-8868. EveaiBgs, Babbl, 488-8888. 5 FOR SALE I 1979 FORD S BRONCO Laa4ad, Ranger XLT,y antoautlc, power brakes,^ 14,M8 mllea. Cruise^ Ceatrol. Tilt Wheel, ^ Tinted Glass, Custom^ Psint, captain's chalrs,^^ chrome locking wheels,^' big tires, 88,SOO. CASH.^ Call RosaLee at 584-1881,9^ to 5. Hdn. „. ..^.„ „^ w '.•:•' • %•:• PAINO IN 8T0BAGE Beautiful spinet console stared locally Reported like new. Bespoaslble party can take at big saving OB low paymeat balance. Write Joplln Piano, P.O. Box 418, Lake Havssu City, As. 88483. EXPEBIENCED OPC girl as s greeter for tourists. Call 283-4783. 10 til 5. B.C. GABAGE SALE, Thurs. ft Fri. 8 s.m., utility trsiler, aatiques, books, toys, dotkiag, misc. 1422 San Felipe, B.C. MUST SELL 12x88 Mobile hoBM. 2 bdna. 1 bath total elec. Furalabed. lacLt storage shcda. Set up ia Adult park. |8SN. 18 Country Clnb Dr. Hda. HONDA ODVSSEY, rell cage, DG head, clatch, piK> aaw WIeaco pisteas. Faxx shochs. Excelleat coad. Fast. |148. 2884818. BC UNFUBNISHED mobile home for reat in Head. 1-2-3 bdrms., ft take oVer psymcBts $288 ft up. •48-3838. FUBN. AFT. 1 bdrm. Util. ftaru. Adulto only. No pels. Next to Skyliae Casiao, 1728 Bldr. Hwy. 8888. per mo. ft 88 cleaaiag ft danuge deposit. FOB SALE '87 Pontiac Station wagon. New tires. Good engine, •4tS. 283-1142. B.C. FBESH FBOZEN BERBYS. A variety for your favorite Jams or jellys. Pure Juice, siso avail. ORDEB NOW. 884-2844 or 585-8e83. CAT L0VEB8: Uug haired kittens. Calico, yellow Tiger, Light ft dark gray. Many more. Betty Bonn's Aaiaul Adopt. 381-51S7. nXING FOB WINTEB please donate your unwanted space heaters, blanheta, carpet, cardboard boxes, etc. Betty Bonn's Animal Adopt. 3dl-2484. RELIABLE MATURE woman wants to babysit in your home. Any hours: day or night. 588-8834. 3 Bdrm. house for rent on quiet cul de ssc. New carpets & drapes. Large locking storage shed. $450 mo. Ph. 565-7263 aft. 8. ?A TIOS itROOM ADDITIONS HCVSTOM HOMES RICHARD BROWN CtHStrtefim General Contractor LK #17105 Boulder City Henderson Las Vegas RICHARD BROWN if GAIL BROWN j^tOYraExpenence 293-4177 am ua*i Ti|ipm CoastractiM FREE ESTIMATES REMODEUNG PATIO COVERS ADDI'nONS DeVan Tippetto (owner) Lie. No. 138*4 Ph. 8d5-M58 B99wasmmmmmm< 125 W. LAKE MEAD DRIVE HENDERSON, NEVADA PHONE 565-8947 WE'LL GIVE YOU THE PROFESSIONAL ADVICE YOU NEED ABSOLUTELY NO OBUGATION! WE ^ TAKE TRADE-INS AND BUY EQUITIES!! '. HIGH INTEBE8T BATES — Keeping you from owning a home. Come sec this 1488 (sot, 3 bedroom beaaty wiUi gorgeous, hsndBuide hardwood csbineta, econosaical gas, air and heat and eaiy to qualify for. Owner-carried terms. Priced at 155,888. CaU 565-8847 to see or 584-3286 evenings. INVE8TOB8' DREAM 1888 foot, custom-built home, 128' deep fenced lot. Features 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, ftreplsce, family room and more. Your reasonable down allows take over of low interest FHA loan. Provides good cash flow, Usted far |6S,88. DetalU at 588-8848 or S84-3286 nighta. NEARLY NEW 4 bedroom 2 bath walk-In closets, in belter tract area of Henderson Has Intercom and central vacuum systems IdlJSS. takes it you lake over eilsting loan. Call 5684847 or evenings at 8844888. EXTRA NEAT' And nicely decorated. 3 bedroom home has suto. sprinhlers, immsculate grounds, garage, big covered patio all fer only 888,688 and the owner will help nuance. Call ^M8-8M7 ar evenings st 884-3888. READY TO RETIRE And have some money to invest ia a one bedroom honsc? Call to see this one. New carpet and drapes plus a nice feaced yard. •34,588. Call 8884847 or eves. 884-27U. HAPPINESS IS Owalag s beaalifbl custom built home without all the haasle two bedrooms, two baths and a large femlly room that could be a third bedroom. Built for energy efllciency on a half acre with a riew yoa wouldUt believe. 888,888. CaU Boberta Bealty fer appt 8884M7 or eves. S68-84U. "A FULL HOUSE" and I moaa Ibll — completely fbmlshed plus all appllaaees. Lavely dinette set and Uring room fOraltare, there are evea oU paiatiags. Three bedleoau. 8 baths. 2 car garage — it has everythiag! |dg;888. Call 8884M7 ar eves. 884-1888. NOT BAD! Just a little rough aronad the edges — aceds TLC. Three bedrooms hoaw oa large comer lot. Fenced aad baa spriahlers for 851,88*. Call 5684*47 or eves. 884-1888. BBEATHING BOOM You'll have on thia acre with a fear bedroom hooM — aet completely flnished ... so yon haadymea call fer details! Extra large liriag room aad dlaiag too. Alae baa corrals fer the horse fevers. CaU 884M7 or eves. 886-8483. LAND —LAND MISSION HILLS — beaatifbi riew Iota with prices from 888,688,822,688 aad 888,688 far a coraer. SECTION 18 Perfect balldlu sita ea paved road — Meal terms of low dowa aad mahe offer oa tenns CALL BOBEBTS BEALTY FOB OTHBB LAND LUTINGS g ^^SPECIAL OF THE WEEK^^ i* BESEBVE ONE NOW!! The seleetioa of ^ur fbturtHomd la Arrowbesd Estates Towahomes Is still great. Small amouat dowa wUl hold your choice of 4 models. There are 2 ft 3 bedrooau, single ft 2 story unite, ft all have 2 car garages You will enjoy a clabboflse, pool, spa, ft 2 toaals courts, ft best of all, there will be no yard work or worries so why writ? B JENSEN'S REALTY 219 WATER ST. Wiioa HtNDIRSON, NV. 8901S D. "JIM" JENSEN 564-3333 BROKER as.; lattB m DOME HOME in Boalder City. H acre loaed for horses, 2,686 sq. ft. plus 1,866 sq. ft. garage workshop area. Lowest priced In this area and owner will flnish to suit buyer. Owner says: "Sell it fbst" ... Call Paul. WHO NEED IT? If you live in a noisy and busy area, it's time for a change to peace and qaiet in this large custom home on a hill with super view St no extra cost A large Uring room with a massive flreplace. SUPEB CUSTOM HOME. \k acre lot, block wall, custom drapes, plush carpet, flreplace, beauUtal view of Vegas. Tahe ever existing FHA Loan. Avrilable immediately ... CaU Paul. THIS LOVELY 3 BEDBOOM. I 78 bath home sbows Uhe a dream Only 8 months old Has autonutlc sprinklers, water softener, ft large back yard. Take over existing asortgage. Far more detrils ... Cril Katkerine. THIS 4 BEDBOOM, 2 bath home is s steal. LoH cated high up, has a beautlfbl riew of Vegas £* Valley. Ail appUaaces stay, Urge feaced yard,^ ^ terms negotiable. Vacant. Move ia oa credit approval. More iBfermatioa? ... Call Katberiae. ^; EXCELLENT TEBMS oa UiS 2 bedroom re^"' modeled home oa a large lot with asatnre trees ] In quiet area close te towa ... Cril Al. jsi LAKE VIEW DBEAM HOME IN BLDB. HTY. 3644 sq. ft., with 3 bedroeass, 2H baUia, spa iaslde, 2 wet bars, wood floors, aad roof gardea. You feel like you caa reack out aad tonck Lake Mead... CaU Paul. DECISIONS! DECISIONS! If yen feel yoa have to move to Vegaa, do it aew wkile we kave sack an eicellent valae la a home, large ft roomy with family room, 4 bedrooms aad a great neighborhood off Troplcana ... Cril Alice. PBIME BUILDING LOT. 2H acres sooed as Bench Estotes la Sectloa 4. Owaer will coasider seUlag property aa 2 Iota at IVt acres each. Nice view, aad property is tevel. Price is right... Call Srily. LOOKING FOB A GOOD VALUE oa 2H to 5 acres of BE. property? Pouible re-soaiag to comsMrciri... Cril Cartis. LOTS AVAILABLE Sectloa 27 and Hlllcrest Maaor... Terau ... Cril Paul. ATTN. DEVEL0PEB8 AND LAND SPECULAT0B8: 3.16 acres of B3 load ia best srea of Headeraoa. City approvri tar 76 apartmeaU. Soase tarsas avaltoMe ... Cril Cartla. OPEN MONDAY THBU SATUBDAY •:66 AM to 6:86 PM AFTER H0UB8 CALL: 1 -si -2 CASH FOB OLD, ANTIQUE, UNIQUE CLOTHING. 88S-88n. BC ELIMINATE HOUSEWOBK. Will cleaB year: hauae so your days off wlU' be yoars. 868-1448 or; ^ 568-8767. Hda. 5R H I .I. I i M I H i 8 tie96iiWWftBW|i DEPUE BUSINESS SEBVICE All year tax accoBatlag, Moathly heokkooplag ft Payroll, Mrillag Uata • AdvertlslBg, Spodallaad ft Tetal Cities • Carale DePae, Praprtetresa, 818 S. Boalder Hwy., Hda. 8844874. MANY BANK FORECLOSURES. Eaay flaaaclag w-pyarta. lower tkaa reat Flaloy Mobile Hoaw Sales, 88 MUSTANG, aaods Uta body aad lalorier work. Raas • sod. 8B84T88. BC JACK'S TRACTOR SERV|a • Basements • House Pads • Septic Tanks • Job Site acanup •.J'UI Dirt • Power Uaes JACK VAUSE, OWNER 56$-0MS ^ WE BUY USED BATTEBIES. 82.66 eack. BIG JOHN ft ^ SONS, 1631 | Foothill Dr., B.C. | CAN'T BEAT IT! 8 yrs. new Lewis home (.1 stery). Extremely low takeover loan! 888,786. price tag! Rob Scott Bealty Bealtan 877-8361, Erv 878-31M. ACB0S8 FBOM'' CIVIC CENTEB: there's fbture development value here onUils68'x8*'letwithan older 3 BR., IH Bath home plus carpart. Oaly |8d,***. Bob Scott Berity Bcaltors 87783*1, Kea 588-8638. AFFOKDABLE 6 YR. old 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath home near elemeatory school. Creative owner flnanclng available. 1 yr. protection plan. Bob Scott Realty Realtors 877-8361, Ken 5854638. F(LLER^S HOME DECORATING SEBVICE "'You can't get a better Feller^ PAINTING CLEANING DECORATING PAPEB HANGING [)UAUTY WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED, r INTERIOR ft RONALD FELLER EXTERIOR 293-5092 rf^ J I PAUL'S I I PLASTERING | Stucco work refinlBh-1 I ing houses, small ad-11 I ^'Wm-zm or I 8 ^28^1645. B.C. 11 SILVER ROWE KfNNILS BosrdlBi • Oroomint Traininc tiveitock Pad I Pick Up a Deltvary Mrvicefl 1M0 Pirkaon Road ^4-1983 Unfimiislied Apts. tbadraom Piooi-WaahiBg MaeblM H*akp NO PETS ChlldrcB Welcome IDESERT GARDEN APARTMENTS IMMNiSOfl 565-9051 MS Sandy Way No. t — HenderMB HANDYMAN BEN DErVE will help yau with rem4eliB( ar flinp. Carpentry, plumhlag, eleclrlcil, ceaeat, flrcplicf I. palntlaf, ttacco, patia eaven. Ph. taS^74SS. I— Television and Antenna Specialties of Boulder City Custom Antennas for the most ia viewing and listening pleasure. PH. 2*3^S7* OR I 565-5327 8 FOR SALE: Hame Eatertainment center w-tape dech, radio, record pUyer ft space fer TV. 1288. Ph. 8684687 sfter 18 am. 114 Cedar. Hdn. 1874 FORD, Open Road Motorhome. 2*3-3*68. _B.C. FOR BENT: HIghlaad HlUa.3bdna.,2bath.848* ma. ft 8888 cleaaiag ft damage deporit 868 886 1 Hda. FOR BENT IN HENDBBSON: 8 bdrak Tawaboase. Private patio. Pool Prtrilegee. 8888. per am. MB ncnas? WANT TO SWATV Profeariaaal Pbstagrapkor wUl trade partrrita or group pictarea or advertlaiBg plctaroa far Whalhave-yoa. Maybe you have a aertvee or pradari I '^ CALL WOOIT 2f^S4A2. O.C FOR SALE, 1*78 YAMAHA 128 Eaduro, low miles, ssking 8*** excel, cond., 2*34881 or 8*3-3464 ask for Candee B.C. ALUMINUM PATIO COVERS Screen Rooms — Carports All Sizes — Quality Work WINTER PRICES NOW. JIM'S AWMIMG SERVICE 873-4183 Stato Contractor Jim Jensen Alice Filb ......~~...... Al UFraacols PaulGargls ~..M Curtis Young Sally Jeusea Katberiae MIteheU, Biy Hayes. ^Bvalya Morrell. .868-8877 ..8844788 ..88M871 ..86*4878 ..888-8877 TKe ftealtu 565-8731 ERA introduces the only riak-fkee way to buy or sell your home. • FIRST, WE HELP YOU BUY A NEW HOUSE a Sellers Security lets you buy before you sell wltboot riih. a It gives you your equity whea you need It, up front and Intaroot bee. • THEN, WE'LL MAKE YOUR PAYMENTS \ a It eliminated the posslbiUty of double mortgage paymeatt. AND, IF NECESSARY, EBA WILL fiVEN BUY Y6U1 OLD HOUSE • Sellers Security assures the sale and selling price of your present hoaie. The ERA Sellers Security PIsn. It's another reason why yau> ERA Real Estate Specialist is the peraon yon need ta know la real estate. FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT ERA THE REALTY CENTER. '5454731 HENDERSON, NEVADA Earh afTIrr iBdrarndrntlv awaeO 6 operal4. m REALTOir MLS i2r HeiNJIersoa LIVE ON THE HILL in this Executive type home Has 3 Fireplaces! 4 Bedrooms, 3 Full Baths, one with Roman Style tub, wet bar, TriLevel. Walkin closets. 6 tons of air, 1 year Bayers Protection Flan. No. 61980. $129,500. Call Chuck 5M-2765. WALK IN TALL COTTON Be the proud owner of this lovely block home 3 bedroom, IV* bath, large 2 car garage 1 year Buyers Protection Plan. No. 61113. Appraised at $67,850. Call Chuck at 564-2765. WATER STREET COMMERCIAL PROPERTY Two Buildings one new, one older Townsite. Both for only $175,000. No. 59226. For more Info. Call Chuck 564-2765. DOUBLE WIDE This mobile home sits on a large lot, 76X130 ft. was asking $47,500. Now only $41,200. No. 59095. Call Chuck 564-2765. GREEN VALLEY SLEEPER The place everyone is talking about, this 3 bedroom, 2 bath plus 2 car garage, custom features includes double payne windows, extra insulation ft sprinkler system. One-Year Buyer's Protection Plan. No. 58098. Only $79,500. Call Chuck 564-2765. MOBILE HOME This 2 bedroom Family room sits on approx. 1/3 acre with Plenty of shade trees, tally fenced. No. 48281. Priced at $29,950. Call Chuck 564-2765. GREAT SPANISH STYLE 3 Bedroom, 1^ bath, custom built on one fUll acre in Mission Hills. Zoned for Horses, new house for only $86,500. One-Year Warranty. Cril Chuck 564-2765. No. 52317. SWEET TATER PIE • Is the way to describe tkls custom built home. Plenty of shade trees Front and rear. 3 Bedrooika, 1% batks, ftally feaced. adobe brick fireplace ia large 13X26 liriag roam. Cloae to schools and sbopplng. No. 60113. Call Ckack 564-2765. TOWNSITE ONE BLOCK FROM TOWN • t bedroom, ideal for retired couple or small hmlly. Walking distance of downtown. Yard could be real nice with a little seeding ft TLC. Reduced to $40,000. Call JoAnn 565-8731, Evenlnp S6d-2IS5. MLS 53242. STARTER HOME at SUrter Prlcea. Low down take over payments Only $43,700. fbr a pretty, white 2 bedroom, bungalow. No. 60766. Call JoAnn. Evenings 564-2155. LOOKING FOR A BUILDING LOT Vi acre with utilities available in fast growing custom home area. Live in a country atmosphere clean air • but convenient to town. Good flat lot at a good price. Call JoAnn, 565-8731, evenings: 564-2155. MLS NO. 54809. COUNTRY LIFE WITH STYLE — Life like a queen-eiUoy the luxury of a beaulifnipoal and lanai, plus the peace and quiet of the canntry. This energy efficient country home custom built by owner with attention to every detail aita on IV4 acre with a beautifkil view of the valley Has attractive Desert Landscaping and a very low maintonance pool and patia area. Call JoAnn S6S4731 • 564-2155. MLS No. 57663. PLAYBOY PAD — Entertainer's ddlight witk a pool and spa inside your fkont door. Huge indoor lanai or Florida room with watorfalls, fireplace, sl^Ughte, and Barbeque. Family roam has Fireplace ft conversation pit; kitchen is a dream with bnilt in food processor, tile counters ft Italian tile flooring. Play tennia in your own private tennis court. Spanish Casa perches on hillsida overlooking whole valley spectacular view. Definitely one of a kind. Call JoAnn, 565-8731 564-2155. MLS No. 57362. H ACRE WITH CUSTOM HOME Very passible this property could be toned C-1 Commercial. All this for only $125.88t. No. 5S4S1. For nMr Inlb. Call Chuck 564-2765. LAS VEQAS LOCATIONS : ISIS E.T10P. NO. S5 OB 41 8. BAINBOW HENDERSON LOaTION: 117 Atloirtk

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• ^.^ • ^.ii 1^.11 ,...,11 • H ill i w i w • '* • • •ISSSSMS **' • — I Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada PageM Tnesday, October tl.JtM. ervTime you use the want Ads It's like having a party line to all the buyers, sellers and services offered in the community! Put them to work for you. Just call-Jt's opportunity ringing! NEW CFFiaENa AFARtMENTS— Vtilltlet Paid... $165. 2BDKM.UNF.~|25.ap. RESERVE NOW USTMINISTER APARTMENTS 564-5959 565-5304 mmmmmmmmmtmmmt [KAWASAKI-DEALEit 'BOULDIK JET SKI BBNTAL Yaarllfh PeifmuaM Oaatar 8ALBS4SIMV1CE IIUNTangkway • .c-sn^ias NEW PARE llBglc. Dkl. Trlpl* l4t (HCM.|llU|IU.A4aU* (bally MCUM. Lugt pfl, •• • •It cwan. thafflebMN 4 9liygr*B4. Villa HrrsMa Maklla • • • • Park. tt I MaHc Way. MI-TM. I"PH!UIR""I I I I RADIO A TV EXPERT SERVICE Ettabllthed IfU 2 w. PAaiic HENDEiUON I I I i TAPE rccar^r P.A. Sjrtlaai. Balda 4r Upe. Aadlolraalct Madcl US. G4 CB4. IIS. each. iS4-l4S. I 564.2170 ACUPVNCTURK • Arthrltii, kanltU. algralae, aithaa, alltrgy. strakc, iclallca, • laas. Ph.SIS-7Ba| BtodilllMi 1 MOSSBTS MASONRY iDsin Moniirik^ IIMsHn CoitfTlv^^ il Lit No. 147BB MUUERCin t bdrM. UWB1IIM, |H balh, raagc, • • dltbwuhsr, rat. privato yari. carpcdaf MM. Ill m: raatf phit le-^ pstlt. naatdUU I iBovelB.Pk.lll-tl4t or 2IS-1NI, B.C — FOR SAIE — USED PONTOON BOAT: t8 foot. Rebuilt w-aew factory nude a^UBBinum pontoons; twin 38*1, completely fenced for safety; tbade top for sleeping, diving. See at Weekender Storage on Boulder Highway, Henderson. $40M. CASH. Private owner. CaU Sd4-I881, ask for RosaLee. Hdn. POB BENT, U Dak* VIU coBdo,CMnB.,mkath.l aUry. |47t • •. lat aad laat. 4S-4as liar aw*St'BPLUS JEEPS, CABS, TBVCK8. AvaUaMa Uira Gaverameat Agaaelat, auay aaii ter aadar ISiS. Call (SSt) t41-StSI ait. 4IOoahatoeMalayMr aurplaa DIractary. BOULDEB HOME POB SALB BY OWNBB. Naw UwlakaM.lSSSB.B.S Mm.. 1% talk. PP,IkaL na. wllk kar. Bank tea* dcar. MIcrawavc raaiA Halt aad drapta lacladad. 11% PHA aaaaaaakia laaa. Pricad la acll at |SS,Me. Call SIS4SIS. B.C. CHILD CABE IN MY HOME.Aayae SM-lMS. YOU NAME IT! WE DO IT! Na Jak tao amall. Bealdcatlal ar caamarclal. SN.4tM.B.C ALOE VEBA Diatrikotor. Tke Plaat la a kattk aaed far karaa, artkritia, ptln, aaa •argteal faca lift. iS4-isa. BBSS FOR RENT NewSbdrm.Zbath.t car gakage. M7BPh. Hendergon Realty, J5S4-251S. FOB BENT: t bdrm. apt. tZSS. per me. Pk. SS4-1M3. Hdn. HOUSE POB SALB ar laaaa la B.C. 4 kdrm., t4 katfc., fan. rm., 2 atary. Call 4ss-74aa POB BENT: New kernel. S, t, A 4 kdnaa. Avail. New. •47-S74S. BUYING OUTBIOHT, Paraltare aad Mlac. GENTLY USED, 1S4S Wyooalag. B.C. FOB RENT: 3 kdm. kaaae. Feaced fraat yd. UUIIty pertk, aewly palaled laaldaBeat-SSSSparaw.* HISTORY SC4-1S4S. Hda. BOOK. 1M. 7 te 8:S am. ^'ABWTW'LAUNDBY 5 Japea S daya a week, PAYING DISCREET; : CASH far qwOlty an-; Uiquea. THE PAKj \ RAT, U4 Nev. Hwy.,: I B.C. M70t. POB BENT: Hcaderaea akarp 1 kdna. Steve, ref. Oaiat aafe area. 4S4 Perllto Way. MM ma. Pk. MS-TtU. SBWINO • *€ • aa4 ac>' • • • eleaaara rapalrtd. • eaSNiBN-8 8IWING CBNTaa Mt Ava. C. Mt-fna. B.c. w*weia^o^wwwwwa>wwi MKI'S PAMfWG SiRVKI RealdcBtial — Commercial nS4605 ttS-5720 381-2129 Office Home Beeper Free eatimatet-~StBte Uc. No. 017SU .Licensed Real Etate Broker, -H0MB8BBAND NEW IN HENDBB80N!! Ploaae call ear aflica at SSSMil fcr dctalla ea kew eaay It la te parckaae thia aew kaaae. Tke price la ealy MS,iM.(SS,SSS aadar afralaal).Tke keme kaa 1M4 Hoan >Nt UvaMe • a lavcly Hreplaca, livlag raom. three kedraama, aad two kalha. It weoM kc ear pleaeare ta akawyow. COBY LHTLK HOME IN THE OLDBB SECHON OP TOWN. S kadraaiM, IH katha. New carpet, freak palat. Oaly M4.SiS> A VBBT VNiqVB PUMMl PLAN!! Very alco. "^ImK >.k^<'MaM, aoaalkle hmtik. Storage saloro. Yea iAIt aiM'tUa kerne to appreciate. Tke price ia |IM,MS. ABE YOU LOOBllio PIOR Wf INVB8TMBNT?? We kave a koBM la HaBderaoa wktch weaM make a alee reatal ar a vofy coiy boaa |kr a yoaag ceapla or tke yeaag la koart wBo ar* vacallaalac fer tke aest few yearr Tke prteo lo rigkt MSJSS. It kaa S kadreama, 1 hatk. We wlU ke kappy to ikaw yoa. MOBILE HOMES — IT STILL SMELLS UKB NBWf! t kcdraom, 1% kotk. la Villa Heraaoaa (aew aader aew maaageaMat). A ItTS Paqaa C aac ade fer ealy m.MI. Plaaaa call SSS-SSS7 m detalb. HEBE IT IS! AISTS Tltaa, 2 kcdraoaa. 1% katk. Meet tke auaager. Tke price la MS JMt aad II la Brai. Ploaae call Naacy at SSI-ISIS fer detaUa. A OBBAT PLACE TO 8PE1W THE WINTEB!! It'a a very alee kOaae. There are t kedreoaaa, 1 hath. Jaat right fer a retired eoaple ar a alaglc Knoa. Oaly lit JSS. Plaaaa eaU Jaha fer detalla. BUNIWrSSPBaAL!! ISM SI iaal Alrttioaak Ike Cadillac of koaae trailera. Vary eaay to pU. Yoara fer M.SM.SS. Pleaac caUMB^aSVferdalalla. POB YOVB PBB80NAL INSPECTION OP THIS 1*72 NASHUA Lacatod ia Baalder Trailer Park pleaac call Joka at SSS-SM7. Tke aricc fer tkia Ik hoaw la MMSM. BABINC OINOEBINAPB IN THIS KnCHEN IS A DBUGMTt! It la ia a haaMUM IIM SchaH makile haM la Vina Heraaaoa'a adaB oaly aacttaa. The pork to aader aew maa^amaat. The price af the haaae la S27JSS. Pleaac caU Doaaa at SSI-SM7 fer aa POB ONLY I1SMS.M YOU CAN ENJOY UVING IN A1S7S14XM BAINBHID( MOBILE HOME. It lBla e ato d lB ai arwaadPaih. P toaao ca UDaaaaat SSS-lSUferdalalla. IMS BICHABDSON IN VILLA HEBM08A. Tke price to fldtSSS. Plaaao call fer a time to aee it. HBBTB A OINOBBWOOD GBM! Jaal Uho aa. Vary oU carod fer. A goad bay at ISdJSa. The haoaa to total electric aad eaergy eincteat Plaaaa caU MS-ISU fer aa appolBtmaal to aoe thiahaaaa. MOUNTAINS, LAO VIEW. WHAT MOBE CAN YOU A8K POBTT Ifit BaeUaghaaa. SttdS. 2 kodfoam. 2 bath. Daahia gatMia. We woaM love to ahow UUa kama to yoa. II to what yoa have keea tooUag fer. no prtoo fer moMlo kama. UH aad garage to fer.nofrtoo 9ss.rasji WINTBHIiCOMlNO!! Hofo to a loM^ MIM maMk kaaae ea a woU appolatod lal. Thoro to a daahk s^nga plaa mach eUn atoraBa mm IBo prtc* to ISSJSS. Lal to la> chadodlalhoirioo. OOIDBN NIMWBT. fear. Oialy SSJMM IwNav I Vm .„ fNSOOMI UJ IM-Uil aOS.1207 RIAITOO CMM le 1 • 10 Nevada NIBKWOV, IIM SBM*" ar M... a.A •Cartr MnTB, INC BBOSBa m-Mitoat.MT Mia NETABA BIWAT • BOtaMU CITT. NBVADA m Your home is your castle Try the HENDERSON PWZA APIS. ^ i 2 Funi6Unfuni Pod >r TaOCentsrSt Hda 565-751 j nfn 'T P '*^ *^ "^^*^'-'-'^ TBADE EQUITY ia Phoeali 2 kdrm. keae, for Bealdcr aty lot oru hoBie.lMMS-l7M.B.C.[ Bnrinrrnrirai i a jtBnn; BEDUCED-|7S,IMIUakellevaklc valae packed lato tkia S BodrooBi 2 Balk Baacker avcrlaokiag Vegu. Noariy aew kaaM ea H Acre • korae waed! See aaytime! Bob Scett Realty Bealtora 177-SMl EeaMS^SIS. It77 CAMP TBAILBB, SHASTA, ra27', fally AND DBY CLBANEB8 coatoiaed, |MM. aegoU••pea S daya a week, ^ able.PkeaelSt-SSS4,7:M aTkaraday evealag fer J a.m. to 4 p.m. aak for Sear ceaveaieace. .1 >...j.r. TraiUr SttS-fftM. 14SS Nov. Hwy. S Leoaard Saadera. Trailer located at B.C. Trailer Park; let M. W To Subscribers F YOU HAVE NOT RS:EIVED YOUR PAPER BY ftOO AM Pl£ASE CALL HENDERSON HOME NEWS 564-18811 OR B.C. NEWS 293-2302 (aft. 9 am) NOW BEl^nriNO LMS STOBAGE Weckdaya, SS4-2SH Weckeada, ISSl Alhal St. (keklad Blage Bara) GARCIA CONCBETE CONTBACTPB Uceaae lUM Beaded SS5-M28 DOES YOUB BATHBOOM MABLITE NEED BEPLACING? Free eatimate. 5S4-21S1 or 878-28N. CAR-TRUCK aaaaaaaaaaaiaaa STORAGE ALL TYPES BOAT BARN 565-6966 N> ia7:a TOM BXRII I KAl X NOW WITH tPHOM 564-1454 j ^'^^' BsOlRKPAIR Rl R(H>I'IM. NK* i (OSTRI (Tlt>> H > Roger Foley Jack & Jane Grider Deanna & Norman Keele Irma Kemp Judy Pitchford Pat Shuman ..293-4799 aiAiioaa 293-4856 293-2939 293-5949 293-1492 293-5608 .293-4823 DOGS POB DOG FOOD. Mixed kraad daga papplea for dooalioaa of dog feed. CaU M1-S4M for more iafenaatloB. BH0DE8IAN BIDGEBACK, AKC Cocker Spaaiel, Haagariaa Cowveaa, Dobenaaaa, Bagilak Pelator, Eagliak Skeepdog., Alaakaa Eakiaa, Betty Haaa'aAaiaul Adaptiea. M1-S4S4. BIGGEST LITTLE 8AFABI ea tke dcaert. Vlait lioaa, tigers, koara k more Betty Hoaa'a Aalmal Adoptloa. Call M1-S4S4 for •PP't. LABGEft SHALLGOODi WATCHDOGS. Now available at Betty Hoaa'a Aalmal Adoptloa. Call fer aaere I Infenaatlaa. M1-S1S7. BELIEF COOK fer St. Jade'a Baack far Ckildrea, Apprex. 2S krs. per wk. Aak fer Pat 291-1111. BC BAHA'I FAITH Claaaea for adalta aad cklidrea oa the Baha'l way af life. 8uadayal0a.m.2SS-SlS4. ZIKE'S HINDIRSON nXACO Electrealc Taae-apa TIrea Batteriea Air CeodltloBlog Balaaetag • Brakea • Skockt-Radialen MECHANIC ON DUTY 7-DAYS FREE PICKUP ft DELIVERY CsaBsl SlaliiB 565-0220 SE.UkeNeadftWalfr, Henderaon F ft G CONCBETE sldeaUal Commercial t EsUDUtee • Drlvewaya| atiet WaUu Uc. No. 17415 Pk.SS4-3SM PBIVATB ABT CLASS fenalag. All aacdia. Home atadlo. Per lafe. Ph. no Baymoad, SS-S4M. INTEBE8TED IN CARPOOL? Prefer If you tokO miae to achool ft I'll pick youra up. Or??? 293-2230. DBBAM IN PABADI8B • LIVE NEAB BOULDEB CITY GOLF C0UB8E Doa't let this oae get away from yoa! Sapor 4 kedroom, S-H hoUi with large pool act la large back yard with aeparato wroaghl Iroa feace. Ideal fer the growiag faaally. Nice decor threaghout! Sec Today. IISSMS. COBNEB LOT 8PABKUNG HOME Super nice and cleaa t bedroom, l-% bath, alee liviag room, entry ibyor, caatoa Utekoa, lovely femlly floor plan, corner tot, aprlBbtora, aear golf coarae. oaly MS.9MTHE "ir* HOME • Yoa aame it, if a got It! Uvely 2 atory koaaeitk 4 kedreoma, ^^ katha, family room, fermal dlalag, caatom Utehca with aaaay extraa iacludiag BV pad, flreplace aad feaco. See fer yoaraelf • it'a oaly THBIPTIBUY Come see tUa 2 bedroom home with large covered potto, garage, coaapleteiy feaced yard, klock coaatractloa aad cxccltoat locatlea. Thia oae haa worhahop with % bath. Priced at |SS.M. COME ft GET IT! MS,MS. This S bedroom, 2 bath older home baa beea rad ec o r atod throaghoat, la la ideal loca. Haa fer older eoapto • flooe ia aad haa very dealrablc floor pbm. Call fer appolatmeat today! DON'T MISS THIS ONE! |75,SSS. aeaa 3 bedroom, aeparate family room, kitokea-diaiag combo., aew 7amaM."be^~^BM. V****^'^**^ ^^irdrlW,btoek garage aad torga kaekyard. 8PABKLBS UKE MODEL ^aa'H ke imprcaaed ky cMatolto daeor ia th'Kf \li. 2 kath home. The aaaaicarod roar yaOAl Vprlvacy fer eatortalalag aroaad the tovely poMmd feaatala. See today • laSMS. ir YOV WANT SOMBTHnra MPPEBBNT It'a a S bedream baaaty! Largo livlag area wUh Spaalah coraer flreplace. Caatom Utekoa wHk JeaaAIr raage-oven plaa aide-by-aMe rofrifaralor. Large walh-ia cloeet, apa tab aad alriam la amolar aalto. Aa eaergy aaver: flMJSSi CLOSE ACCESS TO LAKB • YET IN LOVBLY VIEW ABBA Eajoy paaoraaalc view ftam aaadach aad lovely pool area. Tkto 4 bodraoaa. 2 hath hoBM haa aaaeaineo iacladlag aatraaaa eoartyard. largo llaoa etoact, Uagatoo maatar bs dr sam aalto, larMao fkaa. 8lct aolgkhorhood. Call aa today fer a preview! Oaly NATUBE AT YOUB DOOB8TEP ON THE MOUl^AIN A large 3 bedrm., ^^ bath home aurrouaded by a^Jcatic deaert terraia with view of valley aad moaatoiaa from a large lot. Uaio* opea floor pUa with eatry. Spaclooa rooma with alee brick flreplace, ladirect lighting and will Impreaa yon at flrat alght! Oaly GREAT COBNEB LOT FHA aaaunuble loan. Uvely 3 Bdrm., 1% ba. Oaly Ml.SM. Call fer detalla. —HENDERSONPLEASANT LIVING It'a a aae-year aewly coaatracted 3 bedroo m l-% bath home loeatcd oa a coraer lot oaly tea mlaatoa from Lake Mead ia a aew area. Very cleaa! Skawa axcepUoaally well aad ealy M1,SM. GETTING 8TABTBD? • Here's a alee I kodreom, two katk kerne ia gaod area, aaiy two yeara af life aad well aaalatalaed. Haa covered polio, feaced yard, 2 car garage, gas aad eloctric. alec kitekea aad comklaatlea dlalag area. DIakwaaher aad garbage diapooal. Sec fer oaly M3,SM. —BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES— THBIVING DBUCATE88EN la priam locatlea with high traffic, off-stroot parhiag, oa A off Beer aad Wiae UcoBM, aoA drtak faaataia aad ahowa by records to have gaod groaa. Call today fer aaoro laferaaattoa! ONE OF BOULOEB-S NICE BE8TAUBANT8 a auper taveatmeat fer Bamlly or aggresaive feed baadier. Good rcatal arraagemeat. aice locatioa, aad everytblag yon will Bood fer a thrivlag baaiaeaa. Call aa fer detalU! FAMILY BE8TAUBANT Excelleat baaiaeaa! Tap cealral locatioa. heavy IraHIc, good e^alpaaoat aad aeatlag fer 70. A rool Btoaoy makorl CaU aa today fer aaore dalaltod iafermattoa oa thto growiag baaiaeaa. PBOPESglONAL OPnCES? Lacatod ia the hoori ef B.C. Zoaed C-P apprwiaaatoly ISN HftCaU fer dotaUa. -ACREAGElONED FOB APABTMENTS Priaao locatioa la Boulder City. Call fer more iafermattoa today! Thto aac wiU aollaattoag! J(lBSfOMPf Ofl f cfOPIf (OH JOBS (.,.,.s....^.-v*.„..t,l.ii JOB SERyfCE Now SMcCounty OfficBsto Serve You... 2827 LV Blvd. North, NLY 5243 West Charleston, LY 131 South 8th, LY 135 S. 8th, LY 119 Water, Henderson ftj J()MS M)H Pf OPI f fOH JOBS ^a.<**.a.— pick ap. 283-2827. BC 1 BABYSIT IN MY HOME. 508-1470. NURSE will do child care la my baaae. Babbit to pot ft feed. CoBae jola aa at Mra. Bogcr'a Neighborhood. MS-1712. B.C. FURNISHED APARTMENT i FOR RENT IN BOULDER CITY Attractively furnished two bedroom, one bath condo in beautiful Boulder Square. Overlooking pool, no sun, low utility fees. Adults only. Only $425.00 month. Avalla bleAug.15. Coll hr opp^ 564-1881 HOME MAINTENANCE IMPROVEMENT. E BMkshelves, kltehen cabineto, additions, ref modeling, flnlah. QuaUty work. Low prices. Good references. Call Dan, 565-9788. Hdn. FOR SALE-'M Ford Pickup. Would be good work truck. 08M.M. S05-71M. HdB..MONBY TO LOAN Flrat and seeoad TD. or ?. 203-2S01 B.C. FORBENT:2bdrm.,lfcoUi 12x80 trailer. South outakirta of Headersoa. Carpet ft drapes tkrongkout. 8350. per mo. $1M. cl. ft damage depoalt. 505-H51 or SOS-OOM Bda. EXPBBIENCED COCKTAIL WAITBB88. Apply ia poraoa. Boalder Dam Hotel, ISOS Arlsona. 201-IIM. B.C. OVEBEATBBS ANONYMOUS Mondaya, Bm. M, avlc Center at 7 p.m. Call 070-4407 for mere lafermation. A0UABIUM8 Maad U gal. with aU etalp. 0280 lakea all. 203-1354, 0000, or 5007. B.C. — WANTED — Hoover Dam, Black tJanyon Documents, Artifacts, Photos, Etc. from 1926 thru 1935. Will buy or have evaluated. Insured & credited for Exhibit on loan. ~ Coll Kflt tr Lii, StBf Wtst Grub StBf, 293-1823. 8.C Jl'ST SET UP POOL ft SPA SUPPLY BUSINESS. Exc. opportaaity. 17800 iBclades iBveatory aad flztares. ItS-OlM er 203-Oni. B.C. FOB SALE 780 HONDA CROPPEB, Deaver's caatom ftame ft Spriager froat ead. Htka cempleted 8t,0M laveated. Make offer. CaU 203-44M after 4 p.m. B.C. MUST SELL • 'M CadiUac Sedaa deVllle. Loaded, aakiag OOOO. Call 203-0740. after 5 B.C. FOR BENT 2 bdrm. duplex, B.C. 2OS-S0M. after 0 p.m. B.C. EXPBBIENCED BABTENDEB Apply ia peraoB. BOULDEB DAM HOTEL, 1305 Ariioaa, 203-ISM. B.C. FOB BENT • I bdrm., 2 bath Ville Del Prado Berne, avaH. Nev.$l00.2aS-23r. B.C. '72 FOBD CAMPEBSPECIAL with 8 ft. aUde la. M200. See Yatoa at B.C. FlreDept. BC. EXPBBIENCED BOOBKEEPBB Apply ia poraoa. BOULDEB DAM HOTEL, 1388 Ariaoaa, 203-lOM B.C. '07 MEBCEDES 238 SL, both tope, excelleat mechaaical. Appraised at $U.OM. MU fer 013.0M. See Yataa at B.C. Fire II 1078 YAMAHA ITlTIBxc. coad. Law mltoage. 5000. 0BUaftor5p.m.l054M7. FOR BALB: Praahlla Plroplaao w-lood of firewood. IMO. Ph. 505-104t. LOOK ... 12x05, 1874 Lynnbavea Mobile Home. Mint cond. Fam. Park. Pool. Front and rear bdrma., IH batha, cabiaet hltcbea, Irg. living room. Pally air cond. New waaher, dryer. Carpet, drapea, fUrn. Driveway, paUo with awning. Large feaced yard with Ml. View. Private cul-de-aac. Your borne In Boulder City for 821,8M. FIRM. Afters p.m. 203-4043. B.C. MOBILE BOME LOT FOB BENT. Ceronado Eatotea. CaU 203-1702 after 1 pm. B.C. FANTASTIC BIGHLAND HILLS ASSUMABLK SH% PHA, 3 bdrm., IS bath, dea, coaatry kitekea, fireplace, aew palat laalda, 2 car garage, auto, apriaklcra, large patio, dag roa, feaced yard, room te park BV or beat. By owaera, aave coato, |M,OM.M. Pleaac call 8054077. Hda. FOR BENT: Urge ft nice 2 bdrm., 2 bath ft doB. Large CBclaaad backyard. Fireplace. Lato afakruba. $400. me. ft depoalt. Avail. Nov. 1. Ph. S04-S377. Hda. irO DODGE, ABPEN.t dr., 8 cyi., 3S,0M aalioa, exc. cead. 81SM. Call 203-2204. POB BENT, 2 bdrm. apt, adaBa,M2S.CallSBS.SlN after IS pm B.C. POB SALE, B.C. 1071 MaMto boaae, 14 x 05. 2 Mrm., IH bath, rofrig., waaher, dryer, porch, atorago shod. Dbl. wide carparto. la Adalt park. Paol ote. Need to sell. SI04}10. B.C. STBUCTUBAL ft OBNAHENTALIB0NW0BKXB8 APPBBNTICB8HIP BBGULAB THBEB-YBAB PBOOBAM SOUTHEBN NEVADA ABBA. ApUcaato mast ka at loaal 18 years of age, aad muat present eltker a high Mhool dlploau or a cortlfleato ahawlag sstlsfactory scores la the Geaeral Edacatiea Dcvelopmeat Teat (G.E.O.) By "aatlafactory acoreo" ia meaat the, achieveaMBt of s mlaimam score of U la ooch of the iadlridaal teal areaa, aad a mlaimam arore of 45 for the caUrc groap of teato. THE HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA OB THE CEBTinCATE SHOWING TBE SA-nSPACTOBY 8COBE8 IN THE G.E.D. MUST BE PBBSENTED AT THE TIME WBITTEN APPUCATION IS MADE. Applieaato are roapaaaible fer mahiag their OWB arraagemcato fer G.E.D. teatlag. Theae arraacementa caa bo made through the local acbool diatrict office. Applicaato maat he phyaically able te do work normally performed in the trade. After beiag ladealured by the Local Joint Appreattceaklp and Training Committee, apprentlcea muat move late aad coatinue to reaide In Soutkern Nevada, tke geograpklcal area of the Juriadlctioa of the Joint Apprealiceakip aad Traiaiag Committee. Tke curreal Joaraeyman hourly ratea of pay are: Structural and Ornamental, 814.80; Fence erector, 813.11. Tke beginning hoarly rate of pay fer appreaticea la 81% of the above ratea. The recruitment, aelectlon, employmeat and training of appreaUcea daring their apprenticeskip skail be without diacrimlnatlon becauae of race, color, religion, aatloaal origin, or aex. Appllcanta muat appear In peraon to obtoln an application form AND MUST BEING EITHER A HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA OR G.E.D. TEST SC0BE8 AT THAT TIME. Application! will be available during tke foUawlag hears sad oa tkese datea ONLY; 11 00 AN 12 00Noon daily (except Salurdaya, Saadaya and Holldaya), November 17, L080, through December 2, 1080, at Ironworhera Local 433, 538 So. Highland Avenue, Las Vegaa, Nevada. (The line will form at the rear of the building.) For further iaformatloB write: Field Iroaoo tfrs Apprenticeahip ft i ainiag Program, 13700 Borate Street, Saata Fe SpriBga, California 00070, or telephone Bichard Sowers at (213) 0210744. NOTICE: Any applicant who haa been previously dropped from the Ironworkers' Apprealiceakip Program ahould call the above numher for apeclal information prior te making application, laaued by Ironworkera Local 4M JolBl Apprenticeskip ft Trsining Committee, Lss Vegss, Nevada. POUND AT UBBABY Oct. 11. Pappy.. Taa w-black mussla. Pfe. Del at Ubrary.iil MW .Hda. POB SALE: Wall aalt. Spaalah atylo for TV, atereo, boohs, ete. Lihe Bcw. 858. Ph. M5-M04. Hda. POB SALE: 21 ft. Irsvel traitor. Self coataiaed. 01 ft. WIUIs w-aew 4 cyUadaraalaa.50SMlO. SHBLLRD OBOANIC WALNUTS. ALHONINK PECANS, 5 lb.. 815. UTAB APPLES. 504-5753. U.S. Pastago alamps macklnea, 53M each, or beat offer. Ideal for awtola, traek atapa, ate. Paw 15 POB BALE BaaMor aty 2 bdna.,Sk8lhLowlsl lyr.ald. AasaasaktolO%! PHA loaa. |M B.C. Tueoday, October 21,1960 II HYDE & ASSOCIAnS II BBAVTIPVL 31 Prods home, • age covered patio plas gaost room. Boat or laam 05M. mo. 2854tM B.C. Bart Hyde 29M144 Carol Roslch 29S-49M LktMtd iMd bfalB Braktr 1028WyoidRe Catherine Buah 293-1282 Margaret Burroughs 501-5054 S WILL STRIP \\ I AND RBFINI8H!|| S FURNITURE REASONABLE I PRICE S SB4>3l7t BAILBOAD TIES, 57.05 aad ap. S78-4IS6. B.C. MAINTENANCE MAN WANTED: Salary ft trailer. Shady BwlMotol, 505-78SS. Hda. FOB SALE 1938 48 ft. Wheeler Taeht, aaUf ae. aU weed. Air, atove. Hwer plaat. Needa werh. Call 203-4544. Weekdaya 45S-2SM B.C. FOB BENT: Caatem H acre overlooking valley la HoBderaoa. 3 bdrm., 2 balk, Jacussl, feaced, aato. apriaklora. 5071. per mo. Bicklaad Beally, Bealtora. 7S7-IBM or S04-M77. BBCENTLY BECONDITIONBD HEARING AID Aadiotoaed. 8158. S04-7IM. Hda. POM POM PILLOW TOPS FOB SALE •07.M. alaglc, 815 pr. Cheicc of colora. S04-71O8. Hda. PBIVATE PABTV IS INTERESTED la parchaalag homea la Boulder CItr for lavcatmeat. Priacipala ealy pleaac. 293-SOM. BC FOB SALE: 1078 Yanuha too CC Mri Bike. Street legal. Very little use. Excel, coad. 50S-04S1 days, 283-lOM eves. LOST: Rlack ft White Spriager Spaaiel pup. 0 mas. old VIcialty Ave. L ft Utah. BEWABD. If feaad please csll SELECT YOUB CABPET: 2 bdrm., t hth. home w woodburalag fireplace la liv. rm. Ask fer Bob Carmoucke at Carmooche Bealtr5S4-3144. Evea. S04-35M. FOB SALB: aariaet. Exc. coad. 1125. 8 ft. aheil camper, 8200. Tires 78 x 15,85. each. 504-3280. HBNDEB80N BENTAL: 2 bdrm. • ohiie hone w expaaaioaa. Oplioa to bay. 532S mo. At 24S MoJave Uae. 451-3742. 2 BDBM. MOBILE HOME to rcBt ar buy. Parh of your choice. 14 X M. Win move withia couaty. 8175 mo. 451-3742. FOB SALE MOBILE HOME, Giagerwood Trailer park. 14 x 04. Call 2034544. Weekdaya, 453-2338. B.C. MUST SELL. MOVING ..HAUUNG 2 toa track wllk lift gato aad racks. 203-2831. aftor 3. B.C. IN HENDEBSON: Uaf. 2 bdrm., 1 bath aptNo pota. 8280. per nao. Coll -HOMES4 bdrm., IH bath, 1700 aq. R. Pool, covered patio. View of Mountains. Central Vacuum, Automatic garage door. 596,5M. 4 bedroom. 2 baths, Marina Hlghlaada, Lakaviow. |1I7,0B0. LUXURY CONDOS. OverlooUng Lake Mead. Call for info. —INCOME PROPERTYTRI-PLEX • UirM 1 bodraoa unite. $74,500. -LOTSView of the Monntain*, from this V^ acre lot, loned for horses. 552.BeO. LAKE VIEW LOTS from $28,000. Two 5 acre parcels ia Henderson, near race track. Call office for Information. • ^ "^ • ^m.^^M ^a._*.i. • 4 451-17M' "4 Rnf.vfi *BA I 4 Full Service Realty Las Vegai Office 871-0223 GRfltllewiiii i. PnperliB Co. MI-" am 288-M4t ^ Firat Wettem Plata Suite 9 1800 Nevad". Hlghwiy Boulder City, Nevada S800S EVENINGS Bill Trelease....456-0676 Pat Murphy 203-2424 Diana Bunney....293-2527 Ty DenneU 505-1427 Lorraine Seman 203-4431. Mjr. ACREAGE, ACREAGE, ACREAGE, 15 Acrea with magnificent view of Las Vegas Valley • Call for deUils. LEWIS HOME only 8 of this model in area. 4 bdrm.. 2 car gar. Laundry area, more than ample storage. Cathedral ceilings, block walla, terraced back yard, patio and family room, priced to sell 887,6M. NOWISTRETIME!!! PUBCHASE YOUR LAKE VIEW LOT NOW AND MAKE PLANS FOR YOUR DREAM HOUSE. A BEAL CHABMEB 3 bdrm. kome, kard weed floor, flrepUco, kotk H. plua Motkor-ia-tow ouartors, or rcatal aaU la rear. Caraar lot, priced rigkt, 875,8M. LABGB COBNEB LOT, ia a tree shsded established aoighborhood Is whore yon wiU flad Uiis well hept 4 bdrm. home. Room fer pool. Priced at 874.508. HENDEBSON: BLACK MOUNTAIN, OCALLAHAN PARK 3 bedroom hoBM, feaced yard, carport, BO qualifyiag, call today |M,8M.M. Bi YOOR OWN loss CONTACT US KM YOM 8USIKSS OPPOtTUNITIS. WINAVI MNTALS AVOAIUNOW. I BOLES AERO \ I TRAILER. I I |6,0M. I 29S-3936, 293-0174.1 111— ^-, BUYER CAN GO NEW flaaatlagoatblaiSOOaq. ft. 1 itery older frame ft atacea boms ia alee. ahape. Good bay at 5M.5M! Bob ScM Beolty Bealtora S77-8S01, Alyec 870-07S7. INEW OFFICE SPACE avaU. Nov. 1. 3X9 S. BIdr. Hwy. For more info., contact Dean Kine.i 805-484-97M. 1072 14 ft. TRAVETTE CAMPKB, oa Pard 1 toa chaala. 20,000 aetaal mllea. Pally acif coatoiaed. 2 aeea siw bods. Sell ar Irsde fer late model % toa PU., Travel an or? 203-5354, MS40M or S0S4OO7. BC. INTHI Ut-A4I00M Remodel — renovate — repair 7 Close in your garage — Add Garage — T YOU NAME IT — WTU DO ITil | Quality Workmanship — Competitive 4 rates. 4 ^For frto ostiiNrtts coll -.293-1613$ 4 4 4 BDBM. HEND. HOUSE FOB BENT with option to buy. 1 yr old. Dishwasher, disposal, itove. w to w carpeting, garage, BV parkiag space. Near achool. 0580 per mo. Call 4S7-3033 Aft. 0 p.m. -NEWPABKSlB^, Dbl. A Triple wide apacea. 8110. to 512S. Adalt ft fkially aecltoa. Large pool, tenaii eoart, ahaffleboard ft playgroaada. Villa Hermoaa Mobile Home Park. 20M Magic Way. S05-7SM. UCENSED CHILD CABE • Saack ft Hot Lunch. Infeate ft up 8 a.m. to 0 p JB. Pleaac call S04-3r7O. 10 GOOD USED Hoover Uprlghto. S uacd Klrbya. All w-0 mot. guaraateo. Priced right at A-1 Vacuum, 4012 8. Eaatern L.V. 450-7773. SAND, GRAVEL^rOP SOIL ft LANDSCAPE BOCK, CaU 2aS-211S. B.C. LOVING GBANDMOTHEB will babyait your child while you work. Days, nighto, ft weekends. Very BeoMaable. S044S23. 77 TOYOTA CEUCA. 7148 mi. Loaded. Antomatic. 85,8N. Ph. 585-8127. 10% off AMWAY PRODUCTS Ul Dec. 1. Aak to aee our Chrlalmaa brochure. Call 804-3088. CUSTOM BY OWNEB. 3 bdrm., 2 bth., 2 car garage. Large tot 0M,5M or trade FOB SALE SxM Travel Trailer In nice family park. Tied down, skirted, shed, all elec. New steve, new wster heater Bcbuilt cooler. New roof. Porn. Drapea ft carpeted. Call 504-2571 or see mngr. at Vista Trailer Park. 50VM80. 4 bdrm. 2 bath. Lg. fenced yard. Patio, pool (laci. service). Aate apriakiers. |8M nao. Call 505-OMl. APTS POB BENT (New) MsJor ft Center St Area. Avail. Nov. lat. UafUrniahed 2 bdrm., 1 bath, washer dryer. Private entrance ayitem. Adalta only. 8350. mo. ISM Sec. Depoalt. 8100 CleanlBg fbe. 505-0881 or 873-824S. HOUSE FOB BENT 3 bdrm., 2 bath 5350 mo. IIM dcpo. 505-0140. • TOP LOCATION!! 543,0M. completely redecorated 3 bdrm. home located IS Wyoming, downtowa Headerion. Owaer will carry flaancing with 5% da. pymt. Open house uBtll Boon daily except Sunday. RETIRED PERSON Suppieaaental income light malnt. 25 hrs. per week. Handy, Independant worker ONLY. Good workiuf cond. ft benefits. Call MOB. 5054048. KEY MAKING MACBINE FOR SALE with sUBd ft some blauks, ft otkcr misc. Items. 5054015. •ffmmmmmmmmfMmmmmmmmmmmmmfm OASIS GARDENING Complete grounds maintenance. 4 yrs. experience in B.C. We care for the "blooming things". Call Tim or Chria at 293-5115. B.C. W ia g MO WMo aw BMM M B WMawoawMwwaaiiiaawHMWHd OE JAYS CLOTHES <|^ "Octobor Spoclol" Buy 2 Pair of Jea(in-^JNftjf;-Oet the 3rd One pK[[| -ttoe.eti; 91 sstiq Bay 2 Shirto, Sweatort. ^k^.rGet the Srdone pRffl -^ .., (SALE EAUtt d^BERil):^ db I2eB Wyoming 4-v ^ ^ (at Ave. O Bonlder Cfft^ ^^ THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR EXPERIENCE DICK BLAIR REALTY REALTOKs m mMtoi BobBlair • REALTOR Carl Cowan ^^ Andrea Anderson...^ ^^ Katie Cartlidge.. 833 Nevada Hwy., B.C. 293-2171 AFTER HOURS CALL: .....203-2049 Patty Gulfey 203-1480 Nell Olson ....103-2158 Cheryl Ferreuce.... ....203-2254 — omcB gfAOt roa UMt ^m^ JUST LIKE NEW • 885,5M. 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, upgraded carpeting, modern kitchen with pantry and ^''eakfa&t bar. Home has approxiantely 1438 aq. feet of liveable area, block fence, screened back porch. There's comfort here. Priced to Mil quickly! COME BE INSPIRED!! Enjoy life in Uili nearly new custom home designed especially for Seathem Nevada living near Lake Mead. This one is diftitreat muiUlevel with approiimately 1080 sq. ft. of ipacioua liveable area, ceramic tile, unique floor plan. You will want to aee the 2 large bedrooms, 2 batha, country kitrheu with custom decor. Fireplace and upgraded carpeting. Priced at only 8115,000. Call forappointnacnt today! MAINTENANCE PBBE far the buyer who would rather be oa the lake tkaa ia tke yard. 2 kcdrm. CONDO wllk (xeellcat view. Upgraded throaghoat. 8.P. SPACIOUS FAMILY HOME In the new area ofUwia Homes. Country kltehen with microwave, 4 bdrms., t batha, upgraded carpeting In Un tones. Nice site lot with lawn, patio, and water softener. Shows well and reeks with comfort. Priced st only 5O7,0M. QUIET CUlJPBAjrv^ bftm., 1 V^Ob i car garage. Thermal panVmlHowl. Iliaintenmce Bee siding, AatomaUc Spala|JbiKBgad f ia l i^ l a lB. |72,5M. SOMEONE 10 MIMING THE BOAT ON THIS ONB!! Sharp 2 bodrm. with torge lat, 2 ear garage, good tahe•vartoaa.Modeotly priced at OOOJOO-OOLBSSI bay OB Iho iaarkst. DMCBIMINATINQ BUYERS wlU atop looklag after Boolag liUs MoUcaloaa 4 badna.. 2 halh, I car garage with apoaor, Jaeuaal Spa, eoverod patios, BV pwfclag aad wpoaUag to femlly Uvlu Call o
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• ^.^ • ^.ii 1^.11 ,...,11 • H ill i w i w • '* • • •ISSSSMS **' • — I Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada PageM Tnesday, October tl.JtM. ervTime you use the want Ads It's like having a party line to all the buyers, sellers and services offered in the community! Put them to work for you. Just call-Jt's opportunity ringing! NEW CFFiaENa AFARtMENTS— Vtilltlet Paid... $165. 2BDKM.UNF.~|25.ap. RESERVE NOW USTMINISTER APARTMENTS 564-5959 565-5304 mmmmmmmmmtmmmt [KAWASAKI-DEALEit 'BOULDIK JET SKI BBNTAL Yaarllfh PeifmuaM Oaatar 8ALBS4SIMV1CE IIUNTangkway • .c-sn^ias NEW PARE llBglc. Dkl. Trlpl* l4t (HCM.|llU|IU.A4aU* (bally MCUM. Lugt pfl, •• • •It cwan. thafflebMN 4 9liygr*B4. Villa HrrsMa Maklla • • • • Park. tt I MaHc Way. MI-TM. I"PH!UIR""I I I I RADIO A TV EXPERT SERVICE Ettabllthed IfU 2 w. PAaiic HENDEiUON I I I i TAPE rccar^r P.A. Sjrtlaai. Balda 4r Upe. Aadlolraalct Madcl US. G4 CB4. IIS. each. iS4-l4S. I 564.2170 ACUPVNCTURK • Arthrltii, kanltU. algralae, aithaa, alltrgy. strakc, iclallca, • laas. Ph.SIS-7Ba| BtodilllMi 1 MOSSBTS MASONRY iDsin Moniirik^ IIMsHn CoitfTlv^^ il Lit No. 147BB MUUERCin t bdrM. UWB1IIM, |H balh, raagc, • • dltbwuhsr, rat. privato yari. carpcdaf MM. Ill m: raatf phit le-^ pstlt. naatdUU I iBovelB.Pk.lll-tl4t or 2IS-1NI, B.C — FOR SAIE — USED PONTOON BOAT: t8 foot. Rebuilt w-aew factory nude a^UBBinum pontoons; twin 38*1, completely fenced for safety; tbade top for sleeping, diving. See at Weekender Storage on Boulder Highway, Henderson. $40M. CASH. Private owner. CaU Sd4-I881, ask for RosaLee. Hdn. POB BENT, U Dak* VIU coBdo,CMnB.,mkath.l aUry. |47t • •. lat aad laat. 4S-4as liar aw*St'BPLUS JEEPS, CABS, TBVCK8. AvaUaMa Uira Gaverameat Agaaelat, auay aaii ter aadar ISiS. Call (SSt) t41-StSI ait. 4IOoahatoeMalayMr aurplaa DIractary. BOULDEB HOME POB SALB BY OWNBB. Naw UwlakaM.lSSSB.B.S Mm.. 1% talk. PP,IkaL na. wllk kar. Bank tea* dcar. MIcrawavc raaiA Halt aad drapta lacladad. 11% PHA aaaaaaakia laaa. Pricad la acll at |SS,Me. Call SIS4SIS. B.C. CHILD CABE IN MY HOME.Aayae SM-lMS. YOU NAME IT! WE DO IT! Na Jak tao amall. Bealdcatlal ar caamarclal. SN.4tM.B.C ALOE VEBA Diatrikotor. Tke Plaat la a kattk aaed far karaa, artkritia, ptln, aaa •argteal faca lift. iS4-isa. BBSS FOR RENT NewSbdrm.Zbath.t car gakage. M7BPh. Hendergon Realty, J5S4-251S. FOB BENT: t bdrm. apt. tZSS. per me. Pk. SS4-1M3. Hdn. HOUSE POB SALB ar laaaa la B.C. 4 kdrm., t4 katfc., fan. rm., 2 atary. Call 4ss-74aa POB BENT: New kernel. S, t, A 4 kdnaa. Avail. New. •47-S74S. BUYING OUTBIOHT, Paraltare aad Mlac. GENTLY USED, 1S4S Wyooalag. B.C. FOB RENT: 3 kdm. kaaae. Feaced fraat yd. UUIIty pertk, aewly palaled laaldaBeat-SSSSparaw.* HISTORY SC4-1S4S. Hda. BOOK. 1M. 7 te 8:S am. ^'ABWTW'LAUNDBY 5 Japea S daya a week, PAYING DISCREET; : CASH far qwOlty an-; Uiquea. THE PAKj \ RAT, U4 Nev. Hwy.,: I B.C. M70t. POB BENT: Hcaderaea akarp 1 kdna. Steve, ref. Oaiat aafe area. 4S4 Perllto Way. MM ma. Pk. MS-TtU. SBWINO • *€ • aa4 ac>' • • • eleaaara rapalrtd. • eaSNiBN-8 8IWING CBNTaa Mt Ava. C. Mt-fna. B.c. w*weia^o^wwwwwa>wwi MKI'S PAMfWG SiRVKI RealdcBtial — Commercial nS4605 ttS-5720 381-2129 Office Home Beeper Free eatimatet-~StBte Uc. No. 017SU .Licensed Real Etate Broker, -H0MB8BBAND NEW IN HENDBB80N!! Ploaae call ear aflica at SSSMil fcr dctalla ea kew eaay It la te parckaae thia aew kaaae. Tke price la ealy MS,iM.(SS,SSS aadar afralaal).Tke keme kaa 1M4 Hoan >Nt UvaMe • a lavcly Hreplaca, livlag raom. three kedraama, aad two kalha. It weoM kc ear pleaeare ta akawyow. COBY LHTLK HOME IN THE OLDBB SECHON OP TOWN. S kadraaiM, IH katha. New carpet, freak palat. Oaly M4.SiS> A VBBT VNiqVB PUMMl PLAN!! Very alco. "^ImK >.k^<'MaM, aoaalkle hmtik. Storage saloro. Yea iAIt aiM'tUa kerne to appreciate. Tke price ia |IM,MS. ABE YOU LOOBllio PIOR Wf INVB8TMBNT?? We kave a koBM la HaBderaoa wktch weaM make a alee reatal ar a vofy coiy boaa |kr a yoaag ceapla or tke yeaag la koart wBo ar* vacallaalac fer tke aest few yearr Tke prteo lo rigkt MSJSS. It kaa S kadreama, 1 hatk. We wlU ke kappy to ikaw yoa. MOBILE HOMES — IT STILL SMELLS UKB NBWf! t kcdraom, 1% kotk. la Villa Heraaoaa (aew aader aew maaageaMat). A ItTS Paqaa C aac ade fer ealy m.MI. Plaaaa call SSS-SSS7 m detalb. HEBE IT IS! AISTS Tltaa, 2 kcdraoaa. 1% katk. Meet tke auaager. Tke price la MS JMt aad II la Brai. Ploaae call Naacy at SSI-ISIS fer detaUa. A OBBAT PLACE TO 8PE1W THE WINTEB!! It'a a very alee kOaae. There are t kedreoaaa, 1 hath. Jaat right fer a retired eoaple ar a alaglc Knoa. Oaly lit JSS. Plaaaa eaU Jaha fer detalla. BUNIWrSSPBaAL!! ISM SI iaal Alrttioaak Ike Cadillac of koaae trailera. Vary eaay to pU. Yoara fer M.SM.SS. Pleaac caUMB^aSVferdalalla. POB YOVB PBB80NAL INSPECTION OP THIS 1*72 NASHUA Lacatod ia Baalder Trailer Park pleaac call Joka at SSS-SM7. Tke aricc fer tkia Ik hoaw la MMSM. BABINC OINOEBINAPB IN THIS KnCHEN IS A DBUGMTt! It la ia a haaMUM IIM SchaH makile haM la Vina Heraaaoa'a adaB oaly aacttaa. The pork to aader aew maa^amaat. The price af the haaae la S27JSS. Pleaac caU Doaaa at SSI-SM7 fer aa POB ONLY I1SMS.M YOU CAN ENJOY UVING IN A1S7S14XM BAINBHID( MOBILE HOME. It lBla e ato d lB ai arwaadPaih. P toaao ca UDaaaaat SSS-lSUferdalalla. IMS BICHABDSON IN VILLA HEBM08A. Tke price to fldtSSS. Plaaao call fer a time to aee it. HBBTB A OINOBBWOOD GBM! Jaal Uho aa. Vary oU carod fer. A goad bay at ISdJSa. The haoaa to total electric aad eaergy eincteat Plaaaa caU MS-ISU fer aa appolBtmaal to aoe thiahaaaa. MOUNTAINS, LAO VIEW. WHAT MOBE CAN YOU A8K POBTT Ifit BaeUaghaaa. SttdS. 2 kodfoam. 2 bath. Daahia gatMia. We woaM love to ahow UUa kama to yoa. II to what yoa have keea tooUag fer. no prtoo fer moMlo kama. UH aad garage to fer.nofrtoo 9ss.rasji WINTBHIiCOMlNO!! Hofo to a loM^ MIM maMk kaaae ea a woU appolatod lal. Thoro to a daahk s^nga plaa mach eUn atoraBa mm IBo prtc* to ISSJSS. Lal to la> chadodlalhoirioo. OOIDBN NIMWBT. fear. Oialy SSJMM IwNav I Vm .„ fNSOOMI UJ IM-Uil aOS.1207 RIAITOO CMM le 1 • 10 Nevada NIBKWOV, IIM SBM*" ar M... a.A •Cartr MnTB, INC BBOSBa m-Mitoat.MT Mia NETABA BIWAT • BOtaMU CITT. NBVADA m Your home is your castle Try the HENDERSON PWZA APIS. ^ i 2 Funi6Unfuni Pod >r TaOCentsrSt Hda 565-751 j nfn 'T P '*^ *^ "^^*^'-'-'^ TBADE EQUITY ia Phoeali 2 kdrm. keae, for Bealdcr aty lot oru hoBie.lMMS-l7M.B.C.[ Bnrinrrnrirai i a jtBnn; BEDUCED-|7S,IMIUakellevaklc valae packed lato tkia S BodrooBi 2 Balk Baacker avcrlaokiag Vegu. Noariy aew kaaM ea H Acre • korae waed! See aaytime! Bob Scett Realty Bealtora 177-SMl EeaMS^SIS. It77 CAMP TBAILBB, SHASTA, ra27', fally AND DBY CLBANEB8 coatoiaed, |MM. aegoU••pea S daya a week, ^ able.PkeaelSt-SSS4,7:M aTkaraday evealag fer J a.m. to 4 p.m. aak for Sear ceaveaieace. .1 >...j.r. TraiUr SttS-fftM. 14SS Nov. Hwy. S Leoaard Saadera. Trailer located at B.C. Trailer Park; let M. W To Subscribers F YOU HAVE NOT RS:EIVED YOUR PAPER BY ftOO AM Pl£ASE CALL HENDERSON HOME NEWS 564-18811 OR B.C. NEWS 293-2302 (aft. 9 am) NOW BEl^nriNO LMS STOBAGE Weckdaya, SS4-2SH Weckeada, ISSl Alhal St. (keklad Blage Bara) GARCIA CONCBETE CONTBACTPB Uceaae lUM Beaded SS5-M28 DOES YOUB BATHBOOM MABLITE NEED BEPLACING? Free eatimate. 5S4-21S1 or 878-28N. CAR-TRUCK aaaaaaaaaaaiaaa STORAGE ALL TYPES BOAT BARN 565-6966 N> ia7:a TOM BXRII I KAl X NOW WITH tPHOM 564-1454 j ^'^^' BsOlRKPAIR Rl R(H>I'IM. NK* i (OSTRI (Tlt>> H > Roger Foley Jack & Jane Grider Deanna & Norman Keele Irma Kemp Judy Pitchford Pat Shuman ..293-4799 aiAiioaa 293-4856 293-2939 293-5949 293-1492 293-5608 .293-4823 DOGS POB DOG FOOD. Mixed kraad daga papplea for dooalioaa of dog feed. CaU M1-S4M for more iafenaatloB. BH0DE8IAN BIDGEBACK, AKC Cocker Spaaiel, Haagariaa Cowveaa, Dobenaaaa, Bagilak Pelator, Eagliak Skeepdog., Alaakaa Eakiaa, Betty Haaa'aAaiaul Adaptiea. M1-S4S4. BIGGEST LITTLE 8AFABI ea tke dcaert. Vlait lioaa, tigers, koara k more Betty Hoaa'a Aalmal Adoptloa. Call M1-S4S4 for •PP't. LABGEft SHALLGOODi WATCHDOGS. Now available at Betty Hoaa'a Aalmal Adoptloa. Call fer aaere I Infenaatlaa. M1-S1S7. BELIEF COOK fer St. Jade'a Baack far Ckildrea, Apprex. 2S krs. per wk. Aak fer Pat 291-1111. BC BAHA'I FAITH Claaaea for adalta aad cklidrea oa the Baha'l way af life. 8uadayal0a.m.2SS-SlS4. ZIKE'S HINDIRSON nXACO Electrealc Taae-apa TIrea Batteriea Air CeodltloBlog Balaaetag • Brakea • Skockt-Radialen MECHANIC ON DUTY 7-DAYS FREE PICKUP ft DELIVERY CsaBsl SlaliiB 565-0220 SE.UkeNeadftWalfr, Henderaon F ft G CONCBETE sldeaUal Commercial t EsUDUtee • Drlvewaya| atiet WaUu Uc. No. 17415 Pk.SS4-3SM PBIVATB ABT CLASS fenalag. All aacdia. Home atadlo. Per lafe. Ph. no Baymoad, SS-S4M. INTEBE8TED IN CARPOOL? Prefer If you tokO miae to achool ft I'll pick youra up. Or??? 293-2230. DBBAM IN PABADI8B • LIVE NEAB BOULDEB CITY GOLF C0UB8E Doa't let this oae get away from yoa! Sapor 4 kedroom, S-H hoUi with large pool act la large back yard with aeparato wroaghl Iroa feace. Ideal fer the growiag faaally. Nice decor threaghout! Sec Today. IISSMS. COBNEB LOT 8PABKUNG HOME Super nice and cleaa t bedroom, l-% bath, alee liviag room, entry ibyor, caatoa Utekoa, lovely femlly floor plan, corner tot, aprlBbtora, aear golf coarae. oaly MS.9MTHE "ir* HOME • Yoa aame it, if a got It! Uvely 2 atory koaaeitk 4 kedreoma, ^^ katha, family room, fermal dlalag, caatom Utehca with aaaay extraa iacludiag BV pad, flreplace aad feaco. See fer yoaraelf • it'a oaly THBIPTIBUY Come see tUa 2 bedroom home with large covered potto, garage, coaapleteiy feaced yard, klock coaatractloa aad cxccltoat locatlea. Thia oae haa worhahop with % bath. Priced at |SS.M. COME ft GET IT! MS,MS. This S bedroom, 2 bath older home baa beea rad ec o r atod throaghoat, la la ideal loca. Haa fer older eoapto • flooe ia aad haa very dealrablc floor pbm. Call fer appolatmeat today! DON'T MISS THIS ONE! |75,SSS. aeaa 3 bedroom, aeparate family room, kitokea-diaiag combo., aew 7amaM."be^~^BM. V****^'^**^ ^^irdrlW,btoek garage aad torga kaekyard. 8PABKLBS UKE MODEL ^aa'H ke imprcaaed ky cMatolto daeor ia th'Kf \li. 2 kath home. The aaaaicarod roar yaOAl Vprlvacy fer eatortalalag aroaad the tovely poMmd feaatala. See today • laSMS. ir YOV WANT SOMBTHnra MPPEBBNT It'a a S bedream baaaty! Largo livlag area wUh Spaalah coraer flreplace. Caatom Utekoa wHk JeaaAIr raage-oven plaa aide-by-aMe rofrifaralor. Large walh-ia cloeet, apa tab aad alriam la amolar aalto. Aa eaergy aaver: flMJSSi CLOSE ACCESS TO LAKB • YET IN LOVBLY VIEW ABBA Eajoy paaoraaalc view ftam aaadach aad lovely pool area. Tkto 4 bodraoaa. 2 hath hoBM haa aaaeaineo iacladlag aatraaaa eoartyard. largo llaoa etoact, Uagatoo maatar bs dr sam aalto, larMao fkaa. 8lct aolgkhorhood. Call aa today fer a preview! Oaly NATUBE AT YOUB DOOB8TEP ON THE MOUl^AIN A large 3 bedrm., ^^ bath home aurrouaded by a^Jcatic deaert terraia with view of valley aad moaatoiaa from a large lot. Uaio* opea floor pUa with eatry. Spaclooa rooma with alee brick flreplace, ladirect lighting and will Impreaa yon at flrat alght! Oaly GREAT COBNEB LOT FHA aaaunuble loan. Uvely 3 Bdrm., 1% ba. Oaly Ml.SM. Call fer detalla. —HENDERSONPLEASANT LIVING It'a a aae-year aewly coaatracted 3 bedroo m l-% bath home loeatcd oa a coraer lot oaly tea mlaatoa from Lake Mead ia a aew area. Very cleaa! Skawa axcepUoaally well aad ealy M1,SM. GETTING 8TABTBD? • Here's a alee I kodreom, two katk kerne ia gaod area, aaiy two yeara af life aad well aaalatalaed. Haa covered polio, feaced yard, 2 car garage, gas aad eloctric. alec kitekea aad comklaatlea dlalag area. DIakwaaher aad garbage diapooal. Sec fer oaly M3,SM. —BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES— THBIVING DBUCATE88EN la priam locatlea with high traffic, off-stroot parhiag, oa A off Beer aad Wiae UcoBM, aoA drtak faaataia aad ahowa by records to have gaod groaa. Call today fer aaoro laferaaattoa! ONE OF BOULOEB-S NICE BE8TAUBANT8 a auper taveatmeat fer Bamlly or aggresaive feed baadier. Good rcatal arraagemeat. aice locatioa, aad everytblag yon will Bood fer a thrivlag baaiaeaa. Call aa fer detalU! FAMILY BE8TAUBANT Excelleat baaiaeaa! Tap cealral locatioa. heavy IraHIc, good e^alpaaoat aad aeatlag fer 70. A rool Btoaoy makorl CaU aa today fer aaore dalaltod iafermattoa oa thto growiag baaiaeaa. PBOPESglONAL OPnCES? Lacatod ia the hoori ef B.C. Zoaed C-P apprwiaaatoly ISN HftCaU fer dotaUa. -ACREAGElONED FOB APABTMENTS Priaao locatioa la Boulder City. Call fer more iafermattoa today! Thto aac wiU aollaattoag! J(lBSfOMPf Ofl f cfOPIf (OH JOBS (.,.,.s....^.-v*.„..t,l.ii JOB SERyfCE Now SMcCounty OfficBsto Serve You... 2827 LV Blvd. North, NLY 5243 West Charleston, LY 131 South 8th, LY 135 S. 8th, LY 119 Water, Henderson ftj J()MS M)H Pf OPI f fOH JOBS ^a.<**.a.— pick ap. 283-2827. BC 1 BABYSIT IN MY HOME. 508-1470. NURSE will do child care la my baaae. Babbit to pot ft feed. CoBae jola aa at Mra. Bogcr'a Neighborhood. MS-1712. B.C. FURNISHED APARTMENT i FOR RENT IN BOULDER CITY Attractively furnished two bedroom, one bath condo in beautiful Boulder Square. Overlooking pool, no sun, low utility fees. Adults only. Only $425.00 month. Avalla bleAug.15. Coll hr opp^ 564-1881 HOME MAINTENANCE IMPROVEMENT. E BMkshelves, kltehen cabineto, additions, ref modeling, flnlah. QuaUty work. Low prices. Good references. Call Dan, 565-9788. Hdn. FOR SALE-'M Ford Pickup. Would be good work truck. 08M.M. S05-71M. HdB..MONBY TO LOAN Flrat and seeoad TD. or ?. 203-2S01 B.C. FORBENT:2bdrm.,lfcoUi 12x80 trailer. South outakirta of Headersoa. Carpet ft drapes tkrongkout. 8350. per mo. $1M. cl. ft damage depoalt. 505-H51 or SOS-OOM Bda. EXPBBIENCED COCKTAIL WAITBB88. Apply ia poraoa. Boalder Dam Hotel, ISOS Arlsona. 201-IIM. B.C. OVEBEATBBS ANONYMOUS Mondaya, Bm. M, avlc Center at 7 p.m. Call 070-4407 for mere lafermation. A0UABIUM8 Maad U gal. with aU etalp. 0280 lakea all. 203-1354, 0000, or 5007. B.C. — WANTED — Hoover Dam, Black tJanyon Documents, Artifacts, Photos, Etc. from 1926 thru 1935. Will buy or have evaluated. Insured & credited for Exhibit on loan. ~ Coll Kflt tr Lii, StBf Wtst Grub StBf, 293-1823. 8.C Jl'ST SET UP POOL ft SPA SUPPLY BUSINESS. Exc. opportaaity. 17800 iBclades iBveatory aad flztares. ItS-OlM er 203-Oni. B.C. FOB SALE 780 HONDA CROPPEB, Deaver's caatom ftame ft Spriager froat ead. Htka cempleted 8t,0M laveated. Make offer. CaU 203-44M after 4 p.m. B.C. MUST SELL • 'M CadiUac Sedaa deVllle. Loaded, aakiag OOOO. Call 203-0740. after 5 B.C. FOR BENT 2 bdrm. duplex, B.C. 2OS-S0M. after 0 p.m. B.C. EXPBBIENCED BABTENDEB Apply ia peraoB. BOULDEB DAM HOTEL, 1305 Ariioaa, 203-ISM. B.C. FOB BENT • I bdrm., 2 bath Ville Del Prado Berne, avaH. Nev.$l00.2aS-23r. B.C. '72 FOBD CAMPEBSPECIAL with 8 ft. aUde la. M200. See Yatoa at B.C. FlreDept. BC. EXPBBIENCED BOOBKEEPBB Apply ia poraoa. BOULDEB DAM HOTEL, 1388 Ariaoaa, 203-lOM B.C. '07 MEBCEDES 238 SL, both tope, excelleat mechaaical. Appraised at $U.OM. MU fer 013.0M. See Yataa at B.C. Fire II 1078 YAMAHA ITlTIBxc. coad. Law mltoage. 5000. 0BUaftor5p.m.l054M7. FOR BALB: Praahlla Plroplaao w-lood of firewood. IMO. Ph. 505-104t. LOOK ... 12x05, 1874 Lynnbavea Mobile Home. Mint cond. Fam. Park. Pool. Front and rear bdrma., IH batha, cabiaet hltcbea, Irg. living room. Pally air cond. New waaher, dryer. Carpet, drapea, fUrn. Driveway, paUo with awning. Large feaced yard with Ml. View. Private cul-de-aac. Your borne In Boulder City for 821,8M. FIRM. Afters p.m. 203-4043. B.C. MOBILE BOME LOT FOB BENT. Ceronado Eatotea. CaU 203-1702 after 1 pm. B.C. FANTASTIC BIGHLAND HILLS ASSUMABLK SH% PHA, 3 bdrm., IS bath, dea, coaatry kitekea, fireplace, aew palat laalda, 2 car garage, auto, apriaklcra, large patio, dag roa, feaced yard, room te park BV or beat. By owaera, aave coato, |M,OM.M. Pleaac call 8054077. Hda. FOR BENT: Urge ft nice 2 bdrm., 2 bath ft doB. Large CBclaaad backyard. Fireplace. Lato afakruba. $400. me. ft depoalt. Avail. Nov. 1. Ph. S04-S377. Hda. irO DODGE, ABPEN.t dr., 8 cyi., 3S,0M aalioa, exc. cead. 81SM. Call 203-2204. POB BENT, 2 bdrm. apt, adaBa,M2S.CallSBS.SlN after IS pm B.C. POB SALE, B.C. 1071 MaMto boaae, 14 x 05. 2 Mrm., IH bath, rofrig., waaher, dryer, porch, atorago shod. Dbl. wide carparto. la Adalt park. Paol ote. Need to sell. SI04}10. B.C. STBUCTUBAL ft OBNAHENTALIB0NW0BKXB8 APPBBNTICB8HIP BBGULAB THBEB-YBAB PBOOBAM SOUTHEBN NEVADA ABBA. ApUcaato mast ka at loaal 18 years of age, aad muat present eltker a high Mhool dlploau or a cortlfleato ahawlag sstlsfactory scores la the Geaeral Edacatiea Dcvelopmeat Teat (G.E.O.) By "aatlafactory acoreo" ia meaat the, achieveaMBt of s mlaimam score of U la ooch of the iadlridaal teal areaa, aad a mlaimam arore of 45 for the caUrc groap of teato. THE HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA OB THE CEBTinCATE SHOWING TBE SA-nSPACTOBY 8COBE8 IN THE G.E.D. MUST BE PBBSENTED AT THE TIME WBITTEN APPUCATION IS MADE. Applieaato are roapaaaible fer mahiag their OWB arraagemcato fer G.E.D. teatlag. Theae arraacementa caa bo made through the local acbool diatrict office. Applicaato maat he phyaically able te do work normally performed in the trade. After beiag ladealured by the Local Joint Appreattceaklp and Training Committee, apprentlcea muat move late aad coatinue to reaide In Soutkern Nevada, tke geograpklcal area of the Juriadlctioa of the Joint Apprealiceakip aad Traiaiag Committee. Tke curreal Joaraeyman hourly ratea of pay are: Structural and Ornamental, 814.80; Fence erector, 813.11. Tke beginning hoarly rate of pay fer appreaticea la 81% of the above ratea. The recruitment, aelectlon, employmeat and training of appreaUcea daring their apprenticeskip skail be without diacrimlnatlon becauae of race, color, religion, aatloaal origin, or aex. Appllcanta muat appear In peraon to obtoln an application form AND MUST BEING EITHER A HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA OR G.E.D. TEST SC0BE8 AT THAT TIME. Application! will be available during tke foUawlag hears sad oa tkese datea ONLY; 11 00 AN 12 00Noon daily (except Salurdaya, Saadaya and Holldaya), November 17, L080, through December 2, 1080, at Ironworhera Local 433, 538 So. Highland Avenue, Las Vegaa, Nevada. (The line will form at the rear of the building.) For further iaformatloB write: Field Iroaoo tfrs Apprenticeahip ft i ainiag Program, 13700 Borate Street, Saata Fe SpriBga, California 00070, or telephone Bichard Sowers at (213) 0210744. NOTICE: Any applicant who haa been previously dropped from the Ironworkers' Apprealiceakip Program ahould call the above numher for apeclal information prior te making application, laaued by Ironworkera Local 4M JolBl Apprenticeskip ft Trsining Committee, Lss Vegss, Nevada. POUND AT UBBABY Oct. 11. Pappy.. Taa w-black mussla. Pfe. Del at Ubrary.iil MW .Hda. POB SALE: Wall aalt. Spaalah atylo for TV, atereo, boohs, ete. Lihe Bcw. 858. Ph. M5-M04. Hda. POB SALE: 21 ft. Irsvel traitor. Self coataiaed. 01 ft. WIUIs w-aew 4 cyUadaraalaa.50SMlO. SHBLLRD OBOANIC WALNUTS. ALHONINK PECANS, 5 lb.. 815. UTAB APPLES. 504-5753. U.S. Pastago alamps macklnea, 53M each, or beat offer. Ideal for awtola, traek atapa, ate. Paw 15 POB BALE BaaMor aty 2 bdna.,Sk8lhLowlsl lyr.ald. AasaasaktolO%! PHA loaa. |M B.C. Tueoday, October 21,1960 II HYDE & ASSOCIAnS II BBAVTIPVL 31 Prods home, • age covered patio plas gaost room. Boat or laam 05M. mo. 2854tM B.C. Bart Hyde 29M144 Carol Roslch 29S-49M LktMtd iMd bfalB Braktr 1028WyoidRe Catherine Buah 293-1282 Margaret Burroughs 501-5054 S WILL STRIP \\ I AND RBFINI8H!|| S FURNITURE REASONABLE I PRICE S SB4>3l7t BAILBOAD TIES, 57.05 aad ap. S78-4IS6. B.C. MAINTENANCE MAN WANTED: Salary ft trailer. Shady BwlMotol, 505-78SS. Hda. FOB SALE 1938 48 ft. Wheeler Taeht, aaUf ae. aU weed. Air, atove. Hwer plaat. Needa werh. Call 203-4544. Weekdaya 45S-2SM B.C. FOB BENT: Caatem H acre overlooking valley la HoBderaoa. 3 bdrm., 2 balk, Jacussl, feaced, aato. apriaklora. 5071. per mo. Bicklaad Beally, Bealtora. 7S7-IBM or S04-M77. BBCENTLY BECONDITIONBD HEARING AID Aadiotoaed. 8158. S04-7IM. Hda. POM POM PILLOW TOPS FOB SALE •07.M. alaglc, 815 pr. Cheicc of colora. S04-71O8. Hda. PBIVATE PABTV IS INTERESTED la parchaalag homea la Boulder CItr for lavcatmeat. Priacipala ealy pleaac. 293-SOM. BC FOB SALE: 1078 Yanuha too CC Mri Bike. Street legal. Very little use. Excel, coad. 50S-04S1 days, 283-lOM eves. LOST: Rlack ft White Spriager Spaaiel pup. 0 mas. old VIcialty Ave. L ft Utah. BEWABD. If feaad please csll SELECT YOUB CABPET: 2 bdrm., t hth. home w woodburalag fireplace la liv. rm. Ask fer Bob Carmoucke at Carmooche Bealtr5S4-3144. Evea. S04-35M. FOB SALB: aariaet. Exc. coad. 1125. 8 ft. aheil camper, 8200. Tires 78 x 15,85. each. 504-3280. HBNDEB80N BENTAL: 2 bdrm. • ohiie hone w expaaaioaa. Oplioa to bay. 532S mo. At 24S MoJave Uae. 451-3742. 2 BDBM. MOBILE HOME to rcBt ar buy. Parh of your choice. 14 X M. Win move withia couaty. 8175 mo. 451-3742. FOB SALE MOBILE HOME, Giagerwood Trailer park. 14 x 04. Call 2034544. Weekdaya, 453-2338. B.C. MUST SELL. MOVING ..HAUUNG 2 toa track wllk lift gato aad racks. 203-2831. aftor 3. B.C. IN HENDEBSON: Uaf. 2 bdrm., 1 bath aptNo pota. 8280. per nao. Coll -HOMES4 bdrm., IH bath, 1700 aq. R. Pool, covered patio. View of Mountains. Central Vacuum, Automatic garage door. 596,5M. 4 bedroom. 2 baths, Marina Hlghlaada, Lakaviow. |1I7,0B0. LUXURY CONDOS. OverlooUng Lake Mead. Call for info. —INCOME PROPERTYTRI-PLEX • UirM 1 bodraoa unite. $74,500. -LOTSView of the Monntain*, from this V^ acre lot, loned for horses. 552.BeO. LAKE VIEW LOTS from $28,000. Two 5 acre parcels ia Henderson, near race track. Call office for Information. • ^ "^ • ^m.^^M ^a._*.i. • 4 451-17M' "4 Rnf.vfi *BA I 4 Full Service Realty Las Vegai Office 871-0223 GRfltllewiiii i. PnperliB Co. MI-" am 288-M4t ^ Firat Wettem Plata Suite 9 1800 Nevad". Hlghwiy Boulder City, Nevada S800S EVENINGS Bill Trelease....456-0676 Pat Murphy 203-2424 Diana Bunney....293-2527 Ty DenneU 505-1427 Lorraine Seman 203-4431. Mjr. ACREAGE, ACREAGE, ACREAGE, 15 Acrea with magnificent view of Las Vegas Valley • Call for deUils. LEWIS HOME only 8 of this model in area. 4 bdrm.. 2 car gar. Laundry area, more than ample storage. Cathedral ceilings, block walla, terraced back yard, patio and family room, priced to sell 887,6M. NOWISTRETIME!!! PUBCHASE YOUR LAKE VIEW LOT NOW AND MAKE PLANS FOR YOUR DREAM HOUSE. A BEAL CHABMEB 3 bdrm. kome, kard weed floor, flrepUco, kotk H. plua Motkor-ia-tow ouartors, or rcatal aaU la rear. Caraar lot, priced rigkt, 875,8M. LABGB COBNEB LOT, ia a tree shsded established aoighborhood Is whore yon wiU flad Uiis well hept 4 bdrm. home. Room fer pool. Priced at 874.508. HENDEBSON: BLACK MOUNTAIN, OCALLAHAN PARK 3 bedroom hoBM, feaced yard, carport, BO qualifyiag, call today |M,8M.M. Bi YOOR OWN loss CONTACT US KM YOM 8USIKSS OPPOtTUNITIS. WINAVI MNTALS AVOAIUNOW. I BOLES AERO \ I TRAILER. I I |6,0M. I 29S-3936, 293-0174.1 111— ^-, BUYER CAN GO NEW flaaatlagoatblaiSOOaq. ft. 1 itery older frame ft atacea boms ia alee. ahape. Good bay at 5M.5M! Bob ScM Beolty Bealtora S77-8S01, Alyec 870-07S7. INEW OFFICE SPACE avaU. Nov. 1. 3X9 S. BIdr. Hwy. For more info., contact Dean Kine.i 805-484-97M. 1072 14 ft. TRAVETTE CAMPKB, oa Pard 1 toa chaala. 20,000 aetaal mllea. Pally acif coatoiaed. 2 aeea siw bods. Sell ar Irsde fer late model % toa PU., Travel an or? 203-5354, MS40M or S0S4OO7. BC. INTHI Ut-A4I00M Remodel — renovate — repair 7 Close in your garage — Add Garage — T YOU NAME IT — WTU DO ITil | Quality Workmanship — Competitive 4 rates. 4 ^For frto ostiiNrtts coll -.293-1613$ 4 4 4 BDBM. HEND. HOUSE FOB BENT with option to buy. 1 yr old. Dishwasher, disposal, itove. w to w carpeting, garage, BV parkiag space. Near achool. 0580 per mo. Call 4S7-3033 Aft. 0 p.m. -NEWPABKSlB^, Dbl. A Triple wide apacea. 8110. to 512S. Adalt ft fkially aecltoa. Large pool, tenaii eoart, ahaffleboard ft playgroaada. Villa Hermoaa Mobile Home Park. 20M Magic Way. S05-7SM. UCENSED CHILD CABE • Saack ft Hot Lunch. Infeate ft up 8 a.m. to 0 p JB. Pleaac call S04-3r7O. 10 GOOD USED Hoover Uprlghto. S uacd Klrbya. All w-0 mot. guaraateo. Priced right at A-1 Vacuum, 4012 8. Eaatern L.V. 450-7773. SAND, GRAVEL^rOP SOIL ft LANDSCAPE BOCK, CaU 2aS-211S. B.C. LOVING GBANDMOTHEB will babyait your child while you work. Days, nighto, ft weekends. Very BeoMaable. S044S23. 77 TOYOTA CEUCA. 7148 mi. Loaded. Antomatic. 85,8N. Ph. 585-8127. 10% off AMWAY PRODUCTS Ul Dec. 1. Aak to aee our Chrlalmaa brochure. Call 804-3088. CUSTOM BY OWNEB. 3 bdrm., 2 bth., 2 car garage. Large tot 0M,5M or trade FOB SALE SxM Travel Trailer In nice family park. Tied down, skirted, shed, all elec. New steve, new wster heater Bcbuilt cooler. New roof. Porn. Drapea ft carpeted. Call 504-2571 or see mngr. at Vista Trailer Park. 50VM80. 4 bdrm. 2 bath. Lg. fenced yard. Patio, pool (laci. service). Aate apriakiers. |8M nao. Call 505-OMl. APTS POB BENT (New) MsJor ft Center St Area. Avail. Nov. lat. UafUrniahed 2 bdrm., 1 bath, washer dryer. Private entrance ayitem. Adalta only. 8350. mo. ISM Sec. Depoalt. 8100 CleanlBg fbe. 505-0881 or 873-824S. HOUSE FOB BENT 3 bdrm., 2 bath 5350 mo. IIM dcpo. 505-0140. • TOP LOCATION!! 543,0M. completely redecorated 3 bdrm. home located IS Wyoming, downtowa Headerion. Owaer will carry flaancing with 5% da. pymt. Open house uBtll Boon daily except Sunday. RETIRED PERSON Suppieaaental income light malnt. 25 hrs. per week. Handy, Independant worker ONLY. Good workiuf cond. ft benefits. Call MOB. 5054048. KEY MAKING MACBINE FOR SALE with sUBd ft some blauks, ft otkcr misc. Items. 5054015. •ffmmmmmmmmfMmmmmmmmmmmmmfm OASIS GARDENING Complete grounds maintenance. 4 yrs. experience in B.C. We care for the "blooming things". Call Tim or Chria at 293-5115. B.C. W ia g MO WMo aw BMM M B WMawoawMwwaaiiiaawHMWHd OE JAYS CLOTHES <|^ "Octobor Spoclol" Buy 2 Pair of Jea(in-^JNftjf;-Oet the 3rd One pK[[| -ttoe.eti; 91 sstiq Bay 2 Shirto, Sweatort. ^k^.rGet the Srdone pRffl -^ .., (SALE EAUtt d^BERil):^ db I2eB Wyoming 4-v ^ ^ (at Ave. O Bonlder Cfft^ ^^ THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR EXPERIENCE DICK BLAIR REALTY REALTOKs m mMtoi BobBlair • REALTOR Carl Cowan ^^ Andrea Anderson...^ ^^ Katie Cartlidge.. 833 Nevada Hwy., B.C. 293-2171 AFTER HOURS CALL: .....203-2049 Patty Gulfey 203-1480 Nell Olson ....103-2158 Cheryl Ferreuce.... ....203-2254 — omcB gfAOt roa UMt ^m^ JUST LIKE NEW • 885,5M. 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, upgraded carpeting, modern kitchen with pantry and ^''eakfa&t bar. Home has approxiantely 1438 aq. feet of liveable area, block fence, screened back porch. There's comfort here. Priced to Mil quickly! COME BE INSPIRED!! Enjoy life in Uili nearly new custom home designed especially for Seathem Nevada living near Lake Mead. This one is diftitreat muiUlevel with approiimately 1080 sq. ft. of ipacioua liveable area, ceramic tile, unique floor plan. You will want to aee the 2 large bedrooms, 2 batha, country kitrheu with custom decor. Fireplace and upgraded carpeting. Priced at only 8115,000. Call forappointnacnt today! MAINTENANCE PBBE far the buyer who would rather be oa the lake tkaa ia tke yard. 2 kcdrm. CONDO wllk (xeellcat view. Upgraded throaghoat. 8.P. SPACIOUS FAMILY HOME In the new area ofUwia Homes. Country kltehen with microwave, 4 bdrms., t batha, upgraded carpeting In Un tones. Nice site lot with lawn, patio, and water softener. Shows well and reeks with comfort. Priced st only 5O7,0M. QUIET CUlJPBAjrv^ bftm., 1 V^Ob i car garage. Thermal panVmlHowl. Iliaintenmce Bee siding, AatomaUc Spala|JbiKBgad f ia l i^ l a lB. |72,5M. SOMEONE 10 MIMING THE BOAT ON THIS ONB!! Sharp 2 bodrm. with torge lat, 2 ear garage, good tahe•vartoaa.Modeotly priced at OOOJOO-OOLBSSI bay OB Iho iaarkst. DMCBIMINATINQ BUYERS wlU atop looklag after Boolag liUs MoUcaloaa 4 badna.. 2 halh, I car garage with apoaor, Jaeuaal Spa, eoverod patios, BV pwfclag aad wpoaUag to femlly Uvlu Call o
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Excelleat iBCome epportaaity. rot APPOINTMENT CALL: LMIA SANKRS—UWIS HOMES 73M960 ^mm/ Property People' ..l%katkkaBMta r will carry tad. ar la a teraar CkltB Madal. yea. Taa Buay extras ta IE0UCED-:4lllfEDIATE POSSESSION 'Owaar sagri "Oat He Aa OMr{" ea tkia claaa I kdr • IgMaiid mis. Oaly IMra yean aM. LMT dewB A awa aaaasM tkis PlA iaaa. CaU Vyraa 1144111, avaa. MOVING ON UP to HgUaad nilsmu spaitliac 4 kdna. h SalUag lawa, warai fcssai toki s kaa wake • eatiaa. Bay kas the Urt af axtraa. M4lli, aaa. M4-1MI. RENT RECEIPTS are laaers. IMs S kraL daaMe-wlda sMkiie kwae A let U a wtaaar. • a rr saaiii ky afcade ttaaa. alarage skada. plekat fcaca. Mack • era. CaU • •y. SPICAND8PAN laat aaedad to elaaa • aaave rigkt ta -1 kdnas., t katks, large ast kedraaa salto, caraar let, caa fee skawa aaytlaw ky JacUc IM-tf li, evea. M4-IMt. FAMLT SIZED HOME receatly radac e d, 4 knas., t katka wttk auay aaMaltles, lacladiag scrvtoa parch. PMA Hu to asaaMkto witk tow dawB aad sapar law iatercst CaU Baaa Iw spacMcs MMIU, eaas. MM947. EXCITING CUSTOM HOME tito raa<; aaadacfc, aarfeto katkiaaai taka A sfeawers, H acre tot, eastaa drapes, garlaa caaitpard, eMwrad patto, fll|y raaai, averslaed garaga. Call Oary INdatalla year appl. gi44iU. avas. Mi-|M1. A MOST TEMPTING BUY tor Ike yMug toally — a toe|y haM raaadatod witk tka aaadara eaBvaatoMaa. Lacatod aiar schaato, aac car garage, reaaaaakto atUity kUb, aad aaay aara ai cap ti aaal valaas. PRICED TO SELL t bdnaa., larger caraer let, feacad yard. reMdetod Utckea |4S,tM.M. EXCELLENT BUY 4 kAnaa., garapa, 4lBta raea, feacad yard, cwrerad patto ISMM. OWNEB HELP WITH nNANHNG wMk flMMdMri. t fednas^ S ton katka. New carpet, aew tUc naars, acw water keator, ae* axfarlar aidi^ TBAl Um i M l' ES UNs.ll.pskUsksMeMfetotm,tM. WALK TO THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE ft— tkto ihstp 4 Mna tmm wHfe leak l a a da c aplag. Sator keatod peal. VA Isaa to iSsatoHii. DOLLRWUiB Caqr aad alse twf kadrWM kaaa, excelteat ceadltlaa aad caavcateat tocattoa. New ilaaaaISM mitokto. TOSBBIITOWANT tkto na|l% feviH tulfm feMBe 4 torge kdrm. to BMet year toHllr's aeeds. Csrimto tUat|ri i* ljm .rH i W l j li •! kdrM. • already kas teaaat, tkeir reat keiag yaw eMtP • WhStllf datalto. ONLY GETTING BETTER is the way to daacrike • aaay apgradas. tall reaedetod Utekea witk caataa caMaato A breaktoat kar. ealargad llviag raaa witk krlck flrcptoce • toraMi dlalag area • aaagr atket toataret. CaU tor jwar appt id4-tili VERY ATTRACTIVE VALLEY VIEW HOME 11 sp a d iae i sdriia a hHchea la a ceeTs deUgfet aad capped wlU aU I. vr ^ ^ .?^"*|j;W"-'wdfM^PriWeritoftfea leak bwa A aferato, and excallaat tcras tea! INSTANTLY APPEAUNG a aew keae ta PMfeUI Estates. Bat, irs kaea deeeratcd witk ttyto, apgraded catpettag, lavaly bay wtodew ta Uviag raaa to view tke Vegas VaUay, KUcfeaa flUad wttk OE appUaaeea, AND awaar wUl aegettote aa tenaa. HIGHER PRICES are Caalag. Save ky aettag aew aa this nghtoad HlUa 4 kedraoa keaaty. ITaatetally daearaied, toaly lawa. asack BHwc. CaU Bay. URBAN COWBOYS CHOICE I Caataa react styto kea a Ba g thari lyreea witk aataralstaacflreplace late arBVieaak CaU Bey. HOMELOVERS MOBILE HONE llaMaadetssaTraUarl |ceendSVrarfelag.tl Bt.CaUBay. wark s ksps, gtoat cavered petia. r trees aad skraks. aack VALUABLE DESET LAND 11, iafaial H acrea to SecUaa t7, total, ready to kattd aa. witk water. aewer, 1 iaeltorit: % eeie tot wIlA wator A atfeer aOUttoa aaar^ It. 1 Acre ta Mtoalaa MUs • WMar. Pewar, t s l apksaa • |17.Nt. |i!iU.J5l>tt llseam peedtoiallaa.tt.Mleaifclet IWTHin IC Bedtoa • JUr BBIWCED • I acre kaUdbig tot • wee 1S,IM. NOW rerMlselaaBd.aad lUftag. INVB8T0BB P1SA8B NOTE! f aoealaat stopa *• • Black Heoatata aak Baaee Call Bey. MiGH oounrniT fflva aerea aa BMpawap Bead CaU B^. ICMOOBE TOUB CHOICE [Uta.-CaUBay. REALTORS 18 Water St. 1-2515 Bob Olsen Realty & Insurance tnc. D Realtor-MLS ^^\ ^ 6 ff liter St., Hendenon^mmJ MAtro* ,JM-I8:ii SMALL CASH OUT l>t>B FAST INVESTMENT S Br. witk I katks, toaily reea, fireplace, tastetaUy decorated, skews pride of kea e Water Safteaer, late af appUaaces. Feaccd. Qaick eacrsw • ^Bick paeaeuiea. Owaer toaviag. CaU ht datalto. LOOK WHAT WE FOUND!! Caty twe kedraa a cottage sarrtvaded by large skade trees located aa f aiet side street, coaptote witk raage, refrigeratar, carpet tfcroagkoet A drapes. Alaaiaaa sidiag for extra saviaga. Owner will carry paper with gaed teras. IDEAL FOB BETIBED COUPLE OK NEWLYWEDS t kdiaL care-ftec desert Uadscapiag witk white A ktoek rock artistically set oat. Hoae is plaaked for addiUaaal H batk. Uader a year eld. Block wall aad late af iapraveaeata. Very alee. K-t lavoetawat PoteaUal ar Jast gaod Uviag. t Br. coapietoly reaadelled witk aew ploakiag A aew wirlag all waUs aad ceiliags fteskly rehtowa. Porch oa S sides of koese • ready tor eacloeiag to cealrert or daplex, or to Jast e^Joy eatdoor liviag. Feaced ysrd. Owaer will carry oa SBMU dowa payaaat witk tow aeatkiy payaeato. cm. DE SAC WITH STONE FIKEPLACE EcoBoaQT koBM fireplace has heatatotar, 3 Br., with toraal diaiag reea, my well hcpt, a Jay te show, corner cabiaete bailt ia plea S storage baildiags. Kaagc A KefHgerater, carpet, drapes aU iacladed. WeU kept yard. Withia Walhiag te dewatewa. HOME WITH A VIEW High oa Btock Moaataia aad over StM sq. It. of laxarioas liviag • 4 Br. pias tH baths, aalqae bi-toTol hoaM with Itett gaoM reea oa lower tovel. Coaatiy Style hitehea. Owaer is bailder aad baiU with laviag care tor flually coaUtert Doah to glased wiadawa give apectacaiar view of Las Vegas. With saull dawa awaer wiU carry flaaaciag. t% car garage. UKE NEW AND SHAKP 3 Br. I aad % baths. KV ParUag area, Kaage, refkigerater. Dishwasher, waaher aad dryer aad mach BMre. Owner leaving area. Call fbr cean ptote details. Coapletely feaccd yard. Very Nice. KOOMTOKOAM % Acre lot high oa hiU, aew caitoa hoae with beaatital view of Vegas. Saahea Uviag raoa off entry fqrer, with coantry styto Mtehea A toaily rooa. Doable garage pias rooa te grow. Ideal for the Horseaaa. HIGHLY IMPKOVED Tract t haaM with auster bedreoa ealarged to tt X 14, toraal diaiag rooai, coaatiy atyle Utekea, Uaadry raoa added aad additieaal bath. AppUaaces and drapes and carpet, coaptote. Large fenced yard oa cal de sac. Qaiet aeighborheed. Owaer wUl carry at sauii dowa. NO HIGH INTEREST. GKEAT INVESTMENT DUPLEX v. bat soned K4. Look ahead. Located near Proposed new CenvenUon Center Klght ia the heart of Downtewn. ExceUent iBveataaat opportaaity, good tax shelter, or Jast a geod daplex te live in one side and rental income on the other. Good Terau. BEAUTIFUL YAKD WITH POOL Sapor hoBM with 4 Br., 1% baths Spring Meadow leeattoa, Hoae Is Itae new aad taatetally decorated. This oae has a low low old iaterest leaa, aad tor SOBM cash yon can save a handle. The EXECUTIVE HOME tor a tobarcr's price. Exceptioaal Bay! ENLABGED HILLCKEST-FOR THE LARGE FAMILY yet ECONOMICALLY priced. 3 Br., 1 and % baths, with addition apataira. Feed preparatioa aad preaetvaUen center adjacent te Utehea, tort deep froeae aad catttag areaa tor the deer heater, late af extra cabiaete fbr feed preaervatioa, Uke kariag aa additieaal kitekea, aaly twice aa large. Patiaa, keatalater ta Fireplace of aataral rock faciag, diaiag rooa. Call far appoiataMat Priced low te sell fast • Owaer ka kaUt aaatber. WABEHOUSING SITES A BKAGE CaU tor details INDU8TKIAL ACBUILDING LOTS Oae oa Black Moaataia Only |lt.7M • dowa aad awaer carry • We have otkcrs! Saall HEATED POOL 4 Br. XH bath with saahea liriu rooa, toaily rooa, heaMallly laadsfapod with tote of cool decklag, aad a hwrted peoL This oae wiU caah oat tor last sato. Ctoec to achaol aad parh. GOING HENDEBSON BUSINESS Bl^ dewatewa Headorsoa • Xtyrs. fkaUiy estakUahod baaiaess. SauU aaaaat of Caah pate yea ia the driver's seat CaU today for dctaUs. EXCBLLENT OFPOBTUNITY FAST FOOD Serrico at Meier Highway iatersecttoa wMh acceaa l^aa S Malar thoraaghtorcs. 14 yra.Faailyaparatod BaaUraak-CaU tor datalto xm mr BOULDEB HIGHWAY FBONTAOB Beady tor Baildlag. All VUUttos Avaitokto. APTKR HOURS CALL: iRANNIA.OUDOBHAIOO,MOBn SSMTIS pcm 1. oLssN aeH VIMILltenNNBY MMWl JAMCT SHAW..._ PAUUm "TWA" WILLIAMS WCKABL p. >BKGE1IYK7: „ „..L.. DIAMB BARLOW ..„ IA It's like having a party line to all the buyers, sellers nnA sloas at oar "port," antil he died ia a boat accldeat oa Lake Mead. f^imcf^ <^:.£j.MryThie MiuMthe^ went Mis Hendarson Hoan Newt \ 564-1881 '<^i. BovMer City News l^^ 293-2302^ Soonafter the mid' nineteenth century, the task of writing six volumes of a coilectioo called the History of Woman Suffrage was begun by Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Stanton, two women who had played important roles in the political movement for getting women the voU. The first three volumes took 10 years to write and were completed in 1886. the fourth volume was published in 1902. and the last two volumes were finished 20 years later in 1922. The woman who edited the final two volumes of this worlt had collaborated with Anthony and Stanton from the beginning and made it her „ life's worit to finish the tollection. Who was tha^M}''' Ida Husted Harper. .t R E C E I'V E D ; ::. IQSQ This Newspaper's Election EndorsemenlfimE mm, • • t • • ^ CARSON CITY, NEVADA 89701 (MORE NEXT WEEK ON NATIONAL RACES) } By Morry Zenoff Ttte dtbeas of thia commonlty arc faced with a moot hnptrtaat decision oa Novenrir 4th hi deddlag be> twefB Carter or Reagan f^ pfedpdent* Jfst aa vital a dedsioa bees OS locaHy. Proper governmoft hi the coonty and en the atat# level is gofaig to be necibfesary hi the twbolent years head. Today we atart oar soggoationa to the voter hi the hope we can help pat the best talent In ofllce. What we don't tooch on today, we wOl finish in next Thursday's bane, even delvv big bito tlie presidentla) raee. This eomaianlty has been gifted down throogh tiie years with new men coming onto the scene and aerving so well. Mike O'CaUahan is a good eiampie. A Basle High School schoolteacher, he later oflered to serve. He became governor of Nevada aad proved so strong aad able that he could win anything he wanted to from now oa hi. Bob Broadbent, a drogglai bi Boalder City, some 20 years ago deckled to serve the people. He has proven hhnself over and over again as he led Boalder City and then the county Into the best waya of life as the area grow into national prombicnce. At each election Broadbent haa had someone to face and that ia good becaooe that is the American way. At each election, the voters with theh reso^ ling 'yes' thanked him \i endorsed him. This time he has aa opponent aad here again comes the need for the people to vote hfan aa oar public servant. He is Boulder City's aad Henderson's watchdog on the coonty level as well aa behig hard • hittinghonorable, talented man aitting among the otrong Yogas contfaigent on the county commission. It is important that aU oar dtlzens see that Bob continoes hi office. Jack Jeffrey served as a dty coondlman in Henderson aad waa so strong and so able that his work put Henderson on the road to where it la today. It was a happy moment when he aaawered the request of many to serve on a higher level. He waa elected to the atate atsofflbly and waa re-elected twice after that. Hla voice hi Caraon City won many pbuidits and hi this colamn's ophikm, he is on the way to winnfaig a reputation of bebig one of Nevada'a beat political servanto. I would love to see him governor of Nevada one day Juat as he aaw his old schoolteacher serve aa governor. Jack has an opponent this thne, which is good, but we must all work to make sure Jack Is thanked for what he has done hi office. A man as strong eveUtaally as Jack and Bob and Mike haa come across the scene now in the name of Danny Thompson. If you don't know hhn, please get to know him. What See MORRY cent, on Page It • • • • • • • • HBME THE COMMUNITY'S NEWSPAPER WITH WIIKLY SHOPPMS WHICH INCLUDI MIRCHANTS' MISSAOIS THAT SIRVI ALL 10.000 HOMIS IN THI HINDIRSON-IOULDIR CITY ARIA. Our 32nd Year • SSth Edition HENDERSON. NEVADA PHOI^E 54-1881-AU Departments rriceSS* Thursday, October 23,1980GTE Sylvania Lays Cornerstone Here Tuesday THE BOndM UNE ByLoma Kestenon Cit/ Officials Question Census Figures Ethusiasm Is alive and well at Basic Hlgb School. This person's ears vibrated all day Friday after spendhig some time at the pep aasembli for Homecombig to Judge wi|icb of the four cUsses ctibered the loudest and had tlie most participation. With me as judges were Kent Anderson and Don Taylor. Both of these men wcM^i in schools so maybe theh ears were not as sensitive aa mhie, but everyone's ears got a work oat. The Junior class won but It was a toss-up. The seniors were organlied and ndsy but when acUss geto bi the senior bracket, numbers drop off. You can't onderrste the freshmen and sophomores eidier. t)on Taylor, who was Justifli^ly proud of the kids said, **^e record is 201, thbik w|at it would be if they won a game." Then the kIdS went out and alkiost beat Rancbo so maybe th sphit is catchbig oa! ^Mayor Loria WIlBams and his wife Tina, will leave soon fo^ Japan with the Laa Vegaa Gfavendon Authority te pron^Me toorlsm hi Nevada. Lorin'a way is befaig paid by nienies collected from the mam taxes, however, Mrs. WllUama will pay her own l*iy. Several people have queatloaed Mrs. WDUaais trip, but shs is payfav her own way. By Mary Stafford Clark County officials may be pleased with the perliminary population and housing counts from the .1980 Census but local officials are questioning their accuracy. The preliminary data indicates a population of 22,001 for Henderson, living in a total of 7.789 housing units. This compares to the 1970 data which had 16,395 persons living in 4,915 housing units. Although this represents a sizeable 34 percent increase in population over the ten years. City Manager Bob Campbell feels the figure is still too low. "The Census Bureau indicates we have only 2,874 more housing units than in 1970. This is hard to accept," said Campbell, "when we've issued permits for over 4.500 new housing units in the last five years alone." Officials also point out that census data indicates only 2.8 persons per household when 1970 data had 3.3. Campbell says this also appeared questionable "given the demand fdr new school rooms we are seeing ail over town." While it is difficult to point out what problems an inaccurate count my cause the city, officials do note that several federal programs, including Revenue Sharing, are directly dependent upon population numbers. Plans are being made to request a meeting with Census officials to see if more accurate information can be provided. With the release of these preliminary counts, the temporary census office in Las Vegas has been officially closed and completed census questionnaires have been shipped to the Census Bureau's processing center in Laguna Niguel. California.. $1 MILLION FOR HENDERSON—County Commissioner Bob Broadbent, left, presented Henderson city officials which a check for $1 million for the construction of a mini-convention center. Accepting the check are Mayor Lorin Williams, and Councilmen Lorna Kesterson and Lee Zike. The four are standing almost where the convention center will be located and construction is expected to get underway around December. Museum Artifacts to Be Appraised Here Henderson's progress for the future is making it necessary to take a look at the past. County Commissioners There the questionnaires will be fed through highspeed equipment which microfilm", each page. The micrufilm is then scanned electronically and the data from the forms is transmitted directly to the Bureau's computers in Suitland, Maryland, just outside Washington, D.C. Since the machine which scans the microfilm cannot read handwriting, no names or addresses enter the Bureau's computers. The preliminary figures are subject to revision and will be superceded by the final population counts which must be turned over to the President' by January 1. 1981. lues, voted a $17,000 contract to hire an appraiser to catalog artifacts stored in the Henderson City Hall Annex. The building in which they arc stored will be demolished to make way for the new mini convention center, Gail Dixon. a licensed appraiser who has. taught continuing education courses in antiques and collectibles at UNLV. was hired for the unique project.-She is, a graduate of Northern Arizona University Graduate School. Assistant County Manager Joseph Denny said the artifacts must be jjjDve4~(|pm Henderson annex to the Southern Nevada Museum on Boulder Highway because the annex will be demolished. The items include boulders, fossils, ancient animal bones, printing presses, bathtubs, photo albums, clothing and Indian relics. Tlie project should be completed within 90 days. Denny said Meanwhile, the commission extended its agreement with Jack Miller and Associates for another year until Dec. 31. 1981, for consulting architectural services. A joint venture that includes Miller recently was awarded the county jail contract. Power Outages Explained by Nevada Power Co. ThBiilhePopiMon of Htndenon 19M Preliminary Population Housing Units Clark County Henderson Las Vegas Boulder Dty North Las Vegss 4gE,0it IM.ltS ,001 7,78t lg4,t7fr~47,SSl t,7 4,0Sf 42,MI 14,1W •1970 Population Housing Units g73,t88 M,047 ie,3M_^,91S 125,787 tt,OM SJtS 1.870 4I,M7 11,481 Nevada Power Co. told the NEWS yesterday the various sections of the city have undergone small power outages during the past week for a variety of reasons. One shortage was caused by a car hitting a power pole which had to be repaired, another when the circuits went out and another when a transformer blew up. "We're working on changing the whole system but it might be some time before it is completed," a spokesman from Nevada Power said. He said some Henderson substations cannot carry the load and it is creating problems. Lorna Kesterson General Telephone aad Electronics Corp. [GTE Sylvania Systems Group] will hold a cornerstone dedication for Its new Lithium Battery Production Facility hi Henderson Tuesday, Oct. 28 I at 10:30 a.m. at the constmctlon site on Boulder Highway next to the Levi Strauss bnikllng. The $0,000 square-foot facility will prodocc lithium thionyl chloride batteries for a variety of space, air, sea and ground applicationB bicludhig the MX project. Richard R. FIdler, vice president and general manager of the Sylvania Communication Systems Division, Needham, Mass., said the facility will employ approximately 200 persons bi the beginning and an additional 300 by 1981, and contain the latest manufacturing and processing equipment. Lithium, the lightest meUd known, has unusual electromechanical properties whkh make possible batteries that operate reliably over extended periods of time under a wMe range of environmental conditions. Fidler explahied, ''The power Hfe of lithium thionyl chloride batteries is 20 tlme^ longer than lead units of the same weight." "GTE has a tremendous lead In the lithium battery field,'' Fidler said. "Begbinlng with work at GTE Laboratories inc. hi Uie early 1970's, the company has carried on extensive reseaifch which led Rrst to the development of small cells for pace maker batteries. Thousands have been implanted hi humans with no failures." More recently, under a U.S. Air Force contract, the communication systems diviskm engineered, fabricated and conducted bi-house testing on lithium batterica for use aa emergency power sources at Mhiuteman IntercontinenUl Missile Launch facilities. "The lithium unlto were required to perform reUably after prolonged storage at temperatures ranging from minus 40 degrees to 66 degrees ceislus." Dignitaries from sUite and local govemmento and others have been hivited to attend the ceremony. fc--v. .... A • ^^jtHtmmimtmmmm ialiiiliifeililiMliiii