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  Our 64th Edition         —     18th Year                                                                     All Departments — Phone 564-1881                                                                 Henderson, Nevada, Thursday August 10, 1967

   Builders Seek Land Near Course for New Homes                                                                                                 At . least five developers
                                                                                                                                            have expressed interest in

Discuss Swim Pool                                                                                                                       I land located in Section 29
                                                                                                                                        • which is owned by the city,
                                                                                                                                            adjacent to the exclusive
                                                                                                                                                                               'Bare Bosom' Discussion
                                                                                                                                        [ Black Mountain Country Club
Complex Here                                                                                                                                area, according to City Man-
                                                                                                                                            ager George Charchalis.
                                                                                                                                                Hose who have expressed
                                                                                                                                                                               Expected to Draw Crowd
   A swimming pool and park facilities at several locations.                                                                                an interest in the land include       A large crowd is expected            City Manager George Char- j the ordinance *as more of a
complex for the city was dis- It is anticipated several w^                                                                                  Sproul Homes, a Las Vegas          to attend the committee meet-         chalis. who has devoted much comproftiise.
cussed by the city recreation be placed in the downtowm                                                                                     developer of many homes, .Art      ing of the council Monday             time to the issue since it first    .Attached to the Uquor ordi-
board recently, but no action business district.                                                                                            Espinoza. a local real-estate      night where the "bare bos-            came before the council said. nance, the new proposed
was taken because of finances            Speed Limit Request                                                                                man who has expressed an in-       om" issue will be debated.            "This ordinance permits a I amendment to the ordinance.
involved.                             The board voted to recom-                                                                             terest in building homes              People "for", and "against"        'snappy'     Las    Vegas-type ; covers indecent, lewd, or im-
   Chairman Dan Taylor told 1 mend to the traffic advisory                                                                                  there, Chism Homes in Boul-        are expected to express opin-         show, without making the I moral entertainment which
the members that a meeting ' committee that the speed lim-                                                                                   der City. Ciu-t Sommers. and      ions at the meeting on the pro-       business non-competitive, yet I could be grounds for revoca-
had recently been held 'with it be changed to 15 miles per                                                                                   the Park-North Building Corp.     posed ordinance controlling           it doesn't permit anything Ition of a license.
several community leaders, hour in the vicinity of the                                                                                       of Pamona. Calif.                 bosom shows and topless               that is not permitted through-      .Attorney George Rudiak for
officers of the city, and mem- three city ball parks.                                                                                           Councilmen voted Monday        waitresses, which was read in         out the state which might I the Rainbow Club, has indicat-
bers of the recreation board            Pop Warner Football                                                                                  night to offer the land in sec-   title at the last meeting of the      bring difficulties to Hender- ' ed that he will take it to
for the purpose of discussing         Callahan requested action                                                                              tion 29 for sale to a builder     council.                              son." Charchalis said he felt court.
the possible de\ elopments ot: by the board on a proposed                                                                                    who will develop homes there.                                                                               The ordinance stresses that
a swimming pool and park ; football league in conjunction                                                                                    The land may be sold at the                                                                              live entertainment featuring
c<}mplex.                         j with the Pop Warner football                                                                             appraised price which is                                                                                 partial nudity must be con-
    It was aRreed by everyone i Program, explaining that the                                                                                 around S200 to S4C0 per acre.                                                                            ducted on a stage or platform
that additional facilities are ; city is not financially capable                                                                                The land will be sold at the                                                                          raised a minimum of 18 inches
needed i" the city, however, of purchasing the football                                                                                      Sept. 11 council meeting, ac-                                                                            from the floor level of the
fmancing a development of' equipment necessary to suit a                                                                                     cording to a legal ad which                                                                              audience, and be separate and
the size required would be | *eam with the protection they                                                                                   ran Tuesday in the Home                                                                                  removed from the audience.
difficult. Considerable thought would require in this size of                                                                                News.                                                                                                      The stage or platform must
wa-i Riven to the possibility of league, and last year agreed                                                                                   The sale of the land will                                                                             be where minors are prohibit-
creating an assessment dis- to let the Boys Club use the                                                                                     carry a number of conditions.                                                                            ed, and closed to view of the
trict, placing a recreation equipment. The club will not                  SMOKEY VISITS — "Smokey" the Bear was a
                                                                                                                                           i one being that the buyer must                                                                            general public. It states that
lK>nd issue on the ballot at the sponsor a team this year, and                                                                             I c o n s t r u c t single-family                                                                          all performers must be paid
next election, or applying for since cost of the program was              guest at the Library last week as a climax to the               • homes.                                                                                                    employees of the establish-
a Federal Grant with match- estimated at $1500 to provide                summer reading program. Prior to his speaking                          If the land is sold at the                                                                            ment where they perform and
ing funds from the city.            a program for aroiuid 30 days,       to the youngsters, Mrs. Thomas told how he got                       appraised cost the buyer will                                                                           obtain a work permit nor can
   Recreation Director .\ 1 e x the board voted against parti-           his name and how he was adopted by the Forest                    • bear certain other costs which                                                                            they mix with or render any
Callahan showed the board cipation with the exception of                 Service.     He also appeared at the Park Village
                                                                                                                                          ! have been incurred by the                                                                                 service to the public during
oiieration and maintenance I L. E. Anderson, who abstain-                                                                                 j city. .Any lands not developed                                                                            the entertainment.
figures on the present pool, j ed. 1                                      reading finale.                                              r! according to the contract, will                                                                                Females offering or render-
showing that it is a loss to the |                                                                                                           have them revert back to the                                                                             ing service to the public shall
city each year. He explained!                                                                                                                city and any developments                                                                                be covered with a halter or
this is normal for municipally-1
owned pools throughout the
country as it is usually pro-1
                                 Richard Turner Has Kidney                                                                                   will be as liquidated damag-
                                                                                                                                             es to the citv.
                                                                                                                                                       LADCO LAND
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      such type garment, and photo-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      graphs or pictures depicting
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            partial nudity or setsi-nudity
vided as a recreational pro-
gram for the community rath-
er than a iiMney^aiakiim proj-1
ect. He did stress, however, j
                                 Transplant at UCLA Center                                                                                      The sale of 4.570 feet of
                                                                                                                                             frontage land on Boulder
                                                                                                                                             1 isfjway. which originally was
                                                                                                                                             purchased bv Ladco Corp.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            shall be displayed only in the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            area of entertainment. Fail-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            ure to comply could cause a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            show-cause hearing.
the fact that the city would; Richard Turner. 26-year-old            tion.                              his family said that as soon ^^ igter repossessed by the                                                                                              Councilmen f^att Prince
not be in a position to main- j son of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Tur-           Turner had been on the as the new kidney, donated by ^.^^^ ^g^. approved by the                                                                                                     and Barney Cannon have ex-
tain additional facilities that ner. 448 National St., has un-       waiting Ust for surgery at his aunt. Mrs Dolores West. | pQ^n^^^ji Mondav. and will be                       LDS SPEAKER — Marvin J. Ashton, business,                                 pressed a desire for an ordi-
might mvolve further finan- dergone successful surgery at            UCLA for ten weeks, and it was implanted, it started to j^i^j „„ g^pj fj                                                                                                               nance, however. Councilman
cial losses.                        UCLA Medical Center in Los       was performed on Wednesday, function.                               | Q^y Manager George Char-               church and civic leader of Salt Lake City, will be                        Bud Franklin feels it is not
    Further study will be given Angeles, where he received a          Aug. 2. His family reports i He is still <n intensive care; phalis said yesterdav that an                   the guest speaker at an M-Men, Gleaner fireside                           necessary. Mayor W. R.
 to the project.                    kidney transplant, it was        that he is getting along fine. • at the hospital where he will • out-of-town group with local                Sunday, August 13 at 8 p.m. at the Cholla Street                          Hampton and Councilman
    Callahan told the board learned here.                               Prior to that time he had remain two weeks, the family! ^^^pppj-pj^gfj^.p^ have ex-                                                                                                 Paul Marshall, have not de-
                                                                                                                                                                                  LDS Church.
 that thp city will soon install      The young man. a graduate      been in Sunrise Hospital, but j said. His aunt w ill be released , pressed an interest in the                                                                                          clared themselves.
 tlireerdrinking fountains for of Basic High School, makes            after tests it was ascertained from the hospital possibly this ! j^^^j jy^^ council expressed a
the Recreation Department, his home in Las Vegas with                that his father. Dale Turner, j week.                               I desire to sell the entiie front-
 using money from the F'air his wife. Kathv and their two
and Recreation board fund. daughters, Debbie 2" 2- and
 Fountains will be installed at I Tracy 3 months. They were
                                                                      would be unable to give a kid- j The Turner family has lived ^g^ ^f possible,
                                                                      nev for the necessarv trans-1 in Clark County for the past,
                                                                      plant, he came to the UCLA' 22 years. Richard's brother. • On both parcels of land the
                                                                      center, which is equipped with | Kenneth, lives with his family city will sell with the purchas-
                                                                                                                                                                               City to Call
                                                                                                                                                                               For Bids For
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     To Dedicate P.O.
the swimming pool and the ' at the Conejo Valley home of              a kldnev machine.               ] in Desert Hills Mrs. Turner , er depositing five percent as
city park for a total cost of his uncle and aunt. Mr. and
$835. This is in conjunction I Mrs. C. S. Turner, 2196 Alice
with a city-wide program for 1 Drive, Newbury Park, Calif.,
                                                                        Since "his own kidneys had is in Los .Angeles with her | earnest money, and ten per-
                                                                      completely stopped function- son, and Turner has returned 1 cent down at the time of sale,
                                                                      ing, this machine was neces- home but will go back.                       Councilman Bud Franklin
                                                                                                                                                                               Street Work
                                                                                                                                                                                   Councilmen. by unanimous
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Building Sept. 9th
 providing drinking fountain for a week prior to the opera-                                                Since Richard will use the maintained throughout the                 decision, voted to advertise            Dedication ceremonies for                  Howard Cannon have indicat-
                                                                      sary to keep him alive. The
                                                                      operation took 3' hoiu-s. but I kidney machine in the future. | discussion that the city should           approximately 569 acres of           the new Henderson post of-                    ed that they will be available
                                                                                                      la trust fund in his name has retain some of the land for                 land^for sale in sections 2 and      fice, located on Market and                   and attend the services, how-
                                                                                                      I been set up at the Bank of public purposes. The recrea-                 3 near the Los Angeles free-         Navy streets, will be held                    ever, no word as yet has been
                                                                                                                                                                                way and tlie Henderson cut-
                                                                     New Pastor                       I Nevada. Henderson branch, i tion department requested a
                                                                                                         by some of his friends.             road stop in that area. The        off.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Sept. 9, according to Postmas-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     ter Charles Connor.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   received from Congressman
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Walter Baring.
                                                                                                                                         1 council decided that any pub-           .An application for the land         Senators .Alan Bible and                     Ken Dyal. regional director
                                                                     Arrives Today                        His address is:
                                                                                                             427 E. Wing Bed 2.          I lie lands needed in that area        was submitted several                                                              of the post office department,
                                                                                                             UCL.A Medical Center,           would be decided prior to the      months ago by .Arby .Alper ot                                                      from San Francisco, will at-
                                                                        Rev. Marvin Elam. new
                                                                     pastor for the First Southern           Los -Angeles. Calif.        • sale of the land.                    Las Vegas, who proposes to
                                                                                                                                                                                construct an airport, complete       Teenager Killed                               tend, along with Ray Ger-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   main, assistant regional di-
                                                                     Baptist Chiu-ch on Cholla                                                                                  with maintenance facilities.
                                                                     street, will arrive in Hender-                                                                                                                  In Cycle Wreck                                rector.
                                                                     son on Thursday. .-Xug. 10, and
                                                                     he will give his first sermon
                                                                     at the church at the 11 a.m.
                                                                                                       Aiper Land Sale                                                          He said in a letter to the coun-
                                                                                                                                                                                cil that the airport would in-
                                                                                                                                                                                clude tie - down       facilities,
                                                                                                                                                                                maintenance repair shops,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Near Here
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      The local post office person-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   nel moved into the new build-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   ing about two weeks ago, but
                                                                     service on Sunday, .Aug. 13.                                                                                                                       Jack H. Geiser, 17. of 1728              I the official opening will be
                                                                                                          The first phase of the city's and not needing extensive               along with all other ancillary
                                                                        Members of his congrega- street improvement program work done.                                          operations usually associated        Silver Birch Lane, died about held Sept. 9.
                                                                     tion will cook a hot meal for passed the first hurdle in the • Streets included are the                    with a general aviation air-         4:45 p.m. at Southern .Nevada
                                                                     him and his family when they city council meeting Monday "Ways." Nevada; Calif., Ore-                     .port.                                Memorial Hospital Friday,
                                                                     arrive Thursday. He is mov- night as councilmen authoriz- gon. Washington. Utah, Arizo-
                                                                     ing here from Wickenburg. ed the city to call for bids for na. New Mexico. Montana.
                                                                                                                                                                               ^ He said he would begin pre-         from injuries suffered July 28
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     in a motorcycle accident on
                                                                                                                                                                                liminary work on the airport
                                                                        The new pastor's family streets.
                                                                                                        the paving of a number of Colorado and Idaho. It in-
                                                                                                                                            cludes Wyoming avenue. Copi-
                                                                                                                                                                                as soon as the purchase of the
                                                                                                                                                                                land is negotiated and the title
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     State Route 41, near Hender-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     son.                                   Honors LV.
                                                                     consists of his wife, Christine,                                       per street, a portion of Mag-
                                                                     and two daughters, a high            Estimated cost of the first nesium. Silver, Tungsten                  thereto, is passed and the ap-
                                                                                                                                                                                plicable zoning is granted by
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Schnitzer said Geiser lost
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     control of his motorcycye and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Traffic Expert
                                                                     school sophomore, - and an phase of the project was set street. Lead street. Arkansas,                     the City. He stated he would         was thrown to the pavement                       .A resolution commending
                                                                     eight-year-old girl. He also by Bill deValcourt, public and Tin.                                                                                at around 11 p.m. .As he was .Alfred Bossi for his work in
                                                                                                                                                                                begin actual construction of
                                                                     has three married children. works director at $13,000. The                 Mayor W. R. Hampton said.       the airport within 12 months         lying unconscious on the high- the recently completed traffic
                                                                     They visited Henderson sev- project will entail only those "This is a step in the right                    from the date he receives title      way, he was struck by a pass- study for the City, was aii-
                                                                     eral weeks ago.                    streets not involved in the wa- diiection." and other projects                                               ing motorist and dragged 50 proved by the council last
                                                                                                                                                                                and zoning. He said he needed
                                                                                                        ter improvement program will be planned.                                no services from thft-city such      feet, highway patrolmen said. night.
                                                                                                                                                                                as water or sewer lines.                The driver of the car was                     The resolution states that
                                                                     Larry Allen                                                                                                  -Alper, who was in the audi-       identified as Alan B, Neilson, the central business district

                                                                     In Vietnam
                                                                       Army Private First Class
                                                                                                        Morry's Story                                                           ence Monday night with a son
                                                                                                                                                                                who is serving in the armed
                                                                                                                                                                                services in Alaska, was repre-
                                                                                                                                                                                sented by Posner, associates.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     18, of 202 W. Victory Rd. Fun- of Henderson h;»s had for a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     eral services were held in Las number of yeais, a serious
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   traffic and parking problem
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    and that during the years with
                                                                     Larry Allen was recently/y                                                                                    Mayor W. R. Hampton said          HENSEN APPOINTED                              increased traffic,- it has be-
                                                                     transferred to Viet Nam to be                                 by Morry Zenoff                              he felt the project was com-         TO RECRE.VTION BOARD                          come more critical.
                                                                     attached to the 8th Infantry     It appears the recession is 1 built. The new hotels with                  mendable, however, he said if           Bob Henson was appointed                      It further states that
   LATEST DANCE             Mrs. Carmouche, instruc-
                                                                                                                                                                                someone else offered $1,000 an       as a member of the City Rec- through the couriesy of Mayor
                                                                     Division. His unit has done over—and there is a boom just I their 600 to 1000 employees
   tor for the Recreation Dept. dance class, looks on                                                                                                                           acre for the land, the city          reation board by unanimous Gran Gragson of Las Vegas,
                                                                     most of it's moving in small starting to hit!                  each has taken up much of the
   while one of her young students warms up in                       tanks.                           Local real estate men arc slack.                                          might take it. The land wiU be       vote of the council Monday .Alfred Bossi. traJEfic engineer,
   preparation for the weekly dance session. Classes                   According to Larry's moth- complaining — because they          Jobs arc available to all—                offered for sale to the public       night.                                        was loaned as a consultant to
   are held each Friday afternoon at the Recrea-                     er, he has had some fresh have much demand for homes just ask the state employment                         according to the city charter.               HENDERSON BOME NEW8                   Henderson. With field person-
                                                                     pineapple and bcuianas since and evcryibing in the files is office, the local factories.                                                          Published evrrj rursrtnv and Thursday nel         from the Chamber of
   tion Center as part of the summer program and                                                                                                                                                                     nwrniiix at Vklurj \ilLi,ie < rnlcr. I'.O.
                                                                     leaving Henderson, but really sold. Latest sale is the Torres    The Boulder City intertic YOUTH DANCE SET                                      B« SLS, Hrnderson. Nrv.-id.! f<3tli.           Commerce. Bossji conducted a
   include instruction in tap, ballet, tumbling, mod-                                                                                                                                                                  M. M. Zenaff, l>.ilarrs /•-i'..rr, »-<i«»
                                                                     misses running water and home on the Black Mountain and local headquartered wa- FRI. AT CENTER                                                  mi M. M. Zeaarr, Dolorr^ Zca.fl. M- survey of the downtown busi-
   ern dance and baton. Classes are offered in ten-                  milk.                          Golf Course.                    ter projects haven't even         .A teen age dcmce will be                      pabllshers: M. M. /rnorf. rriilor: Di>1or«« ness district and presented it
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Zenoff. aS!tocial« edilm . D ..ores Zeauff.
   week segments and are open to boys and gir\s of                     Larry visited with family      The Vegas rental and house started, also Lake .Adair. also! held at the Youth Center Fri-                      iMlsineitS manacer                            to the city and chamber.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Ent.rrd at tlie post ofliLi- In Hinder.
   all ages at a nominal fee of $5.00. Anyone inter-                 and friends while home on sale market in the better- the buildup at Nellis and Mer- { day night from 9 until 11:30,                             lOB, Nevada as sccod rla!»s matter .•            The report was concise and
   ested in registering for the next session is urged                leave prior to his being ship- than-average area is just cury—haven't even started— ! according to -Alex Callahan,                              JUM la, 1»S1.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       SubscriplioB rales: sii<-.le ropy. 19
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   clear, according to the resolu-
                                                                     ped to Viet Nam.               about sold out with the Inter- So — there's merry-making 1 recreation director.                                  cents. Rate by carrif-r W.OO per >rar. tion, and was given to a num-
   ested in registering for the next session is uregd                                                                                                                                                                Mail subMTiption. itrst nf Mississippi ber of different groups. The
                                                                       He is the son of Mr. and national Golf Course condo- a-coining for the economy, | Music will be by the Psy-                                   River (3.SII for Nit miinlhs. W.Ml per
   tp contact the recreation department by calling                   Mrs. Wendall D. Allen, 530 minium homes selling like here - there - everywhere in i chotic Sound group, and tick-                               year. East of the .Mississippi Kiver $4.Si city council publicly acknowl-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     for six montlis, S8.0U per year. Fte
   565-8921, or 565-8932.                        "^                  National St.                   hotcakes, though not even Clark County.            j   >      | ets will be $L                                   copies IS ttatt eadi.                         edged his work.

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