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1986-07-08 - Henderson Home News

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1986-07-08 - Henderson Home News
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Dickensheets, Scott ( Columnist )
Dailey, John ( Columnist )
Scott, Katherine E. ( Columnist )
West, Bobby ( Columnist )
Fourcade, Jack ( Columnist )
Lehr, John H. ( Photographer )
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HBC Publications, Inc.
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n Paga 12A Hsndsnon Home News and Boulder City Newk Thursday, July 3, 1986 Vital statistics of Statue of Liberty ^ COINGRATULATIOINS j^ BOULDER CITY ff On Your 38th Damboree Celebration • ^ BOULDER I Qreativo Printer^ ^ looo Nv^A^v**T HIT 293-6344 i i. Hoj^t firom base to torch 161ft. 1 in. Steps in Statue from base to torch 171 steps Height from base of foundation to torch 306 ft. 1 in. Heel to head 111 ft. 1 in. Height of torch 21 feet Length of hand 16 ft. 6 in. Index finger Eight feet Circumference of finger at second joint 3 ft. 6 in. Sise of frng^nail 13 by 10 in. Chin to cranium 17 ft. 3 in Head thickneu from ear to ear 10 feet Distance across eye 2 ft. 6 in. Length of nose 4 ft. 6 in. Length of right arm 42 feet Greatest thickness of right arm 12 feet Greatest thickness of waist 35 feet Width of mouth Three feet Length of tablet 23 ft. 7 in. Width of tablet 13 ft. 7 in. lUcknees of tablet Two feet Nrwioreh • bov( %tlkwy. Rebuild wructuril •kricton in thouldrr area. Clean fkin, anil corrmlvc Ireatmeni to the exterior. Repalrt to Malrway. Stairway to be widened. Improvement! to rel platformi. New interior and (Mcrlor llghtlni. Rfpalrtand Impmvrmenlt to viewing area In cruwn. Replace all loow and mlHlng rKeli. Replace entire eaiilint iron armature with a modern ill<>v Add new emergency and malnirnince elr\'ator from museum level to thouhler area. Floor to be made level here. Merv's Lock & Key ^ >-> Sends Best Wishes "^^i for "^ poulder City's 38th Damboree 540 Avenue B, B.C. 293-3822 i-ELEC^ Cloacd circuit TV viewing in colonnade area lot the haiKllcapped. Improved ventilation throughout. New dock iheller. LandKaping. New menantn* balcony to be added. New elevator in pedestal. Bener accew for the handicapped. Improvement! to adminiMratkin Ndg Improvement! to ronceuion hljg. HORM ^' • A\ 'SHERIFF 'Jr>jr>^ Paid political aovemsemeni Have a Delightful and Delicious Damboree at Frosly's Try Our New Drive-Throusk for Faster Service 825 Nevada Hwy Boulder City 293-1309 ^^m';^:i^: "••\ ; ^% • 1} Happy 38th Damboree From Hallmark Shop U 4iMd tU m^ Sue.. -J(M**AL 806 Buchanan, Ste. 104 Safeway Shopping CMittr, BouMtr City 2^2-^79^ NOfUlli MARIE FOLWELL LI Desert Trim Shop h AtrrO KMTi TBUCU rVRNITUU' CANV A* IVAIM Aimwc* STtECr MM) MSnWATiaH m YiAM cxnaiiNca CONGRATUUTIONS BOULDER Cin ON YOUR 3gra DAMBOREE 1680 Nevada Hwy. Boulder City 293^939 M^irkiri to all our dear friends in Boulder City Happy 38th Damboree ^ from the Staff & Management of the ^*^SIcyline ** Casino & Restaurant • •••tr******* 4^ .9.^ ..I .0^ 0^^ c^^" c^^ Happy Damboree from all of us at 293-6377 1640 Nevada hwy PPfPHf "'PUIlS UMO chiiteiiHt?dl bjr Scott DiektnahMte Homt NtwB Staff WalMr AaMmbly District 22 inevD' bent Jack Jeffrey will have an easier raee for his seat than he might have thought. He's nmning unoppoaed. No one fued to chaUenga Jeffrey, according to a dark io the Clark County Election Dep•r^ ment, and that eliminates the part oi campaigmng Jeffrey moat dialikea. '^IhetefaEDdnusing,''heaaid. 1 don't like to aak people for nfoney." He attributes the lack of opposition to difficulty in recrwting candidatea. Td like to think if a because Vm tough and aU that,** he said Thursday, the day after the filing deadline, ^t I know how difHcult it ia to rsctiiit people. It rsquine a letof sacrifioe. A lot of pec^ wottkllike te run forofXIoebattfaeBthey kek at it and they can't! "Saau of the psople the Republicans triad to racndt in Boulder City would have been tmi|^ can^datee," he said. "But if yoti tell people the truth aboot^Hiat tlwyhavet|pa,ift difikuh to recruit them." AeeeMUy Dietrict ;i The ra6e for the ether Assembly seat involving Hen
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^ Pag* HeaderswB Home News, Henderson, Nevada IWdnjr, Jaly 8,1966 Tneodajr, Jnljr 8. 1966 Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Page 3 KIWANIANS BUILD WHEELCHAIR RUNWAY-Members of the Henderson Kiwania Clnb completed building a concrete runway at the home of Jim Heller at 306 Water St. 1^0 mnway will assist Heller in entering and leavine his residence in his wheelchair. Doe to the genoosity of Basic Ready Mix, who donated the concrete, the Kiwanians were able to also construct a small patio at the same time, which Heller intends to utilize for entertaining with his many friends. Members assisting on the project were John Freels, Bill Giles, John McDevitt, Rex Newell, Delwin Potter, Tom Ryan and Jim Thomas. Green Valley water problems mulled Wednesday Potential water pressure probset for Wednesday, July 9. lems within a rapidly expanding The meeting will be located subdivisions of tile Green Valley at the Green Valley Fire Staneighborhood have prompted a tion on the northeast comer of special Henderson City Council Warm Springs Road and Valle Verde and will begin at 7 p.m. It was called Tuesday night See water page 7 Tips for Tots' to benefit We Can .%• <:?Tips for tots" celebrity barI|ipder> fundraising event is be'6l8 held on Thursday, July 10 at TGI Fridays restaurant to beneflt >/fE CAN, (Working to Eliminate GbM Abuse and Neglect), from 4^ to 9 p.m. :':Local and national notables will ^ on hand to serve up the fun : jijong with clowns, magicians, and jugglers. A special WE CAN drink has been created by the TGI Fridays' bartending staff and can be made with or without alcohol. A Yamaha Jog motor bike has been donated by Nationwide Printers to head up an impressive array of door prizes to be given away throughout the evening. Tickets for this event are |3 for one WE CAN drink and a chance for a door prize. Door Prize tickets will be $1 eadi. The Tips for tots" fundraiser is open to the public. To purchase tickets or for more information, call the WE CAN office at 384-0713. 'vf* ACCIOENT-Henderson police and emergency medical technicians assist a victim of a tniOc acddent Saturday morning. Aceoi^ing to an eyewitness, the cyclist in the photo drove through the intersection of Horixon Drive and Greenway Road Fiidmy at apptoxfanately 9:45 man. without stopping, striking an auto broadside. Police acddent r^orta unavailable Monday. Dumping in desert may bring heavy fines by Katharine E. Soott in 1968, la nellad out aa south of Lake Meed Di by Katharine E. Soott Home JVewa staff writer One man faces charges tomorrow and another wu fined last week in cases involving dumping trash in the desert. According to dty souroes, Henderson is attempting to crack down on the problem. However, dty empkyyses cannot issue a dtiation unless they witness the dumfung themselves. Still, residents who witness such illegal dumping may make a dtizen's arrest. Leonard Lang of the dty's buaineaB license department saki he aoddentaily came on Steven Petridk) of Bivins Construction Company as he dumped trash in the Camarlo Valliqr neij^boriiood June 18. PetrieUo, who told Lang his supervisor tokl him to dump in the desert, was fined $200 plus $10 court costs on June 25. The maTJmum fine is $1,000, and perpetrators can be sentenced to six months in jail. On July 2, Lang witnessed a man working for Bradshaw Landscape dumping a trailer load of grass clippings in the area of Green Valley Parkway and Wigwam. Chad Picklin is scheduled to appear in court on the charge tomorrow evening. The law describing 'prohibited methods of disposal" is one of the oldest on the books. Ordinance number 33, adopted in 1968. la spallad out aa Henderson Munidpal Code 5.16.060. The law states that no traah may be placed on the prtmiios south of Lake Mead Drive near the Valley View neighborhood, will take most traah. However, a spokesperson mentioned they will turn down "Ing items, such of another, nor in any street, u aM>liances, furniture, things alley, gutter or highway, nor like that." on one's own premiaes in such Large rocks and broken conamannerthatit*taiaybebk>wn crate bkxks will also be refuasd or carried over to other public>^ere, she said. However, she or private property." said the Sunrise Mountain site IVash is described in the munwill accept all traah. idpaloode as any garbage, rabbit, dirt, dead animal, aabes or othw material whatsoever. Lang said if anyone who witnesses illegal dumping wanta to bring charges, they should call the police, himself or environmental control of* Hcer Clara Monacviti. "We would help them in the process," he explained, adding, '^ey would have to make the dtizen's arreot." Dnm|rfng locations Monscvitz and Lang noted there are two sites where traah may be legally dumped. Silver State Disposal, the compnay that collecta traah in the area, haa a main dumping site on Sunrise Mountain and a transfer aite in Henderson. A spokesperson for Silver State said dtizens may dump traah for free, as long as they show a cancelled check or a previous biU for garbage service. Commercial dumping ia charged $2 per cubic yard. The Henderson site, located That site is located in Las Vegaa st the end of Vegaa Valley Drive, at the foot of Sunriae Mountain. Both locations are open 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. seven days a week. Large-traah pickup is available to Henderson residential customers every Saturday. There ia one alternative for some contractors who do not want to take dirt, asphalt or broken concrete all the way to Sunriae Mountain. Mike Clancy of WMK Buikiers Products said aelected contractors may deposit "soUd waste' in an open pit oa their property. However, he aaid monitoring has been hard to control, and anything that mi^t decompose within the fill ia not permitted. Contractors with such "solid waste" might get in touch with WMK for a kxal area to dump dirt, asphalt or broken ooooete. Otherwiae, the city warns they should take the traah to the authorized dumps, or face being Hned in court. Weekend from page 1 to rescue a aeven-yearoki girl who was underwater for several minutes in the Las Vegas Waah area of Lake Mead. Tiffany Carson of North Las Vegas was taken to Humana Hospital Sunrise in very critical ocnditian. Sikes said she was not breathing when brou^t out from the water where she had bem playing near the aewer line. Sikes said there were many other incidents at the Lake over the holiday wedund, including rescues on beaches caused 1^ hi^ winds. Several DUI arrests were also made, he said. Fires Most of the fires that involved fireworks which the Henderson Fire Department was called to over the weekend were brush or grass fires. The first came about 1 p.m. Friday, when a power pole owned l^ Nevada Power Company caught fire on Coogan between Palm and Chestnut. Henderson nrefighters extinguished that one. Two more fires started within about 15 minutes of each other starting about 6 p.m. Friday whm firefid^ters put out a traah fire on vacant property near Moeer and Sunset. About 6:15 p.m. a fire in vacant pr(q;)erty across the street from Ballerina was put out before firefighters arrived. A pahn tree caught fire about 7 p.m. on Shoahone Lane, which was also put out before firemen arrived. At about 8:30 p.m. a grass fire in a vacant lot near Horizon and Greenway waa extinguished by a garden hose prior to firefighters' arrival. Another lawn fire outside a home on Ash Stzeet was put out by property owners about 9 p JO. About 10 pjn. Henderson firefii^ters put out a trse and brush fire on a vacant lot near Haroy Lane and flandhiP Road. llie fire was Uamed on children playing with firewcnfai. Although the scene is kwated in Clark County, Henderson firefighters arrived first and put out the fire. However, about 12:10 a.m. Saturday, Clark County firefighters put out a brush fire in a vacant lot near Bluegrass and Eastern. The final fire blamed on fireworks occured about 1:30 p.m. Saturday on the railroad right of way behind dty yards. Children were alao blamed for that fire. Of the aeven people taken into dvil protective custody over the weekend, three were women and four were men. Their ages ranged from 24 to 33. They were charged July 4 at 11:22 p.m. and 11:25 p.m.; July 6 at 12:22 a.m. and 1:20 p.m.; two were dted July 6 at 12:35 a.m. and the last waa taken in at 12:55 a.m. Pool from page 1 I turns at different positions. While one showed toddlers how to blow bubbles in the wading pool, others patrolled along the aides of the recreational swimming pool or sat in their raised seats. Mthin an hour, the fieah new swimming pod complex took on the air it is bound to repeat day after day, year after year, althou^ some changes will take place. The spindly trees offered no shade, and no deck fiimiture is yet available. But the new "kool-deck" didn't even aiioge the bare feet, and offered a comfortable, if hard, place to lie down. The waters were crowded, except in the diving tank which held no more than two or three at a time as the lines went idl the way to the gate. The bathhouse echoed with the exdted voices of thoae anxious to finish changing and get to the pool. And water waa everywhere, from showers in the bathhouse to a cold shower outdde, dripping from the bathing suits of a multitude of Henderson residents, glad after two summers without it to once again have the BMI swimming pool to cool them from the Southern Nevada summer heat. Ethel Pfeifer and the ladies from Our Savior's Lutheran Church performed a sing-a-long on June 13. Our residents love joining the group in song and look forward to their monthly visits. Our Father's Day party was also heU on June 13. Our staff and resklentR all dressed up in full cowboy regailia for the event. Terri Harbau^ played piano for us. The best dressed award went to Ruby Araiza. We celebrated Flag Day, June 14, with our own flag raising ceremony put on by Boy Scout Troop No. 37. Thel8thof June brought fun and fantastic food galore as we heM our western po^luck and barbeque for staff and residents. The only complaint heard was 1 ate too much!" June 20 saw our residents off for a fun afternoon of swimming, followed up with a hearty meal at our beautiful new Sizzler here in Haadeno/!. On June 21 we took a group of our men to see the Stars Baseball Team in action. They really enjoyed the evening. An exciting bowling tournament was held June 24, compliments of the Henderson Bowl. Residents of North Laa Vegas Care Center and Henderson Convalescent Hospital bowled and the competition was fierce. The tint place trophy went to North Las Vegas but we're planning a rematch. Our residents are psyching up already! Our residents were entertained by the young people from the Henderson Creative Pre-School on June 25. We all enjoyed their bright .smiles and fun music. July will bring us into our patriotic theme month. Big plans have been made for some really great outings, events and programs. Additional volunteers are needed who can perform old-tyme musical pieces on piano, from 9-10 a.m. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday's. If you can volunteer for any or all of those days, we'd greatly appreciate it. Call 566-8656. Henderson Convalescent Hospital relates news by Bobby West Hsadsfsoa Coavalescent Hospital Publicist June was a landmark month for us at Henderson Convalescent Hospital with the formation of our new Candy Striper Program which brought 32 of the most beautiful, caring and intelligent young people, 13 te 17 years old. to work with our residents and staff for the summer. The young women and men rsceivsd 16 hours of training and are now working in nursing, activities, physical therapy, accounting, dietary and laundry departments. lliey have brought a great deal of love and caring which has greatly enriched the quality of our residents lives. June was an active month for our residents. We used a western theme to plan several activities for our male residents through the month. Door decorations were provided by Judy Poteete's class st C.T. Sewell Elementary School. They made hand drawn cowboy hats. The East Las Vegas Senior Center helped us out with the cowboy crafts and made letherette cowboy boot lapel pins for the men to wear at our Father's Day party. Nancy Carducci put on a wonderful men's beauty culture program on June 5 for our gentlemen. They really enjoyed the special attention. On June 5, Mariljm Allen showed sUdes on Henderson. Everyone tt^oyed reminiscing about the good old days. Junior Girl Scout Troop No. 397 came on June 8 to share their hand-made kites with our residents. The 20 mile an hour winds did nothing to help, but a great time was had by all. June 11 found our gentlemen at our annual chili cookoff. All our men had a ball assisting in the preparations but really enjoyed the eating most of all. Ritchie new witli Henderson Realty Henderson Realty, Inc. president native of Southern California and Obituaries Duane G. Laubach recendy announced the association of Rosemarie Ritchie as a sales aasociate with the firm. Lauback said that Ritchie is a Roaemarie Ritchie is no stranger to the Henderson area and the local real estate industry. She has established herself as being very knowledgeable in the sales of residential homes in the Henderson area, he added. A resident of the Mission Hills area, Ritchie's resposibilities will be all residential properties listed with the company throughout Henderson. Ritchie's hobbies are water skiing and boating. '^he welcomes anyone to call her on any real property matter. Whether it be listing or selling, she wishes to assist you in all your real estate needs," Laubach said. Forest Pritchard Forest Pritchard, 86, died Fri day in Henderson. A 36 -year resident, he worked as a truck driver and was a Navy veteran. He is survived by his wife Doris V. of Henderson; son Dale B. of Oklahoma; daughter Rosalee Rickett of Oklahoma; sister Pocahontas Gann of Oklahoma; brother Owen of Oklahoma; and four grandchildren. William Patterson William M. Patterson, 64, died June 28. He was a 30-year Henderson resident. An Air Force veteran of WorW War n, he was a retired laborer for the teamsters. He was a member of the V.F. W. of Henderson and the Teamsters Local No. 631. He is survived by his wife Elizabeth and his son Robert, both of Henderson; daughters Marlene Addington of Oregon and Shirley Leavitt of Henderson; brother Dick of Texas; sisters Mattie Tew of Texas and Joyce Kendrick of California. He had seven grandchildren. STOCK REDUCTION V SALE SHOES 10% 40% off ALL 50% CLOTHES OFF Sc(U4^ 540 S. Boulder Hwy. Henderson Plaza Shopping Center OPEN M.S 9-6 •ses.oard The CP NflTIONRL View from page 1 another extension, paric owners will now have to put up or shut down. Hopefully, the closure for repairs ia temporary and not a guiae to eaae into worse circumstances. Park managers have kept Old Vegas' local proHie very low and seem to only actively recruit bus tour and other visitor-related customers. The temporary closure of Las Vegas Downs has lingered and only recent plans that would radically alter the area's fut use as a dog racing track have promiaed any hope of revitaiization. Those concerned have said the track has little chance of success with dog racing and betting as its only income. Henderson needs both facilities to be prosperous, but thoae involved in the management and ownership of them aeem recalcitrant at the oddest 'of times. Breast Health Screening MAMMOGRAM AND SELF BREAST EXAM are ways to spot Breast Cancer EARLY CALL US TODAY 734*2104 NEVADA BREAST CENTER 2I2I £. 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^ Pag* HeaderswB Home News, Henderson, Nevada IWdnjr, Jaly 8,1966 Tneodajr, Jnljr 8. 1966 Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Page 3 KIWANIANS BUILD WHEELCHAIR RUNWAY-Members of the Henderson Kiwania Clnb completed building a concrete runway at the home of Jim Heller at 306 Water St. 1^0 mnway will assist Heller in entering and leavine his residence in his wheelchair. Doe to the genoosity of Basic Ready Mix, who donated the concrete, the Kiwanians were able to also construct a small patio at the same time, which Heller intends to utilize for entertaining with his many friends. Members assisting on the project were John Freels, Bill Giles, John McDevitt, Rex Newell, Delwin Potter, Tom Ryan and Jim Thomas. Green Valley water problems mulled Wednesday Potential water pressure probset for Wednesday, July 9. lems within a rapidly expanding The meeting will be located subdivisions of tile Green Valley at the Green Valley Fire Staneighborhood have prompted a tion on the northeast comer of special Henderson City Council Warm Springs Road and Valle Verde and will begin at 7 p.m. It was called Tuesday night See water page 7 Tips for Tots' to benefit We Can .%• <:?Tips for tots" celebrity barI|ipder> fundraising event is be'6l8 held on Thursday, July 10 at TGI Fridays restaurant to beneflt >/fE CAN, (Working to Eliminate GbM Abuse and Neglect), from 4^ to 9 p.m. :':Local and national notables will ^ on hand to serve up the fun : jijong with clowns, magicians, and jugglers. A special WE CAN drink has been created by the TGI Fridays' bartending staff and can be made with or without alcohol. A Yamaha Jog motor bike has been donated by Nationwide Printers to head up an impressive array of door prizes to be given away throughout the evening. Tickets for this event are |3 for one WE CAN drink and a chance for a door prize. Door Prize tickets will be $1 eadi. The Tips for tots" fundraiser is open to the public. To purchase tickets or for more information, call the WE CAN office at 384-0713. 'vf* ACCIOENT-Henderson police and emergency medical technicians assist a victim of a tniOc acddent Saturday morning. Aceoi^ing to an eyewitness, the cyclist in the photo drove through the intersection of Horixon Drive and Greenway Road Fiidmy at apptoxfanately 9:45 man. without stopping, striking an auto broadside. Police acddent r^orta unavailable Monday. Dumping in desert may bring heavy fines by Katharine E. Soott in 1968, la nellad out aa south of Lake Meed Di by Katharine E. Soott Home JVewa staff writer One man faces charges tomorrow and another wu fined last week in cases involving dumping trash in the desert. According to dty souroes, Henderson is attempting to crack down on the problem. However, dty empkyyses cannot issue a dtiation unless they witness the dumfung themselves. Still, residents who witness such illegal dumping may make a dtizen's arrest. Leonard Lang of the dty's buaineaB license department saki he aoddentaily came on Steven Petridk) of Bivins Construction Company as he dumped trash in the Camarlo Valliqr neij^boriiood June 18. PetrieUo, who told Lang his supervisor tokl him to dump in the desert, was fined $200 plus $10 court costs on June 25. The maTJmum fine is $1,000, and perpetrators can be sentenced to six months in jail. On July 2, Lang witnessed a man working for Bradshaw Landscape dumping a trailer load of grass clippings in the area of Green Valley Parkway and Wigwam. Chad Picklin is scheduled to appear in court on the charge tomorrow evening. The law describing 'prohibited methods of disposal" is one of the oldest on the books. Ordinance number 33, adopted in 1968. la spallad out aa Henderson Munidpal Code 5.16.060. The law states that no traah may be placed on the prtmiios south of Lake Mead Drive near the Valley View neighborhood, will take most traah. However, a spokesperson mentioned they will turn down "Ing items, such of another, nor in any street, u aM>liances, furniture, things alley, gutter or highway, nor like that." on one's own premiaes in such Large rocks and broken conamannerthatit*taiaybebk>wn crate bkxks will also be refuasd or carried over to other public>^ere, she said. However, she or private property." said the Sunrise Mountain site IVash is described in the munwill accept all traah. idpaloode as any garbage, rabbit, dirt, dead animal, aabes or othw material whatsoever. Lang said if anyone who witnesses illegal dumping wanta to bring charges, they should call the police, himself or environmental control of* Hcer Clara Monacviti. "We would help them in the process," he explained, adding, '^ey would have to make the dtizen's arreot." Dnm|rfng locations Monscvitz and Lang noted there are two sites where traah may be legally dumped. Silver State Disposal, the compnay that collecta traah in the area, haa a main dumping site on Sunrise Mountain and a transfer aite in Henderson. A spokesperson for Silver State said dtizens may dump traah for free, as long as they show a cancelled check or a previous biU for garbage service. Commercial dumping ia charged $2 per cubic yard. The Henderson site, located That site is located in Las Vegaa st the end of Vegaa Valley Drive, at the foot of Sunriae Mountain. Both locations are open 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. seven days a week. Large-traah pickup is available to Henderson residential customers every Saturday. There ia one alternative for some contractors who do not want to take dirt, asphalt or broken concrete all the way to Sunriae Mountain. Mike Clancy of WMK Buikiers Products said aelected contractors may deposit "soUd waste' in an open pit oa their property. However, he aaid monitoring has been hard to control, and anything that mi^t decompose within the fill ia not permitted. Contractors with such "solid waste" might get in touch with WMK for a kxal area to dump dirt, asphalt or broken ooooete. Otherwiae, the city warns they should take the traah to the authorized dumps, or face being Hned in court. Weekend from page 1 to rescue a aeven-yearoki girl who was underwater for several minutes in the Las Vegas Waah area of Lake Mead. Tiffany Carson of North Las Vegas was taken to Humana Hospital Sunrise in very critical ocnditian. Sikes said she was not breathing when brou^t out from the water where she had bem playing near the aewer line. Sikes said there were many other incidents at the Lake over the holiday wedund, including rescues on beaches caused 1^ hi^ winds. Several DUI arrests were also made, he said. Fires Most of the fires that involved fireworks which the Henderson Fire Department was called to over the weekend were brush or grass fires. The first came about 1 p.m. Friday, when a power pole owned l^ Nevada Power Company caught fire on Coogan between Palm and Chestnut. Henderson nrefighters extinguished that one. Two more fires started within about 15 minutes of each other starting about 6 p.m. Friday whm firefid^ters put out a traah fire on vacant property near Moeer and Sunset. About 6:15 p.m. a fire in vacant pr(q;)erty across the street from Ballerina was put out before firefighters arrived. A pahn tree caught fire about 7 p.m. on Shoahone Lane, which was also put out before firemen arrived. At about 8:30 p.m. a grass fire in a vacant lot near Horizon and Greenway waa extinguished by a garden hose prior to firefighters' arrival. Another lawn fire outside a home on Ash Stzeet was put out by property owners about 9 p JO. About 10 pjn. Henderson firefii^ters put out a trse and brush fire on a vacant lot near Haroy Lane and flandhiP Road. llie fire was Uamed on children playing with firewcnfai. Although the scene is kwated in Clark County, Henderson firefighters arrived first and put out the fire. However, about 12:10 a.m. Saturday, Clark County firefighters put out a brush fire in a vacant lot near Bluegrass and Eastern. The final fire blamed on fireworks occured about 1:30 p.m. Saturday on the railroad right of way behind dty yards. Children were alao blamed for that fire. Of the aeven people taken into dvil protective custody over the weekend, three were women and four were men. Their ages ranged from 24 to 33. They were charged July 4 at 11:22 p.m. and 11:25 p.m.; July 6 at 12:22 a.m. and 1:20 p.m.; two were dted July 6 at 12:35 a.m. and the last waa taken in at 12:55 a.m. Pool from page 1 I turns at different positions. While one showed toddlers how to blow bubbles in the wading pool, others patrolled along the aides of the recreational swimming pool or sat in their raised seats. Mthin an hour, the fieah new swimming pod complex took on the air it is bound to repeat day after day, year after year, althou^ some changes will take place. The spindly trees offered no shade, and no deck fiimiture is yet available. But the new "kool-deck" didn't even aiioge the bare feet, and offered a comfortable, if hard, place to lie down. The waters were crowded, except in the diving tank which held no more than two or three at a time as the lines went idl the way to the gate. The bathhouse echoed with the exdted voices of thoae anxious to finish changing and get to the pool. And water waa everywhere, from showers in the bathhouse to a cold shower outdde, dripping from the bathing suits of a multitude of Henderson residents, glad after two summers without it to once again have the BMI swimming pool to cool them from the Southern Nevada summer heat. Ethel Pfeifer and the ladies from Our Savior's Lutheran Church performed a sing-a-long on June 13. Our residents love joining the group in song and look forward to their monthly visits. Our Father's Day party was also heU on June 13. Our staff and resklentR all dressed up in full cowboy regailia for the event. Terri Harbau^ played piano for us. The best dressed award went to Ruby Araiza. We celebrated Flag Day, June 14, with our own flag raising ceremony put on by Boy Scout Troop No. 37. Thel8thof June brought fun and fantastic food galore as we heM our western po^luck and barbeque for staff and residents. The only complaint heard was 1 ate too much!" June 20 saw our residents off for a fun afternoon of swimming, followed up with a hearty meal at our beautiful new Sizzler here in Haadeno/!. On June 21 we took a group of our men to see the Stars Baseball Team in action. They really enjoyed the evening. An exciting bowling tournament was held June 24, compliments of the Henderson Bowl. Residents of North Laa Vegas Care Center and Henderson Convalescent Hospital bowled and the competition was fierce. The tint place trophy went to North Las Vegas but we're planning a rematch. Our residents are psyching up already! Our residents were entertained by the young people from the Henderson Creative Pre-School on June 25. We all enjoyed their bright .smiles and fun music. July will bring us into our patriotic theme month. Big plans have been made for some really great outings, events and programs. Additional volunteers are needed who can perform old-tyme musical pieces on piano, from 9-10 a.m. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday's. If you can volunteer for any or all of those days, we'd greatly appreciate it. Call 566-8656. Henderson Convalescent Hospital relates news by Bobby West Hsadsfsoa Coavalescent Hospital Publicist June was a landmark month for us at Henderson Convalescent Hospital with the formation of our new Candy Striper Program which brought 32 of the most beautiful, caring and intelligent young people, 13 te 17 years old. to work with our residents and staff for the summer. The young women and men rsceivsd 16 hours of training and are now working in nursing, activities, physical therapy, accounting, dietary and laundry departments. lliey have brought a great deal of love and caring which has greatly enriched the quality of our residents lives. June was an active month for our residents. We used a western theme to plan several activities for our male residents through the month. Door decorations were provided by Judy Poteete's class st C.T. Sewell Elementary School. They made hand drawn cowboy hats. The East Las Vegas Senior Center helped us out with the cowboy crafts and made letherette cowboy boot lapel pins for the men to wear at our Father's Day party. Nancy Carducci put on a wonderful men's beauty culture program on June 5 for our gentlemen. They really enjoyed the special attention. On June 5, Mariljm Allen showed sUdes on Henderson. Everyone tt^oyed reminiscing about the good old days. Junior Girl Scout Troop No. 397 came on June 8 to share their hand-made kites with our residents. The 20 mile an hour winds did nothing to help, but a great time was had by all. June 11 found our gentlemen at our annual chili cookoff. All our men had a ball assisting in the preparations but really enjoyed the eating most of all. Ritchie new witli Henderson Realty Henderson Realty, Inc. president native of Southern California and Obituaries Duane G. Laubach recendy announced the association of Rosemarie Ritchie as a sales aasociate with the firm. Lauback said that Ritchie is a Roaemarie Ritchie is no stranger to the Henderson area and the local real estate industry. She has established herself as being very knowledgeable in the sales of residential homes in the Henderson area, he added. A resident of the Mission Hills area, Ritchie's resposibilities will be all residential properties listed with the company throughout Henderson. Ritchie's hobbies are water skiing and boating. '^he welcomes anyone to call her on any real property matter. Whether it be listing or selling, she wishes to assist you in all your real estate needs," Laubach said. Forest Pritchard Forest Pritchard, 86, died Fri day in Henderson. A 36 -year resident, he worked as a truck driver and was a Navy veteran. He is survived by his wife Doris V. of Henderson; son Dale B. of Oklahoma; daughter Rosalee Rickett of Oklahoma; sister Pocahontas Gann of Oklahoma; brother Owen of Oklahoma; and four grandchildren. William Patterson William M. Patterson, 64, died June 28. He was a 30-year Henderson resident. An Air Force veteran of WorW War n, he was a retired laborer for the teamsters. He was a member of the V.F. W. of Henderson and the Teamsters Local No. 631. He is survived by his wife Elizabeth and his son Robert, both of Henderson; daughters Marlene Addington of Oregon and Shirley Leavitt of Henderson; brother Dick of Texas; sisters Mattie Tew of Texas and Joyce Kendrick of California. He had seven grandchildren. STOCK REDUCTION V SALE SHOES 10% 40% off ALL 50% CLOTHES OFF Sc(U4^ 540 S. Boulder Hwy. Henderson Plaza Shopping Center OPEN M.S 9-6 •ses.oard The CP NflTIONRL View from page 1 another extension, paric owners will now have to put up or shut down. Hopefully, the closure for repairs ia temporary and not a guiae to eaae into worse circumstances. Park managers have kept Old Vegas' local proHie very low and seem to only actively recruit bus tour and other visitor-related customers. The temporary closure of Las Vegas Downs has lingered and only recent plans that would radically alter the area's fut use as a dog racing track have promiaed any hope of revitaiization. Those concerned have said the track has little chance of success with dog racing and betting as its only income. Henderson needs both facilities to be prosperous, but thoae involved in the management and ownership of them aeem recalcitrant at the oddest 'of times. Breast Health Screening MAMMOGRAM AND SELF BREAST EXAM are ways to spot Breast Cancer EARLY CALL US TODAY 734*2104 NEVADA BREAST CENTER 2I2I £. 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mm Page 4 Headersen Home News, Henderson, Nevada TnoMlay. July 8, 1986 Noted motivational lecturer, author to speal( Gordon Graham of Pacific Institute, Inc. will speak at the Ifenderson Convention Center 'flUreday. July 10 at 7:30 p.m. Graham is a dynamic speaker who can reach out and motivate his audience towards personal development and family improvement, says Timet representative Howard Pearson. His company is ^xmsoring the training sessions. "He is rated as one of the great speakers of our time. He has spoken to people from all walks of life throughout the United States and Canada," Pearson said. Iltanium Metals Corporation is im>ud to sponsor this event and extends a warm invitation to our community to attend," t'earson added. Few speakers equal the dynamic, sincere impact on audiences as Graham, whose training sessions for industry, education, government agencies, the military and criminal justice systems are known in the United States and abroad, Pearson said. Gordy's presentations are designed to assist individuals and organizations, at any level or rank, in achieving high performance, Pearson added. • Graham travels throughout the U.S., Canada, Korea and other parts of the world to conduct live training seminars. He is rated as one of the top speakers by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. • the past seven years, he ^^^been the most highlyrated speaker ever to appear b^Sgre personnel managedfelf^ for executives, a 10-day l^l^rship program spongy sored by the Department of the Army. Graham also has conducted seminars for executive staff members in almost every federal prision in the U.S. as well as for personnel in a large number of state prisons. He has that distinctive gift of being able to conununicate with people of any level, Peeu'son noted. He has authored an autobiography, The One-Eyed Man is King," which has received critical acclaim. He is affiliated with the Pacific Institute, a Seattiebased training and educational corporation headed by Louis D. Tice. Jug band to appear at SIcyline tonight The Hooterville Hootin' Nannies will appear Tuesday, July 8 at the Skyline Casino and Restaurant. Tonight's entertainment in the casino's Silhouette Lounge features the jug band's old-time, toetapping music. Admission is free, there is no cover charge or mininmrg for the entertainment beginning at 5 p.m. Six of the group's 11 members live in Henderson. They play a unique group of instruments including the piano, torn toms, plunge-a-phone, gut bucket, pitty pot, boo seat, spoons, sUde wons, washboard, collander and jug. The musicians have also taken a different set of stage names: Hooster, Happy, Hippy, Hooter, Hoagy, Hoppy, Humble, Harpy, Honky, Hustler and Hinkle. The Skyline Casino announced that evoyone is invited to attend this unique night of entertainment • • ^^^Hl j^^^^^^^^Bif^'",g^^'>'*y.'^I^^^HBHH ^H| ^^^^B ^^' m^ ^^K jj^^^^^^^^^^l 'jttH TWaMONTH WINNER-Janet Shaw, a native of Maine and a million-dollar producer for Realty 500 Henderson Realty Inc., was recently awarded top sales associate for the months of April and May. 0 TMcl (. aiMckt, am ISHM 1728E. F!;immoo 1965 N. Decatur 8736410 451-2208 647-6020 The Southern Nevada Trustees of Old College Gov. Mike O'Callaghan-Las Vegas SUN Bill Boyd-The Boyd Group Sig Roglch-R & R Advertising Joe Brown-Jones. Jones, Close & Brown Bob Miller-Clark County District Attorney Gov. Grant Sawyer-Lionel. Sawyer & Collins Are Proud To Present To The Citizens of Southern Nevada The State's Ontj Law School NEVADA SCHOOL OP LAW And A True Liberal Art* Alternative THE SCHOOL OP HUMANITiES In order to racllltale access lo and provide Inl'ormatlon at)out earning the degrees of Doctor of Juris Prudence. J.D. And Bachelor of Arts in Humanities. Q.A. We are pleased (o announce the opening of our Las Vegas office. Branch Office: Old College C/0 Jones. Jones, Close ft Brown 300 South Fourth Street Valley Bank Plaza, Suite 700 Las Vegas. Nevada 89101 Campus: Old College 401 West Second Street Reno, Nevada 89503 Please call for information or to arrange an appointment 387-0202 -r DO YOU HAVE A SICK GARAGE DOOR? NOW YOUR DOOR DOCTOR IS HERE Call for Appointment BOULDER CITY & HENDERSON Cr Door tni Oponar Ra^ir Company ALL GARAGE DOORS AND OPENERS REPAIRED also.. .patio & store front doort rapoirad CAU yOUR DOOR DOCTOR NOW FOR AN APPOINTMENT 8 A.M. TO 6 P.M. 293-5268 af^ar 6 p.m. 3S3-603S anytini Insurance & Real Estate Work Welcomed WE CARE w^im DISCOUNT \ i ^ w K' : ,, • ; Ho ^i. 1 SPECIAL oil, lUBE & FILTER Through 7-31-86 5 qto. Max., in stock filter, most cars ED AND RALPH CERTIFIED PROTECH MECHANICS PROTECH SERVICES: • BRAKE SERVICE is guaranteed for 30 months or 30.000 mites for American can (12 months or 12,000 mites for light trucks and imports), whichever comes first • AIR CONDITiOfMING sefv/ice is guaranteed for 4 months or 4,000 miles, whichever comes first • TUNE-UPS are guaranteed for 6 months or 7 DAYS A WEEKI 17.76 +TAX CALL FOR APPT. 7 DAYS A WEEK from $79.95 ^' DISC igu. filer 6,000 miles, whichever comes first from $39*95 from *39.95 AMIMCAN .WHEELALlGIMlWIEIvn'i$guaranteedfor4 eoo oe uo-rr*^ months or 4,000 mites, whtehever comes first from $o>95 '^l^ $48.95 PRBTECH Guaranteed Auto Service 4WH ALMNMCNT i/ HENDERSON 76 100 S. Bouldir Hwy. v ^i i w Hendawo. Nevada 8Q01S '^"'* •"•nHMn Tebphooe (703) 666-71S1 fin 8tff Dniv UNOCAL TuMday. July 8, 1986 jSPORTS j ty Jack Fowvade Spaiti Mditcr \ n Hendcrsoa Home New*, Henderson, Nevada Page i • w Wins over Riverside, Glendora Timet Wolves American Legion baseball team win some, lose some by Jack Fourcade Home New§ Sports Editor For sheer play time with a k>t of old fashioned wwk ethics thrown in for good measure, baseball purists enjoyed following the dliamond tport antks of Henderson's American Legion Timet Wolves over last weekend's Fourth of July holiday. Coach Gary Chaires' Wolves came up with snne timely hitting and stingy pitching in scoring 4-3 (Riverside) and &5 (Glendora) wins over their visiting opponents from (California and Arizona respectively. The annual Las Vegas Invitational American Legion Baseball 14-team tournament proved to be highly competitive and featured some mighty hi|^ school aged talent among the players. "V/e were right in the thick of the competition throughout the tournament," said Timet coach, Chaires. Five games in three days is a lot of basebaU! Drop in with some southern Nevada hot-speU weather and you have somewhat of an idea what the Wohres have just gone through. Coupled with the winning decisions over Riverside and Glendora were losses to San Marino (Calif.) 4-3. El Segundo (Calif.) 8-4, and Phoenix (Ariz.) 13-3 in Sunday's fmale. Timet's Steve Flippin limited Riverside to four hits while dis(daying an aasortmoit ndeaux, Chris Finke and Steve Orlando alongside the likes of hitters Moore, Allen Cahill and Robinson and the reason why the VFW team finished as tourney champions stands out. Allen, Moore, and CahiU helped the VFW team gain an early 2-0 lead and the Wildcats never looked back. Young Chad Brandon, Aaron Raedel and Brett Danise helped generate the three run offense presented by the Ameritone team. A lot of good baartwll was exhibited by all members of the two Midget League teams. See league page 6 PEE WEE LEAGUE BASEBALL CHAMPIONS—Henderson Parks and RecreatioB Department, 1966, the Ethel M. Chocolate Blue Jays. Front row from left to right, Brian Downey, Justin Baca, Calvin Garland II, Chad Norton, Brett Baca and Robert Ward. Seccmd row from left to right are Corey Martin, Brian Gill, Mitch Wilson and Ryan Gifford. The coaches from left to right are Calvin Garland, Frank Mara, Diana Connor. MM Lriv/Hw* N*W pUtt Editors note: The diche "Jack is back" certainly appUes to our 'new' but veteran sporU editor Jack Fourcada. By way of reintrodudag onr main man, I have reaurractad an original article on Jack that appaarwl in the Aug. 11.1983 Bottidar City Newa sports page. Jack wiU be Joining our Henderson team as sports editor after having Just completed 2^1 ylars aa sporU editor-writer for our Boulder City Newa publication. Prom coaching and teaching to the ranks of joumahsm! Impossible or rather improbable? No-not really. That is exactly what has happened to the newest-assigned member of tha Henderson Home NewB staff. By way of fourth-estate formalities, we'd like to introduce Jack Fourcade. our new sports editor, who will begin duties today. Fourcade is not a newcomer to sportswriting, f ven though most of his efforts and energies the past 31 years have centered around teaching duties, practice fields, stadiums and gymnaaiums in California. Our newest Sawi ataffer has servl several CaUfomia community hi^ schools and newspapers in a most unique manner dating back to 1962. Along with his teaching duties, mostly in the business subjsete fiald (typing, shorthand) at Jackson High School C62) folkmwllvpedagogingdutieastAliaal. Salinas, and North Salinas High Schools, Jack found the time and sothuMan, not t msntion coaching t*^>n'q". to heed champi backwards. His athletes or readers never did catch on to thia.^ bit of journalistic deception according to Fourcade—he jual, didn't want his athletes or rival coaches to know who wif, scribing the stories. ^ ^, Many California qwrts journalists have utilized FourcadiVf unique skills in writing over the years. .' '^ Included on Jack's friends list would be Art Rosenbaum a^^ Glen Dickey of the San FrandacQ Chronicle, Eric Brazil aad'; Mark Soltau of the San Frandao Examiner, Ward Bushee pf ;^ USA Today and Fran Erotta of the San Jose Mercury. The list of athletes who have come under the influence of Fourcade either through his coaching, teaching, offidai^v ^ or writing techniques resemble a mini-Who's-Who in t|li. world of sporta—past and present ls\^ For starten, and to name but a few, Fourcade has wevraf^ closely with current University of (California football co#^^^ and ex-Minnesota Viking quarterback Joe Kapp; former biMfa tamweight boxing champion, the late Manuel Ortiz; t^p, Rodgera, curraitly an NFL free-agent after having just cak^f plated four seasons ss a punt return qwcialist with the (%r( Bay Packen, and Anthony Toney—making hia debut wit& i I%iladelphia Eagles as a running back following a dist 'guished football-track career while cavcxting for Nof Salinas High. Hartnell College and Texas A and M. i^ All of these name athletes were associated with Foi at one time or another while passing throui^ or liviag^j Salinas (Calif.) For some, it was a teacher-pupil relationship, for ot coach-athlete togetherness, but for all, an experience in i and a study in writing techniques as captured by their coe^-^ and friend. ?'';^ Welcome aboard Jack to the Newt. You've never Mfti We are kioking forward to reading your column once tg^atj^ Jackt Jab'a ^ti A i

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mm Page 4 Headersen Home News, Henderson, Nevada TnoMlay. July 8, 1986 Noted motivational lecturer, author to speal( Gordon Graham of Pacific Institute, Inc. will speak at the Ifenderson Convention Center 'flUreday. July 10 at 7:30 p.m. Graham is a dynamic speaker who can reach out and motivate his audience towards personal development and family improvement, says Timet representative Howard Pearson. His company is ^xmsoring the training sessions. "He is rated as one of the great speakers of our time. He has spoken to people from all walks of life throughout the United States and Canada," Pearson said. Iltanium Metals Corporation is im>ud to sponsor this event and extends a warm invitation to our community to attend," t'earson added. Few speakers equal the dynamic, sincere impact on audiences as Graham, whose training sessions for industry, education, government agencies, the military and criminal justice systems are known in the United States and abroad, Pearson said. Gordy's presentations are designed to assist individuals and organizations, at any level or rank, in achieving high performance, Pearson added. • Graham travels throughout the U.S., Canada, Korea and other parts of the world to conduct live training seminars. He is rated as one of the top speakers by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. • the past seven years, he ^^^been the most highlyrated speaker ever to appear b^Sgre personnel managedfelf^ for executives, a 10-day l^l^rship program spongy sored by the Department of the Army. Graham also has conducted seminars for executive staff members in almost every federal prision in the U.S. as well as for personnel in a large number of state prisons. He has that distinctive gift of being able to conununicate with people of any level, Peeu'son noted. He has authored an autobiography, The One-Eyed Man is King," which has received critical acclaim. He is affiliated with the Pacific Institute, a Seattiebased training and educational corporation headed by Louis D. Tice. Jug band to appear at SIcyline tonight The Hooterville Hootin' Nannies will appear Tuesday, July 8 at the Skyline Casino and Restaurant. Tonight's entertainment in the casino's Silhouette Lounge features the jug band's old-time, toetapping music. Admission is free, there is no cover charge or mininmrg for the entertainment beginning at 5 p.m. Six of the group's 11 members live in Henderson. They play a unique group of instruments including the piano, torn toms, plunge-a-phone, gut bucket, pitty pot, boo seat, spoons, sUde wons, washboard, collander and jug. The musicians have also taken a different set of stage names: Hooster, Happy, Hippy, Hooter, Hoagy, Hoppy, Humble, Harpy, Honky, Hustler and Hinkle. The Skyline Casino announced that evoyone is invited to attend this unique night of entertainment • • ^^^Hl j^^^^^^^^Bif^'",g^^'>'*y.'^I^^^HBHH ^H| ^^^^B ^^' m^ ^^K jj^^^^^^^^^^l 'jttH TWaMONTH WINNER-Janet Shaw, a native of Maine and a million-dollar producer for Realty 500 Henderson Realty Inc., was recently awarded top sales associate for the months of April and May. 0 TMcl (. aiMckt, am ISHM 1728E. F!;immoo 1965 N. Decatur 8736410 451-2208 647-6020 The Southern Nevada Trustees of Old College Gov. Mike O'Callaghan-Las Vegas SUN Bill Boyd-The Boyd Group Sig Roglch-R & R Advertising Joe Brown-Jones. Jones, Close & Brown Bob Miller-Clark County District Attorney Gov. Grant Sawyer-Lionel. Sawyer & Collins Are Proud To Present To The Citizens of Southern Nevada The State's Ontj Law School NEVADA SCHOOL OP LAW And A True Liberal Art* Alternative THE SCHOOL OP HUMANITiES In order to racllltale access lo and provide Inl'ormatlon at)out earning the degrees of Doctor of Juris Prudence. J.D. And Bachelor of Arts in Humanities. Q.A. We are pleased (o announce the opening of our Las Vegas office. Branch Office: Old College C/0 Jones. Jones, Close ft Brown 300 South Fourth Street Valley Bank Plaza, Suite 700 Las Vegas. Nevada 89101 Campus: Old College 401 West Second Street Reno, Nevada 89503 Please call for information or to arrange an appointment 387-0202 -r DO YOU HAVE A SICK GARAGE DOOR? NOW YOUR DOOR DOCTOR IS HERE Call for Appointment BOULDER CITY & HENDERSON Cr Door tni Oponar Ra^ir Company ALL GARAGE DOORS AND OPENERS REPAIRED also.. .patio & store front doort rapoirad CAU yOUR DOOR DOCTOR NOW FOR AN APPOINTMENT 8 A.M. TO 6 P.M. 293-5268 af^ar 6 p.m. 3S3-603S anytini Insurance & Real Estate Work Welcomed WE CARE w^im DISCOUNT \ i ^ w K' : ,, • ; Ho ^i. 1 SPECIAL oil, lUBE & FILTER Through 7-31-86 5 qto. Max., in stock filter, most cars ED AND RALPH CERTIFIED PROTECH MECHANICS PROTECH SERVICES: • BRAKE SERVICE is guaranteed for 30 months or 30.000 mites for American can (12 months or 12,000 mites for light trucks and imports), whichever comes first • AIR CONDITiOfMING sefv/ice is guaranteed for 4 months or 4,000 miles, whichever comes first • TUNE-UPS are guaranteed for 6 months or 7 DAYS A WEEKI 17.76 +TAX CALL FOR APPT. 7 DAYS A WEEK from $79.95 ^' DISC igu. filer 6,000 miles, whichever comes first from $39*95 from *39.95 AMIMCAN .WHEELALlGIMlWIEIvn'i$guaranteedfor4 eoo oe uo-rr*^ months or 4,000 mites, whtehever comes first from $o>95 '^l^ $48.95 PRBTECH Guaranteed Auto Service 4WH ALMNMCNT i/ HENDERSON 76 100 S. Bouldir Hwy. v ^i i w Hendawo. Nevada 8Q01S '^"'* •"•nHMn Tebphooe (703) 666-71S1 fin 8tff Dniv UNOCAL TuMday. July 8, 1986 jSPORTS j ty Jack Fowvade Spaiti Mditcr \ n Hendcrsoa Home New*, Henderson, Nevada Page i • w Wins over Riverside, Glendora Timet Wolves American Legion baseball team win some, lose some by Jack Fourcade Home New§ Sports Editor For sheer play time with a k>t of old fashioned wwk ethics thrown in for good measure, baseball purists enjoyed following the dliamond tport antks of Henderson's American Legion Timet Wolves over last weekend's Fourth of July holiday. Coach Gary Chaires' Wolves came up with snne timely hitting and stingy pitching in scoring 4-3 (Riverside) and &5 (Glendora) wins over their visiting opponents from (California and Arizona respectively. The annual Las Vegas Invitational American Legion Baseball 14-team tournament proved to be highly competitive and featured some mighty hi|^ school aged talent among the players. "V/e were right in the thick of the competition throughout the tournament," said Timet coach, Chaires. Five games in three days is a lot of basebaU! Drop in with some southern Nevada hot-speU weather and you have somewhat of an idea what the Wohres have just gone through. Coupled with the winning decisions over Riverside and Glendora were losses to San Marino (Calif.) 4-3. El Segundo (Calif.) 8-4, and Phoenix (Ariz.) 13-3 in Sunday's fmale. Timet's Steve Flippin limited Riverside to four hits while dis(daying an aasortmoit ndeaux, Chris Finke and Steve Orlando alongside the likes of hitters Moore, Allen Cahill and Robinson and the reason why the VFW team finished as tourney champions stands out. Allen, Moore, and CahiU helped the VFW team gain an early 2-0 lead and the Wildcats never looked back. Young Chad Brandon, Aaron Raedel and Brett Danise helped generate the three run offense presented by the Ameritone team. A lot of good baartwll was exhibited by all members of the two Midget League teams. See league page 6 PEE WEE LEAGUE BASEBALL CHAMPIONS—Henderson Parks and RecreatioB Department, 1966, the Ethel M. Chocolate Blue Jays. Front row from left to right, Brian Downey, Justin Baca, Calvin Garland II, Chad Norton, Brett Baca and Robert Ward. Seccmd row from left to right are Corey Martin, Brian Gill, Mitch Wilson and Ryan Gifford. The coaches from left to right are Calvin Garland, Frank Mara, Diana Connor. MM Lriv/Hw* N*W pUtt Editors note: The diche "Jack is back" certainly appUes to our 'new' but veteran sporU editor Jack Fourcada. By way of reintrodudag onr main man, I have reaurractad an original article on Jack that appaarwl in the Aug. 11.1983 Bottidar City Newa sports page. Jack wiU be Joining our Henderson team as sports editor after having Just completed 2^1 ylars aa sporU editor-writer for our Boulder City Newa publication. Prom coaching and teaching to the ranks of joumahsm! Impossible or rather improbable? No-not really. That is exactly what has happened to the newest-assigned member of tha Henderson Home NewB staff. By way of fourth-estate formalities, we'd like to introduce Jack Fourcade. our new sports editor, who will begin duties today. Fourcade is not a newcomer to sportswriting, f ven though most of his efforts and energies the past 31 years have centered around teaching duties, practice fields, stadiums and gymnaaiums in California. Our newest Sawi ataffer has servl several CaUfomia community hi^ schools and newspapers in a most unique manner dating back to 1962. Along with his teaching duties, mostly in the business subjsete fiald (typing, shorthand) at Jackson High School C62) folkmwllvpedagogingdutieastAliaal. Salinas, and North Salinas High Schools, Jack found the time and sothuMan, not t msntion coaching t*^>n'q". to heed champi backwards. His athletes or readers never did catch on to thia.^ bit of journalistic deception according to Fourcade—he jual, didn't want his athletes or rival coaches to know who wif, scribing the stories. ^ ^, Many California qwrts journalists have utilized FourcadiVf unique skills in writing over the years. .' '^ Included on Jack's friends list would be Art Rosenbaum a^^ Glen Dickey of the San FrandacQ Chronicle, Eric Brazil aad'; Mark Soltau of the San Frandao Examiner, Ward Bushee pf ;^ USA Today and Fran Erotta of the San Jose Mercury. The list of athletes who have come under the influence of Fourcade either through his coaching, teaching, offidai^v ^ or writing techniques resemble a mini-Who's-Who in t|li. world of sporta—past and present ls\^ For starten, and to name but a few, Fourcade has wevraf^ closely with current University of (California football co#^^^ and ex-Minnesota Viking quarterback Joe Kapp; former biMfa tamweight boxing champion, the late Manuel Ortiz; t^p, Rodgera, curraitly an NFL free-agent after having just cak^f plated four seasons ss a punt return qwcialist with the (%r( Bay Packen, and Anthony Toney—making hia debut wit& i I%iladelphia Eagles as a running back following a dist 'guished football-track career while cavcxting for Nof Salinas High. Hartnell College and Texas A and M. i^ All of these name athletes were associated with Foi at one time or another while passing throui^ or liviag^j Salinas (Calif.) For some, it was a teacher-pupil relationship, for ot coach-athlete togetherness, but for all, an experience in i and a study in writing techniques as captured by their coe^-^ and friend. ?'';^ Welcome aboard Jack to the Newt. You've never Mfti We are kioking forward to reading your column once tg^atj^ Jackt Jab'a ^ti A i

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^^ PaHB.i HsaitraM HMMNCWS, HtB4rsB, Nevada TMaday. Jnljr 8, UN TasMbjr, Jnly 8. 1966 Heaiersaa HMW News, Headersaa Nevada Page 7 League from page S Pee Wee League A strong and talented Ethel M. Chocolate Blue Jay baseball team started fast with s two run rally in the second inning, played solid ball in the middle innings, and then fmished strongly with a Hve run explosion in the fifth inning, to down 8 preMng J-and-K Pharmacy team, S-5 Thursday. July 3. It Wai Henderson Recreation ^'Department Pee Wee League championship baseball aj^ its best! Coiy^ Martin and Chad Norton accounted for half of their teamV sight runs with two Bascholl plate dentings ea<^. Ryan Gifford, Mitch Wilson, Robert Ward and Brian Gill were the other Blue Jays getting in on the run scoring parade for the Chocolate team. The J-and-K Pharmacy scored its Hrst run in the third frame when Salazar came home after being walked. Walter Gold also scored for the Pharmacy team in their big third inning. However, playing catchup baseball just wasn't the Pharmacy team's thing and in spite of a three run ra% in the fifth inning that featured run scoring by Gold, Casey Winton and Scott Noey, the J-and-Kers came up short by three runs. Players on both teams were cited for having played some outstanding baseball, the Henderson Recreation Department's Jerry Woods in attendance and supervising both tournament games. Sports From The Pressbox World records an lure to f aU u the competition level riaae, aa over 3,500 of the world's finest athletes meet in Moscow, this week and Boct, to compete in this year's spoKiDg spectacular, the Goodwill Games. NjjBf of ths 18 U.S. amateur athletic fedaratiaiu which are sending contingents to the games confirm our expectitiaiis that the US. team will be truly worid-dass, and\'kaaurss us that the Goodwill Games will be a prraaier intamaUonal sporting event. TMi, teams are diving, figure skating, rhjrthmic gymnastilaB, judo, vollsyball, water polo, weightlifting, wrsiCliDg and yachting. In addition, the women's basketball jt^am and the U. S. men's team have been pared down to 18, with the final selections of 12 to be made this week. E#Mn Moees, the world rsoord hoUer in the 400 meter intenlaediate hurdles; Carl Lwis, winner of four Olympic (pld metals in 1984; and Willie Banks, the world rsccrd holder in the triple jump are among the dominant maleiithleteB who will be ctunpeting in the track and field national championships for spots on the Goodwill Games team. Valeri Brisco-Hooks, 1984 Olympic gold medalist and Carol Lewis, former American indoor record holder and two-time Olympian will be among those competing for spots . ftasietered owner: Franlkia D. Eliis, 4060 E. Uke Mead Laa Vogas. Nev 89115. Lesal Owner: SAME. NoU is hereby given that I, Wall^ Towing, 561 Parkson Rd., V^ltown, NV wiU seU abov4 mentioned property on MondS^ July 21, 1986 at 10 a.m. ft 661 Parkson Rd., HendSrson. NV. We rAerve tlie right to bid. H>liii^ 1, 8. 15, 1966 icGAL NOTICE 1973 (Chevrolet to be aold to higbe|t bidder when title is obtaine^by oMcfaaaic'i lien. Serial No. 1L47R31130394. Ucense>ia. 975BLY Nevada plate< Rg|Stred ownar Lisa Maric^Areafe. 2038 Pafan 1480, Laa yjtgBt, Nev 89104. Legalt Owner. Dale Robert GoebA 206 E. [Me Avc, Laa Vega^ Nev. 89124. Noticlishereby given that I, WalkerYowing, 661 Pariuoo Rd., HeadersM. NV will aeU above (ncatioBed property on TocMl^y, Jsly 29, 1986 at 10 a.m. 4t 561 Parksea Rd., Henderaoa. NV. We reserve the right to bid. H-Jniy 1. 8. IS, 1986 LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE 1979 Chrysler to be sold to highest bidder when title ia obtained by mechanic's lien. Serial No. SS22J4R125654, Ucenae No. 172BMA Nevada Plates. Registered owner James W. Gninden. 3700 E. Stewart. Sp 1250. Las Vegas Nev 89110. Ugal Owner: Unknown. Notice is hereby given that I, Walker Towing, 561 Parkson Rd., Henderson, NV will sell above mentioned property on Wednesday, July 16. 1986 at 10 ajn. at 561 Parkson Rd., Henderson, NV. We reserve the right to bid. H-July 1, 8, 15. 1986 LEGAL NOTICE 1972 Jeep to be sold to highest bidder when title is obtained by mechanic's lien. Serial No. J2AI44CN 06399, Ucense No. 906BJS Nevada plates. Registered owner William P. CoauUo, 98 S. Highland. Apt. 112, Las Vegas, Nev. 89106. Legal Owner SAME. Notice is hereby given that I, Walker Towing, 561 Parkson Rd., Henderson, NV will seU alwve mentioned property on Tuesday. July 29, 1986 at 10 a.m. at 561 Parkaon Rd., Henderaon, NV. We reserve the right to bid. H-Jaly 1. 8. 15, 1986 LEGAL NOTICE 1970 Pontiac to be sold to highest bidder when title is obtained by mechanic's lien. Serial No. 252390P254896, Ucense No. 049BKC Nevada plates. Registered owner Joe V. Harris, or EHsabeih A. Harria, 52 Aldria Circle, Henderson Nev. 89015. Legal Owner SAME. Notice is hereby given that I, Wslker Towing, 561 Parkaon Rd., Henderson, NV will sell above mentioned property on Monday, July 21, 1986 at 10 a.m. at 561 Parkson Rd., Henderson, NV. We reserve the right to bid. H-Jniy 1, 8. 15, 1966 LEGAL NOTICE BEFORE THE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF NEVADA In R AppUcatioa by NEVADA POWER COMPANY requesting Coanussion approval of its Depreciation Study of DMXsuber 31, 1984. Docket No. 86401 NOTICE OF APPLICATION AND PREHEARING CONFERENCE Nevada Power Company ("Nevada Power") has filed an applieatien for Commissioa approval of its Depreciation Study aa of December 31,1984 with the Public Service Commission of Nevada f'Commlssion"). The application iias bssn designsted Docket No. 86401 and was filed in compliance with the Commissioa's Order in Docket No. 83-707. The depreciation study, baaed on depreciable plant balances aa of December 31, 1984, results in an accrual increase of 96,710,207 or spproiimately 28%. The rsoommended account rates are aa follows: Depredation Rates Enlisting Recommended % % Steam Production Plant Othw ProducUon Plant Transmission Plant DUtribntioB naat General Pknt 2,93 8J7 2.17 16S 3.21 3J 3.87 3.41 3.77 4JI1 Total Compeer 2M 3.64 In the application, Nevada Power requested the Commiseioa approve the dqireciation rates presented in the study but aaks the adaption of the new ratea incorporated in the study in conJunction with the next general rate caae. Approval of the propoaed depredation rates could result in increased rstes for customers of Nevada Power. TIM appUcatioB ia availabte for public inspection at the offices of ths PahBc Service Coouidaaioa in the KiakeMl BoikSng, ThM FkMT, 606 East King Street, Carson aty and in the Bradley Baihttag, SecoMl Floor, 2501 East Sahara Avenue. Laa Vegas, Nevada. latarssted pwaoos SMiy file Protests snd/or Petitions for leave to Intervene with the Commission at its Caraoa City office on or before Wednesday, Jnly 23, 1986. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a prehearing conference in the aboveititM docket will be held as follows: TUESDAY, JULY 29, 1986 1:00 P.M. Offioss of the Public Service Comasission Bradley Building, Second Floor 2501 Esst Sahsra Avenue Las Vegaa, Nevada The psrpose of the prehearing conference will be to consider preUninary motions which may be made; however, any other matters under NAC 703.665 may be addressed. By the Commission, WILLIAM H. VANCE, Commission Secretary Dated: Csrsoa aty, Nevada July 1.1986 (SEAL) HJaly 8.1986 FiMty. jMly 11 MAIN EVENT MiMiMiilM • 10 iwiii JANES "TNE NEAF KINGNEN |fii|iiCA SM-t l7U'i iri ffl & WIC IIMmiiM Cntarftf VI. • iM lart Etfl Vntm IHlMViilM |kv^ li-t I Ml ^ 11-4 I Ml SSDiHiMi • no iMMnl AMniM • Ml 717-2371 Fti|gfl Sumin ti flrtt 1,000 TkkithiMin ii tlw Giti. Hotel end Casmo I The fastest dog in the world Is the greyhound. It has been clocked St 41.7 miles per hour. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Plaaalag Ceaiailsdon of the City of Hendereon. Nevada, wiU hold a Pnblic Hearing on July 17, 1986. at 7:30 p.m. in the City Coaaeil Chaaibars, City HaU. 243 Water Street, Headersaa, to eoaaidar the sypliention of A.C.E., Inc., e/o Edward G. Harvay, 1552 Sandra Drive, Boulder City NV 89005 (current property owaers-Tsresa J. Deaniag, Trustee, et al., 1321 Deavsr St., Bealdsr Qty, NV 89006). repreeented by R.T. WUtaey, PJL, P.O. Boi 3K, Hsaiw son, NV 89016 for Planned Unit Divslspmsat aad Teatsthrs Map lUview of SUNSET COMMERCIAL PLAZA UNIT NO. 2 constating of 32 kite on 8.88 acree aMre or less la sa M (ladustrial District) located northeast of Sunset and Eaetgats Roads In the PIttman neighborbood. J :^ igziasjata PUD-M6 ANY AND ALL interested persons suy sppear before the City Planning Conuaission either in person or 1^ oouassl sad msy object to or exprees spproval of the p r oposed Plenasd Uait Development, or msy prior to the PnbUc Hearing, file with the City Plimning Department written objection thereto or spprovsl thereof. DATED: July 3, 1986 / 181 PAUL RUTH, Chainaaa HeadcrsoB Plaaniag Commission H-Jniy 8, 1986 DISTRICT COURT CLARK COUNTY. NEVADA ROSA MARIA SANTANA, PIshitiff. -vsCRUZ MOTA SANTANA, Defendant. Case No. D85998 SUMMONS NOTICE! YOU HAVE BEEN SUED. THE COURT MAY DECIDE AGAINST YOU WITHOUT YOUR BEING HEARD UNLESS YOU RESPOND WITHIN 20 DAYS. READ THE INFORMA TION BELOW. TO THE DEFENDANT: A dvil Complaint has been filed by the plaintiff against you for the relief set forth in the Complaint. This action is brought to recover a judgement dissolving the bonds of matrimony presently existing between you and the Plaintiff. 1. If you intend to defend this lawsuit, within 20 days after this Suramonii is served on you exclusive of the day of service, you must do the following: a. File with the Clerk of this court, whose address is shown below, a formal written response to the Complaint in accordance with the rules of the Court. b. Serve a copy of your response upon the attorney whose name and address is shown below. 2. Unless you respond, your default will be entered upon application of the plaintiff and this Court may enter a judgement against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint, which could result in the taking of money or property or other relief requested in the Complaint. 3. If you intend to seek the advice of an attorney in this matter, you should do so promptly so that your response may be filed on time. Issued at direction of: EDWARD WEINSTEIN, CHTD. 2305 Las Vegas Blvd. S. Las Vegas, Nevada 89104 Attorney for Plaintiff LORETTA BOWMAN, CLERK OF COURT By: LOUELLA MYERS DEPUTY CLERK (District Court Seal) Date: June 16, 1986 County Courthouse 200 South Third Street Las Vegas. Nevada 89155 H^uly 1, 8, 15. 22, 29, 1986 DISTRICT COURT CLARK COUNTY, NEVADA BERNELL BRYANT. Plaintiff, -VBMARY D. BRYANT. Defendant. Caae No. D64I64 SUMMONS NOTICE! YOU HAVE BEEN SUED. THE COURT MAY DECIDE AGAINST YOU WITHOUT YOUR BEING HEARD UNLESS YOU RESPOND WITHIN 20 DAYS. READ THE INFORMATION BELOW. TO THE DEFENDANT: A dvil complaint has been filed by tlie plaiatiff against you for the relief set forth in the Complaint. I. If you intend to defend thia lawsuit, within 20 days after this Summons is served on you exclusive of the day of service, you mnat do the following: a. File with the Clerk of thia court, whose addresa is shown below, a formal written response to the Complaint in accordance with the rules of the Court. b. Serve a copy of your response upon the attorney whose name and addreas ia shown below. Unleas you respond, your defsult will be entered upon appUcation of the plaintiff and this Court may enter a Judgement againat you for the relief demanded in the Complaint, which could result in the taking of money or property or other relief requested in tlie Complaint. 3. If you intend to seek tlie advice of an attorney in thia matter, you should do so promptly ao that your response may be filed on time. This is an action brought to diaaolve the bonds of matrimony existing between the parties snd for Uie relief as prayed in tlie Complaint for Divnroe on file bcrdn. iasued at direction of: STANLEY W. PIERCE, ESQ. Attorney for Plaintiff 300 Fremont Street, #116 Las Vegas. Nevsda 89101 LORETTA BOWMAN. CLERK OF COURT By: Linda O'Leary DEPUTY CLERK (DUtrict Court Seal) Date4/lS6 County Courthouae 200 South Third Street Laa Vegaa, Nevada 89155 HJuly 1, 8. 15, 22, 29, 1986 (is COPY CENTER AT MANPOWER COPIES COLLATING • STAPLING • COVERS PROFESSIONAL TYPING • DRILLING • BINDINC LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE or PUBLIC HKARINQ NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that Ihs PlanUag Coauniasioa of ths aty of Hsadarssa, Nsmds wiU hsU s PuhSe Heariag sa July 17, lilt, at 7:39 M^. la ths CHy Csaaell Chsahers, aty Hall. 248 Walsr StNst, Hsadarsea, to esasUw ths ssHlsatUm sf U.S. HoBM Csry., SM N. Raaehs, 1519, Las Vsfss. NV 89MS, for a ZsM Chuf fraai R-1 (Oas Pssdly RssMsaca DIatrictI sad C-1 (LlaUtsd/Nalghhsrhesd CsasMrelsl District) to M (ladustrial District) fr s preysasd sswaeriiaMadustrlal divi l spaisatea 99 seres • ssssr h ss l seale d asr t hwss t slFshCO Road aad Suaast Read la ths PlttaMa i ifi'ji:, ^1 r' -^^i 'WV'^T'S -M•M-' .^tjH^T ff-l.0-1 To-M-. L i i : f •is'sse ss !:ii"ti.1.:; s:rt itnint";r ? j i • '. t _.i' • •t I : • I i /e- ^-z' ANY AND ALL iatsreetsd parsow ay appaar befera the City Plaaalag Coausdssiaa ahhsr ia psrsoB or 1^ eoaasd aad auy object to or express spproval s( ths prspassd Zsae Cksage, or msy prior to the Public Hsarii, fUs whh the aty Phsnrii Departmeat written objectioa thste or spproval thwsel. DATED: Jaly 3, 1986 /S/ PAUL RUTH, Ch^maa Hsaderssa Plaa^ag Coauaisstsa H-July 8, 1986 DISTRICT COURT CLARE COUNTY, NEVADA JAMES S. DERIAOA, Plalatlff. LISA GALE DERIADA Defsadaat Caae Ns. D85252 Dspt. No. XV Docket NaU SUMMONS NOTICE! YOU HAVE BEEN SUED. THE COURT MAY DECIDE AGAINST YOU WITHOUT YOUR BEING HEARD UNLESS YOU RESPOND WITHIN 20 DAYS. READ THE INFORMATION BELOW. TO THE DEFENDANT: A dvil Complaint has been filed by the plaintiff agsinst you for the relief set forth ia the Complaint. This action is brought to recover a judgement disaoiving the bonds of matrimony presently exiating between you and the Plaintiff. 1. If you intend to defend thia lawsuit, within 20 days sfter this Summons is served on you exdushre of tlie day of service, you must do the following: a. File with the Clerk of this court, whose sddress is shown below, s fonnar written response to tile Complaint in accordance with the miss of tlie Court. b. Serve s copy of your response upon the attorney whose name and address is shown below. 2. Unless you respond, your default will be entered upon application of the plaintiff and this Court may enter a judgement agsinst yos for the relief demanded in the Complaint, which could result in the taking of money or property or other relief requested in tlie Complsint. 3. If you intend to seek the advice of an attorney in this matter, you should do so promptly so thst your responae may be filed on time. Issued St directk>n of: EDWARD WEINSTEIN. ESQ. 2305 Las Vcgss Blvd. S. Las Vegss. Nevsda 89104 Attorney for PtaiaUff LORETTA BOWMAN, CLERK or COURT By: GLORIA FOARD. DEPUTY CLERK District Court SssI Oat* May 21,1986 County C ourthsasB 200 Ssuth Third Strsst Las Vsgss, Nevads 89166 H^aly 1. 8,16, 22,19, 19S6 DISTRICT COURT CLARK COUNTY. NEVADA JUONOLEE, PUatiff, IN SOON SUNG, Defeedaat. Cass No. 066199 Dept.No.U DeehstNaD SUMMONS NOTICE! YOU HAVE BEEN SUED. THE COU^ MAY DECIDE AGAINST YOU WITHOUT YOUR BEING HEARD UNLESS YOU RBSPOND WITHIN 39 DAYS. READ THE INFORMATION BELOW. IN SOON SUNG TO THE DErENDANT: A dvil CsiapUat kM beea filed by the pbfadfl i^alMt yea for the roSef set forth ia the Co plaiat Tkis is aa sctfaia to dissolve tke beads of nwtrimony presently existiag bst-~ ween you and t^ Plalatlff. 1. If yon latead to defead thia lawsuit, wMUs 20 days after this Sanuaons is servsd OB you axdusivs of the dsy of ssrvics, you must ds ths foUowiag: s.nis with ths Clerk of this Court, whose address is shown below, a formal writtes respo as e to the Complsiat to Boeordsaes with the ruiss sf the Court. b. Serve s copy of ysur respoase upoa the sttoraey whose name aad address is shown below. 2. Ualsss ysa rsspoad, your defsuh will bs satsrsd upon appHeatiaa of the pUBdff aad this Court may eater a Judgement againat yoa for the relief demanded in the Cosiplsiat, which could result to ths taking of moaey or property er other nUsf requested to the Comptotot 3. If you istead to seek the advice of an attorney to thto msttsr, you should do so promptly so thst your isspoasc msy be filed oa time. Issusd St dbsetioa sf: EDWARD WEINSTIEN, CHARTERED, Attorney for Platotiff 2306 Las Vegas BoulevMd South Las Vsgss. Nevada 89104 LORETTA BOWMAN, CLERK or COURT DISTRICT COURT SEAL By Liada O'Leary Deputy Clerk DATE: MAY 28,1986 Coaaty Ce u rt hsaes 200 South TkM Stisst Lss Vegss, Nevsda 89166 HJaae 10, 17, 24, Jaly 1, 8. 1966 Wouldn't It Be Great To Hear Well Again HENDIRSON HIARINQ ASSOCIATES in conjunction witli the office of BURUN H. ACKUES III, M.D. is pleased to announce a complete hearing aid evaluation and service center CALL 564-6434 108 Lake Mead Dre Suite 306 Henderson 89015 Brady challenging for bareba(ik bronco lead by Jack Fourcade Home Newt SporU Editor It only takes eight seconds but what a wild and woolly experience for an athlete to go through! For Henderson's Danny Brady, riding bucking broncos is a way of life. The Basic High graduate (ClasM of 76) is currently the third ranked bareback bronc rider in the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association. Last weekend found the wiry tough Danny competing in and winning top money in Uie prestigious Reno Rodeo. Brady was the PRCA bareback bronc riding kingpin in 1^83 while winning gold and silver belt buckeis along with prize money" after competing in all of the biggest rodeo's in the country. His prize money totaled in the $65,000 bracket during his championship year. So far this season, Brady has earned $36,000 in prize money after concluding his customary eight second rides in the daily gtharounds of bareback bronc riding competition. Veteran bronc buster Chuck Logue of McKinney, Texas is the current leader in the bareback bronc competition as endulged in by the PRCA oowfooyB. Brady is in hot pursuit of the number one ranked Logue. Brady got the best of a bronco with the catch name of "Dreamboat Annie" when hooking 'em in during the Reno competitioo. Danny won third place in Mcmday's go-aronnd and them came back to win it all in Sunday's finale aboard "Dreamboat Annie." Brady left the northern city (Reno) |6,500 richer, his prize money safely tucked away as he bowded his charter flight home akmg with fellow rodeo oompetitior Louie Fields, a EDndge, Utah PCRA oowpoke. Danny's work load just won't let up. Fourth of Jtdy weeksad found the Henderson cowboy competing in the Cody (Wyo.) Stampede, Greely (Colo.) Roundup and the Preacott (Ariz.) Frontier Days Show. Rodeo fans attending this weekend's preatigioua Calgary (Canada) Stampede will get another look at Brady. The Basic Hi^ graduate has competed many times in the Canadian city aad is a highly popular bronc-busting ritfer who has always thrilled the Stampede spectator!. Soon after Brady returns from hie Calgary shute^iohiiigearperianosa, he will again take off in hia airplane and head in the direction of the Salinas (Cahf.) Rodeo, July 17-20. Danny was the California State Rodeo champion bareback|tetne riding champion in '83 and with Salinaa being the site of the CSR, it is safe that the Salinas fans and rodeo aficando's. Brady ia on hia way and to think—it just takes thoee mere eight seconda a day... the toughest and most rugged eight seconds out of the day in the life of a PRCA cowboy. I Water from page 2 HENDERSON'S BAfiEBACK BRONCO-Ridiiig champion Danny Brady is set and ready to ride in the Calgary Stampede Jnly 13-14 in the Canadian dty and then double back to catch more bronc riding thne in the California State Rode in Salinas, Calif. July 17-20th. f in response to Public Works director Geoffrey Billingslejr's warning that low water pressures and shortages may be experienced in an area receiving water line and valve improvements. Billingsley said Green Valley rapidly expanding subdivisions south of Warm Springs Road on either side of Valle Verde could experience peak-period shortages and low pressures this summer, before and during dty-planned imixovements that will place a 30-incb water line with appropriate pressure valves beneath Warm Springs Road. Mayor Loma Kesterson suggested the meeting as a way to communicate the coming problems to local residents. The American Nevada Corp. planned community has had a history peppered with water preasure problems, some of which were alleviated by the completion of the largest local improvement district in state history. However, Billingsley said Tuesday night the city had let subdivisions south of Warm Springs Road grow and multiply too rapidly before adequate water lines could be placed in the area. Compounding the problems could be delays in water-line' construction and compledflti. Billingsley said Taeaday valves that must attach to smaller water lines cannot be, obtained immediately and majr.take as many as five weeks to deliver. CoiBidl voted onanimoualy ^. schedule the meeting deapita their experience with previous poorly attoded neigfaborfaood gathoings in Green Valley. 1^1 McnoNP]icKa> Air Conditioners Q: How can I prevent water drippinK Trom the air conditioner into the room' A According to home economist! frum Whirlpool Curpuration, improper intallation can cause dripping into the room, irthe unit ii> tilted incorrectly, water will dram inside irutead ofuutiiide Follow the manuracturer's instruction* when installing the air conditioner unit. Dnppmg usually occurs during times of extreme humidity To minimize dnppagr. keep duors doted, turn thermostat to a warmer setting, use a medium rather than low fan setting and make certain the dram hole in the hack of the unit IS not plugged MOVING SALE: Faroitore, lawn mower, weed wacker, queen bed, CDtertainmeat center, miec. 123 Copper St. 56 4-3247. YARD SALE: Huge yard •ale; hatch. Ubie. 6 chairs, antiques indading Chippendale. Duncan Phyfe. Victorian. Antique vanity, •beets & toys, mine k much more. 1844 Mene, July 11. 12. 13. —BOULDER CITY*-! PAWN SHOP fTBM TO nTATn 293-7296 W#. Mwy. INVESTMENTS 294-1045 564-3135 Q: What caused my air conditioner to *ice up"? A: Freeze up usually occurs becauae of miscalculation on the part of the user. It most frequently happens for the fallowing reasons: • Using the unit when the outdoor temperature is too cold. • The filter needs cleaning. • The thermostat setting ia too cold. • The area to be cooled it too large for the capacity of the air conditioner. • Tha fan speed it set too low. e The unit runt for a long period of time at ver> cold setting. VEHICLES GARAGE SALES GIANT GARAOE SALE 118 Glen Oak. 1 Block eontb of Horison off PaoUk: Sntwdny 4 Su dyJalyl2ft7S9a.B. to S p.Bi. 1916 2rTri Z. Dinette eet. nUaneee, bedtUag, toye, books, tapes, tapper^ wore, ceraoilc pote. railroed ties, TV, pictures. ctotUag (chilarra A womea). Haadrede of other PATIO SALE: Yaakikn C—nw/nBceieoriM.4 • • fk QTe, Cmftnum cheat A tools, piano, fun., aad mach adsc AU like new. 1220 Colt, Bldr to Magic Way. Sstwday 8 to 12. For ede: 78 Feirmoat. 6 cyC ento, eir, pwr etoering, new bettery $1,500. 3 spd. trans $75. 200 cc 6 cyl engine $175. 566J70. For sale: 62 Ford work track, runs good. SSSO Ph. 564-2186: '66 J AGUAK XKE e great bay at $5,600. Call after 4 p.m. 294^)453. BC 1966 FoH Rwmr, kMg bod liner. I^w. Cell 56M440. '75 Chrysler New Yorker nuM but needs work. $600.56^3474. USED AUTO PARTS..i!93'4661. Let us do tlie calling on our New Satellite Com puter all statee mad Canada. BIO JOHN A SONS, Foothill Dr. EC. 73 Ford Caav. "SI OBotor, living qaorters, $5JW0 or boot offcr, can be eoen at 230 Skoekoae cnll 56M668. nnytiaw. 1968 Olds 88 4 dr.. Good condition $600. 293-2886. BC LINCOLN CONTINENTAL 1975 fall power, 29W110 BC FOR SALE 1981 Ford Escort Wagon. Clean, inside & out. Air, good on gas, recent tune up. $1,900. 293-2673 BC 24' Trailer, taaden oxlee, S ood tine $1,200 used owa draft eoolere, 664-7690 or 5664890. 1972 CADILLAC SEDAN DE VILLE, $500. 29-973. BC 63 CHEVY TRUCK with comfortable camper, $1,500. 23-973. BC Motors, traaays A ports ineluding body parts, GM. Ford. Chrysler A Harley. We haire it oU. 5646316 81 Dodge Ariee— Evcrytiag uadsr hood is brand new. New suepeneioo, good tirte, rebuilt front end. $1,400 er beet offer. Needs body work A paint Job. Ph. 564-^. 1974 Honda CR 125 nAidiii sir box, OS is. $100. 2934968. BC 1981 IT Vako 7.6 Merc and UoUer. 2 swivel eeate, anchor. Only iOkrs.oa unit, like new $U00 or offer. 5666978. n Ford FlSOCaetoB 4X4. Has leoe tboa 3,000 mi AC,PS,PBantoaatic dual tanks, must sell! 5666649. 81 Hondn CX500 Shaft drive. Ideal rand bike for two. Windshield, custom Honda line backrest, and loggogs rack. Cruise control. Come A ktok von'U think you'ralookingat a new one. Onhr 4,(M)0 mi. Always dealer oerviced. Longer wsrkiag boors foreee this sale, let $1,500 cash tskss. Cas be eesa after 5:30 p.m. or holiday weekends. 5666297. 81 Clipper 40^ travel tmUsr. Self coataiaed. AsUag $13,00Oorbests(fsr.Ph. 566-1912. 78 OMsmobile DelU 88 Roiml DieseL Rons excellent $750 pk. 5666442. 77 MERCURY Marqnis Wagoaaad67Fr7lII Wagon. 565-7998. For salr 1974 20 ft. Travel trailer, folly self-contaiaed. duel wheels w/eloc brakee, $2j000 or beet. Ph. after 3 5666204. 1976 Orrion 21' walk-athru. 190 hp Volvo, Plata outdrive, VHP, recently overhauled $3,500. 293^482. BC Per sale 72 Dodge Coheta^ tion wngoa. 56 Ford Pickup track. 69 Flat Coupe, Make offer. 564-1881 Ask for Jndy or 5666809 sfter 5 pjn. PRIVATE PARTY NEEDS Car or Track. Price range $160 to $750. Minor repairs OK. Call 564^059. NEW AMSOIL DEALER Call Rickard 2936154. evea.BC Handyman. Carpentry, electrical, plumbing, pointing, 2a 3rrs. experience. Locally, no job too big or small. Free estimates. We beat all estimatee. 3834)965. THE OTHBR~ TELEPHONE CO.-Saias A serriee of all yanr tslsplMas asods* Sss as Ont. 874 8. Boaldtr Hwy., Hda. 566-6606 or 666-1166. Hauling A cleanup A saull carpeatry work A home repairs. Ressoaable rateo/Henderson Rssident 24 yrs. 5666641 ssk f orMsrk. CARPENTER-New coiT etrnctioa, remodeUag, concrete, ceramic tile. sllphsaes, 27, Ra$k5666 87i EMISSION CONTROL CHECK STATION. No wsiting! 293-1661. Big John A Sons. FoothiU Dr. B.C. 67 FordtrwL V ton. Utility bod, 3 sp. 566-9683 or 566-7996. Most sell: 1971 Triunpk 660 motorcycle. Fsir coad.. $600 or best offer. 564^21. FOR SALE: "76 Buick Centwy Spedsl Editkm. Smaller version. New oMtor A traas^ good oa gas. Velvet sesU, hsvo current smog, body good. $U 90 5646316. Where Should You Go To Purchase A Recreational Vehicle For The Least Amount of Money? Wei At.. Sunland RV Center 3333 E. FREMONT • 457-8046 Present this ad to salesman after purchase of your RV & receive a special reward Henderson residents only Refrigeration and sir eonditioning repairs. Call Alaska Air ConditionIng. 566-1006. LMS MINI STORAGE 1601 Atkol Ave. Hda. 1 bkick eoatk of Bl*. Hwv.. 1 bhMh east of Skylbe Casiaa See Centmy Steel Most FiL. 5642566 We can 861-2831 er 5666606. ROOF REPAIR most psiating joba A small csrpentoy Jobo alao do sprinkler systems. By Mike Thompoon. Hdn. resident 23 yra. Ph. 564-7237. BRICK, BLOCK AND STONE WORK slso Back Hoe Work experienced in custom work. Coll 864-7764 for eetiamte. Licensed. HENDERSONS Ueenssd Haadyataa. Baa DePue. Hk oae msato help voa repair h alL PlaiM ag. waH s palat try. ascnrity s y s t s a is. CHARLES MAINTENANCE will do all types of msiatonsnce. Very ressonskle rstes. 564-2434. Call snytbae. Lie 27366477. Cost Cher 636 Ave. B 293-6388 CUSTOM SEWING A WESTERN WEAR. All typee of repair A slteroUoas. BC NEED A CAR? New in town? Old in Town? No Credit? Short time on the Job? Only $100. $200. $300. or $400 down! Need sn automobile te get around? Contact ue. We approve oar own contracts. Instant deUvery. We will pick you up A bring yon to onr car lot. Just telephone 564-5909, NEVADA AUTO SALES. 1813 N. Bldr. Hwy, Henderson, Nev. One block south of Sunset Blvd. A BMr. Hwy. For ssls: 1974 Dodge Coraaet Raas alee, assds body work. Askiag 986a Can Headenoa Hoam News. 564-1881 sak for Scott. AUTO REPAIR Bab, from Ed's Aato Bspair is aow raaalBg MsUs Eiprass Aato Rspair.Mhr.Sorvies.7 days a wk. Roassaabls ratea. pk. 668 9991 First Mate, Inc. ClesBiBg Swvice Commercial or Resdential Free Esfimates Ask for Sand 293-2251 BC HafKtyman Coventry • Ehctncal Plumbing Painting' 25 Years Expenertce Locally No |0t) too t)ig or smafl Pree Estimates We t)eat all estimates 3S34M5 Trailer roofs painted Sheet Rocl(— —repair & taping FREE estimatas S66-6969-IIIKE Qaalty wark that wiU beaatifymarboaseUe. A Beaded. Free Estiatatsa. WssMsBtlsl Artists 2S368I1 1^^^^ D|||J|J|gaMgd Ui. Nt. tSltl Cii tfMeif —BoMMr City Carpt YOUR CARPer CLEAMMO SPEOAUST SERVINQ BOULDER CITY, HENDERSON AMD GREEN VALLEY CAUL 293-4148 BOULDER CONCRETE WANTS TO MKT AU. YOUR OONCRETII FOR fME tajmATEB AMD QUAUTY womaiAMftmcAumcK CASEY BOULDCBCITY 2W-1671 GARY'S LAWN CARE lor vour oiwMitoeB ft Sprtnktof FKE ESTIMATES EAGER BEAVER lteHobl^|gk SAA874 Not a ntato coatiactsr, 666-7468. jtU OCC4SSlKIS Big and Small Rob SIniiM 564-3849 NOT SHOT WILOINQ SmVICI boat trailers •sideboards 'wrought iron l... •awnings •portable welding •repair and fabrication 564-1697 651 Puebio Blvd., Henderson 83 YsBMha lOOKXdktbiks $790 or best offer. 5646664. 20' SheU Lake VHull w/trsiler, iaboard/ontboard, Johnson oatdrive, Chevy V8sMiaa, vary good coaditioa $8.500 M6-7466 1984 Hoada 200 X, 3 wheeler, Csriisle tires. Bamai ezhsust, excalleatr coaditioa. S14mr Also Esgh) I boots, else 10, Uks aew $106. Pk. 2934(239 or SERVKES Paal servioe: Law rates 46I-5369, TBBNAOBR WILL MOW LAWNS, paiat koases aad etc Call 2946067 JBC I FIX THINGS I BUILD THINGS I MAKE THINGS 814-7X77 Hamlyinii w/track.,Yard won, we kani for Jaak. Reanoaable rates. No e b too SBisIL BID or ssol. 461-4686. New and ussd saolsta iastsllsdorrqMiNd.CBll Alaaka Air Coaditla^ ing 666^1006 ACUSTOM PAINTINO, TINTING, WALLPAPERING. AND CABINVr REFINI8HIN0 latsriov A Eateriia. RsMiuMkvmmmittltkr HaoM Laaadry A iWoscckaniaig Siaff^riea —Lowest JIalaa— caO S64^927 Outdoor Ughlno •*:* V MOKRlSOmELMCTMC BCTMKM. OOmmACmm A MAOatNAH Ue.m.1 MAOatNANCt avfi Licensed. $64^724 ceiUaga A toxtarad • .OverlO jnoA iaCk^0Ma.>tava£ ic. 22S7S. Lie. Baaded A GeofgeC 4BM618 SCCUMTY PAMITWa kORVWAU. koenss number 22309 spsodbino m drywsl. ceit inQ repairs, complete pein(ing, irtsrior & exterior. FEAKSON mS0R&7 453-1869 4925 E. Mohavt Ave. Las V99M, Hmr. 89194 Jack Pssrson

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^^ PaHB.i HsaitraM HMMNCWS, HtB4rsB, Nevada TMaday. Jnljr 8, UN TasMbjr, Jnly 8. 1966 Heaiersaa HMW News, Headersaa Nevada Page 7 League from page S Pee Wee League A strong and talented Ethel M. Chocolate Blue Jay baseball team started fast with s two run rally in the second inning, played solid ball in the middle innings, and then fmished strongly with a Hve run explosion in the fifth inning, to down 8 preMng J-and-K Pharmacy team, S-5 Thursday. July 3. It Wai Henderson Recreation ^'Department Pee Wee League championship baseball aj^ its best! Coiy^ Martin and Chad Norton accounted for half of their teamV sight runs with two Bascholl plate dentings ea<^. Ryan Gifford, Mitch Wilson, Robert Ward and Brian Gill were the other Blue Jays getting in on the run scoring parade for the Chocolate team. The J-and-K Pharmacy scored its Hrst run in the third frame when Salazar came home after being walked. Walter Gold also scored for the Pharmacy team in their big third inning. However, playing catchup baseball just wasn't the Pharmacy team's thing and in spite of a three run ra% in the fifth inning that featured run scoring by Gold, Casey Winton and Scott Noey, the J-and-Kers came up short by three runs. Players on both teams were cited for having played some outstanding baseball, the Henderson Recreation Department's Jerry Woods in attendance and supervising both tournament games. Sports From The Pressbox World records an lure to f aU u the competition level riaae, aa over 3,500 of the world's finest athletes meet in Moscow, this week and Boct, to compete in this year's spoKiDg spectacular, the Goodwill Games. NjjBf of ths 18 U.S. amateur athletic fedaratiaiu which are sending contingents to the games confirm our expectitiaiis that the US. team will be truly worid-dass, and\'kaaurss us that the Goodwill Games will be a prraaier intamaUonal sporting event. TMi, teams are diving, figure skating, rhjrthmic gymnastilaB, judo, vollsyball, water polo, weightlifting, wrsiCliDg and yachting. In addition, the women's basketball jt^am and the U. S. men's team have been pared down to 18, with the final selections of 12 to be made this week. E#Mn Moees, the world rsoord hoUer in the 400 meter intenlaediate hurdles; Carl Lwis, winner of four Olympic (pld metals in 1984; and Willie Banks, the world rsccrd holder in the triple jump are among the dominant maleiithleteB who will be ctunpeting in the track and field national championships for spots on the Goodwill Games team. Valeri Brisco-Hooks, 1984 Olympic gold medalist and Carol Lewis, former American indoor record holder and two-time Olympian will be among those competing for spots . ftasietered owner: Franlkia D. Eliis, 4060 E. Uke Mead Laa Vogas. Nev 89115. Lesal Owner: SAME. NoU is hereby given that I, Wall^ Towing, 561 Parkson Rd., V^ltown, NV wiU seU abov4 mentioned property on MondS^ July 21, 1986 at 10 a.m. ft 661 Parkson Rd., HendSrson. NV. We rAerve tlie right to bid. H>liii^ 1, 8. 15, 1966 icGAL NOTICE 1973 (Chevrolet to be aold to higbe|t bidder when title is obtaine^by oMcfaaaic'i lien. Serial No. 1L47R31130394. Ucense>ia. 975BLY Nevada plate< Rg|Stred ownar Lisa Maric^Areafe. 2038 Pafan 1480, Laa yjtgBt, Nev 89104. Legalt Owner. Dale Robert GoebA 206 E. [Me Avc, Laa Vega^ Nev. 89124. Noticlishereby given that I, WalkerYowing, 661 Pariuoo Rd., HeadersM. NV will aeU above (ncatioBed property on TocMl^y, Jsly 29, 1986 at 10 a.m. 4t 561 Parksea Rd., Henderaoa. NV. We reserve the right to bid. H-Jniy 1. 8. IS, 1986 LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE 1979 Chrysler to be sold to highest bidder when title ia obtained by mechanic's lien. Serial No. SS22J4R125654, Ucenae No. 172BMA Nevada Plates. Registered owner James W. Gninden. 3700 E. Stewart. Sp 1250. Las Vegas Nev 89110. Ugal Owner: Unknown. Notice is hereby given that I, Walker Towing, 561 Parkson Rd., Henderson, NV will sell above mentioned property on Wednesday, July 16. 1986 at 10 ajn. at 561 Parkson Rd., Henderson, NV. We reserve the right to bid. H-July 1, 8, 15. 1986 LEGAL NOTICE 1972 Jeep to be sold to highest bidder when title is obtained by mechanic's lien. Serial No. J2AI44CN 06399, Ucense No. 906BJS Nevada plates. Registered owner William P. CoauUo, 98 S. Highland. Apt. 112, Las Vegas, Nev. 89106. Legal Owner SAME. Notice is hereby given that I, Walker Towing, 561 Parkson Rd., Henderson, NV will seU alwve mentioned property on Tuesday. July 29, 1986 at 10 a.m. at 561 Parkaon Rd., Henderaon, NV. We reserve the right to bid. H-Jaly 1. 8. 15, 1986 LEGAL NOTICE 1970 Pontiac to be sold to highest bidder when title is obtained by mechanic's lien. Serial No. 252390P254896, Ucense No. 049BKC Nevada plates. Registered owner Joe V. Harris, or EHsabeih A. Harria, 52 Aldria Circle, Henderson Nev. 89015. Legal Owner SAME. Notice is hereby given that I, Wslker Towing, 561 Parkaon Rd., Henderson, NV will sell above mentioned property on Monday, July 21, 1986 at 10 a.m. at 561 Parkson Rd., Henderson, NV. We reserve the right to bid. H-Jniy 1, 8. 15, 1966 LEGAL NOTICE BEFORE THE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF NEVADA In R AppUcatioa by NEVADA POWER COMPANY requesting Coanussion approval of its Depreciation Study of DMXsuber 31, 1984. Docket No. 86401 NOTICE OF APPLICATION AND PREHEARING CONFERENCE Nevada Power Company ("Nevada Power") has filed an applieatien for Commissioa approval of its Depreciation Study aa of December 31,1984 with the Public Service Commission of Nevada f'Commlssion"). The application iias bssn designsted Docket No. 86401 and was filed in compliance with the Commissioa's Order in Docket No. 83-707. The depreciation study, baaed on depreciable plant balances aa of December 31, 1984, results in an accrual increase of 96,710,207 or spproiimately 28%. The rsoommended account rates are aa follows: Depredation Rates Enlisting Recommended % % Steam Production Plant Othw ProducUon Plant Transmission Plant DUtribntioB naat General Pknt 2,93 8J7 2.17 16S 3.21 3J 3.87 3.41 3.77 4JI1 Total Compeer 2M 3.64 In the application, Nevada Power requested the Commiseioa approve the dqireciation rates presented in the study but aaks the adaption of the new ratea incorporated in the study in conJunction with the next general rate caae. Approval of the propoaed depredation rates could result in increased rstes for customers of Nevada Power. TIM appUcatioB ia availabte for public inspection at the offices of ths PahBc Service Coouidaaioa in the KiakeMl BoikSng, ThM FkMT, 606 East King Street, Carson aty and in the Bradley Baihttag, SecoMl Floor, 2501 East Sahara Avenue. Laa Vegas, Nevada. latarssted pwaoos SMiy file Protests snd/or Petitions for leave to Intervene with the Commission at its Caraoa City office on or before Wednesday, Jnly 23, 1986. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a prehearing conference in the aboveititM docket will be held as follows: TUESDAY, JULY 29, 1986 1:00 P.M. Offioss of the Public Service Comasission Bradley Building, Second Floor 2501 Esst Sahsra Avenue Las Vegaa, Nevada The psrpose of the prehearing conference will be to consider preUninary motions which may be made; however, any other matters under NAC 703.665 may be addressed. By the Commission, WILLIAM H. VANCE, Commission Secretary Dated: Csrsoa aty, Nevada July 1.1986 (SEAL) HJaly 8.1986 FiMty. jMly 11 MAIN EVENT MiMiMiilM • 10 iwiii JANES "TNE NEAF KINGNEN |fii|iiCA SM-t l7U'i iri ffl & WIC IIMmiiM Cntarftf VI. • iM lart Etfl Vntm IHlMViilM |kv^ li-t I Ml ^ 11-4 I Ml SSDiHiMi • no iMMnl AMniM • Ml 717-2371 Fti|gfl Sumin ti flrtt 1,000 TkkithiMin ii tlw Giti. Hotel end Casmo I The fastest dog in the world Is the greyhound. It has been clocked St 41.7 miles per hour. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Plaaalag Ceaiailsdon of the City of Hendereon. Nevada, wiU hold a Pnblic Hearing on July 17, 1986. at 7:30 p.m. in the City Coaaeil Chaaibars, City HaU. 243 Water Street, Headersaa, to eoaaidar the sypliention of A.C.E., Inc., e/o Edward G. Harvay, 1552 Sandra Drive, Boulder City NV 89005 (current property owaers-Tsresa J. Deaniag, Trustee, et al., 1321 Deavsr St., Bealdsr Qty, NV 89006). repreeented by R.T. WUtaey, PJL, P.O. Boi 3K, Hsaiw son, NV 89016 for Planned Unit Divslspmsat aad Teatsthrs Map lUview of SUNSET COMMERCIAL PLAZA UNIT NO. 2 constating of 32 kite on 8.88 acree aMre or less la sa M (ladustrial District) located northeast of Sunset and Eaetgats Roads In the PIttman neighborbood. J :^ igziasjata PUD-M6 ANY AND ALL interested persons suy sppear before the City Planning Conuaission either in person or 1^ oouassl sad msy object to or exprees spproval of the p r oposed Plenasd Uait Development, or msy prior to the PnbUc Hearing, file with the City Plimning Department written objection thereto or spprovsl thereof. DATED: July 3, 1986 / 181 PAUL RUTH, Chainaaa HeadcrsoB Plaaniag Commission H-Jniy 8, 1986 DISTRICT COURT CLARK COUNTY. NEVADA ROSA MARIA SANTANA, PIshitiff. -vsCRUZ MOTA SANTANA, Defendant. Case No. D85998 SUMMONS NOTICE! YOU HAVE BEEN SUED. THE COURT MAY DECIDE AGAINST YOU WITHOUT YOUR BEING HEARD UNLESS YOU RESPOND WITHIN 20 DAYS. READ THE INFORMA TION BELOW. TO THE DEFENDANT: A dvil Complaint has been filed by the plaintiff against you for the relief set forth in the Complaint. This action is brought to recover a judgement dissolving the bonds of matrimony presently existing between you and the Plaintiff. 1. If you intend to defend this lawsuit, within 20 days after this Suramonii is served on you exclusive of the day of service, you must do the following: a. File with the Clerk of this court, whose address is shown below, a formal written response to the Complaint in accordance with the rules of the Court. b. Serve a copy of your response upon the attorney whose name and address is shown below. 2. Unless you respond, your default will be entered upon application of the plaintiff and this Court may enter a judgement against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint, which could result in the taking of money or property or other relief requested in the Complaint. 3. If you intend to seek the advice of an attorney in this matter, you should do so promptly so that your response may be filed on time. Issued at direction of: EDWARD WEINSTEIN, CHTD. 2305 Las Vegas Blvd. S. Las Vegas, Nevada 89104 Attorney for Plaintiff LORETTA BOWMAN, CLERK OF COURT By: LOUELLA MYERS DEPUTY CLERK (District Court Seal) Date: June 16, 1986 County Courthouse 200 South Third Street Las Vegas. Nevada 89155 H^uly 1, 8, 15. 22, 29, 1986 DISTRICT COURT CLARK COUNTY, NEVADA BERNELL BRYANT. Plaintiff, -VBMARY D. BRYANT. Defendant. Caae No. D64I64 SUMMONS NOTICE! YOU HAVE BEEN SUED. THE COURT MAY DECIDE AGAINST YOU WITHOUT YOUR BEING HEARD UNLESS YOU RESPOND WITHIN 20 DAYS. READ THE INFORMATION BELOW. TO THE DEFENDANT: A dvil complaint has been filed by tlie plaiatiff against you for the relief set forth in the Complaint. I. If you intend to defend thia lawsuit, within 20 days after this Summons is served on you exclusive of the day of service, you mnat do the following: a. File with the Clerk of thia court, whose addresa is shown below, a formal written response to the Complaint in accordance with the rules of the Court. b. Serve a copy of your response upon the attorney whose name and addreas ia shown below. Unleas you respond, your defsult will be entered upon appUcation of the plaintiff and this Court may enter a Judgement againat you for the relief demanded in the Complaint, which could result in the taking of money or property or other relief requested in tlie Complaint. 3. If you intend to seek tlie advice of an attorney in thia matter, you should do so promptly ao that your response may be filed on time. This is an action brought to diaaolve the bonds of matrimony existing between the parties snd for Uie relief as prayed in tlie Complaint for Divnroe on file bcrdn. iasued at direction of: STANLEY W. PIERCE, ESQ. Attorney for Plaintiff 300 Fremont Street, #116 Las Vegas. Nevsda 89101 LORETTA BOWMAN. CLERK OF COURT By: Linda O'Leary DEPUTY CLERK (DUtrict Court Seal) Date4/lS6 County Courthouae 200 South Third Street Laa Vegaa, Nevada 89155 HJuly 1, 8. 15, 22, 29, 1986 (is COPY CENTER AT MANPOWER COPIES COLLATING • STAPLING • COVERS PROFESSIONAL TYPING • DRILLING • BINDINC LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE or PUBLIC HKARINQ NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that Ihs PlanUag Coauniasioa of ths aty of Hsadarssa, Nsmds wiU hsU s PuhSe Heariag sa July 17, lilt, at 7:39 M^. la ths CHy Csaaell Chsahers, aty Hall. 248 Walsr StNst, Hsadarsea, to esasUw ths ssHlsatUm sf U.S. HoBM Csry., SM N. Raaehs, 1519, Las Vsfss. NV 89MS, for a ZsM Chuf fraai R-1 (Oas Pssdly RssMsaca DIatrictI sad C-1 (LlaUtsd/Nalghhsrhesd CsasMrelsl District) to M (ladustrial District) fr s preysasd sswaeriiaMadustrlal divi l spaisatea 99 seres • ssssr h ss l seale d asr t hwss t slFshCO Road aad Suaast Read la ths PlttaMa i ifi'ji:, ^1 r' -^^i 'WV'^T'S -M•M-' .^tjH^T ff-l.0-1 To-M-. L i i : f •is'sse ss !:ii"ti.1.:; s:rt itnint";r ? j i • '. t _.i' • •t I : • I i /e- ^-z' ANY AND ALL iatsreetsd parsow ay appaar befera the City Plaaalag Coausdssiaa ahhsr ia psrsoB or 1^ eoaasd aad auy object to or express spproval s( ths prspassd Zsae Cksage, or msy prior to the Public Hsarii, fUs whh the aty Phsnrii Departmeat written objectioa thste or spproval thwsel. DATED: Jaly 3, 1986 /S/ PAUL RUTH, Ch^maa Hsaderssa Plaa^ag Coauaisstsa H-July 8, 1986 DISTRICT COURT CLARE COUNTY, NEVADA JAMES S. DERIAOA, Plalatlff. LISA GALE DERIADA Defsadaat Caae Ns. D85252 Dspt. No. XV Docket NaU SUMMONS NOTICE! YOU HAVE BEEN SUED. THE COURT MAY DECIDE AGAINST YOU WITHOUT YOUR BEING HEARD UNLESS YOU RESPOND WITHIN 20 DAYS. READ THE INFORMATION BELOW. TO THE DEFENDANT: A dvil Complaint has been filed by the plaintiff agsinst you for the relief set forth ia the Complaint. This action is brought to recover a judgement disaoiving the bonds of matrimony presently exiating between you and the Plaintiff. 1. If you intend to defend thia lawsuit, within 20 days sfter this Summons is served on you exdushre of tlie day of service, you must do the following: a. File with the Clerk of this court, whose sddress is shown below, s fonnar written response to tile Complaint in accordance with the miss of tlie Court. b. Serve s copy of your response upon the attorney whose name and address is shown below. 2. Unless you respond, your default will be entered upon application of the plaintiff and this Court may enter a judgement agsinst yos for the relief demanded in the Complaint, which could result in the taking of money or property or other relief requested in tlie Complsint. 3. If you intend to seek the advice of an attorney in this matter, you should do so promptly so thst your responae may be filed on time. Issued St directk>n of: EDWARD WEINSTEIN. ESQ. 2305 Las Vcgss Blvd. S. Las Vegss. Nevsda 89104 Attorney for PtaiaUff LORETTA BOWMAN, CLERK or COURT By: GLORIA FOARD. DEPUTY CLERK District Court SssI Oat* May 21,1986 County C ourthsasB 200 Ssuth Third Strsst Las Vsgss, Nevads 89166 H^aly 1. 8,16, 22,19, 19S6 DISTRICT COURT CLARK COUNTY. NEVADA JUONOLEE, PUatiff, IN SOON SUNG, Defeedaat. Cass No. 066199 Dept.No.U DeehstNaD SUMMONS NOTICE! YOU HAVE BEEN SUED. THE COU^ MAY DECIDE AGAINST YOU WITHOUT YOUR BEING HEARD UNLESS YOU RBSPOND WITHIN 39 DAYS. READ THE INFORMATION BELOW. IN SOON SUNG TO THE DErENDANT: A dvil CsiapUat kM beea filed by the pbfadfl i^alMt yea for the roSef set forth ia the Co plaiat Tkis is aa sctfaia to dissolve tke beads of nwtrimony presently existiag bst-~ ween you and t^ Plalatlff. 1. If yon latead to defead thia lawsuit, wMUs 20 days after this Sanuaons is servsd OB you axdusivs of the dsy of ssrvics, you must ds ths foUowiag: s.nis with ths Clerk of this Court, whose address is shown below, a formal writtes respo as e to the Complsiat to Boeordsaes with the ruiss sf the Court. b. Serve s copy of ysur respoase upoa the sttoraey whose name aad address is shown below. 2. Ualsss ysa rsspoad, your defsuh will bs satsrsd upon appHeatiaa of the pUBdff aad this Court may eater a Judgement againat yoa for the relief demanded in the Cosiplsiat, which could result to ths taking of moaey or property er other nUsf requested to the Comptotot 3. If you istead to seek the advice of an attorney to thto msttsr, you should do so promptly so thst your isspoasc msy be filed oa time. Issusd St dbsetioa sf: EDWARD WEINSTIEN, CHARTERED, Attorney for Platotiff 2306 Las Vegas BoulevMd South Las Vsgss. Nevada 89104 LORETTA BOWMAN, CLERK or COURT DISTRICT COURT SEAL By Liada O'Leary Deputy Clerk DATE: MAY 28,1986 Coaaty Ce u rt hsaes 200 South TkM Stisst Lss Vegss, Nevsda 89166 HJaae 10, 17, 24, Jaly 1, 8. 1966 Wouldn't It Be Great To Hear Well Again HENDIRSON HIARINQ ASSOCIATES in conjunction witli the office of BURUN H. ACKUES III, M.D. is pleased to announce a complete hearing aid evaluation and service center CALL 564-6434 108 Lake Mead Dre Suite 306 Henderson 89015 Brady challenging for bareba(ik bronco lead by Jack Fourcade Home Newt SporU Editor It only takes eight seconds but what a wild and woolly experience for an athlete to go through! For Henderson's Danny Brady, riding bucking broncos is a way of life. The Basic High graduate (ClasM of 76) is currently the third ranked bareback bronc rider in the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association. Last weekend found the wiry tough Danny competing in and winning top money in Uie prestigious Reno Rodeo. Brady was the PRCA bareback bronc riding kingpin in 1^83 while winning gold and silver belt buckeis along with prize money" after competing in all of the biggest rodeo's in the country. His prize money totaled in the $65,000 bracket during his championship year. So far this season, Brady has earned $36,000 in prize money after concluding his customary eight second rides in the daily gtharounds of bareback bronc riding competition. Veteran bronc buster Chuck Logue of McKinney, Texas is the current leader in the bareback bronc competition as endulged in by the PRCA oowfooyB. Brady is in hot pursuit of the number one ranked Logue. Brady got the best of a bronco with the catch name of "Dreamboat Annie" when hooking 'em in during the Reno competitioo. Danny won third place in Mcmday's go-aronnd and them came back to win it all in Sunday's finale aboard "Dreamboat Annie." Brady left the northern city (Reno) |6,500 richer, his prize money safely tucked away as he bowded his charter flight home akmg with fellow rodeo oompetitior Louie Fields, a EDndge, Utah PCRA oowpoke. Danny's work load just won't let up. Fourth of Jtdy weeksad found the Henderson cowboy competing in the Cody (Wyo.) Stampede, Greely (Colo.) Roundup and the Preacott (Ariz.) Frontier Days Show. Rodeo fans attending this weekend's preatigioua Calgary (Canada) Stampede will get another look at Brady. The Basic Hi^ graduate has competed many times in the Canadian city aad is a highly popular bronc-busting ritfer who has always thrilled the Stampede spectator!. Soon after Brady returns from hie Calgary shute^iohiiigearperianosa, he will again take off in hia airplane and head in the direction of the Salinas (Cahf.) Rodeo, July 17-20. Danny was the California State Rodeo champion bareback|tetne riding champion in '83 and with Salinaa being the site of the CSR, it is safe that the Salinas fans and rodeo aficando's. Brady ia on hia way and to think—it just takes thoee mere eight seconda a day... the toughest and most rugged eight seconds out of the day in the life of a PRCA cowboy. I Water from page 2 HENDERSON'S BAfiEBACK BRONCO-Ridiiig champion Danny Brady is set and ready to ride in the Calgary Stampede Jnly 13-14 in the Canadian dty and then double back to catch more bronc riding thne in the California State Rode in Salinas, Calif. July 17-20th. f in response to Public Works director Geoffrey Billingslejr's warning that low water pressures and shortages may be experienced in an area receiving water line and valve improvements. Billingsley said Green Valley rapidly expanding subdivisions south of Warm Springs Road on either side of Valle Verde could experience peak-period shortages and low pressures this summer, before and during dty-planned imixovements that will place a 30-incb water line with appropriate pressure valves beneath Warm Springs Road. Mayor Loma Kesterson suggested the meeting as a way to communicate the coming problems to local residents. The American Nevada Corp. planned community has had a history peppered with water preasure problems, some of which were alleviated by the completion of the largest local improvement district in state history. However, Billingsley said Tuesday night the city had let subdivisions south of Warm Springs Road grow and multiply too rapidly before adequate water lines could be placed in the area. Compounding the problems could be delays in water-line' construction and compledflti. Billingsley said Taeaday valves that must attach to smaller water lines cannot be, obtained immediately and majr.take as many as five weeks to deliver. CoiBidl voted onanimoualy ^. schedule the meeting deapita their experience with previous poorly attoded neigfaborfaood gathoings in Green Valley. 1^1 McnoNP]icKa> Air Conditioners Q: How can I prevent water drippinK Trom the air conditioner into the room' A According to home economist! frum Whirlpool Curpuration, improper intallation can cause dripping into the room, irthe unit ii> tilted incorrectly, water will dram inside irutead ofuutiiide Follow the manuracturer's instruction* when installing the air conditioner unit. Dnppmg usually occurs during times of extreme humidity To minimize dnppagr. keep duors doted, turn thermostat to a warmer setting, use a medium rather than low fan setting and make certain the dram hole in the hack of the unit IS not plugged MOVING SALE: Faroitore, lawn mower, weed wacker, queen bed, CDtertainmeat center, miec. 123 Copper St. 56 4-3247. YARD SALE: Huge yard •ale; hatch. Ubie. 6 chairs, antiques indading Chippendale. Duncan Phyfe. Victorian. Antique vanity, •beets & toys, mine k much more. 1844 Mene, July 11. 12. 13. —BOULDER CITY*-! PAWN SHOP fTBM TO nTATn 293-7296 W#. Mwy. INVESTMENTS 294-1045 564-3135 Q: What caused my air conditioner to *ice up"? A: Freeze up usually occurs becauae of miscalculation on the part of the user. It most frequently happens for the fallowing reasons: • Using the unit when the outdoor temperature is too cold. • The filter needs cleaning. • The thermostat setting ia too cold. • The area to be cooled it too large for the capacity of the air conditioner. • Tha fan speed it set too low. e The unit runt for a long period of time at ver> cold setting. VEHICLES GARAGE SALES GIANT GARAOE SALE 118 Glen Oak. 1 Block eontb of Horison off PaoUk: Sntwdny 4 Su dyJalyl2ft7S9a.B. to S p.Bi. 1916 2rTri Z. Dinette eet. nUaneee, bedtUag, toye, books, tapes, tapper^ wore, ceraoilc pote. railroed ties, TV, pictures. ctotUag (chilarra A womea). Haadrede of other PATIO SALE: Yaakikn C—nw/nBceieoriM.4 • • fk QTe, Cmftnum cheat A tools, piano, fun., aad mach adsc AU like new. 1220 Colt, Bldr to Magic Way. Sstwday 8 to 12. For ede: 78 Feirmoat. 6 cyC ento, eir, pwr etoering, new bettery $1,500. 3 spd. trans $75. 200 cc 6 cyl engine $175. 566J70. For sale: 62 Ford work track, runs good. SSSO Ph. 564-2186: '66 J AGUAK XKE e great bay at $5,600. Call after 4 p.m. 294^)453. BC 1966 FoH Rwmr, kMg bod liner. I^w. Cell 56M440. '75 Chrysler New Yorker nuM but needs work. $600.56^3474. USED AUTO PARTS..i!93'4661. Let us do tlie calling on our New Satellite Com puter all statee mad Canada. BIO JOHN A SONS, Foothill Dr. EC. 73 Ford Caav. "SI OBotor, living qaorters, $5JW0 or boot offcr, can be eoen at 230 Skoekoae cnll 56M668. nnytiaw. 1968 Olds 88 4 dr.. Good condition $600. 293-2886. BC LINCOLN CONTINENTAL 1975 fall power, 29W110 BC FOR SALE 1981 Ford Escort Wagon. Clean, inside & out. Air, good on gas, recent tune up. $1,900. 293-2673 BC 24' Trailer, taaden oxlee, S ood tine $1,200 used owa draft eoolere, 664-7690 or 5664890. 1972 CADILLAC SEDAN DE VILLE, $500. 29-973. BC 63 CHEVY TRUCK with comfortable camper, $1,500. 23-973. BC Motors, traaays A ports ineluding body parts, GM. Ford. Chrysler A Harley. We haire it oU. 5646316 81 Dodge Ariee— Evcrytiag uadsr hood is brand new. New suepeneioo, good tirte, rebuilt front end. $1,400 er beet offer. Needs body work A paint Job. Ph. 564-^. 1974 Honda CR 125 nAidiii sir box, OS is. $100. 2934968. BC 1981 IT Vako 7.6 Merc and UoUer. 2 swivel eeate, anchor. Only iOkrs.oa unit, like new $U00 or offer. 5666978. n Ford FlSOCaetoB 4X4. Has leoe tboa 3,000 mi AC,PS,PBantoaatic dual tanks, must sell! 5666649. 81 Hondn CX500 Shaft drive. Ideal rand bike for two. Windshield, custom Honda line backrest, and loggogs rack. Cruise control. Come A ktok von'U think you'ralookingat a new one. Onhr 4,(M)0 mi. Always dealer oerviced. Longer wsrkiag boors foreee this sale, let $1,500 cash tskss. Cas be eesa after 5:30 p.m. or holiday weekends. 5666297. 81 Clipper 40^ travel tmUsr. Self coataiaed. AsUag $13,00Oorbests(fsr.Ph. 566-1912. 78 OMsmobile DelU 88 Roiml DieseL Rons excellent $750 pk. 5666442. 77 MERCURY Marqnis Wagoaaad67Fr7lII Wagon. 565-7998. For salr 1974 20 ft. Travel trailer, folly self-contaiaed. duel wheels w/eloc brakee, $2j000 or beet. Ph. after 3 5666204. 1976 Orrion 21' walk-athru. 190 hp Volvo, Plata outdrive, VHP, recently overhauled $3,500. 293^482. BC Per sale 72 Dodge Coheta^ tion wngoa. 56 Ford Pickup track. 69 Flat Coupe, Make offer. 564-1881 Ask for Jndy or 5666809 sfter 5 pjn. PRIVATE PARTY NEEDS Car or Track. Price range $160 to $750. Minor repairs OK. Call 564^059. NEW AMSOIL DEALER Call Rickard 2936154. evea.BC Handyman. Carpentry, electrical, plumbing, pointing, 2a 3rrs. experience. Locally, no job too big or small. Free estimates. We beat all estimatee. 3834)965. THE OTHBR~ TELEPHONE CO.-Saias A serriee of all yanr tslsplMas asods* Sss as Ont. 874 8. Boaldtr Hwy., Hda. 566-6606 or 666-1166. Hauling A cleanup A saull carpeatry work A home repairs. Ressoaable rateo/Henderson Rssident 24 yrs. 5666641 ssk f orMsrk. CARPENTER-New coiT etrnctioa, remodeUag, concrete, ceramic tile. sllphsaes, 27, Ra$k5666 87i EMISSION CONTROL CHECK STATION. No wsiting! 293-1661. Big John A Sons. FoothiU Dr. B.C. 67 FordtrwL V ton. Utility bod, 3 sp. 566-9683 or 566-7996. Most sell: 1971 Triunpk 660 motorcycle. Fsir coad.. $600 or best offer. 564^21. FOR SALE: "76 Buick Centwy Spedsl Editkm. Smaller version. New oMtor A traas^ good oa gas. Velvet sesU, hsvo current smog, body good. $U 90 5646316. Where Should You Go To Purchase A Recreational Vehicle For The Least Amount of Money? Wei At.. Sunland RV Center 3333 E. FREMONT • 457-8046 Present this ad to salesman after purchase of your RV & receive a special reward Henderson residents only Refrigeration and sir eonditioning repairs. Call Alaska Air ConditionIng. 566-1006. LMS MINI STORAGE 1601 Atkol Ave. Hda. 1 bkick eoatk of Bl*. Hwv.. 1 bhMh east of Skylbe Casiaa See Centmy Steel Most FiL. 5642566 We can 861-2831 er 5666606. ROOF REPAIR most psiating joba A small csrpentoy Jobo alao do sprinkler systems. By Mike Thompoon. Hdn. resident 23 yra. Ph. 564-7237. BRICK, BLOCK AND STONE WORK slso Back Hoe Work experienced in custom work. Coll 864-7764 for eetiamte. Licensed. HENDERSONS Ueenssd Haadyataa. Baa DePue. Hk oae msato help voa repair h alL PlaiM ag. waH s palat try. ascnrity s y s t s a is. CHARLES MAINTENANCE will do all types of msiatonsnce. Very ressonskle rstes. 564-2434. Call snytbae. Lie 27366477. Cost Cher 636 Ave. B 293-6388 CUSTOM SEWING A WESTERN WEAR. All typee of repair A slteroUoas. BC NEED A CAR? New in town? Old in Town? No Credit? Short time on the Job? Only $100. $200. $300. or $400 down! Need sn automobile te get around? Contact ue. We approve oar own contracts. Instant deUvery. We will pick you up A bring yon to onr car lot. Just telephone 564-5909, NEVADA AUTO SALES. 1813 N. Bldr. Hwy, Henderson, Nev. One block south of Sunset Blvd. A BMr. Hwy. For ssls: 1974 Dodge Coraaet Raas alee, assds body work. Askiag 986a Can Headenoa Hoam News. 564-1881 sak for Scott. AUTO REPAIR Bab, from Ed's Aato Bspair is aow raaalBg MsUs Eiprass Aato Rspair.Mhr.Sorvies.7 days a wk. Roassaabls ratea. pk. 668 9991 First Mate, Inc. ClesBiBg Swvice Commercial or Resdential Free Esfimates Ask for Sand 293-2251 BC HafKtyman Coventry • Ehctncal Plumbing Painting' 25 Years Expenertce Locally No |0t) too t)ig or smafl Pree Estimates We t)eat all estimates 3S34M5 Trailer roofs painted Sheet Rocl(— —repair & taping FREE estimatas S66-6969-IIIKE Qaalty wark that wiU beaatifymarboaseUe. A Beaded. Free Estiatatsa. WssMsBtlsl Artists 2S368I1 1^^^^ D|||J|J|gaMgd Ui. Nt. tSltl Cii tfMeif —BoMMr City Carpt YOUR CARPer CLEAMMO SPEOAUST SERVINQ BOULDER CITY, HENDERSON AMD GREEN VALLEY CAUL 293-4148 BOULDER CONCRETE WANTS TO MKT AU. YOUR OONCRETII FOR fME tajmATEB AMD QUAUTY womaiAMftmcAumcK CASEY BOULDCBCITY 2W-1671 GARY'S LAWN CARE lor vour oiwMitoeB ft Sprtnktof FKE ESTIMATES EAGER BEAVER lteHobl^|gk SAA874 Not a ntato coatiactsr, 666-7468. jtU OCC4SSlKIS Big and Small Rob SIniiM 564-3849 NOT SHOT WILOINQ SmVICI boat trailers •sideboards 'wrought iron l... •awnings •portable welding •repair and fabrication 564-1697 651 Puebio Blvd., Henderson 83 YsBMha lOOKXdktbiks $790 or best offer. 5646664. 20' SheU Lake VHull w/trsiler, iaboard/ontboard, Johnson oatdrive, Chevy V8sMiaa, vary good coaditioa $8.500 M6-7466 1984 Hoada 200 X, 3 wheeler, Csriisle tires. Bamai ezhsust, excalleatr coaditioa. S14mr Also Esgh) I boots, else 10, Uks aew $106. Pk. 2934(239 or SERVKES Paal servioe: Law rates 46I-5369, TBBNAOBR WILL MOW LAWNS, paiat koases aad etc Call 2946067 JBC I FIX THINGS I BUILD THINGS I MAKE THINGS 814-7X77 Hamlyinii w/track.,Yard won, we kani for Jaak. Reanoaable rates. No e b too SBisIL BID or ssol. 461-4686. New and ussd saolsta iastsllsdorrqMiNd.CBll Alaaka Air Coaditla^ ing 666^1006 ACUSTOM PAINTINO, TINTING, WALLPAPERING. AND CABINVr REFINI8HIN0 latsriov A Eateriia. RsMiuMkvmmmittltkr HaoM Laaadry A iWoscckaniaig Siaff^riea —Lowest JIalaa— caO S64^927 Outdoor Ughlno •*:* V MOKRlSOmELMCTMC BCTMKM. OOmmACmm A MAOatNAH Ue.m.1 MAOatNANCt avfi Licensed. $64^724 ceiUaga A toxtarad • .OverlO jnoA iaCk^0Ma.>tava£ ic. 22S7S. Lie. Baaded A GeofgeC 4BM618 SCCUMTY PAMITWa kORVWAU. koenss number 22309 spsodbino m drywsl. ceit inQ repairs, complete pein(ing, irtsrior & exterior. FEAKSON mS0R&7 453-1869 4925 E. Mohavt Ave. Las V99M, Hmr. 89194 Jack Pssrson

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r ?•§• I HBdrMB HMM NCWI, HendcrMii, Nevate TiM^dAy. Jly 8, \m WHITES GARDENING IQ% iff ti Sr. QtlMis ONi up and Yfld (on ROULDER CITY BUILDING .,„., and ROOFING THOMPSON'S HOME MAINTENAhCE and YARD SERVICE Free EstimatM S65-5542 293>2179 •PMlM 'f FREE ESTIMATES •Addlttent •PatlM •RtflwdcNng •QaragM SvWinQ HMChllM m Vaeuum CiMMr* SortnMii't SMHoMmua ^t3-3770BC IMMl AN 2M4110 HOWARD HBLDERLEIN CONSTBUCTION Coqiinrdal>RMidMit-Raio| COLDUfetL BANKieR • ANCHOR REALTY, INC. (702) 293.5757 CALL 24 HRS. itOMMaMOpva rOU NAME IT. WE'LL I m RESIDENTIAL )MMERCIAL.(HIIN)U8TRIAL. AddltioM. or repair. Lie. No 14492. ^ SUN REALTY %4 "THE REAL ESTATE PROF|:SSIONALS" ,si 1311 Novada Hwy., Bouidor City, Ntvada 89005 24 HOURS (702) 299-2181 HJk OFFER FULL SERVICE INCLUDING PROPERTY MANAGEMENT sow ABOUT TWO HOMBBT Side by aMe and on\l |M,75D e:k. TUa dupiax ia Jiamarulute and far Nll!l^ ONB BEDROOM LUXURY CONDO OM of kil. the Modd. all upgnidaa. Spygkna HiU'a laat one. S6S4M0 daaeoat prlea. EXAMPLE laxwyi UttTALB Sae aa flw njlaVMMfoLadalta,2l J^^ia^vritaUa today at 1750. OlfTHE OOLP COURSE. Uaobatraetad vWwa. mm be fr i—a, plaa gaaat kaoaa. All UM Mtraa ao | eo|yimSSi.OaBday far year appoiatawt EXCKLLENT VALUE h aaaUy aaea ia thia three badioai attankri koia, |654)00. Immaculate and hy a pp o to taw at eoly. BELOW APPRAISAL: Laiaa4 badrooa. 24 bath flwtaa oa rial caldaaa e Valaad laat fall at lUSjeO. Cal today for YOUR price. WHEELCHAIR BOMB: the oiOy oae available tod^ ia Boalder City. Thia eaataaiaod Uwia HoBM 4 haiioeait earaar lot, hrnb laadaraplag haa •vMytyiW for the dbcfiadaatiiW family with apestal MMtaaa. in^REDUCEDI aadprieadteaallll Ptofaat far AMarger famOy. Plva ha*ama. IVi I iy2£B00. Sea tUa today! ABUONA ESCAPE Two aaroa of reatrietMl m MBADVIEW. Call for anlaia^ I to aae pktaraa. mapa, at aL $MN total prioa. HENDERSON WnC LAND Five acrea. view. pataatlaL tavaa. pdea. CaO aaw. 11 ACRES OF B4 Laad ia Baaldir Oty. Choloa faal mm vitSttkk fcr aaak aaii atSMkt loa af tha laat R4 parealB left ia BC. LEWIS HOME BMaBaat laadly floar plaa, 4 ha*aaaM, laift • • ••. aaaoaMMa laaa. Aaklat 194.500. CaB today ttUlil. •TePfV OUR OPPiet AND LOOK OVER THI MANY OTHIR LWTINOt WB HAVB AVAILABLi' LARGE 3 BEDROOM in quiet matnr* area. Central loeatioa near atorea, Ubraiy, poat office. Needa TLCI 171.600 BC REDUCEDTO$199.500 which la the beet price arooad for 5 bedrma, pool, nicely landacapod and spectacular view! BC TOP OF THE UNE family home, located ia cn]-deac. Four bedrma, family room. w/wat bar. pod and apa, country Idtchen. For aale at qiimdaed value of $132,000. BC MOBILE HOME located on Potoai, reduced again to $63,500. Seller out of town and aeeda an offer. Features 3 bednna. 1 bath and lovely patioa and laadacaping. OUT OF TOWN PR0PERTY-2S milea from Pahraaqi. alee get-a-way for $00,000. Two badrm Mobile, 40X40 gane OB 2Vi acrea. Selkr will carry. Call Katie for more iafol HIGH ON A HILL Lovely 3 bedrm, 2^1 Iwtha, opn floor plan with 4 way flreplace. Owner realtor $156,000. BC GREAT THREE BEDRM with converted garage, large covered patio 16X17. A pleaaure to ahow tUa oaet $094100 Hda. CUSTOM HOME AREA 3 bedrm. w/walk ia ekwata. view of lake. Pool and tennia courto avaiiabla with thia home for $20 per month. $175,900. BC ADULT MOBILE HOME AREA this Super upgraded aMbile ia priced to aeil qukkly at $79,900. Call to aac todayll BC SEE THIS FOUR BEDRM. high on a hill looking out on the lake. Huge garage w/room to make iato large family room. Complete witk alarm ayatam $161,500. FAMILY SIZED 2.360 aqft., 5 badma, 1 ear garage w/atarago, extra iaaniatioo, 3 attic faaa, 2 airAitg, uaita aad krta more $100,509. BC LOCATED IN CUL-DE-SAC, Lovely mobile home with fantaatic view of Lake EZ laadacape, lota of paridag and eovered patlaa. Partially fandahad $107,600. BC STARTER HOME-Pricad to aaO $68,900 far tUa two ba*m, 1 bth boaM, faaead yard, atorea abed, aaa thia aaal BC LOVELY THREE BEDROOM NESTLED AGAINST THE MOUNTAINS with view of Lake. Lota of tile thru-out. Utility room off back of garage for workabop. $139,500. BC CUSTOM HOME AREA off Hwy 93 overkwUng the lake. Beautiful 3 bdrm, 3 bth home, F/P in mat. bedrm, and morel $168,900. BC 12X64 SANDPOINTE with 12X24 expando living rm, located ia Sunriae Trl. EaUtea. Check the price $37,750. Hdn. DOUBLE FIREPLACE. Cathedral'ceUinga in L/R, country kitchen, large lot $96,000 BC ••LOTS*' REDUCED TO $66,9001 One acre lot w/view of Lake. DESPERATE SELLER Lake Terrace Lot w/view $55,000. Bring an Offerl 1416 SAN FELIPE Vx acre $37,900. THREE ADJOINING LOTS near Naplea A Orleans, good view of Valley. Owner will carry. $20,000 ea. Hdn. GOOD LEVEL lot fadag Raoetrack. Owner pref era oaali, mi^t carry with good down paymaat. $M,000. Hda. ••CONDOS•• LAKE TERRACE 3 bedroom. 2 bath, view of Lake, uae of teania courta. Pool aad apa. $128,900. SALE FELL THROUGH! SeUer aays aelll FVsahly painted, carpeta ciaaaad and ready for oeeapaat. $481900. BC VIEW OF LAKE. Cemmaaity pool ia backyard, thia two baikm, 1 bath Uketrea ia the one to aael $79,600. BC TWO BDRM, IVi bath with all applianceal $60,000 Hda. TWO BDRM, 1 Vi batha. aieaiy deearatad prioad at $56,600. BC PEPPERTREE 2 b*at, aevar Uvad ia! Great view $68,900. Hda. \ CUT YOUB SELLING COSTS-Aak about the Boat Solkr Plaa SA VB UP TO 10% aa 1001 tsM at Saara whaa CoUwoH Baakar AadMT Baalty Flada Year Now HoBM. te anid ^t. $96,000 2934022 2 half acre loU. Sub diviaioB 11 $25,000 jpsr tot by owaar 2936022. • uyara ba Awara o( the loDovmng Buy by July s end Owner MoUvaled Custom tiome on one acre $122 000 Atsasstrientt paiO Near park 3 bedrooms 2 car garage $59 aoo Owner's Aniloua rrvDve m on aedit approval 8ry 398-1618 BC Joan Keaterson CENTURY 21 A 4 A Realty 565 1166 Of 565 7859 2'/^ ba.. fam. rm., game rak. formal riaing rm., A more. $189,000! 2934630. BC Super aharp cuatom home on W acre lot. Tile Custom cabir^sis and fireplace are so nice in ttiis large family home Prced at $130 000 and flexible 2 One ecre level p a rcal a with view. Avaiable n(ed has 3 bedroomt, 2 full baths on largecormii lot Pnced|ust for YOU a $56 000 In a neigMorfxxxJ $1,500 dowa, Palo Varde/Major 3 bdrm, 2 bth. MaomaUe $660 mo. Joe. 871-6314 er 7334882. GOVERNMENT HOMES VA Md HUD Aagahsd PlipaHlaafVaaUatAIafanaatlaa far aO Araaa. VaaMt I kaya-CaO 1$12 North Boulder MgfRsay IS great commer cial property 50X135 kX IS kxsaled on very heavy traffic area Owner wit conader ALL offers!! Three 1 acra lots sKle by SKte on Emden St Sold separately for $ 16 000 and under or offer a package deal Owner m flexible on price and terms Istfierea t)ener time than now to C^ntuiK AAA REALTY Low dowa, aooi $17,000 ea. .Call Roberta Realty, Realtor 3849111 or evea 5664463. MOBILE HOME FOR SALE IN BOULDER CITY TRAILER PARK 10X50, new carpet, very nice, $14,500. Call 2934006. BC SANDY VAUEY 2V2 Acres Zoned mobiles Power, phone & roads. 42 miles from Troptcana As low as $200 down. $100 per mo. 736-0661. BANK OWNED LAKE MEAD VIEW CUSTOI^ HOIWiE LOTS FOR SALE Low money down. Owner will finance or build to suit Preferred rate financing arid terms availatde Call Cathy Kammeyer or Laura Srriith 877 1881 Monday through Fnday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m MSllM (792) 468-1880. Ext 664 Honae far aale by owasr, 2 ataty Chkm home, 1360 a^. fL 4 btkm. tV, bth. lapa. feaeed back yard, fully .Meat Price RadiictlontI $142500 nov/ $129,500 Spaoous horii! ideal for growir^ farrw.' large kX, must see to a(.i*9oate For Rant Qffict or shop $275 per momt. For Rant 3 beil'ooms, 2 ba(h must be ovt r 50. $450 per rrxxith Coronado Eatatiall Nee 60X100 lot. fencec r 9ar yard 12X70,3bedroor) 2 bath. 1971 Broadnrwre. iil yours for only $54,500 m Aoaa new Sea f :hlighL part of Jenny lino fining Oam $3,500 DOMEREALVr 1610 Nevada Hw).BC 293-1613 ad far gaiefc aale. to $ 87300. Ph. 5664815. Beaatifnl 24X48 dbl wide, 3 bdrm., 2 btk, all appliaasaa Ceatral air A heat. Now carpet. Water SorteMV.VillaHarmoaa famfly aeetloa. TakeSection M, short walk to pool and spa from this 2 bdrm 2 tXh townhouse in Hertage vaas pn vale peix) and rrxxB for only $72 000 H you're looking for a hM asm wh green lawns, mature trees, buiii-m healed spa. corner lot on paved street then this 3 txJrm. 2 bth home with all appkances ready kx you Large family room with air tignt Move heats 1.800 sq ft Also has solar water Can to NEED MONEY FArr ON YOUR REAL ESTATE? Call LiiiiU or PkylUa3824602 Neap froat coata. llaak ShaakMertgiy Property nunagemont ranMa wiala h ls Three b&drooir. IVj bath on Vi acre vacant S550 per month Four bedroom. 2 bath, vacant S550 per month Ofhce space on Water Street900 Sq ft. $500per month fH 160 E. Horixon Dr. Htfa. NV (702)564.6969 BLACK MTN AREA $8,000 down, aa gnaUfyiM.L420e4.ft..Sbdrai. 2btk, all appliaacea. cailiag faaa, eolar acreeaa. aaaoaie FHA at $700 mo. P.I.T.I. Owner will carry $6,000 Negotiable. 864-1496. SPECIAL OF THE WEEK MOBILE HOME witb property k>cated in Deaart Inn Mobile Home EaUtea. Very nice coach ia 20X52 with block wall Good loeatioa, cxcellent price of $45,080. Caah er new coaveationai toaa. Many other fine homes, property and commercial oppwtunities are offCTed in this edition. Our experienced staff of Itors also specialize ia all Governmental or Conventional ^Repossessed Homes. Office Hoars 8:30 to 5:30 Monday through Saturday PLEASE COME BY OR CALL (702)564-3333 J E R N E S A 219 g L Water St j^ fp Henderson, NV 'S Y ^* ^^ Jensen, Broker You'U be SOLD on us!! ;ALTOff DICK BL AIR R£ALT 833 NEVADA HWY.. BOULDER CITY SELLING YOUR MOBILE HOME? Call the profeasioc iib in the manufacttoed bousing reaell market 11 ntal parks our apedahy. Call Steve Couher HoiLta at 641-Home in Las Vegas or Lake Mountain i:states 293-2283 in Bodder City. Natxnal advai I ing, many quahAed buyen. Complete refinandti; available for new buyen. Call today. (7021 2 AFTER 293-2171 Bob Oliwn Realty & Insurance Inc. I tlAIIOl RmlUiT'-MLS 6 Water Si., Htodtrmm 6&,^ 1831 IMLS ONE OF THE PRirTTIEST 3 b*m. 2 bth. wen kept Black (loaataiaaraa. Large lot-Room for pool si RV. RANCH UVING-B I'AUTIFUL VIEW. 3 bdr., 2 batk, eaataiii koosa 2,234 aq. ft. 2 firepiacaa, faadiy raom. pool room. cuatom prafsaaJaaali y deearatad. Block WaU. GomI aaoampilm VALLEY VIEW 4 bdr. 2 btha. large feasily room, loU of aztnis. large lot, goad terma. Good priee. SWEAT EQUITY for A1 iaor Repairs. Out of aUte Owaer, miaor r B paira aa 4 bdrm.. 2 bth. oevered patio, ao.i M appllaaesa. A ataal at $6S.00a COOL POOL aad ONLY t7t509.8h*m. wet bar, formal diahig. lirge fans, raaa with firaplaee. Owasr wi I! carry. 8 bdrm, plaa2batka-wprkahap L\ raaraUphoabed. withia waBda to da atowa. Call far TRAILER ESTATES LOT WITH MOBILE HOME 2 bdrm, 2 btha, od^r $39,900 for package. A Rli'AL CREAM PUFF. DOLL H0U8B 3 btkrm. a btl, aaaporch, neat yard, akew taadar lavii^ { cara. Cleaa faL ENBROY EFFICIENT 3 btlrm. IV4 bth. aolar acreeaa, piggy bs ek coalerrefrigeratioa, comer, vary iiiee. Owasr tranafarrod. SasaU eaak oat ta aa aam s LOW LOW PRICE $44JMn. 8 l>iirai. 1 bth, Ahudaam akHag, vaeaat, ea II twiay. VIEW OF VALLEY 4 bdrm. 2 i ttha. patia, aprlakkrs. Goad oaah aoaamii^iaa. HOURS CALL •ok Blalr, Brekar SM-IMS lUee Calnrta Patiy CulSsy 2I^••7 • Wch Heyalh CrisUasAatoala___.2>9-lll rsal Rysa aB4y Bsady tM-MM BeU AldworU .JttS-714 FIVE BEDROOMS GREAT FAMILY HOME with room for everyoae, large kitchen, family room, sewing A laundry room, RV parking, pool A spa. Ideal kication. $207,500. H ACRE LOT SPACIOUS HOBIE, GAME RM, EXCEL VIEW. IDEAL FAM. HOME $249,000. FOUR BEDROOMS IMMACULATE HOME, Country Kitchen, GAME ROOM, POOL SPA. COV. PATIO, MAIN. FREE YARD, ON CUL DE SAC $i2aooo. BRICK HOME 4 A DEN COV. PATIO, FraakUn Stove, 1.960 aq. ft. EaUbliahad neighborhood $89,000. PRICE REDUCED HURRY A SAVE CUSTOM HOME POOL SPA., FP, 2 CAR GARAGE + MORE $139,700. LIVE A COUNTRY CLUB UFE ALL YEAB LONG Delue CUSTOM HOME on BC Golf Cooraa. Swm Pool & apa. 3,300 a. ft.. LGB LOT $285,000. 2 STWIY EXTRA LG. LOT. POOL. SPA, LUSH LANDSCAPING, ROOM FOR RVS SPECIAL THROUGHOUT $132,000 THREE BEDROOMS SUPER SHARP home in Cnl-de-Sac. Beaatifully laadacaped. Aaanmabla loaa. 884,000. LAKEVIEW HOME/VIEW Priced to aell, 84X24 Oar^ Boat port 12X32 $117,009. ON THE GOLF COURSE Jaat right for YOU. Pool, apa. azeeptioaal value $196,000. SPANISH HACIENDA aeatlad high in Mta. Overlooka LAKE MEAD. LGE. LOT. SECURITY GATE, POOL RV PARKING. EXTRA LGB GAR. MUCH MORE $396,000. ONE A TWO BEDROOMS NICE HOMEVTnl D DESERT LANDSCAPING, ex. 0yj|^5S aq. ft. 879,900. CONDOMINIUMS A DUPLEXES JUST REDUCED $118,000 for tkia axeeptkwal CONDO w/bot tub-2 Muter Bedrma. VIEW OP LAKE SUBMrr ALL OFFERS NOW. MOBILE HOMES A STEAL! For retired couple. 10X50 Mobile Home ia beautiful park aettiii. PRICED FOR QUICK SALE $10.5001 RENTALS CLOSE TO SAFEWAY 2 bedrooms. 2 batk, no children or peta. $450 TOWNHOUSE Avail May 1. Two bdrm. spa. etc. NO PETS. NO CHILDREN $860 ma Ex. ref. req. MOBILE HOME 2 Bedrm. 2 ba., partly furn.. ADULTS ONLY $800 mo. MOBILE HOME 2 bdrm. 2 ba., unobatmcted view Lake Mead 2 car gar., woriuhop A MORE ADULTS ONLY $860 mo. NO PETS. DELUXE TOWNHOUSE Overiooka Lake Mead, F/P,2b(km,dea. gar, patki, ALL APPL. $14)00 ADULTS ONLY, NO PETS. IMMACULATE LA DOLCE VITA 2 bedrm. IK batk, child ok. NO PETS $60a 2 BEDRM, 2 ba., fire place, chUd ok, NO PETS. $460. COMMERCIAL EXCELLENT OFFICE LOCATION 550 Sq. Ft.. UTILITIES INC. $360 mo. WELL ESTABLISHED BUSINESS FOR SALE BELOW MET. PRICE. CALL FOR DETAILS. MOVIE THEATER. SNACK BAB. SOUVENIR SHOP-PICK UP THE PHONE NOW FOR DETAILS. $400,800. 450 SQ. FT. OFFICE SPACE INCL UTIL VACANT 8369 me. LAND LAKE VIEW LOT 86X114. atlUtiea avaitable $48,099. .18 ACRE LOT w/view Lake Mead creative bolder $,690. 3 CHOICE LOTS "B" HILL 1.86 acrea to L49 PRICED FROM $9M80 to $125,000. • -.1 • 4 ^ 1 GREAT LOCATION-BOULDER SQUARE 2 Badrm., 1 ha„ LOWER UNIT Rodacod to $66,000. CALL NOW FOR DETAILS AND ANY RENTAL INFORMATIOWI MANY OTHER CHOICE lota ia gnat araaa. Soaw with EXCRLLCNT VIEWS, GREAT PRICES. Now ia the tisM U BUYII :^ I •1* IUIT0$ SOVMO IM I s^aamMMMaMflaaariMtaa TOLL FREE!! 1-800-625^910 Ext. E41 SINCERITY AND INTEGRITY IS OUR SPECIALTJC,

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r ?•§• I HBdrMB HMM NCWI, HendcrMii, Nevate TiM^dAy. Jly 8, \m WHITES GARDENING IQ% iff ti Sr. QtlMis ONi up and Yfld (on ROULDER CITY BUILDING .,„., and ROOFING THOMPSON'S HOME MAINTENAhCE and YARD SERVICE Free EstimatM S65-5542 293>2179 •PMlM 'f FREE ESTIMATES •Addlttent •PatlM •RtflwdcNng •QaragM SvWinQ HMChllM m Vaeuum CiMMr* SortnMii't SMHoMmua ^t3-3770BC IMMl AN 2M4110 HOWARD HBLDERLEIN CONSTBUCTION Coqiinrdal>RMidMit-Raio| COLDUfetL BANKieR • ANCHOR REALTY, INC. (702) 293.5757 CALL 24 HRS. itOMMaMOpva rOU NAME IT. WE'LL I m RESIDENTIAL )MMERCIAL.(HIIN)U8TRIAL. AddltioM. or repair. Lie. No 14492. ^ SUN REALTY %4 "THE REAL ESTATE PROF|:SSIONALS" ,si 1311 Novada Hwy., Bouidor City, Ntvada 89005 24 HOURS (702) 299-2181 HJk OFFER FULL SERVICE INCLUDING PROPERTY MANAGEMENT sow ABOUT TWO HOMBBT Side by aMe and on\l |M,75D e:k. TUa dupiax ia Jiamarulute and far Nll!l^ ONB BEDROOM LUXURY CONDO OM of kil. the Modd. all upgnidaa. Spygkna HiU'a laat one. S6S4M0 daaeoat prlea. EXAMPLE laxwyi UttTALB Sae aa flw njlaVMMfoLadalta,2l J^^ia^vritaUa today at 1750. OlfTHE OOLP COURSE. Uaobatraetad vWwa. mm be fr i—a, plaa gaaat kaoaa. All UM Mtraa ao | eo|yimSSi.OaBday far year appoiatawt EXCKLLENT VALUE h aaaUy aaea ia thia three badioai attankri koia, |654)00. Immaculate and hy a pp o to taw at eoly. BELOW APPRAISAL: Laiaa4 badrooa. 24 bath flwtaa oa rial caldaaa e Valaad laat fall at lUSjeO. Cal today for YOUR price. WHEELCHAIR BOMB: the oiOy oae available tod^ ia Boalder City. Thia eaataaiaod Uwia HoBM 4 haiioeait earaar lot, hrnb laadaraplag haa •vMytyiW for the dbcfiadaatiiW family with apestal MMtaaa. in^REDUCEDI aadprieadteaallll Ptofaat far AMarger famOy. Plva ha*ama. IVi I iy2£B00. Sea tUa today! ABUONA ESCAPE Two aaroa of reatrietMl m MBADVIEW. Call for anlaia^ I to aae pktaraa. mapa, at aL $MN total prioa. HENDERSON WnC LAND Five acrea. view. pataatlaL tavaa. pdea. CaO aaw. 11 ACRES OF B4 Laad ia Baaldir Oty. Choloa faal mm vitSttkk fcr aaak aaii atSMkt loa af tha laat R4 parealB left ia BC. LEWIS HOME BMaBaat laadly floar plaa, 4 ha*aaaM, laift • • ••. aaaoaMMa laaa. Aaklat 194.500. CaB today ttUlil. •TePfV OUR OPPiet AND LOOK OVER THI MANY OTHIR LWTINOt WB HAVB AVAILABLi' LARGE 3 BEDROOM in quiet matnr* area. Central loeatioa near atorea, Ubraiy, poat office. Needa TLCI 171.600 BC REDUCEDTO$199.500 which la the beet price arooad for 5 bedrma, pool, nicely landacapod and spectacular view! BC TOP OF THE UNE family home, located ia cn]-deac. Four bedrma, family room. w/wat bar. pod and apa, country Idtchen. For aale at qiimdaed value of $132,000. BC MOBILE HOME located on Potoai, reduced again to $63,500. Seller out of town and aeeda an offer. Features 3 bednna. 1 bath and lovely patioa and laadacaping. OUT OF TOWN PR0PERTY-2S milea from Pahraaqi. alee get-a-way for $00,000. Two badrm Mobile, 40X40 gane OB 2Vi acrea. Selkr will carry. Call Katie for more iafol HIGH ON A HILL Lovely 3 bedrm, 2^1 Iwtha, opn floor plan with 4 way flreplace. Owner realtor $156,000. BC GREAT THREE BEDRM with converted garage, large covered patio 16X17. A pleaaure to ahow tUa oaet $094100 Hda. CUSTOM HOME AREA 3 bedrm. w/walk ia ekwata. view of lake. Pool and tennia courto avaiiabla with thia home for $20 per month. $175,900. BC ADULT MOBILE HOME AREA this Super upgraded aMbile ia priced to aeil qukkly at $79,900. Call to aac todayll BC SEE THIS FOUR BEDRM. high on a hill looking out on the lake. Huge garage w/room to make iato large family room. Complete witk alarm ayatam $161,500. FAMILY SIZED 2.360 aqft., 5 badma, 1 ear garage w/atarago, extra iaaniatioo, 3 attic faaa, 2 airAitg, uaita aad krta more $100,509. BC LOCATED IN CUL-DE-SAC, Lovely mobile home with fantaatic view of Lake EZ laadacape, lota of paridag and eovered patlaa. Partially fandahad $107,600. BC STARTER HOME-Pricad to aaO $68,900 far tUa two ba*m, 1 bth boaM, faaead yard, atorea abed, aaa thia aaal BC LOVELY THREE BEDROOM NESTLED AGAINST THE MOUNTAINS with view of Lake. Lota of tile thru-out. Utility room off back of garage for workabop. $139,500. BC CUSTOM HOME AREA off Hwy 93 overkwUng the lake. Beautiful 3 bdrm, 3 bth home, F/P in mat. bedrm, and morel $168,900. BC 12X64 SANDPOINTE with 12X24 expando living rm, located ia Sunriae Trl. EaUtea. Check the price $37,750. Hdn. DOUBLE FIREPLACE. Cathedral'ceUinga in L/R, country kitchen, large lot $96,000 BC ••LOTS*' REDUCED TO $66,9001 One acre lot w/view of Lake. DESPERATE SELLER Lake Terrace Lot w/view $55,000. Bring an Offerl 1416 SAN FELIPE Vx acre $37,900. THREE ADJOINING LOTS near Naplea A Orleans, good view of Valley. Owner will carry. $20,000 ea. Hdn. GOOD LEVEL lot fadag Raoetrack. Owner pref era oaali, mi^t carry with good down paymaat. $M,000. Hda. ••CONDOS•• LAKE TERRACE 3 bedroom. 2 bath, view of Lake, uae of teania courta. Pool aad apa. $128,900. SALE FELL THROUGH! SeUer aays aelll FVsahly painted, carpeta ciaaaad and ready for oeeapaat. $481900. BC VIEW OF LAKE. Cemmaaity pool ia backyard, thia two baikm, 1 bath Uketrea ia the one to aael $79,600. BC TWO BDRM, IVi bath with all applianceal $60,000 Hda. TWO BDRM, 1 Vi batha. aieaiy deearatad prioad at $56,600. BC PEPPERTREE 2 b*at, aevar Uvad ia! Great view $68,900. Hda. \ CUT YOUB SELLING COSTS-Aak about the Boat Solkr Plaa SA VB UP TO 10% aa 1001 tsM at Saara whaa CoUwoH Baakar AadMT Baalty Flada Year Now HoBM. te anid ^t. $96,000 2934022 2 half acre loU. Sub diviaioB 11 $25,000 jpsr tot by owaar 2936022. • uyara ba Awara o( the loDovmng Buy by July s end Owner MoUvaled Custom tiome on one acre $122 000 Atsasstrientt paiO Near park 3 bedrooms 2 car garage $59 aoo Owner's Aniloua rrvDve m on aedit approval 8ry 398-1618 BC Joan Keaterson CENTURY 21 A 4 A Realty 565 1166 Of 565 7859 2'/^ ba.. fam. rm., game rak. formal riaing rm., A more. $189,000! 2934630. BC Super aharp cuatom home on W acre lot. Tile Custom cabir^sis and fireplace are so nice in ttiis large family home Prced at $130 000 and flexible 2 One ecre level p a rcal a with view. Avaiable n(ed has 3 bedroomt, 2 full baths on largecormii lot Pnced|ust for YOU a $56 000 In a neigMorfxxxJ $1,500 dowa, Palo Varde/Major 3 bdrm, 2 bth. MaomaUe $660 mo. Joe. 871-6314 er 7334882. GOVERNMENT HOMES VA Md HUD Aagahsd PlipaHlaafVaaUatAIafanaatlaa far aO Araaa. VaaMt I kaya-CaO 1$12 North Boulder MgfRsay IS great commer cial property 50X135 kX IS kxsaled on very heavy traffic area Owner wit conader ALL offers!! Three 1 acra lots sKle by SKte on Emden St Sold separately for $ 16 000 and under or offer a package deal Owner m flexible on price and terms Istfierea t)ener time than now to C^ntuiK AAA REALTY Low dowa, aooi $17,000 ea. .Call Roberta Realty, Realtor 3849111 or evea 5664463. MOBILE HOME FOR SALE IN BOULDER CITY TRAILER PARK 10X50, new carpet, very nice, $14,500. Call 2934006. BC SANDY VAUEY 2V2 Acres Zoned mobiles Power, phone & roads. 42 miles from Troptcana As low as $200 down. $100 per mo. 736-0661. BANK OWNED LAKE MEAD VIEW CUSTOI^ HOIWiE LOTS FOR SALE Low money down. Owner will finance or build to suit Preferred rate financing arid terms availatde Call Cathy Kammeyer or Laura Srriith 877 1881 Monday through Fnday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m MSllM (792) 468-1880. Ext 664 Honae far aale by owasr, 2 ataty Chkm home, 1360 a^. fL 4 btkm. tV, bth. lapa. feaeed back yard, fully .Meat Price RadiictlontI $142500 nov/ $129,500 Spaoous horii! ideal for growir^ farrw.' large kX, must see to a(.i*9oate For Rant Qffict or shop $275 per momt. For Rant 3 beil'ooms, 2 ba(h must be ovt r 50. $450 per rrxxith Coronado Eatatiall Nee 60X100 lot. fencec r 9ar yard 12X70,3bedroor) 2 bath. 1971 Broadnrwre. iil yours for only $54,500 m Aoaa new Sea f :hlighL part of Jenny lino fining Oam $3,500 DOMEREALVr 1610 Nevada Hw).BC 293-1613 ad far gaiefc aale. to $ 87300. Ph. 5664815. Beaatifnl 24X48 dbl wide, 3 bdrm., 2 btk, all appliaasaa Ceatral air A heat. Now carpet. Water SorteMV.VillaHarmoaa famfly aeetloa. TakeSection M, short walk to pool and spa from this 2 bdrm 2 tXh townhouse in Hertage vaas pn vale peix) and rrxxB for only $72 000 H you're looking for a hM asm wh green lawns, mature trees, buiii-m healed spa. corner lot on paved street then this 3 txJrm. 2 bth home with all appkances ready kx you Large family room with air tignt Move heats 1.800 sq ft Also has solar water Can to NEED MONEY FArr ON YOUR REAL ESTATE? Call LiiiiU or PkylUa3824602 Neap froat coata. llaak ShaakMertgiy Property nunagemont ranMa wiala h ls Three b&drooir. IVj bath on Vi acre vacant S550 per month Four bedroom. 2 bath, vacant S550 per month Ofhce space on Water Street900 Sq ft. $500per month fH 160 E. Horixon Dr. Htfa. NV (702)564.6969 BLACK MTN AREA $8,000 down, aa gnaUfyiM.L420e4.ft..Sbdrai. 2btk, all appliaacea. cailiag faaa, eolar acreeaa. aaaoaie FHA at $700 mo. P.I.T.I. Owner will carry $6,000 Negotiable. 864-1496. SPECIAL OF THE WEEK MOBILE HOME witb property k>cated in Deaart Inn Mobile Home EaUtea. Very nice coach ia 20X52 with block wall Good loeatioa, cxcellent price of $45,080. Caah er new coaveationai toaa. Many other fine homes, property and commercial oppwtunities are offCTed in this edition. Our experienced staff of Itors also specialize ia all Governmental or Conventional ^Repossessed Homes. Office Hoars 8:30 to 5:30 Monday through Saturday PLEASE COME BY OR CALL (702)564-3333 J E R N E S A 219 g L Water St j^ fp Henderson, NV 'S Y ^* ^^ Jensen, Broker You'U be SOLD on us!! ;ALTOff DICK BL AIR R£ALT 833 NEVADA HWY.. BOULDER CITY SELLING YOUR MOBILE HOME? Call the profeasioc iib in the manufacttoed bousing reaell market 11 ntal parks our apedahy. Call Steve Couher HoiLta at 641-Home in Las Vegas or Lake Mountain i:states 293-2283 in Bodder City. Natxnal advai I ing, many quahAed buyen. Complete refinandti; available for new buyen. Call today. (7021 2 AFTER 293-2171 Bob Oliwn Realty & Insurance Inc. I tlAIIOl RmlUiT'-MLS 6 Water Si., Htodtrmm 6&,^ 1831 IMLS ONE OF THE PRirTTIEST 3 b*m. 2 bth. wen kept Black (loaataiaaraa. Large lot-Room for pool si RV. RANCH UVING-B I'AUTIFUL VIEW. 3 bdr., 2 batk, eaataiii koosa 2,234 aq. ft. 2 firepiacaa, faadiy raom. pool room. cuatom prafsaaJaaali y deearatad. Block WaU. GomI aaoampilm VALLEY VIEW 4 bdr. 2 btha. large feasily room, loU of aztnis. large lot, goad terma. Good priee. SWEAT EQUITY for A1 iaor Repairs. Out of aUte Owaer, miaor r B paira aa 4 bdrm.. 2 bth. oevered patio, ao.i M appllaaesa. A ataal at $6S.00a COOL POOL aad ONLY t7t509.8h*m. wet bar, formal diahig. lirge fans, raaa with firaplaee. Owasr wi I! carry. 8 bdrm, plaa2batka-wprkahap L\ raaraUphoabed. withia waBda to da atowa. Call far TRAILER ESTATES LOT WITH MOBILE HOME 2 bdrm, 2 btha, od^r $39,900 for package. A Rli'AL CREAM PUFF. DOLL H0U8B 3 btkrm. a btl, aaaporch, neat yard, akew taadar lavii^ { cara. Cleaa faL ENBROY EFFICIENT 3 btlrm. IV4 bth. aolar acreeaa, piggy bs ek coalerrefrigeratioa, comer, vary iiiee. Owasr tranafarrod. SasaU eaak oat ta aa aam s LOW LOW PRICE $44JMn. 8 l>iirai. 1 bth, Ahudaam akHag, vaeaat, ea II twiay. VIEW OF VALLEY 4 bdrm. 2 i ttha. patia, aprlakkrs. Goad oaah aoaamii^iaa. HOURS CALL •ok Blalr, Brekar SM-IMS lUee Calnrta Patiy CulSsy 2I^••7 • Wch Heyalh CrisUasAatoala___.2>9-lll rsal Rysa aB4y Bsady tM-MM BeU AldworU .JttS-714 FIVE BEDROOMS GREAT FAMILY HOME with room for everyoae, large kitchen, family room, sewing A laundry room, RV parking, pool A spa. Ideal kication. $207,500. H ACRE LOT SPACIOUS HOBIE, GAME RM, EXCEL VIEW. IDEAL FAM. HOME $249,000. FOUR BEDROOMS IMMACULATE HOME, Country Kitchen, GAME ROOM, POOL SPA. COV. PATIO, MAIN. FREE YARD, ON CUL DE SAC $i2aooo. BRICK HOME 4 A DEN COV. PATIO, FraakUn Stove, 1.960 aq. ft. EaUbliahad neighborhood $89,000. PRICE REDUCED HURRY A SAVE CUSTOM HOME POOL SPA., FP, 2 CAR GARAGE + MORE $139,700. LIVE A COUNTRY CLUB UFE ALL YEAB LONG Delue CUSTOM HOME on BC Golf Cooraa. Swm Pool & apa. 3,300 a. ft.. LGB LOT $285,000. 2 STWIY EXTRA LG. LOT. POOL. SPA, LUSH LANDSCAPING, ROOM FOR RVS SPECIAL THROUGHOUT $132,000 THREE BEDROOMS SUPER SHARP home in Cnl-de-Sac. Beaatifully laadacaped. Aaanmabla loaa. 884,000. LAKEVIEW HOME/VIEW Priced to aell, 84X24 Oar^ Boat port 12X32 $117,009. ON THE GOLF COURSE Jaat right for YOU. Pool, apa. azeeptioaal value $196,000. SPANISH HACIENDA aeatlad high in Mta. Overlooka LAKE MEAD. LGE. LOT. SECURITY GATE, POOL RV PARKING. EXTRA LGB GAR. MUCH MORE $396,000. ONE A TWO BEDROOMS NICE HOMEVTnl D DESERT LANDSCAPING, ex. 0yj|^5S aq. ft. 879,900. CONDOMINIUMS A DUPLEXES JUST REDUCED $118,000 for tkia axeeptkwal CONDO w/bot tub-2 Muter Bedrma. VIEW OP LAKE SUBMrr ALL OFFERS NOW. MOBILE HOMES A STEAL! For retired couple. 10X50 Mobile Home ia beautiful park aettiii. PRICED FOR QUICK SALE $10.5001 RENTALS CLOSE TO SAFEWAY 2 bedrooms. 2 batk, no children or peta. $450 TOWNHOUSE Avail May 1. Two bdrm. spa. etc. NO PETS. NO CHILDREN $860 ma Ex. ref. req. MOBILE HOME 2 Bedrm. 2 ba., partly furn.. ADULTS ONLY $800 mo. MOBILE HOME 2 bdrm. 2 ba., unobatmcted view Lake Mead 2 car gar., woriuhop A MORE ADULTS ONLY $860 mo. NO PETS. DELUXE TOWNHOUSE Overiooka Lake Mead, F/P,2b(km,dea. gar, patki, ALL APPL. $14)00 ADULTS ONLY, NO PETS. IMMACULATE LA DOLCE VITA 2 bedrm. IK batk, child ok. NO PETS $60a 2 BEDRM, 2 ba., fire place, chUd ok, NO PETS. $460. COMMERCIAL EXCELLENT OFFICE LOCATION 550 Sq. Ft.. UTILITIES INC. $360 mo. WELL ESTABLISHED BUSINESS FOR SALE BELOW MET. PRICE. CALL FOR DETAILS. MOVIE THEATER. SNACK BAB. SOUVENIR SHOP-PICK UP THE PHONE NOW FOR DETAILS. $400,800. 450 SQ. FT. OFFICE SPACE INCL UTIL VACANT 8369 me. LAND LAKE VIEW LOT 86X114. atlUtiea avaitable $48,099. .18 ACRE LOT w/view Lake Mead creative bolder $,690. 3 CHOICE LOTS "B" HILL 1.86 acrea to L49 PRICED FROM $9M80 to $125,000. • -.1 • 4 ^ 1 GREAT LOCATION-BOULDER SQUARE 2 Badrm., 1 ha„ LOWER UNIT Rodacod to $66,000. CALL NOW FOR DETAILS AND ANY RENTAL INFORMATIOWI MANY OTHER CHOICE lota ia gnat araaa. Soaw with EXCRLLCNT VIEWS, GREAT PRICES. Now ia the tisM U BUYII :^ I •1* IUIT0$ SOVMO IM I s^aamMMMaMflaaariMtaa TOLL FREE!! 1-800-625^910 Ext. E41 SINCERITY AND INTEGRITY IS OUR SPECIALTJC,

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Pit If Haatev • T OWMnOMlM t ^• • V MnHBNnii WHS —< ltt>f Ini^innii •M^^lM>.liC MobOt HMM 12XII 2 bdb^ m bth, hi • • HanMM. A4idt MCtlM. No pvto. N iratar kMtw, M AI • • lATHTAKING VIIW OP MOUNTAIWA NDV ALLinr tl|7Afp Mh i < at tUUII Mi IllMN. Ijtl 'WB. XOTIIIC • rbalklitotelUMOaL Cd 0riB aiid HyN MM tiaw.BmddarCitylOM Qatar. tak lat^tliat far SalM in ~ 8644HB8. tr^ nMraoB 4 -waoaniRBi for < (BC <0n MMBU-BC WIWaOLVB KOZAL's 7afr70Qft7HMW LAKE AREA TOWNHOUSE. 2 BE.. 2 BA.. 2-oar garaga., paal RV Mrk.tt2i000.M141. Up fradn A aslna Four bedroom Lews home with rrature landscapng, ^yinklars, aecunty bars, solar screened wirxtows. kghted oatng fans. VCR hook-up from HviriQ room to Wchen and master badroom Home decorMd In earth tones and only. Dr. 1299 LYNNWOOD Mika a r eaea B ab l a Mm oa a 1977 Flaatvood 24X40. 2bdrai. 2 btk. BMhilc hoBM ia Oiagtrwood Adolt Park. aS-2462. BC Ow mt deipwata —at aM 3 bovBi aaaM in Hdn. w/fliaplaea. Mariaiaai iaaalatiaa.apgradad carpat, aiial oliada, tbraMffcoat. 9736 aw. PIM 245 orgradaatad pyart kwa. fZ^MO dowa It'a yoora. SarioM iaMiy. 7964007 or 160 E. Hdb.NV (70a)S644>969 Coanaeadal qiace for leaee M Water St Appeox 9OOa4.ft.l6aea10.WiU boavaUabkJaMl.CaO DM Kraaer. 566^42. CU8TOM2atory,4bdrBC Sba..2.500M|.ft.Via(re bit. Priced baknr appraiaaL 298-3682. B C Green Valk^. EaeeUMt care for iafaart or yonag' child. Graaa Vailay area. 24 Hra. -7 daya. drop IM weleoMe. 45W000. Woald yon love to leave yonr baby with yanr Motkor, bat OM'tr Call aao A let'ataHLra felly azpariaaaad aad MpoMid.aadaifarplMty af TLC is a CkriatlM kaaa aavitaaaaat. Dava l ap — a ta l play, faaeadyd.) patfa>.etc. STATE fJOBN^DDKi CARE, aafa. lavHr o la a faa filled ataiaapkare. ChriatiMCetarMtaaiO. BC. MAID ESPECIALLY FOR YOU. I =; NEW QUALITY BUILT HOMES for aala ia Headaraoa. OwaarBalldar FHA approved. SdUag balow apptnlaal ofteCbOO. State Beaoy aTaiWda.3bikai.2btfc. garage, A covered patia. Raage. diekwaabar A diapoaal alaa ladadad. Ga Mt BIdr Hwy ta Major. Tani Left M Malar to FafwC tare rigkt M FonattaBalLCaUKA M CMtractiag lac. at 8n<4888 aatilS pm Lie. Na. 0016298. Caataai koaie for eale: Good aaighborhood, 4 bdnn. 2 btfe, faaiily nn.. w/fircf>lacc. Saakm Uvrai., din. nn., Call M96 after 4 pjn. MOBILE HOME-1979 BakAfidga 14X70, 2 badrooai, 2 batk Bpgraded faataraaexcelleat coaditioa. 564A307 after 6 p J. NEED TO SELL YOUR HOUSE? WE WILL BUY ITNOWI QJi. m-uu 'Cary ftaith. lae. Sia. CaH TJSSY 298-1917. BC 111 be glad to take goad caia of year ckBd. I bava 2 rkilfcaa. Wg fenced yd., anfaga, hita of toya. Cleaa ataaoaphara A Ma af tave tognreta j ia aia Plaaae callT oddhta. 6064848. WiU da Alaa do wfflt ble. Refereacee. Ph. 603687. Liceaaad cbildoarc JIB eawen raqniriag diapaiiBC A patty tmiaiag. tfaM A faU tinw oaie provided O'JO ajB.4 pja., Baaldir Cityl>ay Care Caatar, 666 Califatafa 2984010. BC llaaae4ir Uagrd now hiriiw 'daoMiMtratorB to work theMtaaMon. NoealIrnfhnreidiiiwaii Tim SaWldt A toantioR. ^Ovar 21. Plaaae oUl OanI, 8854770 or Jarikic tBimW?. Mt aiiw ^at 2000 ort^ aaMt A WeVc Bal VtOp' own Mole dti belBariridarandwUingftbejdiletowarfc. AjMlv atOaeta foMna, 432 S. aoakkr Mwy., Hdn. Aak for BeM or geain. MODEL^'CiUUMODN9aM yoar dlrild Oanc laleHtT TaleUt Maaowemeat 'Co. exolonvaly fur diitdren, eeOiu youagateia for TV conraierciala. oatdlog .print woak. Me. Ages 3yra. £ up. For i • aa^ view epp't call 736-7821. MA^ H AmTO NPBBBia^ peadiac to Makeana -COBW MB-< ae^frear '78IN. BC wiA oa. GoviaimgENT jcns ia6.0lfOS9J80/yr.Now iUring. Call 106^7.00 CM. MOBILC HOME LOT FOR SALE BY OWNER 1606 Cedar Drive. Vailay ^ow latatas, BouUer City Nevada MoUs hone, doable wide 24x60. 1,300 a Bare foot. Lorn lot xlOOftBif beekjwd, 2 be^eeai, 2 hatk, larfs liviagiosa^ ninina room, kitck aith walk-ki pantqr atovo, rafriferator aad diakvaaker iacladod. Waakar aad drjar hookn iaada. CsBtnJ pM forosd aar fas itot water 2Htdaairoaaditioeira. 29^ oarport awalag evir cwicrsto diivo. withdaniw, ra^iii kwa. itiag, fa tir.TwoJ I aMRccnoRS f awaasMaM w n i %m^ • MUMTMM t FHtrtuWiKwrt 1 adalte. 79M810. MJk. LWiHH Vaiea agea,aaMMmpBMp avaH Fie Haae Stadie. We honor eM advertised specM air, cnrae and package fares. For information. Phone MMW WKMiflMlk. MaiaiMMaaM *••••••••••••#•# f^mi teatiWkaMMWU. 1^2 CoMky OMfa^aay i4aw Thia I1MM haa been tottfy fedaoaraed and haa a gratf loor plani ijocaM in fWarMrt. EMIaaonaVk aoa, pUMe, alh block wal y supported. BC. M a*. .etegore, beokakelf. dock, trundle bed, outdoor fara., A griU. 5044664. Want to raat garage er atetage apace, Hda area. 5O4-7S4O after 2 THANE YOU, THANK YO U FOR PRAYERS ANSWERED HC FOR SALE: Yaaktka 36BUB camera 1.1.7 leaa with electroaic flaah andeaaeS160.29M401 after 6 pjB. BC DON'T GIVE Hwi AWAY Caah for OM workiag waahera A dryera. Lav 462-7488. riatkaabYMlw llacMh • UMII Mver wul ta ba • HWilii flaa Ye IvM fei aiHa af aU taktahaa4lk9Mhi o4Ml ahiy. haah YM foi far thra daya, alter JMIiiyi tUa fnfaa ^^ • t te aaU^Md^B* aMdialaly alUr tbe prayer la graated 1 •fthe awn BMwero ratkabal> FS Ontui oa. Boulder Realty MS. 4V0 NEVADA HIGHWAY, •OULDER CITY, NEVADA |702) 293-3232 3M6 Cetturjr 21 Real Kstate Coporation aa truatM for tiie NAF. • and'*tradanariuof Century 21 Rai Estate Corporation. Equal Housiii( Opportunity, lit IIMOB OmCE 18 INDEPENDCNTLY OWNED AND OPERATED Afoving out of town < demands good connections at both ends. With mre than 6,000 Itiardwork^g offices all lacroBsthecountry, the [CENTUIY 21* system works I hard to take good care of lyou. White our office in your I'Old'hometown is bringing in libuyBrB, another office in your Inew'hometown is helping you I locate tkat perfect home. Call today We'll put our good connections to work for you. Put Number I to work for you." REQUEST YOUR HOME MARKET ANALYSIS FROM YOUR CEMURY 2l| PROFESSIONAL BY CALLING 293-3232 FOR AN APPOINTMENT -BOULDER CITY PROPERTIESfM340 2 BEDROOM, VA BATH, FORMAL DINING ROOM. FAMILY ROOM W/WET BAR. COVERED PARKING AND "SEPE RATE WORKROOM. OLDER HOME WHICH HAS • OEN COMPLETELY UPGRADED. CUSTOM KITCHEN. CABINETS, DRAPES, VERTICAL BUNDS. EXCELLENT MOVE-IN CONDITION. 892.S00 FAMaV HOME WITH GOOD FLOOR PLAN, 4 KDROOMa 1V4 BATH. 2 CAR GARAGE ENCLOSED BACK YARD, CORNER LOT. ASSUMABLE VA LOAN. fiHSOO THREE BEDROOM, I'/i BATH. FAMILY ROOM, LARGE BACKYARD W/ALLEY ENTRANCE AND PLENTY OF RV PARKING. GOOD FAMILY HOME. I'ANTASnC VIEW OF LAKE MEAD-UNIQUE HISTORIC PERIODHOBIE.OVER5;Z008QUAREFEETOFEXTREMELY WELL MAINTAINED AND PRESERVED LIVING AREA. FOR THE DISCRIMINATING BUYER WHO APVRBCIATE8 QUALITY. THIS LOVELY OLDERHOMEHAS IT ALL-FORMAL DINING, SEVERAL BEDROOMS, BATHROOMS, VIEWING ROOM. LARGE UVING ROOM WITH FIREPLACE,BASEMENT.SEPARATEENTRANCE FOR MAID'S QUARTERS, UNOBSTRUCTED VIEW OF LAKEMEADFROM MANY ROOMS. SHOWNBY APPOINTMENT ONLY $496,000. $176,000 EXECUTIVE HOME IN BOULDER GREEN. 4 BEDROOM. 2*A BATHS, 2 FIREPLACES, 4 CAR GARAGE PLUS LOTS OF RV PARKING. POOL AND SPA WITH BEAUTIFUL BACK PATIO IN VERY PRIVATE BACK YARD. EXCELLENT CARE GIVEN THIS HOME AND YARD. CALL TODAY FOR AN APPOINTMENT TO SEE. |86,M0 THREE BEDROOM, ONE AND THREE QUARTER BATHS, DEN, RV PARKING, MAINTENANCE FREE FRONT YARD, PRIVATE BACK YARD. EXCELLENT NEIGHBORHOOD. 988,000 THERE'S MORE HERE THAN MEETS THE EYE. OVER 1,900 SO. FT. INCLUDES 9 BEDROOMS. 2H BATHS, INDOOR UliUTY ROOM, PANTRY STORAGE ROOM, LARGE FAMILY ROOM W/WET BAR AND BEN FRANKLIN STOVE, EXCELLENT AREA, CLOSE TO EVERYTHING. PRICE HA8BEEN REDUCED TOf86,000.OLDER MOBILE HOME WITH SUPERIOR LOT. 3BEDR00MS, 1 BATH, EXTRA STORAGE, CARPORT, NEW WINDOW AWNINGS, LOVELYFENCEDYARD WITH TREES AND VIEWOFTlffl VALLEY. -BOULDER CITY BUILDING LOTSOWNER IS WILLING TO CARRY PAPER ON 2.19 ACRE BUILOING LOT IN SUBDIVISION 11. SPECTACULAR VIEW0FELD0RAD0VALLEYANDNEWG0LFC0UR8E. PRICED AT ONLY 184,900. TWO SEPARATE BUILDING LOTS OVERLOOKING THE LAKE. ALL 0FF8ITES ARE IN, AND READY FOR A CUSTOM HOME. OUTSTANDING AREA, TAKE A LOOK TODAY. MOBUJCHOMELOT AVAU ATV GOOOSTABLEAREA, BLOCKWAUUB,14X72CO\>l<^''20XaOOARAOEPLU8 2 PATIO SLABS.-ALL PAUTIIS ON PROPERTY. WE <1^ET RESULTS! PtIT NO. 1 TO WOIM POM VOUt JANICE CIAWFOIO, OWMT MKLDUNAWAY.Bnkv LINEITB DAVIS DIANNB VANASSE niLOWKELLBY 2S9-2275 293-2438 283-1007 29M284 2940081 iBC I Ti**V.Jjr,ll8e Hca4rsMi BM NWS, Bewtenem, Nmda Pafo 11 SM£!!A**lj[t ^^•a^lTM A^lWVjrifcjV.prfaj. cBilWRlTifSati ^3l!n^r^ • :ll '^^1:^^^ aaJS?""*'' ^smmm mAm A • eiiii ef de^fiDf. 46A6900. '•W|2ta ftinrlii Mercy EMI Weifkt MB MA Q MI M j ee 80 aiachlaa 1490. Car 6060888 after 4 p.. Wetar.Welarl 27 Araur Bt, Hiaiariia, NV804-7— 1-7197, F^ aalei CMIII 4 ekiaf laveeeat, deed earfar eeaMM er DrlakiM. NaClaril9889iriSe fTORAOl FOR RENT AB M< Vlata ef Lal w. Lay JaXaQi p riaie eBtry, t17irBC F0*ktNf4hta,iba., doM ta eAaalii aManr eatraa. 8978 lat. iae(4 aee. avail Aag. let. M>1984.K CTV—I fw5 PAWN SHOP 293-7296 wStnL66u AFARTMBirr IN BOULDER CITY RkahMHtaeAdaltaa^y. No pela. Waatera laa. FORREffrBCMMiFk.. ,Ji, all BC tiea. 8100 Can 8040409. water teak, taidi A lead Fk.8071A —BOULOm CtTV^ PAWN SHOP FtaMeyttkataete H tM O, MMetfcOyap tmmtemntcne 293-7296 ^^^^^ ^^^^t ^n8V< Ceet akMt lOe per faOia rt niviMi apaat aaiMoaaiMM (Bee tke aMvIe Vmm BbaOia ear tap water J CaU far app't. be aaffc have rear water tealed aew.M4-1040,OOMB72, 0OA7898. Fhre yr. war raaty. Free, Ne O MI g e tl e a Capper, BatlariM, Maiara ale. %t Me. lafe 8812484. ALOE VCRANBCTAE BY FOREVER UVING. 189% I latlM UArSEllaANe water i04'104A AUCTION Saturday, July 12. 7p.m. H9rulr9on Convention Csnter General merchandise and household sale. Listed Ijelow are some Items to be sold. Antique sewing machine, televisions, vacuum cleaner, refrigerators, freezers, mirrors, pictures, sofas, lamps, western and Indian art. —Much Much Mort— ***Ws will auction J9W9lry*** ***Qold and Old Coins*** THIS AUCTION IS A MUST Far RMt: 2 fcajraaai faraiaked 4aplai, ao cklMrea, aa peta, aMrtare edahe eahr. For lafe. eall 291-im. BC TWO BDRM 2 batk apt. AMta.MMla8416Be. ptaS W99. 8f. QlSCOOBt. TWO BDEM 1 btk. apt. pete. 2944H04. BC T0UEIBT8 A LOCALft 8taa reoM ia lavaly private laa. WaOdM dbtaMetoaB.NeeMt iMLDaBy 826. Weekly. inO MMtbly retee avanakh. Dopaait re• *MA aa* ^waa. tw^aeae. left apt. for raat. 8plfalataireaea,doeato 4ewatewa Hda. 8280 aw. 4611294. Forreat:4b4ha.2btb.iriee A doM. 8486 BM. ploa dapoalt. Ia Headerooa. Call 436-7500. or 46A8008, aek for Jo. MIO iff ht MaMlK IMN Henderson aparlmem for rent 2 l)ecJfoom. 1 bath. security entry system 804-0028 or 0^ n* CSa ^fM WSMMVI me. Call 208-a807. ADULT APAirrMENTt AsUwAafaiiMO. Family Apto. Aloo Availablo 664-6992 Fiimtoh^d Uiiftinillid ApartflMiiU I1M Off lal MoMfw real Hodraon ipartnient for rant 2 bedroom, 1 bath. waahar and dryer, laeurity qratem. fenoad yard w/piayground. Naar ichoaia and ftorw. ErrCHENETTEB Weakly ratM It art lag fraa HO, • Mewviae weakly, ata.paM,lMalnBC Ckevraa. Ml Nov. Hwy.. 2n-iai. BC 2 Bdroom 2 Poois-Washtng Machine Hookup NO PITS CaMt AviHabio CNkJran Waicorne WWAlcome Section Eight SSS-S0S1 aoORan^Way COMMERCIAL RENTAL 88014. ft awve ia BMOHIM. New bUg. •eat to Terrible Harfcet 2BORM..1BATHAFT8. Oaly 8206 aie. w/law iapealta 9aat B aalwi CaB 6044477 er 0486000. F OE BE NT 2 bira. Maid Hawaii Vaeatioa. 1 bdra apt., qaality far aiaWaga, eoraar aait. OcoM Mta viawe. WalkM6ad.afaeady beack. 846. daily I-80Mr-807. CONDO FOR IIKNT *AII SppllMIO#S fUFfllSlMfl 293-7778 NC • F*Ne pete. Cleeak^ A Secarlty dapoalt. Water, traahpklnppd. 604-1887. TraOar FOR RENT. 144 traflva. 888 ta 8108 wfc 6064794 er 888-7141. aeNTAU •eaidir C% far raat. 8 k8100 604-U8A 888-7141. ^"J: For aale: MaaM Jara. large moath qaarta. Some amall aioatb qta. k piata. 82.80 dot. (raciar coataiaara, all aitaa awke offer. 6664206. EZBaMfeGeVC.Ca pleUwha*tarieeA88 Voh bi 8780. i'olt bettery 804-nM. NUTRITIONAL NUTRITION ead LOBE WEIGHT PROGRAM Eat anything you want and still lose pounds Allow 4 weeKs to worfc We have two plans Both are money t^acK plans Can 564-5549 FOR SALE rlM, blaeberriee, eafarkfadpie MiaMetikar paaad backeU. Ordar before Jaly let 2984308. BC if.apta. tnl ba 8280 aa.! aio. Ne peta 8044301 S260 eve. SlOO off lat M. rMt 2 b^ai. 1 batk MarfMt, aow reata. Stadka availakle. Apta.'ni. 604-2361 or 3IM011. WakMt Hatck. 4 na eld. iPic caaditloa nnagfct et 8800 win aeUferiSo. New atcredaal eaeeette, AM/FM A ta taUa. Nice-apeekera 8175. 8064474 JACUZZI WHIRLPOOL SPAS aatkariaed dealar.SBw State Fbal A Spa. 1321 Nevada Hhr^. 29M06A B.C. 14 xH 2 2 btk A.C, RV Pary^. 1378 aa. 8280 aacartty. Na pete 8868471 FMBENT:] 848 wk. UtlBtfae pd. Skedy Root Motel 506-70Hda. CASTIUAN Arrs. Very Nice 2 Bedrooms $400 Monthly 204-1220 831 Ava A Bouktor CHy 293-6014 A A iIMESr< 1325 AriaMM Streei eBaaldar Chy, 09005 HOMES-LAND-BUSINESS INVESTMENT CONSULTANTS Far raat. 3 bAai kaiM. AC Miwed petto, Ne peta. 8460aM.t280aaMrity. 6064474 Uaf.apt.yaa3Mn^2fril batba. 1 bdra. w/eeparata eatraace. O^teide a farraM.3 506-7302. 2 btk. WEEKLY RITCHENETTB8; 606-7929. FOB RENT: Offlea apaea ia MmkaiPtaa. ApBrooL 100 ee. ft, arlvate aBBw. Nttaw OtOea Sarvleaa. 288 -12881 BC i4 f t i p w Lf g 3 id i ill Apftin8it IN HENDERSON 1,200 M. ft. 2 yro oM Yard-$400 per tnenth 451-7678 ciuniuTi wrm M 9IUAV0N 100 Years 100 Yearo 100 Yi •Earn Good 999 IfMurafica Available • SeN At Your Work Sharon Avecy, DMftet Manaoaf 664-1611 Lewie 3b*BCIbtk.2 eer nraga. 1388 e*. ft aff Taaaetrlaa, Jaly li BaM: 8028. • • • HENOenSON PLAZA APT8. 730 Center St. • • kj^--M^A sAcvaao nefioareiiii, HWBBB, avwrvia 2 Mna., utifumWied, pool A ploy yafd. New aBlHMie A gtinnolno. Fraa CaMa TV. n 9MS UN BOULDER CITY 729 7TH STREET tree Maed arkiah,3b*B^iy 04 879989. 1313 BIONTBREY Cata 2 bd^ 2 btfc baae M Ite era iMdarapid let wA BY parUag. Sapar bay at 862.000. 1328 PINTO RD. eavared patle A aa bi tovely M 8106JOO, 1324 APPAL008A xtra Ige 4 lovely boMi MjOOO. 2V, lUm. 1644 GEORGIA AVE. Great 8128.000. 2Hbb. 1307 MARTT A 3 B*ia. 2 btb. ly peal A patia. Solar 8110,000. 1000 LYNN DRIVE bo^tbtaUag lake J^-*avar3Waa oaao.. largo pael, I af. A bay of a Hfi froaa tap ef BoaMa^lA/^ ever 3Vi acre lat 3 b*m. 3 btk. i^Ul^Mo.. large pael, wvy et 8260,000. IV* 377LAUREL4 laaUaglaka. lAvaahedeailaga. fleer plaa. af.8288J8A 860OTONODR.4 ftraaaa 8119.500. IH ktk. w/paol. 12 2A3bdnaM
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Pit If Haatev • T OWMnOMlM t ^• • V MnHBNnii WHS —< ltt>f Ini^innii •M^^lM>.liC MobOt HMM 12XII 2 bdb^ m bth, hi • • HanMM. A4idt MCtlM. No pvto. N iratar kMtw, M AI • • lATHTAKING VIIW OP MOUNTAIWA NDV ALLinr tl|7Afp Mh i < at tUUII Mi IllMN. Ijtl 'WB. XOTIIIC • rbalklitotelUMOaL Cd 0riB aiid HyN MM tiaw.BmddarCitylOM Qatar. tak lat^tliat far SalM in ~ 8644HB8. tr^ nMraoB 4 -waoaniRBi for < (BC <0n MMBU-BC WIWaOLVB KOZAL's 7afr70Qft7HMW LAKE AREA TOWNHOUSE. 2 BE.. 2 BA.. 2-oar garaga., paal RV Mrk.tt2i000.M141. Up fradn A aslna Four bedroom Lews home with rrature landscapng, ^yinklars, aecunty bars, solar screened wirxtows. kghted oatng fans. VCR hook-up from HviriQ room to Wchen and master badroom Home decorMd In earth tones and only. Dr. 1299 LYNNWOOD Mika a r eaea B ab l a Mm oa a 1977 Flaatvood 24X40. 2bdrai. 2 btk. BMhilc hoBM ia Oiagtrwood Adolt Park. aS-2462. BC Ow mt deipwata —at aM 3 bovBi aaaM in Hdn. w/fliaplaea. Mariaiaai iaaalatiaa.apgradad carpat, aiial oliada, tbraMffcoat. 9736 aw. PIM 245 orgradaatad pyart kwa. fZ^MO dowa It'a yoora. SarioM iaMiy. 7964007 or 160 E. Hdb.NV (70a)S644>969 Coanaeadal qiace for leaee M Water St Appeox 9OOa4.ft.l6aea10.WiU boavaUabkJaMl.CaO DM Kraaer. 566^42. CU8TOM2atory,4bdrBC Sba..2.500M|.ft.Via(re bit. Priced baknr appraiaaL 298-3682. B C Green Valk^. EaeeUMt care for iafaart or yonag' child. Graaa Vailay area. 24 Hra. -7 daya. drop IM weleoMe. 45W000. Woald yon love to leave yonr baby with yanr Motkor, bat OM'tr Call aao A let'ataHLra felly azpariaaaad aad MpoMid.aadaifarplMty af TLC is a CkriatlM kaaa aavitaaaaat. Dava l ap — a ta l play, faaeadyd.) patfa>.etc. STATE fJOBN^DDKi CARE, aafa. lavHr o la a faa filled ataiaapkare. ChriatiMCetarMtaaiO. BC. MAID ESPECIALLY FOR YOU. I =; NEW QUALITY BUILT HOMES for aala ia Headaraoa. OwaarBalldar FHA approved. SdUag balow apptnlaal ofteCbOO. State Beaoy aTaiWda.3bikai.2btfc. garage, A covered patia. Raage. diekwaabar A diapoaal alaa ladadad. Ga Mt BIdr Hwy ta Major. Tani Left M Malar to FafwC tare rigkt M FonattaBalLCaUKA M CMtractiag lac. at 8n<4888 aatilS pm Lie. Na. 0016298. Caataai koaie for eale: Good aaighborhood, 4 bdnn. 2 btfe, faaiily nn.. w/fircf>lacc. Saakm Uvrai., din. nn., Call M96 after 4 pjn. MOBILE HOME-1979 BakAfidga 14X70, 2 badrooai, 2 batk Bpgraded faataraaexcelleat coaditioa. 564A307 after 6 p J. NEED TO SELL YOUR HOUSE? WE WILL BUY ITNOWI QJi. m-uu 'Cary ftaith. lae. Sia. CaH TJSSY 298-1917. BC 111 be glad to take goad caia of year ckBd. I bava 2 rkilfcaa. Wg fenced yd., anfaga, hita of toya. Cleaa ataaoaphara A Ma af tave tognreta j ia aia Plaaae callT oddhta. 6064848. WiU da Alaa do wfflt ble. Refereacee. Ph. 603687. Liceaaad cbildoarc JIB eawen raqniriag diapaiiBC A patty tmiaiag. tfaM A faU tinw oaie provided O'JO ajB.4 pja., Baaldir Cityl>ay Care Caatar, 666 Califatafa 2984010. BC llaaae4ir Uagrd now hiriiw 'daoMiMtratorB to work theMtaaMon. NoealIrnfhnreidiiiwaii Tim SaWldt A toantioR. ^Ovar 21. Plaaae oUl OanI, 8854770 or Jarikic tBimW?. Mt aiiw ^at 2000 ort^ aaMt A WeVc Bal VtOp' own Mole dti belBariridarandwUingftbejdiletowarfc. AjMlv atOaeta foMna, 432 S. aoakkr Mwy., Hdn. Aak for BeM or geain. MODEL^'CiUUMODN9aM yoar dlrild Oanc laleHtT TaleUt Maaowemeat 'Co. exolonvaly fur diitdren, eeOiu youagateia for TV conraierciala. oatdlog .print woak. Me. Ages 3yra. £ up. For i • aa^ view epp't call 736-7821. MA^ H AmTO NPBBBia^ peadiac to Makeana -COBW MB-< ae^frear '78IN. BC wiA oa. GoviaimgENT jcns ia6.0lfOS9J80/yr.Now iUring. Call 106^7.00 CM. MOBILC HOME LOT FOR SALE BY OWNER 1606 Cedar Drive. Vailay ^ow latatas, BouUer City Nevada MoUs hone, doable wide 24x60. 1,300 a Bare foot. Lorn lot xlOOftBif beekjwd, 2 be^eeai, 2 hatk, larfs liviagiosa^ ninina room, kitck aith walk-ki pantqr atovo, rafriferator aad diakvaaker iacladod. Waakar aad drjar hookn iaada. CsBtnJ pM forosd aar fas itot water 2Htdaairoaaditioeira. 29^ oarport awalag evir cwicrsto diivo. withdaniw, ra^iii kwa. itiag, fa tir.TwoJ I aMRccnoRS f awaasMaM w n i %m^ • MUMTMM t FHtrtuWiKwrt 1 adalte. 79M810. MJk. LWiHH Vaiea agea,aaMMmpBMp avaH Fie Haae Stadie. We honor eM advertised specM air, cnrae and package fares. For information. Phone MMW WKMiflMlk. MaiaiMMaaM *••••••••••••#•# f^mi teatiWkaMMWU. 1^2 CoMky OMfa^aay i4aw Thia I1MM haa been tottfy fedaoaraed and haa a gratf loor plani ijocaM in fWarMrt. EMIaaonaVk aoa, pUMe, alh block wal y supported. BC. M a*. .etegore, beokakelf. dock, trundle bed, outdoor fara., A griU. 5044664. Want to raat garage er atetage apace, Hda area. 5O4-7S4O after 2 THANE YOU, THANK YO U FOR PRAYERS ANSWERED HC FOR SALE: Yaaktka 36BUB camera 1.1.7 leaa with electroaic flaah andeaaeS160.29M401 after 6 pjB. BC DON'T GIVE Hwi AWAY Caah for OM workiag waahera A dryera. Lav 462-7488. riatkaabYMlw llacMh • UMII Mver wul ta ba • HWilii flaa Ye IvM fei aiHa af aU taktahaa4lk9Mhi o4Ml ahiy. haah YM foi far thra daya, alter JMIiiyi tUa fnfaa ^^ • t te aaU^Md^B* aMdialaly alUr tbe prayer la graated 1 •fthe awn BMwero ratkabal> FS Ontui oa. Boulder Realty MS. 4V0 NEVADA HIGHWAY, •OULDER CITY, NEVADA |702) 293-3232 3M6 Cetturjr 21 Real Kstate Coporation aa truatM for tiie NAF. • and'*tradanariuof Century 21 Rai Estate Corporation. Equal Housiii( Opportunity, lit IIMOB OmCE 18 INDEPENDCNTLY OWNED AND OPERATED Afoving out of town < demands good connections at both ends. With mre than 6,000 Itiardwork^g offices all lacroBsthecountry, the [CENTUIY 21* system works I hard to take good care of lyou. White our office in your I'Old'hometown is bringing in libuyBrB, another office in your Inew'hometown is helping you I locate tkat perfect home. Call today We'll put our good connections to work for you. Put Number I to work for you." REQUEST YOUR HOME MARKET ANALYSIS FROM YOUR CEMURY 2l| PROFESSIONAL BY CALLING 293-3232 FOR AN APPOINTMENT -BOULDER CITY PROPERTIESfM340 2 BEDROOM, VA BATH, FORMAL DINING ROOM. FAMILY ROOM W/WET BAR. COVERED PARKING AND "SEPE RATE WORKROOM. OLDER HOME WHICH HAS • OEN COMPLETELY UPGRADED. CUSTOM KITCHEN. CABINETS, DRAPES, VERTICAL BUNDS. EXCELLENT MOVE-IN CONDITION. 892.S00 FAMaV HOME WITH GOOD FLOOR PLAN, 4 KDROOMa 1V4 BATH. 2 CAR GARAGE ENCLOSED BACK YARD, CORNER LOT. ASSUMABLE VA LOAN. fiHSOO THREE BEDROOM, I'/i BATH. FAMILY ROOM, LARGE BACKYARD W/ALLEY ENTRANCE AND PLENTY OF RV PARKING. GOOD FAMILY HOME. I'ANTASnC VIEW OF LAKE MEAD-UNIQUE HISTORIC PERIODHOBIE.OVER5;Z008QUAREFEETOFEXTREMELY WELL MAINTAINED AND PRESERVED LIVING AREA. FOR THE DISCRIMINATING BUYER WHO APVRBCIATE8 QUALITY. THIS LOVELY OLDERHOMEHAS IT ALL-FORMAL DINING, SEVERAL BEDROOMS, BATHROOMS, VIEWING ROOM. LARGE UVING ROOM WITH FIREPLACE,BASEMENT.SEPARATEENTRANCE FOR MAID'S QUARTERS, UNOBSTRUCTED VIEW OF LAKEMEADFROM MANY ROOMS. SHOWNBY APPOINTMENT ONLY $496,000. $176,000 EXECUTIVE HOME IN BOULDER GREEN. 4 BEDROOM. 2*A BATHS, 2 FIREPLACES, 4 CAR GARAGE PLUS LOTS OF RV PARKING. POOL AND SPA WITH BEAUTIFUL BACK PATIO IN VERY PRIVATE BACK YARD. EXCELLENT CARE GIVEN THIS HOME AND YARD. CALL TODAY FOR AN APPOINTMENT TO SEE. |86,M0 THREE BEDROOM, ONE AND THREE QUARTER BATHS, DEN, RV PARKING, MAINTENANCE FREE FRONT YARD, PRIVATE BACK YARD. EXCELLENT NEIGHBORHOOD. 988,000 THERE'S MORE HERE THAN MEETS THE EYE. OVER 1,900 SO. FT. INCLUDES 9 BEDROOMS. 2H BATHS, INDOOR UliUTY ROOM, PANTRY STORAGE ROOM, LARGE FAMILY ROOM W/WET BAR AND BEN FRANKLIN STOVE, EXCELLENT AREA, CLOSE TO EVERYTHING. PRICE HA8BEEN REDUCED TOf86,000.OLDER MOBILE HOME WITH SUPERIOR LOT. 3BEDR00MS, 1 BATH, EXTRA STORAGE, CARPORT, NEW WINDOW AWNINGS, LOVELYFENCEDYARD WITH TREES AND VIEWOFTlffl VALLEY. -BOULDER CITY BUILDING LOTSOWNER IS WILLING TO CARRY PAPER ON 2.19 ACRE BUILOING LOT IN SUBDIVISION 11. SPECTACULAR VIEW0FELD0RAD0VALLEYANDNEWG0LFC0UR8E. PRICED AT ONLY 184,900. TWO SEPARATE BUILDING LOTS OVERLOOKING THE LAKE. ALL 0FF8ITES ARE IN, AND READY FOR A CUSTOM HOME. OUTSTANDING AREA, TAKE A LOOK TODAY. MOBUJCHOMELOT AVAU ATV GOOOSTABLEAREA, BLOCKWAUUB,14X72CO\>l<^''20XaOOARAOEPLU8 2 PATIO SLABS.-ALL PAUTIIS ON PROPERTY. WE <1^ET RESULTS! PtIT NO. 1 TO WOIM POM VOUt JANICE CIAWFOIO, OWMT MKLDUNAWAY.Bnkv LINEITB DAVIS DIANNB VANASSE niLOWKELLBY 2S9-2275 293-2438 283-1007 29M284 2940081 iBC I Ti**V.Jjr,ll8e Hca4rsMi BM NWS, Bewtenem, Nmda Pafo 11 SM£!!A**lj[t ^^•a^lTM A^lWVjrifcjV.prfaj. cBilWRlTifSati ^3l!n^r^ • :ll '^^1:^^^ aaJS?""*'' ^smmm mAm A • eiiii ef de^fiDf. 46A6900. '•W|2ta ftinrlii Mercy EMI Weifkt MB MA Q MI M j ee 80 aiachlaa 1490. Car 6060888 after 4 p.. Wetar.Welarl 27 Araur Bt, Hiaiariia, NV804-7— 1-7197, F^ aalei CMIII 4 ekiaf laveeeat, deed earfar eeaMM er DrlakiM. NaClaril9889iriSe fTORAOl FOR RENT AB M< Vlata ef Lal w. Lay JaXaQi p riaie eBtry, t17irBC F0*ktNf4hta,iba., doM ta eAaalii aManr eatraa. 8978 lat. iae(4 aee. avail Aag. let. M>1984.K CTV—I fw5 PAWN SHOP 293-7296 wStnL66u AFARTMBirr IN BOULDER CITY RkahMHtaeAdaltaa^y. No pela. Waatera laa. FORREffrBCMMiFk.. ,Ji, all BC tiea. 8100 Can 8040409. water teak, taidi A lead Fk.8071A —BOULOm CtTV^ PAWN SHOP FtaMeyttkataete H tM O, MMetfcOyap tmmtemntcne 293-7296 ^^^^^ ^^^^t ^n8V< Ceet akMt lOe per faOia rt niviMi apaat aaiMoaaiMM (Bee tke aMvIe Vmm BbaOia ear tap water J CaU far app't. be aaffc have rear water tealed aew.M4-1040,OOMB72, 0OA7898. Fhre yr. war raaty. Free, Ne O MI g e tl e a Capper, BatlariM, Maiara ale. %t Me. lafe 8812484. ALOE VCRANBCTAE BY FOREVER UVING. 189% I latlM UArSEllaANe water i04'104A AUCTION Saturday, July 12. 7p.m. H9rulr9on Convention Csnter General merchandise and household sale. Listed Ijelow are some Items to be sold. Antique sewing machine, televisions, vacuum cleaner, refrigerators, freezers, mirrors, pictures, sofas, lamps, western and Indian art. —Much Much Mort— ***Ws will auction J9W9lry*** ***Qold and Old Coins*** THIS AUCTION IS A MUST Far RMt: 2 fcajraaai faraiaked 4aplai, ao cklMrea, aa peta, aMrtare edahe eahr. For lafe. eall 291-im. BC TWO BDRM 2 batk apt. AMta.MMla8416Be. ptaS W99. 8f. QlSCOOBt. TWO BDEM 1 btk. apt. pete. 2944H04. BC T0UEIBT8 A LOCALft 8taa reoM ia lavaly private laa. WaOdM dbtaMetoaB.NeeMt iMLDaBy 826. Weekly. inO MMtbly retee avanakh. Dopaait re• *MA aa* ^waa. tw^aeae. left apt. for raat. 8plfalataireaea,doeato 4ewatewa Hda. 8280 aw. 4611294. Forreat:4b4ha.2btb.iriee A doM. 8486 BM. ploa dapoalt. Ia Headerooa. Call 436-7500. or 46A8008, aek for Jo. MIO iff ht MaMlK IMN Henderson aparlmem for rent 2 l)ecJfoom. 1 bath. security entry system 804-0028 or 0^ n* CSa ^fM WSMMVI me. Call 208-a807. ADULT APAirrMENTt AsUwAafaiiMO. Family Apto. Aloo Availablo 664-6992 Fiimtoh^d Uiiftinillid ApartflMiiU I1M Off lal MoMfw real Hodraon ipartnient for rant 2 bedroom, 1 bath. waahar and dryer, laeurity qratem. fenoad yard w/piayground. Naar ichoaia and ftorw. ErrCHENETTEB Weakly ratM It art lag fraa HO, • Mewviae weakly, ata.paM,lMalnBC Ckevraa. Ml Nov. Hwy.. 2n-iai. BC 2 Bdroom 2 Poois-Washtng Machine Hookup NO PITS CaMt AviHabio CNkJran Waicorne WWAlcome Section Eight SSS-S0S1 aoORan^Way COMMERCIAL RENTAL 88014. ft awve ia BMOHIM. New bUg. •eat to Terrible Harfcet 2BORM..1BATHAFT8. Oaly 8206 aie. w/law iapealta 9aat B aalwi CaB 6044477 er 0486000. F OE BE NT 2 bira. Maid Hawaii Vaeatioa. 1 bdra apt., qaality far aiaWaga, eoraar aait. OcoM Mta viawe. WalkM6ad.afaeady beack. 846. daily I-80Mr-807. CONDO FOR IIKNT *AII SppllMIO#S fUFfllSlMfl 293-7778 NC • F*Ne pete. Cleeak^ A Secarlty dapoalt. Water, traahpklnppd. 604-1887. TraOar FOR RENT. 144 traflva. 888 ta 8108 wfc 6064794 er 888-7141. aeNTAU •eaidir C% far raat. 8 k8100 604-U8A 888-7141. ^"J: For aale: MaaM Jara. large moath qaarta. Some amall aioatb qta. k piata. 82.80 dot. (raciar coataiaara, all aitaa awke offer. 6664206. EZBaMfeGeVC.Ca pleUwha*tarieeA88 Voh bi 8780. i'olt bettery 804-nM. NUTRITIONAL NUTRITION ead LOBE WEIGHT PROGRAM Eat anything you want and still lose pounds Allow 4 weeKs to worfc We have two plans Both are money t^acK plans Can 564-5549 FOR SALE rlM, blaeberriee, eafarkfadpie MiaMetikar paaad backeU. Ordar before Jaly let 2984308. BC if.apta. tnl ba 8280 aa.! aio. Ne peta 8044301 S260 eve. SlOO off lat M. rMt 2 b^ai. 1 batk MarfMt, aow reata. Stadka availakle. Apta.'ni. 604-2361 or 3IM011. WakMt Hatck. 4 na eld. iPic caaditloa nnagfct et 8800 win aeUferiSo. New atcredaal eaeeette, AM/FM A ta taUa. Nice-apeekera 8175. 8064474 JACUZZI WHIRLPOOL SPAS aatkariaed dealar.SBw State Fbal A Spa. 1321 Nevada Hhr^. 29M06A B.C. 14 xH 2 2 btk A.C, RV Pary^. 1378 aa. 8280 aacartty. Na pete 8868471 FMBENT:] 848 wk. UtlBtfae pd. Skedy Root Motel 506-70Hda. CASTIUAN Arrs. Very Nice 2 Bedrooms $400 Monthly 204-1220 831 Ava A Bouktor CHy 293-6014 A A iIMESr< 1325 AriaMM Streei eBaaldar Chy, 09005 HOMES-LAND-BUSINESS INVESTMENT CONSULTANTS Far raat. 3 bAai kaiM. AC Miwed petto, Ne peta. 8460aM.t280aaMrity. 6064474 Uaf.apt.yaa3Mn^2fril batba. 1 bdra. w/eeparata eatraace. O^teide a farraM.3 506-7302. 2 btk. WEEKLY RITCHENETTB8; 606-7929. FOB RENT: Offlea apaea ia MmkaiPtaa. ApBrooL 100 ee. ft, arlvate aBBw. Nttaw OtOea Sarvleaa. 288 -12881 BC i4 f t i p w Lf g 3 id i ill Apftin8it IN HENDERSON 1,200 M. ft. 2 yro oM Yard-$400 per tnenth 451-7678 ciuniuTi wrm M 9IUAV0N 100 Years 100 Yearo 100 Yi •Earn Good 999 IfMurafica Available • SeN At Your Work Sharon Avecy, DMftet Manaoaf 664-1611 Lewie 3b*BCIbtk.2 eer nraga. 1388 e*. ft aff Taaaetrlaa, Jaly li BaM: 8028. • • • HENOenSON PLAZA APT8. 730 Center St. • • kj^--M^A sAcvaao nefioareiiii, HWBBB, avwrvia 2 Mna., utifumWied, pool A ploy yafd. New aBlHMie A gtinnolno. Fraa CaMa TV. n 9MS UN BOULDER CITY 729 7TH STREET tree Maed arkiah,3b*B^iy 04 879989. 1313 BIONTBREY Cata 2 bd^ 2 btfc baae M Ite era iMdarapid let wA BY parUag. Sapar bay at 862.000. 1328 PINTO RD. eavared patle A aa bi tovely M 8106JOO, 1324 APPAL008A xtra Ige 4 lovely boMi MjOOO. 2V, lUm. 1644 GEORGIA AVE. Great 8128.000. 2Hbb. 1307 MARTT A 3 B*ia. 2 btb. ly peal A patia. Solar 8110,000. 1000 LYNN DRIVE bo^tbtaUag lake J^-*avar3Waa oaao.. largo pael, I af. A bay of a Hfi froaa tap ef BoaMa^lA/^ ever 3Vi acre lat 3 b*m. 3 btk. i^Ul^Mo.. large pael, wvy et 8260,000. IV* 377LAUREL4 laaUaglaka. lAvaahedeailaga. fleer plaa. af.8288J8A 860OTONODR.4 ftraaaa 8119.500. IH ktk. w/paol. 12 2A3bdnaM
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JtHM^MMB HMM N Tabulaw Inlw fi 1( MITCH HAWKINS DODGE MISTAKE! BUY ANY NEW DODGE LANCER OR DODGE 600 SERIES DODGE LANCER DODGE 600 CONVERTIBLE DODGE 600 COUPE \ ALSO DODGE 600 4 DOOR SEDANS MD FOR ONLY 99o YOU GET rOUR CHOICE OF A SELECT GROUP OF USED mV-SHOP US UST^YOUU StVE! m CAN DRIVE A NEW DODSE GAR OR TRUCK FM M UWAS PER MO. ni TU $f1H0lD "TT • CQ. cost M14S.11 HM. $186270. 60 montha it $96.00 plut I M Total $104.69 Security dcpotlt $200 ch or trad* $822.76. LMM. O.A.C. Stk. #1901. nNANCING ON SELECTED MODELS RAMCHARGER I H A WITH PAYMENTS • • • • AS LOW AS '139? T *^' "' • • 'MJB /."m/SS' •."'oin.t/c. .. Mni.i I "^ "^nfl (a. 60 monthly paymanta of $139.00 plut talaa tax $7.99 •quail $146.99. Cap. coat $13,670.80. Raaldual $6046.20. Caah or trada aquity naadad on dallvary $4264.84. Laaaa O.A.C. #1567. I ASK ABOUT OUR NO MONEY DOWN ^JBEE|BBE^AYMEN^Uj^^^^ ROD HALL WINNINGEST OFF-ROAD RACER IN HISTORY AND TRUCK CONSULTANT TO MITCH HAWKINS "r%J"..t NOW *SU2"^•>' • •m/ftn. NOW mS: •••... .„. NOW 'im !, • "-•iiwoiif" ^ '#6826. •"'•'"••"e. air. NOW • P^. 3^'"5!*Ma'*. 4 NOW #8810. • "'*""•'€. air NOW •IMl SMJ?.' •"•"'"•t-c, ,„ NOW -'S:#5S7J*-^.caaNOW *58oi.****. •*, am. NOW •*' #5798 "^^ •*• caa. "OW *S8i$ •'**' NOW ^•o. #5(M8*^' • 'ir, al^. ^ NOW b .•?v? i'/.^j"ji ^adae fe -*• N8S" • 3416 M( '^*' •''• ^NOW *S8a2/ "*• NOW S^ '^^=^"a"" ^ MITCH HAWKINS •.r THURSDA Y INSIDE Young wriltrs pubttehed Me pige 6 Tflrmt Women defeat Eves Construction See Green VaNey news page 10 WEATHER lliwsday, Highs 100s Lows 80s BAY MICROFILM ATTN: SHIRLEY BRONTE 737 LOA VERDE AVE. PALO ALTO CA 94303 a 309280 07-31-86 07-10-86 VADA'S INDUSTRIAL CENTER VoL 37 55th EditioB Hendsnon, Nevada THE COMMUNITY'S NEWSPAPER 25€ 22 Water St. 564-1881 Thunday. July lo. isw PEPCON lays off 40, brings others back Around 40 workers have been laid off from Pacific Engineering and Production Company of Nevada since the space shuttle Challenger exploded in midair January 28. Production of ammonium State Treasurer Patty Cafferata came out firing last week when filing for governor. Patty's only trouble is that she was firing blanks and when the smoke cleared, there was Gov. Richard Bryan still smiling and working at his desk in Carson City. State Prison Director George Sumner heads one of the agencies Cafferata attacked as having covered up an embezzlement of $500,000. Sumner summed up her charges by telling the press that Patty "doesn't know what she's talking about." Legislative Auditor John Crossley later confirmed Sumner's evaluation of Cafferata's attack. It was Crossley's unit that found accounting problems at the prison and then worked with the Legislature to correct the problems. Several other political blanks and misfires created plenty of •moke which quickly diaappeared aa cooler heads explained governmental facts of life to inquiring reporters and politicians. Very likely GOP Attorney General Brian McKay, a member of the Prison Board, could also spend a little time with Patty and tell her about the priaon. See Dm Man's View BM5L2 •i'percHonite, n^ojaqi^Mnt of the shuttle's fuel, represents a large part of the company's business, and the slowdown in the shuttle program caused the worker layoff. However. Tom War, PEPCON vice president and public relations man, said the company is in the process of rehiring many of those people. Things are stirting to turn around," he said, "and we'lre beginning to bring them back." He didn't know how many have currently been rehired. In contrast to the PEPCON layoffs, officials at Kerr McGee Corp, another producer of ammonium perchbrate, said Tuesday there have been no layoffs since the Challenger disaster. Greater Buffalo closes land deal by Scott Dickensheets Home News Staff Writer Greater Buffalo Press finalized their land purchase Tuesday and are looking forward to a September groundbreaking on the Boulder Highway site. Escrow on the land was ck)eed Tuesday, following the July 1 Hendersrai City Council ai^roval of the architectural review for their printing facility. It's for real," said Henderson economic development director Ann Barron Tuesday. The first of the three stage building plan calls for construction of a 48,700-square foot metal building, housing millions of dollars worth of printing equipment Two kter stages will See purchase page 2 LAKE ATTRACTS BIG BUCKS-An estimated seven million visitors frequent the Lake Mead National Recreation Area and locsd businessmen are trying how to lure an estimated $210 million in tourist dollars into Henderson businesses. Group studies ways to harness lake tourists by Scott Dickensheets Home News Staff Writer The Henderson Chamber of Commerce's tourism committee is looking at ways to harness the massive tourist traffic that passes through the city in transit to Lake Mead. "A lot of revenue is going through Henderson in people's pockets," said Chamber director Gary Johnson. "We want to pull that revenue into the community." The three-month-old committee, composed of business leaders from local hotel and casino facilities and Convention Center officials, is attempting to "develop a common plan" allowing the city to reap profits from the tourist traffic. Johnson estimated that roughly 40 percent of the seven million people who annually use the lake pass through Henderson. Rough formulas indicate that each one spends approximately $30 per day for gas, food and other services, except rooms. •We're trying to make people aware of that tremendous potential," he said, adding that the dty is ideally located to provide lake goers with a place to See lake page 2 Five local firefighteis graduate from training academy by Katharine E. Scott Home News Staff Writer Five new firefighters were on the streets in Henderson this week, better trained than any previous rookies thanks to a cooperative program with the city of Las Vegas. "This is the first of our firefighters that we ever sent to rookie school," battalion chief L. Olien Haakett mentioned. Before the agreement was worked out, local firefighters received on-the-job training. Henderson fire chief Dale Starr said Scott Alder, Ron Hague, Dwight Jackson, Randall Jones and Craig Walls "received intense training, and they worked hard." Alder was valedictorian of the 10-week class. The 16 students, including those from the dty of Las Vegas and the State Division of Forestry, were certified firefighter one and two, and also received their Emergency Medical Technician certificates, Starr mentioned. He added a cooperative agreement Vas worked up between me and Chief (deU) West, wfakh was brou^t up before council and was s^proved." As part of the agreemeiit, Haakett and Battabon Chief Bob Blankenship evaluated a^ evaluated in the training. :'': llianks to the intensive traJD* ing, "We can take them diredt See school page 2 ^ City cracks down on 'boiler rooms' by Katherine E. Scott Home JVtws Staff Writer About half of the estimated down '^iler room" operations that moved to Henderson last ysir are gone since the dty eoKted a stringent law governing t^phone solidtations^ acoording to city buiiiess license director David Lee. Lee, who avoids using the *1)oiler room" nickname for such operations, mentioned a few wmt out (tfbusinMs before ooundlmen passed the new law in May. Similv laws paaeed in Las VitiKia and Clark County are b^iived to have caused such optrations to relocate in Henderson late last year. "S(Hne of thou have just gone out of buaineas," Lee eKplained. "and a couide (^ them were tokl to cease oparations by us be* cause they were operating in violation of their license." He explained two companies, AUUHMH Inc. and Intematiwul Mariceting, were put out of business because they were vic^ting their business licensee by teQing vacation certificate packages "which both of tiiem were not licensed to do." 'f The new law WKit into effect May 22.* It gives companies which soUdt sales over the phone to out of state locations until Aug. 21 to comply with certain conditions impoaed by council TluA includesa complete new business license appUcatioa, a police department background investigation, dty council approval and posting a bcmd of $25,000. Inadditkn, the bond can be raised tdoover tiie vahie of prizes they promise if a pui^ chase ia made. Only two companies have IHcked up the ae oc s sar y paperworit to comply with the new law, Lee said. With six weeia to go before the businessee must comp^ with specifics* tions of the fanv, not one has provided paperworic to the dty. He mentioned most of the companies have been honest about their operations. However^ one auch eatabUAment currantly openting in Henderson has misrepreeeated tta biudness and is now undo* investigati ceived its license Jane 12, was "cited for not having the Iksenaa vaitar the advertising spedal* tiea* ordinance. He said there to eviebne^ the oooqiaAy has continued to at* tempt out of state soliciationB and the case is currently under investigation. *We're taking a hard-hue staooe on theM," Lea remarltad, adding,'Then an asvtfal thai are under inveatigirtkm right now." One way the dty i^m* of *Tx)iler rooma" is telephone inquirieB. how we find out about moat them." he noted. Lee eiplained iioat of 'Iwiler room" opwaticHui located in tr akogSaaial TT Vall^ neiilibor Lake Mead XMv^ "It'a om iatiMio/ with each buaineas oi case fatais and go (fiance iranrnd operfitf son the!