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1987-01-06 - Henderson Home News

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1987-01-06 - Henderson Home News
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Scott, Katherine E. ( Columnist )
Dailey, John ( Columnist )
Dickensheets, Scott ( Columnist )
Dombrowski, Dale ( Columnist )
McKeough, Noreen ( Columnist )
Espin, Kathy ( Columnist )
Szydelko, Paul ( Columnist )
Copeland, Ron ( Columnist )
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HBC Publications, Inc.
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City and town life -- Nevada -- Henderson
Community life -- Nevada -- Henderson
History -- Henderson (Nev.) -- 20th century
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^^"^^^ • ^^^^ • ^"^ • • ^mt^i^tm^^^m^^^^Kmmm Pat• St Henderson Home News and Boulder City Newa Thursday, January 1,1987 SISMONEV;SAVN. ffi?^ rz-n rr^ The ilrii • -•.• ^.,. •rV'>-'^1?^^85WWWW^^ • ITY CARPETS for LESSl ON ALL CARPET ^AS NEVER BEFORE! \^?'i 100% DUPONT NYLON HEAVY PLUSH VENUS BY GALAXY All new, 20 Decorative Colors ONLY ^'^ 99 SQ. YD.y ^100% DUPONT DACRON BY EVANS & BLACK AND FAMOUS FARE Many fabulous colors to choose from ONLY 99 SQ. YD.y 100% DUPONT NYLON BREAKTHRU BY COLUMBUS All New, 20 Beautiful Colors ONLY N 1 ^,v ^'X. 100% DUPONT NYLON BARN BY CABIN CRAFT MANY ATTRACTIVE COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM ONLY SQ. YD. WE DON'T MEET PRICES... WE BEAT EVERYBODY'S PRICES SUPER PLUSH, SCULPTURES, SHADES, MULTI-COLORED MANY EXCITING COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM ALL AT CLEARANCE SAVINGS! / \ NO JOB TOO SMALL OR TOO LARGE-ONE ROOM TO A FULL HOUSE OF CARPET 100% DUPONT NYLON BY WORLD -MEET FHA QUALIFICATIONS ONLY SQ. YD. FINANCING AVAILABLE HURRY! CALL NOW FOR ESTI MATES 90 DAYS SAME AS CASH ON APPROVED CREDIT CALL TODAY-OR COME ON IN! 384-8551 105 W. Charleston BM. • "" ^;| < II .; r'''Ti • ^^t'^ -!^^^?^^^§r?!^'sl5! OPEN EVENINGS & FREE PARKING 'J. MON.-FRI. 9 TO 9 • SAT. 9 TO 6 • SUN. 11 TO 5 ^^ :^'j<-.*> iSifJv^ i-k I r!^ h New Year's baby delivered wit|i helj) from New Year's nurse Z8-90-I0 C0Cfr6 VD 98-IC-/0 3AV 01 i 3J-N0ya A3-IUI wiijoyD IV OlVd VWOl ZGZ NilV AVa NEW YEAR'S BABIES-AngeUca Lynne Seger and delivery room nurse Lin Mathewson were both New Year's Day babies. Seger, along with her^mother Raya (left) were Nevada's first birth of 1987. by Katherine E. Scott W8 Staff Writer 8 baby of the new lark County, and e state of Nevada, t St. Rose de Lima st one minute after ^ Jan. 1. Angelica Lynne Seger was also the first child for Henderson residents Raya and Anthony Seger. / There was some confusion in the first few hours of this year as to who the official New Year's baby was, since another child was bom at University Medical Center in Las Vegas four minutes later. The radio station was announcing that UMC had it," remarked labor and delivery nurse Linda 'Tin" Mathewson. "I called them up and told them, "You know, Rose de Lima is in Clark County.'" Mathewson, who has been with the hospital some seven years, was a New Year's Day baby herself. She was'-bom 3:20 a.m. in South Bend, Indiana during the 19408. However, she was the second child in the city, born about an hour after the first. The new mother mentioned Mathewson "was great through the whole thing." She added she was especially helpful with her breathing during labor. She ^so'thanks the help of her doctftr, Joel Bower. Raya noted she and Anthony e^e long-jtime Henderson residents. The 19-year-old rnl^^J^ lived here since she WM a yigar old. Anthony, 23, has lited'.here soipe 15 years. Raya at^n^ed Basic High School in the clas Of 1986. They live S^ th^ Townsite neighborhood,%nd Anthony is a cook at the Rainbow Club, Raya commented that although their baby's due date was Jan. 8, "I'd been in and out of the hoq)ital since Christmas Eve with false labor." She added that was when she began to believe their baby would be the first of the new ^^ear. Sht iptnt 12 hours in tlw hospital Qaiataua Eve, tim was hospitaKnd o& Quiatnus for three days. The day after New Year's the young parents were not MM what gifts they would receive for having the Hrst baby of the year, Traditionally the new parents are treated to a variety of gifts from businesses inwlved with children, plus free dhmers from restaurant*. Raya mentioned Angelica 'Is real tiny. My husband's eyes she's going to have, but d^% Sebabypaf2 HENDERSON NEVADA'S INDUSTRIAL CENTER votam, 3Mth Ediuon HendersoD, Nevada WE COMMUNITY'S NEWSPAPER 2St 22 Water St. 564-1881 'f'"'^*' •'"' • "y 1987 Railroad Pass Hotel's grand opening Thursday, Friday Ushering in a new year and new era for Henderson, Railroad Pass Hotel and Casino will celebrate the grand opening of its new five-story hotel Thursday and Friday. Another VIEW by John Dailey Home News Editor Should pubhc business be negotiated privately? Increasingly in Nevada, elected pubhc officials are saying yes to this question, almost always against the spirit of the state's Open Meeting Law, if not its specific provisions. There has been a constant battle by the press to have negotiations performed by any governmental entity governed under some provisions of the law. Usually these negotiations involve legal settlements or possible civil suits where the city or county involved stands to lose a lot of money, The entity's ,^ counsel says the attorney-client privilege must be preserved and thus the public is barred from negotiations. Often, the pubhc is left in the dark when issues are settled and not made pubhc. Who is the client/ anyway? We're asked to beheve it is not us, the taxpayers, but our elected representatives, who might not have our interests at heart in light of their pohtical future. Who will get the blame for the colossal judgment leveled against the county over their wastewater treatment lawsuit? Two who hired out-of-state lawyers and voted to go to court have already been re-elected. See Another View paSl? Historically denied incorporation to gaming-free Boulder City, the county's oldest casino and its new 120-room hotel sets a number of Henderson firsts: the first multi-storied conomercial building in the city, the {'vest hotel with more than 100 rooms and the first gaming fullservice (lodging, restaurants and gambling) operation. The property became incorporated to the city as part of expansion plans by its newest owners, who purchased the Pass in October 1985. Management annoimced plans to buUd the five-stoiy kotelftlcms^with' a number of other expansion and improvement projects to the gaming and dining areas. Incorporation within Henderson was necessary to pro• vide needed utilities and municipal services to the property. Among other improvements to the now 40,000 square foot facihty were expansion of the restaurant and buffet dining See opening page 2 NEW HOTEL-Featured in Railroad Pass Hotel and Casino's grand opening celebration this Thursday and Friday Talks with union begin today City presses wage freeze by Scott Dickensheets Home News Staff Writer Representatives from the city of Henderson will sit down with representatives of Teamster Union Local No. 14 today and tomorrow in an attempt to iron out contract disputes. The two-day mediation is the next to last step in the effort to solve disagreements over proposed wage freezes and other "money items." The union represents blue collar, supervisory and clerical-technical personnel. According to city manager Gary Bloomquist, the proposed wage freezes were recommended by a compensation study performed last year. In the study, Henderson was compared to ten other cities, contrasting jobs and salaries. ,Jim Wilkerson, secretarytreasurer of Teamsters Local No. 14, who is handling negotiations for the union, Monday said the union had doubts about the quaUty of the stidy. "We reaUy question whether the study w as well done," he said. "It was not an in-depth study of all job classifications." One example, Wilkerson said, was the study's recommendation that one supervisory position be paid less than the positions beneath it. He added that during a recent Governor's board hearing on the matter, the union pointed out the inadequacies of the study. The wage freeze will have larger effects than the city is indicating, Wilkerson added. He said that of 46 clericaltechnical workers, 33 would receive no pay increase under the proposed contract. Fifteen of 17 sujaervisory personnel would not receive increases, and 58 of 65 blue collar workers would also not receive an irtcrease. "Some of the freezes last as long as three years," he said. The union, Wilkerson, said has traditionally negotiated on the city's ability to pay. This year, he added, no one is questioning their ability to pay. Bloomquist, in a Dec. 28 Home News article, siid the city has also proposed a five percent compensation reduction, due to Henderson's four day cork week. Wilkerson countered by saying that prior to instituting the shorter week, the union received a six percent increase. In 1982, WUkerson said, they gave back five percent in return for the four day week. Hender son workers, he said, only work two hours less than before. "We've always had super relationship with the city of Henderson," he said. "But it seems they've broken down in .the last year. Employees are starting to Ceel like they're numbers on a board. When you have that kind of attitude,it's going to affect production." If no solution arises from the mediation, the final step will be binding arbitration. Bloomquist defended the study, saying it was performed by a competent firm. The vaHety of job titles, classifications and duties comphcates such a study, he said, but added, "As far as I'm concerned, it's an accurate study and I have no probto n defending it." ,_ is the property's oew five-story, 120-rooin hotel photographed above. Long struggle taking shape u. ^. by Scott Dickensheets Home News Staff Writer Local developer Richard MacDont^^ says he's been working on his proposed MacDonald Ranch so long he feels Uke "Captain Ahab with Moby Dick." Many times larger than the legendary white whale, MacDonald Ranch is a proposed 3,210-acre mixed residential, commercial, business and recreational development MacDonald is seeking to establish South of East Lake Mead Drive. The acreage includes some hillside property among the small mountains behind Black Mountain. The view afforded by these hillsides is a major asset to the project, MacDonald said. "This is unique. There is no other site in the whole valley, thlf I Ibniow of, iJiat actually has mountainside property." Upscale housing will take up a large percentage of the hillside areas. MacDonald, in an interview last week, id he is plauiag to enlnoe strict restde&sns OS AuiMiag in the hills. "In California ynnH •peopie taking bulldozers and pushing dirt over the side," he said. "You won't have any of that here. Anytime the natural landscape is disturbed you have to replace it. That way you don't mar the land." Atop several of the hills will be restaurants. MacDonald said hilltop restaurants are popular in other southwestern cities but haven't been tried here. A western-style rib and steak place—"where you walk in with a tie and they cut it off and pin it to a wall; really laid backhand a Mexican restaurant are planned, as well as a special outdoor diner. Wrapped around the bottom of the hUls will be a golf course, 27 holes in all. The^&ssorss, MacDonald said, will be another major selling point for the project. MacDonald Ranch is divided roughly in three. Phase one will be developed in the center of the property, and will consiA mostly of starter homes, along with some of the hilUde homes. Vbamtwklht emlbmt

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Page t Henderson Home Newi, Henderson, Nevada Tuesday, January 6, 1987 Rich MacDonald Developer from page 1 end of the land, with more high-end mountainside homes. Tl|e third section, in the western portion, will be a retirement community and a business-commercial area. Other commercial uses will be sprinkled throughout the project. Other highlights will include a pair of 18-acre resort hotels, modeled after similar facihties in Arizona. Two large "natural preservation parks" are included in the master plan. These will be landscaped areas for picnicing and hiking. Also slated for the project is a motion picture sound stage. If it becomes a reality, it could add to Nevada's already growing film industry. MacDonald and his wife Clara have spent many years and many dollars (though they hesitate to say how much they've spent to date. "I have no idea," Rich said, "as a matter of fact, I hesitate to count it up.") developing the concept for MacDonald Ranch. "We've looked at most projects in Southern CaHfornia and Arizona," MacDonald said. "We have gotten so we can tell who the architect is by looking at it." "It's like a game," adds Clara, with a laugh. Many of the design principles of the proposal have been adapted from things they've seen in California and Arizona communities, and while discussing MacDonald Ranch, he frequently compares some of its features with those of developments in Palm Springs, Calif., Scottsdale, Ariz, and Phoenix, Ariz. One concept he adapted from those communities is the need for lush landscaping. "There are places here where you get a $20 tree every 30 feet with a big boulder in between. That's not quite what you'd call landscaping. Our concept is for first-rate professional landscaping. We're going to landscape quite heavily." The project has already gone through one master plan revision, and MacDonald has stressed the need to maintain flexibility, to adapt to market conditions. MacDonald said he thinks the golf course can be under construction within six months, with residential development beginning 18 months or two years from now. "There is still a lot of engineering work to be done," he said. He is also looking forward to a local improvement district that will string utilities out to Sky Harbor airport. The industrial sites that would be opened up along Lake Mead Drive would benefit'his project, he said, as well as the city. "(This is) a unique enough site, and with the planning that's going into it, I don't think we can miss." MacDonald's partner in the venture is Western Dev(])or, an Arizona-based firm that specializes in highquality commercial developments. Planners consider huge development by Scott Dickensheeti Home NewB Staff Writer The Henderson Planning Commission will consider a trio of items concerning the proposed MacDonald Ranch development when they hold their first meeting of 1987 Thursday at 7:30 p.m. MacDonald Ranch is slated to occupy more than 3,000 acres on the southern side of East Lake Mead Drive, and is the brainchild of local developer Richard MacDonald. He is asking the commission to approve a revised master plan for the project. MacDonald and his associates have shifted around the three villages within the development. MacDonald is also requesting an amendment to the city comprehensive plan; he seeks a change in the land use policy plan that will change the desigation of the 3,210 acres from limited service area to a mix of residential, community and neighborhood shopping, tourist commercial, Ught industrial business park and pubUc and semi-public dengnations. Attached to that is a request to designate the entire site as an area of special master plan. The third item on Thursday's agenda requested by MacDonald is an amendment to the master streets and highways plan. He is seeking to realign portions of Horizon Drive and Green Valley Parkway. Also on the agenda is a previously-tabled kem concerning the Cosada Green Valley development. At the last planning commission meeting, the commission continued the request for a planned unit residential development and tentative map review The request is for a 15-acre piece of an overall 51-acre development. The planning department staff said that several potential problems had to be worked out, such as the lack of a public road to the site, and recommended continuing the item on til this week. The commission will also elect their 1987 slate of officers. The cvurent officers are Paul Ruth, chairman, and Chapman Wooten, vice-chairman. Opening from page 1 areas, expanded gift shop, improved restroom faciUties increased and new parking areas, a new arcade and new management offices. Railroad Pass partner David Belding said rooms at the new hotel would be $29 a night, year-roimd, with special "view" rdbms with bay windows for $35 a night and larger suites at $45 a night, and would offer locals an ideal suggestion for visitors who don't want to travel to Las Vegas for lodging. Another extra added into the new Raihroad Pass was excess air conditioning capacity, almost twice as much as needed, according to Belding. He said^ it would make possible an increased exchange of air flow through the building, hopefully keeping cigarette smoke to a minimu m As part of the grand opening festivities Thursday and Friday, the Railroad Pass will be giving away thousands of dollars in cash each day including two midnight $500 cash drawings. Free Keno, single deck 21, double-odds on Craps and free Bingo Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday are always offered at the casino. Also to be featured during the grand opening will be free Champagne and a $2.49 special gourmet dinner buffet with a beverage included. "We want all of Henderson to come and celebrate with us. We've been so pleased with the community's reaction to us and their support, we're very happy to be a part of Henderson," Belding said. Railroad Pass first opened in August 1931, capitalizing on its location and offering Boulder Dam workers a reUef from the Boulder City federal reservation, where gaming and alcohol were outlawed. Its modem revival was spearheaded by Bob Verchota, who purchased it in 1975 and set the property on a modernization program. Current partners Mike Ensign, Bill Richardson and Belding have continued improvements with an extensive remodeling and expansion. Ward realignment, plan change before council by John Dailey Home News Editor The Henderson City (Council may realign wards that determine areas where candidates for city council must live and may approve changes to the master plan for a massive residential development in their Tuesday night meeting tonight. Ward realignment is a biennial concern of cit^r clerk Dorothy Vondenbrink, who must ensure that all four city wards are within five percent real population level of each other. Under the current plan, all four city councilmen will live in their own wards. In 1985, then Councilman Loma Kesterson was realigned outside of the ward from which she was elected. That same year she was elected mayor. The council will also consider a change to the city's comprehensive plan and accompaning zone changes for more than 500 acres of land involved in America Nevada Corporation's River Run residential development. The land is located south of current Green Valley developments and the Union Pacific Raihroad spur. A direction for the city hall project may be given to city NEIGHBORS—Just prior to^Ghris^as, the local chapter of the Royal Neighbors of America donated canned goods and candy-filled itockinga to the Salvation Army Adult Daycare Center. Pictured above are, front row, left to right, Olive Melton, Mary Correll and Alice Henderson. Back row, Captain Ruthann Thomaa of the Salvation Army, Bel Sanner, Rachel Wood. Elizabeth Ingram and Donna Ingram. staff as action and discussion are planned on the city hallUbrary issue. Council may also approve a new master streets and highways priority list and a legislative package in conjunction with the Nevada League of Cities and Clark County. A committee meeting is scheduled for 6:45 p.m. followed by the council's regular meeting at 7 p.m. in city hall chambers at 243 Water Street. Baby from page 1 going to have the rest of my facial structure." Mathewson noted the couple came in about 7 p.m. on Dec. 31. Anthony was present during the whole process, she added. They had taken the child birthing classes offered there. This is the first year Mathewson spent New Year's as the labor and delivery nurse. She had started at St. Rose as a nursing assistant, then became a licensed practical nurse before becom ing a registered nurse. She plans to work on New Years for the rest of her career. View from page l Recently, the Nevada Supreme Court correctly rebuffed the most blatant abuse of the meeting law by a northern county's Board of Supervisors. Under the law, personnel sessions may be closed to the public, however, no action may be taken. This public body wanted both to blame and fire their city manager in secret. Their action was nullified when the Supreme Court said no decisions could be arrived at in closed meeting, that all votes must be mdde before the public. Negotiation is a sticky subject for any pubhc official. Diplomats usually conduct their business in secret, the classic reason for such secrecy being the need to preserve honor and prestige in the face of getting something that neither side sought. Congressmen, Senators and state representatives, for the most part, conduct their most sensitive horse trading in private, either in closed legislative sessions or over a lunch or dinner with lobbyists and concerned parties. CloBod legislative sessions are becoming a joke because of kaken, I brave minions of the government who seek to en32^ their by making themselves desired by reporters. iniyirts BMStiBf between a power broker and a bsiwfit siiikar is quiddy bscoming to method of operation when aseking favw w rriief from governmental power. This is tragic because the whole idea of "sunshine" or open mating laws is to expose the entire decision-making of government to public scrutiny, not merely to require mandatory annoioncement of decisions negotiated and agreed^upon in private. the law seeks, without onerous language or requirements. to bring the discusssion and negotiation that will lead to new rules, ordinances and laws into public view, so that the very reasons those decisions were made may be examined. PriVaite meetings among pubhc officials and private parties continue the erosion of the spirit of open meeting laws. If all negotiations and discussion concerning a proposed governmental action is conducted in private, how is the public to know of whether or not decisions are rightly based or mere efforts to exculpate public officials? Given Nevada's open meeting law, how can officials negotiate and discuss privately? It's relatively simple. The law requires a quorum to constitute any meeting, open or closed. By going in pairs, on some boards trios, county commissioners or city councilmen to not constitute a quorum. Yet, does anyone doubt that public business is not being discussed, that sometimes solutions are being negotiated, only to be announced and ratified at some later pubUc meeting? We don't have to look far for an example. Recently, your city council, sana Councilman Charlotte Yakubik, paired and met Mth publicly-appointed pairs from the Henderson District Public Library Board of Trustees. No doubt that privacy may have made it easier to diffuse this tense situation, but we don't know what else may have been discuased, negotiated or tacitly agreed upon. Worse yet, we will have to depend only on the accounts of these public officials of the meeting, not on an official record or independently reported facts and statements. Nothing illegal was done, but should this practice gain popularity among public officials, we might as well declare the spirit of the Open Meeting Law dead and see it only as another redtape procedural hurdle that government must pass. Knowing sentiments on these matters run high, I welcome re^^. sponse to today'sdiatribe, and hopefully it too can be "Another view." & motmt wmm rm t L emnm ENDERSON M OM_E N Ewa All Independent Newspaper Founded June 1, 1951 Publialwd avcry Tnaadajr and Thunday morning at 22 Water StTMt, Handerton. Navada, 89015 phone S64-1881. MIKE O'CALLAGHAN Publiahcr CAROLYN O'CALLAGHAN Co-Publiahar JOHN DAILEY H3.C. PabUcaUoaa Mlka O'Cillafhao, Praaidtat: Carolyn O'Callaghaa, Vica Praaidant; Tim O'Cailagban. Vica Praaidant; Rutha Daakin. Saeratary; Bob Morgan, Traaaurar. Subaerlption rataa Singia 25caata Oaayaar IIS Six montlu MJtO TknaBMBtba. .17 Mail aubacriptioaa Waat of Miaaiaaippi 120 par yaar •16 for atz montba Eaat of Miaaiaaippi.. .124 par yaar tN far nfai • Mlka Tuesday, January 6, 1987 Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Page S Thomas, Yenticinque announce wedding United MethodiSt VOUth sponsors spaghetti dinner Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Thomas of Henderson recently announced the engagement of their daughter Gwenyth Rae Thomas Gwenyth Rae Thomas to Michael Yenticinque, son of Terry Love. The bride-to-be is currently a senior at Basic High School where she ia involved with the Spanish Club, the Latin Gub and GAA. Her fiance' is employed by Catello Tile and Marble and is a graduate of Rancho High School in Las Vegas. The wedding has been set for Sunday, Jan. 11 at Calvary Lutheran Church in Las Vegas. The ceremony is to be held at 6 p.m. The young couple intends to make their home in Henderson. The United Methodit.t Youth Fdlowship will be sponsorirj a Spaghetti dinner on Sunday, Jan. 11 from 6 p.m. to 7;30 p.m. Make plans to attend while helping the ^outh earn money to furnish their new youth nxMn. The coat of the tickets will be $5 for adults and $2.50 for children under twelve. Everyone in the area is invited and tickets will be on sale at the church. LaPorta named board chairman at St. Rose de Lima by Dale Dombrowski St. Rose de Lima Publicist Lou LaPorta has been named chairman of the St. Rose de Lima Hospital Board of Trustees according to St. Rose de Lima president Sister Juhe Hyer. The election signifies the first ^e in St. Rose de Lima Hospital history that a lay person has assiuned the lead position on the hospital governing board. Previously, the Adrian Dominican Sisters appointed as the hospitals' administrator also served as the board chairman. Sister JuUe noted that the appointment of a lay person as the board chairman serves to distinguish the roll of the uoard chairman from that of the hospital president. A resident of Henderson, LaPorta owns LaPorta Insurance Agency Inc. in Henderson and Las Vegas. Sunday, Jan. 18 from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. the youth will host all the youth from the Las Vegas area United Methodist Churches The United Methodist Youth Fellowship meets on Sunday at 4:dO p.m. and all youth in the area are invited to attend. The Family Life Work Area will host a special program on drug abuse on Sunday, Jan. 15 at 7 p.m. This will be a program that all parents and children shouki attend. The adult choir will have their practice on Wednesday, Jan. 7 at 6:30 p.m^. and the Prayer Circle will meet on Thursday, Jan. 8 at 10 a.m. at the church. The First United Methodist Church is located on Horizon Drive at Truffles Street a short distant from Boulder Highway in the Highland Hills area. Call the pastor at 565-6049 for information about the church program. Water, sewerjmprovement costs 1986 l(ey issue Editor's note: Following is the second in a series of articles recapping some of the main events in Henderson during 1986. by Katharine E, Scott Home News Staff Writer 1 ~ Improvements to the city's water and sewer lines and the method of paying for them were among the key issues in Henderson during the second three months of the year. The city council voted April 15 not to increase property taxes to pay for improvements to the two systems. The action was turned down due to a 1978 commitment to the public not to raise taxes for payment of a bond issue. On May 13, after postponing the issue a week to consider their options, the Henderson City Council approved the placement of three bonds on the September ballot and two other bonds which would be supported by revenues. The council was informed state law requires bond issues go before voters if the project cannot be funded by its own revenues. The three issues placed on the ballot involved street improvements, fire protection and Boulder Highway beautification. The city council approved water and sewer bonds be issued and rates be increased to cover the costs. Citizens were permitted 30 days to protest. The council could have placed the water and sewer issues on the ballot also, but they felt that would have resulted in costing citizens more money. The council took final official action at their regular meeting June 17 when they voted to increase water and sewer rates effective July 1. They also approved a special election be held the same time as the Sept. 2 primary election regarding three other bond questions involving fire protection, street improvements and Boulder Highway beautification. In other action regarding taxes, during a regular recessed meeting April 8 the city council passed a resolution to put a tax increase on the ballots for the Sept. 2 election. If passed, the increase would raise sales taxes a quarter-cent for flood control throughout the county. • April The second quarter of the year began with a memorial service for the wife and son of City Councihnan Carlton Lawrence. Marijane Lawrence, 61, and Richard Alan Lawrence, 36, died withiii months of each other suffering from the same symptoms, esophagal bleeding. Richard died in December in Bellflower, CaUf. and Marijane died March 30 in Las Vegas. Some 150 members of the Great Peace March passed through the western outskirts of Henderson April 10 on their trek from CaUfomia to Washington D.C. They stopped for lunch on Eastern Avenue north of Lake Mead Drive on their way to spend two days at Sunset Park. Basic High School senior Lisa Finney, 17, was crowned the 34th annual Miss Industrial Days April 12. An audience of some 1,500 persons attended the gageant. First runner-up was Leah Fust, 18, and second runner-upjyas Angela Drake, 15. The Industrial Days Parade April 19 had more than 175 entries and was attended by some 25,000 people. The event was the longest and best-attended in its 35-year-hi8tory. Lake Mead fishing guide Al Cieri, author of a weekly Home News sports column, died in surgery April 18. Cieri, 50, also wrote for such national outdoors magazines as Field and Stream A Boulder City man was killed April 28 when his head was run over by a grader at a Green Valley construction site. Mark Adams, grading foreman for Central Grading Company was kneeling down checking the ground when the Caterpillar 14G backed over him. Henderson artist and freelance model Craig Burgwardt w^s judged best overall professional male model at the International Model and Talent Competition in Miami April 22. Also during April, C.P. National gas company reduced its charges by 6.41 percent, dropping the average monthly bill by $2.20. In mid-April the City of Henderson received the nation's highest award for finanical reporting for its comprehensive annual financial report. The certificate of achievement for excellence in financial reporting came from the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada. City Finance Director Steven Hanson was lauded at the April 15 council meeting, where he shared credit with his staf^ iaeluding Thom Powell. Also in mid-April Stauffer ChemicaiCompany's Henderson chlor-alkali manufacturing facility reached five years and two million manhours worked without an on-the-job accident resulting in lost work time. In the middle oi April a wagon train for juvenile, offenders camped on Bureau of l^and Management property near Old Vega§ on Boulder Highway. Vision Quest, with 12 covered wagons, scores of horses and mules and some 50 teenagers spent their weekly two days of rest on the property. They slept in teepees and studied in a school bus that accompanies them. The children and their supervisors left Tucson, Ariz, in January and expected to return by November. Basic High School senior Daniel P. Watkins was named among 1,800 students across the country to receive the National Merit Scholarship. The $2,000 scholarships are allocated on a state representational basis, according to each state's percentage of the total U.S. high school senior class. May On May 1 the city of Henderson filed a protest and motion to intervene with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission regarding a project propwsed by the Colorado River Commission. The document accused the CRC of using "theFERC to thwart the Lake at Las Vegas resort development and thereby promote other resort developments, particularly those on the Colorado River at Laughlin, Nevada." ^ In early May, Janet Clark was appointed director of the Henderson District Public Library. She served four years as the children's librarian and had been acting director since the beginning of the year. On May 9 Henderson police joined state narcotics and federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms agents iji serving a search warrant on a local couple. Jeffery Fredrickson and Tina Marie Fredrickson, both 28, were arrested in their home for narcotics and firearm violations. Officers seized a substance beli!ved to be cocaine, an illegal firearm and large amounts of cash and drug praphernalia. A convicted burglar being transported from Texas to California escaped from a Boulder Highway gas station bn May 13. David Mitchell Hargrove, 33, of Dallas, was being returned to California after receiving a 50-year sentence for armed robbery convictions. He was to serve time in Cahfornia on similar convictions. During his escape the six-foot, two-inch Hardgroves took a .38 caUber revolver belonging to a transporting officer and stole See review page 7 Breast Health Screening [: MAMMOQRAM AND SELF BREAST EXAM are ways to spot Breast Cancer EARLY CALL US TODAY 734-2104 S^EVADA BREAST CENTERI 2I2IE. Flamingo Road 734-2104 I 4 SE/ISONS CLEANERS ni ^2.50 each and PRESS aiLMme ONE PRICE FOR ANY THREE OR MORE QARMENTS PROCESSED IN OUR PLANT AWARDED—Terry Springer left, shipping foreman, recent* \ ly observed his ten year service anniversary with Kert': McGee Chemical Corporation. Terry received a two-diamond' combination tie-tac and pin. Shown congratulating Terry; is supervior of plant technical services and quality control Dick Wohletz. 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Page t Henderson Home Newi, Henderson, Nevada Tuesday, January 6, 1987 Rich MacDonald Developer from page 1 end of the land, with more high-end mountainside homes. Tl|e third section, in the western portion, will be a retirement community and a business-commercial area. Other commercial uses will be sprinkled throughout the project. Other highlights will include a pair of 18-acre resort hotels, modeled after similar facihties in Arizona. Two large "natural preservation parks" are included in the master plan. These will be landscaped areas for picnicing and hiking. Also slated for the project is a motion picture sound stage. If it becomes a reality, it could add to Nevada's already growing film industry. MacDonald and his wife Clara have spent many years and many dollars (though they hesitate to say how much they've spent to date. "I have no idea," Rich said, "as a matter of fact, I hesitate to count it up.") developing the concept for MacDonald Ranch. "We've looked at most projects in Southern CaHfornia and Arizona," MacDonald said. "We have gotten so we can tell who the architect is by looking at it." "It's like a game," adds Clara, with a laugh. Many of the design principles of the proposal have been adapted from things they've seen in California and Arizona communities, and while discussing MacDonald Ranch, he frequently compares some of its features with those of developments in Palm Springs, Calif., Scottsdale, Ariz, and Phoenix, Ariz. One concept he adapted from those communities is the need for lush landscaping. "There are places here where you get a $20 tree every 30 feet with a big boulder in between. That's not quite what you'd call landscaping. Our concept is for first-rate professional landscaping. We're going to landscape quite heavily." The project has already gone through one master plan revision, and MacDonald has stressed the need to maintain flexibility, to adapt to market conditions. MacDonald said he thinks the golf course can be under construction within six months, with residential development beginning 18 months or two years from now. "There is still a lot of engineering work to be done," he said. He is also looking forward to a local improvement district that will string utilities out to Sky Harbor airport. The industrial sites that would be opened up along Lake Mead Drive would benefit'his project, he said, as well as the city. "(This is) a unique enough site, and with the planning that's going into it, I don't think we can miss." MacDonald's partner in the venture is Western Dev(])or, an Arizona-based firm that specializes in highquality commercial developments. Planners consider huge development by Scott Dickensheeti Home NewB Staff Writer The Henderson Planning Commission will consider a trio of items concerning the proposed MacDonald Ranch development when they hold their first meeting of 1987 Thursday at 7:30 p.m. MacDonald Ranch is slated to occupy more than 3,000 acres on the southern side of East Lake Mead Drive, and is the brainchild of local developer Richard MacDonald. He is asking the commission to approve a revised master plan for the project. MacDonald and his associates have shifted around the three villages within the development. MacDonald is also requesting an amendment to the city comprehensive plan; he seeks a change in the land use policy plan that will change the desigation of the 3,210 acres from limited service area to a mix of residential, community and neighborhood shopping, tourist commercial, Ught industrial business park and pubUc and semi-public dengnations. Attached to that is a request to designate the entire site as an area of special master plan. The third item on Thursday's agenda requested by MacDonald is an amendment to the master streets and highways plan. He is seeking to realign portions of Horizon Drive and Green Valley Parkway. Also on the agenda is a previously-tabled kem concerning the Cosada Green Valley development. At the last planning commission meeting, the commission continued the request for a planned unit residential development and tentative map review The request is for a 15-acre piece of an overall 51-acre development. The planning department staff said that several potential problems had to be worked out, such as the lack of a public road to the site, and recommended continuing the item on til this week. The commission will also elect their 1987 slate of officers. The cvurent officers are Paul Ruth, chairman, and Chapman Wooten, vice-chairman. Opening from page 1 areas, expanded gift shop, improved restroom faciUties increased and new parking areas, a new arcade and new management offices. Railroad Pass partner David Belding said rooms at the new hotel would be $29 a night, year-roimd, with special "view" rdbms with bay windows for $35 a night and larger suites at $45 a night, and would offer locals an ideal suggestion for visitors who don't want to travel to Las Vegas for lodging. Another extra added into the new Raihroad Pass was excess air conditioning capacity, almost twice as much as needed, according to Belding. He said^ it would make possible an increased exchange of air flow through the building, hopefully keeping cigarette smoke to a minimu m As part of the grand opening festivities Thursday and Friday, the Railroad Pass will be giving away thousands of dollars in cash each day including two midnight $500 cash drawings. Free Keno, single deck 21, double-odds on Craps and free Bingo Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday are always offered at the casino. Also to be featured during the grand opening will be free Champagne and a $2.49 special gourmet dinner buffet with a beverage included. "We want all of Henderson to come and celebrate with us. We've been so pleased with the community's reaction to us and their support, we're very happy to be a part of Henderson," Belding said. Railroad Pass first opened in August 1931, capitalizing on its location and offering Boulder Dam workers a reUef from the Boulder City federal reservation, where gaming and alcohol were outlawed. Its modem revival was spearheaded by Bob Verchota, who purchased it in 1975 and set the property on a modernization program. Current partners Mike Ensign, Bill Richardson and Belding have continued improvements with an extensive remodeling and expansion. Ward realignment, plan change before council by John Dailey Home News Editor The Henderson City (Council may realign wards that determine areas where candidates for city council must live and may approve changes to the master plan for a massive residential development in their Tuesday night meeting tonight. Ward realignment is a biennial concern of cit^r clerk Dorothy Vondenbrink, who must ensure that all four city wards are within five percent real population level of each other. Under the current plan, all four city councilmen will live in their own wards. In 1985, then Councilman Loma Kesterson was realigned outside of the ward from which she was elected. That same year she was elected mayor. The council will also consider a change to the city's comprehensive plan and accompaning zone changes for more than 500 acres of land involved in America Nevada Corporation's River Run residential development. The land is located south of current Green Valley developments and the Union Pacific Raihroad spur. A direction for the city hall project may be given to city NEIGHBORS—Just prior to^Ghris^as, the local chapter of the Royal Neighbors of America donated canned goods and candy-filled itockinga to the Salvation Army Adult Daycare Center. Pictured above are, front row, left to right, Olive Melton, Mary Correll and Alice Henderson. Back row, Captain Ruthann Thomaa of the Salvation Army, Bel Sanner, Rachel Wood. Elizabeth Ingram and Donna Ingram. staff as action and discussion are planned on the city hallUbrary issue. Council may also approve a new master streets and highways priority list and a legislative package in conjunction with the Nevada League of Cities and Clark County. A committee meeting is scheduled for 6:45 p.m. followed by the council's regular meeting at 7 p.m. in city hall chambers at 243 Water Street. Baby from page 1 going to have the rest of my facial structure." Mathewson noted the couple came in about 7 p.m. on Dec. 31. Anthony was present during the whole process, she added. They had taken the child birthing classes offered there. This is the first year Mathewson spent New Year's as the labor and delivery nurse. She had started at St. Rose as a nursing assistant, then became a licensed practical nurse before becom ing a registered nurse. She plans to work on New Years for the rest of her career. View from page l Recently, the Nevada Supreme Court correctly rebuffed the most blatant abuse of the meeting law by a northern county's Board of Supervisors. Under the law, personnel sessions may be closed to the public, however, no action may be taken. This public body wanted both to blame and fire their city manager in secret. Their action was nullified when the Supreme Court said no decisions could be arrived at in closed meeting, that all votes must be mdde before the public. Negotiation is a sticky subject for any pubhc official. Diplomats usually conduct their business in secret, the classic reason for such secrecy being the need to preserve honor and prestige in the face of getting something that neither side sought. Congressmen, Senators and state representatives, for the most part, conduct their most sensitive horse trading in private, either in closed legislative sessions or over a lunch or dinner with lobbyists and concerned parties. CloBod legislative sessions are becoming a joke because of kaken, I brave minions of the government who seek to en32^ their by making themselves desired by reporters. iniyirts BMStiBf between a power broker and a bsiwfit siiikar is quiddy bscoming to method of operation when aseking favw w rriief from governmental power. This is tragic because the whole idea of "sunshine" or open mating laws is to expose the entire decision-making of government to public scrutiny, not merely to require mandatory annoioncement of decisions negotiated and agreed^upon in private. the law seeks, without onerous language or requirements. to bring the discusssion and negotiation that will lead to new rules, ordinances and laws into public view, so that the very reasons those decisions were made may be examined. PriVaite meetings among pubhc officials and private parties continue the erosion of the spirit of open meeting laws. If all negotiations and discussion concerning a proposed governmental action is conducted in private, how is the public to know of whether or not decisions are rightly based or mere efforts to exculpate public officials? Given Nevada's open meeting law, how can officials negotiate and discuss privately? It's relatively simple. The law requires a quorum to constitute any meeting, open or closed. By going in pairs, on some boards trios, county commissioners or city councilmen to not constitute a quorum. Yet, does anyone doubt that public business is not being discussed, that sometimes solutions are being negotiated, only to be announced and ratified at some later pubUc meeting? We don't have to look far for an example. Recently, your city council, sana Councilman Charlotte Yakubik, paired and met Mth publicly-appointed pairs from the Henderson District Public Library Board of Trustees. No doubt that privacy may have made it easier to diffuse this tense situation, but we don't know what else may have been discuased, negotiated or tacitly agreed upon. Worse yet, we will have to depend only on the accounts of these public officials of the meeting, not on an official record or independently reported facts and statements. Nothing illegal was done, but should this practice gain popularity among public officials, we might as well declare the spirit of the Open Meeting Law dead and see it only as another redtape procedural hurdle that government must pass. Knowing sentiments on these matters run high, I welcome re^^. sponse to today'sdiatribe, and hopefully it too can be "Another view." & motmt wmm rm t L emnm ENDERSON M OM_E N Ewa All Independent Newspaper Founded June 1, 1951 Publialwd avcry Tnaadajr and Thunday morning at 22 Water StTMt, Handerton. Navada, 89015 phone S64-1881. MIKE O'CALLAGHAN Publiahcr CAROLYN O'CALLAGHAN Co-Publiahar JOHN DAILEY H3.C. PabUcaUoaa Mlka O'Cillafhao, Praaidtat: Carolyn O'Callaghaa, Vica Praaidant; Tim O'Cailagban. Vica Praaidant; Rutha Daakin. Saeratary; Bob Morgan, Traaaurar. Subaerlption rataa Singia 25caata Oaayaar IIS Six montlu MJtO TknaBMBtba. .17 Mail aubacriptioaa Waat of Miaaiaaippi 120 par yaar •16 for atz montba Eaat of Miaaiaaippi.. .124 par yaar tN far nfai • Mlka Tuesday, January 6, 1987 Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Page S Thomas, Yenticinque announce wedding United MethodiSt VOUth sponsors spaghetti dinner Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Thomas of Henderson recently announced the engagement of their daughter Gwenyth Rae Thomas Gwenyth Rae Thomas to Michael Yenticinque, son of Terry Love. The bride-to-be is currently a senior at Basic High School where she ia involved with the Spanish Club, the Latin Gub and GAA. Her fiance' is employed by Catello Tile and Marble and is a graduate of Rancho High School in Las Vegas. The wedding has been set for Sunday, Jan. 11 at Calvary Lutheran Church in Las Vegas. The ceremony is to be held at 6 p.m. The young couple intends to make their home in Henderson. The United Methodit.t Youth Fdlowship will be sponsorirj a Spaghetti dinner on Sunday, Jan. 11 from 6 p.m. to 7;30 p.m. Make plans to attend while helping the ^outh earn money to furnish their new youth nxMn. The coat of the tickets will be $5 for adults and $2.50 for children under twelve. Everyone in the area is invited and tickets will be on sale at the church. LaPorta named board chairman at St. Rose de Lima by Dale Dombrowski St. Rose de Lima Publicist Lou LaPorta has been named chairman of the St. Rose de Lima Hospital Board of Trustees according to St. Rose de Lima president Sister Juhe Hyer. The election signifies the first ^e in St. Rose de Lima Hospital history that a lay person has assiuned the lead position on the hospital governing board. Previously, the Adrian Dominican Sisters appointed as the hospitals' administrator also served as the board chairman. Sister JuUe noted that the appointment of a lay person as the board chairman serves to distinguish the roll of the uoard chairman from that of the hospital president. A resident of Henderson, LaPorta owns LaPorta Insurance Agency Inc. in Henderson and Las Vegas. Sunday, Jan. 18 from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. the youth will host all the youth from the Las Vegas area United Methodist Churches The United Methodist Youth Fellowship meets on Sunday at 4:dO p.m. and all youth in the area are invited to attend. The Family Life Work Area will host a special program on drug abuse on Sunday, Jan. 15 at 7 p.m. This will be a program that all parents and children shouki attend. The adult choir will have their practice on Wednesday, Jan. 7 at 6:30 p.m^. and the Prayer Circle will meet on Thursday, Jan. 8 at 10 a.m. at the church. The First United Methodist Church is located on Horizon Drive at Truffles Street a short distant from Boulder Highway in the Highland Hills area. Call the pastor at 565-6049 for information about the church program. Water, sewerjmprovement costs 1986 l(ey issue Editor's note: Following is the second in a series of articles recapping some of the main events in Henderson during 1986. by Katharine E, Scott Home News Staff Writer 1 ~ Improvements to the city's water and sewer lines and the method of paying for them were among the key issues in Henderson during the second three months of the year. The city council voted April 15 not to increase property taxes to pay for improvements to the two systems. The action was turned down due to a 1978 commitment to the public not to raise taxes for payment of a bond issue. On May 13, after postponing the issue a week to consider their options, the Henderson City Council approved the placement of three bonds on the September ballot and two other bonds which would be supported by revenues. The council was informed state law requires bond issues go before voters if the project cannot be funded by its own revenues. The three issues placed on the ballot involved street improvements, fire protection and Boulder Highway beautification. The city council approved water and sewer bonds be issued and rates be increased to cover the costs. Citizens were permitted 30 days to protest. The council could have placed the water and sewer issues on the ballot also, but they felt that would have resulted in costing citizens more money. The council took final official action at their regular meeting June 17 when they voted to increase water and sewer rates effective July 1. They also approved a special election be held the same time as the Sept. 2 primary election regarding three other bond questions involving fire protection, street improvements and Boulder Highway beautification. In other action regarding taxes, during a regular recessed meeting April 8 the city council passed a resolution to put a tax increase on the ballots for the Sept. 2 election. If passed, the increase would raise sales taxes a quarter-cent for flood control throughout the county. • April The second quarter of the year began with a memorial service for the wife and son of City Councihnan Carlton Lawrence. Marijane Lawrence, 61, and Richard Alan Lawrence, 36, died withiii months of each other suffering from the same symptoms, esophagal bleeding. Richard died in December in Bellflower, CaUf. and Marijane died March 30 in Las Vegas. Some 150 members of the Great Peace March passed through the western outskirts of Henderson April 10 on their trek from CaUfomia to Washington D.C. They stopped for lunch on Eastern Avenue north of Lake Mead Drive on their way to spend two days at Sunset Park. Basic High School senior Lisa Finney, 17, was crowned the 34th annual Miss Industrial Days April 12. An audience of some 1,500 persons attended the gageant. First runner-up was Leah Fust, 18, and second runner-upjyas Angela Drake, 15. The Industrial Days Parade April 19 had more than 175 entries and was attended by some 25,000 people. The event was the longest and best-attended in its 35-year-hi8tory. Lake Mead fishing guide Al Cieri, author of a weekly Home News sports column, died in surgery April 18. Cieri, 50, also wrote for such national outdoors magazines as Field and Stream A Boulder City man was killed April 28 when his head was run over by a grader at a Green Valley construction site. Mark Adams, grading foreman for Central Grading Company was kneeling down checking the ground when the Caterpillar 14G backed over him. Henderson artist and freelance model Craig Burgwardt w^s judged best overall professional male model at the International Model and Talent Competition in Miami April 22. Also during April, C.P. National gas company reduced its charges by 6.41 percent, dropping the average monthly bill by $2.20. In mid-April the City of Henderson received the nation's highest award for finanical reporting for its comprehensive annual financial report. The certificate of achievement for excellence in financial reporting came from the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada. City Finance Director Steven Hanson was lauded at the April 15 council meeting, where he shared credit with his staf^ iaeluding Thom Powell. Also in mid-April Stauffer ChemicaiCompany's Henderson chlor-alkali manufacturing facility reached five years and two million manhours worked without an on-the-job accident resulting in lost work time. In the middle oi April a wagon train for juvenile, offenders camped on Bureau of l^and Management property near Old Vega§ on Boulder Highway. Vision Quest, with 12 covered wagons, scores of horses and mules and some 50 teenagers spent their weekly two days of rest on the property. They slept in teepees and studied in a school bus that accompanies them. The children and their supervisors left Tucson, Ariz, in January and expected to return by November. Basic High School senior Daniel P. Watkins was named among 1,800 students across the country to receive the National Merit Scholarship. The $2,000 scholarships are allocated on a state representational basis, according to each state's percentage of the total U.S. high school senior class. May On May 1 the city of Henderson filed a protest and motion to intervene with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission regarding a project propwsed by the Colorado River Commission. The document accused the CRC of using "theFERC to thwart the Lake at Las Vegas resort development and thereby promote other resort developments, particularly those on the Colorado River at Laughlin, Nevada." ^ In early May, Janet Clark was appointed director of the Henderson District Public Library. She served four years as the children's librarian and had been acting director since the beginning of the year. On May 9 Henderson police joined state narcotics and federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms agents iji serving a search warrant on a local couple. Jeffery Fredrickson and Tina Marie Fredrickson, both 28, were arrested in their home for narcotics and firearm violations. Officers seized a substance beli!ved to be cocaine, an illegal firearm and large amounts of cash and drug praphernalia. A convicted burglar being transported from Texas to California escaped from a Boulder Highway gas station bn May 13. David Mitchell Hargrove, 33, of Dallas, was being returned to California after receiving a 50-year sentence for armed robbery convictions. He was to serve time in Cahfornia on similar convictions. During his escape the six-foot, two-inch Hardgroves took a .38 caUber revolver belonging to a transporting officer and stole See review page 7 Breast Health Screening [: MAMMOQRAM AND SELF BREAST EXAM are ways to spot Breast Cancer EARLY CALL US TODAY 734-2104 S^EVADA BREAST CENTERI 2I2IE. Flamingo Road 734-2104 I 4 SE/ISONS CLEANERS ni ^2.50 each and PRESS aiLMme ONE PRICE FOR ANY THREE OR MORE QARMENTS PROCESSED IN OUR PLANT AWARDED—Terry Springer left, shipping foreman, recent* \ ly observed his ten year service anniversary with Kert': McGee Chemical Corporation. Terry received a two-diamond' combination tie-tac and pin. Shown congratulating Terry; is supervior of plant technical services and quality control Dick Wohletz. 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Page 4 Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Tuesday, January 6, 1987 Tuesday, January 6, 1987 Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Page | Child abuse program presented St. Rose de Lima conducts orientation by Sister Npreen McKeough Director of Volunteer Services Adults with some free time to give as hospital volunteers are invited to orientatiion on Wednesday, Jan. 7 at St. Rose de Lima. The class will begin in conference room I at 9 a.m. and will end at noon. Helpers are needed in many non-clinical areas at the hospital, but volunteers in Lifeline are urgently requesting assistance in that program. Also, there is need for additional staff assistance weekdays from 4 to 8 p.m. and on weekends. Pre-registration is recommended but not required for ^mentation. For further information, call Sister Noreen at 564-2622 between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. weekdays. UNLV presents early studies night Valley and Chapparal High School students and their parents are invited to attend UNLVs Early Studies Night, set for Jan. 7 at 7 p.m. at Chapparal High School in room 116. Director of UPrt^V's Academic Advising and Resources Center Dr. James R. Kitchen and AARC advisors Sandra Williams and Anita Stockbauer will explain the early studies program, which gives students a chance to earn college credits while still attending high school. The early studies program is open to high-school Bophomoree, juniors and senior^ who meet certain grade point average and credit criteria. For more information call 739-3177. Births announced at St. Rose de Lima Hospital LISTEN CLOSE—Laura Aird and Sandy Crawford of WE CAN (Worldng to EUnjinate Child Abuse and Neglect) present the "Taking Care of Me" program to the children at Henderson Day Care Center. The program is a safety program designed to teach children to keep themselves safe from child sexual abuse or sexual exploitation. This program is offered by WE CAN to help prevent child abuse by teaching children to say no, get away, and to tell a trusted adult when something happens to them that they feel uncomfortable about. Births for the last part of December included five boys and four girls. Dec. 22: Stephanie and David Downie a boy and Theresa and Stanley Powell a girl, Dec. 23: Lory and Steven Holdaway a boy, Mary and Paul Maziar a girfand Lori and David Javier a boy. Dec. 25: Robin and Adam Adamson a girl. Locals' son completes basic training _^ Pvt. Donald S. Lewis, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Lewis of Henderson has completed basic training at Fort Bliss, Texas according to a recent release from the Army and Air Force Hometown News Service. During the training, students received instruction in drill and ceremonies, weapons, map reading, tactics, military courtesy, military justice, first aid and Army history and traditions. He is a 1980 graduate of Washoe High School in Reno. Dec. -29: Michelle and Melvin Adcox a boy, Pamela and Philip Grabhom a girl and Shirley and Randolph Tickner a boy. Four million tons of hydrogen dust are destroyed on the sun every second. The precise center of the North American continent is in Rugby, North Dakota. Boyd Group plays Santa by Kathy Esptn Boyd Group Publicist The Boyd Group played Santa for Las Vegas children living in 2.50 foster homes by donating excess gifts from the children's Christmas parties at the company's re.sorts to the State Welfare Division. "This has really lifted spirits around here," said Stuart Fredlund, assistant district office manager of the local welfare division. "We are all super excited about it." The agency is charged with placing abused and neglected children in foster homes and monitoring their welfare. The gifts, 200 backpack bears. 180 designer watches, 528 Christmas stockings and six cases of cookies, vrived at the agency on Tuesday before Christmas, just in time for delivery to the families by case workers on Christmas Eve. The presents were donated by the Cahfornia Hotel, Casino and RV Park.Sam's Town Hotel, Gambling Hall and Fowling Center, the Stardust Hotel and Casino and Sam Boyd's Fremont Hotel and Casino. Betty Couchigian, director of corporate purchasing, and Jim Hippler, director of human resources, coordinated the donations. "This was really a blessing as far as we are concerned," said Fredlund. "Until we got these gifts, we didn't have anything to give the children." • In Laughlin, approximately 100 backpacks and 100 watches along with stocking and cookies, were donated to needy families in the area through Angel Tree, a service organization based in Kingman, Ariz, from Sam's Town Gold River Hotel and Casino. The Boyd Group's river resort also held a Christmas party for the 200 students of the new Laughlin School and donated $500* for science equipment. "It gives us a lot of pleasure to be able to return something to this community that has been so good to us," said Boyd Group president Bill Boyd. HOMEOWNER LOANS *5,O0OT.*25O,000.r.. Nevada First Thrift tax deductibie homeowner loan can provide the cash you need...(1ST AND 2'NDS) • TAX ADVANTAGE — The new tax law permits you to deduct your interest on your home loan, but not on most other consumer debt. A good tax break that gives you dollars you can put to good use. • FAST — Most home loans are approved within a few days after receipt of your application. • GUARANTEED RATE The rate we promised at time of approval is the rate you pay. Not 1$ more! NEVADA FIRST t=J Gary Garcia, Manager THRIFT HENDERSON 65 West Lalce Mead Dr. 565-8987 PRESENTS—Las VegaB foster children are shown receiving some of the many gifts donated to the state welfare division by the Boyd Group Photo courtMy of the LM V^W News Bureau. THE AFFORDABLE COMFORTS CP NATIONAL reminds you of all the good ~ things around the home energized by Natural Gas. • A Natural Gas furnace heats the whole house fasted. • A Gas Range provides Instant on-instant off, infinitely variable heat. • A Gas Hot Water Heater features faster Recovery Time.. .Is more economical. • Clothes Drying in a Gas Clothes Dryer is faster. • Swim longer, enjoy your SPA more with GAS heating. CP NATIONAL also belietfes that these comforts and conveniences sfiould be. AFFORDABLE. If you share that thotight — call us. Ask atwut CP National's finance program II you are remodeling or building, now is the time to install that highlficiency heating system :->^^?^)*--': :f0lf^' EASY LAY UP-Guard Danny Carvalho goes in for two f his game-high 16 points against Chula Vista Wednesday. ...^le: GUI SIDE SHOT—Scott Robinson scored 11 in Basic's 69^1 victory over Chula Vista Wednesday at Point Loma High School in San Diego. TIME OUT-Basic coach John Williams aasurad victory over Chula VisU High with two late time ouU. Baaicwoii<|. ^1^

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Page 4 Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Tuesday, January 6, 1987 Tuesday, January 6, 1987 Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Page | Child abuse program presented St. Rose de Lima conducts orientation by Sister Npreen McKeough Director of Volunteer Services Adults with some free time to give as hospital volunteers are invited to orientatiion on Wednesday, Jan. 7 at St. Rose de Lima. The class will begin in conference room I at 9 a.m. and will end at noon. Helpers are needed in many non-clinical areas at the hospital, but volunteers in Lifeline are urgently requesting assistance in that program. Also, there is need for additional staff assistance weekdays from 4 to 8 p.m. and on weekends. Pre-registration is recommended but not required for ^mentation. For further information, call Sister Noreen at 564-2622 between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. weekdays. UNLV presents early studies night Valley and Chapparal High School students and their parents are invited to attend UNLVs Early Studies Night, set for Jan. 7 at 7 p.m. at Chapparal High School in room 116. Director of UPrt^V's Academic Advising and Resources Center Dr. James R. Kitchen and AARC advisors Sandra Williams and Anita Stockbauer will explain the early studies program, which gives students a chance to earn college credits while still attending high school. The early studies program is open to high-school Bophomoree, juniors and senior^ who meet certain grade point average and credit criteria. For more information call 739-3177. Births announced at St. Rose de Lima Hospital LISTEN CLOSE—Laura Aird and Sandy Crawford of WE CAN (Worldng to EUnjinate Child Abuse and Neglect) present the "Taking Care of Me" program to the children at Henderson Day Care Center. The program is a safety program designed to teach children to keep themselves safe from child sexual abuse or sexual exploitation. This program is offered by WE CAN to help prevent child abuse by teaching children to say no, get away, and to tell a trusted adult when something happens to them that they feel uncomfortable about. Births for the last part of December included five boys and four girls. Dec. 22: Stephanie and David Downie a boy and Theresa and Stanley Powell a girl, Dec. 23: Lory and Steven Holdaway a boy, Mary and Paul Maziar a girfand Lori and David Javier a boy. Dec. 25: Robin and Adam Adamson a girl. Locals' son completes basic training _^ Pvt. Donald S. Lewis, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Lewis of Henderson has completed basic training at Fort Bliss, Texas according to a recent release from the Army and Air Force Hometown News Service. During the training, students received instruction in drill and ceremonies, weapons, map reading, tactics, military courtesy, military justice, first aid and Army history and traditions. He is a 1980 graduate of Washoe High School in Reno. Dec. -29: Michelle and Melvin Adcox a boy, Pamela and Philip Grabhom a girl and Shirley and Randolph Tickner a boy. Four million tons of hydrogen dust are destroyed on the sun every second. The precise center of the North American continent is in Rugby, North Dakota. Boyd Group plays Santa by Kathy Esptn Boyd Group Publicist The Boyd Group played Santa for Las Vegas children living in 2.50 foster homes by donating excess gifts from the children's Christmas parties at the company's re.sorts to the State Welfare Division. "This has really lifted spirits around here," said Stuart Fredlund, assistant district office manager of the local welfare division. "We are all super excited about it." The agency is charged with placing abused and neglected children in foster homes and monitoring their welfare. The gifts, 200 backpack bears. 180 designer watches, 528 Christmas stockings and six cases of cookies, vrived at the agency on Tuesday before Christmas, just in time for delivery to the families by case workers on Christmas Eve. The presents were donated by the Cahfornia Hotel, Casino and RV Park.Sam's Town Hotel, Gambling Hall and Fowling Center, the Stardust Hotel and Casino and Sam Boyd's Fremont Hotel and Casino. Betty Couchigian, director of corporate purchasing, and Jim Hippler, director of human resources, coordinated the donations. "This was really a blessing as far as we are concerned," said Fredlund. "Until we got these gifts, we didn't have anything to give the children." • In Laughlin, approximately 100 backpacks and 100 watches along with stocking and cookies, were donated to needy families in the area through Angel Tree, a service organization based in Kingman, Ariz, from Sam's Town Gold River Hotel and Casino. The Boyd Group's river resort also held a Christmas party for the 200 students of the new Laughlin School and donated $500* for science equipment. "It gives us a lot of pleasure to be able to return something to this community that has been so good to us," said Boyd Group president Bill Boyd. HOMEOWNER LOANS *5,O0OT.*25O,000.r.. Nevada First Thrift tax deductibie homeowner loan can provide the cash you need...(1ST AND 2'NDS) • TAX ADVANTAGE — The new tax law permits you to deduct your interest on your home loan, but not on most other consumer debt. A good tax break that gives you dollars you can put to good use. • FAST — Most home loans are approved within a few days after receipt of your application. • GUARANTEED RATE The rate we promised at time of approval is the rate you pay. Not 1$ more! NEVADA FIRST t=J Gary Garcia, Manager THRIFT HENDERSON 65 West Lalce Mead Dr. 565-8987 PRESENTS—Las VegaB foster children are shown receiving some of the many gifts donated to the state welfare division by the Boyd Group Photo courtMy of the LM V^W News Bureau. THE AFFORDABLE COMFORTS CP NATIONAL reminds you of all the good ~ things around the home energized by Natural Gas. • A Natural Gas furnace heats the whole house fasted. • A Gas Range provides Instant on-instant off, infinitely variable heat. • A Gas Hot Water Heater features faster Recovery Time.. .Is more economical. • Clothes Drying in a Gas Clothes Dryer is faster. • Swim longer, enjoy your SPA more with GAS heating. CP NATIONAL also belietfes that these comforts and conveniences sfiould be. AFFORDABLE. If you share that thotight — call us. Ask atwut CP National's finance program II you are remodeling or building, now is the time to install that highlficiency heating system :->^^?^)*--': :f0lf^' EASY LAY UP-Guard Danny Carvalho goes in for two f his game-high 16 points against Chula Vista Wednesday. ...^le: GUI SIDE SHOT—Scott Robinson scored 11 in Basic's 69^1 victory over Chula Vista Wednesday at Point Loma High School in San Diego. TIME OUT-Basic coach John Williams aasurad victory over Chula VisU High with two late time ouU. Baaicwoii<|. ^1^

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Tuesday, January 6, 1987 Henderson Home News, Henderson Nevada Page 7 Page 6 Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada' Tuesday, January 6, 1987 ji-% ^^ Century 21 backs Basic High drug awareness program mm' t; Ron and Candee Brady, owners of Cantury 21 Realty Henderson, put their money where their mouth is on the drug imw among Bask High School students. Recently they sponsored the Listen Crusade against Drug Abuse Program to the tenth grade health class at Basic HigR School. "It is just a case of trying to help where we can" states Brady. The Listen drug awareness program consists of the monthly LdateD magazine, teaching guides, films, visual aids, pamphlets and other motivational materials. All are designed to help solve the epidemic use of drugs, alcohol and tobacco among young people. Don Taylor, assistant principal at Basic states, "Our teachers are very enthusiastic about the possibilities of enriching their units on drug and alcohol abuse with Kood supplementary materials." Seven Las Vegas area sdMMJs are currently using this unique teaching program. Additional schools that have requested the program and will be added as sponsor dollars permit. For adffitienfif information on h 7IW your school busineeS or service organization can become involved, please contact area diredw Dori Rogers at 293-1712 or 877-9211. ALL-TOURNEY TEAM—Basic's Darrell Greene scored 14 Wednesday and was named to the Peninsula Classic's alltournament team. "^' Sierra Nevada wrestling Lalonde finishes fourth In Reno by Paul Szydelko Home News Sports Editor Albert Lalonde's fourth place finish in the 105-pound division was Basic's only bright spot in last week's Sierra Nevada wrestling tournament at Reno. Lalonde finished with a 4-2 record in the 40-team. two-day tournament. Heavyweight Pat Petrie won two matches before a shoulder injury in final seconds of the quarterfinals put him out of the tournament. It was another tough learning experience for the Wolves, said coach Jim Duschen. "You have to wrestle the best to be the best," Duschen said. "You got to rise to it or you don't. I don't see anything positive in scheduling easy opponents." The Chaparral Invitational, in which 'Basic finished a surprising second, "didn't have' much carry-over value because it was a totally different environment (in Reno)," Duschen said. The Wolves next face Western at home Thursday at 7:30 p.m. The junior varsity dual meet starts at 6 p.m. 'by Ron Copeland Elics Club Publicist Three boys and three girls, ages eight to 13, won the first round of comf)etition in the "Elks Hoop Call HPRD Leisure line Bored with nothing to do? Call the Henderson Parks and Recreation Departments Leisure Line. Where one can find out all the upcoming events the HPRD has to offer everyone. Activities range from Sunday • afternoon concerts to turkey shoots, seminars, parties and the latest classes being offered. Say goodby to boredom. Call the Leisure Line at 565-2134. .. s Diabetes Association Support Group to meet Jan. 8 The American Diabetes Association Support Group will meet on Jan. 8 at 7 p.m. at Valley Hospital Medical Center, classroom D and E. The meeting will offer an opportunity to update everyone's understanding of diabetes and is open to all diabetics, family members and other interested persons. For more information call 459-7099 or 388-4688. 145-POUND DIVISION—Basic's Arthur Romero wrestles Las Vegas High's Jesse Newman in a Dec. 18 dual meet at Las Vegas. Romero lost 15-6 as Las Vegas went ahead to stay. ^ W^ Need insurance for your home, car, life, boat or RV? CaU us! We have the right coverage for all your needs /lllstate* Dale Johnson Kent Johnscm AJbuu Lih laanBct Cmfaj NaftUrak. IliMH 30 Water St. Suite D Henderson, Nevada 564-7775 Shoot" free throw contest at the Henderson Boys apd Girls Club recently. The six h&ve been named Hendersoji City champions. Kevin Compton, Jenifer Cooper, Donald Oettinger, Angela Rollins, Wesley Reed and Michelle Aiirez. First place trophies will be awarded to one boy and one girl in each of three categories ages eight to nine, 10 to 12 and 12 to 13. The six champions now advance to the district contest at Las Vegas on Jan. 17, where they will compete with other winners from throughout the area. The "Elks Hoop Shoot," which .started as a local program by Corvallis, Oregon Elks in 1946, is now in its fifteenth year of national competition. Over three million boys and f(irls are expected to participate this year. CELEBRATION—Danny Carvalho, Brook England, Scott gula Classic Wednesday afternoon in San Diego. Robinson and Glen Walden celebrate after vnnning the Penin'Elks Hoop Shoot' champions crowned COPY CENTER AT MANPOWER COPIES COLLATING • STAPLING • COVERS PROFESSIONAL TYPING • DRILLING BINDING CHILI CHAMPION—Jay L)n Thompson of Panorama City, Calif., defeated 207 rival* to win $3,600 and a trophy in the eleventh annual Nevada State Championship Chili co6koti at Circus Circus Hotel and Casino. Celebrating the victory are from left to right, Circua Circus ductor of marketing Tom Tomlinsan; champion Thompson; his assistant Gus O'Brien; Ed Hogg of the International Chili Society; and Mel Larson corporate vice president for Qrcus Circus Enterprises, Inc. Thompson will represent Nevada in the 1987 world championships. Photo courtesy of Lag, Vegt News Bureau. PER COPY 565-5554 320 SOUTH BOULDER HIGHWAY HENDERSON BETWEEN W^DY'S AND ARBY'S HONORED—Bobby Spillers, center-right, steam plant operator with ammonium perchlorate, recently completed 20 years of service with Kerr-McGee Chemical Corporation. Bobby received a four-diamond combination tie-tac and pin. Congratulating Bobby are from left to right, plant manager Rolfe Chase; manager of operations Pat Corbett; and superintendent of ammonium perchlorate operations Bill Taylor. WINNING PERFORMANCE-The Bonner Family of Cucamonga, CaUf., defeated 14 rival bands to win first place, $1,000, and a trophy at a Country Music Contest this weekend at Circus Circus Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas. The event accompanied the eleventh annual Nevada Championship Chili Cookoff, which drew 208 contestants to the midStrip resort. Edith and Jim Bonner and their four children reached the national charts with their recording of "Blue Moon of Kentucky," and their second single, "Ribbon of Darkness," will be released in January. Comprising the group arf from left to right, Theresa on keyboard, lead singer and tambourine player Edith, drummer Kenneth, Jimmie on bass, and leader and organist Jim. The four-man Cumberland River Band of Nashville, Tenn., captured second place honors, for $250 and a plaque. ^ Photo courtrsy of Las Vegai News Bureau. Tha aardvarfc 9ti its nama from tlia Dutch for' somawhat pig-like, but it's not related. earth pig." It's nose looka Indoor Air Is your home polluted? Fact is, indoor air pollution levels are often 10 times those of outdoor levels. That's especially troublesome since most people spend up to 90 percent of their time indoors. Good reason, say experts, to take a look at the air filters on your central air conditioning and/ or home heating system. Review from page 3 the transport vehicle. He was caught at Echo Bay May 16. On May 20 the Henderson City Council approved a bid which came some $17,000 more than budgeted to build a police transmitter building. Police informed council the revamping of the city's conununications systems hinged on constructing that building. The East Leg Freeway that will eventually connect Henderson to Las Vegas came another step closer with the May 23 opening of the section ending at Flamingo Road. Also on May 23, a 32-year-old Gothic Landscaping employee was killed at a Green Valley construction site. He died while iatterapting to repair a hydrauhcs system under the bed of a dumi truck. On May 27 police arrested on three kidnapping counts a man in jail on an unrelated charge. Carmine Michael Caruso, 28, was charged with one count of first degree kidnapping and two counts of attempted kidnapping stemming from three separate incidents May 17 and 24. Caruso was suspected in the kidnapping of a four-year-old girl and the attempted kidnappings of a 15-year-old girl and a ten-year-old girl. The preschooler was found five blocks from her home by her • father and a neighbor who pursued the suspect's vehicle. A man who had recently moved to Henderson from Montana was killed May 26 when his car was hit in the rear by a vehicle driven by a man from Oklahoma. Donald Franklin Horacek, 35, was ejected as his car rpUed over twice on Lake Mead Drive and Navajo Drive. Frank Wade Urban was cited for driver inattention. The May 21 shooting death of a Henderson resident in Las Vegas was found to be justifiable homicide by a coroner's jury May 30. The five-woman, two-man jury deliberated about 20 minutes before fmding the the death of 34-year-old Pete Arthur Crespin by a Las Vegas Metropolitan Police officer v^^as justifiable. Crespin was shot by 28-year-old Martin Lehtinen after the officer was struck by Crespin's Toyota station wagon during an undercover drug investigation. June Beginning June 1 rates for Nevada Power Company were reduced one percent. The average bill went down about 61 cents per month. At their June 3 meeting the city council approved salary increases for those to be voted into office at the next election. The pay was increased to $11,500 from $6,000. However, the pay had been increased before the 1985 elections so that the councilman elected that year receives $9,000. The mayor's salary was raised to $11,250 at that tinlfe. In addition, the municipal court judge's salary was increased from $23,400 to $35,000. In certjmonies at the Henderson Armory June 8 the First BattaUon, 221st Armor of the Nevada Army National Guard was awarded the Goodrich Riding Trophy for Excellence in Leadership and Training for the second year in a row. Fourteen local residents were arrested June 13 in what police called "the most productive narcotics raid ever conducted in the history of the city." Fifteen other people were arrested during the course of the seven-month-long investigation. Agencies involved besides the Henderson Police Department included the Nevada Division of Investigation, U.S. Department of Treaury, Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms, Nevada State Parole and Probation and the Boulder City Police Department. Police confiscated several vehicles, a large amount of cash and several illegal weapons. Arrested on various charges were Terrill Lee-Morris, 25; Patsy Bamet, also known as Patay l^ester, 30; Bobby Black, 21; Donna Bradshaw, also known as Donna Smith, 31; Rory A. Fogle, 24; Leroy Steve Gonzales, 23; Michael L. Mead. 23; Arthur Steve Pacheco, 32; Rosemary Sandoval, alsolcnown as Roseroaryt Albert, 23; Daimy Collins, also known as Danny Wood, 22; Ray-' mond Gonzales, 34; Stacey Marie Perry, 19; and James Weiser, 30. Arrested in the aftermath were David Algers, 20; David Heyne, 25; Lisa Morris, 20 and Connie Bainbridge, 33. Henderson re&ident Rodney L. Fleming, 20, was killed by a drunk driver while riding a bicycle on Boulder Highway June 15. Everett J. White, 37, of Las Vegas was charged with felony driving while intoxicated. Also during June, Basic High School senior Lawrence P. Gelbaugh was honored by the city of Henderson for being named as a U.S. Presidential Scholar. Gelbaugh was one of 141 outstanding youths to receive the commendation from the White House and its Commission on Presidential Scholars. Indoor air poUutants include cooking smoke and grease, aerosol sprays, tobacco smoke, animal dander, household cleansers and more. One way to get rid of them is with air filters that operate efficiently. There are three types of filters, according to the AirConditioning and Refrigeration Institute (ARI): standard filters, media filters, and electronic air cleaners. Air filters trap particles so small they are measured in microns (one micron equals one 25,400th of an inch; a human hair is about 100 microns thick). For a free brochure on air filters, send a self-addressed, stamped envelope to; ARI, Dept. F-2, 1501 Wilson Blvd., 6th Floor, Arlington, VA • 22209. LEGAL NOTICE BEFOUE THE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF NEVADA NOTICE OF APPUCATION Southwest Gat CorporatioD r* Applicant"! has nied ao application, designated as Docket No. 86-1244. with the Public Service Commiaaion of Nevada aecking approval of revised tariffs eatabliihiag new schedules applicable to certain claasea of cuatomera in the Applicant's Thundarl>ird and Sierra division*. The nilag is in accordance with the Commiaaioa'a Qcaaral Order No. S3, which aatabUahaa atandarda for the aatting, hscrMae ar dacrtaa* of rataa and charge* for natural gas for geawating, induatrial and large commardal custoaura. TIM appUcation la oa file at th* of ncaa of the PnUk Sar vice Commiaaion. Capitol Complex, Kinkaad Bolldlng, SOB Eaat King Street, CarMtn City, Nevada and tbc Bradley Buihiing. £501 Eaat Sahara Avenue, Las Vegaa, Nevada and is available tor viewing by the public. Interested and affected persons may comment in writing totheComailaalnw and file appropttato PiotaaU aadJor Petitions for Leave to Intervene at ita Caraon City on or before Wednaaday. January 16,1987. Br the CMuaiaakm. WILLIAM H, VANCE, CooimiaaiaM Secretary Dated: Caraon City, Nevada Deeaabar SO, 1986 (SEAL) Ml., a tear LEGAL NOTICE DISTRICT COURT CLARK COUNTY. NEVADA ARLENE O. ELAZEGUI, Plaintiff, •vMARIO ELAZEGUI, Defendant. Caae No. 090S47 Dept. No. V Docket No. H SUMMONS NOTICEl 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 agalnat you for the relief set forth in the Complaint. This la an action to dieaolve the bonds of matrimony now and heretofore existing between Plaintiff and Defendant. 1. If you intend to defend thla lawsuit within 20 days after this Summons is aerved on you exclusive of the day of aervicc, you muat do the following: a. File with the Clerk of this Court, whose address is shown below, a formal written reaponae to the Complaint in accordance with the rules of the Court. b. Serve a copy of your reaponae upon the attoraey whose name and addroas is shown below. 2. Unless you r eepoad, your default will be entered apon appMM t toalthaplaiattffaad tUa Cewt Bsay aatar a Jdfement agalaat you for the relief demanded in the Complahat, which oonld raault la the tak ing of moawy or p ropw ty or other raHaf raquaatad la the Complaint. S. If yoa lata^ t* aaak tha advloc of an attoraay la tUa mattsr, yon ahooM die aa promptly ao that your laapaaaa may be filed oa tlata. Issued at direction of: EI> WARD WEINSTEIN. CHARTERED 2306 U Vegaa Boalavard 8. Las Vegaa, Nevada 89104 Attorney for Plalatiff LORETTA BOWMAN, CLERK OF COURT (Seal) By:WANDA LOPEZ DEPUTY CLERK Nov. 19, IMS Coaaty CaarJhaaas no Saatk TIM llMat Laa VMaa, Navada MCt H.rw. 0 iX M I.., a inig

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Tuesday, January 6, 1987 Henderson Home News, Henderson Nevada Page 7 Page 6 Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada' Tuesday, January 6, 1987 ji-% ^^ Century 21 backs Basic High drug awareness program mm' t; Ron and Candee Brady, owners of Cantury 21 Realty Henderson, put their money where their mouth is on the drug imw among Bask High School students. Recently they sponsored the Listen Crusade against Drug Abuse Program to the tenth grade health class at Basic HigR School. "It is just a case of trying to help where we can" states Brady. The Listen drug awareness program consists of the monthly LdateD magazine, teaching guides, films, visual aids, pamphlets and other motivational materials. All are designed to help solve the epidemic use of drugs, alcohol and tobacco among young people. Don Taylor, assistant principal at Basic states, "Our teachers are very enthusiastic about the possibilities of enriching their units on drug and alcohol abuse with Kood supplementary materials." Seven Las Vegas area sdMMJs are currently using this unique teaching program. Additional schools that have requested the program and will be added as sponsor dollars permit. For adffitienfif information on h 7IW your school busineeS or service organization can become involved, please contact area diredw Dori Rogers at 293-1712 or 877-9211. ALL-TOURNEY TEAM—Basic's Darrell Greene scored 14 Wednesday and was named to the Peninsula Classic's alltournament team. "^' Sierra Nevada wrestling Lalonde finishes fourth In Reno by Paul Szydelko Home News Sports Editor Albert Lalonde's fourth place finish in the 105-pound division was Basic's only bright spot in last week's Sierra Nevada wrestling tournament at Reno. Lalonde finished with a 4-2 record in the 40-team. two-day tournament. Heavyweight Pat Petrie won two matches before a shoulder injury in final seconds of the quarterfinals put him out of the tournament. It was another tough learning experience for the Wolves, said coach Jim Duschen. "You have to wrestle the best to be the best," Duschen said. "You got to rise to it or you don't. I don't see anything positive in scheduling easy opponents." The Chaparral Invitational, in which 'Basic finished a surprising second, "didn't have' much carry-over value because it was a totally different environment (in Reno)," Duschen said. The Wolves next face Western at home Thursday at 7:30 p.m. The junior varsity dual meet starts at 6 p.m. 'by Ron Copeland Elics Club Publicist Three boys and three girls, ages eight to 13, won the first round of comf)etition in the "Elks Hoop Call HPRD Leisure line Bored with nothing to do? Call the Henderson Parks and Recreation Departments Leisure Line. Where one can find out all the upcoming events the HPRD has to offer everyone. Activities range from Sunday • afternoon concerts to turkey shoots, seminars, parties and the latest classes being offered. Say goodby to boredom. Call the Leisure Line at 565-2134. .. s Diabetes Association Support Group to meet Jan. 8 The American Diabetes Association Support Group will meet on Jan. 8 at 7 p.m. at Valley Hospital Medical Center, classroom D and E. The meeting will offer an opportunity to update everyone's understanding of diabetes and is open to all diabetics, family members and other interested persons. For more information call 459-7099 or 388-4688. 145-POUND DIVISION—Basic's Arthur Romero wrestles Las Vegas High's Jesse Newman in a Dec. 18 dual meet at Las Vegas. Romero lost 15-6 as Las Vegas went ahead to stay. ^ W^ Need insurance for your home, car, life, boat or RV? CaU us! We have the right coverage for all your needs /lllstate* Dale Johnson Kent Johnscm AJbuu Lih laanBct Cmfaj NaftUrak. IliMH 30 Water St. Suite D Henderson, Nevada 564-7775 Shoot" free throw contest at the Henderson Boys apd Girls Club recently. The six h&ve been named Hendersoji City champions. Kevin Compton, Jenifer Cooper, Donald Oettinger, Angela Rollins, Wesley Reed and Michelle Aiirez. First place trophies will be awarded to one boy and one girl in each of three categories ages eight to nine, 10 to 12 and 12 to 13. The six champions now advance to the district contest at Las Vegas on Jan. 17, where they will compete with other winners from throughout the area. The "Elks Hoop Shoot," which .started as a local program by Corvallis, Oregon Elks in 1946, is now in its fifteenth year of national competition. Over three million boys and f(irls are expected to participate this year. CELEBRATION—Danny Carvalho, Brook England, Scott gula Classic Wednesday afternoon in San Diego. Robinson and Glen Walden celebrate after vnnning the Penin'Elks Hoop Shoot' champions crowned COPY CENTER AT MANPOWER COPIES COLLATING • STAPLING • COVERS PROFESSIONAL TYPING • DRILLING BINDING CHILI CHAMPION—Jay L)n Thompson of Panorama City, Calif., defeated 207 rival* to win $3,600 and a trophy in the eleventh annual Nevada State Championship Chili co6koti at Circus Circus Hotel and Casino. Celebrating the victory are from left to right, Circua Circus ductor of marketing Tom Tomlinsan; champion Thompson; his assistant Gus O'Brien; Ed Hogg of the International Chili Society; and Mel Larson corporate vice president for Qrcus Circus Enterprises, Inc. Thompson will represent Nevada in the 1987 world championships. Photo courtesy of Lag, Vegt News Bureau. PER COPY 565-5554 320 SOUTH BOULDER HIGHWAY HENDERSON BETWEEN W^DY'S AND ARBY'S HONORED—Bobby Spillers, center-right, steam plant operator with ammonium perchlorate, recently completed 20 years of service with Kerr-McGee Chemical Corporation. Bobby received a four-diamond combination tie-tac and pin. Congratulating Bobby are from left to right, plant manager Rolfe Chase; manager of operations Pat Corbett; and superintendent of ammonium perchlorate operations Bill Taylor. WINNING PERFORMANCE-The Bonner Family of Cucamonga, CaUf., defeated 14 rival bands to win first place, $1,000, and a trophy at a Country Music Contest this weekend at Circus Circus Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas. The event accompanied the eleventh annual Nevada Championship Chili Cookoff, which drew 208 contestants to the midStrip resort. Edith and Jim Bonner and their four children reached the national charts with their recording of "Blue Moon of Kentucky," and their second single, "Ribbon of Darkness," will be released in January. Comprising the group arf from left to right, Theresa on keyboard, lead singer and tambourine player Edith, drummer Kenneth, Jimmie on bass, and leader and organist Jim. The four-man Cumberland River Band of Nashville, Tenn., captured second place honors, for $250 and a plaque. ^ Photo courtrsy of Las Vegai News Bureau. Tha aardvarfc 9ti its nama from tlia Dutch for' somawhat pig-like, but it's not related. earth pig." It's nose looka Indoor Air Is your home polluted? Fact is, indoor air pollution levels are often 10 times those of outdoor levels. That's especially troublesome since most people spend up to 90 percent of their time indoors. Good reason, say experts, to take a look at the air filters on your central air conditioning and/ or home heating system. Review from page 3 the transport vehicle. He was caught at Echo Bay May 16. On May 20 the Henderson City Council approved a bid which came some $17,000 more than budgeted to build a police transmitter building. Police informed council the revamping of the city's conununications systems hinged on constructing that building. The East Leg Freeway that will eventually connect Henderson to Las Vegas came another step closer with the May 23 opening of the section ending at Flamingo Road. Also on May 23, a 32-year-old Gothic Landscaping employee was killed at a Green Valley construction site. He died while iatterapting to repair a hydrauhcs system under the bed of a dumi truck. On May 27 police arrested on three kidnapping counts a man in jail on an unrelated charge. Carmine Michael Caruso, 28, was charged with one count of first degree kidnapping and two counts of attempted kidnapping stemming from three separate incidents May 17 and 24. Caruso was suspected in the kidnapping of a four-year-old girl and the attempted kidnappings of a 15-year-old girl and a ten-year-old girl. The preschooler was found five blocks from her home by her • father and a neighbor who pursued the suspect's vehicle. A man who had recently moved to Henderson from Montana was killed May 26 when his car was hit in the rear by a vehicle driven by a man from Oklahoma. Donald Franklin Horacek, 35, was ejected as his car rpUed over twice on Lake Mead Drive and Navajo Drive. Frank Wade Urban was cited for driver inattention. The May 21 shooting death of a Henderson resident in Las Vegas was found to be justifiable homicide by a coroner's jury May 30. The five-woman, two-man jury deliberated about 20 minutes before fmding the the death of 34-year-old Pete Arthur Crespin by a Las Vegas Metropolitan Police officer v^^as justifiable. Crespin was shot by 28-year-old Martin Lehtinen after the officer was struck by Crespin's Toyota station wagon during an undercover drug investigation. June Beginning June 1 rates for Nevada Power Company were reduced one percent. The average bill went down about 61 cents per month. At their June 3 meeting the city council approved salary increases for those to be voted into office at the next election. The pay was increased to $11,500 from $6,000. However, the pay had been increased before the 1985 elections so that the councilman elected that year receives $9,000. The mayor's salary was raised to $11,250 at that tinlfe. In addition, the municipal court judge's salary was increased from $23,400 to $35,000. In certjmonies at the Henderson Armory June 8 the First BattaUon, 221st Armor of the Nevada Army National Guard was awarded the Goodrich Riding Trophy for Excellence in Leadership and Training for the second year in a row. Fourteen local residents were arrested June 13 in what police called "the most productive narcotics raid ever conducted in the history of the city." Fifteen other people were arrested during the course of the seven-month-long investigation. Agencies involved besides the Henderson Police Department included the Nevada Division of Investigation, U.S. Department of Treaury, Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms, Nevada State Parole and Probation and the Boulder City Police Department. Police confiscated several vehicles, a large amount of cash and several illegal weapons. Arrested on various charges were Terrill Lee-Morris, 25; Patsy Bamet, also known as Patay l^ester, 30; Bobby Black, 21; Donna Bradshaw, also known as Donna Smith, 31; Rory A. Fogle, 24; Leroy Steve Gonzales, 23; Michael L. Mead. 23; Arthur Steve Pacheco, 32; Rosemary Sandoval, alsolcnown as Roseroaryt Albert, 23; Daimy Collins, also known as Danny Wood, 22; Ray-' mond Gonzales, 34; Stacey Marie Perry, 19; and James Weiser, 30. Arrested in the aftermath were David Algers, 20; David Heyne, 25; Lisa Morris, 20 and Connie Bainbridge, 33. Henderson re&ident Rodney L. Fleming, 20, was killed by a drunk driver while riding a bicycle on Boulder Highway June 15. Everett J. White, 37, of Las Vegas was charged with felony driving while intoxicated. Also during June, Basic High School senior Lawrence P. Gelbaugh was honored by the city of Henderson for being named as a U.S. Presidential Scholar. Gelbaugh was one of 141 outstanding youths to receive the commendation from the White House and its Commission on Presidential Scholars. Indoor air poUutants include cooking smoke and grease, aerosol sprays, tobacco smoke, animal dander, household cleansers and more. One way to get rid of them is with air filters that operate efficiently. There are three types of filters, according to the AirConditioning and Refrigeration Institute (ARI): standard filters, media filters, and electronic air cleaners. Air filters trap particles so small they are measured in microns (one micron equals one 25,400th of an inch; a human hair is about 100 microns thick). For a free brochure on air filters, send a self-addressed, stamped envelope to; ARI, Dept. F-2, 1501 Wilson Blvd., 6th Floor, Arlington, VA • 22209. LEGAL NOTICE BEFOUE THE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF NEVADA NOTICE OF APPUCATION Southwest Gat CorporatioD r* Applicant"! has nied ao application, designated as Docket No. 86-1244. with the Public Service Commiaaion of Nevada aecking approval of revised tariffs eatabliihiag new schedules applicable to certain claasea of cuatomera in the Applicant's Thundarl>ird and Sierra division*. The nilag is in accordance with the Commiaaioa'a Qcaaral Order No. S3, which aatabUahaa atandarda for the aatting, hscrMae ar dacrtaa* of rataa and charge* for natural gas for geawating, induatrial and large commardal custoaura. TIM appUcation la oa file at th* of ncaa of the PnUk Sar vice Commiaaion. Capitol Complex, Kinkaad Bolldlng, SOB Eaat King Street, CarMtn City, Nevada and tbc Bradley Buihiing. £501 Eaat Sahara Avenue, Las Vegaa, Nevada and is available tor viewing by the public. Interested and affected persons may comment in writing totheComailaalnw and file appropttato PiotaaU aadJor Petitions for Leave to Intervene at ita Caraon City on or before Wednaaday. January 16,1987. Br the CMuaiaakm. WILLIAM H, VANCE, CooimiaaiaM Secretary Dated: Caraon City, Nevada Deeaabar SO, 1986 (SEAL) Ml., a tear LEGAL NOTICE DISTRICT COURT CLARK COUNTY. NEVADA ARLENE O. ELAZEGUI, Plaintiff, •vMARIO ELAZEGUI, Defendant. Caae No. 090S47 Dept. No. V Docket No. H SUMMONS NOTICEl 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 agalnat you for the relief set forth in the Complaint. This la an action to dieaolve the bonds of matrimony now and heretofore existing between Plaintiff and Defendant. 1. If you intend to defend thla lawsuit within 20 days after this Summons is aerved on you exclusive of the day of aervicc, you muat do the following: a. File with the Clerk of this Court, whose address is shown below, a formal written reaponae to the Complaint in accordance with the rules of the Court. b. Serve a copy of your reaponae upon the attoraey whose name and addroas is shown below. 2. Unless you r eepoad, your default will be entered apon appMM t toalthaplaiattffaad tUa Cewt Bsay aatar a Jdfement agalaat you for the relief demanded in the Complahat, which oonld raault la the tak ing of moawy or p ropw ty or other raHaf raquaatad la the Complaint. S. If yoa lata^ t* aaak tha advloc of an attoraay la tUa mattsr, yon ahooM die aa promptly ao that your laapaaaa may be filed oa tlata. Issued at direction of: EI> WARD WEINSTEIN. CHARTERED 2306 U Vegaa Boalavard 8. Las Vegaa, Nevada 89104 Attorney for Plalatiff LORETTA BOWMAN, CLERK OF COURT (Seal) By:WANDA LOPEZ DEPUTY CLERK Nov. 19, IMS Coaaty CaarJhaaas no Saatk TIM llMat Laa VMaa, Navada MCt H.rw. 0 iX M I.., a inig

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m m^^i^m^^rw^^mmmmmmm — I —T V Pagt S HaadarMB Hmc Newt. HenderMii, Nevada Taeiday, January 6,1987 Adult care center needs volunteers Nevada School of Law maintains excellent pass rate frMB the Sdvatkm Amy AMt Haaltb Care Day Center I Volunteers are needed at the Sahration Army Adult Health Day' Care Center. During this holiday season, it is hoped that some people would be willing to, give of themselves for a few hours a week. The individuals helped by the center are adults 18 years or older who, because of a medical, physical or emotional proUem, cannot be left home akne during the day. Tbeir abilitias vary. Valunteers sr needed in igfdRc areas. 'MMvers are needed who are qoaMfied to pick up clients at their ^mnes and bring thsm to the Day Can Center and return them to Iheir homes at the end of the day. Vohmteers are needed to aid in the arts and crafts, mainly simple projects, and any donated supplies wouki be trefnendously appreciated. Help is also needed to assist in maintaining a clean atmosphere for the individuals using th^ service, especially at lunch time with washing dishes. Volunteers who enjoy working with and entertaining people, such as reading, working puzzles, doing simple exercises or just talking and viaiting with pe v^ WISCELLANEOTS WANTED TO BUY DINING TABLE W/6 ClMto. 293-4B87. Dbl bed. 2 mos old, $75. Radiator type elec heater, S20. 564-3202. START AH EXCITING amR with / AVON Th9 WoHtTs Lorgtst B§mty Co. Insumnee AvaUabh-Wki hautiful Prizes HAVE A SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS SharoB Ayeiy, Ptet Mgr 564-1581 1404 Wyoming St. Weekdays, 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday, 8 a m to 9 p m. Sunday 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. 294-0084 B.C. ilfaltt, Water EvervwfaanT bat none saitaUe for oooldng or DriaUng. NowChar/eZOOO is the answer. Reverse Osmosis has 3 systams in oae PorUbk unit that seU on the aink or connter, Cost abont lOc per 'iillon.U.S.GoveniMnt "^ent mOliaaa aaaisllin 1n the devefapuMt of it (See the movie Time Btmb in our tap water.) wCm^lSr app't, be adTa. hava yonr water tested JMIW.M4-1648. • Five yr. war.. raety. Free, No m0dt rWaalMf*. OarpaaCv, If Am Btct t m im Skiw. Paekagbig hod ptrtuh, 4 duf ma.U ix^g m Brown (make) Gold Electric stove 4 Burner. Good Cond. S75 Zenith Console T.V. $100 565-1888 m boy'a 20' Mke, like pew. Call 5-7302. Fanner's Ins is cnrrently seeking above average individiiala ia the HAi .rea for the position of "Agent." This is an opportunity to own yonr fwn buainesa, determine yonr own future and worli w/the finest S nltiple lines coanpany the country. We offer yon an extensive training program designed to be done either fall tioM ar part tiaM oatil yoa an fully trained. Without any intarfers^ea w/yoor prasant MBployment. If yon nink yon ore the inAvidnal we are looking for, onB Kareat Matss at TW-UU. PUTElOFiPilJCAIION ti rtM Hily Spltil., Hily Spirit pu uti* solvt aN praolwns. ^viih dl roofc, MI (on ikliiin my god. TM who |it tMJtw DniM gift to tagivo ood higot dl ovN OMiiut no Old in oN inttomoi of my lira, Tou on witti m. I wont in Ihii dwrt prayot to thwli Tou for oil Hilnfi, onl to (onflm onto ogdt thot I now wont to ko lopmlod noa TON. Eon In ipito d oN mtoiid iolioAi, I wiih to bo with Tov In olomd glory Thonli Ton for your nony towoid mi ond mino Tin porun mwtt uy ttih pmyor for Ihroo (onsoiutivo doyi, oftor 3 doys Ifx fovor ro^uoilod will bo grantod, ivi K it oppon dMicdt. Tliit proyor must bo poUhlMd imnodiotdy odor Iho pioyK is groitod wittw/t nontio* d IIM fivof, only Ifw inltidi shaU It tlio bottom rx. ttuDYNrrm* ait:M tn ;p'. H you M % RMV" la • ouWsr CNy, m lilt. ^|K> YOU HAVE ARTHRinSr IhlivohaditfarMyssn, IhawsasIIsMs Csst,OsatlB Mtod to doeit la tksAr practice MUSIC & ART GIFT CERTIFICATES avidlable tor the New Year. Voice & PiaM laosoM & original art by Flo.5684eR For sole: Reconditioned refrigerators, ranges, washers, drysrs, etc M day wamaty. Also boying late model anpUaaoes, Beading repair. Call Ed Harwood's op• Haaces, 118 E. Lake Mead. S64 -2210. AREYOULIVINO WITH A DRINKING PROBLEM? If so, utar Hot tqr Al Aaoa? Blos^aarsTMS^I^ at St Tiawthy'o IChaKkTasa. lpiLCWbSl.Wsd., 8p.&StRassdsUBa ForaviaiB. GOOD NEWS New Auto Detail Shop-right in your area Quality at fair prices. "WE DO ANYTHING ON WHEELS" Wash & Shine them up. Free Estimates SUNSHINE AUTO DETAIL 1641 E. Sunset Road (Sundance Plaza) Open 7 days a week 361-0772 PICTURE FRAMINGS iality work-roasonle pncaa-Uthographapostan-Bmr, Sad, Tmde Art. Art Exchange 444 Hotel Plaaa. (Acrooa From Bonlder Dam Hotel. Bdiind Edgars.) 2934)172. BC. For sole: Cabinet dioplasr, doors, exacative daak. Etc. Located at 820 W. Sunset Rd. Ste. 16. Open 7 am to 3:30 p.m. siim i. DO YOU NEED, Investmenta, Mntaal Fnads, .GNMAS7 Coll PRUDENTIAL BACHE. 294-1045. BC. Cosh for good running work truck. Must be very reasonable, or con be donated to Betty • Honn's Non-profit animal adoptions. 1986 Blue Book tax deduction. Needed now for hauling food for aninuds daily. Complete informatian, Ph 3612484 or 361-5137 BOAT FOR SALE: 1973, 21' Cnddy Day Cruiser Skv.456.0tk.i^.Jet, 1985 Trailer 86,500. 293-7068. After 4 PM BC. JACUZZI WHIRLPOOL SPAS authorized deal• er. Silver State Pool & Spa. 1321 Nevada Highway 29-3-4950. BC. SINGER PORTABLE SEWING MACHINE $26. 2 Yr. guarantee. Sorenaon's 509 Hotel Plain. 293-3770. BC. ORGAN Electric Lowrey, Excellent Cond. $300. 293^91. BC. Eleven Ft. Wilaon Satettite Dish & Post. No Electronics. 8600 or best. Call Jack 293-2959. After4P.M.DaiK,AU day Sat, k Sun. BC. COUCH, CHAIR & Ottoman, Table for sale. 2934627. After 6 PM. BC. Two matching green velvet choirs, very good conditk>n. 850 each. Shetland Electric Broom, 820. Like new. Also, small Bissell carpet swsMMr. Call565-86. New & used Satellite equipment, sales it repsfrs. 4 years axp. Sidekick Satellite, Residence 294-1996. Basiness k recorder 566-5677. BC. SAVE ALUMINUM rrniS. eaaa. ate Scrap Copper, Batterios, Motors ate to raioe money for aawontod aniauls. Tax dodaetibla. Information .161-a484. For sale: Steel crate, 10X8X24 Panel Uned, 81,500. 8681fle. Custom drapes, gold w/oreen & gold valiuice. 8350. Co<£ A h>vc seat, 8125. 2 end tahleo, 830. Organ 8350. 56M875. For aale: Couch, loveseat, chair A hasaock, Blue. Coffee A 2 end tablea, glass tap. 4 pinbnil gameo. Call after 6, 86^8282. Wanted: Dog hoaae, medium/large aize. Good condition. Coll Construction Firewood. You cut & haul. $25. pi^up truck kNuL 144 Hillcreot. Call 564-1875. PRAYER OF APPLICATION to rtia Holy SfMl. Holy Spirit you WIM iOM pnoMK, pnndo • noii, M I on okMa my joal. Ton MM ^vo MO Ino DMno sil flfrimt M Mid n ol indanaiolMyMi, YoHOT wiln IM. I wont In tMs skortmvor to ikonk Yov lOf 01 tMngs, ono to (onIm onuogM Hint I novif wont to bo sopoifltod fraoi You. Evon in spifo of aH tnotorid ilwioni, I widi to bo with You in otomd gloiy. Thank You ior your nwiy towon mt and nno. Tho ponon must toy this prayor br Ihno amioailivo ooyt, anof 3 doyi Iho iovof nquoiiod wil bo grontod, ovMlfitoppoondHNaill. This proyor must bo puoUiod ImfflodhMy ortor tho prayor it grontod without montion of tho favor, only llio initials shoi oppoorot tho bollom. CD ipper Call • iKsw^ b 1 fl ss438 m kattsn Aargsr 2X4 Construction ent nrewood. 848 wUnp tnickkMd. SiMluT 26' RCA XL-180 SoiU StsiOs C sswsli. KWdi beat offer. 8M-74K(. 8T0RA0B I FORRINT All sisso-PsMsd I Reridant Manager Near Sunset A Mountain Vista 4684990 WANTED: Used cor or truck. Price range 8100 to 8600. Fixer-upp OK. No junkl 564-3069. WASHER/DRYER good cond. 30 day warranty $125 Ea. 2W4447. BC ALOE VERA NECTAR BY FOREVER LIVING. 100% Stabolisod with Natural Craabanry and Apple Concantrate. UJS. Patented. No water added. 664-1648. Baby items for sale: Crib, $100. Changing UUe, $50. SoUdbackSwing-omatic, $20. Upright freezer. $200. Maxi-Taxi stroller, $45. Was $70 new. Call 565-3212, ask for Jennie. Refrigerator, Amana, 20 cu ft Good condition. $200. 564-7217. Dining table 4 chairs, $45. King sized bed, w/box springs & mattress,. Naugahyde couch w/recliner, 2 end tables, coffee Ubie. 565-1630. Wheelchair, very good condition. 564-3388 or 564-6583. (JtiHty trailer, 4'X5'. Great for landscnpers. 8260. Ph 56441193. H ALF P RICEI Flashing STnyw sigas ^uUvT uWnted, non-arrow $£291 Uidightod tarn Proa olsHiliy.CaB m. minima. Race cor chassis, asking $400. 1960 Yamahi Bwtorcyde. 850 special, aaUng 8850. Sliding glssa doors, 850 dressing table, $5. Ph 566-7284. todMlPl mm SECOND HAND STORE. FurnituN, new & used A misc. We repair all makes A models of refrigerstion. Service cnU 820. Guarantee 30 daya. Buy A aaU all OMTBihnar'a 27 PEARLS RESTRUNG: Your precious family heirlooms restored at Gold Casters Jewelry. Mon.-Fri 9-5. Sat. 10^. 23 Army St. Hdn. Antique Olympic cook stove, exc condition, f $00. Call after 5 pjn 564-7686 Army St^ Henderson, Nv W4-7367. Oak Dinhig rm table w/4 chairs, hutch. Originsl cost, $3,500. Asking $700 or best offer. 293^672. Antiques, excell. Cond. Oak Ciesk, dresser, A rocker. Dbl. Brass A Copper bed, new spinning wheel. 293-6424. BC. LOST Mil* rddntsa. Bioail w/Wod fsn. ^KiMn ft "fwtk" Mksing sinn Fridoy VkliHty of Oiufdi St. If found, ploato dl 564-6719 Lost: Small dark gray short haired puppy. About 10' taU. Nome "Greystroke." Near Victory Road A Lake Mead. Male. 5654669. Child's Pet-Reward! Lost: Full size Collie, sable A white. Vicinity Major A Water. Ph 564^. Answers to "Laddie." EMPLCYMENl AIRLINES NOW HIRING Flight Attendants, Agents, Mechanics, Customer Service. Salaries to 860K. Entry level positions. Call 1-805687-6000 Ext. A-6695. Glen Holla Nursing Home. 565r48 RN, port thne weekends. LPN part thne 3 to n. Nurse side part thne, 11 to 7. ( HAIRDRESSER WANTED WITH CLIENTELE HalrHag* Styling Parlor 311 WATIRST. TuM. thnilat. Allison's Place, Ladies Apparel, management poaition availaUe. At least 1 yr retail experience necessary. Apply at 8ms. Boulder Hwy or catt for interview, 5687378. THE NEVADA ARMY NATIONAL GUARD IS CURRENTLY LOOKING FOR TRUCK DRIVERS. IF YOUARBBVrWBEN THB A<8 0 17 AND K WS WOJ. TRAIN AND PAY YOU WHILE YOU LBARN. FOR INFORMATION ABOUT OUR TRAINING AND JOINING THE NEVADA ARMY NATION"AL GUARD CALL CHUCK, AT I HAIRDRESSER A MANICURIST NEEDED. Busy Salon.70% 2935176. BC. Wanted: Dependable, capable young women for part time day work cleaning homes w/"The Personal Touch Team" Prefer you have own transportation. Please caU 5654272, ask for Nancy. MAID SERVICE needa people intarested in advaacament. Work with a crew. Grimebasters MaidSsrvice.798'1002. NURSES AIDES exparienoe desired but will trsin full or part time. Boulder City Care Center. 293-6151. EOE/MF/HV. BC GOVERNMENT JOBS $16,040469,23Q/yr. Now Hiring. CaU 1-805-687 •6000 Ext. R-5695 for current federal list. RN, part time and on coll. Nurse aide, on call-all okifts. Volunteers to help w/activities for residents. Glen Halla Nursing Home. 5654748 FC BOOKKEEPER THRU FS Public Accounting, Experience Preferred But Not Mandatory, Non-Smoker Year-round Position, Starting Feb. 1. Send Raeume and Salary Req. to: RW Box 65 B.C. 89005 Babysitter, mature Isdy needed in my home. Mon through Friday. Non smoker, references required. 564-2476. Babysitting—my home near Fay Galloway. Call 564-5037. YOUNG MOTHER offers plenty of TLC, 7 days a wk—reasonable rates. Nancy, 564-7278. I will clean your house to your personal satisfaction. Please call 564-9100. HOUSE CLEANING. Reliable & thorough. For the Hdn, BC & Green Valley areas. Coll 565-8081 for reasonable & dependable servicea. COMMERCIAL AGENTS Jensen's Realty has openings for two Sales Agents, to work Hi the Commericoi Division. Appliconts must hove 4 years experience or hold a GRI Designotion. Contact Ken Proctor at 564-3333. -TICFor your diild, mv home. Hovt Sheriff's cord, htoltii cord t nftfwces. PItou rail S64-2a06 STUDENTS AND HOUSEWIVES earn money in your spare time. Distribute catalogs, take orders and duiver Charles CUps products. 10 new areas available in Jon. 87. Free personal training 2944)639. BC. HEALTH CARE PERSONELL. Experienced R.N.B, L.P.N.S, Home Health Aides, Uve-in Companions, Homemakers, needed. Call MEDIVISIT 871-1031. MonFri. 9-4 EOE. COCKTAIL WAITKKSSES Vale Hotel now accepting applications experience necesssry. Apply in person. 704 Nev. Highway. BC. HELP WANTED Smol afternoon Boulder City Motor route. Must have dependalbe vehicle. CaU after 6, 564-1548. HELP WANTED large am, motor route in BC. Must hsve dependable vehicle. Good pay. Call after 6. 564-1548. Part time teller wanted. Average 14 to 16 iirs wUy. U.50 hr. Apply Clark County Credit Union, 202 W. Padfic, and ask for Jeanne. NATIONAL FIRM SEEKS ENERGETIC SALESPERSON FOR MARKETING IN HEALTH SPA FIELD. CALL 1-800621-7213 Operstor #3. WAITERS & WAITRESSES: Vale Hotel now accepting applications. Elxpoience necessary. Apply in person. 704 Nevada Highway. BC. -— Excellent Income for home assembly Work. For info call 504-646-1700. Dept P554. BARTENDERS Vale Hotel now accepting applications, experience necessary. Apply in person. 704 Nev. Hi BC. SITUATIONS WANTED HOME HEALTH CARE. Exc. references. Age 47. 14 yrs. exp. $6 per hr or $90 for 24. Will Uve in Mon-Fri. 564-3798. Sunset-Green Valley Pkwy, quality child care in happy home. Nate Mack Area. 24 hrs.-7 days. Reasonable drop in ra tes. 4W-M00. Loving Core for your children in my home. Very experienced. References. Coll Cheri 565-3500. 1. Home Launilry & Housecleaning Service —Lowest Rates— caU 564.3927 BABYSITTING IN MY HOME dovs Mon thru Fri. ages 0 to 3 yeara. References 293-2749. BC. ON SABATICAL. WiU house-sit for you all or J ortion of Jan., thru une. Exoell. references. Contact ASAP-Carol Hammond, 376 Cliff Dr., Laguna Beach, Co. 92651. BC. Private room & care for elderly in family home. Reasonable rates. 564-2417. LOVING MOTHER WILL CARE FOR YOUR CHn.D (REN) Days Mondoy through Friday, •^Reosonable Rotes ^ver 20 Years Experience 293-0748 B.C. R-E4-U-M-E8 Composed llditod Typed Quick and Reasonable Bee's Businass Sve. ia "the Village" 627 Hotol PlaxolAve O BoaMer Gty ., NV 89008 2934S361 Best Front disk ckriCMTtt Must be available eves 4 waokoada. Salary D.O.E. Apply In person. Waotarn Lake I^^eod Hdn. People are neede d for imsMdiate training in aB (masss of seowity MNTo[dsmse & woapawy, tadMtiial & necbl event sscurity, aMrbodyKnwdhMi.2CSl McDsnieis, SU SB to 3 pOL 05, 8 wni do Also do windows aad will work OB woekands. Reasonable, dependa bis. Raferences. Ph. 564-3687. MAID' ESPECIALLY FORYOU.Housedeaning. Reasonable. Dependabhi.Call293-1917.BC. BABYSITTING, my home. 24 hrs. Anv age, hot meals, fenced ysrd and pUy area. 664J868. MATURE, dependable, honest lady will clean yonr house. 87. sn hour. References. 566-3781 WILL DO IRONING 293-3383. BC. ARE YOU LOOKING POR WOftK TO BE DONE? Wall, rna lo^laclsrwa>kedo.ldo Just about anvthlng in or around the home and yard. I cut down traao, trim badges, work on flowers, as well Sb intarior-axtarior painth^.IewdowhidBiist Csll sfter 6 PM 294-1378, 293-1716 Ask for Peter. $$CASH PAID$$ ^ for mvmnm t Call 388-9909 1040 S. Mdii St. MOVING SALE: crystal chandoler. Pd. S2.0i0 asUng 8600. Cocktail tables, 819t for 3. Dining Rm. Suite, 8300, TV & stand 8150. 298-0499 Days. & 294-5028 Eves. BC. Many Misc. kms. Tuesday, January 6, 1987 4-YR-OLD, buff colored female cocker spaniel needs laving home 293-9224. 9-Mo.-old block lab, spayed female needa a home willing to train & discipUne this pedigree lab. 293-9224. PETS/AISMMAI g PET8WME Lorraine's Pet Sitting Service, Loving care while you 're away. I'll care for your pets in their familiar home surroundings, while you vacation or work. Bonded. Call Lorraine hAcLean. 293-3431. Locally aupportad. BC Uci^Md JR 50 Sasaki for sale 1986. 293-5928.8300. 58 Chevy pickup, new paint, new tires, 50,000 orig. mi. AoUog $3,200. Ph 565-1679 or 5^-6902. 77 Pinto, good condition, $600. 564-3202. 79 Mustang, 4 cyl, sharp body. Needs some work. $900 Ph 564-3725, after T^pm. FOBTSALE: 1979 /i Ton Mittt pickup. Gaa or PG fuel. In good conI DOG GROOMING Csts Too! Call Now For Appolntmant Bonlder Animal Hospital 293-3744 Ontw HuTMv E>pa,inc) Qnxxnei COCKER SPANIEIS Black and Buff 8 weeks old — Just right for Christmas can 49S-S308 or 647-1983 After 6 p.m. I FEMALE CALICO CAT needa a loving home. This 3-yr.-old cat has alot of personality. 293-9224. •Deer Hunters cleaning your deep freeze—donate all unwanted meat, fish, etc to Betty Honn's Animal Adoption. 361-2484. Tax Deductible. Biggest little African Safari in the desert. Lions, Tigers, bears, wolves, monkeys, etc. Guided tours daily. 361-,2484. .__ MAY I HELP YOU GET YOUR DOG OR CAT SPAYED OR NEUTERED FOR A GRACIOUS DISCOUNT? 293-5673. BC. Anytime. Second hand pets for adoption, daily. Dogs, cats, kittens, puppies, etc. Betty Honn's Animal Adoption. 3612484. Desperately needed—donate unwanted freezer meat, dog & cat food, hay, straw, etc. Tax deductible. 361-2484 Betty Honn's Animal Adoption accepts unwanted pets by appointment ONLY. 361-2484. FREE-ADOPT & SAVE A PET (CATS & DOGSI. 293-6673. For rent: Steel corrals w/automatic waterers & shade covers. Ughted arena, $75 mo. 5644108. VEHICLES One new radiator, fits Plymouth, Dodge or Chrysler. Call .56^7302. Uods LPC dition. $2,f00. Ph 565-2241 after 5 pm. 1983 DaUun Maxima. Exc. condition. 565-7489. 1964 VOLKSWAGON FOR SALE FOR PARTS. $250.293-1889. BC. 1979 MERCURY COUGAR, 1968 DODGE DART CLASSIC FOR Sale. Call John Perry 293-3131. B^. COLEMAN FOLDING CAMPING TRAILER. 1965 Sun Valley Model. Sleeps 6. Loaded with extras, including canopy and bycool evaporative cooler. Seldom used. Like newl $3,750 firm. Call 293-5689 after 6 pm. BC. BOAT FOR SALE: 1975 Glasstron, 17' inboard, outboard, low hrs., like new, 293-6721 After 6 PM Or weekends. BC. 1974 INTERNATIONAL SCOUT, excell. cond., 4 wheel dr., 293-6721 After 6 PM or weekends. BC. 1979 Ford, 9 pass. SU WagOD. 1 owner. Ens & interior & exterior like new. Yellow/brown. Low mileage, new tires. Call 565-7302. FOR 8ALE Euro|feGn Wall Unit, 3 units, vy good condition $400.00 Microwove Ovsn-Sonyo -ExcsUsnt condition -$80.00 finn Ouosor VHS, Exnilont condition $200.00 firm CALL 565-1959 Where Should You Go To Purchase A Recreational Vehicle For The Least Amount of Money? Well At... Sunland RV Center 3333 E. FREMONT • 457-8046 Present this ad to salesman at time of purchase & receive a special reward. Henderson residents only. 73 Caprice Clasaic good transportation. Call before 2 p.m. 564-7587 83 Yamaha lOOZX dirt bike $700 or best offer. 56454. ,1980 SUZUKI RM 80, Runs great, excell. Cond., venr clean, $300 or Best. 2a}-5820 AfUr 4 PM. BC. Luxury car, 76 Buick LTD. 2 door Landau, original condition. Private party. $1,495.29a4027BC. VAN FOR SALE, 1978 Ford, $4,500 or best offer. One Ton, cnatomised. 702-2971626. 1986 Nissan 4X4.9,800 mi. $9,800 FIRM. Call between 5 & 7 p m. 564-8 525. Chrysler 300 Antonutic. 1960. As is, $495. 5656621. 72 VW Beetle, $1,000 or make offer. Call Gen, 566-7468. 77 MERCURY Marquis Wsgon SMI 67 Fury III Wagon. 665-799 8. 67 Ford truck, V* toniUtiUty bed, 3 sp. 665-9683 or 566-799 6. 1972 VW VAN, Back Bed, LooksGood.Well Maintained. $1,450.293-7067. BC. 1965 Colt Vista Wagon. Air, cruise & much more. Excellent car. $7,100. Call 293-5332. 75 VW Camper Van, runs great, $3,500 or beat offer. 565-9376. 72 BAJA 1600 dual port. Runs good. Nice interior. $1,650. 293-5393. _BC. EMISSION^ CONTROL CHECK STATION. 293-4661. Big John and Sons, FootUll Dr. BC. DICK BL AIR R£ ALT 833 NEVADA HWY., BOUtDER CITY (702) 293-2171 AFTER HOURS CALL • ok Blalr, Broker._4M-SM* iich Marnlh. Patty 0Hfray..-~....~JS-M7S Paul Ryis CrUilsa AaUala 203-Sll< BatkAldwofth FIVE BEDROOMS Ali the amenities + room for everyone— LARGE BEDROOMS, spacious formal & informal dining rooms, room for pool table. Sewing & Utility room & more. RV PARKG, POOL, SPA, LOW MAINT. $207,500. FOUR BEDROOMS CUSTOM LANDSCAPING, RV PARKG, FRUIT TREES, 2 covered patios 2 car gar. $105,300. GREAT VIEW-LAKE MEAD, exceptional back yard with WATERFALL, pond, SPA, CUSTOM ALL THE WAY-$235,500. CUSTOM HOME on B.C. GOLF COURSE, SWM. POOL, SPA, 3,300 sq. ft. of CLASSLGE. LOT COUNTRY CLUB ATMOSPHERE $289,000. POOL, SPA, GREENHOUSE, FRUIT TREES, RV PARKG. 2'/i ba. PRICE REDUCED JUST FOR YOU $117,900. CaU quick. GREAT VIEW-LAKE AND MOUNTAINS Pool. Spa CUSTOM HOME $290,000. THREE BEDROOMS LOVELY CUSTOM HOME quiet Cnl de Sac-2 FULL BATHS, 2 cor garage $110.000. MOVE IN BEFORE CHRISTMAS! Nice family home w/easy msint. yards. Formal L.R. W/F. P. Spacious kitchen, 2 bath, 2 car garage. $104,900 SPECTACULAR PANORAMIC VIEW OF LAKE MEAD 3'/J bath, 21'X23' A/C workshop, 23'X59'X13Vi' RV GARAGEDen or live4n moidqutrs. indoor spa, satellite TV. 12'X60' sw. pool, shuffle bd. ct., 9 hole putting course, AND MUCH MUCH MORE prox. i200 sq. ft. of home. $925,000. TwoipaDAQpiiia RBCENLTY REMODELED-oU new Eloc-' trie, carpeting, roof, stucco sxtcrior PRICED TO SELL 859,600. STARTER HOME, Central A/C, New paint & Carpot $62,000. CONDOMINIUMS, APTS, TRIPLEX FIXER-UPPER 1-2 bedrm unit. 2-1 bodrm • BiU. 868,000 MOBILE HOMES IN Moore'p MobUe Home Park-8'X28' with tipout OASIS Park model Air cond. & Heat ADULTS ONLY $5,900. A STEALI For retired conple. 10X50 Mobile Home in beautiful park aetting. PRICED FOR QUICK SALE $8,500. 31' RAMBLER TRAVEL TRAILER FOR SALE, Neat & clean. Located in Moore's trailer park $6,500. Contact us for details. UNOBSTRUCTED VIEW LAKE MEAD 2,200 sq. ft. EXCEPTIONAL MODULAR HOME-2 bedrm, 2'/> bo., 1 cor gsr., sun porch, all built ins. Pool & rec. hall privileges ind. $155,000. RENTALS READY TO RELAX? Then this is for YOU 2 be^l^., 2 ha. Mobile home with Sunporc^ & more. FURNISHED-MOVE IN NOW $800./mo. ADULTS ONLY—2 bdrm, 2 bs. Condominium—no pets close to shopping etc. $435.00 AVAIL. BY DEC. 15 ground flow. COMMERCIAL ESTABLISHED RETAIL BUS. ONLY ONE OF IT'S KIND $87,500. EXCELLENT OFFICE LOCATION 560 Sq. Ft, UTILITIES INC., $350 mo. WELL ESTABLISHED BUSINESS FOR SALE BELOW MKT. PRICE. CALL FOR DETAILS. ...I YOU DON'T HAVE TO BE A BEAUTIICIAN to own this well eotsblishsd BEAUTY SALON ONLY $21,000 CALL FOR DETAILS. LAND LAKBVIEW LOT-Approximstely .18 acre $64,900. SEVERAL CHOICE LOTSOVERLOOKING LAKE MEAD PRICED FROM $46,000. CALL and oelsct YOUR CHOICE NOW. LARGE CUSTOM BLDG. SITES WITH EXCELLENT VIEWS OF BOULDER CITY ft VALLEY-PRICED FROM CALL WOW FOR DETAILS AND ANY lENTAL INfOBMATIONI TOLL FREEI! 1-800^25^10 Ext E41 SINCERITY AND INTEGRITY IS OUR SPECIALTY, HendcrMo Home News, HeadcrMB, Nevada Page I 75 BUICK OPEL fuel faiJactioD, good cond. 8800 after 4. 2M-7912 BC. For sale 72 Dodge Colt statkm wagOB. 56 Ford Pickup truck, 69 Fiat Coupe, Make offer. 564-1881 Ask for Judy or 5654W09 after 5 p.m 24 Ft ReineU, flying bridge. 1979. Sleeps 4, excellent condition. Low hours, tandem wheel trailer. $12,000 FIRM. Ph 565^084 after 5 pm & weekend s. USED "'AUTO PARTS...293-M61. Let us do the calling on our New Satellite Computer all ststes and Canada. BIG JOHN & SONS, Foothill Dr. .S:£^ ^^ NEED A CAR7 New in town? Old in Town? No Credit? Short time on the Job? Only $100. $200, $300. or $400 downl Need an automobffe to get around? Contact us. We approve our own contracts. Instant delivery. We will pick you up & bring you to our car lot. Just telephone 664-5909, NEVADA AUTO SALES. 1813 N. BIdr. Hwy, Henderson, Nev. One block south of Sunset Blvd. A BIdr. Hwi NAILS by GAIL,'/i OFF Special. Manicure & pedicure, S18. Tipa ft overlays, $20. All wraps, $20. Nail Boutique, 456-9100. Piano laasooa-Addl music to your Hfe. All ages starting at 7 yrs ft im. Ph Flo Raymond, 5684e9. Musical entertainmentVocal, piano, or organ. For your church, organisation, club, w special function. Flo Raymond 5666469. PICTURE FRAMINGQuality work-reasonable pricea-litbographsposters-Buy, StO, Trade Art. Art Exchange 444 • Hotel Plaza. (Across From Boulder Dsm Hotel, Behind Edgsrs.) 2936172. BC. Vokie Iessaas4>y Specialist teacher. Sing for cnreor, physical tkerapy, eonlidance, voice nnprovement or for enjoymen' All ageo-startlngfrom 8 yrs t;. 80 plus. Ph Flo RayoMmd 6666460. BOULDER CONCRETE WANTS TO MPfT AU YOUR CONCIKTCI FOR Fnee esTunATes AND QUAUTY WORKIMMSHIP CAU MCK CAREY BOULDER CITY 298-1871 I I mm BY BERTIE 565-0262 ADULT TAP & JAZZ CLASSES -" 18 through Seniors, beginning in Jan. Call now to register. 565^086. Insurance Sales ExpSflding Fratofflsi Ufa Insursnos Sodsty Provides training and excellent commissions Grow with us! CALL 565-9311 NMM if Trtimi We honor all advertised special air, cruise and package fares. For in/ormafiori, Phonp INSURANCE TOO HIGH? Too Many Ticketo? SR-22 Needed? Call Morrow Lisurance Agency Green Valley 451-5533 % MEMBER OFTHE SCARS RNANOAL NETWORK COLDUieU. BANKERQ ANCHOR REALTY, INC. REALTORS RANCHO & OAKEY! 2,904 S.F. of great Uving! Giant family room w/wet bar, stone fireplace, 2V4 baths, large inside laundry room. Kitchen upgraded and tiled. Fireplace with view from living room and dining room. Block walled patio and pool area. $135,500. appraisedl ENTERTAINERS PARADISEl Custom 4 bedroom on over 1 acre, features gourmet kitchen with solid oak cabinets. Sparkling pool and cabana. Call today for appt. to seel $175,000. THREE BEDROOM LEWIS located established area! House shows like new, call to see this one today! $64,500. Seller related to Broker. NEAR PAHRUMP! OWNAI WILL CARRY THE CONTRACT! 20X55 mobile on 2'/i acres. 1 acre fenced. 40X40 garage, iias own well and pump, 80 trees on property all have timed sprinklers. $60,000. Call Katie! Realtor. STARTER HOME, 3 bedroom with open fireplace between living and family rooms. Close to shopping, schools and banks. $59,500. SEARCHLIGHT! 14X70 Fleetwood expanded | to 26X70. Situated oq 12 loU apprx. .6 acrsa. MobUe features 4 bedroom, 3 full baths, sepsrste family room and more! Asking $150,000. LOCATED NEAR SHOPPING, SCHOOLS. Three bedroom with extra large master suite, living room is expanded but retains s one car garage. Nice sized lot and has existing assumable FHA loan. $74,500. LIVE NEAR WAYNE NEWTON'S ESTATE! Three bedroom, 2'/i baths, large rbck fireplace in living room. Additional .39 acre adjoining lot included in price. $118,000. Appraised! THREE BEDRM, l'/ bath with assumable FHA loan. $10,000 down owner will carry 2nd. R-4 property, large lot 100X136 to build more uniU 658,500. I VIEW OF LAS VEGAS VALLEY! 2.5 acre [ 4>arcel in custom home area. Call for directions Ltp see! $44,700.00 PEPPBRTREE CONDO located near GtMn Valley, i Two bedroom and never bpan lived in! Oreat viaw.f priced to seU $58,900. NICE CORNER LOT goes with this neat 3 bedroom home! Great for small family or retired couple. Lot is zoned C-2 for future use if wanted. $66,900. GREEN VALLEY-1 yr old 3 bedroom. 2'/2 baths, 2 story with 10 yr Home Warranty included. Call TODAY for APPT! $96,000. SPACIOUS 2 bedroom in Carmarlo Park area. This one is really sharp and yeat for that retired couple that want larger roomsl $74,500. PROPERTY MANAGEMENT DEPT-WE GIVE RENTAL ASSISTANCE. CALL US ON THOSE HUD PROPERTIES. 22 L Basic Rd.. Hettderson, Ntvadi S901S (702) 564-6303 CAU 24 HRS. • TOLL FREE 145S-1860. EXT. 310 HOWARD HELDERLEIN CONSTRUCTION Commerdal-Resident-Remodels and Additions Ucsnoa 02101S 5664)874 PM'S CNMNEy SWEEP We spaddra in Sweeping, Rqnir woric, PaMing •( slovii; all maintenance of your finplace. Senior Qtizw Disawnt. Spork arreston InstoHed Free w /purdwise. It's that time of ttie yeor ogoin so give us a ol. Hop^ Holtdays. UC # 31ia S64-6m J 26 Yean Experience Have taught Paper Huidng Clasaea-Ovcr IS yrs. Uaitm. Have worked for the Rich & Famooa. You by the materiol-rU Famish Labor. Please CaU Fnd HTS^37S1 PAINTING and PAPERHANGING INTERIOR DECORATING If you're tired of "Just a Paint Job" Call THI MCORATORS We guarantee to please you Call 564-8501 Dome Realty 1610 Nev. flwy. 2931613 B.C. Villa HermosatI Family Section 2 t)eclroom t bath $9,950 B.C. MobUe Home Sales Price Reductlonll Lewis 4 bedroom, 2 b9th reduced to $89,500!! Offlco or Retail $325 per month. Downtown Boulder City Y D E 293-601 & ASSOCIATES 132S Arisona Street •Boulder City, 89005 HOMES-LAND-BUSINESS INVESTMENT CONSULTANTS PROPERTY MANAGEMENT BOULDER CITY BOULDER SQUARE CONDO. Lovely, 1 bdrm, first floor unit. Priced at $49,500. HOME WITH CLASS 800 Avenue K. Lovely three bedroom, upgraded concrete brick home, comer lot with RV parking. Won't laat long at $79,000 LOWEST PRICE ON GOLF COURSE 977 El Camino, 3 bdrm, 2 bth, indoor spa, wet bar, 2 car garage all for $130,000. ALMOST NEW CUSTOM Relax on tiled patio overlooking Lake Mead. Amenitiea indnde reveroe oomoaia water ajratom, interooni, bnil-in microwave, SateUta diah. 896 oq. ft. garage + separate workshop, RVparUng, Laundry Rm., 2 bdrm, 2Vi bth. $168,000 SPECTACULAR LAKE VIEW Yea thia view ia nnobotmctable, 2 fireplacea, 4 bdrma, 2'/i baths, room to expand. Oversized 3 car garage with 12' cei\ing. Take a good look at this one of a kind. Special $166,000. ^ 1324 APPALOOf) 'r\^le 4 bdrm, 2 fom. nns, lovely hou. CyZju Gtffw. REAL SLEEPERI Next to new golf course aubdivision. Over 1,800 sq. ft. 3 bdrm, 2H bath w/2 car garage, large lot w/room for largest RV you have. Priced $119,500. COMMERCIAL BUILDING w/2 retail ototoa & Uving unit npotaira $119,000. 1014 KEYS DRIVE preatigioua home w/view of lako, 2 bdrm, 2Vt bth, over 2,500 sf., lovely pool opa, $260,000. 1522 MANCHA 4 h^^"^ bth. ffaie 2 atory home, located aniC^^'y ^ Bonlder City golf eoone $U >T 1133 ENDORA 4 Bdrm. 2^ btk, Dal Prodo 2 atory home w/qnaUty expansion. Over 2.600 of., hoa deck, wiiterf oU and riah POML Exqaioha home $114.600. CaU for FREE MARKET ANALYSIS of your home. For RoBi Cootaaa HooMal CM OoU Cowno. Loko, B-HUl f ram $860 to N0 por I -. Jtu AniuHyda 29M144 Linda Korfman M4MS BobLoBgevin 19M1W Anthony Wirta 2-79n Barton Hydo, Brdccr aui44

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m m^^i^m^^rw^^mmmmmmm — I —T V Pagt S HaadarMB Hmc Newt. HenderMii, Nevada Taeiday, January 6,1987 Adult care center needs volunteers Nevada School of Law maintains excellent pass rate frMB the Sdvatkm Amy AMt Haaltb Care Day Center I Volunteers are needed at the Sahration Army Adult Health Day' Care Center. During this holiday season, it is hoped that some people would be willing to, give of themselves for a few hours a week. The individuals helped by the center are adults 18 years or older who, because of a medical, physical or emotional proUem, cannot be left home akne during the day. Tbeir abilitias vary. Valunteers sr needed in igfdRc areas. 'MMvers are needed who are qoaMfied to pick up clients at their ^mnes and bring thsm to the Day Can Center and return them to Iheir homes at the end of the day. Vohmteers are needed to aid in the arts and crafts, mainly simple projects, and any donated supplies wouki be trefnendously appreciated. Help is also needed to assist in maintaining a clean atmosphere for the individuals using th^ service, especially at lunch time with washing dishes. Volunteers who enjoy working with and entertaining people, such as reading, working puzzles, doing simple exercises or just talking and viaiting with pe v^ WISCELLANEOTS WANTED TO BUY DINING TABLE W/6 ClMto. 293-4B87. Dbl bed. 2 mos old, $75. Radiator type elec heater, S20. 564-3202. START AH EXCITING amR with / AVON Th9 WoHtTs Lorgtst B§mty Co. Insumnee AvaUabh-Wki hautiful Prizes HAVE A SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS SharoB Ayeiy, Ptet Mgr 564-1581 1404 Wyoming St. Weekdays, 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday, 8 a m to 9 p m. Sunday 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. 294-0084 B.C. ilfaltt, Water EvervwfaanT bat none saitaUe for oooldng or DriaUng. NowChar/eZOOO is the answer. Reverse Osmosis has 3 systams in oae PorUbk unit that seU on the aink or connter, Cost abont lOc per 'iillon.U.S.GoveniMnt "^ent mOliaaa aaaisllin 1n the devefapuMt of it (See the movie Time Btmb in our tap water.) wCm^lSr app't, be adTa. hava yonr water tested JMIW.M4-1648. • Five yr. war.. raety. Free, No m0dt rWaalMf*. OarpaaCv, If Am Btct t m im Skiw. Paekagbig hod ptrtuh, 4 duf ma.U ix^g m Brown (make) Gold Electric stove 4 Burner. Good Cond. S75 Zenith Console T.V. $100 565-1888 m boy'a 20' Mke, like pew. Call 5-7302. Fanner's Ins is cnrrently seeking above average individiiala ia the HAi .rea for the position of "Agent." This is an opportunity to own yonr fwn buainesa, determine yonr own future and worli w/the finest S nltiple lines coanpany the country. We offer yon an extensive training program designed to be done either fall tioM ar part tiaM oatil yoa an fully trained. Without any intarfers^ea w/yoor prasant MBployment. If yon nink yon ore the inAvidnal we are looking for, onB Kareat Matss at TW-UU. PUTElOFiPilJCAIION ti rtM Hily Spltil., Hily Spirit pu uti* solvt aN praolwns. ^viih dl roofc, MI (on ikliiin my god. TM who |it tMJtw DniM gift to tagivo ood higot dl ovN OMiiut no Old in oN inttomoi of my lira, Tou on witti m. I wont in Ihii dwrt prayot to thwli Tou for oil Hilnfi, onl to (onflm onto ogdt thot I now wont to ko lopmlod noa TON. Eon In ipito d oN mtoiid iolioAi, I wiih to bo with Tov In olomd glory Thonli Ton for your nony towoid mi ond mino Tin porun mwtt uy ttih pmyor for Ihroo (onsoiutivo doyi, oftor 3 doys Ifx fovor ro^uoilod will bo grantod, ivi K it oppon dMicdt. Tliit proyor must bo poUhlMd imnodiotdy odor Iho pioyK is groitod wittw/t nontio* d IIM fivof, only Ifw inltidi shaU It tlio bottom rx. ttuDYNrrm* ait:M tn ;p'. H you M % RMV" la • ouWsr CNy, m lilt. ^|K> YOU HAVE ARTHRinSr IhlivohaditfarMyssn, IhawsasIIsMs Csst,OsatlB Mtod to doeit la tksAr practice MUSIC & ART GIFT CERTIFICATES avidlable tor the New Year. Voice & PiaM laosoM & original art by Flo.5684eR For sole: Reconditioned refrigerators, ranges, washers, drysrs, etc M day wamaty. Also boying late model anpUaaoes, Beading repair. Call Ed Harwood's op• Haaces, 118 E. Lake Mead. S64 -2210. AREYOULIVINO WITH A DRINKING PROBLEM? If so, utar Hot tqr Al Aaoa? Blos^aarsTMS^I^ at St Tiawthy'o IChaKkTasa. lpiLCWbSl.Wsd., 8p.&StRassdsUBa ForaviaiB. GOOD NEWS New Auto Detail Shop-right in your area Quality at fair prices. "WE DO ANYTHING ON WHEELS" Wash & Shine them up. Free Estimates SUNSHINE AUTO DETAIL 1641 E. Sunset Road (Sundance Plaza) Open 7 days a week 361-0772 PICTURE FRAMINGS iality work-roasonle pncaa-Uthographapostan-Bmr, Sad, Tmde Art. Art Exchange 444 Hotel Plaaa. (Acrooa From Bonlder Dam Hotel. Bdiind Edgars.) 2934)172. BC. For sole: Cabinet dioplasr, doors, exacative daak. Etc. Located at 820 W. Sunset Rd. Ste. 16. Open 7 am to 3:30 p.m. siim i. DO YOU NEED, Investmenta, Mntaal Fnads, .GNMAS7 Coll PRUDENTIAL BACHE. 294-1045. BC. Cosh for good running work truck. Must be very reasonable, or con be donated to Betty • Honn's Non-profit animal adoptions. 1986 Blue Book tax deduction. Needed now for hauling food for aninuds daily. Complete informatian, Ph 3612484 or 361-5137 BOAT FOR SALE: 1973, 21' Cnddy Day Cruiser Skv.456.0tk.i^.Jet, 1985 Trailer 86,500. 293-7068. After 4 PM BC. JACUZZI WHIRLPOOL SPAS authorized deal• er. Silver State Pool & Spa. 1321 Nevada Highway 29-3-4950. BC. SINGER PORTABLE SEWING MACHINE $26. 2 Yr. guarantee. Sorenaon's 509 Hotel Plain. 293-3770. BC. ORGAN Electric Lowrey, Excellent Cond. $300. 293^91. BC. Eleven Ft. Wilaon Satettite Dish & Post. No Electronics. 8600 or best. Call Jack 293-2959. After4P.M.DaiK,AU day Sat, k Sun. BC. COUCH, CHAIR & Ottoman, Table for sale. 2934627. After 6 PM. BC. Two matching green velvet choirs, very good conditk>n. 850 each. Shetland Electric Broom, 820. Like new. Also, small Bissell carpet swsMMr. Call565-86. New & used Satellite equipment, sales it repsfrs. 4 years axp. Sidekick Satellite, Residence 294-1996. Basiness k recorder 566-5677. BC. SAVE ALUMINUM rrniS. eaaa. ate Scrap Copper, Batterios, Motors ate to raioe money for aawontod aniauls. Tax dodaetibla. Information .161-a484. For sale: Steel crate, 10X8X24 Panel Uned, 81,500. 8681fle. Custom drapes, gold w/oreen & gold valiuice. 8350. Co<£ A h>vc seat, 8125. 2 end tahleo, 830. Organ 8350. 56M875. For aale: Couch, loveseat, chair A hasaock, Blue. Coffee A 2 end tablea, glass tap. 4 pinbnil gameo. Call after 6, 86^8282. Wanted: Dog hoaae, medium/large aize. Good condition. Coll Construction Firewood. You cut & haul. $25. pi^up truck kNuL 144 Hillcreot. Call 564-1875. PRAYER OF APPLICATION to rtia Holy SfMl. Holy Spirit you WIM iOM pnoMK, pnndo • noii, M I on okMa my joal. Ton MM ^vo MO Ino DMno sil flfrimt M Mid n ol indanaiolMyMi, YoHOT wiln IM. I wont In tMs skortmvor to ikonk Yov lOf 01 tMngs, ono to (onIm onuogM Hint I novif wont to bo sopoifltod fraoi You. Evon in spifo of aH tnotorid ilwioni, I widi to bo with You in otomd gloiy. Thank You ior your nwiy towon mt and nno. Tho ponon must toy this prayor br Ihno amioailivo ooyt, anof 3 doyi Iho iovof nquoiiod wil bo grontod, ovMlfitoppoondHNaill. This proyor must bo puoUiod ImfflodhMy ortor tho prayor it grontod without montion of tho favor, only llio initials shoi oppoorot tho bollom. CD ipper Call • iKsw^ b 1 fl ss438 m kattsn Aargsr 2X4 Construction ent nrewood. 848 wUnp tnickkMd. SiMluT 26' RCA XL-180 SoiU StsiOs C sswsli. KWdi beat offer. 8M-74K(. 8T0RA0B I FORRINT All sisso-PsMsd I Reridant Manager Near Sunset A Mountain Vista 4684990 WANTED: Used cor or truck. Price range 8100 to 8600. Fixer-upp OK. No junkl 564-3069. WASHER/DRYER good cond. 30 day warranty $125 Ea. 2W4447. BC ALOE VERA NECTAR BY FOREVER LIVING. 100% Stabolisod with Natural Craabanry and Apple Concantrate. UJS. Patented. No water added. 664-1648. Baby items for sale: Crib, $100. Changing UUe, $50. SoUdbackSwing-omatic, $20. Upright freezer. $200. Maxi-Taxi stroller, $45. Was $70 new. Call 565-3212, ask for Jennie. Refrigerator, Amana, 20 cu ft Good condition. $200. 564-7217. Dining table 4 chairs, $45. King sized bed, w/box springs & mattress,. Naugahyde couch w/recliner, 2 end tables, coffee Ubie. 565-1630. Wheelchair, very good condition. 564-3388 or 564-6583. (JtiHty trailer, 4'X5'. Great for landscnpers. 8260. Ph 56441193. H ALF P RICEI Flashing STnyw sigas ^uUvT uWnted, non-arrow $£291 Uidightod tarn Proa olsHiliy.CaB m. minima. Race cor chassis, asking $400. 1960 Yamahi Bwtorcyde. 850 special, aaUng 8850. Sliding glssa doors, 850 dressing table, $5. Ph 566-7284. todMlPl mm SECOND HAND STORE. FurnituN, new & used A misc. We repair all makes A models of refrigerstion. Service cnU 820. Guarantee 30 daya. Buy A aaU all OMTBihnar'a 27 PEARLS RESTRUNG: Your precious family heirlooms restored at Gold Casters Jewelry. Mon.-Fri 9-5. Sat. 10^. 23 Army St. Hdn. Antique Olympic cook stove, exc condition, f $00. Call after 5 pjn 564-7686 Army St^ Henderson, Nv W4-7367. Oak Dinhig rm table w/4 chairs, hutch. Originsl cost, $3,500. Asking $700 or best offer. 293^672. Antiques, excell. Cond. Oak Ciesk, dresser, A rocker. Dbl. Brass A Copper bed, new spinning wheel. 293-6424. BC. LOST Mil* rddntsa. Bioail w/Wod fsn. ^KiMn ft "fwtk" Mksing sinn Fridoy VkliHty of Oiufdi St. If found, ploato dl 564-6719 Lost: Small dark gray short haired puppy. About 10' taU. Nome "Greystroke." Near Victory Road A Lake Mead. Male. 5654669. Child's Pet-Reward! Lost: Full size Collie, sable A white. Vicinity Major A Water. Ph 564^. Answers to "Laddie." EMPLCYMENl AIRLINES NOW HIRING Flight Attendants, Agents, Mechanics, Customer Service. Salaries to 860K. Entry level positions. Call 1-805687-6000 Ext. A-6695. Glen Holla Nursing Home. 565r48 RN, port thne weekends. LPN part thne 3 to n. Nurse side part thne, 11 to 7. ( HAIRDRESSER WANTED WITH CLIENTELE HalrHag* Styling Parlor 311 WATIRST. TuM. thnilat. Allison's Place, Ladies Apparel, management poaition availaUe. At least 1 yr retail experience necessary. Apply at 8ms. Boulder Hwy or catt for interview, 5687378. THE NEVADA ARMY NATIONAL GUARD IS CURRENTLY LOOKING FOR TRUCK DRIVERS. IF YOUARBBVrWBEN THB A<8 0 17 AND K WS WOJ. TRAIN AND PAY YOU WHILE YOU LBARN. FOR INFORMATION ABOUT OUR TRAINING AND JOINING THE NEVADA ARMY NATION"AL GUARD CALL CHUCK, AT I HAIRDRESSER A MANICURIST NEEDED. Busy Salon.70% 2935176. BC. Wanted: Dependable, capable young women for part time day work cleaning homes w/"The Personal Touch Team" Prefer you have own transportation. Please caU 5654272, ask for Nancy. MAID SERVICE needa people intarested in advaacament. Work with a crew. Grimebasters MaidSsrvice.798'1002. NURSES AIDES exparienoe desired but will trsin full or part time. Boulder City Care Center. 293-6151. EOE/MF/HV. BC GOVERNMENT JOBS $16,040469,23Q/yr. Now Hiring. CaU 1-805-687 •6000 Ext. R-5695 for current federal list. RN, part time and on coll. Nurse aide, on call-all okifts. Volunteers to help w/activities for residents. Glen Halla Nursing Home. 5654748 FC BOOKKEEPER THRU FS Public Accounting, Experience Preferred But Not Mandatory, Non-Smoker Year-round Position, Starting Feb. 1. Send Raeume and Salary Req. to: RW Box 65 B.C. 89005 Babysitter, mature Isdy needed in my home. Mon through Friday. Non smoker, references required. 564-2476. Babysitting—my home near Fay Galloway. Call 564-5037. YOUNG MOTHER offers plenty of TLC, 7 days a wk—reasonable rates. Nancy, 564-7278. I will clean your house to your personal satisfaction. Please call 564-9100. HOUSE CLEANING. Reliable & thorough. For the Hdn, BC & Green Valley areas. Coll 565-8081 for reasonable & dependable servicea. COMMERCIAL AGENTS Jensen's Realty has openings for two Sales Agents, to work Hi the Commericoi Division. Appliconts must hove 4 years experience or hold a GRI Designotion. Contact Ken Proctor at 564-3333. -TICFor your diild, mv home. Hovt Sheriff's cord, htoltii cord t nftfwces. PItou rail S64-2a06 STUDENTS AND HOUSEWIVES earn money in your spare time. Distribute catalogs, take orders and duiver Charles CUps products. 10 new areas available in Jon. 87. Free personal training 2944)639. BC. HEALTH CARE PERSONELL. Experienced R.N.B, L.P.N.S, Home Health Aides, Uve-in Companions, Homemakers, needed. Call MEDIVISIT 871-1031. MonFri. 9-4 EOE. COCKTAIL WAITKKSSES Vale Hotel now accepting applications experience necesssry. Apply in person. 704 Nev. Highway. BC. HELP WANTED Smol afternoon Boulder City Motor route. Must have dependalbe vehicle. CaU after 6, 564-1548. HELP WANTED large am, motor route in BC. Must hsve dependable vehicle. Good pay. Call after 6. 564-1548. Part time teller wanted. Average 14 to 16 iirs wUy. U.50 hr. Apply Clark County Credit Union, 202 W. Padfic, and ask for Jeanne. NATIONAL FIRM SEEKS ENERGETIC SALESPERSON FOR MARKETING IN HEALTH SPA FIELD. CALL 1-800621-7213 Operstor #3. WAITERS & WAITRESSES: Vale Hotel now accepting applications. Elxpoience necessary. Apply in person. 704 Nevada Highway. BC. -— Excellent Income for home assembly Work. For info call 504-646-1700. Dept P554. BARTENDERS Vale Hotel now accepting applications, experience necessary. Apply in person. 704 Nev. Hi BC. SITUATIONS WANTED HOME HEALTH CARE. Exc. references. Age 47. 14 yrs. exp. $6 per hr or $90 for 24. Will Uve in Mon-Fri. 564-3798. Sunset-Green Valley Pkwy, quality child care in happy home. Nate Mack Area. 24 hrs.-7 days. Reasonable drop in ra tes. 4W-M00. Loving Core for your children in my home. Very experienced. References. Coll Cheri 565-3500. 1. Home Launilry & Housecleaning Service —Lowest Rates— caU 564.3927 BABYSITTING IN MY HOME dovs Mon thru Fri. ages 0 to 3 yeara. References 293-2749. BC. ON SABATICAL. WiU house-sit for you all or J ortion of Jan., thru une. Exoell. references. Contact ASAP-Carol Hammond, 376 Cliff Dr., Laguna Beach, Co. 92651. BC. Private room & care for elderly in family home. Reasonable rates. 564-2417. LOVING MOTHER WILL CARE FOR YOUR CHn.D (REN) Days Mondoy through Friday, •^Reosonable Rotes ^ver 20 Years Experience 293-0748 B.C. R-E4-U-M-E8 Composed llditod Typed Quick and Reasonable Bee's Businass Sve. ia "the Village" 627 Hotol PlaxolAve O BoaMer Gty ., NV 89008 2934S361 Best Front disk ckriCMTtt Must be available eves 4 waokoada. Salary D.O.E. Apply In person. Waotarn Lake I^^eod Hdn. People are neede d for imsMdiate training in aB (masss of seowity MNTo[dsmse & woapawy, tadMtiial & necbl event sscurity, aMrbodyKnwdhMi.2CSl McDsnieis, SU SB to 3 pOL 05, 8 wni do Also do windows aad will work OB woekands. Reasonable, dependa bis. Raferences. Ph. 564-3687. MAID' ESPECIALLY FORYOU.Housedeaning. Reasonable. Dependabhi.Call293-1917.BC. BABYSITTING, my home. 24 hrs. Anv age, hot meals, fenced ysrd and pUy area. 664J868. MATURE, dependable, honest lady will clean yonr house. 87. sn hour. References. 566-3781 WILL DO IRONING 293-3383. BC. ARE YOU LOOKING POR WOftK TO BE DONE? Wall, rna lo^laclsrwa>kedo.ldo Just about anvthlng in or around the home and yard. I cut down traao, trim badges, work on flowers, as well Sb intarior-axtarior painth^.IewdowhidBiist Csll sfter 6 PM 294-1378, 293-1716 Ask for Peter. $$CASH PAID$$ ^ for mvmnm t Call 388-9909 1040 S. Mdii St. MOVING SALE: crystal chandoler. Pd. S2.0i0 asUng 8600. Cocktail tables, 819t for 3. Dining Rm. Suite, 8300, TV & stand 8150. 298-0499 Days. & 294-5028 Eves. BC. Many Misc. kms. Tuesday, January 6, 1987 4-YR-OLD, buff colored female cocker spaniel needs laving home 293-9224. 9-Mo.-old block lab, spayed female needa a home willing to train & discipUne this pedigree lab. 293-9224. PETS/AISMMAI g PET8WME Lorraine's Pet Sitting Service, Loving care while you 're away. I'll care for your pets in their familiar home surroundings, while you vacation or work. Bonded. Call Lorraine hAcLean. 293-3431. Locally aupportad. BC Uci^Md JR 50 Sasaki for sale 1986. 293-5928.8300. 58 Chevy pickup, new paint, new tires, 50,000 orig. mi. AoUog $3,200. Ph 565-1679 or 5^-6902. 77 Pinto, good condition, $600. 564-3202. 79 Mustang, 4 cyl, sharp body. Needs some work. $900 Ph 564-3725, after T^pm. FOBTSALE: 1979 /i Ton Mittt pickup. Gaa or PG fuel. In good conI DOG GROOMING Csts Too! Call Now For Appolntmant Bonlder Animal Hospital 293-3744 Ontw HuTMv E>pa,inc) Qnxxnei COCKER SPANIEIS Black and Buff 8 weeks old — Just right for Christmas can 49S-S308 or 647-1983 After 6 p.m. I FEMALE CALICO CAT needa a loving home. This 3-yr.-old cat has alot of personality. 293-9224. •Deer Hunters cleaning your deep freeze—donate all unwanted meat, fish, etc to Betty Honn's Animal Adoption. 361-2484. Tax Deductible. Biggest little African Safari in the desert. Lions, Tigers, bears, wolves, monkeys, etc. Guided tours daily. 361-,2484. .__ MAY I HELP YOU GET YOUR DOG OR CAT SPAYED OR NEUTERED FOR A GRACIOUS DISCOUNT? 293-5673. BC. Anytime. Second hand pets for adoption, daily. Dogs, cats, kittens, puppies, etc. Betty Honn's Animal Adoption. 3612484. Desperately needed—donate unwanted freezer meat, dog & cat food, hay, straw, etc. Tax deductible. 361-2484 Betty Honn's Animal Adoption accepts unwanted pets by appointment ONLY. 361-2484. FREE-ADOPT & SAVE A PET (CATS & DOGSI. 293-6673. For rent: Steel corrals w/automatic waterers & shade covers. Ughted arena, $75 mo. 5644108. VEHICLES One new radiator, fits Plymouth, Dodge or Chrysler. Call .56^7302. Uods LPC dition. $2,f00. Ph 565-2241 after 5 pm. 1983 DaUun Maxima. Exc. condition. 565-7489. 1964 VOLKSWAGON FOR SALE FOR PARTS. $250.293-1889. BC. 1979 MERCURY COUGAR, 1968 DODGE DART CLASSIC FOR Sale. Call John Perry 293-3131. B^. COLEMAN FOLDING CAMPING TRAILER. 1965 Sun Valley Model. Sleeps 6. Loaded with extras, including canopy and bycool evaporative cooler. Seldom used. Like newl $3,750 firm. Call 293-5689 after 6 pm. BC. BOAT FOR SALE: 1975 Glasstron, 17' inboard, outboard, low hrs., like new, 293-6721 After 6 PM Or weekends. BC. 1974 INTERNATIONAL SCOUT, excell. cond., 4 wheel dr., 293-6721 After 6 PM or weekends. BC. 1979 Ford, 9 pass. SU WagOD. 1 owner. Ens & interior & exterior like new. Yellow/brown. Low mileage, new tires. Call 565-7302. FOR 8ALE Euro|feGn Wall Unit, 3 units, vy good condition $400.00 Microwove Ovsn-Sonyo -ExcsUsnt condition -$80.00 finn Ouosor VHS, Exnilont condition $200.00 firm CALL 565-1959 Where Should You Go To Purchase A Recreational Vehicle For The Least Amount of Money? Well At... Sunland RV Center 3333 E. FREMONT • 457-8046 Present this ad to salesman at time of purchase & receive a special reward. Henderson residents only. 73 Caprice Clasaic good transportation. Call before 2 p.m. 564-7587 83 Yamaha lOOZX dirt bike $700 or best offer. 56454. ,1980 SUZUKI RM 80, Runs great, excell. Cond., venr clean, $300 or Best. 2a}-5820 AfUr 4 PM. BC. Luxury car, 76 Buick LTD. 2 door Landau, original condition. Private party. $1,495.29a4027BC. VAN FOR SALE, 1978 Ford, $4,500 or best offer. One Ton, cnatomised. 702-2971626. 1986 Nissan 4X4.9,800 mi. $9,800 FIRM. Call between 5 & 7 p m. 564-8 525. Chrysler 300 Antonutic. 1960. As is, $495. 5656621. 72 VW Beetle, $1,000 or make offer. Call Gen, 566-7468. 77 MERCURY Marquis Wsgon SMI 67 Fury III Wagon. 665-799 8. 67 Ford truck, V* toniUtiUty bed, 3 sp. 665-9683 or 566-799 6. 1972 VW VAN, Back Bed, LooksGood.Well Maintained. $1,450.293-7067. BC. 1965 Colt Vista Wagon. Air, cruise & much more. Excellent car. $7,100. Call 293-5332. 75 VW Camper Van, runs great, $3,500 or beat offer. 565-9376. 72 BAJA 1600 dual port. Runs good. Nice interior. $1,650. 293-5393. _BC. EMISSION^ CONTROL CHECK STATION. 293-4661. Big John and Sons, FootUll Dr. BC. DICK BL AIR R£ ALT 833 NEVADA HWY., BOUtDER CITY (702) 293-2171 AFTER HOURS CALL • ok Blalr, Broker._4M-SM* iich Marnlh. Patty 0Hfray..-~....~JS-M7S Paul Ryis CrUilsa AaUala 203-Sll< BatkAldwofth FIVE BEDROOMS Ali the amenities + room for everyone— LARGE BEDROOMS, spacious formal & informal dining rooms, room for pool table. Sewing & Utility room & more. RV PARKG, POOL, SPA, LOW MAINT. $207,500. FOUR BEDROOMS CUSTOM LANDSCAPING, RV PARKG, FRUIT TREES, 2 covered patios 2 car gar. $105,300. GREAT VIEW-LAKE MEAD, exceptional back yard with WATERFALL, pond, SPA, CUSTOM ALL THE WAY-$235,500. CUSTOM HOME on B.C. GOLF COURSE, SWM. POOL, SPA, 3,300 sq. ft. of CLASSLGE. LOT COUNTRY CLUB ATMOSPHERE $289,000. POOL, SPA, GREENHOUSE, FRUIT TREES, RV PARKG. 2'/i ba. PRICE REDUCED JUST FOR YOU $117,900. CaU quick. GREAT VIEW-LAKE AND MOUNTAINS Pool. Spa CUSTOM HOME $290,000. THREE BEDROOMS LOVELY CUSTOM HOME quiet Cnl de Sac-2 FULL BATHS, 2 cor garage $110.000. MOVE IN BEFORE CHRISTMAS! Nice family home w/easy msint. yards. Formal L.R. W/F. P. Spacious kitchen, 2 bath, 2 car garage. $104,900 SPECTACULAR PANORAMIC VIEW OF LAKE MEAD 3'/J bath, 21'X23' A/C workshop, 23'X59'X13Vi' RV GARAGEDen or live4n moidqutrs. indoor spa, satellite TV. 12'X60' sw. pool, shuffle bd. ct., 9 hole putting course, AND MUCH MUCH MORE prox. i200 sq. ft. of home. $925,000. TwoipaDAQpiiia RBCENLTY REMODELED-oU new Eloc-' trie, carpeting, roof, stucco sxtcrior PRICED TO SELL 859,600. STARTER HOME, Central A/C, New paint & Carpot $62,000. CONDOMINIUMS, APTS, TRIPLEX FIXER-UPPER 1-2 bedrm unit. 2-1 bodrm • BiU. 868,000 MOBILE HOMES IN Moore'p MobUe Home Park-8'X28' with tipout OASIS Park model Air cond. & Heat ADULTS ONLY $5,900. A STEALI For retired conple. 10X50 Mobile Home in beautiful park aetting. PRICED FOR QUICK SALE $8,500. 31' RAMBLER TRAVEL TRAILER FOR SALE, Neat & clean. Located in Moore's trailer park $6,500. Contact us for details. UNOBSTRUCTED VIEW LAKE MEAD 2,200 sq. ft. EXCEPTIONAL MODULAR HOME-2 bedrm, 2'/> bo., 1 cor gsr., sun porch, all built ins. Pool & rec. hall privileges ind. $155,000. RENTALS READY TO RELAX? Then this is for YOU 2 be^l^., 2 ha. Mobile home with Sunporc^ & more. FURNISHED-MOVE IN NOW $800./mo. ADULTS ONLY—2 bdrm, 2 bs. Condominium—no pets close to shopping etc. $435.00 AVAIL. BY DEC. 15 ground flow. COMMERCIAL ESTABLISHED RETAIL BUS. ONLY ONE OF IT'S KIND $87,500. EXCELLENT OFFICE LOCATION 560 Sq. Ft, UTILITIES INC., $350 mo. WELL ESTABLISHED BUSINESS FOR SALE BELOW MKT. PRICE. CALL FOR DETAILS. ...I YOU DON'T HAVE TO BE A BEAUTIICIAN to own this well eotsblishsd BEAUTY SALON ONLY $21,000 CALL FOR DETAILS. LAND LAKBVIEW LOT-Approximstely .18 acre $64,900. SEVERAL CHOICE LOTSOVERLOOKING LAKE MEAD PRICED FROM $46,000. CALL and oelsct YOUR CHOICE NOW. LARGE CUSTOM BLDG. SITES WITH EXCELLENT VIEWS OF BOULDER CITY ft VALLEY-PRICED FROM CALL WOW FOR DETAILS AND ANY lENTAL INfOBMATIONI TOLL FREEI! 1-800^25^10 Ext E41 SINCERITY AND INTEGRITY IS OUR SPECIALTY, HendcrMo Home News, HeadcrMB, Nevada Page I 75 BUICK OPEL fuel faiJactioD, good cond. 8800 after 4. 2M-7912 BC. For sale 72 Dodge Colt statkm wagOB. 56 Ford Pickup truck, 69 Fiat Coupe, Make offer. 564-1881 Ask for Judy or 5654W09 after 5 p.m 24 Ft ReineU, flying bridge. 1979. Sleeps 4, excellent condition. Low hours, tandem wheel trailer. $12,000 FIRM. Ph 565^084 after 5 pm & weekend s. USED "'AUTO PARTS...293-M61. Let us do the calling on our New Satellite Computer all ststes and Canada. BIG JOHN & SONS, Foothill Dr. .S:£^ ^^ NEED A CAR7 New in town? Old in Town? No Credit? Short time on the Job? Only $100. $200, $300. or $400 downl Need an automobffe to get around? Contact us. We approve our own contracts. Instant delivery. We will pick you up & bring you to our car lot. Just telephone 664-5909, NEVADA AUTO SALES. 1813 N. BIdr. Hwy, Henderson, Nev. One block south of Sunset Blvd. A BIdr. Hwi NAILS by GAIL,'/i OFF Special. Manicure & pedicure, S18. Tipa ft overlays, $20. All wraps, $20. Nail Boutique, 456-9100. Piano laasooa-Addl music to your Hfe. All ages starting at 7 yrs ft im. Ph Flo Raymond, 5684e9. Musical entertainmentVocal, piano, or organ. For your church, organisation, club, w special function. Flo Raymond 5666469. PICTURE FRAMINGQuality work-reasonable pricea-litbographsposters-Buy, StO, Trade Art. Art Exchange 444 • Hotel Plaza. (Across From Boulder Dsm Hotel, Behind Edgsrs.) 2936172. BC. Vokie Iessaas4>y Specialist teacher. Sing for cnreor, physical tkerapy, eonlidance, voice nnprovement or for enjoymen' All ageo-startlngfrom 8 yrs t;. 80 plus. Ph Flo RayoMmd 6666460. BOULDER CONCRETE WANTS TO MPfT AU YOUR CONCIKTCI FOR Fnee esTunATes AND QUAUTY WORKIMMSHIP CAU MCK CAREY BOULDER CITY 298-1871 I I mm BY BERTIE 565-0262 ADULT TAP & JAZZ CLASSES -" 18 through Seniors, beginning in Jan. Call now to register. 565^086. Insurance Sales ExpSflding Fratofflsi Ufa Insursnos Sodsty Provides training and excellent commissions Grow with us! CALL 565-9311 NMM if Trtimi We honor all advertised special air, cruise and package fares. For in/ormafiori, Phonp INSURANCE TOO HIGH? Too Many Ticketo? SR-22 Needed? Call Morrow Lisurance Agency Green Valley 451-5533 % MEMBER OFTHE SCARS RNANOAL NETWORK COLDUieU. BANKERQ ANCHOR REALTY, INC. REALTORS RANCHO & OAKEY! 2,904 S.F. of great Uving! Giant family room w/wet bar, stone fireplace, 2V4 baths, large inside laundry room. Kitchen upgraded and tiled. Fireplace with view from living room and dining room. Block walled patio and pool area. $135,500. appraisedl ENTERTAINERS PARADISEl Custom 4 bedroom on over 1 acre, features gourmet kitchen with solid oak cabinets. Sparkling pool and cabana. Call today for appt. to seel $175,000. THREE BEDROOM LEWIS located established area! House shows like new, call to see this one today! $64,500. Seller related to Broker. NEAR PAHRUMP! OWNAI WILL CARRY THE CONTRACT! 20X55 mobile on 2'/i acres. 1 acre fenced. 40X40 garage, iias own well and pump, 80 trees on property all have timed sprinklers. $60,000. Call Katie! Realtor. STARTER HOME, 3 bedroom with open fireplace between living and family rooms. Close to shopping, schools and banks. $59,500. SEARCHLIGHT! 14X70 Fleetwood expanded | to 26X70. Situated oq 12 loU apprx. .6 acrsa. MobUe features 4 bedroom, 3 full baths, sepsrste family room and more! Asking $150,000. LOCATED NEAR SHOPPING, SCHOOLS. Three bedroom with extra large master suite, living room is expanded but retains s one car garage. Nice sized lot and has existing assumable FHA loan. $74,500. LIVE NEAR WAYNE NEWTON'S ESTATE! Three bedroom, 2'/i baths, large rbck fireplace in living room. Additional .39 acre adjoining lot included in price. $118,000. Appraised! THREE BEDRM, l'/ bath with assumable FHA loan. $10,000 down owner will carry 2nd. R-4 property, large lot 100X136 to build more uniU 658,500. I VIEW OF LAS VEGAS VALLEY! 2.5 acre [ 4>arcel in custom home area. Call for directions Ltp see! $44,700.00 PEPPBRTREE CONDO located near GtMn Valley, i Two bedroom and never bpan lived in! Oreat viaw.f priced to seU $58,900. NICE CORNER LOT goes with this neat 3 bedroom home! Great for small family or retired couple. Lot is zoned C-2 for future use if wanted. $66,900. GREEN VALLEY-1 yr old 3 bedroom. 2'/2 baths, 2 story with 10 yr Home Warranty included. Call TODAY for APPT! $96,000. SPACIOUS 2 bedroom in Carmarlo Park area. This one is really sharp and yeat for that retired couple that want larger roomsl $74,500. PROPERTY MANAGEMENT DEPT-WE GIVE RENTAL ASSISTANCE. CALL US ON THOSE HUD PROPERTIES. 22 L Basic Rd.. Hettderson, Ntvadi S901S (702) 564-6303 CAU 24 HRS. • TOLL FREE 145S-1860. EXT. 310 HOWARD HELDERLEIN CONSTRUCTION Commerdal-Resident-Remodels and Additions Ucsnoa 02101S 5664)874 PM'S CNMNEy SWEEP We spaddra in Sweeping, Rqnir woric, PaMing •( slovii; all maintenance of your finplace. Senior Qtizw Disawnt. Spork arreston InstoHed Free w /purdwise. It's that time of ttie yeor ogoin so give us a ol. Hop^ Holtdays. UC # 31ia S64-6m J 26 Yean Experience Have taught Paper Huidng Clasaea-Ovcr IS yrs. Uaitm. Have worked for the Rich & Famooa. You by the materiol-rU Famish Labor. Please CaU Fnd HTS^37S1 PAINTING and PAPERHANGING INTERIOR DECORATING If you're tired of "Just a Paint Job" Call THI MCORATORS We guarantee to please you Call 564-8501 Dome Realty 1610 Nev. flwy. 2931613 B.C. Villa HermosatI Family Section 2 t)eclroom t bath $9,950 B.C. MobUe Home Sales Price Reductlonll Lewis 4 bedroom, 2 b9th reduced to $89,500!! Offlco or Retail $325 per month. Downtown Boulder City Y D E 293-601 & ASSOCIATES 132S Arisona Street •Boulder City, 89005 HOMES-LAND-BUSINESS INVESTMENT CONSULTANTS PROPERTY MANAGEMENT BOULDER CITY BOULDER SQUARE CONDO. Lovely, 1 bdrm, first floor unit. Priced at $49,500. HOME WITH CLASS 800 Avenue K. Lovely three bedroom, upgraded concrete brick home, comer lot with RV parking. Won't laat long at $79,000 LOWEST PRICE ON GOLF COURSE 977 El Camino, 3 bdrm, 2 bth, indoor spa, wet bar, 2 car garage all for $130,000. ALMOST NEW CUSTOM Relax on tiled patio overlooking Lake Mead. Amenitiea indnde reveroe oomoaia water ajratom, interooni, bnil-in microwave, SateUta diah. 896 oq. ft. garage + separate workshop, RVparUng, Laundry Rm., 2 bdrm, 2Vi bth. $168,000 SPECTACULAR LAKE VIEW Yea thia view ia nnobotmctable, 2 fireplacea, 4 bdrma, 2'/i baths, room to expand. Oversized 3 car garage with 12' cei\ing. Take a good look at this one of a kind. Special $166,000. ^ 1324 APPALOOf) 'r\^le 4 bdrm, 2 fom. nns, lovely hou. CyZju Gtffw. REAL SLEEPERI Next to new golf course aubdivision. Over 1,800 sq. ft. 3 bdrm, 2H bath w/2 car garage, large lot w/room for largest RV you have. Priced $119,500. COMMERCIAL BUILDING w/2 retail ototoa & Uving unit npotaira $119,000. 1014 KEYS DRIVE preatigioua home w/view of lako, 2 bdrm, 2Vt bth, over 2,500 sf., lovely pool opa, $260,000. 1522 MANCHA 4 h^^"^ bth. ffaie 2 atory home, located aniC^^'y ^ Bonlder City golf eoone $U >T 1133 ENDORA 4 Bdrm. 2^ btk, Dal Prodo 2 atory home w/qnaUty expansion. Over 2.600 of., hoa deck, wiiterf oU and riah POML Exqaioha home $114.600. CaU for FREE MARKET ANALYSIS of your home. For RoBi Cootaaa HooMal CM OoU Cowno. Loko, B-HUl f ram $860 to N0 por I -. Jtu AniuHyda 29M144 Linda Korfman M4MS BobLoBgevin 19M1W Anthony Wirta 2-79n Barton Hydo, Brdccr aui44

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\ • • • • -i^l Page 10 Henderion Home News, Hendenon. Nevd Tuesday, January 6,1987 Tuaaday, January 6,1987 Handeraon Home Nawi. Handanan. Nevada Paga 11 SERVKES CwpMtliyi PwfillnQi All HousatwM Repaira RootRepalra EXP. FRONT DESK CLERKSEEKSPART TIME POSITION. Excall. Ref., 2934636. EC. A CUSTOM PAINTING. \ TINTING. WALLPAPERING. AND CABINET REFINISHING Intaikr A EatMter. Raridtnttal A oommardaL DrywaUiapainAoeouatkal caillnoa A taxturad walla. i>var 30 yra cip. In Chicago araa. Ntvada Lie. 22573. BoDded & inaiirad. Gaorga C. Brucato 4S64018 MminiMm Qua\^ Housedeaning LIcanaad Bonded RaaaonabIa Ratea WinCim wliiiccnoMS t EliuMh Koul I I luiuan I THE OTHER TELEPHONE CO.-Slaa A Mrvlea of all jronr talapkoMMada-SaaM ftraL 674 8. BMMar Hwy..Hda.6aft4506or Hendaraon apt for rent, 2 bdrm. waahar/dryar, 1 bth, aacurity antry ayatam. Fancad yd w/playground. Near achoofa A atorea. Ph 664-1807. or 56S-9660. INTERIOR DESIGNS FURNITURE CARPETS DRAPERIES WALLPAPER Best prices in Nevada JVue Fu/utiftt/ie SLEEP SHOP 220 N. Boulder Hwy. HENDERSON 565-5911 TERRY'S CLOCK SERVICE Don't Rjng in tha Naw Year on a Broken Clock. Repair it today. Open 10 to lOdaily.Ph 664^3302. JOHN LYONS CLINIC Feb. 21-2S Laa Vegaa I702-64&-7102. LMS MINI STORAGE, lOOlAtholAve.Hdn.l block aouth of BIdr Hwv. 1 block eaat of Skyline Caaino. Newhr expanded. Many 6X10, 10X10, 10X20 available. See Centnry Steel, Mon throngh Fri. 664.2506.WeeCnMUcdl 56M800. Emergendea caU 361-2331 or 3673079. A-icunmnAWN SBRVICB RaaUeatlal CoauMTOIal Maw, edge, Irta, Thatak. Raaavata, VaaaaM. Pertlllaa A lleaaad, aU A new. -ftaa Triaadac 8prar>NrRetatll. Spriakkr Rapab., Free Katlaata-B.C. Hand. M TREE TRIMMINQ 293-6836 Call RallaMa Lawn Care complete residential & commercial service. FflffE ESVMATea 1^ 702-796-1004 MASONRY INC CofTvnvQial Fireptaces, conaete slabs, btocK A brick Lie. 01S28e.01S2S7 84-14t7 Bookkeeping & Tax Service 564-9005 HENDERSON HANDYMAN Licermd 22 yn. 9xp. PmnHng. Vie. wallpaper, ate. Very reasonatle. 5tS-19i2 HENDERSON'S UcMMad Haadyman. Baa DaPua. HIra odemaa to help yoa repair it all. PluBbteg, walla, paint, alaetria, oenMMt, <9rpaatry, aaevflty ayatama, burglar alanaa. loug time local rafaraaoea. Not a atata contractor. 566-7468. AUTO REPAIR Bob from Ed'a Auto Repalra la now running Mobile Expraaa Auto Repair. 24 bra aarvice. 7 daya a wk. iUaaonablc ratea. Ph 666-9994, Bee per 381-3589. BRICK-BLOCK'CUSTOM WORK Nevada Uc 24144 14 yra experience Ph 564-7764 Hardfrorking family man will do yard work, maanal labor A odd ioba. Naeda money. X^aiU Earl. 664-3496. WHY DRIVE TO VEGAS? We carry a large aelaction of parta for major home appliancea. Ed Harwood'a Appliancea. 118 E. Lake Mead. 564-2210. CAREY'S CARPET & FURNITURE WAAA 22 PIECESI •7 Place Living Room •S Piece Bedroom •Lamps •S Piece DiAette •Frame Box Spring •MattroM $69800 WEFINANCE>r>Kji WE DELIVER NO EXTRA CHARGE) 649-5905 384-6781 2305 E. Lake Mead 1217 S Main St Open Dally -6 'Sat. -S:30 'CLOSED SUN CARPET YOUR WHOLE HOUSE!! ^^ ^^^ WKh No Dom Payment Up to 60 Moiitha To Pay 21.93 A.P.R. Complete Home Needs The FURNITURE WAREHOUSE SERVINQ THE COMMUNITY SINCE IMS 2540 E. Charleston Boulevard 382-7953 Mrt^" All Typs of Malntnanc •Ratidantiai •Commarelai I Can Fix Or Maka Most ANYTHING Sawing Machlna & Vacuum Claanars Rapalrad Soranaan'8 509 Hotal Plaza 293-3770 BC JM LANDSCAPE CO. Commerdal-Reaidential Landacaping Sprinkler Syatema Tractor Work Available State Uc. 22312 Bonded-Insured 565^59 J Home Laundry & Honsecleaniiif Service —Lowest Ratei— calL 564-3927 NORMAN GARDINER CONTRACTOR nMUutUal Admona ftamodallng Cablnatry Ucenaa Number 23S0S 2935004 DffMN Ri^Blr y'ti imn byiriwii 29^0t21 BOULPCR eiBCTMC Ui. N. 1S1I7 eiN2Mm B.C. CANVAS SPECIALTIES Specializing in Custom Boat Canvas Cuatom Canvaa a auppllaa Canvaa Produeta BC Canvaa Spaclaltlaa Co. 1106 Nwrada Hwy. BC 293-4509 THE SALVATION ARMY IS IN DESPERA TE NEED OF FURNITURE AND CLOTHES. PLEASE CALL THE SALVATION ARMY PICKUP AT 649-2374-5-e. GILBERT CONSTRUCTION CONCRETE ^^ House slabs *^ Driveways .^Walkways ^Patios & Curte FREE ESTIMATES Uc. No. 22310 BUS:(702) 565-9859 Eves. RES:(7e2) 565-1855 Far your eaaiplata laam ear* call PONDEROSA LAWN SERVICE 294-7715 MaM*0, limnwg, lolilianp. /w^gaMmrmv. tdging. gardtnlandKapirwL Stning Boukhf Cty. HtnOmon. i Ormn Valay Frm emmnea Commerical Buildings Fireplaces Block Walls MOSSER'S MASONRY Mason Contractors IVKWKntH KSPMK SpadallziiM in IBM Typtwtitin 607 Fidtrol Hwidtiym \k. 27t-S7t4 ROOFCMireMKNTRy-MimiM -swwpeooim. g.-- ^-** a— rrVf mWamWtm M-1C71 Licensed. 564-6724 AARON FENCING Fraa Eatlmataa Chain Link ft Wood Fencing 20 Yaara E)fp. Ph. 451-8100 State Lie. 15332 RENTWAT MOVING & TRAILER SALES 702-297-1620 DEAN MOSSER Uc. No. 14768 Henderson, Nevada Mike 564-7192 Dean 564-3540 PEARSON MASONRY 453-1869 4925 E. Mohave Ave. Las Vegaa, Nev. 89104 Lioanaa 15538 Jack Pearson eONCftCTE Quality work that will beautify your home Lie. & Bonded. Free Eatimafea. Reaidential Artiata. 293-6816. MRfSUttMCARE Landscoping Sprinklen Mowing Trimming PhSM-S269 Hauling A cleanup & small carpentry work A home repaira. Reaaonable ratea/Henderaon Realdent 24 yra. S6&6641 aak for Mttk. ^_ CARPETS CLEANED PROFESSIONALLY Backhoe and operator, $40. per hr. Grout pump available. CaU 5664077. INSTA-CLEAN MAID-JANITORIAL Professional reaidential A commercial cleaning service for BC-Hdn. Also acoustical ceiling cleaning A wall waahing. Free eatimates. CaU 293-3316. B.C. • pc*^ SUN REALTY Resldantlal Commarleal Industrial OURADA't WINDOW WASHING SERVICE Call SM.BM7 For a free estimate Bus. Lie -273-05619 EAQER BEAVER Landscape & Lawn Maintenance Raeldaniial Commercial CompMe Landacape Renovations Log Edgings—Drip Watering Systems Roto-Tilling & Baolthoe Sen/ice WITMYOUAND .VM YOURFi 564-5374 Commarclal A RaaMantlal •Fraa Eatlmataa •RaaaonabIa Rataa Sarving BouMar C^, Handaraon A Or. Valley XUMIU^ lU Sue "THE REAL ESTATE PROFESSIONALS" 1311 Nevada Hwy., Boulder City, Nevada 89005 24 HOURS (702) 293-2151 WE OFFER FULL SERVICE INCLUDING PROPERTY MANAGEMENT HAPIV HOLIDAyS Frm All Of U: San6^ifi^ So4toH ( Outdoor Lig^mg ^ Ca*r>gFnni Home ImproMmsnl MOimiSONmJSCTRIC aSCTJUCAL CONTUCrtHO A HUMTgNANCM •tUY RAYS AUTO CARE CENTER Battery — Tune Dps 4's and 6s $29 95, V8's $39 95 We buy junk batteries, top price paid 565-1088 1708 Boulder Hwy, Henderaon ^ STOP BY OUR OFFICE AND LOOK OVER THE MANY OTHER LISTINOS WE HAVE AVAILABLE YOU NAME IT, WE'LL DO IT, RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL •Additions, •Rennodel or •Repair Lie. No. 14492. Ph. 293-4284 RENTALS Kitchenettea-Adults only. No pets. Western Inn, 294^393 or 293-2044 FOR RENT. l-2<3 bdrm traUera.S60toS106wli 56M784 or 56 6-7141. AvaiL Feb. 1,1 bdrm fum. apt in Henderson. Call 293-2593 or 294-5030. For rent: Covely 3 bdrm, 2 bth Hdn home. Recently remodeled. Balanced power, $495 mo. 5651121 or 564-2882. Large nice studio apts, $60 wk or $185 mo. Ph 382-4710 ro 564-1844. FOR RENT 3 bdrm. 1 bath. 1 car carport. Fenced yard. $6S0 pina depo. 2934)075. 293-2171 Aak for Patty. BC. TOURISTS A LOCALS: Studio rooma in lovely privaU Inn. Walking diatance to all. No cooking. Daily $25. WeeUy $100 Monthly ratea available. Depoait requirad. 564 -M88. For rent: 1 bdrm house. Fenced yd, washer, watersewer A garbage pd. $300 plus $150 deposit. After 3 pm, 564-1352. In Hdn, 3 bdrm, 2 bth for rent. $475 mo. plus deposit. 565-1630. No pets. 2 bdrm house for rent. 1 child. $200 deposit. $425 Rent. Ph 565-0149. Unfurnished 3 bdrm home, 2 bth, 2 car garage, RV parking, fenced back yd. Children & small pet OK. Water paid. Asking $650 plus deposit. 565^902 or 5651679. For Rent 4 Bdrm., 2 Ba. Lewis Hm. Avail. 1/15. $675. First, Last, Security. 293-4729. BC. For rent: Highland Hills area, 3 bdrm, 2 bth. Fenced yd. Pool A Jacuzzi. On Real EsUte Market. $595 per mo. 564-2186. Beautiful 3 bdrm home w/pool. In Highland Hilla. Fireplace, dbl refrigerator. Close to schools, and shopping. Children A pets welcome. Cathy, 565-5692. WANTED: 2 or 3 bdrm. Ap.irt. under $400 Mo. in LtC Avail. Jan. 15tb. 294-0254. BC. Before 4 PM. RENTAL 4 bdrm, 2 bath, 2 car garage. $675 mo. ^lus depo. 293^0235. BC. 1 BEDROOM FURNISHED APT. for A Mature Lady 293-1305 APT FOR RENT 2 bedroom • All Eltctric inrlth swurity systam $340 month Plus deposits 864-1931 968-3677 \ A MEMBER OFTHE SEARS FINANOAL NETWORK j \\ COLDUieU i BANKeRQ [ ANCHOR REALTY, INC. } REALTORS [ TWO BEDROOM, 1 BATH mobUe home, ^ fenced yard, central heat and air, immaculate! 1 RV parking, desert landscaping. $64,000. Will < \ consider rental or lease option. Owner licensee. H WONDERFUL BUY AT $59,500. Cute 2 bed-1 ( room that has been remodeled. Large yftrd with A block wall and lush graas. i [ NEW ON MARKET! 4 bedrtfom located in cui^ de-sac. Large lot, storage and house aa neat as a pin! $89,500. \ LOTS located in Subdivision 11, Lake Terrace y and Marina Highlands. Call us for prices and I I. .Jecational ^ TOWNHOUSESI 3 bedroom models with lota { r of upgrades. Each b<>ve use of awimming pool \ A spa, tennis cour30l Q I [ GOLF COURSE AREAcustom five bed\ room, three baths, heated pool and spa, formal I dining plus family room. Large nicely landI ( scaped torner Mt! $159,900. 1 CUSTOM 3 bedroom with view of Lake Mead. I ( Vaulted ceiling in Master l>edroom. Large I 70X142 lot. Make APPT to SEE! $147,500. { [ LARGE FOUR BEDROOM with extra large i living room, overhead atorage in attic. VA ap[ praiaal avaiUblel Priced at $98,500. ) OWNER WILL TRADE for house in Boulder | r City. Two bedroom condo, located behind First < \ Western. $56,500. LARGE TWO BEDRM MOBILE on comer lot \ with loahlandacaplngl Two atorage sheda,loU i of RV parking. $92,600. | \ FAST GROWING AREA-3bednn, two bath, i [104X77 lot. Two way fireplace and cathedral ceiUng. $96,000. I LETS NEGOTIATE! 3 bedroom, 1 bath mobile. Lota of parking, nicely landscaped, block walla. \ I $69,900. i STORAGE BLDG. on Canyon Rd. $26,690 \ FIVE BEDROOM overlooking BC. FamUy room'i with firaplaca, 19X15 maatar badrm, plua pool I $190,600. ^ ) CUSTOM THREE BEDROOM with fantaatic A view of lakal lalaad Utchan. aeparate formal \ (Hnlng room with mirrorad calllttg, convanatioa i pit w/brick firaplaea, emraead patiaa, iflground y apa and much morel Call Katie for appt. to aaa. ) PRESTIGE SERIES 3 bedroom Lawia buUt, A home. Large lot with oovarad patio iooUng out' • ) topooLLotoofnpgradea.CalltoaaaI$119,60a i 501 Nividi Hwy., Bowdif City, wvitfi NOOS ) (702) 293-5757-CALL 24 HRS. i jrOLL FREEl-80(M53-18fiO. EXT. 310 ( For rent: Immediate poaaasaion, 2 bdrm, 1 bth houae. Area of E. TropicttiaANellia.$460 per mo. plua depoait. Call Al at Jensen's Realty. 664^333 or 664-2722. APARTMENTS AVAILABLE 1, 2, 3 bedroom units For infonnatiim pleaae call as at 293-1615 or 294^77 OurHoursare8a.m.to5p.m.M-S. |qA^6iAUdAAW& | M|iia!!APT$ Profttalonally minBged by A WESTMINSTER CO. A WeyilyBu—f Co. t^ COMMERCIAL/RESIDENTIAL For Rent/Lease Drive by 900 Buchanan and see this, unique property with commercial and residential all on one site!! ENVIRONS REALTY INC. 404 Nevada Hwy. 293-4663 ftTlANTie CITY APARTMENTS Quality apartments In Henderson w/drapss, carpets, appliances, central heat & AC. Washer/dryer available. $270per month. Furnished studio Apartment w/all utilities paid. S65>701< $100 Discount. 2 bdrm, 1 bth apt. Starting at $315 mo. Studios available, $225 mo. 664-2361. OFFICE/RETAIL SPACE For lease. Approx. 846 so. ft. eo. First Westtrn PlozQ, 1000 Nevodo Hiwy, B.C. $480-$S50 mo. m 293-2367 WEEKLY KITCHENETTES: 565-7929. WANTED 3 or 4 BDRM. HM. TO RENT OR LEASE. $600-660. 7366674. Ask for Dale or Barbara. Henderson Condo, studio size, furnished, fenced yd, Very clean, $275 plus denosit. 564-1509 or _452-4884. 3 bdrm near new U.S. Home in Henderson. $550 plus $350. deposit. 451-1247. 1 bdrm apt unfurnished. $225 mo. All utilities — paid except electric.—^ 566-9848. 3116 Blossom Glen, Green VaUey,3bdrm,l'/bth, fireplace, fenced yd. Pets allowed. Avail, immediately. $575. 7368960. Trailer for rent. Fumiahed. Adult park, Hdn area. 564-13^. NEW 3 BDRM, 2 BA. House, all appliances, no pets, $620 per Mo. Plua Pep. 29^3311. BC. DUPLEXES FOR RENT 236 Kansas St. $425 per month, $475 per month. 293-3471. Bd. Unf. Apts. Henderson, Central heat/air, 1 4>drm,$200mo.2bdrm, $260 mo. No peta. 564-3204. For rent: 2 bdrm, fenced yd, central air & heat, $405 mo. Deposit $300. Avail Jan 1. Ph 451-6262. FOR RENT: Kitchenettea. S40 wk. Utilities pd. Shady Rest Motel 665-7W8 Hdn. Teddy's Kitchenettea, Just bring your toothbruah. PRIVATE ROOM $150 a mo. 293-1716. Property management by professionals. specially trained CENTURY 21"' Property Management Professionals can take the worries out of managing your investment property. Give us a call today. Put Number 1 to woric for you.* Oniui)^ AU NIALTV LTD. •n t. Handanan, Nevada MOII WMMn Nevada (7U) MCI 1M 0ulafaMHMW)4O-1M0flM FOR RENT BC Indus. Pk., New commerdal/mfg. apace. Call John 293466LBC p Bob Olsen Realty U fi & Insurance Inc, RuHor-MLS e l H 6WaUTSt.,Hmdnon .TSJS 664-mi AALSp m A GEM IN THE DESERT-Beautiful view of the Vallqr on Black Mountain, this cuatom home has everything with '/i acre lot, 3 Br. 2>/i bath, dream kitchen. Freshly redecorated inaide and out. Only $119,500. .Good terma. TRAILER LOT WITH CADILLAC OF MOBILE HOMES, very nice and nice price. Call today. Trailer baa 3 Br. 2 baths, aluminum solar screens etc. Many extras. SMALL CASH BUYS THIS ONE; low, low down or email cash and pay on time. Tract #2 Home. R V Parking, carport, awnings. Call for detidlB. ONLY $36,000. SdUng for appraiaed price. Small cottage right downtown vacant. Good for retired, or young ambitioua couple. 3 Br. Home, will diacount for caah aale-Needa TLC. 2BR1 BATH TOWNHOUSE-Naat and pretty. Thia home is well kept. INDUSTRIAL LAND-and HIGHWAY FRONTAGE. FIXER UPPER-3 Br. Home Only $36,000. Bxeallant Terau-Low Down. PRIDE OF OWNERSHIP Original ownera—baantifally maintained. 3 Br., Many axtraa. Only $69,000. MMioas snviM rm NDIMRSON AHA MM M run For rent: Two 1 bdrm apta. 1 near downtown Henderaon, $290 mo. One hi Pittman area, $226 mo. Ph 461-1294. 2 bdrm, 1 bth houaa in Henderaon. Upgraded, very comfortable. Fully fenced yd. Close to shopping & acbools. $426 mo. plua $100 aecurity. 564564^952 RCNTALS No Sarvtea ft* To Tenamsl Homes available in Henderson, Green Valley & Boulder City 1 BadRMHM Iroin SS 2 Bedfeoma trem t325 3 aedraonN Irom MOO 4 Badroomt from 1475 Call or slop by loday_565-1166 Put Number! to work for you. Houaa for rant: Major k Bldr. Hwy. 3 bdrm, 1, bth, flreplM*, pool $600' mo. $260 cleaning depoait, $250 Security. You pay util. Ph 361-00(fe. 2 BDRM., 1 BATH APTS. Only $286 mo. w/low dapoaiu. Sect. 8 welcome. CaU 664-3477 or 64^6600 FURNISHED one bedroom mothpr-in-law quarters. 294-0763. BC. 2 bdrm, dining rm, fireplace, sprinkler system. $475. mo. $300 depoait. Avail Dec. 16. Ph 461-6262. Apt. for rent. 2 bdrm, 471 Jefferson. Ph 664-7934. CASTILIAN APTS. Very Nice 2 Bedrooms $410 Monthly 294-1220 831 Ave. A Boulder City 2 bdrm apt, $275. $200 deposit. No pets. No kids. Mature adulU.Ph 5654)746. KITCHENETTES Weekly ratea startfaig from $60, maid srvk weekly, util. paid. inouircBC Chevron, 801 Nev. Hwy.. 293-1631. BC O-F-Pl-C-E S-P-A-OE Available $160 & up... (UtUitiea iaclndad) Uptown Boulder City in "the Village" 526 Hotel Plaaa (Avenue C) 2934361 CONDO FOR RENT •Adults, •All appllaiic#t furnlshd 293-7778 BC HENDERSON PLAZA APTS. 730 Cantar St. Henderson, Nevada, 565-7512 2 b^jrm., ui^mlshad, pool & play yard. Near schools & shopping. Free Cable TV. from $305 month $266 mo. 1 bedrm apt, clean, new & quiet Ideal for fixed income seniors, or fixed income. Sunset Circle apta. 666-1685 For rent: 3 bdrm, Tropicana Square condo. Avail Nov. 1. Ph 566-6763, or Beeper 381-3813. ^ OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT raprox. 860 sq. ft. 300 Mo. $160 see. depo. $100 cleaning deponotrefundaUa. CaU 2r2034.BC. FREE MARKET ANALYSIS OF your property. Aiao Propertv management available. Call Anita. Realtor, Hyde and Aaaociatea. 2932144. DESERT INN MOTEL nice dean rooma, atarting at $76 wk. Maid aarvice, color TV. Alao kitchenettea avail. 293-2827. 800 Nevada Highway. BC. Jl ^ GARREn-GREATER NEVADA PROPERTIES. INC 554 Nevada HiQhway 293-3333 0 THEf ULL SERVICE REALTY MLS 623 CALIFORNIA ST.-Tri-Plex, good income property. $89,000. 821 UTAH, 2 Bdrm.-l Ba./Across front 7-Eleven & Park. $63,000. 1413 GLORIA LN Uwia Home, 4 bdrm, 2 ba., 2 car garage. Prici^ now $84400. :' SEARCHLIGHT COMMERCIAL PROPERTY-Water on proper-'i ty, 100X150, priced at $33,500.' •Will consider trade. A Boat-RV-or Land? Bring Offer. SERVING BOULDER CnY RESiOENTIAL-LAKt COMMERCIAl-PROP. MANAeEMENT SINCE 1941 APPRAISALS-NOTARVI i: ENVIRONS;! a33>HaiviE ONLY $82,500! One bedroom fumiahed DUPLEX at 525 & 527 Ave L. Lots of parking & POOL. Many amenities plua great tenantsi** ADULT LIVING IN PARK SFTT. O. Ready for move in. Ask about the "Excess Loan" available! P30V..stor property. 1303 Darlene #104B. $60,000 LA DOLCE VITA Tr-^QVPweeds Quick Sale! DUPLEX at 636 & 638 Avenue M has been reduced to $64,500.** LOW DOWN PMT-Low monthly pmU. 4 bdrm, 2 ba. home. Juat reduced. Great home for large fkmily. 512 Fifth St. $79,500. NEAR GOLF COURSE, $119,000! Owner wUl help finance. FantasUc landscaping. 982 El Camino** LOW MAINTENANCE YARD & home at 666 Mt Bona in Lake Mountain. Generous parking** POOL & TENNIS COURT at Lake Terrace. Panoramaic Lake View. SpUt. level townhome. $125,500** READY FOR MOVE IN at 627 Mt. Hunter. All-adult Uving at iu finest. View of Lake! $139,500'* CUSTOM BUILT & awaiting your choice of carpet, appliancea, etc. 4 bdrm, 4 fireplaces, 3 balconies and FANTASTIC LAKE VIEW!!! 937 Woodacre** ***Pick up free brochure at property BUILD YOUR DREAM HOME: Almoat ^ of an acre In Clareniont HelghU where you wiU have a UNPARRELLED PANORAMIC VIEW OF THE LAKE & VALLEY. Abaolutely a "one of a Und" offered at $170,000. WE HAVE SEVERAL CUSTOM HOME LOTS available for pnrcbaae in Lake Terrace, Lake Mead View, B-Hlll, Hendaraon and Laa Vegaa. HENDERSON $25,000 PRICE REDUCTION. Mission HilU home with 4 car garage, fenced 1 acre lot, enclosed patio with spa, horaa corrala and mudi more! Now only $99,000; over 1500 sq ft 3 bdrmal! Carl Cowan, Broker 293-1499 Darwin Bible, salea/raal aatata • nct l nsaa t 3S6319 Mary Board, Reaidential Spaddiat 239-7264 EUen Strombarg, Manager 293-1988 404 Nevada Hwy, BouMar Oty. NV 80006 CALL 24 HOURS 28S-H OMEa-4M3 Pumtohttd and UnfumlslMd 2 Bedroom 2 Pools-Washing) Machine Hookup NO PETS Cabia AvallabI* Children Welcome We Welcome Section Eight MtlRTQAHDINl APARTMINTS 565-9081 aOSItandyWay Hiidfon, Mv J JM^-L • ii>..'i'iini' 2 atory Condo for aale. 3 bdrm, 2 full bths. All appliances. Woodbuming fireplace, carport. No qualifying. $500 & takeover pymts. 5646361. For sale: 8X45 Trailer Houae. Call 565-9712. PoranlebyowMr.SI 2bCh.pooiapa.Blocli walk, laadaenpad yard. in Highland Hilla. $81,000. 664^2181 FOR SALE BY OWNER Beautiful two atory LewiaHome.4bdrm,3 bath recently redecorated in mature neighborhood. Two fireplacea, one in family room, one in maater bedroom. 7ft. brick bm-. All ceramic tile throughout. New stave, diahwasher, water heat^, garbage disposal and high grade carpet. Covered patio with built in BBQ. 36X16 Ft. pool with 8 ft. spa. Drive by and seeUt 1440 Rawhide Rd. then call for appt. 293^247. BC. LOW DOWN!!I 2 & 3 bedroom homes, fenced yard & best of all you get it for $50,000. Mea Ysu Can ANsfYou've ihvayt wwed • prolennnaty dpr*d wme? This one is waning lof you—* bedrooms. 175 baths. (tacoraMd bMuMu*y Mao pliancet inolading waihar. dry*, wd vMMr u cndionef LocaM in HIgNsnd Mi^ ol course! Ca Mac or Lucy to seems beauty IMI. .1. O^ntuiK ICall JeanetteDuncan] for details 458^15 or 565-1166 AVMLAeLf TWO OF TimNaToootxacTvouR RCNTe AND MAMTAm YOUNMNTALMnnRTVr OANOn MALTY HAS PNOKRTV MANAOnniT KOfUTOTAKS-raiAO' aiwvATiONranvou,Aie MAKEVOURiWSSTMpnA JOY MeriAO OP A WAOACHi. HONTHLV ACOOUNTINQ OF COLLKCnONS AND DMSURSHKNTS. CALL MAC OR LUCY FOR MFORMATION. 1MB. H^.NV (7QDS644969 IS Dr. C*% VeX 416 NEVADA HIGHWAY. BOULDER CITY, NEVADA (702) 293-3232 MiA m 1986 Centnry 21 Red EsUte CorporaUon as trustee for the NAF.* ud"^trademarkt of Century 21 Red EsUte CwpontioD. Equal Hmuing OpportoDity.a EACH OFFICE IS INDEPENDENTLY OWNED AND OPERATED BOULDER CITY HOMES MILLION DOLLAR VIEW OF LAKE MEAD from 10 ROOMS in this Iwautif ul one of a kind unique historic home. This home was built for the visiting dignatariea during the building of Hoover Dam—very well preserved and UPGRADED with all copper plumbing, central air and heat, 800 amp and most probably more electric service, all walls 8 inches thick, lota of original wood doors, hardwood inlaid floor—A HOUSE COLLECTORS DREAM-$495,000. Shown by appointment only. VIEW OF LAKE MEAD-POOl ^^-^UZZI-overlooking Lake Mead and the Monntaina. SpanisK. OV**^i>"P** ^ ''^'^ ^ '*^ batha, roman tub, large open rooi^VliRY CUSTOM home for $164,50Q. MARINA HIGHLANDS, 3 bdrm, 2 baths. SLUMPSTONE contruction, custom drapes, ceramic tiled counters in kitchen, Jenn air atove, builtin microwave, tub AND sunken tub in M/bath, EXCELLENT condiUon only $145,000. EXTRA LARGE FAMILY HOME-5 plus bedrooms, in cul de sac, with $12,000 down you can take over FHA loan. MAKE AN OFFER. $115,000. THREE BEDROOM l>/> baths, garage has FRONT and BACK door, OVERSIZED, Private back yard, Ben Franklin stove in family room, aUey access, only $84,500. PERFECT STARTER HOME, 3 bdrm, VA bath, walking distance to EVERYTHING, central heat and air, ASSUMABLE FHA loan all for $76,500. COMPLETELY UPGRADED Laketree Condo-CUSTOM OAK Kitchen, ceramic tiled floors, 2 bedroom, V/t baths, 2 car garage, COVERED PaUo, EVERYTHING at your fingertips in conununity pool, rec hall, RV storage, ^aide & OUTSIDE water are even included in asaodation fee (only $60 month.) ASSUMABLE loan with no quidifying, ONLY $86,900. TWO bedroom, VA bath LAKETREE condo, immaculate inside and out. Existing FHA loan is ASSUMABLE, thia one's an END unit, $81,900. LA DOLCE VITA condo, spUt entrance, 2 bdrm, IVi bath, INDOOR utility romn, fireplace, qukk aale and occupancy available with exiating ASSUMABLE loan, $67,000. UNOBSTRUCTED VIEW OF LAKE MEAD, aU adult Lake Mountain Estates, top of Uia line SILVERCRE8T "CHALET" modal, fireplace, outdoor heated spa overlooking the Lake, 24'X24' garage, 270 aq ft covered patio, plus 64' covered carport, compare with new model-this ia priced at ONLY $134,900. MAINTENANCE FREE YARD-Lake Mountain EaUtea, 2 bdrm, VA batii, carport, VIEW of LAKE, cathedral ceiling-buiian breakfast nook, ready for immediate occupancy, ONLY $97,500. MOBILE HOME I >^#\ BOULDER CITY We have TWO mobile hour ^QW^ble. VaUey View EaUtaa lot ia priced at $35,000 if sale ia c^^MUd before JANUARY 1967, for only $36,000. The lot in Coronado EaUtea is VACANT and ready for yoa to move your own Unit in, lot ia large enough for Dble wkle and Uatad at $40,000-maka an offer. PRICED RIGHT IN HENDERSON, 3 bdrm, VA bath, large 2 car garage. Comer lot, back yard is encloaad with Block Walls. wroifat iron gataa lead to oversiaed RV parking, coverod patio, FirafiUca, aaa ma one at $82,760. WE GET RESULTS! nn NO. 1 TO WORK FOR VOU| eesli eiese imsniiSiiiNi a—a* > i$tmtt JANICBCtAWPOBO.OMr mtZK lilLDUNAWAY.BMlHr. 2-1438 LINRTS DAVIS. 2SS-14N7 DIANNBVANAMI.. —. —>. mi PBiiilil!lit li).iiWilWW!'^^

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\ • • • • -i^l Page 10 Henderion Home News, Hendenon. Nevd Tuesday, January 6,1987 Tuaaday, January 6,1987 Handeraon Home Nawi. Handanan. Nevada Paga 11 SERVKES CwpMtliyi PwfillnQi All HousatwM Repaira RootRepalra EXP. FRONT DESK CLERKSEEKSPART TIME POSITION. Excall. Ref., 2934636. EC. A CUSTOM PAINTING. \ TINTING. WALLPAPERING. AND CABINET REFINISHING Intaikr A EatMter. Raridtnttal A oommardaL DrywaUiapainAoeouatkal caillnoa A taxturad walla. i>var 30 yra cip. In Chicago araa. Ntvada Lie. 22573. BoDded & inaiirad. Gaorga C. Brucato 4S64018 MminiMm Qua\^ Housedeaning LIcanaad Bonded RaaaonabIa Ratea WinCim wliiiccnoMS t EliuMh Koul I I luiuan I THE OTHER TELEPHONE CO.-Slaa A Mrvlea of all jronr talapkoMMada-SaaM ftraL 674 8. BMMar Hwy..Hda.6aft4506or Hendaraon apt for rent, 2 bdrm. waahar/dryar, 1 bth, aacurity antry ayatam. Fancad yd w/playground. Near achoofa A atorea. Ph 664-1807. or 56S-9660. INTERIOR DESIGNS FURNITURE CARPETS DRAPERIES WALLPAPER Best prices in Nevada JVue Fu/utiftt/ie SLEEP SHOP 220 N. Boulder Hwy. HENDERSON 565-5911 TERRY'S CLOCK SERVICE Don't Rjng in tha Naw Year on a Broken Clock. Repair it today. Open 10 to lOdaily.Ph 664^3302. JOHN LYONS CLINIC Feb. 21-2S Laa Vegaa I702-64&-7102. LMS MINI STORAGE, lOOlAtholAve.Hdn.l block aouth of BIdr Hwv. 1 block eaat of Skyline Caaino. Newhr expanded. Many 6X10, 10X10, 10X20 available. See Centnry Steel, Mon throngh Fri. 664.2506.WeeCnMUcdl 56M800. Emergendea caU 361-2331 or 3673079. A-icunmnAWN SBRVICB RaaUeatlal CoauMTOIal Maw, edge, Irta, Thatak. Raaavata, VaaaaM. Pertlllaa A lleaaad, aU A new. -ftaa Triaadac 8prar>NrRetatll. Spriakkr Rapab., Free Katlaata-B.C. Hand. M TREE TRIMMINQ 293-6836 Call RallaMa Lawn Care complete residential & commercial service. FflffE ESVMATea 1^ 702-796-1004 MASONRY INC CofTvnvQial Fireptaces, conaete slabs, btocK A brick Lie. 01S28e.01S2S7 84-14t7 Bookkeeping & Tax Service 564-9005 HENDERSON HANDYMAN Licermd 22 yn. 9xp. PmnHng. Vie. wallpaper, ate. Very reasonatle. 5tS-19i2 HENDERSON'S UcMMad Haadyman. Baa DaPua. HIra odemaa to help yoa repair it all. PluBbteg, walla, paint, alaetria, oenMMt, <9rpaatry, aaevflty ayatama, burglar alanaa. loug time local rafaraaoea. Not a atata contractor. 566-7468. AUTO REPAIR Bob from Ed'a Auto Repalra la now running Mobile Expraaa Auto Repair. 24 bra aarvice. 7 daya a wk. iUaaonablc ratea. Ph 666-9994, Bee per 381-3589. BRICK-BLOCK'CUSTOM WORK Nevada Uc 24144 14 yra experience Ph 564-7764 Hardfrorking family man will do yard work, maanal labor A odd ioba. Naeda money. X^aiU Earl. 664-3496. WHY DRIVE TO VEGAS? We carry a large aelaction of parta for major home appliancea. Ed Harwood'a Appliancea. 118 E. Lake Mead. 564-2210. CAREY'S CARPET & FURNITURE WAAA 22 PIECESI •7 Place Living Room •S Piece Bedroom •Lamps •S Piece DiAette •Frame Box Spring •MattroM $69800 WEFINANCE>r>Kji WE DELIVER NO EXTRA CHARGE) 649-5905 384-6781 2305 E. Lake Mead 1217 S Main St Open Dally -6 'Sat. -S:30 'CLOSED SUN CARPET YOUR WHOLE HOUSE!! ^^ ^^^ WKh No Dom Payment Up to 60 Moiitha To Pay 21.93 A.P.R. Complete Home Needs The FURNITURE WAREHOUSE SERVINQ THE COMMUNITY SINCE IMS 2540 E. Charleston Boulevard 382-7953 Mrt^" All Typs of Malntnanc •Ratidantiai •Commarelai I Can Fix Or Maka Most ANYTHING Sawing Machlna & Vacuum Claanars Rapalrad Soranaan'8 509 Hotal Plaza 293-3770 BC JM LANDSCAPE CO. Commerdal-Reaidential Landacaping Sprinkler Syatema Tractor Work Available State Uc. 22312 Bonded-Insured 565^59 J Home Laundry & Honsecleaniiif Service —Lowest Ratei— calL 564-3927 NORMAN GARDINER CONTRACTOR nMUutUal Admona ftamodallng Cablnatry Ucenaa Number 23S0S 2935004 DffMN Ri^Blr y'ti imn byiriwii 29^0t21 BOULPCR eiBCTMC Ui. N. 1S1I7 eiN2Mm B.C. CANVAS SPECIALTIES Specializing in Custom Boat Canvas Cuatom Canvaa a auppllaa Canvaa Produeta BC Canvaa Spaclaltlaa Co. 1106 Nwrada Hwy. BC 293-4509 THE SALVATION ARMY IS IN DESPERA TE NEED OF FURNITURE AND CLOTHES. PLEASE CALL THE SALVATION ARMY PICKUP AT 649-2374-5-e. GILBERT CONSTRUCTION CONCRETE ^^ House slabs *^ Driveways .^Walkways ^Patios & Curte FREE ESTIMATES Uc. No. 22310 BUS:(702) 565-9859 Eves. RES:(7e2) 565-1855 Far your eaaiplata laam ear* call PONDEROSA LAWN SERVICE 294-7715 MaM*0, limnwg, lolilianp. /w^gaMmrmv. tdging. gardtnlandKapirwL Stning Boukhf Cty. HtnOmon. i Ormn Valay Frm emmnea Commerical Buildings Fireplaces Block Walls MOSSER'S MASONRY Mason Contractors IVKWKntH KSPMK SpadallziiM in IBM Typtwtitin 607 Fidtrol Hwidtiym \k. 27t-S7t4 ROOFCMireMKNTRy-MimiM -swwpeooim. g.-- ^-** a— rrVf mWamWtm M-1C71 Licensed. 564-6724 AARON FENCING Fraa Eatlmataa Chain Link ft Wood Fencing 20 Yaara E)fp. Ph. 451-8100 State Lie. 15332 RENTWAT MOVING & TRAILER SALES 702-297-1620 DEAN MOSSER Uc. No. 14768 Henderson, Nevada Mike 564-7192 Dean 564-3540 PEARSON MASONRY 453-1869 4925 E. Mohave Ave. Las Vegaa, Nev. 89104 Lioanaa 15538 Jack Pearson eONCftCTE Quality work that will beautify your home Lie. & Bonded. Free Eatimafea. Reaidential Artiata. 293-6816. MRfSUttMCARE Landscoping Sprinklen Mowing Trimming PhSM-S269 Hauling A cleanup & small carpentry work A home repaira. Reaaonable ratea/Henderaon Realdent 24 yra. S6&6641 aak for Mttk. ^_ CARPETS CLEANED PROFESSIONALLY Backhoe and operator, $40. per hr. Grout pump available. CaU 5664077. INSTA-CLEAN MAID-JANITORIAL Professional reaidential A commercial cleaning service for BC-Hdn. Also acoustical ceiling cleaning A wall waahing. Free eatimates. CaU 293-3316. B.C. • pc*^ SUN REALTY Resldantlal Commarleal Industrial OURADA't WINDOW WASHING SERVICE Call SM.BM7 For a free estimate Bus. Lie -273-05619 EAQER BEAVER Landscape & Lawn Maintenance Raeldaniial Commercial CompMe Landacape Renovations Log Edgings—Drip Watering Systems Roto-Tilling & Baolthoe Sen/ice WITMYOUAND .VM YOURFi 564-5374 Commarclal A RaaMantlal •Fraa Eatlmataa •RaaaonabIa Rataa Sarving BouMar C^, Handaraon A Or. Valley XUMIU^ lU Sue "THE REAL ESTATE PROFESSIONALS" 1311 Nevada Hwy., Boulder City, Nevada 89005 24 HOURS (702) 293-2151 WE OFFER FULL SERVICE INCLUDING PROPERTY MANAGEMENT HAPIV HOLIDAyS Frm All Of U: San6^ifi^ So4toH ( Outdoor Lig^mg ^ Ca*r>gFnni Home ImproMmsnl MOimiSONmJSCTRIC aSCTJUCAL CONTUCrtHO A HUMTgNANCM •tUY RAYS AUTO CARE CENTER Battery — Tune Dps 4's and 6s $29 95, V8's $39 95 We buy junk batteries, top price paid 565-1088 1708 Boulder Hwy, Henderaon ^ STOP BY OUR OFFICE AND LOOK OVER THE MANY OTHER LISTINOS WE HAVE AVAILABLE YOU NAME IT, WE'LL DO IT, RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL •Additions, •Rennodel or •Repair Lie. No. 14492. Ph. 293-4284 RENTALS Kitchenettea-Adults only. No pets. Western Inn, 294^393 or 293-2044 FOR RENT. l-2<3 bdrm traUera.S60toS106wli 56M784 or 56 6-7141. AvaiL Feb. 1,1 bdrm fum. apt in Henderson. Call 293-2593 or 294-5030. For rent: Covely 3 bdrm, 2 bth Hdn home. Recently remodeled. Balanced power, $495 mo. 5651121 or 564-2882. Large nice studio apts, $60 wk or $185 mo. Ph 382-4710 ro 564-1844. FOR RENT 3 bdrm. 1 bath. 1 car carport. Fenced yard. $6S0 pina depo. 2934)075. 293-2171 Aak for Patty. BC. TOURISTS A LOCALS: Studio rooma in lovely privaU Inn. Walking diatance to all. No cooking. Daily $25. WeeUy $100 Monthly ratea available. Depoait requirad. 564 -M88. For rent: 1 bdrm house. Fenced yd, washer, watersewer A garbage pd. $300 plus $150 deposit. After 3 pm, 564-1352. In Hdn, 3 bdrm, 2 bth for rent. $475 mo. plus deposit. 565-1630. No pets. 2 bdrm house for rent. 1 child. $200 deposit. $425 Rent. Ph 565-0149. Unfurnished 3 bdrm home, 2 bth, 2 car garage, RV parking, fenced back yd. Children & small pet OK. Water paid. Asking $650 plus deposit. 565^902 or 5651679. For Rent 4 Bdrm., 2 Ba. Lewis Hm. Avail. 1/15. $675. First, Last, Security. 293-4729. BC. For rent: Highland Hills area, 3 bdrm, 2 bth. Fenced yd. Pool A Jacuzzi. On Real EsUte Market. $595 per mo. 564-2186. Beautiful 3 bdrm home w/pool. In Highland Hilla. Fireplace, dbl refrigerator. Close to schools, and shopping. Children A pets welcome. Cathy, 565-5692. WANTED: 2 or 3 bdrm. Ap.irt. under $400 Mo. in LtC Avail. Jan. 15tb. 294-0254. BC. Before 4 PM. RENTAL 4 bdrm, 2 bath, 2 car garage. $675 mo. ^lus depo. 293^0235. BC. 1 BEDROOM FURNISHED APT. for A Mature Lady 293-1305 APT FOR RENT 2 bedroom • All Eltctric inrlth swurity systam $340 month Plus deposits 864-1931 968-3677 \ A MEMBER OFTHE SEARS FINANOAL NETWORK j \\ COLDUieU i BANKeRQ [ ANCHOR REALTY, INC. } REALTORS [ TWO BEDROOM, 1 BATH mobUe home, ^ fenced yard, central heat and air, immaculate! 1 RV parking, desert landscaping. $64,000. Will < \ consider rental or lease option. Owner licensee. H WONDERFUL BUY AT $59,500. Cute 2 bed-1 ( room that has been remodeled. Large yftrd with A block wall and lush graas. i [ NEW ON MARKET! 4 bedrtfom located in cui^ de-sac. Large lot, storage and house aa neat as a pin! $89,500. \ LOTS located in Subdivision 11, Lake Terrace y and Marina Highlands. Call us for prices and I I. .Jecational ^ TOWNHOUSESI 3 bedroom models with lota { r of upgrades. Each b<>ve use of awimming pool \ A spa, tennis cour30l Q I [ GOLF COURSE AREAcustom five bed\ room, three baths, heated pool and spa, formal I dining plus family room. Large nicely landI ( scaped torner Mt! $159,900. 1 CUSTOM 3 bedroom with view of Lake Mead. I ( Vaulted ceiling in Master l>edroom. Large I 70X142 lot. Make APPT to SEE! $147,500. { [ LARGE FOUR BEDROOM with extra large i living room, overhead atorage in attic. VA ap[ praiaal avaiUblel Priced at $98,500. ) OWNER WILL TRADE for house in Boulder | r City. Two bedroom condo, located behind First < \ Western. $56,500. LARGE TWO BEDRM MOBILE on comer lot \ with loahlandacaplngl Two atorage sheda,loU i of RV parking. $92,600. | \ FAST GROWING AREA-3bednn, two bath, i [104X77 lot. Two way fireplace and cathedral ceiUng. $96,000. I LETS NEGOTIATE! 3 bedroom, 1 bath mobile. Lota of parking, nicely landscaped, block walla. \ I $69,900. i STORAGE BLDG. on Canyon Rd. $26,690 \ FIVE BEDROOM overlooking BC. FamUy room'i with firaplaca, 19X15 maatar badrm, plua pool I $190,600. ^ ) CUSTOM THREE BEDROOM with fantaatic A view of lakal lalaad Utchan. aeparate formal \ (Hnlng room with mirrorad calllttg, convanatioa i pit w/brick firaplaea, emraead patiaa, iflground y apa and much morel Call Katie for appt. to aaa. ) PRESTIGE SERIES 3 bedroom Lawia buUt, A home. Large lot with oovarad patio iooUng out' • ) topooLLotoofnpgradea.CalltoaaaI$119,60a i 501 Nividi Hwy., Bowdif City, wvitfi NOOS ) (702) 293-5757-CALL 24 HRS. i jrOLL FREEl-80(M53-18fiO. EXT. 310 ( For rent: Immediate poaaasaion, 2 bdrm, 1 bth houae. Area of E. TropicttiaANellia.$460 per mo. plua depoait. Call Al at Jensen's Realty. 664^333 or 664-2722. APARTMENTS AVAILABLE 1, 2, 3 bedroom units For infonnatiim pleaae call as at 293-1615 or 294^77 OurHoursare8a.m.to5p.m.M-S. |qA^6iAUdAAW& | M|iia!!APT$ Profttalonally minBged by A WESTMINSTER CO. A WeyilyBu—f Co. t^ COMMERCIAL/RESIDENTIAL For Rent/Lease Drive by 900 Buchanan and see this, unique property with commercial and residential all on one site!! ENVIRONS REALTY INC. 404 Nevada Hwy. 293-4663 ftTlANTie CITY APARTMENTS Quality apartments In Henderson w/drapss, carpets, appliances, central heat & AC. Washer/dryer available. $270per month. Furnished studio Apartment w/all utilities paid. S65>701< $100 Discount. 2 bdrm, 1 bth apt. Starting at $315 mo. Studios available, $225 mo. 664-2361. OFFICE/RETAIL SPACE For lease. Approx. 846 so. ft. eo. First Westtrn PlozQ, 1000 Nevodo Hiwy, B.C. $480-$S50 mo. m 293-2367 WEEKLY KITCHENETTES: 565-7929. WANTED 3 or 4 BDRM. HM. TO RENT OR LEASE. $600-660. 7366674. Ask for Dale or Barbara. Henderson Condo, studio size, furnished, fenced yd, Very clean, $275 plus denosit. 564-1509 or _452-4884. 3 bdrm near new U.S. Home in Henderson. $550 plus $350. deposit. 451-1247. 1 bdrm apt unfurnished. $225 mo. All utilities — paid except electric.—^ 566-9848. 3116 Blossom Glen, Green VaUey,3bdrm,l'/bth, fireplace, fenced yd. Pets allowed. Avail, immediately. $575. 7368960. Trailer for rent. Fumiahed. Adult park, Hdn area. 564-13^. NEW 3 BDRM, 2 BA. House, all appliances, no pets, $620 per Mo. Plua Pep. 29^3311. BC. DUPLEXES FOR RENT 236 Kansas St. $425 per month, $475 per month. 293-3471. Bd. Unf. Apts. Henderson, Central heat/air, 1 4>drm,$200mo.2bdrm, $260 mo. No peta. 564-3204. For rent: 2 bdrm, fenced yd, central air & heat, $405 mo. Deposit $300. Avail Jan 1. Ph 451-6262. FOR RENT: Kitchenettea. S40 wk. Utilities pd. Shady Rest Motel 665-7W8 Hdn. Teddy's Kitchenettea, Just bring your toothbruah. PRIVATE ROOM $150 a mo. 293-1716. Property management by professionals. specially trained CENTURY 21"' Property Management Professionals can take the worries out of managing your investment property. Give us a call today. Put Number 1 to woric for you.* Oniui)^ AU NIALTV LTD. •n t. Handanan, Nevada MOII WMMn Nevada (7U) MCI 1M 0ulafaMHMW)4O-1M0flM FOR RENT BC Indus. Pk., New commerdal/mfg. apace. Call John 293466LBC p Bob Olsen Realty U fi & Insurance Inc, RuHor-MLS e l H 6WaUTSt.,Hmdnon .TSJS 664-mi AALSp m A GEM IN THE DESERT-Beautiful view of the Vallqr on Black Mountain, this cuatom home has everything with '/i acre lot, 3 Br. 2>/i bath, dream kitchen. Freshly redecorated inaide and out. Only $119,500. .Good terma. TRAILER LOT WITH CADILLAC OF MOBILE HOMES, very nice and nice price. Call today. Trailer baa 3 Br. 2 baths, aluminum solar screens etc. Many extras. SMALL CASH BUYS THIS ONE; low, low down or email cash and pay on time. Tract #2 Home. R V Parking, carport, awnings. Call for detidlB. ONLY $36,000. SdUng for appraiaed price. Small cottage right downtown vacant. Good for retired, or young ambitioua couple. 3 Br. Home, will diacount for caah aale-Needa TLC. 2BR1 BATH TOWNHOUSE-Naat and pretty. Thia home is well kept. INDUSTRIAL LAND-and HIGHWAY FRONTAGE. FIXER UPPER-3 Br. Home Only $36,000. Bxeallant Terau-Low Down. PRIDE OF OWNERSHIP Original ownera—baantifally maintained. 3 Br., Many axtraa. Only $69,000. MMioas snviM rm NDIMRSON AHA MM M run For rent: Two 1 bdrm apta. 1 near downtown Henderaon, $290 mo. One hi Pittman area, $226 mo. Ph 461-1294. 2 bdrm, 1 bth houaa in Henderaon. Upgraded, very comfortable. Fully fenced yd. Close to shopping & acbools. $426 mo. plua $100 aecurity. 564564^952 RCNTALS No Sarvtea ft* To Tenamsl Homes available in Henderson, Green Valley & Boulder City 1 BadRMHM Iroin SS 2 Bedfeoma trem t325 3 aedraonN Irom MOO 4 Badroomt from 1475 Call or slop by loday_565-1166 Put Number! to work for you. Houaa for rant: Major k Bldr. Hwy. 3 bdrm, 1, bth, flreplM*, pool $600' mo. $260 cleaning depoait, $250 Security. You pay util. Ph 361-00(fe. 2 BDRM., 1 BATH APTS. Only $286 mo. w/low dapoaiu. Sect. 8 welcome. CaU 664-3477 or 64^6600 FURNISHED one bedroom mothpr-in-law quarters. 294-0763. BC. 2 bdrm, dining rm, fireplace, sprinkler system. $475. mo. $300 depoait. Avail Dec. 16. Ph 461-6262. Apt. for rent. 2 bdrm, 471 Jefferson. Ph 664-7934. CASTILIAN APTS. Very Nice 2 Bedrooms $410 Monthly 294-1220 831 Ave. A Boulder City 2 bdrm apt, $275. $200 deposit. No pets. No kids. Mature adulU.Ph 5654)746. KITCHENETTES Weekly ratea startfaig from $60, maid srvk weekly, util. paid. inouircBC Chevron, 801 Nev. Hwy.. 293-1631. BC O-F-Pl-C-E S-P-A-OE Available $160 & up... (UtUitiea iaclndad) Uptown Boulder City in "the Village" 526 Hotel Plaaa (Avenue C) 2934361 CONDO FOR RENT •Adults, •All appllaiic#t furnlshd 293-7778 BC HENDERSON PLAZA APTS. 730 Cantar St. Henderson, Nevada, 565-7512 2 b^jrm., ui^mlshad, pool & play yard. Near schools & shopping. Free Cable TV. from $305 month $266 mo. 1 bedrm apt, clean, new & quiet Ideal for fixed income seniors, or fixed income. Sunset Circle apta. 666-1685 For rent: 3 bdrm, Tropicana Square condo. Avail Nov. 1. Ph 566-6763, or Beeper 381-3813. ^ OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT raprox. 860 sq. ft. 300 Mo. $160 see. depo. $100 cleaning deponotrefundaUa. CaU 2r2034.BC. FREE MARKET ANALYSIS OF your property. Aiao Propertv management available. Call Anita. Realtor, Hyde and Aaaociatea. 2932144. DESERT INN MOTEL nice dean rooma, atarting at $76 wk. Maid aarvice, color TV. Alao kitchenettea avail. 293-2827. 800 Nevada Highway. BC. Jl ^ GARREn-GREATER NEVADA PROPERTIES. INC 554 Nevada HiQhway 293-3333 0 THEf ULL SERVICE REALTY MLS 623 CALIFORNIA ST.-Tri-Plex, good income property. $89,000. 821 UTAH, 2 Bdrm.-l Ba./Across front 7-Eleven & Park. $63,000. 1413 GLORIA LN Uwia Home, 4 bdrm, 2 ba., 2 car garage. Prici^ now $84400. :' SEARCHLIGHT COMMERCIAL PROPERTY-Water on proper-'i ty, 100X150, priced at $33,500.' •Will consider trade. A Boat-RV-or Land? Bring Offer. SERVING BOULDER CnY RESiOENTIAL-LAKt COMMERCIAl-PROP. MANAeEMENT SINCE 1941 APPRAISALS-NOTARVI i: ENVIRONS;! a33>HaiviE ONLY $82,500! One bedroom fumiahed DUPLEX at 525 & 527 Ave L. Lots of parking & POOL. Many amenities plua great tenantsi** ADULT LIVING IN PARK SFTT. O. Ready for move in. Ask about the "Excess Loan" available! P30V..stor property. 1303 Darlene #104B. $60,000 LA DOLCE VITA Tr-^QVPweeds Quick Sale! DUPLEX at 636 & 638 Avenue M has been reduced to $64,500.** LOW DOWN PMT-Low monthly pmU. 4 bdrm, 2 ba. home. Juat reduced. Great home for large fkmily. 512 Fifth St. $79,500. NEAR GOLF COURSE, $119,000! Owner wUl help finance. FantasUc landscaping. 982 El Camino** LOW MAINTENANCE YARD & home at 666 Mt Bona in Lake Mountain. Generous parking** POOL & TENNIS COURT at Lake Terrace. Panoramaic Lake View. SpUt. level townhome. $125,500** READY FOR MOVE IN at 627 Mt. Hunter. All-adult Uving at iu finest. View of Lake! $139,500'* CUSTOM BUILT & awaiting your choice of carpet, appliancea, etc. 4 bdrm, 4 fireplaces, 3 balconies and FANTASTIC LAKE VIEW!!! 937 Woodacre** ***Pick up free brochure at property BUILD YOUR DREAM HOME: Almoat ^ of an acre In Clareniont HelghU where you wiU have a UNPARRELLED PANORAMIC VIEW OF THE LAKE & VALLEY. Abaolutely a "one of a Und" offered at $170,000. WE HAVE SEVERAL CUSTOM HOME LOTS available for pnrcbaae in Lake Terrace, Lake Mead View, B-Hlll, Hendaraon and Laa Vegaa. HENDERSON $25,000 PRICE REDUCTION. Mission HilU home with 4 car garage, fenced 1 acre lot, enclosed patio with spa, horaa corrala and mudi more! Now only $99,000; over 1500 sq ft 3 bdrmal! Carl Cowan, Broker 293-1499 Darwin Bible, salea/raal aatata • nct l nsaa t 3S6319 Mary Board, Reaidential Spaddiat 239-7264 EUen Strombarg, Manager 293-1988 404 Nevada Hwy, BouMar Oty. NV 80006 CALL 24 HOURS 28S-H OMEa-4M3 Pumtohttd and UnfumlslMd 2 Bedroom 2 Pools-Washing) Machine Hookup NO PETS Cabia AvallabI* Children Welcome We Welcome Section Eight MtlRTQAHDINl APARTMINTS 565-9081 aOSItandyWay Hiidfon, Mv J JM^-L • ii>..'i'iini' 2 atory Condo for aale. 3 bdrm, 2 full bths. All appliances. Woodbuming fireplace, carport. No qualifying. $500 & takeover pymts. 5646361. For sale: 8X45 Trailer Houae. Call 565-9712. PoranlebyowMr.SI 2bCh.pooiapa.Blocli walk, laadaenpad yard. in Highland Hilla. $81,000. 664^2181 FOR SALE BY OWNER Beautiful two atory LewiaHome.4bdrm,3 bath recently redecorated in mature neighborhood. Two fireplacea, one in family room, one in maater bedroom. 7ft. brick bm-. All ceramic tile throughout. New stave, diahwasher, water heat^, garbage disposal and high grade carpet. Covered patio with built in BBQ. 36X16 Ft. pool with 8 ft. spa. Drive by and seeUt 1440 Rawhide Rd. then call for appt. 293^247. BC. LOW DOWN!!I 2 & 3 bedroom homes, fenced yard & best of all you get it for $50,000. Mea Ysu Can ANsfYou've ihvayt wwed • prolennnaty dpr*d wme? This one is waning lof you—* bedrooms. 175 baths. (tacoraMd bMuMu*y Mao pliancet inolading waihar. dry*, wd vMMr u cndionef LocaM in HIgNsnd Mi^ ol course! Ca Mac or Lucy to seems beauty IMI. .1. O^ntuiK ICall JeanetteDuncan] for details 458^15 or 565-1166 AVMLAeLf TWO OF TimNaToootxacTvouR RCNTe AND MAMTAm YOUNMNTALMnnRTVr OANOn MALTY HAS PNOKRTV MANAOnniT KOfUTOTAKS-raiAO' aiwvATiONranvou,Aie MAKEVOURiWSSTMpnA JOY MeriAO OP A WAOACHi. HONTHLV ACOOUNTINQ OF COLLKCnONS AND DMSURSHKNTS. CALL MAC OR LUCY FOR MFORMATION. 1MB. H^.NV (7QDS644969 IS Dr. C*% VeX 416 NEVADA HIGHWAY. BOULDER CITY, NEVADA (702) 293-3232 MiA m 1986 Centnry 21 Red EsUte CorporaUon as trustee for the NAF.* ud"^trademarkt of Century 21 Red EsUte CwpontioD. Equal Hmuing OpportoDity.a EACH OFFICE IS INDEPENDENTLY OWNED AND OPERATED BOULDER CITY HOMES MILLION DOLLAR VIEW OF LAKE MEAD from 10 ROOMS in this Iwautif ul one of a kind unique historic home. This home was built for the visiting dignatariea during the building of Hoover Dam—very well preserved and UPGRADED with all copper plumbing, central air and heat, 800 amp and most probably more electric service, all walls 8 inches thick, lota of original wood doors, hardwood inlaid floor—A HOUSE COLLECTORS DREAM-$495,000. Shown by appointment only. VIEW OF LAKE MEAD-POOl ^^-^UZZI-overlooking Lake Mead and the Monntaina. SpanisK. OV**^i>"P** ^ ''^'^ ^ '*^ batha, roman tub, large open rooi^VliRY CUSTOM home for $164,50Q. MARINA HIGHLANDS, 3 bdrm, 2 baths. SLUMPSTONE contruction, custom drapes, ceramic tiled counters in kitchen, Jenn air atove, builtin microwave, tub AND sunken tub in M/bath, EXCELLENT condiUon only $145,000. EXTRA LARGE FAMILY HOME-5 plus bedrooms, in cul de sac, with $12,000 down you can take over FHA loan. MAKE AN OFFER. $115,000. THREE BEDROOM l>/> baths, garage has FRONT and BACK door, OVERSIZED, Private back yard, Ben Franklin stove in family room, aUey access, only $84,500. PERFECT STARTER HOME, 3 bdrm, VA bath, walking distance to EVERYTHING, central heat and air, ASSUMABLE FHA loan all for $76,500. COMPLETELY UPGRADED Laketree Condo-CUSTOM OAK Kitchen, ceramic tiled floors, 2 bedroom, V/t baths, 2 car garage, COVERED PaUo, EVERYTHING at your fingertips in conununity pool, rec hall, RV storage, ^aide & OUTSIDE water are even included in asaodation fee (only $60 month.) ASSUMABLE loan with no quidifying, ONLY $86,900. TWO bedroom, VA bath LAKETREE condo, immaculate inside and out. Existing FHA loan is ASSUMABLE, thia one's an END unit, $81,900. LA DOLCE VITA condo, spUt entrance, 2 bdrm, IVi bath, INDOOR utility romn, fireplace, qukk aale and occupancy available with exiating ASSUMABLE loan, $67,000. UNOBSTRUCTED VIEW OF LAKE MEAD, aU adult Lake Mountain Estates, top of Uia line SILVERCRE8T "CHALET" modal, fireplace, outdoor heated spa overlooking the Lake, 24'X24' garage, 270 aq ft covered patio, plus 64' covered carport, compare with new model-this ia priced at ONLY $134,900. MAINTENANCE FREE YARD-Lake Mountain EaUtea, 2 bdrm, VA batii, carport, VIEW of LAKE, cathedral ceiling-buiian breakfast nook, ready for immediate occupancy, ONLY $97,500. MOBILE HOME I >^#\ BOULDER CITY We have TWO mobile hour ^QW^ble. VaUey View EaUtaa lot ia priced at $35,000 if sale ia c^^MUd before JANUARY 1967, for only $36,000. The lot in Coronado EaUtea is VACANT and ready for yoa to move your own Unit in, lot ia large enough for Dble wkle and Uatad at $40,000-maka an offer. PRICED RIGHT IN HENDERSON, 3 bdrm, VA bath, large 2 car garage. Comer lot, back yard is encloaad with Block Walls. wroifat iron gataa lead to oversiaed RV parking, coverod patio, FirafiUca, aaa ma one at $82,760. WE GET RESULTS! nn NO. 1 TO WORK FOR VOU| eesli eiese imsniiSiiiNi a—a* > i$tmtt JANICBCtAWPOBO.OMr mtZK lilLDUNAWAY.BMlHr. 2-1438 LINRTS DAVIS. 2SS-14N7 DIANNBVANAMI.. —. —>. mi PBiiilil!lit li).iiWilWW!'^^

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T^ ^ • >' I • iVwilMiMkMMlK ase*cPg It Iltii4rw>n Home Newi, HcnderMB, Nevada Tuesday, January 6, 1987 mtiMliii FwnNy MOBILK HOME FOR SALE IN BOULDER CITY PARK CUMt, tiolsw. BC TRAILER 10X10 • • very BIM Cidl 2934008. K322222Z -^^^^^ ^ tXEQUTIVE CUSTOM HOME J THIS 2 8T0RY 4 BeOROOiyi PARADWE FEATURES: • Fw ^ iooinw/woodbun>lnQfWplCtounntKltchiwA*noo > and caWrwte • Sparkling pod, Sp; cabanna S +Bar-B4l. •Sunroundcd by ovar an acra of huh S landacaping. Juat on* block to golf couraa pro Your* for 1175,000. CALL MANNY 293-5757 or 294-0870 COLDWEU BANKER-ANCHOR RIALTY S HIN* ChlMI-^ badroom, 1 75 (rflti home n(h 2 car garage Endoasd palio makat great tamilyroam or poasble -oflice/clen Hoom lor a pool and an R V Deaert landacaping for easy care Near schools Spic & span (rom^ip to toe $79 900. can la day. ask for Sharon Kozar 565-6620 1MB. • kNV (70S)M44M IR Or. Price Droppedll— A real good opportunity to own a lovely 3 tjedroom & 1 75 bath home in lop condition Fully landscaped m Highland Mills S76.500 Call Mac or Lucy 160 B. H^NV SI Dr. BY OWNER CUSTOM BUILT Overlooking Lake Mead 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath, 2 car garage, heated pool (15X25) Many extras & better than new 293-7121 B.C. .NEW HOME 2 bdnn. 2 Mk. 2 oar fan. ON ..^ WXIM lot. Comer of M^JorudBeU $67,900. Ph.4fiM89er461-2236. 14X70 Mobile Home for MIO. Owaer deepemte. ReAioed to 19.000. Or *: • *hmt offer! M4-9109. MoiriMiteuiheww between HdM A BC View of the dty. Vt •en, S bdrm, 2 bt(. Walk-in pantry, fireplace, 2 car garage, energy efficient. Zoned for horse*. $89,900. Owner 6481351 or 66476. ^ Excellent location overkwUngvaUey, 3,400 sq. ft. custom family home. Many features. Horse E ierty, 1 acre for e corrals. Etc. 639 tans. Hdn. 564-3526. TI^?WeeB^aW^^ See this nice horrie with very lair price of $53 500 & bnng offer 2 Choice Lola on access road across from Safeway Shopping! ^oned Duplexl CeoHll'l Lot in heavy traffic area Owner is easy lo deal [ 4PLEX 2 BEDROOMS 2 BATHS EACH ] Three Years New Qreat Investment Fo^ Sale by Owner C213)-828-3775) Afrar 6 p.m. FOR SALE, RENT OR LEASE WITH OPTION TO BUY by owner. Condo, 2 bdrm, \% ba. Adult community. $49,950. Call 293-2367. BC. 2.S A. Sec. 4. Owner must salll Bnng an offer Price We bivtta AH to visit our New C emwe w lal DMilen located at 219 B Water St N B 8 A 219 B L Water N T Ha YJ6MSS8 Who sells more homes? The CENTURY 2r'system sells moK homes, finds more homes and delivers more successful transactions every day than anyone else in the world. So whether you're looking to buy or sell, call our office today. Put N u mber I 10 wofk for jfOM.* Qff^r/r A4A MALTV LTD. Home With Cowitlea* Cuatom ck fireplace, lolt r with Roman tub plus 2 more bedrooms, built in microwave, and a great viewl • Al thia plus room for mother inlaw or office space S12S.OO0. please call Sharon Kozar at 565^20 n 160 E. Hofiaon Or. Bank Repos A consignments. Let us find yon a home today. Call OM Way Mobile Home Salsa sfeeOSO. DESERT SHADOWS DOLL HOUSE 2 bdrm, 1 bath, block wall. Auto garage door. Front sprinklers. $57300. CaU Donna RANCHO VISTA REALTY, Roaltor 79M700. NEED TO SELL YOUR HOUSE? WE WILL BUY IT NOWI 29S-1613 G.A. "Qm\y" Smith. Inc. For A PamMy Excitingty Irving room comrrandSi adtniralion and reepect lor this jhwp ranch Kyle. 3 bedroom. 2 IMTI home Happy living starts here lor you and your family All *)> comfort for under $65,000 Lai ua ten you more today Call now 505 1166 HANDS TKO LACK OF CASH? KOZAL't TafiiZfiQUrJZftiiSf Parcel Of Land Suitable For Convenience Store WKh QaaPumpa Call Don Oargia Realty S644M9 1MB. Bdb.NV <70S)5M.M9 Dr. LAKE VIEW CUSTOM HM. 3 BDRM. 2Vi Ba.. 2.100 sq. ft. Open floor Plan, snnken LR.. fireplace, k. tUed kitchen. Red Oak eaUnetSir, U.S. Range plus enn-air Uait. Boat Port, maintenance free landacaping. VA Assumable. lOVi. Bj Owner, $225,000. 29}2906. BC. {Ks^m. CORGIS REALTY BtALlOB (702) Se4-69S9 ^ LAND COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL LOTS AVAILABLE., IF YOU ARE BUYING OR SELLING LAND, STOP BY OUR OFFICE AT 160 EAST HORIZON DRIVE AND SEE WHAT I HAVE TO OFFER YOU. I SPECIALIZE IN VACANT LAND DON DENISON. 564-6969 BY OWNER: 3 Bdrm. W/Familv rm., $66,000. After 6:00 P.M. or all da^ weekends 293200. J BDRM. Condo-lst floor unit, carpeted, kitchen W/all appliances, washer ft dryer, F.R. W/wet bar. 2 full ba.. $71,900 Afternoons 294-0269. BC. BANK OWNED LAKE MEAD VIEW CUSTOM HOME LOTS FOR SALE Low money down. Owner will finance or twild to suit. Preferred rate financing and terms available. Call Cathy Kammeyer or Laura Smith 364-2440 Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. CUSTOM 2 story, 4 bdrm, Sba., 2,600 sq. ft. Vi acre lot. Priced below appraiaaL29S.3582.BC NEWLY REFURNISHED: 4 bdrm, Ibth block home in well kept neighborhood. College Park, N. Us Vegas. Extra Ig block jrard, coveretl patio (>ots of extras. VA appraised $57,500. CaU J.K.Enterprise, 384-2791.9 am to 4 pm. For sale: Vi acre. Sect 27 on Quarterhorse. Ellsberg Realty, Call C|iar 565-8296. SELLING AT $5,000 LESS THAN FHAAP PRAISAL OF $85,600. 4 bdrm, 2 bth, fireplace, landscape, desert view. Highland Hills, Hdn. 56$-1948. _^ BEAUTIFUL VIEW. Custom home, comer lot in prestigious area. Boulder City. Call J.K. Enterprise, 384-2791. 9 am til 4 pm. 64X12 FESTIVAL MOBILE HM., Carport, 2 awnings. Located 1295 Pahnwood. (Gingerwood Pk.). Adults Only. 2930391. $24,000. BC. STOP, LOOK AND READ this—then think about It Half acre zoned for horses 3 bdrm, 2 full bth, 22X13 family rm w/woodtxjrning fireplace 21X14 living room w/woodt)urning fireplace. Formal dining room. All appliances stay-built in microwave. 1,820 sq. ft. Heated pool and spa Desert Landscaping-quiet area, $105,000 Oon'r WMlt—Call now JENSEN'S REALTY-564-3333 or 565-9965 Aak for Dava 2Vi yr Old home. 2 bdrms, IVt bth w/2 car garage, auto opener. Ceiling fans in both bdrms. Upgrade window coveringa & carpet. $68,000. Call 5644610 or 5641955. Leave message if no answer. HOME FOR SALE: 3 bdrm, 1,700 sq. ft. Fireplace, spa matgre landscaping. Many upgrades. 1409 Esther Dr. Call 293-5496 eves for appt. B,C Listings wanted. Let w sell your moUle hone for you. CaU One Way Mobile Home Sales, 566-6060. MOBILE HOME 8X40 MUST SELL. Natural gas & elec. fnra. Located Moore's Pk. 736-1871. THREE BDRM 2 bath, desert landscaping. RV parking. $84,900. 2934630780. For aale: 8X45 TraUer House. CaU 6654r712. BY OWNER 4 bedroom, 1% bath, 2 car garago, foncod backyard Qardon plot and fruit troos. Assumablo FHA loan, $84,000 1311 Elta Way. B.C. 2933062 HOUSE FOR SME 4 Bodroom, IVi Both, Family Room, Pool, Mony Extras. 1402 Elso Way. B.C. A Country KItehon For Mom— a huge workshop for Dad and iMdrooms enough for ttie Kids Workshop is fully heated & cooled, 24 x 30 A good investment lor a family, there are Iruit beanng trees & fenced rear yard Cal l Mac or Lucy $88,000. 160 B. H^NV (70B^5^^69 Dr. Most seU: By owner, 4plex, Pittman. Approx. $100 negaUve. $134,000. Ph 7roJB5-1965. FREE MARKET ANALYSIS OF yotv property. Alsti'^roMrty managMnoat avdlable. CaU Anita, Realtor, Hydi and Asaodatea. 2032144. 4 pioz for trade. Would Uke to trade Hdn 4 plex for Condo. Approx. $25,000 equity. Positive caah flow. 87fr6435 eves. WANT TO KNOW what your property ia worth? Free market anaWais. Can ROGER ZW^MO, Realtor, Coldwell Banker/An'hor Realty NEW QUALITY BUILT HOMES for aale in Henderson. OwnerBuUdw FHA approved. SelUng IMIOW appraiaal of $68,000. Sute money avaUabie.3bdnn.2bth. garage, & covered patio. Raage, dishwasher & tUsposal also included. Go out Bldr Hwy to Major. Turn Left on Maior to Foroat, turn right on PofMttoBeU.CiiUK& M Contracting Inc. at 871-4888 iintU 8 pjn. Lie No. 0018298. Near OoH Courte ever so nice! 3 bdrm.—2 bath— flreplace on V2 A. lot Qre?i Buyl Spa! Enjoy the summer all winter—large 2 story home—V A Lot Lots of Sq n. Taks Over FHA Loan w/iittle down—3 bdrm-2 bth—large paMo. Highland Hills $67,900 Owner Anxious! Buy tomorrows security for your family today! Investors welcome. New "Free" list and informalion lor all areas Vacant and we have the keys Some fixers, others ready to move into. Down payments as little as $500 Don't delav Call 565 1166 Put Number 1 toworkforyou.* Ontuiy; ^ A & A REALTY, LTD... 565-1166 or 6654181 Home VALUE PACKED UNDER $60,000 BE SURE TO "ASK FOi: ni-X KY 932 GREENVILLE. DON'T JUDGE THIS BOOK BY ITS ('()\ ER. 3 bdr, VA bath, nice garage conversion for added living area, larxe lot. nice neighborhood, MOTIVATED SELLER WILL CONSIDER ALL OFFERS 131 CONSTITUTION 3 bdr, 30X14 added family room with fireplace, 3 car carport, storage area, formal dining with buUt in hutch, LISTED BELOW APPRAISAL! 126 MAPLE JUST LISTED. AND PRICE ALREADY REDUCED! Com ftntable 3 bdr.. I'/i bath, fireplace, RV parking, covered carport with storage area, landscaped, large kitchen all appUancee included! EASY BUYING TERMS!! 102 DOGWOOD ... 3 bdr., 2 bath, 132X85 comer lot, garage/workshop, mature landscaping, $1.00 DOWN VA BUYER WELCOMED! A good real estate investment! 226 VALLEY FORGE ... 3 bdr, 1 Vi bath, large lot, covered parking with storage area, fh-eplace. breakfast bar. SELLER MOTIVATED! Assume. Low Interest with Low Down Payment. Area of increasing value! 136 ASH REDUCED TO RIDICULOUS! SELLER NETS $0.00 3 bdr. with work shop, fenced back yard, covered front porch, LEASE WITH OPTION TO BUY to Take over Existing no qualifying loan with minimum down payment. 245 KIRK... large 2 bdr., garage, added swamp cooler, excellent location minutes frmn the lake, now Unolenm in kitchen and bath, nice back yard. TRANSFERRED SELLER MUST SELL Affordable monthly payment with LOW LOW DOWN PAYMENT, no quaUfying! 529INNESS, 3-year-old U.S. built home, 2 bdr, great floor plan with fireplace, 2-car garage. Covered patio, storage area, pantry, balanced power, IN EX' CELLENT CONDITION SELLER NEGOTIABLE! 332 VAN WAGENEN. 1 bdr studio, great for those quick trips to Vegas, excellent rental potential. Designated parldng area, no maintenance yard, CONDO LOVERS PRICE! • 909 MAJOR ... 3 bdrm, 1 '4 bth, enlarged living rm, garage. Passive Solar System, country kitchen w/dining area. WRITE YOUR OWN TERMS. Perfect forthe Growing FamUy. t j' MOBILE HOME FOR SALE. Center of City fai adult park. Call 293-3556..BC. VIEW" LOTS Ciutom home lots overlookiag the fnture Las Vegas Lakes. $16,000 to $2(MI00. Law down, easy terms. CaU Cndg, LandCO. Nevada 73fr8886. 4 bdrm home for sale. Basie High Area. CaU 454nSi. Looking For A Qosd Buy? Dont BM BNndlll I Have The Keys And A Computerized Liati Low, Low Ootms, Eaar Terms. Call aARQIS REALTY'S Repo Expert today. WENOV DAVn S64-Mt HonwS6S-6ai7 fl] Beeper 364-449 y}^ 1(B E. HorliM Dr. IMB. IW (7M)S64-969 iJOTHPREiBITAlM HAY 1987 BRNG YOU 0000 HEAITH. GOOD UICK. ANDJiy^iMlliJli M M YEiUi U^ Who's Selling Henderson? We Arelll MODERATE PRICE 55 Magnesium Within your moans 129 Mapla 3 bedroom 2 bath home 248 Meyers 2 t>sdroom with garage 464 Federal 3 bedroom Tract 2 121 Constitution No down to Vats 1001 Palo Verde 3 bedroom, RV parking 54 Lowery Nice home with extra storage or guesthouse 217 Viilley Forge Lease/option 906 Ponderosa Large family honte, lots of roo;n 532 Barrett 4 bedroom, patio 138 Ivy Cream puff, beautiful inground pool 261 Princess Ann 3 bedroom, near school's 107 Grsndview Highland Hilis location HIGHLAND HILLS 116 Glen Oak Reduced, appraiaal price, 4 bdr. 103 Qlsn Oak Appraisal price, 4 bedroom 627 Fembrook Pool snd converted garage 736 Qrosnway 2300 square foot, 3 txir., 2Vi bath 710 Greanway 1889 sq. ft., formal dining area 602 Graanway 3 bedroom with a pool 618 Fembrook 2 itory with spa 384 Summerland 4 bedroom with pool GREEN VALLEY 2249 Marlboro Single family 3 bdr., 2 bath, motivated 2241 Marlboro 2 story, price reduced, large site 546 Chelsea 2 story with park like yard CUSTOM 300 E. Delamar Large family room-corner lot 160 E. Kimberiy Great view, RV parking 1211 Santa Ynaz Appealing ranch home 632 Robin Lena Beautiful inside, pool 526 Fairway Perfect for entortaining LAND Section 27 V^ acre, ali utilities at street Section 27 Vi acre, block wall, 2 sides Gold Straot Building lot, multiple zoning Section 4 1 acre, horse property Hills 1 sore on up aide of the siroel 16 6 asras. to iM—t In temorrew $42,999 51,000 52,500 52,500 53,500 57,500 58,500 59,900 64,500 65,000 65,900 69,000 69,900 68,500 69,000 77,000 79,500 79,890 84.500 87,000 95,000 85,000 102,000 110,000 105,000 108,000 113,000 129.000 179,000 15,000 16.500 16,500 20,000 23,500 70,000 CALL TODAY BOB iiOOB UWOMBtkTfOlf umaarm w A GOVERNMENT OWNED HOMETTT CaB I64-2616 THB PBOPBtTY PBOPLB AT XBALTY SOMDlDnSON BBALTY T(>AYIII THURSDA Y INSIDE Planners to decide on Cosada see page 8 ?^o-.^^ Western wears out Baite 95-79 see page King cetoburtes ^m\ birthday see page 2 WEATHER ThofMby HIgli 50 Low 30 Partly cloudy BAY MICROFILH ATTtJ: SHIRLEY BRONTE 737 LOnA VERDE AV£. PALO ALTO • CA 94.30-3 8 305280 07H31-86 01-08-87 VADA'S INDUSTRIAL CENTER Volume 38.3rd Edition Heodefson, Nevads THE C OMMUNITY'S NEWSPAPER 25^ 22 Water St. 564-1881 City Council Thursday, January 8^]||^ pushes GV parks by Scott Dickensheets Home NewB Staff Writer The Henderson City Council Tuesday night approved American Nevada Corp.'s massive River Run development on the condition that major Green Valley builders begin "Keep an eye on Shajie Conlan and Jerome Brown," were the last words Al Davis said as I left Idr the Fiesta Bowl. It didn't take but a few minutes during the game to understand the message from the top Los Angeles Raider. Jerome Brown, two inches over six feet and weighing 285 lbs., moved up and down the Hurricanes defensive line like a giant cat. The big man gave Penn State runners a tough time along the interior of the line. He also was fast enough to make tackles at both ends of the line. Linebacker Shane Conlan, selected as the defensive player of the game, was all over the Miami runners and receivers like a thunder storm. He never let up, not even after being seriously iqjured. Conlan intercepted two passes in addition to the hanuneting he gave opposing players. He's tough, strong and quick. He's also a future all-pro. The 1987 Fiesta Bowl victors came to play Patemo type football. Miami's Vinny Testaverde is one of the fmest quarterbacks ever to play college football. His big trouble last Friday in Tempe was the defense put up planning to ease the area's lack of recreational facilities. Expressing a desire to look beyond River Run, the council approved a master plan for the 567-acre development, but stipulated that Green Valley developers meet within 90 days to begin planning future growth -and recreational patterns. The need for everyone to get together and start making some decisions begins with this project," said councilman Ron Hubel. There is currently only the five-acre Fox Ridge Park serving the booming Green Valley community. The council's aim, according to city manager Gary Bloomquist, is to receive an "overall contribution from everyone doing major development" in Green Valley, rather than have the burden fall to a single developer. "I think there is a somewhat legitimate fear among developers that someone wiU come in with a master plan and the city will take 40 acres out of it for a sports complex. I don't think anyone wants to see that," Bloomquist said. City officials are seeking space for a ballfield complex, and are eyeing a site at Wigwam Drive and Stephanie Street. City parks and recreation director Dundee Jones has stressed previously, however, that a sports complex will not deviate Green Valley's park needs. The River Run proposal conSee plan page 2 EVERYONE IS INVITED-The Railroad Fass Hotel and Casino will celebrate their grand opening today and Friday ol the recently completed hotel and casino complex. The sign photographed above is a new addition to the carino. Manag^Bent invites everyone odtior free diampagne and a i:hancvtotrin thousands of dollars in cash prizes during the two days ot festivities. Home News photo by Stephanie Mosqueda Building figures confirm record year by Scott Dickensheets Home News Staff Writer Riding a tidal wave of residential construction, building activity in Henderson reached a high water mark last year, topping $150 million. The 1986 total of $154.29 million dwarfs earlier yearly totals, easily doubling the previous high of $69 million worth of building in 1978. Single family residential building in 1986 alone accounted for more than the 1978 total. Building permits for more than $98.77 million worth of single family housing were issued last year, along with another $25.75 milhon in multi-family housing. In 1985, single family housing accounted for $45.90 million of that year's total of $62.63 million. Multi-family accounted for $3.41 million. A large slice of the building pie last year involved officeretail-commercial construction, which totaled $17,98 million. In 1985 commercial construction permits added up to $3.12 million, less than one-fifth of last year's total. December Building activity in the last month of 1986\ept the pace set by the preceding month, recor-, ding $10.73 milhon worth of permits issued. The November figure was $10.13 million. The major portion of December's permits were for single family housing, accounting for $6.35 million. There is a big, SNOW-A oaceJiMklecade phenomenon happened m Henaertne wmte siuf f stack and by mid-afternoon, nothing but wet son Wednesday afternoon as snow fell generously on Water streets testilled to the rare weather. The last recorded snowfall Street and other arMS of the dty. However, very little of locally was in 1979. Htm* Stwm photo by 8itt Diekeaabaeu fat zero in the multi-family category for last month, as well as the month before. Another estimated $3.72 milhon in permits were issued for officeretail-conunercial construction. What does it all mean? Most city officials agree that the bulk of the residential growth is taking place in Green Valley, where numerous resiSee boom page 3 Investigation of library board concluded The Nevada Attorney General's office has completed an investigation of possible Open Meeting Law violations by the Henderson District Public Library Board of Trustees, but has not released the results. The investigation was spurred by a complaint from the Henderson Home Newa. According to deputy attorney general Scott Doyte, the results of the investigation have been incorporated into a letter to Home News managing editor John Dailey. The letter wiU be reviewed by Nevada Attorney General Brian McKay and chief deputy attorney general Bill Isaeff, who may suggest revisions or amendments. Pending such modifications, Doyle said he could not release the results. He speculated that the review process mi^t take "a couple of days." FoUowing that, reviskms suggested by McKay nr baeff will be wcrind into tite letter and the resohs wiB be made puUic. i