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1988-05-17 - Henderson Home News

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1988-05-17 - Henderson Home News
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Brennan, Mark ( Columnist )
Dailey, John ( Columnist )
Scott, Katherine E. ( Columnist )
Hawkins, Marcia ( Columnist )
Baston, Carrie ( Columnist )
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Page 44 Henderioi^ Hame Newt and Boulder CIfy News Thurwley, May 12, lfi68^ ? GIGANTIC SPRING CARPET [QUAilTy CAHPtTS liirTB ^ CARPET-PAD-LABOR -^ujikVLKMyst^Mii*:' wms^ '*'g'fx^j! .4 Save On All Carpet As Never BWfore!! 5r^c^^*''^ v-.. m. r^'^i^i^^PM*^V''9^Fi^ ""OUR DOo^'^S TO >.4#^' ^ f. SHAG CARPETING FHA APPROVED EXCITING COLORS ALL IN STOCK SUPER THICK. 100% NYLON 3 FOR! "^O INCLUDES PADS LABOR SQ. YD. COMPARABLE PRICE 12.99 SQ. YD. *J'i CABIN CRAFT 100% ANTRON CONTINUOUS HEAT SET YARD FOR EXTENDED APPEARANCE OFOFI JJ INCLUDES PADS LABOR QUALITY by GALAXY 100% NYLON MADE BY AMERICA'S LEADING CARPfTMLLS —— 3 f 4C FOR|"^:I V SQ.YD. COMPARABLE PRICE 24.99 SQ. YD. INCLUDES PAD& LABOR THE PRICE RIGHT! SQ. YD. COMPARABLE PRICE 18.99 SQ. YD. CABIN CRAFT 100% NYLON A REAL BARGAIN! ONCE IN A LIFETIME AT THIS SENSATIONAL PRICE! %0FOR I ~~" ^^^ SQ. YD COMPARABLE PRICE 12.99 SO. YD INCLUDES PADS LABOR WE DON'T MEET PRICES...WE BEAT EVERYBODY'S PRICES... CALL TODAY FOR FREE ESTIMATES 90 DAYS SAME AS CASH— ON APPROVED CREDIT HBi COMPLETE CARPET, PAD AND LABOR FOR ONE PRICE bSii CALL TODAYOR COME ON IN! 105 W. Charleston Blvd. 384-8551 NO JOB TOO SMALL OR TOO LARGE-ONE ROOM TO A FULL HOUSE OF CARPET r lAY H 1988 IHWA • ^ ii.^ .^ ^-. -. _______^ MDA STATE LIBRA HENDERSON PERIODICALS DESK NW ST. LIB. CAPITOL COMPLEX CARSON CITY NV 89710 23 30S200 01-31 -83 05-17-88 yoinm, 39. m, K^un Hendenon, Nevada THE COMMUNITY'S NEWSPAPER 2St 22 Wattr St. 564-1881 r„^. luTii. Officials iMd tliree to four days warning for safety Inspections Former secretary with diary alleges Pepcon cover-up by Mark Brennan Home News Staff Writer 1968 Henderson HomeNews A former secretary for Pacific Engineering's plant manager kept a diary that chronicled several fires and explosions at the plant that routinely Were not reported to the county fire department. She also recorded company tip offs to Occupational Safety and Health Administration inspections and noted how the company specially prepared for them. Bruce Halker, plant manager and company's vice president of,operationfl,^aone of two • men killed in a series of explosions at the plant May 4. Aletha Weybum made the statement in a sworn affidavit designed to help an investigation by the United Steelworkers of America. Weybum was Halker's secretary from Oct. 13,1983 until the end of September 1985, and kept a daily diary during that period. In the affidavit, Weybum said, to her knowledge, several fires and explosions at the ammonium perchlorate plant were not reported to county fire officials. ^^My conscience would not allow me to keep quiet about it," Weybum said. "When I saw the explosion last week, I said 'Oh my God, how are they going to coverup this one?'" Weybum said there were numerous occasions of unreported fires at the plant. "In my opinion, the safety conditions at Pepcon were 'at^wnous'. There were approximately eight to ten fires that I was aware of during my employment.' llie affidavit did not say how many of those fires were not reported, but Weybum did recount specific instances.. "On June 7,1984, there was an explosion and fire at one of the batch houses and Danny Balduck was injured," Weybum said in an interview last Thursday. 1 was told not to call the fbe department and not to call the media." In the written statement, she said when she tried to call the "My conscience would not allow me to keep quiet about it," Weybum said. "When I saw the explosion last week, I sai'd 'Oh, my God, how arethey going to cover-up this one.'" Diary aythor Aletha "^e^bm county fire department, HaUur "screamed at me. instnictiiig me not to call anyibody becaase Pepcon would take care of it,,'* She said thers was also Mother unrepofrted fire in IWji. "On Aug. 23,1984, tbera ^ a fire outside of the storage area," Weybum said in the interview. "Again, I was told not to call the fire department or news media. They told me to refer all calls to the front office." Weybum said on April 7, 1985, Norm Dias was hurt in a fire. The fire department jresponded^but zi^Traseiitatives of the media were told "nothing serious" happened. Pepconofficials wj^ulfl not comment on the allegations. Balduck and Dias could not be See cover-up page 11 Union dissatisfied, to tour Pepcon site by Mark Brennan Home News Staff Writer Although the United Steelworkers of Aiherica will be among the groups allowed to tour the ravaged Pacific Engineering site, the president of the Local 4856 is not satisfied. An agreement that was reached Friday afternoon between several goups wanting to inspect the site and Pepcon officials has cleared the way for the tours. District Judge Donald Mosley signed a court order implementing the pact Monday. The initial tours will be conducted as soon as the site is deemed safe from hazardous chemicals, probably by the end of the week. Jim Thompson, president of the Steelworkers Local 4856, said the tours will be hands-of f, whieh will negatemuch of bis union's investigative ability. Hands-off means no evidence will be allowed to be collected during the tours. "Do they want tHeTnith to' be known?" Thompson said. 'To get into the plant and not properly do the investigation when we have an investigation team to do it is a joke." The union has brought in a team of investigators for the project from its Pittsburgh home office. Thompson was also upset that his group will be fifth on the Ust to tour the facility. See union page 6 Council moves tmMcCaw sciiooi for meeting tonight Reld action Icills test ban FUN AT BURKHOLDER-Jeremy Brandon catches the camera catching him durusga pie-eating oontirt at Burkholder Junior High School. ^==—5= Another view The United States Senate approved a motion by U.S. Senator Harry Reid to kill an amendment to the 1988 defense bill Thursday that would have placed a moratorium on nuclear testing at the Nevada Test Site. The vote was 5Z-to 39. =^Reid argued that the proponents of the moratorium were "standing the nuclear disarmament debate on its head by saying that ending nuclear testing was more imSee Idlled page 5 f by John Dailey '~~~Home News Editor Anticipating a large crowd to speak on the direction the cityv should take in the aftermath of the May 4 disaster, the Henderson City Coimcil wiU meet in Gordon McCaw Elementary School's multi-purpose room tonight at 7 p.m. Council will report on a Tuesday morning meeting with the Clark County Commission during the citizens' concerns portion of the meeting and seek statements from the public at the evening session. John Dailey All the protest now evident will most surely press its case for removal of industry within the county's Basic Management, Inc., property and the Gibson Business Park. But in keeping with this column's theme, here's another view. Regulation in the wake of the May 4 blasts that destroyed Pacific Engineering and Production Company (Pepcon) may be so onerous that decisions to stop production will be inevitable. I mention "stop production," because for many of the BMI firms, relocation is impossible with today's market conditions and costs of new constmction. Perhaps government would see its way to fund the building of new ammonium perchlorate production facilities for Pepcon and Kerr McGee Corp., elsewhere, but such aid addresses only a small part of the BMI output. Ammonium perchlorate's status as a strategic material may force the See Another view page 2 An overflow crowd Hiuraday heard council encourage them to attend today's County Commission meeting at 9 a.m. to state their opinions regarding the industries. City leaders noted they were powerless to regulate or govem the plants because they are located in the county, but promised to seek such powers in cooperation with the county. Council also considers adoption of their tenative city budget for the ,1988-89 year and a use permit for a coldstorage warehouse on Horizon Drive. Comments sougirt for Boulder Highway project by Katherine E. Scott Home News Staff Writer The specific design to beautify the Boulder Highway corridor will be completed this sununer, and the consultants are in town actively seeking puUic input before working out the details. Few people attended the public meeting Friday, which was rescheduled from its original tnaedue to tlieP^h oon BOULDER HIGHWAY PROJECT-Jack Reynolds deft) and Gary JoKnaon discnss concepts for the Bovlder Highway Beautificatioa Project as Brad Ntlaon looks oa at a public meeting Friday. Cltiaea faapat is sooght for the S8.2 millioa coauBuaity project schsdukdW speak lliiirsday at the Chamber of Commoce hmcheon. IV Chamber will meet at noon at Nick's Supper Club. Brad Ndson, chairman of the citizens conunittee overaesisf the project, said coosuhaoto discussed parts of the {Nrojeci such as use of plants and how water can ba incorporated. He notedi qiMstieiiaire WM See highway pagt 2 =5 • l iMAi

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Pa|^'|t HtadtrtM HMM Nwfl, Htadtrittt, Ntvtdi Tuewbjr. M^ 17. 1988 Henderson High Flyers qualify for world competition TncMliQr. Mv 17. 1968 JUMPING—Henderson High Flyers perform at February Chamber of Commerce meeting. Photo by KatbcriM E. Scott by KatlMrine E. Scott Horn* JVir Staff Writer The Handerson Hi|^ Flytn, a jump-rope tam based at Fay OaUoway Elementary Scbod. has two teams qualified to compete in the world championships in Washinton DX!. this summer. However, coach Erin Muth said lack of funds and a possible discriminatory rule may prevent their attending. Three teams from the High Flyers returned Sunday from Seattle, Wash, with two first place and one third place in the regional championship there. They defeated the world champion double-dutch teams and were said by a Tacoma coach to be the Hrst team in eight years to rival the Seattle Hot Dogs. Muth, a physical education teacher at the Henderson school, was uncertain whether they would be able to to raise the funds to compete in the world championship in June. She isBt certain yet what the costs may be. TD be kxikinf into it over the next couple of days," she said Monday morning. "We just got back liist night and it's still <"wking in." She said they may consider a discrimination suit if the rules state there cannot be mote than one boy on a singlerope team. Muth mentioned 44 teams compete in the Western regional toumement in Seattle this weekend. Canadian teams also participated. The contests were held at the Totem Lake Mall in Seattle. Representing the High Flyers fifth and sixth graders "Henderson Hops," fourth graders "Reack Aitack" and kindergarten and fust graders, the 'Hfidgets." The oldM* groups won Hrst prize, and the Bffidgeta came in third. However, because there were so few their age, the youngest group competed against third grade students. Muth and assistant coach Mark Monaco accompanied the teams on the weekend trip. The Henderson Hops are Jared Owen, Scott Vivier, Megan Strussenberg, Tanya Chiatovich and Jenny Laszlo. On Reack Attack are Rebecca Sillitoe, Andrea Croft, Christel Eves and Kristen Rose. The Midgets are Dustin Croft, Brant Stewart, Amber Jenchowski and Heather Tolboe. Calico Ridge developer seel(s zone ciiange for condominiums ^ by Mark Brennan <; Homo News Staff Writer f ITie developer of Calico Ridge (m East Lake Mead Drive wantflTtd bring' condominiums' to the area. A zone change request that would make the project possible wiU be before the Henderson Planning Commission Thursday night. The zone change would i)e from R-R (rural residential) to R-3 (multi-residence family) on a 41-acre tract of land. The land is about one-half mile away from ithe rest of Calico I^dge. Dr. Melvin Bagley, the developer, said his master plan of the development calls for condos in the area. The original master plan calls for condos," Bagley said. That's what we'll be shooting for." The entire Calico Ridge development covers about 200 acres of land in the Foothills section of Henderson. Another condominium project will also be on the planners' agenda Thursday. Warm Springs Investment of Las Vegas will submit plans for a 376-unit condo complex in Green Valley. The plans will be in front of the commission for a tentative map review and public hearing. 'tha group wants to buildi^ two-story buildings on 19 acres at the southeast comer of Warm Springs Road and Arroyo Grand Boulevard. The land is currently zone R-3. Also on the planning agenda will be: •A request for architectural Another View from page 1 J government to lend assistance, simply to restore a domestic source of the rocket fuel oxidizer. But what about the other chemicals and metal manufactured within BMI? Lime at Chemstar, Inc., chlorine and water purity materials at Jones Chemicals Company, Inc., the boron,, manganese dioxide and other products made by Kerr McGee (Dorp., chlorine, caustic soda and hydrochloric acid made by Stauffer Chlor Alkali (Company, Inc., water purifying aluminum sulfate made by Thatcher Chemical Company, strategically necessary titanium sponge metal produced at Timet, and now propane to be stored within the Gibson Business Park: all these substances pose serious threats in an uncontrolled fire. Can these materials be prevented from exploding or releasing toxic gases in an uncontrolled fire? If this is to be the safety standard desired, many of the manufacturers may as well close today. Retrofitting to prevent fire will be costly enough for industries within the county's donut hole, if that is to be required of them. Ensuring no danger from a fire out of control may be phsrsically impossible, and most certainly prohibitive to remain competitive in a worfd market. The question for some then becomes, ""Where will the regulations fall in the wake of the fire and explosions at Pepcon?" Others could care less, there are no questions. They want all Uie plants gone because they have permanently en* dangered the residential and commercial growth in southeast areas of the valley. Where the regulatory ax falls will determine the future of other industries in the BMI and Gibson properties. For now, three have already been put on the verbot6a list: Pepcon and Kerr McGee's ammonium perchlorate production facilities and the propane tanks approved last year and only now ready for operation. > • Because of the clear profile these industries have, they may have to be the sacrificial lamba to keep public gods appeaaed. Don't be confused. There's a whole lot of roan for stroofer safety regulationa in Nevada, but allaying public fear over uncontrolled fue in a chemical complex may be impossible, as stated before. If those fears are to die, for many the only way will be to see the planta closed. Ckwed, not relocated. The capital investment in renovations alone, for example $45 million at Timet recently, prohibits moving any large manufacturing facility. In these industries the only time expansion or new factories are considered is when market demand warrents them or technological pace mandates them. Timet is the only domestic prpducer of titanium sponge, the raw metal used throughout the aerospace industry. Will they be asked to close because in an uncontroUed fure they cannot say that bad things will not occur? If "everybody out" is to be the sentiment guiding poet-blast decisions, we our indeed at a historic mark in our history. Industrial Days becomes a shallow memory of things past, and BMI becomes an overbuilt storage or assembly yard at best. BMI's demise or the regulation the blasts inspire may have chilling effects on others. For instance, an ice cream manufacturer was recently reported as a joint cause of an ammonium doud in Henderson, a substance the company uses m its refrigeration process to avoid use of environmentally damaging hydrocarbons. Others within the incorporated boundaries of Henderson store and use chemicals and substances dangerous, perhaps explosive, in an uncontrolled fire. I am called a pessimist by some because I dwell on these things and because I surmise they must have an effect on those persons deciding to invest in Henderson. rd called myself a realist. We are at a turning point in our area's history, whether to maximize our potential as a suburb or to remain with mdustrial development that created us, and that now only partially sustains us. Private and public leaders will decide our fate. The next weeks and months will determine the course of Henderson for the next decades. It is an interesting time to report. • • • An interesting missive was posted to me recently. In bold capital letters it started, "Suggestion for John Dailey." and included this newqiaper's name and the date of the masaagB in ^rpe half the siae of the headline just below it. The message follows. "If yom are e w e c eeafnl ia overeoaing your obvious infatoatloa and enamorisation of thi Usarre aod unorthodox MM of senaailoa,'Us Common Folk' might redistically he able to comprehend the content as well as the intent of information contained in your column. "In the meantime, yod might attempt to grammatically diagram one of tyi^cal sentences and thereby ascertain the origin of your problem. "Remember, K.I.S.S." The last acronym is an editor's axiom. The translation is well known but for those who diay not know, it's "Keep It Simple, Stupid!" X First, I'm pleased my name was spelled correctly. After suffering a weekend at state press convention absent an "e" it's nice to know your public cares for such details. Yes, I am aware that my columns often do not lead to definite conclusions about their topics, that they tend to obfuscate rather than demarcate. But this is the way I see life and for the most part, and my close friends and associates will substantiate this, I am bizarre and unorthodox when compared to most. As far as being infatuated and enamored with language, it is a vice I readily endulge myself, no doubt incorrectly and to my own chagrin at times, a pedantic peccant at its worst. As far as diagramming is concerned, it taught me a little about grammer and the language, but I could never escape from the thought that I was designing the Starship Enterprise rather than locating proper modifiers. If one is to really learn English grammer and sentence structure, I recommend Latin. That may be a 'Ijizarre" suggestion, but given church history, I would demure from labeling it as "imorthodox." Finally, anyone who could compose such pointed and precise correspondence writes like my kind of person. Fm sorry they didn't sign or include their name. Perhaps they will take claim later. As to what is weekly presented here, I hope the content can be understood when considered and ruminated, perhaps with the assistance of a dictionary if need be. Intent implies direction and decision about the proper course for events. Such wisdom usually ascapes this comer of the world. Meanwhile, continue to write. Critidam is always wekxmied, especially good critique as recounted above. Even when mean-spirited, it shows that people are reading and we can ask for little more. review from Robert V. Jones Corporation of Las Vegas for a 116-unit apartment complex just south (tf Wigwam Parkway in Green Valley South. The Five-acre site is currently zoned R-4 (apartnaent residence district). '' •A use permit and architectural review request that would make way for a 55,374-8quare foot hotel-casino on Boulder Highway. The requests are coming from Magna Leisure Partnership of Las Vegas. The project would include a 112-room hotel, and would be loetfted between Roberts Road ancjtWagon Wheel Drive in th|^ Foothills neighborhood. •A use permit requMt from Witness Music Ministry 'of Henderson to allow the operation of an alcohol and drug abuse rehabilitation center. The facility would be at 124 Market Street. Highway from page 1 distributed seeking public input oa goals and themes for the project. Nelson added the consultants were conducting a workshop this week and should have more concrete concepts to present at the next public meeting in Jii&e. Representatives from Howard, Needles,'Jammen and Bergendoff of Phoenix waited for input from the first public meeting before making preliminary designs. The Chamber of Commerce had sprearheaded the campaign to pass a $3 million bond issue to pay for part of the project. The issue originally lost by 99 votes in 1986 but was returned to the ballot early the next year, After Henderson voters approved the issue, the Boulder Highway beautification fund rose to $8.2 million with $4.8, from the federal government and $300,000 from the state of Nevada. Boulder Highway is controlled by theNevadaPepartment oflVansportation, which officially governs the activities for the project. However, NDOT officials have left control within Henderson. Jack Reynolds is the city's project manager. Nelson's committee, consistiug of local residents active in other city advisory groups, was formed to oversee development of the project. He said they hope to get a good response to the ques. tionaire. Among the questions j Is the type of landscaping thatj should be used for the project. People are also asked to set a priority list for goals of the project: to beautify the highway, link the east and west sides of the community, encourage econimic poyrth^ improve draininage and traffic, etc. Fire station grand opening Tliursday by Katharine E. Scott Home Newt Staff Writer The public is invited to join the city council in visiting fire station number three Thura(&y afternoon. An open house is scheduled following a ribbon cutting and dedication ceremony 4 pjn. at the fire station on Lake Mead Drive and Burkholder Boulevard. The dty council will dedkate stations one and three, which have been operating since March. Station one moved to HoriaoD Drive and College Drive the same day station three was opened. The two moved together so the dty could rscaive uninterrupted protectioii. "The new firs atatioos replace those previooaly k)cated on Atlantic Street and major Avenue and will provide better coverage dty wide," states a prsM release from the Henderson dty manager's office. t Construction of the two f adlities completes the fire station relocatioo program which began in 1985," it continues. All four dty fire stations were relocated, but damage from the Pepcon blasts now prevents fire station two on Gibson Road from being occupied. Until repeire are complete, the engine is working out of station three and the ambulance is woridng from station four in Green Valley. Also damaged in the Uast was the city's fire training center and dty shop, which shared the building with Vm station two. "Die other threi^tions were designed l^ Harry E. Campbell Archti^ct Station four opened last year. Construction of the new stations was done by Lynn Williams of St. George, Utah. The dty invites the public' to drop 1^ either of the two | new firs stations for a tour oo I May 19. ? Ilendarten Home News, Headersea. Nevada Page t Office to assess damages Lou Harris of the American International Adjustment Company, Inc., repreeentative of the Inmizanoe Campaqy of Penn^Ivania, the liability carrier for Pacific lliose wishing to report injuries or property damage may call 731-2020 extention 194. The AIAC wiU then have an adjuster come out and assess your _, ,—.-... ^^^.^^ v,Mi, Bj,u (iBocBB your EngjneenngCompany.ieaetbngup damages. Calls will be accepted an offi to aM8 the damages from 8 a.m. to 5.p.m.. Monday caused by the accident of May 4. through Saturday Plack Mountain Ladles' Club lists news High sciiool to perform musical benefit Basic High School's Drama formers make up the revue that "We hope to sell as many as Department will perform a features 35 to 40 participants, 3,000 tickets," he added, musical revue to raise money according to Schnepp. Students in the revue will to benefit blast damage victims Shows tonight and Wednesperform broadway show tunes and disaster organizations. day begin at 7:30 p.m. with a and other song-and-dance rouE^rama teacher Jack Schnepp $5 donation charged said Monday that more than 75 percent of proceeds would go toward disaster relief. Two dance classes, school aongleaders and Schnepp's *^core" musical show-tune perThe Black Mountain Country Chib Ladies Asaociation conducted their monthly meeting May 11 at the club house. The May 4 luncheon and meeting were cancelled because of the disaster occuring mthe dty. New officers elected for 1988~ 89,were president LaCreta Lopeman, vice president Barbara Christoisen, secretary Mary Jo Sheehan and treasurer Ellie Juratsd). Awards were presented were for Medal o{ Golf to La Create on March 30 and to Betty Emigh on April 27. Blind Hole Draw went to Elaine Raney on April 13. Beat the Pro: All that played were very suoosssAd. ^ Hole in One to Barbara Chrkjt' •nsea with a hole in one oo No. 3. Congratulatioas HOMimONT The show will be staged in the school's Little Theatre but expanded seating will extend into the school's hall and dining commons, Schnepp said. tines, Schnepp said. "It will be more of a variety show atmosphere than a musical play," Schnepp added. For more information, contact Schnepp at Basic High School. Testing available for lead oxide A local chemist said Monday his laboratory is offering testing to determine if local residents may have hazardous levels of lead oxide around their homes. Dr. Bhanu Joshi of Vegas throughout the sample would be compared to those at the soil's surface to determine if any significant contamination occurred from a May 4 blast that leveled Padfic Engineering and resulted in an estiFor more information contact the lab at 3894 Schiff Drive in Las Vegas or phone Joshi at 365-1201. ADD A GARAGE ADD A ROOM... • KITCHENS • EXTERIOR • INTERIOR REMODELING TNI POST4>eTOMII When the sSook It. • QARAOE ENCLOSURES! • BATHROOMS NO DOWN PAVMINT O.A.C. FINANCING AVAILASLE |OAflAaClAL| ENCLOSE YOwn GARAGE Te18 UP TO 288 80 FT m rSAVi.. f^ Analylitical Laboratory said mated $81 million in damage his company was the only localthroughout the valley, ly Environmental Protection Lead oxide has been idenAgency certified lab to perform ,tified as one of the probleojs M such tests Joshi said residents who desire the test would be given sample ipontainers in which 10-inch soil core samples would be placed. ^ He said lead oxide levels in cleaning Pepcon's site, according to EPA reports. Joshi said residents also may want the assurance that lead oxide that may have settled after the blast is not at a dangerous level. WINDOW LETTERING •SIGNS Call: 384-JOHN DO I ZU^ UUNSTRLJCTTTX.' I 24 HOUR SERVICE I-i^wa 4 Bonded Stale I oxc. 3112W.MEADEI nNANCtMAVAJLUU 732-7121 Steelworkers to hold public meeting The United Steelworkers of America's Local 4856 and a contingent from the union's national headquarters in Pittsburgh wil l hold an open meeting Wednesday at 10 a.m. at the Henderson Convention Center. At the meeting, union of ficials will update the community, concerned citizens groups, and its members on events stemming from the Pepcon disaster nearly t^vo weeks agp. Correction A news article in the May 12 "edition of the Henderson Home News was inadvertantly "edited" by a computer glich. The story as printed may have indicated the Henderson Fire Department did not help people injured in the Pepcon explosion as they came out of the desert. The correct version should have read: Price said there was "no way" they could fight the inferno. They did work to help the injured as they came out of the desert. wobhisd omJHh Inlw. national martwis, and ar •xpvctod to continuo votatile. But thtra wn a few bright spots: mortgag* ratM fll somewhat and hoiMing pricaa modaratad, to tha banam of raal aatataaalaa. Doaa this maan it's ooMlor to aall a houaa now? Probably. Ooaa K ^ ^^WE DOING CHi APEL INDUSTRIAL MEDICAL GROUP OF HEITDERSON •SPECIALIZING In treating work Injuries ONLY >When injured at work, you may COME HOME for medical care •Saves you TIME and MONEY driving to Las Vegas for treatment. •Full Service Industrial Medical Care. • X-ray • Minor Suraery • PreEmployment Physicals • D.O.T. Physicals • Physical Therapy HOURS: MON-FRI 7 A.M. TO 7 P.M. SAT 7 A.M. TO 3 P.M. 222 LEAD ST. 564-2433 OPENING MAY 1988 located inside the new Monaco Tower at the Riviera Hotel & Casino for a homaownar to marfcat hia own propar ty? Probably not. Nina out of tan ownara wtio attempt to aall thamaehrea wilt and up Hating with a broker. They diacovar that It'a coatly and ti m ec o nauming to advartiaa a property and ahow it. H'B difficult to determine marliet vakie and asicing price. And worat of all, by the time thaaa •ellert give up, their houaea are "atale" on the maricet. Liltaiy proepectamay have miaeed the ad, or bean acarad off by a too-high price. It'a amart to Hat right away with the profaaainaia at Q^B noalty. 160 Eaat Horizon Drhf, H enderaon, Nevada 89015. phone (702) 504-0089. We're open 7 daya a week to beter aerve your real aatale need a SELUNQ HEMPERSOWm iMndro Outniahan, y.D., F.I.C.S. R.P. MdiOll, M.O. RonHubal IndMtrili Rtiationt DirMtor

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Pa|^'|t HtadtrtM HMM Nwfl, Htadtrittt, Ntvtdi Tuewbjr. M^ 17. 1988 Henderson High Flyers qualify for world competition TncMliQr. Mv 17. 1968 JUMPING—Henderson High Flyers perform at February Chamber of Commerce meeting. Photo by KatbcriM E. Scott by KatlMrine E. Scott Horn* JVir Staff Writer The Handerson Hi|^ Flytn, a jump-rope tam based at Fay OaUoway Elementary Scbod. has two teams qualified to compete in the world championships in Washinton DX!. this summer. However, coach Erin Muth said lack of funds and a possible discriminatory rule may prevent their attending. Three teams from the High Flyers returned Sunday from Seattle, Wash, with two first place and one third place in the regional championship there. They defeated the world champion double-dutch teams and were said by a Tacoma coach to be the Hrst team in eight years to rival the Seattle Hot Dogs. Muth, a physical education teacher at the Henderson school, was uncertain whether they would be able to to raise the funds to compete in the world championship in June. She isBt certain yet what the costs may be. TD be kxikinf into it over the next couple of days," she said Monday morning. "We just got back liist night and it's still <"wking in." She said they may consider a discrimination suit if the rules state there cannot be mote than one boy on a singlerope team. Muth mentioned 44 teams compete in the Western regional toumement in Seattle this weekend. Canadian teams also participated. The contests were held at the Totem Lake Mall in Seattle. Representing the High Flyers fifth and sixth graders "Henderson Hops," fourth graders "Reack Aitack" and kindergarten and fust graders, the 'Hfidgets." The oldM* groups won Hrst prize, and the Bffidgeta came in third. However, because there were so few their age, the youngest group competed against third grade students. Muth and assistant coach Mark Monaco accompanied the teams on the weekend trip. The Henderson Hops are Jared Owen, Scott Vivier, Megan Strussenberg, Tanya Chiatovich and Jenny Laszlo. On Reack Attack are Rebecca Sillitoe, Andrea Croft, Christel Eves and Kristen Rose. The Midgets are Dustin Croft, Brant Stewart, Amber Jenchowski and Heather Tolboe. Calico Ridge developer seel(s zone ciiange for condominiums ^ by Mark Brennan <; Homo News Staff Writer f ITie developer of Calico Ridge (m East Lake Mead Drive wantflTtd bring' condominiums' to the area. A zone change request that would make the project possible wiU be before the Henderson Planning Commission Thursday night. The zone change would i)e from R-R (rural residential) to R-3 (multi-residence family) on a 41-acre tract of land. The land is about one-half mile away from ithe rest of Calico I^dge. Dr. Melvin Bagley, the developer, said his master plan of the development calls for condos in the area. The original master plan calls for condos," Bagley said. That's what we'll be shooting for." The entire Calico Ridge development covers about 200 acres of land in the Foothills section of Henderson. Another condominium project will also be on the planners' agenda Thursday. Warm Springs Investment of Las Vegas will submit plans for a 376-unit condo complex in Green Valley. The plans will be in front of the commission for a tentative map review and public hearing. 'tha group wants to buildi^ two-story buildings on 19 acres at the southeast comer of Warm Springs Road and Arroyo Grand Boulevard. The land is currently zone R-3. Also on the planning agenda will be: •A request for architectural Another View from page 1 J government to lend assistance, simply to restore a domestic source of the rocket fuel oxidizer. But what about the other chemicals and metal manufactured within BMI? Lime at Chemstar, Inc., chlorine and water purity materials at Jones Chemicals Company, Inc., the boron,, manganese dioxide and other products made by Kerr McGee (Dorp., chlorine, caustic soda and hydrochloric acid made by Stauffer Chlor Alkali (Company, Inc., water purifying aluminum sulfate made by Thatcher Chemical Company, strategically necessary titanium sponge metal produced at Timet, and now propane to be stored within the Gibson Business Park: all these substances pose serious threats in an uncontrolled fire. Can these materials be prevented from exploding or releasing toxic gases in an uncontrolled fire? If this is to be the safety standard desired, many of the manufacturers may as well close today. Retrofitting to prevent fire will be costly enough for industries within the county's donut hole, if that is to be required of them. Ensuring no danger from a fire out of control may be phsrsically impossible, and most certainly prohibitive to remain competitive in a worfd market. The question for some then becomes, ""Where will the regulations fall in the wake of the fire and explosions at Pepcon?" Others could care less, there are no questions. They want all Uie plants gone because they have permanently en* dangered the residential and commercial growth in southeast areas of the valley. Where the regulatory ax falls will determine the future of other industries in the BMI and Gibson properties. For now, three have already been put on the verbot6a list: Pepcon and Kerr McGee's ammonium perchlorate production facilities and the propane tanks approved last year and only now ready for operation. > • Because of the clear profile these industries have, they may have to be the sacrificial lamba to keep public gods appeaaed. Don't be confused. There's a whole lot of roan for stroofer safety regulationa in Nevada, but allaying public fear over uncontrolled fue in a chemical complex may be impossible, as stated before. If those fears are to die, for many the only way will be to see the planta closed. Ckwed, not relocated. The capital investment in renovations alone, for example $45 million at Timet recently, prohibits moving any large manufacturing facility. In these industries the only time expansion or new factories are considered is when market demand warrents them or technological pace mandates them. Timet is the only domestic prpducer of titanium sponge, the raw metal used throughout the aerospace industry. Will they be asked to close because in an uncontroUed fure they cannot say that bad things will not occur? If "everybody out" is to be the sentiment guiding poet-blast decisions, we our indeed at a historic mark in our history. Industrial Days becomes a shallow memory of things past, and BMI becomes an overbuilt storage or assembly yard at best. BMI's demise or the regulation the blasts inspire may have chilling effects on others. For instance, an ice cream manufacturer was recently reported as a joint cause of an ammonium doud in Henderson, a substance the company uses m its refrigeration process to avoid use of environmentally damaging hydrocarbons. Others within the incorporated boundaries of Henderson store and use chemicals and substances dangerous, perhaps explosive, in an uncontrolled fire. I am called a pessimist by some because I dwell on these things and because I surmise they must have an effect on those persons deciding to invest in Henderson. rd called myself a realist. We are at a turning point in our area's history, whether to maximize our potential as a suburb or to remain with mdustrial development that created us, and that now only partially sustains us. Private and public leaders will decide our fate. The next weeks and months will determine the course of Henderson for the next decades. It is an interesting time to report. • • • An interesting missive was posted to me recently. In bold capital letters it started, "Suggestion for John Dailey." and included this newqiaper's name and the date of the masaagB in ^rpe half the siae of the headline just below it. The message follows. "If yom are e w e c eeafnl ia overeoaing your obvious infatoatloa and enamorisation of thi Usarre aod unorthodox MM of senaailoa,'Us Common Folk' might redistically he able to comprehend the content as well as the intent of information contained in your column. "In the meantime, yod might attempt to grammatically diagram one of tyi^cal sentences and thereby ascertain the origin of your problem. "Remember, K.I.S.S." The last acronym is an editor's axiom. The translation is well known but for those who diay not know, it's "Keep It Simple, Stupid!" X First, I'm pleased my name was spelled correctly. After suffering a weekend at state press convention absent an "e" it's nice to know your public cares for such details. Yes, I am aware that my columns often do not lead to definite conclusions about their topics, that they tend to obfuscate rather than demarcate. But this is the way I see life and for the most part, and my close friends and associates will substantiate this, I am bizarre and unorthodox when compared to most. As far as being infatuated and enamored with language, it is a vice I readily endulge myself, no doubt incorrectly and to my own chagrin at times, a pedantic peccant at its worst. As far as diagramming is concerned, it taught me a little about grammer and the language, but I could never escape from the thought that I was designing the Starship Enterprise rather than locating proper modifiers. If one is to really learn English grammer and sentence structure, I recommend Latin. That may be a 'Ijizarre" suggestion, but given church history, I would demure from labeling it as "imorthodox." Finally, anyone who could compose such pointed and precise correspondence writes like my kind of person. Fm sorry they didn't sign or include their name. Perhaps they will take claim later. As to what is weekly presented here, I hope the content can be understood when considered and ruminated, perhaps with the assistance of a dictionary if need be. Intent implies direction and decision about the proper course for events. Such wisdom usually ascapes this comer of the world. Meanwhile, continue to write. Critidam is always wekxmied, especially good critique as recounted above. Even when mean-spirited, it shows that people are reading and we can ask for little more. review from Robert V. Jones Corporation of Las Vegas for a 116-unit apartment complex just south (tf Wigwam Parkway in Green Valley South. The Five-acre site is currently zoned R-4 (apartnaent residence district). '' •A use permit and architectural review request that would make way for a 55,374-8quare foot hotel-casino on Boulder Highway. The requests are coming from Magna Leisure Partnership of Las Vegas. The project would include a 112-room hotel, and would be loetfted between Roberts Road ancjtWagon Wheel Drive in th|^ Foothills neighborhood. •A use permit requMt from Witness Music Ministry 'of Henderson to allow the operation of an alcohol and drug abuse rehabilitation center. The facility would be at 124 Market Street. Highway from page 1 distributed seeking public input oa goals and themes for the project. Nelson added the consultants were conducting a workshop this week and should have more concrete concepts to present at the next public meeting in Jii&e. Representatives from Howard, Needles,'Jammen and Bergendoff of Phoenix waited for input from the first public meeting before making preliminary designs. The Chamber of Commerce had sprearheaded the campaign to pass a $3 million bond issue to pay for part of the project. The issue originally lost by 99 votes in 1986 but was returned to the ballot early the next year, After Henderson voters approved the issue, the Boulder Highway beautification fund rose to $8.2 million with $4.8, from the federal government and $300,000 from the state of Nevada. Boulder Highway is controlled by theNevadaPepartment oflVansportation, which officially governs the activities for the project. However, NDOT officials have left control within Henderson. Jack Reynolds is the city's project manager. Nelson's committee, consistiug of local residents active in other city advisory groups, was formed to oversee development of the project. He said they hope to get a good response to the ques. tionaire. Among the questions j Is the type of landscaping thatj should be used for the project. People are also asked to set a priority list for goals of the project: to beautify the highway, link the east and west sides of the community, encourage econimic poyrth^ improve draininage and traffic, etc. Fire station grand opening Tliursday by Katharine E. Scott Home Newt Staff Writer The public is invited to join the city council in visiting fire station number three Thura(&y afternoon. An open house is scheduled following a ribbon cutting and dedication ceremony 4 pjn. at the fire station on Lake Mead Drive and Burkholder Boulevard. The dty council will dedkate stations one and three, which have been operating since March. Station one moved to HoriaoD Drive and College Drive the same day station three was opened. The two moved together so the dty could rscaive uninterrupted protectioii. "The new firs atatioos replace those previooaly k)cated on Atlantic Street and major Avenue and will provide better coverage dty wide," states a prsM release from the Henderson dty manager's office. t Construction of the two f adlities completes the fire station relocatioo program which began in 1985," it continues. All four dty fire stations were relocated, but damage from the Pepcon blasts now prevents fire station two on Gibson Road from being occupied. Until repeire are complete, the engine is working out of station three and the ambulance is woridng from station four in Green Valley. Also damaged in the Uast was the city's fire training center and dty shop, which shared the building with Vm station two. "Die other threi^tions were designed l^ Harry E. Campbell Archti^ct Station four opened last year. Construction of the new stations was done by Lynn Williams of St. George, Utah. The dty invites the public' to drop 1^ either of the two | new firs stations for a tour oo I May 19. ? Ilendarten Home News, Headersea. Nevada Page t Office to assess damages Lou Harris of the American International Adjustment Company, Inc., repreeentative of the Inmizanoe Campaqy of Penn^Ivania, the liability carrier for Pacific lliose wishing to report injuries or property damage may call 731-2020 extention 194. The AIAC wiU then have an adjuster come out and assess your _, ,—.-... ^^^.^^ v,Mi, Bj,u (iBocBB your EngjneenngCompany.ieaetbngup damages. Calls will be accepted an offi to aM8 the damages from 8 a.m. to 5.p.m.. Monday caused by the accident of May 4. through Saturday Plack Mountain Ladles' Club lists news High sciiool to perform musical benefit Basic High School's Drama formers make up the revue that "We hope to sell as many as Department will perform a features 35 to 40 participants, 3,000 tickets," he added, musical revue to raise money according to Schnepp. Students in the revue will to benefit blast damage victims Shows tonight and Wednesperform broadway show tunes and disaster organizations. day begin at 7:30 p.m. with a and other song-and-dance rouE^rama teacher Jack Schnepp $5 donation charged said Monday that more than 75 percent of proceeds would go toward disaster relief. Two dance classes, school aongleaders and Schnepp's *^core" musical show-tune perThe Black Mountain Country Chib Ladies Asaociation conducted their monthly meeting May 11 at the club house. The May 4 luncheon and meeting were cancelled because of the disaster occuring mthe dty. New officers elected for 1988~ 89,were president LaCreta Lopeman, vice president Barbara Christoisen, secretary Mary Jo Sheehan and treasurer Ellie Juratsd). Awards were presented were for Medal o{ Golf to La Create on March 30 and to Betty Emigh on April 27. Blind Hole Draw went to Elaine Raney on April 13. Beat the Pro: All that played were very suoosssAd. ^ Hole in One to Barbara Chrkjt' •nsea with a hole in one oo No. 3. Congratulatioas HOMimONT The show will be staged in the school's Little Theatre but expanded seating will extend into the school's hall and dining commons, Schnepp said. tines, Schnepp said. "It will be more of a variety show atmosphere than a musical play," Schnepp added. For more information, contact Schnepp at Basic High School. Testing available for lead oxide A local chemist said Monday his laboratory is offering testing to determine if local residents may have hazardous levels of lead oxide around their homes. Dr. Bhanu Joshi of Vegas throughout the sample would be compared to those at the soil's surface to determine if any significant contamination occurred from a May 4 blast that leveled Padfic Engineering and resulted in an estiFor more information contact the lab at 3894 Schiff Drive in Las Vegas or phone Joshi at 365-1201. ADD A GARAGE ADD A ROOM... • KITCHENS • EXTERIOR • INTERIOR REMODELING TNI POST4>eTOMII When the sSook It. • QARAOE ENCLOSURES! • BATHROOMS NO DOWN PAVMINT O.A.C. FINANCING AVAILASLE |OAflAaClAL| ENCLOSE YOwn GARAGE Te18 UP TO 288 80 FT m rSAVi.. f^ Analylitical Laboratory said mated $81 million in damage his company was the only localthroughout the valley, ly Environmental Protection Lead oxide has been idenAgency certified lab to perform ,tified as one of the probleojs M such tests Joshi said residents who desire the test would be given sample ipontainers in which 10-inch soil core samples would be placed. ^ He said lead oxide levels in cleaning Pepcon's site, according to EPA reports. Joshi said residents also may want the assurance that lead oxide that may have settled after the blast is not at a dangerous level. WINDOW LETTERING •SIGNS Call: 384-JOHN DO I ZU^ UUNSTRLJCTTTX.' I 24 HOUR SERVICE I-i^wa 4 Bonded Stale I oxc. 3112W.MEADEI nNANCtMAVAJLUU 732-7121 Steelworkers to hold public meeting The United Steelworkers of America's Local 4856 and a contingent from the union's national headquarters in Pittsburgh wil l hold an open meeting Wednesday at 10 a.m. at the Henderson Convention Center. At the meeting, union of ficials will update the community, concerned citizens groups, and its members on events stemming from the Pepcon disaster nearly t^vo weeks agp. Correction A news article in the May 12 "edition of the Henderson Home News was inadvertantly "edited" by a computer glich. The story as printed may have indicated the Henderson Fire Department did not help people injured in the Pepcon explosion as they came out of the desert. The correct version should have read: Price said there was "no way" they could fight the inferno. They did work to help the injured as they came out of the desert. wobhisd omJHh Inlw. national martwis, and ar •xpvctod to continuo votatile. But thtra wn a few bright spots: mortgag* ratM fll somewhat and hoiMing pricaa modaratad, to tha banam of raal aatataaalaa. Doaa this maan it's ooMlor to aall a houaa now? Probably. Ooaa K ^ ^^WE DOING CHi APEL INDUSTRIAL MEDICAL GROUP OF HEITDERSON •SPECIALIZING In treating work Injuries ONLY >When injured at work, you may COME HOME for medical care •Saves you TIME and MONEY driving to Las Vegas for treatment. •Full Service Industrial Medical Care. • X-ray • Minor Suraery • PreEmployment Physicals • D.O.T. Physicals • Physical Therapy HOURS: MON-FRI 7 A.M. TO 7 P.M. SAT 7 A.M. TO 3 P.M. 222 LEAD ST. 564-2433 OPENING MAY 1988 located inside the new Monaco Tower at the Riviera Hotel & Casino for a homaownar to marfcat hia own propar ty? Probably not. Nina out of tan ownara wtio attempt to aall thamaehrea wilt and up Hating with a broker. They diacovar that It'a coatly and ti m ec o nauming to advartiaa a property and ahow it. H'B difficult to determine marliet vakie and asicing price. And worat of all, by the time thaaa •ellert give up, their houaea are "atale" on the maricet. Liltaiy proepectamay have miaeed the ad, or bean acarad off by a too-high price. It'a amart to Hat right away with the profaaainaia at Q^B noalty. 160 Eaat Horizon Drhf, H enderaon, Nevada 89015. phone (702) 504-0089. We're open 7 daya a week to beter aerve your real aatale need a SELUNQ HEMPERSOWm iMndro Outniahan, y.D., F.I.C.S. R.P. MdiOll, M.O. RonHubal IndMtrili Rtiationt DirMtor

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PM 4 Hndria Horn* Ntwi. HtndtrMa. Nevada tuMdaj, May 17, 1966 Long-tiine McCaw teacher to be honored on retirement Areoaptkm in hooor of Barbara Meholaa' ratirement will be con* ducted Ntay 25, in the library of McCaw Elementary School at 3:30 Barbara Nicholas p.m. Frienda and former students are invited to stop by and say hello. Cards will be appreciated as a memento of this occasion. Nicholas has taught 24 years with Clark County schools all at Gordon McCaw Elementary in the kindergarten. She has started more than one thousand two hundred children down the path of education. She likes the trust and enthusiasm about the kindergarten pupils. When ahe first started teaching at the kindergarten level student emphasis was on resting rugs and graham crackers with milk. To tie ones shoes and rest quietly were important items on the report card. Working with the letters of the alphabet and with numbers was taught very informally, and rather incidentally with whatever else was going on in the class. Now, however, children do math operations and read books, all kinds of books. This year in a school wide contest lasting seven weeks, this class read between seven and eighty-five books by themselves. Nicholas says her ultimate joy is at the beginning of each year when a pupil will tug at her skirt and looking up with trusting eyes and say, "Are yoi the one who is going to teach me to learn!" Tawdy, May 17, 1966 Burkholder Drama Club partlcipatestjfMrai The Drama Club of Burkhokler Junior High School participated in the District Speech and Drama Festival '88 held this year at Van Tobel Junior High School on April 21. fiurkholder's Drama ClUb sent a cast and crew of 19 students. Ihe crew consisted of property mistress Heather Workman, sound Chris Snowden and set crew, props and make-up Heather Ortiz, Trista Barton, Leslie Brown and Christine Dirk. Competing in the category of oral interpretation of literature was Charla Lambert reciting a 8onn^ by Elizabeth Barrett Browning. In the drama division, the club presented three short plays. Performing in the cast of Meet Miaf Stone-Age were David Gutierrez, Charla Lambert, Andy Risheg, Dennis Mesinar and William Watkins. The cast of the play, Broadway Hit, consisted of performers Damon Sager, Nicole Workman, Paul Heinen, Charla Lambert, Niode Weir, Max Green, Mary Craig and Pete Kelly. The cast of The Caae of the Frustrated Corpae consisted of performers Max Green, Nicole Workman, Pete Kelly and CandieJ Dirk. Performances of all contestanlj at the festival were rated as i excellent, or superior by judges. All ei^teen performances of the members of the Burkholder's Drama Club received superior ratings. Soroptlmlst to hear commissioner Handaraoa Hamt Nawi, MattfartMli Nva4| Ppff f CENSORING: NOING A BAD THING WHEN YOU SEE IT at St. Rose de Lima by Mstfda Hawkins —St. Rose de Lima Hospital PubUdst Dozens of St. Roee de Lima "ifospital employeea will trade their traditicmal hospital uniforms and buainese attire for western wear this week as the hospital hosts the second annual "^uckaroo Days." Buckaroo Days is a Conununity Education event intended to help kingergarten, firstand secondgrade schoolchildren understand .that hospitals are a place to heal and solve health problems. This is a hands-on experience fw children," Community Education director Sister Robert Joseph Bailey said, '^e want to do some of the things children will experience when coming into a hospital for treatment, so they won't be afraid if they ever need our care." The "hand-on experience" Sister Robert Joseph described includes checking the children's height and weight, attaching a hospital identification band, looking at how xrays lets us look inside the body and letting them listen to their own hearts with a stethoscope (before and after a brief exercise session with stick horses). Children will also be shown^ with stuffed animals in western outfits, how doctors and nurses use an otoscope to check for healthy ears as well as how they might be given a, shot with'medicine to help them feel better. Other activities will include a simplified pulmonary (lung) function test and the "Yuk Bucket." The Yuk Bucket Corral lets the children decide which photographs of various healthy and noxious items can be fed to a cowboy bear, or tossed into the Yuk .Bucket. It was one of the most popular Buckaroo activities last year, and should help teach children to avoid health hazards and poisonous household products, Sister Robert Joseph said. According to hospital presidentCEO David B. Coats, the hospital hosted more than 1,500 students during last year's Buckaroo Days. Because the project was so successful and popular, he said, the hospital made a major commitment to have Buckaroo Days every year during National Hospital Week. This year's event, however, was delayed one week to let schools return to normal after the chemcial plant explosions May 4. Almost every kindergarten, firstand second-grade class in Henderson and Green Valley will take part in the event. Locars son named to dean's list Gordon McCaw Elementary School SPRING CARNIVAL Sat. May 21 • 10 a.m. 2 p.m. •Air Pillow •Games •Disney Play •Bingo •Food & Fun •Rummage Sale 57 Lynn Lane, Henderson nUURBI ON THE jon You Ne9d An Attomy EXPERIENCED In SIIS CItlmt Call DWIQHT SPER Now Former Qenwal CooHMl for sin 884^104B _FW6E CQMSULIATIOM^ Shari Compton Commissioner of Consumer Affairs Division for the State of Nevada Shari B. Compton will be guest speaker at Wednesday's Soroptimist International of Henderson's program meeting. The organiaation meata in the Balboa Rood of the Ddondo Coub at noon and the public ia invited to attend. A 21'yev nndent of Nevada and former teadier, Compton was first appointed Commiasiooer by Gov. Richard Biyan in Januaiy 1983. She m reqxmaible for the admioistration of the agency akxig with gueit speaking i^tpearanoes at various aervice groups and claa*rooms from elenientaiy through coUsge leveL Ihe Consumer Affairs division deals with ocmplaints filed by the consumer against buaineasee when the consumer feels he has been unfairly treated. A good example wouU be the automobile repair buainees which once was number one on the complaint list but through atate legialatkn the oonsumer now haa some protection. Telemarketing complaints have been at the head of the list more recently. IWNew York Tlnm' Tom Wicker looks at Amorlca'i prison crisis in Monunmt$ to FaKm by Carrie Baaton KLVX PabUdat Stw YaA nmaa oohunniat Tom Wicker ia the on-camera reporter for MoaameDtB to Failure: Aiaerica'a priaon criaia. airing Tueaday, May 24 at 10 p.m. on Channel 10. America's prison systems are becoming more crowded, more costly, and less effective every year. In the last ten years thiii oottntr/s priaon population has grown by 70 percent to 500,000 men and women. It now coats tens of thousands of dollars to house one innute annually. But America's prisons are failing in their primary responsibilities of detering crime and rehabilitating criminals and are becoming little more than warehouses for society's outcasts. Videotaped in seven states. MiMiiiiiMats to Failura finds thst prison officials throui^unit the country are having to deal with growing prison popnlatioos while fadof lawBoits to mske ihUt facilities more humane. At the same tfans, the eoorts an ssntncinf mon people to prison in a • hortsifhtad response to ^ paUic outcry against tlis riafaif crime rat*. Obituary Reid names O'Driscofl press secretary U.S. Seantor Harry Reid recently named Mary 01)riscoll as press secretary. OlMscoll, 27, has been deputy press secretary in Reid's office since July 1987. A longtime Nevada resident, she grew up in Reno and was graduated from Bishop Manoque Hi|^ School. She earned her bachelor's degree in }oumalism from Northern Arizona Uni' veraity in Flagstaff in 1982, and reported for newapapers in Flagstaff and Las Cruces and Albuquerque, N.M., and Las Vegas. At the Las Vegas Sun, she covered poUtics and the Nevada Legislature. OlhiscoU is the daughter of Paul and Margaret ODriacoll of Reno. Katharine B. Kelly, 79 died Thursday, May 12 in Las Vegas. She had been a residrat of the Henderson area for the past 12 years. She was bom in Kanaaa City, Mo. on Sept. 23,1908 and was a doll restorer. Survivors include daughter Mary Kay Barillauz of MenderKatherlne B. Kelly 1 son, 3 grandchiidrtn and 7 great-grandchildren. Visitation was heki Sunday, May 15 at noon. Rosary WM recitsd at 7 p.m. Mass was hald^ Monday, Msy 16 at 10 a.m. aU ia the Palm Chapel in Handerson. Father Tony Vercelloa* fhan 9t Peter's Church offidatad. Interment waa private. ^New Schools with NO bx Increase Currently, Clark CounU' Schools are severely overcrowded with more and more students entering the school system each year. In order to meet the growing need for more classrooms, the Clark County School Board has authorized the issuance of $600 million worth of general obligation bonds. These liinds will be used solely for the purpose of constructing new schools, refurbishing existing facilities and other capital improvement projects. ^ --?-=There are many reasons for supporting this effort. J _.^_—^—^ Students have been nained to the dean's list of Mercer Univer•'ty's College of Liberal Arts fo^ Winter quarter 1988. Included^ the list is Henderson resident Stephen Hedden. To be listed on the dean's list, students must maintain at least a 3.66 grade point average on 12 or more quarter hours of work. MISeO. INC. Cabta Systams f§ • • V* SMATV Systems 9148 Las Vagaa Boulavard South Las Vtffaa, Navada 89t23 —(702) 36^S9S6-— Residents of South Henderson and Green Valley Areas Old you receive your mall piece informing you of the 68e HBO/CINEMAX SPECIALf That's right! JUST B9€ gets you installation of Basic Cable TV, HBO A Cinemax. PtUS your first month of HBO/CINBMAX for JUST 86e more. TO RECEIVE THIS WONDERFUL OFFER —AN ENTERTAINMENT DELIGHT FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY CALL MISCO CABLE 361-5956 ENJOY THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF CABLE TELEVISION OUsf oiSy I NO TAX INCREASE Because of the "retirement" of existli debts, this bond proposal will create no additional tax burden on Clark County residents. Therefore, the countvtax rate will remain at its current level or mav even decrease. ECONOMIC DEVEIOPMENT One of the primar\ concerns of businesses thinking of locating in Clark County is the quality' of our schools. To bring new business to our com-, munitv' we must have adequate facilities to meet the fieeds of our students. It's been over 14 years since a new high school was constructed and the demand continues to grow. Severe overcrowding is a reality in many of our schools. No longer is it a discussion of what we want, it's now a matter of need. OUR CHILDREN Our most basic obligations and responsibilities are to our children. If we fail to meet the educational needs of our children, we fail in providing for their future...and ours. VOTE YES Moy 24,1988 Authorized and paid for by Citizens for the School BuUding Program. Dr. Kenny Guinn and Bill Manin, chairmen. Killed from page 1 portant than reducing Jh^ noffibera ofnuclear arms in the • world. f^ "I don't agree with that argument, and I don't believe that most other Americans do, either," Reid said. Reid pointed out that the defense bill has the "expressed purpose of strengthening our PALM provides workshop PALM (Alcoholism in Labor and Management) will be~providing a workshop on "Employee Preventive Maintenance," Tuesday, May 17 from 9 a.m. until 11:30 a.m. at the Care Unit Hospital of Nevada. The workshop is open to the public. For more information call Susan Gregg call 362-8404. natiMial defense^ not unilBtaraily undermining it," and that such a bill was not the place for this type of amendment. He argued that there is nothing in the moratorium that stops the Soviets from doing all the preparatory work for a round of nuclear tests whije our Test Site operations are stopped and our scientists and technicians are scattered acroee the country. Reid called on the Senate to let the arms negotiators in Geneva do their job*. The United States cannot have 536 Secretaries of State making foreign poUcy decisions," he said. The arms discussions in Geneva are delving into the question of a nuclear testing treiaty. — Rod also pointed out that the proponents of the moratorium have gained three votes since the last moratorium vote last yeAr. The fight to protect the jobs at the Test Site is getting tougher every year and it is going to take the efforts of everyone in the Nevada delegation if we are to succeed." |§)$>PLAY Trivial Pursuit — Scrabble at the GAMBIT BOOK a GMME STORE 119 Watw it. 564^123 NEW HOURS MON-SAT SUN 11 A.M.-10P.M 1 P.M.-8 P.M. .ij iii ii i|wii ii. i ) i iiM'' '! fi i p*' w, '' ^'' '' *;;^^ • ^^^

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PM 4 Hndria Horn* Ntwi. HtndtrMa. Nevada tuMdaj, May 17, 1966 Long-tiine McCaw teacher to be honored on retirement Areoaptkm in hooor of Barbara Meholaa' ratirement will be con* ducted Ntay 25, in the library of McCaw Elementary School at 3:30 Barbara Nicholas p.m. Frienda and former students are invited to stop by and say hello. Cards will be appreciated as a memento of this occasion. Nicholas has taught 24 years with Clark County schools all at Gordon McCaw Elementary in the kindergarten. She has started more than one thousand two hundred children down the path of education. She likes the trust and enthusiasm about the kindergarten pupils. When ahe first started teaching at the kindergarten level student emphasis was on resting rugs and graham crackers with milk. To tie ones shoes and rest quietly were important items on the report card. Working with the letters of the alphabet and with numbers was taught very informally, and rather incidentally with whatever else was going on in the class. Now, however, children do math operations and read books, all kinds of books. This year in a school wide contest lasting seven weeks, this class read between seven and eighty-five books by themselves. Nicholas says her ultimate joy is at the beginning of each year when a pupil will tug at her skirt and looking up with trusting eyes and say, "Are yoi the one who is going to teach me to learn!" Tawdy, May 17, 1966 Burkholder Drama Club partlcipatestjfMrai The Drama Club of Burkhokler Junior High School participated in the District Speech and Drama Festival '88 held this year at Van Tobel Junior High School on April 21. fiurkholder's Drama ClUb sent a cast and crew of 19 students. Ihe crew consisted of property mistress Heather Workman, sound Chris Snowden and set crew, props and make-up Heather Ortiz, Trista Barton, Leslie Brown and Christine Dirk. Competing in the category of oral interpretation of literature was Charla Lambert reciting a 8onn^ by Elizabeth Barrett Browning. In the drama division, the club presented three short plays. Performing in the cast of Meet Miaf Stone-Age were David Gutierrez, Charla Lambert, Andy Risheg, Dennis Mesinar and William Watkins. The cast of the play, Broadway Hit, consisted of performers Damon Sager, Nicole Workman, Paul Heinen, Charla Lambert, Niode Weir, Max Green, Mary Craig and Pete Kelly. The cast of The Caae of the Frustrated Corpae consisted of performers Max Green, Nicole Workman, Pete Kelly and CandieJ Dirk. Performances of all contestanlj at the festival were rated as i excellent, or superior by judges. All ei^teen performances of the members of the Burkholder's Drama Club received superior ratings. Soroptlmlst to hear commissioner Handaraoa Hamt Nawi, MattfartMli Nva4| Ppff f CENSORING: NOING A BAD THING WHEN YOU SEE IT at St. Rose de Lima by Mstfda Hawkins —St. Rose de Lima Hospital PubUdst Dozens of St. Roee de Lima "ifospital employeea will trade their traditicmal hospital uniforms and buainese attire for western wear this week as the hospital hosts the second annual "^uckaroo Days." Buckaroo Days is a Conununity Education event intended to help kingergarten, firstand secondgrade schoolchildren understand .that hospitals are a place to heal and solve health problems. This is a hands-on experience fw children," Community Education director Sister Robert Joseph Bailey said, '^e want to do some of the things children will experience when coming into a hospital for treatment, so they won't be afraid if they ever need our care." The "hand-on experience" Sister Robert Joseph described includes checking the children's height and weight, attaching a hospital identification band, looking at how xrays lets us look inside the body and letting them listen to their own hearts with a stethoscope (before and after a brief exercise session with stick horses). Children will also be shown^ with stuffed animals in western outfits, how doctors and nurses use an otoscope to check for healthy ears as well as how they might be given a, shot with'medicine to help them feel better. Other activities will include a simplified pulmonary (lung) function test and the "Yuk Bucket." The Yuk Bucket Corral lets the children decide which photographs of various healthy and noxious items can be fed to a cowboy bear, or tossed into the Yuk .Bucket. It was one of the most popular Buckaroo activities last year, and should help teach children to avoid health hazards and poisonous household products, Sister Robert Joseph said. According to hospital presidentCEO David B. Coats, the hospital hosted more than 1,500 students during last year's Buckaroo Days. Because the project was so successful and popular, he said, the hospital made a major commitment to have Buckaroo Days every year during National Hospital Week. This year's event, however, was delayed one week to let schools return to normal after the chemcial plant explosions May 4. Almost every kindergarten, firstand second-grade class in Henderson and Green Valley will take part in the event. Locars son named to dean's list Gordon McCaw Elementary School SPRING CARNIVAL Sat. May 21 • 10 a.m. 2 p.m. •Air Pillow •Games •Disney Play •Bingo •Food & Fun •Rummage Sale 57 Lynn Lane, Henderson nUURBI ON THE jon You Ne9d An Attomy EXPERIENCED In SIIS CItlmt Call DWIQHT SPER Now Former Qenwal CooHMl for sin 884^104B _FW6E CQMSULIATIOM^ Shari Compton Commissioner of Consumer Affairs Division for the State of Nevada Shari B. Compton will be guest speaker at Wednesday's Soroptimist International of Henderson's program meeting. The organiaation meata in the Balboa Rood of the Ddondo Coub at noon and the public ia invited to attend. A 21'yev nndent of Nevada and former teadier, Compton was first appointed Commiasiooer by Gov. Richard Biyan in Januaiy 1983. She m reqxmaible for the admioistration of the agency akxig with gueit speaking i^tpearanoes at various aervice groups and claa*rooms from elenientaiy through coUsge leveL Ihe Consumer Affairs division deals with ocmplaints filed by the consumer against buaineasee when the consumer feels he has been unfairly treated. A good example wouU be the automobile repair buainees which once was number one on the complaint list but through atate legialatkn the oonsumer now haa some protection. Telemarketing complaints have been at the head of the list more recently. IWNew York Tlnm' Tom Wicker looks at Amorlca'i prison crisis in Monunmt$ to FaKm by Carrie Baaton KLVX PabUdat Stw YaA nmaa oohunniat Tom Wicker ia the on-camera reporter for MoaameDtB to Failure: Aiaerica'a priaon criaia. airing Tueaday, May 24 at 10 p.m. on Channel 10. America's prison systems are becoming more crowded, more costly, and less effective every year. In the last ten years thiii oottntr/s priaon population has grown by 70 percent to 500,000 men and women. It now coats tens of thousands of dollars to house one innute annually. But America's prisons are failing in their primary responsibilities of detering crime and rehabilitating criminals and are becoming little more than warehouses for society's outcasts. Videotaped in seven states. MiMiiiiiMats to Failura finds thst prison officials throui^unit the country are having to deal with growing prison popnlatioos while fadof lawBoits to mske ihUt facilities more humane. At the same tfans, the eoorts an ssntncinf mon people to prison in a • hortsifhtad response to ^ paUic outcry against tlis riafaif crime rat*. Obituary Reid names O'Driscofl press secretary U.S. Seantor Harry Reid recently named Mary 01)riscoll as press secretary. OlMscoll, 27, has been deputy press secretary in Reid's office since July 1987. A longtime Nevada resident, she grew up in Reno and was graduated from Bishop Manoque Hi|^ School. She earned her bachelor's degree in }oumalism from Northern Arizona Uni' veraity in Flagstaff in 1982, and reported for newapapers in Flagstaff and Las Cruces and Albuquerque, N.M., and Las Vegas. At the Las Vegas Sun, she covered poUtics and the Nevada Legislature. OlhiscoU is the daughter of Paul and Margaret ODriacoll of Reno. Katharine B. Kelly, 79 died Thursday, May 12 in Las Vegas. She had been a residrat of the Henderson area for the past 12 years. She was bom in Kanaaa City, Mo. on Sept. 23,1908 and was a doll restorer. Survivors include daughter Mary Kay Barillauz of MenderKatherlne B. Kelly 1 son, 3 grandchiidrtn and 7 great-grandchildren. Visitation was heki Sunday, May 15 at noon. Rosary WM recitsd at 7 p.m. Mass was hald^ Monday, Msy 16 at 10 a.m. aU ia the Palm Chapel in Handerson. Father Tony Vercelloa* fhan 9t Peter's Church offidatad. Interment waa private. ^New Schools with NO bx Increase Currently, Clark CounU' Schools are severely overcrowded with more and more students entering the school system each year. In order to meet the growing need for more classrooms, the Clark County School Board has authorized the issuance of $600 million worth of general obligation bonds. These liinds will be used solely for the purpose of constructing new schools, refurbishing existing facilities and other capital improvement projects. ^ --?-=There are many reasons for supporting this effort. J _.^_—^—^ Students have been nained to the dean's list of Mercer Univer•'ty's College of Liberal Arts fo^ Winter quarter 1988. Included^ the list is Henderson resident Stephen Hedden. To be listed on the dean's list, students must maintain at least a 3.66 grade point average on 12 or more quarter hours of work. MISeO. INC. Cabta Systams f§ • • V* SMATV Systems 9148 Las Vagaa Boulavard South Las Vtffaa, Navada 89t23 —(702) 36^S9S6-— Residents of South Henderson and Green Valley Areas Old you receive your mall piece informing you of the 68e HBO/CINEMAX SPECIALf That's right! JUST B9€ gets you installation of Basic Cable TV, HBO A Cinemax. PtUS your first month of HBO/CINBMAX for JUST 86e more. TO RECEIVE THIS WONDERFUL OFFER —AN ENTERTAINMENT DELIGHT FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY CALL MISCO CABLE 361-5956 ENJOY THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF CABLE TELEVISION OUsf oiSy I NO TAX INCREASE Because of the "retirement" of existli debts, this bond proposal will create no additional tax burden on Clark County residents. Therefore, the countvtax rate will remain at its current level or mav even decrease. ECONOMIC DEVEIOPMENT One of the primar\ concerns of businesses thinking of locating in Clark County is the quality' of our schools. To bring new business to our com-, munitv' we must have adequate facilities to meet the fieeds of our students. It's been over 14 years since a new high school was constructed and the demand continues to grow. Severe overcrowding is a reality in many of our schools. No longer is it a discussion of what we want, it's now a matter of need. OUR CHILDREN Our most basic obligations and responsibilities are to our children. If we fail to meet the educational needs of our children, we fail in providing for their future...and ours. VOTE YES Moy 24,1988 Authorized and paid for by Citizens for the School BuUding Program. Dr. Kenny Guinn and Bill Manin, chairmen. Killed from page 1 portant than reducing Jh^ noffibera ofnuclear arms in the • world. f^ "I don't agree with that argument, and I don't believe that most other Americans do, either," Reid said. Reid pointed out that the defense bill has the "expressed purpose of strengthening our PALM provides workshop PALM (Alcoholism in Labor and Management) will be~providing a workshop on "Employee Preventive Maintenance," Tuesday, May 17 from 9 a.m. until 11:30 a.m. at the Care Unit Hospital of Nevada. The workshop is open to the public. For more information call Susan Gregg call 362-8404. natiMial defense^ not unilBtaraily undermining it," and that such a bill was not the place for this type of amendment. He argued that there is nothing in the moratorium that stops the Soviets from doing all the preparatory work for a round of nuclear tests whije our Test Site operations are stopped and our scientists and technicians are scattered acroee the country. Reid called on the Senate to let the arms negotiators in Geneva do their job*. The United States cannot have 536 Secretaries of State making foreign poUcy decisions," he said. The arms discussions in Geneva are delving into the question of a nuclear testing treiaty. — Rod also pointed out that the proponents of the moratorium have gained three votes since the last moratorium vote last yeAr. The fight to protect the jobs at the Test Site is getting tougher every year and it is going to take the efforts of everyone in the Nevada delegation if we are to succeed." |§)$>PLAY Trivial Pursuit — Scrabble at the GAMBIT BOOK a GMME STORE 119 Watw it. 564^123 NEW HOURS MON-SAT SUN 11 A.M.-10P.M 1 P.M.-8 P.M. .ij iii ii i|wii ii. i ) i iiM'' '! fi i p*' w, '' ^'' '' *;;^^ • ^^^

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SPWWSHWBPPP mmmmmm I ftgt I Htttdtrien HOBI Ntwt, ^snderion, Ntvada TuMdy. My 17. 1988 TuswUy, Muy l7, 1988 Union from page 1 SMA names Dale Anderson vice president and chief operating officer FREEDOM—A Freedom Shrine was dedicated recently at are used to teach children about the importance of freedom Edna Hinman Elementary School. The Freedom Shrine as and the unlimited opportunities dtizenship in the United presented to the school by the United Steelworkers of States provides. Pictured with Hinman students Joshua America and the Nevada State AFL-CIO in conjunction Rivera and Amy Tinderholt is executive secretary of the with the Las Vegas Exchange Club. The Freedom Shrines state AFL-ClO Black ie JEvans.^ _>^ • ^ Fay Galloway presents annual Spring Carnival .-_The Parent Teachers Organi^-atipn of Fay Galloway Elementary School recently annoimced thier annual Spring Carnival will be May 21 from 10 a.m. to '2 p;m. The carnival will be at Fay Galloway EHementary School, 701 Skyline Drive. There will be refreshments, a raffle and game booths. Some of the activities will including the cake walk, duck pond, wheel of fortune, ring toss and a clown painting booth. Prizes will be given to all game winners. "^ T The Nevada Department of Health and Safety and Pepcon officials will be in the first group to tour the plant. Southwest Gas Co. (Pepcon officials have blamed the blasts on a faulty gas line) and the State Public Service Commission will comprise the second group. Southwest Gas has denied any fault in the blast and feels its own investigation will help prove outside facotrs lead to the gas line break. A group of attorneys will follow, then representatives of Kidd and Co. Marshmallow, and Hnally the Steelworkers. In a related event last week. Governor Richard Bryan appointed the 1)lue ribbon committee" that will look into the hazards of heavy industry in the Las Vegas Valley. Named to the committee were: Lt. Gov. Bob Miller; County Commissioner Bruce Woodbury; American Nevada president Mark Fine; Sparks city manager Pat Thompson; State Fire Marshal Rex Gordon ; Dann y Evans of the Steelworkers Local 5282 (Stauffer Chemical); Father Ceasar Caviglia, pastor of St. Peter's Catholic Church-. Kerr McGhee, another BMI plant, will be keeping a close eye on the actions of that committee and another group of independent chemical experts that will be inspecting its plant. The factory, which is the only other producer of ammonium perchlorate in the country, has suspended operations, for at least, two weeks while investigations into its own safety procedures are conducted. After shutting down operations for almost a week following the April 4 Pepcon disaster, Kerr McGhee resumed operations last Tuesday. Under pressure from state, county and local government officials, however, the plant agreed Thursday to suspend operations again. -^ Kerr McGee officials have said at this point, the company has no intentions of leaving its current site. ~~" '^ liendarson Hamt/ifawf. HandarsMN^rada^Vafa 7 Wolves swim to state title Dale J. Anderson has recently been appointed vice president and chief operating officer for Southwest Medical Associates (SMA), Nevada's largest multi-specialty medical group. Anderson's career in medical group administration spans 18 years, and he is a Fellow of the American College of Medial Group Administrators. For the past 10 years, Anderson has taught, lectured, written and consulted in the fields of group practice management and strategic planning. Anderson worked as a consultant in the Denver area for thV The public is invited to attend. past year and previously held positions of administrator of Littleton CUnci in Colorado, Nicolet Clinic in Neenah, Wisconsin, and Hannibal Clinic in Missoiui. "Southwest Medical Associates is comprised of seventy providers and 425 employees with offices in Las Vegas, Reno, Carson City, Green Valley and Boulder City. I'm looking forward to carrying on the tradition of quality medical care for which SMA has always been know," states Anderson. SMA is a division of Sierra Health Services. It is the primary provider for members of Health Plan of Nevada and Sierra Health and Life Insurance. It also services the general population on a feefor-service basis. — SMA offers medical services in anesthesiology, cardiac rehabilitation, cardiology, clinical laboratory, endocrinology, family practice, internal medicine, mental health, neurology. Car club to meet by Paul Szydellco Howe New8 Sports Editor Twciyears ago, they fell short because of a disqualification; one year ago, they lost by fourhundredths of a second; but this year, the Basic High School Wolves narrowly defeated Reno for the state swimming championship Saturday. Basic and Reno, who have dominated state since 1976, exchanged leads throughout the afternoon at UNLV. With Reno up by three points, the title was up for grabs entering the final event. Basic's freestyle relay team of Phil Brown, Chad Stringfellow, Jamie Somers and Barry Eyestone finished second to Bishop Gorma n, while Reno ""maFageiTonly a sixth place finish. Gorman won with 3:18.01, and Basic's 3:20.19 shattered a school record that r-was on th BobTwliinceT977.^ Last year Basic had an eightpoint lead going into the relay, but Reno won, Gorman was -second and Basic, edged for third in the event, lost the team title by two points. "We knew going in we couldn't mak6f.a mistake," said Basic coach Pan Cahill. He emphasized td the swimmers not to jump early and be disquaUfied. State Swimming Boys Team results 1. Basic 199 2. Reno 190 3. Gorman 143 4. Manogue 104 5. Caraon City 97 6. Las Vegas 78 7. Boulder City 48 8. Western 43 With second pl^c*^ in tV relay, the Wolves finished with 199 team points and Reno had 190. Gorman finshed third in team pointswith 143 points. ~"'*We did it just like we thought we would—with See SWimmina Oaae 8 ^^ SMILES/OR SIMS-BBSIC'S Preston Sims was third lastjiceekepdLit IINLI^ y r y^ in the diving portion of the state swimminff championshiDs ^ swimming championships The Henderson Car Club, an organization for all individuals who own vehicles made prior to 1969, will be having their organizational meeting on Wednesday, May 18 at the Henderson Jaycee Clubhouse located on the comer of Major and Van Wagenen. Ilie meeting will begin at 7 p.m. and will be used to elect officers and to draft a set of by-laws. The Henderson Car Club is asking all interested invididuals to please attend. For further information please call Wayne Haines at 564-3198 or Paul Robinson at 565-7762. Dale J. Anderson Eder completes recruit training Navy Seaman Recruit Mark A. Eder, son of Oavid R. and Margaret L. Eder of Henderson, has completed recruit training at Recruit Trinaing Command, San Diego, according to a recc-nt press release from the FleetHometown •News Center. During Eder's eight-week training cycle, he studied general mihtary subjects designed to prepare him fot further academic and on-the-job training in one of the Navy's 85 basic fields. Eder's studies included seamanship, close order drill. Naval history and first aid. Personnel who complete this course of instruction are ehgible for three hours of college credit in Physical Education and Hygiene. A 1987 graduate of Basic High School, he joined the Navy in February of 1988. St. Rose de Lima Hospital marks lUedJcal Transcriptionist Week by Marda Hawkins St. Rose de Lima Hospital Publicist Almost hidden in offices equipped with efficient word processors, dictation machines and other modem record-keeping devices, thousands of medical transcriptionists across the country every day transfer physicians' consultations, patient progress observations and expert notes to permanent medical record reports. St. Rose de Lima Hospital employs three full-time Medical Transchptionists, and a fourth who works part-time. They are being honored this week as part of the hospital's recognition of National Medical Transcriptionist Week. The hsopital's transcriptionists follow American Association for Medical Transcription (AAMT) guidelines for the transfer and handling of medical reports; They accurately "and svilftly record physicians' dictated notes, treating every report as if it were a legal document. Among other things, that means they maintain strict confidentiahty and never repeat what they see in the 60 to 70 reports they each transcribe every day. According to Irene Butts, CMT, the AAMT National Board Examination for Medical Transcriptionists is "fairly rough." Of 447 people who took the general exam (specialized tests are also given for specific areas of expertise, such as Radiology record transcription) in 1987, only 201, or 45 percent, passed the exam. I^uch high standards are maintained because accurate medical records are critically important for later medical assessments by the healthcare team. WATCH THURSDAY'S PAPER FOR BEAUTY BUCKS Good At Beauty Corner 565-6844 303 S. Water St., Henderson =r=5:riPLAY & Many at the aAlMBIT BOOK ft GAME STORE ait Water St. 564-4123 1 ACCIDENTS ALL ACCIDENTS INCLUDING WORK INJURIES & WRONGFULL DEATH FRBe CONSULTATION SIDl ATtamtr AT I A 384-3847 HOWBOAT MANPOWER' •LIGHT FACTORY WORK •HEAVY INDUSTRIAL • SECRETARIES • TYPISTS • OR MTERESTINQ TEMPORARY ASSIGNMENTS IN THE HENDERSON AND BOULDER OTY AREAS MANPOWER TEMPORARY SERVICES 30-A Water St. FOR AN APPOINTMENT HINDnitON, NEVADA 565-5554 Pboto bj Mr CMTM MEDLEY RELAY-Preston Sims, Robert Richter. Craig Martin and Ken Fust finished second (1:45.50) for Basic. ._—_—-_--,-^ ~^--— PhoU bj Jefr Cow DIVING RUNNER-UP-Senior Jacob Curtis placed second in the state diving, helping the Wolves to a state rhampionship. $20 Reserved $12 Gen. Admission MAIN EVENT 10 Round Junior Welterweight ENGELS PEDROZA DAVID TAYLOR Long Beach, Calif. VS Atlanta, Georgia 18-0-18KOS 15-8-2-6KOS No.6WBA,No.7IBF.No.10WBC DON'T MISS THE BOAT. 5 Preliminary bouts featuring undefeated Las Vegans w^wmrnm"^ ww v^^rMw aa Akeem Anifowoshe, Ray Thompson and HOTEL, CASINO, COUNTRY CLUB & BOWLING CENTER Jeff Mayweather Ott, Davis state track champions KEN HARMON—The Basic junior was second in the state 1,600meter run Saturday at Eldorado, p^^ ^ j^, ^^^^ by Paul Szydelko Home News Sports Editor Seniors Eric Ott and Chris Davis won state championships as the Basic High School Wolves finished fourth in the state track meet Satiirday at Eldorado. The Sundevils took the team title with 79 V2 points. Western placed second with 54., Rancho was third with 52 and Bonanza and Basic each had 48VL Ott won the 800 in 1:56.4 and Davis easily won the shotput with a 56 feet, one and onehalf inch effort—a personal record. Ken Harmon set a personal best and ran second in the 1,600-meter nm with 4:24.2. Pat Hubbard finished second in the 3,200-meter run with 9:30.9 and fourth in the 1.600 with 4:34.00. David Butler's fifth place :40.9 300 hurdle performance was also a personal record. Basic's mile relay team (Butler, Harmon, Hubbard and Ott) set a new school record, 3:28.2, to finish third in state. Girls results Alicia Butler was sixth ui the 800 (2:32.7) and Shonna Wicklund seventh in the 800 (2:41). Julie Robles was fifth in the 3,200 and sixth in the 1,600; Tara Thomas finished seventh in both the 1,600 and the 3,200 runs. Ani^e Bloom was fifth in the 300 hurdles and sixth in the 100-yard dash. The Lady Wolves mile relay team was sixt|). "I don't know if the boom caught up with us, but we we re See track page 8 STATE CHAMP-Senior Eric Ott was one of two Basic sUte champions. Ott nm the 800 in 1:56.4. P^M* hr JMi CM

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SPWWSHWBPPP mmmmmm I ftgt I Htttdtrien HOBI Ntwt, ^snderion, Ntvada TuMdy. My 17. 1988 TuswUy, Muy l7, 1988 Union from page 1 SMA names Dale Anderson vice president and chief operating officer FREEDOM—A Freedom Shrine was dedicated recently at are used to teach children about the importance of freedom Edna Hinman Elementary School. The Freedom Shrine as and the unlimited opportunities dtizenship in the United presented to the school by the United Steelworkers of States provides. Pictured with Hinman students Joshua America and the Nevada State AFL-CIO in conjunction Rivera and Amy Tinderholt is executive secretary of the with the Las Vegas Exchange Club. The Freedom Shrines state AFL-ClO Black ie JEvans.^ _>^ • ^ Fay Galloway presents annual Spring Carnival .-_The Parent Teachers Organi^-atipn of Fay Galloway Elementary School recently annoimced thier annual Spring Carnival will be May 21 from 10 a.m. to '2 p;m. The carnival will be at Fay Galloway EHementary School, 701 Skyline Drive. There will be refreshments, a raffle and game booths. Some of the activities will including the cake walk, duck pond, wheel of fortune, ring toss and a clown painting booth. Prizes will be given to all game winners. "^ T The Nevada Department of Health and Safety and Pepcon officials will be in the first group to tour the plant. Southwest Gas Co. (Pepcon officials have blamed the blasts on a faulty gas line) and the State Public Service Commission will comprise the second group. Southwest Gas has denied any fault in the blast and feels its own investigation will help prove outside facotrs lead to the gas line break. A group of attorneys will follow, then representatives of Kidd and Co. Marshmallow, and Hnally the Steelworkers. In a related event last week. Governor Richard Bryan appointed the 1)lue ribbon committee" that will look into the hazards of heavy industry in the Las Vegas Valley. Named to the committee were: Lt. Gov. Bob Miller; County Commissioner Bruce Woodbury; American Nevada president Mark Fine; Sparks city manager Pat Thompson; State Fire Marshal Rex Gordon ; Dann y Evans of the Steelworkers Local 5282 (Stauffer Chemical); Father Ceasar Caviglia, pastor of St. Peter's Catholic Church-. Kerr McGhee, another BMI plant, will be keeping a close eye on the actions of that committee and another group of independent chemical experts that will be inspecting its plant. The factory, which is the only other producer of ammonium perchlorate in the country, has suspended operations, for at least, two weeks while investigations into its own safety procedures are conducted. After shutting down operations for almost a week following the April 4 Pepcon disaster, Kerr McGhee resumed operations last Tuesday. Under pressure from state, county and local government officials, however, the plant agreed Thursday to suspend operations again. -^ Kerr McGee officials have said at this point, the company has no intentions of leaving its current site. ~~" '^ liendarson Hamt/ifawf. HandarsMN^rada^Vafa 7 Wolves swim to state title Dale J. Anderson has recently been appointed vice president and chief operating officer for Southwest Medical Associates (SMA), Nevada's largest multi-specialty medical group. Anderson's career in medical group administration spans 18 years, and he is a Fellow of the American College of Medial Group Administrators. For the past 10 years, Anderson has taught, lectured, written and consulted in the fields of group practice management and strategic planning. Anderson worked as a consultant in the Denver area for thV The public is invited to attend. past year and previously held positions of administrator of Littleton CUnci in Colorado, Nicolet Clinic in Neenah, Wisconsin, and Hannibal Clinic in Missoiui. "Southwest Medical Associates is comprised of seventy providers and 425 employees with offices in Las Vegas, Reno, Carson City, Green Valley and Boulder City. I'm looking forward to carrying on the tradition of quality medical care for which SMA has always been know," states Anderson. SMA is a division of Sierra Health Services. It is the primary provider for members of Health Plan of Nevada and Sierra Health and Life Insurance. It also services the general population on a feefor-service basis. — SMA offers medical services in anesthesiology, cardiac rehabilitation, cardiology, clinical laboratory, endocrinology, family practice, internal medicine, mental health, neurology. Car club to meet by Paul Szydellco Howe New8 Sports Editor Twciyears ago, they fell short because of a disqualification; one year ago, they lost by fourhundredths of a second; but this year, the Basic High School Wolves narrowly defeated Reno for the state swimming championship Saturday. Basic and Reno, who have dominated state since 1976, exchanged leads throughout the afternoon at UNLV. With Reno up by three points, the title was up for grabs entering the final event. Basic's freestyle relay team of Phil Brown, Chad Stringfellow, Jamie Somers and Barry Eyestone finished second to Bishop Gorma n, while Reno ""maFageiTonly a sixth place finish. Gorman won with 3:18.01, and Basic's 3:20.19 shattered a school record that r-was on th BobTwliinceT977.^ Last year Basic had an eightpoint lead going into the relay, but Reno won, Gorman was -second and Basic, edged for third in the event, lost the team title by two points. "We knew going in we couldn't mak6f.a mistake," said Basic coach Pan Cahill. He emphasized td the swimmers not to jump early and be disquaUfied. State Swimming Boys Team results 1. Basic 199 2. Reno 190 3. Gorman 143 4. Manogue 104 5. Caraon City 97 6. Las Vegas 78 7. Boulder City 48 8. Western 43 With second pl^c*^ in tV relay, the Wolves finished with 199 team points and Reno had 190. Gorman finshed third in team pointswith 143 points. ~"'*We did it just like we thought we would—with See SWimmina Oaae 8 ^^ SMILES/OR SIMS-BBSIC'S Preston Sims was third lastjiceekepdLit IINLI^ y r y^ in the diving portion of the state swimminff championshiDs ^ swimming championships The Henderson Car Club, an organization for all individuals who own vehicles made prior to 1969, will be having their organizational meeting on Wednesday, May 18 at the Henderson Jaycee Clubhouse located on the comer of Major and Van Wagenen. Ilie meeting will begin at 7 p.m. and will be used to elect officers and to draft a set of by-laws. The Henderson Car Club is asking all interested invididuals to please attend. For further information please call Wayne Haines at 564-3198 or Paul Robinson at 565-7762. Dale J. Anderson Eder completes recruit training Navy Seaman Recruit Mark A. Eder, son of Oavid R. and Margaret L. Eder of Henderson, has completed recruit training at Recruit Trinaing Command, San Diego, according to a recc-nt press release from the FleetHometown •News Center. During Eder's eight-week training cycle, he studied general mihtary subjects designed to prepare him fot further academic and on-the-job training in one of the Navy's 85 basic fields. Eder's studies included seamanship, close order drill. Naval history and first aid. Personnel who complete this course of instruction are ehgible for three hours of college credit in Physical Education and Hygiene. A 1987 graduate of Basic High School, he joined the Navy in February of 1988. St. Rose de Lima Hospital marks lUedJcal Transcriptionist Week by Marda Hawkins St. Rose de Lima Hospital Publicist Almost hidden in offices equipped with efficient word processors, dictation machines and other modem record-keeping devices, thousands of medical transcriptionists across the country every day transfer physicians' consultations, patient progress observations and expert notes to permanent medical record reports. St. Rose de Lima Hospital employs three full-time Medical Transchptionists, and a fourth who works part-time. They are being honored this week as part of the hospital's recognition of National Medical Transcriptionist Week. The hsopital's transcriptionists follow American Association for Medical Transcription (AAMT) guidelines for the transfer and handling of medical reports; They accurately "and svilftly record physicians' dictated notes, treating every report as if it were a legal document. Among other things, that means they maintain strict confidentiahty and never repeat what they see in the 60 to 70 reports they each transcribe every day. According to Irene Butts, CMT, the AAMT National Board Examination for Medical Transcriptionists is "fairly rough." Of 447 people who took the general exam (specialized tests are also given for specific areas of expertise, such as Radiology record transcription) in 1987, only 201, or 45 percent, passed the exam. I^uch high standards are maintained because accurate medical records are critically important for later medical assessments by the healthcare team. WATCH THURSDAY'S PAPER FOR BEAUTY BUCKS Good At Beauty Corner 565-6844 303 S. Water St., Henderson =r=5:riPLAY & Many at the aAlMBIT BOOK ft GAME STORE ait Water St. 564-4123 1 ACCIDENTS ALL ACCIDENTS INCLUDING WORK INJURIES & WRONGFULL DEATH FRBe CONSULTATION SIDl ATtamtr AT I A 384-3847 HOWBOAT MANPOWER' •LIGHT FACTORY WORK •HEAVY INDUSTRIAL • SECRETARIES • TYPISTS • OR MTERESTINQ TEMPORARY ASSIGNMENTS IN THE HENDERSON AND BOULDER OTY AREAS MANPOWER TEMPORARY SERVICES 30-A Water St. FOR AN APPOINTMENT HINDnitON, NEVADA 565-5554 Pboto bj Mr CMTM MEDLEY RELAY-Preston Sims, Robert Richter. Craig Martin and Ken Fust finished second (1:45.50) for Basic. ._—_—-_--,-^ ~^--— PhoU bj Jefr Cow DIVING RUNNER-UP-Senior Jacob Curtis placed second in the state diving, helping the Wolves to a state rhampionship. $20 Reserved $12 Gen. Admission MAIN EVENT 10 Round Junior Welterweight ENGELS PEDROZA DAVID TAYLOR Long Beach, Calif. VS Atlanta, Georgia 18-0-18KOS 15-8-2-6KOS No.6WBA,No.7IBF.No.10WBC DON'T MISS THE BOAT. 5 Preliminary bouts featuring undefeated Las Vegans w^wmrnm"^ ww v^^rMw aa Akeem Anifowoshe, Ray Thompson and HOTEL, CASINO, COUNTRY CLUB & BOWLING CENTER Jeff Mayweather Ott, Davis state track champions KEN HARMON—The Basic junior was second in the state 1,600meter run Saturday at Eldorado, p^^ ^ j^, ^^^^ by Paul Szydelko Home News Sports Editor Seniors Eric Ott and Chris Davis won state championships as the Basic High School Wolves finished fourth in the state track meet Satiirday at Eldorado. The Sundevils took the team title with 79 V2 points. Western placed second with 54., Rancho was third with 52 and Bonanza and Basic each had 48VL Ott won the 800 in 1:56.4 and Davis easily won the shotput with a 56 feet, one and onehalf inch effort—a personal record. Ken Harmon set a personal best and ran second in the 1,600-meter nm with 4:24.2. Pat Hubbard finished second in the 3,200-meter run with 9:30.9 and fourth in the 1.600 with 4:34.00. David Butler's fifth place :40.9 300 hurdle performance was also a personal record. Basic's mile relay team (Butler, Harmon, Hubbard and Ott) set a new school record, 3:28.2, to finish third in state. Girls results Alicia Butler was sixth ui the 800 (2:32.7) and Shonna Wicklund seventh in the 800 (2:41). Julie Robles was fifth in the 3,200 and sixth in the 1,600; Tara Thomas finished seventh in both the 1,600 and the 3,200 runs. Ani^e Bloom was fifth in the 300 hurdles and sixth in the 100-yard dash. The Lady Wolves mile relay team was sixt|). "I don't know if the boom caught up with us, but we we re See track page 8 STATE CHAMP-Senior Eric Ott was one of two Basic sUte champions. Ott nm the 800 in 1:56.4. P^M* hr JMi CM

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fagt I lUaitriiii Hm Nws, Htndarion, Nevada TuMday, May 17. 1968 1 %'-' .. • M^' STATE TRACK-^-Angie Bloom finished fifth in the 300 hurdlM Saturday. *^ *V ^ CWN. Track from page 7 flat," said coach Larry Burgess of the Pepcon explosion which forced Basic to close for six days. Tart of it was that they were out of school and out of the routine," Burgess said. Baaic's good showing in the aone meet surprised Burgess he said ho might have overlooked some of the effects of being out of achool. "One of the things that bothered us was we didn't know what would happen. We were in limbo," Burgess said. "I don't think there's any question the girls could have done better and the boys could have been second. "We're air a BtUe disappointed we didn't do better," the coach added. •-'•^ss^!**'*''**** EIGHT-HUNDRED-METER RUN-Shonna Wicklund,1eft, and Alicia Butler compete in the state 800 run. Butler was sixth and Wicklund finished seventh. Photo by Jeff COWCD ff^.^-^ "^fy. <^mt,. DIVING WINNERS-Mercy Heard. left,iind Susan Whitehead were two-three in the state diving event Pk^ b, MI Cowe* Swimming from page 7 depth," Cahill said "We won the sta^e meet at zone," Cahill said. Reno and other schools had the top individuals, but Basic had far more qualifiers. We won the meet with our 11th and 12th kida." Basic did not have a first place finish all day. In addition to the freestyle relay Hnishing second, the medley relay team (Ken Fust, Craig Martin, Preston Sims and Robert Richter) was second with 1:45.50 and southern zone champ Jacob Curtis was second in the diving with 303.00 points. Sims was third (276.25), Mark Bird was sixth and Matt Triplett was ninth in the diving. "T^iey did a real good solid job," Cahill said. Basic outscored Reno by nine points in the the diving, which proved to be the margin of difference in the overaU competition. Other top times and finishes Carducci shoots 87 in state golf tourney Todd Carducci, Basic High School's lone state tournament golf representative, shot an 87 Friday at the Calvada Golf and Country Club in Pahrump. Eddie Heinen's 69 led Valley to victory in the team oxnpetition. Valley's team score, 368, broke a record that Western set in 1974 (378 strokes). for Basic included. Fust, third in the 100 backstroke (:56.73) and fourth in the 50 freestyle (:21.94); Somers, fourth in the 200 individual medley (2:01.91) and fourth in the 100 breaststroke (1:02.87 ); Eyestone, fourth in the 200 freestyle (new school record, 1:47.14) and fifth in the 500 freestyle (4:54.22), and Richter sixth in the 50 freestyle (:22.77). "The meet itself was extremely fast," Cahill said, noting that 12 state records were set. Cahill decided to split the strengths in the relay team, hoping for points from two second place finishes rather than a firat and lesser place. "It W9 the team that won, it was a group effort," Cahill' said. The coach noted the performances of Dave Mesinar, Martin, Brown, Stringfellow, Richter and Triplett. "Not taking ansrthing away from our t(^ swimmers, but thoae others, put us over the hump." Basic also won state championships in 1976, 1977 and 1982. Reno has w(m all the rest. Girls reaulta Reno easily took the girls' competition with 213 points; Chaparral and Bonanza tied for second place with 136; and Basic followed with 104. Heidi Wood was the Lady Wolves' top performer; she finished fourth in the 200 freestyle (2:04.68) and fifth in the 500 freestyle (5:34.88) Mercy Heard was second in diving (284.30), with Susan Whitehead third (278.00). PLAY Cribbage & PInnocIa at the GAMBIT BOOK & 6AME STOBE ait Water at. 5e4-4123 //;/> • week, join Phil for "Coinn^coiis Cowchds." FciJtuiw;^ fot'i^wr hciirifwcii^lit cluwip Mhluicl Dokes. It you're looking for a fight, then come to Caesars Palace every Tuesday night in May following the NBA playoffs. Where this week, nationally known sportscaster Phil Stone (filling in for Al Bernstein) presents."Boxing By The Book' in the Olympiad. 'The worlds most spectacular race and sports book. Featuring championship bouts, expert commentary special guests, trivia contests and prize giveaways, 'Boxing By The Book" is yours to enjoy with our compliments. And as a special added attraction this week, you'll meet Sonny Allen, coach of the Las Vegas Silver Streaks and former UNLV star Mark Wade. So to add more punch to your Tuesdays, come to Caesars. And get mtoa fight with^ Phil Stone: f-M ^ 8 ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS HENDERSON AND BOULDER^ CITY AfEEDMOHE SCHOOLS QUESTION: WHO IS RESPONSIBLE FOR PROVIDING AN EDUCATION TO THE NEXT GENERATION? _^ QUESTION: WHERE WILL THE INCREASED ENROLLMENT GO AFTER OUR CHILDREN LEAVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL? QUESTION: HOW CAN YOU HELP? Z.r^'-L JOIN THOUSANDS OF CONCrRNED CITIZENS, BUSINESS PEOPLE, CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE, TEACHERS, PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT, PARENTS AND THE INDIVIDUALS AND GROUPS LISTED BELOW IN VOTING YESI ON THE BOND ISSUE ON TUESDAY, MAY 24TH. PLEASE VOTE YES Your Children and Grandchildren are Depending^m You •Ma!lion Brown Jr. High School Staff •Basic High School Administration •Elton Garrett Junior High School Parent Advisory •Elton Garrett Junior High School Parent Advisory •Students of Boulder City High School •Boulder City High School Administration and Faculty •Lyal W. Burkholder Junior High School Administration •Lyal W. Burkholder Junior High School Parent Advisory •Chester Sewell Elementary School Administration and Staff •Chester Seweil Elementary School PTA •Fay Galloway Elementary School •Fay Galloway Elementary School PTO •Nate Mack Elementary School •Nate Mack Elementary School PTA •Edna Hinman Elementary School Administration and Staff •Edna Hinman Elementary School PTA •Gordon McCaw Elementary School •Gordon McCaw Elementary School PTA •Estes Mctooniel Elementary School PTA •Estes McDoniel Elementary School — Dr. Caroyin Reedom, Principal •Ahdrew Mitchell Elementary School •Andrew Mitchell Elementary School PTA •Robert Taylor Elementary School — Dr. Donald G. Anderson, Principal •Robert Taylor Elementary School — Mr. Curtis Jones, Assistant Principal •Robert Taylor Elementary School PTA •CCCC — Henderson Campus Faculty — 564-7484 •CCCC — Henderson Campus, Administration and Staff — 564-7484 •S.N.V.T.C. Student Council and Students •S.N.V.T.C. Administration •Paul Gargis Realty — 564-6969 • ;

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fagt I lUaitriiii Hm Nws, Htndarion, Nevada TuMday, May 17. 1968 1 %'-' .. • M^' STATE TRACK-^-Angie Bloom finished fifth in the 300 hurdlM Saturday. *^ *V ^ CWN. Track from page 7 flat," said coach Larry Burgess of the Pepcon explosion which forced Basic to close for six days. Tart of it was that they were out of school and out of the routine," Burgess said. Baaic's good showing in the aone meet surprised Burgess he said ho might have overlooked some of the effects of being out of achool. "One of the things that bothered us was we didn't know what would happen. We were in limbo," Burgess said. "I don't think there's any question the girls could have done better and the boys could have been second. "We're air a BtUe disappointed we didn't do better," the coach added. •-'•^ss^!**'*''**** EIGHT-HUNDRED-METER RUN-Shonna Wicklund,1eft, and Alicia Butler compete in the state 800 run. Butler was sixth and Wicklund finished seventh. Photo by Jeff COWCD ff^.^-^ "^fy. <^mt,. DIVING WINNERS-Mercy Heard. left,iind Susan Whitehead were two-three in the state diving event Pk^ b, MI Cowe* Swimming from page 7 depth," Cahill said "We won the sta^e meet at zone," Cahill said. Reno and other schools had the top individuals, but Basic had far more qualifiers. We won the meet with our 11th and 12th kida." Basic did not have a first place finish all day. In addition to the freestyle relay Hnishing second, the medley relay team (Ken Fust, Craig Martin, Preston Sims and Robert Richter) was second with 1:45.50 and southern zone champ Jacob Curtis was second in the diving with 303.00 points. Sims was third (276.25), Mark Bird was sixth and Matt Triplett was ninth in the diving. "T^iey did a real good solid job," Cahill said. Basic outscored Reno by nine points in the the diving, which proved to be the margin of difference in the overaU competition. Other top times and finishes Carducci shoots 87 in state golf tourney Todd Carducci, Basic High School's lone state tournament golf representative, shot an 87 Friday at the Calvada Golf and Country Club in Pahrump. Eddie Heinen's 69 led Valley to victory in the team oxnpetition. Valley's team score, 368, broke a record that Western set in 1974 (378 strokes). for Basic included. Fust, third in the 100 backstroke (:56.73) and fourth in the 50 freestyle (:21.94); Somers, fourth in the 200 individual medley (2:01.91) and fourth in the 100 breaststroke (1:02.87 ); Eyestone, fourth in the 200 freestyle (new school record, 1:47.14) and fifth in the 500 freestyle (4:54.22), and Richter sixth in the 50 freestyle (:22.77). "The meet itself was extremely fast," Cahill said, noting that 12 state records were set. Cahill decided to split the strengths in the relay team, hoping for points from two second place finishes rather than a firat and lesser place. "It W9 the team that won, it was a group effort," Cahill' said. The coach noted the performances of Dave Mesinar, Martin, Brown, Stringfellow, Richter and Triplett. "Not taking ansrthing away from our t(^ swimmers, but thoae others, put us over the hump." Basic also won state championships in 1976, 1977 and 1982. Reno has w(m all the rest. Girls reaulta Reno easily took the girls' competition with 213 points; Chaparral and Bonanza tied for second place with 136; and Basic followed with 104. Heidi Wood was the Lady Wolves' top performer; she finished fourth in the 200 freestyle (2:04.68) and fifth in the 500 freestyle (5:34.88) Mercy Heard was second in diving (284.30), with Susan Whitehead third (278.00). PLAY Cribbage & PInnocIa at the GAMBIT BOOK & 6AME STOBE ait Water at. 5e4-4123 //;/> • week, join Phil for "Coinn^coiis Cowchds." FciJtuiw;^ fot'i^wr hciirifwcii^lit cluwip Mhluicl Dokes. It you're looking for a fight, then come to Caesars Palace every Tuesday night in May following the NBA playoffs. Where this week, nationally known sportscaster Phil Stone (filling in for Al Bernstein) presents."Boxing By The Book' in the Olympiad. 'The worlds most spectacular race and sports book. Featuring championship bouts, expert commentary special guests, trivia contests and prize giveaways, 'Boxing By The Book" is yours to enjoy with our compliments. And as a special added attraction this week, you'll meet Sonny Allen, coach of the Las Vegas Silver Streaks and former UNLV star Mark Wade. So to add more punch to your Tuesdays, come to Caesars. And get mtoa fight with^ Phil Stone: f-M ^ 8 ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS HENDERSON AND BOULDER^ CITY AfEEDMOHE SCHOOLS QUESTION: WHO IS RESPONSIBLE FOR PROVIDING AN EDUCATION TO THE NEXT GENERATION? _^ QUESTION: WHERE WILL THE INCREASED ENROLLMENT GO AFTER OUR CHILDREN LEAVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL? QUESTION: HOW CAN YOU HELP? Z.r^'-L JOIN THOUSANDS OF CONCrRNED CITIZENS, BUSINESS PEOPLE, CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE, TEACHERS, PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT, PARENTS AND THE INDIVIDUALS AND GROUPS LISTED BELOW IN VOTING YESI ON THE BOND ISSUE ON TUESDAY, MAY 24TH. PLEASE VOTE YES Your Children and Grandchildren are Depending^m You •Ma!lion Brown Jr. High School Staff •Basic High School Administration •Elton Garrett Junior High School Parent Advisory •Elton Garrett Junior High School Parent Advisory •Students of Boulder City High School •Boulder City High School Administration and Faculty •Lyal W. Burkholder Junior High School Administration •Lyal W. Burkholder Junior High School Parent Advisory •Chester Sewell Elementary School Administration and Staff •Chester Seweil Elementary School PTA •Fay Galloway Elementary School •Fay Galloway Elementary School PTO •Nate Mack Elementary School •Nate Mack Elementary School PTA •Edna Hinman Elementary School Administration and Staff •Edna Hinman Elementary School PTA •Gordon McCaw Elementary School •Gordon McCaw Elementary School PTA •Estes Mctooniel Elementary School PTA •Estes McDoniel Elementary School — Dr. Caroyin Reedom, Principal •Ahdrew Mitchell Elementary School •Andrew Mitchell Elementary School PTA •Robert Taylor Elementary School — Dr. Donald G. Anderson, Principal •Robert Taylor Elementary School — Mr. Curtis Jones, Assistant Principal •Robert Taylor Elementary School PTA •CCCC — Henderson Campus Faculty — 564-7484 •CCCC — Henderson Campus, Administration and Staff — 564-7484 •S.N.V.T.C. Student Council and Students •S.N.V.T.C. Administration •Paul Gargis Realty — 564-6969 • ;

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r / • • Paga 10 Henderson Homa Haws. Henderaon. Nevada TucMlay. May 17, 1M8 American Pacific Corporation releases company's preliminary investigation on Pacific Engineering fire I'VE! GOT IT-Nicki Workman nabs the food on a string at a recent fun time at Burkholder Junior High School. / Editor's note: The following is s press release from American Pacific Corporation stating the company's preliminary position as to the causes of a May 4 JHre that destroyed Pacific Engineering. Southwest Gas denied AmPac's allegations and said gas mains in the area ruptured as a result of explosions, not as a cause of them. American Pacific Corporation (NASDAQ-NMSAPPC; PSE-APF) announced May 12, preliminary results of the early-stage investigation of the explosive destruction of the ammonium perchlorate plant operated by its wholly-owned subsidiary Pacific Engineering and Production Co. of Nevada (Pepcon) in Henderson on May 4. Chairman and chief executive officer of American Pacific Fred D. Gibson, Jr., reported "We have confirmed that for at least one-half hour prior to the initial fire in the Pepcon plant the large 4uO plus (pressure per square inch) psi high pressure gas line passing through the plant suffered a catastrophic leak that reduced the pressure in the line very substantially. 'This gas line was, of course, installed, owned and operated by firms unrelated to American Pacific or Pacific Engineering, llie massive gas leak is beheved to have satiu-ated the earth below the paved surfaces of the Pepcon plant and to have ignited at the point of origin as a result of circumstances unrelated to Pepcon operations. All of the subsequent destructive events were ukused by the gas leak, the gas fire and the gas explosion." Gibson further advised that "it is too early ,ta assessing responsibiUty for the occnrrence.'*'"' Exclusive Clark County Fire Department control of the site has not allowed on-site investigation to datfe. Extensive analysis will be required to determine whether the pre-ignition leak in the gas line was attributable to faulty manufacture of the pipe, to faulty installation, to a^g, to improper mauitenance, or to other causes. "We intend to pursue these uivestiganons vigorously to their conclusion." Gibson finally noted that prior pubUc statements issued by Southwest Gas to the effect that explosions of ammonium perchlorate preceded and caused the gas leak and subsequent massive gas explosion were mistaken, and are completely inconsistent with the dramatic reduction in pressure in the gas line, that has been established, and that is understood to have been confumed by Southwest Oas to officials of Kerr-McGee Chemical Corporation upon inquiry. In relation to other matters, vice president and general counsel of American Pacific C. Kath Rooker, noted the erroneous media reports that "the Gibson Brothers" were the owners of Pacific Engineering. Rooker stated, Tepcon is a wholly-owned subsidiary of American Pacific, which is pubUcly and widely held. Fred D. Gibson, Jr. is the owner of less than IS.percent and James I. Gibson is the owner of less than five percent of the stock of the corporation. "This information is, of course, readily available from the public reports of the corporation." Rooker also restated Pepcon's position in relation to release of the confidential files of Nevada OSHA: "While we are convinced that Pepcon had no responsibility and will be determined to have no liability for the damages resulting from the massive gas leak, gas fire and gas explosion, we have a duty to protect our liabihty insurance coverage for the benefit of the pubUc whom it is intended to protect. "We have been advised by the attorneys engaged by our liabilty insurance carrier that they will not approve release of the file. To rgleaggjhffle confidential files without suclTapproval would put our con^ tinned liability insurance at risk, which is not acceptable to us, and should not be acceptble to the pubUc." — Rooker also emphasized the preliminary character of the investigation results to date, and stated that further information would be provided as it becomes available. WORKINChWITH YOUR LOCAL NEWSPAPER 'Henderson Home News, Boulder City News. Green Valley News AKIHG NEWS Chances are, if you follow deadlines, concentrate on accuracy and maintain a good relation_ship with your editor, your organization will _rnake the news and your information will make It out to the community. This guide was developed by the National Newspaper Association, representatives of more than 5,000 community newspapers, to assist newspaper publishers in their effort to better serve their communities. veryone likes to read about his special Interest, group or team in the community newspaper. You may be planning a t>enefit or other social event that needs the support of your local newspaper. Perhaps you would like to express .your views or respond to the views of others. This guide will give you Ihe basics of dealing with your local editor, so that yoU can "get your story out" in the fastest, simplest way It is a guide that will answer your basic questions about how news makes it to print, how to con: tact your newspaper and how to pcesent your story. We offer this guide in the interest of working together to keep the community informed. benefits that need public support, and member participation in local, national or world events are all of interest to your community newspaper editor. -^ ACKAGING \ 5£^ 'fUBLIi UBUCITY BASICS Only one person from your organization shouW be In touch with the newspaper. It is often said there are three rules of journalism: accuracy, accuracy, and accuracy. Write everything down, check the spelling of names and never trust your memory Get your story to the newspaper as soon as possible Know the newspaper's deadlines Whenever possible let the newspaper know about an event before it takes place Use creativity if you have an idea for a feature story, suggest it. Newspaper editors appreciate fresh ideas Never try to obtain publicity by pressure of friendship or business connections. -^ Your newspaper sees a constant barrage of paper You're already one step ahead It your news release or story is obviously local. However, remember that the typical editor must make quick decisions regarding newsworthiness As a newspaper reader you know that your reading decisions are based first on the headline, and (hen on the first paragraph of the news item Give the most important information first. Be sure to give the "who. what, when, where and how" of the story right away Background jnaterial should come last Include the name of the contact, the group, and a phone number at the top of the page for quick reference. When submitting a story to your local newspaper, type it double-spaced on one side of SViby-ll-inch paper Start about one-third of the way down the paper on the first page and leave ample margins. Number your pages. When you're done, type this symt)ol: # # # A DUNES Pre-planned events should always reach the editor's desk well before fhelast-minute rush. Learn your newspaper's deadlines, and keep as far ahead of them as possible It is always best to stop by or call the newspaper office after the last issue has been published, rather than just before the presses roll. Remember that there will be times when an editor or reporter is simply too close to deadline to talk to you. /HEi HE OPINION PAGE When you write letters to the editor, a\\Nays Include you( name, address, affiliation (if any), and phone number. As a matter of accountability and to protect the newspaper from irresponsible letter writers, newspapers rarely publish a letter without this information. If you have an opinion, remember that the opinion or editorial page is considered the property of the public; it's your page, so feel free to use it. Editors appreciate receiving your views for this page. W/fl/r/A lyHAn HATS NEWS? Editors choose their news according to the Importance of anyent to their communities. A firft a crime or an acckJent is important— but 80 is the award your club gave last week. Club elections, new projects, unusual actions, aoclal events^ milestones, athletic events. RITING Use your simplest English. Never use fancy wording or terms that only a member of your club would understand. Watch the newspaper to learn its style Most important, be honest, impartial, accurate and brief. Never use a quote unless it is direct and accurate and always Identify your sources. Rememt>er that there can be different writing styles for different parts of the newspaper. Use "I" only in letters to the editor or opinion columns. Give nr>ore description in feature storlea Keep your newswriting to the point, with the nDost interesting and Important informatkxi first "TIO} ICTURES Editors are always seeking good picture opportunities. If you think your story merits a photo, talk to the editor about it If a newspaper photographer cannot make it to your event, take one yourself and include it with your story or release. Always try for actfCh, rather than posed, pictures. If little Jane Doe, for example, has been presented an award for volunteering at the kxal hospital, a picture of Jane at work is much better than one of the mayor presenting her with an award. Write the cutline or description, of tfie photo on a separate piece of paper rather than the back of the photo, and list names left to right. hr — it. ^vr-up from fMgt 1 Mendewn Heeit Ntwi, MtMewi Wevadi Fijt H readied to deny or oonfliin the •llegntionf. Wybuni alio liatad two lepante occatioM whn Halker put eitra crewi to work to prepare for the OSHA inspections. '^ notea reflect that on February 13,1984.1 had been Aiade aware that OSHA would tUB arrivinff on Friday, February il. My knowledge would have come from Halker. Hut week. Halker put on extra work crews in maintenance to get the plant deaned up and ready for OSHA inspectors." the affidavit states. Weybum pointed to dried ammonium perchlorate on forklif ts as an example of what things had to be cleaned. Notwithstanding the cleaning, she said OSHA still found violations. "I typed the company's reSMMiaa to UMM violatioaa, ineludinff sUtamanta that the violatkioa hMl basa flxMl. when in fact they did not," Waybum said. Sha aaid company offldals would also tall the Union Safety Committee and the Clark County Pollution Control Board that violationa had been remedied when solutions had only been ordered, and not implemented. When plant aafety director Larry Cummings attempted to initiate a safety program. Weybum aaid Halker said Pepcon could not afford the program. 1 typed a couple of hundred pages of safety and evacuation procedurea into the computer as part of a safety manual to be used in caae of emergency," the affidavit states. Twenty oopisa (rf these pages wan made into booklata Halksr threw tham all into tha garbage, and said Pepoon did not have tha money to implamaot such prooeduraa. Weybum waa alao a aaeretary for Dr. Raymond Rheaa, the plant's vice president of reasarch and development. Rheaa aaid Weybum left the plant "under a tarnil lay-off." Coun^ fire department rooorda show that the alleged 19M nna ware never reported. The April 1986 fire, according to the reoorda. wai replied but no iqjurisa were mentioned. Weybum said her ordera came down through the chain of command. 1 hate to berate the dead, but theae orders came from Bruce HsUur." Weybum said. *!& ordera came from Fred Gibaon." Oibaon ia the chairman and chief executive offioar of Papooa. Baftm lalaaaiBg tU contants of tha mtire diary. Waybura chodud with the United Steel* workers of America'a Lonl 4866 u to the importance of the information. Sabbath and Chriatenaen, a Las Vegas law firm for the Steelworkers. helped Weybum draft the affidavit. Kurt Anderaon, a lawyer for the firm, aaid the information could be uaed to help tha Steelworkers' investigation, but woukl not say in what manner. The affidavit had not been filed as of Tuesday morning. Jim Thompeon. preaident of the Steelworker'a Uxal, said he did not have enough information to comment on the diary, The Steelworkers will hold an informational meeting Wednaaday at 10 a.m. at tha Hendanon Coavwtiaa CMIIV, but offidala would not say if thay wmU rshaaathaoontanta of the diary at that meeting. Since the affidavit daak ai. cluaivaly with what Sabbath and Christensen attorneys fdt pertained to tha thor client, not all of tha information from the diary hw bean releaaad. In the intarriew last Thursday, Weybum alao aaid tlut samplea of ammontun perdihuv ate were routinely changed to meet the standards of Morton Thiokol, aaa of Pepoon's maior clients. Weybum aaid ahe worked on the reports of the samples, and if a sample did not measure up. she would not be allowed to do that report. "When aamplea came in from the lab and didn't meet (Morton TUohai^ ipseifieatloii^:: thajr wouldn't latmadotlwei/^: Waybura aaid. 'They would taka san|riai' untU thay mat tha staadaidB.^ "Or Braoe (HaUMr) n^M ittfi^ the numbaffs around ua-; til they wairl|^"aheaddM.i But Rocky Raab, who work*' in public relations st Mortaa.: ThiokoFs Ogden. Utah, plant.t said tha company taata evaryf: lot of ammonium perchlorate it raoeivee. That prooeas, he said. Woukl make it difficult for any Bnb< standard chemical to be fay his company. Although no one else ^.„_. comment on the affidavit p^licly by preea time Mmdqr j'^ Weybimi said she woukl notbf*; able to live with herself if did:: dkl not rdaaae the informataon; Legal notices LEGAL NOTICE LaoALwo ncr U Ml* kr OMMta AdM, 1108 N. C o M MWM, North LM ^•Stw.Nevaaa SiU* wiU b* held Satvday. May 14. •( 10 • 1S7B VW Sedan. YIN J7M108S. fUgiatand awMr, Marioa D. ColUna. 2015 W. 129tti St.. Gardcna. CA. Lagal owaar: Aato Credit Centar, Inc. 10S14 HawthorM Blvd.. ginrood. CA. re nmtm the rifht to bid. I-April 30. May 8.10,1068 LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICB IS HBRBBY GIVEN that the roUowiag vehicle will IM aoM at fmbUc auctioa to aatlafy HM for itoraft oaly. lOOOTraillMWla (Flatbedl Uc. IVR7178€A. Via. 12 11602. Res-ZUsal Owner: Uahnown. SALE WILL BE held on MoMiay, May 23. 1088 at Jaeh Morria and SOB Tawing, 4800 8. Procyon. Advertlaar reaarvaa the right tobM. HMay 8, 10. 17. lOM DISTRICT COURT r CLARK COUNTY. NEVADA HIRENNAN'S LTD.. A Nevada) i: piaintirr. i •JV. I XARL08 LOTTER. aha C.J. I .LOTTER. ) Defewlaat \ Caae no. AD84800 Dept. no. VH NOTICE TO LIEN CLAIMANTS TO FILE AND SERVICE -STATEMENTS OF FACTS OONSnTUTING THEIR LIENS '^m ALL PERSONS HOLDING MECHANICS LIEN UPON '^HE PROPERTY LEOAIXY DESCRIBED BBLOW. IN LAS VEGAS. NEV. All paraoM dalraing a DMiiMaie'a Sea in the followiag daacribed property, to wit: Lot Seventy-three (73) In Block One (II of Otawt Inn Cowtry Club Eatataa aa ahown by map thereof on file in Book 7 of PlaU. Page S8. in the Of flee of the Couty Recorder of Clark County, Nevada. Property commonly known aa 73 Coantry Club Lane. Laa — 'Vegae. Nevada. : Under and by virtue of N.R.S. 108.238. yon are hereby notified to rilr with the Clerk of the abov*ntitlad Court, and nerve :jipoo the Plaintiff, at the ofHoe of JAMES J. BROWN. E$ -QUIRE. 830 E. Charleeton Blvd.. Laa Vagaa, Nevada. 80104 • -and alao on the Defandant above-namad, a written itatemen of farta conatitating their liena. togeti^ with the datea and <>^amount thereof. Said itatement mnat be filed within ten 110) Mdayi of the laat publication of thia Notice. r DATED thia 27th day of April 1868. /a/ JAMES J. BROWN. ESQUIRE Attorney for PlainUff 830 E. Charleston Blvd. Laa Vagaa, Nevada 89104 .' H-May 10. 17. 24. 1088. ^ fr INVITATION TO BID : HENDERSON, NEVADA NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the City of Henderaon, State of Nevada, will receive aealad Uda from qnaUfiad anp* pUeri for the •nppliea or aarvicaa Indicated behnr, at tha Office of the City Clark. 243 Water Stroat, HeMieraen. Nevada 80015, until the hour of 2:30 P.M.. May 24.1988. Said hMa wiU ba opan. ad and pubUeiy read at 2:30 P.M. in tha Co^wnioa Roon at the above addrea a on tha aame day for BURKHOLDER BASEBALL FIELD FENCE a BACKSTOP Codtraet No. 87-88*16 FUNDING: Thii projaet la fnndad with Land and Waer Conawvation Fnnda raeaived from the State of Nevada, OMaion of Parka. -LOCATION: Adjacent to Burkholder Junior High School-Van "' Wagenen Street and Frankfivi Way. ^'DESCRIPTION: ~ Supply and eanatruct chain link face with aanmUmowing itiip and two chain link dngMrta arMBd bMaball flald ^; pina anppiy and eonatraet ona hnrkatep •^ whtch mnat conform by maana and apadfleatiana wfalck ara r.t ba obtained at tha Office of tha Diraalar of PnbSe Worha, •'the aty of HMdaraan, Nevada, 2IS Lead Stooat, 'Iiniiwaiin. •'Nevada. Bid forma and ooatraet dammanta my be for the prtee of TWENTY ((90.001 DOLLARS, Wrril NO RB' FUND. H mdlad, aa additioMi 8(MWaat wU ba dwgad fa* poatiWa and kaadHag. Copiaa of Plane and SpadneatlaM ara 'avaOaUa for iaapaeOoa at tha PnhHe Werfca Ptpf imt. Ir BM PNpoaala maat ba aahadttwi aa the fam ptavidad by t&a aty of Handwnon and a m m p a af id by a eartUUd dtacfc, bid bond or enahiw'a chock in the amaaat of fiva paroaat (6%) of tha total amoant of the bid, made payable to the Chy of Haadarwm. nwaaeeaaafalUdftewUlbaraqalradtofaraiahatUoawB ... nuf mmt a Matariab aad Labor Bead ia tha a m a a at af aot laaa thaa oaa-haadrod paroaat (100%) of tha ooatraalMl priaa. A .. FaHhfalPvfarmaaeaBaadiatheaMaBtafaat : hnMlrad pweant a0S%M the ooatraet prtaa mi a .:Ja>dlnthaamunBiafaatlaaiUwnBihaaifcadpHuaa<(m%> .tjrf tka eaatiiaet priea. Gaaraaty ahall ba far aM (1) rtha data of fiMplatina Z CwNatatataaf Nevada Wags Schadalaa win be r Tka Otyraaarvaa the right to rejw^aayar all bMi,ar waive :ay WonaalMaa aad/iar iiretahvMaa ia tha hUd^ na bwnit LEGAL NOTICE r>iiSiailvaaadfsapaarihlsMddwwlllbeJa4gadaa I aad UM beat iatataat of tha pablic^-aaah af each factava rA pMMd eaafaranea will be held ia tha Catfaraaei Roani hi ~ tka Chy HaU Aaaes. 228 Lead Stroat, Haadaraoa, Nevada, at S^IM P M May 10,198S rATTDrnONUCALLBDTOTHBFACTTIUTNOTLBM rTHAN THB MINIMUM SALABin AND WAOU iET rVOBTH IN THB OONTVACT DOCUMBNT8 MUBT BK r'AID ON THU PBOnCT, AND THAT THB OONTBAC-TOB MUST INSURE THAT BMPLOYBM AND AF> r^LICANTB FOR BMPLOYMINT ABE NOT Olt=<^BIMIIf ATSD AGAINST BECAUSE OF THBIB RACE "iifCREBD. COLOR, RBUOION. SEX. OR NAHONAL :r ^PVAO* We rsasrv a tha right to bid. H-May 3,1ft 17,1988 LEGAL NOTICB 1978 OhIamoUle to be aold to Ugheat hiddar whan title is obtafaMd by moehaalc'a Hen. Serial No. 8R47F8M427511. Lfeeaae No. S90BXB. Nevada plates. Raglatered owaor Caroy aad Moaa Chaadlar, 9 Farley Chrda. Laa Vagaa. Nevada 99110. Lsgal Owaar: Avon Fiaaadal Ssrviesa, P.O. Ben 42215, Laa Vsgaa, Nevada 89101 Notiee ia hereby givaa that I, Walker Towiag, 581 Narth Parkaoa Rd., Haaderaaa, Nevada 89015 will adl above • MMuOMs pffopirty M Tawv day. May 19,1988 AT 10 am at 881 North Parkaaa Road, Haadaraaa, Nev. 89016. We roasrve the right to bid. H-M, epoaoe may ka fikd aa tkM. leaaad at dbaetiaa of: EDWABO WEINSTEIN, CHARTERED Attaraay for Pldatiff 2908 Laa Vegw Blvd., Saatk Laa VagW. NV 89104 LORrrrA BOWMAN, CLERK OF COURT Br Jaaaasha Gdffltk DBPUTY CLERK Ssdd H£. 1788914898, Liesaee Na. JDMdSa, Waakfagtoa platoa. Rogiotorad owaor Alvar Batrada Raia. 815 WsMnMVW Bt* Wtt oMV# WaoBay, Wa 88H4 aad VUhl Odvafc 1189 Wiekaa Rad #14, 68 A Wast German puula > buff became so frustrated > by a particularly difficult crosaword that she woke her husband three times for assistance. The fourth time sha wolie har hudtMnd he strangled her to death. He was acquitted on tha grounda of temporary insanity. 0 0 Notiee k hersky givsa tkat L WaBMT TMd^ 881 Mvtk Parkaoa, Haadaraaa, Nevada 86815 wiO adl akavo mmtloaed property aa naradn, jBaeZl(86Atl0ama(81 North Psrhasa Read, Header aaa. Nov. 86015. We I lean I UM rifkt to bid. H-May 17, 2i 31. 1(88 PUBLIC NOTICE A PnbHe haari^ wiU be held at tha Haadsraoa Diotriet Pnhlie Uhrary. 56 Water StVMif HfMNnMIt NWMH tti May 19.1988 at 740 aua. to caadder the bndget for the Haadaraaa Diatrict PahUe Uhrary for the fioed year Tka Ftaal badgat haa kasa praparadk aack dataa aad aa by tka Nevada State Dapartmeat of Tatattoa. Capka af tka datalkd Ffaml are ea flk witk aad sps a.FHawitktkaCMia#tkk Coart, wkeae addfMB k slwwa a ftrmd writtaa rototkeCeavkiatfaiae' eardaaea witk tka raka af tka Caart a. Sarve a eapy af year tka attaraay k 2.UI def aah wM ka aatsrad aftkaplikilffaad Coart may aatar a Jadr yaafWtkanld la tka Cii^ldal, laaaltlatketak9L ttm kslBariaa d iktiilsa sf EDWARD WEINSTEIN, Attamv far PUatiff 9368 L Vagaa Bhd. S. Laa Vagaa, NV 98184 LOicnA BOWMAN, CLBBX OF COUBT BrMARGOCBOOU OEFUTY CLBBX Oasai April 96,18(9 Caaaty Caavtkaaaa 190 Saidh TMH Sfiat Laa Viaaa, Nevada NIU H-Mayl9kl7,K9LJH7, hi tka toaasktka hitMa at Bwidia rf; EOWABD WEINSTEIN, Attaraay far PIdadrr 9896 Laa VsgM BM. 8. Laa VsMa. NV 88184 LOBRTA BOWMAN, CLIBX OF COUBT Br MICIIXLB FROMM DEPUTY CUBE Ontai Uv M 18(8 C sna ti C smt k aaai 9(8 Saaift ThM Stoaat Laa Vsfask Nevada (HSS HMay 17, K 9L Jaas 7,14, LEGAL NOnCE -^ 1976 Ckovfakt to he aaU to Msrwkaititkkakh y i iS sa k aHsa. Ssrid Na. lX8H)6LUn4(^ U 0IB0W IwV> RvBB| M^ lathasfflesaftke Md tka Nevada State afTMdiaa.Csraas Okp. Nevada. LCtofc Pee, 989 Vaa Wagaaea, Nev. 99185. WaSMr Tew%. SSI Nartk Parkaea Bd., Haaderaaa, Neva* 99816 wfl aeB dtoe miailiai i aiipw ij aa Tkara!d^y. Mar 18,1868 AT 10 am ,at 881 Nartk ~ We laaarva Ike dlkt to I H-May aid. 1^1986 URIALNOT(CB HnfMtokaas MdimwkaalMak kyiiiili rir 'ais a. NF98TB()89999lU Na. Neaa. No datea. waar lA*ad Viatidaaaa, 919 Heatksr, Nav. 98818. Nadaa k hiNkr sHaa tiMt L Wdhar TWIi. 981 Nartk Parkaaa B4., H( KMa^ U, 17,19 LEGAL NOTICE lS74f>iiatokaaaMtoh%hid by maikmde'a Hsa. Ssaid Na^ 4Ha9R189496, U emmaMa. 8MR488. AriaaM pklaa. R^atamd oMarO^ Aa 88819 aasr Aaaaa. Qrac. Bmp. CU, 9611N. Bkek Caayaai, Phaaate, As 8(818. Netiea k karsky givaa tkat L Wdkm Tewkv, 881 Nartk Hi Jaaa 11816 At 18 am at (81 wm^ asa^ Nav. 88818L We raaaree tka iWhl to Ud. H-May 17.96. STtm LBOALNOTICB Datai Apafl 98,1988 Caaaty Coattkaaaa 986 Saatk TkM Skaat Laa ViM. Navate Omi HMay 18,17, K 9L JMO 7. M iai( | iiii Hj aa'nw ^^JllZ ,Mi9lS,M8AT18aB^^T^ • 1 Noitk Faakaaa Bead, ?;!? at9811(oHk Wa laaarva tke ripkt to Wd. Z7ZL. M-May 8,18u I7ri988 gjiy LEGAL IVOnCE 1989 Tayata to ka aaM to^ hi gfc sd M d d si' a k sa dds fcalktetoadh y i ia isl r 'aSaa SmWNaL /r4BNB((Ma8BU98R Lkwa Na. M4BY F, Nevada ptotea. Liada Balaam^ 969 Msyma. Hsadsraaa, Nav. 88815. Lagd Owasr Tayeto Matsr Cradk Carp., 4181 8Esataa 116, Laa Vifaa, NV 881861 Nadea k hershy i^vna tkat L Wdker Tewh, (81 Narik Parkaoa Rd., Hs a dar a aa. Nevada (6015 wSi adl dhave maatkaed presMP7 aa Tkar day, May 19. MS AT 18 M at 881 Nertk Pafeaaa Bead, Hsadsraaa, Nav. 8881& We rsasrve tka rigkt to Wd. H-May 8.1U 17.1986 DISTBICT COURT CLARK COUNTY, NEVADA FUjaii Ap ril 19,4d| 8 PM'98 ^ CLBBK WILLIE WILUAMB, JR.. TERIBA B. GUIMAN WnXIAMB,-' I I Caaa Na. D1888B8 DMiisax: DadM Na. K' STATE or NEVADA) COUNTY OP CLARK) AFFIDAVIT FOOtflBBVKarr BYPtnUCATKfff ANNULMENT WILLIE WnUAMB. JR. tklkaWiilaillfki^a ikai New. (8811k, therigkttoUd. 17, H 91,1(88 JMtm!iL'mi^mJ!& mm kaaw ^k ma Mm Ba6JJ OsSndaat map ka kani eiiti thatsfBaaSkaaanliii \i\t^\L d tka DilniiiH faaHfck: tka Stato al Wwsia •: AlBat lfcmi ( mi m i tke Caat to alga JB OMi< j to asraai Im p^hBaailaik • •* /amriLUKWILIUjMk IK: SUBBOnHDAND SWOSOf •• ka(m aa Hk IB. day si AfA 1988, NOtABTFUmJC (BBAu j: H-Apdll8.M^I(iVlLl8in^ •T!;^?';.1'I** jfTSVHW'si 'i (aflt'i^t*:" If ^'' ._i;.'-'--P'-'"^

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r / • • Paga 10 Henderson Homa Haws. Henderaon. Nevada TucMlay. May 17, 1M8 American Pacific Corporation releases company's preliminary investigation on Pacific Engineering fire I'VE! GOT IT-Nicki Workman nabs the food on a string at a recent fun time at Burkholder Junior High School. / Editor's note: The following is s press release from American Pacific Corporation stating the company's preliminary position as to the causes of a May 4 JHre that destroyed Pacific Engineering. Southwest Gas denied AmPac's allegations and said gas mains in the area ruptured as a result of explosions, not as a cause of them. American Pacific Corporation (NASDAQ-NMSAPPC; PSE-APF) announced May 12, preliminary results of the early-stage investigation of the explosive destruction of the ammonium perchlorate plant operated by its wholly-owned subsidiary Pacific Engineering and Production Co. of Nevada (Pepcon) in Henderson on May 4. Chairman and chief executive officer of American Pacific Fred D. Gibson, Jr., reported "We have confirmed that for at least one-half hour prior to the initial fire in the Pepcon plant the large 4uO plus (pressure per square inch) psi high pressure gas line passing through the plant suffered a catastrophic leak that reduced the pressure in the line very substantially. 'This gas line was, of course, installed, owned and operated by firms unrelated to American Pacific or Pacific Engineering, llie massive gas leak is beheved to have satiu-ated the earth below the paved surfaces of the Pepcon plant and to have ignited at the point of origin as a result of circumstances unrelated to Pepcon operations. All of the subsequent destructive events were ukused by the gas leak, the gas fire and the gas explosion." Gibson further advised that "it is too early ,ta assessing responsibiUty for the occnrrence.'*'"' Exclusive Clark County Fire Department control of the site has not allowed on-site investigation to datfe. Extensive analysis will be required to determine whether the pre-ignition leak in the gas line was attributable to faulty manufacture of the pipe, to faulty installation, to a^g, to improper mauitenance, or to other causes. "We intend to pursue these uivestiganons vigorously to their conclusion." Gibson finally noted that prior pubUc statements issued by Southwest Gas to the effect that explosions of ammonium perchlorate preceded and caused the gas leak and subsequent massive gas explosion were mistaken, and are completely inconsistent with the dramatic reduction in pressure in the gas line, that has been established, and that is understood to have been confumed by Southwest Oas to officials of Kerr-McGee Chemical Corporation upon inquiry. In relation to other matters, vice president and general counsel of American Pacific C. Kath Rooker, noted the erroneous media reports that "the Gibson Brothers" were the owners of Pacific Engineering. Rooker stated, Tepcon is a wholly-owned subsidiary of American Pacific, which is pubUcly and widely held. Fred D. Gibson, Jr. is the owner of less than IS.percent and James I. Gibson is the owner of less than five percent of the stock of the corporation. "This information is, of course, readily available from the public reports of the corporation." Rooker also restated Pepcon's position in relation to release of the confidential files of Nevada OSHA: "While we are convinced that Pepcon had no responsibility and will be determined to have no liability for the damages resulting from the massive gas leak, gas fire and gas explosion, we have a duty to protect our liabihty insurance coverage for the benefit of the pubUc whom it is intended to protect. "We have been advised by the attorneys engaged by our liabilty insurance carrier that they will not approve release of the file. To rgleaggjhffle confidential files without suclTapproval would put our con^ tinned liability insurance at risk, which is not acceptable to us, and should not be acceptble to the pubUc." — Rooker also emphasized the preliminary character of the investigation results to date, and stated that further information would be provided as it becomes available. WORKINChWITH YOUR LOCAL NEWSPAPER 'Henderson Home News, Boulder City News. Green Valley News AKIHG NEWS Chances are, if you follow deadlines, concentrate on accuracy and maintain a good relation_ship with your editor, your organization will _rnake the news and your information will make It out to the community. This guide was developed by the National Newspaper Association, representatives of more than 5,000 community newspapers, to assist newspaper publishers in their effort to better serve their communities. veryone likes to read about his special Interest, group or team in the community newspaper. You may be planning a t>enefit or other social event that needs the support of your local newspaper. Perhaps you would like to express .your views or respond to the views of others. This guide will give you Ihe basics of dealing with your local editor, so that yoU can "get your story out" in the fastest, simplest way It is a guide that will answer your basic questions about how news makes it to print, how to con: tact your newspaper and how to pcesent your story. We offer this guide in the interest of working together to keep the community informed. benefits that need public support, and member participation in local, national or world events are all of interest to your community newspaper editor. -^ ACKAGING \ 5£^ 'fUBLIi UBUCITY BASICS Only one person from your organization shouW be In touch with the newspaper. It is often said there are three rules of journalism: accuracy, accuracy, and accuracy. Write everything down, check the spelling of names and never trust your memory Get your story to the newspaper as soon as possible Know the newspaper's deadlines Whenever possible let the newspaper know about an event before it takes place Use creativity if you have an idea for a feature story, suggest it. Newspaper editors appreciate fresh ideas Never try to obtain publicity by pressure of friendship or business connections. -^ Your newspaper sees a constant barrage of paper You're already one step ahead It your news release or story is obviously local. However, remember that the typical editor must make quick decisions regarding newsworthiness As a newspaper reader you know that your reading decisions are based first on the headline, and (hen on the first paragraph of the news item Give the most important information first. Be sure to give the "who. what, when, where and how" of the story right away Background jnaterial should come last Include the name of the contact, the group, and a phone number at the top of the page for quick reference. When submitting a story to your local newspaper, type it double-spaced on one side of SViby-ll-inch paper Start about one-third of the way down the paper on the first page and leave ample margins. Number your pages. When you're done, type this symt)ol: # # # A DUNES Pre-planned events should always reach the editor's desk well before fhelast-minute rush. Learn your newspaper's deadlines, and keep as far ahead of them as possible It is always best to stop by or call the newspaper office after the last issue has been published, rather than just before the presses roll. Remember that there will be times when an editor or reporter is simply too close to deadline to talk to you. /HEi HE OPINION PAGE When you write letters to the editor, a\\Nays Include you( name, address, affiliation (if any), and phone number. As a matter of accountability and to protect the newspaper from irresponsible letter writers, newspapers rarely publish a letter without this information. If you have an opinion, remember that the opinion or editorial page is considered the property of the public; it's your page, so feel free to use it. Editors appreciate receiving your views for this page. W/fl/r/A lyHAn HATS NEWS? Editors choose their news according to the Importance of anyent to their communities. A firft a crime or an acckJent is important— but 80 is the award your club gave last week. Club elections, new projects, unusual actions, aoclal events^ milestones, athletic events. RITING Use your simplest English. Never use fancy wording or terms that only a member of your club would understand. Watch the newspaper to learn its style Most important, be honest, impartial, accurate and brief. Never use a quote unless it is direct and accurate and always Identify your sources. Rememt>er that there can be different writing styles for different parts of the newspaper. Use "I" only in letters to the editor or opinion columns. Give nr>ore description in feature storlea Keep your newswriting to the point, with the nDost interesting and Important informatkxi first "TIO} ICTURES Editors are always seeking good picture opportunities. If you think your story merits a photo, talk to the editor about it If a newspaper photographer cannot make it to your event, take one yourself and include it with your story or release. Always try for actfCh, rather than posed, pictures. If little Jane Doe, for example, has been presented an award for volunteering at the kxal hospital, a picture of Jane at work is much better than one of the mayor presenting her with an award. Write the cutline or description, of tfie photo on a separate piece of paper rather than the back of the photo, and list names left to right. hr — it. ^vr-up from fMgt 1 Mendewn Heeit Ntwi, MtMewi Wevadi Fijt H readied to deny or oonfliin the •llegntionf. Wybuni alio liatad two lepante occatioM whn Halker put eitra crewi to work to prepare for the OSHA inspections. '^ notea reflect that on February 13,1984.1 had been Aiade aware that OSHA would tUB arrivinff on Friday, February il. My knowledge would have come from Halker. Hut week. Halker put on extra work crews in maintenance to get the plant deaned up and ready for OSHA inspectors." the affidavit states. Weybum pointed to dried ammonium perchlorate on forklif ts as an example of what things had to be cleaned. Notwithstanding the cleaning, she said OSHA still found violations. "I typed the company's reSMMiaa to UMM violatioaa, ineludinff sUtamanta that the violatkioa hMl basa flxMl. when in fact they did not," Waybum said. Sha aaid company offldals would also tall the Union Safety Committee and the Clark County Pollution Control Board that violationa had been remedied when solutions had only been ordered, and not implemented. When plant aafety director Larry Cummings attempted to initiate a safety program. Weybum aaid Halker said Pepcon could not afford the program. 1 typed a couple of hundred pages of safety and evacuation procedurea into the computer as part of a safety manual to be used in caae of emergency," the affidavit states. Twenty oopisa (rf these pages wan made into booklata Halksr threw tham all into tha garbage, and said Pepoon did not have tha money to implamaot such prooeduraa. Weybum waa alao a aaeretary for Dr. Raymond Rheaa, the plant's vice president of reasarch and development. Rheaa aaid Weybum left the plant "under a tarnil lay-off." Coun^ fire department rooorda show that the alleged 19M nna ware never reported. The April 1986 fire, according to the reoorda. wai replied but no iqjurisa were mentioned. Weybum said her ordera came down through the chain of command. 1 hate to berate the dead, but theae orders came from Bruce HsUur." Weybum said. *!& ordera came from Fred Gibaon." Oibaon ia the chairman and chief executive offioar of Papooa. Baftm lalaaaiBg tU contants of tha mtire diary. Waybura chodud with the United Steel* workers of America'a Lonl 4866 u to the importance of the information. Sabbath and Chriatenaen, a Las Vegas law firm for the Steelworkers. helped Weybum draft the affidavit. Kurt Anderaon, a lawyer for the firm, aaid the information could be uaed to help tha Steelworkers' investigation, but woukl not say in what manner. The affidavit had not been filed as of Tuesday morning. Jim Thompeon. preaident of the Steelworker'a Uxal, said he did not have enough information to comment on the diary, The Steelworkers will hold an informational meeting Wednaaday at 10 a.m. at tha Hendanon Coavwtiaa CMIIV, but offidala would not say if thay wmU rshaaathaoontanta of the diary at that meeting. Since the affidavit daak ai. cluaivaly with what Sabbath and Christensen attorneys fdt pertained to tha thor client, not all of tha information from the diary hw bean releaaad. In the intarriew last Thursday, Weybum alao aaid tlut samplea of ammontun perdihuv ate were routinely changed to meet the standards of Morton Thiokol, aaa of Pepoon's maior clients. Weybum aaid ahe worked on the reports of the samples, and if a sample did not measure up. she would not be allowed to do that report. "When aamplea came in from the lab and didn't meet (Morton TUohai^ ipseifieatloii^:: thajr wouldn't latmadotlwei/^: Waybura aaid. 'They would taka san|riai' untU thay mat tha staadaidB.^ "Or Braoe (HaUMr) n^M ittfi^ the numbaffs around ua-; til they wairl|^"aheaddM.i But Rocky Raab, who work*' in public relations st Mortaa.: ThiokoFs Ogden. Utah, plant.t said tha company taata evaryf: lot of ammonium perchlorate it raoeivee. That prooeas, he said. Woukl make it difficult for any Bnb< standard chemical to be fay his company. Although no one else ^.„_. comment on the affidavit p^licly by preea time Mmdqr j'^ Weybimi said she woukl notbf*; able to live with herself if did:: dkl not rdaaae the informataon; Legal notices LEGAL NOTICE LaoALwo ncr U Ml* kr OMMta AdM, 1108 N. C o M MWM, North LM ^•Stw.Nevaaa SiU* wiU b* held Satvday. May 14. •( 10 • 1S7B VW Sedan. YIN J7M108S. fUgiatand awMr, Marioa D. ColUna. 2015 W. 129tti St.. Gardcna. CA. Lagal owaar: Aato Credit Centar, Inc. 10S14 HawthorM Blvd.. ginrood. CA. re nmtm the rifht to bid. I-April 30. May 8.10,1068 LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICB IS HBRBBY GIVEN that the roUowiag vehicle will IM aoM at fmbUc auctioa to aatlafy HM for itoraft oaly. lOOOTraillMWla (Flatbedl Uc. IVR7178€A. Via. 12 11602. Res-ZUsal Owner: Uahnown. SALE WILL BE held on MoMiay, May 23. 1088 at Jaeh Morria and SOB Tawing, 4800 8. Procyon. Advertlaar reaarvaa the right tobM. HMay 8, 10. 17. lOM DISTRICT COURT r CLARK COUNTY. NEVADA HIRENNAN'S LTD.. A Nevada) i: piaintirr. i •JV. I XARL08 LOTTER. aha C.J. I .LOTTER. ) Defewlaat \ Caae no. AD84800 Dept. no. VH NOTICE TO LIEN CLAIMANTS TO FILE AND SERVICE -STATEMENTS OF FACTS OONSnTUTING THEIR LIENS '^m ALL PERSONS HOLDING MECHANICS LIEN UPON '^HE PROPERTY LEOAIXY DESCRIBED BBLOW. IN LAS VEGAS. NEV. All paraoM dalraing a DMiiMaie'a Sea in the followiag daacribed property, to wit: Lot Seventy-three (73) In Block One (II of Otawt Inn Cowtry Club Eatataa aa ahown by map thereof on file in Book 7 of PlaU. Page S8. in the Of flee of the Couty Recorder of Clark County, Nevada. Property commonly known aa 73 Coantry Club Lane. Laa — 'Vegae. Nevada. : Under and by virtue of N.R.S. 108.238. yon are hereby notified to rilr with the Clerk of the abov*ntitlad Court, and nerve :jipoo the Plaintiff, at the ofHoe of JAMES J. BROWN. E$ -QUIRE. 830 E. Charleeton Blvd.. Laa Vagaa, Nevada. 80104 • -and alao on the Defandant above-namad, a written itatemen of farta conatitating their liena. togeti^ with the datea and <>^amount thereof. Said itatement mnat be filed within ten 110) Mdayi of the laat publication of thia Notice. r DATED thia 27th day of April 1868. /a/ JAMES J. BROWN. ESQUIRE Attorney for PlainUff 830 E. Charleston Blvd. Laa Vagaa, Nevada 89104 .' H-May 10. 17. 24. 1088. ^ fr INVITATION TO BID : HENDERSON, NEVADA NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the City of Henderaon, State of Nevada, will receive aealad Uda from qnaUfiad anp* pUeri for the •nppliea or aarvicaa Indicated behnr, at tha Office of the City Clark. 243 Water Stroat, HeMieraen. Nevada 80015, until the hour of 2:30 P.M.. May 24.1988. Said hMa wiU ba opan. ad and pubUeiy read at 2:30 P.M. in tha Co^wnioa Roon at the above addrea a on tha aame day for BURKHOLDER BASEBALL FIELD FENCE a BACKSTOP Codtraet No. 87-88*16 FUNDING: Thii projaet la fnndad with Land and Waer Conawvation Fnnda raeaived from the State of Nevada, OMaion of Parka. -LOCATION: Adjacent to Burkholder Junior High School-Van "' Wagenen Street and Frankfivi Way. ^'DESCRIPTION: ~ Supply and eanatruct chain link face with aanmUmowing itiip and two chain link dngMrta arMBd bMaball flald ^; pina anppiy and eonatraet ona hnrkatep •^ whtch mnat conform by maana and apadfleatiana wfalck ara r.t ba obtained at tha Office of tha Diraalar of PnbSe Worha, •'the aty of HMdaraan, Nevada, 2IS Lead Stooat, 'Iiniiwaiin. •'Nevada. Bid forma and ooatraet dammanta my be for the prtee of TWENTY ((90.001 DOLLARS, Wrril NO RB' FUND. H mdlad, aa additioMi 8(MWaat wU ba dwgad fa* poatiWa and kaadHag. Copiaa of Plane and SpadneatlaM ara 'avaOaUa for iaapaeOoa at tha PnhHe Werfca Ptpf imt. Ir BM PNpoaala maat ba aahadttwi aa the fam ptavidad by t&a aty of Handwnon and a m m p a af id by a eartUUd dtacfc, bid bond or enahiw'a chock in the amaaat of fiva paroaat (6%) of tha total amoant of the bid, made payable to the Chy of Haadarwm. nwaaeeaaafalUdftewUlbaraqalradtofaraiahatUoawB ... nuf mmt a Matariab aad Labor Bead ia tha a m a a at af aot laaa thaa oaa-haadrod paroaat (100%) of tha ooatraalMl priaa. A .. FaHhfalPvfarmaaeaBaadiatheaMaBtafaat : hnMlrad pweant a0S%M the ooatraet prtaa mi a .:Ja>dlnthaamunBiafaatlaaiUwnBihaaifcadpHuaa<(m%> .tjrf tka eaatiiaet priea. Gaaraaty ahall ba far aM (1) rtha data of fiMplatina Z CwNatatataaf Nevada Wags Schadalaa win be r Tka Otyraaarvaa the right to rejw^aayar all bMi,ar waive :ay WonaalMaa aad/iar iiretahvMaa ia tha hUd^ na bwnit LEGAL NOTICE r>iiSiailvaaadfsapaarihlsMddwwlllbeJa4gadaa I aad UM beat iatataat of tha pablic^-aaah af each factava rA pMMd eaafaranea will be held ia tha Catfaraaei Roani hi ~ tka Chy HaU Aaaes. 228 Lead Stroat, Haadaraoa, Nevada, at S^IM P M May 10,198S rATTDrnONUCALLBDTOTHBFACTTIUTNOTLBM rTHAN THB MINIMUM SALABin AND WAOU iET rVOBTH IN THB OONTVACT DOCUMBNT8 MUBT BK r'AID ON THU PBOnCT, AND THAT THB OONTBAC-TOB MUST INSURE THAT BMPLOYBM AND AF> r^LICANTB FOR BMPLOYMINT ABE NOT Olt=<^BIMIIf ATSD AGAINST BECAUSE OF THBIB RACE "iifCREBD. COLOR, RBUOION. SEX. OR NAHONAL :r ^PVAO* We rsasrv a tha right to bid. H-May 3,1ft 17,1988 LEGAL NOTICB 1978 OhIamoUle to be aold to Ugheat hiddar whan title is obtafaMd by moehaalc'a Hen. Serial No. 8R47F8M427511. Lfeeaae No. S90BXB. Nevada plates. Raglatered owaor Caroy aad Moaa Chaadlar, 9 Farley Chrda. Laa Vagaa. Nevada 99110. Lsgal Owaar: Avon Fiaaadal Ssrviesa, P.O. Ben 42215, Laa Vsgaa, Nevada 89101 Notiee ia hereby givaa that I, Walker Towiag, 581 Narth Parkaoa Rd., Haaderaaa, Nevada 89015 will adl above • MMuOMs pffopirty M Tawv day. May 19,1988 AT 10 am at 881 North Parkaaa Road, Haadaraaa, Nev. 89016. We roasrve the right to bid. H-M, epoaoe may ka fikd aa tkM. leaaad at dbaetiaa of: EDWABO WEINSTEIN, CHARTERED Attaraay for Pldatiff 2908 Laa Vegw Blvd., Saatk Laa VagW. NV 89104 LORrrrA BOWMAN, CLERK OF COURT Br Jaaaasha Gdffltk DBPUTY CLERK Ssdd H£. 1788914898, Liesaee Na. JDMdSa, Waakfagtoa platoa. Rogiotorad owaor Alvar Batrada Raia. 815 WsMnMVW Bt* Wtt oMV# WaoBay, Wa 88H4 aad VUhl Odvafc 1189 Wiekaa Rad #14, 68 A Wast German puula > buff became so frustrated > by a particularly difficult crosaword that she woke her husband three times for assistance. The fourth time sha wolie har hudtMnd he strangled her to death. He was acquitted on tha grounda of temporary insanity. 0 0 Notiee k hersky givsa tkat L WaBMT TMd^ 881 Mvtk Parkaoa, Haadaraaa, Nevada 86815 wiO adl akavo mmtloaed property aa naradn, jBaeZl(86Atl0ama(81 North Psrhasa Read, Header aaa. Nov. 86015. We I lean I UM rifkt to bid. H-May 17, 2i 31. 1(88 PUBLIC NOTICE A PnbHe haari^ wiU be held at tha Haadsraoa Diotriet Pnhlie Uhrary. 56 Water StVMif HfMNnMIt NWMH tti May 19.1988 at 740 aua. to caadder the bndget for the Haadaraaa Diatrict PahUe Uhrary for the fioed year Tka Ftaal badgat haa kasa praparadk aack dataa aad aa by tka Nevada State Dapartmeat of Tatattoa. Capka af tka datalkd Ffaml are ea flk witk aad sps a.FHawitktkaCMia#tkk Coart, wkeae addfMB k slwwa a ftrmd writtaa rototkeCeavkiatfaiae' eardaaea witk tka raka af tka Caart a. Sarve a eapy af year tka attaraay k 2.UI def aah wM ka aatsrad aftkaplikilffaad Coart may aatar a Jadr yaafWtkanld la tka Cii^ldal, laaaltlatketak9L ttm kslBariaa d iktiilsa sf EDWARD WEINSTEIN, Attamv far PUatiff 9368 L Vagaa Bhd. S. Laa Vagaa, NV 98184 LOicnA BOWMAN, CLBBX OF COUBT BrMARGOCBOOU OEFUTY CLBBX Oasai April 96,18(9 Caaaty Caavtkaaaa 190 Saidh TMH Sfiat Laa Viaaa, Nevada NIU H-Mayl9kl7,K9LJH7, hi tka toaasktka hitMa at Bwidia rf; EOWABD WEINSTEIN, Attaraay far PIdadrr 9896 Laa VsgM BM. 8. Laa VsMa. NV 88184 LOBRTA BOWMAN, CLIBX OF COUBT Br MICIIXLB FROMM DEPUTY CUBE Ontai Uv M 18(8 C sna ti C smt k aaai 9(8 Saaift ThM Stoaat Laa Vsfask Nevada (HSS HMay 17, K 9L Jaas 7,14, LEGAL NOnCE -^ 1976 Ckovfakt to he aaU to Msrwkaititkkakh y i iS sa k aHsa. Ssrid Na. lX8H)6LUn4(^ U 0IB0W IwV> RvBB| M^ lathasfflesaftke Md tka Nevada State afTMdiaa.Csraas Okp. Nevada. LCtofc Pee, 989 Vaa Wagaaea, Nev. 99185. WaSMr Tew%. SSI Nartk Parkaea Bd., Haaderaaa, Neva* 99816 wfl aeB dtoe miailiai i aiipw ij aa Tkara!d^y. Mar 18,1868 AT 10 am ,at 881 Nartk ~ We laaarva Ike dlkt to I H-May aid. 1^1986 URIALNOT(CB HnfMtokaas MdimwkaalMak kyiiiili rir 'ais a. NF98TB()89999lU Na. Neaa. No datea. waar lA*ad Viatidaaaa, 919 Heatksr, Nav. 98818. Nadaa k hiNkr sHaa tiMt L Wdhar TWIi. 981 Nartk Parkaaa B4., H( KMa^ U, 17,19 LEGAL NOTICE lS74f>iiatokaaaMtoh%hid by maikmde'a Hsa. Ssaid Na^ 4Ha9R189496, U emmaMa. 8MR488. AriaaM pklaa. R^atamd oMarO^ Aa 88819 aasr Aaaaa. Qrac. Bmp. CU, 9611N. Bkek Caayaai, Phaaate, As 8(818. Netiea k karsky givaa tkat L Wdkm Tewkv, 881 Nartk Hi Jaaa 11816 At 18 am at (81 wm^ asa^ Nav. 88818L We raaaree tka iWhl to Ud. H-May 17.96. STtm LBOALNOTICB Datai Apafl 98,1988 Caaaty Coattkaaaa 986 Saatk TkM Skaat Laa ViM. Navate Omi HMay 18,17, K 9L JMO 7. M iai( | iiii Hj aa'nw ^^JllZ ,Mi9lS,M8AT18aB^^T^ • 1 Noitk Faakaaa Bead, ?;!? at9811(oHk Wa laaarva tke ripkt to Wd. Z7ZL. M-May 8,18u I7ri988 gjiy LEGAL IVOnCE 1989 Tayata to ka aaM to^ hi gfc sd M d d si' a k sa dds fcalktetoadh y i ia isl r 'aSaa SmWNaL /r4BNB((Ma8BU98R Lkwa Na. M4BY F, Nevada ptotea. Liada Balaam^ 969 Msyma. Hsadsraaa, Nav. 88815. Lagd Owasr Tayeto Matsr Cradk Carp., 4181 8Esataa 116, Laa Vifaa, NV 881861 Nadea k hershy i^vna tkat L Wdker Tewh, (81 Narik Parkaoa Rd., Hs a dar a aa. Nevada (6015 wSi adl dhave maatkaed presMP7 aa Tkar day, May 19. MS AT 18 M at 881 Nertk Pafeaaa Bead, Hsadsraaa, Nav. 8881& We rsasrve tka rigkt to Wd. H-May 8.1U 17.1986 DISTBICT COURT CLARK COUNTY, NEVADA FUjaii Ap ril 19,4d| 8 PM'98 ^ CLBBK WILLIE WILUAMB, JR.. TERIBA B. GUIMAN WnXIAMB,-' I I Caaa Na. D1888B8 DMiisax: DadM Na. K' STATE or NEVADA) COUNTY OP CLARK) AFFIDAVIT FOOtflBBVKarr BYPtnUCATKfff ANNULMENT WILLIE WnUAMB. JR. tklkaWiilaillfki^a ikai New. (8811k, therigkttoUd. 17, H 91,1(88 JMtm!iL'mi^mJ!& mm kaaw ^k ma Mm Ba6JJ OsSndaat map ka kani eiiti thatsfBaaSkaaanliii \i\t^\L d tka DilniiiH faaHfck: tka Stato al Wwsia •: AlBat lfcmi ( mi m i tke Caat to alga JB OMi< j to asraai Im p^hBaailaik • •* /amriLUKWILIUjMk IK: SUBBOnHDAND SWOSOf •• ka(m aa Hk IB. day si AfA 1988, NOtABTFUmJC (BBAu j: H-Apdll8.M^I(iVlLl8in^ •T!;^?';.1'I** jfTSVHW'si 'i (aflt'i^t*:" If ^'' ._i;.'-'--P'-'"^

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^^Hi • • • • • • • • • I 1 1 I ^ • Pagt It Hf ndarMB llm Nawi, HndrioB, Ntv^da •iPiWM TaaMliqr, May I7, 1968 f* WANT Bring Buyers and Sellers together • W1W**" ( 3 lines ; ^ $4.00 wk 4 lines M.50 wk 5 lines $4.90 wk 6 lines $5.35 wk 7 lines $5.80 wk 8 lines $6.25 wk 9 lines $6.70 wk 10 lines .$7.15wk up to 3 lines (23 characters per line) 45C each additional line FOR WANT ADS... 4 P.M. TUIS. FOR THURS. ISSUE CENTURY 21 JR REALTY OMN NOUSI WEEKIND SATURDAY • MAY 14 -1 to 4 p.m. 220 Palo Vardt — Crtap and claan 3 badroom 172,000 1S21 Foothill Dr. Homa on 1 acra, $1,000,000 vlaw S08 Charry — Highland Hilla Craam Puff SUNDAY • MAY 15 -1 to 4 p.m. 002 Calcutta — Black Mt. Golf Couraa Dallght 42S Scanlc Spactoua, highly cuatomind home • 1114 Anil Way, BouWar City A Jawal on • comar lot. TOP VIDEO RENTflLS I.Beverly Hills Cop II. Eddie -Murphy, Paramount Home Video (1987-R) 2. Siaiieout, Richard Drey fuss, Emilio Estevez, Touchstone Home Video (1987PG) 3. Dirty Dancing, Patrick Swayze, Jennifer Grey, Vestron Video (.1987-PG-13) 4. The Living DaylighU. Timothy Dalton, Maryam DAbo. CBS-Fox Video (1987-PG) 5. The Lost Boys, Jason Patric, Dianne Wiest, Warner Home Video (1987-R) 6. The Princess Bride, Cary Ewes, Robin Wright, Nelson Home Entertainment (1987-PG) 7. Innerspace, Dennis Quaid, Martin Short, Warner Home Video (1?87-PG) :__., 8. Robocop, Peter Welter. Nancy AUen, Orion Home Video (1987-R) 9. TheBigEasy,Denni,? Quaid Ellen Barkin, HBO Video (1987-Rl 10. No Way Out, Kevin Costner, Gene Hackman, HBO Video (1987-R) TOP POP ALBUMS 1. Dirty Dancing, Soundtrack. RCA 2. More Dirty Dancing, Soumitrack. RCA 3. Bad, MichaelJackson. Epic 4. Faith, George ^AficAfli-Columbia — .5. Tiffany, Tiffan\. MCA 6. Intr. Hardline According'To Terence Trent D'Arby, Terence Trent D'Arby. Columbia GARAGE SALES YARD SALE SAT MAY 21 8-2 PM Clothing, toys, childrens items, hshid stuff. much more 655 Ave. I BC GARAGE SALE 1321 Marita DrBC Sat May 21st. 8 AM dark Lots of stuff ESTATE YARD. SALE Household furnishings, Cinder blocks, fenceposts, carpet, too much more to name 1930 Thoroughbred Rd. Wednesday and Thursday. May 18 & 19. 8 III ?? FLEA MARKET Villa Hermosa Mobile Home Park In Clubhouse. Sat, May 21, 9 to 5. •YARD SALE 812 Clarice Lane (M & M Mobile Home Park) Fn&Sat May 20-21. (8 am-2 pm) Much furniture from storage, some antiques. Coteman furnace unit ($ 150), wood desk, matching bdrm set, old pedal sewing machine, wood dining table. files, dbl beds, old bank safe, dinette & chairs, and misc. Additional items Sat if time permits. BC YARD SALE: May 20 & 21 6 Nevada Way Complete household furnishings, tatjie chairs, bdrm set Other furniture, bedding, towels, linens, dishes, tools & much misc. Garage & Bake Sale. May 20 &21. 319 Heather Dr, Hdn. 8 am to 3 pm Cub Scouts Pack 18 Furid Raiser OFFlHEMMll7. Kick, INXS, Atlantic 8. Now And Zen, iJob*rt Plant, Esparama/Atlantic 9. Appetite For Destruction, Guns A Roses, Geffen 10. Out Of The Blue. Debbie Gibson, Atlantic TOP POP SINGLES 1. Wishing Well. Terence Trent D'Arby, Columbia 2. Angel, Aerosmith, Geffen 3. Girlfriend, PebbUs, MCA 4. Anything For You, Gloria Estefan S Miami Sound Machine, Epic iPiakCmdHOmc Natalie Cole, BMI-Manhattan 6. Prove Your Lore, rajWor Dane, ArisU 7. Where Do Brokea IWts Go, Whitney Hutton, ArisU 8. Devil Inride, INXS, Atlantic Get 0,tt. My ft*Mnf.GetIntoMyC, BiBy Oenn, Jive/ArisU ^ 10OMSt.pUp.Bnw* Springsteen, Columbia taToareuift OfnflowlicT PhoM at 3-23oa K St4-18S1 to PlMoWutAdi PREB KnTBNS ANB PUPPII8 NBBD GOOD HOME. Call 2W4M78 anytfana. Found: Pregnant Female Blond Lab 4/28/88 On Lake Mead near Pueblo Blvd Call anytime. 564-7229 The Cat's Meow—Give a home to a tieautiful cat or kittens Over 75 to choose from Long & short hair, multitude of color';, 361-2484 84 CHEVY SILVERADO /Step-side. P/W, locks, Auto, mags, cruise, new paint job 42,000 miles $8,500. Call 293 1811. BC 1977 Oldmobile Starfire GT, 90,000 miles Runs well, won't pass smog test $400 or best offer Call 564-1881 weekdays only' Ask for Karl LOST & FOUND Lost: Male Shitzu, very short tail Vicinity Sellers Place, Pittman Tan & white Needs grooming. Answers4o Muffin, 564-6782. LOST: Day of explosion, male mixed shepherd Reddish gold color, answers to Ret3el Wearing chain collar ID & licensed. Ph 564-8015 A VIHKUS REWARD Lost Or stolen: Mobile telephbne from Backhoe on Chestnut St Walkie-Talkie type. Ph 565-0216 > PETS/ANIMALS MAYii HELP YOUGET YOUR DOG OR CAT SPAYED OR NEUTERED FOR A GRACIOUS DISCOUNT? 293 ^1 BCAaytime. Desparately needed—Older % Of 1 ton pickup or flat bed truck, util trailer, horse trailer. Must be reasonable. Or can be donated to Betty Honn's Animal Adoption, 1988 Charitable Tax Deduction, 361-2484 LOST POINTER/GREAT DANE MIX. LOOKS LIKE A ST BERNARD. WHITE WITH LARGE BROWN SPOTS FEMALE NAMED BETTYREWARD 454-508 6 Please mail all cash or check donations to Betty Honn's Animal Adoption, P 0 Box C, Henderson, Nv 89015 Tax time—Put unwanted Items to work, helping animals. Tax write off for 1987 Betty Honn's Animal Adoption IS in desparate need of vehicles, horse trailers, fencing .& bIdg materials of all" kinds 3612484 For adoption Dobies, Airedale, Boxer, Lots of pups Most (fwxadi breed dogs, $6ea Ph 361 2484 Big • dog lovers. Dobies, Shepherds, Afghans, Chow Ct}Ow, Labs and many more '361-2484 Donate unwanted Cyclone fenemg. Gate, pipe, any amount or size Betty Honn's Animal Adoption, 1988 Tax deductible. 361-2484 Wanted: Large parrott. Macaw, etc Must be reasonable or can be donated to Betty Honn's Animal Adoption 1988 Tax deductible for todays fair narket value For complete nfo. Ph 361-2484 Bett Honn's Animal adoption accepting unwanted pets of all kinds By app't only, homes are found. 361 -2484, Free puppies Mixed breed. Will be small dogs. Free kittens, all to good homes. Ph 564-2898. Sue or Steve Strayed, tri-colored Sheltie. Name Pnhce Ph 565-9311 Free to good home Toy Fox Terrier w/papers. Please call 565-5257 after 5 pm. SPAY OR NEUTB? YOUR PET FOR HALF PRICE SHOTS 25% OFF CAU VALLEY SAVE A PET 384-6049 (Ruby) or 642-8543 74 TBird, 460 V8. auto, air, PW, Wire wheel covers $600 or best offer 564-5219, No call after 9 pm Please. 77 Timberline, 22'/? ft. Sleeps 8, like new. Fully selfcontained Asking $5,000 Ph 564-7885 VOBDAVTO PARTS' 7. 2-7Z78LLatMdatka Ntw aO kBIO JOHN SONS. PMtMBDt.BC. •74 914 RED PORXHE New bres. Must see. $4,000 or best offer. 294-1690 BC. liel PONTIAC BONf^EVlLLE BROUGHAM Ful-^ ly loaded $3,200 Call al'er 4 PM Mon-Thurs Fn, Sat & Sun anytime 293-7009 BC 1966—Honda Interceptor. 7,000 miles, must sell $1,500^565-8200 1980 CHEVROLET CAPRICE CLASSIC 2 dr, V6, ps/pb, am fm cassettp player, cruise, tilt, power doors, windows and seats. Excel, cond $2,500 or best. Call 293-6447 after 6 pm, BC, BLUB JBAN JOBS opaalBfa for packart and aaaanblcra. Good pay. Flaxibia honn. Muat have talephoaa ft raUabla traaaportatioa. CaU todaj, TMMnOS. KELLY8ERVICES 3900 Paradiaa Road 8ta2Sl EOE, M/F/H/. No Fae US Law reqairas applicaata to ahow proof ofidaDtHyaadrti^tto ^AT I^R SALEIW Mark Twain 18 9' 188 Merc Cruiser I/O Tandem Trailer $5500 294 0185 BC 17' Seaflite, 140 HP Merc cruiser Removable top Trailer, Cover. $2000 Ph 5645950 -1 1978 Diamond Jubilee addition T-Bird, Excellent Cond, AC, stereo and cassette, electric windows, doors, tire like new, etc $2,500 or best offer Call after 5 p.mi 564-7666 1093 Buick Riviera, 6cyl, tur bo loaded $7,500. Ph 565-8008. 1973 DODGE VAN Royi Sportsman Good cond 293 5864 BC NteED A CART New in towaT Old u town7 No CMBtT Short time oo the M>T OBW 1100. $200. nOaorMIOdowntNeed an aatomobile to set around? Contact na. We ipprove our own ooatracts. Inatant delivery. We will pick you up ft bring you t>> our car lot. Just telephone 66im9, NEVADA AUTO SALES. 1813 N. BIdr. Hwy.. Henderaon. Nev. One block south of Sunaet Blvd. ft BIdr. HWT. 1987 Nissan Sentra, immaculate condition Best offer over low Blue Book. Ph. 564 9459 • 83 Ford XL-Van 45.000 miles, V-8 autooverdnve, air, tilt, cruise, cassette, P/S, dual tanks, + many extras New tires, like new 293-0820 BC Graduation special-1986 Celica GTS Exc condition. Low miles Fully loaded. Serious inquiries only, Ph 361 0353 eves after 6 30. Can you buy Jeeps, Cars, 4 X 4s seized in drug raids for under $100 OC Call for facts today 602-837-3401, Ext, 561 1984 KAWASAKI 550 LTD $1,000 13,000 miles. Call 294 1584 after 6 or 293-6 3 77 during days B C MOST FAITHFUL 1984 VW Rabbit Great mileage Must sell Day 294-1766. evening and/or msg 293-0528 BC. AUTOS FOR SALE BY GOVERNMENT, Boats, Vans, Trucks, Luxury Autos. I RED HOT bargains! Sales info 1-518-459-3734 Ext J5128, 24 hrs. Brand new Toyota Camry wagon. All power options including Sunroof Must sell Best offer 1-297-1543. 1978 Plymouth Fury w/air, spare carb computer, good shape. $700 Ph 564-3159, RADIATOR-SALES AND REPAIR 293-7278 Big John 4 Sons Foothill Dr BC. 1 Emmlaalon Control Smog Test, 7 days wk Mechanics on duty 7 days wk VERhl'S HEniDiilsdN TEXACO 3 E. Lake Maad (at Water) 565-0220 Production Assemblers Stock Clerk Mail Room Immadlata Opanlngs HENDERSON LOCATIONS LonQ tafm aaalonnMfita availL Muat bv-ablatowofli day •nd swing (hltt. Rallable Iranapoftation and pfton* art Factory Dlret aalHl* Boat* 18' (130 10) $8,495 19' (140 10) $9,950 20' (170 10) $12,950 21'(350 10) $15,950 ODown( aaalXM^TM COMPLETE BRAKE JOB Mschanio on duty. Bouklar City Texaco 567 Nev. Hwy. 294-1971 INQINi TUNE UPS Beuktor CKy T*XMO ser Nv. Hwy. St4't71 1987 Plymouth RdUint S7.000 or BMt 564-3540 3.000 mllM RMMISSION CONTROL CHECK STATION. 293-7278. BifJaha and Soaa. FootidU Dr. BC. 79 Lincoln Versailles Air, radio, tape deck Runs good $1,300. Ph 435-2092. 80 Honda Accord, AC. cruise, AM/FM. 8 track, new tires. $2,500. Good shape, Ph 5650411, EMPLOYMENT WENDY'S NEEDS-YOU Local franchise needs 10 dynamic people willing to work their way to the top. 2 plus years management exp & solid work history needed. Call Laurie Bergeson, 642-901 lor stop by at 1614 E Lake Mead, N Las Vegas, Nev. 89030 NEED BABYSITTER Will consider live in. Call Between 2-4 PM. 293-2500 BC. MAID SERVICE people intareatad In advanceinwit. Wrk witk a crew. Grimebaetera Maid Service. 796-1002. NEVER A FEE ///EASTRIDGE 798-TEMP 4220 So Hwytand Pliwy., Sto. 20S ••• • ••• • • Lake Mead Lodge has an opening for front desk clerk, Exp required. For interview call T Adams at 293-2074 Lake Mead Lodge has immediate opening for motel maid Exp prefereed Will tram For interview call T Ariams at 293-2074 Wanted: Man to nail skirting on trailer house $5 an hr Call 565-0070 CASHIER PART TIME HELP NEEDED 30 hours per week. Phone 564-3844 or 379 8504 Part time maids Good pay (or honest, dependable workers InstaClean 2933316 BC. GOLD STRIKE INN & CASINO in now taking applications for KENO RUNNER Apply in person. GOLD STRIKE INN AND CASINO in Boulder City now accepting applicatioris for CAGE CASHIER, Apply at cashier cage, BC PBX OPERATOR/RECtPTIONISTneeded4 30-8 PM, Thurs. Fri, Sat Must have experience By appointment only Call Alice at 293-4111 BC COSMETOLOGIST NEEDED Booth rental $350 per mo 293 5398 or 293-4348 BC RECEPTIONIST Opening for a non-smoker w/a pleasant disposition to greet our lobby visitors. As a telephone operator, good telephone manners are essential. Typing. 50 wpm required and calculator use helpful, as customer sales are invoiced. Call 293-3013. B.C. Now hihng full time and part time cooks & carhops for day & evening shifts. Apply ia person Mon through Fn between 2 & 4 pm ONLY at the Sonic Dnve In, 300 S. BIdr Hwy. Also faking applications for manager^ & ass't mgrs. Numerous openings. DEMONSTRATORS Christmas around the World IS now hiring FREE $300 kit. Free supplies. Great pay for fun work! Call for details 565-4777 GET PAID for reading booksl $100.00 per title. Write: PASE-B1890, 161 S. Lincdnway, N, Aurora, IL 60542 Help wanted: Part time driver, for Pickart's Auto Parts. 35-A E.Basic Rd.apply between 8 & 4 FRONT DESK RECEPTIONIST For busy Real Eastate office. Pleasant phone voice a must, knowledge of a multi-station phone system needed, light typing and ligfit general office duties, able to use general office machines Ask for Paul or Sherry, 564-6969 between 10 am to 6 Dm. MAIDS WANTED Sands Motel 809 Nev Hwy. BC, ARNIE'SARCO HAS OPENINGS FOR THE FOLLOWING SHIFTS: Days, swing, graveyard, and part-time. Please bring resume personally to 1025 NEV, HWY. BO COUNTER PERSON for Boulder Pit Stop Apply at '1615 Boulder Kyfry. BCT -' HIRING ALL SHIFTS Full or part time. Apply in person after 2 PM JACK IN THE BOX ItOI Nev Hwy, BC HOUSECLEANING Our residential team cleaning service needs you!! Become fully trained in this rewarding trade as an Annie the Maid fxxjsehdd technician, and BE PAID TO LEARNM $4 50 hr. to start If you recently lost your )ob at State Stove, COME & TALK TO US. For information call 739-8888 or come in to apply at 2565 Chandler #3, Park 2000 at Sunset & Eastern Were close to Henderson, EOE. ROOM AHENDANT Motor Inn needs applicant in the housekeeping dept for room attendant. Good Excellent fringe benefits, good working condition. Apply in person at Best Western Mardi Gras Inn, Mon through Fri 9 am to 5 pm. No phone calls please. 3500 Paradise Rd,, Las Vegas, Nev. Experienced back hoe operator & laborer Prefer exp w/pipe. Apply on Wed ONLY 9 am to noon at 153 W Lake Mead, BIdg 2, Hdn GOLD STRIKE INN & CASINO in Boulder City is now taking applications for the following position: WAITRESSES AND WAITERS for Coffee Shop, and BUS PERSONS Please see Jackie Smith, STEAK HOUSE WAITERS, please see Larry Rehder, All positions apply 111 person between 11 am-4 pm. BC. Construction cleanup girl, for new construction, damage repair cleanup, painting Ph 293-6497, after 6 pm Technician/VENDING MACHINE Service Technician Full Time Experienced Large Expanding Company, Full Company Benefits, Salary Commensurate With Experience. LAS VEGAS. (70 2) 736-9404 CITY MANAGER CITY OF HENDERSON, NEVADA (Pop 54,590) Seeks proven administrator to provide high performance in exciting, diverse, open, participative, and timedemanding setting. Broad local development of infra structure. Strong generalist with detail oriented management ability, superior communication skills, and sensitivity to human and en vironmental rapid growth issues Pfflfef degree irr bo^jjifiess^sr put)lic administration, plus successful expenence as chief executive or assistant in fullsendee government: strong record of accomplishments, txjsiness approach to pulalic management. Appointed by five-member City Council, elected on nonpartisan basis with overlapping terms. Responsibilities inclmle direction of wide range of governmental services $57 million budget, 359 fu)l-tim3/76 part-time employees Salary $55,000 $75,000 + benefits Full resume by June 6, 1988, to Janice Wiese. Director of Personnel. 243 Water Street, Henderson, Nevada 89015, (702) 565-2070 Include a narrative on managing people toward completion of projects AN AFFIRMATIVE AC TION/EQUAL OPPORTUNI TY EMPLOYER Phone aalee trainees. Earn np to $5 to $10 per hr. while you learn. Exdtidg opportunity in the telemarketing ileld. Super working conditions. Part time, workI ins 5 days per week. Selling subacriptiona to the Las Vegas Sun. Call 734-3130 Mon through Fri. 1 pm to 4 pm. FOOD SERVER experience preferred. Full or part time, Guys Villa Capn 1634 Nev. Hwy BC AVON EARN EXTRA MONEY YOUR WAY Just us* your boauty and fashion sonso to supplomont your Incomo. Soil whoro you work, whoro you play or whor* you llvo. ^ Your customers sre siresdy your frionds snd co-wor1(ors ^ Receive invslusble sales trsining ^ Every Avon product is unconditionsHy gusrsnteed To find out mor* about this exciting now way to earn extra money without a lot of extra work, call Avon today at 564-1521 Henderson—Qreen Vaiey—Boulder CHy Las Vegas Wash Boulder Beach Sharon Avery, DIst. Mgr. Gaming is growing at a record pace* ...so is the demand for skilled Electronic Gaming 11^cllnicians. The growing casino industry is presenting" great career opportunities for qualified people. Call Today 873*2345 Nevada Gaming Schools can train you and help place you in the electronic gaming industry in as little as 15 weeks. Financial aid is available and classes start every weeb. Nnnda Gaining Sdioois '16 yea/3 experience in training tM/oe pMcemenr^ 3100 Sirius Awenue Las Vegas, Nevada 89102 May 17. 1968 Hendsrtea HOOM News, Unimm, Nevada Psge IJ ENERGETIC GIRL WANTED part time in Housecleaning business Good pay 293 1917 BC Case Plores IMexicsn Restaursnt, Boulder City, 930 Nev. Hwy., now tsking appliestions for waiters or wsltresses. Bus boys, hostesses and cooks. Apply In person 8 am to 10 pm. -TEACHER NEEDEDElementary Teacher, Substitute Teacher or Teacher with College Credits in Child Devel-1 opment •Name Own Hours* Oaklane Pre-School Academy 130S Wyoming St. BC 293-5168 Wanted: Local help to do yard work weekly. f>hone 564-7433 N>PJ!!?Hon being aoeepted for Church Nursery Alter*danl. $6.00 par hr. Over 21 8AM-12PIM Sundave. Aieo need eomaona 8-8 PM Sunday night* Ptione 23-7773 or come to weekdays to Chrlitian Center, 571 Adems Blvd BC We could use teen hel pers also, S3 35 per hr Management trainee. Busy vocational trade school needs sharp self starter to recruit student prospects through public sun/ey Salary plus commission. Bonus, overrides Excellent earning potential Call Mr Riari 5653778 MAY SPECIALS Qreet buys on niffle brsnd Hems tPECIAL GROUP Odds and Ends values to $71.99. 40% to 80% o SPECIAL (WOUP Tops and Shorts. Valued to $40.99. Your choice $10 00 SPECIAL GROUP Dresses-values to $150.99, 20% to 60% off CUtrONMAMMXIS (neNng Werma) caNRUMnir •••-01 It RNB. LPN, NA'e BOULDER CITY AND HENDERSON • EXCEIXENT SALARIES •FLKXIBLE 3CHEDUUN0 • EXCEIXENT BENEFITO .DAILY ANV WEEKLY PAY OLSTEN HEALTH CARE SERVICES WF ARr nPn,r9?J}^*2S^l'^ Maureen WEAREpEDICATED TO PROFESSIONAL CARE GIVERS JEWELRY BOX Custom Jewelry, All R^wirs, Free Watch Estimates, Appraisals. 414 Nevada Hwy. 2944)677 B.C. O^A, UJJPJ., AlBiOSNS, Reg.. lar-2iidDa7Nezt Day Air... Bee'e Baeinesi Service, 527 Hotel Plasa^ (at the Village). B.C. 8 a.in.-6 p.in. MoaFVi. 293-6266. MISCELLANEOUS RESORT MARINA ^ LAKE MEAD RESORT nas immediate openings lor the (ollowing full and part time positions Food Server. Bus Person, Retail Clerk, Cashier, iet up Person (small boats), Maid, Janitor, and Resort Maintenance Contact P Chandler or E Tomtja 293-3484 —. Concwsiona'fp Qi Nahonal Paik Service EOE • nory INSURANCE SECRETARY Farmer's lnsurarx;e in Boulder City has an operv ing for the position of lnsurarx;e Secretary. Farmer's Insurance expenence preferred, but not i '^f^.y/?^ -^usf have good Qeneral Office skills. *" Ne^ fjo^itionfiiied by June 1. CJontact torn or Scott 294-0808 for appointment. 521 Nevada Hwy. bouioer City ANTENNA ROTATOfl CDR S50 2938897 BC TWO BURIAL PLOTS fOH SALE in beautiful Memo Gardens Memorial Park, Value S665 ea Make offer 2931780 Want to buy Good used Vt inch or V* inch 4X8 plywood sheets Need 100 sheets. Will pay 2 to 4 dollars per sheet debending on condition. 1 723-5436 or 565-0281 after 3 pnn DON'T THROW AWAY YOUR OLD BICYCLES. I'll give you $5 to $10 depenj dma on „ condition, pfii 564-5189 anytime. River Run Shell w/carpet kit. Fits long bed truck. $400 FIRM Ph 565-0967 BMutlful Brand Nmw Storia Cook Wood-burning Siova. Braaa Trim — Muat Saa To Appradaia. S6S'1888 IBM Setetive. $150. IBM Standard D Model, $100 Make otter. 565-9977. H & S LAWN CARE Complete lewn eervlce, tree i ehrub care, automatic eprlnklera. Lie #449(H) HaroM ir Sharon CrHcfier 294-6200 CAR CARE SERVICE Lube, ai. FHter Mechanic on duty. • eiMer CHy Texeco 107 MOT. Hwy. te4-ie7l EMMISSION CONTROL Boulder CKy Texeco 567 Nev. Hwy. 294.1971 Repair, Sales. Service Buying Ckx:ks in need of repair 564-3309 RADIO WORLD 2 way Radio Sales & Service "•'CB-—Annateur—Commerclaf—Msffin Now open in Marahall Plaza at 1656 Nev. Hwy. B.C. 294-2666 For sale: refrigerator, 565-6318 Whirlpool Almond. HELP WANTED PERSON TO DELIVER PAPERS TO NEWS BOYS SOMETIME DURING THE EVENING WEDNESDAY NIGHT, 1 DAY ONLY— MUST HAVE TRUCK OR VAN. CALL 293-1701 FOR MORE INFORMATION BOULDER CITY NEWS MOVING SALE: Everything cheapl Refrigerator, den turn Call 564-6913. 3 ft high, 5 ft wide Bronze wirv dow & screens Dual pane. $45 Ph 565-6384 COMMODORE 128 COM' PUTER Color pnnter, rrwuse, software Must sell 293-6098 BC For sale: Rascal Roller wheelchair or scooter. Cost $2350. Take best offer. Ph 564-4440. Couch, rocking loveseat, floral design. Asking $150. Ph after 4, 564-5366 Washers, dryers, ranges, refrigerators. Guaranteed A-1 Appliances, 564-9000. 520 W Sunset, Hdn CHRISTIAN CENTER DAY CARE (CHILD CAm-PRC-SCHOOL-KmOEmARTEN • Erom AND AFTER SCHOOL CARC roa ELEMENTARY AOE-PREE TRANSTORTATKN^ •2 YEARS THROUGH )TH GRADE •OPEN W KU-he P.M. •STATE LICENSED ^ •fflOH STAFF RATIO, Al TEACHERS •LITTLE PEOPLES WOWCSHOP CDlUUCin,UM •LOTS OF T1.C Phone 293-2360 S71 Adema Blvd. HOME OF CHRISTIAN CENTER SCHOOL (Kindergarten through 8lh gn6) WOMEN'S BIBLE STUDY INTER. DENOMINATIONAL ^rwrj WadiMaday el 9-JO •jm.SnA4mmBM.rtm behriitttag awl nhe* • Mto. If yum • a MWe tltrntim CHf, • • d Mak • • frlMdi. Phoae M-7771 The Beet Coet Leee—AJoe Vera Jaice. 100% aatoral A flaTored. 564-1648 ARE YOU LIVING WITH A DRINKING PROBLEM? If so, why not try AlAnon? Meeting are Tues 10 am at St. Timothy's Episcopal Church Tues, 830 pm Club 51. Wed, 8 pm, St Rose de Lima Hospital. Fnday pm 7:30 Water & Power BIdg Nevada Highway, Boulder City. For more information call 565 9963 Hdn. CollectorBuys old mag's (pre'fiO);! documemtl autograph|1 first itsuesl Special interest inHoHywood, scientists & gov'l. Also, old U.S coins. Cad ijelween 10 & 6 PM. daily 565-0161. RARE LADES SADDLE $500 BC WESTERN 293-1682 I CLOCK REPAIR •Antique & Other •Grandfattier •Wall •Modern Buf, Son, Tfada Fliminafe Stress A-1 APPUANCC SERVICE SALES SE/tVICe PARTS •Waahers •Dryara •Refrigerators Reconditioned Querenteed SiRVICB CALL AND ISTIMATI S1S.00 520 W. Suneet Ph 564-9000 WILLOW BEACH RBSORT AND MARINA is looicing for friendly peopia for Immediate employment. Full time arxl part time positions avaliabie. (702) 293-3776 (602) 767-3311. AulMrltM CwtMMIonalra of NMonat ^irti tovlM McDONAUM BOUUMER CITY now taking applications for all tfilftt. Grill, •ervlce, cleaning peraonnel. Weekends preferred. Apply In person weekdays 2-5 P.M. BC. RESUMES COMPOSED, EDITED & TYPED also CONTRACTS. LETTERS & WILLS at Bee's Business Services. 527 Hotel Plaza (at the Village), B.C. 2935361. 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Mon-Fri. MAIDS Trainees accepted Apply mornings. Best Western Lighthouse Inn, 110 Villa Dr Boulder City. Nv. Babysitter needed. In my home for 3 children Mature lady preferred. 1,30 pm til 11 pm. Ph between 3-6 pm o'clock on Tues & Wed. 564-7072 McDonald's of Green Valley now hiring for position for Janitorial service. Hrs are from 10 pm to 6 am Apply in person any day 10 am to 6 pm, at 2550 E. Sunset Rd. FULLTIME DENTALASSISTANT Experience required. Salary Negotiable Call Debbie 293-0373 BC Experienced cocktail waitress wanted. Apply in person 2 pm—5 pm at Nick's Supper Club, 15 E Lake Mead, Hdn. THE THIRD LORD'S ACRE AUCTION *Darwin Bible AUCTIONEER ^ DATE: MAY 21. 1988 TIME: 1:30 P.M. until ? PLACE: 609 E. HORIZON DR. AT TRUFFLES KOUNTRY KITCHEN: 11 A.M.-? P.M. (Tavera Sandwichea, Driiika, Bakery Goodsl FOR INFORMATION CALL: 565049 PAYMENT CASH OT CHECK WITH OUARANTEE CARD ONLY CONSIGNMENT ITEMS ACCEPTED SPONSORED BY; FIRST HENDERSON UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Lawn Mower, Electric 18 Black & Decker New bag Before 9, after 3, $65. Ph 565-621.*! AIR CONDITIONER 4 Ton w/10 KW heat strips. Exc cond. $200 293-4757 BC and/or LOSE WEIGHT RESULTS GUARANTEED Group or Private Ses.'5i'}PS CALL MASTER QUITTERS 293-2515 !^ RV Roof Air Duo-Therm. '. 11,000 BTU All hardware. Works great. $ 100. Leonard, ^ • 564-3344 ., ,/ • • • • \/ .. MOWER REPAIR Complete spring service $30. Motor home and truck repair A-1 Truck, and Equipment Repair, 1105 Industrial 293-7335. BC., Vertical rhini & wjanetian blinds. 5Q%of. 565-495dv For sate: Magnum Electric Trolling motor. • <3Foot operated. $80. 564-7630 WEIGHT LOSSTJHE EASY WAY. (Be you;seff agam) Money baok guaremtee 564-1648 • •Tiake 5 At J 2" ori May 5, National Day Of Prayer, to apljt Government leaders arid.• ThankGodforpastaridiiture blessings on America. APPETITE, • CONTROL PATCH New breakthrough safe effective, 10(V money back-, guarantee, $33.00 moiitii -supply,$43.00 distritxjtor kif, majtilevel opportunity AQU-PATCH, Box 398. Pocahbntas, Arkansas r2455y • • • _r • 9i^ASHER/DRYeR' • good cond,"30 day warranty $125 iea 293-4447 BC Furniture for sale Couch,, loveseat, freezer, bdrm set... And more. 564-1658 Musken above ground swimming pool, 18X33 Standing now if you want to sefr-$500. Ph 565-0411. Used,*Matched set washer/dryer Gibson Model Working condition. $75 ea. Call 564-0108 for sale: Snug top, camper shell Fits lortg bed Ford.-^ $350. Ph 294-0668. RefrigiBr^tor, washer, dryer. rrncrowavevTV w/stand, din^ • fig room sdt (10 pcs $1500).'-. many more itern^, .293-2396• BC ,-: • ;; • -' ,• -^ ——* : •• • -" Are ydu moving'> Boxes for 5 bedroQHis plus house. AW for $50. Youpick up, 293-2396 &C Electric dryer, Norge,''220 V, $100 Pf-i. 564-9459/-' 55 Ford Truck, $400 FIRM:Ca/1 for details, i2 gun cabinet, $100, sej^OeM Child Video Smart feachjng ; computer for sate w/2 cassettes Plugs into VCR. $50.., Ph 564-2811 833 NEVADA HWVn BOULDER CITY (702) 293^171 • —i— AprmwrniScjai: {Bob Blair. Broker 293-2049 Patty Gnffey-SpeCT 293407'5 Criatina Antonio 293411ft Ricli Moynihaa Pul Ryn ... : Andrea Aadanon 293-1802 293-6406 29M228 INDEPENDENT MOVERS • One Room or Hoiiaeful • Ptaaoe or Any Heavy LoM ^Specialising in Henderaon and Boulder City Free Eetimetee emd Reaeonabh Ratee 293-7911 SUN REALTY %C "THE REAL ESTATE PROFESSIONALS" 1311 Nvadt Hwy., BouldrClty, Nevada 89005 24 HOURS (702) 293-2151 V^ ^i^ YOUR ONE-STOP REAL ESTATE COMPANY AFFORDABLE-3 BEDROOMS-BC:1Voii't last, several Lewis Homes priced to sell now, appper SO's and low 90's. CALL NOWl FEWER & FEWER: Cnstom home bdhfing lota in BC to chooae from; if yon plan to build in next 18 montha call us TODAYI PLANS CHANGED?r?: Wont need that BC building lot after all?? do ckll na now for fair pricing and marketing plena—NO BLUE SKY. only aerioua aellera need apply—call 293-2151 nowl -^ ADULT CONDO-BC 2 bedrooa-$4,000 CASH!; No qualify—no aecond, only caehl Lovely home, like a model, heatlh forcee aele. Call uaNOW. HENDERSON INVESTMENT: R-J, 'i acre, off Boulder Hwy and Sunset, only $70,000. B.C. CLASSIC RefnrUahed UedMoia. hardwood floora, and more. AaUng S77,M0. See tUa today! 5E" WRITER'S STUDIO-JUST FOR YOU. All the extras indndiat pcivaey + filee atorage and ^ bookahehreaaUboilt^Oa^ 166,000. See todny I "ON THE RESERVATION" Excellent S^iedroom, ecreeaed petio, GREAT ROOM, lota of RV parUng + overaiaa double gerage. All for only I9S,200. Asaumable loan too. CaU now. BOULDER CITY COMMERCIAL LOT: -croas from McDonalds A Kentucky Chicken, SJ75,000 cash for fast sale. "IN-LAW QUARTERS" along with lovely cuatom family home only S107,S00T CaU now for details. UNDER CONSTRUCTION: 1400 Pueblo. 1177300, Greet/view, luxury 2,400 aq ft on Vi acre. See plane, ehooee your peraonal itema today. CaU for afpafataeat to review plane, etc View OF LAKE MEAD: thie kuniry condo hea all the amenities (evan an aaaumaUe 9 Ji% FHA loan.) A aiaat-eee at SllOJSOO today. FOURBEDRObMS IDEAL 2,150 sq. ft. FAMILY HOME 4 large bedrooma, 2 FULL BATHS. F^. Covered patio, INGROUND SPA. AutO sprinklera $106,500.00. DELUXE CUSTOM HOME-3,700 • Sq. Ft. 2/4 be.. Car gar + 1'X22' riniahed atorage area, SPECTACULAR VIEW OF LAKE MEAD—many more extraa $699,000.00 NEAT AS A PIN home in weU esUbUshed neighborhood. 2 car finished garage. Pool, lush landacaping. RV parking. $129,900. VERY NICE NEAT FAMILY HOME Preetigioua area, pool, w/solar cover, fireplace, block fence. 2 car garage. See it and buy today. $156,000. THREE BEDROOMS UPGRADED LEWIS HOME. Cuatom F.P. SWIMG. POOL, 2 SPAS, CUSTOM KITCHEN 2 covered Patioa $116,000.00 POPULAR LEWIS FLOOR PLANPaoL Fa with large breekfaat bar A F.P. Snaroom wHh SPA, ExceBeat neigghberbood ONLY $123,60a00. CUSTOM HOME-2 be. Fem. raa. 2 car t^, fenced yard, tile roof $114,777. TWO BEDROOMS Totally upgraded Btarter home. New roof, central air and boat. Nice neighborhood. $72.5I0. FIXER UPPER-U mature erce. Bring toole 4 OFFER JODAY $42,000. MOBILE HOMES EXCEPTIONAL BUY! In Gingerwood Adiilt park-12'X60' pluarXlS' Add-ARoom 1 bednn. 1 be. Central AC/Heat Priced .to SeU. $18,500. MT. VISTA EST. ^bedrm, 1 be. 1 car finished gar. lO'XlO' Deluxe Stg. bIdg., new carpet, window covering. Block wall auto sprinklers $66,500.00 RENTAL^ 4 Bed. 2 be. L.R. a FAM. RM--workshop. Call for details. Children & one pet OK. COMPLETELY FURNISHED 1 Bedrm. 2 ba. Condo, ground floor. 2 carporta. Avail Apr. i-eni of Oct. ADULTS-Non smokers only JUST BRING YOUR TOOTHBRUSH & CLOTHINGEVERYTHING ELSE IS HERE $400.00. 2 be
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^^Hi • • • • • • • • • I 1 1 I ^ • Pagt It Hf ndarMB llm Nawi, HndrioB, Ntv^da •iPiWM TaaMliqr, May I7, 1968 f* WANT Bring Buyers and Sellers together • W1W**" ( 3 lines ; ^ $4.00 wk 4 lines M.50 wk 5 lines $4.90 wk 6 lines $5.35 wk 7 lines $5.80 wk 8 lines $6.25 wk 9 lines $6.70 wk 10 lines .$7.15wk up to 3 lines (23 characters per line) 45C each additional line FOR WANT ADS... 4 P.M. TUIS. FOR THURS. ISSUE CENTURY 21 JR REALTY OMN NOUSI WEEKIND SATURDAY • MAY 14 -1 to 4 p.m. 220 Palo Vardt — Crtap and claan 3 badroom 172,000 1S21 Foothill Dr. Homa on 1 acra, $1,000,000 vlaw S08 Charry — Highland Hilla Craam Puff SUNDAY • MAY 15 -1 to 4 p.m. 002 Calcutta — Black Mt. Golf Couraa Dallght 42S Scanlc Spactoua, highly cuatomind home • 1114 Anil Way, BouWar City A Jawal on • comar lot. TOP VIDEO RENTflLS I.Beverly Hills Cop II. Eddie -Murphy, Paramount Home Video (1987-R) 2. Siaiieout, Richard Drey fuss, Emilio Estevez, Touchstone Home Video (1987PG) 3. Dirty Dancing, Patrick Swayze, Jennifer Grey, Vestron Video (.1987-PG-13) 4. The Living DaylighU. Timothy Dalton, Maryam DAbo. CBS-Fox Video (1987-PG) 5. The Lost Boys, Jason Patric, Dianne Wiest, Warner Home Video (1987-R) 6. The Princess Bride, Cary Ewes, Robin Wright, Nelson Home Entertainment (1987-PG) 7. Innerspace, Dennis Quaid, Martin Short, Warner Home Video (1?87-PG) :__., 8. Robocop, Peter Welter. Nancy AUen, Orion Home Video (1987-R) 9. TheBigEasy,Denni,? Quaid Ellen Barkin, HBO Video (1987-Rl 10. No Way Out, Kevin Costner, Gene Hackman, HBO Video (1987-R) TOP POP ALBUMS 1. Dirty Dancing, Soundtrack. RCA 2. More Dirty Dancing, Soumitrack. RCA 3. Bad, MichaelJackson. Epic 4. Faith, George ^AficAfli-Columbia — .5. Tiffany, Tiffan\. MCA 6. Intr. Hardline According'To Terence Trent D'Arby, Terence Trent D'Arby. Columbia GARAGE SALES YARD SALE SAT MAY 21 8-2 PM Clothing, toys, childrens items, hshid stuff. much more 655 Ave. I BC GARAGE SALE 1321 Marita DrBC Sat May 21st. 8 AM dark Lots of stuff ESTATE YARD. SALE Household furnishings, Cinder blocks, fenceposts, carpet, too much more to name 1930 Thoroughbred Rd. Wednesday and Thursday. May 18 & 19. 8 III ?? FLEA MARKET Villa Hermosa Mobile Home Park In Clubhouse. Sat, May 21, 9 to 5. •YARD SALE 812 Clarice Lane (M & M Mobile Home Park) Fn&Sat May 20-21. (8 am-2 pm) Much furniture from storage, some antiques. Coteman furnace unit ($ 150), wood desk, matching bdrm set, old pedal sewing machine, wood dining table. files, dbl beds, old bank safe, dinette & chairs, and misc. Additional items Sat if time permits. BC YARD SALE: May 20 & 21 6 Nevada Way Complete household furnishings, tatjie chairs, bdrm set Other furniture, bedding, towels, linens, dishes, tools & much misc. Garage & Bake Sale. May 20 &21. 319 Heather Dr, Hdn. 8 am to 3 pm Cub Scouts Pack 18 Furid Raiser OFFlHEMMll7. Kick, INXS, Atlantic 8. Now And Zen, iJob*rt Plant, Esparama/Atlantic 9. Appetite For Destruction, Guns A Roses, Geffen 10. Out Of The Blue. Debbie Gibson, Atlantic TOP POP SINGLES 1. Wishing Well. Terence Trent D'Arby, Columbia 2. Angel, Aerosmith, Geffen 3. Girlfriend, PebbUs, MCA 4. Anything For You, Gloria Estefan S Miami Sound Machine, Epic iPiakCmdHOmc Natalie Cole, BMI-Manhattan 6. Prove Your Lore, rajWor Dane, ArisU 7. Where Do Brokea IWts Go, Whitney Hutton, ArisU 8. Devil Inride, INXS, Atlantic Get 0,tt. My ft*Mnf.GetIntoMyC, BiBy Oenn, Jive/ArisU ^ 10OMSt.pUp.Bnw* Springsteen, Columbia taToareuift OfnflowlicT PhoM at 3-23oa K St4-18S1 to PlMoWutAdi PREB KnTBNS ANB PUPPII8 NBBD GOOD HOME. Call 2W4M78 anytfana. Found: Pregnant Female Blond Lab 4/28/88 On Lake Mead near Pueblo Blvd Call anytime. 564-7229 The Cat's Meow—Give a home to a tieautiful cat or kittens Over 75 to choose from Long & short hair, multitude of color';, 361-2484 84 CHEVY SILVERADO /Step-side. P/W, locks, Auto, mags, cruise, new paint job 42,000 miles $8,500. Call 293 1811. BC 1977 Oldmobile Starfire GT, 90,000 miles Runs well, won't pass smog test $400 or best offer Call 564-1881 weekdays only' Ask for Karl LOST & FOUND Lost: Male Shitzu, very short tail Vicinity Sellers Place, Pittman Tan & white Needs grooming. Answers4o Muffin, 564-6782. LOST: Day of explosion, male mixed shepherd Reddish gold color, answers to Ret3el Wearing chain collar ID & licensed. Ph 564-8015 A VIHKUS REWARD Lost Or stolen: Mobile telephbne from Backhoe on Chestnut St Walkie-Talkie type. Ph 565-0216 > PETS/ANIMALS MAYii HELP YOUGET YOUR DOG OR CAT SPAYED OR NEUTERED FOR A GRACIOUS DISCOUNT? 293 ^1 BCAaytime. Desparately needed—Older % Of 1 ton pickup or flat bed truck, util trailer, horse trailer. Must be reasonable. Or can be donated to Betty Honn's Animal Adoption, 1988 Charitable Tax Deduction, 361-2484 LOST POINTER/GREAT DANE MIX. LOOKS LIKE A ST BERNARD. WHITE WITH LARGE BROWN SPOTS FEMALE NAMED BETTYREWARD 454-508 6 Please mail all cash or check donations to Betty Honn's Animal Adoption, P 0 Box C, Henderson, Nv 89015 Tax time—Put unwanted Items to work, helping animals. Tax write off for 1987 Betty Honn's Animal Adoption IS in desparate need of vehicles, horse trailers, fencing .& bIdg materials of all" kinds 3612484 For adoption Dobies, Airedale, Boxer, Lots of pups Most (fwxadi breed dogs, $6ea Ph 361 2484 Big • dog lovers. Dobies, Shepherds, Afghans, Chow Ct}Ow, Labs and many more '361-2484 Donate unwanted Cyclone fenemg. Gate, pipe, any amount or size Betty Honn's Animal Adoption, 1988 Tax deductible. 361-2484 Wanted: Large parrott. Macaw, etc Must be reasonable or can be donated to Betty Honn's Animal Adoption 1988 Tax deductible for todays fair narket value For complete nfo. Ph 361-2484 Bett Honn's Animal adoption accepting unwanted pets of all kinds By app't only, homes are found. 361 -2484, Free puppies Mixed breed. Will be small dogs. Free kittens, all to good homes. Ph 564-2898. Sue or Steve Strayed, tri-colored Sheltie. Name Pnhce Ph 565-9311 Free to good home Toy Fox Terrier w/papers. Please call 565-5257 after 5 pm. SPAY OR NEUTB? YOUR PET FOR HALF PRICE SHOTS 25% OFF CAU VALLEY SAVE A PET 384-6049 (Ruby) or 642-8543 74 TBird, 460 V8. auto, air, PW, Wire wheel covers $600 or best offer 564-5219, No call after 9 pm Please. 77 Timberline, 22'/? ft. Sleeps 8, like new. Fully selfcontained Asking $5,000 Ph 564-7885 VOBDAVTO PARTS' 7. 2-7Z78LLatMdatka Ntw aO kBIO JOHN SONS. PMtMBDt.BC. •74 914 RED PORXHE New bres. Must see. $4,000 or best offer. 294-1690 BC. liel PONTIAC BONf^EVlLLE BROUGHAM Ful-^ ly loaded $3,200 Call al'er 4 PM Mon-Thurs Fn, Sat & Sun anytime 293-7009 BC 1966—Honda Interceptor. 7,000 miles, must sell $1,500^565-8200 1980 CHEVROLET CAPRICE CLASSIC 2 dr, V6, ps/pb, am fm cassettp player, cruise, tilt, power doors, windows and seats. Excel, cond $2,500 or best. Call 293-6447 after 6 pm, BC, BLUB JBAN JOBS opaalBfa for packart and aaaanblcra. Good pay. Flaxibia honn. Muat have talephoaa ft raUabla traaaportatioa. CaU todaj, TMMnOS. KELLY8ERVICES 3900 Paradiaa Road 8ta2Sl EOE, M/F/H/. No Fae US Law reqairas applicaata to ahow proof ofidaDtHyaadrti^tto ^AT I^R SALEIW Mark Twain 18 9' 188 Merc Cruiser I/O Tandem Trailer $5500 294 0185 BC 17' Seaflite, 140 HP Merc cruiser Removable top Trailer, Cover. $2000 Ph 5645950 -1 1978 Diamond Jubilee addition T-Bird, Excellent Cond, AC, stereo and cassette, electric windows, doors, tire like new, etc $2,500 or best offer Call after 5 p.mi 564-7666 1093 Buick Riviera, 6cyl, tur bo loaded $7,500. Ph 565-8008. 1973 DODGE VAN Royi Sportsman Good cond 293 5864 BC NteED A CART New in towaT Old u town7 No CMBtT Short time oo the M>T OBW 1100. $200. nOaorMIOdowntNeed an aatomobile to set around? Contact na. We ipprove our own ooatracts. Inatant delivery. We will pick you up ft bring you t>> our car lot. Just telephone 66im9, NEVADA AUTO SALES. 1813 N. BIdr. Hwy.. Henderaon. Nev. One block south of Sunaet Blvd. ft BIdr. HWT. 1987 Nissan Sentra, immaculate condition Best offer over low Blue Book. Ph. 564 9459 • 83 Ford XL-Van 45.000 miles, V-8 autooverdnve, air, tilt, cruise, cassette, P/S, dual tanks, + many extras New tires, like new 293-0820 BC Graduation special-1986 Celica GTS Exc condition. Low miles Fully loaded. Serious inquiries only, Ph 361 0353 eves after 6 30. Can you buy Jeeps, Cars, 4 X 4s seized in drug raids for under $100 OC Call for facts today 602-837-3401, Ext, 561 1984 KAWASAKI 550 LTD $1,000 13,000 miles. Call 294 1584 after 6 or 293-6 3 77 during days B C MOST FAITHFUL 1984 VW Rabbit Great mileage Must sell Day 294-1766. evening and/or msg 293-0528 BC. AUTOS FOR SALE BY GOVERNMENT, Boats, Vans, Trucks, Luxury Autos. I RED HOT bargains! Sales info 1-518-459-3734 Ext J5128, 24 hrs. Brand new Toyota Camry wagon. All power options including Sunroof Must sell Best offer 1-297-1543. 1978 Plymouth Fury w/air, spare carb computer, good shape. $700 Ph 564-3159, RADIATOR-SALES AND REPAIR 293-7278 Big John 4 Sons Foothill Dr BC. 1 Emmlaalon Control Smog Test, 7 days wk Mechanics on duty 7 days wk VERhl'S HEniDiilsdN TEXACO 3 E. Lake Maad (at Water) 565-0220 Production Assemblers Stock Clerk Mail Room Immadlata Opanlngs HENDERSON LOCATIONS LonQ tafm aaalonnMfita availL Muat bv-ablatowofli day •nd swing (hltt. Rallable Iranapoftation and pfton* art Factory Dlret aalHl* Boat* 18' (130 10) $8,495 19' (140 10) $9,950 20' (170 10) $12,950 21'(350 10) $15,950 ODown( aaalXM^TM COMPLETE BRAKE JOB Mschanio on duty. Bouklar City Texaco 567 Nev. Hwy. 294-1971 INQINi TUNE UPS Beuktor CKy T*XMO ser Nv. Hwy. St4't71 1987 Plymouth RdUint S7.000 or BMt 564-3540 3.000 mllM RMMISSION CONTROL CHECK STATION. 293-7278. BifJaha and Soaa. FootidU Dr. BC. 79 Lincoln Versailles Air, radio, tape deck Runs good $1,300. Ph 435-2092. 80 Honda Accord, AC. cruise, AM/FM. 8 track, new tires. $2,500. Good shape, Ph 5650411, EMPLOYMENT WENDY'S NEEDS-YOU Local franchise needs 10 dynamic people willing to work their way to the top. 2 plus years management exp & solid work history needed. Call Laurie Bergeson, 642-901 lor stop by at 1614 E Lake Mead, N Las Vegas, Nev. 89030 NEED BABYSITTER Will consider live in. Call Between 2-4 PM. 293-2500 BC. MAID SERVICE people intareatad In advanceinwit. Wrk witk a crew. Grimebaetera Maid Service. 796-1002. NEVER A FEE ///EASTRIDGE 798-TEMP 4220 So Hwytand Pliwy., Sto. 20S ••• • ••• • • Lake Mead Lodge has an opening for front desk clerk, Exp required. For interview call T Adams at 293-2074 Lake Mead Lodge has immediate opening for motel maid Exp prefereed Will tram For interview call T Ariams at 293-2074 Wanted: Man to nail skirting on trailer house $5 an hr Call 565-0070 CASHIER PART TIME HELP NEEDED 30 hours per week. Phone 564-3844 or 379 8504 Part time maids Good pay (or honest, dependable workers InstaClean 2933316 BC. GOLD STRIKE INN & CASINO in now taking applications for KENO RUNNER Apply in person. GOLD STRIKE INN AND CASINO in Boulder City now accepting applicatioris for CAGE CASHIER, Apply at cashier cage, BC PBX OPERATOR/RECtPTIONISTneeded4 30-8 PM, Thurs. Fri, Sat Must have experience By appointment only Call Alice at 293-4111 BC COSMETOLOGIST NEEDED Booth rental $350 per mo 293 5398 or 293-4348 BC RECEPTIONIST Opening for a non-smoker w/a pleasant disposition to greet our lobby visitors. As a telephone operator, good telephone manners are essential. Typing. 50 wpm required and calculator use helpful, as customer sales are invoiced. Call 293-3013. B.C. Now hihng full time and part time cooks & carhops for day & evening shifts. Apply ia person Mon through Fn between 2 & 4 pm ONLY at the Sonic Dnve In, 300 S. BIdr Hwy. Also faking applications for manager^ & ass't mgrs. Numerous openings. DEMONSTRATORS Christmas around the World IS now hiring FREE $300 kit. Free supplies. Great pay for fun work! Call for details 565-4777 GET PAID for reading booksl $100.00 per title. Write: PASE-B1890, 161 S. Lincdnway, N, Aurora, IL 60542 Help wanted: Part time driver, for Pickart's Auto Parts. 35-A E.Basic Rd.apply between 8 & 4 FRONT DESK RECEPTIONIST For busy Real Eastate office. Pleasant phone voice a must, knowledge of a multi-station phone system needed, light typing and ligfit general office duties, able to use general office machines Ask for Paul or Sherry, 564-6969 between 10 am to 6 Dm. MAIDS WANTED Sands Motel 809 Nev Hwy. BC, ARNIE'SARCO HAS OPENINGS FOR THE FOLLOWING SHIFTS: Days, swing, graveyard, and part-time. Please bring resume personally to 1025 NEV, HWY. BO COUNTER PERSON for Boulder Pit Stop Apply at '1615 Boulder Kyfry. BCT -' HIRING ALL SHIFTS Full or part time. Apply in person after 2 PM JACK IN THE BOX ItOI Nev Hwy, BC HOUSECLEANING Our residential team cleaning service needs you!! Become fully trained in this rewarding trade as an Annie the Maid fxxjsehdd technician, and BE PAID TO LEARNM $4 50 hr. to start If you recently lost your )ob at State Stove, COME & TALK TO US. For information call 739-8888 or come in to apply at 2565 Chandler #3, Park 2000 at Sunset & Eastern Were close to Henderson, EOE. ROOM AHENDANT Motor Inn needs applicant in the housekeeping dept for room attendant. Good Excellent fringe benefits, good working condition. Apply in person at Best Western Mardi Gras Inn, Mon through Fri 9 am to 5 pm. No phone calls please. 3500 Paradise Rd,, Las Vegas, Nev. Experienced back hoe operator & laborer Prefer exp w/pipe. Apply on Wed ONLY 9 am to noon at 153 W Lake Mead, BIdg 2, Hdn GOLD STRIKE INN & CASINO in Boulder City is now taking applications for the following position: WAITRESSES AND WAITERS for Coffee Shop, and BUS PERSONS Please see Jackie Smith, STEAK HOUSE WAITERS, please see Larry Rehder, All positions apply 111 person between 11 am-4 pm. BC. Construction cleanup girl, for new construction, damage repair cleanup, painting Ph 293-6497, after 6 pm Technician/VENDING MACHINE Service Technician Full Time Experienced Large Expanding Company, Full Company Benefits, Salary Commensurate With Experience. LAS VEGAS. (70 2) 736-9404 CITY MANAGER CITY OF HENDERSON, NEVADA (Pop 54,590) Seeks proven administrator to provide high performance in exciting, diverse, open, participative, and timedemanding setting. Broad local development of infra structure. Strong generalist with detail oriented management ability, superior communication skills, and sensitivity to human and en vironmental rapid growth issues Pfflfef degree irr bo^jjifiess^sr put)lic administration, plus successful expenence as chief executive or assistant in fullsendee government: strong record of accomplishments, txjsiness approach to pulalic management. Appointed by five-member City Council, elected on nonpartisan basis with overlapping terms. Responsibilities inclmle direction of wide range of governmental services $57 million budget, 359 fu)l-tim3/76 part-time employees Salary $55,000 $75,000 + benefits Full resume by June 6, 1988, to Janice Wiese. Director of Personnel. 243 Water Street, Henderson, Nevada 89015, (702) 565-2070 Include a narrative on managing people toward completion of projects AN AFFIRMATIVE AC TION/EQUAL OPPORTUNI TY EMPLOYER Phone aalee trainees. Earn np to $5 to $10 per hr. while you learn. Exdtidg opportunity in the telemarketing ileld. Super working conditions. Part time, workI ins 5 days per week. Selling subacriptiona to the Las Vegas Sun. Call 734-3130 Mon through Fri. 1 pm to 4 pm. FOOD SERVER experience preferred. Full or part time, Guys Villa Capn 1634 Nev. Hwy BC AVON EARN EXTRA MONEY YOUR WAY Just us* your boauty and fashion sonso to supplomont your Incomo. Soil whoro you work, whoro you play or whor* you llvo. ^ Your customers sre siresdy your frionds snd co-wor1(ors ^ Receive invslusble sales trsining ^ Every Avon product is unconditionsHy gusrsnteed To find out mor* about this exciting now way to earn extra money without a lot of extra work, call Avon today at 564-1521 Henderson—Qreen Vaiey—Boulder CHy Las Vegas Wash Boulder Beach Sharon Avery, DIst. Mgr. Gaming is growing at a record pace* ...so is the demand for skilled Electronic Gaming 11^cllnicians. The growing casino industry is presenting" great career opportunities for qualified people. Call Today 873*2345 Nevada Gaming Schools can train you and help place you in the electronic gaming industry in as little as 15 weeks. Financial aid is available and classes start every weeb. Nnnda Gaining Sdioois '16 yea/3 experience in training tM/oe pMcemenr^ 3100 Sirius Awenue Las Vegas, Nevada 89102 May 17. 1968 Hendsrtea HOOM News, Unimm, Nevada Psge IJ ENERGETIC GIRL WANTED part time in Housecleaning business Good pay 293 1917 BC Case Plores IMexicsn Restaursnt, Boulder City, 930 Nev. Hwy., now tsking appliestions for waiters or wsltresses. Bus boys, hostesses and cooks. Apply In person 8 am to 10 pm. -TEACHER NEEDEDElementary Teacher, Substitute Teacher or Teacher with College Credits in Child Devel-1 opment •Name Own Hours* Oaklane Pre-School Academy 130S Wyoming St. BC 293-5168 Wanted: Local help to do yard work weekly. f>hone 564-7433 N>PJ!!?Hon being aoeepted for Church Nursery Alter*danl. $6.00 par hr. Over 21 8AM-12PIM Sundave. Aieo need eomaona 8-8 PM Sunday night* Ptione 23-7773 or come to weekdays to Chrlitian Center, 571 Adems Blvd BC We could use teen hel pers also, S3 35 per hr Management trainee. Busy vocational trade school needs sharp self starter to recruit student prospects through public sun/ey Salary plus commission. Bonus, overrides Excellent earning potential Call Mr Riari 5653778 MAY SPECIALS Qreet buys on niffle brsnd Hems tPECIAL GROUP Odds and Ends values to $71.99. 40% to 80% o SPECIAL (WOUP Tops and Shorts. Valued to $40.99. Your choice $10 00 SPECIAL GROUP Dresses-values to $150.99, 20% to 60% off CUtrONMAMMXIS (neNng Werma) caNRUMnir •••-01 It RNB. LPN, NA'e BOULDER CITY AND HENDERSON • EXCEIXENT SALARIES •FLKXIBLE 3CHEDUUN0 • EXCEIXENT BENEFITO .DAILY ANV WEEKLY PAY OLSTEN HEALTH CARE SERVICES WF ARr nPn,r9?J}^*2S^l'^ Maureen WEAREpEDICATED TO PROFESSIONAL CARE GIVERS JEWELRY BOX Custom Jewelry, All R^wirs, Free Watch Estimates, Appraisals. 414 Nevada Hwy. 2944)677 B.C. O^A, UJJPJ., AlBiOSNS, Reg.. lar-2iidDa7Nezt Day Air... Bee'e Baeinesi Service, 527 Hotel Plasa^ (at the Village). B.C. 8 a.in.-6 p.in. MoaFVi. 293-6266. MISCELLANEOUS RESORT MARINA ^ LAKE MEAD RESORT nas immediate openings lor the (ollowing full and part time positions Food Server. Bus Person, Retail Clerk, Cashier, iet up Person (small boats), Maid, Janitor, and Resort Maintenance Contact P Chandler or E Tomtja 293-3484 —. Concwsiona'fp Qi Nahonal Paik Service EOE • nory INSURANCE SECRETARY Farmer's lnsurarx;e in Boulder City has an operv ing for the position of lnsurarx;e Secretary. Farmer's Insurance expenence preferred, but not i '^f^.y/?^ -^usf have good Qeneral Office skills. *" Ne^ fjo^itionfiiied by June 1. CJontact torn or Scott 294-0808 for appointment. 521 Nevada Hwy. bouioer City ANTENNA ROTATOfl CDR S50 2938897 BC TWO BURIAL PLOTS fOH SALE in beautiful Memo Gardens Memorial Park, Value S665 ea Make offer 2931780 Want to buy Good used Vt inch or V* inch 4X8 plywood sheets Need 100 sheets. Will pay 2 to 4 dollars per sheet debending on condition. 1 723-5436 or 565-0281 after 3 pnn DON'T THROW AWAY YOUR OLD BICYCLES. I'll give you $5 to $10 depenj dma on „ condition, pfii 564-5189 anytime. River Run Shell w/carpet kit. Fits long bed truck. $400 FIRM Ph 565-0967 BMutlful Brand Nmw Storia Cook Wood-burning Siova. Braaa Trim — Muat Saa To Appradaia. S6S'1888 IBM Setetive. $150. IBM Standard D Model, $100 Make otter. 565-9977. H & S LAWN CARE Complete lewn eervlce, tree i ehrub care, automatic eprlnklera. Lie #449(H) HaroM ir Sharon CrHcfier 294-6200 CAR CARE SERVICE Lube, ai. FHter Mechanic on duty. • eiMer CHy Texeco 107 MOT. Hwy. te4-ie7l EMMISSION CONTROL Boulder CKy Texeco 567 Nev. Hwy. 294.1971 Repair, Sales. Service Buying Ckx:ks in need of repair 564-3309 RADIO WORLD 2 way Radio Sales & Service "•'CB-—Annateur—Commerclaf—Msffin Now open in Marahall Plaza at 1656 Nev. Hwy. B.C. 294-2666 For sale: refrigerator, 565-6318 Whirlpool Almond. HELP WANTED PERSON TO DELIVER PAPERS TO NEWS BOYS SOMETIME DURING THE EVENING WEDNESDAY NIGHT, 1 DAY ONLY— MUST HAVE TRUCK OR VAN. CALL 293-1701 FOR MORE INFORMATION BOULDER CITY NEWS MOVING SALE: Everything cheapl Refrigerator, den turn Call 564-6913. 3 ft high, 5 ft wide Bronze wirv dow & screens Dual pane. $45 Ph 565-6384 COMMODORE 128 COM' PUTER Color pnnter, rrwuse, software Must sell 293-6098 BC For sale: Rascal Roller wheelchair or scooter. Cost $2350. Take best offer. Ph 564-4440. Couch, rocking loveseat, floral design. Asking $150. Ph after 4, 564-5366 Washers, dryers, ranges, refrigerators. Guaranteed A-1 Appliances, 564-9000. 520 W Sunset, Hdn CHRISTIAN CENTER DAY CARE (CHILD CAm-PRC-SCHOOL-KmOEmARTEN • Erom AND AFTER SCHOOL CARC roa ELEMENTARY AOE-PREE TRANSTORTATKN^ •2 YEARS THROUGH )TH GRADE •OPEN W KU-he P.M. •STATE LICENSED ^ •fflOH STAFF RATIO, Al TEACHERS •LITTLE PEOPLES WOWCSHOP CDlUUCin,UM •LOTS OF T1.C Phone 293-2360 S71 Adema Blvd. HOME OF CHRISTIAN CENTER SCHOOL (Kindergarten through 8lh gn6) WOMEN'S BIBLE STUDY INTER. DENOMINATIONAL ^rwrj WadiMaday el 9-JO •jm.SnA4mmBM.rtm behriitttag awl nhe* • Mto. If yum • a MWe tltrntim CHf, • • d Mak • • frlMdi. Phoae M-7771 The Beet Coet Leee—AJoe Vera Jaice. 100% aatoral A flaTored. 564-1648 ARE YOU LIVING WITH A DRINKING PROBLEM? If so, why not try AlAnon? Meeting are Tues 10 am at St. Timothy's Episcopal Church Tues, 830 pm Club 51. Wed, 8 pm, St Rose de Lima Hospital. Fnday pm 7:30 Water & Power BIdg Nevada Highway, Boulder City. For more information call 565 9963 Hdn. CollectorBuys old mag's (pre'fiO);! documemtl autograph|1 first itsuesl Special interest inHoHywood, scientists & gov'l. Also, old U.S coins. Cad ijelween 10 & 6 PM. daily 565-0161. RARE LADES SADDLE $500 BC WESTERN 293-1682 I CLOCK REPAIR •Antique & Other •Grandfattier •Wall •Modern Buf, Son, Tfada Fliminafe Stress A-1 APPUANCC SERVICE SALES SE/tVICe PARTS •Waahers •Dryara •Refrigerators Reconditioned Querenteed SiRVICB CALL AND ISTIMATI S1S.00 520 W. Suneet Ph 564-9000 WILLOW BEACH RBSORT AND MARINA is looicing for friendly peopia for Immediate employment. Full time arxl part time positions avaliabie. (702) 293-3776 (602) 767-3311. AulMrltM CwtMMIonalra of NMonat ^irti tovlM McDONAUM BOUUMER CITY now taking applications for all tfilftt. Grill, •ervlce, cleaning peraonnel. Weekends preferred. Apply In person weekdays 2-5 P.M. BC. RESUMES COMPOSED, EDITED & TYPED also CONTRACTS. LETTERS & WILLS at Bee's Business Services. 527 Hotel Plaza (at the Village), B.C. 2935361. 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Mon-Fri. MAIDS Trainees accepted Apply mornings. Best Western Lighthouse Inn, 110 Villa Dr Boulder City. Nv. Babysitter needed. In my home for 3 children Mature lady preferred. 1,30 pm til 11 pm. Ph between 3-6 pm o'clock on Tues & Wed. 564-7072 McDonald's of Green Valley now hiring for position for Janitorial service. Hrs are from 10 pm to 6 am Apply in person any day 10 am to 6 pm, at 2550 E. Sunset Rd. FULLTIME DENTALASSISTANT Experience required. Salary Negotiable Call Debbie 293-0373 BC Experienced cocktail waitress wanted. Apply in person 2 pm—5 pm at Nick's Supper Club, 15 E Lake Mead, Hdn. THE THIRD LORD'S ACRE AUCTION *Darwin Bible AUCTIONEER ^ DATE: MAY 21. 1988 TIME: 1:30 P.M. until ? PLACE: 609 E. HORIZON DR. AT TRUFFLES KOUNTRY KITCHEN: 11 A.M.-? P.M. (Tavera Sandwichea, Driiika, Bakery Goodsl FOR INFORMATION CALL: 565049 PAYMENT CASH OT CHECK WITH OUARANTEE CARD ONLY CONSIGNMENT ITEMS ACCEPTED SPONSORED BY; FIRST HENDERSON UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Lawn Mower, Electric 18 Black & Decker New bag Before 9, after 3, $65. Ph 565-621.*! AIR CONDITIONER 4 Ton w/10 KW heat strips. Exc cond. $200 293-4757 BC and/or LOSE WEIGHT RESULTS GUARANTEED Group or Private Ses.'5i'}PS CALL MASTER QUITTERS 293-2515 !^ RV Roof Air Duo-Therm. '. 11,000 BTU All hardware. Works great. $ 100. Leonard, ^ • 564-3344 ., ,/ • • • • \/ .. MOWER REPAIR Complete spring service $30. Motor home and truck repair A-1 Truck, and Equipment Repair, 1105 Industrial 293-7335. BC., Vertical rhini & wjanetian blinds. 5Q%of. 565-495dv For sate: Magnum Electric Trolling motor. • <3Foot operated. $80. 564-7630 WEIGHT LOSSTJHE EASY WAY. (Be you;seff agam) Money baok guaremtee 564-1648 • •Tiake 5 At J 2" ori May 5, National Day Of Prayer, to apljt Government leaders arid.• ThankGodforpastaridiiture blessings on America. APPETITE, • CONTROL PATCH New breakthrough safe effective, 10(V money back-, guarantee, $33.00 moiitii -supply,$43.00 distritxjtor kif, majtilevel opportunity AQU-PATCH, Box 398. Pocahbntas, Arkansas r2455y • • • _r • 9i^ASHER/DRYeR' • good cond,"30 day warranty $125 iea 293-4447 BC Furniture for sale Couch,, loveseat, freezer, bdrm set... And more. 564-1658 Musken above ground swimming pool, 18X33 Standing now if you want to sefr-$500. Ph 565-0411. Used,*Matched set washer/dryer Gibson Model Working condition. $75 ea. Call 564-0108 for sale: Snug top, camper shell Fits lortg bed Ford.-^ $350. Ph 294-0668. RefrigiBr^tor, washer, dryer. rrncrowavevTV w/stand, din^ • fig room sdt (10 pcs $1500).'-. many more itern^, .293-2396• BC ,-: • ;; • -' ,• -^ ——* : •• • -" Are ydu moving'> Boxes for 5 bedroQHis plus house. AW for $50. Youpick up, 293-2396 &C Electric dryer, Norge,''220 V, $100 Pf-i. 564-9459/-' 55 Ford Truck, $400 FIRM:Ca/1 for details, i2 gun cabinet, $100, sej^OeM Child Video Smart feachjng ; computer for sate w/2 cassettes Plugs into VCR. $50.., Ph 564-2811 833 NEVADA HWVn BOULDER CITY (702) 293^171 • —i— AprmwrniScjai: {Bob Blair. Broker 293-2049 Patty Gnffey-SpeCT 293407'5 Criatina Antonio 293411ft Ricli Moynihaa Pul Ryn ... : Andrea Aadanon 293-1802 293-6406 29M228 INDEPENDENT MOVERS • One Room or Hoiiaeful • Ptaaoe or Any Heavy LoM ^Specialising in Henderaon and Boulder City Free Eetimetee emd Reaeonabh Ratee 293-7911 SUN REALTY %C "THE REAL ESTATE PROFESSIONALS" 1311 Nvadt Hwy., BouldrClty, Nevada 89005 24 HOURS (702) 293-2151 V^ ^i^ YOUR ONE-STOP REAL ESTATE COMPANY AFFORDABLE-3 BEDROOMS-BC:1Voii't last, several Lewis Homes priced to sell now, appper SO's and low 90's. CALL NOWl FEWER & FEWER: Cnstom home bdhfing lota in BC to chooae from; if yon plan to build in next 18 montha call us TODAYI PLANS CHANGED?r?: Wont need that BC building lot after all?? do ckll na now for fair pricing and marketing plena—NO BLUE SKY. only aerioua aellera need apply—call 293-2151 nowl -^ ADULT CONDO-BC 2 bedrooa-$4,000 CASH!; No qualify—no aecond, only caehl Lovely home, like a model, heatlh forcee aele. Call uaNOW. HENDERSON INVESTMENT: R-J, 'i acre, off Boulder Hwy and Sunset, only $70,000. B.C. CLASSIC RefnrUahed UedMoia. hardwood floora, and more. AaUng S77,M0. See tUa today! 5E" WRITER'S STUDIO-JUST FOR YOU. All the extras indndiat pcivaey + filee atorage and ^ bookahehreaaUboilt^Oa^ 166,000. See todny I "ON THE RESERVATION" Excellent S^iedroom, ecreeaed petio, GREAT ROOM, lota of RV parUng + overaiaa double gerage. All for only I9S,200. Asaumable loan too. CaU now. BOULDER CITY COMMERCIAL LOT: -croas from McDonalds A Kentucky Chicken, SJ75,000 cash for fast sale. "IN-LAW QUARTERS" along with lovely cuatom family home only S107,S00T CaU now for details. UNDER CONSTRUCTION: 1400 Pueblo. 1177300, Greet/view, luxury 2,400 aq ft on Vi acre. See plane, ehooee your peraonal itema today. CaU for afpafataeat to review plane, etc View OF LAKE MEAD: thie kuniry condo hea all the amenities (evan an aaaumaUe 9 Ji% FHA loan.) A aiaat-eee at SllOJSOO today. FOURBEDRObMS IDEAL 2,150 sq. ft. FAMILY HOME 4 large bedrooma, 2 FULL BATHS. F^. Covered patio, INGROUND SPA. AutO sprinklera $106,500.00. DELUXE CUSTOM HOME-3,700 • Sq. Ft. 2/4 be.. Car gar + 1'X22' riniahed atorage area, SPECTACULAR VIEW OF LAKE MEAD—many more extraa $699,000.00 NEAT AS A PIN home in weU esUbUshed neighborhood. 2 car finished garage. Pool, lush landacaping. RV parking. $129,900. VERY NICE NEAT FAMILY HOME Preetigioua area, pool, w/solar cover, fireplace, block fence. 2 car garage. See it and buy today. $156,000. THREE BEDROOMS UPGRADED LEWIS HOME. Cuatom F.P. SWIMG. POOL, 2 SPAS, CUSTOM KITCHEN 2 covered Patioa $116,000.00 POPULAR LEWIS FLOOR PLANPaoL Fa with large breekfaat bar A F.P. Snaroom wHh SPA, ExceBeat neigghberbood ONLY $123,60a00. CUSTOM HOME-2 be. Fem. raa. 2 car t^, fenced yard, tile roof $114,777. TWO BEDROOMS Totally upgraded Btarter home. New roof, central air and boat. Nice neighborhood. $72.5I0. FIXER UPPER-U mature erce. Bring toole 4 OFFER JODAY $42,000. MOBILE HOMES EXCEPTIONAL BUY! In Gingerwood Adiilt park-12'X60' pluarXlS' Add-ARoom 1 bednn. 1 be. Central AC/Heat Priced .to SeU. $18,500. MT. VISTA EST. ^bedrm, 1 be. 1 car finished gar. lO'XlO' Deluxe Stg. bIdg., new carpet, window covering. Block wall auto sprinklers $66,500.00 RENTAL^ 4 Bed. 2 be. L.R. a FAM. RM--workshop. Call for details. Children & one pet OK. COMPLETELY FURNISHED 1 Bedrm. 2 ba. Condo, ground floor. 2 carporta. Avail Apr. i-eni of Oct. ADULTS-Non smokers only JUST BRING YOUR TOOTHBRUSH & CLOTHINGEVERYTHING ELSE IS HERE $400.00. 2 be
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I MHHiHHH PagtM BMM Ntwi^ B f itr^fc. NtvMa XMi7. May iClM 'Vow* lMon: SpeoiaNtt teacher. Flo Raymond, accapMif iBHpNa. AHagoa, t A up mp for tnfivnmr*. ihofanr, oooupaHon, lion. MQkwwra to •orwt Irainod CaN Cowt Muaic Shidto pfoduottona. >*lAiOLIIIdf4:taachr of nela, Ro HaytTwnd A agaa. 7 to 77 Plus Laarntng piano inlnxkicaf you to many kaybowd InKrumentt & mualc In (lonoral Opaningt availabia R>S5-649. Gorki Covt MUSIC Studio Produ ctions Per salat bawadralt Hardworking family man does yard wodi. odd job lawn tarvica. CaN Earl, Vocal. Piano or Organ Muaic' •vailabia lor all events High Standard muse. For information ph Coral Cov^ Music Sludio Productions (Fto Raymond. Director-Singer) 5658469 Vocal Coachina small groups, adults Thursday evemngs Coral Cove Muse Studio productions 565^469 INTERIOR DESIGNS FURNITURE CARPETS • DRAPERIES WALLPAPER BMI priew in Nevaib SLEEP SHOP I 6790 Boukhr Hwy^ LAS VEGAS 220 N. B(Mld Hwy^ HENDEKSON 565-5911 STOMAQI IKMIWIT New I MawlaiR Vlata 4ffHff9 FACE THE MUSIC Oiiitar Lesaons Call Bd Miekle 9M-9220 I 5M-9221 I ARfHkkTlA-Paeaie treat jrearaelf. N "'M. Oel rslhf ar bMk, CM k ma INSURANCE TOO HIGHT 1V MMV IMafeir SR^Naadad? ORB liomm bmama Aftacf Gnm Vall^ 451-55SS RIO YOURSiU Of* UNWANTEO HAIR ^wlth I LKTR OIYSIS^ nw.CwtMiltattofi—Tax OaduetlM-armanant \ • U^^HKai^LM^UK^ ^^ ^^MMMIBM MI Mask I Ml NISI Mill PrwIVBBIOIMI Pini m W Lafce Meai M.. M MAKE YOUR APPOINTMENT TO HAVE YOUR SWAMP COOLER serviced before hot weather Call 293-4447 BC A CUnon PAINTINO. TINTING, WAUPAPBRING.AND CABINTT iREPINISHING lBtfar*bt(ar.lUaMetM*wiw8hl.Dr • llli.^^-^-B--'—;Uo.NaOO8S80O t PRVWAU BQuklr City Paint Cntr Contracting Strvica serving BouldtrClly, HmKhmtn S Surrounding Amtu •COMMERCIAL •RtaiDfNTIAL •INDUaiRIAL On Blt0 Colour Gonm Mn§ CALL FOR mi ItTtMATn rfloing volOQ MN^jBHMn MPOrv fTP0l#CI VomHomok m^mt f wnh A l tor^ ob k Quamr STUBBfS AUTO t MARINE "eASONABLE t PROFESSIONAL WOUK y"1=^ •S64-9116 kitLA LA W2t .JL M uH SM.tM7 CARPENTRY WORK •Concrete •Electrical Senior ENaoount CaU 6644662 LsrreMssssgB Loaof oifMNn> For Buslnass Cards, Ele. Ba4-iaai DIkD HOMB MWyiC K MoJtO TooBmii •Yardwork and Cksan Up •Maintanance •Qenaral Handyrrtan QytKty Wtrti Lc 4aaso 293-48S6 • rqy •aARAai coNvmtiONt •RiTANIt •NIW CONtTRUCnON MPawr eotmmnvt jum OUR JffTW yiM M aOMLMR C/TT ax "CURLY" aMHTN CONtTRUCTION INTHIDOMI 293-^1613 Carpenter, specialties, front door entries Call 646-0787. Blakeley Construction Lie No 0025913 Will repair any damage $15 fee for bid. Refundable if awarded job. 565-9043 {KOZAL'S TRAviS CONNECTIONS 1 ecilhiM ft t> tared walls. Over M m up. laCUeMoarsauNevaii LkVmn. BoadaAft St Uc. fOOISMP Morrison GeorfsC. BrveaU 4SMDIt EUdrteml I— Morrison 825 Chorry MIk* Morrison Hcndorson, NV Offko 564^185 89(115 AIR COMDITIONING SERVICE Uc. •1I4S4 CtHH.T.C. I rrMOWwiry' VKtiion Traval I • A Lin* TidiM Ahiwy* AccurM I I Msfwatf I Jfair'NNUb MM S. laatani /M ta Via. Nstr. House 8f TPivel We honor 9II advertised speoal air, cruise and package fares For information. Phone — 111 W. U*t MMtf IP. MMI. thfv m. •-• tat. M HANDYMAN -CAU VAN •AppUiaoes •Auto Air Good •Carpentry ft Calnnets SO JOB TOO SMALL 564-^77 SERVICES THOMPSON'S COOLER SERVICE ft HOME MAINTENANCE. Prat setJaMtaa. 5e542. Air Coolers Sales Services, installation on all makes Senior Citizen discount Ph 458-1115 EARL'S TYPEWRITER REPAIR Spedtiiang in IBM and 9inithA3oronB Typewnters Free in shop eatmatec WJ Federal 665^30 lie. 101046788 owamp cooler tuneup. m eludes pads, lube, system check. i25. Further parts A labor extra. Call Jeff 565^)947 HAUUNG, CLEANUP, ft YARD WORK. ODD JOBS. Prae catteatM. Crtl Taay 5eOS58. SWAMP COOLER SERVICE Pds,$1 Change $24 CommaiDal and Induatnal coolers PDora. Additkyial parts & labor extra Senior Citizen Disoount, 20% off Labor In business 5 yrs Hdn resident 20 yrs FRANK HARWOOO'S COOLER REPAIR 565-7107 Work guaranteed Horr>e repair & remodelling An)*Ttng in ifie home or yard We'N work within your insurarx^e claims 25 yrs exp Work guaranteed Nolan Bloom, 56M196 SEWING MACHINES &• VACUUM CLEANERS REPAIRED Soranaons 1664 Nav Hwy 293-3770 BC I WILL CLEAN YOUR GARAGE FOR $15, plus anything of value Ph 564-5189 anytime. BLAKELEY EXCAVATION 565-9077 I can dig it! I can move it I Bv the bour-br the Job. ^ Lie 10024515 PAINT AVERAGE HOUSE $200.21 yrs experience. Work guaranteed. Call Jiaii 43^200 8. HENDERSONS li c e n es d HamlymaB. Ben DcPne. Hire one asaa to help von repair it alL Phuabteg, walla, paint, electric oeincnt, oarpantry, seeority sya^ tanm, burglar alarms, long tiDM local referencee. Not a state oontractor, 5S5-740S. KEirs MUnENANCEt HANOnUN SERVICE All types of mslntsnance •RvsMantlal •Conim*reial / can fix or msks most anything 293-00451 FEAfiSOK MASOm •453-1869 •565^9069 209 Fostar Ava. Handarson, Nav. 89015 Jack ,ECi LAl^^#AihC0MDiti0MiN6 HEATINQ AND SKEET METAL •Heat Pump Cartffied •Service A Inaiallatlon • M a l nlawa m a Contracts •RaatdanUal ft Commercial 'Cvapofalive Coolars *Alr Syatam DaatQn eBauMarCttf* •Now Conalnictlon Al^Vaoas* •TATIUQINai U eeam d UiwB Cn ^BeidwiUal ft Commwdri Laiidecs|)inf • Sprialtler Repair and Inetallatkm. ( • -Claaii up, Thatdi, Fertiliae ft Reused. nKKSBTUIAnS M S44-474I QwJity work that wUI beantifyyow home Lie. ft Bonded. Pros EaUmataa. Reaideatlall krtlata lOKtW j (702)293-47g7i 1S538 AU-BRITE CLEANING Carpet, Furnrture, & Drapery Cleiino itSatisfactKxi Guaranteed Lcensed, BorxJod, & Insured Free Esbmatee EAGER BEAVER Landscape ft lawn M s imenanoe RsaldsnHsi Commefoal CompMs Landscape Ronovabons Log Edgings-Ortp Wstsrirto Syslsme Roto-TMno ft BaoMKM Servtoe IN8TA41EAN MAIW JANimULSnVKI ProlessKX^ daaning service tor rWdertial and oommofoalAI phases of general cMmng covered mdudmg carpet deening, waX/ ceilings washed Acoucticat tilas claanod 29MS16 •rilBVABA Free Estmsies L 113457 air CdHaraie 9t Hean t AM-I PM Mly t AM-lt AM lak • Mill umtmm JOHN'S NAMDYMAM SERVICi §f H m90do tlMlm§, Iwm tbi H CflfpMilfyy B99intfalt nMifM^ CmUJpim 3^9^6417 BOULDER CONCRETE WANTS TO MEET YOUR CONCRETE NEEDS KR ma ESTUIATES AMD QUALITY mtnaiANSHIP CALL laCK CASEY BOULDER CITY 293-1571 HOWARD HELDERLEIN CONSTRUCTION Commerdal—Reaidential—Remodela and Additkma licenae 021013 565^74 OUDTOM MAILBOZIS WBLDDfORIPAm WIATimVANn ,. (PliUnfWonu) tall BSPKBT 5664)118 AARON FENaNQ Fra EaUmatM Chain Link ft Weed Fencing 20 Yaara Exp. Ph. 451-I1M) L_tiUc. ti382.j J aJt "Oir^rSniNh aaoa-a iM-wti since lau PMIMfi ft PIIPBIIMIiaNG mmmmmmam Jual came out ol rsSfsmenl and need the worK. No job too smal or too large Commercial & roekJenlial. FMa ft Mtehael Tharp Ph 702-1-372-CM2 ue. m. 9tnn^ utMilTt YOU NAME IT. wra DO IT. ROIOVmAL ftOOMMBKML •AddMna. •Ramodal or •Repair Ue. Ne. 144n. Ph.HMl4 THE SALVATION ARMY IS IN DESPERATE NEED OF FURNITURE AND CLOTHES. PLEASE CALL THE SALVATION ARMY PICKUP AT 649-2374-6-€ j coNniocnoN 08. •Commercial •Raaldanlial •AddWona 2M-7703 Lie. #0027156 •TRACTOR GRADING •CONCRETE SAW CUTTINO •CONCRETE nNISHING 293-6843 PRAffiCS TV fr APPLIANCE SAUESI PorkihoMi M6-0M0 MAMMMUr •VftWIMU MMCO WAMSUMTr STATtOm cm STIVE NRDLAND IFFY Pn RIM LAWN CARE IP* Wmk Wyu Ym FUj" 599-1993 WAtHIR A DRYIR RIPAIR Huntar tpraiiaa 8M4707 QARDMBR WHI cut your lawn for $10 Froo Eatlmatoo Uconood Ph 5^3-7449 CAREVB CARPET A FURNITURE hAn T— Buitk Bade 515800 Compiefe • •71 22PIIC1SI M^tl PAINTING WE DlLlVER NO EXTRA CHARGE! aoataa aseme Ucensed-Bohded-lnsufed— 649 5905 384 6781 2305 E L..k* Wx] '117 S M n Si Oc>n riiiy s>-b ••.i *i 30 •ciosro SUN • .C. CANVAS SKCtALTIDS SpeciaJiwiQ m Cuatom float Canvas iCa. 11ti Na.isis7 CaU 293-4899 Et YOUR WHOLE H0U9CII Tpr 2540 E. Charleston Boulevard 382 7953 LftiSmNISTORAOI. MOl AtW Afn. Bd& 1 Mack aaislh af BUr ajL'** itaioi lo^ao > Ncwtar saB inBrakedrapiv A reiara, reenrfeaf^. Caateas MW mmmit T ftaatftrMa JUm Newt, RaaiarMa, Nevada Page ii J[—4= May it WmWm BABYSiTTER NEEDED 1-3 days per week. Preferably In our home lor adorable to mo old girl. 293 3463 BC BatiyiMnamyhofne.24hr8 a Any ue. Hoi meals. 6^6-0471 or S64-S388. SUMMER CHILDCARE 4 yrs ftolder.$10adayMonfPrl. Lg5^Pfc trip.. M^ done U* ndry A Hoaaadeanlng Servloe -Lowmt Rtteo-^ u 564-9927 HOUfiECLEANIlfO-I deliBnaerlsaniat. I aas with rofsMMsa. CaV NANCY at 5144101. HsMLArsa. BabysMing in my horne DAYS ONLY Fenced play yard Close to park. Mottier of 2 0 Sunset Rd walking distance to Hinman School 5647535 INSTA-GIiAN MAnV lANlTOIUAL SERVICE Professional cleaning service for residenfial and commercial All phases of general cleaning covered including carpel cleaning, vraH/ ceilings washed Acoustical tHes cleaned. 288^16 BabysffHer needed?? We will take care of your children in our loving homes Individual attention & creative activities provided Call 565 7485 or 565-0823 between 8 am & 9 pm. Former pre-scfiool teactier will care for your child in my home Mon through Fri. Call 5642446, If you're looking for TLC, I will watch your children anytime. All meals inteuded Reliable references, reasonable rates. Call 293 5848. NEED A BABYSinER^ I will tiabysit days or graveyard, my home. 1 wk old to ''''' Please call 564-8269 anytime Housecfeaning, we clean it all! Ovens, windows, floors walls Guaranteed "Mother in Law Clean. Call Judy -5 64^)'ie3:Loving Mom-will do babysitting in my home, across from Robert Taylor elerientary 565-8453 MAGICAL MAIDS Quality work at reasonable prK;es. 293-1917 BC. Experienced mother of 1 wiH babysit your child, 0 to 1 yr old In my Highland Hills home at reasonable rates. Call 564-0078 Christian Mother wishes to sit days for toddler MF Good rates for both of us. 564-3301. CHILD CARE IN MY LOVINQ HOME Newtiorn to 10 yrs. Experienced Transportation to and from Elementary Hot meals & Snacks pra vided 6 am to 6 pm Mon thru Fri Reasonable rates Planned lessons. 293-1996. BC JOB OPPORTUNmES Vend National Sales Leading Candles, Nuts, Gums, Mints, Novelties, in routes using Advanced Machines, Superior Locator-Trainers' Requires Car, $5,000 00, reliability. Call Business Hours 1-800-354-6 3 63 AIRLINES NOW HIRING. Flight Attendants, Travel Agents, Mechanics, Customer Service, Listings Salaries to $105K Entry level positions Call (1) 805667 6000, Ext A 5695 Work Ctothes Rental now taking applications for full and part time production work in Industrial Laundry. Hours Vary Mon through Fri. No weekends. Apply at 568 Parkson Rd Mon through Fn. 9 am to 3 pm.' Ground level Boulder Hills Condo. E bdrp 2 bathPool B Bdrm Overland Condo. Upgraded S nicely decoratedIncl appliances*53i5DDNewest House on the Street IbSD sq fti 3 Bdrms S bath on corner lot*TSiSOD 8 owner will help finance!!! mS sq ft 3 Bdrm E 1/E ba Block home centrally located*'=IS-.DDD. 3 Bdrm S Bath immaculately kept*hone on cul-de-sac. lb3E sq ft manufactured home features open floor plani B Bdrms 1 3/M bath. flagnificent unobstructed view of Lake Mead! Splitlevel Lake Terrace CondoOwner will help finance!! Ib3li sq Custom h S car ga ina Highland adr*fli.,5 bath pbol.' 3 Bdrm S bath Super-custom home in .secluded cul-dar sac*-^k*^ar garage! ^-TT—-7 exclusive: 3 Bdrm 5 1/B ba • 3 car garage. Luxurious custom* located in* prestig: ious subdivision• 5a7-.0D0. Beautiful 2 car gar land custo mi E bathi ina HighCustom home building lots in Lake Terracei Lake Head View-. B-Hill. Call for Hap. Environs Realty will soon be BOULDER DAH REALTY Vatch for our new signs!! CALLtA.M.-8PJI. Cari Cowan, Broker 293-I4M Max Aahbaagk 29M466 Mary Board 2S3-7264 EUsa Laasb Stroaiborg 2SM608 Immadiate opening for Dental asalalant, career minded For applk^tion call 5643460 Nalief Driver: Senior Citizens Vehicles. Must be on call for sick leave ft vacations. Health Card & Driver's License Call 565-6990 ~ DM wida moMa home In via HerrtKiaa AduR ^aa, 2 bdrm. IVi Whs, NICE. $18,000 Ph 565 8517 PgRSONALS Custodian; Senior Citizens Center 4 hrs per day Title V position. Income cahnot exceed $480 83 per 1 Family Household $644117 per ^ family household 565 6990 i*aaea*ii*a* AIDE 'lf $4.25 Hft," Looking for^^pature gal to care for elderly man in private' home Differfentshifts available. Call today. NEVER AJ^EE CAREERS PLUS TEMP 795-1055 1055 E Tropicana Ste 180 A WONDERFUL FAMILV EXPERIENCE. Aosirailian. Europeah; Scandinavian High School Exchange Students ar ''^'^ ih Auguet Become a Call ^.J^osf family for Amercian InJteftuhural Student Exchange Call 1-800-SfBLINQ. Be a Hostess and fliat .free gifts Call Tammy after 4. 5652609 EASY WORKI Excellent Payf Assemble products at home. Call for information. 312-741-8400 Ext A-1311. Let YOUR impdssible cfream COfTte true! Lose up to 35 lbs d month ExpenerKed weight-loss program FDA accepted Doctor Recommended; Call Lisa 1719-636-9312 Mobile Horn* DU wkk. 2 lMlrB.ipereeaod ia ponft. Villa Harmoaa ruBiljr oeetlin.Tarli teat ft jqmt ftHO na. DM wide, SblrB. 2lHk. large fMB rm, 2 sheda, awaiafs ft poreli. carport. 30 Rose boaiiee, apple trea, strawberriaa. Low down. Park rest ft pjrat approa MOO. 14X70,3 bdrm, 2 bth, aU electrk!. Move to lot of your choice. $6,995. ID Henderson. Superb 2 bdrm, 2 bth, central air. dbl wide. Located la family perk. NVMBROVS OTHER HOMES ONE WAY MOBILE HOME SALES SALln970 COUNTRY MO&ILE T6WN COPIES D. them yourself, or drop them off and we'll do them for you, open 8 a.M.-6 p.m., Mon. Fri. Bee's Busifiess service, 527 Hotcil Plaza (at the Village), B:C. 293-4566. ^ r FOR AND rtOMt 15 X 52 2 BR tict^utiful yard Moore's Motiile Home Adult Park .701 £lrn Sp 68 Exc. coqd to see contact Richer*^ Sp 70B BC • "v • • • t4X56,.2bdrm, IjjIhMottip^' home-adult area Villa H^mosa MICE $17,500. Ph'-565-642g or 566 BSjlf "Mobile--Hortie for sale lrt^' •Ging^rwood :*14 X iCT 2 porches, 2 sheds, centrlil .^ H/A, W/D, S/fl293-6388 BC '' BRIMG YOUR TOOTH-. BRUSHIM BRt:.eA furnish. ed^Gfoodcond. "Central ipia• • tion CarpJrf palio. covgr' Storage.' -shed: -•^'SSOOr-'' 293-5825^C-< .. • nil 1970 BARfMNQTONII—three bedroOm.-t^K) bath, 24X60 Excellenl.CondilionI $41,960 V" XVn fUOUA-^three bi^room two tplh—Price reduced tO~$24.eOO!l MOOfE*t, 1f7 CMAMPKI-^.14X44, 1 bedroom. 1 batfi—furnisfted —418.900 IfTtJblHfltiT BY OOLOtN WBT-24XS2-2 .6edro6m-2 bath-$9?,SC|d>' tn-ifir# tfi-iRir ^ ^ HAMOffkAH SPBCtAL da%orklar ^otm. 0fel98S • .' • s\ 41 I^VAlMtiflQHWAY; Mobile bOm.:>, -•;_%_.' • --.^^ ^ • ^^. CUSTOM BVILT'PbR WATIXAED. OvWiissd: kuMtei^. .Paetory hqead^ • -.j,-; • ..' • aiJBANDONfa) iREPb. New MvMlia.Pra>f ^epepte^mem .4iHr imp ff U fMSM rooa WA W • t/m^a4ff.niii.aiihosAs.:ii\ L P6R SALE 14X66 'Sroad' • more 2 large bedrttjs,;j ba 'Applii^nces,n^v(> carpet, panj,|riar>y' • extras. -Very" 'good 'cbnd CluBhouse, swimming pool (55) Ouiet area Ginger^roodAduHson.: ly $21,750 293'262$ xr 564 3826 BC. -r-f:i. ... Nica2bdrm,1btiil.Maar SunselftBkJrHMy.Adulline pe>8,1360 mo. Ph 87^4010 1 bdrm fum uH Vary doart & nicely furntahad. Oarbaga & water pd All adUlls AbeoMaly no pets. 5esl4 House for rani: 2 bkx*afrom Basic High School CaN after 3 pm <-4027 Unf apt BIdr Hwy/Sonsal, large 2 bdrm, ample parking. Near school & park $325 1710 Ph 45g-9it90 FOR LEASE Cortimercial office space Approx 900 sq ft. $650 mo 311 C Water St Henderson Ph 565-3742 For rent: 2 bdrm house, fenced yd, water ft garbage pd. Call 564-1067 F0RREI^BCH0USE2BR 1 BA family rm, laundry room $565 mo 293-7416 BC FOR RENT Ottica and shop space availatile with ample parking. Please oaH^ 2W^e3 Mon mru Fri t to on Sunset, 1^ 2 bdrm, Cendo w/#n. Heritme VMi. aviMlf Apr* 2S 1630 mo. irwiudaa uaa ct pool American Family Realty, 564-2078. Green Valley area, 3 bdrm, 2 bth, 2 car garaoa, avail. now $695 mo. American Family flaaHy, 454-2878. For rent 2 bdrm dW wids mobile home on own to! in Hdn. Aval May 1.564-9283. Henderson Unfurnished Condo. 3 bdrm, m Wh, fen9ed back yd. Range ft rafrigaralor. Sewar. vwaisr. traah and Aeeo c i ti or) fm pd. S6S-828S after 4 pm. FOil H6NT 12-3 bdrm tracers. $76 to $120 <&.. Se6<7ft4 or aftS-7141 4 B6W4. a atory. 3V% Stcfsaai X SfoTlOX 12 Rolhdaore, $100 mo. 454-2000 Aiiartiiiants, f fca4•laf.Caa f^ive 1 bdrm cottage for elderly perosn J pet, $300. ;mo .Water '-fShP^wer separate Call betweer Tft ,.1 Q am &64-735d .-: VS^EMV KfTCHI IT garaga. tanoad. $7S0 A^ June 1 2W-3478. BC. LOVELY, njm 1 br hoim & den Short term. AdURs, no smkg 203-6993 BC. FORWENT "unfurn 3 BR 1 BA. All elec First, last plua depo. All appliances. 293^6865 BC FURNISHED DUPLEX tor rent w/pool and laundry facilities. 525 Ave L $425 mo • ^ deposits. Avail Majf • •, 294-0184 BC. 56S7929 #1$. Condoe: S Ul|^t^ friousfeatiaiil "^ thrpugJjiOHt d;2da8iq. ft. ^IMB^1US large 2 cargarage.'RV paiik-.v ing and iqiucb mofe4 bodroqnia^aniily roo^ ZVi bathe plus formal, living juddinjng room. $22^^0Q. V ^ ,, ."'.'.'X''"'^' %-—i'.'* zi^:-^'-!'-'''' • -• • ;. • : BOULDER HILTJSCoaddBiiimini. niA'aaanra|iM* ioaii, totally upgraded, overlooking swimming pool. Make offer. .^.v '* THREE BEDROOMS, V/, batbs.uj>dated IdtAen, pifmit^th^ '• Iv 1 ly roomaod diningroom^all fOTVtdjr $79,5010. Reduced to l69,9O0r.\ | 1.800+ eq^ft. MANUFACTURED ^tkGitfiH>rt.>j baths, lovely landscaping, in IjJie Mtn.Eat.'Price Redandlo "'''•'' $99,990. .. • • ,' /./.:;. K':.;--^>.;*'^. • ;;.'•• CORONADO ESTATES, Double Wide with extra room md FIREPLACE, must see: $72,77280. : • ^^ BEAUTIFUL desert landscaping, cbramnnity^libol'.'cifubhoute ft spa close by, all only six mile* from Lake Mead. Sa&OOO^ "\' CLEANASAWHISTLF MENT or STARTER h. LDVELY i BR Lake View GOIvDO'Avail mjddle May. Adults,', np,.'pets,'.;4S'75/, loBMlNTiKilLksBsiiia. Wftlrk. Utfito J^ Ot^TDCXDR. STORAGE-IN B0ULDlERClTY.4p&sq ft F^^hiced. y^fd-w/24 hr, security Frota TOO sq ft. to 3 acres Ztxvaa CM Ideal for „ srnall or large ya'd operation >C^I293-7^3Mon-Fri^;3Q.. Mpt.tor rerit $400-010 2 bdmy 1 btfi Washer/drye'r.Secufi' ty "ehtry system.. C.all iia..Pfcai-| 7 ^need help mf^ around^"'4' • iVStfi 362^ |Hng 2 bedroonCl l^th RETIRE-' .street parking, ONLY $65,000. MOUNTAIN VISTA 2 bedroom. A most see.Priced for quick sale.' $63300. <_ THREE BEDROOM 1 '/< bath on tree-Uned street acr$from park. $86,500. ft' ,, • VIEW OF Lake Mead from this double wide modular home with nice finished storage room. $100,000|. ,. • A^i'^' -.., OVER 3,700 sq. ft. home, overlooking B^tilder City and the Valley, y.-. needs some attention but the poesibilities are outstanding, Two,'* v rireplecee, oversized 2 car garsge, privacy, large planted atrium open-' ing onto inground pool, CALL TO SEE. $186,500. ; :. OLDER 2 Bedroom HOME, with Guest House, fenced yard and OFFSTREET parking, centraUy located, ONU $75,000. 1,800 + sq. ft. MANUFACTURED with carport, wet bar, 2 full baths, lovely landscaping, in Lake Mtn. Esta. Price Reduced to $99,990. ^ A kOME for the Beginning OR the Retiring—a petite boa ckise to everything at a price that's affordable. New Utcben and Bathroom installed. ONLY $74,500. LIGHT, BRIGHT bedrm, 2 bath, w/in-groond pool, covered patio, 2 fireplaces, family neighborhood. $105,000. LAKE MOUNTAIN ESTATES, mobile hone with VIEW of LAKE MEAD, many upgrades, 2 bdrm, 1 % bath, carport Price REDUCED, roust seU $96,000. LATE MTN ESTATES, Like New, Uved in approximately SIX months, covered deck, walk around sun porch, workshop or storage room, RV Parking, VERY negotiable, starting at $90,000-where will we end ap??? 2 t3drm, 2 tjth Corlbo, $500 'Jmo plus $900 security. ^Available now, ,CalL,Dave 565 9965. -' ^ • j=. BOULOER CIJY ^ bdrm, f," fu'rn-apt Aduftssectibh. Carport $^ mo 2^4832.. -^v Pv". 'y% V w Hqme for retU in Hdn, 3. b[M*'2. b^, -m yrs old. • Spnnkers, brrck wall, ..'washer/dryer |OrriintCTLak .^i^ead fi/lany, many extras • Gall 564-7178 before 1 pm or 438-60aff anytime'^' FOR RENT Elm -Terrace, ground level ^ABR^Z BA condo-nice-available June 1st 1988 $450 Fr month' ~ with $?50>'refundable deposit. Call DESERT SUN. REALTY,' REALTOR 293-2151 BC w 56 4-3288 or 362-0065 • $265 mo 1 bdmn'apt; Clean; new & quiet. Ideal for fixeOincome seniots or fixed Irvcome Sunset Circle a0ts.' 361-3876/ .r ir Tfft^el Have priVafts roo m "SM tJtfh" 111 • dJUwrifoVWt^VV.". "^ • Henderoh Avail to so*> nleone who needs help to.. inaintain a place to five Mu8l^\ be gairjfuHy employed and n>ust have w6rk and"dharacter references Single. ^ or couple. Secunty deposit'' required 564-5888. ., Roonfvfor rent* Seriior Citizen -torn rea .preferred Private entrance • • Bath, icitchen privileges Ph' \ 56St9359. j^ '-—^ — • *-)^ rr— .I,,'. APARTMENTS AVAltABLE 1, 2, 3 bedroom tiidtf : For Info eaU M-11f or ft •.m. t* • tojHS. 7 I CASA M ALICIA AnS -'• HA Mil Am l.^:r~ : • HENDERSON fnJkZA APTS. ^ TsoCftm^tt ^^-^ HendarwMi, N*vadi^W*7f t2 2 bdrm., unfumMiaif. pool SptKf yard. Nftar eehoolft ft;ilwppMr f ao QaMa TV. frani $SwS month CHARMING, brighti basement, private bedroom, I both home, w/partill :loao to everytUng. $76,000. BOULDULCITY BUILOINO LOTS Baild your dream hofe^ir gj lashla g I a k i M sa < bulUlag lot llOSjd^^ Approximately 2 aoea. ktcatad oa "IT UO, Ljmm Dihn, m$jm. UEVCL LOT-Haody to. baOd, Lakeview CMaM $l.000iio '/, acre prime Costom Hone Buildiag Lot ... .^ $45,000.00 WE GET RESULTS! PUT NO. 1 TO WOmC FOR YOUl each enioe Independantly cwned ft oparated 299-2275 298-2438 7J9ft'1887 JANICE CRAWFORD, Ow MEL DUNAWAY. Brakar LINETTE DAV1S_.... OIANNE VANA8SE .,......: 291-4284 RICl LOWELL 29S-M84 RHONDA BECK 295-7975 ROSE GALPKRIN ... over 300,000 sales calls? We can help! 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I MHHiHHH PagtM BMM Ntwi^ B f itr^fc. NtvMa XMi7. May iClM 'Vow* lMon: SpeoiaNtt teacher. Flo Raymond, accapMif iBHpNa. AHagoa, t A up mp for tnfivnmr*. ihofanr, oooupaHon, lion. MQkwwra to •orwt Irainod CaN Cowt Muaic Shidto pfoduottona. >*lAiOLIIIdf4:taachr of nela, Ro HaytTwnd A agaa. 7 to 77 Plus Laarntng piano inlnxkicaf you to many kaybowd InKrumentt & mualc In (lonoral Opaningt availabia R>S5-649. Gorki Covt MUSIC Studio Produ ctions Per salat bawadralt Hardworking family man does yard wodi. odd job lawn tarvica. CaN Earl, Vocal. Piano or Organ Muaic' •vailabia lor all events High Standard muse. For information ph Coral Cov^ Music Sludio Productions (Fto Raymond. Director-Singer) 5658469 Vocal Coachina small groups, adults Thursday evemngs Coral Cove Muse Studio productions 565^469 INTERIOR DESIGNS FURNITURE CARPETS • DRAPERIES WALLPAPER BMI priew in Nevaib SLEEP SHOP I 6790 Boukhr Hwy^ LAS VEGAS 220 N. B(Mld Hwy^ HENDEKSON 565-5911 STOMAQI IKMIWIT New I MawlaiR Vlata 4ffHff9 FACE THE MUSIC Oiiitar Lesaons Call Bd Miekle 9M-9220 I 5M-9221 I ARfHkkTlA-Paeaie treat jrearaelf. N "'M. Oel rslhf ar bMk, CM k ma INSURANCE TOO HIGHT 1V MMV IMafeir SR^Naadad? ORB liomm bmama Aftacf Gnm Vall^ 451-55SS RIO YOURSiU Of* UNWANTEO HAIR ^wlth I LKTR OIYSIS^ nw.CwtMiltattofi—Tax OaduetlM-armanant \ • U^^HKai^LM^UK^ ^^ ^^MMMIBM MI Mask I Ml NISI Mill PrwIVBBIOIMI Pini m W Lafce Meai M.. M MAKE YOUR APPOINTMENT TO HAVE YOUR SWAMP COOLER serviced before hot weather Call 293-4447 BC A CUnon PAINTINO. TINTING, WAUPAPBRING.AND CABINTT iREPINISHING lBtfar*bt(ar.lUaMetM*wiw8hl.Dr • llli.^^-^-B--'—;Uo.NaOO8S80O t PRVWAU BQuklr City Paint Cntr Contracting Strvica serving BouldtrClly, HmKhmtn S Surrounding Amtu •COMMERCIAL •RtaiDfNTIAL •INDUaiRIAL On Blt0 Colour Gonm Mn§ CALL FOR mi ItTtMATn rfloing volOQ MN^jBHMn MPOrv fTP0l#CI VomHomok m^mt f wnh A l tor^ ob k Quamr STUBBfS AUTO t MARINE "eASONABLE t PROFESSIONAL WOUK y"1=^ •S64-9116 kitLA LA W2t .JL M uH SM.tM7 CARPENTRY WORK •Concrete •Electrical Senior ENaoount CaU 6644662 LsrreMssssgB Loaof oifMNn> For Buslnass Cards, Ele. Ba4-iaai DIkD HOMB MWyiC K MoJtO TooBmii •Yardwork and Cksan Up •Maintanance •Qenaral Handyrrtan QytKty Wtrti Lc 4aaso 293-48S6 • rqy •aARAai coNvmtiONt •RiTANIt •NIW CONtTRUCnON MPawr eotmmnvt jum OUR JffTW yiM M aOMLMR C/TT ax "CURLY" aMHTN CONtTRUCTION INTHIDOMI 293-^1613 Carpenter, specialties, front door entries Call 646-0787. Blakeley Construction Lie No 0025913 Will repair any damage $15 fee for bid. Refundable if awarded job. 565-9043 {KOZAL'S TRAviS CONNECTIONS 1 ecilhiM ft t> tared walls. Over M m up. laCUeMoarsauNevaii LkVmn. BoadaAft St Uc. fOOISMP Morrison GeorfsC. BrveaU 4SMDIt EUdrteml I— Morrison 825 Chorry MIk* Morrison Hcndorson, NV Offko 564^185 89(115 AIR COMDITIONING SERVICE Uc. •1I4S4 CtHH.T.C. I rrMOWwiry' VKtiion Traval I • A Lin* TidiM Ahiwy* AccurM I I Msfwatf I Jfair'NNUb MM S. laatani /M ta Via. Nstr. House 8f TPivel We honor 9II advertised speoal air, cruise and package fares For information. Phone — 111 W. U*t MMtf IP. MMI. thfv m. •-• tat. M HANDYMAN -CAU VAN •AppUiaoes •Auto Air Good •Carpentry ft Calnnets SO JOB TOO SMALL 564-^77 SERVICES THOMPSON'S COOLER SERVICE ft HOME MAINTENANCE. Prat setJaMtaa. 5e542. Air Coolers Sales Services, installation on all makes Senior Citizen discount Ph 458-1115 EARL'S TYPEWRITER REPAIR Spedtiiang in IBM and 9inithA3oronB Typewnters Free in shop eatmatec WJ Federal 665^30 lie. 101046788 owamp cooler tuneup. m eludes pads, lube, system check. i25. Further parts A labor extra. Call Jeff 565^)947 HAUUNG, CLEANUP, ft YARD WORK. ODD JOBS. Prae catteatM. Crtl Taay 5eOS58. SWAMP COOLER SERVICE Pds,$1 Change $24 CommaiDal and Induatnal coolers PDora. Additkyial parts & labor extra Senior Citizen Disoount, 20% off Labor In business 5 yrs Hdn resident 20 yrs FRANK HARWOOO'S COOLER REPAIR 565-7107 Work guaranteed Horr>e repair & remodelling An)*Ttng in ifie home or yard We'N work within your insurarx^e claims 25 yrs exp Work guaranteed Nolan Bloom, 56M196 SEWING MACHINES &• VACUUM CLEANERS REPAIRED Soranaons 1664 Nav Hwy 293-3770 BC I WILL CLEAN YOUR GARAGE FOR $15, plus anything of value Ph 564-5189 anytime. BLAKELEY EXCAVATION 565-9077 I can dig it! I can move it I Bv the bour-br the Job. ^ Lie 10024515 PAINT AVERAGE HOUSE $200.21 yrs experience. Work guaranteed. Call Jiaii 43^200 8. HENDERSONS li c e n es d HamlymaB. Ben DcPne. Hire one asaa to help von repair it alL Phuabteg, walla, paint, electric oeincnt, oarpantry, seeority sya^ tanm, burglar alarms, long tiDM local referencee. Not a state oontractor, 5S5-740S. KEirs MUnENANCEt HANOnUN SERVICE All types of mslntsnance •RvsMantlal •Conim*reial / can fix or msks most anything 293-00451 FEAfiSOK MASOm •453-1869 •565^9069 209 Fostar Ava. Handarson, Nav. 89015 Jack ,ECi LAl^^#AihC0MDiti0MiN6 HEATINQ AND SKEET METAL •Heat Pump Cartffied •Service A Inaiallatlon • M a l nlawa m a Contracts •RaatdanUal ft Commercial 'Cvapofalive Coolars *Alr Syatam DaatQn eBauMarCttf* •Now Conalnictlon Al^Vaoas* •TATIUQINai U eeam d UiwB Cn ^BeidwiUal ft Commwdri Laiidecs|)inf • Sprialtler Repair and Inetallatkm. ( • -Claaii up, Thatdi, Fertiliae ft Reused. nKKSBTUIAnS M S44-474I QwJity work that wUI beantifyyow home Lie. ft Bonded. Pros EaUmataa. Reaideatlall krtlata lOKtW j (702)293-47g7i 1S538 AU-BRITE CLEANING Carpet, Furnrture, & Drapery Cleiino itSatisfactKxi Guaranteed Lcensed, BorxJod, & Insured Free Esbmatee EAGER BEAVER Landscape ft lawn M s imenanoe RsaldsnHsi Commefoal CompMs Landscape Ronovabons Log Edgings-Ortp Wstsrirto Syslsme Roto-TMno ft BaoMKM Servtoe IN8TA41EAN MAIW JANimULSnVKI ProlessKX^ daaning service tor rWdertial and oommofoalAI phases of general cMmng covered mdudmg carpet deening, waX/ ceilings washed Acoucticat tilas claanod 29MS16 •rilBVABA Free Estmsies L 113457 air CdHaraie 9t Hean t AM-I PM Mly t AM-lt AM lak • Mill umtmm JOHN'S NAMDYMAM SERVICi §f H m90do tlMlm§, Iwm tbi H CflfpMilfyy B99intfalt nMifM^ CmUJpim 3^9^6417 BOULDER CONCRETE WANTS TO MEET YOUR CONCRETE NEEDS KR ma ESTUIATES AMD QUALITY mtnaiANSHIP CALL laCK CASEY BOULDER CITY 293-1571 HOWARD HELDERLEIN CONSTRUCTION Commerdal—Reaidential—Remodela and Additkma licenae 021013 565^74 OUDTOM MAILBOZIS WBLDDfORIPAm WIATimVANn ,. (PliUnfWonu) tall BSPKBT 5664)118 AARON FENaNQ Fra EaUmatM Chain Link ft Weed Fencing 20 Yaara Exp. Ph. 451-I1M) L_tiUc. ti382.j J aJt "Oir^rSniNh aaoa-a iM-wti since lau PMIMfi ft PIIPBIIMIiaNG mmmmmmam Jual came out ol rsSfsmenl and need the worK. No job too smal or too large Commercial & roekJenlial. FMa ft Mtehael Tharp Ph 702-1-372-CM2 ue. m. 9tnn^ utMilTt YOU NAME IT. wra DO IT. ROIOVmAL ftOOMMBKML •AddMna. •Ramodal or •Repair Ue. Ne. 144n. Ph.HMl4 THE SALVATION ARMY IS IN DESPERATE NEED OF FURNITURE AND CLOTHES. PLEASE CALL THE SALVATION ARMY PICKUP AT 649-2374-6-€ j coNniocnoN 08. •Commercial •Raaldanlial •AddWona 2M-7703 Lie. #0027156 •TRACTOR GRADING •CONCRETE SAW CUTTINO •CONCRETE nNISHING 293-6843 PRAffiCS TV fr APPLIANCE SAUESI PorkihoMi M6-0M0 MAMMMUr •VftWIMU MMCO WAMSUMTr STATtOm cm STIVE NRDLAND IFFY Pn RIM LAWN CARE IP* Wmk Wyu Ym FUj" 599-1993 WAtHIR A DRYIR RIPAIR Huntar tpraiiaa 8M4707 QARDMBR WHI cut your lawn for $10 Froo Eatlmatoo Uconood Ph 5^3-7449 CAREVB CARPET A FURNITURE hAn T— Buitk Bade 515800 Compiefe • •71 22PIIC1SI M^tl PAINTING WE DlLlVER NO EXTRA CHARGE! aoataa aseme Ucensed-Bohded-lnsufed— 649 5905 384 6781 2305 E L..k* Wx] '117 S M n Si Oc>n riiiy s>-b ••.i *i 30 •ciosro SUN • .C. CANVAS SKCtALTIDS SpeciaJiwiQ m Cuatom float Canvas iCa. 11ti Na.isis7 CaU 293-4899 Et YOUR WHOLE H0U9CII Tpr 2540 E. Charleston Boulevard 382 7953 LftiSmNISTORAOI. MOl AtW Afn. Bd& 1 Mack aaislh af BUr ajL'** itaioi lo^ao > Ncwtar saB inBrakedrapiv A reiara, reenrfeaf^. Caateas MW mmmit T ftaatftrMa JUm Newt, RaaiarMa, Nevada Page ii J[—4= May it WmWm BABYSiTTER NEEDED 1-3 days per week. Preferably In our home lor adorable to mo old girl. 293 3463 BC BatiyiMnamyhofne.24hr8 a Any ue. Hoi meals. 6^6-0471 or S64-S388. SUMMER CHILDCARE 4 yrs ftolder.$10adayMonfPrl. Lg5^Pfc trip.. M^ done U* ndry A Hoaaadeanlng Servloe -Lowmt Rtteo-^ u 564-9927 HOUfiECLEANIlfO-I deliBnaerlsaniat. I aas with rofsMMsa. CaV NANCY at 5144101. HsMLArsa. BabysMing in my horne DAYS ONLY Fenced play yard Close to park. Mottier of 2 0 Sunset Rd walking distance to Hinman School 5647535 INSTA-GIiAN MAnV lANlTOIUAL SERVICE Professional cleaning service for residenfial and commercial All phases of general cleaning covered including carpel cleaning, vraH/ ceilings washed Acoustical tHes cleaned. 288^16 BabysffHer needed?? We will take care of your children in our loving homes Individual attention & creative activities provided Call 565 7485 or 565-0823 between 8 am & 9 pm. Former pre-scfiool teactier will care for your child in my home Mon through Fri. Call 5642446, If you're looking for TLC, I will watch your children anytime. All meals inteuded Reliable references, reasonable rates. Call 293 5848. NEED A BABYSinER^ I will tiabysit days or graveyard, my home. 1 wk old to ''''' Please call 564-8269 anytime Housecfeaning, we clean it all! Ovens, windows, floors walls Guaranteed "Mother in Law Clean. Call Judy -5 64^)'ie3:Loving Mom-will do babysitting in my home, across from Robert Taylor elerientary 565-8453 MAGICAL MAIDS Quality work at reasonable prK;es. 293-1917 BC. Experienced mother of 1 wiH babysit your child, 0 to 1 yr old In my Highland Hills home at reasonable rates. Call 564-0078 Christian Mother wishes to sit days for toddler MF Good rates for both of us. 564-3301. CHILD CARE IN MY LOVINQ HOME Newtiorn to 10 yrs. Experienced Transportation to and from Elementary Hot meals & Snacks pra vided 6 am to 6 pm Mon thru Fri Reasonable rates Planned lessons. 293-1996. BC JOB OPPORTUNmES Vend National Sales Leading Candles, Nuts, Gums, Mints, Novelties, in routes using Advanced Machines, Superior Locator-Trainers' Requires Car, $5,000 00, reliability. Call Business Hours 1-800-354-6 3 63 AIRLINES NOW HIRING. Flight Attendants, Travel Agents, Mechanics, Customer Service, Listings Salaries to $105K Entry level positions Call (1) 805667 6000, Ext A 5695 Work Ctothes Rental now taking applications for full and part time production work in Industrial Laundry. Hours Vary Mon through Fri. No weekends. Apply at 568 Parkson Rd Mon through Fn. 9 am to 3 pm.' Ground level Boulder Hills Condo. E bdrp 2 bathPool B Bdrm Overland Condo. Upgraded S nicely decoratedIncl appliances*53i5DDNewest House on the Street IbSD sq fti 3 Bdrms S bath on corner lot*TSiSOD 8 owner will help finance!!! mS sq ft 3 Bdrm E 1/E ba Block home centrally located*'=IS-.DDD. 3 Bdrm S Bath immaculately kept*hone on cul-de-sac. lb3E sq ft manufactured home features open floor plani B Bdrms 1 3/M bath. flagnificent unobstructed view of Lake Mead! Splitlevel Lake Terrace CondoOwner will help finance!! Ib3li sq Custom h S car ga ina Highland adr*fli.,5 bath pbol.' 3 Bdrm S bath Super-custom home in .secluded cul-dar sac*-^k*^ar garage! ^-TT—-7 exclusive: 3 Bdrm 5 1/B ba • 3 car garage. Luxurious custom* located in* prestig: ious subdivision• 5a7-.0D0. Beautiful 2 car gar land custo mi E bathi ina HighCustom home building lots in Lake Terracei Lake Head View-. B-Hill. Call for Hap. Environs Realty will soon be BOULDER DAH REALTY Vatch for our new signs!! CALLtA.M.-8PJI. Cari Cowan, Broker 293-I4M Max Aahbaagk 29M466 Mary Board 2S3-7264 EUsa Laasb Stroaiborg 2SM608 Immadiate opening for Dental asalalant, career minded For applk^tion call 5643460 Nalief Driver: Senior Citizens Vehicles. Must be on call for sick leave ft vacations. Health Card & Driver's License Call 565-6990 ~ DM wida moMa home In via HerrtKiaa AduR ^aa, 2 bdrm. IVi Whs, NICE. $18,000 Ph 565 8517 PgRSONALS Custodian; Senior Citizens Center 4 hrs per day Title V position. Income cahnot exceed $480 83 per 1 Family Household $644117 per ^ family household 565 6990 i*aaea*ii*a* AIDE 'lf $4.25 Hft," Looking for^^pature gal to care for elderly man in private' home Differfentshifts available. Call today. NEVER AJ^EE CAREERS PLUS TEMP 795-1055 1055 E Tropicana Ste 180 A WONDERFUL FAMILV EXPERIENCE. Aosirailian. Europeah; Scandinavian High School Exchange Students ar ''^'^ ih Auguet Become a Call ^.J^osf family for Amercian InJteftuhural Student Exchange Call 1-800-SfBLINQ. Be a Hostess and fliat .free gifts Call Tammy after 4. 5652609 EASY WORKI Excellent Payf Assemble products at home. Call for information. 312-741-8400 Ext A-1311. Let YOUR impdssible cfream COfTte true! Lose up to 35 lbs d month ExpenerKed weight-loss program FDA accepted Doctor Recommended; Call Lisa 1719-636-9312 Mobile Horn* DU wkk. 2 lMlrB.ipereeaod ia ponft. Villa Harmoaa ruBiljr oeetlin.Tarli teat ft jqmt ftHO na. DM wide, SblrB. 2lHk. large fMB rm, 2 sheda, awaiafs ft poreli. carport. 30 Rose boaiiee, apple trea, strawberriaa. Low down. Park rest ft pjrat approa MOO. 14X70,3 bdrm, 2 bth, aU electrk!. Move to lot of your choice. $6,995. ID Henderson. Superb 2 bdrm, 2 bth, central air. dbl wide. Located la family perk. NVMBROVS OTHER HOMES ONE WAY MOBILE HOME SALES SALln970 COUNTRY MO&ILE T6WN COPIES D. them yourself, or drop them off and we'll do them for you, open 8 a.M.-6 p.m., Mon. Fri. Bee's Busifiess service, 527 Hotcil Plaza (at the Village), B:C. 293-4566. ^ r FOR AND rtOMt 15 X 52 2 BR tict^utiful yard Moore's Motiile Home Adult Park .701 £lrn Sp 68 Exc. coqd to see contact Richer*^ Sp 70B BC • "v • • • t4X56,.2bdrm, IjjIhMottip^' home-adult area Villa H^mosa MICE $17,500. Ph'-565-642g or 566 BSjlf "Mobile--Hortie for sale lrt^' •Ging^rwood :*14 X iCT 2 porches, 2 sheds, centrlil .^ H/A, W/D, S/fl293-6388 BC '' BRIMG YOUR TOOTH-. BRUSHIM BRt:.eA furnish. ed^Gfoodcond. "Central ipia• • tion CarpJrf palio. covgr' Storage.' -shed: -•^'SSOOr-'' 293-5825^C-< .. • nil 1970 BARfMNQTONII—three bedroOm.-t^K) bath, 24X60 Excellenl.CondilionI $41,960 V" XVn fUOUA-^three bi^room two tplh—Price reduced tO~$24.eOO!l MOOfE*t, 1f7 CMAMPKI-^.14X44, 1 bedroom. 1 batfi—furnisfted —418.900 IfTtJblHfltiT BY OOLOtN WBT-24XS2-2 .6edro6m-2 bath-$9?,SC|d>' tn-ifir# tfi-iRir ^ ^ HAMOffkAH SPBCtAL da%orklar ^otm. 0fel98S • .' • s\ 41 I^VAlMtiflQHWAY; Mobile bOm.:>, -•;_%_.' • --.^^ ^ • ^^. CUSTOM BVILT'PbR WATIXAED. OvWiissd: kuMtei^. .Paetory hqead^ • -.j,-; • ..' • aiJBANDONfa) iREPb. New MvMlia.Pra>f ^epepte^mem .4iHr imp ff U fMSM rooa WA W • t/m^a4ff.niii.aiihosAs.:ii\ L P6R SALE 14X66 'Sroad' • more 2 large bedrttjs,;j ba 'Applii^nces,n^v(> carpet, panj,|riar>y' • extras. -Very" 'good 'cbnd CluBhouse, swimming pool (55) Ouiet area Ginger^roodAduHson.: ly $21,750 293'262$ xr 564 3826 BC. -r-f:i. ... Nica2bdrm,1btiil.Maar SunselftBkJrHMy.Adulline pe>8,1360 mo. Ph 87^4010 1 bdrm fum uH Vary doart & nicely furntahad. Oarbaga & water pd All adUlls AbeoMaly no pets. 5esl4 House for rani: 2 bkx*afrom Basic High School CaN after 3 pm <-4027 Unf apt BIdr Hwy/Sonsal, large 2 bdrm, ample parking. Near school & park $325 1710 Ph 45g-9it90 FOR LEASE Cortimercial office space Approx 900 sq ft. $650 mo 311 C Water St Henderson Ph 565-3742 For rent: 2 bdrm house, fenced yd, water ft garbage pd. Call 564-1067 F0RREI^BCH0USE2BR 1 BA family rm, laundry room $565 mo 293-7416 BC FOR RENT Ottica and shop space availatile with ample parking. Please oaH^ 2W^e3 Mon mru Fri t to on Sunset, 1^ 2 bdrm, Cendo w/#n. Heritme VMi. aviMlf Apr* 2S 1630 mo. irwiudaa uaa ct pool American Family Realty, 564-2078. Green Valley area, 3 bdrm, 2 bth, 2 car garaoa, avail. now $695 mo. American Family flaaHy, 454-2878. For rent 2 bdrm dW wids mobile home on own to! in Hdn. Aval May 1.564-9283. Henderson Unfurnished Condo. 3 bdrm, m Wh, fen9ed back yd. Range ft rafrigaralor. Sewar. vwaisr. traah and Aeeo c i ti or) fm pd. S6S-828S after 4 pm. FOil H6NT 12-3 bdrm tracers. $76 to $120 <&.. Se6<7ft4 or aftS-7141 4 B6W4. a atory. 3V% Stcfsaai X SfoTlOX 12 Rolhdaore, $100 mo. 454-2000 Aiiartiiiants, f fca4•laf.Caa f^ive 1 bdrm cottage for elderly perosn J pet, $300. ;mo .Water '-fShP^wer separate Call betweer Tft ,.1 Q am &64-735d .-: VS^EMV KfTCHI IT garaga. tanoad. $7S0 A^ June 1 2W-3478. BC. LOVELY, njm 1 br hoim & den Short term. AdURs, no smkg 203-6993 BC. FORWENT "unfurn 3 BR 1 BA. All elec First, last plua depo. All appliances. 293^6865 BC FURNISHED DUPLEX tor rent w/pool and laundry facilities. 525 Ave L $425 mo • ^ deposits. Avail Majf • •, 294-0184 BC. 56S7929 #1$. Condoe: S Ul|^t^ friousfeatiaiil "^ thrpugJjiOHt d;2da8iq. ft. ^IMB^1US large 2 cargarage.'RV paiik-.v ing and iqiucb mofe4 bodroqnia^aniily roo^ ZVi bathe plus formal, living juddinjng room. $22^^0Q. V ^ ,, ."'.'.'X''"'^' %-—i'.'* zi^:-^'-!'-'''' • -• • ;. • : BOULDER HILTJSCoaddBiiimini. niA'aaanra|iM* ioaii, totally upgraded, overlooking swimming pool. Make offer. .^.v '* THREE BEDROOMS, V/, batbs.uj>dated IdtAen, pifmit^th^ '• Iv 1 ly roomaod diningroom^all fOTVtdjr $79,5010. Reduced to l69,9O0r.\ | 1.800+ eq^ft. MANUFACTURED ^tkGitfiH>rt.>j baths, lovely landscaping, in IjJie Mtn.Eat.'Price Redandlo "'''•'' $99,990. .. • • ,' /./.:;. K':.;--^>.;*'^. • ;;.'•• CORONADO ESTATES, Double Wide with extra room md FIREPLACE, must see: $72,77280. : • ^^ BEAUTIFUL desert landscaping, cbramnnity^libol'.'cifubhoute ft spa close by, all only six mile* from Lake Mead. Sa&OOO^ "\' CLEANASAWHISTLF MENT or STARTER h. LDVELY i BR Lake View GOIvDO'Avail mjddle May. Adults,', np,.'pets,'.;4S'75/, loBMlNTiKilLksBsiiia. Wftlrk. Utfito J^ Ot^TDCXDR. STORAGE-IN B0ULDlERClTY.4p&sq ft F^^hiced. y^fd-w/24 hr, security Frota TOO sq ft. to 3 acres Ztxvaa CM Ideal for „ srnall or large ya'd operation >C^I293-7^3Mon-Fri^;3Q.. Mpt.tor rerit $400-010 2 bdmy 1 btfi Washer/drye'r.Secufi' ty "ehtry system.. C.all iia..Pfcai-| 7 ^need help mf^ around^"'4' • iVStfi 362^ |Hng 2 bedroonCl l^th RETIRE-' .street parking, ONLY $65,000. MOUNTAIN VISTA 2 bedroom. A most see.Priced for quick sale.' $63300. <_ THREE BEDROOM 1 '/< bath on tree-Uned street acr$from park. $86,500. ft' ,, • VIEW OF Lake Mead from this double wide modular home with nice finished storage room. $100,000|. ,. • A^i'^' -.., OVER 3,700 sq. ft. home, overlooking B^tilder City and the Valley, y.-. needs some attention but the poesibilities are outstanding, Two,'* v rireplecee, oversized 2 car garsge, privacy, large planted atrium open-' ing onto inground pool, CALL TO SEE. $186,500. ; :. OLDER 2 Bedroom HOME, with Guest House, fenced yard and OFFSTREET parking, centraUy located, ONU $75,000. 1,800 + sq. ft. MANUFACTURED with carport, wet bar, 2 full baths, lovely landscaping, in Lake Mtn. Esta. Price Reduced to $99,990. ^ A kOME for the Beginning OR the Retiring—a petite boa ckise to everything at a price that's affordable. New Utcben and Bathroom installed. ONLY $74,500. LIGHT, BRIGHT bedrm, 2 bath, w/in-groond pool, covered patio, 2 fireplaces, family neighborhood. $105,000. LAKE MOUNTAIN ESTATES, mobile hone with VIEW of LAKE MEAD, many upgrades, 2 bdrm, 1 % bath, carport Price REDUCED, roust seU $96,000. LATE MTN ESTATES, Like New, Uved in approximately SIX months, covered deck, walk around sun porch, workshop or storage room, RV Parking, VERY negotiable, starting at $90,000-where will we end ap??? 2 t3drm, 2 tjth Corlbo, $500 'Jmo plus $900 security. ^Available now, ,CalL,Dave 565 9965. -' ^ • j=. BOULOER CIJY ^ bdrm, f," fu'rn-apt Aduftssectibh. Carport $^ mo 2^4832.. -^v Pv". 'y% V w Hqme for retU in Hdn, 3. b[M*'2. b^, -m yrs old. • Spnnkers, brrck wall, ..'washer/dryer |OrriintCTLak .^i^ead fi/lany, many extras • Gall 564-7178 before 1 pm or 438-60aff anytime'^' FOR RENT Elm -Terrace, ground level ^ABR^Z BA condo-nice-available June 1st 1988 $450 Fr month' ~ with $?50>'refundable deposit. Call DESERT SUN. REALTY,' REALTOR 293-2151 BC w 56 4-3288 or 362-0065 • $265 mo 1 bdmn'apt; Clean; new & quiet. Ideal for fixeOincome seniots or fixed Irvcome Sunset Circle a0ts.' 361-3876/ .r ir Tfft^el Have priVafts roo m "SM tJtfh" 111 • dJUwrifoVWt^VV.". "^ • Henderoh Avail to so*> nleone who needs help to.. inaintain a place to five Mu8l^\ be gairjfuHy employed and n>ust have w6rk and"dharacter references Single. ^ or couple. Secunty deposit'' required 564-5888. ., Roonfvfor rent* Seriior Citizen -torn rea .preferred Private entrance • • Bath, icitchen privileges Ph' \ 56St9359. j^ '-—^ — • *-)^ rr— .I,,'. APARTMENTS AVAltABLE 1, 2, 3 bedroom tiidtf : For Info eaU M-11f or ft •.m. t* • tojHS. 7 I CASA M ALICIA AnS -'• HA Mil Am l.^:r~ : • HENDERSON fnJkZA APTS. ^ TsoCftm^tt ^^-^ HendarwMi, N*vadi^W*7f t2 2 bdrm., unfumMiaif. pool SptKf yard. Nftar eehoolft ft;ilwppMr f ao QaMa TV. frani $SwS month CHARMING, brighti basement, private bedroom, I both home, w/partill :loao to everytUng. $76,000. BOULDULCITY BUILOINO LOTS Baild your dream hofe^ir gj lashla g I a k i M sa < bulUlag lot llOSjd^^ Approximately 2 aoea. ktcatad oa "IT UO, Ljmm Dihn, m$jm. UEVCL LOT-Haody to. baOd, Lakeview CMaM $l.000iio '/, acre prime Costom Hone Buildiag Lot ... .^ $45,000.00 WE GET RESULTS! PUT NO. 1 TO WOmC FOR YOUl each enioe Independantly cwned ft oparated 299-2275 298-2438 7J9ft'1887 JANICE CRAWFORD, Ow MEL DUNAWAY. Brakar LINETTE DAV1S_.... OIANNE VANA8SE .,......: 291-4284 RICl LOWELL 29S-M84 RHONDA BECK 295-7975 ROSE GALPKRIN ... over 300,000 sales calls? We can help! 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TAILER8PACEtofrwH.8' wida.AduRpari(S13Sfno& dapogjl_564139e •' • "-• • • r Bank R^poa & con'^ figiiiMata. Lt u^fipd • ioa 1 bdrm ap t-.aaar ifraHMni HaadaHiaa. 'pkk. GleaatB^ A 'aiiimrltf \ depaait. oi|afeaatodM.Caa' One Warljuielloaa. .? .. ^^ y#fy-'^ 4^... .GOjLf COURSE at babk ya^d; aWrm,. 2 t>ath, gara^, FOR RDTT OR SALE. AdahCeMaiBiaiaaiia aty. 2 bad-. IV4 batha. Raat 8ak 155,000. [ W^mmm mwnc: $45SQFT.INBOULDERr7 Won't last! 4 bdrm 3 bath £ us enclosed garage Plus rge family room. RV park ing Desert landscaping. Lewis Home $99,500 293-0006. B C Henderson 2 txirm. 2 bth, IV? car garage, Redwood deck, cover and spa Newly landscaped w/auto spnnk lers Many upgrades. Near Smiths. $72,000 Mark, 791 6250 or 564-4454 Government Homes from $1.00. "U Repair". Also tax delinquent property Call 805-644-9533 Ext. 1475 for info. For sale: Section 27, custom home. 3 bdrm IV4 bth, 2 lireplace, covflfed patio, attached garSge Block wall, Aseumable w/qu§lifying FHA loan Ph 5fe5-e008 .HIGHLAND HILLS BAR; GAIN. $3,000 casHdown, $750 mo ^.bdrm; 2'/^ bth, moveinconditioil. Principals .only. Impact Realty, 731-5656. "•--. • • This week's speaal $2,000 cash down. Monthly pymt below rent. ,3 bdrm, 2 bth PriocipaJs only ^ir}p$c\.R6a\ • • y.>7ri-5556 ^ Vt acre lot In Section 27, util In street, $16,900.564-3573 and 293-3614. FOR SALE BY OWNER 2 BR 1 BA. Utility room and basement can be used as third bedroom and family room. New roof, new kitchen. $56,000 Call 293-4610 BC NO QUALIFYING TAKEOVER PYMTS, LOW DOWN Terrific 2 story, 3 bdrm, 2 bth townhome near grade school 3 yrs old All appliances stay Well maintained. Must sell. Call Sandy, Award Realty 385-7400. eves, 456-1950 m,mi raiwDiT nvaazBicao MOOD oaomao NZ*a iiaoiaaoM m aaa HM ro TODI NEED TO SELL YOUR HOUSE? WE WILL BUY IT NOW? 2931613 GJ^. "Cariy" Smith, Jw. BIAUTIFUL BOULOIRCITY Customind home near OoH Courae. 2,180 aq. It. 3 f xtra If. pdnn, 3 baths, IndUMing a huge upatalra HMalaif autta. fNea pool a patk) aMgf^aafHnaacaplnQ. 2 car garage 8 many ax* liiif'. Prtaeipala only. __, low nerBy..i upkeepjr Wator;toaali ptekap pd^ '565 6210. \'^r^Cih^Pf V • '•t^ „l.' flMrl007. f^OR rtENT ;0fl 3 BA Lewis $800-; ?• mo.* Wy" -parliing Calf293r293^1^ fw Roger REALTOi Zi^^ 7 WurOFnCES millKNT FroJK2Wiq.. ^^y^;|^8onabl!. BoQld^TiMain Btdg. f f'^Am-im BC. I ii' |jii' "iii\ .. OFHIQi SPILCE .v*-'•rzon* \>i[:i. )iD(nn or diiesk spaciB •5^5r3065 2 6R 2'BA Villa Del PraciC?-' hjorne Swifnming popl,.spa indoer Siuna. l89.9Q0.-eal after 5 PM ^-a|7gd B.r ..iCfmi3;iAL.(?QNQQ£QB.. ...SfLE 600 sq.ji Qwperwiir: tarry-' A6k .lor .'Ldtireeo.* 383-21 fc BEALY MO^D^ DESERT su|^ REALTY: >;;_ ^Brand neVv horp^'w/fO ft "satellite dtsh Never livei) m 1270 sq. ,5^ 2.p^rm2;bfh,. pick your carpel, bioci*''wall,.;" • ^tar gargigt, Til^ Woyghoutjv; kitph9n.&\1Ja!h'','SfcrinX|jJ{s,, .aulotp.afc • ;Mariy l.CstC}, lea) BY MffiER Spacioui custom 4 BR BC fioim. fNNdy mnddeM andupgredMl. Po^.' mountatn^ vir.. Double garage. Fliplaee.:Oreat for entertafnlriB insidand otH/liin^ amenltiea. 293-1660 0C. ^ im /^m-y^^litQyf^^^^ PHOENIX .AWi/l^iBR J&^eA'.j liJjrHj-TQpna, .dioifiBii amay. roorri?J-3rqe Solac^heal^ di^ng pocll/ppa. Appraised at $l02,00b.^ ^uityJn^a Bciulder-Citi^hcxTxejcould" • "..JL":.,.!.' 'j.r i A I .1. TWQ INOySTmAL BUl£DlNQS IN> CM ZONED • OEVBL<)Wlto*f^yo(:ate|b.-aAVeiiS%Td igdusMai Rd ;^^.^00G^^ bidgs-#e all masion^ry ;? Story design'.* Eyapoo^pd wiffi 400 Afnpcapability. Eacljbwildjngtf^s "IJiXJp:^^, oujiside storage are^Qjitek wafi fenced ftndconcrete pavement Storage area.could 6e converted'blda23-2'202 or 293-1978 ^ **( ^f lAMD BUY --iBIf >4 DAHtiSlTEUI— • CdiiaEHCIM.rrNDim!^IAL-IAND-QPNSULTINff 4 S-acrfis across tl^e^tfeettojiji DocnpResiJty Develop-. mert...Plans"ihctLled'^45'-FrOnJM#^.$45p,T)(:)0 ;,/. ^^ iK)iuieREAcjrY :, 1610 llavadai Hvy.. C99-1ST3 anyijimt : > a91S9Sh<-"'" • -^v -^*| ide^At^. iNpC^UniALL^tedoB.tVe cofter (r ^^l^oljud^artr Spring^, Due tiockWf B6uldef>j llwy. Im^roVed^ witk-3 bii^nga aiiifitnce(l^\^n MdRE 6dGLOERlOir)r.'100'Xi25'nt in Hinder: SoB^ |39uJ|ier Hwy. XUutilitieirtn the atreef.^lley aeaeaMvW-'. • "*• *'' '^ .->' ^'itl^^^" ^-^ T-'^ • • '-• • ^fMN^CIAir CteNtER lO'atbr^ sdoppfng'i cenier OB bSsy Neilis Bivd. withlMgb traffic count, 6nec||j(^{Vacancy. Building is oneyear old an^, in'^i^^ent shap^. '*. 4 BEDROOM HOUSE FOR SAie MATURE UNDSCAPE*, LOTS' OF TREES, NEW CARPET, COOLER & PANELLING 20X30 COVERED PATIO, VIEW OF VEGAS -, $59,900 OR OFFER MUST SELL 565-5978 REAL ESTATE EVERYBODY ^ 's FSBO lALI mx THRU-Neat ni twraalta wHk lU aaalaf-Jaat I ItoMlSOQ. • BY OWNERS 4 bdrm or 3 and Den. One story, Del Prado. Pool, spa & RV parking, $125,000. AssumaWe loan Call 293-4406 BC. BC 3 BDRM HOME 1% bm. aehool. parta. chuntwa. Cmntrml mfc. B worttMhop. RV parking. Many axtraa. S84.SOO. g93-W11. WOULD YOU BELIEVEf*?? Over 4,000 aquart faet of building In the heart of downtown Bouldar City. Fixture* Inciuded for 1235,000. Gril DOME REALTY 293-1613 anyfliiia Nancy Murphy 293-3292 nHes WATCH DESERT BIGHORN AND SAILBOATS FROM YOUR L(VINQ ROOM. Custom HorTte designed (or-Easy Living In Prestige BC area. Fantaeho-b^ft-arid^our^'^Vtesysl-^aepsq'. ft'HtJ^ on Hew-Maint • '/j dae;3rBR' a-Ja.-ffi "Spacious &^ ; ,Aljj^,i3eai0n • • '/>il ti§ .Dream kitchen • Fireplace • Tons of,st9{§ig^"J\fet'baf • New Berber Carpet • Njp/i4y-*ecDj[ated • Vjew d6^s • ,Auto sprinklers •. tfriergy ETf 'iHuge'la'rage • Boat'and RVftstoragpand MREI BY OWNER 293^26. BC. T • OULDKR CITY BIAUTY-Ckw^ag S Uhtm kaaM aa aaraar la wUk Meal R V ParUafl-paMlw Villa Dai Pndo aeif hborbood-eall Raaarar datalb. CRKAMPUPr-Brlfhtaa..(. • • • EV'/' iietAii.011 OFFICS ... M 2 MO FREE FXhTT 5 20' S. BLDR HfWA findron Plasa Shopplrtg CtAt 1305 nio. 213/273-4194 abration Debbie 293-5682 BC • "' tf • • SACRIFrcfpver S^OOO SQ ft" lot, only. Fantastic -view of Lake,J4e:&c) Reduced'*!p $59^^500.. OvyjneR licehsce • .'P93-1.613 anytiiTit .T%rms. ^ WAMT TO KNOWwha%pui" property; 'IS worth? FreeV. martlet analysis Call ROGEfl''' f 293-2939. Realtor.CDld\*etl iBanker/Anchpr Realty FOR SALE BY OWN^ 2 BR 1 BA titility rxxxn and tjasf^ ment can be uSed as IHiw bedrodm and'tarnliyioom, ^-New roof, -tiew kitdtien. $56,t)00. Call 393-4810 BC $(425 mo l;Jo children, no tJefe. 293-108S. BC. • '^'" AHULT APARTMENTS As Lowr As $260 Mo • FumislMd i 564-6952 s^ Bob Ojsen Healty |^ & Insurance Inc. M CUSTOM TWO STORY. 4 bdrm, 4 l;a. 2,600 sq. fjt. 'V acre lot. Priced below apprajaal, will carry paper 203-3582. BC.-• ^"J $2,950 DOWN, 3 bdrin. ^ bth,;>2r car garage, fence^ yd, oceda' wiw TLC. BoidderJEKnf set aT*a. C:iil-435^(!ilM • 13.200 powli''-\/ 3.. bdrm, 2 bt^. 2 r* Ifardge. Tile W, feabed, flrep^cfC^cul de ^aac. Under $700 toonthly. C<# 435:8188. • -' $4,006. OOWNr'^^ 3 l^^m^ 2 bth. /^car garfg#, dW fireplace. Deiert Landscape. I'nde^ $725 monthly. HeritagS Hgirnes Realtors .435-0188 ^£i ,-(t WhIY • f^NT .WHEW VOU /*• TTAKl Q| IVJ. 1 Inis.irQ r,l\.,H<,t' CENTIIRY 2411^ REA1.TY, 204 W. Pacific LIVE ^ ofiTE SIDjE^renttfee^herf^ciou^^i^iro bedroom dopIes-waUdng-diatM^ce €b achooia af:* ahqppmg-only $68,500; ',., r' ^V, ^ w^' • ,Bpi>LDteR 'iJI'fr'S IEST BU**^cilirmrng V3 •bedroom home oirKMnir lot with.(bis of, R)f parking tM8tle4in p6e pl^^iioulder Cit^'a ni^t odghberhoodlt ",' .• • • • ;' • —;.—; • .1^ j • • .^'EAIV DOWN-H|kii; low iatW'atatei^D--^ Jeiu) for thfqualifying details. ThreeJbednioiti,|[arage< fflBced 3^-aaking.{i>i|ly $61,500> ,, ;,-j^, *,: OWN YodR OWNrOME-T% only $28:000fresfa^r painted bne bCdroo^fftiMJibme with'^ili appUancesr^ready for 4da%irtKrfin. ,.i"'' • -' • ;CAN S,LiY?>iinsure oi-'wp^' : yoLu^an do? Put your i-enT' dpBaffe into equity in yquiewn • ,'-rtomeJi let's :get you prequalified at no cost ^o you. • • CJ.Evelyn Plurrib,. CEKlr,. "• T-BRY..,-2l--JR. jR€Al;,TY,'... ,*'r96-5^4{^;()r:. 5155:3725 &' >?• • 'Atop -jay .JOi^-W.' Pacitic; "'PJtESIDENl^S CLUB MILUON DOLLAR CLtJB; Joaie Oliwil, 0.11:1. / • • llEid.TOR RESIDENTIAL. .".SPECIALIST RES. (702)454-8400 J^CK MAltHEWS R^LTY '*•'IF VOW ARE'THINKINO flieLlsfiNQ, CAllt THE GttEEN yAtkET SPCCIAtlST. J08IE QL^OH^cSMctiililng In Hwfdoroon P^dfUirtlM. For NinoYikro^ / .L, >' • f.-\ %>r. ,'j-m SIVUtH CViTOM 31 •P9M'^fAm^ r i*ifiilly room & 'FOrmsj llvifij r6eim '** ''•' 1 i^ Splar Pool SpO U, .^^ ; Near Hoipltal.A SrioppM0' >>'/ • 004 Montora Laita git.. ^ao ^^ .^^^ tc ^ CC':JD\U&LL BANKef? a mhim mtiii.m n,. Wheiryou^^inaiKj' ..thesaine^TOma'' 'v ? • '' • .'V ^Xx. w 6 WatMT St., Hmtdi MODERATELY PRIGED-All Terms Conaidered Only $69,000 for over 1,800 sq. ft. 3 Br IV4 bathe with enlarged home on. large pool sized comer lot. Moat ap' pliaacea, upgraded featurea. LAKE VIEW LOT-All utilitiM-ready to build. ^^5'ACRES off LA. Hwy. $45,000 or offer Good^ AN EYE TO THE FUTURE-GOOD INVESTMENT-OOOD LIVING IS Br Briek Hoaae ^ kHga Commercial Zoned lot. Only O0S.O0O. Good,llv{ag and good invMtBteat. Xow lateraat loan. Good • Aasomptlo^''. ^*._. ^ 37 ACRES LAltGlf OK SMALL PARCELS-INDUSTRIAL ZONEDAll otilitka Available. SPACIOUS HOME ON COUNTRY CLUB COURSE Over iOOO aq. ft 4 Br, 4 Batiu, 800 aq. f t Maatar Bedroom with Doable Jaciiazi, 9X10 Walk-in Ooaet. 3 FlrapUoea, Family Room, pooiaide with pool with Jacaaai aad aalar and gaa haatiag. Covarad deck overlooUag pool wHh atldiag doora opeai^p pooiaide. Call for appoitttBiaat. GREEN VALLBY-'Cwntty'ciatiCaatom Home Lot. Raady to boild. Eaay Terma. Location — Location. Sparkling clean 4 bdrm, 2 bth b(jieib Highland Hill8.'1*luah dupeting. block feoided, aiitp apirinklesafiPymts undo' $706. ilakin^ $110,000. Want tb live in luxury? This home is pcrfecf from the tile roof to the atrawberries & rdses. Tasteful decor. 3 bdrm, 2 bth. lush carpeting, 5>ak cobincta, RV parking. Truly elegant. Owner wants smaller iMme. S90,000. Move rifht into thia kivoly 3 bdkm, large conntry Utcken. Rehab, better than new home. Sprinklers, treea, $50,600. TROmCANA REALTY 565-3272 or 456^040 Aak for Dale m^M rerbcatei Beautiful MW^ 1 9Bi\ Sifyorcrost OkintrZ bfuiiwludtsiinaitvjt updraides. tlide view from pbrchrOuiet street. Orywalt finished.^riil^fulation tliruout. 1,244 sq. fU Full 1 yrjwarv >ranty from mfinufacture. Spki fjww for $97^000. Pried to sell at $ftj;s00;v.By owner. Call Jan to see. 299'>ti^i'6b. .^k ^ SELLlilASEOPnONrHiaawt Height" 3^. IV, bth^; .^l.S^O sq. ft. totS. 464 New, new carpet T/0, inside laundry nn, wallc in closets, covered patioe, garage, custom cabinets, applianoee. central aii/heat, th^ipp windajn I w/covers, (Md play area. Blotk fed(Ce^RV perlong & rnt alley acceee. Lawn w/auto prinkl||^v!^nt & rear, landscaped, quiet neigfaborixxxl twar achoob & i^ E-way. ramp. Immediate posneammjkanmte NQ poaabie. NO AGENTS. CaU 4566020 aftk 6 pi^at. >• a^ • *^ •OR SALE^Y OWNER 3*bf;v2 ba ime on ciuiet cul-tle-sac. Close to ihools. Al. siding, neyi^'i^dint &vappliance6. Askirtg $87,5.OJ0. Ph. 293-5898 after 4 pm: B.C. > ^ Ofnce Spaea Henderaon. < • Laaoa—Downtown llttUIOH: ifOtM' HANDS TIED FOft UCK OF CASH? INSTANT CASH Itl., 2nd., 3rd MORTQAQES-TRUST DEEDS KOZAL'8 730-7000 or 070-0460 VA AND OOVT ACUIIIID FROramBt, HAVI KtVt, SHOW ANrmii AU AMAt, PfUeit RiAtONAILI DOWN FYirrt, U^ TO DATE LISTS, SAVE TIMS AJND MONET, JENSEN'S REALTY CAU. RAY CURMEII SS4.93M • AUCTION, • Muat liqoidaie 3 eatiatea of $^iiial grafthic ait, origbial baxMuaa, alot B^dunaa, and vWeo gamea. Bailkrupt Jewerljr Store, SJPver bora, doiaaooe. Tiffany atylekinpa, antiqiie dcaka. A dining nn tablaa, Carooaal nmaic boxa*. PfdMao, Miro, WarboL OtOuka, E^ta, Ncfanaa. Chagall, Batenuw, Doolittle. and Dali. Sanday, May 22, Henderaon Convention Centar. 11 am. preview. 12 o'clock, AUCTION. M. Maradytb, Auctioneer. Ca. #912.^ I I • • Ii I '* .in I *• 5M7 ^ OEj[.^RAD0 TWO BEDRjB6M-One o|^%r and siipws TL6I j^ettadl pmland8pa,cortlerloti$ZmaiteEU|nce,aMuini^ie6.5%VAIoiM\l^ /. in'i^M oneiyeat-JloirieprotMtJlS plant: ,. .' .> ; .P(5PUliA|l'DEL PRAD04 bedroom with aianmabhrYA loanNeiit% -^ cojof^i^th/ii-qut, room for RVj>arking, auf;pmaUe i^prinklera, matim'' *1 OyfiRLOOKING the Hty on ovei^''2 acre fone bedroom custom hoaoie. ..vvj^amily roomiwithatriuni, fireplaoe andwe^ bar, waiH-in pantry,1^er-'^ i' cise rb-:2'' • .'';-^v^ \':^lv^'*^-'^"'" • • '•'^"v* r-f.; .-v.;;^: •"-^.;^^-r.' ..(>' • • 'YOUR JFAMJL'V' WILt'iNWY UFE-inHhis 4 be^iroom, 2'/i Kath; custom hpine, in a beautiful B'Hill%tting. Stone fireplace in family roiim, large master bedroOtD. exercise po6l aAd i^a'. are among the mjmy .a|dvan(age8. Reduced! $17.').000. • „ "' ..r \>w / "^ i* LOWEST PRICE IN AREAf $74,500 for 2 be^m 2 b<;& In adidt riii^home estates. E-Z landacapc tb'teaintain, can leave for aummer and no WQrriaa., .^ ^ i,-*;,--. ^:% ..... • • '^"' GREAT PRICE 0N,THIS MOBILE HO^E'Mth vivilj^^alLniovnUins and some view of lake'. Two bedroomH. 1' 4 baths, maintenance free deaert landacapfng and ample parking. $87,500. ^ .^'; \ A HOME YOUR FAMILY %L£ i;Dvkl:9n^iq. it 5 iMlla^ bat|a. Pool and ^pi|.phia R.V\'parking. $199,600. y \\ J ^ "'• "LAKE TERRACE TOWNHOUSE-3 bedroom 2 full batb, oee of pjonjir apa> tennis coiirts, two car garage. $128,900. ^ ;.*" • • .'.'* <'-'' j' • '"^ ,rj •. • • • • _• • .. MOBli^ JJOME ADULT AREA OV^au/)OKINO iTME IJUUI; ^1 rlSJ^""??^"^* '**''• "*='' 'iwpl'w. wnic Utchen fl^Am \ S.I. $90,000. -^ • 4 J „ • >^ • !* • '' • •' l,' --I--:-! •'• • • • • • • • /fc'i--"^-.• V RESIDfiNTtALlNCOME PROP^TYTWO bedrm. 1 bath Mise,j>Iaa ;. .^ 4tUhed atudio ajHvrtttent. $77,600. CaU for^yletails. LOW MAINTEN^I^rCE. WELL^EPT HOME. 3 bedrme.. 1% batha. / ^ • • m and '"Cantury 21 Real Eaf Corpwaion ,, E. WtQtMNQtNTir OWNtO AND OMMTKD ^93-6014 I33^AriaaQrSirW|^ •SoaMar City, lOOOS HOM&a^LAND^BUSINESS ; liHYESTSfigNT mmVLTAHTS i^-' ,,' • i &•'*' t^ • r.' r.f -.'^ s. MARINA pim'E CtflfOM-Vini ttka from ane oTtha fl^ crafted fio^ &itoili.t>y^ 4^)00 Iqi ft,lpe|adaa'main living aaiiia and goeatisr ItiTniiSillMV quartera. 3 car garagea and RV parUaf.'daU'fift more bifo: '" SAN |;^|l,IPEi>COyRT HBa;pH^'pl98. Oye^ loSka dty aad 4poaataina,'yet'8eehidie4'witir deeorvthre lighted W6ck waUa. Cov*ed>aUtt atoa •^orjlarga pjvtlaa. IndooflivlnO area fiai al^t 2,fOO aqVft!: w/4 baikf&Mna. 2% ba^. Baaeiiaent family roote,3 fmt garage aad.cpVfniA RV pArl^ :iikg,tmii^-^. • • : • :_ ,\ ,..:,.. i-^.^ • : • ::-. ^ELL/LEASEOPTJibN.bn jmlf coarilia.4 bdrm garagk Ha£ dW^vJi'. lUir be^oom overlooklag golf connA^(Vf{ced $149,600 or ttf loMe -ap*M-''.^-^^ -y-^.^: ^ EXiaiA-^Xcliria wAft thia40BiV4 BAYanfiy ,boma>a^$10Z,00.^^.:^. :. ^ LAtCRMTN ESTATES ever 1,700 aq.fakevUwltiBg Li^ ,Moad. ConM# lot $121,060.' \ LARQB HOJiim ON PINTO ^bdrm, ZVi bath,. over 2400 aq. ft. living araa.$00,600. \. : REDUaqpi OlfouNb PI^R coNObBoaldar Sqoara^ 2 bdrm condo, newly carpeted, eoavi|d^tfy laieated. P^ at $07,600. <^ •b • ifAGood family home, 4 bdrms, 1' baths, fami$96,900. FIRST TIMe drPERESD ly room, inside laundry area. 2 car garage. Beautiful kadacaping: $109^00. BUY TODAY thia excellent Value. Poor plea kxaWceatiaily, well audntained and has axiatiag FHA loan. $192,000. --l'/ EXPECT TRE BBBt "' ^ ^ ^i COLDWELt BANKER ANCHOR REALTY 501 Nev. Hwy.; B.C. Call 24 hrs 293-5757 TOLL FREE 1-800-453-1860 Ext. 310 An laatpudtMly OWMJI mi 0pmta4 I OOliNER LEWIS garage. Move4n Ok BRlV4bath.2ear^ 00,000. -. >?*' • I FRONT PORCH CK^RM ItoMr boahea, shade tree, 3 BR 2 BA faB41y>wi*i* 3 ear aaparate gaiaga. $00^. • V '• KiA^y'fOi MOVE iMOdM property 5 littta. Abi^ offfar. tradalfar dodta, boraaa, motor hone, i^!^oC|ata>i^pa^ dON)Dttl6N CONDITION TUi oae ia gnaitl 0 year ToOag 2 BR IH BA $07,900. jHlSTOllIC PERIOD BRICK Oaolrf a ktad. Complete w/baaement. 4 BR 2 atory on private laitoll.te heart of town w/view of lake. OMBM). 'MAUT A HAS F00L3 PR IH BAFaaOyrooa, I RV parU^. All for $112,000. bONT MISS THIS 4 BR I*/* BA 2 car garage IMt traaa. raaa ntdaM, outdoor Ughtad patio ready far apa $101,300. LAKE MEAD VIEW Beantifnl buOdiag let oa lahaddi of ViUa Oraade $90,000. RENTALS AVAILABLE 2*3 BDRMS <:all for FREE MARKET ANALYSIS of yow r af CMw 204-1508 Jerry MhaB • v'-'v": Aatkooy Wbti .. .^ > • *'*., • • • 203-706e Barton Hyde. Biaka r .203-2144 • 'i/ k URWIN Auon 298-5996 Reil Esliti Appralstr Properties GARGIS REALTY 564-6969 ^ CALICO RIDOB BUILDING LOTS and qaaHt/ enatoai new aria. Spactacniar Viaw. Coay aad failavaly BOULDER CITY MANUFACTURED HOME. 12X70 Broadftora. Hage covered patio. Eaekiaad porch. Baaatif al laadaeapiag aad above grooad pool. Family area. 1406 Coroaado Dr. $00,000. BUSY, BUSY BUSY, BEAUTY SHOP. 6 modera aUtiona in Readaraaa Shoppiag Village oa Bovldar Hwy. Attractive and aaeeaaafal baaiaiaa at only $24,000. Owner will help flaaaoe. Hair Palace 048 S BaaldarHwy. OVER $15,000 In almoot new faraitare aad faraiahlaga "PVaa" whea yoa pnrchaae thia exqaiaita Highlaad HUla Soaara. ProfaaaioBany dsoignad i9d decorated. TUa hone ia iforgaoaa. Loraly laadaeapiag, large priitata yard. Ceramic tile. Custom drapea aad ao mnch more. 706 Morroeea Or. Hdn. $99,000. POUR BEDROOM VALLEJO oa laah Aaauouble Loan $80,000. lat la Highland ifilla. ALMOST NEW CUSTOM ON HOME Vi M^ lot, 3 bdrm 2V< ba. Caatom Fireplace. Island Kitchen, akylighU, paatry. Inaide AtiUty room.Oaly $89,000. : r' '. • Call Darwin abont any government owned homee and bank rapba. M L; '^ PRXBHDl^-^ jpCViRXBICBb PROQD ..^. :GROlliMft' mm EBNDSR80H • V* IrtAWI HSia IPOR 46DTJI D. "JM*" JSNasN &tS>Vy!ATtfi ST. ,RESIlii2WfiAt DIVISION HOME INFORMALITY Wta Vlf Wds charm ^.this find. Newly ^laooratad, ataccoi<,'-.. ^, ^^•..: '% HILLSn)BBEAimrCaagetfdCaat4paii(yirlthlMDajapi^ CO, moaataia fiwyn. Contt lot, large traaa, maaicnred lawn, matora irfantiaga, aaay-care landaeaping, aatomatieapriaklar ayatam, covarad patio, dty witer. • ; VIEW^SiTE REtREA'FMalloir yat brattktakfag. Paatidlona opkaap, atoeoo. firaplaoa glow, formal dining room, den, walk-in cloaata, antomatic spriaklar ayatam, pool A apa, large viaw daek, doable entry doora. New appUancaa. HENDICRSON TOWNSITE-DESIRABLE HOME. Shady aite brightena this homa. Raaiodalad,otaceo pitchad roof and air conditioning. Kitchen appUaaoaa included, laoaiby room, faadag.'matare plantinga. REPAIRS WILL BE DONE. MOVE IN SgON. GRACEFUL AtlRACIOUS Expart laadacairing highl^hta thia bviting 2 atory condo. Stucco. Great family area, cantral air, cathadral cailinga, extra-large doaeta, cotintry Idtehan. Covered parldxff, oonunnnity pooL $W.0). / "^ TINY BUT TALENTED Hoapitable raaidenee providing npart laadaeapiag. Fraahly daeoratad. Qidat aad traa-Unad atraat. Cantral dr. aiactdc beat, walk-ia doaata. aat-ia Utdiaa^l BR. laala^aval laandry. Coadomiainm ia Laa Vagaa with EZ tanaa. 086 Royal Craat Or #23 831.000. SPACE APLENTY Clavar bayw wffl ba dalifhtad la tUa boagalow. Caairal air. aiaetrla haat, earpati^^ apt^ Utdhaa. 2 BE, UtdMa appUaaoaa iadadad, maia-laval kmadry. fawdag. PLUS aida driva. i acboob. Saa thia oaa A LITTLE WONDERI Royal Croat Arma condo. That faataraa proyardaeapa. Qoiat trao^aad atraat, oaatral dr, daetrio beat, walk-ia doaat, aat-ia Utcban, 1 BR Utcben applidieaa incloded, main-lavd laandry. EZ tarma and faat mova-ia. $3MO0. 676 S. Royal Craat CR. BIG VALUE: REDUCED PRICEI Homa boaattag eovarad patio. Caatral air 4 beat, paddla faaa. daa. Utehaa appUaacaa fawMad, faadag, dty water, dty atiUtlaa. S BR/1.7S batha. PLUS aaar achoola, racraatioa, Unaaoal Valoa. 617 Graaaway Ra INTERESTED IN GOVERNMENT ACQUIRED HOMES? CONTACT OUR SPECIALISTS AT LQRCALL 6644S ^ 1 .V 3 BEDROOM + POOLGUE5T OTR5 "NEW LliTINCr' On CuM>ilw, Yumo Oouft. Apprw. tOOQioTl I a a/4itm Omn p^n. Wrt for Toowogf of Nothor.in-tiw. 81144^1 !:^!^JLyJlW„ADULT AREA $90,000 Sn iHtmi THU 2 HDROOM 2 IMM MbsRA M^ far rail to mava right In. Ineladee^lTeilaaa, OwaaeMnaaC eama? ^ Ftoef..OPrtlo o^Kit4u.itTVl;^SSrSl'ST^^^ GOURMET BAKERY Jeanin e ? Sweet Trecift Jnciu^MAtl-tqufprnftntJiaeipnti mum^umnfw rttif§. U QriSt BusinSi Opportunity n Hatl Pimi OrUv 129300 t BEDROOM 2 BATH CoNDO UHOlk $60,000 [On Oobr^lo with Mountain A ValtoY VWwa. Alt otaptrtot "n oxcoiitnt condwion. Coii now tor onoiminoB i ta aaail EDGARS BAKERY & CAFE 1 raai Loodion In Maifria wpiipfriaiiiaari I CALL MANNY 2^4 COLDWFLL BANKfR ANCHOkKFAtfr iiMiiiti^aiiMitiiMi^ MOPEIirif t, iHCa il4 Nevada HlffNviiyrm] M9.3333 **l PRI^ Bli)l7CED-PraatigioBa Caatom Lahoyli^ hma. High dovaUoagivaa vipf of aioantaina, vailayf. Flaxfbia floor plaa diAaiifm all Uyfag tmatoept. D^ charry-fiai#bM baam edlfaw (iraataa'dhtiai tivevtmaaphara. Extaadve oae of fiao woodwork. Foar BE, IM BA CORNER LOT i^ caatom homauirith view of Lake Maad m-. v^M^. AU dty aerrieiO. LarifaatadOtraaaaadiioaawaBighikpffnl^! : ^iMffrliifi, 1liil Istota ilnoa 1947 mpn Mt Qarratt, brokar s •, 2^2839 Frad^Diknham ;w y^> s ay i!... :ai^^ ExpoHonemd P^fioriy MmnrntiBmBat ^ ^ UBtwHh U9 far BeiUm ^n >•' HENDlilSON REALTY. INC. (702) S64-2S1S iv; Pitt your tnlstto^^ One: THINKING OF BELUNGn WimtmCammnyv I Sa^ aad Qaadi OBI hi^ mna OHMfeairbiliwa. 1bpimidaa pm paaiapartwHmaaMaO i yhtr bymi phowt of 4. ravlsw whhiOM a Ma af a la k# di a har |ah of Mibig roor fOU. iralewma 7. -fc ortw Oia iialoidi> haoaa CPnuPf H cdoKi wfil mnilhadhd aa >aaf piapan wIMa bilwid^aOldaMpniMikiilbytocfkmaarcrdaaacB.) r • '' ^ '. U 2 >>' We Service Our Llsffngs and... Guarantee ItiT mm\ 18 Water St. (702) 564-2515 Mm ••md'—ir*dmurkst4C(rnlury2lll4Mlli.<>Uh.-CufpiMiin h4iullliiMmi1|^< EACH OFFICE H INDCrENtXNTlY OWNED AND OPntATtO. • ^ V'' ''\-'. Ji^

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TAILER8PACEtofrwH.8' wida.AduRpari(S13Sfno& dapogjl_564139e •' • "-• • • r Bank R^poa & con'^ figiiiMata. Lt u^fipd • ioa 1 bdrm ap t-.aaar ifraHMni HaadaHiaa. 'pkk. GleaatB^ A 'aiiimrltf \ depaait. oi|afeaatodM.Caa' One Warljuielloaa. .? .. ^^ y#fy-'^ 4^... .GOjLf COURSE at babk ya^d; aWrm,. 2 t>ath, gara^, FOR RDTT OR SALE. AdahCeMaiBiaiaaiia aty. 2 bad-. IV4 batha. Raat 8ak 155,000. [ W^mmm mwnc: $45SQFT.INBOULDERr7 Won't last! 4 bdrm 3 bath £ us enclosed garage Plus rge family room. RV park ing Desert landscaping. Lewis Home $99,500 293-0006. B C Henderson 2 txirm. 2 bth, IV? car garage, Redwood deck, cover and spa Newly landscaped w/auto spnnk lers Many upgrades. Near Smiths. $72,000 Mark, 791 6250 or 564-4454 Government Homes from $1.00. "U Repair". Also tax delinquent property Call 805-644-9533 Ext. 1475 for info. For sale: Section 27, custom home. 3 bdrm IV4 bth, 2 lireplace, covflfed patio, attached garSge Block wall, Aseumable w/qu§lifying FHA loan Ph 5fe5-e008 .HIGHLAND HILLS BAR; GAIN. $3,000 casHdown, $750 mo ^.bdrm; 2'/^ bth, moveinconditioil. Principals .only. Impact Realty, 731-5656. "•--. • • This week's speaal $2,000 cash down. Monthly pymt below rent. ,3 bdrm, 2 bth PriocipaJs only ^ir}p$c\.R6a\ • • y.>7ri-5556 ^ Vt acre lot In Section 27, util In street, $16,900.564-3573 and 293-3614. FOR SALE BY OWNER 2 BR 1 BA. Utility room and basement can be used as third bedroom and family room. New roof, new kitchen. $56,000 Call 293-4610 BC NO QUALIFYING TAKEOVER PYMTS, LOW DOWN Terrific 2 story, 3 bdrm, 2 bth townhome near grade school 3 yrs old All appliances stay Well maintained. Must sell. Call Sandy, Award Realty 385-7400. eves, 456-1950 m,mi raiwDiT nvaazBicao MOOD oaomao NZ*a iiaoiaaoM m aaa HM ro TODI NEED TO SELL YOUR HOUSE? WE WILL BUY IT NOW? 2931613 GJ^. "Cariy" Smith, Jw. BIAUTIFUL BOULOIRCITY Customind home near OoH Courae. 2,180 aq. It. 3 f xtra If. pdnn, 3 baths, IndUMing a huge upatalra HMalaif autta. fNea pool a patk) aMgf^aafHnaacaplnQ. 2 car garage 8 many ax* liiif'. Prtaeipala only. __, low nerBy..i upkeepjr Wator;toaali ptekap pd^ '565 6210. \'^r^Cih^Pf V • '•t^ „l.' flMrl007. f^OR rtENT ;0fl 3 BA Lewis $800-; ?• mo.* Wy" -parliing Calf293r293^1^ fw Roger REALTOi Zi^^ 7 WurOFnCES millKNT FroJK2Wiq.. ^^y^;|^8onabl!. BoQld^TiMain Btdg. f f'^Am-im BC. I ii' |jii' "iii\ .. OFHIQi SPILCE .v*-'•rzon* \>i[:i. )iD(nn or diiesk spaciB •5^5r3065 2 6R 2'BA Villa Del PraciC?-' hjorne Swifnming popl,.spa indoer Siuna. l89.9Q0.-eal after 5 PM ^-a|7gd B.r ..iCfmi3;iAL.(?QNQQ£QB.. ...SfLE 600 sq.ji Qwperwiir: tarry-' A6k .lor .'Ldtireeo.* 383-21 fc BEALY MO^D^ DESERT su|^ REALTY: >;;_ ^Brand neVv horp^'w/fO ft "satellite dtsh Never livei) m 1270 sq. ,5^ 2.p^rm2;bfh,. pick your carpel, bioci*''wall,.;" • ^tar gargigt, Til^ Woyghoutjv; kitph9n.&\1Ja!h'','SfcrinX|jJ{s,, .aulotp.afc • ;Mariy l.CstC}, lea) BY MffiER Spacioui custom 4 BR BC fioim. fNNdy mnddeM andupgredMl. Po^.' mountatn^ vir.. Double garage. Fliplaee.:Oreat for entertafnlriB insidand otH/liin^ amenltiea. 293-1660 0C. ^ im /^m-y^^litQyf^^^^ PHOENIX .AWi/l^iBR J&^eA'.j liJjrHj-TQpna, .dioifiBii amay. roorri?J-3rqe Solac^heal^ di^ng pocll/ppa. Appraised at $l02,00b.^ ^uityJn^a Bciulder-Citi^hcxTxejcould" • "..JL":.,.!.' 'j.r i A I .1. TWQ INOySTmAL BUl£DlNQS IN> CM ZONED • OEVBL<)Wlto*f^yo(:ate|b.-aAVeiiS%Td igdusMai Rd ;^^.^00G^^ bidgs-#e all masion^ry ;? Story design'.* Eyapoo^pd wiffi 400 Afnpcapability. Eacljbwildjngtf^s "IJiXJp:^^, oujiside storage are^Qjitek wafi fenced ftndconcrete pavement Storage area.could 6e converted'blda23-2'202 or 293-1978 ^ **( ^f lAMD BUY --iBIf >4 DAHtiSlTEUI— • CdiiaEHCIM.rrNDim!^IAL-IAND-QPNSULTINff 4 S-acrfis across tl^e^tfeettojiji DocnpResiJty Develop-. mert...Plans"ihctLled'^45'-FrOnJM#^.$45p,T)(:)0 ;,/. ^^ iK)iuieREAcjrY :, 1610 llavadai Hvy.. C99-1ST3 anyijimt : > a91S9Sh<-"'" • -^v -^*| ide^At^. iNpC^UniALL^tedoB.tVe cofter (r ^^l^oljud^artr Spring^, Due tiockWf B6uldef>j llwy. Im^roVed^ witk-3 bii^nga aiiifitnce(l^\^n MdRE 6dGLOERlOir)r.'100'Xi25'nt in Hinder: SoB^ |39uJ|ier Hwy. XUutilitieirtn the atreef.^lley aeaeaMvW-'. • "*• *'' '^ .->' ^'itl^^^" ^-^ T-'^ • • '-• • ^fMN^CIAir CteNtER lO'atbr^ sdoppfng'i cenier OB bSsy Neilis Bivd. withlMgb traffic count, 6nec||j(^{Vacancy. Building is oneyear old an^, in'^i^^ent shap^. '*. 4 BEDROOM HOUSE FOR SAie MATURE UNDSCAPE*, LOTS' OF TREES, NEW CARPET, COOLER & PANELLING 20X30 COVERED PATIO, VIEW OF VEGAS -, $59,900 OR OFFER MUST SELL 565-5978 REAL ESTATE EVERYBODY ^ 's FSBO lALI mx THRU-Neat ni twraalta wHk lU aaalaf-Jaat I ItoMlSOQ. • BY OWNERS 4 bdrm or 3 and Den. One story, Del Prado. Pool, spa & RV parking, $125,000. AssumaWe loan Call 293-4406 BC. BC 3 BDRM HOME 1% bm. aehool. parta. chuntwa. Cmntrml mfc. B worttMhop. RV parking. Many axtraa. S84.SOO. g93-W11. WOULD YOU BELIEVEf*?? Over 4,000 aquart faet of building In the heart of downtown Bouldar City. Fixture* Inciuded for 1235,000. Gril DOME REALTY 293-1613 anyfliiia Nancy Murphy 293-3292 nHes WATCH DESERT BIGHORN AND SAILBOATS FROM YOUR L(VINQ ROOM. Custom HorTte designed (or-Easy Living In Prestige BC area. Fantaeho-b^ft-arid^our^'^Vtesysl-^aepsq'. ft'HtJ^ on Hew-Maint • '/j dae;3rBR' a-Ja.-ffi "Spacious &^ ; ,Aljj^,i3eai0n • • '/>il ti§ .Dream kitchen • Fireplace • Tons of,st9{§ig^"J\fet'baf • New Berber Carpet • Njp/i4y-*ecDj[ated • Vjew d6^s • ,Auto sprinklers •. tfriergy ETf 'iHuge'la'rage • Boat'and RVftstoragpand MREI BY OWNER 293^26. BC. T • OULDKR CITY BIAUTY-Ckw^ag S Uhtm kaaM aa aaraar la wUk Meal R V ParUafl-paMlw Villa Dai Pndo aeif hborbood-eall Raaarar datalb. CRKAMPUPr-Brlfhtaa..(. • • • EV'/' iietAii.011 OFFICS ... M 2 MO FREE FXhTT 5 20' S. BLDR HfWA findron Plasa Shopplrtg CtAt 1305 nio. 213/273-4194 abration Debbie 293-5682 BC • "' tf • • SACRIFrcfpver S^OOO SQ ft" lot, only. Fantastic -view of Lake,J4e:&c) Reduced'*!p $59^^500.. OvyjneR licehsce • .'P93-1.613 anytiiTit .T%rms. ^ WAMT TO KNOWwha%pui" property; 'IS worth? FreeV. martlet analysis Call ROGEfl''' f 293-2939. Realtor.CDld\*etl iBanker/Anchpr Realty FOR SALE BY OWN^ 2 BR 1 BA titility rxxxn and tjasf^ ment can be uSed as IHiw bedrodm and'tarnliyioom, ^-New roof, -tiew kitdtien. $56,t)00. Call 393-4810 BC $(425 mo l;Jo children, no tJefe. 293-108S. BC. • '^'" AHULT APARTMENTS As Lowr As $260 Mo • FumislMd i 564-6952 s^ Bob Ojsen Healty |^ & Insurance Inc. M CUSTOM TWO STORY. 4 bdrm, 4 l;a. 2,600 sq. fjt. 'V acre lot. Priced below apprajaal, will carry paper 203-3582. BC.-• ^"J $2,950 DOWN, 3 bdrin. ^ bth,;>2r car garage, fence^ yd, oceda' wiw TLC. BoidderJEKnf set aT*a. C:iil-435^(!ilM • 13.200 powli''-\/ 3.. bdrm, 2 bt^. 2 r* Ifardge. Tile W, feabed, flrep^cfC^cul de ^aac. Under $700 toonthly. C<# 435:8188. • -' $4,006. OOWNr'^^ 3 l^^m^ 2 bth. /^car garfg#, dW fireplace. Deiert Landscape. I'nde^ $725 monthly. HeritagS Hgirnes Realtors .435-0188 ^£i ,-(t WhIY • f^NT .WHEW VOU /*• TTAKl Q| IVJ. 1 Inis.irQ r,l\.,H<,t' CENTIIRY 2411^ REA1.TY, 204 W. Pacific LIVE ^ ofiTE SIDjE^renttfee^herf^ciou^^i^iro bedroom dopIes-waUdng-diatM^ce €b achooia af:* ahqppmg-only $68,500; ',., r' ^V, ^ w^' • ,Bpi>LDteR 'iJI'fr'S IEST BU**^cilirmrng V3 •bedroom home oirKMnir lot with.(bis of, R)f parking tM8tle4in p6e pl^^iioulder Cit^'a ni^t odghberhoodlt ",' .• • • • ;' • —;.—; • .1^ j • • .^'EAIV DOWN-H|kii; low iatW'atatei^D--^ Jeiu) for thfqualifying details. ThreeJbednioiti,|[arage< fflBced 3^-aaking.{i>i|ly $61,500> ,, ;,-j^, *,: OWN YodR OWNrOME-T% only $28:000fresfa^r painted bne bCdroo^fftiMJibme with'^ili appUancesr^ready for 4da%irtKrfin. ,.i"'' • -' • ;CAN S,LiY?>iinsure oi-'wp^' : yoLu^an do? Put your i-enT' dpBaffe into equity in yquiewn • ,'-rtomeJi let's :get you prequalified at no cost ^o you. • • CJ.Evelyn Plurrib,. CEKlr,. "• T-BRY..,-2l--JR. jR€Al;,TY,'... ,*'r96-5^4{^;()r:. 5155:3725 &' >?• • 'Atop -jay .JOi^-W.' Pacitic; "'PJtESIDENl^S CLUB MILUON DOLLAR CLtJB; Joaie Oliwil, 0.11:1. / • • llEid.TOR RESIDENTIAL. .".SPECIALIST RES. (702)454-8400 J^CK MAltHEWS R^LTY '*•'IF VOW ARE'THINKINO flieLlsfiNQ, CAllt THE GttEEN yAtkET SPCCIAtlST. J08IE QL^OH^cSMctiililng In Hwfdoroon P^dfUirtlM. For NinoYikro^ / .L, >' • f.-\ %>r. ,'j-m SIVUtH CViTOM 31 •P9M'^fAm^ r i*ifiilly room & 'FOrmsj llvifij r6eim '** ''•' 1 i^ Splar Pool SpO U, .^^ ; Near Hoipltal.A SrioppM0' >>'/ • 004 Montora Laita git.. ^ao ^^ .^^^ tc ^ CC':JD\U&LL BANKef? a mhim mtiii.m n,. Wheiryou^^inaiKj' ..thesaine^TOma'' 'v ? • '' • .'V ^Xx. w 6 WatMT St., Hmtdi MODERATELY PRIGED-All Terms Conaidered Only $69,000 for over 1,800 sq. ft. 3 Br IV4 bathe with enlarged home on. large pool sized comer lot. Moat ap' pliaacea, upgraded featurea. LAKE VIEW LOT-All utilitiM-ready to build. ^^5'ACRES off LA. Hwy. $45,000 or offer Good^ AN EYE TO THE FUTURE-GOOD INVESTMENT-OOOD LIVING IS Br Briek Hoaae ^ kHga Commercial Zoned lot. Only O0S.O0O. Good,llv{ag and good invMtBteat. Xow lateraat loan. Good • Aasomptlo^''. ^*._. ^ 37 ACRES LAltGlf OK SMALL PARCELS-INDUSTRIAL ZONEDAll otilitka Available. SPACIOUS HOME ON COUNTRY CLUB COURSE Over iOOO aq. ft 4 Br, 4 Batiu, 800 aq. f t Maatar Bedroom with Doable Jaciiazi, 9X10 Walk-in Ooaet. 3 FlrapUoea, Family Room, pooiaide with pool with Jacaaai aad aalar and gaa haatiag. Covarad deck overlooUag pool wHh atldiag doora opeai^p pooiaide. Call for appoitttBiaat. GREEN VALLBY-'Cwntty'ciatiCaatom Home Lot. Raady to boild. Eaay Terma. Location — Location. Sparkling clean 4 bdrm, 2 bth b(jieib Highland Hill8.'1*luah dupeting. block feoided, aiitp apirinklesafiPymts undo' $706. ilakin^ $110,000. Want tb live in luxury? This home is pcrfecf from the tile roof to the atrawberries & rdses. Tasteful decor. 3 bdrm, 2 bth. lush carpeting, 5>ak cobincta, RV parking. Truly elegant. Owner wants smaller iMme. S90,000. Move rifht into thia kivoly 3 bdkm, large conntry Utcken. Rehab, better than new home. Sprinklers, treea, $50,600. TROmCANA REALTY 565-3272 or 456^040 Aak for Dale m^M rerbcatei Beautiful MW^ 1 9Bi\ Sifyorcrost OkintrZ bfuiiwludtsiinaitvjt updraides. tlide view from pbrchrOuiet street. Orywalt finished.^riil^fulation tliruout. 1,244 sq. fU Full 1 yrjwarv >ranty from mfinufacture. Spki fjww for $97^000. Pried to sell at $ftj;s00;v.By owner. Call Jan to see. 299'>ti^i'6b. .^k ^ SELLlilASEOPnONrHiaawt Height" 3^. IV, bth^; .^l.S^O sq. ft. totS. 464 New, new carpet T/0, inside laundry nn, wallc in closets, covered patioe, garage, custom cabinets, applianoee. central aii/heat, th^ipp windajn I w/covers, (Md play area. Blotk fed(Ce^RV perlong & rnt alley acceee. Lawn w/auto prinkl||^v!^nt & rear, landscaped, quiet neigfaborixxxl twar achoob & i^ E-way. ramp. Immediate posneammjkanmte NQ poaabie. NO AGENTS. CaU 4566020 aftk 6 pi^at. >• a^ • *^ •OR SALE^Y OWNER 3*bf;v2 ba ime on ciuiet cul-tle-sac. Close to ihools. Al. siding, neyi^'i^dint &vappliance6. Askirtg $87,5.OJ0. Ph. 293-5898 after 4 pm: B.C. > ^ Ofnce Spaea Henderaon. < • Laaoa—Downtown llttUIOH: ifOtM' HANDS TIED FOft UCK OF CASH? INSTANT CASH Itl., 2nd., 3rd MORTQAQES-TRUST DEEDS KOZAL'8 730-7000 or 070-0460 VA AND OOVT ACUIIIID FROramBt, HAVI KtVt, SHOW ANrmii AU AMAt, PfUeit RiAtONAILI DOWN FYirrt, U^ TO DATE LISTS, SAVE TIMS AJND MONET, JENSEN'S REALTY CAU. RAY CURMEII SS4.93M • AUCTION, • Muat liqoidaie 3 eatiatea of $^iiial grafthic ait, origbial baxMuaa, alot B^dunaa, and vWeo gamea. Bailkrupt Jewerljr Store, SJPver bora, doiaaooe. Tiffany atylekinpa, antiqiie dcaka. A dining nn tablaa, Carooaal nmaic boxa*. PfdMao, Miro, WarboL OtOuka, E^ta, Ncfanaa. Chagall, Batenuw, Doolittle. and Dali. Sanday, May 22, Henderaon Convention Centar. 11 am. preview. 12 o'clock, AUCTION. M. Maradytb, Auctioneer. Ca. #912.^ I I • • Ii I '* .in I *• 5M7 ^ OEj[.^RAD0 TWO BEDRjB6M-One o|^%r and siipws TL6I j^ettadl pmland8pa,cortlerloti$ZmaiteEU|nce,aMuini^ie6.5%VAIoiM\l^ /. in'i^M oneiyeat-JloirieprotMtJlS plant: ,. .' .> ; .P(5PUliA|l'DEL PRAD04 bedroom with aianmabhrYA loanNeiit% -^ cojof^i^th/ii-qut, room for RVj>arking, auf;pmaUe i^prinklera, matim'' *1 OyfiRLOOKING the Hty on ovei^''2 acre fone bedroom custom hoaoie. ..vvj^amily roomiwithatriuni, fireplaoe andwe^ bar, waiH-in pantry,1^er-'^ i' cise rb-:2'' • .'';-^v^ \':^lv^'*^-'^"'" • • '•'^"v* r-f.; .-v.;;^: •"-^.;^^-r.' ..(>' • • 'YOUR JFAMJL'V' WILt'iNWY UFE-inHhis 4 be^iroom, 2'/i Kath; custom hpine, in a beautiful B'Hill%tting. Stone fireplace in family roiim, large master bedroOtD. exercise po6l aAd i^a'. are among the mjmy .a|dvan(age8. Reduced! $17.').000. • „ "' ..r \>w / "^ i* LOWEST PRICE IN AREAf $74,500 for 2 be^m 2 b<;& In adidt riii^home estates. E-Z landacapc tb'teaintain, can leave for aummer and no WQrriaa., .^ ^ i,-*;,--. ^:% ..... • • '^"' GREAT PRICE 0N,THIS MOBILE HO^E'Mth vivilj^^alLniovnUins and some view of lake'. Two bedroomH. 1' 4 baths, maintenance free deaert landacapfng and ample parking. $87,500. ^ .^'; \ A HOME YOUR FAMILY %L£ i;Dvkl:9n^iq. it 5 iMlla^ bat|a. Pool and ^pi|.phia R.V\'parking. $199,600. y \\ J ^ "'• "LAKE TERRACE TOWNHOUSE-3 bedroom 2 full batb, oee of pjonjir apa> tennis coiirts, two car garage. $128,900. ^ ;.*" • • .'.'* <'-'' j' • '"^ ,rj •. • • • • _• • .. MOBli^ JJOME ADULT AREA OV^au/)OKINO iTME IJUUI; ^1 rlSJ^""??^"^* '**''• "*='' 'iwpl'w. wnic Utchen fl^Am \ S.I. $90,000. -^ • 4 J „ • >^ • !* • '' • •' l,' --I--:-! •'• • • • • • • • /fc'i--"^-.• V RESIDfiNTtALlNCOME PROP^TYTWO bedrm. 1 bath Mise,j>Iaa ;. .^ 4tUhed atudio ajHvrtttent. $77,600. CaU for^yletails. LOW MAINTEN^I^rCE. WELL^EPT HOME. 3 bedrme.. 1% batha. / ^ • • m and '"Cantury 21 Real Eaf Corpwaion ,, E. WtQtMNQtNTir OWNtO AND OMMTKD ^93-6014 I33^AriaaQrSirW|^ •SoaMar City, lOOOS HOM&a^LAND^BUSINESS ; liHYESTSfigNT mmVLTAHTS i^-' ,,' • i &•'*' t^ • r.' r.f -.'^ s. MARINA pim'E CtflfOM-Vini ttka from ane oTtha fl^ crafted fio^ &itoili.t>y^ 4^)00 Iqi ft,lpe|adaa'main living aaiiia and goeatisr ItiTniiSillMV quartera. 3 car garagea and RV parUaf.'daU'fift more bifo: '" SAN |;^|l,IPEi>COyRT HBa;pH^'pl98. Oye^ loSka dty aad 4poaataina,'yet'8eehidie4'witir deeorvthre lighted W6ck waUa. Cov*ed>aUtt atoa •^orjlarga pjvtlaa. IndooflivlnO area fiai al^t 2,fOO aqVft!: w/4 baikf&Mna. 2% ba^. Baaeiiaent family roote,3 fmt garage aad.cpVfniA RV pArl^ :iikg,tmii^-^. • • : • :_ ,\ ,..:,.. i-^.^ • : • ::-. ^ELL/LEASEOPTJibN.bn jmlf coarilia.4 bdrm garagk Ha£ dW^vJi'. lUir be^oom overlooklag golf connA^(Vf{ced $149,600 or ttf loMe -ap*M-''.^-^^ -y-^.^: ^ EXiaiA-^Xcliria wAft thia40BiV4 BAYanfiy ,boma>a^$10Z,00.^^.:^. :. ^ LAtCRMTN ESTATES ever 1,700 aq.fakevUwltiBg Li^ ,Moad. ConM# lot $121,060.' \ LARQB HOJiim ON PINTO ^bdrm, ZVi bath,. over 2400 aq. ft. living araa.$00,600. \. : REDUaqpi OlfouNb PI^R coNObBoaldar Sqoara^ 2 bdrm condo, newly carpeted, eoavi|d^tfy laieated. P^ at $07,600. <^ •b • ifAGood family home, 4 bdrms, 1' baths, fami$96,900. FIRST TIMe drPERESD ly room, inside laundry area. 2 car garage. Beautiful kadacaping: $109^00. BUY TODAY thia excellent Value. Poor plea kxaWceatiaily, well audntained and has axiatiag FHA loan. $192,000. --l'/ EXPECT TRE BBBt "' ^ ^ ^i COLDWELt BANKER ANCHOR REALTY 501 Nev. Hwy.; B.C. Call 24 hrs 293-5757 TOLL FREE 1-800-453-1860 Ext. 310 An laatpudtMly OWMJI mi 0pmta4 I OOliNER LEWIS garage. Move4n Ok BRlV4bath.2ear^ 00,000. -. >?*' • I FRONT PORCH CK^RM ItoMr boahea, shade tree, 3 BR 2 BA faB41y>wi*i* 3 ear aaparate gaiaga. $00^. • V '• KiA^y'fOi MOVE iMOdM property 5 littta. Abi^ offfar. tradalfar dodta, boraaa, motor hone, i^!^oC|ata>i^pa^ dON)Dttl6N CONDITION TUi oae ia gnaitl 0 year ToOag 2 BR IH BA $07,900. jHlSTOllIC PERIOD BRICK Oaolrf a ktad. Complete w/baaement. 4 BR 2 atory on private laitoll.te heart of town w/view of lake. OMBM). 'MAUT A HAS F00L3 PR IH BAFaaOyrooa, I RV parU^. All for $112,000. bONT MISS THIS 4 BR I*/* BA 2 car garage IMt traaa. raaa ntdaM, outdoor Ughtad patio ready far apa $101,300. LAKE MEAD VIEW Beantifnl buOdiag let oa lahaddi of ViUa Oraade $90,000. RENTALS AVAILABLE 2*3 BDRMS <:all for FREE MARKET ANALYSIS of yow r af CMw
204-1508 Jerry MhaB • v'-'v": Aatkooy Wbti .. .^ > • *'*., • • • 203-706e Barton Hyde. Biaka r .203-2144 • 'i/ k URWIN Auon 298-5996 Reil Esliti Appralstr Properties GARGIS REALTY 564-6969 ^ CALICO RIDOB BUILDING LOTS and qaaHt/ enatoai new aria. Spactacniar Viaw. Coay aad failavaly BOULDER CITY MANUFACTURED HOME. 12X70 Broadftora. Hage covered patio. Eaekiaad porch. Baaatif al laadaeapiag aad above grooad pool. Family area. 1406 Coroaado Dr. $00,000. BUSY, BUSY BUSY, BEAUTY SHOP. 6 modera aUtiona in Readaraaa Shoppiag Village oa Bovldar Hwy. Attractive and aaeeaaafal baaiaiaa at only $24,000. Owner will help flaaaoe. Hair Palace 048 S BaaldarHwy. OVER $15,000 In almoot new faraitare aad faraiahlaga "PVaa" whea yoa pnrchaae thia exqaiaita Highlaad HUla Soaara. ProfaaaioBany dsoignad i9d decorated. TUa hone ia iforgaoaa. Loraly laadaeapiag, large priitata yard. Ceramic tile. Custom drapea aad ao mnch more. 706 Morroeea Or. Hdn. $99,000. POUR BEDROOM VALLEJO oa laah Aaauouble Loan $80,000. lat la Highland ifilla. ALMOST NEW CUSTOM ON HOME Vi M^ lot, 3 bdrm 2V< ba. Caatom Fireplace. Island Kitchen, akylighU, paatry. Inaide AtiUty room.Oaly $89,000. : r' '. • Call Darwin abont any government owned homee and bank rapba. M L; '^ PRXBHDl^-^ jpCViRXBICBb PROQD ..^. :GROlliMft' mm EBNDSR80H • V* IrtAWI HSia IPOR 46DTJI D. "JM*" JSNasN &tS>Vy!ATtfi ST. ,RESIlii2WfiAt DIVISION HOME INFORMALITY Wta Vlf Wds charm ^.this find. Newly ^laooratad, ataccoi<,'-.. ^, ^^•..: '% HILLSn)BBEAimrCaagetfdCaat4paii(yirlthlMDajapi^ CO, moaataia fiwyn. Contt lot, large traaa, maaicnred lawn, matora irfantiaga, aaay-care landaeaping, aatomatieapriaklar ayatam, covarad patio, dty witer. • ; VIEW^SiTE REtREA'FMalloir yat brattktakfag. Paatidlona opkaap, atoeoo. firaplaoa glow, formal dining room, den, walk-in cloaata, antomatic spriaklar ayatam, pool A apa, large viaw daek, doable entry doora. New appUancaa. HENDICRSON TOWNSITE-DESIRABLE HOME. Shady aite brightena this homa. Raaiodalad,otaceo pitchad roof and air conditioning. Kitchen appUaaoaa included, laoaiby room, faadag.'matare plantinga. REPAIRS WILL BE DONE. MOVE IN SgON. GRACEFUL AtlRACIOUS Expart laadacairing highl^hta thia bviting 2 atory condo. Stucco. Great family area, cantral air, cathadral cailinga, extra-large doaeta, cotintry Idtehan. Covered parldxff, oonunnnity pooL $W.0). / "^ TINY BUT TALENTED Hoapitable raaidenee providing npart laadaeapiag. Fraahly daeoratad. Qidat aad traa-Unad atraat. Cantral dr. aiactdc beat, walk-ia doaata. aat-ia Utdiaa^l BR. laala^aval laandry. Coadomiainm ia Laa Vagaa with EZ tanaa. 086 Royal Craat Or #23 831.000. SPACE APLENTY Clavar bayw wffl ba dalifhtad la tUa boagalow. Caairal air. aiaetrla haat, earpati^^ apt^ Utdhaa. 2 BE, UtdMa appUaaoaa iadadad, maia-laval kmadry. fawdag. PLUS aida driva. i acboob. Saa thia oaa A LITTLE WONDERI Royal Croat Arma condo. That faataraa proyardaeapa. Qoiat trao^aad atraat, oaatral dr, daetrio beat, walk-ia doaat, aat-ia Utcban, 1 BR Utcben applidieaa incloded, main-lavd laandry. EZ tarma and faat mova-ia. $3MO0. 676 S. Royal Craat CR. BIG VALUE: REDUCED PRICEI Homa boaattag eovarad patio. Caatral air 4 beat, paddla faaa. daa. Utehaa appUaacaa fawMad, faadag, dty water, dty atiUtlaa. S BR/1.7S batha. PLUS aaar achoola, racraatioa, Unaaoal Valoa. 617 Graaaway Ra INTERESTED IN GOVERNMENT ACQUIRED HOMES? CONTACT OUR SPECIALISTS AT LQRCALL 6644S ^ 1 .V 3 BEDROOM + POOLGUE5T OTR5 "NEW LliTINCr' On CuM>ilw, Yumo Oouft. Apprw. tOOQioTl I a a/4itm Omn p^n. Wrt for Toowogf of Nothor.in-tiw. 81144^1 !:^!^JLyJlW„ADULT AREA $90,000 Sn iHtmi THU 2 HDROOM 2 IMM MbsRA M^ far rail to mava right In. Ineladee^lTeilaaa, OwaaeMnaaC eama? ^ Ftoef..OPrtlo o^Kit4u.itTVl;^SSrSl'ST^^^ GOURMET BAKERY Jeanin e ? Sweet Trecift Jnciu^MAtl-tqufprnftntJiaeipnti mum^umnfw rttif§. U QriSt BusinSi Opportunity n Hatl Pimi OrUv 129300 t BEDROOM 2 BATH CoNDO UHOlk $60,000 [On Oobr^lo with Mountain A ValtoY VWwa. Alt otaptrtot "n oxcoiitnt condwion. Coii now tor onoiminoB i ta aaail EDGARS BAKERY & CAFE 1 raai Loodion In Maifria wpiipfriaiiiaari I CALL MANNY 2^4 COLDWFLL BANKfR ANCHOkKFAtfr iiMiiiti^aiiMitiiMi^ MOPEIirif t, iHCa il4 Nevada HlffNviiyrm] M9.3333 **l PRI^ Bli)l7CED-PraatigioBa Caatom Lahoyli^ hma. High dovaUoagivaa vipf of aioantaina, vailayf. Flaxfbia floor plaa diAaiifm all Uyfag tmatoept. D^ charry-fiai#bM baam edlfaw (iraataa'dhtiai tivevtmaaphara. Extaadve oae of fiao woodwork. Foar BE, IM BA CORNER LOT i^ caatom homauirith view of Lake Maad m-. v^M^. AU dty aerrieiO. LarifaatadOtraaaaadiioaawaBighikpffnl^! : ^iMffrliifi, 1liil Istota ilnoa 1947 mpn Mt Qarratt, brokar s •, 2^2839 Frad^Diknham ;w y^> s ay i!... :ai^^ ExpoHonemd P^fioriy MmnrntiBmBat ^ ^ UBtwHh U9 far BeiUm ^n >•' HENDlilSON REALTY. INC. (702) S64-2S1S iv; Pitt your tnlstto^^ One: THINKING OF BELUNGn WimtmCammnyv I Sa^ aad Qaadi OBI hi^ mna OHMfeairbiliwa. 1bpimidaa pm paaiapartwHmaaMaO i yhtr bymi phowt of 4. ravlsw whhiOM a Ma af a la k# di a har |ah of Mibig roor fOU. iralewma 7. -fc ortw Oia iialoidi> haoaa CPnuPf H cdoKi wfil mnilhadhd aa >aaf piapan wIMa bilwid^aOldaMpniMikiilbytocfkmaarcrdaaacB.) r • '' ^ '. U 2 >>' We Service Our Llsffngs and... Guarantee ItiT mm\ 18 Water St. (702) 564-2515 Mm ••md'—ir*dmurkst4C(rnlury2lll4Mlli.<>Uh.-CufpiMiin h4iullliiMmi1|^< EACH OFFICE H INDCrENtXNTlY OWNED AND OPntATtO. • ^ V'' ''\-'. Ji^

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• • • ^^^^^^i^p*ii • • • • • • • Tu0Mlay, Majr 17, 1968 Fully Equipped. V6, EFI Engine, Am/Fm Stereo, Auto., Air, White Side Walts. #8495. Retail $15,098. SAVE $2703 '88 DODGE DAKOTA S Fully Equipped. 5 Speed, Air, Pwr. Steering, Tutone. #9109. Retail $10,124. Sale Price $8695 Less $500 Factory Rebate. SAVE $1929 — ^ WILLPEN'S PRID E & JOY USED CAR SPECIALS WE BUY CARS & TRUCKS FOR CASH '87 DAYTONA SHELBY TURBO Loaded iike new 16 000 or'^giM' miles 5384 $9999 '79 DATSUN 280ZX TURBO Special Anniversary model, auto Loaded' Must see' #12475 $3988 '87 DODGE DAKOTA cylinder 5 speed '85 DODGE 4x4 RAMCHARGER Royal SE. loaded' Low miles #5380 M 1,988 #5421 $8995 '83 TOYOTA CEUCA GT Loaded' VVhiie •i?32i $5985 '85 DODGE COLT Auto ai^ JB 5414 $4995 '78 JEEP WAGONEER Real beauty' 29 000 ona '^i #12522 $3995 '85 FORD BRONCO 4x4 XLT Loaded' Like new' #5398 $11,988 '82 FORD EXP 5 so air. .auise. amitra #12528 $3495 '84 PLYMOUTH CONQUEST Loaded' i^ust see' Must drive' #12402 $6695 '84 CHEVY '/4 TON SILVERADO Mint condition #538'1 $10,988 '87 ISUZU l-MARK Air 5 speed, stereo #5233 $5688 '85 CHEVY SUPER CAB One o' a kind, pertect shape Loaded #5386 $11,488 '84 CHEVY SUBURBAN ^'4 ton. tilt, cruise, cass air, 9-pass #5389 $9988 '81 CHEVY Z28 Loaded, like new' #12472 $2995 '85 CHEVY Vz TON SILVERADO Loaded loaded' #5375 $8995 '88 DODGE VAN CONVERSION Every conce.ivable option Brand new' #12534 MUST SEE BEST KEPT SECRET IN US VEGAS '84 SUBARU GL WAGON Power windows air 5 speed Am/fm/cassette #12452 $4288 '88 GMC V2 TON PICKUP Virtually new. air, stereo, only 3000 miles Ttiousands under invoice #5391 $11,799 OVER 25 FULL SIZE USED TRUCKS IN STOCK '83 OLDS CIERA LS Coupe, nice car Must see #J2477 $2995 '86 CHRYSLER LeBARON CONV. All the toys' Beautiful' '86 CHEVY SPRINT Clean machine' #12520. ^995 '86 DODGE CARAVAN SE Auto air tilt cruise, f" stereo, ps/pb #12351 7995 #5427 '85 GMC BLAZER 4x4 SILVERADO Loaded' Mint Condition' #5399 $12,688 '86 NISSAN KING CAB 4x4 $9995 '84 PONTIAC 6000 LE rully loaded' #5423 ^6595 Deluxe #12493 $7995 '86 CHEVY CAMARO A lean mean clean machine' #123'7 $7995 '86 NISSAN STANZA WAGON Auto air p/s,' tilt rruise iuj -—iy 24 998' orig mi Like new' #541l| $9488 SERVICE DEPT. HRS. 7-6 Mon.-Fri. 564-2177 ^ BODY SHOl .TNE BEST CAR BUYS ARE IN HENDERSON! FREE ESTIMATES FREE SHUTTLE SERVICE TO LAS VEGAS & BOULDER CITY TAKE THE WHERE A G -• V ''RIDE TO PRIDE" AND SAVE! D DEAL GETS EVEN BETTER! tit iiMrrro WAIHIANTY dMYSLER CORPORATION'S PROTECTION PUN 7 TN., 70,000 MILE WARRANTY > On power tram t^ avcry ntfn dofntic ChryMr Coip car. *:% twn tr** Oihar OMlart chrge hundntfi of doMrs mort tor thii type o* vfrnty '" "• TiSSi 564-8054 k ^J^^^. ucCEIVED THURSDAY INSIDE Developert ftti Green Valley still attractive see page 7 NEVADA STATE LI8RAP Basic baseball stats listed see page 17 1 Bloomquist finalist for %s^^t,^^^ t^i j jOiW^ HENDERSON PERIODICALS DESK '— —^ NW IF I ID' • ^ CAPIIDL COMPLF-X CAPBON ClT^ NV 8,7710 23 3052fJ0 01-31-83 05-19-80 WEATHEM Thuriday. High 90 Low 65 NEVADA S INDUSTRIAL CENTER Volume 39.40th Edition Henderson, Nevuds THE COMMUNITY'S NEWSPAPER 25