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1989-07-20 - Henderson Home News

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1989-07-20 - Henderson Home News
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Dailey, John ( Columnist )
O'Callaghan, Mike ( Columnist )
Fitzgerald, Mike ( Columnist )
Baker, Ben ( Columnist )
Corbalan, Georgina ( Columnist )
Scott, Katherine E. ( Columnist )
Cohen, Richard ( Columnist )
Shipler, Guy ( Columnist )
Hulse, Jim ( Columnist )
Anderson, Hugh ( Columnist )
Hubel, Mary ( Columnist )
VanDerSys, Helen ( Columnist )
Lynch, Marilyn D. ( Columnist )
Bennett, L. Jessie ( Columnist )
McDonnell, Pat ( Columnist )
Soehlke, Ruth ( Columnist )
Goff, James E. ( Columnist )
Schneider, Geoff ( Columnist )
Fisher, Robert Grove ( Columnist )
Bishop, Carolyn D. ( Columnist )
O'Callaghan, Tim ( Columnist )
Earl, Phillip I. ( Columnist )
Flores, Fred ( Columnist )
Cowen, Jeff ( Photographer )
Scott, Katherine E. ( Photographer )
Baker, Ben ( Photographer )
Smith, Robert ( Photographer )
Burke, Stephen ( Photographer )
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HBC Publications, Inc.
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1989-07-20
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City and town life -- Nevada -- Henderson
Community life -- Nevada -- Henderson
History -- Henderson (Nev.) -- 20th century
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> Page 14 Hendflraon Home News, Henderson, Nevada Tueeday. Julpr 18,1989 I.S.K.O. Is lOR SMI. |{\ ()\\\I:R i§ the time to buy Your Boulder City Dream Home. To See Thig Spacious Family ilome Call Manny 294-0870 Gorgeous landscaping with Private backyard, large covered patio, fruit trees A roses. This beautiful 4 Bedroom, den, 2 3/4 Baths, & Family room offers great financing. Assumable FHA loan of $78,000 at 9.5%. Great Family Home! Listed at $115,000 (k'l on (nir list (lTor Siili\\\ Owturs' lli'iidcrson ^. (Jrciri \;ilk'} \rt';is 4.V>-ISI{() ******* "Jemme's Sweet Treats' I Back From Vacation, & Open to please you with the finest in baked treats. Business For Sale^>r>^ \^\\ Now, Includes AH Equipment, Fixtures, & Recipes, Come Buy a Treat for yourself or a friend, 525 Hotel Plaza, Boulder City. CENTRALLY LOCATED! Four Bedrooms, 1 3/4 Bath, Family Room & Fireplace. Central Air Over 2,000 Sq. Ft. Lg. back yard, alley access. Remodeling & painting now underway. Seller May Carry, Bring Offers. Call Now to see inside! $99,950 FREE Call Nowl To List your home. CALL MANNY 294-0870 COLDWELL BANKER ANCHOR REALTY ?^^Lry p. "Jim" Broker m FRIENDLY EXPERIENCED PROUD GROWING WITH HENDERSON WE ARE HERE FOR YOUI Jneen 219 Water St. Henderson. Nevada 89015 564-3333 RESIDENTIAL DIVISION rauMioppomiMrn ••Sunrise Mobile Estates** Mobile Home Lots for Sale from $25,000. East Lake Mead Drive at Mohawk. Only 15 lots left. POOL GORGEOUS-3 BD/2 Bath-L500 sq. ft. Low down. Ask for Dave. HURRY! HURRYf VIEW SITE PARADISE Fantastic Tri-level modern. Newly built. Fireside warmth, central air, 4 BR/2 Baths, large view deck. ALSO •Mountain/city views 'Family room. Call Richie. GOLF—AREA historic 2 story in country club setting. First owner,\ mountain/city views. ALSO 'GARDEN •RV PAD. CONVENTIONAL FINANCING available. $266,000. Call Richie Eddings. DESERT! MAGNIFICENT! Consummate mobile home. Cheery fireplace, central air, walk-in closets, horses OK. 3 BR/2 baths. PLUS *Paddle fans—Large trees. Price reduced can't last! Call Ray. 1912 MARGARITA AVE-3 BDRM, VA bath, 1 car carport. Great starter home or rental property. Price reduction. Call Katie SECTION 9-3 half acre lots located within one block Jr. High School. Excellent view of dty and mountains. Exceptional building lots. $12,000. Call Katie. BEAUTIFUL FIREPLACE in large country style family roomkitchen. Newly remodeled with new cabinetf, appliances and carpeting, large bdrms on lower level. 2Vi baths. 2,330 sq ft and two car garage. Jim Moore. 3 BDRM, 2 BATH, 85X190 lot. Upgraded. Sellers packed. Ready now! Shows excellent! Would like fast deal. Call Dave. GREEN VALLEY CONDO Beautiful 2 Bed, 2 Bath Townhome in Green Valley Highlands. Courtyard, garage, fireplace, tastefully decorated. Call Ken. SUPERLATIVE L^haped-style. Stucco/wood. Gated security, central air, country kitchen, 4 BR/2 baths, privacy wall. ALSO •Manicured lawn, *RV pad, 'Near schools, *Side drive, 'Patio. Call Jim Jensen. 767 HERITAGE VISTA-Very nice condo in ezceUent conditon 2 BDRM VA baths fireplace end unit community pool etc. Asking $71,600. Call Peggy Benedict or AI. SEC 4—One comer lot—1.46 acres, also 1 lot .70 Acre. Great view, water in front of lots. Close to lovely custom homes. Priced at $23,500 and $18,900. Flexible Owners. Call SaUy. GREAT POTENTIAL! For professional office Townsite home zoned C-1. Call Don. IT'S NOT lIVlPOSSIBLE-to find a four bedroom home fully landscaped with inground pool for under $70,000. Call now for details. SPACIOUS NEW CUSTOM HOME-nestled on a half acre with panoramic view. Natural stone fireplace, wet bar, laundry room. New elementary school nearby. A Best Buy at $118,500. Call Eva for your apppointment. ECONOMY A FACTOR-$56,000 buys this two bedrooms home with a two car garage, large country kitchen plus large lot. NEAR NELLIS AIRFORCE BASE-Don't miss this four bedroom home with family room, fireplace, separate laundry room, and large backyard. Only $94,400. CHECK THIS ONE OUT-Three bedroom with inground pool in Highland Hills. Exceptional desert and mountain view. Best Buy at $89,900. NO HOMEWORK THIS SUMMER-Maintenonce free yard. Three bedrooms, V'4 bath, two car garage. Just like new — 1 year new. Call Candace for details. OUTSTANDING-Beautiful four bedroom Highland Hills Vallejo with beautiful inground pool and outstanding landscaping. Extra's throughout, even in the garage. Reasonably priced at $107,900. Ask for Fred or Ellie. TRIANGLE NEIGHBORHOOD-Neat and trim three bedroom home with carport. Convenient neighborhood. Shopping, schools, and hospital all nearby. Assumable loan. Asking only $59,500. THIS IS A ROOMY HOUSE-Five bedrooms, two baths, family room, walk-in pantry, separate laundry room, and fruit trees. Vacant, ready for movein. Only $72,900. Call June or your appointment. BELIEVE IT! YOU CAN HAVE A 9.5 RATE IF YOU BUY TODAY! IVTZI.: rrj JR REALTY 204 W. Pacific —T— 564-5142 Put your trust in Number One: I and "Century 21 Real EXale Corporalion Equal Housing Opportunity t MOCfCNOCNTLV QWNQ) jm jOfCMklCDV m 293-6014 A ASSOCIATES 13SS ArieMia Stiwl •BoiJdar CUy. 8900S HOMES-LAND-BUSINESS INVESTMENT CONSULTANTS PROPERTY MANAGEMENT BOULDER CITY 1305 SHENANDOAH 3 BR, VA BA. Garage $84,750. MANUFACTURED HOME on 4.68 acres. 2 BR, F4 BA. Additional buildings on property. Located in Searchlight. All for $100,000. 836 MARINA DRIVE Custom, 3 BR, 2 BA, pool/spa, 2 car garage $197,500. 1330 PINTO RD. 3 BR, Lewis, VA bath, Familyroom, garage. $110,000. 648 Ave. M, 2 BR, 1 BA, 40X100 lot. Fixer upper. $65,000. 1324 RAMOffi^^l BR, Lewis, VA bath, 2 car garage, (.^^^^c. $98,500. BLACK MTN COURT, 2 BR, 2 BA, carport, storage/workshop building. Garden area. $91,000. 1000 LA MESA ^'&x^> i'^* >>ath. Manufactured home. Loveh^^^y lot in adult section. $75,000. ^^ LAKE MOUNTAIN ADULT HEAVEN. Unobstructed view. 1 bdrm, plus den. 2 ba. Only $89,500. VIEW LAKE AND MOUNTAINS from this like new 2 bedroom 2yt bath Spyglass Condo. Only $105,000. LARGE RANCH STYLE HOME 3,000 sq. ft. w/3 or 4 bedrooms & 2Vi baths. Country kitchen, super large livingroom w/fireplace. Huge familyroom looks out to pooL AU on large comer lot. $169,900. BUSII^ESS OPPORTUNITY ReaUurant/Sondwich Shop. Fully equipped. Like new. Low, low rent. Health forces sole. $38,000 includes equipment. Coll for more info. y^^ JMM iwaiiM T——t I—J Pat Benwteia 283-fi37S Aniu Hyde 29S-2144 Tony Korfmui 2934X106 Jerry Manhall 294-1S68 DickOlMM 29M371 BVSM1 2379 Tony WIrte 28S-78M REALTY WORLD* SUN REALTY YOUR •lAllO^ THE RESULTS PEOPLE^ Each office Independently owned and operated ONE-STOP Real Estate Company CALL 25 HRS (702) 293-21 SI 1311 NEVADA HIGHWAY BOULDER CITY, NV 89005 Office Hours: Mon-Sat 9:00-5:00 and By Appolntmsnt LAKE MTN ESTATES: This one has it alifor adult living. Decks to enjoy the full LAKE MEAD VIEW and pleosannt breezes, even a full 2-car garage. Much more, see it today, only $133,500 complete, ready to move in. WHAT A VIEW! Of LAKE MEAD FROM THIS IMMACULATE 2-bedroom home, full length carport and full length covered porch, balanced power, adult community, perfect for retirement or second home. $117,600, see today. NEWER LEWIS HOME: Three bedroom, no maintenance home, inunaculate, ready for August possession, only $104,500 cash, see today. UNOBSTRUCTABLE LAKE MEAD VIEW BUILDING LOT: Perfect dream home site, on top of the hill, best price in Boulder City for a view lot. $99,950. ONE-LEVEL, CUSTOM NEAR GOLF COURSE: Large 3-bedroom, large lot for pool or garden or extra RV parking, has assumable FHA loan, full price only $146,449. GORGEOUS CUSTOM ON BLACK MOUNTAIN GOLF COURSE: Henderson "of course," pool, 5-bedrooms, luxury extras galore, by appointment please, $199,950. READY TO BUY REAL ESTATE? We can represent YOU AND YOUR INTEREST ALONE as "BUYER AGENT," usually at no increased cost, for a no-obligation meeting to explore your needs, call Bob Boston. CLOSE-IN THREE-BEDROOM. TWO BATH, NO STAIRS: Wellmaintained older hme in B.C. near post office $89,950, by appointanent please. AMNTt THAT MAKI A WOULD OF MPFIRENCI KAY KIMBERLIN BRET RUNION BOB BRANCH, Businsss Opportunitiss CLAUDE SMITH LANE MOLSBERRY 'JSf^lSSri ERLOW KELLEY IRIS BLETSCH, GRI, ORB BOB BOSTON, QRI, OWNER-BROKER, Property Mansgemsnt TO^ BY OUm OmCM AMD LOOK OVMH THM MAHY OrWgW PltOPEKTIM AVAILABLK AMaWEW Of THE SEARS FINANOAL NETWORK COLDUieU. BANKeRQ PAUL GARGIS & ASSOCIATES RESIDENTIAL REAL ESTATE An Independently Owned and Operated Member of Coldwell Banker Residential Atfiliaies, Inc. PEACE AND PRIVACY ARE YOURS... .There's a private yard and wrought iron gate to Insure your privacy. Two bedroom, 2 full bath, single story Townhouse, beautiful landscaping, and a very attracthre exterior. Ask for Anne Smith, 564-6969, Priced at $71,900. Move right inl H:82226. EXPLORE THE POSSIBILITIES... .Cul-de-sac locatton, 4 bedrooms, 2 full baths, separate family room. Lots of RV parking with a gate and access from back street, large backyard and a storeage area. Call Brenda Bird, 564-6969, she'll be glad to give you the details. A:82492. PAINTED WITH SUNSHINE... .The home and the neighoriiood are joyeous placss to be. You'll love this bright, cheerful 2 story with 4 bedrooms, 2.75 baths, oak parquet ftoor, cathedral celling, nice planned neighorhood in Green Valley and near excellent schools. Call Brenda Bird right away, 564-6969. M:78473. TIRED OF BEING SQUEEZED? Stretch out In this large, pleasant, comfortabto home. More than enough room for ideal family llvlrtg. 5 bedrooms, 1.75 baths, family room and a laundry room. A perfect home for an expanding young family. Call Brenda Bird for the details, 564-6969. 3:82963. CUTE COUNTRY CUSTOM .... Located near the golf course and surrounded by nloe custom homes. Two master suites, 1.75 batha, bay window, ntee porch, cast Iron wood burning stove, gazebo and beautiful pool and a large cormer lot. Assumable loan, no qualityingi Ask for Sharon Kozar or Wendy Wllllama, $64-6969. Priced at $109,900. R:81526. HERE'S THE KEY... .To your happinessi Ask ua for the address to this Immaculate Chism, Sonora model. Three bedrooms, 1.75 baths, country kitchen with breakfast bar. Stay warm and cozy In the living room or family room, with the double fireplace. Comer tot, all fenced, RV paridng with wrought iron gates and a covered paUo. Ask for Shsron Kozsr to show you this charming home sooni 378-1692 or 564-6969. V:81673. RELAX AND STAY... .Warm', friendly atmosphere abounds in this comfortirt>le 2 bedroom, 2 bath home In one of Green Vally's loveliest locatlone. You'll stay totally relaxed In the lovely sunken tub and enjoy the beauty of luah green plants sunning In tfie garden window. Call Sharon or Wendy for an appointment. Too mwiy nice features to mention. 564-6969. Priced at $89,900. A:82672. GOBBLE THIS UPI You'll be thankful for coming to see this fine 2 bedroom, 1V% bath, Townhouse. Great for a young couple. Priced at $60,900, great no quanfylng loan, low down payment. Refrigerator, waeher, dryer and buW-ln microwave all stay! There'e alao a 2 car garage. Ask for Shsron Kozar or Wendy WilHams, 564-6969. A:80787. SEE IT TO BEUEVE IT ... Unbelievable back yardi Pool, apa, BBQ grill, outdoor bath, awnlnga and new carport. Three bedroome, 1.75 batha, family ropm with wet bar. Convartlently located. Aak for Brenda Bird, S64'M69. V:71^ KAUTIFUL BUY Come home to this tovely custom home, now oftaiad at a lower price. Four bedrooms, separate family room with fireplace, twwcar garage, healed pool and apa, satelltta diah, block wall and located on a halt •era lot. Aak for Bnnda Bird. 564-6969. M:77401. < 160 East Horizon Drivo Hondorson, Novada 89015 Tolophono: (702) S644960 T THURSDAY INSIDE \ GVCA members volunteer to help See Page 8 Wolves wins fourth In a row See Page 16 Preliminary Census work set to begin See Page 21 HENDERSON WEATHER Thursday, High 110 Low 75 NEVADA'S INDUSTRIAL CBN] ,.ni j,nH")ii^ AV Volume 40,56th Edition Hendetson, Nevada THE COMMUNITY'S NEWSPAPER 25$ '2 Water St 564-1881 Thursday, July 20, 1989 PSC's Pepcon blast report exonerates Southwest Gas By John Dailey News Staff Writer A 101-page report of inspections made following last year's Pepcon explosion that was released Wednesday by the Public Service Commission discarded theories that Southwest Gas Corp. pipelines at the One Man's VIEW By Mike O'Callaghan Henderson's Al Cieri wrote fishing columns for the News several years before being felled by a heart attack. During his writing days Mike Fitzgerald, sportswriter at the Las Vegas Sun newspaper, became one of Al's fishing buddies. Fitzgerald, now sports editor for the Columbia Daily Tribune in Missouri, recently wrote a touching column recalling his days with Henderson's Al Cieri. It's a column that Jim Goff and every friend of Cieri will enjoy reading. Little Sean brings memory of Big Al By Mike Fitzgerald The sky was a brilliant blue as the day dawned with so much life and so much promise. Sean Roy, 8 years old, was going fishing and his face was brighter than the rising sun. The pond was a sheet of glass, reflecting the azure sky, and a Canadian goose flapped ita wings near the far shore. A light breeze barely moved the new leaves on a nearby tree and two small rabbits Bcxirried for cover in See One Man's View page 2 ammonium perchlorate manufacturing plant may have caused the blast. The report was prepared by the PSC's Regulatory Operations Staff in the months of inspections following the blast that caused two fatalities, more than 300 injuries and property damage estimated in excess of $70 million. In the Executive Summary portion of the report, it said that "a 16-inch high-pressure natural gas pipeline operated by Southwest Gas Corp.'s Southern Nevada Division (Southwest) ruptured during the catastrophe," but did not cause the explosion. The summary explained that the "primary purpose of this investigation was to identify probable non-compUances identified during the course of the investigation were not responSee PSC, Page 2 PATRIOTS—Kayann Black models Indian artifacts which incorporate national symbols into the design. The items axe part of a display at the Clark County Heritage Museum which shows the pride Native Americans have in the U.S. flag and other national emblems. The choker is Navajo; the barrettes, Navajo; hatband, Chippewa; and flag, Navajo. The display will continue through the end of the month.Related story, Page 6. Photo by Jeff Cowcn Kerr-McGee move cleared, Apex bill passes By Ben Baker News Staff Writer A bill that would allow the sale of federal land in Apex to Clark County passed the Senate unanimously Tuesday night. That bill is instnunental in allowing Kerr-McGee to shift parts of its ammonium perchlorate production facility out of the Henderson area. The bill would permit Clark County to purchase more than 20,000 Homeowners plan LID 818 meeting by other By Ben Baker News Staff Writer Homeowners protesting the current Section 19, Local Improvement District 818, lawsuit will meet at 7 p.m. tonight in the James Gibson Public Library, according to City Councilman Andy Hafen. "It will be a lively meeting. We hope everybody will get a picture of where we stand," he said. The general topic of the meeting will be what the homeowners can do about the lawsuit brought property owners. "I've had people contact me [and they were] livid, scathing. About 20 people have contacted me asking is there a countersuit [they could bring]," he said. As a city official, all he and other members of City Hall can do is provide updates to the property owners. They can offer no recommendations or decide what action to take next, Hafen added. See LID, Page 2 acres at Apex, some of which would be used by Kerr-McGee. Some revisions were made in the biU. It will be returned to the House of Representatives where supporters expect it to pass easily. Kerr-McGee plans to build a storage and blending operation for AP at the Apex site. Officials at the plant are also planning to build an auxilliary plant at Apex. The Henderson plant will remain in full operation. "We are building a production facility out there. We are not moving. We have no plans to move, currently," said Annita Bridges, manager of media relations. Bridges estimated that the new plant will increase KerrMcGee's AP production by 20 million pounds per year. The new facility, planned for 3,700 acres, is expected to cost about $60 million when complete, Bridges said. No construction has begun. Delays, such as getting federal approval to buy the land at Apex, have stalled construction efforts. Once a groimd-breaking ceremony is held, the new building should be completed within one year to 18 months. Bridges said. Council vetos traffic board suggestions By Ben Baker News Staff Writer The Henderson City Council voted unanimously Tuesday night to deny two requests DAMAGE INSPECTION-An unidentified Henderson -firefighter examines the damage to a car and a truck following a rearend collision at Boulder Highway near Greenway Road that sent two persons to University Medical Center with serious injuries. Cole Cameron Cook, 24, driver of the truck, was arrested and charged on two counts of felony driving under the influence of alcohol. Pkoto by KatlMtiM A. Sc*U from by the Citizen's Traffic Advisory Board. The first proposal was a suggestion to anlend current regulations to make cul-de-sacs bigger. The board mentioned congested parking as the reason for the request. 'The current radius is sufficient," said Mark Calhoun, PubUc Works director. The council did request that the City Hall staff look into parking regulations for large RVs and large boats, the source of contention, according to some residents. The other request was for traffic-warning signs on the comer of Ocean and Van Wagenen for a blind resident of that neighborhood. The resident, Leon Paris, asked for a new crosswalk, the signs and a crossing signal. A school crosswalk is in place at that intersection. The Council denied the request based on staff recommendations and cautions. City See Sign, Page 3 More workers will be hired to man the Apex facility, according to Bridges. She added that some workers at the Henderson plant will move to Apex. The move to Apex is the result of public outcry in the wake of the Pej)con disaster. Some Henderson residents have expressed fear that the Kerr-McGee operation could suffer a fate similai to that of Pepcon. 4Inside L. Jessie Bennett 10 Births 25 Carolyn Drennan Bishop 241 Calendar of Event* 33 Classiflad 35 Richard Cohan 4 Comics, Crossword 33 Dear Debbie 28 Entertainment 30 JimQotf 1 Qraan Valley New* 7 Horoscope 28 Lagal Noticos 34 Pat McDonnall 16 Obituarist 34 QuIzMastar 19 RaHgton 27 Swilor ActivHIea 11 QuyShlplar 4 Sports 18-18 This Waa Navada 32 Halan VanOarSys 11 Viewpoint 4 YourVlaw S

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