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1991-10-01 - Henderson Home News

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1991-10-01 - Henderson Home News
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Theiss, Roy ( Columnist )
Szydelko, Paul ( Columnist )
Scott, Katherine E. ( Columnist )
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.HENDERSONES 's Industrial Center BAY MICROFILM 1115 E ARDUES AVE Volume 42,79 th Edition Henderson, Nevada 25C THE COMMUNITY'S NEWSPAPER 2 Commerce Center Dr. 564-1881 Tuesday, October 1,1991 Southwest Gas begins service Southwest Gas' acquisition of CP National's natural gas operations in Henderson took effect at midnight, bringing uniformity to gas rates and service throughout southern Nevada. "For too many years, thousands of gas customers in Henderson and Green Valley have paid higher gas rates than theirneighbors who are served by Southwest Gas," said Kenny C. Guinn, Southwest chairman and chief executive officer. "But that's all over now. Beginning today, those customers will receive the same reasonable rates, top-quality service and local community support that our Southern Nevada customers have long enjoyed." • To help expedite regulatory approval of the acquisition. Southwest also agreed to a two-. year cap on general natural gas rates for all of its southern Nevada customers. Only increases or decreases in the cost of gas from Southwest's suppliers may be passed on to customers during that time. "We're working hard to make the transition from CT* National to Southwest as smooth as possible," Guinn said. "During the next 90 days, we'll be telling our new customers about the many programs and services ilve offer, and See Gas, Page 2 Proposed hotel-casino before planners Thursday By Aaron Mayes News Staff Writer The proposed Wagon Wheel Hotel and Casino, which originally received its architectural approval on July 5. 1988, will be back before the Henderson Planning Contmission at 7 p.m. Thursday. An extcn.sion of lime ior the architectural review will be requested to allow the project's developers more time to find financing. According to the city staffs report, the applicant, Magna Leisure Partnership, is having trouble finding financing for the gaming property. "The applicant has informed staff that debt funding of a gaming plx)perty in the financial markeiis loda^s^Jitcpllx impossiblcj He, has stated that, at the preiJepfrimfprnany of the larger hotel/casino properties arc experiencing very difficult times and many banks arc reluctant to finance start-up hotel/casino projects." Despite t-he project's bleak financing future, MagnaLeisure has noted to staff that there is still interest in the project. "In the past year, he [the ajjplicantj has negotiated with several successful gaming operations, only to be aborted by theirinability to secure bank financing. The applicant still believes this is a viable project and is requesting the additional extension to continue .seeking financing," .staffs report reads. Tiic project, if built, would be located at 2200 S. Boulder Highway, northeast of Boulder Highway and Roberts Road in the River Mountain neighborhood. The planners will al.so: • Discuss an extension of time for the Drake/Racetrack development consisting of 373 lots on 80 acres located northwest of Racetrack Road and Burkholder Boulevard in the Foothills neighborhood. If built by Millennium Communities, Drake/Racetrack would have a density of 4.7 dwelling units per acre. • Consider a planned unit residential development and tentative map review for The Foothills at MacDonald Ranch. Located southwest of West Lake Mead Thrive and Gibson Road, the project would consist of 26 parcels on 1,160 acres. • Discu.ss a use permit and an architectural review for the city of Henderson's watertreatmentplant expansion, located on Basic Management property at 414 S. Water Sr.-"Items before the Planning Commission will be forwarded to the Henderson City Council for final consideration. Schools adjust as enrollment figures settle By Roy Theiss A^eH'j Staff Writer Every school except one in Henderson experienced some teaching changes after enrolhnent figures were sent to the Qaric County School District last week. The official date, known as ncoiini day, for the state's budget for school enrollment was Sept. 20, and every school had (o submit an enrollment figure to the district The state provides the Qark County School District $3,212 for each student. The school district is now auditing the numbers and has until Nov. 1 to submit the enrollment figures to the governor's office. The teacher-to-student ratio for all elementary grades except first and second is staffed at 30 students to one teacher. At the first grade level the ratio is 16.S to 1 and the second grade is 19 to 1. The school district tries to keep the ratio at the junior high school level at 28 to 1 and the senior high schools at 25.5 to 1. A grade level will get a new teacher when they exceed the ratio but do not drop below 21 to 1 when the teacher is added. Along with trying to get an accurate number for the budget, the school district has been reassigning teachers to other schools due to inaccurate projections. InApril of each year, the school district projects the number of students who will be enrolling in each school in the fall. Due to uncertain factors (more people moving into or out of an^ area), the enrollment projections and the actual figures can either be as close as three students (C.T. Scwell Elementary School, for example) or off as much as 427 students (Green Valley High School.) C.T. Sewell C.T. Sewell Elementary had 803 students enrolled on count day. That is three more than what was projected and means there won't be any changing in teaching assignments. "They came in right about on target so there won't be any changes for teachers." said Prinicpal David Mendelson. "It's nice not to have to go over to m i::^ 1991 Henderson School Projected and Actual Enrollment someone and say you have to go because of the surplus, so we are going to send you somewhere else." Green Valley High School With an enrollment figure at 2,123 (up427), Green Valley High is experiencing the biggest changes in Henderson. Today, 13 new teachers and one counselor started working. They reported in yesterday and had one day to get familiar with the new facility before taking on their new responsibilities. Virtually all the core areas are affected by the new teacher addition. The English, social studies and physical education departments will add two teachers to their staff. The science and mathematics departments will pick up two and one-half teacher positions, respectively—one instructor will be teaching in both areas. The foreign language and the special Maves Graphic by Elizabeth Ruslscki education department will add one teachertotheirstaffs, respectively. "There will be a little adjustment for the students, teachers and parents," said principal Caroll Johnston. "But this provides an opportunity to reduce the class size in most areas." Johnston added that 'they still need help in computer and health classes but the school district didn'thave anyone certified to fiU the positions. Basic High School Basic High School 'seijrollmeni figure of 2,155 is 75 pupils less than what the .school district had projected. Ba.sic lost five teachers, one assistant principal, one counselor and one secretary. "It's real unfortunate because we are only down a small number," said principal Joanne Pughsley. "I could understand it if we were down a couple of hundred students." Pughsley said the staff reduction affects all classes. She added that they have had to reschedule quite a few students in order to absorb the teacher loss. Brown Junior High School B. Mahlon Brown Junior High School came the closest to meeting the projected number of students at the secondary .school level. They were five smdcnts fewer than the 820 school district anticipated. Principal Emilio Fernandez had to reassign one seventh grade soSee Schools, Page 3 ^ORIGINAL DEFECTIVE

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mmm Page 2 Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Tuesday, October 1,1991 Letters section a great forum by Paul Szydelko Managing Editor The recent flurry of letters to the editor regarding Principal Frank Lamping and his program at Burkholder Junior High School shows the strengths and weaknesses of the letters section as a forum for public debate. Following a Page 1 story about the Burkholder middle school concept in the Home News, I received two letters critical of Lamping. I immediately disregarded one anonymous letter and published the other one with the name of the writer withheld on request. News policy is this: No anonymous letters will be printed, period. Writers must sign their name and provide a telephone number and address for verification purposes. Names will be withheld only if the reasons are compelling and the letter adds a clear, inforaied voice to the debate. If printing the name of the letter writer will cause that person or his family harm, well, then that's a compelling reason. After the letter was printed, a Burkholder teacher eloquently defended Lamping and the middle school concept in the next batch of letters. We have since received other letters, the negative ones anonymous and the positive ones signed. vh\&t makes this case troubling is when a caller Friday said his child, a student at Buridiolder, was approached by a teacher asking if that child's parent wrote the initial critical letter. I don't know if the incident is tnie, and if it is true, I cannot conclude that it is pan of a kind of "witch-hunt" to smoke out the letter writer. I just hope that it isn't true. I hope that the students, although they are ultimately what the discussion is about, are not pressured or harassed because of letters written to the local newspaper. The purpose of the letters to the editor section is to allow community members to speak their minds about important issues of the day. A free, thought-provoking forum of debate can result. The letters section can be the most exciting, best-read section of any newspaper. It can only be successful, however, if the writers take responsibility for their opinions. Sign your name, and we'll be happy to print your letter. Other r\iles of the game: Local writers on local issues that are timely will take priority. It also helps if the letters are brief, typed and double-spaced. Letters must be written to the editor, the newspaper or our readers—not a form letter and not a letter written to somebody else, tiien copied for the newspaper. No person will get his letter published more than once a month. I have a regular letter-writer from Henderson who writes me every otiier week bashing Dan Quayle. When I'm in a town that is unfamiliar to me and pick up a local newspaper for the first time, I glance at the front page first and then flip right to the letters section. It is in that section where one can get a quick sense of the community. I can find out what issues are important to the residents and what Uie current debate is about A newspaper's function is to inform, educate and to entertain, to be a watchdog of government—but also to provide a timely forum in which residents can bring to light and discuss issues that are important to the community. King in Justice Court By Katherine E. Scott News SUtt Writer James Dee King appeared before Henderson Justice of the Peace Rodney Burr Monday for his initial arraignment on charges of killing two transients at a homeless camp in Henderson last month. His arraignment was continued to Wednesday for confirmation of a public defender, according to a spokeswoman for Henderson Justice Court. Bail was set at $1 million, she said. King, 46, is charged with two counts of murder for the Sept. 20 deatiis of 44-year-old Chilton William Blakely and Bessie Maude Hathaway, 50. Both were shot to deatii apparently after confronting King as he allegedly tore apart the camp of another pair of transients, police said. Henderson police capttired King near Boulder Highway on Uie U.S. 95 cutoff to Searchlight after he fled the scene in a pickup buck. Man arrested for threatening wife By Katherine E. Scott News Staff yfriter Gunshots fired during a family fight in Henderson's Mission Hills neighborhood last weekend resulted in the arrest of a 38-yearold ex-felon, according to the Henderson Police Department Ronald A. Phillips was charged with assault with a deadly weapon, discharging a firearm at an occupied stmctiue and being an exfelon in possession of a fireann, police said. Records indicated the previous conviction was not weapons-related. Officers were called to the Phillips residence on SanEduardo Avenue about 4:40 a.m. Saturday on a report of "a domestic disturbance in which gunshots were fired," stated an HPD press release. Police said an argument between Phillips and his wife ended when tiie suspect fired a Ruger .22 caliber revolver four times inside the residence. Two rounds were directed near his wife before Phillips "pointed the gun at [her], threatening to kill her," the press release stated. Phillips then left the residence, but returned while police were there, police said. Bail was set at $9,000, according to Henderson Justice Court records. He was still in Henderson Jail at presstime Monday. Circle K robber escapes Henderson Police are seeking a black man suspected of robbing a local convenience store on Boulder Highway Sunday morning. At about 6 a.m., the suspect "pointed a small black pistol at tiie clerk and demanded money," an HPD press release stated. He fled behind tiie store and was last seen in Uie 1300 block of Price Street, police said. An undisclosed amount of money was taken, police said. The suspect is described as a black man 18 to 20 years old, wearing a green shirt and black pants. Any persons witii information may call tiie Henderson Police Department at 565-2009 or 565-8933. DAY IN THE PARK — Residents and staff of the Henderson Convalescent Hospital gathered in Morrell Park Sunday for the Veteran Car Club Picnic, which attracted a large croH'd and a collection of classic automobiles. Photo by Terry Carter Gas from Page 1 Storage shed burglars caught By Katherine E. Scott News Staff Writer Storage rpoms at an apartment complex on Eastminister Court were rifled eariy Saturday morning, leading to tiie arrests of two young men accused of stealing property, according to the Henderson Police Department Police said Jason C. Salazar, 18, and a 17-year-old juvenile, botii from Henderson, were arrested after fleeing from officers who observed Uiem attempting to open a fifth storage shed, police said. Officers were called to a burglary in progress at the Aflantic City Aparttnents shortly after 4 a.m. Saturday, an HPD press release stated. One witness told police tiie suspects were "making trips from tiie scene [carrying property] into a nearby housing project." Witnesses also told police "the suspects had been prying open storage rooms and removing the contents." Officers staked out the vea, waiting for tiic suspects to rettjKft. "They soon did, pry bars in hand," tiie release stated. "The suspects were about to open another room when tiiey must have observed patrol units parked in tiie area," it added. They were arrested following a foot chase, and were later identified by wiuiesses who saw tiiem taking items over a wall, police said. The property was recovered afterthe suspects told police where it could be found, the release stated. we'll do our best to answer any questions tiiat might arise." He noted tiiat the first bill tiie new customers receive from Southwest may be a bit confusing because gas used prior to Sept. 30 will be billed at CP National's rates, ^d gas used after Sept. 30 will be billed at Soutiiwcst Gas' rates. The basic service charge will also be pro-rated for tiie first montii only. Subsequent bills will fully reflect Soutiiwest's commodity rates and basic service charge. "Since Soutiiwest's rates are lower tiian CP National's, ournew customers in Henderson and Green Valley will realize significant long-term savings, particulariy during tiie winter montiis," Guinn said. "The savings are even more significant when you consider tiiat CP National was preparing to file for a rattier large rate increase, if tiiis acquisition had not occurred when it did." Although Southwest's perthenm rate is lower than CP National's, its basic service charge is slightiy higher. Therefore, a customer who uses very littie gas may see a slightiy higher overall bill tiie first month or two, Guinn said. "However, as soon as the weather turns cooler and the customer's gas usage increases. Southwest's lower rates will produce savings," Guinn said. He noted tiiat Soutiiwest will continue to receive bill payments at and provide customer services from tiie former CP National office at 108 Maricet St Additional support will be provided from the company's Soutiiem Nevada Division headquarters at 4300 W. Tropicana. Customers may continue calling the customer service telephone numberinHenderson at565-8941 or Soutiiwest's main customer service number in Las Vegas at 365-1555. Southwest acquired about 10,300 customers. King may have lived in Henderson for at least a year, according to people who had known him since before Christmas 1990. He apparentiy lived at a local motel until last Spring, when he left while his rent was paid up for several more weeks. The proprieter said King admitted having trouble controlling himself while drunk, but seemed to keep his drinking under control while staying at tiie establishment. He was living at a homeless camp northwest of Sunset Road and Pabco Road just inside Henderson's borders when tiie couple was killed, police said. According to police. King had argued witii two otiiers at the site, accusing tiiem of stealing some chairs. He rettimed to tiiat campsite witii a gun, but tiie pair had gone to a store, police said. Blakely and Hatiiaway were shot to deatii when tiiey came into tiiat camp while tiie suspect was allegedly tearing apart a tent, police said. Council to discuss Sunset traffic The Henderson Qty Council tonight will once again open its discussion on whetiier to build Marks Street with a median opening on Sunset Road and to close the two adjacent median openings. The council will meet at 7 p.m. in Council Chamber, 240 Water St The Marks Street and Sunset Road intersection will be signalized, according to a Public Worics Department plan. The Sunset Plaza Shopping Center, currentiy under construction, will contain Costco and Builder's Emporium and is expected to generate large volumes of traffic. A number of developers in tiie area have suggested alternatives tiie city can implement which tiiey say would have less negative impact on access to current businesses operating along Sunset Road. In otiier business, tiie council is expected to discuss: • A resolution ordering and directing tiie preparation of tiie preliminary assessment roll for LID 818. • A 30-day review of tiie Hilt's Molds architecttjral review. • A reconsideration of a denial for across-gendermassage license for Lisa Fields Schwartz. • A use permit and architecttjral review for Rally's Hamburgers, a double drive-tiirough fast food restaurant proposed for 4449 Sunset Road. Run for the Rose Saturday Both young men were chai;ged with four counts of burglary and possession of bursary tools. Century 21 honors Stevenson standing professionals in her field of expertise for tiie entire Soutiiwest Region of Century 21. Her achievements were highlighted as one of tiie top tiiree real estate agents in the region and she is "On Target" for the "Centurion Award." Patrice Stevenson of Century 21 Henderson Realty recendy won three achievements awanls for outstanding production. At the last Century 21 Quarteriy Sales Rally held at tiie Hacienda Hotel and Casino, Stevenson was recognized as one of the outThe first aimual "Run for die Rose" to benefit patient services at St. Rose Dominican Hospital will be Saturday at tiie Green Valley High School track. "Run for the Rose" will consist of a 5K run, a one-mile fitness walk and a kids' ftin nin complemented by an array of bootiis providing information on family and health-related^ issues along witii a healtii fair. The start and finish lines are on tiie^ew Green Valley High School U-ack, According to school officials, tiiis will be tiie first u-ack competition held on tiie newly completed field. "All entrants automatically qualify for several drawings including such prizes as a three-day Mexican cruise, a tiiree-montii membership to tiie Green Valley Atiiletic Qub, a round of golf for two at die Legacy Golf Club and a $100 gift certificate from Garrett's Furniture, just to name a few," said race director Frank Plasso, Jr. Participants may register at Sportco Sporting Goods; Elite Healtii Foods; tiie Running Store; tiie Jock Shop; or St. Rose Dominican Hosi^tal's Fund Development office. Entry fees are $14 at pre-registration, $16 on tiie day of the race, and $8 for children entering the one-half kilometer kids' nm. Festivities will kick off witii a one-mile fitiiess walk at 8 a.m., followed by tiie 5K mn at 8:20. Children get into the action at 9 a.m. v^thtiie kids'mn. >1ENDERS0N [HOIVIE IMElAfS An Independent Newspaper Founded June i, 1951 nibiUwd 7T"eUy and nundar moraliit at 2 Commerce Center Drive, HnderMW, Nevada bT HBO PubUcattoni Inc. SSS!*Jf?^!.K*V ?• ?Healeraon, Nerada. rtJSPS SI664?) POSTMASrfFsiBd addre* cfaanici 'to HENDERSON HOME NEWS. 2 Commerce CentoDrive, Henderaon, Nv. t9014 Pkone (702) SM^IUI MIKE O'CALLAGHAN TIMO'CALLAGHAN PAULSZYDELKO Maaa|ii Editor CAROLYN O'CALLAGHAN Co-PnUUbcr. MABY COLLEEN MIELE CIrcalatlan Manaftr General Manager HA.C. PabHcationi Mike O'Callaghan, Preildeiit: Caroljn O'Callaghan, Vke PreMcnt; Tha O'CnUagbMi. Treawrer/Vlce Prealdent; RUUH Dcikin, Secretary: Mm-v Colleen Miele, Vice PrealdcnL SulMcriptloa nitec Single 25 cents One year 420 Slimoatlu.....$U ThrMiiiootliL.410 MaU ubscriptions West of MlBrisBippL. 430 per year $20 for six montha Eait or MladisippL. J$3S par year $25lbr8ixmntha Tuesday, October 1,1991 Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Page 3 ART CRITICS — During Thursday's Open paintings in Sandra Welnberg's art classroom. House at HInman Elementary, Paul Flores, 6, Teachers throughout the school displayed their and his father, Jack, examine the various students' work to parents and students alike. FhotOR by Terry Carter School groundbreakings scheduled A joint groundbreaking ceremony for 10 new schools that will open over the next two years is scheduled for Friday, Oct. 11. Ceremonial groundbreaking will be held for Lee Antonello, Patricia A. Bendorf, Jack Daily, Selma F. Bardett, Jim Thorpe and Mary and Zel Lowmanelementaiy schools; Theron L. Swainston and Thurman White junior high schools; and Durango and Winchester senior high schools. bartlett Elementary School is planned for the Green Valley Soutii neighborhood while White Junior High will be located in the Whitney Ranch neighbodiood. The elementary and junior high schools will be ready for tiie 1992Brown Junior High School offers parenting classes A parenting class will be offered at Brown Junior High School this montii. The classes will begin Wednesday and continue on Oct. 9 and Oct. 16. All classes will begin at 6 p.m. in tiie school library. Among the topics to be discussed are how parents can improve their children's self-esteem, self-discipline and communication skills. Schools from Page 1 cial smdies teacher because tiiey didn't meet tiie projected number. They dissolved two social studies classes and tiiree English classes. "We looked at the numbers all tiie way around and we found this to be tiie most efficient way," Fernandez said. An eightii grade teacher will now teach seventii grade social studies and the English department will pick up the English classes, he added. The principal said class size will go up seven or eight students in tiie affected subjects. Burkholder Junior High School At Lyal Buikholder, tiie 1.100 students enrolled is 50 fewer tiian what tiic school district projected, and principal Frank Lamping had to release an exploration teacher. An exploration instructor teachers all three grades. The classes are designed to give the student a broad view of tiie curriculum. The classes last between four to nine weeks, cover the spectrum of disciplines and are graded on a pass/fail basis. Dooley Elementary School Another Henderson school that came very close to meeting the projected number was tiie John Dooley Elementary School in the River Mountain neighborhood. The 497 students enrolled on couqt day was eight more tiian anticipated. "The number is small enough that it doesn't make too much of a difference," said principal Steward Reid. "We have 21 classes, so the extra numbers aren't dramatic." The principal added tiiat one "We're holding our own. We were on pins and needles for a while." Arturo Ochoa Taylor Elementary fourth grade class has 30 students and tiie school distinct has allocated a teacher aid for six hours of instructional assistance. McCaw Elementary School Gordan McCaw was the next closest to meeting the projected figure witii 11 students more tiian the 800 anticipated. The school lost four teachers and tiiis year they have 48 more students, said principal Janet Dobry. They were given back a fourth and fifth grade teacher but Dobry has requested a third grade teacher as well. Last year the third grade teacher position was not put on tiie request list "Right now I am fighting it," Dobry said. "It feU between the cracks. Someone didn't ask for it." The average class size is 33 students, she said. Robert Taylor Elementary School Robert Taylor Elementary in the Valley View neighbodiood had 12 fewer stiidents on count day tiian anticipated. Each grade level was very close to tiie projection, said principal Arturo Ochoa. "We arc a tad short in the fifth grade." The school neitiier lost nor gained any new teachers. "We're holding our own," Ochoa said. "We were on pins and needles for a while." Galloway Elementary School Fay Galloway Elementary School in the Horizon Hills neighborhood picked up two new teachers because its enrollment figure of 804 is 14 more tiian tiie school district predicted. A fifth grade instructor and a kindergarten instructor started teaching today. ~ ; "This is great because we are able to reduce the class size," said principal Michael Robison. The fi fth grade cl asses will be reduced from 38 students to approximately 30 and tiie kindeigartcn classes of 32 will be reduced by seven Robison said tiiere will be some problems rearranging students after classes have begun. "This is going to cause some difficulty with tiie sbidents, teachers and parents. But you have to look at the best thing—which is reducing tiie class size." Hinman Elementary School Edna Hinman Elementary in tiK Pittman neighborhood lost one teacher after its enrolhnent figure of 572 students was determined to be 30 fewer tiian predicted. Principal Dee Leavitt said tiic school lost a fourth grade teacher and a fourtii/fiftii grade combination class. "We had to dissolve tiie class," Leavitt said. But she added tiiat tiiecombinationclasstcacherwiU be retaining some of same students when teaching solely fourth grade. Treem Elementary School Anotiier school that has experienced growtii is Harriet Treem Elementary School in tiie Whitney Ranch neighborhood. On count day, tiie school had 780 students enrolled, which is 124 more tiian projected, said principal Beveriy Daly. But tiie school district has some foresight, Daly said because by year's end, tiie total enrollment figure should be around 800. This is based on the growth in the area. Gibson Elementary School The biggest fluctuation at tiie primary school level for projection numbers was tiie James I. Gibson Elementary School. The enrollment figure of 806 is 192 more tiian predicted. The class will be hosted by tiie Brown Chapter 1 program. Cosponsors include the Resident Initiative office of the Clark County Housing Autiiority, tiie "Parenting Project" of Clark County Juvenile Court Services, die Re-Entry Center of tiie Community College of Southern Nevada and tiie Henderson Boys and Girls Qub. Transportation will be available from the Landsman and Hampton communities and can be arranged by calling 564-2989. For more information, call Jerome Herrman at Brown Junior High, 799-8900. 93 school year, and tiie senior high schools will be completed by fall 1993. Construction has already begun on the two junior and two senior high schools. The six elementaries will be bid tiiis November. The schools are being built with moneyfromtiie$600millionbond issue approved by voters in 1988. The groundbreaking ceremony will begin at 4 p.m. at Barbara and Hank Greenspun Junior High School, 140 N. VaUe Verde Dr. Among those atiending will be students, school board members, Superintendent Brian Cram, local and county officials and representatives of architectural firms. The ceremony is open to the public. Creative Friendt > 3rd Annual f Marathon Fail Boutique Invites you to come join the FaU Celebration MlheDiyiFourSeuaralnn, SL Oeac|e,Utif \Jy, (on SL George Boulevud) ,L IT? Celebnie ihe upcoming holidayi wub :?' exciting ideu A gifta. /\ The festlvltlci bccin FHda;, OcL 4 '^ from 10 A.M. to 8 P.M. and ran Uini Saturday, Get S from 10 A.M. to 6 PM. \^ For mare infarmition ctll.. (801) 628-9214 • CREDIT COUNSELLORS!!! HELP''' & MANAGEMENT SERVICES Finally! Peace of mind... A management plan for ALL your bills, debt adjustments, payment consolidation, even a bill payer service!—. FREE CONSULTATION CALLTODAY s. East-736-2600 West-878-2915 CREorr • EPORT Wc Mil obtain and mmm your Cred) Report. |u,.i^ 1 •2700 E Sunset, Ste. 39 (Ptric 2000 Across From Sunset Paric) • 2915 W. Charleston, Ste. S-A ...•.— (Btwi Rencho VU view) Over 20 Yean Experience 'Uccosed and bonded lijr the Suie o( NV, FkiwicUl hf Ututloni NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on September 24,1991, the City Council of the City of Henderson, passed a Water Allocation Ordinance, Ordinance No. 1259. PURSUANT to Section 8 of such ordinance, noticejs hereby given to all persons who do not have a certificate of occupancy for a p^ing development project that they must file an application for water service prior to January 6,1992 with tfie Director of Public Works. Failure to file such an application wilt bar all claims from such persons and for water service to serve such project DATED this 26th day of September, 1991. DOROTHY A. VONDENBRINK. CMC, CITY CLERK THE SHOW HOUSE Charities in some communities oodasionaily stage house tours as fund raisers. Often, a house will belong to a celebrity or be specially decorated to showcase the work of local interior decorators. These homes a band-box perfect, not a pillow out of place. We wouldn't recommend calling in the interior decorators and totally redoing the place before you put your home on the market. But someone coming into your home who is considering buying it is just as important as any other visitor probably more important. And you want to present a similar aura of perfection. Getting a house ready to show really means getting 'A^^ ready for company. Wirxiows should be bright and dean and curtains left open. Cut flowers and bright lighting can make rooms especially attractive. Wipe up fingerprints around light switches and door handles. Make sure the house smells good, fresh air's the best "scent." Touch up paint or repaint wherever necessary. The better your house looks, the better prospective buyers wiH Vke it. To sell your property, caH us at Cok^vell Banker/Paul Gargis & Associates, 160 East Horizon Drive, Henderson, Nevada, phone (702) 564-6969. EXPECT THE BEST!!! FREE SEMINAR T Childress & Associates, Inc. A Business and Estate Planning Co. cordially invites you to mend a AVOID PROBATE EsmrE piANmNG is NOT JUSTFrnmEBIOL.. pumamamsAVEBEnfEEii 10% JWD 60% OF YDDR SSXUC CALL FOR RESERVATIONS 454-3499 MEMBER IJ^S VEGAS CHAMBER OF CX)MMERCE DATES Tues. Oct 8. at 10 & 2 p.m. Tues. Oct 29. at 1 & 7 p.m. LOCATION Henderson Library 280 Water St.. Henderson. NV SLIDE PRESENTATION ON: 1. Can you avoid the cost and deUy of probate? 2. Do you have a right to die? 3. la estate plannli^ only for the wealthy? 4. What options are available to pay Federal Estate Taxes? Senior Center H E N E N Black Mountain Senior Nutrition Program Christmas Food Baskets for Needy Seniors Project The Black Mountain Senior Nutrition Program sponsored by Catholic Community Services of Nevada, and volunteers from the Henderson Senior Center have joined together to provide 100 Christmas food baskets for needy seniors. They ask your help by subscribing to the Henderson Home News. Half of each subscription CIO"") will be donated to the Senior Christmas Food Basket program. $2000 Delivered to your home every Tuesday and Thursday morning APPLIES TO NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS ONLY Good thru Oct. 1,199 1 ^_ r' SENIOR CHRISTMAS GIFT BASKET PROGRAM Please start my subscription to the Henderson Home News Name • n Address Phone (FOR OFFICE USE ONLY) Enclosed is my check or money order for $20 for the one-year home dellveiy subscilpdon. Signed L. (NO REFUNDSX HENDERSON HOME NEWS 2 Commerce Center Drive Henderson, NV 89014 Phone 435-7700 J ORIGINAL DEFECTIVE

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mmm Page 2 Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Tuesday, October 1,1991 Letters section a great forum by Paul Szydelko Managing Editor The recent flurry of letters to the editor regarding Principal Frank Lamping and his program at Burkholder Junior High School shows the strengths and weaknesses of the letters section as a forum for public debate. Following a Page 1 story about the Burkholder middle school concept in the Home News, I received two letters critical of Lamping. I immediately disregarded one anonymous letter and published the other one with the name of the writer withheld on request. News policy is this: No anonymous letters will be printed, period. Writers must sign their name and provide a telephone number and address for verification purposes. Names will be withheld only if the reasons are compelling and the letter adds a clear, inforaied voice to the debate. If printing the name of the letter writer will cause that person or his family harm, well, then that's a compelling reason. After the letter was printed, a Burkholder teacher eloquently defended Lamping and the middle school concept in the next batch of letters. We have since received other letters, the negative ones anonymous and the positive ones signed. vh\&t makes this case troubling is when a caller Friday said his child, a student at Buridiolder, was approached by a teacher asking if that child's parent wrote the initial critical letter. I don't know if the incident is tnie, and if it is true, I cannot conclude that it is pan of a kind of "witch-hunt" to smoke out the letter writer. I just hope that it isn't true. I hope that the students, although they are ultimately what the discussion is about, are not pressured or harassed because of letters written to the local newspaper. The purpose of the letters to the editor section is to allow community members to speak their minds about important issues of the day. A free, thought-provoking forum of debate can result. The letters section can be the most exciting, best-read section of any newspaper. It can only be successful, however, if the writers take responsibility for their opinions. Sign your name, and we'll be happy to print your letter. Other r\iles of the game: Local writers on local issues that are timely will take priority. It also helps if the letters are brief, typed and double-spaced. Letters must be written to the editor, the newspaper or our readers—not a form letter and not a letter written to somebody else, tiien copied for the newspaper. No person will get his letter published more than once a month. I have a regular letter-writer from Henderson who writes me every otiier week bashing Dan Quayle. When I'm in a town that is unfamiliar to me and pick up a local newspaper for the first time, I glance at the front page first and then flip right to the letters section. It is in that section where one can get a quick sense of the community. I can find out what issues are important to the residents and what Uie current debate is about A newspaper's function is to inform, educate and to entertain, to be a watchdog of government—but also to provide a timely forum in which residents can bring to light and discuss issues that are important to the community. King in Justice Court By Katherine E. Scott News SUtt Writer James Dee King appeared before Henderson Justice of the Peace Rodney Burr Monday for his initial arraignment on charges of killing two transients at a homeless camp in Henderson last month. His arraignment was continued to Wednesday for confirmation of a public defender, according to a spokeswoman for Henderson Justice Court. Bail was set at $1 million, she said. King, 46, is charged with two counts of murder for the Sept. 20 deatiis of 44-year-old Chilton William Blakely and Bessie Maude Hathaway, 50. Both were shot to deatii apparently after confronting King as he allegedly tore apart the camp of another pair of transients, police said. Henderson police capttired King near Boulder Highway on Uie U.S. 95 cutoff to Searchlight after he fled the scene in a pickup buck. Man arrested for threatening wife By Katherine E. Scott News Staff yfriter Gunshots fired during a family fight in Henderson's Mission Hills neighborhood last weekend resulted in the arrest of a 38-yearold ex-felon, according to the Henderson Police Department Ronald A. Phillips was charged with assault with a deadly weapon, discharging a firearm at an occupied stmctiue and being an exfelon in possession of a fireann, police said. Records indicated the previous conviction was not weapons-related. Officers were called to the Phillips residence on SanEduardo Avenue about 4:40 a.m. Saturday on a report of "a domestic disturbance in which gunshots were fired," stated an HPD press release. Police said an argument between Phillips and his wife ended when tiie suspect fired a Ruger .22 caliber revolver four times inside the residence. Two rounds were directed near his wife before Phillips "pointed the gun at [her], threatening to kill her," the press release stated. Phillips then left the residence, but returned while police were there, police said. Bail was set at $9,000, according to Henderson Justice Court records. He was still in Henderson Jail at presstime Monday. Circle K robber escapes Henderson Police are seeking a black man suspected of robbing a local convenience store on Boulder Highway Sunday morning. At about 6 a.m., the suspect "pointed a small black pistol at tiie clerk and demanded money," an HPD press release stated. He fled behind tiie store and was last seen in Uie 1300 block of Price Street, police said. An undisclosed amount of money was taken, police said. The suspect is described as a black man 18 to 20 years old, wearing a green shirt and black pants. Any persons witii information may call tiie Henderson Police Department at 565-2009 or 565-8933. DAY IN THE PARK — Residents and staff of the Henderson Convalescent Hospital gathered in Morrell Park Sunday for the Veteran Car Club Picnic, which attracted a large croH'd and a collection of classic automobiles. Photo by Terry Carter Gas from Page 1 Storage shed burglars caught By Katherine E. Scott News Staff Writer Storage rpoms at an apartment complex on Eastminister Court were rifled eariy Saturday morning, leading to tiie arrests of two young men accused of stealing property, according to the Henderson Police Department Police said Jason C. Salazar, 18, and a 17-year-old juvenile, botii from Henderson, were arrested after fleeing from officers who observed Uiem attempting to open a fifth storage shed, police said. Officers were called to a burglary in progress at the Aflantic City Aparttnents shortly after 4 a.m. Saturday, an HPD press release stated. One witness told police tiie suspects were "making trips from tiie scene [carrying property] into a nearby housing project." Witnesses also told police "the suspects had been prying open storage rooms and removing the contents." Officers staked out the vea, waiting for tiic suspects to rettjKft. "They soon did, pry bars in hand," tiie release stated. "The suspects were about to open another room when tiiey must have observed patrol units parked in tiie area," it added. They were arrested following a foot chase, and were later identified by wiuiesses who saw tiiem taking items over a wall, police said. The property was recovered afterthe suspects told police where it could be found, the release stated. we'll do our best to answer any questions tiiat might arise." He noted tiiat the first bill tiie new customers receive from Southwest may be a bit confusing because gas used prior to Sept. 30 will be billed at CP National's rates, ^d gas used after Sept. 30 will be billed at Soutiiwcst Gas' rates. The basic service charge will also be pro-rated for tiie first montii only. Subsequent bills will fully reflect Soutiiwest's commodity rates and basic service charge. "Since Soutiiwest's rates are lower tiian CP National's, ournew customers in Henderson and Green Valley will realize significant long-term savings, particulariy during tiie winter montiis," Guinn said. "The savings are even more significant when you consider tiiat CP National was preparing to file for a rattier large rate increase, if tiiis acquisition had not occurred when it did." Although Southwest's perthenm rate is lower than CP National's, its basic service charge is slightiy higher. Therefore, a customer who uses very littie gas may see a slightiy higher overall bill tiie first month or two, Guinn said. "However, as soon as the weather turns cooler and the customer's gas usage increases. Southwest's lower rates will produce savings," Guinn said. He noted tiiat Soutiiwest will continue to receive bill payments at and provide customer services from tiie former CP National office at 108 Maricet St Additional support will be provided from the company's Soutiiem Nevada Division headquarters at 4300 W. Tropicana. Customers may continue calling the customer service telephone numberinHenderson at565-8941 or Soutiiwest's main customer service number in Las Vegas at 365-1555. Southwest acquired about 10,300 customers. King may have lived in Henderson for at least a year, according to people who had known him since before Christmas 1990. He apparentiy lived at a local motel until last Spring, when he left while his rent was paid up for several more weeks. The proprieter said King admitted having trouble controlling himself while drunk, but seemed to keep his drinking under control while staying at tiie establishment. He was living at a homeless camp northwest of Sunset Road and Pabco Road just inside Henderson's borders when tiie couple was killed, police said. According to police. King had argued witii two otiiers at the site, accusing tiiem of stealing some chairs. He rettimed to tiiat campsite witii a gun, but tiie pair had gone to a store, police said. Blakely and Hatiiaway were shot to deatii when tiiey came into tiiat camp while tiie suspect was allegedly tearing apart a tent, police said. Council to discuss Sunset traffic The Henderson Qty Council tonight will once again open its discussion on whetiier to build Marks Street with a median opening on Sunset Road and to close the two adjacent median openings. The council will meet at 7 p.m. in Council Chamber, 240 Water St The Marks Street and Sunset Road intersection will be signalized, according to a Public Worics Department plan. The Sunset Plaza Shopping Center, currentiy under construction, will contain Costco and Builder's Emporium and is expected to generate large volumes of traffic. A number of developers in tiie area have suggested alternatives tiie city can implement which tiiey say would have less negative impact on access to current businesses operating along Sunset Road. In otiier business, tiie council is expected to discuss: • A resolution ordering and directing tiie preparation of tiie preliminary assessment roll for LID 818. • A 30-day review of tiie Hilt's Molds architecttjral review. • A reconsideration of a denial for across-gendermassage license for Lisa Fields Schwartz. • A use permit and architecttjral review for Rally's Hamburgers, a double drive-tiirough fast food restaurant proposed for 4449 Sunset Road. Run for the Rose Saturday Both young men were chai;ged with four counts of burglary and possession of bursary tools. Century 21 honors Stevenson standing professionals in her field of expertise for tiie entire Soutiiwest Region of Century 21. Her achievements were highlighted as one of tiie top tiiree real estate agents in the region and she is "On Target" for the "Centurion Award." Patrice Stevenson of Century 21 Henderson Realty recendy won three achievements awanls for outstanding production. At the last Century 21 Quarteriy Sales Rally held at tiie Hacienda Hotel and Casino, Stevenson was recognized as one of the outThe first aimual "Run for die Rose" to benefit patient services at St. Rose Dominican Hospital will be Saturday at tiie Green Valley High School track. "Run for the Rose" will consist of a 5K run, a one-mile fitness walk and a kids' ftin nin complemented by an array of bootiis providing information on family and health-related^ issues along witii a healtii fair. The start and finish lines are on tiie^ew Green Valley High School U-ack, According to school officials, tiiis will be tiie first u-ack competition held on tiie newly completed field. "All entrants automatically qualify for several drawings including such prizes as a three-day Mexican cruise, a tiiree-montii membership to tiie Green Valley Atiiletic Qub, a round of golf for two at die Legacy Golf Club and a $100 gift certificate from Garrett's Furniture, just to name a few," said race director Frank Plasso, Jr. Participants may register at Sportco Sporting Goods; Elite Healtii Foods; tiie Running Store; tiie Jock Shop; or St. Rose Dominican Hosi^tal's Fund Development office. Entry fees are $14 at pre-registration, $16 on tiie day of the race, and $8 for children entering the one-half kilometer kids' nm. Festivities will kick off witii a one-mile fitiiess walk at 8 a.m., followed by tiie 5K mn at 8:20. Children get into the action at 9 a.m. v^thtiie kids'mn. >1ENDERS0N [HOIVIE IMElAfS An Independent Newspaper Founded June i, 1951 nibiUwd 7T"eUy and nundar moraliit at 2 Commerce Center Drive, HnderMW, Nevada bT HBO PubUcattoni Inc. SSS!*Jf?^!.K*V ?• ?Healeraon, Nerada. rtJSPS SI664?) POSTMASrfFsiBd addre* cfaanici 'to HENDERSON HOME NEWS. 2 Commerce CentoDrive, Henderaon, Nv. t9014 Pkone (702) SM^IUI MIKE O'CALLAGHAN TIMO'CALLAGHAN PAULSZYDELKO Maaa|ii Editor CAROLYN O'CALLAGHAN Co-PnUUbcr. MABY COLLEEN MIELE CIrcalatlan Manaftr General Manager HA.C. PabHcationi Mike O'Callaghan, Preildeiit: Caroljn O'Callaghan, Vke PreMcnt; Tha O'CnUagbMi. Treawrer/Vlce Prealdent; RUUH Dcikin, Secretary: Mm-v Colleen Miele, Vice PrealdcnL SulMcriptloa nitec Single 25 cents One year 420 Slimoatlu.....$U ThrMiiiootliL.410 MaU ubscriptions West of MlBrisBippL. 430 per year $20 for six montha Eait or MladisippL. J$3S par year $25lbr8ixmntha Tuesday, October 1,1991 Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Page 3 ART CRITICS — During Thursday's Open paintings in Sandra Welnberg's art classroom. House at HInman Elementary, Paul Flores, 6, Teachers throughout the school displayed their and his father, Jack, examine the various students' work to parents and students alike. FhotOR by Terry Carter School groundbreakings scheduled A joint groundbreaking ceremony for 10 new schools that will open over the next two years is scheduled for Friday, Oct. 11. Ceremonial groundbreaking will be held for Lee Antonello, Patricia A. Bendorf, Jack Daily, Selma F. Bardett, Jim Thorpe and Mary and Zel Lowmanelementaiy schools; Theron L. Swainston and Thurman White junior high schools; and Durango and Winchester senior high schools. bartlett Elementary School is planned for the Green Valley Soutii neighborhood while White Junior High will be located in the Whitney Ranch neighbodiood. The elementary and junior high schools will be ready for tiie 1992Brown Junior High School offers parenting classes A parenting class will be offered at Brown Junior High School this montii. The classes will begin Wednesday and continue on Oct. 9 and Oct. 16. All classes will begin at 6 p.m. in tiie school library. Among the topics to be discussed are how parents can improve their children's self-esteem, self-discipline and communication skills. Schools from Page 1 cial smdies teacher because tiiey didn't meet tiie projected number. They dissolved two social studies classes and tiiree English classes. "We looked at the numbers all tiie way around and we found this to be tiie most efficient way," Fernandez said. An eightii grade teacher will now teach seventii grade social studies and the English department will pick up the English classes, he added. The principal said class size will go up seven or eight students in tiie affected subjects. Burkholder Junior High School At Lyal Buikholder, tiie 1.100 students enrolled is 50 fewer tiian what tiic school district projected, and principal Frank Lamping had to release an exploration teacher. An exploration instructor teachers all three grades. The classes are designed to give the student a broad view of tiie curriculum. The classes last between four to nine weeks, cover the spectrum of disciplines and are graded on a pass/fail basis. Dooley Elementary School Another Henderson school that came very close to meeting the projected number was tiie John Dooley Elementary School in the River Mountain neighborhood. The 497 students enrolled on couqt day was eight more tiian anticipated. "The number is small enough that it doesn't make too much of a difference," said principal Steward Reid. "We have 21 classes, so the extra numbers aren't dramatic." The principal added tiiat one "We're holding our own. We were on pins and needles for a while." Arturo Ochoa Taylor Elementary fourth grade class has 30 students and tiie school distinct has allocated a teacher aid for six hours of instructional assistance. McCaw Elementary School Gordan McCaw was the next closest to meeting the projected figure witii 11 students more tiian the 800 anticipated. The school lost four teachers and tiiis year they have 48 more students, said principal Janet Dobry. They were given back a fourth and fifth grade teacher but Dobry has requested a third grade teacher as well. Last year the third grade teacher position was not put on tiie request list "Right now I am fighting it," Dobry said. "It feU between the cracks. Someone didn't ask for it." The average class size is 33 students, she said. Robert Taylor Elementary School Robert Taylor Elementary in the Valley View neighbodiood had 12 fewer stiidents on count day tiian anticipated. Each grade level was very close to tiie projection, said principal Arturo Ochoa. "We arc a tad short in the fifth grade." The school neitiier lost nor gained any new teachers. "We're holding our own," Ochoa said. "We were on pins and needles for a while." Galloway Elementary School Fay Galloway Elementary School in the Horizon Hills neighborhood picked up two new teachers because its enrollment figure of 804 is 14 more tiian tiie school district predicted. A fifth grade instructor and a kindergarten instructor started teaching today. ~ ; "This is great because we are able to reduce the class size," said principal Michael Robison. The fi fth grade cl asses will be reduced from 38 students to approximately 30 and tiie kindeigartcn classes of 32 will be reduced by seven Robison said tiiere will be some problems rearranging students after classes have begun. "This is going to cause some difficulty with tiie sbidents, teachers and parents. But you have to look at the best thing—which is reducing tiie class size." Hinman Elementary School Edna Hinman Elementary in tiK Pittman neighborhood lost one teacher after its enrolhnent figure of 572 students was determined to be 30 fewer tiian predicted. Principal Dee Leavitt said tiic school lost a fourth grade teacher and a fourtii/fiftii grade combination class. "We had to dissolve tiie class," Leavitt said. But she added tiiat tiiecombinationclasstcacherwiU be retaining some of same students when teaching solely fourth grade. Treem Elementary School Anotiier school that has experienced growtii is Harriet Treem Elementary School in tiie Whitney Ranch neighborhood. On count day, tiie school had 780 students enrolled, which is 124 more tiian projected, said principal Beveriy Daly. But tiie school district has some foresight, Daly said because by year's end, tiie total enrollment figure should be around 800. This is based on the growth in the area. Gibson Elementary School The biggest fluctuation at tiie primary school level for projection numbers was tiie James I. Gibson Elementary School. The enrollment figure of 806 is 192 more tiian predicted. The class will be hosted by tiie Brown Chapter 1 program. Cosponsors include the Resident Initiative office of the Clark County Housing Autiiority, tiie "Parenting Project" of Clark County Juvenile Court Services, die Re-Entry Center of tiie Community College of Southern Nevada and tiie Henderson Boys and Girls Qub. Transportation will be available from the Landsman and Hampton communities and can be arranged by calling 564-2989. For more information, call Jerome Herrman at Brown Junior High, 799-8900. 93 school year, and tiie senior high schools will be completed by fall 1993. Construction has already begun on the two junior and two senior high schools. The six elementaries will be bid tiiis November. The schools are being built with moneyfromtiie$600millionbond issue approved by voters in 1988. The groundbreaking ceremony will begin at 4 p.m. at Barbara and Hank Greenspun Junior High School, 140 N. VaUe Verde Dr. Among those atiending will be students, school board members, Superintendent Brian Cram, local and county officials and representatives of architectural firms. The ceremony is open to the public. Creative Friendt > 3rd Annual f Marathon Fail Boutique Invites you to come join the FaU Celebration MlheDiyiFourSeuaralnn, SL Oeac|e,Utif \Jy, (on SL George Boulevud) ,L IT? Celebnie ihe upcoming holidayi wub :?' exciting ideu A gifta. /\ The festlvltlci bccin FHda;, OcL 4 '^ from 10 A.M. to 8 P.M. and ran Uini Saturday, Get S from 10 A.M. to 6 PM. \^ For mare infarmition ctll.. (801) 628-9214 • CREDIT COUNSELLORS!!! HELP''' & MANAGEMENT SERVICES Finally! Peace of mind... A management plan for ALL your bills, debt adjustments, payment consolidation, even a bill payer service!—. 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CMC, CITY CLERK THE SHOW HOUSE Charities in some communities oodasionaily stage house tours as fund raisers. Often, a house will belong to a celebrity or be specially decorated to showcase the work of local interior decorators. These homes a band-box perfect, not a pillow out of place. We wouldn't recommend calling in the interior decorators and totally redoing the place before you put your home on the market. But someone coming into your home who is considering buying it is just as important as any other visitor probably more important. And you want to present a similar aura of perfection. Getting a house ready to show really means getting 'A^^ ready for company. Wirxiows should be bright and dean and curtains left open. Cut flowers and bright lighting can make rooms especially attractive. Wipe up fingerprints around light switches and door handles. Make sure the house smells good, fresh air's the best "scent." Touch up paint or repaint wherever necessary. The better your house looks, the better prospective buyers wiH Vke it. To sell your property, caH us at Cok^vell Banker/Paul Gargis & Associates, 160 East Horizon Drive, Henderson, Nevada, phone (702) 564-6969. EXPECT THE BEST!!! FREE SEMINAR T Childress & Associates, Inc. A Business and Estate Planning Co. cordially invites you to mend a AVOID PROBATE EsmrE piANmNG is NOT JUSTFrnmEBIOL.. pumamamsAVEBEnfEEii 10% JWD 60% OF YDDR SSXUC CALL FOR RESERVATIONS 454-3499 MEMBER IJ^S VEGAS CHAMBER OF CX)MMERCE DATES Tues. Oct 8. at 10 & 2 p.m. Tues. Oct 29. at 1 & 7 p.m. LOCATION Henderson Library 280 Water St.. Henderson. NV SLIDE PRESENTATION ON: 1. Can you avoid the cost and deUy of probate? 2. Do you have a right to die? 3. la estate plannli^ only for the wealthy? 4. What options are available to pay Federal Estate Taxes? Senior Center H E N E N Black Mountain Senior Nutrition Program Christmas Food Baskets for Needy Seniors Project The Black Mountain Senior Nutrition Program sponsored by Catholic Community Services of Nevada, and volunteers from the Henderson Senior Center have joined together to provide 100 Christmas food baskets for needy seniors. They ask your help by subscribing to the Henderson Home News. Half of each subscription CIO"") will be donated to the Senior Christmas Food Basket program. $2000 Delivered to your home every Tuesday and Thursday morning APPLIES TO NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS ONLY Good thru Oct. 1,199 1 ^_ r' SENIOR CHRISTMAS GIFT BASKET PROGRAM Please start my subscription to the Henderson Home News Name • n Address Phone (FOR OFFICE USE ONLY) Enclosed is my check or money order for $20 for the one-year home dellveiy subscilpdon. Signed L. (NO REFUNDSX HENDERSON HOME NEWS 2 Commerce Center Drive Henderson, NV 89014 Phone 435-7700 J ORIGINAL DEFECTIVE

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Page 4 Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Tuesday, October 1,1991 Tuesday, October 1,1991 Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Page 5 STORYTELLING—Bob Dodge, an English professor at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, tells a story at the James I. Gibson Public Library Saturday during "Storytelling: A Celebration of the Desert" sponsored by the Nevada Humanities Committee, Clark County School Librarians Association, Henderson District Public Library, UNLV English Department, Far West Popular Cultural Association and the Friends of the Henderson District Public Library. Other storytellers included Joe Hayes, Katy Rydell and Diane Wolkstein. Photo bj Aaron Maycs Sunshine Rebekah to receive special guest Emily MillerofParadise Valley, President of the Rebekah Assembly of Nevada, Independent Order of Odd Fellows, will make her official visit to Sunshine Rebekah Lodge No. 41,1.O.O.F.. Henderson, today. On Wednesday night, she will visit Oasis R.L. No. 31, in Las Vegas. Christine Morehead of Sunshine will serve the Assembly as Odd Fellow flag bearer. The mountain bluebinl is her emblem, and the white rose her flower. Her colors are Nevada blue and white. The president's projects are the U.N. Pilgrimage and scholarships. Hcraims are "tokecpourbeautiful Order strong,and our older members more active and happy." She was one of three children bom to Delflna and John Zatica in Oregon Canyon, Ore., on March 8,1927. She was educated in Oregon Canyon and Jordan VaUey, Ore., and graduated from Humboldt Countylligh School in Nevadain 1944.OnDec.25.1944, she manied Ernest R. Miller, an OddFellowsince I943.Theyhavc two daughters, both Rebekahs, Frankie ZabolaofParadi.se Valley, and Mary Ann Boner of Reno. They have four grandchildren. Miller joined Naomi Rebekah Lodge No. 6. I.O.O.F. in May 1946. She has held all of the offices, and has been treasurer for the last 17 years. She also belongs to Winnemucca Basque Qub, the Senior Center, AARP and St. Alfonsus Catholic Church. She also is relief Postmaster in Paradise Valley. "Since I'm a real handyman, I help my husband with the upkeep of the lodge hall, the cemetery and two churches!" Miller said. Environment fact The State Energy Office of the Governor's Office of Community ^ Services provides an energy and recycling fact: There are more drops of oil from vehicles and do-it-yourself oil changers than is spilled in tanker accidents. Rather than dump it into thcenvironment. check the telephone book for recyclers that buy back waste oil. For infonmation on energy topics or on how to find a recycling center nearby, contact the GOCS rt' Valley View neighborhood survey to be conducted The city of Henderson, Department of Economic Development, requests the assistance of the residents of the Valley View neighborhood. A brief confidential survey will be conducted by the University of Nevada Las Vegas (UNLV) Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, a spokesman said. UNLV business students, wearing UNLV shirts, will be conducting a city-prepared survey which wiU aid the city in its application for Community Development Block Grant-funded projects in the Valley View neighboriiood. The very short survey will ask only two questions about family size and approximate family income. Each household will be ABWA seel(S members The Desert Dawn Chapter of the American Business Women's Association will hold a membership drive at 6:30 p.m., OcL 8 at JC Qubhouse. 425 Van Wagenen. According to President Nona Ferryman, the campaign theme is "Open the Doorsof Opportunity," and wiU focus on personal and professional growth opportunities for businesswomen. The mission of the American Business Women's Association is to bring together businesswomen of diverse backgrounds and to provide opportunities for them to help themselves and others grow personaUy and professionally through leadership, education, networking support and national recognition. For more ABWA information call Barbara Amdt at 564-2252. Obituaries Burnise 0. IVIcGuire Burnise 0. McGuirc, 79, died Wednesday in a local convalescent hospital. Bom Feb. 3, 1912,inSumner, ni.. he was a retired pipeline engineer. Services were held. Palm Mortuary handled arrangements. Gladys IMulbey Clapp Gladys Mulbey Oapp. 88, a four-year resident, died Wednesday in a local convalescent hospital. ^ • • • • ,, • • • Bom Nov:^7,l902. in Mobile, Ala., she was a homemaker. She was a former dancer with the ZiegfricdFoUies. She is survived by one son, Bleyer Clapp of Las Vegas. Services were private. Palm Mortuary handled arrangements. •B!iaMA'iB\^KMi7J&A-;ai!aa.j^',^ a^ shown a card with an annual income figure on it, and will be asked to say only if their income is above or below that figure. No names or other personal information will be asked for nor will participants be identified, the spokesman said. The city encourages those citizens contacted to assist For more infonnation call Skeet Fitzgerald at 565-2047. ^ DENTURES Handaafted Custom Made DR. STANLEY J0NESJ}DS ^ ATTENTION! FATHER & SON TEAM 50 YEARS EXPERIENCE AQ DENTURE SERVICES Refines ^69^ • Repairs FULLU/L DENTURES NoNtfurilTMlh kivolvwl SIMPLE EXTRACTIONS 2SE*. With New Dentur* OUR HIGHEST QUAUTY DENTURES Only '595 349 W. Lake Mead Drive (corner of Bask Rd. Lake Mead Dr.) Henderson, 105 South to l^ke Mead 5 65-6000 TRANSMISSION SERVICE SPECIAL $19 •Chang* fluid Clean pan Replace pan gasket Change trans-filter Adjust bands & linkage Road test (Overdrive. From Wheal^riva. 4x4. 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SOUTHUIEST ens SPORTS Wolves trounced by Cavaliers 41-20 McHatton, Montano, Butler suffer injuries By Mike Livingston ATeH-s Staff Writer GARDENA. Calif. —The Basic High School Wolves learned what it was lilce to play football in California. It wasn't very pretty. The Serra High Cavaliers put on a clinic for the Wolves in Friday's 41-20 non-conference loss at Damar Harper Memorial Stadium. The Wolves' defense gave up just two pass completions, but one was a 61-yarder from Eugene Davis to Rashaan Shehec for the game's first score. Basic's special teams accounted for its first two scores. The first came afterthc Wolves (2-2) forced Serra into a punting situation. Richie Montano broke through the line and blocked Sandro Gamez's kick. Basic recovered the ball on the the Cavaliers 11yard line. On the first play from scrimmage, Jeff Butler ran it around end for the touchdown. The second score came when Serra's Rory Aquilera ftjmbled a kickoff and the Wolves' Mike Hughes recovered at the Cavaliers' 37-yard line. Basic quarterback Danny McHatton completed a 26-yard pass to Montano and Jeremy Richter scored on a 9yard run to put the Wolves on top 13-7 with 1:52 left in the first quarter. "We got some breaks early," "We got some breaks early. With the blocked punt and fumble recovery I thought we were going ta be in good shape. But we weren't consistent." Rich Whitehead Basic Head Coach Basic Head Coach Rich Whitehead said. "With the blocked punt and fumble recovery I thought we were going to be in good shape. But we weren't consistent." Scrra's quickness and physical play look over in the second quarter as the Cavaliers scored 21 points within three minutes. The first score came on an 8-yard run by R. B. Bonner after a faked field goal. Three plays after recovering a Basic fumble, the Cavaliers' Chauncy McQain scored from the 5. Five seconds later, Shehee intercepted an Erik Oliver pass and returned it 15 yards for a score. Oliver replaced McHatton, who left the game in the second quarter ^ith an irtjury. See Wolves, Page 6 OLIVER'STWIST—Erik Oliver, who replacedinjuredWolves quarterback Danny McHatton, throws a pass in the second quarter of Basic's 41-20 loss to Serra High School of Gardena, Calif., Friday. Oliver finished8-of-21 passing for lOOyards, but threw two interceptions. Photo by Aaron Maycs Prep round-up Wolves win at Indian Springs By Sal DeFilippo News Sports Editor The Basic High School boys cross country team placed five runners in the lop seven places Saturday to defeat nine other area schools in the Indian Springs Invitational at Indian Springs High School Saturday. The Wolves were led by Jamie McGeahy, who set a course record in the 5,(XX)-mctcr race by finishing in 16 minutes, 33 seconds. Eric Davis was third. Mike Yeomans fourth, Vincc D'Angelo sixth and Ryan Evans seventh for Basic. James Riddle (18th) and Jason Martinez (22nd) also ran for the Wolves. The girls team was second in a nine-team field and was led by Becky Pulco's third-place finish. Tanya Mason (7th), Brandy Hosbrock (12th), Laura Briggs (16lh). Kori Downer (20th) and Cheyenne Corrcia (30th) competed for the Lady Wolves. The girls ran without Lisa Hardwick, normally the Lady Wolves' No. 2 runner. "Our kids ran well, the boys in panicular," cross country coach Larry Burgess said. "We always run well in that meet and the kids take pride in that. Our boys, girls and JV teams have all won that meet in the past and we have dominated for eight-to-10 yeare. Not having Lisa hurt the girls team a little." The juniorvarsity team won the boys competition behind Doug Oxford, Chad Norton and Robert Briggs, who placed fourth through si xth, respectively. Chris Forrester was eighth and Mason Turner was 13th for the JV. "We've reached that point in the season where our kids start coming on," Burgess said. "It's BOMBS AWAY—Basic junior varsity quarterback Jeremy Brandon completes over a Valley High defender in leading his team to a 42-22 victory over the Vikings. The win increased the Wolves' record to 3-0. Photo by Terry Carter Basic struggles early, ralliesi to defeat Rancho NiiiiKfeRfii Today: Cirls VolleybaU—Valley at Udy Wolves. 5 pjn..; JV 4 • ,. pjn.; B team 3 p.m. — By Mike Livingston ^eH'5 Staff Writer It looked like the Lady Wolves were going to start right where they left off against Green Valley in a match on Sept. 24. Basic looked lackadaisical in its first match against the Rancho High Lady Rams, losing 15-8. The Lady Wolves then came back to post lS-2 and 15-11 victories in the Southern AAA Conference, Sunrise Division volleyball match. Basic upped its league record to 2-1, overall 4-2. "They looked awful in the first game," Basic Head Coach C. J. Curry said. "They came in looking like they did in the match at Green Valley. I thought our season was over." It didn't take long for the Lady Wolves to regroup and find the aggressive style that they opened the year with. Candie Dirk had 10 kills and 12 service points and Regina Kilar compiled seven blocks and four kills. Karey Stumbaugh put in a solid perforhiance with 13 service points and 15 assists to lead the team. "Everybody was working in the second game," Curry said. "The excitement was back and we had several girls hitting the ball well. This was the match we needed because we had never beaten Rancho before." The Lady Wolves arc at home tonight against league rival Valley Lady Vikings. Stan time will be 5 p.m. for varsity, 4 p.m. for junior varsity and the B team at 3 p.m. Boys tennis—Western at Wolves. 3 p.m. Boys soccer—Cheyenne at Wolves, 3 p.m.; JV 4:30 p.m. Girls Golf—L^y Wolves vs. Valley at Sahara-Nevada, 3 p.m. Wednesday: Boys football—Wolves at aaparral, B team4:30 p.m. Girls tennis—Western at l^dy Wolves, 3 p.m. Thursday: Boys tennis—Bonanza at Wolves, 3 p.m. r> Boys soccer—Wolves at Eldorado, 3 p.m.; JV 4:30 p.m. Boys football—Wolves at Chaparral, JV 4:30 p.m. our first invitational other than the Las Vegas Invitiational at the beginning of the season and we always point toward this meet to get going." Basic's boys cross country team defeated Lake Havasu 19-36 in a home meet Thursday. The Wolves, who arc 5-1 in six dual or triangular meets, held the top three places in the2.5-mile]?ce, led by McGcahy's winning time of 13:20. The girls team lost 21-37 and was led by Puleo's second-place finish in 17:46. It was the first loss in .six dual and triangular meets for the Lady Wolves. Basic will participate in a threeteam mcclThursday at Western at 4:30p.m. and will entermnnersin See Preps, Page 6 Lady golfers plan meeting Friday : varsity football—Wolves at Chaparral. 4:30 p.m. Saturday: NO events scheduled. Sunday : NO events scheduled Monday: "Cirls tennis-Bonanza at Lady Wolves, 3 pjn. Members of the Black Mountain Ladies Association and their guests will gather at Nick's SupperQub at 12:30p.m. Wednesday for their monthly luncheon and business meeting. f*receding the luncheon, a round of golf will be played, commencing at 8 am. with a "shotgun start." The group's September meeting was held at Nick'sSept. 4, and was led by new president Ruth Brammer. Secretary Mary Ann Taylor was in charge of the Summer Ringer Tournament and announced the winners. Winners for low gross .scores were Faye Crunk (73), Chrys Coolcy (76) and Raili Knockc (77). Net winners were Taylor (51), Maryvem Bannett (53) and a third-place tie between Judy Butler and Michele Barquist with 54. iQR^WALDEFtctlVE*

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Page 4 Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Tuesday, October 1,1991 Tuesday, October 1,1991 Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Page 5 STORYTELLING—Bob Dodge, an English professor at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, tells a story at the James I. Gibson Public Library Saturday during "Storytelling: A Celebration of the Desert" sponsored by the Nevada Humanities Committee, Clark County School Librarians Association, Henderson District Public Library, UNLV English Department, Far West Popular Cultural Association and the Friends of the Henderson District Public Library. Other storytellers included Joe Hayes, Katy Rydell and Diane Wolkstein. Photo bj Aaron Maycs Sunshine Rebekah to receive special guest Emily MillerofParadise Valley, President of the Rebekah Assembly of Nevada, Independent Order of Odd Fellows, will make her official visit to Sunshine Rebekah Lodge No. 41,1.O.O.F.. Henderson, today. On Wednesday night, she will visit Oasis R.L. No. 31, in Las Vegas. Christine Morehead of Sunshine will serve the Assembly as Odd Fellow flag bearer. The mountain bluebinl is her emblem, and the white rose her flower. Her colors are Nevada blue and white. The president's projects are the U.N. Pilgrimage and scholarships. Hcraims are "tokecpourbeautiful Order strong,and our older members more active and happy." She was one of three children bom to Delflna and John Zatica in Oregon Canyon, Ore., on March 8,1927. She was educated in Oregon Canyon and Jordan VaUey, Ore., and graduated from Humboldt Countylligh School in Nevadain 1944.OnDec.25.1944, she manied Ernest R. Miller, an OddFellowsince I943.Theyhavc two daughters, both Rebekahs, Frankie ZabolaofParadi.se Valley, and Mary Ann Boner of Reno. They have four grandchildren. Miller joined Naomi Rebekah Lodge No. 6. I.O.O.F. in May 1946. She has held all of the offices, and has been treasurer for the last 17 years. She also belongs to Winnemucca Basque Qub, the Senior Center, AARP and St. Alfonsus Catholic Church. She also is relief Postmaster in Paradise Valley. "Since I'm a real handyman, I help my husband with the upkeep of the lodge hall, the cemetery and two churches!" Miller said. Environment fact The State Energy Office of the Governor's Office of Community ^ Services provides an energy and recycling fact: There are more drops of oil from vehicles and do-it-yourself oil changers than is spilled in tanker accidents. Rather than dump it into thcenvironment. check the telephone book for recyclers that buy back waste oil. For infonmation on energy topics or on how to find a recycling center nearby, contact the GOCS rt' Valley View neighborhood survey to be conducted The city of Henderson, Department of Economic Development, requests the assistance of the residents of the Valley View neighborhood. A brief confidential survey will be conducted by the University of Nevada Las Vegas (UNLV) Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, a spokesman said. UNLV business students, wearing UNLV shirts, will be conducting a city-prepared survey which wiU aid the city in its application for Community Development Block Grant-funded projects in the Valley View neighboriiood. The very short survey will ask only two questions about family size and approximate family income. Each household will be ABWA seel(S members The Desert Dawn Chapter of the American Business Women's Association will hold a membership drive at 6:30 p.m., OcL 8 at JC Qubhouse. 425 Van Wagenen. According to President Nona Ferryman, the campaign theme is "Open the Doorsof Opportunity," and wiU focus on personal and professional growth opportunities for businesswomen. The mission of the American Business Women's Association is to bring together businesswomen of diverse backgrounds and to provide opportunities for them to help themselves and others grow personaUy and professionally through leadership, education, networking support and national recognition. For more ABWA information call Barbara Amdt at 564-2252. Obituaries Burnise 0. IVIcGuire Burnise 0. McGuirc, 79, died Wednesday in a local convalescent hospital. Bom Feb. 3, 1912,inSumner, ni.. he was a retired pipeline engineer. Services were held. Palm Mortuary handled arrangements. Gladys IMulbey Clapp Gladys Mulbey Oapp. 88, a four-year resident, died Wednesday in a local convalescent hospital. ^ • • • • ,, • • • Bom Nov:^7,l902. in Mobile, Ala., she was a homemaker. She was a former dancer with the ZiegfricdFoUies. She is survived by one son, Bleyer Clapp of Las Vegas. Services were private. Palm Mortuary handled arrangements. •B!iaMA'iB\^KMi7J&A-;ai!aa.j^',^ a^ shown a card with an annual income figure on it, and will be asked to say only if their income is above or below that figure. No names or other personal information will be asked for nor will participants be identified, the spokesman said. The city encourages those citizens contacted to assist For more infonnation call Skeet Fitzgerald at 565-2047. ^ DENTURES Handaafted Custom Made DR. STANLEY J0NESJ}DS ^ ATTENTION! FATHER & SON TEAM 50 YEARS EXPERIENCE AQ DENTURE SERVICES Refines ^69^ • Repairs FULLU/L DENTURES NoNtfurilTMlh kivolvwl SIMPLE EXTRACTIONS 2SE*. With New Dentur* OUR HIGHEST QUAUTY DENTURES Only '595 349 W. Lake Mead Drive (corner of Bask Rd. Lake Mead Dr.) Henderson, 105 South to l^ke Mead 5 65-6000 TRANSMISSION SERVICE SPECIAL $19 •Chang* fluid Clean pan Replace pan gasket Change trans-filter Adjust bands & linkage Road test (Overdrive. From Wheal^riva. 4x4. 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SOUTHUIEST ens SPORTS Wolves trounced by Cavaliers 41-20 McHatton, Montano, Butler suffer injuries By Mike Livingston ATeH-s Staff Writer GARDENA. Calif. —The Basic High School Wolves learned what it was lilce to play football in California. It wasn't very pretty. The Serra High Cavaliers put on a clinic for the Wolves in Friday's 41-20 non-conference loss at Damar Harper Memorial Stadium. The Wolves' defense gave up just two pass completions, but one was a 61-yarder from Eugene Davis to Rashaan Shehec for the game's first score. Basic's special teams accounted for its first two scores. The first came afterthc Wolves (2-2) forced Serra into a punting situation. Richie Montano broke through the line and blocked Sandro Gamez's kick. Basic recovered the ball on the the Cavaliers 11yard line. On the first play from scrimmage, Jeff Butler ran it around end for the touchdown. The second score came when Serra's Rory Aquilera ftjmbled a kickoff and the Wolves' Mike Hughes recovered at the Cavaliers' 37-yard line. Basic quarterback Danny McHatton completed a 26-yard pass to Montano and Jeremy Richter scored on a 9yard run to put the Wolves on top 13-7 with 1:52 left in the first quarter. "We got some breaks early," "We got some breaks early. With the blocked punt and fumble recovery I thought we were going ta be in good shape. But we weren't consistent." Rich Whitehead Basic Head Coach Basic Head Coach Rich Whitehead said. "With the blocked punt and fumble recovery I thought we were going to be in good shape. But we weren't consistent." Scrra's quickness and physical play look over in the second quarter as the Cavaliers scored 21 points within three minutes. The first score came on an 8-yard run by R. B. Bonner after a faked field goal. Three plays after recovering a Basic fumble, the Cavaliers' Chauncy McQain scored from the 5. Five seconds later, Shehee intercepted an Erik Oliver pass and returned it 15 yards for a score. Oliver replaced McHatton, who left the game in the second quarter ^ith an irtjury. See Wolves, Page 6 OLIVER'STWIST—Erik Oliver, who replacedinjuredWolves quarterback Danny McHatton, throws a pass in the second quarter of Basic's 41-20 loss to Serra High School of Gardena, Calif., Friday. Oliver finished8-of-21 passing for lOOyards, but threw two interceptions. Photo by Aaron Maycs Prep round-up Wolves win at Indian Springs By Sal DeFilippo News Sports Editor The Basic High School boys cross country team placed five runners in the lop seven places Saturday to defeat nine other area schools in the Indian Springs Invitational at Indian Springs High School Saturday. The Wolves were led by Jamie McGeahy, who set a course record in the 5,(XX)-mctcr race by finishing in 16 minutes, 33 seconds. Eric Davis was third. Mike Yeomans fourth, Vincc D'Angelo sixth and Ryan Evans seventh for Basic. James Riddle (18th) and Jason Martinez (22nd) also ran for the Wolves. The girls team was second in a nine-team field and was led by Becky Pulco's third-place finish. Tanya Mason (7th), Brandy Hosbrock (12th), Laura Briggs (16lh). Kori Downer (20th) and Cheyenne Corrcia (30th) competed for the Lady Wolves. The girls ran without Lisa Hardwick, normally the Lady Wolves' No. 2 runner. "Our kids ran well, the boys in panicular," cross country coach Larry Burgess said. "We always run well in that meet and the kids take pride in that. Our boys, girls and JV teams have all won that meet in the past and we have dominated for eight-to-10 yeare. Not having Lisa hurt the girls team a little." The juniorvarsity team won the boys competition behind Doug Oxford, Chad Norton and Robert Briggs, who placed fourth through si xth, respectively. Chris Forrester was eighth and Mason Turner was 13th for the JV. "We've reached that point in the season where our kids start coming on," Burgess said. "It's BOMBS AWAY—Basic junior varsity quarterback Jeremy Brandon completes over a Valley High defender in leading his team to a 42-22 victory over the Vikings. The win increased the Wolves' record to 3-0. Photo by Terry Carter Basic struggles early, ralliesi to defeat Rancho NiiiiKfeRfii Today: Cirls VolleybaU—Valley at Udy Wolves. 5 pjn..; JV 4 • ,. pjn.; B team 3 p.m. — By Mike Livingston ^eH'5 Staff Writer It looked like the Lady Wolves were going to start right where they left off against Green Valley in a match on Sept. 24. Basic looked lackadaisical in its first match against the Rancho High Lady Rams, losing 15-8. The Lady Wolves then came back to post lS-2 and 15-11 victories in the Southern AAA Conference, Sunrise Division volleyball match. Basic upped its league record to 2-1, overall 4-2. "They looked awful in the first game," Basic Head Coach C. J. Curry said. "They came in looking like they did in the match at Green Valley. I thought our season was over." It didn't take long for the Lady Wolves to regroup and find the aggressive style that they opened the year with. Candie Dirk had 10 kills and 12 service points and Regina Kilar compiled seven blocks and four kills. Karey Stumbaugh put in a solid perforhiance with 13 service points and 15 assists to lead the team. "Everybody was working in the second game," Curry said. "The excitement was back and we had several girls hitting the ball well. This was the match we needed because we had never beaten Rancho before." The Lady Wolves arc at home tonight against league rival Valley Lady Vikings. Stan time will be 5 p.m. for varsity, 4 p.m. for junior varsity and the B team at 3 p.m. Boys tennis—Western at Wolves. 3 p.m. Boys soccer—Cheyenne at Wolves, 3 p.m.; JV 4:30 p.m. Girls Golf—L^y Wolves vs. Valley at Sahara-Nevada, 3 p.m. Wednesday: Boys football—Wolves at aaparral, B team4:30 p.m. Girls tennis—Western at l^dy Wolves, 3 p.m. Thursday: Boys tennis—Bonanza at Wolves, 3 p.m. r> Boys soccer—Wolves at Eldorado, 3 p.m.; JV 4:30 p.m. Boys football—Wolves at Chaparral, JV 4:30 p.m. our first invitational other than the Las Vegas Invitiational at the beginning of the season and we always point toward this meet to get going." Basic's boys cross country team defeated Lake Havasu 19-36 in a home meet Thursday. The Wolves, who arc 5-1 in six dual or triangular meets, held the top three places in the2.5-mile]?ce, led by McGcahy's winning time of 13:20. The girls team lost 21-37 and was led by Puleo's second-place finish in 17:46. It was the first loss in .six dual and triangular meets for the Lady Wolves. Basic will participate in a threeteam mcclThursday at Western at 4:30p.m. and will entermnnersin See Preps, Page 6 Lady golfers plan meeting Friday : varsity football—Wolves at Chaparral. 4:30 p.m. Saturday: NO events scheduled. Sunday : NO events scheduled Monday: "Cirls tennis-Bonanza at Lady Wolves, 3 pjn. Members of the Black Mountain Ladies Association and their guests will gather at Nick's SupperQub at 12:30p.m. Wednesday for their monthly luncheon and business meeting. f*receding the luncheon, a round of golf will be played, commencing at 8 am. with a "shotgun start." The group's September meeting was held at Nick'sSept. 4, and was led by new president Ruth Brammer. Secretary Mary Ann Taylor was in charge of the Summer Ringer Tournament and announced the winners. Winners for low gross .scores were Faye Crunk (73), Chrys Coolcy (76) and Raili Knockc (77). Net winners were Taylor (51), Maryvem Bannett (53) and a third-place tie between Judy Butler and Michele Barquist with 54. iQR^WALDEFtctlVE*

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VTW^MV~ • I I Mn u^m^^^ ^mm Page 6 Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Tu esday, October 1,1991 Basic alumni souglit Tuesday, October 1,1991 Basic High School will hold its annual Super Star Rally competition between students, teachers and alumni, following the B Football game Wednesday, Oct. 9. Basic High alumni wishing to participate in this year's Super Star Rally are encouraged to contact Student Body President Robin Rogers at 799-8000. Basic High is scheduled to celebrate its homecoming next week with activities planned for Monday through Saturday's Homecoming game against the Valley High Vikings. ^appines^is^ OOOD^HOSE JOB! .NEVADA HOUSE OF HOSE, SAME STORE SAI\AE OWNERS ^Jr NEVADA HOUSE OF HOSE V^ NEVADA HOUSE OF HOSE & HOUSE OF HOSE 2912 S. Highland Suite A Las Vegas • 731-3136 SHADOW SAVE — Basic goalie Steve Boutin makes a diving safe at the comer goalpost Thursday in a 2-2 soccer match with favored Valley. The ball's shadow is visible at the bottom of the photograph as Boutin blocks it out of play. Pholo by Terry Carter Wolves from Page 5 "They were a lot like what we expected," Whitehead said. "They were very physical and very fast. We hurt ourselves early in the game with that interception and fumble. We aren't quite physical enough yet" The Wolves' final score came at 7:35 in the fourth quarter. Basic went 80 yards and the drive was capped by a 9-yard pass from Oliver to Qeo McDaniel. "I'm a little disappointed about the game," Whitehead said. We have to quit giving up the easy score." The Wolves open Sunrise League play Friday when they travel to Chaparral to face the Cowboys at 4:30 p.m. Varsity Summary Bade 13 0 0 7 — 20 Seixa 7 21 013-^1 Set —Shehee 61 pass from Davis (Gamez kick) Bas—Butler 11 nin (Hogg kick) Bas—Richtcr9pass from McHatton (kick failed) Ser-^onner 8 run (Gamez kick) Ser-^cClain 5 run (Gamez kick) Ser—Shehee 15 interception return (Gamez kick) Ser—Williams 23 run (Gamez kick) Bas—McDaniel9pass from Oliver (Hogg kick) Ser—Williams 29 run (kick failed) Bas Ser First downs 17 7 Rushes-yds 23-109 43-164 Passing yards Comp-Att-Int Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards 150 12-31-2 3-30.2 4-2 3-15 105 2-6-1 1-57.0 4-1 7-78 Individual Statistics Rushing—Basic: Butler 12-75, Richter 8-33, McHatton 1-4, Montano l-(-3), Oliver 2-(-l) Serra: Aquilera 9-22, McClain5-20,Wlliams 10-81. Wyau4' 18. Shehee 8-52. Bonner 1-8, Davis 6-(4).Kodual-4 Passing—Bask: McHatton 4-10-50-0, Oliver8-21-100-2.S€rra:Davis2-6-1051 Receiving—Basic: Montano 2-35, Richter 2-32. Cahill 4-63, Taylor 1-12, McDaniel 1 -9. Serra: Shehee 2-105. Correction Basic quarterback Danny McHatton's name was inadvertently misspelled in Thursday'seditionofthe//ome News. We regret the error and apologize for any inconvenience it may have caused. ^sUntlve Rights, Immunities, Benefits, Protections, etc. due me as a natural born Citizen of one of theflfty Stotes comeforthtoproveyour claim/ Jurisdiction or forever hold your peace; so I may retain tliese qualities of Citizenship under my Creator and Country witlkMit Interference to the above mentioned inalienable and common law rights. IN WFFNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto signed my name thU lOth day of September, 1991. It/ Patrick B. Kerby (Acct-207) "without prejudice" Signed and Acknowledge In the Presence of: STATE OF Nevada) ) SS: COUNTY Clark ) Before me,a NoUry Public Inandfor said County sandSUte, personally appeared the above-named Patrick B. Kerby who acknowledged that he/she did sign the foregoing Instrument and that same is free and a volunUry act and deed. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and offlctol seal at Claric, Nevada, this 10 day of Sept. 1991. (SEAL) NOTARY PUBLIC STATE OF NEVADA County of CUrk GROVER J. KNIGHT NoUry My Appointment Expires Nov. 5th, 1994 H—Sept.24,Oct.l,8,199L DISTRICT COURT CLARK COUNTY, NEVADA NEYD.APUKA, nalntm, JEAN CARLYLE G. APURA, Defendant Case No. DI43310 DepL No. XIO Docket No. 0 SUMMQIffi NOTICE! YOU HAVE BEEN SUED. THE COURT MAY DECIDE AGAINST YOU WITHOUT YOUR BEING HEARD UNLESS YOU RESPOND WITHIN 20 DAYS. READ THE INFORMATION BELOW. TO THE DEFENDANT: A dvilComplaInt has been filed by the plaintiff againat you for the relief set forth in the CompUint. THIS IS AN ACTION FOR DIVORCE 1. If you intend to defend this lawsuit, within 20 days after thb Summons is served on you cxduslve of the day of service, you must do the foltovring: a. File vrith the Clerk of this Court, whoae address la shown bdow, a formal written response to theComplalnt in accordance with the rules of the Court b. Serve a copy of your response upon the attorney whose name and address b shown below. 2. Unless you respond, your default will be entered upon application of the ptointiff and thb Court may enter a Judgment againat you for the relief demanded in the Complaint, which could result In the Uklng of money or property or other relief requested in the Comptoint 3. If you intend to seek the advk;e of an attorney hi thb matter, you should do so promptly so that your response may be flied on time. Issued by direction of: (s) EDWARD WEINSTEIN, ESQ. Attorney for PlainUff Nevada Bar 1946 2305 Las Vegas Blvd., S. Las Vegas, NV 89104 LORETTA BOWMAN, CLERK OF COURT By: Cecllto Hill Deputy Clerk County Courthouse 200 South Third Street Las Vesaa, Nevada 89155 DISTRICT COURT SEAL Sept 17,1991 H—Oct 1,8,15,22,1991 DISTRICT COURT CLARK COUNTY, NEVADA MARIA LUISA MAGLALANG GARCIA, Flalnilfr, ROMMEL CAPULONG GARCLi Defendant Caae No. DI43093 Dept No. XIV Docket No. T SIiMMQ£I& NOTICE! YOU HAVE BEEN SUED. THE COURT MAY DECIDE AGAINST YOU WITHOUT YOUR BEING HEARD UNLESS YOU RESPOND WFTHIN 20 DAYS. READ THE INFORMATION BELOW. TO THE DEFENDANT: A civil Complainthas been filed by the pteintiff against you FOR THE RELIEF SET FORTH IN THE COMPLAINT. THIS IS AN ACTION FOR DIVORCE 1. If you Intend to defend thb towsuit, within 20 days after thb Summons is served on you exdusive of the day of service, you must do tlic following: a. Flic with the Clerk of thb Court, whose address b sliown below, a formal written response to die Complaint hi accordance with the rules of the Court b. Serve a copy of your response upon the attorney whose name and address b shown below. 2. Unless you respond, your default will be entered upon application of the plaintiff and thb Court may enter a Judgment against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint which could result in the Uklng of money or property or other relief requested in the Complaint 3. Ifyou Intend toseck the advice of an attorney in thb matter, you should do so promptly so that your response may be flied on time. Issued at diredlon of: (s) EDWARD WEINCTEIN, ESQ. Attorney for Plaintiff Nevada Bar #1946 2305 Las Vegas Blvd., S. Us Vegas, NV 89104^ LORETTA BOWMAN, CLERK OF COURT By: Dolores Embleton Sept II, I99I Deputy Clerk County Courthouse 200 South Third Street Las Vegas, Nevada 89155 DISTRICT COURT SEAL H—Oct. 1,8,15,22,1991 LEGAL NOTICE VACATION OF RIGHT-OF-WAY PORTION OF MARKS STREET NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a peUtion has been Hied with the Clerk of the Council of the City of Henderson, Nevada reque sting the vacation of a portion of Marks Street THE PETrnONER, EA. COLLINS, has requested this vacathm because thb right-of-way Is no longer required for access. A PUBLIC HEARING on the said vacation will be held on Tuesday, October 15,1991, at the hour of 7:00 P M., or as soon thereafter as practicable. In the Council Chamber at City Hall, 240 WaterStreet in theClty of Henderson, County of Ctork, Nevada. IF, UPON SUCH HEARING, the City Council of said City of Henderson be satisfied that the public will not be materially Injured by such proposed vacation, the above-described right-of-way will be vacated. THIS NOTICE b given pursuant to an order made by the City Council of the City of Henderson, Nevada, at a Regular Meeting, held May 14, 1991. DATED this 24th day of September, 1991 and PUBLISHED IN THE HENDERSON HOME NEWS October 1, 1991. (s) DOROTHY A. VONDENBRINK CMC, CITY CLERK '^sOw' 6.A. COLLINS •v VACATION MftUlIT VAC (111 XV -^ H—Oct 1,1991 DISTRICT COURT CLARK COUNTY, NEVADA FRANK HARMON, GJS, KANWAL and KATHY HORWrrz, Trustee, Ptaintifh, vs. GOLDEN ROD MINE, LTD, a Nevada Umlted Partnership; GOLDENROD MINE, INC. a Nevada corporation; GOLDEN ROD MINING CORPORATION, a Nevada corporaUon; RESOURCE TECHNOLOGY, INC, a corpomtkm; DOES I through X; and ROE CORPORATIONS I THROUGH X, #• Defendants, CASE NO. A274652 DEPT. NO. XIII DOCKET NO. G AMENDED SUMMONS NOTICE! YOU HAVE BEEN SUED. THE COURT MAY DECIDE AGAINST YOU WrfHOUT YOUR BEING HEARD UNLESS YOU RESPOND WITHIN 20 DAYS. READ THE INFORMATION BELOW. TO THE DEFENDANT: A cIvU CompUint has been flled by the plaintiff against you for the relief set forth In the Complaint Thb b an action for foreclosure of certain property Interest based upon six patented mining claims, to quiet title and for other relief. 1. Ifyou Intend todefend thb lawsuit, within 20 days after thb Summons is served on you excluaive of the day of service, you must do the following: a. Flle with the Clerk of thb Court whose address is shown below, a runnal written response to the Complaint In accordance with the rules of the Court b. Serve a copy of your response upon the attorney whose name and address b Aown below. 2. Unless you respond, your default will be entered upon application of the ptaintiff and this Court may enter a Judgment against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint, which could result In the Uklng of money or property or other relief requested In the Complaint. 3. Ifyou Intend to seek the advice of an attorney in thia matter, you should do ao promptly so that your response may be nied on time. Issued at direction of: EDWARD G. MARSHALL Attorney for PlaintNTs LORETTA BOWMAN, 324 So. Third Street 2 CLERK OF COURT Lu Vegas, Nevada 89101 By: MARGO CROOKS DEPirrV CLERK Date: JUNE OB 1989 County CowUMNiae 200 South Third Street Las Vcgaa, Nevada S9155 H-Oct.l,8,lS,22,29,1991 Notice b hereby given that I, Walker Towing Inc., 561 N.Parkson Road, Henderson, N V, will sell bekiw menliunvd vehicles to satisfy mechanic and storage liens: 1982 BMW WnADK8303C79<3O36 Kansas Plate Registered: CCV068 Richard Owens 17 Compton Ct. Prairie Village, KS 66208 Honda CT70122830 Registered & Legal: Unknown 1985 Honda AI''0619PS1299I3 Registered & Legal: Unknown Kit Travel trailer GFHC1S0OS134 Registered & Legal: Unknown 1973 Honda Cr901505190 Rcgbtered 4 Legal: Unknown Auction wiU be held at 10 AM., October 11,1991. We reserve the right to bid. H—Sept 17,24, Oct 1,1991 SJ^A.P. TOWING 1239 N. BOULDER HIGHWAY SU1TE900 HENDERSON, NEVADA 89015 564-1180 The vehicles IMed herdn will be sold at PuMIc Auction on Oct 11,199I at 8:00 a.m. at 123S N. Boulder Hwy., Henderson, Nevada. Vehldes arc soM as b and no warranty or guarantee of any kind b given or fanplied. Snap Tow reserves the right to set minimum bid and/or bid on the following vehicks. Vehldes may be viewed the day before the auction date. YR. 77 74 81 82 81 72 82 MAKE MODEL VINJf Wilderness 24'Trailer 30GO94167SO102 Dodge Van ToyoU Tercd Cadillac Eldorado Chev Monte Carlo Chev Impato Chev Camaro H—Sept. 24, Oct 1,8,1991 R/d&orL/O OPENING BID UNKNOWN $1411.90 DlLiE4V052862 UNKNOWN 31000 JT2AL22G5B33II984 UNKNOWN 531 00 1G
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VTW^MV~ • I I Mn u^m^^^ ^mm Page 6 Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Tu esday, October 1,1991 Basic alumni souglit Tuesday, October 1,1991 Basic High School will hold its annual Super Star Rally competition between students, teachers and alumni, following the B Football game Wednesday, Oct. 9. Basic High alumni wishing to participate in this year's Super Star Rally are encouraged to contact Student Body President Robin Rogers at 799-8000. Basic High is scheduled to celebrate its homecoming next week with activities planned for Monday through Saturday's Homecoming game against the Valley High Vikings. ^appines^is^ OOOD^HOSE JOB! .NEVADA HOUSE OF HOSE, SAME STORE SAI\AE OWNERS ^Jr NEVADA HOUSE OF HOSE V^ NEVADA HOUSE OF HOSE & HOUSE OF HOSE 2912 S. Highland Suite A Las Vegas • 731-3136 SHADOW SAVE — Basic goalie Steve Boutin makes a diving safe at the comer goalpost Thursday in a 2-2 soccer match with favored Valley. The ball's shadow is visible at the bottom of the photograph as Boutin blocks it out of play. Pholo by Terry Carter Wolves from Page 5 "They were a lot like what we expected," Whitehead said. "They were very physical and very fast. We hurt ourselves early in the game with that interception and fumble. We aren't quite physical enough yet" The Wolves' final score came at 7:35 in the fourth quarter. Basic went 80 yards and the drive was capped by a 9-yard pass from Oliver to Qeo McDaniel. "I'm a little disappointed about the game," Whitehead said. We have to quit giving up the easy score." The Wolves open Sunrise League play Friday when they travel to Chaparral to face the Cowboys at 4:30 p.m. Varsity Summary Bade 13 0 0 7 — 20 Seixa 7 21 013-^1 Set —Shehee 61 pass from Davis (Gamez kick) Bas—Butler 11 nin (Hogg kick) Bas—Richtcr9pass from McHatton (kick failed) Ser-^onner 8 run (Gamez kick) Ser-^cClain 5 run (Gamez kick) Ser—Shehee 15 interception return (Gamez kick) Ser—Williams 23 run (Gamez kick) Bas—McDaniel9pass from Oliver (Hogg kick) Ser—Williams 29 run (kick failed) Bas Ser First downs 17 7 Rushes-yds 23-109 43-164 Passing yards Comp-Att-Int Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards 150 12-31-2 3-30.2 4-2 3-15 105 2-6-1 1-57.0 4-1 7-78 Individual Statistics Rushing—Basic: Butler 12-75, Richter 8-33, McHatton 1-4, Montano l-(-3), Oliver 2-(-l) Serra: Aquilera 9-22, McClain5-20,Wlliams 10-81. Wyau4' 18. Shehee 8-52. Bonner 1-8, Davis 6-(4).Kodual-4 Passing—Bask: McHatton 4-10-50-0, Oliver8-21-100-2.S€rra:Davis2-6-1051 Receiving—Basic: Montano 2-35, Richter 2-32. Cahill 4-63, Taylor 1-12, McDaniel 1 -9. Serra: Shehee 2-105. Correction Basic quarterback Danny McHatton's name was inadvertently misspelled in Thursday'seditionofthe//ome News. We regret the error and apologize for any inconvenience it may have caused. ^sUntlve Rights, Immunities, Benefits, Protections, etc. due me as a natural born Citizen of one of theflfty Stotes comeforthtoproveyour claim/ Jurisdiction or forever hold your peace; so I may retain tliese qualities of Citizenship under my Creator and Country witlkMit Interference to the above mentioned inalienable and common law rights. IN WFFNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto signed my name thU lOth day of September, 1991. It/ Patrick B. Kerby (Acct-207) "without prejudice" Signed and Acknowledge In the Presence of: STATE OF Nevada) ) SS: COUNTY Clark ) Before me,a NoUry Public Inandfor said County sandSUte, personally appeared the above-named Patrick B. Kerby who acknowledged that he/she did sign the foregoing Instrument and that same is free and a volunUry act and deed. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and offlctol seal at Claric, Nevada, this 10 day of Sept. 1991. (SEAL) NOTARY PUBLIC STATE OF NEVADA County of CUrk GROVER J. KNIGHT NoUry My Appointment Expires Nov. 5th, 1994 H—Sept.24,Oct.l,8,199L DISTRICT COURT CLARK COUNTY, NEVADA NEYD.APUKA, nalntm, JEAN CARLYLE G. APURA, Defendant Case No. DI43310 DepL No. XIO Docket No. 0 SUMMQIffi NOTICE! YOU HAVE BEEN SUED. THE COURT MAY DECIDE AGAINST YOU WITHOUT YOUR BEING HEARD UNLESS YOU RESPOND WITHIN 20 DAYS. READ THE INFORMATION BELOW. TO THE DEFENDANT: A dvilComplaInt has been filed by the plaintiff againat you for the relief set forth in the CompUint. THIS IS AN ACTION FOR DIVORCE 1. If you intend to defend this lawsuit, within 20 days after thb Summons is served on you cxduslve of the day of service, you must do the foltovring: a. File vrith the Clerk of this Court, whoae address la shown bdow, a formal written response to theComplalnt in accordance with the rules of the Court b. Serve a copy of your response upon the attorney whose name and address b shown below. 2. Unless you respond, your default will be entered upon application of the ptointiff and thb Court may enter a Judgment againat you for the relief demanded in the Complaint, which could result In the Uklng of money or property or other relief requested in the Comptoint 3. If you intend to seek the advk;e of an attorney hi thb matter, you should do so promptly so that your response may be flied on time. Issued by direction of: (s) EDWARD WEINSTEIN, ESQ. Attorney for PlainUff Nevada Bar 1946 2305 Las Vegas Blvd., S. Las Vegas, NV 89104 LORETTA BOWMAN, CLERK OF COURT By: Cecllto Hill Deputy Clerk County Courthouse 200 South Third Street Las Vesaa, Nevada 89155 DISTRICT COURT SEAL Sept 17,1991 H—Oct 1,8,15,22,1991 DISTRICT COURT CLARK COUNTY, NEVADA MARIA LUISA MAGLALANG GARCIA, Flalnilfr, ROMMEL CAPULONG GARCLi Defendant Caae No. DI43093 Dept No. XIV Docket No. T SIiMMQ£I& NOTICE! YOU HAVE BEEN SUED. THE COURT MAY DECIDE AGAINST YOU WITHOUT YOUR BEING HEARD UNLESS YOU RESPOND WFTHIN 20 DAYS. READ THE INFORMATION BELOW. TO THE DEFENDANT: A civil Complainthas been filed by the pteintiff against you FOR THE RELIEF SET FORTH IN THE COMPLAINT. THIS IS AN ACTION FOR DIVORCE 1. If you Intend to defend thb towsuit, within 20 days after thb Summons is served on you exdusive of the day of service, you must do tlic following: a. Flic with the Clerk of thb Court, whose address b sliown below, a formal written response to die Complaint hi accordance with the rules of the Court b. Serve a copy of your response upon the attorney whose name and address b shown below. 2. Unless you respond, your default will be entered upon application of the plaintiff and thb Court may enter a Judgment against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint which could result in the Uklng of money or property or other relief requested in the Complaint 3. Ifyou Intend toseck the advice of an attorney in thb matter, you should do so promptly so that your response may be flied on time. Issued at diredlon of: (s) EDWARD WEINCTEIN, ESQ. Attorney for Plaintiff Nevada Bar #1946 2305 Las Vegas Blvd., S. Us Vegas, NV 89104^ LORETTA BOWMAN, CLERK OF COURT By: Dolores Embleton Sept II, I99I Deputy Clerk County Courthouse 200 South Third Street Las Vegas, Nevada 89155 DISTRICT COURT SEAL H—Oct. 1,8,15,22,1991 LEGAL NOTICE VACATION OF RIGHT-OF-WAY PORTION OF MARKS STREET NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a peUtion has been Hied with the Clerk of the Council of the City of Henderson, Nevada reque sting the vacation of a portion of Marks Street THE PETrnONER, EA. COLLINS, has requested this vacathm because thb right-of-way Is no longer required for access. A PUBLIC HEARING on the said vacation will be held on Tuesday, October 15,1991, at the hour of 7:00 P M., or as soon thereafter as practicable. In the Council Chamber at City Hall, 240 WaterStreet in theClty of Henderson, County of Ctork, Nevada. IF, UPON SUCH HEARING, the City Council of said City of Henderson be satisfied that the public will not be materially Injured by such proposed vacation, the above-described right-of-way will be vacated. THIS NOTICE b given pursuant to an order made by the City Council of the City of Henderson, Nevada, at a Regular Meeting, held May 14, 1991. DATED this 24th day of September, 1991 and PUBLISHED IN THE HENDERSON HOME NEWS October 1, 1991. (s) DOROTHY A. VONDENBRINK CMC, CITY CLERK '^sOw' 6.A. COLLINS •v VACATION MftUlIT VAC (111 XV -^ H—Oct 1,1991 DISTRICT COURT CLARK COUNTY, NEVADA FRANK HARMON, GJS, KANWAL and KATHY HORWrrz, Trustee, Ptaintifh, vs. GOLDEN ROD MINE, LTD, a Nevada Umlted Partnership; GOLDENROD MINE, INC. a Nevada corporation; GOLDEN ROD MINING CORPORATION, a Nevada corporaUon; RESOURCE TECHNOLOGY, INC, a corpomtkm; DOES I through X; and ROE CORPORATIONS I THROUGH X, #• Defendants, CASE NO. A274652 DEPT. NO. XIII DOCKET NO. G AMENDED SUMMONS NOTICE! YOU HAVE BEEN SUED. THE COURT MAY DECIDE AGAINST YOU WrfHOUT YOUR BEING HEARD UNLESS YOU RESPOND WITHIN 20 DAYS. READ THE INFORMATION BELOW. TO THE DEFENDANT: A cIvU CompUint has been flled by the plaintiff against you for the relief set forth In the Complaint Thb b an action for foreclosure of certain property Interest based upon six patented mining claims, to quiet title and for other relief. 1. Ifyou Intend todefend thb lawsuit, within 20 days after thb Summons is served on you excluaive of the day of service, you must do the following: a. Flle with the Clerk of thb Court whose address is shown below, a runnal written response to the Complaint In accordance with the rules of the Court b. Serve a copy of your response upon the attorney whose name and address b Aown below. 2. Unless you respond, your default will be entered upon application of the ptaintiff and this Court may enter a Judgment against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint, which could result In the Uklng of money or property or other relief requested In the Complaint. 3. Ifyou Intend to seek the advice of an attorney in thia matter, you should do ao promptly so that your response may be nied on time. Issued at direction of: EDWARD G. MARSHALL Attorney for PlaintNTs LORETTA BOWMAN, 324 So. Third Street 2 CLERK OF COURT Lu Vegas, Nevada 89101 By: MARGO CROOKS DEPirrV CLERK Date: JUNE OB 1989 County CowUMNiae 200 South Third Street Las Vcgaa, Nevada S9155 H-Oct.l,8,lS,22,29,1991 Notice b hereby given that I, Walker Towing Inc., 561 N.Parkson Road, Henderson, N V, will sell bekiw menliunvd vehicles to satisfy mechanic and storage liens: 1982 BMW WnADK8303C79<3O36 Kansas Plate Registered: CCV068 Richard Owens 17 Compton Ct. Prairie Village, KS 66208 Honda CT70122830 Registered & Legal: Unknown 1985 Honda AI''0619PS1299I3 Registered & Legal: Unknown Kit Travel trailer GFHC1S0OS134 Registered & Legal: Unknown 1973 Honda Cr901505190 Rcgbtered 4 Legal: Unknown Auction wiU be held at 10 AM., October 11,1991. We reserve the right to bid. H—Sept 17,24, Oct 1,1991 SJ^A.P. TOWING 1239 N. BOULDER HIGHWAY SU1TE900 HENDERSON, NEVADA 89015 564-1180 The vehicles IMed herdn will be sold at PuMIc Auction on Oct 11,199I at 8:00 a.m. at 123S N. Boulder Hwy., Henderson, Nevada. Vehldes arc soM as b and no warranty or guarantee of any kind b given or fanplied. Snap Tow reserves the right to set minimum bid and/or bid on the following vehicks. Vehldes may be viewed the day before the auction date. YR. 77 74 81 82 81 72 82 MAKE MODEL VINJf Wilderness 24'Trailer 30GO94167SO102 Dodge Van ToyoU Tercd Cadillac Eldorado Chev Monte Carlo Chev Impato Chev Camaro H—Sept. 24, Oct 1,8,1991 R/d&orL/O OPENING BID UNKNOWN $1411.90 DlLiE4V052862 UNKNOWN 31000 JT2AL22G5B33II984 UNKNOWN 531 00 1G
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MHIMIMi Page 8 Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada :^ Tuesday, Octol)€r 1,1991_ Rates Consecutive, 1 week, all publications Boxed Ads 7'E:.':;"1* Up to 3 lines (approx 23 characters per line). 45< each additional line. i Cash Rate Billed Rate 3llnes $5.00 wk *$5.35 4 lines $5.45 wk *$5.80 5 lines $5.90 wk *$6.25 6 lines $6.35 wk *$6.70 7 lines $6.80 wk *$7.15 8 lines $7.25 wk *$7.60 9 lines $7.70 wk *$8.05 10 lines $8.15 wk *$8.50 *Plus postage each time billed after initial billing. Prepayments: Yard, Garage & Moving Sales require Classified Published l\iesdays, Thursdays & Fridays PLEASE READ YOUR AD FOR ERRORS the firstday it appears. H.B.C.PubHc8tion8as8umM no responsibility AFTER THE FIRST INSERTION, nor for errors ndt affeoSng the value of the ad. AR dafms for statement adjustfnents nust be rraKle witNn 12 days after Mplration of ad. Henderscoi Home News Green Valley News #1 Cactus Garden Drive 564-1881 • 435-7700 Hours: Mon. FrI. 8-5 Boulder City News 1227 Arizona Street 293-2302 Hours: Mon. & Tues. 9-5 • Wed.-Fri. 9-4 Deadlines Henderson Home News Tuesday's Issue 4:00 p.m. FRIDAY Henderson Home News Boulder City News Green Valley News Thursday/Friday Issue 12:00 NOON TUESDAY cash in advance. Out-of-town and out-of-state also require prepayment. Tuesday, Octol)er 1,1991 DO YOU RECOGNIZE THE SIGNS? s^^:sats rr • •-£'iaJ'Vt-*i4i*-i Uo\ an signs of discrimination are ttiis obvious. What you may hear Is: *l rented tfiat apartment right after yoij Called.' 'I'll sfKHv you the apartment after I see your green card." 'I don't really want all the changes ...ramp, grab bar...that's too much." Fair housing Is the law. It is Illegal to discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or family status. You can fight housing discrirrination and win If you learn to recognize the subtle signs. When you suspect housing discrimination, call HUD toll-free it 1-800469-9777, TDD 1-800-927-9275. ^ Fair Housing Opens Doors U.S. Oepartmsnl ofHousing and Urban Development Are you ruumng out of time to make over 300,000 sales calls? We can help. We'll publish your classified message in almost evoy newsp^)er in the state of Nevada for just $99 for a 25-word message. Gassified ads for business, personal products or services arc welcome. Just call or visit the Henderson Home News for details. We'll make over 300,000 sales calls for you next week! For only $99. Try us. MBCPublications 435-7700 nv^c^ui WtVAOA CtAmtD AOVtmiMO MtTWOWK TheMmstiasa IMCsi reach! Classified Advertising Offices: Boulder City Henderson Green Valley 293-2302 564-1881 435-7700 CLASSIFIED AD Lll 4 pjn. Friday for Henderson Tuesday issue Noon Tuesday for Henderson Thursday, Boulder City and Green Valley issues GARAGE SALES GARAGE SALES GARAGE SALE furniture, microwaves, TVs, dishes, artwork, misc. Fri/ Sat. 1709 Steamboat Dr. HD/GV 10th ANNUAL PATIO & BAKE SALE HENDERSON PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 601 N. MAJOR SAT.,OCT, 5,8 a.m. to3p.m. HOUSEWARES! FURNITURE! CLOTHING! JEWELRY! MUCH MORE! COFFEE, COLD DRINKS, HOT DOGS RAIN OR SHINE GARAGE SALES FINANCIAL SERVICES DOMESTIC HELP VEHICLES VEHICLES MOVING SALE turn, old Hems, 918 Palo Verde HD. 564-9013 10/4,5,6. YARD SALE another Qood one, shop for Christmas 238 Shoshone Lane HD. Oct. 4 & 5. JOB OPPORTUNITIES HENDERSON JOBS not advertised in newspaper. All types, incomes. 24 hour recording. 1-900288-2245. WE BUY MORTGAGES and TRUST DEEDS. Collecting Monthly Payments? Why Wait? CASH NOW! Any SizeAny State. FAST Professional Sen/ice. Call FREE1-800-659-CASH. Oar Ad lUtB An REASONABLE Call ror dataUi 293-2302 or S64-1881 MOBILE HOMES The American Inter-cultural Student Exchange, a non-profit educational organization, needs responsible, enthusiastic, caring people to screen and supervise high school foreign exchange students and host families. Small supplemental income. Call toll-free 1800-SIBLING,orcallvour State Coordinator Sue, at (702) 747-5820. BECOME A VETERINARY ASSISTANT/ ANIMAL CARE SPECIALIST. HOME STUDY. TURN YOUR LOVE OF ANIMALS INTO AN EXCITING CAREER. FREE FACTFILLED LITERATURE. 1-800-362-7070 DEPT CL714. MOBILE HOME FOR SALE and Ira lot, 2 plus bdrm, den, dininc) room w/hutch, all appliances, RV prkg. view, $99,000. She^l Cobb 293-6036, C entury 21JR Realty. BC FORSALE24x44(1034 sq. ft.) 2 bdrm, 2 bath 1984 Sandlewood with skirting. AC 4.4 ton, $17,500. XIntcond. Must relocate. Under appraised value. Sharon 454-8048 M-F 9-5 only. MOBILE HOME W/LOT in B.C. By owner, upgraded 12 X 60 w/2 tipouts. 2 bdrm. Lots of storage. Must seel Reducing price to newly appraised value of $64,200.1417 Monterey Dr. (Off Buchanan to Coronado Estates) 2930967. BC BECOME A PARALEGAL. JOIN AMERICA'S FASTEST GROWING PROFESSION. WORK WITH ATTORNEYS. LAWYER INSTRUCTED HOME STUDY. THE FINEST PARALEGAL PROGRAM AVAILABLE. FREE CATALOGUE. 1-800-3627070DEPT. LL714. MOBILE HOMES BEST BUY IN BOULDER CITY Under $100,000!!! 3 br and 2 ba mobile home and lot, new carpet, new catjinets, new awnings. See at 1298 Shenandoah. Call 293-1613 days, 293-1598 nights. Licensee. Our loss, your gain at $79,500. • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • n iAMOND • • "^ mobile home stiles AASSIST-U-SELL RESALES: HENDERSON ONLY HENDERSON BUYER'S DREAM HOME • 1990Canyon Crest 2t)drm, 2 bath, dining room or den, kitchen appliances, carpet & drapes, mini blinds, full length carport covered, air conditioned, large shed, pnced to sell. MONEY SAVER • $396 per month including space rent, 2 bdrm, 2 bath, utility room with washer & dryer, kitchen appliances, carpets & blinds, covered porch & carport. Steallt $13,500. HOME & UNO • 60 X too Font k>t 2 BR 2 BA, util. rm., kit with serving bar & appianoet plus washer & dryer. A/C, covered porch & carport mature trees, completely fenced. Located In Reskiential area. $i57,500. FOR OTHER RESALES OR NEW HOMES CALL: AASSIST-U-SELL SAVES BUYERS & SELt-RR.S iS$ USTINOS NEEDED! WE TAKE TRADESI FREE HOIUE EVALUATION A 564-1215 OR 564-6949 • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • PUBLIC NOTICE OVER 97 MOBILE HOMES *REPOS *FORECLOSURES *USED NEW $ 187 per mo. USED SCHULT HOMES SINCE 1934 NATIONWIDE HOMES 4000 BOULDER HWY. NEAR HWY. 95 457-2810 2 BDRM 1 BATH Mobile Home 10' X 55' w/storage shed, in BC Trailer Pari(. New carpet, new linoleum & freshly painted. It's a beauty I $16,000. 294-0862. BC DOMESTIC HELP NO SWEAT House/Office Cleaning Bonded, Licansed, Reliable 453-2648 BABYSITTING IN MY HOME—Lots of preschool activities, nice park in backyard, any age, hot meals, well supen/ised. 294-6203. EXPERIENCED Henderson mom would like to babysit $50 a week, drop-ins $2 or hr., references available. 5649196. BABYSITTER NEEDED in my nice Henderson home, 2 yr old and infant 564-2560. BABYSITTING M-F days, hot meals, k)ts of supervisran & TLG. 5654567 HND. Will do babysitting any hours. Call 564-0748. EXCELLENT CHILDCARE in m home, fun, games learningl Jan 294-6275 be 'I flo ..u-^-u. u ..USED AUTO PARTS 83 Mitsubishi, 4 whee< 293-7278. Let us do the So o„' ^ADi'^"iAo' calling on our new satel$3,200 OBO 565^8200 ijie computer. All states ^lavs. and Canada. Big John 1982 KX 125 KAWASAKI, runs good. Reliable $400 or best offer. Must sellII 2934350 after 6 pm. BC NICE WELL Maintained 81FORDF-100, 7lK,a/ c, stereo, mags, camper shell, garage kept. 293 7704. BC 1982 OLDS 98 REGENCY 1 owner, toaded, excel running cond., $2500 293-7904. BC •84 BRONCO IIXLT air, p/s, p/b, auto, running boards, new tires $3500. 2 seat rail VW powered, xtra tires & wheels $500. 565-1438. HOUSECLEANING reasonable and dependable. Call 294-0375. BC BABYSITTING in my home, lots of preschool activities, anv age, days & eves, references & experience. 565-8659. MOTHER of two has opening in her home for child car. Reliable & reasonable w/references. 564-5251. CHILD CARE in my Henderson home by Greenway & Horizon Mon-Fri any aoe, anytime $55 per week, meals & fun included. 565-0651. CHILD CARE NEEDED IN MY B.C. HOME or yours. Must be dependable. Flexible, long term. Plan activities and participate in outdoor and indoor play. 2-8 hrs daily, between 8 am and 6:30. 8 to 30 hrs weekly. Some weekends may be required. Kristy 457-7418 after 10 am. 1980 DODGE ST REGIS, real nk, loaded, ac, only 53,000 miles $1200. 293-1870. BC and B.C Sons. Foothill Dr., EMISSION -CONTROL STATION Emission Express and Auto Care. 1400 Nevada Hwy., No wait appointments. 2932473. B.C. '62 T-Bird Classk: runs great, xint cond., Orig. owner, beautiful inside & out. $6500 OBO 8760923call7-10am/3-6pm or after 9pm. '81 CHEV pickup king bed xInt cond. $2500 OBO 564-7461. Wanted used car ortruck $100-$600. Repairs OK 564-8651. TOYOTA Tercel '80. No air, runs good, good tires, 32 mpg $1,000. 5643014. 1989 CADILLAC FLEETWOODexccond. $17,900. 293-7515. BC 62 THUNDERBIRD $4200, excel cond. 58,000 original miles. Needs paint. 293-2816. BC 1982CHEVYS10.116K miles. $2500.293-4654. B.C. COMPLETE RADIATOR SERVICE Rod and repair rebuilt and new. Big John and Sons 1631 Foothill Dr.. 293-7278 B.C. •86 F-150 XLT Lariat baded, super cab, tow pkg.. xInt cond, shell, carpet liner, non-smoker. 1 owner, never used for hauling or towing $8900. OBO. 255-9726. $2000. •67 El Camino, 389-2681. •88 CORSICA. 40,000 miles auto, air, white over red. ctoth $5,450. 293 0048. BC PETS/ANIMALS FREE KIITENS AND PUPPIES. Need good home. 293-5673. EC tlie Cat's Mopw; chopping for a...(jat orkitten? M'MudQ of colors. Mgny to choose from. Persians, longhaired & short hairs. 361-2484. Guinia Pigs Galore. Long & Short hairs. Rainbow of colors, also baby peac ocks& d ucks. 361-2484. BiggestlittiG African Sa-; tari i,-! the desert. See Lions, Tigers, Bears. Monkeys, etc. Guided Tours daily. For directrans, call 61-2484.• FREE puppy Samoyan Husky, male. 5 mos old. Loves kids. Friendly. Needs gpod home. 5642511. FREE TO GOOD HOME, part Springer, part Cocker, male. 2 yrs, black. Kristy 293-2686. BC FOR SALE CAMPER Shell, GMC full-size, new $700 OBO 293-5239 after 5:00 pm. •74 2-TON FORD ENCLOSED TRUCK. 7X7 X14 w/roll-updoor. Runs great, new tires, shocks. $3000.293-1170 (Tony). BC 1976 DATSUN W/ SHELL, as is, $4800 OBO 293-6212. BC BABYSITTING my home Fay Galloway, area days only M-F, 0-5 yrs. 5648161. MOM'S need an extra pair of hands to help with the mending? I ,can helpl Hems, missirtg buttons, torn seams, patches. Very reasonable rates. Call Letticia 435-4729. WILL BABYSIT in my home Gordon McCaw school. 565-2619. •85 DODGE CARAVAN LE, fully loaded, all power, luggage rack, 7 pass. $6,500. ^69 MERCURY MERCURY TOPAZ 28,000 mi. Great shape, $5,500, none cheaper. 294-4415. BC •84 FIERO 4 cyl. 4 sp, AC, AM/FM Cass., xInt inskJe & out, will finance 1/2 to the right buyer $2500. 294-1604. 1978 Chev Impala needs engine-trans new tires, body & interior in great shape. All for the price of a front clip. $300 OBO/ 566-0842. FAST CASH TOP PRICES PAID FOR JUNK CARS FREE PICK-UP SERVICE CALL US! 565-1414 NEVADA IPIC-A-PART LOST & FOUND FREE to toving ta. fenced yard home, Golden Ret., male 1 1/2 yrs neutered. 433-9230. BASSET HOUND female, 3 mos, all shots up to date. Have air flight cage you can have. $250. Call 565-1603. MAY I HELP YOU GET YOUR DOG OR CAT SPAYED OR NEUTERED FOR A GRACIOUS DISCOUNT? 293-5673 anytime. BC LOW COST DOG/CAT SPAYS/NEUTERS. DECLAWS, VACCINES 438-8844 & 384-6049. 1/2ACREviewlotgraded with6,000ft. pad. Ready for house. 458-5998. FOR SALE 11/4 acres in Dolan Springs, Az. All util. Septk: tank are in. New 32 X 32 Garage w/ 3/4 bath. Fenced. Excellent view of valley. $24,900 or make offer. Call Stan 293-2583. BC BOATS & RVs EXPERIENCED child care all ages-day & nite. Stacy 898-8581. fLL CLEAN your house like my own, responsible. 564-7224 or 564-5997. VEHICLES 1982 DATSUN 200SX new paint, new brakes, new tires, runs great, excellent mileage, make offer. Call Tim 366-0076 days 645-9277 after 7 pm. TOPPER for full size pk:kup.$150,OBO.5660842. '81 ESCORT super, super clean. $850 OBO. 564-6786. '88 TOYOTA 4X4 V6 5 sp, great condition, cruise, tape, air, tint $8500. 566-9137. LOST MALE ORANGE/ WHITE 6 mos oW cat, w/ black bandana around neck, vk:. Ave. G on Sept. 26. REWARD. 293-3492, leave msg. BC PETS/ANIMALS 74 EL DORADO good cond. asking $1,500. OBO 565-1088. '84 GMC S-15 TRUCK New shocks, tires, battery, alternator, starter, rear brake drums and tire studs; rebuilt radiator. $2,300OBO—565-2660. B.C. CANVAS SpECiAiTiEB ISeBFOOTHLLDtWC BOULOEROTY, NEVADA 69005 70e-ea3-4S09 SEAT UPHOLSTERY; AUTOMOTIVE CAR. TRUCK. R.V. & TRAILER UPHOLSTERY DASH COVERiS l TONNEAU COVERS SlO% Discount DOGS; AKC Shepherd, UKC American Eskimo, Wirehaired Terrier, Weimaraner, Dobbie pups, Bassett Hound, Mini Shepherds, Husky, Choc Lab, Alaskan Malamute, Doxies, German Shrot hair, irsh Setter, Spitz, Shitzui, Hybred Pups. 361-2484. BOATS & RVs PROPERTY OR house to trade for off shore 40' world cruise vessel in San Diego. Great, live atxiard. Call Sue day 619-2388062 or nite 619-2260391. 1978 19'SEA RAY 305 omc, new int. New top, new mooring cover, with many extras. Trailer $5,000 OBO 293-4350 after 6 pm. BC 1989 20' SWEETWATER PONTOON w/trailer. 1990,45 hp. outboard. Low hrs. Loaded w/goodies. $9,500. 294-1999. FOR SALE 1970 Coachman camper 171/ 2' sleeps 6. Prce negotiable. Ask for Doris or Len 565-1351. LEAVING TOWN • Must sell • Clean 1991 Toyota mini truick— Kenwood stereo system with 10" MTX ioudspealters • tinted windows set of extra Enlde wheels with 195/50/15's. Call 458-7594, ask for MIKO or leave message. B.C. CANVAS SPECIALTIES IBSBraOTHU. DRIVE B0UU)ERCIT.tVA(MBa0OS 702-Sa3-4509 FREE ESTIMATES BOAT CANVAS TOPS & COVERS BOAT INTERIOR g3in% nt.icountl Boats and RVs BOATHOUSE STORAGE Boulder City Nevada New Stoiages-Now Renting 11x15$ 55 mo 11 X 36$ 80 mo 14x36 $110 mo 14x64 $200 mo 293-2202 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES MISCELLANEOUS For sale Door 42 x 96 solid oak worth $1300, sacrifk$600.564-91p7. SOLID DARK OAK BEDROOM SET 2935737. BC Mortgage Company looking for private inves-! tors, oood equity posi-, tions & high yields availt able. Express Mortgage' 368-1080. CASH for MTG or TD arranged to suit your need 293-7543. ••••••••**•*• : AVON : To buy or sell. Call Rosie Sherman • 2934)110*! PERSONALS GO TO GLITTER GULCH DENA'S for an Indian Affair...Museum Quality Jewelry, Tribal Antiquities, Southwest Decor. Rock Shop for Collectors. Fantastic Crystals, Gems, Minerals. Yo(j Deserve the Very Best. It's at GLITTER GULCH DENA'S on Boulder Hwy. in Henderson. 565-0711. Dena Buys & Trades for Silver, Rocks & Your Indian Stuff. Expert Jewelry Repairs. KAWAI CONSOLE-PIANO 4 yrs old. Exc. cond. $2,100. 293-7515. BC PIANO: ex-piano teacher selling Schafer & Sons console, dark oak, xInt finish, perfect cond. $1100 060.566-0842. LIVING ROOM furniture 3 pc pit group $250 5649302 bet. 6-9 pm. 'Has Someone Elses Drinking Become" Your Problem? If so, why not try Al Anon. Meetings^re ;Tues. 10 am and Tuep. 8:30 pm at Club 51 (Rear parking lot behind Silver Spur Saloon on Waler St.) and Wed. 8 pm at St. Rose Dominican Hospital in Conference rooms. For more information call 564-9907, FREE MARY KAY FACIAL $5.00 OFF PURCHASE WITH THIS AD. CALL ROSE MARIE 4353441. SINGLES: Meet Single people throughout rural America. Confidential, reputable, established plan. Free details. Country Connections Newsletter, POBOX406. Superior, NE 68978. ANTIQUE WALNUT dining room table, 5 chairs 1 captains chair also a buffet, all drawers' are mitered, needs refinishing, good shape. $1000.564-2232 JEEP BRA $50, Toyota Celica bra $50, 1972 Dodge motorhome 19' $2500. Call 565-3876. FOR SALE Sears Heavy duty Kenmore washer and gas dryer, 10 mo's oW $700 OBO 294-3820. be BRAND NEW beautiful 5 piece bedroom set w/9 drawer dresser sacrifce $295. 452-8807. MISCELLANEOUS A LIFETIME OF RESULTS CAN BE YOURS. I've bst 3 dress sizes, lowered my cholesterol 51 points, and have more energy than I've had in 20 years, all without drugs or deprivatnn. For an appointment and more information call 3616193. ARTHRITISIWhySuffefl Ihad itfor30years. Spurs from hip to neck. Now I have no more arthritis. Now at 77 years old. Money back guarantee. Abe Vera Juice (Not sold in stores). We grow and process our own Aloe Vera. MONEY BACK GUARANTEE. 5641648: 30 bunk beds good quality 100% solid wood inclucles t)oth mattresses sacrifice $195.452-8807. BEAUTIFUL DAYBED good quality mattress included. Sacrifice $150. 452-88a7. WOMEN'S BIBLE STUDY INTERDENOMINATIONAL Every Wednesday at 9:30 am 571 Adams Blvd. Free babysitting and refrestiments. If you are a new comer to Boulder City, come and make new friends. Phone 293-7773. KEEP IT SIMPLE Every item 10% above cost plus freight We sell living room suites, bedroom suites, dining rooms, beddings, carpel, pad, linoleum, vinyl, tile and hardvuood doors No money down No Payment lor 90 days 90 Day same as cash 0 A.C 'KEEP IT SIMPLE" 153 Water St.. Henderson. Monday-Saturday, 9 am -5 p.m §TEfX BUILDINGS Loweat Prlctes In 12 years 3' X 50' re l 1^00 SALE $7,995 40' X 7S< reg $17,000 SALE 812,500 50' X 100' reg $23,000 SALE $17,500 FREE deliver}' U ordered by 10/9I Cidl Topllne Steel BIdga. 1-800^58-9291 H€IH ANHQUE CLOCKS •FREE ^ "^1^ M^ .PICKUP ESmAJES ^t/S^^^T^r'^f'^^ DEUVERY > NAWCC J #0056072 O CItyLlcenM 4837-0 294-113) S H & S LAWN CARE ComplAto Lawn Sorvtco Automatic Sprinklor Rapair Sorvfng B.C. for 5 yoaro-Ua 449 Packing and Loading AvallabIa > • Local or Long DUlanc* > • 16 Yaara Experlance-Local Resident Fn Ettlmil— and (t—onbl RMt Rfar*nca Available 293-7911 YARDVARK'S lAWN & HAINTENANCT Complete Yard Care Swvtng B.C., Hend. A Gr. Valley 294-1114 p.e 38B-321B MISCELLANEOUS WASHERS/DRYERS, gas, commercials, Whirlpool, white 75 coin slots. Excel, cond. $200 88.293-6101. BC DINETTE—china cabinet, 6 chairs $350, corner sofa, whits like new $350, small glass coffee table $48, 1979 Ford Grande Ghia $550, travel trailer 1970 Nomad clean & good cond $ 1800.5655866. HELP WANTED HELP WANTED experienced bicycle mechanic & sales person. Bicycle Depot 458-0888. Green Valley VOICE/PIANO/DRAMA. Private lessons, specialist teacher and director, all ages, starting age 7. Ask about our summer Saturday review classes. Quality vocal & keyboard entertainment for your wedding, receptions or functions. Ph. Flo Raymond 565-8469. Coral Cove Music Studk). QUEEN size bed, xInt cond. $175 & bedding $50,564-1466. THE SWEETEST way to lose 3 to 10 lbs a week eating dellcnus & nutritious diet cookies & cakes, low sodium, no cholesterol, high fiber. Call for free samples 5939537. 2 drawer art file metal cabinet, 1 offce chair in great condition. Make offerononeorboth. 4585533. GAS DRYER almond cobr works great $100. Call 565-5889 after 5 pm. STEEL Arch buiWingsShop-Machinery-Grain Unerected, Good Buy, Must Sell. Some Seconds (701)746-0803. LEGAL SECRETARY for busy Henderson law office. Minimum 2 yrs experience required, salary DOE, 564-2503. Ask for Tassy. BC OFFSET WEB PRESSPERSON to operate 3-unit News King for Western Nevada weekly. Darkroom experience necessary. Send resume to: Mason Valley News, PO Box 841, Yerington, NV 89447. Henderson ASSEMBLERS needed Immediate openings. No experience needed. Full/part time. Call TOLL FREE 1800-743-5921. 8am10pm 7 days. HOMEWORKERS wanted. Wouki you stuff and address 1,000 envekjpes for $1,000 dollars'?Call317-290-7535. I Free 24 hour recorded message. HELP WANTED BE ON T.V. many needed for commercials. Now hirlrKj all ages. For casting into call 615-7797111ext. T144. Household Cleaners wanted, days no weekends or hoMdays. $5.03 after IrcinJnq, paid sick days, vacation & holidays. Grime Busters 7981002, JOBS IN Kuwait 1ax free construction workers $75,000 engineering $200,000 oil fiekj workers $100,000. Call 1-800743-3440 ext. 329. VOLUNTEERS WANTED for beauty makeover, no charge to customer. Bring recent photo to Beauty Corner 303WaferSt.HD. Senior citizens wanted also. RN evenings LPN all shifts & Dietary Aides. Del MarGairdens361-6111. GLEN HALLA Health Care Center has immediate openings for certified nurse's aides & LPNs. If you woukJ liketo be part of our team, call Jeanne between Sam3pm at 565-8748. Excellent benefits & competitive wages. EOE THANK YOU ST. JUDE. May the Sacred Heart of Jesus be adored, gbrif ied, teved and preserved throughout the world, now and forever. Sacred Heart of Jesus pray for us. St. Jude, worker of miracles, pray for us. St. Jude, helperof the hopeless, pray for us. Say this prayer 9 times a day, your prayers will be answered. h has never been known to fail. Publication must be promised and done. MD FRIGIDAIRE WASHER/ dryer, excel, cond., 2932837. BC NSA WATER FILTERSWholesale cost to caller 294H4188. BC Remington Model 78 3006 never been fired, $225,389-2681. HELP WANTED BOBS ALL FAMILY RESTAURANT now accepting applications for dishwashers, cooks, waitresses. Apply in person, 761 Nev. Hw Hwy., ^lEED. IMMEDIATELTl!' Home Assembly people, willing to earn up to $369 per week, assembling products at home. No ex-, perience necessary.! Send self-addressed; stamped envelope to: H^inrtcrafls 2830 Marathon" Drive, Heriderson, I^V 89014. COSTCO Wholesale is now accepting applk:ations lor the following positions: cashiers, callers, membership clerks, stockers, bakers, meat cutters. Please apply at any Nevada Emptoyment Security Dept. in the greater Las Vegas valley. No phone calls please. EOE SCHOOLS RESUMES Composed, Edited, Type<4-Fast & Accurate BEE'S BUSINESS SVC. UOOCdorado, C, B.C. 293-5361 TEACHER NEEDED credits in Child DcvelopTient. Firnpntiiry Education, Secondary Education. Oaklaiie Academy 293-5188 1308 Wyoming St. Boulder City. CASINO DEALING Timin lo become a Cuino Dealer. Finiiicial Aid Available toqualifiedipplicants. Room & Board packagei. PnfeiMioiul DtaUrt School of America 382-1478 ANIMAL LOVERS Veterina/y Office Aiiistant Professional Dog Groomer SCHOOL Proftssioiud Careen 732-1304 Las Vegas, NV PROFESSIONAL SERVICES HARD WORKING family man does odd Jobs, Sr. discount Call Earl 5643495. Portable Welding, Wrought Iron repairs, gates etc. Call 565-5071 anytime. THE HOLE DIGGER.'! can dig it if ypu canl. Trees, bushes, fence posts, mail boxes. 5642206. ••••••••••••••••• Nursing Assistants KIMBEMY&b^ QLMirYCME NV Certified Nursing Assistants Homemakers Desired for in-home assignments and private duty. Top wages, new hire tx>nus and other benefits. (One year recent work experience required) 737-5300 Equal Opportunity Emptoyer M/F/H ••••••••••••••••• WE WILL move you anywhere in town, comm/ res. Also load/unload your rental truck. Free est. 565-9675. CUSTOM LANDSCAPE design & consultatbn & installation. Ph. 4547625. SAVE $$$$ Auto electric, locksmith alarm system, car stereo, auto safety. Don't come to us, I come to you day & nite. Beeper 599-6611 office 566-1208. APPLIANCE REPAIR $5 service call, free estimates, family owned & licensed since '83. All work fully guaranteed. .see-gsTo ••••A********* ^ick Davis Masonry ^ ^ustom Work. Licensed 4]f& Bonded 564-9107 Or* jfbeeper 252-5809. • OENERAL LABORS/PRODUCTION WORKERS & CLERICAL Immediate Openings Good Pay — No Fee MANPOWER TEMPORARY SBCVICES 30 A Water Street Henderson, NV 565-5554 Copies 100 Each ODIE'S MOBILE HOME SERVICE Ml.bC f^Lf'AIR:-, • HU' MP'LI TL NLVVncDtS MKMArjDan Odegaard Call 293-7108 LEGAL SECRETARYfor busy Henderson law office. Minimum 2 yrs experience required, salary DOE, 564-2503. Ask for Tassy. RMIDS WANTED non smoker, apply in person SANDS MOTEL 809 Nev. Hwy. BC MOTEL MAID and/or laundry person, experienced only apply in person. Best Western Lake Mead Motel 85 W. Lake Mead Dr. Paint average house $250. 24 years experience. Work guaranteed. Call Jim 565-4460. IRONING, excellent work, reasonable rates. 564-5126. Rick Davis Masonry Custonfi Work. 564-9107 or beeper 252-5809 %?7 SEE-MOORE CLEARLY ^ WINDOW CLEANING Reasonable Rates Jeff Kincaid 294-1114 CASH PAID FOR AUTOGRAPHS OF FAMOUS PEOPLE All lttra Photos, Documento, otc.... of PreoMonte, Movie Stars, Sclontlsta, MiMiclane, Inventors, Archttacta and all othar Famoua Paopla. Alao oM pra-'70 MaKN' Magailnaa. CALL 565-0319 We bave s long reacbt Our CLASSIFIEDS reach • BOULDER CITT • HENDERSON • GREEN VALLET CaU today 293-2302 or 864-1881 <3. THE CAVANAUqHrSi PAINTING Intarlor / Exterior 294-1422 Uemw0d HAULING & REMOVAL All Types of Deiiris, Weeds, TrMh, Rocks Removed 24 Hr. Free Estimates Tom 564-5396 CeHulv 376-5715 ROCKSCAPE 565-5459 LQRLGINAL Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Page 9 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES PROFESSIONAL SERVICES IFFY I RIM LAWN CARE "W V/oik While You Play" Llcan$0d • Insured ^ .,, HENDERSON -^m )r^^* GREEN VALLEY 565-1593 J. lack MounUil Electric Uc. 32035 Bonded Fan lltss, Dryer Hookups, Range, AC Hookups, Custom Homes No Job Too Big or Small Jeff 565-1651 H HONEY DO'S ANDYMAN SERVICED SPRINKLERS AND TIMERS repaired artd replaced 294-3071 566-6811 POOL SERVICE $65 per mo. Includes chemicals and filter cleans. Since 1973. Quality Service 458-2087 Kevin McGuire PROFESSIONAL SERVICES PROFESSIONAL SERVICES SANIXGRAVEL DELIVERY For Homaownars Sllt-3/8' reject for landscaping, top-soil, all masonry sand & gravel-decorative rock. Sat. delivery available Call REX 898477 ORNAMENTAL IRON GATES Chain Unk Fences & Dog Runs Fortune Fencing since 1963 565-5384 LIC 59065-A HEALTH INSURANCE • Rasonabia Rates • Guaranlaad Ranewat>le • DenUI Available • Individual or Group • Most Pre-ExIstIng Condltiona Covered Call NORM SCHWARTZ for more Info 737-7222 HOWARD HELDERLEIN CONSTRUCTION Commercial • Residential • Remodels and Additions _„_ —1 Ucense #021013 5o5-Uo74 SPECIALIZED AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE "Let Ken Perkins Perk Up Your Car" Carburetor RetNJildIng Electrical Repairs/Tune Ups Classic Car Repairs AC Services 745 Sunset West No. 5 Work 564-3664 Henderson, NV 89015 Home 564-0684 DON'T IMOVE REMODEL DW CONSTRUCTION Don Western LL:f0030344 294-7754 MURRAY MAINTENANCE Caipentry, Painting, ulasa Repairs AH HouaehoM Repairs Roof Repairs M3.5110 LAWN CARE Itoliable sarvka, reasonable rotes, 15 yrs exp. Uc. boncled and Insured. 293-7072 AARON FENCING Free Estimates Chain Link Fencing 20 Years Exp. 1*11.451-8190 State Lie. #15332 THOMPSOIV9 HOME MAEVTENylMCE & COOLER SERVICE 5C5-SSS0 ••••••••• • MARY KAY • • COSMETICS* • Dee Dee Senko • • 293-5550 • ••••••••• WULPBi ElECTRIC Ucensed Bonded Insured Lie. No. 15187 Call 293-4899 D & R LANDSCAPING &LAWN MAINTENANCE Down To Earth Prlcas 566-6290 after 3 pm. BASIC NATURE CARPET CLEANERS Henderson s Finest 564-6716 Rock yards DESERT LANDSCAPING CUSTOM DESIGN*' Yours or Ours ALL COLORS" "ALL SIZES" 565-8865 INSURANCE TOO HIGH? Too Many Tickets? SR-22 Needed? Call Morrow Insurance Agoncy Qreen Valley 451 ^SSSS HANDY RANDY "The Affordsble Handyman" •Property Mslntensnce •Quality Worfcmenship •Rental Reconditioning •Reliable Service If You're Fussy, Call Me—5t/s/acr/on Suarantaed 294-8494 SHERMAN CONCRETE Licensed & Bonded Lie. 130046 Free Eatlmatas 294-2843 HONEY— DO—IT JOBS: Need Shelving Built New Counter Tops • Kitchen or Bath Remodeled -Remodel Rooms -Painting in or out -Exterior Repairs Decks or Patio Covers -Furniture Refinished If You Can't Gat Honey To Gat Around To It Call Ma 25 Yaara Experience By the Job or by tha Hour 565-3777 HANDYMAN • Complete Home Repair • Coolers • Sprinklers • Plumbing • Painting • New Doors • New Locks • Carpentry YOU SAVE $$$$ Del 564-7379 LICENSED HANDYMAN Complete Home Repair • Carpentry • Cabinets • Drywall Cell Rick at 564-7488 or Pager: 599-7474 THE SALVATION ARMY IS IN DESPERATE NEED OF FURNITURE AND CLOTHES. PLEASE CALL THE SALVATION ARMY PICKUP AT 649-2374-5-B FRANK'S TV & APPLIANCE SALES & SERVICE For In home service call 385-9959 M/.GNAVOX • MGA • SYIVANIA • PHRCO • PHIUIPS • SNnH FACnXYAimiOiaZKD SERVICE BACKHOE and BOBCAT SEBVICE •Lots Graded •Ditching 30 Years Experience — Hourly Rates CariW. Ftri 298-0598 • • • • • • "' ^ MIKE MORRISON ELECTRIC, INC. Licensed-Bonded-lnsured Lie 130425 CaH 564-2145 CHERRY /'""^ Landscaping Co. >w^^ • Lawn Maintenance • Free Estimates Shrubbery Pruning • Clean-ups • Sprinkler MalnL & Rapair • Fertilizing JEFF CHERRY Lt .I64^2B3 564-8652 BOULDER CONCRETE WANTS TO MEET YOUR CONCRETE NEEDS FOR FREE ESTIMATES AND QUALITY WORKSMANSHIP CALL MICK CASEY BOULDER CITY 293-1571 M&M Wallpaper Installstlon •Stripping •Interior Pamting Free Eatlmatea 454-3903 SEAMSTRESS Complete sewing service 564-7029 MSTA CLEAN JANn-QRIAL SERVICE Includes all phase* of Janitorial cleaning. insurad Lie *S2220 293-3316 Office 364-4262 Beeper MCS GARDENING LI c ansa d iMwn Mainienanee — Emarg. Pipa ft Valva Rapair • Tree Trimming -Thatch/Raaeacl •Laivn Clasn-up & Haul Offa •Rasidantial I Commarclal For a FREE Etdmate Call 564-6742 senior Discounts* Strcafifree WincCows THE AFFORDABLE CHOICE COMMERCIAL • RESIDENTIAL • NEW CONSTRUCTION STEVE CAWARD 293 • 7098 HAULING •ConstructionCleanup 'Trees Removed • Rubbish Hauled • BIdgs Torn Down LOW LOW PRICES Free Estimates DICK'S TRUCKING 565-9729 Morrell Martin ureen uro LAWN CARE •Hydroseeding • FeitiUzatioii •AenlkMi • Overseedlng Lkxmed & hMored Devon Labrum Call for Free Estimate ... 294-1424

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MHIMIMi Page 8 Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada :^ Tuesday, Octol)€r 1,1991_ Rates Consecutive, 1 week, all publications Boxed Ads 7'E:.':;"1* Up to 3 lines (approx 23 characters per line). 45< each additional line. i Cash Rate Billed Rate 3llnes $5.00 wk *$5.35 4 lines $5.45 wk *$5.80 5 lines $5.90 wk *$6.25 6 lines $6.35 wk *$6.70 7 lines $6.80 wk *$7.15 8 lines $7.25 wk *$7.60 9 lines $7.70 wk *$8.05 10 lines $8.15 wk *$8.50 *Plus postage each time billed after initial billing. Prepayments: Yard, Garage & Moving Sales require Classified Published l\iesdays, Thursdays & Fridays PLEASE READ YOUR AD FOR ERRORS the firstday it appears. H.B.C.PubHc8tion8as8umM no responsibility AFTER THE FIRST INSERTION, nor for errors ndt affeoSng the value of the ad. AR dafms for statement adjustfnents nust be rraKle witNn 12 days after Mplration of ad. Henderscoi Home News Green Valley News #1 Cactus Garden Drive 564-1881 • 435-7700 Hours: Mon. FrI. 8-5 Boulder City News 1227 Arizona Street 293-2302 Hours: Mon. & Tues. 9-5 • Wed.-Fri. 9-4 Deadlines Henderson Home News Tuesday's Issue 4:00 p.m. FRIDAY Henderson Home News Boulder City News Green Valley News Thursday/Friday Issue 12:00 NOON TUESDAY cash in advance. Out-of-town and out-of-state also require prepayment. Tuesday, Octol)er 1,1991 DO YOU RECOGNIZE THE SIGNS? s^^:sats rr • •-£'iaJ'Vt-*i4i*-i Uo\ an signs of discrimination are ttiis obvious. What you may hear Is: *l rented tfiat apartment right after yoij Called.' 'I'll sfKHv you the apartment after I see your green card." 'I don't really want all the changes ...ramp, grab bar...that's too much." Fair housing Is the law. It is Illegal to discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or family status. You can fight housing discrirrination and win If you learn to recognize the subtle signs. When you suspect housing discrimination, call HUD toll-free it 1-800469-9777, TDD 1-800-927-9275. ^ Fair Housing Opens Doors U.S. Oepartmsnl ofHousing and Urban Development Are you ruumng out of time to make over 300,000 sales calls? We can help. We'll publish your classified message in almost evoy newsp^)er in the state of Nevada for just $99 for a 25-word message. Gassified ads for business, personal products or services arc welcome. Just call or visit the Henderson Home News for details. We'll make over 300,000 sales calls for you next week! For only $99. Try us. MBCPublications 435-7700 nv^c^ui WtVAOA CtAmtD AOVtmiMO MtTWOWK TheMmstiasa IMCsi reach! Classified Advertising Offices: Boulder City Henderson Green Valley 293-2302 564-1881 435-7700 CLASSIFIED AD Lll 4 pjn. Friday for Henderson Tuesday issue Noon Tuesday for Henderson Thursday, Boulder City and Green Valley issues GARAGE SALES GARAGE SALES GARAGE SALE furniture, microwaves, TVs, dishes, artwork, misc. Fri/ Sat. 1709 Steamboat Dr. HD/GV 10th ANNUAL PATIO & BAKE SALE HENDERSON PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 601 N. MAJOR SAT.,OCT, 5,8 a.m. to3p.m. HOUSEWARES! FURNITURE! CLOTHING! JEWELRY! MUCH MORE! COFFEE, COLD DRINKS, HOT DOGS RAIN OR SHINE GARAGE SALES FINANCIAL SERVICES DOMESTIC HELP VEHICLES VEHICLES MOVING SALE turn, old Hems, 918 Palo Verde HD. 564-9013 10/4,5,6. YARD SALE another Qood one, shop for Christmas 238 Shoshone Lane HD. Oct. 4 & 5. JOB OPPORTUNITIES HENDERSON JOBS not advertised in newspaper. All types, incomes. 24 hour recording. 1-900288-2245. WE BUY MORTGAGES and TRUST DEEDS. Collecting Monthly Payments? Why Wait? CASH NOW! Any SizeAny State. FAST Professional Sen/ice. Call FREE1-800-659-CASH. Oar Ad lUtB An REASONABLE Call ror dataUi 293-2302 or S64-1881 MOBILE HOMES The American Inter-cultural Student Exchange, a non-profit educational organization, needs responsible, enthusiastic, caring people to screen and supervise high school foreign exchange students and host families. Small supplemental income. Call toll-free 1800-SIBLING,orcallvour State Coordinator Sue, at (702) 747-5820. BECOME A VETERINARY ASSISTANT/ ANIMAL CARE SPECIALIST. HOME STUDY. TURN YOUR LOVE OF ANIMALS INTO AN EXCITING CAREER. FREE FACTFILLED LITERATURE. 1-800-362-7070 DEPT CL714. MOBILE HOME FOR SALE and Ira lot, 2 plus bdrm, den, dininc) room w/hutch, all appliances, RV prkg. view, $99,000. She^l Cobb 293-6036, C entury 21JR Realty. BC FORSALE24x44(1034 sq. ft.) 2 bdrm, 2 bath 1984 Sandlewood with skirting. AC 4.4 ton, $17,500. XIntcond. Must relocate. Under appraised value. Sharon 454-8048 M-F 9-5 only. MOBILE HOME W/LOT in B.C. By owner, upgraded 12 X 60 w/2 tipouts. 2 bdrm. Lots of storage. Must seel Reducing price to newly appraised value of $64,200.1417 Monterey Dr. (Off Buchanan to Coronado Estates) 2930967. BC BECOME A PARALEGAL. JOIN AMERICA'S FASTEST GROWING PROFESSION. WORK WITH ATTORNEYS. LAWYER INSTRUCTED HOME STUDY. THE FINEST PARALEGAL PROGRAM AVAILABLE. FREE CATALOGUE. 1-800-3627070DEPT. LL714. MOBILE HOMES BEST BUY IN BOULDER CITY Under $100,000!!! 3 br and 2 ba mobile home and lot, new carpet, new catjinets, new awnings. See at 1298 Shenandoah. Call 293-1613 days, 293-1598 nights. Licensee. Our loss, your gain at $79,500. • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • n iAMOND • • "^ mobile home stiles AASSIST-U-SELL RESALES: HENDERSON ONLY HENDERSON BUYER'S DREAM HOME • 1990Canyon Crest 2t)drm, 2 bath, dining room or den, kitchen appliances, carpet & drapes, mini blinds, full length carport covered, air conditioned, large shed, pnced to sell. MONEY SAVER • $396 per month including space rent, 2 bdrm, 2 bath, utility room with washer & dryer, kitchen appliances, carpets & blinds, covered porch & carport. Steallt $13,500. HOME & UNO • 60 X too Font k>t 2 BR 2 BA, util. rm., kit with serving bar & appianoet plus washer & dryer. A/C, covered porch & carport mature trees, completely fenced. Located In Reskiential area. $i57,500. FOR OTHER RESALES OR NEW HOMES CALL: AASSIST-U-SELL SAVES BUYERS & SELt-RR.S iS$ USTINOS NEEDED! WE TAKE TRADESI FREE HOIUE EVALUATION A 564-1215 OR 564-6949 • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • PUBLIC NOTICE OVER 97 MOBILE HOMES *REPOS *FORECLOSURES *USED NEW $ 187 per mo. USED SCHULT HOMES SINCE 1934 NATIONWIDE HOMES 4000 BOULDER HWY. NEAR HWY. 95 457-2810 2 BDRM 1 BATH Mobile Home 10' X 55' w/storage shed, in BC Trailer Pari(. New carpet, new linoleum & freshly painted. It's a beauty I $16,000. 294-0862. BC DOMESTIC HELP NO SWEAT House/Office Cleaning Bonded, Licansed, Reliable 453-2648 BABYSITTING IN MY HOME—Lots of preschool activities, nice park in backyard, any age, hot meals, well supen/ised. 294-6203. EXPERIENCED Henderson mom would like to babysit $50 a week, drop-ins $2 or hr., references available. 5649196. BABYSITTER NEEDED in my nice Henderson home, 2 yr old and infant 564-2560. BABYSITTING M-F days, hot meals, k)ts of supervisran & TLG. 5654567 HND. Will do babysitting any hours. Call 564-0748. EXCELLENT CHILDCARE in m home, fun, games learningl Jan 294-6275 be 'I flo ..u-^-u. u ..USED AUTO PARTS 83 Mitsubishi, 4 whee< 293-7278. Let us do the So o„' ^ADi'^"iAo' calling on our new satel$3,200 OBO 565^8200 ijie computer. All states ^lavs. and Canada. Big John 1982 KX 125 KAWASAKI, runs good. Reliable $400 or best offer. Must sellII 2934350 after 6 pm. BC NICE WELL Maintained 81FORDF-100, 7lK,a/ c, stereo, mags, camper shell, garage kept. 293 7704. BC 1982 OLDS 98 REGENCY 1 owner, toaded, excel running cond., $2500 293-7904. BC •84 BRONCO IIXLT air, p/s, p/b, auto, running boards, new tires $3500. 2 seat rail VW powered, xtra tires & wheels $500. 565-1438. HOUSECLEANING reasonable and dependable. Call 294-0375. BC BABYSITTING in my home, lots of preschool activities, anv age, days & eves, references & experience. 565-8659. MOTHER of two has opening in her home for child car. Reliable & reasonable w/references. 564-5251. CHILD CARE in my Henderson home by Greenway & Horizon Mon-Fri any aoe, anytime $55 per week, meals & fun included. 565-0651. CHILD CARE NEEDED IN MY B.C. HOME or yours. Must be dependable. Flexible, long term. Plan activities and participate in outdoor and indoor play. 2-8 hrs daily, between 8 am and 6:30. 8 to 30 hrs weekly. Some weekends may be required. Kristy 457-7418 after 10 am. 1980 DODGE ST REGIS, real nk, loaded, ac, only 53,000 miles $1200. 293-1870. BC and B.C Sons. Foothill Dr., EMISSION -CONTROL STATION Emission Express and Auto Care. 1400 Nevada Hwy., No wait appointments. 2932473. B.C. '62 T-Bird Classk: runs great, xint cond., Orig. owner, beautiful inside & out. $6500 OBO 8760923call7-10am/3-6pm or after 9pm. '81 CHEV pickup king bed xInt cond. $2500 OBO 564-7461. Wanted used car ortruck $100-$600. Repairs OK 564-8651. TOYOTA Tercel '80. No air, runs good, good tires, 32 mpg $1,000. 5643014. 1989 CADILLAC FLEETWOODexccond. $17,900. 293-7515. BC 62 THUNDERBIRD $4200, excel cond. 58,000 original miles. Needs paint. 293-2816. BC 1982CHEVYS10.116K miles. $2500.293-4654. B.C. COMPLETE RADIATOR SERVICE Rod and repair rebuilt and new. Big John and Sons 1631 Foothill Dr.. 293-7278 B.C. •86 F-150 XLT Lariat baded, super cab, tow pkg.. xInt cond, shell, carpet liner, non-smoker. 1 owner, never used for hauling or towing $8900. OBO. 255-9726. $2000. •67 El Camino, 389-2681. •88 CORSICA. 40,000 miles auto, air, white over red. ctoth $5,450. 293 0048. BC PETS/ANIMALS FREE KIITENS AND PUPPIES. Need good home. 293-5673. EC tlie Cat's Mopw; chopping for a...(jat orkitten? M'MudQ of colors. Mgny to choose from. Persians, longhaired & short hairs. 361-2484. Guinia Pigs Galore. Long & Short hairs. Rainbow of colors, also baby peac ocks& d ucks. 361-2484. BiggestlittiG African Sa-; tari i,-! the desert. See Lions, Tigers, Bears. Monkeys, etc. Guided Tours daily. For directrans, call 61-2484.• FREE puppy Samoyan Husky, male. 5 mos old. Loves kids. Friendly. Needs gpod home. 5642511. FREE TO GOOD HOME, part Springer, part Cocker, male. 2 yrs, black. Kristy 293-2686. BC FOR SALE CAMPER Shell, GMC full-size, new $700 OBO 293-5239 after 5:00 pm. •74 2-TON FORD ENCLOSED TRUCK. 7X7 X14 w/roll-updoor. Runs great, new tires, shocks. $3000.293-1170 (Tony). BC 1976 DATSUN W/ SHELL, as is, $4800 OBO 293-6212. BC BABYSITTING my home Fay Galloway, area days only M-F, 0-5 yrs. 5648161. MOM'S need an extra pair of hands to help with the mending? I ,can helpl Hems, missirtg buttons, torn seams, patches. Very reasonable rates. Call Letticia 435-4729. WILL BABYSIT in my home Gordon McCaw school. 565-2619. •85 DODGE CARAVAN LE, fully loaded, all power, luggage rack, 7 pass. $6,500. ^69 MERCURY MERCURY TOPAZ 28,000 mi. Great shape, $5,500, none cheaper. 294-4415. BC •84 FIERO 4 cyl. 4 sp, AC, AM/FM Cass., xInt inskJe & out, will finance 1/2 to the right buyer $2500. 294-1604. 1978 Chev Impala needs engine-trans new tires, body & interior in great shape. All for the price of a front clip. $300 OBO/ 566-0842. FAST CASH TOP PRICES PAID FOR JUNK CARS FREE PICK-UP SERVICE CALL US! 565-1414 NEVADA IPIC-A-PART LOST & FOUND FREE to toving ta. fenced yard home, Golden Ret., male 1 1/2 yrs neutered. 433-9230. BASSET HOUND female, 3 mos, all shots up to date. Have air flight cage you can have. $250. Call 565-1603. MAY I HELP YOU GET YOUR DOG OR CAT SPAYED OR NEUTERED FOR A GRACIOUS DISCOUNT? 293-5673 anytime. BC LOW COST DOG/CAT SPAYS/NEUTERS. DECLAWS, VACCINES 438-8844 & 384-6049. 1/2ACREviewlotgraded with6,000ft. pad. Ready for house. 458-5998. FOR SALE 11/4 acres in Dolan Springs, Az. All util. Septk: tank are in. New 32 X 32 Garage w/ 3/4 bath. Fenced. Excellent view of valley. $24,900 or make offer. Call Stan 293-2583. BC BOATS & RVs EXPERIENCED child care all ages-day & nite. Stacy 898-8581. fLL CLEAN your house like my own, responsible. 564-7224 or 564-5997. VEHICLES 1982 DATSUN 200SX new paint, new brakes, new tires, runs great, excellent mileage, make offer. Call Tim 366-0076 days 645-9277 after 7 pm. TOPPER for full size pk:kup.$150,OBO.5660842. '81 ESCORT super, super clean. $850 OBO. 564-6786. '88 TOYOTA 4X4 V6 5 sp, great condition, cruise, tape, air, tint $8500. 566-9137. LOST MALE ORANGE/ WHITE 6 mos oW cat, w/ black bandana around neck, vk:. Ave. G on Sept. 26. REWARD. 293-3492, leave msg. BC PETS/ANIMALS 74 EL DORADO good cond. asking $1,500. OBO 565-1088. '84 GMC S-15 TRUCK New shocks, tires, battery, alternator, starter, rear brake drums and tire studs; rebuilt radiator. $2,300OBO—565-2660. B.C. CANVAS SpECiAiTiEB ISeBFOOTHLLDtWC BOULOEROTY, NEVADA 69005 70e-ea3-4S09 SEAT UPHOLSTERY; AUTOMOTIVE CAR. TRUCK. R.V. & TRAILER UPHOLSTERY DASH COVERiS l TONNEAU COVERS SlO% Discount DOGS; AKC Shepherd, UKC American Eskimo, Wirehaired Terrier, Weimaraner, Dobbie pups, Bassett Hound, Mini Shepherds, Husky, Choc Lab, Alaskan Malamute, Doxies, German Shrot hair, irsh Setter, Spitz, Shitzui, Hybred Pups. 361-2484. BOATS & RVs PROPERTY OR house to trade for off shore 40' world cruise vessel in San Diego. Great, live atxiard. Call Sue day 619-2388062 or nite 619-2260391. 1978 19'SEA RAY 305 omc, new int. New top, new mooring cover, with many extras. Trailer $5,000 OBO 293-4350 after 6 pm. BC 1989 20' SWEETWATER PONTOON w/trailer. 1990,45 hp. outboard. Low hrs. Loaded w/goodies. $9,500. 294-1999. FOR SALE 1970 Coachman camper 171/ 2' sleeps 6. Prce negotiable. Ask for Doris or Len 565-1351. LEAVING TOWN • Must sell • Clean 1991 Toyota mini truick— Kenwood stereo system with 10" MTX ioudspealters • tinted windows set of extra Enlde wheels with 195/50/15's. Call 458-7594, ask for MIKO or leave message. B.C. CANVAS SPECIALTIES IBSBraOTHU. DRIVE B0UU)ERCIT.tVA(MBa0OS 702-Sa3-4509 FREE ESTIMATES BOAT CANVAS TOPS & COVERS BOAT INTERIOR g3in% nt.icountl Boats and RVs BOATHOUSE STORAGE Boulder City Nevada New Stoiages-Now Renting 11x15$ 55 mo 11 X 36$ 80 mo 14x36 $110 mo 14x64 $200 mo 293-2202 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES MISCELLANEOUS For sale Door 42 x 96 solid oak worth $1300, sacrifk$600.564-91p7. SOLID DARK OAK BEDROOM SET 2935737. BC Mortgage Company looking for private inves-! tors, oood equity posi-, tions & high yields availt able. Express Mortgage' 368-1080. CASH for MTG or TD arranged to suit your need 293-7543. ••••••••**•*• : AVON : To buy or sell. Call Rosie Sherman • 2934)110*! PERSONALS GO TO GLITTER GULCH DENA'S for an Indian Affair...Museum Quality Jewelry, Tribal Antiquities, Southwest Decor. Rock Shop for Collectors. Fantastic Crystals, Gems, Minerals. Yo(j Deserve the Very Best. It's at GLITTER GULCH DENA'S on Boulder Hwy. in Henderson. 565-0711. Dena Buys & Trades for Silver, Rocks & Your Indian Stuff. Expert Jewelry Repairs. KAWAI CONSOLE-PIANO 4 yrs old. Exc. cond. $2,100. 293-7515. BC PIANO: ex-piano teacher selling Schafer & Sons console, dark oak, xInt finish, perfect cond. $1100 060.566-0842. LIVING ROOM furniture 3 pc pit group $250 5649302 bet. 6-9 pm. 'Has Someone Elses Drinking Become" Your Problem? If so, why not try Al Anon. Meetings^re ;Tues. 10 am and Tuep. 8:30 pm at Club 51 (Rear parking lot behind Silver Spur Saloon on Waler St.) and Wed. 8 pm at St. Rose Dominican Hospital in Conference rooms. For more information call 564-9907, FREE MARY KAY FACIAL $5.00 OFF PURCHASE WITH THIS AD. CALL ROSE MARIE 4353441. SINGLES: Meet Single people throughout rural America. Confidential, reputable, established plan. Free details. Country Connections Newsletter, POBOX406. Superior, NE 68978. ANTIQUE WALNUT dining room table, 5 chairs 1 captains chair also a buffet, all drawers' are mitered, needs refinishing, good shape. $1000.564-2232 JEEP BRA $50, Toyota Celica bra $50, 1972 Dodge motorhome 19' $2500. Call 565-3876. FOR SALE Sears Heavy duty Kenmore washer and gas dryer, 10 mo's oW $700 OBO 294-3820. be BRAND NEW beautiful 5 piece bedroom set w/9 drawer dresser sacrifce $295. 452-8807. MISCELLANEOUS A LIFETIME OF RESULTS CAN BE YOURS. I've bst 3 dress sizes, lowered my cholesterol 51 points, and have more energy than I've had in 20 years, all without drugs or deprivatnn. For an appointment and more information call 3616193. ARTHRITISIWhySuffefl Ihad itfor30years. Spurs from hip to neck. Now I have no more arthritis. Now at 77 years old. Money back guarantee. Abe Vera Juice (Not sold in stores). We grow and process our own Aloe Vera. MONEY BACK GUARANTEE. 5641648: 30 bunk beds good quality 100% solid wood inclucles t)oth mattresses sacrifice $195.452-8807. BEAUTIFUL DAYBED good quality mattress included. Sacrifice $150. 452-88a7. WOMEN'S BIBLE STUDY INTERDENOMINATIONAL Every Wednesday at 9:30 am 571 Adams Blvd. Free babysitting and refrestiments. If you are a new comer to Boulder City, come and make new friends. Phone 293-7773. KEEP IT SIMPLE Every item 10% above cost plus freight We sell living room suites, bedroom suites, dining rooms, beddings, carpel, pad, linoleum, vinyl, tile and hardvuood doors No money down No Payment lor 90 days 90 Day same as cash 0 A.C 'KEEP IT SIMPLE" 153 Water St.. Henderson. Monday-Saturday, 9 am -5 p.m §TEfX BUILDINGS Loweat Prlctes In 12 years 3' X 50' re l 1^00 SALE $7,995 40' X 7S< reg $17,000 SALE 812,500 50' X 100' reg $23,000 SALE $17,500 FREE deliver}' U ordered by 10/9I Cidl Topllne Steel BIdga. 1-800^58-9291 H€IH ANHQUE CLOCKS •FREE ^ "^1^ M^ .PICKUP ESmAJES ^t/S^^^T^r'^f'^^ DEUVERY > NAWCC J #0056072 O CItyLlcenM 4837-0 294-113) S H & S LAWN CARE ComplAto Lawn Sorvtco Automatic Sprinklor Rapair Sorvfng B.C. for 5 yoaro-Ua 449 Packing and Loading AvallabIa > • Local or Long DUlanc* > • 16 Yaara Experlance-Local Resident Fn Ettlmil— and (t—onbl RMt Rfar*nca Available 293-7911 YARDVARK'S lAWN & HAINTENANCT Complete Yard Care Swvtng B.C., Hend. A Gr. Valley 294-1114 p.e 38B-321B MISCELLANEOUS WASHERS/DRYERS, gas, commercials, Whirlpool, white 75 coin slots. Excel, cond. $200 88.293-6101. BC DINETTE—china cabinet, 6 chairs $350, corner sofa, whits like new $350, small glass coffee table $48, 1979 Ford Grande Ghia $550, travel trailer 1970 Nomad clean & good cond $ 1800.5655866. HELP WANTED HELP WANTED experienced bicycle mechanic & sales person. Bicycle Depot 458-0888. Green Valley VOICE/PIANO/DRAMA. Private lessons, specialist teacher and director, all ages, starting age 7. Ask about our summer Saturday review classes. Quality vocal & keyboard entertainment for your wedding, receptions or functions. Ph. Flo Raymond 565-8469. Coral Cove Music Studk). QUEEN size bed, xInt cond. $175 & bedding $50,564-1466. THE SWEETEST way to lose 3 to 10 lbs a week eating dellcnus & nutritious diet cookies & cakes, low sodium, no cholesterol, high fiber. Call for free samples 5939537. 2 drawer art file metal cabinet, 1 offce chair in great condition. Make offerononeorboth. 4585533. GAS DRYER almond cobr works great $100. Call 565-5889 after 5 pm. STEEL Arch buiWingsShop-Machinery-Grain Unerected, Good Buy, Must Sell. Some Seconds (701)746-0803. LEGAL SECRETARY for busy Henderson law office. Minimum 2 yrs experience required, salary DOE, 564-2503. Ask for Tassy. BC OFFSET WEB PRESSPERSON to operate 3-unit News King for Western Nevada weekly. Darkroom experience necessary. Send resume to: Mason Valley News, PO Box 841, Yerington, NV 89447. Henderson ASSEMBLERS needed Immediate openings. No experience needed. Full/part time. Call TOLL FREE 1800-743-5921. 8am10pm 7 days. HOMEWORKERS wanted. Wouki you stuff and address 1,000 envekjpes for $1,000 dollars'?Call317-290-7535. I Free 24 hour recorded message. HELP WANTED BE ON T.V. many needed for commercials. Now hirlrKj all ages. For casting into call 615-7797111ext. T144. Household Cleaners wanted, days no weekends or hoMdays. $5.03 after IrcinJnq, paid sick days, vacation & holidays. Grime Busters 7981002, JOBS IN Kuwait 1ax free construction workers $75,000 engineering $200,000 oil fiekj workers $100,000. Call 1-800743-3440 ext. 329. VOLUNTEERS WANTED for beauty makeover, no charge to customer. Bring recent photo to Beauty Corner 303WaferSt.HD. Senior citizens wanted also. RN evenings LPN all shifts & Dietary Aides. Del MarGairdens361-6111. GLEN HALLA Health Care Center has immediate openings for certified nurse's aides & LPNs. If you woukJ liketo be part of our team, call Jeanne between Sam3pm at 565-8748. Excellent benefits & competitive wages. EOE THANK YOU ST. JUDE. May the Sacred Heart of Jesus be adored, gbrif ied, teved and preserved throughout the world, now and forever. Sacred Heart of Jesus pray for us. St. Jude, worker of miracles, pray for us. St. Jude, helperof the hopeless, pray for us. Say this prayer 9 times a day, your prayers will be answered. h has never been known to fail. Publication must be promised and done. MD FRIGIDAIRE WASHER/ dryer, excel, cond., 2932837. BC NSA WATER FILTERSWholesale cost to caller 294H4188. BC Remington Model 78 3006 never been fired, $225,389-2681. HELP WANTED BOBS ALL FAMILY RESTAURANT now accepting applications for dishwashers, cooks, waitresses. Apply in person, 761 Nev. Hw Hwy., ^lEED. IMMEDIATELTl!' Home Assembly people, willing to earn up to $369 per week, assembling products at home. No ex-, perience necessary.! Send self-addressed; stamped envelope to: H^inrtcrafls 2830 Marathon" Drive, Heriderson, I^V 89014. COSTCO Wholesale is now accepting applk:ations lor the following positions: cashiers, callers, membership clerks, stockers, bakers, meat cutters. Please apply at any Nevada Emptoyment Security Dept. in the greater Las Vegas valley. No phone calls please. EOE SCHOOLS RESUMES Composed, Edited, Type<4-Fast & Accurate BEE'S BUSINESS SVC. UOOCdorado, C, B.C. 293-5361 TEACHER NEEDED credits in Child DcvelopTient. Firnpntiiry Education, Secondary Education. Oaklaiie Academy 293-5188 1308 Wyoming St. Boulder City. CASINO DEALING Timin lo become a Cuino Dealer. Finiiicial Aid Available toqualifiedipplicants. Room & Board packagei. PnfeiMioiul DtaUrt School of America 382-1478 ANIMAL LOVERS Veterina/y Office Aiiistant Professional Dog Groomer SCHOOL Proftssioiud Careen 732-1304 Las Vegas, NV PROFESSIONAL SERVICES HARD WORKING family man does odd Jobs, Sr. discount Call Earl 5643495. Portable Welding, Wrought Iron repairs, gates etc. Call 565-5071 anytime. THE HOLE DIGGER.'! can dig it if ypu canl. Trees, bushes, fence posts, mail boxes. 5642206. ••••••••••••••••• Nursing Assistants KIMBEMY&b^ QLMirYCME NV Certified Nursing Assistants Homemakers Desired for in-home assignments and private duty. Top wages, new hire tx>nus and other benefits. (One year recent work experience required) 737-5300 Equal Opportunity Emptoyer M/F/H ••••••••••••••••• WE WILL move you anywhere in town, comm/ res. Also load/unload your rental truck. Free est. 565-9675. CUSTOM LANDSCAPE design & consultatbn & installation. Ph. 4547625. SAVE $$$$ Auto electric, locksmith alarm system, car stereo, auto safety. Don't come to us, I come to you day & nite. Beeper 599-6611 office 566-1208. APPLIANCE REPAIR $5 service call, free estimates, family owned & licensed since '83. All work fully guaranteed. .see-gsTo ••••A********* ^ick Davis Masonry ^ ^ustom Work. Licensed 4]f& Bonded 564-9107 Or* jfbeeper 252-5809. • OENERAL LABORS/PRODUCTION WORKERS & CLERICAL Immediate Openings Good Pay — No Fee MANPOWER TEMPORARY SBCVICES 30 A Water Street Henderson, NV 565-5554 Copies 100 Each ODIE'S MOBILE HOME SERVICE Ml.bC f^Lf'AIR:-, • HU' MP'LI TL NLVVncDtS MKMArjDan Odegaard Call 293-7108 LEGAL SECRETARYfor busy Henderson law office. Minimum 2 yrs experience required, salary DOE, 564-2503. Ask for Tassy. RMIDS WANTED non smoker, apply in person SANDS MOTEL 809 Nev. Hwy. BC MOTEL MAID and/or laundry person, experienced only apply in person. Best Western Lake Mead Motel 85 W. Lake Mead Dr. Paint average house $250. 24 years experience. Work guaranteed. Call Jim 565-4460. IRONING, excellent work, reasonable rates. 564-5126. Rick Davis Masonry Custonfi Work. 564-9107 or beeper 252-5809 %?7 SEE-MOORE CLEARLY ^ WINDOW CLEANING Reasonable Rates Jeff Kincaid 294-1114 CASH PAID FOR AUTOGRAPHS OF FAMOUS PEOPLE All lttra Photos, Documento, otc.... of PreoMonte, Movie Stars, Sclontlsta, MiMiclane, Inventors, Archttacta and all othar Famoua Paopla. Alao oM pra-'70 MaKN' Magailnaa. CALL 565-0319 We bave s long reacbt Our CLASSIFIEDS reach • BOULDER CITT • HENDERSON • GREEN VALLET CaU today 293-2302 or 864-1881 <3. THE CAVANAUqHrSi PAINTING Intarlor / Exterior 294-1422 Uemw0d HAULING & REMOVAL All Types of Deiiris, Weeds, TrMh, Rocks Removed 24 Hr. Free Estimates Tom 564-5396 CeHulv 376-5715 ROCKSCAPE 565-5459 LQRLGINAL Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Page 9 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES PROFESSIONAL SERVICES IFFY I RIM LAWN CARE "W V/oik While You Play" Llcan$0d • Insured ^ .,, HENDERSON -^m )r^^* GREEN VALLEY 565-1593 J. lack MounUil Electric Uc. 32035 Bonded Fan lltss, Dryer Hookups, Range, AC Hookups, Custom Homes No Job Too Big or Small Jeff 565-1651 H HONEY DO'S ANDYMAN SERVICED SPRINKLERS AND TIMERS repaired artd replaced 294-3071 566-6811 POOL SERVICE $65 per mo. Includes chemicals and filter cleans. Since 1973. Quality Service 458-2087 Kevin McGuire PROFESSIONAL SERVICES PROFESSIONAL SERVICES SANIXGRAVEL DELIVERY For Homaownars Sllt-3/8' reject for landscaping, top-soil, all masonry sand & gravel-decorative rock. Sat. delivery available Call REX 898477 ORNAMENTAL IRON GATES Chain Unk Fences & Dog Runs Fortune Fencing since 1963 565-5384 LIC 59065-A HEALTH INSURANCE • Rasonabia Rates • Guaranlaad Ranewat>le • DenUI Available • Individual or Group • Most Pre-ExIstIng Condltiona Covered Call NORM SCHWARTZ for more Info 737-7222 HOWARD HELDERLEIN CONSTRUCTION Commercial • Residential • Remodels and Additions _„_ —1 Ucense #021013 5o5-Uo74 SPECIALIZED AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE "Let Ken Perkins Perk Up Your Car" Carburetor RetNJildIng Electrical Repairs/Tune Ups Classic Car Repairs AC Services 745 Sunset West No. 5 Work 564-3664 Henderson, NV 89015 Home 564-0684 DON'T IMOVE REMODEL DW CONSTRUCTION Don Western LL:f0030344 294-7754 MURRAY MAINTENANCE Caipentry, Painting, ulasa Repairs AH HouaehoM Repairs Roof Repairs M3.5110 LAWN CARE Itoliable sarvka, reasonable rotes, 15 yrs exp. Uc. boncled and Insured. 293-7072 AARON FENCING Free Estimates Chain Link Fencing 20 Years Exp. 1*11.451-8190 State Lie. #15332 THOMPSOIV9 HOME MAEVTENylMCE & COOLER SERVICE 5C5-SSS0 ••••••••• • MARY KAY • • COSMETICS* • Dee Dee Senko • • 293-5550 • ••••••••• WULPBi ElECTRIC Ucensed Bonded Insured Lie. No. 15187 Call 293-4899 D & R LANDSCAPING &LAWN MAINTENANCE Down To Earth Prlcas 566-6290 after 3 pm. BASIC NATURE CARPET CLEANERS Henderson s Finest 564-6716 Rock yards DESERT LANDSCAPING CUSTOM DESIGN*' Yours or Ours ALL COLORS" "ALL SIZES" 565-8865 INSURANCE TOO HIGH? Too Many Tickets? SR-22 Needed? Call Morrow Insurance Agoncy Qreen Valley 451 ^SSSS HANDY RANDY "The Affordsble Handyman" •Property Mslntensnce •Quality Worfcmenship •Rental Reconditioning •Reliable Service If You're Fussy, Call Me—5t/s/acr/on Suarantaed 294-8494 SHERMAN CONCRETE Licensed & Bonded Lie. 130046 Free Eatlmatas 294-2843 HONEY— DO—IT JOBS: Need Shelving Built New Counter Tops • Kitchen or Bath Remodeled -Remodel Rooms -Painting in or out -Exterior Repairs Decks or Patio Covers -Furniture Refinished If You Can't Gat Honey To Gat Around To It Call Ma 25 Yaara Experience By the Job or by tha Hour 565-3777 HANDYMAN • Complete Home Repair • Coolers • Sprinklers • Plumbing • Painting • New Doors • New Locks • Carpentry YOU SAVE $$$$ Del 564-7379 LICENSED HANDYMAN Complete Home Repair • Carpentry • Cabinets • Drywall Cell Rick at 564-7488 or Pager: 599-7474 THE SALVATION ARMY IS IN DESPERATE NEED OF FURNITURE AND CLOTHES. PLEASE CALL THE SALVATION ARMY PICKUP AT 649-2374-5-B FRANK'S TV & APPLIANCE SALES & SERVICE For In home service call 385-9959 M/.GNAVOX • MGA • SYIVANIA • PHRCO • PHIUIPS • SNnH FACnXYAimiOiaZKD SERVICE BACKHOE and BOBCAT SEBVICE •Lots Graded •Ditching 30 Years Experience — Hourly Rates CariW. Ftri 298-0598 • • • • • • "' ^ MIKE MORRISON ELECTRIC, INC. Licensed-Bonded-lnsured Lie 130425 CaH 564-2145 CHERRY /'""^ Landscaping Co. >w^^ • Lawn Maintenance • Free Estimates Shrubbery Pruning • Clean-ups • Sprinkler MalnL & Rapair • Fertilizing JEFF CHERRY Lt .I64^2B3 564-8652 BOULDER CONCRETE WANTS TO MEET YOUR CONCRETE NEEDS FOR FREE ESTIMATES AND QUALITY WORKSMANSHIP CALL MICK CASEY BOULDER CITY 293-1571 M&M Wallpaper Installstlon •Stripping •Interior Pamting Free Eatlmatea 454-3903 SEAMSTRESS Complete sewing service 564-7029 MSTA CLEAN JANn-QRIAL SERVICE Includes all phase* of Janitorial cleaning. insurad Lie *S2220 293-3316 Office 364-4262 Beeper MCS GARDENING LI c ansa d iMwn Mainienanee — Emarg. Pipa ft Valva Rapair • Tree Trimming -Thatch/Raaeacl •Laivn Clasn-up & Haul Offa •Rasidantial I Commarclal For a FREE Etdmate Call 564-6742 senior Discounts* Strcafifree WincCows THE AFFORDABLE CHOICE COMMERCIAL • RESIDENTIAL • NEW CONSTRUCTION STEVE CAWARD 293 • 7098 HAULING •ConstructionCleanup 'Trees Removed • Rubbish Hauled • BIdgs Torn Down LOW LOW PRICES Free Estimates DICK'S TRUCKING 565-9729 Morrell Martin ureen uro LAWN CARE •Hydroseeding • FeitiUzatioii •AenlkMi • Overseedlng Lkxmed & hMored Devon Labrum Call for Free Estimate ... 294-1424

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tmmmmmmmmmmm Page 10 Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Tuesday, October 1,1991 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES PROFESSIONAL SERVICES TRIM LAWN Co. Lawn maintenance, yard cleanup. Dependable, free estimates. 5647109. ELECTRICIAN Certified Journeyman All Work to Code Res Comm., Indust. 564-1101 KEEP IT CLEAN! 11 you nd your home or offlcs cleaned, call ut firstl Llcenied tnd Iniured. Serving BC, Henderton and Green Valley. 293-0470 LAWN MAIIVTENANCE Reasonable & Dependable 565-6428 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES ^^n DEAN'S BODY & PAINT EXPERT BODY WORK AUTO GLASS INSTALLED INSURANCE WORK FOREIGN & DOMESTIC LIGHT MECHANIC WORK & LIGHT A.C. WORK It ma ixpEaENce aSSAtt E FOR FREE ESTIMATES —i 565-8200 I 852 E. LAKE MEAD DR. HENDERSON, NV 89015 3f KEN'S MAINTENANCE & HANDYMAN SERVICE AH. Types of Maintenance I Can Fix or Make Most' Anything Serving the Community for 5 Years 293-0045 HOUSE RENTALS BOUSES FOR RErT. PH. 565-7141 SINCE 1977 BLACK MOUNTAIN PLUMBING SERVICE FAST SERVICE •DRAIN & SEWER 'GARBAGE DISPOSALS LINES CLEANED INSTALLED •REPAIRS AND •HOT WATER HEATERS MAINTENANCE INSTALLED •NEW FIXTURES -SERVICE WITHIN J INSTALLED THE HOUR IN MOST CASES Mon.-Fri 7-5 p.m. • SaL 73 p.m. • Sun. Cloaad RESIDENTIAL • COMMEHCIAL RWentlal & Commardal STATE CONTRS. LC. NO. 0019549 QRE£N VALLEY BOULDER CITY HENDERSON 294-7713 5656749 MEND AREA 3 bdrm, 2 ba, garage $695. mo. PH 873-6954. AVAIL IMMEDIATELY BC Remodeled 2 bdrm, 1 ba. New paint, carpet, verticals,* mini's central heat/air, desert landscaping, no pets. $695/ mo inc. utilties. & $350 .cleaning depo. after5 pm. 294-1598. Be HARWOOD APPLIANCES 101-BW.Atlantic Sales, Service/ Parts, Supplies Major Credit Cards 564-2210 Mon,Fri8-6,Sat8-2 KEY LARGO 3 bdrm, fam. rm, 1-3/4 baths, washer, dreer, refrig. $1000 mo. Avail Nov. 1 818-782-2053 eves, be FOR RENT: 1-2-3 BEDROOM TRAILERS 555-' 7141. HALF-DUPLEX FOR RENT, 2 bdrm 1ba, $500/ mo, 803 Wyoming, Owner/Licensee 2937551. be VACANT RENTALS— immediate & easy movein. Call American Family Realty for details. 4542878. 4bdrms, 2 bath,fireplace, fully fenced $775 Ph. 565-6119 or 645-6162. 3..BDRM, 2 bath Lewis home near Fay Galloway school $850 mo. PH 5647301 after 5 pm. RENTALS available as low as $395 to $1375.2, 3 & 4 bedrooms available. Call American Family Realty 454-2878. LOOK FOR BIG SALE CLOCK REPAIR & SERVICE ON ALL MAKES OF CLOCKS •All Woric Guaranteed •No Repair No Charge •AU Woric Done On Premlaea •Honae Calls $50 OPEN NkF 10-5 ( ai> MtTl, Miiskr lloroiojiisl 5.V. A\c. M, iJoiikki (ilv • 294-IIMi; CB D & ^ HOSE & H FITTING SUPPLY "Formerly House of Hose" 745 W. Sunset #6 Henderson, Nevada 89015 (Between Boulder Hwy & 1-95) Phone # Fax # 565-1288 565-1772 All Types Hose & Fittings Pick Up & Delivery Available On Call Service Available See Mii(e or Milt For Hj^H Anything You Need! HH NEW For rent 3 bedroom home unfurnished, yard fully enclosed, landscaped, gazebo, view of the valley from elevated sun deck, quiet. No pets. $975 mo. 564-1986 evenings only. 2 BDRM, 1-1/2 bath home close to school, no pets. $550 month. Se c. 8. 564-2377. 4 Bdrm., 2 story w/loft. Spectacular 3,000 sq. ft. home in Whitney Ranch, avail, now $1375. Call American Family reaity, 45 4-2878. HIGHLAND HILLS home for rent 3 bdrm, 2 bath, close to school $830 + deposit. Ready Oct. 1 564'1605. 4 bdrm 1 3/4 bath, Lewis Home, 2 car garage, fresh paint, $875 mo/+ $875 depo. avail 10/1, 294-0261 or 294-0323. BC FURNISHED 1 bdrm mobile home. 565-0728. ACTION MOBILE WASH MOBILE MINI BLIND CLEANING PRE-HOUDAY cleaning special. Mini blinds cleaned and waxed. Anti-static applied to minimize future disting. $7.99 each. Every 5th blind free with this ad. Call for appointment 379-9394 HOUSE RENTALS 4BDRM2BAw/DEN,lrg yard. Executive model, yard service ina, avail. 10/1, $975 mo plus depo. 293-0414 or 293-0805. BC NEAR SMITHS $725 per month. 2 bdrm, 2 bath, 2 car garage with lots of extras eves. 565-7859. NEWER Henderson home 3 bdrm, 2 bath, fireplace, dishwasher, range, refrig, & dbl garage w/opener. New carpet & paint. $625.2936593. AVAILABLE NOW 619 OTONO 3 bdrm, converted garage. Month to month or lease option. Please call for details. Great Nevada Properties 871-0223 or 283-4488 BC CARPENTER Roofing Room Additions Patios Decks For Free Estimates Call Brian 564-8703 FOR LEASE OR LEASE WITHOPTDNTOBUY. Boulder City home, 2200 sq.ft. POOL 294-8463. be 2 BDRM DUPLEX, builtins, carpet, drapes, water and sewer dd, $550/ nno plus depo 293-3468. BC LEASE ONLY 4 bdrm, 3 bath den w4rpl, beautiful pooi,HighlandHp,e)oseiJu;rty;~CaircTrs"434 to schools & shopping, kids & pets welcome. Catie 565-5692. BLACK MOUNTAIN HENDERSON 3 bdrm. 2 bath, garage, new carpet $750 plus deposit, no pets. 565-9239. CONDO RENTALS HENDERSON CONDO Studio size fenced yard, clean, $295 + deposit. 564-1509 or 452-4884. FOREVER view 2 bdrm, 2 bath, 1 car garage, former model, pool, spa, $700 per mo. $300 se8909. 2 Bedroom Condo. Exelusive executiva area in Green Valley, tennis court, pool & 2 car garage. $825. CaH American Family Realty 4542878. CONDO RENTALS 2 BDRM 2 BA, covered ? rkg, fp, all appliances, 625/mo 293-4357 on714-828-7744. BC BC CONDO 2 bdrm 1 1/ 2 ba, nice yard, small pet OK non-smokers only $695, 293-2929 or 2941102 eves. BC APT. RENTALS Weekly Kitchenettes. Call 565-7929. GREEN VALLEY CONDO Only $65,000. Perfect 10 2 Good sized bdrms/garage/ all appl. stay. Lovely grounds w/2 pools an tennis courts. Vacant, ready for that special person that likes nice living. To see call Lola Ross. 368-1850 wk. or home 645-1179. APT RENTALS FOR RENT 1 bdrm aptsT unfumishsd, all utilities pd except elec., sgl occupancy. No pets. $300 565-9848. StudnApL $310 month plus $250 dep. No Pets. Call Mike Imburger 5640811 or Ben 399-2181. 307 E. Minister Ct., Apt. F HD. mr 1 BLOCK frwn Basic High 2 bdrm $450 month—deposits, 2nd floor, laundry facilities on premises, children & cat OK. Avail about Oct. 1 454-5267 if no answer, please leave message. WEEKLY RATES, $115 per wk. Boulder Dam Hotel 293-1808, 1305 Arizona, BC 2 bdrm 2 ba in Boulder City, fireplace, washer/ dryer, carport, $600 mo. 293-6213. BC NEW KITCHENETTES, phone, satellite, maid service. STARVIEW MOTEL 293-1658. be STUDIO APT. for rent utilities pakf. 565-9318. FOR RENT-Studio Apartment, Uptown Area. Utilities pakJ. $375, must furnish references. 2933958. BC FOR RENT: Kitchenettes $55 wek. Utilities paid. Shady Rest Motel, 5657 688. Hend. RIDGE APTS. UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. New 2 bdrm, 2 ba, laundry facilities. Children welcome. No pets. 2935609. BC FURNISHED studio apt. 6037 Boulder Hwy. LV. $75 weekly, utilities pd., no pets. 454-3420. 2 BDRM deposit $250, monthly rent $425. Call Dot 399-2181. No pets. Off BouMer Hwy. & Ma)or. 307 Minister Ct. Teddy's Kitchenettes, Just bring your toothbrush. Everything furnished. Ph. 293-1716, B.C ^ WEEKmaTCHEfTETTES. No pets. Western Inn. 294-(>393 or 2932044. BC APARTMENTS 2 bdrm 1 bk>ck from Skyline Casino. 564-0853. 218 #2 Merlayne. DESERT INN MOTEL Nk dean rooms starting $90 wk. Also maki serves, cotor TV, Kitchenettes avail. 293-2827. 800 Nev. Hwy. BC APARTMENT for rent, walking distance from downtown Henderson $500 month plus security deposit. Call after 5pm 565-4051. UNFURNISHED 2 bdrrr apt. Very nk:e & clean VVater & garbage fum., No Pets. Reference! Needed. Avail 10/1.5656814. FREE UTILITIES-Las Vegas Child/Pet OK, fenced yd, 1 bdrm furnished $140 wk or $495 mo. 312 Cleveland #3 459-9690 or 383-3230. Also 3017 E. Carey 3, 649-0736. Also 2 bdrm furnished $595 mo. or $175 wk 459-9690 or 384-2981. Sr. discount. Jr. 1 bdrm NLV near Freeway $395 mo. or $125 wk 649-7251 or 459-9690. FOR RENT STUDIO APTS. $350 montti. plus deposit Available Now 564-1023 MONTE CARLO APTS. 2 Bdrm, 1 Bath 808 Cantar HD $450 par month For Information Phone 565-8564 alao 564-9093 FOR RENT STUDIO APARTMENTS $350 No Deposits to Senior Citizens Available Now. 564-1023 APARTMENTS AS LOW AS $265 a MONTH Furnished 564-6952 APARTMENTS AVAILABLE 1, 2,3 Bedroom Units For info call 293-1615 or 294-0577 HOURS: 9 to 5 Mon-Sat CASADE ALICIA APTS. M& Mil APTS. Profeaalonally managed by Equinox Davaiopmant, Inc. MOVE IN SPECIAL $200 OFF 1st MONTH'S RENT 2 bdrm, unfurnished, pool & play yard. Near school & shojaping. Free Cable TV short term lease & rent from $440 per month. ,^^ ^ 730 Center St. Henderson, NV 565-7512 HENDERSON PLAZA APARTMENTS 730 Center St. Henderson, NV 565-7512 '^ 2 bdrm, unfurnished, pool & play yard. Near schools & shopping. Free Cable TV $200. OaOBER SPECIAL— $250 OFF MOVE-IN 2 bedroom Townhome apartments. Pool/spa, free cable, dishwastier, close to schools & shopping. From $540. Gateway Village 1100 No. Center HO 564-2258 ATLANTIC CITY APARTMENTS Clean, Quality 1-2-3 Bedroom Apartments In Henderson • Central Air & Heat • Appliances • Drapes • Carpets • Water Paid • Washer/Dryer Available. 2 Bedroom apts are $445 per month, newly remodeled, spacious, near schools, park & shopping. Move in today COMMERCIAL PROPERTY 6750 SW. FT. BulkJing zoned CM in B.C. includes offk:e8, 3 bdrm reskJence and 2 story shop area. 1.9 acres net. Primerk:a Realty, Inc. Call Gary 293-6573. BC COMMERCIAL RENTALS OI-FICE SPACEI RETAIL SPACEI Call Bart Hyde Realtor 293-6014 BC COMMERCIAL RENTALS ^Ok R^NT-Availabla immediately, 400 sq. ft. office $285 (tio, 1400 Colorado St. BC 2935361 (Bee). BC Oflice/Warehouse tor Rent, $625 per month, approx. 1200sq.ft. 520 W. Sunset Rd. 3 HD. Call Diana 362-0423 or Greg 364-9030. BRAND NEW OFFICE/ WAREHOUSE, Condo for rent 1800 sq. ft., 2 ba., kitchen, 3 offices, great k)catk>n, any use, l900/mo 294-0310. BC RETAIL SPACE FOR LEASE 1980 sq. ft. prime location on Boulder l-lwy. Very reasonable. Call Bob or Carol 565-5854 STORAGE YARD for rent, 1400 sq.ft.. fenced yard, & zoned, Ik^ensed for warehouse/storage, easy access BouMer & Sunset, all or part. Call 564-5126 or 564-0147. VACATION RENTALS FOR RENT 200 sq. ft. storage room $60 per month. 293-7298 or 2944169. Buying Selling, Or Renting A Vacation Time Share? Call the experts for free informatrani 1800-72-CONDO, 1-8O0722-6636. ff^.'^M-^ RETAIL OFnCB SPACE FOR LEASE Approx. 840-3.100 tq. (L First WaiMm Plaza 1000 Nev Hwy, Boulder City 293-23S7 294-3071 OFFICES FOR RENT From 250 sq. ft. Very reasonable. Boulder Theater Buikiing. 293-1283 tTORAQI rOR RENT An SIzas — Fenced Rasldant Manager Maar Sunset Mountain Vlata 4S8-39eO ??—^ 400 SQ. FT OFFICE SPACE 1581 Foothill Dr. 294-2215 BC Time share units and campground memberships. Distress salesCheapll Worldwide selections. Call VACATION NETWORK U.S. and Canada 1-800-736-8250 or 1-305-566-2203 Free rental information 1 -305563-5586. FOR RENT 1988 ALLEGRO MOTORHOME 27'. C all 293-4161. BC Time share units and campground memberships. Distress salesCheapll Worldwide selecttons. Call VACATION NETWORK U.S. and Canada 1-800-736-8250 or 1-305-566-2203 Free rental information 1 -305563-5586. ROOMS FOR RENT REAL ESTATE UNFURNISHED private entrance bath, walk ij ebset $300 per moQ utilities ind hookupjHMnTTno house leges, will have own [eys. 566-0863. REAL ESTATE 293-6014 & ASSOCIATES T — 1325 Arizona Street • Boulder City, 89005 HOMES LAND BUSINESS INVESTMENT CONSULTANTS PROPERTY MANAGEMENT BOULDER CITY CUSTOM ON DOUBLE LOT WTTH views of lake. Dining room, family room, huge 2 sided brick fireplace, game room off pool. 4 bdrm 4 bath, beautifully landscaped. $298,500. COMFORTABLE LIVING over 1100 sq. ft on corner lot Brick fireplat^, Central heat and air. Only $99,500. LAKEVIEW AREA CONDO 2 bdrm, 21/2 bath. $129,900. STEAL ME! 5 bdrm, 3 bath, close to school, assumable loan. $117,500. LAKE MEAD DRE/VM nestled among natural rock that adds to the delight of this Tri level w/pool and waterfall off Irg. family rom. Spectacular view fi'om open living area and deck. $2S5,000. SUPERIOR CONSTRUCTION!! Sets high above Lake Mead. Over 2800 sq. ft. living area, 1200 sq. ft. garage and workshop. Energy efficient and low maintenance $315,000. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY, Restaurant, turnkey operation. Successful established location in Marshall Plaza. Call Pat for details. THE ULTIMATE IN PRIVACY!! Custom 3300 sq. ft, lovingly maintained, very high atop 31/2 private acres w/desert landscaping, breathtaking 360 degree views of picturesque Boulder City and surrounding desert mountain range and golf course trom this very private estate reached by 500 ft. long lighted driveway. Tile roofed, 4 bdrm, 3 bath, stone fireplace and spacious family room, air condittoned RV oversized garage with indoor/ outdoor dog nm, separate guest house w/ bath. Large 20 x 38 swiming pool with auto/ cover, diving board, underwater lighting. Many extras, minutes to Lake Mead and convenient to Las Vegas. Seeing Is believing! Call Bart for details. HENDERSON/GREEN VALLEY GREEN VALLEY HEIGHTS—Beautiful 3 bdr 2 3/4 ba, 2 car garage, private spa. Won't last long at $158,500. Bluffs Condo 526 Sutter'i MUl Rd., 2 bdrm, 2 bath, 1 car garage $90,000. Mt. Charleston Cond—1 bdrm fUrnlshed $68,500. REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE ••••••• "We're Sold On You" tij:s REALTY ASSOCIATES *TASTEFU^-2 bed, 2 batli, 2 car garage In* ^exccUent condltk)n. BuUt in 1985 70 X110 lot very ^ ^ Best Buy in Area. Ask for Peggy $83,000. ^ *NEW ON MARKET—Never bi this life will you* '^flnd more home for your dollar than in this^ .prestigious 4 br. custom, approx. 3000 sq. ft witli. ^pool, great location call today for appointment. ^ ^ 1550 SF, 4 BD, 1J BTH In town kKatktn ck>se toy^ shopping affordable price—bring your paint brush and save. Owner will carry. ^ *2850 SF OF LUXURIOUS LIVING at its coo-, ^temporary best Fabulous kitchen. Neutral cokirs.^ ^ 12 ft celling. M/B with spa. Open floor plan. 3 cT-k jLgarage. 120 x 135 tot Choice location. Ask for^^ Dave. .j^AREA'S BEST BUY!—3 BD—Bay whidows—^ .pride of ownership total of 1900 SF on 120 x 165 *k)t. Rear and sides walled, ready for pool. Very^ ^nke cozy family home waiting for you. Low^^ .xdown—Desirable neighborhood ^ •"SONORA MODEL" Shows weU—1615 SF nice* y^ landscaping low down. Priced Right ^ • 566-6700 • 109 Water St. (Located in Valley Bank BMg.) ••••••••••••••••• JR REALTY Sm jAnn nnr\rr^c^ir\nM n l> ATTENTION, ATTENTION Ail first time buyers/first time Investors, here Is the once In a llfetlms opportunity a large 3 bedroom 1 bath horns. A IHtls work on this houss will make you a lot of money. Call for Details. TOUCH OF VICTORIAN on the Golf Course. Executhre home—Lots of oak and tils—Oourmet kitchsn. RELIABLE NEST—ThIsS bedroom Is Supsr-Sharp, neat and clean. Lush landscaping, fenced and asking only $69,000. TWO FABULOUSCUSTOM HOMESin Mission Hills—1 acre gross—Lots each wKh double views—Both prteetf to selL 3 NEW CUSTOM HOMES—3 different floor plans—3 different types of financing available—Buy 1 get 6 pack of PepsL Buy 2 or more get free cass and large pizza. PRIDE OF OWNERSHIP-3 Bedroom 2 Bath, 2 car garage. Security BarsExtra Nevada Room not Included In Square Footage. LOW LOW DOWN—Owner financing in Highland Hills. Home under $100,000. GENUINE CLASSIC—This New Age 4 bedroom has a Birds-eye view of the Las Vegas Lights. Ovsr 3100 square feet, and asking only $169,000. GREEN VALLEY SPECIAL-At $112,900 for ths 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath 2 Car Garage home. Low maintenance yard plus cksse to shopping a value you Just can't pass by. BUY OF THE WEEKIl Custom Home Just buiK—3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, Huge k>t-prlced lessthan tract houses. Call Now. HICKORY DICKERY DOCK-nAcross from Elementary school—ons of ths best values In Highland Hills Area. 3 Bedroom, 1 3/4 Bath, 2 Car Garage. Covered Patk>—Needs TLC. Seller wants an offsr now. Very llbth/ated. Current Appraisal $89,500. EASYMONEY—3 Bedroom Chamner, friendly neighborhood, close to schools and shopping. Won't take much to get Into this ons at only $67,000. LOTS OF CUSTOM FEATURES In this home. 4 Bedroom, 2 Bath—Nice pool and spa room—2 Lhring rooms Formal dining roont ALL FOR ONLY $84,900. Call quk:kly this ons wool last k>ng. FAMILY NEIGHBORHOOD-Shows like a modal 3 Bedrooms—fireplsce In living room—Garage—Immaculate, Can move right In. NO QUAUFYINO-Qreat big older FourlMdroom, Just under 1600 sq. ft. Complete with pool and many extras. Asking $85,000. BUY NOW-LOWEST INTEREST RATES IN 17 YEARS-YOU CAN AFFORD MORE THAN YOU THINK— 204 W. PaeHiB Aw.. Hmdtnon eintf>'MMclCMiyI1 fWEMUCowenloii EOMl HoMin OuMrtk tWH OFRCEIWEPEMIENTIY OM*ED AND OPBWICO )hm Tuesday, October 1,1991 REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING mmm 4 p.m. Friday for Henderson Tuesday issue Noon Tuesday for Henderson Thursday, Boulder City and Green Valley issues CONTACT: RICHARD OUv OFFICE: (702) 458-8888 PAGER: {702) 388-1873 HOME (702) 283-4815 TOLL FREE: 1-800-266-4815 Buy or Sell-Call Richard Americana ^ BettoL _^ !1 INDEPENDENTLY OWNED t OPERATED 2625 N. Green Valley Pkvtry.. Suite 150, Green Valley, NV 89014 HENDERSON REALTY IT'S AS GOOD AS DONE. MORTGAGE RATES NEARING LOWEST POINT IIM 14 YEARS Those of you who have been hesitating to buy are strongly urged to take advantage of today's tow interest rates for easier qualifying and lower payments. CUSTOM HOMES From $90,000 Bdr Baths 1630 Arabian Ct. 4 13/4 617 Buchanan 3 2 619 Buchanan 4 2 1500 Brklla 3 13/4 160 W. Country Club 3 13/4 221 £ Country Club 4 13/4 121 £ Laval 4 13/4 760 Sandy 2 23/4 639 St. Andrews 3 13/4 1127 Shady Run 3 2 1129 ShadvRun 3 21131 Shady Run 3 2 HIGHLAND HILLS From $89,900 Bdr Baths 720 Arrowhead Tralh 4 2 843 Mainsail 4 2 601 Canyon 3 2 706 Sugarcane 4 2 846 Vermllllon 3 13/4 RIVER LANDING From $105,000 Bdr Baths 171 Anchoret. 3 2 929 Anchor Dr. 3 2 147 Emden 3 2 853 Schooner 3 2 AFFORDABLE FAMILY LIVING From $74,000 Bdr B^ths 404 Bell 4 13/4 333 W. Chesapeake 3 13/4 332 Toyabe 3 2 445 Woodrldge 3 2 581 Blackmore 4 1 1453 Chestnut 2 1 238 Concho 5, 13/4 100N.Cholla 3 13/4 CONDOS From $48,000 Bdr Baths 566 Jane Ln. 3 21/2 1603 Justin Ct. 2 1 536 Kristen Cf. 1 1 1/2 562 Sellers PL 2 11/2 579 Sellers PL 2 2 MOBILE HOMES From $58,500 Bdr Baths 415 Apache 2 2 445 Apache^ ^^_^ 25e^4/hfave 7 ^.3 2 13/4 2 1308 PotQSI 2 2 222 Neva Jo 3 1 COMMERCIAL OFFERINGS Lake Mead Drive frontage location with structure Several Water St. sites w/existlhg structures Bouk/er Hwy. site and structure Lake Mead acreage virith frontage exposure Downtown commercial office rentals 18 Water Street, Henderson, NV 88015 I702J 564-2515 ••nd"'Ciivy21RMlEaUrtiCponon /^ Ifgi Equal Homing CpporkinKy fij •—' -y2[^ INDEPENDENTLY OWNED AND OPERATEO • WMMI HORSE PROPERTY 1/ 2 acre, very custom Spanish-style home 4 bed, 2 bath, master tub w/jats, walk in closets, 2600 sq. ft. Call Sheryl Cobb 293-6036 Century 21 JR Realty. BC FOR SALE 1 bed 1 bath, bwer level Condo, very private, new washer/ dryer included, $45,500, Call Sheryl Cobb 2936036 Century 21 JR Realty. BC BCBY0WNER4bdrm1 3/4 ba, family room, pooL Re-decorated and many upgrades. $159,000. Licensee 293-5813. BC REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE ^ RSALEBYOWNERUpgraded BC 5-plex, gross $29,700. Call 2941362 leave message. Principals only BC. ASSUMABLE NO QUALITY, Very low down, 3 bdrm 2 full bath, newcarpet, large kitchen, call Sheryl Cobb 2936036 Century 21 JR Realty. BC CUST0W4 bdirm'2 1/2 bath 2100 sq.ft. near golf course. Lrg. back yard, RV parking. 293-4584. BC BOULDER CITY LEWIS HOME Prestige series. 1860 sq ft 4 bdrm, 1-3/4 ba,3cargarage, RVprkg. $175,000. 293-0176. be WANT TO KNOW WHAT YOUR PROPERTY IS WORTH? Free market analysis. Call Roger 293-2939 Realtor, Coldwell Banker/Anchor Realty. BOULDER HlUs CONDO 2 bdrm 11/2 ba, assumable loan, $71,500. By appt. only M-F after 5pm. s-S 9-6. 294-5087. BC LOW DOWN lease option terms negotiable, will help set terms to fit your budget. 2. 3 & 4 bedrooms. Call American Family Realty 454-2878. BY OWNER, Ig. beautiful custom home w/ basement price reduced, 5 bdrm. 4 t>ath. 2 car gar. with bathroom, well insulated. k>w utilities & lots of brk;k $299,000. 5660203. PRICE REDUCTION 3 bdrm 1 3/4 ba, Lewis Home, irg kitchen, fireplace, Nevada Room, RV prkg. Call Sheryl Cobb 293-6036 Century 21JR Real ty. BC A Great Time To Buy! Lowest Priced New Home in BouWer City. 3 bdrm 2 Full baUis, Ig. mastert}edroom, 2carfinishedgar.,fireplace, skylight, approximately 1400 sq. ft BRAND NEW and Waiting for ^im for Only $139,900. INCOME OVER $1500 PER MO. Three Units on a lot in Boulder City. Assume 1st TD on this 2 bdrm House, a 2 bdrm Apartment+Studio unit. 2 Oversized Garages. Only $139,900. YOU CAN OWN LOT + MOBILE HOME! This Clean 2 bedroom on a 60' x 100' Lot in BoukJer City is ideal for Isttime buyers. Lg. Kit., Bay Window, Carport, RVParking,Covered Patk) -tBeautiful Desert Landscaping. Reduced $2,000, Now $75,900 CHARMING 3 Bedroom 1 ^4 Bath on Ave. H This New Listing includes tx>nus room, patio & delightful fenced back yard, over 1300 sq. ft. Only $104,900 Call for appointment. Just $59,900 for this Boulder City Cottage on 40x100 lot. Why Rent, Ideal starter home with room to expand. Two Homes in Super Convenient Area-$79.900for 2 bedrm. & $87,900 forS bedrm with full basement forstorage. both have back yards to expand -tR V parking -talley access. EXQUISITE LIVING!! Relax in this Elegant 2 bedrm. Regatta Polnte Condo. approx. $30,000 In upgrades & Improvements including, Spa.Tile, 30' x 18' Dura cool patio, dbl. gar., + $159,£ Fabulous Lake Vj^wTownhonri^ I New Listing, Lake Terrace. Front Row, Across from Clubhouse, iTennis Ct., Super Becon Model. With Many Extras.$199,500 Lake View Lot I at 801 Robinson Lane, comer lot, Utilities on property. Owner Will Carry w/ 20% dn. CALL MANNY 294-0870 COLDWELL BANKER DARWIN BIBLE Member of Exclusive COLDWELL BANKER Presidents Circle Consistent multl-nilllk>n dollar member Also, llcenaed aucttoneer COLDUieLL BANKER • PAUL GARGIS & ASSOCIATES Call Darwin 293-3996 .„„ t^ OfKMIUNrTT LOVELY RANCHETTE on Russell Rd. In Us Vegas. This home Is one of a kind. Retired ranchers dream. Call for list. $359,000. COMNG SOON IN BOULDER CITY. Lovely 4 bdrm home with new mother In law quarters or huge private master bedroom in rear. Lrg. Lot and lots of xtras. BOULDER CITY BAIT AND TACKLE SHOP with excellent tocation, equipment and lease. Reduced to $50,000. BOULDER CITY 4 BEDROOI^f\V,0 on Northrldge. Lovely home. $137,500. ^^ BOULDER CITY 3 BEDR0OM^0^^'l1• New carpeting. Lush Landscaping $114,500. ^ GREEN VALLEY BEAUTY. Owner transferred and family must foltow. House full of love. Too many amenities to list. Exquisite and Only $127,500. LOVELY MOUNTAIN RETREAT k>cated In Callente. Low down and excellent ternts. TWo bdrm home. Garage and large lot only $59,500. 8 HILL LOT with breathtaklrwnVP>-ots of site work completed. $125,000 ^^ $125,000 Solid eight Inch log walls. To gOVrn LINCOLN LOG HOME ON 1/2 acrtii' f)se zoned section 4 Henderson. or words $107,000. LOULDEJ DAM, REALTY 1 mil I2934663 1664 NEVADA HWY., "Marshall Plaza" 80ULDER CITY, NV 89005. **Lott Of Parking** **EatyAcceM'^ Open 9-5 M-Sat PHHrs:8am-8pm FAX:70^29^-4645 CELEBRATING OUR 2ND YEAR IN MARSHALL PLAZAI TO COMMEMORATE THIS EVENT. WE ARE OFFERING A FREE HMS HOME WARRANTY ISSUED AT CLOSING ON ALL BUYERS RESIDENTIAL CONTRACTS WRITTEN BY BOULDER DAM REALTY IN THE MONTH |0F SEPTEMBER 19911 THINKING OF BUYINQ7...N0W IS THE TIMEIf {GREAT SELECTIONS & GREAT BUYS ON OUR FREE LIST OF ALL 'PROPERTIES ON MARKET BY ALL AGENCIESI RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL INCOME LOTS RENTALS AFTER HOURS CALL: 702Mary Board 293-7254 Lktette Davis. 293-1097 Cristlna Le Breton 2934116 Roberta McLean 294-1730 Ellen Lamb Stromberg.. 293-6508 Beth Deane, BROKER.. .293-7074 "** Sunday & Evenings by Appt ** CALL ABOUT THE NEW a LAKE VIEW | LOTS FROM 118K d REAL ESTATE ONE ACRE IN FISHER PEN. Industrial Park. All utilities, to site, ail offsites completed. Primerica Reatty. call Cary 293-6573. BC LEWIS PRESTIGE 2 story, 4 bdrm, 21/2 bath. Large yard. Ready to move in. 801 Marita Dr. $163,300. Call for appt. 294-2364. BC FOR SALE OR LEASE Two warehouses in prime Boulder City Location. Drive by 707 CanyonRd. Than call 294-0225. be BY OWNER Golf course home, 3190 sq. ft. 4 bdrm 4 1/2 ba, 2 fireplaces, 3 car garage, many extras. $335,000.293-3384. BC FOR SALE BY OWNER 3 bdrm 1 3/4 bath, 1688 s.f., home w/family room & offk:e, 1 car garage 1222 Paiute Dr. Owner LK. $122,500.293-4284 for appointment. BC ESTABLISHED BUSINESS IN BC under $20,000, for sale. Low overhead. Beauty Shop. Call Sheryl Cobb 2936036 Century 21 JR Realty. BC NEW ROOFI 3 bdrm 2 bath, family room in double garage, woodburning fireplace, concrete block fence, iaroe k>t-See at 424 Daffodil. Henderson$82,500. Licensee 2931613 day 293-1598 nite. BC Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Pa|te 11 $2,500 DOWN NO QUALIFYING ASSUME 9 1/2% Larae beautiful 1900 sq. ft. 3 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths fpl, ceiling fans & mini blinds, covered patio, auto sprinklers, block wall, xint neighborhood, $129,900. Dont miss thisonel Open house daily noon-6pm. 737 Brtek Drive HND. LEASE ONLY 4 bdrm. 3 bath den w/frpi, beautiful pool. Highland Hills, ck>se to schools & shopping, kids & pets welcome. Catie 565-5692. LAS VEGAS! POOL! 3 Huge bedrooms, 21/2 baths, living room with fireplace, dining room, kitchen complete with center island and all sciences, family room, 2250 sq. ft. home with double garage. Sunken yard for privacy with 16 x 38 sparkHng pool. House freshly painted outskto, full bk>ck wal, maintenance free landscaping. This home ie bcated on wkje. beautifuliy kept street, tnm best schools, near freeway, near shopping. This is a great location and is being sold 1^ original ownerl Hurryl Hurryl They are beating down our frosted glass & wood double front doors. Asking $150,500. Owner will carry with $30,000 dwn. Principals only. See at 3628 Valencia Street. LV or call 458-5533. V//////////////////////^^^^ GrOUD. REALTORS T ^^B XXand Garteni* HOUSE FOR SALE Southwest style home, overkjoks Lake Mead, very large 3 bdmi 2 ba, Irg sunken tub in master bath, off private outdoor atrium, pool/spa. very private, Sheryl Cobb2936036 Century 21 JR Realty. BC CASH NOW! I'll buy your home & pay all costs 434-3331 'IntUpcndmtly Owned and Opcniad' CALL ABOUT THESE SPECIAL „ BOULDER CITY HOMES VIEW—LAKE—VIEW-Absolutely Incredible view of lake can be yours from thia prestlgkxialy tocated Claremont Helghta tot One of the most exclusive areas In southern Nevada. Surrounded by beautiful custom homee and breathtaking mountalna. Flnandng conskiered wKh large down. $215,000 T:40042. 21004^ Sa FT. ThIa home has CHARM, abnost 2 HOMES IN 1. Guest quarters are fully furnished and has 1 bedroom, 1 full bath, Ihring room, full kitchen and has separate entrance and utilities. Maki house has 3 bedrooms, 13/4 baths, den. Living room and dining area combo has built In china cabinet and woodbuming stovs. Weil j.. malntabied home with tots of storage and double carport with alley ^ access. $129,000 T:36893. CUSTOM BEAUTY. Built by an engineer. 1664 eq. ft with 3 bedrooms, 2 baths. This home has It ALL—security system, electronto air ctoanar, built-in vacuum, water softener and purification system, kitercom, energy efficient lighting. Handcrafted drawers and cabinets. 2 car garage with efficient lighting. Handcrafted drawers and cabinets. 2 car garage with air conditioned ivorkshop, benches and garage door opener. $138,500 T:38206. LAKE MOUNTAIN ESTATES. Sensattonal Lake Vtow. 2 bedroom, 2 baths with huge walk-In closet Super Landscaptog with covered lio & lots of storage and a targe laundry room 1,664 square ft RICE REDUCED TO $149,990. ft' ^ <\ car garage, swim-ln-place spa and gazebo. .25 acre, •> ^^^ WONT LAST: 2,300 aq and gazebo. .25 acre, v i bar & fireplace In famll^^ maintenance landecapkig, wet $195,500. T:26288. 2625 Green Valley Pkwy., Henderson 458-8888 DICK BLAIR REALTY 833 NEVADA HWY.. BOULDER CITY (702) 293-2171 tsl AFTER HO UIS CALL PaUrGurrc7.Spccr 2934*75 Marilyn J. File. 294-CS24 Andrai Aadcnoo. .293-322* Jim GoOrredsoa 293-3174 Rhood* SMge. 293-7975 Rich Moynihan • .293-1102 DalcCondIL J94-1I4 Bob Bliir, Broker. 293-2049 Serving Boulder City Since 1968 HOMES SUPER BUY—PRICED $10,000 BELOW APPRAISAL Cuatomlzed Villa Dal Prado w/larga workahop/gar, 2,000 aq. ft 4 badrma. 2^' bath, custom faalurea. HUGE LOT with apa & lota of RV pkg. REDUCED TO $199,500. WELL KEPT HOM 1 3/4 ba. 2 earful $129,500. ^ U^TDBELC hoola 3 badrma. BELOW APPRAISAL UPGRADED LEWIS HOME W/POOL 3 bad. 2 ba. 2 car gar. fam. rm, F.P. naar Golf CouraaSi 65.000. 2 BED. 1 BA. CanUal AC/Haat, garaga. $66,500. SPECTACULAR UKE VIEWI 4 bad., 4 1/2 ba., 2 car gar., fam. rm^F.P. & wl bar, game rm., over 3,200 aq. ft. $350,000. BEAUTIFUL UPGRADED LEWIS HOME. 3 bedrm, 2 Iwth, 3 car garaga. Corner lot. larga pool & spa, near golf couraa. Daalrabia at $255,0001 2 bedroom, 2 3/4 bath, covered palk>, family room, vary popular floor plan prtead to aalt at $125,000. 1,728 aq. fL, graal area naar golf courta 4 bedrm. 1 3/4 ba. extra nice kitchen with ceramic die countara, baautifiil cabinala, 2 car gar. pool & apa, RVparklng. $185,000. 3 badrm., 1 ba., 2 car carport, COMPLETELY RENOVATED THROUGHOUT. GREAT HOME FOR FAMILY OR RETIREES, EXCELLENT LOCATION, CLOSE TO DOWNTOWN. $110,000. NEW CUSTOM HOME, approx., 2000 aq. ft. 3 bdrm, 2 ba. den. Larga graal room. Ilia roof, 2 car garaga plua drcla drive and RV parking. $199,900. BRAND NEWII CUSTOM HOME, 4 BEDRM., 2 BA., 2 CAR GAR., TILE ROOF, Cov. patk), culde-aac. $239,000. UNIQUE HOME-4 bedrm, 4 be., 22'x3' GREAT RM., F.P., 3 car gar., COMPLETELY CUSTOM. $350,000. IND0MINIUM8 LAKETREE TOWNHOUSE-2 bwl., 1 ba., 2 car gar. NEWLY PAINTED INTERIOR, $96,000. LOTS OF EXTRAS IN THIS KEY LARGO HOMEII 1331 aq. fL 2 bed. 2 ba. 2 car gar. VIEW LAKE waterfall k am. wading pool. Built In Baf B-Q AND MORE $189,500. COMMERCUL REIWTAL8 Offtoe & OffkM/Whae. Spsce CALL FOR DETAILS MODULAR HOMES THIS 3 Bed. 1 3/4 Bath home SHOWS UKE A DREAM I EXTRA LARGE LOT-gorgwMia vlaw Mina. A 2-3 car carport $92,500. 20' X 40' Spartaf^E^ted In well eatabllahed, mature mobile home park—2 bed. 1 ba. fenced yard > 17* X 20' work room. $34,500. IN VALLEY VIEW ESTATES GREAT AREA FOR RETIREES 24' X 60' modular home Including land. 3 bedrm. 2 ba. upgraded throughout Juat right for "Eaay Living" $91,500. GINGERWOOD MOBILE HOME EXCEL COND. 14 X 66 2 bed. 2 ba. all appl. carport, cov. pallo. $28,500. 1,428 aq. n., 2 badrm., 1-3/4 ba., 2 car Lake Mm. Eslatea. $123,500. garage. LAND ThIa lot ready to build on with exceptional vlaw of lake & mtna. PRICED TO SELL AT $110,000. 1/2 ac. lot, Sub 11, exceptional view city & Mtna. $99,900. READY TO BUILD? ThIa lol la for you. View of City & Mtna. Approx. 1/2 Ac. $75,000. .58 ACRES, IN ONE OF THE MOST EXCLUSIVE NEIGHBORHOODS IN SO. NEV. OVERLOOKING LAKE MEAD $175,000. GREAT VIEW UKE MEAD-1 ac. lol OWNER WILL CARRY & PROVIDE UTIL $158,000. .34 Acra. NIca lot FOR YOUR HOMEII Daaart Vi ew $90,000. RENTALS 3,000 aq. ft. 4 bed. 2 ba. pool, on golf oouraa fam. rm. avalL Sept. 15 $1,200. NK:E 2 bed. 1 ba. houaa fenced reer yard new paint A drapes AVAIL OCT. 1 $625.00. CONDO—2 bad. 11/2 ba. comm. pool, 2 car park ap. all appl. chIM ok, no pala. $600. TOWNHOUSE 2 bed. 2 1/2 ba. view Lake, 2 carparka, child ok pet?? $850.00. CONDO—ground floor 2 bed. 2 ba. 2 cov. carporta, sig. area. $575.00 avail. NOW. CENTRALLY LOCATED CONDO, ground floor 2 bed. 2 belh, NO PETS $495. COMMERCIAL 7 Offtee Whae. Comb., 900 aq. ft., DELUXE OFFKE SP., 1,020 aq. ft. whae. PRKED AT APPRAISAL CALL FOR MFO. Stop by and pick up your FREE CURREItfT UBT OF PROPERTIES AVAILABLE FOR BALE "^STraSnTSoSSESiobrMr sncBiTY AND nrmuTy B mm SPECIALTY

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tmmmmmmmmmmm Page 10 Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Tuesday, October 1,1991 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES PROFESSIONAL SERVICES TRIM LAWN Co. Lawn maintenance, yard cleanup. Dependable, free estimates. 5647109. ELECTRICIAN Certified Journeyman All Work to Code Res Comm., Indust. 564-1101 KEEP IT CLEAN! 11 you nd your home or offlcs cleaned, call ut firstl Llcenied tnd Iniured. Serving BC, Henderton and Green Valley. 293-0470 LAWN MAIIVTENANCE Reasonable & Dependable 565-6428 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES ^^n DEAN'S BODY & PAINT EXPERT BODY WORK AUTO GLASS INSTALLED INSURANCE WORK FOREIGN & DOMESTIC LIGHT MECHANIC WORK & LIGHT A.C. WORK It ma ixpEaENce aSSAtt E FOR FREE ESTIMATES —i 565-8200 I 852 E. LAKE MEAD DR. HENDERSON, NV 89015 3f KEN'S MAINTENANCE & HANDYMAN SERVICE AH. Types of Maintenance I Can Fix or Make Most' Anything Serving the Community for 5 Years 293-0045 HOUSE RENTALS BOUSES FOR RErT. PH. 565-7141 SINCE 1977 BLACK MOUNTAIN PLUMBING SERVICE FAST SERVICE •DRAIN & SEWER 'GARBAGE DISPOSALS LINES CLEANED INSTALLED •REPAIRS AND •HOT WATER HEATERS MAINTENANCE INSTALLED •NEW FIXTURES -SERVICE WITHIN J INSTALLED THE HOUR IN MOST CASES Mon.-Fri 7-5 p.m. • SaL 73 p.m. • Sun. Cloaad RESIDENTIAL • COMMEHCIAL RWentlal & Commardal STATE CONTRS. LC. NO. 0019549 QRE£N VALLEY BOULDER CITY HENDERSON 294-7713 5656749 MEND AREA 3 bdrm, 2 ba, garage $695. mo. PH 873-6954. AVAIL IMMEDIATELY BC Remodeled 2 bdrm, 1 ba. New paint, carpet, verticals,* mini's central heat/air, desert landscaping, no pets. $695/ mo inc. utilties. & $350 .cleaning depo. after5 pm. 294-1598. Be HARWOOD APPLIANCES 101-BW.Atlantic Sales, Service/ Parts, Supplies Major Credit Cards 564-2210 Mon,Fri8-6,Sat8-2 KEY LARGO 3 bdrm, fam. rm, 1-3/4 baths, washer, dreer, refrig. $1000 mo. Avail Nov. 1 818-782-2053 eves, be FOR RENT: 1-2-3 BEDROOM TRAILERS 555-' 7141. HALF-DUPLEX FOR RENT, 2 bdrm 1ba, $500/ mo, 803 Wyoming, Owner/Licensee 2937551. be VACANT RENTALS— immediate & easy movein. Call American Family Realty for details. 4542878. 4bdrms, 2 bath,fireplace, fully fenced $775 Ph. 565-6119 or 645-6162. 3..BDRM, 2 bath Lewis home near Fay Galloway school $850 mo. PH 5647301 after 5 pm. RENTALS available as low as $395 to $1375.2, 3 & 4 bedrooms available. Call American Family Realty 454-2878. LOOK FOR BIG SALE CLOCK REPAIR & SERVICE ON ALL MAKES OF CLOCKS •All Woric Guaranteed •No Repair No Charge •AU Woric Done On Premlaea •Honae Calls $50 OPEN NkF 10-5 ( ai> MtTl, Miiskr lloroiojiisl 5.V. A\c. M, iJoiikki (ilv • 294-IIMi; CB D & ^ HOSE & H FITTING SUPPLY "Formerly House of Hose" 745 W. Sunset #6 Henderson, Nevada 89015 (Between Boulder Hwy & 1-95) Phone # Fax # 565-1288 565-1772 All Types Hose & Fittings Pick Up & Delivery Available On Call Service Available See Mii(e or Milt For Hj^H Anything You Need! HH NEW For rent 3 bedroom home unfurnished, yard fully enclosed, landscaped, gazebo, view of the valley from elevated sun deck, quiet. No pets. $975 mo. 564-1986 evenings only. 2 BDRM, 1-1/2 bath home close to school, no pets. $550 month. Se c. 8. 564-2377. 4 Bdrm., 2 story w/loft. Spectacular 3,000 sq. ft. home in Whitney Ranch, avail, now $1375. Call American Family reaity, 45 4-2878. HIGHLAND HILLS home for rent 3 bdrm, 2 bath, close to school $830 + deposit. Ready Oct. 1 564'1605. 4 bdrm 1 3/4 bath, Lewis Home, 2 car garage, fresh paint, $875 mo/+ $875 depo. avail 10/1, 294-0261 or 294-0323. BC FURNISHED 1 bdrm mobile home. 565-0728. ACTION MOBILE WASH MOBILE MINI BLIND CLEANING PRE-HOUDAY cleaning special. Mini blinds cleaned and waxed. Anti-static applied to minimize future disting. $7.99 each. Every 5th blind free with this ad. Call for appointment 379-9394 HOUSE RENTALS 4BDRM2BAw/DEN,lrg yard. Executive model, yard service ina, avail. 10/1, $975 mo plus depo. 293-0414 or 293-0805. BC NEAR SMITHS $725 per month. 2 bdrm, 2 bath, 2 car garage with lots of extras eves. 565-7859. NEWER Henderson home 3 bdrm, 2 bath, fireplace, dishwasher, range, refrig, & dbl garage w/opener. New carpet & paint. $625.2936593. AVAILABLE NOW 619 OTONO 3 bdrm, converted garage. Month to month or lease option. Please call for details. Great Nevada Properties 871-0223 or 283-4488 BC CARPENTER Roofing Room Additions Patios Decks For Free Estimates Call Brian 564-8703 FOR LEASE OR LEASE WITHOPTDNTOBUY. Boulder City home, 2200 sq.ft. POOL 294-8463. be 2 BDRM DUPLEX, builtins, carpet, drapes, water and sewer dd, $550/ nno plus depo 293-3468. BC LEASE ONLY 4 bdrm, 3 bath den w4rpl, beautiful pooi,HighlandHp,e)oseiJu;rty;~CaircTrs"434 to schools & shopping, kids & pets welcome. Catie 565-5692. BLACK MOUNTAIN HENDERSON 3 bdrm. 2 bath, garage, new carpet $750 plus deposit, no pets. 565-9239. CONDO RENTALS HENDERSON CONDO Studio size fenced yard, clean, $295 + deposit. 564-1509 or 452-4884. FOREVER view 2 bdrm, 2 bath, 1 car garage, former model, pool, spa, $700 per mo. $300 se8909. 2 Bedroom Condo. Exelusive executiva area in Green Valley, tennis court, pool & 2 car garage. $825. CaH American Family Realty 4542878. CONDO RENTALS 2 BDRM 2 BA, covered ? rkg, fp, all appliances, 625/mo 293-4357 on714-828-7744. BC BC CONDO 2 bdrm 1 1/ 2 ba, nice yard, small pet OK non-smokers only $695, 293-2929 or 2941102 eves. BC APT. RENTALS Weekly Kitchenettes. Call 565-7929. GREEN VALLEY CONDO Only $65,000. Perfect 10 2 Good sized bdrms/garage/ all appl. stay. Lovely grounds w/2 pools an tennis courts. Vacant, ready for that special person that likes nice living. To see call Lola Ross. 368-1850 wk. or home 645-1179. APT RENTALS FOR RENT 1 bdrm aptsT unfumishsd, all utilities pd except elec., sgl occupancy. No pets. $300 565-9848. StudnApL $310 month plus $250 dep. No Pets. Call Mike Imburger 5640811 or Ben 399-2181. 307 E. Minister Ct., Apt. F HD. mr 1 BLOCK frwn Basic High 2 bdrm $450 month—deposits, 2nd floor, laundry facilities on premises, children & cat OK. Avail about Oct. 1 454-5267 if no answer, please leave message. WEEKLY RATES, $115 per wk. Boulder Dam Hotel 293-1808, 1305 Arizona, BC 2 bdrm 2 ba in Boulder City, fireplace, washer/ dryer, carport, $600 mo. 293-6213. BC NEW KITCHENETTES, phone, satellite, maid service. STARVIEW MOTEL 293-1658. be STUDIO APT. for rent utilities pakf. 565-9318. FOR RENT-Studio Apartment, Uptown Area. Utilities pakJ. $375, must furnish references. 2933958. BC FOR RENT: Kitchenettes $55 wek. Utilities paid. Shady Rest Motel, 5657 688. Hend. RIDGE APTS. UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. New 2 bdrm, 2 ba, laundry facilities. Children welcome. No pets. 2935609. BC FURNISHED studio apt. 6037 Boulder Hwy. LV. $75 weekly, utilities pd., no pets. 454-3420. 2 BDRM deposit $250, monthly rent $425. Call Dot 399-2181. No pets. Off BouMer Hwy. & Ma)or. 307 Minister Ct. Teddy's Kitchenettes, Just bring your toothbrush. Everything furnished. Ph. 293-1716, B.C ^ WEEKmaTCHEfTETTES. No pets. Western Inn. 294-(>393 or 2932044. BC APARTMENTS 2 bdrm 1 bk>ck from Skyline Casino. 564-0853. 218 #2 Merlayne. DESERT INN MOTEL Nk dean rooms starting $90 wk. Also maki serves, cotor TV, Kitchenettes avail. 293-2827. 800 Nev. Hwy. BC APARTMENT for rent, walking distance from downtown Henderson $500 month plus security deposit. Call after 5pm 565-4051. UNFURNISHED 2 bdrrr apt. Very nk:e & clean VVater & garbage fum., No Pets. Reference! Needed. Avail 10/1.5656814. FREE UTILITIES-Las Vegas Child/Pet OK, fenced yd, 1 bdrm furnished $140 wk or $495 mo. 312 Cleveland #3 459-9690 or 383-3230. Also 3017 E. Carey 3, 649-0736. Also 2 bdrm furnished $595 mo. or $175 wk 459-9690 or 384-2981. Sr. discount. Jr. 1 bdrm NLV near Freeway $395 mo. or $125 wk 649-7251 or 459-9690. FOR RENT STUDIO APTS. $350 montti. plus deposit Available Now 564-1023 MONTE CARLO APTS. 2 Bdrm, 1 Bath 808 Cantar HD $450 par month For Information Phone 565-8564 alao 564-9093 FOR RENT STUDIO APARTMENTS $350 No Deposits to Senior Citizens Available Now. 564-1023 APARTMENTS AS LOW AS $265 a MONTH Furnished 564-6952 APARTMENTS AVAILABLE 1, 2,3 Bedroom Units For info call 293-1615 or 294-0577 HOURS: 9 to 5 Mon-Sat CASADE ALICIA APTS. M& Mil APTS. Profeaalonally managed by Equinox Davaiopmant, Inc. MOVE IN SPECIAL $200 OFF 1st MONTH'S RENT 2 bdrm, unfurnished, pool & play yard. Near school & shojaping. Free Cable TV short term lease & rent from $440 per month. ,^^ ^ 730 Center St. Henderson, NV 565-7512 HENDERSON PLAZA APARTMENTS 730 Center St. Henderson, NV 565-7512 '^ 2 bdrm, unfurnished, pool & play yard. Near schools & shopping. Free Cable TV $200. OaOBER SPECIAL— $250 OFF MOVE-IN 2 bedroom Townhome apartments. Pool/spa, free cable, dishwastier, close to schools & shopping. From $540. Gateway Village 1100 No. Center HO 564-2258 ATLANTIC CITY APARTMENTS Clean, Quality 1-2-3 Bedroom Apartments In Henderson • Central Air & Heat • Appliances • Drapes • Carpets • Water Paid • Washer/Dryer Available. 2 Bedroom apts are $445 per month, newly remodeled, spacious, near schools, park & shopping. Move in today COMMERCIAL PROPERTY 6750 SW. FT. BulkJing zoned CM in B.C. includes offk:e8, 3 bdrm reskJence and 2 story shop area. 1.9 acres net. Primerk:a Realty, Inc. Call Gary 293-6573. BC COMMERCIAL RENTALS OI-FICE SPACEI RETAIL SPACEI Call Bart Hyde Realtor 293-6014 BC COMMERCIAL RENTALS ^Ok R^NT-Availabla immediately, 400 sq. ft. office $285 (tio, 1400 Colorado St. BC 2935361 (Bee). BC Oflice/Warehouse tor Rent, $625 per month, approx. 1200sq.ft. 520 W. Sunset Rd. 3 HD. Call Diana 362-0423 or Greg 364-9030. BRAND NEW OFFICE/ WAREHOUSE, Condo for rent 1800 sq. ft., 2 ba., kitchen, 3 offices, great k)catk>n, any use, l900/mo 294-0310. BC RETAIL SPACE FOR LEASE 1980 sq. ft. prime location on Boulder l-lwy. Very reasonable. Call Bob or Carol 565-5854 STORAGE YARD for rent, 1400 sq.ft.. fenced yard, & zoned, Ik^ensed for warehouse/storage, easy access BouMer & Sunset, all or part. Call 564-5126 or 564-0147. VACATION RENTALS FOR RENT 200 sq. ft. storage room $60 per month. 293-7298 or 2944169. Buying Selling, Or Renting A Vacation Time Share? Call the experts for free informatrani 1800-72-CONDO, 1-8O0722-6636. ff^.'^M-^ RETAIL OFnCB SPACE FOR LEASE Approx. 840-3.100 tq. (L First WaiMm Plaza 1000 Nev Hwy, Boulder City 293-23S7 294-3071 OFFICES FOR RENT From 250 sq. ft. Very reasonable. Boulder Theater Buikiing. 293-1283 tTORAQI rOR RENT An SIzas — Fenced Rasldant Manager Maar Sunset Mountain Vlata 4S8-39eO ??—^ 400 SQ. FT OFFICE SPACE 1581 Foothill Dr. 294-2215 BC Time share units and campground memberships. Distress salesCheapll Worldwide selections. Call VACATION NETWORK U.S. and Canada 1-800-736-8250 or 1-305-566-2203 Free rental information 1 -305563-5586. FOR RENT 1988 ALLEGRO MOTORHOME 27'. C all 293-4161. BC Time share units and campground memberships. Distress salesCheapll Worldwide selecttons. Call VACATION NETWORK U.S. and Canada 1-800-736-8250 or 1-305-566-2203 Free rental information 1 -305563-5586. ROOMS FOR RENT REAL ESTATE UNFURNISHED private entrance bath, walk ij ebset $300 per moQ utilities ind hookupjHMnTTno house leges, will have own [eys. 566-0863. REAL ESTATE 293-6014 & ASSOCIATES T — 1325 Arizona Street • Boulder City, 89005 HOMES LAND BUSINESS INVESTMENT CONSULTANTS PROPERTY MANAGEMENT BOULDER CITY CUSTOM ON DOUBLE LOT WTTH views of lake. Dining room, family room, huge 2 sided brick fireplace, game room off pool. 4 bdrm 4 bath, beautifully landscaped. $298,500. COMFORTABLE LIVING over 1100 sq. ft on corner lot Brick fireplat^, Central heat and air. Only $99,500. LAKEVIEW AREA CONDO 2 bdrm, 21/2 bath. $129,900. STEAL ME! 5 bdrm, 3 bath, close to school, assumable loan. $117,500. LAKE MEAD DRE/VM nestled among natural rock that adds to the delight of this Tri level w/pool and waterfall off Irg. family rom. Spectacular view fi'om open living area and deck. $2S5,000. SUPERIOR CONSTRUCTION!! Sets high above Lake Mead. Over 2800 sq. ft. living area, 1200 sq. ft. garage and workshop. Energy efficient and low maintenance $315,000. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY, Restaurant, turnkey operation. Successful established location in Marshall Plaza. Call Pat for details. THE ULTIMATE IN PRIVACY!! Custom 3300 sq. ft, lovingly maintained, very high atop 31/2 private acres w/desert landscaping, breathtaking 360 degree views of picturesque Boulder City and surrounding desert mountain range and golf course trom this very private estate reached by 500 ft. long lighted driveway. Tile roofed, 4 bdrm, 3 bath, stone fireplace and spacious family room, air condittoned RV oversized garage with indoor/ outdoor dog nm, separate guest house w/ bath. Large 20 x 38 swiming pool with auto/ cover, diving board, underwater lighting. Many extras, minutes to Lake Mead and convenient to Las Vegas. Seeing Is believing! Call Bart for details. HENDERSON/GREEN VALLEY GREEN VALLEY HEIGHTS—Beautiful 3 bdr 2 3/4 ba, 2 car garage, private spa. Won't last long at $158,500. Bluffs Condo 526 Sutter'i MUl Rd., 2 bdrm, 2 bath, 1 car garage $90,000. Mt. Charleston Cond—1 bdrm fUrnlshed $68,500. REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE ••••••• "We're Sold On You" tij:s REALTY ASSOCIATES *TASTEFU^-2 bed, 2 batli, 2 car garage In* ^exccUent condltk)n. BuUt in 1985 70 X110 lot very ^ ^ Best Buy in Area. Ask for Peggy $83,000. ^ *NEW ON MARKET—Never bi this life will you* '^flnd more home for your dollar than in this^ .prestigious 4 br. custom, approx. 3000 sq. ft witli. ^pool, great location call today for appointment. ^ ^ 1550 SF, 4 BD, 1J BTH In town kKatktn ck>se toy^ shopping affordable price—bring your paint brush and save. Owner will carry. ^ *2850 SF OF LUXURIOUS LIVING at its coo-, ^temporary best Fabulous kitchen. Neutral cokirs.^ ^ 12 ft celling. M/B with spa. Open floor plan. 3 cT-k jLgarage. 120 x 135 tot Choice location. Ask for^^ Dave. .j^AREA'S BEST BUY!—3 BD—Bay whidows—^ .pride of ownership total of 1900 SF on 120 x 165 *k)t. Rear and sides walled, ready for pool. Very^ ^nke cozy family home waiting for you. Low^^ .xdown—Desirable neighborhood ^ •"SONORA MODEL" Shows weU—1615 SF nice* y^ landscaping low down. Priced Right ^ • 566-6700 • 109 Water St. (Located in Valley Bank BMg.) ••••••••••••••••• JR REALTY Sm jAnn nnr\rr^c^ir\nM n l> ATTENTION, ATTENTION Ail first time buyers/first time Investors, here Is the once In a llfetlms opportunity a large 3 bedroom 1 bath horns. A IHtls work on this houss will make you a lot of money. Call for Details. TOUCH OF VICTORIAN on the Golf Course. Executhre home—Lots of oak and tils—Oourmet kitchsn. RELIABLE NEST—ThIsS bedroom Is Supsr-Sharp, neat and clean. Lush landscaping, fenced and asking only $69,000. TWO FABULOUSCUSTOM HOMESin Mission Hills—1 acre gross—Lots each wKh double views—Both prteetf to selL 3 NEW CUSTOM HOMES—3 different floor plans—3 different types of financing available—Buy 1 get 6 pack of PepsL Buy 2 or more get free cass and large pizza. PRIDE OF OWNERSHIP-3 Bedroom 2 Bath, 2 car garage. Security BarsExtra Nevada Room not Included In Square Footage. LOW LOW DOWN—Owner financing in Highland Hills. Home under $100,000. GENUINE CLASSIC—This New Age 4 bedroom has a Birds-eye view of the Las Vegas Lights. Ovsr 3100 square feet, and asking only $169,000. GREEN VALLEY SPECIAL-At $112,900 for ths 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath 2 Car Garage home. Low maintenance yard plus cksse to shopping a value you Just can't pass by. BUY OF THE WEEKIl Custom Home Just buiK—3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, Huge k>t-prlced lessthan tract houses. Call Now. HICKORY DICKERY DOCK-nAcross from Elementary school—ons of ths best values In Highland Hills Area. 3 Bedroom, 1 3/4 Bath, 2 Car Garage. Covered Patk>—Needs TLC. Seller wants an offsr now. Very llbth/ated. Current Appraisal $89,500. EASYMONEY—3 Bedroom Chamner, friendly neighborhood, close to schools and shopping. Won't take much to get Into this ons at only $67,000. LOTS OF CUSTOM FEATURES In this home. 4 Bedroom, 2 Bath—Nice pool and spa room—2 Lhring rooms Formal dining roont ALL FOR ONLY $84,900. Call quk:kly this ons wool last k>ng. FAMILY NEIGHBORHOOD-Shows like a modal 3 Bedrooms—fireplsce In living room—Garage—Immaculate, Can move right In. NO QUAUFYINO-Qreat big older FourlMdroom, Just under 1600 sq. ft. Complete with pool and many extras. Asking $85,000. BUY NOW-LOWEST INTEREST RATES IN 17 YEARS-YOU CAN AFFORD MORE THAN YOU THINK— 204 W. PaeHiB Aw.. Hmdtnon eintf>'MMclCMiyI1 fWEMUCowenloii EOMl HoMin OuMrtk tWH OFRCEIWEPEMIENTIY OM*ED AND OPBWICO )hm Tuesday, October 1,1991 REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING mmm 4 p.m. Friday for Henderson Tuesday issue Noon Tuesday for Henderson Thursday, Boulder City and Green Valley issues CONTACT: RICHARD OUv OFFICE: (702) 458-8888 PAGER: {702) 388-1873 HOME (702) 283-4815 TOLL FREE: 1-800-266-4815 Buy or Sell-Call Richard Americana ^ BettoL _^ !1 INDEPENDENTLY OWNED t OPERATED 2625 N. Green Valley Pkvtry.. Suite 150, Green Valley, NV 89014 HENDERSON REALTY IT'S AS GOOD AS DONE. MORTGAGE RATES NEARING LOWEST POINT IIM 14 YEARS Those of you who have been hesitating to buy are strongly urged to take advantage of today's tow interest rates for easier qualifying and lower payments. CUSTOM HOMES From $90,000 Bdr Baths 1630 Arabian Ct. 4 13/4 617 Buchanan 3 2 619 Buchanan 4 2 1500 Brklla 3 13/4 160 W. Country Club 3 13/4 221 £ Country Club 4 13/4 121 £ Laval 4 13/4 760 Sandy 2 23/4 639 St. Andrews 3 13/4 1127 Shady Run 3 2 1129 ShadvRun 3 21131 Shady Run 3 2 HIGHLAND HILLS From $89,900 Bdr Baths 720 Arrowhead Tralh 4 2 843 Mainsail 4 2 601 Canyon 3 2 706 Sugarcane 4 2 846 Vermllllon 3 13/4 RIVER LANDING From $105,000 Bdr Baths 171 Anchoret. 3 2 929 Anchor Dr. 3 2 147 Emden 3 2 853 Schooner 3 2 AFFORDABLE FAMILY LIVING From $74,000 Bdr B^ths 404 Bell 4 13/4 333 W. Chesapeake 3 13/4 332 Toyabe 3 2 445 Woodrldge 3 2 581 Blackmore 4 1 1453 Chestnut 2 1 238 Concho 5, 13/4 100N.Cholla 3 13/4 CONDOS From $48,000 Bdr Baths 566 Jane Ln. 3 21/2 1603 Justin Ct. 2 1 536 Kristen Cf. 1 1 1/2 562 Sellers PL 2 11/2 579 Sellers PL 2 2 MOBILE HOMES From $58,500 Bdr Baths 415 Apache 2 2 445 Apache^ ^^_^ 25e^4/hfave 7 ^.3 2 13/4 2 1308 PotQSI 2 2 222 Neva Jo 3 1 COMMERCIAL OFFERINGS Lake Mead Drive frontage location with structure Several Water St. sites w/existlhg structures Bouk/er Hwy. site and structure Lake Mead acreage virith frontage exposure Downtown commercial office rentals 18 Water Street, Henderson, NV 88015 I702J 564-2515 ••nd"'Ciivy21RMlEaUrtiCponon /^ Ifgi Equal Homing CpporkinKy fij •—' -y2[^ INDEPENDENTLY OWNED AND OPERATEO • WMMI HORSE PROPERTY 1/ 2 acre, very custom Spanish-style home 4 bed, 2 bath, master tub w/jats, walk in closets, 2600 sq. ft. Call Sheryl Cobb 293-6036 Century 21 JR Realty. BC FOR SALE 1 bed 1 bath, bwer level Condo, very private, new washer/ dryer included, $45,500, Call Sheryl Cobb 2936036 Century 21 JR Realty. BC BCBY0WNER4bdrm1 3/4 ba, family room, pooL Re-decorated and many upgrades. $159,000. Licensee 293-5813. BC REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE ^ RSALEBYOWNERUpgraded BC 5-plex, gross $29,700. Call 2941362 leave message. Principals only BC. ASSUMABLE NO QUALITY, Very low down, 3 bdrm 2 full bath, newcarpet, large kitchen, call Sheryl Cobb 2936036 Century 21 JR Realty. BC CUST0W4 bdirm'2 1/2 bath 2100 sq.ft. near golf course. Lrg. back yard, RV parking. 293-4584. BC BOULDER CITY LEWIS HOME Prestige series. 1860 sq ft 4 bdrm, 1-3/4 ba,3cargarage, RVprkg. $175,000. 293-0176. be WANT TO KNOW WHAT YOUR PROPERTY IS WORTH? Free market analysis. Call Roger 293-2939 Realtor, Coldwell Banker/Anchor Realty. BOULDER HlUs CONDO 2 bdrm 11/2 ba, assumable loan, $71,500. By appt. only M-F after 5pm. s-S 9-6. 294-5087. BC LOW DOWN lease option terms negotiable, will help set terms to fit your budget. 2. 3 & 4 bedrooms. Call American Family Realty 454-2878. BY OWNER, Ig. beautiful custom home w/ basement price reduced, 5 bdrm. 4 t>ath. 2 car gar. with bathroom, well insulated. k>w utilities & lots of brk;k $299,000. 5660203. PRICE REDUCTION 3 bdrm 1 3/4 ba, Lewis Home, irg kitchen, fireplace, Nevada Room, RV prkg. Call Sheryl Cobb 293-6036 Century 21JR Real ty. BC A Great Time To Buy! Lowest Priced New Home in BouWer City. 3 bdrm 2 Full baUis, Ig. mastert}edroom, 2carfinishedgar.,fireplace, skylight, approximately 1400 sq. ft BRAND NEW and Waiting for ^im for Only $139,900. INCOME OVER $1500 PER MO. Three Units on a lot in Boulder City. Assume 1st TD on this 2 bdrm House, a 2 bdrm Apartment+Studio unit. 2 Oversized Garages. Only $139,900. YOU CAN OWN LOT + MOBILE HOME! This Clean 2 bedroom on a 60' x 100' Lot in BoukJer City is ideal for Isttime buyers. Lg. Kit., Bay Window, Carport, RVParking,Covered Patk) -tBeautiful Desert Landscaping. Reduced $2,000, Now $75,900 CHARMING 3 Bedroom 1 ^4 Bath on Ave. H This New Listing includes tx>nus room, patio & delightful fenced back yard, over 1300 sq. ft. Only $104,900 Call for appointment. Just $59,900 for this Boulder City Cottage on 40x100 lot. Why Rent, Ideal starter home with room to expand. Two Homes in Super Convenient Area-$79.900for 2 bedrm. & $87,900 forS bedrm with full basement forstorage. both have back yards to expand -tR V parking -talley access. EXQUISITE LIVING!! Relax in this Elegant 2 bedrm. Regatta Polnte Condo. approx. $30,000 In upgrades & Improvements including, Spa.Tile, 30' x 18' Dura cool patio, dbl. gar., + $159,£ Fabulous Lake Vj^wTownhonri^ I New Listing, Lake Terrace. Front Row, Across from Clubhouse, iTennis Ct., Super Becon Model. With Many Extras.$199,500 Lake View Lot I at 801 Robinson Lane, comer lot, Utilities on property. Owner Will Carry w/ 20% dn. CALL MANNY 294-0870 COLDWELL BANKER DARWIN BIBLE Member of Exclusive COLDWELL BANKER Presidents Circle Consistent multl-nilllk>n dollar member Also, llcenaed aucttoneer COLDUieLL BANKER • PAUL GARGIS & ASSOCIATES Call Darwin 293-3996 .„„ t^ OfKMIUNrTT LOVELY RANCHETTE on Russell Rd. In Us Vegas. This home Is one of a kind. Retired ranchers dream. Call for list. $359,000. COMNG SOON IN BOULDER CITY. Lovely 4 bdrm home with new mother In law quarters or huge private master bedroom in rear. Lrg. Lot and lots of xtras. BOULDER CITY BAIT AND TACKLE SHOP with excellent tocation, equipment and lease. Reduced to $50,000. BOULDER CITY 4 BEDROOI^f\V,0 on Northrldge. Lovely home. $137,500. ^^ BOULDER CITY 3 BEDR0OM^0^^'l1• New carpeting. Lush Landscaping $114,500. ^ GREEN VALLEY BEAUTY. Owner transferred and family must foltow. House full of love. Too many amenities to list. Exquisite and Only $127,500. LOVELY MOUNTAIN RETREAT k>cated In Callente. Low down and excellent ternts. TWo bdrm home. Garage and large lot only $59,500. 8 HILL LOT with breathtaklrwnVP>-ots of site work completed. $125,000 ^^ $125,000 Solid eight Inch log walls. To gOVrn LINCOLN LOG HOME ON 1/2 acrtii' f)se zoned section 4 Henderson. or words $107,000. LOULDEJ DAM, REALTY 1 mil I2934663 1664 NEVADA HWY., "Marshall Plaza" 80ULDER CITY, NV 89005. **Lott Of Parking** **EatyAcceM'^ Open 9-5 M-Sat PHHrs:8am-8pm FAX:70^29^-4645 CELEBRATING OUR 2ND YEAR IN MARSHALL PLAZAI TO COMMEMORATE THIS EVENT. WE ARE OFFERING A FREE HMS HOME WARRANTY ISSUED AT CLOSING ON ALL BUYERS RESIDENTIAL CONTRACTS WRITTEN BY BOULDER DAM REALTY IN THE MONTH |0F SEPTEMBER 19911 THINKING OF BUYINQ7...N0W IS THE TIMEIf {GREAT SELECTIONS & GREAT BUYS ON OUR FREE LIST OF ALL 'PROPERTIES ON MARKET BY ALL AGENCIESI RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL INCOME LOTS RENTALS AFTER HOURS CALL: 702Mary Board 293-7254 Lktette Davis. 293-1097 Cristlna Le Breton 2934116 Roberta McLean 294-1730 Ellen Lamb Stromberg.. 293-6508 Beth Deane, BROKER.. .293-7074 "** Sunday & Evenings by Appt ** CALL ABOUT THE NEW a LAKE VIEW | LOTS FROM 118K d REAL ESTATE ONE ACRE IN FISHER PEN. Industrial Park. All utilities, to site, ail offsites completed. Primerica Reatty. call Cary 293-6573. BC LEWIS PRESTIGE 2 story, 4 bdrm, 21/2 bath. Large yard. Ready to move in. 801 Marita Dr. $163,300. Call for appt. 294-2364. BC FOR SALE OR LEASE Two warehouses in prime Boulder City Location. Drive by 707 CanyonRd. Than call 294-0225. be BY OWNER Golf course home, 3190 sq. ft. 4 bdrm 4 1/2 ba, 2 fireplaces, 3 car garage, many extras. $335,000.293-3384. BC FOR SALE BY OWNER 3 bdrm 1 3/4 bath, 1688 s.f., home w/family room & offk:e, 1 car garage 1222 Paiute Dr. Owner LK. $122,500.293-4284 for appointment. BC ESTABLISHED BUSINESS IN BC under $20,000, for sale. Low overhead. Beauty Shop. Call Sheryl Cobb 2936036 Century 21 JR Realty. BC NEW ROOFI 3 bdrm 2 bath, family room in double garage, woodburning fireplace, concrete block fence, iaroe k>t-See at 424 Daffodil. Henderson$82,500. Licensee 2931613 day 293-1598 nite. BC Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Pa|te 11 $2,500 DOWN NO QUALIFYING ASSUME 9 1/2% Larae beautiful 1900 sq. ft. 3 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths fpl, ceiling fans & mini blinds, covered patio, auto sprinklers, block wall, xint neighborhood, $129,900. Dont miss thisonel Open house daily noon-6pm. 737 Brtek Drive HND. LEASE ONLY 4 bdrm. 3 bath den w/frpi, beautiful pool. Highland Hills, ck>se to schools & shopping, kids & pets welcome. Catie 565-5692. LAS VEGAS! POOL! 3 Huge bedrooms, 21/2 baths, living room with fireplace, dining room, kitchen complete with center island and all sciences, family room, 2250 sq. ft. home with double garage. Sunken yard for privacy with 16 x 38 sparkHng pool. House freshly painted outskto, full bk>ck wal, maintenance free landscaping. This home ie bcated on wkje. beautifuliy kept street, tnm best schools, near freeway, near shopping. This is a great location and is being sold 1^ original ownerl Hurryl Hurryl They are beating down our frosted glass & wood double front doors. Asking $150,500. Owner will carry with $30,000 dwn. Principals only. See at 3628 Valencia Street. LV or call 458-5533. V//////////////////////^^^^ GrOUD. REALTORS T ^^B XXand Garteni* HOUSE FOR SALE Southwest style home, overkjoks Lake Mead, very large 3 bdmi 2 ba, Irg sunken tub in master bath, off private outdoor atrium, pool/spa. very private, Sheryl Cobb2936036 Century 21 JR Realty. BC CASH NOW! I'll buy your home & pay all costs 434-3331 'IntUpcndmtly Owned and Opcniad' CALL ABOUT THESE SPECIAL „ BOULDER CITY HOMES VIEW—LAKE—VIEW-Absolutely Incredible view of lake can be yours from thia prestlgkxialy tocated Claremont Helghta tot One of the most exclusive areas In southern Nevada. Surrounded by beautiful custom homee and breathtaking mountalna. Flnandng conskiered wKh large down. $215,000 T:40042. 21004^ Sa FT. ThIa home has CHARM, abnost 2 HOMES IN 1. Guest quarters are fully furnished and has 1 bedroom, 1 full bath, Ihring room, full kitchen and has separate entrance and utilities. Maki house has 3 bedrooms, 13/4 baths, den. Living room and dining area combo has built In china cabinet and woodbuming stovs. Weil j.. malntabied home with tots of storage and double carport with alley ^ access. $129,000 T:36893. CUSTOM BEAUTY. Built by an engineer. 1664 eq. ft with 3 bedrooms, 2 baths. This home has It ALL—security system, electronto air ctoanar, built-in vacuum, water softener and purification system, kitercom, energy efficient lighting. Handcrafted drawers and cabinets. 2 car garage with efficient lighting. Handcrafted drawers and cabinets. 2 car garage with air conditioned ivorkshop, benches and garage door opener. $138,500 T:38206. LAKE MOUNTAIN ESTATES. Sensattonal Lake Vtow. 2 bedroom, 2 baths with huge walk-In closet Super Landscaptog with covered lio & lots of storage and a targe laundry room 1,664 square ft RICE REDUCED TO $149,990. ft' ^ <\ car garage, swim-ln-place spa and gazebo. .25 acre, •> ^^^ WONT LAST: 2,300 aq and gazebo. .25 acre, v i bar & fireplace In famll^^ maintenance landecapkig, wet $195,500. T:26288. 2625 Green Valley Pkwy., Henderson 458-8888 DICK BLAIR REALTY 833 NEVADA HWY.. BOULDER CITY (702) 293-2171 tsl AFTER HO UIS CALL PaUrGurrc7.Spccr 2934*75 Marilyn J. File. 294-CS24 Andrai Aadcnoo. .293-322* Jim GoOrredsoa 293-3174 Rhood* SMge. 293-7975 Rich Moynihan • .293-1102 DalcCondIL J94-1I4 Bob Bliir, Broker. 293-2049 Serving Boulder City Since 1968 HOMES SUPER BUY—PRICED $10,000 BELOW APPRAISAL Cuatomlzed Villa Dal Prado w/larga workahop/gar, 2,000 aq. ft 4 badrma. 2^' bath, custom faalurea. HUGE LOT with apa & lota of RV pkg. REDUCED TO $199,500. WELL KEPT HOM 1 3/4 ba. 2 earful $129,500. ^ U^TDBELC hoola 3 badrma. BELOW APPRAISAL UPGRADED LEWIS HOME W/POOL 3 bad. 2 ba. 2 car gar. fam. rm, F.P. naar Golf CouraaSi 65.000. 2 BED. 1 BA. CanUal AC/Haat, garaga. $66,500. SPECTACULAR UKE VIEWI 4 bad., 4 1/2 ba., 2 car gar., fam. rm^F.P. & wl bar, game rm., over 3,200 aq. ft. $350,000. BEAUTIFUL UPGRADED LEWIS HOME. 3 bedrm, 2 Iwth, 3 car garaga. Corner lot. larga pool & spa, near golf couraa. Daalrabia at $255,0001 2 bedroom, 2 3/4 bath, covered palk>, family room, vary popular floor plan prtead to aalt at $125,000. 1,728 aq. fL, graal area naar golf courta 4 bedrm. 1 3/4 ba. extra nice kitchen with ceramic die countara, baautifiil cabinala, 2 car gar. pool & apa, RVparklng. $185,000. 3 badrm., 1 ba., 2 car carport, COMPLETELY RENOVATED THROUGHOUT. GREAT HOME FOR FAMILY OR RETIREES, EXCELLENT LOCATION, CLOSE TO DOWNTOWN. $110,000. NEW CUSTOM HOME, approx., 2000 aq. ft. 3 bdrm, 2 ba. den. Larga graal room. Ilia roof, 2 car garaga plua drcla drive and RV parking. $199,900. BRAND NEWII CUSTOM HOME, 4 BEDRM., 2 BA., 2 CAR GAR., TILE ROOF, Cov. patk), culde-aac. $239,000. UNIQUE HOME-4 bedrm, 4 be., 22'x3' GREAT RM., F.P., 3 car gar., COMPLETELY CUSTOM. $350,000. IND0MINIUM8 LAKETREE TOWNHOUSE-2 bwl., 1 ba., 2 car gar. NEWLY PAINTED INTERIOR, $96,000. LOTS OF EXTRAS IN THIS KEY LARGO HOMEII 1331 aq. fL 2 bed. 2 ba. 2 car gar. VIEW LAKE waterfall k am. wading pool. Built In Baf B-Q AND MORE $189,500. COMMERCUL REIWTAL8 Offtoe & OffkM/Whae. Spsce CALL FOR DETAILS MODULAR HOMES THIS 3 Bed. 1 3/4 Bath home SHOWS UKE A DREAM I EXTRA LARGE LOT-gorgwMia vlaw Mina. A 2-3 car carport $92,500. 20' X 40' Spartaf^E^ted In well eatabllahed, mature mobile home park—2 bed. 1 ba. fenced yard > 17* X 20' work room. $34,500. IN VALLEY VIEW ESTATES GREAT AREA FOR RETIREES 24' X 60' modular home Including land. 3 bedrm. 2 ba. upgraded throughout Juat right for "Eaay Living" $91,500. GINGERWOOD MOBILE HOME EXCEL COND. 14 X 66 2 bed. 2 ba. all appl. carport, cov. pallo. $28,500. 1,428 aq. n., 2 badrm., 1-3/4 ba., 2 car Lake Mm. Eslatea. $123,500. garage. LAND ThIa lot ready to build on with exceptional vlaw of lake & mtna. PRICED TO SELL AT $110,000. 1/2 ac. lot, Sub 11, exceptional view city & Mtna. $99,900. READY TO BUILD? ThIa lol la for you. View of City & Mtna. Approx. 1/2 Ac. $75,000. .58 ACRES, IN ONE OF THE MOST EXCLUSIVE NEIGHBORHOODS IN SO. NEV. OVERLOOKING LAKE MEAD $175,000. GREAT VIEW UKE MEAD-1 ac. lol OWNER WILL CARRY & PROVIDE UTIL $158,000. .34 Acra. NIca lot FOR YOUR HOMEII Daaart Vi ew $90,000. RENTALS 3,000 aq. ft. 4 bed. 2 ba. pool, on golf oouraa fam. rm. avalL Sept. 15 $1,200. NK:E 2 bed. 1 ba. houaa fenced reer yard new paint A drapes AVAIL OCT. 1 $625.00. CONDO—2 bad. 11/2 ba. comm. pool, 2 car park ap. all appl. chIM ok, no pala. $600. TOWNHOUSE 2 bed. 2 1/2 ba. view Lake, 2 carparka, child ok pet?? $850.00. CONDO—ground floor 2 bed. 2 ba. 2 cov. carporta, sig. area. $575.00 avail. NOW. CENTRALLY LOCATED CONDO, ground floor 2 bed. 2 belh, NO PETS $495. COMMERCIAL 7 Offtee Whae. Comb., 900 aq. ft., DELUXE OFFKE SP., 1,020 aq. ft. whae. PRKED AT APPRAISAL CALL FOR MFO. Stop by and pick up your FREE CURREItfT UBT OF PROPERTIES AVAILABLE FOR BALE "^STraSnTSoSSESiobrMr sncBiTY AND nrmuTy B mm SPECIALTY

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^M Page 12 Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada REAL ESTATE ASSUMABLE nonqualifying loan by owner on this beautiful 4 bdrm home. Enjoy cozy niahts by this family rm fireplace & barbecues on your covered patio and summers in the community pool & spa. Asking $120,000 payments of $917 mo. Too many unique features to mention. Call 566-0771 or in Connecticut 203-8592211 (Owner-Agent) REAL ESTATE WITH AN HONEST DIFFERENCE Josle Olson ha* built her reputation on honesty, experience and outstanding service. There Is a difference between realtors. For a brochure about Josle's Real Estate services or for more information at>out the Real Estate market, call Josle today. Get honest answers to your Real Estate questions. 389-1100 454-7400 JACK IVIATTHEWS SCO. REAL ESTATE RIVER LANDING beautiful 3 bdrm home in prestigious community, new upgraded carpet & paint, community pool IA must see! $112,000 Call Mark Morgan Coast to Coast RE 596-7052 & 566-9046. BOULDER CITY ON THE GOLF COURSE 3 bdrm,den, 13/4 bath, by owner. Open house Sat. & Sun. 12-5pm 1552 Sandra. 293-0980 $198,500. SPYGLASS HIU CONDO IN BC 687 Morine Dr., No. 39. 2 bdrm, 21/2 baths. Was model unit. Call Desert Empire Realty, ask for Larry, office 251-5495ort)ome3846356. Owner/Licensee NEW ON THE MARKET 4t)edroom,13/4bath, 2 car garage, established neighborhood, clean as new, full landscapinq, sngi story, covered RV parking, 384 Jann Dr. $105,900. Home Network Realty 252-5757 Call Dale Thompson 5643477. REAL ESTATE HOME EQUITY LOANS. Quick Cash First or Second Mortgages. Consolidate your bills, take a vacation, or do home improvement, Income or credit problems are r)o Problem. Call us regfirdless if you've been turned down by another company. Express Mortgage 368-1081. GOV'T OWNED homes huge 3 bdrm, 2 bath, pool, on 1/2 acre, sgl story, RV pkg, easy to buy $125,000. Call Mike or Marlene 566-9046. BEAUTIFUL home in Green Valley 3 bdrm, vaulted ceilings, 2 way fireplace, island kitchen, many upgrades. Assumabiynocreditcheck,very low interest $118,900. Call Mike Coast to Coast Realty 566-9046. / ^ 7T V \ MoneyWorld ^ ^WJ^ REALTORS' m 3280 E. Troplcwia M LuVig>,NVS121 OFRCE:(7a2)415-S300 MOBILE: (7D2)37S.401S FAX: (702) 4*4-7371 HOME: (702) 9tS-4M6 BONNIE LYOA MMJOm NEED TO SELL YOUR HOUSE? WE WILL BUY IT NOW 293-1613 G.A. "Curly" Smith FOR SALE BY OWNER 2-Story Lewis Home w/ pool, 2400 sq. ft., excellent condition, reduced $12,000 to $164,500.294-1239. BC BOULDER DAM REALTY 1664NVHVVy. FOR INTEGRITY, LOYALTY, EXPERIENCE CALL CRISTINA LE BRETON 293-4663 or 293-0116 • selling real estate In Boulder City for over 10 yrs. • TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE LOW INTEREST RATE Call to see this nicely upgraded home approx. 2,000 sq. ft. 4 bedr, 2 and 3/4 baths on a very large lot. R.V. and so much more MUST SEE AT $149,900. VETERANS ONLY OWN YOUR OWN HOME NO MONEY DOWN Active Duty or Not Edna Siedsma, VA Specialist 566-9521 Veteran Housing Ctr., A Franchisee of Veteran Real Estate Franchise Corp. Each office independently owned and operated. Jensen 's Re alty ISflB THE BEST FOR YOU 564-3333 219 WATER STREET SERVING HENDERSON SINCE 1978 Ken ONE OF OUR BEST COUNTRY CLUB VILLAGE MOBILE HOME ESTATES 75 VIEW LOTS—1 block to golf course, F.H.A. financing available, call 5643333 Jensen's Realty. NAV-900101. 3 BUILDING LOTS IN B.C.—ALL REDUCED IN PRICE-one overlooks Lake Mead. CALL LUKE. BEAUTIFUL CUSTOM HOME ON 1/2 ACRE—pool/spa, covered patio, large R.V. parking area. Priced right!! To See call Don or Curtis. PARADISE HILLS—$29,950 and $39,9^0. Two 1 acre lots on Dufort and Foothills Just west of College. CALL PEGGY BENEDICT. LOCATION PLUS!!! Near the expressway and downtown Henderson. Large three bedrom, 1.75 bath. Excellent condition inside and out! Reasonably priced. Call Richie Eddings. MOBILEHOME LOT, ALREADY HAVE A MOBILE HOME OR BUYING A NEWONE777 Bring It to Sunrise Mobile Estates, In Henderson of Course!! For more info. CALL RANDY. Two Great single family home building lots,'near the new subdivision Rolling Hills. Only $19,000.00 each. Call Don. GREEN VALLEY—3 bedroom, 2 bath, 2 car garage. Call Joe or Vivl to see!!! Sec. 271/2 acre parcels, beautiful custom home building tots In fast growing neighborhood. One lot on Derby, on eon Quarterhorse. HURRY vacant Sec. 27 land Is going fast! Call Paul or Elayne for details. VALLEY VIEW— bedroom home in Valley View area. Over 2500 square feet of living area. Fenced yard, priced at $83,000. Call Ken. COMMERCIAL 2.5-7.5 ACRES ON ANNIE OAKLEY Posslblp Commercial Zoning north of Sunset. Contact Luke. LUKE WORKS TO RLL YOUR COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL NEEDS. PRIME COMMERCIAL LOCATION-10.45 acres on Boulder Highway. CALL SHARI OR TERRIE. FOR SALE/LEASE RETAIL SPACE AVAILABLE: Atlantic at NIckeL FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL LUKE. STRIP CENTER—10 Stores plus 18 Storage units on Sunset Road. All units are leased. Owner wants to trade equity for vacant land. CALL KEN. YOGURT SHOP—In Henderson, well sstabllshed business, great opportunity. $120,000. CALL DON FOR DETAILS. Across From The New City HaU and Convention Center REAL ESTATE GREEN VALLEY South 4 bdrm, 3 bath near golf course. Xtra Irg lot, $139,900 361-4472. =L Tuesday, Octotier 1,1991 VET or NOT! OWN YOUH OWN HOME Free Qualifying *Ffee Lisis Lalest VA and HUD Repo inlo Providing Itie riighest quality sef^ce leadiMQ to tiome ownership through VA NO DOWN t FH* LOW DOWN government programs !!! VETERANS!!! And Active Military *r^o Down Payment to $tfl4,000 *No Escrow Fee • 459-8387 • 24 Hrs Open 7 days Broker A Franctiisee ol Veteran Real Estate Franchise Coip Each Ottice is Independently Owned and Operated Veteran Housing Center 5000 E. Bonanza Rd. tt Ndlls mill to K-Mtn BEAUTIFUL CONDO 2 bedroom, 1*1/2 bathe, upgraded carpet, new near appUencee, 2 oar carport, Onlyl5,e00 Call GInny Dohrmann 597-1700 or 641-2207 il^ DOME REALTY 1610 Nevada Highway loulder City, Novada 89005 BOULDER CITY HOMES GREAT FAMILY HOME-Good location—3,400 square feet livabl*—5 bedrooms, 3 bathsfamily room—living room—$324,000.00. THAT'S RIGHT! 3 bedroom, 2 bath home In Boulder City for only$119,500.Bonusroom for storage and sewing/hobby room, double garage. Complete with fruit trees and "clubhouse." PRICE REDUCED! 1296 SHENANDOAH. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, full length awnings, new stove (gas or electric), nsw dishwashsr. Carpeted throughout. NOW ONLY $79,500. Owner licensee. 708/293-1613 • 293^267 (Desert SUN REALTY YOUR ONE-STOP Real Estate Company 1311 NEVADA HIGHWAY BOULDER CITY. IW 89005 REALTOR* MtlTIPLE LISTtNa MDVICC MLS CALL 24 HRS. (7021 293-2151 FAX • 293O000 Hours: 9:004S:00 MON.-SAT. and By Appointment MOBILE HOME LOT: Lowest price in B.C., nice corner lot ready fof your new home, $51,550. NEW CUSTOM, 1/3 acre with valley view, three or four BR, good B.C. corner lot, $189,900, see today, BUILDING LOTS: nice selection including exclusive Lake views from $75,000. Stop by today for Info. COMMERCIAL PROPERTY: see us for your needs, also some'^ | nice highway frontage propety. RENTALS*" RENTALS: see separate ad for B.C., Immediate possession. BUYING REAL ESTATE? YOU NEED A BUYER'S AGENT: ASK US! IsJ FULL-TIME • FULL-SERVICE SINCE 1S79 w^r>!-2nd level, 2 bdrm. $67,000. ONE OF THE LONGEST ESTABUSHED RESTAURANTS IN TOWN. Shown by appt. only, $347,000, Includes land, bidg, bushess. FIXER UPPER golf course area. 3 bdnn, 2 bath, large tot, family rm with f/p. $152,500. CORNER LOT 4 BDRM-waiking distance to school, family rm with f/p. $139,900. SMALL ONE BDRM-611 Ave. L, $59,900. THREE BDRM, 1 bath, full basement $87,900. 664 AVE D—3 BDRM, 1 bath 1 car garage. $78,900. GREENEST UWN IN TOWN! Three bdrms, large family rm with f/p. Covered patk> & big yard, 1 car carport. $114,900. KEY LA R GO C ONDO—1500 s.f. 3 bdrm.Tncrudss appliances, upgraded carpeting, plus lake view! $199,900. BEST BUY IN AREA! 2 bdrm, 2 bath. 2 car carport In Lake Mtn. Estates. $119,900. CUSTOM HOME AREA OVERLOOKING LAKE—corner lot, 4 bdrm, 2 3/ 4 baths, RV parking, 2 car garage. $219,500. YOU MUST SEE THIS3 BDRM, 2 bath with 2047s.f. manufactured horns. Family room with f/p. Home features swnlngs, tinted windows, 2 car garage, InsMe laundry and more. Call for appt to see! $234,500. LAKE AREA—2 bedroom town house. Converted garage with Vp & storage. Upgraded & view of lake. $126,500. CUSTOM HOME AREA OVERLOOKING LAKE. Three b^lrm, 2 3/4 baths. Large lot, room for pool. IMany upgrades. $236,500. LARGE FOUR BEDRM—sstabllshsd area, large family room and Ihring room. $125,900. etS90 CaMuM Banker RnUwillal RMI EIUM. An Equal Oppotunly Contpany. (mt EqualHoMingOpponunly. So(Twonion lndapndnilyOwnadandOpar a lw) ^C7 FULL TIME REAL ESTATE AGENTS E.R.A. SUNBELT REALTY Is coming to Grssn Valley Dec 1991 This branch office will be located at Sunset snd Whitney Rsnch Rd Find out what It takes to become a member of our 1st In service team Call Rich Uppon or Ray Smith 364-1699 All inquiries and intenriews confidential __^_ NEW HOME BUYERS CALL FOR OUR LOW LOW HOMEOWERS RATES Discounts. Now lloint,' No Hassles One Call Noil SmokofR Does It All 456-8119 Greeti Valley Pkwy. ALLtOLDWELL I, PAUL GARGIS & ASSOCIATES RESIDENTIAL REAL ESTATE An Independently Owned and Operated Member ol Coldwell Banker nesidenllal Alfiliatet, Inc. CUSTOM HOME LOT—Swtlon 19, bkx:kwall2aldss, utilities in strsst and paid for. Terms. Call Paul for details. EQUAL HouaiHa OPPORTUMTY • REALTDRe THIS HOME HAS EVERYTHING—4 bedrooms-4 or more baths, family room upstairs, larga custom kitchen with 2 ovsns, wet bar & fireplace In down stairs family room, largs deck In front and back of home. Call Faye Swoboda or Sharon Kozar atMUt property V:35762. SUPER SHARP HOME—4 bedrooms—2+3/4 baths, Isrgs opsn floor plan, two story, 3 car garage, breakfast nook, Island kitchsn. Priced at $255,000. Call Sharon Kozar about property R:36629. APPROXIMATELY 1 ACRE IN MISSION HILLS—Two story with 4 badrooms & 3 full batha fantastic view of the city, balcony off master bedroom. Priced at $174,900. Call Sharon Kozar about property S:31344. GREENWAY GARDENS—4 bedrooms—1 • *. 3/4 baths, 2 car garage, sunken living room, outstanding view of the valley, pool and spa. Priced at $129,999. Call Brenda Bird about property T:39589. SIZE AND PRICE—2 story, 4 bedroom home over 2,000 square feet for $125,000. Features Include 2 way fireplace, laundry room, 2 car garage, solar screens, washer/dryer, community pool, RV/Boat parking available family room and more. Call Dean Moorman about property S:36936. Hurry!!!!!! FAIRVIEW ESTATES—3 bedroom-1 plus baths, 2 car garage w/auto door opener, beautifully landscaped, custom kitchen cabinets. Priced at $124,900. Call Sharon Kozar about property F:4S582. PRICE REDUCED—Home In Boulder City with 3 bedrooms—1 3/4 baths, 2 car garage w/auto door opener, fireplace, RV parking. Priced at $99,900. Call Sharon Kozar or Wendy Williams about property S:42420. LOTS OF GOODIES—4 iMdrooms—2 full baths, 2 car garage w/auto door opener, rolladen shutters, fireplace. Priced at $97,800. Call Angle Mundo about property D:33022. ROLLING HILLS ESTATES HOME-^ bedrooms—2 full baths, 2 car garage w/auto door opener, upgraded carpet, open floor plan, cozy fireplace. Priced at $94,500. Call Brenda Bird or Wendy Williams about property V:44820. PRICE REDUCTION-Great Highland Hills, 3 bedroom8-2 bsths, 2 car garage w/entry Into house. Owner will consider repainting Interior for buyer. Great family home now only $92,500. Call Brenda Simmons for appointment to see 8:37155. IDEAL HOME—3 bedroom—1+3/4 baths, 2 car garage w/auto door opener, custom kitchsn cabinets, washer & dryer, new vinyl siding, ck>se to schools, shopping, great freeway access. Prtoed at $89,950. Call Brenda Bird about property V:46464. HENDERSON FOOTHILLS—3 bedrooms—1 + 3/4 baths on s corner M, lots of shrubs and fruH trees, btock wall, country kitchen. Priced at $89,750. Call Sharon Kozar about property A:43684. SUPER LOCATION ON QUIET CUL-DE-SAC-4 bedrooms—1 3/4 bath, separate den/family room, 2 storage sheds, at>ove ground pool. Prtoed at $84,950. Call Brenda Bird about property M.-9240. GREAT HOME FOR THE MONEY-3 bedrooms-1 3/4 baths, open floor plan, fireplace, country kitchen, big back yard, RV/Boat parking. Prtoed at $84,900. Call Wendy or Brenda about property B:46079. VERY POPULAR 4 BEDROOM CONDO-Muitl-level unit, fireplace, custom wall unit, washer/dryer. Priced at $84,490. Call Angle Mundo about property K:46440. HENDERSON TOWNSITE-4/5 bedrooms with 2 full baths, RV/Boat parking, wdodburning stovs In kitchen. Prtoed at $79,900. Call Brenda Bird about property A :46866. JUST UKE NEW—CONDO-MultMevel unit w/2 bedrooms-2 plus baths, fireplace, celling tans, mini blinds, prhrate yard. Priced at $68,500. Call Angle Mundo about property K:45704. NICE TOWNSITE HOME— 2 bedroom-1 bath, needs some fixing up plenty of potential here. CailBrenda Simmons for an appointment to see A:42875 only $54,950. GREEN VALLEY CONDO-Hlll top beauty has 2 bedrooms-2 baths, community pool, window treatments throughout, great freeway access snd spotIssa condition. Won't last at this B rice I Ask Dean loorman about property 3:36386. 160 East Horizon Drive Henderson, Nevada 89015 Telephone: ^02) 564-6969 1-800-736-6960 NoMtif Qp^Mwiv. (ww Okm MiaOT*nay Om* • Q^MM Sandy Miller urges mammograms See Page 3 liLsiiic Sports Lady Wolves beaten in three Tin FerguioH See Page 9 ^/ (,1 ic'^Ij^^' • ^'• '^ '^OSb "^•^^ ~ See Page B1 High 97 Low 68 Mostly sunny and continued hot with light and variable winds. ki\ s Wciiilici H PM n F R^OM Nevada's Industrial Center Volume 42,80th Editioti Henderson, Nevada 250 THE COMMUNITY'S NEWSPAPER 2 Commerce Center Dr. 564-1881 Thursday, October 3,1991 One Man's VIEW By Mike O'Callaghan Henderson's Sam Boyd was honored in the Congressional Record by Sen. Harry Reid. I say he belongs to Henderson because of the many good things he and his family have done for the city. Especially important is the helping hand he gave so many of our young people. Hundreds of times he has dug down in his pocket to help the Hendei:son Boys Club and other recreational activities. Sure, he has provided many jobs for locals at his Eldorado Club and nearby Sam's Town, but he and his family have always taken that one extra step to help the entire community. I've been one of Sam's admirers for years and have had the pleasure of traveling with him. Nobody enjoys a iTxleo more than Sam. The same sparkle is in his eyes if it is a Nevada high school rodeo, National Finals or the Calgary Stampede. Watching him at all of them has been a rewarding experience for me. Now that he is in the World Gaming Hall of Fame, more people in our country may come to know about him and his accomplishments. He has been in the Silver State for 50 years and built a gaming empire with his skill and hard work. Even during the tough years, and like everybody he has had them, he never overlooked his own family. This attention has resulted in three more generations of Boyds who carry forth his principles of hard work and community involvement. Sam Boyd is proof that good guys do win in the game of life. Get ready fpr a big clash during the next meeting of the Nevada Legislature. Past legislative battles may appear as mere family spats compared with what can happen in 1993. Don't think for a minute that the war won't start until January 1993, because it has already been Uiggered and will only become more nasty as we move toward the 1992 election. The issue, like most government conflicts, is taxes. There never has been a tax liked by every citizen and few people are happy with the way their tax dollars are spent. Utopia to most Americans would be continuing or increasing services and decreasing taxes. Of course, this isn't the way the real world operates. Boulder City's John Higley, a tax accountant, and several small business people believe the 1991 Legislature was unfair to them when it City rejects massage permit STUPID HUMAN TRICKS — In anticipation of his scheduled appearance on the "Late Night with David Letterman" Friday night, John Kidd of Kidd & Co. Marshmallows in Henderson practices tossing a marshmallow, upper right, to rowdy Letterman fans. The company's vice president, Kidd will use a smaller version of the mixer pictured behhid him to make marshmallows with Letterman Friday. Photo by Terry Carter By Paul Szydeiko Managing Editor In a 3-2 vote Tuesday night, the Henderson City Council rc-affirmed aprevious decision to deny a cross-gender massage license for Lisa Fields Schwartz at the Electric Beach Tanning Salon in the Green Valley neighboriiood. An attorney representing Schwartz said that the council set a precedent for cross-gender therapy when it approved a license forthe Green Valley Athletic Qub in 1988. "Due to her good character and standing in the community, she .should be granted permission to do cross-gender therapy which includes massage," attorney Herman Saitz said. "To not permit her to do so would be discriminatory and would restrict ability to compete with others who woric in her area and would in effect give her competitors a monopoly in this business in Henderson." The attorney reviewed Schwartz's credentials and said the area where the massages arc given is open and in fiill view of other employees and customers. He added Schwartz would offer the city $200 a year for policing her business. Undercover policemen or licensing agents could inspect the business eight times a year, he said. Mayor Loma Kesterson joined Councilmen Andy Hafen and Michael Harris in voting against the cross-gender massage license. Councilmen Lorin Williams and Larry Scheffler voted in favor. "If we continue to grant waivers, people firom otherjurisdictions will move to Henderson because ihcy know they can get the crossgender permit," Kesterson said. "I'd like for Henderson not to See Council, Page 2 Pacific Avenue work to begin Monday Detours to be minimal in $1 million upgrade Kidding with Dave Henderson marshmallow man ^ to clown with NBC-TV's Letterman By Paul Szydeiko Managing Editor Henderson businessman John Kidd has been invited to make marshmallows with David Letterman on NBC-TV's "Late Night with David Lettennan" Friday. Kidd, vice president of Kidd & Co., was invited last week to be a guest on the talk-show, which is taped in New York. A booking representative fiom the show called Kidd in May to ask whether it would be feasible tomake marshmallows on stage. Kidd then sent a six-minute demonstration video tape. Kidd will bring pre-mixcd syrup to make enough marshmallows for Letterman's studio audience and a mixer, which will extrude a hose of marshmallows onto a tray of com starch. "We're going to make a little factory for Dave," Kidd said. "I can't think of a show I'd rather be on," said Kidd, who added that he likes the show but is unable to stay up late to watch it often. Kidd shares with Letterman an Indiana background. Kidd & Co. built its first plant in Ligoneer, Ind. Kidd and his wife flew to New York Wednesday and will stay until Saturday. The show will rehearse at 11:30 a.m. PDT and tape at 2:30 p.m. for airing at 12:30 a.m. that night (Saturday morning). The show will air locally on KVBC-Channel 3. By Katherine E. Scott News Staff Writer No major detours are expected for Pacific Avenue traffic as the first neighborhood improvements begin in Section 19 on Monday, according to the project manager for the company in charge of a four-month road upgrade. JR Jacks Constmction Co. of Las Vegas was awarded a $1,057,108.15 contract to widen a nearly one-mile stretch of Paci fie to five lanes, according to city records. Stonn drains, street lights, curbs and gutters are to be included, Henderson I*ublic Woilcs Department engineerDan Wilson said Tuesday. Another $4.3 million in various enhancements are expected in the three-quarter-square-mile Local Improvement District generally bordered by Grcenway Road. Horizon Drive, the U.S. 95 extension and the Union Pacific railroad tracks. (See related story Page 2.) "In the next 12 months ...we're going to see a dramatic improvement in the Section 19 area ofihc community," City Manager Phil Speight said. "With the freeway. Pacific Avenue and on our street rehabilitation program this year ... we're going to have a great deal of road and public infrastructure improvements going on," he added. Separate funding was furnished for Pacific Avenue, which bisects the LID north to south and will collect traffic from the Horizon Drive interchange with U.S. 95. Street bonds, a gas tax and Region^ Transportation Commission funds will pay for the Pacific See Road, Page 2 Commissioners approve new map The Qark County Commission completed reapportionment action this week complying with state law which mandates after each national census all election disUictsmust bemade virtually equal in population. As a result of the re-districting. Commissioner Bruce Woodbury will continue to represent Boulder Qty and most of the city of Henderson, including Uie Green Valley neighborhbod District A. However, Commission Vice Chairman Karen Hayes will now represent a portion of the city of Henderson, including Whitney Ranch, Pittinan and a small area soutii of Lake Mead Drive, in District G. The biggest change is Uiat the city of Henderson will now have two commissioners to represent their interests in County government, and tiie residents of East Las Vegas, Whitney Ranch and those east of Boulder Highway north of Lake Mead Drive, who were formeriy part of District A, will now join residents in Paradise Valley in Hayes' District G. In addition to Boulder City and most of Henderson, Woodbury's disuict now includes Laughlin, Searchlight, Overton, Mesquite, BunkerviUe and Enterprise, plus small areas of Sunrise Manor and Spring Valley. Woodbury and Hayes both expressed their commiunent to work together closely in being strong advocates for tiie people of the Henderson-Boulder City area. The County Commission election in Disuict A will be held in the fall of 1992. The election in District G will take place in 1994. Hayes, who was elected in 1982, is currenUy the vice chairman of the Board of Commissioners and is also chairman of Uie Clark County SanitaUon Disuict. As a former state legislator, she brings extensive governmental knowledge to the Board of County Commission. Hayes was bom in Southern Nevada and she and her family live in Las Vegas. Woodbury has represented the same area since he took office in 1981, having been elected and reelected in 1982, 1984 and 1988. He was chairman of tiie County Commission during 1989 and 1'990, and is currently chaitroan of tiie Regional Transportation Commission. He also serves on tiie Qark County Regional Flood Control District, serving as its first chairman from 1985 to 1990. and on tiie Qark County Board of Health. Woodbury was bom in Soutiiem Nevada, and he and his family have resided in Boulder City for the past 13 years. L. Jessie Bennett 8 Richard Cohen 4 Joey Curtis 10 John Flaheny 6 Senior Activities 7 Guy Shipler 4 RuthSoehllce 10 Viewpoint..,.^ 4 Your Views 5 rXatior ama Carolyn Drennan Bishop „..B14 Jim Brann B3 Classified B17 Comics, Crossword B16 Dear Debbie ...B14 Entertainment ..HT^T^nn;.. 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