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1991-10-08 - Henderson Home News

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1991-10-08 - Henderson Home News
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Scott, Katherine E. ( Columnist )
Mayes, Aaron ( Columnist )
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.>.i.:. .yw'. ^ i v !* ^ ^w^^WPWipwniiwpiip Page B22 Henderson Hom News, Boulder City News, Green Valley News REAL ESTATE ASSUMABLE nori: qualifying loan by owner on this beautiful 4 bdrm home. Enjoy oozy nights by this family rm fireplace & barbecues on your covered patio and summers in the community pool & spa. Asking j $120,000 payments ofj $917 mo. Too many unique features to men-1 tion. Call 566-0771 or in, Connecticut 203-8592211 (Owner-Agent) HENDERSON-Starter/I Retirement Dream. Im-' maculate former model | (Mirrors, wallpaper, tile, i F/P), L.V. view 1241 Equestrian, 2 Br., 1 3/4 Ba., 2 Gar, 1,298 SF. $92,000. Owner-Days 434-7395 Eves. 2935342. REAL ESTATE WITH AN HONEST DIFFERENCE Josie Olson has built her reputation on honesty, experience and outstanding service. There is a Uifference between realtors. For a brochure about Josle's Real Estate services or (or more informalion about the Real Estate market, call Josie today. Get honest answers toyour Real Estate questions. 389-1100 454-7400 JACK MATTHEWS &C0. NEED TO SELL YOUR HOUSE? WE WILL BUY IT NOW 293-1613 G.A. "Curly" Str.il h REAL ESTATE RIVER LANDING beautiful 3 bdrm home In prestigkjus community, new upgraded carpet & paint, community pool! A must seel $112,000 Call Mark Morgan Coast to Coast RE 596-7052 & 566-9046. CUSTOM HOME on 1/2 acre Sec. 19. 2,000 plus s.f. 4 bdrm $127,000. No Realtors 565-8180. NEWON THE MARKET 4 bedroom, 1 3/4 bath, 2 car qaraqe, established neignbornood, clean as new, full landscaping, sngi story, covered RV parking, 384 Jann Dr. $105,900. Home Network Realty 252-5757 Call Dale Thompson 5643477. REAL ESTATE VET or NOT! OWN YOUR OWN HOME • vrerOuaWywrgTfRWHSR • uaips' VA ^na HUD Repo into p'Dvid"ig the higHesi quaWy setMice r i'Jing to home OAne'S^ • D Ihrrjugt" V* NO DOWN t FHA LOW DOWN !!! VETERANS!!! And Active Military *No Down Payment to $18J 000 1459-8387 • :4 Hrs Ooen 7 days Bfonet • "franchisee of Veteran Real Estate franchise Cofp Each Offce ^s i^Dpf^dP"!); Owned and Ooerateo Veteran Housing Center 5000 E. Bonanza Rd. at Nellis nel 10 KIMarl HOME EQUITY LOANS. Quick Cash First or Second Mortgages. Consolidate your bills, take a vacation, or do home improvement. Income or credit problems are no Problem. Call us regardless if you've been turned down by another company. Express Mortgage 368-1081. GOV'T OWNED homes huge3bdrm,2bath,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. Assumable/no credit check, very low interest $118,900. Call Mike Coast to Coast Realty 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. REAL ESTATE VERY NICE 3 bdrm. 2 bath, 2 par garage, frpk:, landscaped, jacuzzi, covered patio, block walls, near Basic High $15,000 dwn & assume pymts of $775 or new loan. 565-7646. FOR SALE 1 1/4 acres in Dolan Springs AZ. All utiL & septic tank are in. New I 32 X 32 garaae w-3/4 bath. Fenced. Excellent view of valley. $24,900 or make offer. Call Stan 293-2583. BC SPYGLASS HILL CONDO IN BC 687 Marine Dr., No. 39. 2 bdrm, 2-1/2 baths. Was model unit. Call Desert Empire Realty, ask for lorry, office 251-5495 or home 3846356. Owner/Licensee ( "TW* ) MoneyWorld ^ %i l li^ REALTORS' \B 3280 E. Troplcant M Las Vegas, NV 89121 OFRCE: (702) 435-8300 MOBILE: (702) 378-4015 FAX:(7D2)4S4-737t HOME: (702)565.4806 BONNIE LYOA REM.TOM FOR SALE BY OWNER 2-story Lewis Home w/ pool, 2400 sq. ft., excellent condition, reduced $12,000 to 5164,500.294-1239. BC 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 Realty 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 LOTSINB.C—ALLREDUCEDINPRICE-oneovorlooks Lake Mead. CALL LUKE. —— — BEAUTIFUL CUSTOM HOME ON 1/2 ACRE-pool/spa, covered patio, large R.V. parking area. Priced rigfit!! To See call Don or Curtis. PARADISE HILLS—$29,950 and $39,950. 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. MOBILE HOME LOT, ALREADY HAVE A MOBILE HOME OR BUYING A NEW ONE??? Bring it to Sunrise Mobile Estates, in Henderson of Course!! For more info. CALL RANDY. r 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 Vivi to see!!! Sec. 271 /2 acre parcels, beautiful custom home building lots 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—6 bedroom home In Valley View area. Over 2500 square feet of living area. Fenced yard, priced at $63,000. Call Ken. COMMERCIAL 2.5-7.5 ACRES ON ANNIE OAKLEY Possible 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 established business, great opportunity. $120,000. CALL DON FOR DETAILS. Across From The New City Hall and Convention Center HENDERSONSTARTER/RETIREMENT Dream. Immaculate former model (mirrors, wallpaper, tile, f/p), L.V. view. 1241 Equestrian, 2 br,1 3/4 ba, 2 gar, 1,298 sf. $92,000. Owner Days 434-7395 eves 293-5342. BC REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE DENNIS CONNERS "KNOWS BOULDER CITY" Over 43 Years in Boulder City Home 293-4737 htobile 596-1331 1-800-776-4575 JACK MATTHEWS & CO. CONTACT: RICHARD OUr OFFICE: 702)458-8888 PAGER: 702)389-1873 HOME 702) 283-4815 TOLL FREE: 1-800-266-4915 Want to Buy or Sell-Call Richard .>53Sricgnafj,g^^^ •~~" INDEPENDENTLY OWNED & OPERATED 2625 N. Green Valley Pkvvy.. Suite 150, Green Valley, NV 89bl4 desert SUIU REALTY YOUR ONE-STOP Real Estate Company E CALL 24 HRS. 1311 NEVADA HIGHWAY (702) BOULDER CITY. NV 89005 lEALTOR 293-2151 ^^vi^l"^ FAX 293-0000 Hours: 9:00-5:00 M0N.-8AT. /|||_5 and By Appointment LARGE FAMILY HOME: Room for all the extras, good valley view, one-third acre, nearly new. 1313 Highland Ct. $269,900. MOBILE HOME LOT: Lowest price In B.C., nice corner lot ready for your new home, $51,550. NEW CUSTOM RANCH: 1/3 acre, valley view, 3BR, In-home office, family room, and more. See today, only $189,950. BUILDING LOTS: nice selection Including exclusive Lake views from $75,000. Stop by today for Info.. COMMERCIAL PROPERTY: see US foryour needs, also some nice highway frontage property, ready to build or lease. RENTALS"* RENTALS: see separate ad for B.C., Immediate possession. BUYING REAL ESTATE? YOU NEED A BUYER'S AGENT: ASK US! t=J FULL-TIME • FULL-SERVICE SINCE 1979 H^'iTm STOP BY OUR OFFICE AND LOOK OVER THE MANY oprooTtMTY OTHf A PROPERTIES AVAILABLE CALLCOLDWELLBANKER COLDWELL BANKER ANCHOR REALTY OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK! FAX: 293-7780 501 Nevada Hwy., Boulder City 293-5757 m FREE! LIST OF ALL HOMES FOR SALE IN BOULDER CITY. GET OIM OUR MAILING LIST. ADULT AREA MOBILE HOME—3 bdrm, 1 1/2 baths, 1 car garage. $91,913. LARGE TWO BEDRM MOBILE with 3 car garage and RV covered parking. Huge patio over garage with view of lake. $196,000. 1295 SHENANDOAH—2 bdrm, 2 full baths, extra room with redwood decking and spa. Big lot wKh steel storage bidg. $92,000. 1300 SHENANDOAH—2 bdrm, 1 bath. $75,900. TWO LA DOLCE VITA CONDOS—One $77,500 & one $87,000. TRPLEX-close to banks, shopping. $139,900. BOULDER SQUARE C0ND<>-2nd level, 2 bdrm. $67,000. ONE OF THE LONGEST ESTABLISHED RESTAURANTS IN TOWN. Shown by appt. only, $347,000, Includes land, bIdg, business. FIXER UPPER golf course area. 3 bdrm, 2 bath, largo k>t, family rm wKh l/p. $152,500. CORNER LOT 4 BDRM-walkIng 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. KEY LARGO CONDO-1500 s.f. 3 bdrm. Includes 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. LAKE AREA—2 bedroom townhouee. Converted garage with f/p A storage. Upgraded & view of lake. $126,500. CUSTOM HOME AREA OVERLOOKING LAKE.
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mmmmm mmmmm Page 2 Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Tuesday, October 8,1991 Council perpetuates massage monopoly Several aspects of last Tuesday night's Henderson City Council ruling on a cross-gender massage license application are troubling. Admittedly, the city finds itself between a rock and a hard place, or in this case, between a towel-draped table and some very hard fingers. The council, in a tight 3-2 vote, denied a cross-gender massage license to Lisa Fields Schwartz of Electric Beach Tanning, a small business in the Green Valley neighborhood. The council was consistent in that it denied a previous applicant at the same location a cross-gender massage license eaiiier this year. However, an inequity continues to exist. Although the city's ordinances specifically prohibit cross-gender massage, in 1988, with staffs approval, the council consented to cross-gender therapy to be performed at the Green Valley Athletic Qub. The apparent reasoning was that the massage business was only a small pan of the total operation, massage areas are partitioned with controlled access by the club's management At Tuesday's council meeting, council members openly questioned how the GVAC license was approved, saying it "slipped through" and was a "fluke." Four of the five current councilmembers were aboard in 1988, including the three who voted against the crossgender permit Tuesday, when the GVAC sailed through on a consent agenda. They are responsible and should admit it. It would be nearly impossible for the council to take away the GVAC's license, and I'm not arguing it should try. Pertiaps the city can rc-write the ordinance to say cross-gender massage is permitted only at large, multi-million dollar sports facilities. That law would by Paul Szydelko Managing Editor Wfc %4/^Mi^^^^^^H accurately reflect the thinking of the council on this matter and indicate even more strongly than Tuesday's vote that crossgender massage therapists are not welcomed in the city. Or perhaps the council should seriously considerthese applications on theirindividual merits. When obviously wellqualified applicants such as Schwartz apply for a license and graciously invite the city to police her operation regularly, those applicants should be allowed to perfonn cross-gendermassage. The licenses should be given only on a temporary basis, which will allow the city greater discretion after seeing the business in operation. Mayor Loma Kesterson was serious when she said she doesn't want Henderson to be known as the massage capital of the world, but I'm not sure that's a legitimate threat. And if cross-gender massage is such a worry, where were the residents to protest the application? Is the council accurately reflecting the residents' wishes? Councilman Andy Hafen said part of the council's job was to protect the residents' safety, welfare and morals before he voted against the cross-gender license. Councilman Michael Harris and Kesterson agreed. Councilmen Lorin WiUiams and Larry Scheffler (the only councilmember not on the panel in 1988) voted in favor of the license. Right now the GVAC owns a monopoly and the council is perpetuating it. Right now the council is discriminating against small business owners and opening itself up to a lawsuit Right now the city should be squirming because of the inequity. Teachers participate In unique workshop One-on-one program helps local Instructors By Roy Theiss News St&tt Writer Several local teachers are learning new methods to teach students at a math and science workshop sponsored by the Department of Energy. What makes this workshop unique is that the teachers are working with students on a one-on-one basis as they leam the new teaching concepts. The workshop started in the summer and will continue at the Katz-McMillan Elementary School on the last weekend of every month until February, except November and December due to holidays. Four teachers from Gordon McCaw Elementary are among the approximately 30 teachers participating. In addition to the McCaw Elementary teachers— Rebecca Bradley, Michelle Frederick, Katie Schaeffer and Joyce Winternheimer—Amy Happening tour set for Thursday Six busloads of persons interested in recent developments in the city have reserved space for the annual It's Happening in Henderson tour Thursday, according to the Henderson Chamber of Commerce. Features will include walkthrough tours of either Sunkist Graphics or the new distribution warehouse for L'eggs, and a visit to the Henderson Campus of Community College of Southern Murder victims' families to meet Families of m urder victims meet the second Thursday of every month at the MADD offices, 3321 Sunrise Ave., Suite 107, in the Spectrum Complex at Charleston and Pecos. TTie next meeting is at 7 p.m. Thursday. For more information, call 564-5919 or 8971114. Nevada. The tour begins and ends at the CCSN campus, where its new building, the second at the site, is nearing completion. Refreshments and a no-host bar will be held for returning bus passengers. Highlights of the tour will include woric under way for the Boulder Highway Beautification Project and the site of Car Country International near the city's southern border. Although earthwork has just begun at Car Country, riders may compare the site in future tours. The 14th It's Happening in Henderson tour will also visitLake Las Vegas, where previous tours have shown work just beginning. This visit will show a completed dam and the lake staning to fill, according to a Chamber of Commerce spokeswoman. The tour is co-sponsored by the chamber and the city of Henderson. LOOKING FOR FUN — A pair of Bengal Tiwith lions, and gers search for exercise while being kept in a Henderson to round cage over the weekend at Betty Honn's Monday. Adoption center. The circus cats were caged both were transported ft-om California for circus shows Phdo by Terry Carter Blansett is a Henderson resident who teaches at Standford Elementary School and is participating. The teachers leam a concept Friday evening and tutor a student Saturday. The goal of the workshop is to keep students interested in mathematics and science. "We want to develop for kids a real positive attitude for math and science," said Bradley, a third grade teacher at McCaw Elementary. "A lot of kids lose interest fast and if we can change that, then half the battle is woa" The way the school district is trying to win the battle is with new techniques. At the woricshop, the new method of teaching is with math and science manipulatives. 'This tics in with the school district," Bradley said. "They are pushing math manipulatives. The student can see it and touch it and it seems to make a difference." Manipulatives take the abstract and convert it into some concrete form. In math, the teachers are using math tiles—color square tiles which the student can use to make different shapes. Bradley said this technique can be used through the junior high school level. In science, the student doesn't only study problem-solving. They may work with a plane, a rubber band and a propeller to see if the plane goes a certain distance after winding the propeller 30 times. Then the students check to see if the plane would go half the distance with half the winding. "It's really exciting to see the kids get out there and do this," Bradley said. "They really enjoy this so they get more involved. They remember it better because they aren't regurgitating it." The whole class benefits from this method, Bradley said. "We hit more ability levels with this. We reach all the students quicker and we don't have to repeat it. It's not just the top kids understanding [the lesson]." Bradley added that the teaching goes a little slowerbut the students understand the material easier. Triggerman faces preliminary hearing Accomplice pleads to burglary By Katherine E. Scott News Staff yfriter One man involved in the August shooting of a Henderson woman will be sentenced later this month after pleading guilty to a burglary charge, accorxling to District Court records. The man police say actually shot the victim Aug. 10 faces an Oct. 16 preliminary hearing in Henderson Justice Court, a spokeswoman said. William Darnell Smith and Oriando Allen Floyd were both arrested the night of the shooting and charged with burglary and attempte4.murder, police said at tile tirpe. Floyd pleaded guilty to Uie lesser charge last month and faces an Oct. 28 sentencing in District Court Drugs were believed to have been involved in tiie shooting on Eastminister Court, according to reports at the time. A 30-year-old woman was shot in the neck shortly before midnight and was admitted to University Medical Center in stable condition. Police said tiie victim had argued wiUi three men at her apartment before the shooting. "Officers discovered narcotics in die apartment and believe tiiat the shooting may have been drug-related," stated an HPD press release issued after Uie incident. Floyd and Smith were found at a nearby apartment on Center Street, police said. A small caliber, semi-automatic handgun allegedly used by Floyd in the shooting was also found at tiie time. STATEMtNT OF OWNEMHIP. MANAClMtNT AND ClUCUUTION Twice Weekly II. >uO1t0mC | i >>w*'rS^ AMn 104 •JWoUilb, S20.00 P.g" Box 90430 Hndron. Hv S9000 Cl.rk County I i>^,. MH-......,w ~i.^K.. ^,. uju^ an... j M >au Tc;cr P.O. Bo 90430 Ntndaraoii, K. tSOOB i f*^ t>m mm mr k v.,.!..' ifc. M/ r.vt. M..A., .Jl^M—-~~^^• ^ Mlk. OC.Uuh.n P.O. B o, BQ^Q n.nd.r.on.W g00B DANCING CASSIE—The Henderson Parks and Recreation Department sponsored the Country Western Jamboree Saturday at Morrell Park, which featured live music, pony rides anddandng. CassieSimpson,7,strutsher stuff at this weekend's ^^^"t" Plioto by Aar Mayei Mlk. 0-CiillMh.. P.O_Bo 90430 H.d.r>B. WT. BBOo a Piul SiydeUo P.O. Bo< 90430 H.iid.rion, Hv. S9009 ^HENDERSON fHOIVIE NEVIfS An Independent Newspaper Founded June 1,1951 PuUlshcd every Tueiday and Thursday maniliig at 2 Commerce Center Drive, Heflderson, Nevada by HBC PubUcalloiis Inc. Second das) portage paid at Henderioa, Nevada. OJSPS 516649) POSTMASTER: ^d address changes to HENDERSON HOME NEWS, 2 Commerce Center Drive, Henderson, Nv. 89014 Phone (702) 564-1881 MIKEO'CALLAGHAN PMblUier TIMO'CALLAGHAN General Manager PAUL SZYDELKO Managing Editor CAROLYN O'CALLAGHAN Co-PubUshcr MARY COLLEEN MIELE ClrariatkM Manager H.B.C. PnbUcatkMs Mike O'Cailagban, President; Carolyn O'Callagban, Vke President; Tim O'Callaghan, Treasurer/Vice President; Rutbe Deskln, Secretary; Mary Colleen MIcie, Vice President. SubKriptJon rates Single 25 cents One year 420 Six months..... $15 Three monthi.. ilO Mail subscriptioni WcM of Misdaslppl.. S30 per year $20 for six months East of MiasissippL. 435 per year $25rorsixiBOBtht mi.* o'eiii.,-hrK Clrolvn 0'C.ll..h.n ^ V4miMV# H#MM Atf^*aa Kv. BOX 90m) Htiid7r.on, Hv. HflM r.. n-n-"n f; .'"V^Q H1mu,m0,,IU-t,.UmHm''Om,. Mowr C -liM Mrffc, A,M MM • M* I ,>.^ H i.i M4 • 17*11-8 r-IMM NW CIMMV.4 LJ^..*M, If M.aM* D:Z •L ^ • • • *Tj**** Td Pt Ca*^.^.^^^^_, I ciny thai thi luiimaiHi mtit kr m thn, n tenet tiw wntol> 6731 5444 34S tin. 4 OS • 194 -22SL asi JU21•930 M35 331 JUA. SOS •061 -lU. 434 •8)0 fftmMl <.y/ Tuesday, October 8,1991 Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Page 3 Fire may signal end of historic building By Katherine E. Scott Beit's Staff Writer Local residents may recognize it as a hazardous eyesore; oldtimers might rememlKr it as a former cathouse-tumed-motel. But a fire last week could lead to the destruction of one of the oldest buildings in Henderson. Whether the Polka Dot Motel— a boarded-up monument to the community's past—will continue to stand could be up to the city of Henderson's building department. Director Joe Titus was unavailable for comment Monday. A Tuesday afternoon fire OcL 2 gutted die inside of the abandoned building, located just south of the What's Up bar at 1101 N. Boulder Highway. A city building inspector said Wednesday tiiat the fire left Uie old motel stiucnirally unsound. It was posted as unsafe to enter, and might face a condemnation procedure. Owned by Floyd and Barbara Brossard of Henderson since 1978, it was operated as weekly or montiily rental units until the early 1980s, according to David Lee, die city's purchasing agent "In some fonn, [the building] was there during the building of Boulder Dam," B arbara B rossard said Monday. "The first known records [are from] sometime in 1941," she said. "However, that's when they stancd keeping Building Department records for the county." "There were many buildings on that property before we came here," Brossanl said. She added the remaining building was used POLKA DOT MOTEL — Flames ft-ame a window at the abandoned Polka Dot Motel as Henderson firefighters begin to spray water Into the room where a fire began last week. One of the oldest buildings in the city, it could face condemnation after becoming structurally unsound. Photo by KaUierlne E. Scott for various functions, including a house of prostitution in its earlier days. Prostitution was common in that area of town before Henderson was incorporated as a city in 1953. Brossard said they recognize die building has become a hazard and might need to come down. "It's not an easy situation for us," she said, noting die couple is retired. 'This is an expense for us," she said. "We've been victimized by two arson fires." She was hoping to speak widi city officials to dctennine if financial help may be available to tear down the building. "It's gradually being picked apart by fires and vandalism," she said. Noting that Henderson has no program fortransients, she said, "We've had a number of homeless people break in [to live]." "The periphery around the motel and in the trees behind it has been used by transients... for the last 10 years," Henderson Police Chief James Goff said Monday. He said the building acts as a shield for persons living among the trees. Removal of the building could eliminate the vagrant population in Uiat area, Goff said. ABWA to meet tonight The Desert Dawn Chapter of the American Business Women's Association (ABWA) will hold its monthly meeting tonight at die Henderson Jaycees building, 425 E. Van Wagenen. A social time will be from 6:30 to 7 p.m. with the meeting and meal starting at 7 p.m. All employed individuals interested in bringing together businesswomen personally and professionaUy are encouraged to attend. For more information about ABWA, contact Carolyn Pinther, vice president, at 456-6311. YOUR HOME, YOUR TAX SHELTER Residential real estate the roof over your head is still one of the best tax shelters available. It's got two special advantages. First, there's no tax due on the capital gain you make when you sell your home, as long as you buy another home that costs as much within two years and meet certain other conditions. And you can do this again and again, rolling over the gains from one house to another, defening any tax due on the profits. In time, you even get credit for capital improvements that you make to the property. And for those over 55 who decide to sell and not buy another property, or choose one less expensive, there's a once-in-a-lifetime benefit, an opportunity to exdiKJe the first $125,000 of capital gain from any taxation at all! Will this affect what you should sell when? Ask our knowledgeable real estate professionals about loopholes and pitfalls. We'll help you reach an informed decision about selling. You can depend on the real estate professionals at Coldwell Banker/Paul Gargis & Associates, 160 East Horizon Drive, Henderson, Nevada, phone (702)564-6969. EXPECT THE BEST!!! A lot of Dinner A few Dollars. ATTENTION ARTISTS—The ninth annual "Artist in the Grass" will be held Oct. 18-20 at the Henderson Convention Center. For more information, contact the Henderson Chamber of Comnierce,100E. Lake Mead Dr., 565-8951. COMPLETE DINNER SPECIALS Spa^etti & Meatballs $5.95 Lasa^iia $5.95 Veal Parmesan $7.95 ITALIAN CUISINE 5PM-11PM EXCEPT TUESDAYS COMPLETE DINNER SPECIALS Prime Rib $7.95 Alaskan King Crab Ixgs ^ $9.95 SOUTHERN HOSPITALITY 5PM 11PM EXCEPT WEDNESDAYS A Memorable Evening -Affordable Prices Come as you are. SHOWBOAT RESERVATIONS SUGGESTED 3859123 H0Ta,CASMftBOWLMGCENTERlASVKAS i^ BOULDER HIGHWAY AT FREMONT loRlGINALDiFECTlVE

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mmmmm mmmmm Page 2 Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Tuesday, October 8,1991 Council perpetuates massage monopoly Several aspects of last Tuesday night's Henderson City Council ruling on a cross-gender massage license application are troubling. Admittedly, the city finds itself between a rock and a hard place, or in this case, between a towel-draped table and some very hard fingers. The council, in a tight 3-2 vote, denied a cross-gender massage license to Lisa Fields Schwartz of Electric Beach Tanning, a small business in the Green Valley neighborhood. The council was consistent in that it denied a previous applicant at the same location a cross-gender massage license eaiiier this year. However, an inequity continues to exist. Although the city's ordinances specifically prohibit cross-gender massage, in 1988, with staffs approval, the council consented to cross-gender therapy to be performed at the Green Valley Athletic Qub. The apparent reasoning was that the massage business was only a small pan of the total operation, massage areas are partitioned with controlled access by the club's management At Tuesday's council meeting, council members openly questioned how the GVAC license was approved, saying it "slipped through" and was a "fluke." Four of the five current councilmembers were aboard in 1988, including the three who voted against the crossgender permit Tuesday, when the GVAC sailed through on a consent agenda. They are responsible and should admit it. It would be nearly impossible for the council to take away the GVAC's license, and I'm not arguing it should try. Pertiaps the city can rc-write the ordinance to say cross-gender massage is permitted only at large, multi-million dollar sports facilities. That law would by Paul Szydelko Managing Editor Wfc %4/^Mi^^^^^^H accurately reflect the thinking of the council on this matter and indicate even more strongly than Tuesday's vote that crossgender massage therapists are not welcomed in the city. Or perhaps the council should seriously considerthese applications on theirindividual merits. When obviously wellqualified applicants such as Schwartz apply for a license and graciously invite the city to police her operation regularly, those applicants should be allowed to perfonn cross-gendermassage. The licenses should be given only on a temporary basis, which will allow the city greater discretion after seeing the business in operation. Mayor Loma Kesterson was serious when she said she doesn't want Henderson to be known as the massage capital of the world, but I'm not sure that's a legitimate threat. And if cross-gender massage is such a worry, where were the residents to protest the application? Is the council accurately reflecting the residents' wishes? Councilman Andy Hafen said part of the council's job was to protect the residents' safety, welfare and morals before he voted against the cross-gender license. Councilman Michael Harris and Kesterson agreed. Councilmen Lorin WiUiams and Larry Scheffler (the only councilmember not on the panel in 1988) voted in favor of the license. Right now the GVAC owns a monopoly and the council is perpetuating it. Right now the council is discriminating against small business owners and opening itself up to a lawsuit Right now the city should be squirming because of the inequity. Teachers participate In unique workshop One-on-one program helps local Instructors By Roy Theiss News St&tt Writer Several local teachers are learning new methods to teach students at a math and science workshop sponsored by the Department of Energy. What makes this workshop unique is that the teachers are working with students on a one-on-one basis as they leam the new teaching concepts. The workshop started in the summer and will continue at the Katz-McMillan Elementary School on the last weekend of every month until February, except November and December due to holidays. Four teachers from Gordon McCaw Elementary are among the approximately 30 teachers participating. In addition to the McCaw Elementary teachers— Rebecca Bradley, Michelle Frederick, Katie Schaeffer and Joyce Winternheimer—Amy Happening tour set for Thursday Six busloads of persons interested in recent developments in the city have reserved space for the annual It's Happening in Henderson tour Thursday, according to the Henderson Chamber of Commerce. Features will include walkthrough tours of either Sunkist Graphics or the new distribution warehouse for L'eggs, and a visit to the Henderson Campus of Community College of Southern Murder victims' families to meet Families of m urder victims meet the second Thursday of every month at the MADD offices, 3321 Sunrise Ave., Suite 107, in the Spectrum Complex at Charleston and Pecos. TTie next meeting is at 7 p.m. Thursday. For more information, call 564-5919 or 8971114. Nevada. The tour begins and ends at the CCSN campus, where its new building, the second at the site, is nearing completion. Refreshments and a no-host bar will be held for returning bus passengers. Highlights of the tour will include woric under way for the Boulder Highway Beautification Project and the site of Car Country International near the city's southern border. Although earthwork has just begun at Car Country, riders may compare the site in future tours. The 14th It's Happening in Henderson tour will also visitLake Las Vegas, where previous tours have shown work just beginning. This visit will show a completed dam and the lake staning to fill, according to a Chamber of Commerce spokeswoman. The tour is co-sponsored by the chamber and the city of Henderson. LOOKING FOR FUN — A pair of Bengal Tiwith lions, and gers search for exercise while being kept in a Henderson to round cage over the weekend at Betty Honn's Monday. Adoption center. The circus cats were caged both were transported ft-om California for circus shows Phdo by Terry Carter Blansett is a Henderson resident who teaches at Standford Elementary School and is participating. The teachers leam a concept Friday evening and tutor a student Saturday. The goal of the workshop is to keep students interested in mathematics and science. "We want to develop for kids a real positive attitude for math and science," said Bradley, a third grade teacher at McCaw Elementary. "A lot of kids lose interest fast and if we can change that, then half the battle is woa" The way the school district is trying to win the battle is with new techniques. At the woricshop, the new method of teaching is with math and science manipulatives. 'This tics in with the school district," Bradley said. "They are pushing math manipulatives. The student can see it and touch it and it seems to make a difference." Manipulatives take the abstract and convert it into some concrete form. In math, the teachers are using math tiles—color square tiles which the student can use to make different shapes. Bradley said this technique can be used through the junior high school level. In science, the student doesn't only study problem-solving. They may work with a plane, a rubber band and a propeller to see if the plane goes a certain distance after winding the propeller 30 times. Then the students check to see if the plane would go half the distance with half the winding. "It's really exciting to see the kids get out there and do this," Bradley said. "They really enjoy this so they get more involved. They remember it better because they aren't regurgitating it." The whole class benefits from this method, Bradley said. "We hit more ability levels with this. We reach all the students quicker and we don't have to repeat it. It's not just the top kids understanding [the lesson]." Bradley added that the teaching goes a little slowerbut the students understand the material easier. Triggerman faces preliminary hearing Accomplice pleads to burglary By Katherine E. Scott News Staff yfriter One man involved in the August shooting of a Henderson woman will be sentenced later this month after pleading guilty to a burglary charge, accorxling to District Court records. The man police say actually shot the victim Aug. 10 faces an Oct. 16 preliminary hearing in Henderson Justice Court, a spokeswoman said. William Darnell Smith and Oriando Allen Floyd were both arrested the night of the shooting and charged with burglary and attempte4.murder, police said at tile tirpe. Floyd pleaded guilty to Uie lesser charge last month and faces an Oct. 28 sentencing in District Court Drugs were believed to have been involved in tiie shooting on Eastminister Court, according to reports at the time. A 30-year-old woman was shot in the neck shortly before midnight and was admitted to University Medical Center in stable condition. Police said tiie victim had argued wiUi three men at her apartment before the shooting. "Officers discovered narcotics in die apartment and believe tiiat the shooting may have been drug-related," stated an HPD press release issued after Uie incident. Floyd and Smith were found at a nearby apartment on Center Street, police said. A small caliber, semi-automatic handgun allegedly used by Floyd in the shooting was also found at tiie time. STATEMtNT OF OWNEMHIP. MANAClMtNT AND ClUCUUTION Twice Weekly II. >uO1t0mC | i >>w*'rS^ AMn 104 •JWoUilb, S20.00 P.g" Box 90430 Hndron. Hv S9000 Cl.rk County I i>^,. MH-......,w ~i.^K.. ^,. uju^ an... j M >au Tc;cr P.O. Bo 90430 Ntndaraoii, K. tSOOB i f*^ t>m mm mr k v.,.!..' ifc. M/ r.vt. M..A., .Jl^M—-~~^^• ^ Mlk. OC.Uuh.n P.O. B o, BQ^Q n.nd.r.on.W g00B DANCING CASSIE—The Henderson Parks and Recreation Department sponsored the Country Western Jamboree Saturday at Morrell Park, which featured live music, pony rides anddandng. CassieSimpson,7,strutsher stuff at this weekend's ^^^"t" Plioto by Aar Mayei Mlk. 0-CiillMh.. P.O_Bo 90430 H.d.r>B. WT. BBOo a Piul SiydeUo P.O. Bo< 90430 H.iid.rion, Hv. S9009 ^HENDERSON fHOIVIE NEVIfS An Independent Newspaper Founded June 1,1951 PuUlshcd every Tueiday and Thursday maniliig at 2 Commerce Center Drive, Heflderson, Nevada by HBC PubUcalloiis Inc. Second das) portage paid at Henderioa, Nevada. 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Mowr C -liM Mrffc, A,M MM • M* I ,>.^ H i.i M4 • 17*11-8 r-IMM NW CIMMV.4 LJ^..*M, If M.aM* D:Z •L ^ • • • *Tj**** Td Pt Ca*^.^.^^^^_, I ciny thai thi luiimaiHi mtit kr m thn, n tenet tiw wntol> 6731 5444 34S tin. 4 OS • 194 -22SL asi JU21•930 M35 331 JUA. SOS •061 -lU. 434 •8)0 fftmMl <.y/ Tuesday, October 8,1991 Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Page 3 Fire may signal end of historic building By Katherine E. Scott Beit's Staff Writer Local residents may recognize it as a hazardous eyesore; oldtimers might rememlKr it as a former cathouse-tumed-motel. But a fire last week could lead to the destruction of one of the oldest buildings in Henderson. Whether the Polka Dot Motel— a boarded-up monument to the community's past—will continue to stand could be up to the city of Henderson's building department. Director Joe Titus was unavailable for comment Monday. A Tuesday afternoon fire OcL 2 gutted die inside of the abandoned building, located just south of the What's Up bar at 1101 N. Boulder Highway. A city building inspector said Wednesday tiiat the fire left Uie old motel stiucnirally unsound. It was posted as unsafe to enter, and might face a condemnation procedure. Owned by Floyd and Barbara Brossard of Henderson since 1978, it was operated as weekly or montiily rental units until the early 1980s, according to David Lee, die city's purchasing agent "In some fonn, [the building] was there during the building of Boulder Dam," B arbara B rossard said Monday. "The first known records [are from] sometime in 1941," she said. "However, that's when they stancd keeping Building Department records for the county." "There were many buildings on that property before we came here," Brossanl said. She added the remaining building was used POLKA DOT MOTEL — Flames ft-ame a window at the abandoned Polka Dot Motel as Henderson firefighters begin to spray water Into the room where a fire began last week. One of the oldest buildings in the city, it could face condemnation after becoming structurally unsound. Photo by KaUierlne E. Scott for various functions, including a house of prostitution in its earlier days. Prostitution was common in that area of town before Henderson was incorporated as a city in 1953. Brossard said they recognize die building has become a hazard and might need to come down. "It's not an easy situation for us," she said, noting die couple is retired. 'This is an expense for us," she said. "We've been victimized by two arson fires." She was hoping to speak widi city officials to dctennine if financial help may be available to tear down the building. "It's gradually being picked apart by fires and vandalism," she said. Noting that Henderson has no program fortransients, she said, "We've had a number of homeless people break in [to live]." "The periphery around the motel and in the trees behind it has been used by transients... for the last 10 years," Henderson Police Chief James Goff said Monday. He said the building acts as a shield for persons living among the trees. Removal of the building could eliminate the vagrant population in Uiat area, Goff said. ABWA to meet tonight The Desert Dawn Chapter of the American Business Women's Association (ABWA) will hold its monthly meeting tonight at die Henderson Jaycees building, 425 E. Van Wagenen. A social time will be from 6:30 to 7 p.m. with the meeting and meal starting at 7 p.m. All employed individuals interested in bringing together businesswomen personally and professionaUy are encouraged to attend. For more information about ABWA, contact Carolyn Pinther, vice president, at 456-6311. YOUR HOME, YOUR TAX SHELTER Residential real estate the roof over your head is still one of the best tax shelters available. It's got two special advantages. First, there's no tax due on the capital gain you make when you sell your home, as long as you buy another home that costs as much within two years and meet certain other conditions. And you can do this again and again, rolling over the gains from one house to another, defening any tax due on the profits. In time, you even get credit for capital improvements that you make to the property. And for those over 55 who decide to sell and not buy another property, or choose one less expensive, there's a once-in-a-lifetime benefit, an opportunity to exdiKJe the first $125,000 of capital gain from any taxation at all! Will this affect what you should sell when? Ask our knowledgeable real estate professionals about loopholes and pitfalls. We'll help you reach an informed decision about selling. You can depend on the real estate professionals at Coldwell Banker/Paul Gargis & Associates, 160 East Horizon Drive, Henderson, Nevada, phone (702)564-6969. EXPECT THE BEST!!! A lot of Dinner A few Dollars. ATTENTION ARTISTS—The ninth annual "Artist in the Grass" will be held Oct. 18-20 at the Henderson Convention Center. For more information, contact the Henderson Chamber of Comnierce,100E. Lake Mead Dr., 565-8951. COMPLETE DINNER SPECIALS Spa^etti & Meatballs $5.95 Lasa^iia $5.95 Veal Parmesan $7.95 ITALIAN CUISINE 5PM-11PM EXCEPT TUESDAYS COMPLETE DINNER SPECIALS Prime Rib $7.95 Alaskan King Crab Ixgs ^ $9.95 SOUTHERN HOSPITALITY 5PM 11PM EXCEPT WEDNESDAYS A Memorable Evening -Affordable Prices Come as you are. SHOWBOAT RESERVATIONS SUGGESTED 3859123 H0Ta,CASMftBOWLMGCENTERlASVKAS i^ BOULDER HIGHWAY AT FREMONT loRlGINALDiFECTlVE

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wm^t^i^^mm^mi wmmmmmmmmm Page 4 Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Basic graduate selected to Honoraiy Katherine Shiue of Henderson was selected a member of Mortar Board, the senior honorary at Washington University in St. Louis. Shiue, a 1988 graduate of Basic High School, was recognized for her induction into Mortar Board at Washington University's Fall Honors Assembly. Only 20 seniors in a class of more than 1,200 received the distinction of becoming a Mortar Board member. Selection to this national honorary is determined by each student's commitment to scholarship, leadership and service in the university community. Members of Washington University's Mortar Board are currently involved with the advancement of literacy in the St. Louis area. Tuesday, October 8,1991 DOOLEY'S THREE—Dooley Elementary School will see three newfacesaround its campus this school year. Mary Briggs, left, Roy Tarr, middle, and Lynne Knight are all new to the Henderson area middle school. Photo by Aaroii Maycf Brown open house held DONATION—Cliff Barr, general manager of Pioneer Chlor Alkali Co., second ft-om left, hands a check to Therese Werst, president of the Red Rock Audubon Society. Also accepting the check were Connie Lyons, the group's vice president, and Vernon Bostick, the society's sanctuary chairman. Pioneer donates to Audubon group Dozens of trees—including elderberry and mesquite—will be planted around the Las Vegas Wash and in the Pahranagat National Wildlife Refuge through a contribution made to the Red Rock Audubon Society by Pioneer Chlor Alkali Co. The $1,000 donation will aid the 700-membcr environmental organization which supports a variety of local, state and national wildlife aresthough tree planting and other activities. "Pioneer is concerned about the environment and wants to help preserve Southern Nevada's vital natural resources," said Cliff Barr, Pioneer plant manger. 'This donation is just one of ways Pioneer and its employees are showing they care about this state and its environment." The Red Rock group, an affiliate of the National Audubon Society, has planted more than 1,000 trees in the Las Vegas Wash in three years and plans two tree plantings next year. The group plants a variety of fruit trees to attract and feed birds throughout the year. In addition, the Red Rock members are involved in environmental education and assist other groups protecting Southern Nevada animal habitats. B. Mahlon Brown Junior High School held its annual open house during the week of Sept. 23-27. Parents were invited to attend school during their child's regular school day on any day of their choice. This provided parents an opportunity to visit the classrooms and become acquainted with the academic programs as they occur. Classes and other activities were conducted as usual. The large turnout of parents (especially fathers) was indicative of their interest and appreciation goal." Energy awareness month programs available for the school, a spokesman said. Several parents said this experience brought back many memories of their own days in school. "Our goal was to show parents the professional staff and positive school environment of which we are so proud, said principal Emilio Fernandez. "Judging by the number of favorable comments relative to the school's level of instruction and the warm and caring staff, we achieved this The lee, or sheltered side of a ship, comes from an Aiiyio-Saxon word referring to the side of a shed that was out of the vi)ind, where a laborer would take his lunch. As part of Energy Awareness Month, the Southwest Gas Speakers Bureau will make free presentations to local service clubs, schools and civic organizations, a company official said. 'The national theme for Energy Awareness Month—Energy: BuildihgaStrategy for America's Future—is well-suited to the natural gas industry," said Al O'Neal, the company's Speakers Bureau coordinator for southern Nevada. "Natural gas is the one of the most secure, economical and environmentally safe fuels available for the foreseeable future." He noted that the purpose of Energy Awareness Month is to focus attention on the importance of energy to our economy, our way of life, and on the need to plan now for our energy future. "We do these kinds of presentations on a regular basis, but they take on special significance during this month," O'Neal said. Sponsored annually in October by the U.S. Department of Energy, the Energy Awareness Month campaign encourages federal, state and local governments. schools, utilities, libraries and other public entities to step up theirefforts to educate and inform the public about energy issues. Arrangements for a program by the Southwest Gas Speakers Bureau can be made by calling O'Neal at 365-2076. LSenior Center HENDERSON Black Mountain Senior NutrMon Program Christmas Food Baskets for Needy Seniors Project The Black Mountain Senior Nutrition Program sponsored by.Catholic Connmunity 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 Honne News. Half of each subscription i*Mf^) 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 thni Nov. 1,1991 r" SENIOR CHRISTMAS GIFT BASKET PROGRAM Please start my subscription to the Henderson Home News Name • • — n Address Phone IFOR OFFICE USE ONLY) Enclosed b my check or money order for $20 for the one-year home dellveiy subscilpdon. Signed L. (NO REFUNDS) HENDERSON HOME NEWS 2 Commerce Center Drive Henderson, NV 89014 Phone 435-7700 v,r.r 0' xu. -. J 3M National Respiratory Therapy Week St. Rose Dominican Hospital appreciates the dedication and commitment of our CardioPulmonary Department. During National Respiratory Therapy Week, October 6-12," we salute you! Department Manager Sandy Martinez Dedicated Staff Richard Hanstn Terese Bunker Nanry O'Connell Sue .Siisz Nancy Howtnan Teri Ijnitr Michael Perry Michael Brandon James Hubbard Bunnie Walls lulio Baretto David C(Khrane Pat Riley Ti.sa Rosette ^ St. Rose Dominican Hospital T • linsl lldlllMlh.lll lllisnil.ll I.1 Kmn( ( .llllc.lli ll( .lllh. .Ill Ui-I HENDERSON EXPO IS COMING! Fri. Oct. 18th thru Sun. 20th Don't miss your chance to advertise in this special tabloid section appearing in our jthree newspapers Oct 17 & 18. In addition, 10,000 issues will be distributed at our Expo booth. Don't miss this opportunity! Call your advertising representative before 5 p.m. Oct 10. Judith Hamlin: 564-1881 iBCPublications Tuesday, October 8,1991 Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Page 5 Coldwell Banker participates in fire prevention Since approximately SOpcrcent of all Are fatalities occur in the home, Coldwell Banker Paul Gargis & Associates is participating in Coldwell Banker "Be FircSafe! It Starts at Home" week running simultaneously with National Fire Prevention Week Oct. 6-12. Coldwell Banker sales associates are providing homeowners with fire safety tips to protect their family and property from fire. Allstate Household Inventory Record brochures are available during the week from the Allstate offices located at 320 S. Boulder Highway and 30 S. Water St. Coldwell Banker Paul Gargis & Associates along with the Henderson Fire Department will sponsor afire safety demo at Faye Galloway Elementary School for grades one and two at 9:30 a.m. Oct. 10. Ken Messner from the Henderson Fire Prevention Department and sales associate Mary Ann Olson of Paul Gargis & Associates will give fi re safety demos monthly throughout the next coming year and plan to cover all tiie schools in Henderson. Coldwell Banker Paul Gargis & Associates will also sponsora "Be Fire Safe" coloring contest during the week of Oct. 6-12. Coloring sheets may be picked up at 160 E. Horizon Drive. Children over tiic age of 12 years may not enter. Three cash prizes will be awarded. All entries must be mailed or delivered to Coldwell Banker Paul Gargis & Associates no later than Oct. 11. "Home fire statistics released by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) show that approximately 5,000 people die each year from home fires and most could have been prevented," said Paul Gargis. "We're reminding homeowners to have an escape plan and follow it, keep smoke detectors property maintained and keep all exits to your home clear to stop these unnecessary accidents from happening." Obituaries Musseliil^n joins Century 21 SPECIAL GUEST—Channel 13 weatherman the day care facility's children about the causes Nate Tannebaum recently visited Holy Family of storms, rain and thunder, and also fielded Day Care in Henderson. Tannebaum spoke to questions fk-om the youngsters. Courtesy Photo Duane G. Laubach, broker of Century 21—Henderson Realty, recentiy announced the association of Bonnie Musselman to their staff of residential sales. Musselman, a California native, comes to the real estate profession from the accounting industry where she worked for the Lake Mead Resort in Boulder City for the past 10 years. Jan and Bonnie Musselman have two children. A son presenUy attends UNLV and a daughter attends Basic High School. Musselman is affiliated witii the Greater Las Vegas Board of Realtors along with being a member of both the Henderson and Boulder City Chambers of Commerce. DENTURES ^ Handcrafted Custom Made .^jdJjjSJ'^ DR. STANLEY JONES. DPS W^ AQ DENTURE SERVICES ji Relines ^69<^ • Repairs FULL U/L DENTURES No Natural Teath Involvad SIMPLE EXTRACTIONS With Nsw Denture OUR HIGHEST QUALITY DENTURES Only 595 349 W. Lake Mead Drive (corner of Basic Rd. A Lake Mead Dr.) HenderMn, 19S South to Lake Mead S65-6000 From the Eagles Beak Eagles' recent meetings reviewed By Roberta Setlje Fraternal Order of Eagles Basic Aerie & Auxiliary 2672 The quiet summer is over and things have leally started to be busy around the Eagle's Hall. The first Auxiliary meeting in September was called at 7 p.m. so they could have a box lunch picnic. Then games were played. During the meeting which began at 8 p.m., the members of Basic Auxiliary welcomed someoftheirsisters from Las Vegas Auxiliary 1213. Attending from Las Vegas was their president, Barbara Ayersman; junior past president, Maiy Taylor, and secretary, Alice Horn. Also visiting from the Las Vegas Auxiliary was the Nevada State Conductor, Marilyn Pope, and the G rand Madam Vice President Joyce Avery. Anevenbiggersurprise was the arrival of Past Grand Madam president Claire Johnson from WaUa WaUa, Wash.' At the meetings these days there is a spot put under a randomly selected chair. Alice Horn was sitting in the special chair and she received a prizx. LoIa.Kiric won the 50/50 drawing. Mary Taylor had attended the grand contention and brought baci( a pin from the state of Connecticut for the Nevada State membership chairman, Toni Carter. She also brought a challenge to Nevada to beat Connecticut in obtaining more members in ihc upcoming year. Carter announced the motto for Nevada State membership this year is "YAGOTTAWANNA," which means that you have got to want to get a new member. If every member would bring one new member, the membership would double. The second auxiliary meeting was a busy one also. Tlie bylaw change was approved to have the auxiliary meetings beginat7p.m., plans were completed forthe CPR class which will .be held in November, and plans are continuing for the remodeling of the ladies' rest room. The winner of the 50/ 50 drawing at this meeting was Theresa Garvin. No one was sitting in the "special" chair, but the prize was given to Donna Gillette, the State Madam President from Utah. On Sept. 18, Nevada State President Jack Palsgrove, Basic Aerie President Harvey TunncU, along with Kip Pinkham and George (Murph) Murphy presented a check for $500 to the Southern Nevada Children's Home in Boulder City. Aerie members were accompanied by the Auxiliary President, Dawn Bracken. Events coming up next month include a fund-raiser for the Alzheimer's charity. ATTENTION! FATHER & SON TEAM 50 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRANSMISSION • Change fluld SERVICE SPECIAL ;cie.np.n • Replace pan gasket S . SUNSET RO. \ COBN ST TRANSMISSIONS AimauTic niANsanssioN SPEOAUSTS 1554 N. Boulder Hwy. Henderson 565-6458 Present this Ad lo receive this Special Marvin 'Charlie' Maricer Marvin "Charlie" Maricer, 62, died Thursday. He was bom July 30,1929, in SL Marys, Kan., and had been a resident of the area for two months. The family requests donations be made to City of Hope, 1500 East Duane Road, Duarte, Calif. 91010. He is survived by his wife, Lenore Maricer of Mission Viejo, Calif.; two daughters, Jan Zahn of Mission Viejo, Calif., Jill Guhy of Louisville, Ky.; three sons, Jack Marker of Shelton, Wash., Jon Marker of Rosebcrg, Ore., James Charles Maricer of Mission Viejo, Calif.; three sisters, Lucy Lorraine James of Newport Beach, Calif., Doris Nelson, Scottsdale, Ariz., Donald Maricerof Henderson; also four grandchildren. Services are private. Arrangements were handled by Palm Mortuary in Henderson. Renee Denise DeChene Renee Denise DeChene, 35, died Friday. She was bom Sept. 5, 1956, in Riverside, Calif, and had been a resident of the area for 25 years. She is survived by her husband, Dennis G. DeChene of Henderson; one daughter, Jackilynn DeChene of Henderson; two sons, Michael Fierros of Henderson. Marcus Fierros of Henderson; her mother. Shiriey Avella of Henderson; her father. Jack Dozier Sr. of Hermiston, Ore.; two sisters, Sharon Lcdbeitcr of Henderson, Stacy Clementi of Las Vegas; one brother. Jack Dozier Jr. of Las Vegas. Services were held Monday. Arrangements were handled by Palm Mortuary in Henderson. LaVerde Daugherty Bernard G. Rambacher Bernard G.Rambacher, 80, died Thursday. He was bom Jan. 10, 1911, in Millersburg, Ohio, and had been a resident of the area for five years. He is survived by twbdaughters, Carol Bastanchury of Henderson, and Barbara Adams ofLampasas/ Texas; and four grandchildren. Services were held Monday. Arrangements were handled by Palm Mortuary in Henderson. MONEY MAXIMS FROM JOHN GAY ^CuT INSURANCE COSTS WITH AN AUTO AND HOMEOWNERS COMBO^ If you own a house and a car, you're even luckier than you think. You can take advantage of our combination policy package and save money. That way you can /• ^ ^ protect your important assets / ^^ / Oaenrf ^ —^ / this coupon to: "* •* ^ including your hard-eamed cash. Call me. 565-1708 Subject 10 local availablily and policy provisions. Get a piece / of The Rock."' / / Prudantlal 223 C Watar SL Handaraon.NV 89015 565-1708 / Name Address City/State/Zip Phone(H) (W) • I NO TIM ^MOTM MWOTM Canpnir Anwtaa ThePrudential LaVerde Daugherty, 71, died Thursday. She was bom May 20, 1920, in St. Gcoi:ge, Utah, and had been a resident of the area for 40 years. She is survived by her hiisband, Roger Daugheity of Henderson; four daughters, Anna M. Daugherty of Las Vegas, Sidney Belingheri of Henderson, Dorothy Sheperd of Henderson, Patricia Smithof Henderson; three sistei^, Isaddra Price of Hurricane, Utah, Margaret Wilkin of Carson City, Afton Leavitt of Torrey, Utah; three brothers, Alpine Chadbum of Las Vegas, Rodney Chadbum of Georgia, and Weley Chadbum of Henderson; also 10 grandchildren. Viewing services will continue today at the Ocean Street LDS Ward Chapel finom 9 to 10 a.m. Services will be at 10 a.m. Arrangements were handled by Palm Mortuary in Henderson. NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on Septeflrit)er 24.1991, the City Council of the City of Henderson, passed a Water Allocation Ordinance, Ordinance No. 1259. PURSUANTto Section 8 of such ordinance, notice Is hereby given to all persons who do not have a certificate of occupancy for a perxJIng development project that they must file an appllcatior> for water service prior to January 6,1992 with the Director of Public Works. Failure to file such an application will bar all claims from such persons and for water service to serve such projecl DATED this 26th day of September, 1991. DOROTHY A. VONDENBRINK. CMC, CITY CLERK 3M National Healthcare Food Service Week .St. Ro.se Dominican Ho.spital i.s gralc-tu! for the scr\ice and commitment to excellence exhibited by our Dietary Staff. During National Healthcare Food Ser\ice Week, October 6-12, we .salute you! Department Manager ShJrk'V K.irk.is. K I) Dedicated Employees IvakBt • ^s M.ir>arL't Cani'plx-I Pamela C(X)nibs I'atrii ia Oiwli'v Hazel i;klridnf Carol llaqxT McliKiy Mum r)i>nna Ingram Kleanor larainillo \ ikki Martinez ("lara Palmer Florenee PaLngrove RolHTta PelK JanicN Sands Jean Sp.irks t-Tline Hearil Irene Siilli\an Hrand\ Nance ^ St. Rose Dominican Hospital Ij^^^^^^^WwP

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wm^t^i^^mm^mi wmmmmmmmmm Page 4 Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Basic graduate selected to Honoraiy Katherine Shiue of Henderson was selected a member of Mortar Board, the senior honorary at Washington University in St. Louis. Shiue, a 1988 graduate of Basic High School, was recognized for her induction into Mortar Board at Washington University's Fall Honors Assembly. Only 20 seniors in a class of more than 1,200 received the distinction of becoming a Mortar Board member. Selection to this national honorary is determined by each student's commitment to scholarship, leadership and service in the university community. Members of Washington University's Mortar Board are currently involved with the advancement of literacy in the St. Louis area. Tuesday, October 8,1991 DOOLEY'S THREE—Dooley Elementary School will see three newfacesaround its campus this school year. Mary Briggs, left, Roy Tarr, middle, and Lynne Knight are all new to the Henderson area middle school. Photo by Aaroii Maycf Brown open house held DONATION—Cliff Barr, general manager of Pioneer Chlor Alkali Co., second ft-om left, hands a check to Therese Werst, president of the Red Rock Audubon Society. Also accepting the check were Connie Lyons, the group's vice president, and Vernon Bostick, the society's sanctuary chairman. Pioneer donates to Audubon group Dozens of trees—including elderberry and mesquite—will be planted around the Las Vegas Wash and in the Pahranagat National Wildlife Refuge through a contribution made to the Red Rock Audubon Society by Pioneer Chlor Alkali Co. The $1,000 donation will aid the 700-membcr environmental organization which supports a variety of local, state and national wildlife aresthough tree planting and other activities. "Pioneer is concerned about the environment and wants to help preserve Southern Nevada's vital natural resources," said Cliff Barr, Pioneer plant manger. 'This donation is just one of ways Pioneer and its employees are showing they care about this state and its environment." The Red Rock group, an affiliate of the National Audubon Society, has planted more than 1,000 trees in the Las Vegas Wash in three years and plans two tree plantings next year. The group plants a variety of fruit trees to attract and feed birds throughout the year. In addition, the Red Rock members are involved in environmental education and assist other groups protecting Southern Nevada animal habitats. B. Mahlon Brown Junior High School held its annual open house during the week of Sept. 23-27. Parents were invited to attend school during their child's regular school day on any day of their choice. This provided parents an opportunity to visit the classrooms and become acquainted with the academic programs as they occur. Classes and other activities were conducted as usual. The large turnout of parents (especially fathers) was indicative of their interest and appreciation goal." Energy awareness month programs available for the school, a spokesman said. Several parents said this experience brought back many memories of their own days in school. "Our goal was to show parents the professional staff and positive school environment of which we are so proud, said principal Emilio Fernandez. "Judging by the number of favorable comments relative to the school's level of instruction and the warm and caring staff, we achieved this The lee, or sheltered side of a ship, comes from an Aiiyio-Saxon word referring to the side of a shed that was out of the vi)ind, where a laborer would take his lunch. As part of Energy Awareness Month, the Southwest Gas Speakers Bureau will make free presentations to local service clubs, schools and civic organizations, a company official said. 'The national theme for Energy Awareness Month—Energy: BuildihgaStrategy for America's Future—is well-suited to the natural gas industry," said Al O'Neal, the company's Speakers Bureau coordinator for southern Nevada. "Natural gas is the one of the most secure, economical and environmentally safe fuels available for the foreseeable future." He noted that the purpose of Energy Awareness Month is to focus attention on the importance of energy to our economy, our way of life, and on the need to plan now for our energy future. "We do these kinds of presentations on a regular basis, but they take on special significance during this month," O'Neal said. Sponsored annually in October by the U.S. Department of Energy, the Energy Awareness Month campaign encourages federal, state and local governments. schools, utilities, libraries and other public entities to step up theirefforts to educate and inform the public about energy issues. Arrangements for a program by the Southwest Gas Speakers Bureau can be made by calling O'Neal at 365-2076. LSenior Center HENDERSON Black Mountain Senior NutrMon Program Christmas Food Baskets for Needy Seniors Project The Black Mountain Senior Nutrition Program sponsored by.Catholic Connmunity 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 Honne News. Half of each subscription i*Mf^) 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 thni Nov. 1,1991 r" SENIOR CHRISTMAS GIFT BASKET PROGRAM Please start my subscription to the Henderson Home News Name • • — n Address Phone IFOR OFFICE USE ONLY) Enclosed b my check or money order for $20 for the one-year home dellveiy subscilpdon. Signed L. (NO REFUNDS) HENDERSON HOME NEWS 2 Commerce Center Drive Henderson, NV 89014 Phone 435-7700 v,r.r 0' xu. -. J 3M National Respiratory Therapy Week St. Rose Dominican Hospital appreciates the dedication and commitment of our CardioPulmonary Department. During National Respiratory Therapy Week, October 6-12," we salute you! Department Manager Sandy Martinez Dedicated Staff Richard Hanstn Terese Bunker Nanry O'Connell Sue .Siisz Nancy Howtnan Teri Ijnitr Michael Perry Michael Brandon James Hubbard Bunnie Walls lulio Baretto David C(Khrane Pat Riley Ti.sa Rosette ^ St. Rose Dominican Hospital T • linsl lldlllMlh.lll lllisnil.ll I.1 Kmn( ( .llllc.lli ll( .lllh. .Ill Ui-I HENDERSON EXPO IS COMING! Fri. Oct. 18th thru Sun. 20th Don't miss your chance to advertise in this special tabloid section appearing in our jthree newspapers Oct 17 & 18. In addition, 10,000 issues will be distributed at our Expo booth. Don't miss this opportunity! Call your advertising representative before 5 p.m. Oct 10. Judith Hamlin: 564-1881 iBCPublications Tuesday, October 8,1991 Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Page 5 Coldwell Banker participates in fire prevention Since approximately SOpcrcent of all Are fatalities occur in the home, Coldwell Banker Paul Gargis & Associates is participating in Coldwell Banker "Be FircSafe! It Starts at Home" week running simultaneously with National Fire Prevention Week Oct. 6-12. Coldwell Banker sales associates are providing homeowners with fire safety tips to protect their family and property from fire. Allstate Household Inventory Record brochures are available during the week from the Allstate offices located at 320 S. Boulder Highway and 30 S. Water St. Coldwell Banker Paul Gargis & Associates along with the Henderson Fire Department will sponsor afire safety demo at Faye Galloway Elementary School for grades one and two at 9:30 a.m. Oct. 10. Ken Messner from the Henderson Fire Prevention Department and sales associate Mary Ann Olson of Paul Gargis & Associates will give fi re safety demos monthly throughout the next coming year and plan to cover all tiie schools in Henderson. Coldwell Banker Paul Gargis & Associates will also sponsora "Be Fire Safe" coloring contest during the week of Oct. 6-12. Coloring sheets may be picked up at 160 E. Horizon Drive. Children over tiic age of 12 years may not enter. Three cash prizes will be awarded. All entries must be mailed or delivered to Coldwell Banker Paul Gargis & Associates no later than Oct. 11. "Home fire statistics released by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) show that approximately 5,000 people die each year from home fires and most could have been prevented," said Paul Gargis. "We're reminding homeowners to have an escape plan and follow it, keep smoke detectors property maintained and keep all exits to your home clear to stop these unnecessary accidents from happening." Obituaries Musseliil^n joins Century 21 SPECIAL GUEST—Channel 13 weatherman the day care facility's children about the causes Nate Tannebaum recently visited Holy Family of storms, rain and thunder, and also fielded Day Care in Henderson. Tannebaum spoke to questions fk-om the youngsters. Courtesy Photo Duane G. Laubach, broker of Century 21—Henderson Realty, recentiy announced the association of Bonnie Musselman to their staff of residential sales. Musselman, a California native, comes to the real estate profession from the accounting industry where she worked for the Lake Mead Resort in Boulder City for the past 10 years. Jan and Bonnie Musselman have two children. A son presenUy attends UNLV and a daughter attends Basic High School. Musselman is affiliated witii the Greater Las Vegas Board of Realtors along with being a member of both the Henderson and Boulder City Chambers of Commerce. DENTURES ^ Handcrafted Custom Made .^jdJjjSJ'^ DR. STANLEY JONES. DPS W^ AQ DENTURE SERVICES ji Relines ^69<^ • Repairs FULL U/L DENTURES No Natural Teath Involvad SIMPLE EXTRACTIONS With Nsw Denture OUR HIGHEST QUALITY DENTURES Only 595 349 W. Lake Mead Drive (corner of Basic Rd. A Lake Mead Dr.) HenderMn, 19S South to Lake Mead S65-6000 From the Eagles Beak Eagles' recent meetings reviewed By Roberta Setlje Fraternal Order of Eagles Basic Aerie & Auxiliary 2672 The quiet summer is over and things have leally started to be busy around the Eagle's Hall. The first Auxiliary meeting in September was called at 7 p.m. so they could have a box lunch picnic. Then games were played. During the meeting which began at 8 p.m., the members of Basic Auxiliary welcomed someoftheirsisters from Las Vegas Auxiliary 1213. Attending from Las Vegas was their president, Barbara Ayersman; junior past president, Maiy Taylor, and secretary, Alice Horn. Also visiting from the Las Vegas Auxiliary was the Nevada State Conductor, Marilyn Pope, and the G rand Madam Vice President Joyce Avery. Anevenbiggersurprise was the arrival of Past Grand Madam president Claire Johnson from WaUa WaUa, Wash.' At the meetings these days there is a spot put under a randomly selected chair. Alice Horn was sitting in the special chair and she received a prizx. LoIa.Kiric won the 50/50 drawing. Mary Taylor had attended the grand contention and brought baci( a pin from the state of Connecticut for the Nevada State membership chairman, Toni Carter. She also brought a challenge to Nevada to beat Connecticut in obtaining more members in ihc upcoming year. Carter announced the motto for Nevada State membership this year is "YAGOTTAWANNA," which means that you have got to want to get a new member. If every member would bring one new member, the membership would double. The second auxiliary meeting was a busy one also. Tlie bylaw change was approved to have the auxiliary meetings beginat7p.m., plans were completed forthe CPR class which will .be held in November, and plans are continuing for the remodeling of the ladies' rest room. The winner of the 50/ 50 drawing at this meeting was Theresa Garvin. No one was sitting in the "special" chair, but the prize was given to Donna Gillette, the State Madam President from Utah. On Sept. 18, Nevada State President Jack Palsgrove, Basic Aerie President Harvey TunncU, along with Kip Pinkham and George (Murph) Murphy presented a check for $500 to the Southern Nevada Children's Home in Boulder City. Aerie members were accompanied by the Auxiliary President, Dawn Bracken. Events coming up next month include a fund-raiser for the Alzheimer's charity. ATTENTION! FATHER & SON TEAM 50 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRANSMISSION • Change fluld SERVICE SPECIAL ;cie.np.n • Replace pan gasket S . SUNSET RO. \ COBN ST TRANSMISSIONS AimauTic niANsanssioN SPEOAUSTS 1554 N. Boulder Hwy. Henderson 565-6458 Present this Ad lo receive this Special Marvin 'Charlie' Maricer Marvin "Charlie" Maricer, 62, died Thursday. He was bom July 30,1929, in SL Marys, Kan., and had been a resident of the area for two months. The family requests donations be made to City of Hope, 1500 East Duane Road, Duarte, Calif. 91010. He is survived by his wife, Lenore Maricer of Mission Viejo, Calif.; two daughters, Jan Zahn of Mission Viejo, Calif., Jill Guhy of Louisville, Ky.; three sons, Jack Marker of Shelton, Wash., Jon Marker of Rosebcrg, Ore., James Charles Maricer of Mission Viejo, Calif.; three sisters, Lucy Lorraine James of Newport Beach, Calif., Doris Nelson, Scottsdale, Ariz., Donald Maricerof Henderson; also four grandchildren. Services are private. Arrangements were handled by Palm Mortuary in Henderson. Renee Denise DeChene Renee Denise DeChene, 35, died Friday. She was bom Sept. 5, 1956, in Riverside, Calif, and had been a resident of the area for 25 years. She is survived by her husband, Dennis G. DeChene of Henderson; one daughter, Jackilynn DeChene of Henderson; two sons, Michael Fierros of Henderson. Marcus Fierros of Henderson; her mother. Shiriey Avella of Henderson; her father. Jack Dozier Sr. of Hermiston, Ore.; two sisters, Sharon Lcdbeitcr of Henderson, Stacy Clementi of Las Vegas; one brother. Jack Dozier Jr. of Las Vegas. Services were held Monday. Arrangements were handled by Palm Mortuary in Henderson. LaVerde Daugherty Bernard G. Rambacher Bernard G.Rambacher, 80, died Thursday. He was bom Jan. 10, 1911, in Millersburg, Ohio, and had been a resident of the area for five years. He is survived by twbdaughters, Carol Bastanchury of Henderson, and Barbara Adams ofLampasas/ Texas; and four grandchildren. Services were held Monday. Arrangements were handled by Palm Mortuary in Henderson. MONEY MAXIMS FROM JOHN GAY ^CuT INSURANCE COSTS WITH AN AUTO AND HOMEOWNERS COMBO^ If you own a house and a car, you're even luckier than you think. You can take advantage of our combination policy package and save money. That way you can /• ^ ^ protect your important assets / ^^ / Oaenrf ^ —^ / this coupon to: "* •* ^ including your hard-eamed cash. Call me. 565-1708 Subject 10 local availablily and policy provisions. Get a piece / of The Rock."' / / Prudantlal 223 C Watar SL Handaraon.NV 89015 565-1708 / Name Address City/State/Zip Phone(H) (W) • I NO TIM ^MOTM MWOTM Canpnir Anwtaa ThePrudential LaVerde Daugherty, 71, died Thursday. She was bom May 20, 1920, in St. Gcoi:ge, Utah, and had been a resident of the area for 40 years. She is survived by her hiisband, Roger Daugheity of Henderson; four daughters, Anna M. Daugherty of Las Vegas, Sidney Belingheri of Henderson, Dorothy Sheperd of Henderson, Patricia Smithof Henderson; three sistei^, Isaddra Price of Hurricane, Utah, Margaret Wilkin of Carson City, Afton Leavitt of Torrey, Utah; three brothers, Alpine Chadbum of Las Vegas, Rodney Chadbum of Georgia, and Weley Chadbum of Henderson; also 10 grandchildren. Viewing services will continue today at the Ocean Street LDS Ward Chapel finom 9 to 10 a.m. Services will be at 10 a.m. Arrangements were handled by Palm Mortuary in Henderson. NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on Septeflrit)er 24.1991, the City Council of the City of Henderson, passed a Water Allocation Ordinance, Ordinance No. 1259. PURSUANTto Section 8 of such ordinance, notice Is hereby given to all persons who do not have a certificate of occupancy for a perxJIng development project that they must file an appllcatior> for water service prior to January 6,1992 with the Director of Public Works. Failure to file such an application will bar all claims from such persons and for water service to serve such projecl DATED this 26th day of September, 1991. DOROTHY A. VONDENBRINK. CMC, CITY CLERK 3M National Healthcare Food Service Week .St. Ro.se Dominican Ho.spital i.s gralc-tu! for the scr\ice and commitment to excellence exhibited by our Dietary Staff. During National Healthcare Food Ser\ice Week, October 6-12, we .salute you! Department Manager ShJrk'V K.irk.is. K I) Dedicated Employees IvakBt • ^s M.ir>arL't Cani'plx-I Pamela C(X)nibs I'atrii ia Oiwli'v Hazel i;klridnf Carol llaqxT McliKiy Mum r)i>nna Ingram Kleanor larainillo \ ikki Martinez ("lara Palmer Florenee PaLngrove RolHTta PelK JanicN Sands Jean Sp.irks t-Tline Hearil Irene Siilli\an Hrand\ Nance ^ St. Rose Dominican Hospital Ij^^^^^^^WwP

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wrmmmmtmmmmimmrftrmm''m^mmam PVI 9mmmmm Page 6 Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Tuesday, October 8,1991 \. ATTENTION HENDERSON VOTERS Is there anyone out there who understands how we get water? Have we just changed from a color-coded process to a number-coded one? Has the City Staff solved our water concerns? Are we, or our friends and neighbors, back to work yet? Is another 60-120 delay really what we deserve? ATTENTION CITY COUNCIL MEMBERS ^ Are you happy with the way your management staff is handling this situation? How many jobs have been lost due to the water moratorium? • How many people will never do business in this city because of arrogant and unprofessional treatment by City Staff? COUNCIL MEMBERS, WE WANT OUR CITY BACKS Out with irresponsible, yuppy management it's time to hire the experienced professionals that Henderson DESERVES! We want a city whose management staff cares about US, the people of Henderson! We're not asking for anything new, just government OF the people, FOR the people, BY the people! We don't want "business as usual" when it means business behind closed doors! We want management that puts WE, THE PEOPLE, over big business interests! We want our City to be managed by people who undlerstand the meaning of the term CIVIL SERVANT! CALL YOUR COUNCILMAN NOW 565-2323 PAID^FOR BY CITIZENS FOR RESPONSIBLE GOVERNMENT Len Kreisler, Chairman Tuesday, October 8,1991 Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Page 7 SPORTS Chaparral tops Basic in league opener "We just didn't have the intensity that we needed. They controlled the line of scrimmage on both sides. They just beat us." Basic Head Coach Rich Whitehead By Mike Livingston News Staff Writer The Wolves traveled to Chaparral Friday to play their Sunrise Division opener against the defending Southern AAA Conference champions and were tied entering the fourth quarter, but the Cowboys scored 10 points to hand the Wolves a 24-14 defeat. Despite the loss, Jeremy Richterhad a solid performance for the Wolves (2-3), gaining 104 yards on 18 carries and scoring both of Basic's touchdowns. Due to discipline problems on the team, Basic Head Coach Rich Whitehead was without a starting quarterbacic. He started Chad Brandcn, who had been the Wolves' scouting team quarterback. "He was trying to do everything," Whitehead said. "He rushed all his passes in the First half and wc didn't anticipate their [Cowboys] height. We are proud of Chad to step in like he did and do the job we asked him to." Chaparral opened the game with a score on its first possession. The Cowboys drove 70 yards on six plays for a 7-Olead. The drive was highlighted by a 48-yard touchdown run by senior tailback Joe Smith. On the Cowboys' next series, they went 70 yards in 11 plays, capped by a 1-yard keeper by quarterback James Webb. TWIN PEAKS — Basic linemen Ryan Sudbury (65) and Chris Potvin (71) fight off Chaparral defenders Paul Faulk (76) and Jereniy Fish (83). Fish blocked Chad Branden's pass attempt. Branden was in his first game at quarterback for the Wolves, replacing Erik Oliver, who was released f r o m th e t e am. Backup quarterback Danny McHatton was serving a one-game disciplinary suspension. Pholo by Terry Carter Basic grad helps S.D. get Rolling By Sal DeFilippo News Sports Editor The San Diego Chargers needed a big play, and former Basic High School football player Henry Rolling delivered. The Los Angeles Raiders were trailing die winless Chargers 1413 in the fourth quarter of Sunday's NFL game at the L.A. Coliseum, but were driving for a go-ahead score when Raiders running back Roger Craig fumbled at die Chargers' 34-yani line. Rolling, a linebacker, picked up the fumble and returned it S3 yards to die Raiders' 13. Four plays later, San Diego scored a touchdown to lead 21-13. But Rolling wasn't finished. On die Raiders' ensuing possession, Rolling intercepted a pass from L.A. quarterback Jay Schroeder to secure San Diego's first win of the season. Rolling told a Los Angeles Times reporter diat die Chargers' 0-5 start hadn't affected the team's confidence. "1 don't think any of die pressure (on San Diego coach Dan Henning) came from the players ormanagetn ent. The players belicved in what he was doing, and we still believe in what he's doing," Rolling said. ,Wejustdidn'thavetheinten^ity dial we needed," Whitehead said. "They controlled the line of scrimmage on bodi sides. They just beat us." The Wolves special teams helped ^ct. up both of Basic's scores. The first came on a fumbled punt return at die Cowboys 9-yard line. One play later, Richterscorcd fordie Wolves wiUi 1:51 left in die first quarter. • Neither team could manage to cross midfield for die rest of the first half It was midway through die third period before die Wolves special team would rise again. After stopping the Cowboys on downs, Basic blocked die ensuing punt and recovered it on the Chaparral 36. Six plays later, Richter scored from die 4-yard line to Ue die game at 14 widi4:57 left in die quarter. "We shot ourselves in the foot a few times and gave diem a few touchdowns," Chaparral Head See Football, Page 8 Prep round up Wolves' soccer team on a roll By Mike Livingston Ar^ivj Staff Writer After a very disappointing season last year, the Basic High School soccer team is on a roll. The Wolves are 2-0-1 in dieirlast diree Soudiem AAA Conference matches. Basic Ued Valley at 2 and posted 3-1 victories against Cheyenne and Eldorado. Basic is 3-4-1 for seven points and fourth place in Sunrise Division play. The Wolves r^peived goals from Mario Ramirez, Roland Oarcia and Ted Hagos against Eldorado. Boys tennis Basic fell to 4-4 in Sunrise Division play of die Soudiem AAA Conference tennis widi a 16-12 loss at home against Bonanza. At Basic, die Wolves received another solid performance from Felix Naumann, who won diree out of four sets. His only loss came at die hands of last year's runner-up to state title. Matt Hennessey.' "Felix wasn't mentally ready forhim [Hennessey]," Basic Head Coach Mike Dietmeier said. "That kid doesn't give up anydiing. He plays as hard against the fourth seed as he docs the first." Walt Denison and Ryan Olds continued to play good doubles by posting two wins with one loss. JohAny Williams and Bret Lee also won a doubles set. Cross country At Western, Basic cross country teams ran past Moapa Valley and Western to post victories in Thursday's Southern AAA Conference meet. The Lady Wolves had 20 points, Moapa followed widi 45, and Western had 62. The boys score was Basic 21, Western 45 and Moapa 85. The Wolves' Eric Davis and Jamie McGeahy had identical times at 17:47 but Davis got die nod for first place honors. Vince D'Angelo was the next Basic runner in at 19:00 for fifth place. Becky Puleo took top honors for the giris with a rime of 21:51. Tanya Mason finished diird at 23:42. Alora Riggs (24:11), and Kori Downer (24:31) captured fourth and fifdt Lady Wolves fall By Mike Livingston Aden's Staff Writer Basic traveled to Bonanza and lost fordie second time in a week, 15-5, 15-8 in a Southern AAA Conference volleyball match. Widi die loss, die Lady Wolves record falls to 2-2 in league and 44 overall. The Lady Bengals pulled to a 50 lead before Basic came back to tie it But Bonanza ran off 10 unanswered points to finish die game. "At times we played well," Basic Head Coach C. J. Curry said. "We made a lot of mental errors, things that we normally do well we didn't." The Lady Wolves started die second game in good shape before going into a fiink diat diey couldn't get out of. "I didn't have a leader on die fioor that directs the flow of the game," Curry said. "It's somediing that wc' ve always had. but not in this one." No one player had an outstanding game but Curry was pleased widi die solid defensive play of Tera Ferguson. The Lady Wolves host Eldorado today at 5 p.m. Jnlhi •^NiiiiPiRiii Today: ClrU volleyball—Eldorado at Lady Wolves. 5 p.m.; JV 4 p.m.; B team 3 p.m. Boys teraiis—Moapa Valley at Wolves, 3:30 p.in. Boys soccer—Chapanal at Wolves, 3 pjn.; JV 5 p.m. Girls golf—Lady Wolves vs. Eldorado at Nellis, 3 p.m. Wednesday I ^''y^ football—Valley a( Wolves, B team 4:30 p.m. Girls tennis—^MoqM Valley at Lady Wolves, 3:30 p.m. Thursday I Boys temus—Zone seeding meeting Girls tennis—Zone seeding meeting Boys soccer—Wolves vs. Green Valley at Silver Bowl, 3 pjn.; JV 5 p.m. Boys football—Valley at Wolves, JV 4:30 pjn. Fridsy Boys tennis— Tant team competition Girls tennis—^Zone team competition Saturday: Vrsity football—Valley at Wolves. 12 pjn. Cross Country—Wolves, Lady Wolves at Central Park Invitational. Huntington Beach. Calif. Sunday: N event* scheduled. Monday: NO events scheduled Henderson's Chairez wins Run for the Rose Dave Chairez of Henderson won the inaugural Run for the Rose 5kilometer charity race Saturday in a time of 16 minutes, 30 seconds. Chairez, 32, topped a field of more than 400 runners, which included entries from California, Ohio and Illinois. The race began ofi the new track at Green Valley High School. Rob Yasek, 29, also a Henderson resident, was the second overall mnner in 16:40. The top female fmisher was 10-yearold Julie Kyriacou of Las Vegas, who was 34di overall in 20:24. There were 12 age groups for male and female runners for die event, which was held to benefit patient services for St. Rose Dominican Hospital in Henderson. Male age group winners included Ryan Horn of Henderson (10-under, 20:39), Scott CampbeU of Las Vegas (11-14, 19:48). Marcus Schoeffel of Henderson (15-19,18:45), Juan Erives of Las Vegas (20-24,19:35), Yasek (2529), Chairez (30-34), James Morton of Las Vegas (35-39, 18:35), Ed Preciado of Las Vegas (40-44. 18:08), Tony Pryatel of Las Vegas (45^9,19:00), David Mulkey of Las Vegas (50-54, 21:01), Lloyd Nieding of Las Vegas (55-59, 19:44) and Ken Campbell of Las Vegas (60-64, 23:34). Femal^age group winners were Kyriacou (10-under), Joanna Gamas of Henderson (11-14, 22:45). Christine Leuch of Henderson(15-19.21:56). Leslie Hardsim of Las Vegas (20-24, 20:48), Christi Barry of Las Vegas (25-29,22:31), Angela Boyer of Las Vegas (30-34,21:16), Mary OlsenofLas Vegas (35-39,25:25). Kadiy Oiness of Henderson (4044,22:11), Nancy Yeager of Las Vegas(4549,25:45). KarenKeidi of Las Vegas (50-54,25:29) and Jeanne Pinon of Las Vegas (5559.30:16). THE ROAD TO VICTORY — Henderson resident Dave Chairez races ahead of the field in the inaugural Run for the Rose charity race Saturday. Chairez won the 5-kilometer race, which began at Green Valley High School, in 16 minutes, 30 seconds. Rioto b; Aaroa Mayas wwsmmmi^s^^mm mm wmmmtmi^simm rji 3ij,ni.m i S ii -i.| i i i ill i mmw 1 11 1 1 SPSPPiillliillPH iP^ fORIGINAt DEFECTIVE wmmmsmmmmmmimm

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wrmmmmtmmmmimmrftrmm''m^mmam PVI 9mmmmm Page 6 Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Tuesday, October 8,1991 \. ATTENTION HENDERSON VOTERS Is there anyone out there who understands how we get water? Have we just changed from a color-coded process to a number-coded one? Has the City Staff solved our water concerns? Are we, or our friends and neighbors, back to work yet? Is another 60-120 delay really what we deserve? ATTENTION CITY COUNCIL MEMBERS ^ Are you happy with the way your management staff is handling this situation? How many jobs have been lost due to the water moratorium? • How many people will never do business in this city because of arrogant and unprofessional treatment by City Staff? COUNCIL MEMBERS, WE WANT OUR CITY BACKS Out with irresponsible, yuppy management it's time to hire the experienced professionals that Henderson DESERVES! We want a city whose management staff cares about US, the people of Henderson! We're not asking for anything new, just government OF the people, FOR the people, BY the people! We don't want "business as usual" when it means business behind closed doors! We want management that puts WE, THE PEOPLE, over big business interests! We want our City to be managed by people who undlerstand the meaning of the term CIVIL SERVANT! CALL YOUR COUNCILMAN NOW 565-2323 PAID^FOR BY CITIZENS FOR RESPONSIBLE GOVERNMENT Len Kreisler, Chairman Tuesday, October 8,1991 Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Page 7 SPORTS Chaparral tops Basic in league opener "We just didn't have the intensity that we needed. They controlled the line of scrimmage on both sides. They just beat us." Basic Head Coach Rich Whitehead By Mike Livingston News Staff Writer The Wolves traveled to Chaparral Friday to play their Sunrise Division opener against the defending Southern AAA Conference champions and were tied entering the fourth quarter, but the Cowboys scored 10 points to hand the Wolves a 24-14 defeat. Despite the loss, Jeremy Richterhad a solid performance for the Wolves (2-3), gaining 104 yards on 18 carries and scoring both of Basic's touchdowns. Due to discipline problems on the team, Basic Head Coach Rich Whitehead was without a starting quarterbacic. He started Chad Brandcn, who had been the Wolves' scouting team quarterback. "He was trying to do everything," Whitehead said. "He rushed all his passes in the First half and wc didn't anticipate their [Cowboys] height. We are proud of Chad to step in like he did and do the job we asked him to." Chaparral opened the game with a score on its first possession. The Cowboys drove 70 yards on six plays for a 7-Olead. The drive was highlighted by a 48-yard touchdown run by senior tailback Joe Smith. On the Cowboys' next series, they went 70 yards in 11 plays, capped by a 1-yard keeper by quarterback James Webb. TWIN PEAKS — Basic linemen Ryan Sudbury (65) and Chris Potvin (71) fight off Chaparral defenders Paul Faulk (76) and Jereniy Fish (83). Fish blocked Chad Branden's pass attempt. Branden was in his first game at quarterback for the Wolves, replacing Erik Oliver, who was released f r o m th e t e am. Backup quarterback Danny McHatton was serving a one-game disciplinary suspension. Pholo by Terry Carter Basic grad helps S.D. get Rolling By Sal DeFilippo News Sports Editor The San Diego Chargers needed a big play, and former Basic High School football player Henry Rolling delivered. The Los Angeles Raiders were trailing die winless Chargers 1413 in the fourth quarter of Sunday's NFL game at the L.A. Coliseum, but were driving for a go-ahead score when Raiders running back Roger Craig fumbled at die Chargers' 34-yani line. Rolling, a linebacker, picked up the fumble and returned it S3 yards to die Raiders' 13. Four plays later, San Diego scored a touchdown to lead 21-13. But Rolling wasn't finished. On die Raiders' ensuing possession, Rolling intercepted a pass from L.A. quarterback Jay Schroeder to secure San Diego's first win of the season. Rolling told a Los Angeles Times reporter diat die Chargers' 0-5 start hadn't affected the team's confidence. "1 don't think any of die pressure (on San Diego coach Dan Henning) came from the players ormanagetn ent. The players belicved in what he was doing, and we still believe in what he's doing," Rolling said. ,Wejustdidn'thavetheinten^ity dial we needed," Whitehead said. "They controlled the line of scrimmage on bodi sides. They just beat us." The Wolves special teams helped ^ct. up both of Basic's scores. The first came on a fumbled punt return at die Cowboys 9-yard line. One play later, Richterscorcd fordie Wolves wiUi 1:51 left in die first quarter. • Neither team could manage to cross midfield for die rest of the first half It was midway through die third period before die Wolves special team would rise again. After stopping the Cowboys on downs, Basic blocked die ensuing punt and recovered it on the Chaparral 36. Six plays later, Richter scored from die 4-yard line to Ue die game at 14 widi4:57 left in die quarter. "We shot ourselves in the foot a few times and gave diem a few touchdowns," Chaparral Head See Football, Page 8 Prep round up Wolves' soccer team on a roll By Mike Livingston Ar^ivj Staff Writer After a very disappointing season last year, the Basic High School soccer team is on a roll. The Wolves are 2-0-1 in dieirlast diree Soudiem AAA Conference matches. Basic Ued Valley at 2 and posted 3-1 victories against Cheyenne and Eldorado. Basic is 3-4-1 for seven points and fourth place in Sunrise Division play. The Wolves r^peived goals from Mario Ramirez, Roland Oarcia and Ted Hagos against Eldorado. Boys tennis Basic fell to 4-4 in Sunrise Division play of die Soudiem AAA Conference tennis widi a 16-12 loss at home against Bonanza. At Basic, die Wolves received another solid performance from Felix Naumann, who won diree out of four sets. His only loss came at die hands of last year's runner-up to state title. Matt Hennessey.' "Felix wasn't mentally ready forhim [Hennessey]," Basic Head Coach Mike Dietmeier said. "That kid doesn't give up anydiing. He plays as hard against the fourth seed as he docs the first." Walt Denison and Ryan Olds continued to play good doubles by posting two wins with one loss. JohAny Williams and Bret Lee also won a doubles set. Cross country At Western, Basic cross country teams ran past Moapa Valley and Western to post victories in Thursday's Southern AAA Conference meet. The Lady Wolves had 20 points, Moapa followed widi 45, and Western had 62. The boys score was Basic 21, Western 45 and Moapa 85. The Wolves' Eric Davis and Jamie McGeahy had identical times at 17:47 but Davis got die nod for first place honors. Vince D'Angelo was the next Basic runner in at 19:00 for fifth place. Becky Puleo took top honors for the giris with a rime of 21:51. Tanya Mason finished diird at 23:42. Alora Riggs (24:11), and Kori Downer (24:31) captured fourth and fifdt Lady Wolves fall By Mike Livingston Aden's Staff Writer Basic traveled to Bonanza and lost fordie second time in a week, 15-5, 15-8 in a Southern AAA Conference volleyball match. Widi die loss, die Lady Wolves record falls to 2-2 in league and 44 overall. The Lady Bengals pulled to a 50 lead before Basic came back to tie it But Bonanza ran off 10 unanswered points to finish die game. "At times we played well," Basic Head Coach C. J. Curry said. "We made a lot of mental errors, things that we normally do well we didn't." The Lady Wolves started die second game in good shape before going into a fiink diat diey couldn't get out of. "I didn't have a leader on die fioor that directs the flow of the game," Curry said. "It's somediing that wc' ve always had. but not in this one." No one player had an outstanding game but Curry was pleased widi die solid defensive play of Tera Ferguson. The Lady Wolves host Eldorado today at 5 p.m. Jnlhi •^NiiiiPiRiii Today: ClrU volleyball—Eldorado at Lady Wolves. 5 p.m.; JV 4 p.m.; B team 3 p.m. Boys teraiis—Moapa Valley at Wolves, 3:30 p.in. Boys soccer—Chapanal at Wolves, 3 pjn.; JV 5 p.m. Girls golf—Lady Wolves vs. Eldorado at Nellis, 3 p.m. Wednesday I ^''y^ football—Valley a( Wolves, B team 4:30 p.m. Girls tennis—^MoqM Valley at Lady Wolves, 3:30 p.m. Thursday I Boys temus—Zone seeding meeting Girls tennis—Zone seeding meeting Boys soccer—Wolves vs. Green Valley at Silver Bowl, 3 pjn.; JV 5 p.m. Boys football—Valley at Wolves, JV 4:30 pjn. Fridsy Boys tennis— Tant team competition Girls tennis—^Zone team competition Saturday: Vrsity football—Valley at Wolves. 12 pjn. Cross Country—Wolves, Lady Wolves at Central Park Invitational. Huntington Beach. Calif. Sunday: N event* scheduled. Monday: NO events scheduled Henderson's Chairez wins Run for the Rose Dave Chairez of Henderson won the inaugural Run for the Rose 5kilometer charity race Saturday in a time of 16 minutes, 30 seconds. Chairez, 32, topped a field of more than 400 runners, which included entries from California, Ohio and Illinois. The race began ofi the new track at Green Valley High School. Rob Yasek, 29, also a Henderson resident, was the second overall mnner in 16:40. The top female fmisher was 10-yearold Julie Kyriacou of Las Vegas, who was 34di overall in 20:24. There were 12 age groups for male and female runners for die event, which was held to benefit patient services for St. Rose Dominican Hospital in Henderson. Male age group winners included Ryan Horn of Henderson (10-under, 20:39), Scott CampbeU of Las Vegas (11-14, 19:48). Marcus Schoeffel of Henderson (15-19,18:45), Juan Erives of Las Vegas (20-24,19:35), Yasek (2529), Chairez (30-34), James Morton of Las Vegas (35-39, 18:35), Ed Preciado of Las Vegas (40-44. 18:08), Tony Pryatel of Las Vegas (45^9,19:00), David Mulkey of Las Vegas (50-54, 21:01), Lloyd Nieding of Las Vegas (55-59, 19:44) and Ken Campbell of Las Vegas (60-64, 23:34). Femal^age group winners were Kyriacou (10-under), Joanna Gamas of Henderson (11-14, 22:45). Christine Leuch of Henderson(15-19.21:56). Leslie Hardsim of Las Vegas (20-24, 20:48), Christi Barry of Las Vegas (25-29,22:31), Angela Boyer of Las Vegas (30-34,21:16), Mary OlsenofLas Vegas (35-39,25:25). Kadiy Oiness of Henderson (4044,22:11), Nancy Yeager of Las Vegas(4549,25:45). KarenKeidi of Las Vegas (50-54,25:29) and Jeanne Pinon of Las Vegas (5559.30:16). THE ROAD TO VICTORY — Henderson resident Dave Chairez races ahead of the field in the inaugural Run for the Rose charity race Saturday. Chairez won the 5-kilometer race, which began at Green Valley High School, in 16 minutes, 30 seconds. Rioto b; Aaroa Mayas wwsmmmi^s^^mm mm wmmmtmi^simm rji 3ij,ni.m i S ii -i.| i i i ill i mmw 1 11 1 1 SPSPPiillliillPH iP^ fORIGINAt DEFECTIVE wmmmsmmmmmmimm

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wimmmmmmmm^minm mmmmmmmm Page 8 Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Football from Page 7 Coach Bob Johnson said. "Other than that, we had some amazing improvements in our defense ahd our offense controlled the game. We just let them back into it." Despite conoolling the game, it wasn't until the final period that the Cowboys broke it open. Senior fullback David Walker scored from the l-yaxd line with 11:09 left to put Chaparral up for good. The Cowboys' Nick Jones kicked a 32-yard field goal with 1:47 left to complete the scoring. The Wolves made one last comeback attempt, but Branden was intercepted at midfield. "We had a letdown to a ceitain extent," Whitehead said. "It was sort of frustrating, every time we would do something good we would negate it." The Wolves are at home this week for a Saturday afternoon game against the Valley Vikings (1-4), who lost 39-0 to Eldorado last week. Varsity Summaries Chaparral 24, Basic 14 Basic 7 0 7 0—14 Chaparral 14 0 0 10—24 Cha—Smith 48 run (Jones kick) Cha—Webb 1 run (Jones kick) Bas—Richter 9 run (Hogg kick) BBS —Richter 4 run (Hogg kick) Ch—Walker 1 run (Jones kick) Ch—Jones 32 PO Individual SUtlstics Rushing—Eldorado: Myers 14-51, MullenS-43, A. Jackson 643, Fobbs 2-9, Harrison 1-8, Ross l-l.Tollefson3-(minus^). Valley: Edwards 7-26. Keelon 13-25, Tanner 2-12, Gibson 3-6. Besser 1 -(minus-8). Oerber 9-(minus-32). Paadng—EkloradO:tolle£K>n3-8-l-60, Hernandez 0-1-0-0. Valley: Gerber 142-3. Besser 0-1-1-0. Receiving—EMorado: Robinson 1-28, Harrison 1-17, Manor 1-15. Valley: Besser 1-3. Has Cha First down 7 19 Rushes-yds 21-105 56-348 Passing yards 27 22 Comp-Atl-Int 2-12-1 3-5-0 Punts 6-28.6 2-23.5 Fumbles-lost 2-1 3-2 Penalties-yards 5-50 9-90 Individual SUtlstics Rushing—Basic: Richter 18-105, Branden 2-1, Taylorl-0. Chaparral: Smith 11-128. Webb 20-111. Granger 12-76. Barrow 7-12. Walka 6-12. Passing—Basic: Branden 2-12-27-1. Chaparral: Webb 3-5-22-0. Receiving—Basic: Cahill 2-27. "Chaparral:Telfer 1-13. Granger 1-9. Rancho ^1, Green Valley 6 Rancho 18 26 0 7—51 Green Valley 0 0 0 6—6 R—Aimce 50 pass from Ridge (kick failed) R—Jones 32 run (kick failed) R—Walker 51 pass from Ridge (run failed) R—Mack 4 run (run failed) R—Jones 63 run (run failed) R—Johnson 13 run (Walker kick) R—Mack 10 run (Walker kick) R—Queen 1 run (Walker kick) GV^Snyder 9 pass from SUth (luck. failed) I' r /I V :! f Individual Statistics Rushing—Rancho: Jones 4-104. Mack 8-62. Johnson 949. Brown 5-21. Jacobs 2-18. Ridge2-10.Queen 4-8, Wright3-7. Wilson 1 -2. Green Valley: Quinn 14-76, Stith8-26.Boone9-22.Munningerl-12. Passing—Rancho: Stith 7-19-3-75. Green Valley: Ridge 3-3-0-115. Receiving—Rancho: Walker 1-51, Aimee 1-50. Anderson 1-14. Green Valley: Bepetti 247, Boone 2-7. Snj{der l-9.(3uinnl-7. Eldridgel-6. Eldorado 39, Valley 0 Eldorado 3 15 7 14 —39 Valley 0 0 0 0—0 E—Proffitt 37 FG E—^Myers 9 run (kick failed) E—Robinson 28 pass from ToUefson (pass failed) E—Proffitt 27 FG E—Dunn fumble recovery in end zone (Proffitt kick) E—A. Jackson 1 run (Proffitt kick) E—A. Jackson 25 run (F*roffitt kick) Ptayers nicknamed after ttia t>aseball playar Joah GUbwMi The Back Babe Ruth' The JwwtshBabs Ruth' SadahuOh The Babe Ruth of Japan' jQfWi DacKinan. The Babe Ruth of Baakatbair SOURCE: 11w UHniiltBoekol SpomUHi' UNDER PRESSURE—Jeff Cahill (99) bears down on Cowboys quarterback James Webb (7). Cahill forced Webb to miss his target and Basic stopped Chaparral on downs. The Wolves' defense held the Cowboys to 22 passing yards. Photo by Terry Cwter LEGAL NOTICES DISTRICT COURT CLARK COUNTY, NEVADA NEY D. APURA, PlalntifT, R GV First downs 13 11 Rushes-yds 38-281 32-136 Passing yds 11 75 Comp-Att-Int 3-3-0 7-19-3 Punts-Avg. 245.5 3-34.6 Fumbles-lost 0-0 3-2 Penalties-yds 6-51 1-5 Time of posses. sion 22:0 25:54 First downs. Rushes-yds Passing yds Comp-Alt-Int Punts-Avg. Fumbles-lost Penalties-yds E 11 32-151 60 3-9-0 340.7 2-0 7-75 V 7 35-29 3 1-5-3 4-29.5 5-2 8-100 JEAN CARLYLE G. APURA, Defendant Case No. D143310 Dept No. Xin Docket No. 0 SUMMONS NOTICE! YOU HAVE BEEN SUED. THE COURT MAY DECIDE AGAINST YOU WITHOUT YOUR BEING HEARD UNLESS YOU RESPOND WITHIN 20 DAYS. READ THE INFORMATION BELOW. TO THE DEFENDANT: A civil Complaint has l)een filed by the plalntilT against jou for the relief set forth in the Complaint. THIS IS AN ACTION FOR DIVORCE 1. If you intend to defend this lawsuit, within 20 days after this Summons is served on you exclusive of theday of service, you must do the following: a. File with the Clerk of this Court, whose address is shown below, i formal written response to the Complaint in accordance with the rules of the Court b. Serve a copy of your response upon the attorney whose name and address is shown below. 2. Unless you respond, your default will be entered upon application of the plaintiff and this Court may enter a Judgment against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint, whkh could result in the taking of money or property or other relief requested In the Complaint. 3. If you intend toseek the advice of an attorney In this matter, you should do so promptly so that your response may be filed on time. Issued by direction of: (s) EDWARD WEINSTTEIN, ESQ. Attorney for Plaintiff Nevada Bar#1946 2305 Las Vegas Blvd., S. Las Vegas, NV 89104 LORETTA BOWMAN, CLERK OF COURT By: Cecilia Hill Deputy Clerk County Courthouse 200 South Third Street Us Vegas, Nevada 89155 DISTRICT COURT SEAL Sept 17,1991 H—Octl.8,15,22,1991 -DISTRICT COURT CLARK COUNTY, NEVADA MARIA LUISA MAGLALANG GARCIA, PlalntifT, ROMMEL CAPULONG GARCL^ Defendant CaseNo.D143093 Dept No. XIV Docket No. T SUMMONS NOTICE! YOU HAVE BEEN SUED. THE COURT MAY DECIDE AGAINST YOU WITHOUT YOUR BEING HEARD UNLESS YOU RESPOND WITHIN 20 DAYS. READ THE INFORMATION BELOW. TO THE DEFENDANT: A civil Complaint has been filed by the plalntifT against you FOR THE RELIEF SET FORTH IN THE COMPLAINT. THIS IS AN ACTION FOR DIVORCE 1. If you intend to defend this lawsuit within 20 days aTter this Summons Is served on you exclusive of theday of service, you must do the following: a. File with the Clerk of this Court, whose address Is shown below, a formal written response to the Complaint in accordance with the rules of the Court b. Serve a copy of your response upon the attorney whose name and address Is shown below. 2. Unless you respond, your default will be entered upon application of the plainlirr and this Court may enter I Judgment against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint which could result in the taking of money or property or other relief requested In the Complaint 3. If you intend toseek the advice of an attorney in this matter, you should do so promptly so that your response may be filed on time. Issued at direction of: (s) EDWARD WEINSTEIN, ESQ. Attorney for Plalntifr Nevada Bar #1946 2305 Las Vegas Blvd., S. Lu Vegas, NV 89104 LORETTA BOWMAN, CLERK OF COURT By: Dolores Emblcton Sept 11,1991 Deputy Clerk County Courthouse 200 South Third Street Las Vcgaa, Nevada 89155 DISTRICT COURT SEAL H—Oct 1,8,15,22,1991 PUBLIC NOTICE AND DECLARATION I, Patrick B. Kerby, declare that I am a natural bom citizen of one of the several States constituting the United States of America. As a natural born citizen of one of the several States, I have vested rights and am hereby laying claim to my, individual unit right as a Nevada State citizen and all the" protections that come with being a Nevada State citizen; as enunciated in the Nevada State Constitution, declaration of Independence, the Constitution of the United States of America and the first ten Amendments to this Constitution, known as The Bill of Rights. I'm further giving notice that I reserve my common law rights under UCC 1-207.7 and NRS 104.1207 "Without Prejudice". This claim is being made In totality and Is not to be considered a partial claim. The enumeration of certain rights, immunities, benefits, protections, etc. shall not t>e construed to deny all or any part of any other rights, immunities, benefits, protections, etc. due me as a natural born citizen of one of the several States (the fifty States). I further dedans that any of my actions, In the past, which may have indicated I was relinquishing some or any ofthcse Rights, Immunities, Benefits, Protections, etc., were performed in error due to the following: necessity, misinformation, disinformation, constructive fraud or fraud. Therefore, any contracts and or agreements, entered into are hei'eby declared null and void that may have relinquished any of my inalienable rights and common law rights. It has never, at any time, been my intention to give up any of these qualities arising from being a natural born dtizcn of thescvcrai States. Nor has it been my intention not to pay any federal taxes due and payable by law. Any person, individual, or federal government agency claiming Jurisdiction or any portion of my Substantive Rights, Immunities, Benefits, Protections, etc. due me as a natural born Citizen of oncof thefifty Stales comeforth to provcyour claim/ Jurisdiction or forever hold your peace; so I may retain these qualities of Citizenship under my Creator and Country without intcrfiTcnce to the above mentioned inalienable and common law rights. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto signed my name this 10th day of September, 1991. /s/ Patrick B. Kerby (Acct-207) "without prejudice" Signed and Acknowledge in the Presence of: STATE OF Nevada) )SS: COUNTY Clark ) Before me, a Notary Public in and for said County sand Slate, personally appeared the above-named Patrick R. Kerby who acknowledged that he/she did sign the foregoing instrument and that same is Tree and a voluntary act and deed. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, 1 have hereunto set my hand and official seal at Clark, Nevada, this 10 day of Sept. 1991. (SEAL) NOTARY PUBLIC STATE OF NEVADA County of Clark GROVER J. KNIGHT Notary My Appointment Expires Nov. 5th, 1994 H—Sept 24, Oct 1,8,1991. Tuesday, October 8,1991 Wrestling sign-ups set The Southern Nevada Youth Wrestling Association will hold its annual registration for kindergarten through ninth grade during October. (Children and prospective coaches can register at one of the following locations: Oct. 26,10 a.m.-3 p.m. Green Valley High School, Eldorado High School Annual registration fee is $35, and you must bring a copy of the child's birth certiflcate. For additional infonnation, call 8762198. COOD^HOSE JOB! .NEVADA HOUSE OF HOSE SAME STORE • SAME OWNERS y^ NEVADA HOUSE OF HOSE Qf\ 4 HOUSE OF HOSE ^ 2912 S. Highland Suite A Us Vegas • 731-3136 ^4000 10 MINIITE LUBE TERRIBLE'S LUBE •CMANOE THE OIL •CHANGE THE FILTER •COMPLETE CHASSIS LUBE •CHECK AND FILL THE BATTERY •CHECK AND FILL THE BRAKE FLUO We are "The ProfeMlonals" _^ WE FEATURE PENNZOIL AIR AND OIL FILTERSU! Jl 'CHECK AND RLL POWER STEERING ^V W^ •CHECK AND FILL DIFFERENTIAL • iCHECK AND FILL TRANSMISSION •CHECK AND FILL TWES •CHECK AND FILL WINDSHIELD WASHER •CHECK AND CLEAN AIR FILTER •WASH WINDSHIELDS $1995 W Do DomMUc i Forelon Can • nd Motor Homot ^ COUPON— (T^^>^ 306 N. Boulder Highway 6484 Annie Oakley (Sunset & Annie Oakley) 27flB E. Tropicana (Corner E. Trop. & Harrison ^00 OFF i FULL SERVICE OIL CHANGE I EXPIRES OCT. 31,1991 FREE CAR WASH WITH FULL SERVICE National Hiysical Therapy Week .St. Ro.se Dominican Ho.spital i.s proud of tiie experti.se and concern for the community exhil)ited by our Phy.sical Therapy Department. During National Phy.sical Tiierapy Week, October 7-13, we .salute you! Department IVlanager John Ivanoff Dedicated Staif at St. Rose Dominican Hospital Jean Lopez Sctm Hylcckic Jean OLeary Steven ChriMianson l-ljen Mayes John I'eeples Dedicated Staff" at Green Valley Medical Services Anda-w Miiiyer l.orincia Dudoii Klia Blazzard Mar>' Lynth St. Rose Dominican Hospital mmmmimm wmmmmmmmmmmsmii^^ Tuesday, October 8,1991 LEGAL NOTICES We have a long reach I our CLASSIFIEDS reach •Bouldmr City •H0ndron *Qreen Valley Call today 293*2302 or 564-1881 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING 4 p.m. Friday for Henderson Tuesday issue Noon Tuesday for Henderson Thursday, Boulder City and Green Valley issues „^ NflTTTR OF LAND KXCHAWfiK NOTICE IS HEREBYGIVENtliatdMCItyorHtm a munklfMl corpontloa of the SUte af Nmda, Intmdi to exchange 40 acrct, more or leu, of Otf-vwrntd laMi for 20 acres, more or leM, of liad owned by BoMum Materiaii, Inc., a Nevada corporation, which are detcriltcd hcreia and located In Section U and Section 9 of Town Alp 22 South, Range 62 Eait, M J).B.&M. reapccttvclT. CHASCR Pared A.: Twenty (20) acres, being a portioa oT the SouUiweat Quarter (SW 1/4) tt the Soulheait Quarter (SE 1/4) of Section 9, Township 22 South, Kange (2 Eaat, MJiSMM^ Clark County, Nevada, as depicted on thedrawiag attached hereto as Exhibit "A-l", the exact dcKrlptlon of whkh to be established by survey. Pared owned by Bonanza Materials, Inc. Pared B: Forty (40) acres, more or less, bdng the Southeast Quarter (SE 1/4) of the Northeast Quarter (NE 1/4) of Section 16, Town.'>' P*7 *^ coats and expenses a sso dat ed with aaytitkpollcy,Nrvy,hivcatlgatkorstHdythatsudi wishes to obtaia or conduct with rmptct to the pare such party would acquire pnrswmt to the exchaagA as aU documcnury lranr taxes and docamcnt drafttag and recording ckaiges payable In conntdlaa with sndi pared. Each party would pay aU fees and ceaimladons payable to any broker or advbor, If aay, rstahMd by suck party In connecUon with this propoaed ewhaaic Bonansa would pay aB costs and expenses assodatai with havtag Pared A cstablbbed u a kgd pared. Bonansa would pay aU cosUaadcxpeaaes associated with the Phaaslcnvironinental asseaanent with respect to Pared A. Upon the cxpirathM of the Hcense referenced la Ham IB (ID • bovc, Bonanxa, at its expense, wouM (a) demoH* the scak bouse and move nme tmm Parod A, or, at the City's option, remove Bonanza's fixtures and equipment therefrom and gratuMoualy convey the scale house to the Cityi and (b) drain Ike sdtHng poad* to a dry condition. The parttssprcscnUy expert that doaiagcorid occur on or It such party I pared that Mff^aaweM NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning Commission of the City of Henderson, Nevada, wlU hdd a publk hearing on October 17,1991, at 7:00 pjn. ta the City Council Chamber,CHyHail,240W8terStret,Hdern,toconsWer the application of Inn Zone Operation, 3601 W. Sahara Avenue, Las Vegas, NV 89102, rmresented by Bkhard Kuhk, VesUr Deveiopmeni, 2425 E. Camdback Road, #754^ Phoenb, AZ 85016, for a Use Permit to aUow operation of an INN ZONE LOUNGE Uveni In a CC (Community CommercUl with Gaming OverUy) district at 754 S. Boulder Highway, In the Valley View neighborhood. ANY AND ALL interested persons may appear before the Planning Commission, dther In person or by counsel, and may object to or express approval of the proposed Use Permit, or may, prior lu the public hearing, file with the Planning Department written objection thereto or approval thereof. For additional Informiillon, call 565-2088. DATED: October 3,1991 (s) PAUL RUTH, Chairman Henderson Planning Commission H-Oct8 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning Commission of the City of Henderson, Nevada, will hdd a puMk hearing on October 17,1991, at 7:00 p jn. In the City Council Chamber,CityHdl,240Water Street, Henderson, toconslder the application of Paul Gargis, 160 E. Horizon Drive, Henderson, Nevada 89015, for a Zone Change f-om a CN (Neighborhood CommerclaO district, to an RS-2 (Single Family ResMcntlal) distrkt on .5 acres,more or less, for the purpoae of resale, generally located at the Southwest corner of Chaparral and Blackridge In the Black MounUIn neighborhood. PAUL GARGIS ZOM cMMOi moutn mou CM re aa-t z-ir4i DISTRICT COURT CLARK COUNTY, NEVADA FRANK HARMON, G5, KANWAL and KATHY HORWrrZ, Trustee, Plaintiffs, vs. GOLDEN ROD MINE, LTD, s Nevada Limited Partnership; GOLDENROD MINE, INC. a Nevada corporation; GOLDEN ROD MINING CORPORATION, a Nevada corporation; RESOURCE TECHNOLOGY, INC, a corporation; DOES I through X; and ROE CORPORATIONS I THROUGH X, Defendants, CASENO.A274652 DEPT.NO.XUI DOCKET NO. G AMENDED SUMMONS NOTICE! YOU HAVE BEEN SUED. THE COURT MAY DECIDE AGAIN.ST YOU WITHOUT YOUR BEING HEARD UNL:s.S YOU RESPOND WITHIN 20 DAYS. READ THE INFORMATION BELOW. TO Til E DEFI':NUANT: A dvll Complaint has been filed by the plaintiff against you for the relief set forth In the Complaint. This is an action for foreclosure of certain property Interest based upon six patented mining claims, to quid title and for other rtlief. i 1. If you intend to defend this lawsuit, within 20 days after I this Summons is served on you exclusive of theday of service you must do the following: a. nie with the Clerk of this Court, whose address Is shown below, a formal written response to the Complaint hi accordance with the rules of the Court b. Serve a copy ofyour response upon the attorney whose name and address is shown below. 2. Unless you respond, your default will be entered upon application of the phlntifT and this Court may enter a Judgment against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint, which could result in the taking of money or property or other relief requested In the Complaint. 3. If you Intend to seek the advice of an attorney In this mailer, you should du so promptly so that your response may be nied on time. ls.sued at direction of: EDWARD G.MAR.SHALL Attorney for Plaintiffs LORCTTA BOWMAN, 324 So. Third Street #2 CLERK OF COURT Las Vegas Nevada 89101 By: MARCO CROOKS DEPUTY CLERK Date: JUNE 08 1989 County Courthouse 200 South Third Street Las Vegas, Nevada 89155 H—Oct. 1,8,15,22,29. 1991 NOTICE OK PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning Commission of the City of Henderson, Nevada, will hold a public hearing on October 17,1991, at 7:00 p.m. In the City Council Chamber, City Hall, 240 Water Street, Henderson, toconslder the application o( American West, 2700 E. Sunset Road, Las Vegas, NV 89121, represented by Engineers & Surveyors, Inc., 7018 W. Charleston Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89117, for a Variance to incnase allowable fence height from 6' to 10' at 1510 to 1528 Spreading Oak Drive, zoned RS-6 (Single Family Residential) district, generally located southwest of Patrick Lane anc. Whitney Ranch Drive, In the Whitney Ranch ndghborhood. AMERICAN WEST DEVELOPMENT vRiANCi aaoutlT V'tS-ll Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Page 9 Walker Towhv 561 No. Pariuon Henderson, Nevada S9015 (702) S65-Ci20 Lk PSC 7023 Notke bhereby given that I, WdkerTowtag Inc, 561N. Parkson Bond, Henderson, NV.wlB sdibdowm.tioo.vd.ki.stos.ti.l>-.d-aicKl-2^l!-J^ ^^^^ 1979 Cadillac 6D69S9C372909 Nv. plate nCLH 1982 Datsun JN6MD01S4CW120677 Nv. ptaU S79CRE 1986ToyoU JT2ST63C8G7022685 1971 Chevroid 16445ICI36859 1984 Chryder IC3BC51G2EG196583 1977 Chevroid 1Y27U7L127506 1973 Plymouth RP23G3G21222iS 1970 Ford OJ62Y190658 Nv. plate S12DVX Nv.pUU 775DTG Nv. plate 156CDF Nv. pUte 322DTZ Nv. plate 714 BKY Action will be hdd at 10 A.M, November 1,1991, H—Oct. 8.15.22.1991. Martha Alanii 3045 Cedar 2 Las Vegas, NVS9101 Anthony L. BUI Same dOnFvnlctf Las Viaa,NV 89115 Sharon Dawson 304 LoaM LkuU Ck SauM Hcndsrsan,NV 89015 Milton ar Pairida Edwards 4800 E. Cheyenne 264 Same Las Vas,NV 89115 700 E. Flimhwo Las Vatas,NV 89119 Rosemary Stewart Chryder CrsdK Shirtey ^Idn> P.O. Box 19569 567 Christopher Las Vorho<>d. CENTER TRUST/PETER TRUST lOM CMAMU namn not • nic ANY AND ALL Intereded persons may appear before the Planning Commission, dther in person or by coun.scl. and may objed to or express approval of the proposed Zone Change, or may, prior to the public hearing, file with the Planning Department written objection thereto or approvd thereof. For additional information, caU 565-2088. DATED: Odober 3,1991 (s) PAUL RUTH. Chairman Henderson Planning Commission H-Ort.8 1 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning Commission of the City of Henderson, Nevada^ will hold a publk hearing on October 17,1991, at 7:00pjn. hi the City CouncU Chamber,CltyHaU,240WatM-Stred,Hendcrson, toconslder the appUcatioa of Blnion-Cope lareatment Group, 422 Wedgwood Drive, Henderson, Nevada 89014, represented by G.C. Wdtacc, lac, 1555 South Rdnbow Blvd, Las Vegas. Nevada 89102,for thcfoOowing aBacadmcats to the Land Use Policy Plan of the City of Henderson Comprehend ve Plan to alter approved huMl uses fhan 262.6 acres of Residential and 1154 acres of Conminnlty and Neighborhood Shopping to 2S8.8 acres ofReddenHal, 37J acres sfTourid Commercial, 21.0 acres of Community and Ndghborhood Shopping, 7.1 acres of Office, and 53.8 acres efPubUe and Sem I Publl c uses for the purpose of devdoolBg a 378 acre Master Planned Community kaowa as Wcstgala, gmerdiy located at the hitersection of Eastern A venue and W. Lake Mead Drive. In the Green VaUey South ndghborhood. BINiON-COPE INVESTMENT GROUP —^ ,3 CM-f4l ANY AND ALL interested persons may appear before the Itanning Commission, either in person or by counsel, and may object to or express approval of the proposed Zone Change, or may. prior to the public hearing, nic with the Planning Department written objection thereto or approvd thereof. For additional Information, call 565-2088. DATED: October 3,1991 (s) PAUL RUTH,Chairman Henderson llanning Commission H-Oct. 8 hefort January 31,1992 TIMRDA Ar*p i?fiD kt TTOii'-.r.i iT^TfSi n:rfl: TONirPON The tcsws aadcanSUMHoftteadiai^ Shan be considcred and acted ipon by UNCKy CuuKl at a ragnlar mcaUng of the City CouadI sAsdalad tor Nov—ber 5, 1991 at 7:00 P.M. at Henderson Oty Hafl, 240 Water SIrcal, Hsaderso^ Nevada 89015. THIS NOTICE IS GIVEN pursuMl to and sublart to Section 3 J20 of the ChartM^ of the CUy of HeMtcrson, Nevada. For nirtberfairannatkn,cntadlkeClty Attorney's Office at 240 Water Sirod, Suite 20S, Hswtarioa, Nevada. DATED thta Id daT afOdolMr, 1991. hi LOBNA KESTEBSON, MAYOR ATTEST: W DOROnniY A. VONDKNBRINK, CMC Cmr CLERK H-Oct.,lfl^l*9L ANY AND ALL latercatcd persons may appear before the Planning Commlsdon, sMher hi person or by counsel, and may object to ar siprms approval of the proposed Comprahanslve Plan Amsndmea t or may, prior to the publk haartog, ftle with die PUanhu Departaaent written objection thereto or approvd thereof. For additional Information, call S5-20M. DATED: October 3,1991 (s) PAUL RUTH, Chairman Henderson Flaaalng Commlssian H-Oct NOriCE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning Commission of the Cllv of Henderson, Nevada, will hold a publk hearing on Otiotw 17,1991, at 7:00p.m. In the City Council Cham ber, C'lt) 11 all, 240 Water .Street, Henderson, toconslder theappllcallon ofLucky John's .Saloon, Inc, 1633 N. Boulder Highway, Henderson, NV 89015, represented by Randy Black, 3885 S. D.'catur Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89103, for a Use Permit to allow operation of a tavern at 677 N. Stephank Street, In a CC (Community Commerdal) district In the Whitney Ranch neighborhood. LUCKY JOHN'J PUBLIC NOTICE AND DECLARATION I, Elizabeth A. Hanson, dedare that I am a natural bom citizen of one of the severd States constituting the United Slates of America. As a natural born citizen of one of the several States, I have vested rights and am hereby Uying claim to my Individual unit right as a NEVADA State dUzen and all the protections that come with bdng a NEVADA SUte citizen; as enunciated in the NEVADA SUte Constitution, dedarathm of Independence, the Constitution of the United States of Americs and the flrst ten Amendments to this Constitution, known as The BUI of Rights. I'm ftiriher giving notice that I reserve my common law rights under UCC 1-207.7 and NRS 104.1207 "Without Prejudke". This claim Is being made in totality and Is not to be considered a partial dalm. The enumeration of certain rights. Immunities, benefits, protections, etc. shdl not be construed to deny all or any part of any other rights. Immunities, benefits, protections, de. due me as a natural born citizen of one of the severd States (the nfty States). I further declare, that any of my actions. In the past, which may have Indkated I was relinquishing some or any of these Rights, Immunities, Benefits, Protections, etc, were performed in error due to the following: necessity, misinformation, disinformation, constructive fraud or fraud. Therefore, any contracts and or agreements, entered Into are hereby declared null and void that may have relinquished any ofmy inalienable rights and common law rights. It has never, at any time, been my Intention to give up any of these quaBties arising from bdnga natural born dtizenof tbeseveralStates. Nor has it been my Intention not to pay any federd taxes due and payable by law. Any person. Individual, or federal government agency claiming Jurlsdktion orany portion of my Substantive Rights^ Immunities, Benefits, Protections, etc. due me as a naturd burn Citizen of one of the fifty States come forth to prove your claim/ Jurisdidlon or forever hold your peace; so I may retain these qualities of Citizenship under my Creator and Country without Interference to the above mentioned inalienable and common law rights. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto signed my name this 10th day of September, I99I. Is/ Elizabeth A. Hanson Acct-207 'Svithout prejudke" Signed and Acknowledge In the Presence of: STATE OF Nevada) )SS: COUNTY Clark ) Before me, a Notary Public In and for said County sand State, personally appeared the above-named Elizabeth A. Hanson who acknowledged that he/she did sign the foregoing Instrument and that same Is ft-ee and a voluntary act and deed. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto sd my hand and oTftdd seal at Clari^ Nevada, this 10 day of Sept. 1991. ; (SEAL) NOTARY PUBLIC STATE OF NEVADA County of Clark GROVER J. KNIGHT Notary i My Appointment Expires Nov. 5th, 1994 H—Sept 24, Oct 1,8,1991. BEFORE THE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF NEVADA NOTICE OF APPLICATION Nevada Power Company ("NPCO • • u fllcd widi Uie PuUk Service Commission of Nevada ("Commission") an applicati
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wimmmmmmmm^minm mmmmmmmm Page 8 Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Football from Page 7 Coach Bob Johnson said. "Other than that, we had some amazing improvements in our defense ahd our offense controlled the game. We just let them back into it." Despite conoolling the game, it wasn't until the final period that the Cowboys broke it open. Senior fullback David Walker scored from the l-yaxd line with 11:09 left to put Chaparral up for good. The Cowboys' Nick Jones kicked a 32-yard field goal with 1:47 left to complete the scoring. The Wolves made one last comeback attempt, but Branden was intercepted at midfield. "We had a letdown to a ceitain extent," Whitehead said. "It was sort of frustrating, every time we would do something good we would negate it." The Wolves are at home this week for a Saturday afternoon game against the Valley Vikings (1-4), who lost 39-0 to Eldorado last week. Varsity Summaries Chaparral 24, Basic 14 Basic 7 0 7 0—14 Chaparral 14 0 0 10—24 Cha—Smith 48 run (Jones kick) Cha—Webb 1 run (Jones kick) Bas—Richter 9 run (Hogg kick) BBS —Richter 4 run (Hogg kick) Ch—Walker 1 run (Jones kick) Ch—Jones 32 PO Individual SUtlstics Rushing—Eldorado: Myers 14-51, MullenS-43, A. Jackson 643, Fobbs 2-9, Harrison 1-8, Ross l-l.Tollefson3-(minus^). Valley: Edwards 7-26. Keelon 13-25, Tanner 2-12, Gibson 3-6. Besser 1 -(minus-8). Oerber 9-(minus-32). Paadng—EkloradO:tolle£K>n3-8-l-60, Hernandez 0-1-0-0. Valley: Gerber 142-3. Besser 0-1-1-0. Receiving—EMorado: Robinson 1-28, Harrison 1-17, Manor 1-15. Valley: Besser 1-3. Has Cha First down 7 19 Rushes-yds 21-105 56-348 Passing yards 27 22 Comp-Atl-Int 2-12-1 3-5-0 Punts 6-28.6 2-23.5 Fumbles-lost 2-1 3-2 Penalties-yards 5-50 9-90 Individual SUtlstics Rushing—Basic: Richter 18-105, Branden 2-1, Taylorl-0. Chaparral: Smith 11-128. Webb 20-111. Granger 12-76. Barrow 7-12. Walka 6-12. Passing—Basic: Branden 2-12-27-1. Chaparral: Webb 3-5-22-0. Receiving—Basic: Cahill 2-27. "Chaparral:Telfer 1-13. Granger 1-9. Rancho ^1, Green Valley 6 Rancho 18 26 0 7—51 Green Valley 0 0 0 6—6 R—Aimce 50 pass from Ridge (kick failed) R—Jones 32 run (kick failed) R—Walker 51 pass from Ridge (run failed) R—Mack 4 run (run failed) R—Jones 63 run (run failed) R—Johnson 13 run (Walker kick) R—Mack 10 run (Walker kick) R—Queen 1 run (Walker kick) GV^Snyder 9 pass from SUth (luck. failed) I' r /I V :! f Individual Statistics Rushing—Rancho: Jones 4-104. Mack 8-62. Johnson 949. Brown 5-21. Jacobs 2-18. Ridge2-10.Queen 4-8, Wright3-7. Wilson 1 -2. Green Valley: Quinn 14-76, Stith8-26.Boone9-22.Munningerl-12. Passing—Rancho: Stith 7-19-3-75. Green Valley: Ridge 3-3-0-115. Receiving—Rancho: Walker 1-51, Aimee 1-50. Anderson 1-14. Green Valley: Bepetti 247, Boone 2-7. Snj{der l-9.(3uinnl-7. Eldridgel-6. Eldorado 39, Valley 0 Eldorado 3 15 7 14 —39 Valley 0 0 0 0—0 E—Proffitt 37 FG E—^Myers 9 run (kick failed) E—Robinson 28 pass from ToUefson (pass failed) E—Proffitt 27 FG E—Dunn fumble recovery in end zone (Proffitt kick) E—A. Jackson 1 run (Proffitt kick) E—A. Jackson 25 run (F*roffitt kick) Ptayers nicknamed after ttia t>aseball playar Joah GUbwMi The Back Babe Ruth' The JwwtshBabs Ruth' SadahuOh The Babe Ruth of Japan' jQfWi DacKinan. The Babe Ruth of Baakatbair SOURCE: 11w UHniiltBoekol SpomUHi' UNDER PRESSURE—Jeff Cahill (99) bears down on Cowboys quarterback James Webb (7). Cahill forced Webb to miss his target and Basic stopped Chaparral on downs. The Wolves' defense held the Cowboys to 22 passing yards. Photo by Terry Cwter LEGAL NOTICES DISTRICT COURT CLARK COUNTY, NEVADA NEY D. APURA, PlalntifT, R GV First downs 13 11 Rushes-yds 38-281 32-136 Passing yds 11 75 Comp-Att-Int 3-3-0 7-19-3 Punts-Avg. 245.5 3-34.6 Fumbles-lost 0-0 3-2 Penalties-yds 6-51 1-5 Time of posses. sion 22:0 25:54 First downs. Rushes-yds Passing yds Comp-Alt-Int Punts-Avg. Fumbles-lost Penalties-yds E 11 32-151 60 3-9-0 340.7 2-0 7-75 V 7 35-29 3 1-5-3 4-29.5 5-2 8-100 JEAN CARLYLE G. APURA, Defendant Case No. D143310 Dept No. Xin Docket No. 0 SUMMONS NOTICE! YOU HAVE BEEN SUED. THE COURT MAY DECIDE AGAINST YOU WITHOUT YOUR BEING HEARD UNLESS YOU RESPOND WITHIN 20 DAYS. READ THE INFORMATION BELOW. TO THE DEFENDANT: A civil Complaint has l)een filed by the plalntilT against jou for the relief set forth in the Complaint. THIS IS AN ACTION FOR DIVORCE 1. If you intend to defend this lawsuit, within 20 days after this Summons is served on you exclusive of theday of service, you must do the following: a. File with the Clerk of this Court, whose address is shown below, i formal written response to the Complaint in accordance with the rules of the Court b. Serve a copy of your response upon the attorney whose name and address is shown below. 2. Unless you respond, your default will be entered upon application of the plaintiff and this Court may enter a Judgment against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint, whkh could result in the taking of money or property or other relief requested In the Complaint. 3. If you intend toseek the advice of an attorney In this matter, you should do so promptly so that your response may be filed on time. Issued by direction of: (s) EDWARD WEINSTTEIN, ESQ. Attorney for Plaintiff Nevada Bar#1946 2305 Las Vegas Blvd., S. Las Vegas, NV 89104 LORETTA BOWMAN, CLERK OF COURT By: Cecilia Hill Deputy Clerk County Courthouse 200 South Third Street Us Vegas, Nevada 89155 DISTRICT COURT SEAL Sept 17,1991 H—Octl.8,15,22,1991 -DISTRICT COURT CLARK COUNTY, NEVADA MARIA LUISA MAGLALANG GARCIA, PlalntifT, ROMMEL CAPULONG GARCL^ Defendant CaseNo.D143093 Dept No. XIV Docket No. T SUMMONS NOTICE! YOU HAVE BEEN SUED. THE COURT MAY DECIDE AGAINST YOU WITHOUT YOUR BEING HEARD UNLESS YOU RESPOND WITHIN 20 DAYS. READ THE INFORMATION BELOW. TO THE DEFENDANT: A civil Complaint has been filed by the plalntifT against you FOR THE RELIEF SET FORTH IN THE COMPLAINT. THIS IS AN ACTION FOR DIVORCE 1. If you intend to defend this lawsuit within 20 days aTter this Summons Is served on you exclusive of theday of service, you must do the following: a. File with the Clerk of this Court, whose address Is shown below, a formal written response to the Complaint in accordance with the rules of the Court b. Serve a copy of your response upon the attorney whose name and address Is shown below. 2. Unless you respond, your default will be entered upon application of the plainlirr and this Court may enter I Judgment against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint which could result in the taking of money or property or other relief requested In the Complaint 3. If you intend toseek the advice of an attorney in this matter, you should do so promptly so that your response may be filed on time. Issued at direction of: (s) EDWARD WEINSTEIN, ESQ. Attorney for Plalntifr Nevada Bar #1946 2305 Las Vegas Blvd., S. Lu Vegas, NV 89104 LORETTA BOWMAN, CLERK OF COURT By: Dolores Emblcton Sept 11,1991 Deputy Clerk County Courthouse 200 South Third Street Las Vcgaa, Nevada 89155 DISTRICT COURT SEAL H—Oct 1,8,15,22,1991 PUBLIC NOTICE AND DECLARATION I, Patrick B. Kerby, declare that I am a natural bom citizen of one of the several States constituting the United States of America. As a natural born citizen of one of the several States, I have vested rights and am hereby laying claim to my, individual unit right as a Nevada State citizen and all the" protections that come with being a Nevada State citizen; as enunciated in the Nevada State Constitution, declaration of Independence, the Constitution of the United States of America and the first ten Amendments to this Constitution, known as The Bill of Rights. I'm further giving notice that I reserve my common law rights under UCC 1-207.7 and NRS 104.1207 "Without Prejudice". This claim is being made In totality and Is not to be considered a partial claim. The enumeration of certain rights, immunities, benefits, protections, etc. shall not t>e construed to deny all or any part of any other rights, immunities, benefits, protections, etc. due me as a natural born citizen of one of the several States (the fifty States). I further dedans that any of my actions, In the past, which may have indicated I was relinquishing some or any ofthcse Rights, Immunities, Benefits, Protections, etc., were performed in error due to the following: necessity, misinformation, disinformation, constructive fraud or fraud. Therefore, any contracts and or agreements, entered into are hei'eby declared null and void that may have relinquished any of my inalienable rights and common law rights. It has never, at any time, been my intention to give up any of these qualities arising from being a natural born dtizcn of thescvcrai States. Nor has it been my intention not to pay any federal taxes due and payable by law. Any person, individual, or federal government agency claiming Jurisdiction or any portion of my Substantive Rights, Immunities, Benefits, Protections, etc. due me as a natural born Citizen of oncof thefifty Stales comeforth to provcyour claim/ Jurisdiction or forever hold your peace; so I may retain these qualities of Citizenship under my Creator and Country without intcrfiTcnce to the above mentioned inalienable and common law rights. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto signed my name this 10th day of September, 1991. /s/ Patrick B. Kerby (Acct-207) "without prejudice" Signed and Acknowledge in the Presence of: STATE OF Nevada) )SS: COUNTY Clark ) Before me, a Notary Public in and for said County sand Slate, personally appeared the above-named Patrick R. Kerby who acknowledged that he/she did sign the foregoing instrument and that same is Tree and a voluntary act and deed. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, 1 have hereunto set my hand and official seal at Clark, Nevada, this 10 day of Sept. 1991. (SEAL) NOTARY PUBLIC STATE OF NEVADA County of Clark GROVER J. KNIGHT Notary My Appointment Expires Nov. 5th, 1994 H—Sept 24, Oct 1,8,1991. Tuesday, October 8,1991 Wrestling sign-ups set The Southern Nevada Youth Wrestling Association will hold its annual registration for kindergarten through ninth grade during October. (Children and prospective coaches can register at one of the following locations: Oct. 26,10 a.m.-3 p.m. Green Valley High School, Eldorado High School Annual registration fee is $35, and you must bring a copy of the child's birth certiflcate. For additional infonnation, call 8762198. COOD^HOSE JOB! .NEVADA HOUSE OF HOSE SAME STORE • SAME OWNERS y^ NEVADA HOUSE OF HOSE Qf\ 4 HOUSE OF HOSE ^ 2912 S. Highland Suite A Us Vegas • 731-3136 ^4000 10 MINIITE LUBE TERRIBLE'S LUBE •CMANOE THE OIL •CHANGE THE FILTER •COMPLETE CHASSIS LUBE •CHECK AND FILL THE BATTERY •CHECK AND FILL THE BRAKE FLUO We are "The ProfeMlonals" _^ WE FEATURE PENNZOIL AIR AND OIL FILTERSU! Jl 'CHECK AND RLL POWER STEERING ^V W^ •CHECK AND FILL DIFFERENTIAL • iCHECK AND FILL TRANSMISSION •CHECK AND FILL TWES •CHECK AND FILL WINDSHIELD WASHER •CHECK AND CLEAN AIR FILTER •WASH WINDSHIELDS $1995 W Do DomMUc i Forelon Can • nd Motor Homot ^ COUPON— (T^^>^ 306 N. Boulder Highway 6484 Annie Oakley (Sunset & Annie Oakley) 27flB E. Tropicana (Corner E. Trop. & Harrison ^00 OFF i FULL SERVICE OIL CHANGE I EXPIRES OCT. 31,1991 FREE CAR WASH WITH FULL SERVICE National Hiysical Therapy Week .St. Ro.se Dominican Ho.spital i.s proud of tiie experti.se and concern for the community exhil)ited by our Phy.sical Therapy Department. During National Phy.sical Tiierapy Week, October 7-13, we .salute you! Department IVlanager John Ivanoff Dedicated Staif at St. Rose Dominican Hospital Jean Lopez Sctm Hylcckic Jean OLeary Steven ChriMianson l-ljen Mayes John I'eeples Dedicated Staff" at Green Valley Medical Services Anda-w Miiiyer l.orincia Dudoii Klia Blazzard Mar>' Lynth St. Rose Dominican Hospital mmmmimm wmmmmmmmmmmsmii^^ Tuesday, October 8,1991 LEGAL NOTICES We have a long reach I our CLASSIFIEDS reach •Bouldmr City •H0ndron *Qreen Valley Call today 293*2302 or 564-1881 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING 4 p.m. Friday for Henderson Tuesday issue Noon Tuesday for Henderson Thursday, Boulder City and Green Valley issues „^ NflTTTR OF LAND KXCHAWfiK NOTICE IS HEREBYGIVENtliatdMCItyorHtm a munklfMl corpontloa of the SUte af Nmda, Intmdi to exchange 40 acrct, more or leu, of Otf-vwrntd laMi for 20 acres, more or leM, of liad owned by BoMum Materiaii, Inc., a Nevada corporation, which are detcriltcd hcreia and located In Section U and Section 9 of Town Alp 22 South, Range 62 Eait, M J).B.&M. reapccttvclT. CHASCR Pared A.: Twenty (20) acres, being a portioa oT the SouUiweat Quarter (SW 1/4) tt the Soulheait Quarter (SE 1/4) of Section 9, Township 22 South, Kange (2 Eaat, MJiSMM^ Clark County, Nevada, as depicted on thedrawiag attached hereto as Exhibit "A-l", the exact dcKrlptlon of whkh to be established by survey. Pared owned by Bonanza Materials, Inc. Pared B: Forty (40) acres, more or less, bdng the Southeast Quarter (SE 1/4) of the Northeast Quarter (NE 1/4) of Section 16, Town.'>' P*7 *^ coats and expenses a sso dat ed with aaytitkpollcy,Nrvy,hivcatlgatkorstHdythatsudi wishes to obtaia or conduct with rmptct to the pare such party would acquire pnrswmt to the exchaagA as aU documcnury lranr taxes and docamcnt drafttag and recording ckaiges payable In conntdlaa with sndi pared. Each party would pay aU fees and ceaimladons payable to any broker or advbor, If aay, rstahMd by suck party In connecUon with this propoaed ewhaaic Bonansa would pay aB costs and expenses assodatai with havtag Pared A cstablbbed u a kgd pared. Bonansa would pay aU cosUaadcxpeaaes associated with the Phaaslcnvironinental asseaanent with respect to Pared A. Upon the cxpirathM of the Hcense referenced la Ham IB (ID • bovc, Bonanxa, at its expense, wouM (a) demoH* the scak bouse and move nme tmm Parod A, or, at the City's option, remove Bonanza's fixtures and equipment therefrom and gratuMoualy convey the scale house to the Cityi and (b) drain Ike sdtHng poad* to a dry condition. The parttssprcscnUy expert that doaiagcorid occur on or It such party I pared that Mff^aaweM NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning Commission of the City of Henderson, Nevada, wlU hdd a publk hearing on October 17,1991, at 7:00 pjn. ta the City Council Chamber,CHyHail,240W8terStret,Hdern,toconsWer the application of Inn Zone Operation, 3601 W. Sahara Avenue, Las Vegas, NV 89102, rmresented by Bkhard Kuhk, VesUr Deveiopmeni, 2425 E. Camdback Road, #754^ Phoenb, AZ 85016, for a Use Permit to aUow operation of an INN ZONE LOUNGE Uveni In a CC (Community CommercUl with Gaming OverUy) district at 754 S. Boulder Highway, In the Valley View neighborhood. ANY AND ALL interested persons may appear before the Planning Commission, dther In person or by counsel, and may object to or express approval of the proposed Use Permit, or may, prior lu the public hearing, file with the Planning Department written objection thereto or approval thereof. For additional Informiillon, call 565-2088. DATED: October 3,1991 (s) PAUL RUTH, Chairman Henderson Planning Commission H-Oct8 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning Commission of the City of Henderson, Nevada, will hdd a puMk hearing on October 17,1991, at 7:00 p jn. In the City Council Chamber,CityHdl,240Water Street, Henderson, toconslder the application of Paul Gargis, 160 E. Horizon Drive, Henderson, Nevada 89015, for a Zone Change f-om a CN (Neighborhood CommerclaO district, to an RS-2 (Single Family ResMcntlal) distrkt on .5 acres,more or less, for the purpoae of resale, generally located at the Southwest corner of Chaparral and Blackridge In the Black MounUIn neighborhood. PAUL GARGIS ZOM cMMOi moutn mou CM re aa-t z-ir4i DISTRICT COURT CLARK COUNTY, NEVADA FRANK HARMON, G5, KANWAL and KATHY HORWrrZ, Trustee, Plaintiffs, vs. GOLDEN ROD MINE, LTD, s Nevada Limited Partnership; GOLDENROD MINE, INC. a Nevada corporation; GOLDEN ROD MINING CORPORATION, a Nevada corporation; RESOURCE TECHNOLOGY, INC, a corporation; DOES I through X; and ROE CORPORATIONS I THROUGH X, Defendants, CASENO.A274652 DEPT.NO.XUI DOCKET NO. G AMENDED SUMMONS NOTICE! YOU HAVE BEEN SUED. THE COURT MAY DECIDE AGAIN.ST YOU WITHOUT YOUR BEING HEARD UNL:s.S YOU RESPOND WITHIN 20 DAYS. READ THE INFORMATION BELOW. TO Til E DEFI':NUANT: A dvll Complaint has been filed by the plaintiff against you for the relief set forth In the Complaint. This is an action for foreclosure of certain property Interest based upon six patented mining claims, to quid title and for other rtlief. i 1. If you intend to defend this lawsuit, within 20 days after I this Summons is served on you exclusive of theday of service you must do the following: a. nie with the Clerk of this Court, whose address Is shown below, a formal written response to the Complaint hi accordance with the rules of the Court b. Serve a copy ofyour response upon the attorney whose name and address is shown below. 2. Unless you respond, your default will be entered upon application of the phlntifT and this Court may enter a Judgment against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint, which could result in the taking of money or property or other relief requested In the Complaint. 3. If you Intend to seek the advice of an attorney In this mailer, you should du so promptly so that your response may be nied on time. ls.sued at direction of: EDWARD G.MAR.SHALL Attorney for Plaintiffs LORCTTA BOWMAN, 324 So. Third Street #2 CLERK OF COURT Las Vegas Nevada 89101 By: MARCO CROOKS DEPUTY CLERK Date: JUNE 08 1989 County Courthouse 200 South Third Street Las Vegas, Nevada 89155 H—Oct. 1,8,15,22,29. 1991 NOTICE OK PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning Commission of the City of Henderson, Nevada, will hold a public hearing on October 17,1991, at 7:00 p.m. In the City Council Chamber, City Hall, 240 Water Street, Henderson, toconslder the application o( American West, 2700 E. Sunset Road, Las Vegas, NV 89121, represented by Engineers & Surveyors, Inc., 7018 W. Charleston Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89117, for a Variance to incnase allowable fence height from 6' to 10' at 1510 to 1528 Spreading Oak Drive, zoned RS-6 (Single Family Residential) district, generally located southwest of Patrick Lane anc. Whitney Ranch Drive, In the Whitney Ranch ndghborhood. AMERICAN WEST DEVELOPMENT vRiANCi aaoutlT V'tS-ll Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Page 9 Walker Towhv 561 No. Pariuon Henderson, Nevada S9015 (702) S65-Ci20 Lk PSC 7023 Notke bhereby given that I, WdkerTowtag Inc, 561N. Parkson Bond, Henderson, NV.wlB sdibdowm.tioo.vd.ki.stos.ti.l>-.d-aicKl-2^l!-J^ ^^^^ 1979 Cadillac 6D69S9C372909 Nv. plate nCLH 1982 Datsun JN6MD01S4CW120677 Nv. ptaU S79CRE 1986ToyoU JT2ST63C8G7022685 1971 Chevroid 16445ICI36859 1984 Chryder IC3BC51G2EG196583 1977 Chevroid 1Y27U7L127506 1973 Plymouth RP23G3G21222iS 1970 Ford OJ62Y190658 Nv. plate S12DVX Nv.pUU 775DTG Nv. plate 156CDF Nv. pUte 322DTZ Nv. plate 714 BKY Action will be hdd at 10 A.M, November 1,1991, H—Oct. 8.15.22.1991. Martha Alanii 3045 Cedar 2 Las Vegas, NVS9101 Anthony L. BUI Same dOnFvnlctf Las Viaa,NV 89115 Sharon Dawson 304 LoaM LkuU Ck SauM Hcndsrsan,NV 89015 Milton ar Pairida Edwards 4800 E. Cheyenne 264 Same Las Vas,NV 89115 700 E. Flimhwo Las Vatas,NV 89119 Rosemary Stewart Chryder CrsdK Shirtey ^Idn> P.O. Box 19569 567 Christopher Las Vorho<>d. CENTER TRUST/PETER TRUST lOM CMAMU namn not • nic ANY AND ALL Intereded persons may appear before the Planning Commission, dther in person or by coun.scl. and may objed to or express approval of the proposed Zone Change, or may, prior to the public hearing, file with the Planning Department written objection thereto or approvd thereof. For additional information, caU 565-2088. DATED: Odober 3,1991 (s) PAUL RUTH. Chairman Henderson Planning Commission H-Ort.8 1 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning Commission of the City of Henderson, Nevada^ will hold a publk hearing on October 17,1991, at 7:00pjn. hi the City CouncU Chamber,CltyHaU,240WatM-Stred,Hendcrson, toconslder the appUcatioa of Blnion-Cope lareatment Group, 422 Wedgwood Drive, Henderson, Nevada 89014, represented by G.C. Wdtacc, lac, 1555 South Rdnbow Blvd, Las Vegas. Nevada 89102,for thcfoOowing aBacadmcats to the Land Use Policy Plan of the City of Henderson Comprehend ve Plan to alter approved huMl uses fhan 262.6 acres of Residential and 1154 acres of Conminnlty and Neighborhood Shopping to 2S8.8 acres ofReddenHal, 37J acres sfTourid Commercial, 21.0 acres of Community and Ndghborhood Shopping, 7.1 acres of Office, and 53.8 acres efPubUe and Sem I Publl c uses for the purpose of devdoolBg a 378 acre Master Planned Community kaowa as Wcstgala, gmerdiy located at the hitersection of Eastern A venue and W. Lake Mead Drive. In the Green VaUey South ndghborhood. BINiON-COPE INVESTMENT GROUP —^ ,3 CM-f4l ANY AND ALL interested persons may appear before the Itanning Commission, either in person or by counsel, and may object to or express approval of the proposed Zone Change, or may. prior to the public hearing, nic with the Planning Department written objection thereto or approvd thereof. For additional Information, call 565-2088. DATED: October 3,1991 (s) PAUL RUTH,Chairman Henderson llanning Commission H-Oct. 8 hefort January 31,1992 TIMRDA Ar*p i?fiD kt TTOii'-.r.i iT^TfSi n:rfl: TONirPON The tcsws aadcanSUMHoftteadiai^ Shan be considcred and acted ipon by UNCKy CuuKl at a ragnlar mcaUng of the City CouadI sAsdalad tor Nov—ber 5, 1991 at 7:00 P.M. at Henderson Oty Hafl, 240 Water SIrcal, Hsaderso^ Nevada 89015. THIS NOTICE IS GIVEN pursuMl to and sublart to Section 3 J20 of the ChartM^ of the CUy of HeMtcrson, Nevada. For nirtberfairannatkn,cntadlkeClty Attorney's Office at 240 Water Sirod, Suite 20S, Hswtarioa, Nevada. DATED thta Id daT afOdolMr, 1991. hi LOBNA KESTEBSON, MAYOR ATTEST: W DOROnniY A. VONDKNBRINK, CMC Cmr CLERK H-Oct.,lfl^l*9L ANY AND ALL latercatcd persons may appear before the Planning Commlsdon, sMher hi person or by counsel, and may object to ar siprms approval of the proposed Comprahanslve Plan Amsndmea t or may, prior to the publk haartog, ftle with die PUanhu Departaaent written objection thereto or approvd thereof. For additional Information, call S5-20M. DATED: October 3,1991 (s) PAUL RUTH, Chairman Henderson Flaaalng Commlssian H-Oct NOriCE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning Commission of the Cllv of Henderson, Nevada, will hold a publk hearing on Otiotw 17,1991, at 7:00p.m. In the City Council Cham ber, C'lt) 11 all, 240 Water .Street, Henderson, toconslder theappllcallon ofLucky John's .Saloon, Inc, 1633 N. Boulder Highway, Henderson, NV 89015, represented by Randy Black, 3885 S. D.'catur Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89103, for a Use Permit to allow operation of a tavern at 677 N. Stephank Street, In a CC (Community Commerdal) district In the Whitney Ranch neighborhood. LUCKY JOHN'J PUBLIC NOTICE AND DECLARATION I, Elizabeth A. Hanson, dedare that I am a natural bom citizen of one of the severd States constituting the United Slates of America. As a natural born citizen of one of the several States, I have vested rights and am hereby Uying claim to my Individual unit right as a NEVADA State dUzen and all the protections that come with bdng a NEVADA SUte citizen; as enunciated in the NEVADA SUte Constitution, dedarathm of Independence, the Constitution of the United States of Americs and the flrst ten Amendments to this Constitution, known as The BUI of Rights. I'm ftiriher giving notice that I reserve my common law rights under UCC 1-207.7 and NRS 104.1207 "Without Prejudke". This claim Is being made in totality and Is not to be considered a partial dalm. The enumeration of certain rights. Immunities, benefits, protections, etc. shdl not be construed to deny all or any part of any other rights. Immunities, benefits, protections, de. due me as a natural born citizen of one of the severd States (the nfty States). I further declare, that any of my actions. In the past, which may have Indkated I was relinquishing some or any of these Rights, Immunities, Benefits, Protections, etc, were performed in error due to the following: necessity, misinformation, disinformation, constructive fraud or fraud. Therefore, any contracts and or agreements, entered Into are hereby declared null and void that may have relinquished any ofmy inalienable rights and common law rights. It has never, at any time, been my Intention to give up any of these quaBties arising from bdnga natural born dtizenof tbeseveralStates. Nor has it been my Intention not to pay any federd taxes due and payable by law. Any person. Individual, or federal government agency claiming Jurlsdktion orany portion of my Substantive Rights^ Immunities, Benefits, Protections, etc. due me as a naturd burn Citizen of one of the fifty States come forth to prove your claim/ Jurisdidlon or forever hold your peace; so I may retain these qualities of Citizenship under my Creator and Country without Interference to the above mentioned inalienable and common law rights. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto signed my name this 10th day of September, I99I. Is/ Elizabeth A. Hanson Acct-207 'Svithout prejudke" Signed and Acknowledge In the Presence of: STATE OF Nevada) )SS: COUNTY Clark ) Before me, a Notary Public In and for said County sand State, personally appeared the above-named Elizabeth A. Hanson who acknowledged that he/she did sign the foregoing Instrument and that same Is ft-ee and a voluntary act and deed. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto sd my hand and oTftdd seal at Clari^ Nevada, this 10 day of Sept. 1991. ; (SEAL) NOTARY PUBLIC STATE OF NEVADA County of Clark GROVER J. KNIGHT Notary i My Appointment Expires Nov. 5th, 1994 H—Sept 24, Oct 1,8,1991. BEFORE THE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF NEVADA NOTICE OF APPLICATION Nevada Power Company ("NPCO • • u fllcd widi Uie PuUk Service Commission of Nevada ("Commission") an applicati
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HBCPublications 435-7700 nv^can WtVADA CUaSIFltD OOVBmWNQ NETWORK CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING mmu 4 p.m. Friday for Henderson Tuesday issue Noon Tuesday for Henderson Thursday, Boulder City and Green Valley issues Our Ad Rates Are REASONABLE Call For Details 293-2302 or 564-1881 MOTOR HOME for sale, 565-8397. PROPERTY OR house to trade for off shore 40' world cruise vessel in San Diego. Great, Hveaboard. Call Sue day 619-2388062 or nite 619-2260391. 18 1/2THUNDERBIRD tri-hull, walk-thru 150 HP Mercury w/trolling motor $2650 564-8809 7am2pm. •88 FOUR WINNS 205 Sundowner 21' cuddy cabin many extras. Call for details. 294-3850. W haft a long rMehl Ow CLASSIFIEDS nteh •BODLDBR crrr • HENDERSON • GREEN VALLET CtU todty 293.2302 or 864-18S1 GARAGE SALES YARD SALE—420 Arizona St. BC. Oct. 12 & 13. Start a to 4. NO EARLY BIRDS! BC. RUMMAGE SALE at Paradise Christian Academy in Henderson. Near Morrell Park. 601 N. Major. Sat. 8 am-12 pm. We have lots of good things, cheap. BOATS & RVs 1968 IMP 20'boat, need minor repair, runs great $2,000 080. Call 4548294 after 5 pm. 1978 19'SEA RAY 305 omc, new int. New top, new mooring cover with many extras and trailer. $5000. OBO 293-4350 afte^ pm. BC POSITIONS WANTED COMPASSIONATE, certified nursing asst, fully accredited for nursing or lite domestics. Fees commensurate with duty forinfocall 565-4125 leave message. Boats and RVs BOATHOUSE STORAGE Boulder City Nevada New Stoiages-Now Renting 11x15$ 55 mo 11 X 36$ 80 mo 14x36 $110 mo 14 X 64 $200 mo 293-2202 LOST & FOUND LOST Orange and white cat w/yeilow collar, answers to Muff in, vie. of Fir St. about Sept. 26th. 2941731. BC REWARD FOR INFORMATION FOR RETURN of Red Yamaha Scooter stolen from Gloria Lane on Monday, Sept. 30, between 12:30 and 1. 293-0917. BC B.C. CANVAS SPECIALTIES iBeeRxmiUDnvE BOULQER OTV. NEVAtM BBOOS 702-e9M90B FREE ESTIMATES BOAT CANVAS TOPS & COVERS BOAT INTERIOR ^W% Piftrniint LOST MALE ORANGE/ WHITE 6 mos old cat, w/ black bandana around neck, vie. Ave. G on Sept. 26. REWARD. 293-34fe. toave msg. BC FOUND on Emden St. Young female dog, chocolate cotor, has rabies tag. Call 565-5436. MISSlNfi since Sept. 22. Nebraska-Basic area. Much k>ved large gray mala cat. Looks & answers to "Tiger.'' 5645888. LOST & FOUND FOUND Set of keys at Wells Park Tennis Court. Call 564-3495 to kientify. PETS/ANIMALS TFie Cat's Meow, shopping for a cat or kitten? MuRitude of colors. Mgny to clioosefrom. Persians, longhairad & short haitt. 3G1-2484. Guinia Pigs Galore. Long & Short hairs. Rainbow of colors, also baby peacocks & d ucks. 361-2484. DOMESTIC HELP HOUSECLEANING reasonable and dependable. Call 294-0375. BC BABYSITTING in my home, tots of preschool activities, any age, days & eves, references & experi ence. 565-8659, MOTHER of two has opening in her home for chikJ car. Reliable & rea sonable w/references 564-5251. Biggest Liltlo African Safari iiT the desert. See Lions, Tigers, Bears, Monkeys, etc. Guielts $6,000.896-4095or3615249. '81 CB 900 Honda. Must sell $1,000 OBO. Call afterSpm. 565-1 135. 1980 DODGE ST. REGIS, real ntoe.toaded, ac, only 53,000 miles. $1200. 293-1870. BC 62 THUNDERBIRD $4200, excel cond. 58.000 original miles. Needs paint. 293-2816. BC 1982CHEVYS10,116K miles. $2500.293-4654. B.C. PUBLIC NOTICE OVER 97 MOBILE HOMES •REPOS FORECLOSURES 'USED NEW $ 187 per mo. USED SCHULT HOMES SINCE 1934 NATIONWIDE HOMES 400O BOULDER HWY. 457-2810 NEAR HWY. 95 • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • n iAMOND mobile home sales M ^ AASSIST-U-SELL RESALES : HENDERSON ONLY CASINO DEALING Train lo become i Ciiino Dealer. Fintnciit Aid Available toqiuliiied applicants. Room SL Board packages. ProfeiiioHol DeaUn School of Amtricu 382-1478 P M ANIMAL LOVERS Veterinaiy Office Asiliunt Professional Dog Groomer SCHOOL ProfessioiuU Careen 732-1304 Las Vegas, NV COMPLETE RADIATOR SERVICE Rod and repair rebuilt and new. Big John and Sons 1631 Foothill Dr., 293-7278 B.C. • 85 DODGE CARAVAN LE, fully loaded, all power, luggage rack, 7 pass. $6,500. -89 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 inside & out, will finance 1/2 to the right buyer $2500.294-1604. Wanted used car or truck 1976 BLAZER 4X4 AC, auto, 5 sp $4,000 OBO. Leave Message 4586014. 82 OLDS 98 REGENCY. Loaded, one owner. Excellent running condition. Body perfect. 127K, |2,500. 293-7904. BC BRAND NEWbeautiful5 piece bedroom set w/9 drawer dresser sacrifice $295. 452-8807. 30 bunk beds good quality 100% solid wood includes both mattresses sacrifice $195.452-8807. BEAUTIFUL DAYBED good quality mattress included. Sacrifice $150. 452-8807. WASHERS/DRYERS, as, commercials, hirlpool, white 75 coin slots. Excel, cond. $200 ea. 293-6101. BC BIG JOHNS TOWING LiOht and Heavy duty k]wing.rBooveiyspeddKts. (702) 293-4661 24 hrs. 1577 Foolhlll Dr. BC $100-$600. 564-8651. Repairs OK VEHICLES HENDERSON BUYER'S DREAM HOME 4 • 1990 CanyMiCrett 2 bdrm, 2 bath, dining room or • den, kjtchen appliances, carpet & drapes, mini T blJndt,fulllenglticarportcovered,aircondWoned, • large shed, priced to sell. ^ MONEY SAVER t • $396 per month induding space rent, 2 bdrm, 2 ^ bath, utility room with washer & dryer, kitchen • appliances, carpets ft blinds, covered porch & ^ carport. Steal It $13,500. ^ HOME ft LAND ^ 60 X too FbntkXSBR 2 BA,util.nn., kitwHh serving ^ barAappCanoespkJswasherftdryer,AAD,ooverBd A )orch & carport, mature tvet. complet^ ianoed. ^ ixatad in Resklential area. $67,500. • 74 EL DORADO good cond. asking $1,500. OBO 565-1088. '84GMCS-15 TRUCK New shocks, tires, battery, alternator, starter, rear brakedrums and tire studs; rebuilt radiator. $2.300OBO-665-2660. B.C. CAjyiyAB SPECIALTIES ISBB FOOTHU ORW BOUU OTY. NEVADA BSCOS 70B-89MS09 SEAT UPHOLSTERY AUTOMOTIVe CAR. TRUCK, n.V. & TRAII^R UPHOLSTERY DASH COVERS fig TONNEAU COVERS IB 10% Discount FAST CASH TOP PRICES PAID FOR JUNK CARS FREE PICK-UP SERVICE CALL USI 565-1414 NEVADA PIC-A-PART 1986 Chev. Caprice Classic. XInt Cond. fully equipped. $5,000. eves./ wknds 564-3153. FOR SALE 25C Slot machine, $450 OBO, 566-1080. EVEN FLOW traveler playpen $50, Disney baby's walker $30. 2558641. BEAUTIFUL RCA 25" TV/monitor console w/ remote. Cost $1,000, sell $275 OBO. 565-0047. COMPLETE ladies aolf clubs, bag & cart $200 OBO 565-0047. SOFA 7 ft, solid cherry wood frame w/rust cotor tweed uptiolstery. 3 ft. square solW cherry table, both xInt cond. $150forboth.Pattotable, glass top w/4 chairs, padded seats, white $75, coffee table glass top 2' X 5' w/antique gold stand $50 all in xInt cond. PH. 564-7217. MUST SELL-'81 Ford T-Bird, good cond $2,000,060,565-0753 1972TOYOTAStn.Wgn, No motor. $75. 1982 KX 125 KAWASAKI-funsgood. Reliable. $400. OBO. Must sellll 293-4350 after6p.m. BC. •82 HONDA MC GL500 Silverwing, CB, T-deck, excellent cond. $995. 293-1898. BC. FOR OT>4ER RESAUES OR NSW HOII£t CALl^ AASnST-U-SEtX SAVES • inmS A SELLERS $$$ LBTINOS NEEOEOI WE TAKE TRAOESI FREE HOME EVALUATH3N A 564-1215 OR 564-6949 • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • LEAVING TOWN •Must sell* Clean 1991 Toyota mini truckKenwood Stereo system witti 10" MIX loudspeakers • tinted windows set of extra Enkie wheels with 195/50/15'8. Call 458-7594, ask for Mike or leave message. •84 CHEVY S10 4x4, extended cab. Auto, ac. pw, p/seats, pb, stereo, new tires, camper shell. All excellent conditton. $3,800, days 293-1988, nights 294-7778. MISCELLANEOUS GOLF DDH-2 Dunlop irons 3 thru W, 3 wood, 4 wood Titlist driver & bag $125,565-5646. CAR STEREO KRC-757 Kenwood pull out deck & also T150 JBL 15" 300 watt woofer, speaker never used valued at $800 for both, will sell for $300. 565-5646. Queen bdrm set, 5 pieces $400 firm, came back couch, beige $200 firm. 564-6987. KITCHEN wall cabinets various sizes, very reasonable. 566-6253. VOlCE/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, recepttons or functions. Ph. Flo Raymond 565-8469. Coral Cove Muse Studto. CASH PAID FOR AUTOGRAPHS OF FAMOUS PEOPLE All Mtera Photo*. Oocumenta, etc of Prealdents, Movte Stare, Sclentlats, Muaidane, InvMrton, Ardiltecta end ell ottwr Faffloue People. Aleo oM pr-'70 M|f>r Megaiinee. CALL 565-0319 Tuesday, October 8,1991 MISCELLANEOUS SOLID bAhK OAK BEDROOM SET. 2935737. BC DINEHE TABLE w/12" leaf, 6 chairs. Earthtones (brn/beige) $50. 5656643. MISCELLANEOUS II HELP WANTED || HELP WANTED FOR SALE SEARS Heavy Duty Kenmore washer/and gasdryer, 10 mos. old $600 OBO. 2943820. BC. NORDAC TRACT; STAIR-STEP exercise machine; and rowing machine. All new, 1/2 price or best offer. 2932564. BC. FREE TO GOOD HOME—6 wks. old. 3 orange & white and 2 white w/black spots, kittens, males and females avail. 294-8404. BC. PIANO TUNING 564-2852 Pre-hollday special: 1/2 price avoid holiday rush Offer good to 10/31/91 MOVING SALE EVERYTHINQgoM Call 565-3903 Iv. mesg. Beopw 599-2859 NO PAIN...NO GAIN? HOGWASHI Lifestyles Diet cakes & cookies gives you a pain-free diet and a Gain-full wallet. Call and ask me howl Jo yce 388-4468 (Iv. messg) WANTED-MATUREand Dependable person for the gift shop. Will train, call 293-4364 or put apB lication in at Hoover am Snacketeria at Hoover Dam. BC DAYCAREpositionopen at 6 1/2 to 8 hrs per day. Ask for Alice 38?-3116. LIVE-IN senior citizen assistant, room, board, small salary offered. Call 5 64-6053 or 564-2131. Household Cleaners wanted, days no weekends or hofidays. $5.03 after trcininq, pakf SKK days, vacation & holidays. Grime Busters 7981002. RESUMES Composed, Edited, Typed-Fast & Accurate BEE'S BUSINESS SVC 1400 Colorado, fC, B.C. 293-5361 H & S LAWN CARE Complete Lawn Sorvic* Automatic Sprinkler Repair Serving B.C. for 5 years—iks. 449(M) Harold & Sharon Crftctitr 294-6200 VARDVARK'S lAHH & MAlFfTENANCf Complete Yard Care Serving B.C., Hand, ft Gr. Valley 284-1114 p.B 389<3216 NEED full-time, detail oriented individual for commercial building maint. Must have neat appearance, truck for daily use, 3 yrs. gen. maint. experience & 3 written verifiable references, please apply at: 2501 N! Green Valley Pkwy. Ste. 101. MAIDS WANTED non smoker, apply in person SANDS MC5TE[ 808 Nev • j^v^n^BC INDEPENDENT MOVERS > Packing and Loading Avallabia > Local or Long Dlstanc* > 16 Yaara Exparlanca-Local Raaldant > Rafaranca* Avallabia Fno EsllmalM and Uttonablt Ritoi Pagar477-8902 293-7911 j H&H ANTIQUE CLOCKS ESTIMATES ^fy"*'^*^"'*^^.* DELIVERY O atyLlcenso #4837-0 COMPANION VAULTS IN BC MAUSOLEUM. Reduced price. 2933765. BC MODEL RAILROADS designed and built. Order now for Christmas. Free set up and delivery. 2944417^60 MISC. Exercise rowing machine, $50. Ladys bike $50. Budweiser mini car $695. 24' X 55' Mobile home with 1 acre in So. PahmmpValley $49,900 702-293-7716. BC A LIFETIME OF RE' SULTS CAN BE YOURS. I've k)st 3 dress sizes, towered my cholesterol 51 points, and have more energy than I've had in 20 years, all without drugs or deprivaton. For an appointment and more information call 3616193. OSTER 4-in-1 kitchen center w/beaters, bowls, blender, food processor, meat grinder, bread hooks, used 4 times, new cond. Pd over $200 will sellfor $75. 565-0167. 125GALAcrylicfishtank, SfiKersyitems, fish, rock, custom stand & hood $600 060. Leave message. 458-6014. ANTIQUE WALNUT dining room table, 5 chairs 1 captains chair also a buffet, all drawers are mitered, needs refinishing, good shape. $1000.564-2232 HELP WANTED tslEED. IMMEDIATELY!!' Home AssemlDly people, willing to earn up to $369 per week, assembling products at home. No ex-, perience necessary.! Send self-addressed; stamped envelope to: Handcrafts 2830 Marathon Drive", Henderson, riV 89014. BOB'S AIL' FAMILY RESTAURANT now accepting applications for dishwashers, cooks, waitresses. Apply in person, 761 Nev. Hwy., B .C. SALESPERSON wanted for major wholesale food distributor in Las Vegas valley. Some exp. necessary. Full benefits. EOE. Phone Sue, 8766120 for applk:atk>n information. AVONNEEDSFULL OR PART TIME REPRESENTATIVES IN BOULDER CITY. Call your local representative for information Rosie 2930110. BC DENTAL ASSISTANT needed in highly motivated office. Infection controlpractces/training important part of practice. Vacatrans/bonuses. Experience required. Salary ^ea. Call Debbie 2930373. BC POSTAL J0BS-$11.41 to $14.90 hr. For exam and applk:atbn information call 1 (800) 5523995, ext. NV101. 6am6pm 7 days. MOTEL MAID and/or laundry person, experienced onlv apply in person. Best Western Lake Mead Motel 85 W. Lake Mead Dr. FEDERAL LAW ENFORCEMENT No Exp. Necessary. All branches. U.S. Customs, DEA, ETC., For info call TOLL FREE 1-800-232-6005 ext. 2206 6am-6pm 7 days. VOLUNTEERS WANTED for beauty makeover, no charge to customer. Bring recent photo to Beauty Corner 303 Water St. HD.Senor citizens wanted also. JEEP BRA $50i Toyota Celica bra $50, 1972 Dodge motorhome 19' $2500. Call 565-3876. OVERHEAD Garage doors (single) $75 ea. Floor safe $350; mail boxes for private business $1100; Motorola MX 360 trunked radns, inservice $3700, GMC Stock Wheels $75; Metal desks 5' $35; Telephone Marketing System $1000; all purpose athlete shoes thru sz 9 (new) $4 pr or 2 for $7.50. Call 293-0503. BC ARTHRITISIWhySufferl I had it for 30 years. Spurs from hip to neck. Now I have no more arthritis. Now at 77 years old. Money back guarantee. Ak>eVeraJuk:e(NotsokJ in stores). We grow and process our own Aloe Vera. MONEY BACK GUARANTEE. 5641648. TEACHER NEEDED credits in Child Dcvcl opmenl. Elcmcntafy Education. Secondary Education. Oaklatic Academy 2935tUii 130U Vl'yoming SI. Boulder CilyREAL PROPERTY AGENT. SALARY: $34,933.50-39,824.69/ year. REQUIREMENTS: Any combinatbn of education and/or experience that has provided the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary for satisfactory job performance. Example combinatnns include graduation from high school, Supplemented by courses in real estate and land management, and three (3) years of experience in publk: right-ofway work, engineering, appraisal, negotiations, or work involving acquisition of property. Sf'ECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Possession of, or the ability to obtain, an appropriate Nevada driver's icense, and maintenance of an excellent driving record, SR/WA designatk)n orcandkiacy preferred. WHERE TO APPLY: City applcatbn form must be submitted to the Personnel Department. City Hall, 240 Water Street, Henderson; Nevada 89015, no later WOMEN'S BIBLE STUDY INTERDENOMINATIONAL Every Wednesday at 930 a.m. 571 Adams Blvd Free babysitting and refrestiments. If you are a •new comer lo Boulder City, come and make new friends Phone 29-7773. KEEP IT SIMPLE Every item 10% above cost plus freight We sell living room 9 iiles, bedroom suites. dining roorris. beddings, carpet, pad, linoleum, vinyl. Hie and t^ardwood floors No money down No Payment for 90 days 90 Day same as cash O AC "KEEP IT SIMPLE" 153 Water St. Henderson, Monday-Saturday, 9 am -5 pm PART-TIME HELP WANTED Chikkwe attendant in Hoensedhonrte day cane. Training provided. Must l18orokler,fcirintBrview call 564-8580. GENERAL UBORS/PRODUaiON WORKERS & CLERICAL Immediate Openings Good Pay — No Fee MANPOWER TEMPORARY SaVKES 30 A Water Street Henderson, NV 565-5554 Copies 100 Each HAIR STYLIST Busy Family Salon *Frlendly modern atmosphere *Full and part-time hours 'Make up to $10 an hour Tald vacations and holldaya Fantastic Sam's 565-7477 POSTAL JOBS Start $11.41 per. hr. Carriers, sorters, clerks. Excellent pay & benefits. For examination and application information call 1206-736-7000, Ext. 6771T4, 6a.m.-10p.m./ 7 days. PART-TIME POSITIONS Avail, for prepcook and waitress, apply in person at 2-Gals, 1632 NEV. Hwy. BC. JOURNALIST—General Assignment, for western Nevada Weekly. Send resume, clips, and references to: Mason Valley News, P.O. Box 841, Yerington.NV, 89447. No phone calls please. PLANNING TECHNICIAN SALARY; $27,374.40-31.206.51/ year REQUIREMENTS: Graduation from high school, or the equivalent, with course work relating to the draftingA>lanning field, plus one (1) year of experience in drafting, preferably in mapping or cartography, or any combinatk>n of education and/or experience which has provided the knowledge,skills and abilities necessary for satisfactory job performance. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Possesson of, or the ability to obtain, an appropriate Nevada driver's license, and maintenance of an excellent driving record. V WHERE TO APPLY: City application form must be submitted to the Personnel Department, City Hall, 240 Water Street, Henderson, NV 89015, and must be filed no later than Tuesday, October 22, 1991, at 5:30 p.m.HOURS OF OPERATION: Monday through Thursday, 7:30 a.m.to5:30p.m. SMOKE FREE WORK ENVIRONMENT AN AFFIRMATIVE ACTION/ EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER PROFESSIONAL SERVICES PROFESSIONAL SERVICES WE WILL move you anywhere in town,comm/ res. Also toad/unload your rental truck. Free est. 565-9675. PROFESSIONAL SERVICES HARD WORKING family man does odd Jobs, Sr. discount. Call Earl 5643495. HONEYDO—IT JOBS: -Need Shelving BulK -New Counter Tops Kitchen or Bath Remodeled Remodel Rooms Painting in or out -Extertor Repairs -Decks or Patio Covers -Furniture Refinished If You Can't Get Honey To Get Around To H Call Me 25 Years Experience By the Job or by the Hour 565-3777 Henderson Home N ews. Henderson, Nevada Page 11 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES f>ortable Welding, Wrought Iron repairs, gates etc. Can 665-5071 anytime. _„„ Z SAND-GRAVEL DELIVERY Homeowners Special Siltforseeding3/8'reject for sod, chat, allmaaonrys sand & gravel-decorative rock. Set d ellvfy avai l able Cal l Rex 898-8477 JIFFY TI FffffCSraUTES RIM LAWN CARE "(Ve Work WhU You Play" HENDERSON m^m^^mt*.^ QREEN VAaEY 565-1593 lack Mounl Electric Lk;. 32035 Bonded Fan IHes, Dryer Hookups, Range, AC Hookups, Custom Homes Ho Job Too Big or Small Jeff 565-1651 BASIC NATURE CARPETCLEANERi Hpndprsoits FiiiPsi 564-6716 SHERMAN CONCRETE Licensed ft Bonded Lie. #30046 Free Estimates 294-2343 mSTA CLEAN JANfTORIAL SERVICE Includes all phases of lanitorlal cleaning. Insurad Uc. 152220 293-3316 Office 364-4262 Beeper PART TIME janitorial help. Leave message 565-0728. CUSTOM LANDSCAPE design & consultation & installation. Ph. 4547625. THE HOLE DIGGER. I can dig it if you canl. Trees, bushes, fence posts, mail boxes. 5642206. Rick Davis Masonry Custoin Work. 564-9107 or beeper 252-5809 SEAMSTRESS Complete sewing service 564-7029 R HONEY DOS .ANDYMAN SERVICECJ SPmiKLERS AND WEBS rapalred and nplaced 294-3071 566-6811 TUBS SHOWERS KITCHENS ENTRIES COMPLETE REMODELS CERAMIC TILE SERVICES PERSONALIZED SERVICE FREE ESTIMATES DAVID POWELL (702) 293-1963 ORNAMENTAL IRON GATES Chain Link Fences & Dog Runs Fortune Fencing Since 1863 565-5384 Uc 59065-A HEALTH INSURANCE • Rasonable Rates • Guaranteed n e n — w ble • Dwilal Available • IndlvMuil or Group • Moot Pro-Exlating CondMona Covered CaU NORM SCHWARTZ for more Info 737-7222 SEE-MOORE CLEARLY WINDOW CLEANING Reasonable Rates Jeff Kincaid 294-1114 HOWARD HELDERLEIN CONSTRUCTION Conunercial • Residential • Remodels and Additions -^Q. Ucense #021013 (>0D-U0l4 CLlir (Cinch lUurhs LOOK FOR BIG SALE SPECIALIZED AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE "Let Ken Perkins Perk Up Your Car Carburetor Rebuilding Electrical Repairs/Tune Ups Classic Car Repairs AC Services 745 Sunset West No. 5 Work 564-3664 Henderson, NV 89015 Home 564-0684 CLOCK REPAIR & SERVICE ON ALL MAKES OF CLOCKS •AUWoAGaannteed •No Repair-No ClMife •AU Work Done On Premlaee •Honoe Calk $50 OPEN IMf 104 ( ;in Mill, 536 A\f. |{. |{i) D&R LANDSCAPING &1AWN MAINTENANCE Down To Earth Pricee 566-6290after3pm. MIKE MORRISON! ELECTRIC, INC Licened'Bo.n(1sd-lnsurea| Lc 130425 Call 564-2145 BOULPER ELECTRIC Ucensed Bonded Insured Lie. No. 15187 Call 293-4899 BIG JOHNS TOWING Light and Heavy duty towing, recovery specialists. (702) 293'4661 24 hrs. 1S77 Foothill Dr. BC DEAN'S BODY & PAINT EXPERT BODY WORK AUTO GLASS INSTALLED INSURANCE WORK FOREIGN & DOMESTIC LIGHT MECHANIC WORK & LIGHT A.C. WORK j0 YRS. cxpemcHce — FOB FBEE ESUMATES — 565-8200 852 E LAKE MEAD DR. HENDERSON, NV 89015 Rock Yards DESERT LANDSCAPING TUSTOM DESIGN" Yours or Ours •ALLCOLORS*' "ALL SIZES" 565^865 INSURANCE TOO HIGH? Too Many Tickets? SR-22 Needed? Call Morrow Insurance Agncy Qreen Valley 451-5533 KD&WHOSE&H FITTING SUPPLY "Formerly House of Hose" 745 W. Sunset #6 Henderson, Nevada 89015 (Between Boulder Hwy A1-95) Phone # Fax # 565-1288 565-1772 All Types Hose & Fittings Pick Up & Delivery Available On Call Service Available See Mike or Milt For Anything You Needl HIUSIDYMAINI • Complets Home Repair • Ckxilers • Sprinklers • Plumbing • Painting • New Doors • New Locks • Carpentry YOU SAVE $$$$ Del 564-7379 HANDY RANDY • The Affordable Handyman" •Property Maintenance •Quality Worlcmanshlp •Rental Reconditioning •Reliabit Service If You're Fusay, Call Me-SatteAwtton Guannt9d 294-8494 THE SALVATION ARMY IS IN DESPERATE NEED OF FURNITURE AND CLOTHES. PLEASE CALL THE SALVATION ARMY PICKUP AT 649-2374-5-6 SINCE ^ 1977 3: zc BLACK MOUNTAIN PLUMBING SERVICE FAST SERVICE •DRAIN & SEWER •GARBAGE DISPOSALS LINES CLEANED INSTALLED •REPAIRS AND -HOT WATER HEATERS MAINTENANCE INSTALLED •NEW FIXTURES -SERVICE WITHIN INSTALLED THE HOUR INMOST CASES Mon.-Pri 7-5 p.m. • Set 73 p.m. • Sun. Cloced RESIDENTIAL • COMMERCIAL ReeWeoUal A Commercial STATE CONTRS. LC. NO. 0019549 QREEN VALLEY BOULDER CITY HENDERSON 294-7713 565-6749 HARWOOD APPLIANCES 101-BW.Atlantic Sales, Service/ Parts, Supplies Major Credit Cards 564-2210 Mon, Fri 8-6, Sat 8-2 BACKNOE and BOBCAT SERVICE •Lot* Graded •Ditching 30 Years Experience — Hourly Rates cariw. Fwtf 298-0698 CHERRY /^^^ Landscaping Co. >-'^^ • Lawn Maintenance • Free Estimate* • Shrubbery Pruning • Clean-upe • Sprinkler MalnL ft Repair • Fertilizing JEFF CHERRY LkfKH-oeaa 564-8652 THE CAVANAUqK'^ PAINTING Interior / Exterior Frea Eatlmataa Lleahaad 294-1422 3. HAULING a REMOVAL AH TypM of Debris, Weeds, Trash, Rocks Removed 24 Hr. Free EstimatesTom 564-S396 CeMv 376-S718 GREEN VALLEY TILE & MARBLE f Ol ItU' I IIU Ci't.miic Tile toi ^ luor, \V. Call 565-4941 BOULDER CONCRETE WANTS TO MEET YOUR CONCRETE NEEDS FOR FREE ESTIMATES AND QUALITY WORKSMANSHIP CALL MICK CASIY BOULDER CITY 293-1571 LICENSED HANDYMAN Complete Home Repair • Carpentry • Cabinets • Drywall |cn Rick at 564-7488 or Pager: 599-7474| FRANK'S TV & APPUANCE SALES & SERVICE For In home service call 385-9959 kU.GNAVOX • MGA • SYIVANIA • PHSCO • PHHUK • ZENRH FACIXMY AUTtiOiaZXD SEKVICE MCS GARDENING LlenMd Uwii Malniananc* — Emerg. Pipe ft Valv* Repair •Tree Trimming •Thateh/Reseed •Lawn aan-up & Haul OH* •Raeldentlal A Commarclal For a FREE Ettlmaf Call 564-6742 *SMior Olscountt* Strea^free Windozvs THE AFFORDABLE CHOICE COMMERCIAL^RESIDENTIAL^NEW CONSTRUCTION STEVE CAWARD 2937098 Total Lawn Care & n aa t o n llo n •Tree & Mm Trimming CurtnPKtoMht9yn ToKsyYouOool DioiQ SunvTMr Mn4MMtvwriteeifaarf CRAKlCASTLEBEWtY Morrdl Martin y reen uro LAWN CARE •Hydroseeding • FeitUlzatioii •Aeradon •Overaeedlng Uceneed A limred Call for Free Estimate ... 294-1424 IMii

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^^^^W*PiilP^W*(PPiPPii Page 10 Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Tuesday, October 8,1991 Rates Consecutive, 1 week, all publications Boxed Ads'T"!;:: column Inch per week Up to 3 lines (approx 23 characters per line). 45i each additional line. < Classified Published Ibesdays, Thursdays & Fridays Cash Rate 3 lines $5.00 wk 4lines .rrrr,..$5.45wk 5lines ........ $5.90wk 6 lines $6.35 wk 7 lines $6.80 wk 8 lines $7.25 wk 9 lines $7.70 wk 10 lines $8.15 wk Billed Rate *$5.35 *$5.80 *$6.25 *$6.70 *$7.15 *$7.60 *$8.05 *$8.50 PLEASE READ YOUR ADFOR ERRORS thf!f8tdayltappe.HB.C, Publications assumes no responsibly AFTER THE FIRST INSERTION, nor for enors not effecting the valueof the ad, AK dalms for statement adjustments must be made wKhin 12 days ^r expiration of ad. HenderscHi Home News Green Valley News #1 Cactus Garden Drive 564-1881 • 435-7700 Hours: Mon. Fri, 8-5 *Plus postage each time billed after initial billing. Prepayments: Yard, Garage & Moving Sales require cash in advance. CXjt-of-town and out-of-state also require prepayment. 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 Are you miming out of time to make over 300,000 sales calls? le can help. We'll publish your classified message in almost evay newspaper in the state of Nevada for just $99 for a 25-word message. Qassified ads for business, personal products or services are welcome. Just call or visit the Henderson Home News for details. We'U make over 300,000 sales calls for you next week! For only $99. Try us. HBCPublications 435-7700 nv^can WtVADA CUaSIFltD OOVBmWNQ NETWORK CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING mmu 4 p.m. Friday for Henderson Tuesday issue Noon Tuesday for Henderson Thursday, Boulder City and Green Valley issues Our Ad Rates Are REASONABLE Call For Details 293-2302 or 564-1881 MOTOR HOME for sale, 565-8397. PROPERTY OR house to trade for off shore 40' world cruise vessel in San Diego. Great, Hveaboard. Call Sue day 619-2388062 or nite 619-2260391. 18 1/2THUNDERBIRD tri-hull, walk-thru 150 HP Mercury w/trolling motor $2650 564-8809 7am2pm. •88 FOUR WINNS 205 Sundowner 21' cuddy cabin many extras. Call for details. 294-3850. W haft a long rMehl Ow CLASSIFIEDS nteh •BODLDBR crrr • HENDERSON • GREEN VALLET CtU todty 293.2302 or 864-18S1 GARAGE SALES YARD SALE—420 Arizona St. BC. Oct. 12 & 13. Start a to 4. NO EARLY BIRDS! BC. RUMMAGE SALE at Paradise Christian Academy in Henderson. Near Morrell Park. 601 N. Major. Sat. 8 am-12 pm. We have lots of good things, cheap. BOATS & RVs 1968 IMP 20'boat, need minor repair, runs great $2,000 080. Call 4548294 after 5 pm. 1978 19'SEA RAY 305 omc, new int. New top, new mooring cover with many extras and trailer. $5000. OBO 293-4350 afte^ pm. BC POSITIONS WANTED COMPASSIONATE, certified nursing asst, fully accredited for nursing or lite domestics. Fees commensurate with duty forinfocall 565-4125 leave message. Boats and RVs BOATHOUSE STORAGE Boulder City Nevada New Stoiages-Now Renting 11x15$ 55 mo 11 X 36$ 80 mo 14x36 $110 mo 14 X 64 $200 mo 293-2202 LOST & FOUND LOST Orange and white cat w/yeilow collar, answers to Muff in, vie. of Fir St. about Sept. 26th. 2941731. BC REWARD FOR INFORMATION FOR RETURN of Red Yamaha Scooter stolen from Gloria Lane on Monday, Sept. 30, between 12:30 and 1. 293-0917. BC B.C. CANVAS SPECIALTIES iBeeRxmiUDnvE BOULQER OTV. NEVAtM BBOOS 702-e9M90B FREE ESTIMATES BOAT CANVAS TOPS & COVERS BOAT INTERIOR ^W% Piftrniint LOST MALE ORANGE/ WHITE 6 mos old cat, w/ black bandana around neck, vie. Ave. G on Sept. 26. REWARD. 293-34fe. toave msg. BC FOUND on Emden St. Young female dog, chocolate cotor, has rabies tag. Call 565-5436. MISSlNfi since Sept. 22. Nebraska-Basic area. Much k>ved large gray mala cat. Looks & answers to "Tiger.'' 5645888. LOST & FOUND FOUND Set of keys at Wells Park Tennis Court. Call 564-3495 to kientify. PETS/ANIMALS TFie Cat's Meow, shopping for a cat or kitten? MuRitude of colors. Mgny to clioosefrom. Persians, longhairad & short haitt. 3G1-2484. Guinia Pigs Galore. Long & Short hairs. Rainbow of colors, also baby peacocks & d ucks. 361-2484. DOMESTIC HELP HOUSECLEANING reasonable and dependable. Call 294-0375. BC BABYSITTING in my home, tots of preschool activities, any age, days & eves, references & experi ence. 565-8659, MOTHER of two has opening in her home for chikJ car. Reliable & rea sonable w/references 564-5251. Biggest Liltlo African Safari iiT the desert. See Lions, Tigers, Bears, Monkeys, etc. Guielts $6,000.896-4095or3615249. '81 CB 900 Honda. Must sell $1,000 OBO. Call afterSpm. 565-1 135. 1980 DODGE ST. REGIS, real ntoe.toaded, ac, only 53,000 miles. $1200. 293-1870. BC 62 THUNDERBIRD $4200, excel cond. 58.000 original miles. Needs paint. 293-2816. BC 1982CHEVYS10,116K miles. $2500.293-4654. B.C. PUBLIC NOTICE OVER 97 MOBILE HOMES •REPOS FORECLOSURES 'USED NEW $ 187 per mo. USED SCHULT HOMES SINCE 1934 NATIONWIDE HOMES 400O BOULDER HWY. 457-2810 NEAR HWY. 95 • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • n iAMOND mobile home sales M ^ AASSIST-U-SELL RESALES : HENDERSON ONLY CASINO DEALING Train lo become i Ciiino Dealer. Fintnciit Aid Available toqiuliiied applicants. Room SL Board packages. ProfeiiioHol DeaUn School of Amtricu 382-1478 P M ANIMAL LOVERS Veterinaiy Office Asiliunt Professional Dog Groomer SCHOOL ProfessioiuU Careen 732-1304 Las Vegas, NV COMPLETE RADIATOR SERVICE Rod and repair rebuilt and new. Big John and Sons 1631 Foothill Dr., 293-7278 B.C. • 85 DODGE CARAVAN LE, fully loaded, all power, luggage rack, 7 pass. $6,500. -89 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 inside & out, will finance 1/2 to the right buyer $2500.294-1604. Wanted used car or truck 1976 BLAZER 4X4 AC, auto, 5 sp $4,000 OBO. Leave Message 4586014. 82 OLDS 98 REGENCY. Loaded, one owner. Excellent running condition. Body perfect. 127K, |2,500. 293-7904. BC BRAND NEWbeautiful5 piece bedroom set w/9 drawer dresser sacrifice $295. 452-8807. 30 bunk beds good quality 100% solid wood includes both mattresses sacrifice $195.452-8807. BEAUTIFUL DAYBED good quality mattress included. Sacrifice $150. 452-8807. WASHERS/DRYERS, as, commercials, hirlpool, white 75 coin slots. Excel, cond. $200 ea. 293-6101. BC BIG JOHNS TOWING LiOht and Heavy duty k]wing.rBooveiyspeddKts. (702) 293-4661 24 hrs. 1577 Foolhlll Dr. BC $100-$600. 564-8651. Repairs OK VEHICLES HENDERSON BUYER'S DREAM HOME 4 • 1990 CanyMiCrett 2 bdrm, 2 bath, dining room or • den, kjtchen appliances, carpet & drapes, mini T blJndt,fulllenglticarportcovered,aircondWoned, • large shed, priced to sell. ^ MONEY SAVER t • $396 per month induding space rent, 2 bdrm, 2 ^ bath, utility room with washer & dryer, kitchen • appliances, carpets ft blinds, covered porch & ^ carport. Steal It $13,500. ^ HOME ft LAND ^ 60 X too FbntkXSBR 2 BA,util.nn., kitwHh serving ^ barAappCanoespkJswasherftdryer,AAD,ooverBd A )orch & carport, mature tvet. complet^ ianoed. ^ ixatad in Resklential area. $67,500. • 74 EL DORADO good cond. asking $1,500. OBO 565-1088. '84GMCS-15 TRUCK New shocks, tires, battery, alternator, starter, rear brakedrums and tire studs; rebuilt radiator. $2.300OBO-665-2660. B.C. CAjyiyAB SPECIALTIES ISBB FOOTHU ORW BOUU OTY. NEVADA BSCOS 70B-89MS09 SEAT UPHOLSTERY AUTOMOTIVe CAR. TRUCK, n.V. & TRAII^R UPHOLSTERY DASH COVERS fig TONNEAU COVERS IB 10% Discount FAST CASH TOP PRICES PAID FOR JUNK CARS FREE PICK-UP SERVICE CALL USI 565-1414 NEVADA PIC-A-PART 1986 Chev. Caprice Classic. XInt Cond. fully equipped. $5,000. eves./ wknds 564-3153. FOR SALE 25C Slot machine, $450 OBO, 566-1080. EVEN FLOW traveler playpen $50, Disney baby's walker $30. 2558641. BEAUTIFUL RCA 25" TV/monitor console w/ remote. Cost $1,000, sell $275 OBO. 565-0047. COMPLETE ladies aolf clubs, bag & cart $200 OBO 565-0047. SOFA 7 ft, solid cherry wood frame w/rust cotor tweed uptiolstery. 3 ft. square solW cherry table, both xInt cond. $150forboth.Pattotable, glass top w/4 chairs, padded seats, white $75, coffee table glass top 2' X 5' w/antique gold stand $50 all in xInt cond. PH. 564-7217. MUST SELL-'81 Ford T-Bird, good cond $2,000,060,565-0753 1972TOYOTAStn.Wgn, No motor. $75. 1982 KX 125 KAWASAKI-funsgood. Reliable. $400. OBO. Must sellll 293-4350 after6p.m. BC. •82 HONDA MC GL500 Silverwing, CB, T-deck, excellent cond. $995. 293-1898. BC. FOR OT>4ER RESAUES OR NSW HOII£t CALl^ AASnST-U-SEtX SAVES • inmS A SELLERS $$$ LBTINOS NEEOEOI WE TAKE TRAOESI FREE HOME EVALUATH3N A 564-1215 OR 564-6949 • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • LEAVING TOWN •Must sell* Clean 1991 Toyota mini truckKenwood Stereo system witti 10" MIX loudspeakers • tinted windows set of extra Enkie wheels with 195/50/15'8. Call 458-7594, ask for Mike or leave message. •84 CHEVY S10 4x4, extended cab. Auto, ac. pw, p/seats, pb, stereo, new tires, camper shell. All excellent conditton. $3,800, days 293-1988, nights 294-7778. MISCELLANEOUS GOLF DDH-2 Dunlop irons 3 thru W, 3 wood, 4 wood Titlist driver & bag $125,565-5646. CAR STEREO KRC-757 Kenwood pull out deck & also T150 JBL 15" 300 watt woofer, speaker never used valued at $800 for both, will sell for $300. 565-5646. Queen bdrm set, 5 pieces $400 firm, came back couch, beige $200 firm. 564-6987. KITCHEN wall cabinets various sizes, very reasonable. 566-6253. VOlCE/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, recepttons or functions. Ph. Flo Raymond 565-8469. Coral Cove Muse Studto. CASH PAID FOR AUTOGRAPHS OF FAMOUS PEOPLE All Mtera Photo*. Oocumenta, etc of Prealdents, Movte Stare, Sclentlats, Muaidane, InvMrton, Ardiltecta end ell ottwr Faffloue People. Aleo oM pr-'70 M|f>r Megaiinee. CALL 565-0319 Tuesday, October 8,1991 MISCELLANEOUS SOLID bAhK OAK BEDROOM SET. 2935737. BC DINEHE TABLE w/12" leaf, 6 chairs. Earthtones (brn/beige) $50. 5656643. MISCELLANEOUS II HELP WANTED || HELP WANTED FOR SALE SEARS Heavy Duty Kenmore washer/and gasdryer, 10 mos. old $600 OBO. 2943820. BC. NORDAC TRACT; STAIR-STEP exercise machine; and rowing machine. All new, 1/2 price or best offer. 2932564. BC. FREE TO GOOD HOME—6 wks. old. 3 orange & white and 2 white w/black spots, kittens, males and females avail. 294-8404. BC. PIANO TUNING 564-2852 Pre-hollday special: 1/2 price avoid holiday rush Offer good to 10/31/91 MOVING SALE EVERYTHINQgoM Call 565-3903 Iv. mesg. Beopw 599-2859 NO PAIN...NO GAIN? HOGWASHI Lifestyles Diet cakes & cookies gives you a pain-free diet and a Gain-full wallet. Call and ask me howl Jo yce 388-4468 (Iv. messg) WANTED-MATUREand Dependable person for the gift shop. Will train, call 293-4364 or put apB lication in at Hoover am Snacketeria at Hoover Dam. BC DAYCAREpositionopen at 6 1/2 to 8 hrs per day. Ask for Alice 38?-3116. LIVE-IN senior citizen assistant, room, board, small salary offered. Call 5 64-6053 or 564-2131. Household Cleaners wanted, days no weekends or hofidays. $5.03 after trcininq, pakf SKK days, vacation & holidays. Grime Busters 7981002. RESUMES Composed, Edited, Typed-Fast & Accurate BEE'S BUSINESS SVC 1400 Colorado, fC, B.C. 293-5361 H & S LAWN CARE Complete Lawn Sorvic* Automatic Sprinkler Repair Serving B.C. for 5 years—iks. 449(M) Harold & Sharon Crftctitr 294-6200 VARDVARK'S lAHH & MAlFfTENANCf Complete Yard Care Serving B.C., Hand, ft Gr. Valley 284-1114 p.B 389<3216 NEED full-time, detail oriented individual for commercial building maint. Must have neat appearance, truck for daily use, 3 yrs. gen. maint. experience & 3 written verifiable references, please apply at: 2501 N! Green Valley Pkwy. Ste. 101. MAIDS WANTED non smoker, apply in person SANDS MC5TE[ 808 Nev • j^v^n^BC INDEPENDENT MOVERS > Packing and Loading Avallabia > Local or Long Dlstanc* > 16 Yaara Exparlanca-Local Raaldant > Rafaranca* Avallabia Fno EsllmalM and Uttonablt Ritoi Pagar477-8902 293-7911 j H&H ANTIQUE CLOCKS ESTIMATES ^fy"*'^*^"'*^^.* DELIVERY O atyLlcenso #4837-0 COMPANION VAULTS IN BC MAUSOLEUM. Reduced price. 2933765. BC MODEL RAILROADS designed and built. Order now for Christmas. Free set up and delivery. 2944417^60 MISC. Exercise rowing machine, $50. Ladys bike $50. Budweiser mini car $695. 24' X 55' Mobile home with 1 acre in So. PahmmpValley $49,900 702-293-7716. BC A LIFETIME OF RE' SULTS CAN BE YOURS. I've k)st 3 dress sizes, towered my cholesterol 51 points, and have more energy than I've had in 20 years, all without drugs or deprivaton. For an appointment and more information call 3616193. OSTER 4-in-1 kitchen center w/beaters, bowls, blender, food processor, meat grinder, bread hooks, used 4 times, new cond. Pd over $200 will sellfor $75. 565-0167. 125GALAcrylicfishtank, SfiKersyitems, fish, rock, custom stand & hood $600 060. Leave message. 458-6014. ANTIQUE WALNUT dining room table, 5 chairs 1 captains chair also a buffet, all drawers are mitered, needs refinishing, good shape. $1000.564-2232 HELP WANTED tslEED. IMMEDIATELY!!' Home AssemlDly people, willing to earn up to $369 per week, assembling products at home. No ex-, perience necessary.! Send self-addressed; stamped envelope to: Handcrafts 2830 Marathon Drive", Henderson, riV 89014. BOB'S AIL' FAMILY RESTAURANT now accepting applications for dishwashers, cooks, waitresses. Apply in person, 761 Nev. Hwy., B .C. SALESPERSON wanted for major wholesale food distributor in Las Vegas valley. Some exp. necessary. Full benefits. EOE. Phone Sue, 8766120 for applk:atk>n information. AVONNEEDSFULL OR PART TIME REPRESENTATIVES IN BOULDER CITY. Call your local representative for information Rosie 2930110. BC DENTAL ASSISTANT needed in highly motivated office. Infection controlpractces/training important part of practice. Vacatrans/bonuses. Experience required. Salary ^ea. Call Debbie 2930373. BC POSTAL J0BS-$11.41 to $14.90 hr. For exam and applk:atbn information call 1 (800) 5523995, ext. NV101. 6am6pm 7 days. MOTEL MAID and/or laundry person, experienced onlv apply in person. Best Western Lake Mead Motel 85 W. Lake Mead Dr. FEDERAL LAW ENFORCEMENT No Exp. Necessary. All branches. U.S. Customs, DEA, ETC., For info call TOLL FREE 1-800-232-6005 ext. 2206 6am-6pm 7 days. VOLUNTEERS WANTED for beauty makeover, no charge to customer. Bring recent photo to Beauty Corner 303 Water St. HD.Senor citizens wanted also. JEEP BRA $50i Toyota Celica bra $50, 1972 Dodge motorhome 19' $2500. Call 565-3876. OVERHEAD Garage doors (single) $75 ea. Floor safe $350; mail boxes for private business $1100; Motorola MX 360 trunked radns, inservice $3700, GMC Stock Wheels $75; Metal desks 5' $35; Telephone Marketing System $1000; all purpose athlete shoes thru sz 9 (new) $4 pr or 2 for $7.50. Call 293-0503. BC ARTHRITISIWhySufferl I had it for 30 years. Spurs from hip to neck. Now I have no more arthritis. Now at 77 years old. Money back guarantee. Ak>eVeraJuk:e(NotsokJ in stores). We grow and process our own Aloe Vera. MONEY BACK GUARANTEE. 5641648. TEACHER NEEDED credits in Child Dcvcl opmenl. Elcmcntafy Education. Secondary Education. Oaklatic Academy 2935tUii 130U Vl'yoming SI. Boulder CilyREAL PROPERTY AGENT. SALARY: $34,933.50-39,824.69/ year. REQUIREMENTS: Any combinatbn of education and/or experience that has provided the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary for satisfactory job performance. Example combinatnns include graduation from high school, Supplemented by courses in real estate and land management, and three (3) years of experience in publk: right-ofway work, engineering, appraisal, negotiations, or work involving acquisition of property. Sf'ECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Possession of, or the ability to obtain, an appropriate Nevada driver's icense, and maintenance of an excellent driving record, SR/WA designatk)n orcandkiacy preferred. WHERE TO APPLY: City applcatbn form must be submitted to the Personnel Department. City Hall, 240 Water Street, Henderson; Nevada 89015, no later WOMEN'S BIBLE STUDY INTERDENOMINATIONAL Every Wednesday at 930 a.m. 571 Adams Blvd Free babysitting and refrestiments. If you are a •new comer lo Boulder City, come and make new friends Phone 29-7773. KEEP IT SIMPLE Every item 10% above cost plus freight We sell living room 9 iiles, bedroom suites. dining roorris. beddings, carpet, pad, linoleum, vinyl. Hie and t^ardwood floors No money down No Payment for 90 days 90 Day same as cash O AC "KEEP IT SIMPLE" 153 Water St. Henderson, Monday-Saturday, 9 am -5 pm PART-TIME HELP WANTED Chikkwe attendant in Hoensedhonrte day cane. Training provided. Must l18orokler,fcirintBrview call 564-8580. GENERAL UBORS/PRODUaiON WORKERS & CLERICAL Immediate Openings Good Pay — No Fee MANPOWER TEMPORARY SaVKES 30 A Water Street Henderson, NV 565-5554 Copies 100 Each HAIR STYLIST Busy Family Salon *Frlendly modern atmosphere *Full and part-time hours 'Make up to $10 an hour Tald vacations and holldaya Fantastic Sam's 565-7477 POSTAL JOBS Start $11.41 per. hr. Carriers, sorters, clerks. Excellent pay & benefits. For examination and application information call 1206-736-7000, Ext. 6771T4, 6a.m.-10p.m./ 7 days. PART-TIME POSITIONS Avail, for prepcook and waitress, apply in person at 2-Gals, 1632 NEV. Hwy. BC. JOURNALIST—General Assignment, for western Nevada Weekly. Send resume, clips, and references to: Mason Valley News, P.O. Box 841, Yerington.NV, 89447. No phone calls please. PLANNING TECHNICIAN SALARY; $27,374.40-31.206.51/ year REQUIREMENTS: Graduation from high school, or the equivalent, with course work relating to the draftingA>lanning field, plus one (1) year of experience in drafting, preferably in mapping or cartography, or any combinatk>n of education and/or experience which has provided the knowledge,skills and abilities necessary for satisfactory job performance. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Possesson of, or the ability to obtain, an appropriate Nevada driver's license, and maintenance of an excellent driving record. V WHERE TO APPLY: City application form must be submitted to the Personnel Department, City Hall, 240 Water Street, Henderson, NV 89015, and must be filed no later than Tuesday, October 22, 1991, at 5:30 p.m.HOURS OF OPERATION: Monday through Thursday, 7:30 a.m.to5:30p.m. SMOKE FREE WORK ENVIRONMENT AN AFFIRMATIVE ACTION/ EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER PROFESSIONAL SERVICES PROFESSIONAL SERVICES WE WILL move you anywhere in town,comm/ res. Also toad/unload your rental truck. Free est. 565-9675. PROFESSIONAL SERVICES HARD WORKING family man does odd Jobs, Sr. discount. Call Earl 5643495. HONEYDO—IT JOBS: -Need Shelving BulK -New Counter Tops Kitchen or Bath Remodeled Remodel Rooms Painting in or out -Extertor Repairs -Decks or Patio Covers -Furniture Refinished If You Can't Get Honey To Get Around To H Call Me 25 Years Experience By the Job or by the Hour 565-3777 Henderson Home N ews. Henderson, Nevada Page 11 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES f>ortable Welding, Wrought Iron repairs, gates etc. Can 665-5071 anytime. _„„ Z SAND-GRAVEL DELIVERY Homeowners Special Siltforseeding3/8'reject for sod, chat, allmaaonrys sand & gravel-decorative rock. Set d ellvfy avai l able Cal l Rex 898-8477 JIFFY TI FffffCSraUTES RIM LAWN CARE "(Ve Work WhU You Play" HENDERSON m^m^^mt*.^ QREEN VAaEY 565-1593 lack Mounl Electric Lk;. 32035 Bonded Fan IHes, Dryer Hookups, Range, AC Hookups, Custom Homes Ho Job Too Big or Small Jeff 565-1651 BASIC NATURE CARPETCLEANERi Hpndprsoits FiiiPsi 564-6716 SHERMAN CONCRETE Licensed ft Bonded Lie. #30046 Free Estimates 294-2343 mSTA CLEAN JANfTORIAL SERVICE Includes all phases of lanitorlal cleaning. Insurad Uc. 152220 293-3316 Office 364-4262 Beeper PART TIME janitorial help. Leave message 565-0728. CUSTOM LANDSCAPE design & consultation & installation. Ph. 4547625. THE HOLE DIGGER. I can dig it if you canl. Trees, bushes, fence posts, mail boxes. 5642206. Rick Davis Masonry Custoin Work. 564-9107 or beeper 252-5809 SEAMSTRESS Complete sewing service 564-7029 R HONEY DOS .ANDYMAN SERVICECJ SPmiKLERS AND WEBS rapalred and nplaced 294-3071 566-6811 TUBS SHOWERS KITCHENS ENTRIES COMPLETE REMODELS CERAMIC TILE SERVICES PERSONALIZED SERVICE FREE ESTIMATES DAVID POWELL (702) 293-1963 ORNAMENTAL IRON GATES Chain Link Fences & Dog Runs Fortune Fencing Since 1863 565-5384 Uc 59065-A HEALTH INSURANCE • Rasonable Rates • Guaranteed n e n — w ble • Dwilal Available • IndlvMuil or Group • Moot Pro-Exlating CondMona Covered CaU NORM SCHWARTZ for more Info 737-7222 SEE-MOORE CLEARLY WINDOW CLEANING Reasonable Rates Jeff Kincaid 294-1114 HOWARD HELDERLEIN CONSTRUCTION Conunercial • Residential • Remodels and Additions -^Q. Ucense #021013 (>0D-U0l4 CLlir (Cinch lUurhs LOOK FOR BIG SALE SPECIALIZED AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE "Let Ken Perkins Perk Up Your Car Carburetor Rebuilding Electrical Repairs/Tune Ups Classic Car Repairs AC Services 745 Sunset West No. 5 Work 564-3664 Henderson, NV 89015 Home 564-0684 CLOCK REPAIR & SERVICE ON ALL MAKES OF CLOCKS •AUWoAGaannteed •No Repair-No ClMife •AU Work Done On Premlaee •Honoe Calk $50 OPEN IMf 104 ( ;in Mill, 536 A\f. |{. |{i) D&R LANDSCAPING &1AWN MAINTENANCE Down To Earth Pricee 566-6290after3pm. MIKE MORRISON! ELECTRIC, INC Licened'Bo.n(1sd-lnsurea| Lc 130425 Call 564-2145 BOULPER ELECTRIC Ucensed Bonded Insured Lie. No. 15187 Call 293-4899 BIG JOHNS TOWING Light and Heavy duty towing, recovery specialists. (702) 293'4661 24 hrs. 1S77 Foothill Dr. BC DEAN'S BODY & PAINT EXPERT BODY WORK AUTO GLASS INSTALLED INSURANCE WORK FOREIGN & DOMESTIC LIGHT MECHANIC WORK & LIGHT A.C. WORK j0 YRS. cxpemcHce — FOB FBEE ESUMATES — 565-8200 852 E LAKE MEAD DR. HENDERSON, NV 89015 Rock Yards DESERT LANDSCAPING TUSTOM DESIGN" Yours or Ours •ALLCOLORS*' "ALL SIZES" 565^865 INSURANCE TOO HIGH? Too Many Tickets? SR-22 Needed? Call Morrow Insurance Agncy Qreen Valley 451-5533 KD&WHOSE&H FITTING SUPPLY "Formerly House of Hose" 745 W. Sunset #6 Henderson, Nevada 89015 (Between Boulder Hwy A1-95) Phone # Fax # 565-1288 565-1772 All Types Hose & Fittings Pick Up & Delivery Available On Call Service Available See Mike or Milt For Anything You Needl HIUSIDYMAINI • Complets Home Repair • Ckxilers • Sprinklers • Plumbing • Painting • New Doors • New Locks • Carpentry YOU SAVE $$$$ Del 564-7379 HANDY RANDY • The Affordable Handyman" •Property Maintenance •Quality Worlcmanshlp •Rental Reconditioning •Reliabit Service If You're Fusay, Call Me-SatteAwtton Guannt9d 294-8494 THE SALVATION ARMY IS IN DESPERATE NEED OF FURNITURE AND CLOTHES. PLEASE CALL THE SALVATION ARMY PICKUP AT 649-2374-5-6 SINCE ^ 1977 3: zc BLACK MOUNTAIN PLUMBING SERVICE FAST SERVICE •DRAIN & SEWER •GARBAGE DISPOSALS LINES CLEANED INSTALLED •REPAIRS AND -HOT WATER HEATERS MAINTENANCE INSTALLED •NEW FIXTURES -SERVICE WITHIN INSTALLED THE HOUR INMOST CASES Mon.-Pri 7-5 p.m. • Set 73 p.m. • Sun. Cloced RESIDENTIAL • COMMERCIAL ReeWeoUal A Commercial STATE CONTRS. LC. NO. 0019549 QREEN VALLEY BOULDER CITY HENDERSON 294-7713 565-6749 HARWOOD APPLIANCES 101-BW.Atlantic Sales, Service/ Parts, Supplies Major Credit Cards 564-2210 Mon, Fri 8-6, Sat 8-2 BACKNOE and BOBCAT SERVICE •Lot* Graded •Ditching 30 Years Experience — Hourly Rates cariw. Fwtf 298-0698 CHERRY /^^^ Landscaping Co. >-'^^ • Lawn Maintenance • Free Estimate* • Shrubbery Pruning • Clean-upe • Sprinkler MalnL ft Repair • Fertilizing JEFF CHERRY LkfKH-oeaa 564-8652 THE CAVANAUqK'^ PAINTING Interior / Exterior Frea Eatlmataa Lleahaad 294-1422 3. HAULING a REMOVAL AH TypM of Debris, Weeds, Trash, Rocks Removed 24 Hr. Free EstimatesTom 564-S396 CeMv 376-S718 GREEN VALLEY TILE & MARBLE f Ol ItU' I IIU Ci't.miic Tile toi ^ luor, \V. Call 565-4941 BOULDER CONCRETE WANTS TO MEET YOUR CONCRETE NEEDS FOR FREE ESTIMATES AND QUALITY WORKSMANSHIP CALL MICK CASIY BOULDER CITY 293-1571 LICENSED HANDYMAN Complete Home Repair • Carpentry • Cabinets • Drywall |cn Rick at 564-7488 or Pager: 599-7474| FRANK'S TV & APPUANCE SALES & SERVICE For In home service call 385-9959 kU.GNAVOX • MGA • SYIVANIA • PHSCO • PHHUK • ZENRH FACIXMY AUTtiOiaZXD SEKVICE MCS GARDENING LlenMd Uwii Malniananc* — Emerg. Pipe ft Valv* Repair •Tree Trimming •Thateh/Reseed •Lawn aan-up & Haul OH* •Raeldentlal A Commarclal For a FREE Ettlmaf Call 564-6742 *SMior Olscountt* Strea^free Windozvs THE AFFORDABLE CHOICE COMMERCIAL^RESIDENTIAL^NEW CONSTRUCTION STEVE CAWARD 2937098 Total Lawn Care & n aa t o n llo n •Tree & Mm Trimming CurtnPKtoMht9yn ToKsyYouOool DioiQ SunvTMr Mn4MMtvwriteeifaarf CRAKlCASTLEBEWtY Morrdl Martin y reen uro LAWN CARE •Hydroseeding • FeitUlzatioii •Aeradon •Overaeedlng Uceneed A limred Call for Free Estimate ... 294-1424 IMii

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• a^iW" tmrntm^mmm mmmi mmmmmmmm Page 12 Henderson Home News, Hendergon, Nevada' Tuesday, October 8,1991 '''IERVICES'''' "'sETvias''''' I ^UUSL HLNIAIS || APT RENTALS TRIM LAWN Co. Lawn maintananca, yard cleanup. Dependable, free estimates. 5i547109. ELECTRICIAN Certified Journeyman All Wo&. to Code Res., Comm., Indust. 564-1101 M&M Wallpaper Inatallatlon •Stripping •Interior PafnMng Fn Ettlmattt 414-3903 KEEP IT CLEAN! If you need your tiome or oftlc* daarwd, call ui (irill LIceniad and iniurad. Sarving BC, Handerton and Graan Vallay. 293-0470 LAWN CARE Rallobl*' lervfce, reafoirabt* ratM, 15 yrs •xp. Uc. bonded and inaurwd. 293-7072 COMMERCIAL RENTALS ••••••••• • MARY KAY i, •COSWETICS* ^ Dee Dee Senko ^ 293-5550 ••••••••• MURRAY MAINTENANCE Cwpentry, Painting, QliM Repairs AN HouMhoM Repairs Roof Rspsirs M34110 RENT OR LEASE 1200 sq. ft. office/Warehouse, CMZbned. Newbuilding, also 600 sq. ft. office, sep. entrance rent together or sep. 709 Yucca 2940310. BC APT. RENTALS 11 APT. RENTALS I REAL ESTATE 4 Bdrm., 2 story w/toft. Spectacular 3,000 sq. ft. home in Whitney Ranch, avail, now $1375. Call American Family realty, 454-2878. 2 BDRI^., bath & 1/2. New carpeting. New paint. NO PETS, $525 mo. 564-2377. FOR RENT: KitchnettM $55 wek. Utilities paid. Shady Rest Motel, 5657688, Hend^ WEEKLY RATES, $115 per wk. Boulder Dam Hotel 293-1808, 1305 Arizona, BC GUEST HOUSE, 1 bdrm., private yd. $225 mo. 361 Country Club Dr. HND. 385-5484. NEWER HENDERSON HOME 3 bdrm., 2 ba., f rplc., dishwasher, range, ref rig., & 2 car gar. $800. 293-6593. BC. OFFICE SPACEI RETAIL SPACEI Call Bart Hyde Realtor 293-6014 BC STORAGE SHED 20 X 20, $125 per month. 2931917. BC LAWN MAIINTIEIMANCE Reasonable & Dependable 565-6428 CONTRUCTION CLEANUP INC. Al types of cleaning. Uoenaed and Bonded 649-6099 THOMPSOVS HONE HIAIIMTENAIVCE & COOLER SERVICE 55-SS80 DON'T MOVE REMODEL DyV CONSTRUCTION Don Weatarn LL:0030344 294-7754 ^E AARON FENCING Free Estimates Chain Link Fencing 20 Years Exp. PI..4S1-8190 State Lie. #15332 Office/Warehouse for Rent, $625 per month, approx. 1200sq. ft. 520 W. Sunset Rd. #3 HD, Call Diana 382-0423 or Greg 364-9030. FOR RENT—Available immediately, 400 sq. ft. office $285 mo, 1400 Colorado St. BC 2935361 (Bee). BC STORAGE YARD for rent, 1400 sq.ft., fenced yard, & zoned, licensed for warehouse/storage, easy access Boulder & Sunset, all or part. Call 564-5126 or 564-0147. 2 BDRM DUPLEX, builtins, carpet, drapes, water and sewer pd, $550/ mo plus depo 293-3468. BC LEASE ONLY 4 bdrm, 3 bath den w/frpi, beautiful pool. Highland Hills, dose to schools & shopping, kids & pets welcome. Catie 565-5692. LA DOLCE VITA, nearly 1,200 s.f., private yard, clean & ready to move in. $700/mo. Call Bob, agent 293-2151.BC LAKE TERRACE Luxury 3 BR, lake view, pool privileges, plus garage, spa. $1200/mo. Call agent, Bob, 293-2151. 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 paid. 565-9318. BC2 bdmfi Furnished apt, carport, adult-sectton, $500/mo 293-4832. BC $tUDI6 A^t. avail. Immed. $325 per mo. 293-1917. BC Weekly Kitchenettas. Call 565-7029. Teddy's Kitchenettes, Just bring your toothbrush. Everything fur nished, B.C. Ph. 716, weeKLY KiTCHtNETTES. No pets. Westem Inn. 294-0393 or 2932044.80 /\PARTRIENTS2bd?fST bk>ck from Skyline Casino. 564-0853. 218 2 Merlayne. DESERT INN MOTEL Htoa dean rooms starting $90 wk. Also makJ servfce, cotor TV, Kitchenettes avail. 293-2827. 800 Nev. Hwy. BC 2 BDRM deposit $250, monthly rent $425. Gail Dot 399-2181. No pots. Off Boulder Hwy. ft Major, 307 Minister Ct. FURNISHED studk) apt. 6037 Boulder Hwy. LV. $75 weekly, utilities pd., n o pets. 454-3420. FOR RENT 200 sq. ft. storage room $60 per month. 293-7298 or 2944169. "THE CLEAN SWEEP" Professional HOME & OFFICE CLEANING. Dependable! Great RatesI Refs. 454-9040 STORAQI TOR RENT All Sizes FancMi Raaldont Manager Near Sunset Mountain Vlata 48S-390 RETAIL OFFICc SPACE FOR LEASE Approx. 840-3,1 CX)q. ft. First Western Plaza 1000 Nev Hwy, Boulder Cily 293-2367 or 294-3071 3 BDRM, 1 BA, NO GARAGE. $775 mo. plus $775 security. Across from sm. park, no pets. 293-3786. BC SPYGLASS: luxury one BR, Lake Mead view, all the extras. $600/mo. Immediate possessnn, call Desert Sun Realty 293-2151. BC SPYGLASS: luxury two bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths, den. Lake Mead view, fast move in. Call Bob Boston, Realtor, 2932151.$850/mo. BC KEY LARGO 3 bdrm, fam. rm, 1-3/4 baths, washer, dryer, refrig. $1000 mo. Avail Nov. 1 818-782-2053 eves, be OFFICES FOR RENT From 250 sq. ft. Very reasonable. Boukler Theater BuiUing. 293-1283 400 SQ. FT OFFICE SPACE 1581 Foothill Dr. 294-2215 BC RETAIL SPACE FOR LEASE 1980 sq. ft. prime location on Boulder Hwy. Very reasonable. Call Bob or Carol 565-5854 ACTION MOBILE WASH MOBILE MINI BLIND CLEANING PRE-HOUDAY cleaning special. Mini blinds cleaned and waxed. Anti-static applied tominlmize future dusting. $7.99 each. Every 5th blind free witti this ad. Call for appointment 379-9394 VACATION RENTALS FOR RENT 1988 ALLEGROMOTORHOME27'. Call 293-4161. BC CONDO RENTALS FOR RENT: 1-2-3 PDROOM TRAILERS 565-' 7141. HOUSES FOR"REM. PH. 565-7141 1 BLOCK from 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. AVAILABLE NOWl 2 bdrm 2 ba apt, built-in full size washer/dryer, swimming pool, nicel 293-7775. BC FURNISHED 1 bdrm mobile home. 565-0728. /ACANT RENTALS— immediate & easy moveIn. Call American Family Realty for details. 4542878. 3 BDRM, 2 bath Lewis home near Fay Galk>way school $850 mo. PH 5647301 after 5 pm. RENTALS available as k)w as $395 to $1375.2, 3 & 4 bedrooms available. Call American Family Realty 454-2878. 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. 564-1988-^ evenings only. ROOMS FOR RENT MONTE CARIO APIS. 2 Bdrm, 1 Bath 808 Center HD $4S0 per month For Information Phone 5es-8Se4 • lao 564-9093 APARTMENT for rent, walking distance from downtown Henderson $500 month plus security deposit. Call after 5pm 565-4051. UNFURNISHED 2 bdrni apt. Very nice & dean. Water & garbage fum., No Pets. References 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. APARTMENTS AS LOW AS $265 a MONTH Furnished 564-6952 FOR RENT STUDIO APTS. $350 montt). plus deposit Available Now 564-1023 FOR RENT STUDIO APARTMENTS $350 No Deposits to Senior Citizens Available Now. 564-1023 APART^TENTS AVAILABLE 1.2,3 Bedroom Units For Info call 293-1615 or 294-0577 HOURS:9to5Mon-Sat CASADE ALICIA APTS. M & M II APTS. Profoaslonally managed by Equinox Oeveio|Mnenl,"ino. CARPEMTER Roofing Roonfi Additions Pattos Decks For Free Estimates Call Brian 564-8703 2 BDRM 2 BA, covered prkg, fp, all appliances. $625/mo 293-4357 or 1714-828-7744. BC 2 Bedroom Condo. Exclusive executive area in Green Valley, tennis court, pool & 2 car garage. $825. Call American Family Realty 4542878. COMMERCIAL PROPERTY KEN'S MAINTENANCE & HANDYMAN SERVICE All Types of Maintenance I Can Fix or Make Most Anything Serving the Community for 5 Years 293-0045 i ONE ACRE IN FISHER PEN Industrial Park. All utilities to site, all off-sites completed. Primerica Realty, call Cary 2936573. BC 2000 SflT-tn Office/ Wareifous^Condo, zonea CM^in Boulder City. Primerica Realty, Inc. Call Cary 293-6573. BC LOOKING FOR sponsible Roommate, back yd., pool, jacuzin, work shop, referenced requestea7$300 mo. Cal 565-6626. LARGE unfurnished room in comfortable sectbn 27 home. Quiet, non-smoker, $300 month incl. utilities. 565-9998 Eves. UNFURNISHED private entrance bath, walk in cbset $300 per month, utilities ind., telephone hook up avail, no house privileges, will have own keys. 566-0863. 6750 SW. FT. BuWing zoned CM in B.C. includes offces, 3 bdrm reskience and 2 story shop area. 1.9 acres net. Primertea Realty, inc. Call Cary 293-6573. BC HOUSE RENTALS 4 bdrm 1 3/4 bath„ Lewis Home, 2 car garage, fresh paint, $8/5 mo/+ $875 depo. avail 10/1, 294-0261 or 294-0323. BO OUT OF STATE PROPERTY TRADE Oceanside CA1 bdrm Condo on beach for house In BoukJer. Ask $175K.no toan. 714-7603675. OaOBER SPECIAL— $250 OFF MOVE-IN 2 bedroom Town home apartments, Pool/spa, free cable, dishwasher, close to schools & shopping. From $540. Gateway village 1100 No. Center HD 564-2258 MOVE IN SPECIAL $2000FF 1st MONTH'S RENT ^ bdrm, unfurnished, pool & play yard. Near school & shopping. Free Cable TV short term lease & rent from $440 per month. _^^ ^ 730 Center St. Henderson, NY 565-7512 APT. RENTALS RIDGE APTS, UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. New 2 bdrm, 2 ba. laundry facilities. ChiMren wekx>me. No pets. 2935 609. BC FOR RENT 1 bdrm aptsT unfurnished, all utilities pd except elec., sgl occupancy. No pets. $300 565-9848. Studk) Apt. $310 month plus $250 dep. No Pets. Call Mike Imbuiger 5640811 or Ben 399-2181. 307 E. Minister Ct., Apt. FHD. ^ AVAILABLE NOW 619 OTONO 3 bdrim, converted garage. Month to rTK>nth or lease optton. Please call for details. Great Nevada Properties 871-0223 or 293-4498 BC BRAND NEW OPENING SOON OCEANSIDE o, APARTMENTS ^<^'' \ $495'^'' / >^ per mo. ^^ ON THE CORNER OF OCEAN AVE. ft TIN CLOSE TO SCHOOLS PARKS UBRARY CHURCHES Sign Up In October for the **MANAGERS SPECIAL** $200 OFF MOVE IN COSTS 566-9123 ATLANTIC CITY APARTMENTS Clean, Quality 1-2-3 Bedroom Apartments In Henderson •Ceritrai ATr & Heat •Appliances •Drapes •Carpets. Water Paid. Washer/Dryer Available 2 Bedroom apts are $425.00 per month, newly remodeled, spacious, near schools, paric & shopping Move in today KITCHENETTES AVAILABLE Immediately. $104 weekly plus deposK. 293-7673. BC. 2BDRM..2BA.,oovered prkg., fp, all appliances, $625/mo.293-4357or1714-7744. BC. 1 BDRM. UNFURNISHED APT. Close downtown. $325 per mo. $300dep. NO PETS. Call 564-1206. APARTMENT for rent. App^ 218 GokJ Apt. 6 APARTMENT FOR RENT. Walking distance from downtown Henderson $500 month plus security deposit. Call after 5 p.m. 565-4051 ASSUMABLE norT qualifying k)an by owner on this beautiful 4 bdrm home. Enjoy oozy nights by this family rm fireplace & barbecues on your covered patb and summers in the community pool & spa. Asking $120,000 payments of $917 mo. Too many unk^ue features to mention. Call 566-0771 or in Connecticut 203-8592211 (Owner-Agent) OCTOBER RENT Free on 2 t)drm. unfurnished apartments, $440 mo. Desert Garden Apartments, 205 Randy Way, HD. 565-9051. FURNISHED STUDIO in HDN. $295 mo. plus elec. 293-2591. REAL ESTATE GOVT HOMES, VA Repos, k)w money down, assumables, w/no qual. even if you have credit problems, lean help. Call John Amerk:ana Better Homes & Gardens 5647603, or 222-6457. HOME EQUITY LOANS. Quick Cash First or Second Mortgages. ConsolkJate your bills, take a vacation, or do home improvement. Income or credit problems are no Problem. Call us regardless if you've been turned down by another company. Express Mortgage 368-1081. • •••.•••••• ••••••• • • a BBI REALTY ASSaCIATES •We're Sold On You" t&r • • LEASE ONLY 4 bdrm. 3 bath den w/frpI, beautiful pool. Highland Hills, close to schools & shopping, kids & pets welcome. Catie 565-5692. WANT TO KNOW WHAT YOUR PROPERTY IS WORTH? Free market analysis. Call Roger 293-2939 Realtor, Coldwell Banker/Anchor Realty. BEAUTIFUL home in Green Valley 3 bdrm, vaulted ceilings, 2 way fireplace, island kitchen, many upgrades. Assumable/no cred it check, very tow interest $118,900. Call Mike Coast to Coast Rearty 566-9046. HORSE PROPERTY 1/ 2 acre, very custom Spanish-style home 4 bed, 2 bath, master tub w/jets, walk in closets, 2600 sq. ft. Call Sheryi Cobb 293-6036 Century 21 JR Realty. BC PRICE REDUCTION 3' bdrm 1 3/4 ba, Lewis Home, Irg kitchen, fireplace, Nevada Room, R V prkg, Call Sheryi Cobb 293-6036 Century 21JR Realty. BC BY OWNER: 2 bdrm. 1 ba, lnterk>r completely remodeled. Enlarged bathroom, ceiling fans, central air/heat, evap. cooler, covered oatio. $95,000.620 AveF! 2931742. BC ^TASTEFUI^-3 bed, 2 bath, 2 car garage In^ ^cxceUcntcoiKUtk>n.BuUtlBl98570XlI0latvcryy^ ^ Best Buy bi Area. Ask for Peggy $83,000. ^ l^NEW ON MARKET—Never tai this life wlll you^A^ ^flnd more home for your dolbu* than bi thb^ prettigioui 4 br. cmtom, approi. 3000 sq. ft. with A '^pool, great locatloa call today for appobitmeiit. ^ ^ 1550 SF, 4 BD, IS BTH bi town kxatkin ckise to^ .shopping afTordablc prke—bring your paint. ^ brush and save. Owner will carry. "^ ^2850 SF OF LUXURIOUS UVING at Its con-. ^temporary lest Fabulous kitchen. Neutral colors.^ ^ 12 ft celling. M/B with spa. Open Hoor plan. 3 car^ .^.garage. 120 x 135 k>L Choice location. Ask for.^. ?•"• i JLAREA'S BEST BUYI—3 BD—Bay wfaidows—jk. 7 pride of ownership total of 1900 SFon 120 x 165^ ^k>t. Rear and skies walled, ready for pool. Very^ y^nkc cozy family home waiting for you. Low^ .jL.down—Dcdrable nclghliorhood j. ^"SONORA MODEL" Shows well—1615 SF aktif ^ Undscaphig km down. Priced Right ^ *nCTURE PERFECT" was a model, 2200 SF of* -^comfortable living, 2 btbs, walking distance to^ .year around school and park. Beautiful front^ yard, ready for youl 566-6700 109 Water St. • (Located in Valley Bank BMg.) if •••••••••••••••• BUY NOW Great Interest rates—Great values TWO STORY DEL PRADO-lmmaculate 4 bdrm. 2 1 /2 bath with large family room and kitchen, lots of storage, Inside laundry, 2 car garage, RV pkg. All new Stalnmaster carpet, freshly painted. Underi appraisal $162,500. LOWEST PRICE—for 3 bdrm newer Lewis wHh bonus room. Covered patio, 1 car garage, room for RV. Good location. $123,500. so MANY PLUSES—Lewis Prestige with 4 bdrms, 2 baths, living room with fireplace, family room, fenced pool. Assumable loan. Beautifully upgraded with ceramic tile and neutral decor. $162,000. FOR RENT Office/commercial space 320 South BIdr. Hwy., Henderson. Over 1700 square feet or owner will subdivide. TERMS! BOULDER DAM REALTY Call Beth 293-4663 Office or Home 293-7074 HOUMNQ OffOimTV JR REALTY Em GREEN VALLEY-Cool Pool—Enchanting Coleman home—four bedrooma over 2000 sq. ft—doeani need a thIngHust move in—Unbelievable price of $159,900. BciuLDER CITY—Mobile home on Its own lot—comas furnished—extremely well kept—ideal location overk>okingoM airport Only $99,000. OUR BEST VALUE HOMES— 126 Beech 3 Bedrooms $67,000 139 ConstKutton 3 Bedrooms $62,500 1804 Ward 2 Bedrooms $59,500 845 Center 3 or 4 Bedrooma $73,900 132 Kola 3 or 4 Bedrooms $76,500 FOR THE HORSE SET—Delightful custom home—maturetreesglve the llluston of a shady forest—tack room Included. New kitchen cabinets—Call for Detaila. ANXIOUS IS THE WORD-Absolute Best Buy In a Townhouse—Three Bedroom—Two Story—Private Yard—Two Car Garage—Just $81,900. NEW ON THE MARKET—321 W. Rochelle Three bedroom, 2 full baths—corner tot—only $85,900. JUST USTED-Lawla 2 story 4 bedroom home—garage profeaatonally converted to game room—nice condKton—Meal for the growing family. MOVE INTO GREEN VALLEY—Thia Charming 3 bedroom home haa a formal dining room, tile roof and redwood spa la included Call for appointment to aee. MOVE RIGHT IN-No need to bring a paint bruah—excellent condition oeramlctile entryand kitchen—ebmp brtek fireplace in Ihring roonv-2 car garage—Nice Family neighborhood. DON'T MISS THIS WINDOW. OF OP^ PORTUNITY VA rate la 8 1/2 FHA la negotiable. Call aoon to be prequalified. 204 IV. Pacific Ave., Hcnderaon M564-5142 •indxtadaakolCtMarZI IM EMM Coiicnton EqMl Hmka CMAI* EACH OFRct lOEPEWENTLV OMNEO AND OPEMTEO 293-6014 & ASSOCIATES 1325 Arizona Street • Boulder City, 89005 HOMES LAND BUSINESS INVESTMENT CONSULTANTS PROPERTY MANAGEMENT BOULDER CITY CUSTOM ON DOUBLE LOT WITH views of lake. Dining room, family room, huge 2 sided brick fireplace, game room olT pooL 4 bdrm4 bath, beauttfUUy landscaped. $298,50a COMFORTABLE LIVING over 1100 sq. ft. on corner lot Brick fireplace. Central heat and air. Only $99,500. LAKEVIEW AREA COIVDO 2 bdrm, 2 1/2 bath. $129,900. STEAL ME! 5 bdrm, 3 bath, close to school, assumable loan. $117,500. LAKE MEAD DREAM nesUed among natural rock that adds to Uie delight of this TrI level w/pool and waterfall ofTlrg. family rom. Spectacular view fhtm open living area and deck. $285,000. 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, ResUurant, turnkey operation. Successftil established k>cation 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 ft-om this very private estate reached by 500 ft long lighted driveway. Tile roofed, 4 bdrm, 3 bath, stone fireplace and spacious family room, air conditioned RV oversized garage with hidoor/ outdoor dog nm, separate guest house w/ bath. Large 20 x 38 swlnUng pool wi^i auto/ cover, diving board, underwater |ightliig. Many extras, minutes to Lake Mead and convenient to Las Vegas. Seeing Is believing! Call Bart for details. HENDERSON/GREEN VALLEY GREEN VALLEY HEIGHTS—BcauUftil 3 bdr 2 3/4 ba, 2 car garage, private spa. Won't last long at $158,500. Bluffs Condo 5U Suiter's MIU Rd., 2 bdrm, 2 bath, 1 car garage $90,000. Mt Charleston Condo—1 bdnn himlshed $68,500. Tuesday, October 8,1991 REAL ESTATE BCBY0WNER4bdrm1 3/4 ba, family room, pod. Re-decorated and many upgrades. $159,000. Licensee 293-5813. BC Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Page 13 REAL ESTATE 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 f^^-^ DOME REALTY 1610 Nevada Highway )ulderCHy, Nevada 89005 BOULDER CITY HOMES PRICE REDUCED! 1298 SHENANDOAH. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, full length awnkigs, new stove,newdlahwaaher.Cerpetedthroughout NOW ONLY $79,500. Owner licensee. GREATFAMLYHOME-Oood k>cstk>n-3,400 square feet livable—5 bedrooms, 3 baths $324,000.00. THATS RIGHT! 3 bedroom, 2 bath home In BouMer City for only $l 15,000.00. Bonus room for storage and sewing/hobby room, double garage. Complete with fruit trees and "chibnousa." 702/293-1613 • 293^267 REAL ESTATE LOW DdWN lease optbn terms negotiable, will help set terms to fit your budget. 2, 3 & 4 bedrooms. Call American Family Realty 454-2878. FOR SALE 1 bed 1 bath, lower level Condo, very private, new washer/ dryer included, $45,500, Call Sheryi Cobb 2936036 Century 21 JR Realty. BC FORSALEBYOWNERUpgraded BC 5-plex, gross $29,700. Cair2941362 leave message. Principals only BC. ASSUMABLE NO QUALITY. Very low down, 3 bdrm 2 full bath, newcarpet, large kitchen, call Sheryi Cobb 2936036 Century 21 JR Realty. BC REAL ESTATE NEW ON THE MARKET 4 bedroom, 13/4 bath, 2 car garage, established neignbornood, clean as new, full landscaping, sngi story, covered RV r arking, 384 Jann Dr. 105,900. Kiome Network Realty 252-5757 Call Dale Thompson 5643477. CUST0fir4 bdrm 2 1/2 bath 2100 sq.ft. near golf course. Lrg. back yard, RV parking. 293-4584. BC HENDERSON-Starter/ Retirement Dream. Immaculate former model (Mirrors, wallpaper, tile, F/P), LV. view 1241 Equestrian, 2 Br., 1 3/4 Ba., 2 Gar, 1,298 SF. $92,000. Owner-Days 434-7395 Eves. 2935342. TWO BDR*^ CONDO WITH ALL APPLIANCES for rent or sale. Call 6494480. BC HOUSE FOR SALE Southwest style home, overtooks Lake Mead, very large 3 bdrm 2 ba, Irg sunken tub in master bath, off private outdoor atrium, pool/spa, very private, Sheryi Cotib 2936036 Century 21 JR Realty. BC BY OWNER. Ig. beautiful custom home w/ basement price red'jced, 5 txlrm, 4 k>ath, 2 car gar. wKh bathroom, well Insulated, k>w utilities & lots of brnk $299,000. 5660203. THREE BEDROOM, 1 bath in Lake view. Refrigerated air $89,500. Owner Licensee. 2931613 days 293-1598 nhes. BC HENDERSON REALTY ITS AS GOOD AS DONE. MORTOAOE RATES NEARINO LOWEST POIIMT IN 14 YEARS Those of you who have been hesitating to buy are strongly urged to take advantage of today'a tow interest rates for easier qualifying and tower payments. CUSTOM HOMES From $90,000 Bdr Bth 1651 Stirrup 3 3 1530 WagonwhMl 3 2 1640 Turf 3 2 1601 TumblW90d 4 23/4 1611 Tunnbl0W99d 3 2 160 W. Country Ckib 3 1 3/4 HIGHLAND HILLS From $89,900 Bdr Bath$ 720 Arrowhead Trail 4 2 843 Mainsail 4 2 601 Canyon 3 2 706 Sugarcana 4 2 846 Vermllllon 3 13/4 RIVER LANDING From $105,000 Bdr Batha 171 Anchoret 3 2 929 Anchor Dr. 3 2 147 Emdan 3 2 853 Schoonar 3 2 360Emdan 3 21/2 AFFORDABLE FAMILY UVING OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY 12-4:30 PM OCT-13 at 616 Ave. D, Boulder City. You Must See this Beautiful New Home. 3 bdrm. 2 full baths, large rriaster bedroom, 2 car finished gar..fireplace, skylight, approximately 1400 sq. ft. See you there! INCOME OVER $1,500 PER MO. Three Units on a lot in Boulder City. Assume 1st TD on this 2 bdrm House, a 2 txlrm 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 Boulder City is ideal for 1 sttime buyers. Lg. Kit., Bay Window, Carport, RV Pai1 Onkinr 11 RMI E(Mi CotponlMi EquriHoiMlneQppwIunlqr ^ IND0>CtOBm.rOIMEOAND< /imeiicana^jSHome^. Groun.REALTORS I I H^ -1-t-and Gardens'^' ^ Group. REALTORS "Independently Owned and Operated' CALL ABOUT THESE SPECIAL BOULDER CITY HOMES VIEW—LAKE—VIEW-nAbsolutely incredibto view of lake can be youra from thia prestigloualy located Claremont Heights lot. One of the most sxcluaive areaa in southern Nevada. Surrounded by beautiful custom honoes and breathtaking mountains. Financing conakiered with large down. $215,000 T:40042. 21004Sa FT. This home has CHARIM, almost 2 HOMES IN 1. Guest quarters are fully furnished and has 1 bedroom, 1 full bath, living room, full kitchen and has separate entrance and utilities. Main house has3 bedrooms, 13/4 baths, den. Living room and dining area combo has bulK In china cabinet and woodburning stove. Well maintained home with tots of storage and double carport with alley acceaa. $129,000 T:36883. CUSTOM BEAUTY. Built by an engineer. 1664 aq. ft with 3 bedrooms, 2 baths. This home haa It ALL—aecurity aystem, electronic air cleaner, built-in vacuum, water aoftener and purlftoation system, kitercom, energy efftoiont lighting. Handcrafted drawers and cablneta. 2 car garage with efficient lighting. Handcrafted drawers and cabkiets. 2 csr garage with ak conditioned workshop, benches and garage door opener. $138,500 T:38206. LAKE MOUNTAIN ESTATES. Sensattonal Lake View. 2 bedroom, 2 batha with huge walk-In ctoseL Super Landscaping with covered oatio a tote of storage and a large laundry room 1,664 square ft. PRICE REDUCED TO $148,990. i WONT LAST: 2,300 aq and gazabo. .25 acre, '^m bar & fireplace ki famll\^^ car garage, swlm-ln-placa spa maintenance landscaping, wet $195,500. T:2628& 2625 Green Valley Pkwy., Henderson 458-8888 1 ^OULDEj DAM^ REALTY! umiv 293*4663 THINKING OF BUYING7...N0W IS THE TIME!! IGREAT SELECTIONS & GREAT BUYS ON OUR FREE LIST OF ALL PROPERTIES ON MARKET IBY ALL AGENCIES! RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL INCOME LOTS RENTALS 1664 NEVADA t1WY;,~ -Mirshill Plan' BOULDER Cmr.NV 89005. nAttofPirklncr **EMy Aooett OoMiMIMM PH Hn:8iin8pin FAX:70^2ftM645 AFTER HOURS CALL: 702Mary Board. 293-7254 Lkiette Davla^ 293-1097 Criatlna Le Breton 2934116 Roberta llcLsan 294-1730 Elton Lamb Stromberg.. 293-6508 Beth Deane, BROKER.. .293-7074 ^ Sunday & Evenings by Appt ** CALL ABOUT THE NEW 8 LAKE VIEW I LOTS FROM 118K REAL ESTATE HENOERSONSTARTER/RETIREMENT Dream. Immaculate former model (mirrors, wallpaper, tile, f/js), LV. view. 1241 Equestrian, 2 br, 13/4 ba, 2 gar, 1,298 sf. $92,000. Owner Days 434-7395 eves 293-5342. 80 FOR SALE OR LEASE Two warehouses in prime Boulder City Location. Drive by 707 Canyon^. Then call 294-0225. be BY OWNER Golf coursei home, 3190 sq. ft. 4bdrm 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/Tamily room & office, 1 car garage 1222 Paiute Dr. Owner Lie. $122,500. 293-4284 for appointment. BC BEAUTIFULnew custom home just completed, 4 bdrm, 2 1/2 bath 2260 sq. ft., ceramic tile thruout, sunken great room w/wet bar & ^1, 2 car gar. $229,900. 2930643. FOR SALE by owner beautiful historic BC home in xint neightx>rhood 1744 sq.ft. 3 bdrmnursery/office, hardwood floors, fam rm, dining rm, great yard with 6' red-' wood fence in back. Will not last long at $127,500. 294-2970. LAS VEGAS! POOL! 3 Huge bedrooms, 21 12 baths, living room with fireplace, dining room, kitchen complete with center island and all appliarx^s, family room, 2250 sq. ft. home with doubto garage. Sunken yard for privacy with 16 x 38 sparkling pool. House freshly painted outstoe, full bk>ck wall, maintenance free landacaping. This home is located on wide, beautifully kept street, near best schools, near freeway, near shopping. This is a great location and is being sold by original ownerl Hurry! Hunyl They are beating down our frostod glass & wood double front doors. Asking $150,500. Owner will carry with $30,000 dwn. Principals only. See at 3628 Vatoncia Street. LV or call 458-5533. ESTABLISHED BUSINESS IN BC under $20,000, for sale. Low overhead. Beauty Shop. Call Sheryi Cobb 2936036 Century 21 JR Realty. BC NEW ROOFI 3 bdrm 2 bath, family room In double garage, woodburning fireplace, concrete block fence, laroe tot-See at 424 Daffodil, Henderson$82,500. Licensee 2931613 day 293-1598 nite. BC VERY NICE 3 bdrm, 2 bath, 2 car garage, frpic, landscaped, jacuzzi, covered patio, block walls, near Bask; High $15,000 dwn & assume pymts of $775 or new ban. 565-7646. CASH NOW! I'll buy your home & pay all costs 434-3331 DARWIN BIBLE Member of Exckialve COLDWELL BANKER Preaklents Circto Conalatant multl-mlllton dollar member Also, llcenasd aucttoneer COLDUieLL BANKER • PAULGARGIS& ASSOCIATES Call Darwin 293-3996 <^ OPMmuMTT LOVELY RANCHETTE on Russell Rd. in Las Vegas. This home Is one of a kind. Retired ranchers dream. Call for list. $359,000. COMING SOON IN BOULDER CITY. Lovely 4 bdrm home with new mother in law quarters or huge privste master bedroom In rear. Lrg. Lot and lots of xtraa. BOULDER CITY BAIT AND TACKLE SHOP wHh exceltont tocation, equipment and lease. Reduced to $50,000. BOULDER CITY 4 BEDROO^QV.0 on Northrldge. Lovely home. BOULDER CITY 3 BEDROOVtf'OVSth. 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 tocated in Calienta. Low down and exceltont terms. Two bdrm home. Garage and large lot only $59,500. B HILL LOT with breathtakirw^vPLots of site work completed. I $125,000 ^^ Solid eight inch tog walls. To 3UVpor words $107,000 m^ DICK BLAIR REALTY 833 NEVADA HWY., BOULDER CITY (702) 293-2171 ttr AFTCK HOUIS CALL Patt; GtilTc7.S|Mcr 23475 Marilyn J.ni. 294.524 Andru Andcnon. J93.322I Jbn GottrrtdMn. 2SM174 Rhondi Sledge. 293-7975 RkhMoynihan .23-lll2 DalcCoadH. J4-l*14 Bob Bteir, Broker 293.2M9 Serving Boulder City Since 1988 HOMES SUPER BUY—PRICED $10,000 BELOW APPRAISAL Cuslo(nlzed^"<%M Prado w/larg workahop/gar, U^QV^^I^ednna, 2+ bath, custom feature T^i^SE LOT with spa & lots of RV pkg. REDUCED TO $199,500. UPGRADED LEWIS HOME W/POOL 3 bed. 2 ba. 2cargar. fam. rm,F.P.near Golf CourtaSI 65,000. 2 BED. 1 BA. Cwtlral AC/Heal, garage. $86,500. SPECTACULAR LAKE VIEWI4 \MA., 4 1/2 ba., 2 car gar., fam. rmJF.P. & wet l>ar, game rm., over '3,200 sq. ft $350,000. BEAUTIFUL UPGRADED LEWIS HOME. 3 bedrm, 2 iMlh, 3 car garage. Corner lot, large pool & spa, near golf course. Desirable at $255,0001 2 bedroom, 2 3/4 bath, covered pallo, family room, very popular floor plan prkied to sell at $125,000. % 1,728 sq. ft., great area neer golf course 4 bedrm. 1 3/4 ba. extra nice kitchen with ceramic tile counters, beautiful cabinets, 2 car gar. pool & spa, RVparldng. $185,000. 3 bedrm., 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. h. 3 bdrm, 2 ba, den. Large great room, tile roof, 2 car garage plua circle drive and RV parking. $199,900. BRAND NEWII CUSTOM HOME, 4 BEDRM., 2 BA., 2 CAR GAR., TILE ROOF, Cov. patio, culde-sac. $239,000. UNIQUE HOME-4 blrm, 4 ba., 22'x3r GREAT RM., F.P., 3 car gar., COMPLETELY CUSTOM. $350,000. CONDOMINIUMS LAKETREE TOWNHOUSE-2 bed., 1 ba., 2 car gar. NEWLY PAINTED INTERIOR, $96,000. LOTS OF EXTRAS IN THIS KEY LARGO HOMEII 1331 sq. ft. 2 bed. 2 ba. 2 car gar. VIEW LAKE. waterfall ft sm. wading pool. Built In Bar-B-O AND MORE $189,500. COMMERCIAL RENTALS Office ft Offteemhaa. Specs CALL FOR DETAILS MODULAR HOMES THIS 3 Bed. 1 3/4 Bath home SHOWS UKE A DREAM I EXTRA LARGE LOT-gorgeous view Mtns. & 2-3 car carport $92,500. 20' X 40' Sparta, located In well established, 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 t>edrm. 2 ba. upgraded throughout. Just right for "Eaay Uving" $91,500. GINGERWOOD MOBILE HOME EXCEL COND. 14 X 66 2 bed. 2 ba. all appt. carport, cov. patio. $28,500. 1,42S sq. ft., 2 bedrm., 1-3/4 ba., 2 car Lake Mtn. Estates. $123,500. garage. LAND This lot ready to build on with exceptional view of lake & mtna. PRICED TO SELL AT $110,000. 1/2 ac. lot, Sub 11, exceptional view city & Mtns. $99,900. READY TO BUILD? This lot la for you. View of City k Mtns. 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 LAKE MEAD-1 ac. lot OWNER WILL CARRY & PROVIDE UTIL $158,000. .34 Acre. Nice lot FOR YOUR HOMEII Desert View $90,000. RENTALS NEW HOME-3 bed, 2 ba. 2 car gar $850. NOW. Avail. 3 bed. 2 ba. 2 car gar. RV Parfcg. encl. palto. $875. Avail. Nov. 1 3,000 aq. ft 4 bed. 2 ba. pool, on golf course fam. rm. avaU. Sept. 15 $1,200. NICE 2 bed. 1 ba. housa fenced rear yard new paint t drapes AVAIL OCT. 1 $625.00. CONDO—2 bed. 11/2 IM. oomm. pool, 2 car park sp. aH appl. child ok, no pou. $600. TOWNHOUSE 2 bed. 2 1/2 ba. view Lake, 2 earparka, cMM ok pet?? $850.00. eov< Ofltoe Whse. Comb., 900 sq. ft., DELUXE OFFKE SP., 1,020 aq. ft. whsei PRKEO AT APPRAISAL CALL FOR INFa CONDO—ground floor 2 bed. 2 ba. 2 earpons. aig. area. $57^.00 avaH. NOW. CENTRALLY LOCATED CONDO, ground ftoor 2 bed. 2 beth, NO PETS $495. 8top by and pick up your FREE CURRENT IJ8T OF PROPERTIES AVAUABU FOR SALE TOLL riB! i-00M2MBI0 bt. sncnrry IND DmEBRirr is ooi SPKCIALTY

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• a^iW" tmrntm^mmm mmmi mmmmmmmm Page 12 Henderson Home News, Hendergon, Nevada' Tuesday, October 8,1991 '''IERVICES'''' "'sETvias''''' I ^UUSL HLNIAIS || APT RENTALS TRIM LAWN Co. Lawn maintananca, yard cleanup. Dependable, free estimates. 5i547109. ELECTRICIAN Certified Journeyman All Wo&. to Code Res., Comm., Indust. 564-1101 M&M Wallpaper Inatallatlon •Stripping •Interior PafnMng Fn Ettlmattt 414-3903 KEEP IT CLEAN! If you need your tiome or oftlc* daarwd, call ui (irill LIceniad and iniurad. Sarving BC, Handerton and Graan Vallay. 293-0470 LAWN CARE Rallobl*' lervfce, reafoirabt* ratM, 15 yrs •xp. Uc. bonded and inaurwd. 293-7072 COMMERCIAL RENTALS ••••••••• • MARY KAY i, •COSWETICS* ^ Dee Dee Senko ^ 293-5550 ••••••••• MURRAY MAINTENANCE Cwpentry, Painting, QliM Repairs AN HouMhoM Repairs Roof Rspsirs M34110 RENT OR LEASE 1200 sq. ft. office/Warehouse, CMZbned. Newbuilding, also 600 sq. ft. office, sep. entrance rent together or sep. 709 Yucca 2940310. BC APT. RENTALS 11 APT. RENTALS I REAL ESTATE 4 Bdrm., 2 story w/toft. Spectacular 3,000 sq. ft. home in Whitney Ranch, avail, now $1375. Call American Family realty, 454-2878. 2 BDRI^., bath & 1/2. New carpeting. New paint. NO PETS, $525 mo. 564-2377. FOR RENT: KitchnettM $55 wek. Utilities paid. Shady Rest Motel, 5657688, Hend^ WEEKLY RATES, $115 per wk. Boulder Dam Hotel 293-1808, 1305 Arizona, BC GUEST HOUSE, 1 bdrm., private yd. $225 mo. 361 Country Club Dr. HND. 385-5484. NEWER HENDERSON HOME 3 bdrm., 2 ba., f rplc., dishwasher, range, ref rig., & 2 car gar. $800. 293-6593. BC. OFFICE SPACEI RETAIL SPACEI Call Bart Hyde Realtor 293-6014 BC STORAGE SHED 20 X 20, $125 per month. 2931917. BC LAWN MAIINTIEIMANCE Reasonable & Dependable 565-6428 CONTRUCTION CLEANUP INC. Al types of cleaning. Uoenaed and Bonded 649-6099 THOMPSOVS HONE HIAIIMTENAIVCE & COOLER SERVICE 55-SS80 DON'T MOVE REMODEL DyV CONSTRUCTION Don Weatarn LL:0030344 294-7754 ^E AARON FENCING Free Estimates Chain Link Fencing 20 Years Exp. PI..4S1-8190 State Lie. #15332 Office/Warehouse for Rent, $625 per month, approx. 1200sq. ft. 520 W. Sunset Rd. #3 HD, Call Diana 382-0423 or Greg 364-9030. FOR RENT—Available immediately, 400 sq. ft. office $285 mo, 1400 Colorado St. BC 2935361 (Bee). BC STORAGE YARD for rent, 1400 sq.ft., fenced yard, & zoned, licensed for warehouse/storage, easy access Boulder & Sunset, all or part. Call 564-5126 or 564-0147. 2 BDRM DUPLEX, builtins, carpet, drapes, water and sewer pd, $550/ mo plus depo 293-3468. BC LEASE ONLY 4 bdrm, 3 bath den w/frpi, beautiful pool. Highland Hills, dose to schools & shopping, kids & pets welcome. Catie 565-5692. LA DOLCE VITA, nearly 1,200 s.f., private yard, clean & ready to move in. $700/mo. Call Bob, agent 293-2151.BC LAKE TERRACE Luxury 3 BR, lake view, pool privileges, plus garage, spa. $1200/mo. Call agent, Bob, 293-2151. 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 paid. 565-9318. BC2 bdmfi Furnished apt, carport, adult-sectton, $500/mo 293-4832. BC $tUDI6 A^t. avail. Immed. $325 per mo. 293-1917. BC Weekly Kitchenettas. Call 565-7029. Teddy's Kitchenettes, Just bring your toothbrush. Everything fur nished, B.C. Ph. 716, weeKLY KiTCHtNETTES. No pets. Westem Inn. 294-0393 or 2932044.80 /\PARTRIENTS2bd?fST bk>ck from Skyline Casino. 564-0853. 218 2 Merlayne. DESERT INN MOTEL Htoa dean rooms starting $90 wk. Also makJ servfce, cotor TV, Kitchenettes avail. 293-2827. 800 Nev. Hwy. BC 2 BDRM deposit $250, monthly rent $425. Gail Dot 399-2181. No pots. Off Boulder Hwy. ft Major, 307 Minister Ct. FURNISHED studk) apt. 6037 Boulder Hwy. LV. $75 weekly, utilities pd., n o pets. 454-3420. FOR RENT 200 sq. ft. storage room $60 per month. 293-7298 or 2944169. "THE CLEAN SWEEP" Professional HOME & OFFICE CLEANING. Dependable! Great RatesI Refs. 454-9040 STORAQI TOR RENT All Sizes FancMi Raaldont Manager Near Sunset Mountain Vlata 48S-390 RETAIL OFFICc SPACE FOR LEASE Approx. 840-3,1 CX)q. ft. First Western Plaza 1000 Nev Hwy, Boulder Cily 293-2367 or 294-3071 3 BDRM, 1 BA, NO GARAGE. $775 mo. plus $775 security. Across from sm. park, no pets. 293-3786. BC SPYGLASS: luxury one BR, Lake Mead view, all the extras. $600/mo. Immediate possessnn, call Desert Sun Realty 293-2151. BC SPYGLASS: luxury two bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths, den. Lake Mead view, fast move in. Call Bob Boston, Realtor, 2932151.$850/mo. BC KEY LARGO 3 bdrm, fam. rm, 1-3/4 baths, washer, dryer, refrig. $1000 mo. Avail Nov. 1 818-782-2053 eves, be OFFICES FOR RENT From 250 sq. ft. Very reasonable. Boukler Theater BuiUing. 293-1283 400 SQ. FT OFFICE SPACE 1581 Foothill Dr. 294-2215 BC RETAIL SPACE FOR LEASE 1980 sq. ft. prime location on Boulder Hwy. Very reasonable. Call Bob or Carol 565-5854 ACTION MOBILE WASH MOBILE MINI BLIND CLEANING PRE-HOUDAY cleaning special. Mini blinds cleaned and waxed. Anti-static applied tominlmize future dusting. $7.99 each. Every 5th blind free witti this ad. Call for appointment 379-9394 VACATION RENTALS FOR RENT 1988 ALLEGROMOTORHOME27'. Call 293-4161. BC CONDO RENTALS FOR RENT: 1-2-3 PDROOM TRAILERS 565-' 7141. HOUSES FOR"REM. PH. 565-7141 1 BLOCK from 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. AVAILABLE NOWl 2 bdrm 2 ba apt, built-in full size washer/dryer, swimming pool, nicel 293-7775. BC FURNISHED 1 bdrm mobile home. 565-0728. /ACANT RENTALS— immediate & easy moveIn. Call American Family Realty for details. 4542878. 3 BDRM, 2 bath Lewis home near Fay Galk>way school $850 mo. PH 5647301 after 5 pm. RENTALS available as k)w as $395 to $1375.2, 3 & 4 bedrooms available. Call American Family Realty 454-2878. 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. 564-1988-^ evenings only. ROOMS FOR RENT MONTE CARIO APIS. 2 Bdrm, 1 Bath 808 Center HD $4S0 per month For Information Phone 5es-8Se4 • lao 564-9093 APARTMENT for rent, walking distance from downtown Henderson $500 month plus security deposit. Call after 5pm 565-4051. UNFURNISHED 2 bdrni apt. Very nice & dean. Water & garbage fum., No Pets. References 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. APARTMENTS AS LOW AS $265 a MONTH Furnished 564-6952 FOR RENT STUDIO APTS. $350 montt). plus deposit Available Now 564-1023 FOR RENT STUDIO APARTMENTS $350 No Deposits to Senior Citizens Available Now. 564-1023 APART^TENTS AVAILABLE 1.2,3 Bedroom Units For Info call 293-1615 or 294-0577 HOURS:9to5Mon-Sat CASADE ALICIA APTS. M & M II APTS. Profoaslonally managed by Equinox Oeveio|Mnenl,"ino. CARPEMTER Roofing Roonfi Additions Pattos Decks For Free Estimates Call Brian 564-8703 2 BDRM 2 BA, covered prkg, fp, all appliances. $625/mo 293-4357 or 1714-828-7744. BC 2 Bedroom Condo. Exclusive executive area in Green Valley, tennis court, pool & 2 car garage. $825. Call American Family Realty 4542878. COMMERCIAL PROPERTY KEN'S MAINTENANCE & HANDYMAN SERVICE All Types of Maintenance I Can Fix or Make Most Anything Serving the Community for 5 Years 293-0045 i ONE ACRE IN FISHER PEN Industrial Park. All utilities to site, all off-sites completed. Primerica Realty, call Cary 2936573. BC 2000 SflT-tn Office/ Wareifous^Condo, zonea CM^in Boulder City. Primerica Realty, Inc. Call Cary 293-6573. BC LOOKING FOR sponsible Roommate, back yd., pool, jacuzin, work shop, referenced requestea7$300 mo. Cal 565-6626. LARGE unfurnished room in comfortable sectbn 27 home. Quiet, non-smoker, $300 month incl. utilities. 565-9998 Eves. UNFURNISHED private entrance bath, walk in cbset $300 per month, utilities ind., telephone hook up avail, no house privileges, will have own keys. 566-0863. 6750 SW. FT. BuWing zoned CM in B.C. includes offces, 3 bdrm reskience and 2 story shop area. 1.9 acres net. Primertea Realty, inc. Call Cary 293-6573. BC HOUSE RENTALS 4 bdrm 1 3/4 bath„ Lewis Home, 2 car garage, fresh paint, $8/5 mo/+ $875 depo. avail 10/1, 294-0261 or 294-0323. BO OUT OF STATE PROPERTY TRADE Oceanside CA1 bdrm Condo on beach for house In BoukJer. Ask $175K.no toan. 714-7603675. OaOBER SPECIAL— $250 OFF MOVE-IN 2 bedroom Town home apartments, Pool/spa, free cable, dishwasher, close to schools & shopping. From $540. Gateway village 1100 No. Center HD 564-2258 MOVE IN SPECIAL $2000FF 1st MONTH'S RENT ^ bdrm, unfurnished, pool & play yard. Near school & shopping. Free Cable TV short term lease & rent from $440 per month. _^^ ^ 730 Center St. Henderson, NY 565-7512 APT. RENTALS RIDGE APTS, UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. New 2 bdrm, 2 ba. laundry facilities. ChiMren wekx>me. No pets. 2935 609. BC FOR RENT 1 bdrm aptsT unfurnished, all utilities pd except elec., sgl occupancy. No pets. $300 565-9848. Studk) Apt. $310 month plus $250 dep. No Pets. Call Mike Imbuiger 5640811 or Ben 399-2181. 307 E. Minister Ct., Apt. FHD. ^ AVAILABLE NOW 619 OTONO 3 bdrim, converted garage. Month to rTK>nth or lease optton. Please call for details. Great Nevada Properties 871-0223 or 293-4498 BC BRAND NEW OPENING SOON OCEANSIDE o, APARTMENTS ^<^'' \ $495'^'' / >^ per mo. ^^ ON THE CORNER OF OCEAN AVE. ft TIN CLOSE TO SCHOOLS PARKS UBRARY CHURCHES Sign Up In October for the **MANAGERS SPECIAL** $200 OFF MOVE IN COSTS 566-9123 ATLANTIC CITY APARTMENTS Clean, Quality 1-2-3 Bedroom Apartments In Henderson •Ceritrai ATr & Heat •Appliances •Drapes •Carpets. Water Paid. Washer/Dryer Available 2 Bedroom apts are $425.00 per month, newly remodeled, spacious, near schools, paric & shopping Move in today KITCHENETTES AVAILABLE Immediately. $104 weekly plus deposK. 293-7673. BC. 2BDRM..2BA.,oovered prkg., fp, all appliances, $625/mo.293-4357or1714-7744. BC. 1 BDRM. UNFURNISHED APT. Close downtown. $325 per mo. $300dep. NO PETS. Call 564-1206. APARTMENT for rent. App^ 218 GokJ Apt. 6 APARTMENT FOR RENT. Walking distance from downtown Henderson $500 month plus security deposit. Call after 5 p.m. 565-4051 ASSUMABLE norT qualifying k)an by owner on this beautiful 4 bdrm home. Enjoy oozy nights by this family rm fireplace & barbecues on your covered patb and summers in the community pool & spa. Asking $120,000 payments of $917 mo. Too many unk^ue features to mention. Call 566-0771 or in Connecticut 203-8592211 (Owner-Agent) OCTOBER RENT Free on 2 t)drm. unfurnished apartments, $440 mo. Desert Garden Apartments, 205 Randy Way, HD. 565-9051. FURNISHED STUDIO in HDN. $295 mo. plus elec. 293-2591. REAL ESTATE GOVT HOMES, VA Repos, k)w money down, assumables, w/no qual. even if you have credit problems, lean help. Call John Amerk:ana Better Homes & Gardens 5647603, or 222-6457. HOME EQUITY LOANS. Quick Cash First or Second Mortgages. ConsolkJate your bills, take a vacation, or do home improvement. Income or credit problems are no Problem. Call us regardless if you've been turned down by another company. Express Mortgage 368-1081. • •••.•••••• ••••••• • • a BBI REALTY ASSaCIATES •We're Sold On You" t&r • • LEASE ONLY 4 bdrm. 3 bath den w/frpI, beautiful pool. Highland Hills, close to schools & shopping, kids & pets welcome. Catie 565-5692. WANT TO KNOW WHAT YOUR PROPERTY IS WORTH? Free market analysis. Call Roger 293-2939 Realtor, Coldwell Banker/Anchor Realty. BEAUTIFUL home in Green Valley 3 bdrm, vaulted ceilings, 2 way fireplace, island kitchen, many upgrades. Assumable/no cred it check, very tow interest $118,900. Call Mike Coast to Coast Rearty 566-9046. HORSE PROPERTY 1/ 2 acre, very custom Spanish-style home 4 bed, 2 bath, master tub w/jets, walk in closets, 2600 sq. ft. Call Sheryi Cobb 293-6036 Century 21 JR Realty. BC PRICE REDUCTION 3' bdrm 1 3/4 ba, Lewis Home, Irg kitchen, fireplace, Nevada Room, R V prkg, Call Sheryi Cobb 293-6036 Century 21JR Realty. BC BY OWNER: 2 bdrm. 1 ba, lnterk>r completely remodeled. Enlarged bathroom, ceiling fans, central air/heat, evap. cooler, covered oatio. $95,000.620 AveF! 2931742. BC ^TASTEFUI^-3 bed, 2 bath, 2 car garage In^ ^cxceUcntcoiKUtk>n.BuUtlBl98570XlI0latvcryy^ ^ Best Buy bi Area. Ask for Peggy $83,000. ^ l^NEW ON MARKET—Never tai this life wlll you^A^ ^flnd more home for your dolbu* than bi thb^ prettigioui 4 br. cmtom, approi. 3000 sq. ft. with A '^pool, great locatloa call today for appobitmeiit. ^ ^ 1550 SF, 4 BD, IS BTH bi town kxatkin ckise to^ .shopping afTordablc prke—bring your paint. ^ brush and save. Owner will carry. "^ ^2850 SF OF LUXURIOUS UVING at Its con-. ^temporary lest Fabulous kitchen. Neutral colors.^ ^ 12 ft celling. M/B with spa. Open Hoor plan. 3 car^ .^.garage. 120 x 135 k>L Choice location. Ask for.^. ?•"• i JLAREA'S BEST BUYI—3 BD—Bay wfaidows—jk. 7 pride of ownership total of 1900 SFon 120 x 165^ ^k>t. Rear and skies walled, ready for pool. Very^ y^nkc cozy family home waiting for you. Low^ .jL.down—Dcdrable nclghliorhood j. ^"SONORA MODEL" Shows well—1615 SF aktif ^ Undscaphig km down. Priced Right ^ *nCTURE PERFECT" was a model, 2200 SF of* -^comfortable living, 2 btbs, walking distance to^ .year around school and park. Beautiful front^ yard, ready for youl 566-6700 109 Water St. • (Located in Valley Bank BMg.) if •••••••••••••••• BUY NOW Great Interest rates—Great values TWO STORY DEL PRADO-lmmaculate 4 bdrm. 2 1 /2 bath with large family room and kitchen, lots of storage, Inside laundry, 2 car garage, RV pkg. All new Stalnmaster carpet, freshly painted. Underi appraisal $162,500. LOWEST PRICE—for 3 bdrm newer Lewis wHh bonus room. Covered patio, 1 car garage, room for RV. Good location. $123,500. so MANY PLUSES—Lewis Prestige with 4 bdrms, 2 baths, living room with fireplace, family room, fenced pool. Assumable loan. Beautifully upgraded with ceramic tile and neutral decor. $162,000. FOR RENT Office/commercial space 320 South BIdr. Hwy., Henderson. Over 1700 square feet or owner will subdivide. TERMS! BOULDER DAM REALTY Call Beth 293-4663 Office or Home 293-7074 HOUMNQ OffOimTV JR REALTY Em GREEN VALLEY-Cool Pool—Enchanting Coleman home—four bedrooma over 2000 sq. ft—doeani need a thIngHust move in—Unbelievable price of $159,900. BciuLDER CITY—Mobile home on Its own lot—comas furnished—extremely well kept—ideal location overk>okingoM airport Only $99,000. OUR BEST VALUE HOMES— 126 Beech 3 Bedrooms $67,000 139 ConstKutton 3 Bedrooms $62,500 1804 Ward 2 Bedrooms $59,500 845 Center 3 or 4 Bedrooma $73,900 132 Kola 3 or 4 Bedrooms $76,500 FOR THE HORSE SET—Delightful custom home—maturetreesglve the llluston of a shady forest—tack room Included. New kitchen cabinets—Call for Detaila. ANXIOUS IS THE WORD-Absolute Best Buy In a Townhouse—Three Bedroom—Two Story—Private Yard—Two Car Garage—Just $81,900. NEW ON THE MARKET—321 W. Rochelle Three bedroom, 2 full baths—corner tot—only $85,900. JUST USTED-Lawla 2 story 4 bedroom home—garage profeaatonally converted to game room—nice condKton—Meal for the growing family. MOVE INTO GREEN VALLEY—Thia Charming 3 bedroom home haa a formal dining room, tile roof and redwood spa la included Call for appointment to aee. MOVE RIGHT IN-No need to bring a paint bruah—excellent condition oeramlctile entryand kitchen—ebmp brtek fireplace in Ihring roonv-2 car garage—Nice Family neighborhood. DON'T MISS THIS WINDOW. OF OP^ PORTUNITY VA rate la 8 1/2 FHA la negotiable. Call aoon to be prequalified. 204 IV. Pacific Ave., Hcnderaon M564-5142 •indxtadaakolCtMarZI IM EMM Coiicnton EqMl Hmka CMAI* EACH OFRct lOEPEWENTLV OMNEO AND OPEMTEO 293-6014 & ASSOCIATES 1325 Arizona Street • Boulder City, 89005 HOMES LAND BUSINESS INVESTMENT CONSULTANTS PROPERTY MANAGEMENT BOULDER CITY CUSTOM ON DOUBLE LOT WITH views of lake. Dining room, family room, huge 2 sided brick fireplace, game room olT pooL 4 bdrm4 bath, beauttfUUy landscaped. $298,50a COMFORTABLE LIVING over 1100 sq. ft. on corner lot Brick fireplace. Central heat and air. Only $99,500. LAKEVIEW AREA COIVDO 2 bdrm, 2 1/2 bath. $129,900. STEAL ME! 5 bdrm, 3 bath, close to school, assumable loan. $117,500. LAKE MEAD DREAM nesUed among natural rock that adds to Uie delight of this TrI level w/pool and waterfall ofTlrg. family rom. Spectacular view fhtm open living area and deck. $285,000. 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, ResUurant, turnkey operation. Successftil established k>cation 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 ft-om this very private estate reached by 500 ft long lighted driveway. Tile roofed, 4 bdrm, 3 bath, stone fireplace and spacious family room, air conditioned RV oversized garage with hidoor/ outdoor dog nm, separate guest house w/ bath. Large 20 x 38 swlnUng pool wi^i auto/ cover, diving board, underwater |ightliig. Many extras, minutes to Lake Mead and convenient to Las Vegas. Seeing Is believing! Call Bart for details. HENDERSON/GREEN VALLEY GREEN VALLEY HEIGHTS—BcauUftil 3 bdr 2 3/4 ba, 2 car garage, private spa. Won't last long at $158,500. Bluffs Condo 5U Suiter's MIU Rd., 2 bdrm, 2 bath, 1 car garage $90,000. Mt Charleston Condo—1 bdnn himlshed $68,500. Tuesday, October 8,1991 REAL ESTATE BCBY0WNER4bdrm1 3/4 ba, family room, pod. Re-decorated and many upgrades. $159,000. Licensee 293-5813. BC Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Page 13 REAL ESTATE 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 f^^-^ DOME REALTY 1610 Nevada Highway )ulderCHy, Nevada 89005 BOULDER CITY HOMES PRICE REDUCED! 1298 SHENANDOAH. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, full length awnkigs, new stove,newdlahwaaher.Cerpetedthroughout NOW ONLY $79,500. Owner licensee. GREATFAMLYHOME-Oood k>cstk>n-3,400 square feet livable—5 bedrooms, 3 baths $324,000.00. THATS RIGHT! 3 bedroom, 2 bath home In BouMer City for only $l 15,000.00. Bonus room for storage and sewing/hobby room, double garage. Complete with fruit trees and "chibnousa." 702/293-1613 • 293^267 REAL ESTATE LOW DdWN lease optbn terms negotiable, will help set terms to fit your budget. 2, 3 & 4 bedrooms. Call American Family Realty 454-2878. FOR SALE 1 bed 1 bath, lower level Condo, very private, new washer/ dryer included, $45,500, Call Sheryi Cobb 2936036 Century 21 JR Realty. BC FORSALEBYOWNERUpgraded BC 5-plex, gross $29,700. Cair2941362 leave message. Principals only BC. ASSUMABLE NO QUALITY. Very low down, 3 bdrm 2 full bath, newcarpet, large kitchen, call Sheryi Cobb 2936036 Century 21 JR Realty. BC REAL ESTATE NEW ON THE MARKET 4 bedroom, 13/4 bath, 2 car garage, established neignbornood, clean as new, full landscaping, sngi story, covered RV r arking, 384 Jann Dr. 105,900. Kiome Network Realty 252-5757 Call Dale Thompson 5643477. CUST0fir4 bdrm 2 1/2 bath 2100 sq.ft. near golf course. Lrg. back yard, RV parking. 293-4584. BC HENDERSON-Starter/ Retirement Dream. Immaculate former model (Mirrors, wallpaper, tile, F/P), LV. view 1241 Equestrian, 2 Br., 1 3/4 Ba., 2 Gar, 1,298 SF. $92,000. Owner-Days 434-7395 Eves. 2935342. TWO BDR*^ CONDO WITH ALL APPLIANCES for rent or sale. Call 6494480. BC HOUSE FOR SALE Southwest style home, overtooks Lake Mead, very large 3 bdrm 2 ba, Irg sunken tub in master bath, off private outdoor atrium, pool/spa, very private, Sheryi Cotib 2936036 Century 21 JR Realty. BC BY OWNER. Ig. beautiful custom home w/ basement price red'jced, 5 txlrm, 4 k>ath, 2 car gar. wKh bathroom, well Insulated, k>w utilities & lots of brnk $299,000. 5660203. THREE BEDROOM, 1 bath in Lake view. Refrigerated air $89,500. Owner Licensee. 2931613 days 293-1598 nhes. BC HENDERSON REALTY ITS AS GOOD AS DONE. MORTOAOE RATES NEARINO LOWEST POIIMT IN 14 YEARS Those of you who have been hesitating to buy are strongly urged to take advantage of today'a tow interest rates for easier qualifying and tower payments. CUSTOM HOMES From $90,000 Bdr Bth 1651 Stirrup 3 3 1530 WagonwhMl 3 2 1640 Turf 3 2 1601 TumblW90d 4 23/4 1611 Tunnbl0W99d 3 2 160 W. Country Ckib 3 1 3/4 HIGHLAND HILLS From $89,900 Bdr Bath$ 720 Arrowhead Trail 4 2 843 Mainsail 4 2 601 Canyon 3 2 706 Sugarcana 4 2 846 Vermllllon 3 13/4 RIVER LANDING From $105,000 Bdr Batha 171 Anchoret 3 2 929 Anchor Dr. 3 2 147 Emdan 3 2 853 Schoonar 3 2 360Emdan 3 21/2 AFFORDABLE FAMILY UVING OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY 12-4:30 PM OCT-13 at 616 Ave. D, Boulder City. You Must See this Beautiful New Home. 3 bdrm. 2 full baths, large rriaster bedroom, 2 car finished gar..fireplace, skylight, approximately 1400 sq. ft. See you there! INCOME OVER $1,500 PER MO. Three Units on a lot in Boulder City. Assume 1st TD on this 2 bdrm House, a 2 txlrm 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 Boulder City is ideal for 1 sttime buyers. Lg. Kit., Bay Window, Carport, RV Pai1 Onkinr 11 RMI E(Mi CotponlMi EquriHoiMlneQppwIunlqr ^ IND0>CtOBm.rOIMEOAND< /imeiicana^jSHome^. Groun.REALTORS I I H^ -1-t-and Gardens'^' ^ Group. REALTORS "Independently Owned and Operated' CALL ABOUT THESE SPECIAL BOULDER CITY HOMES VIEW—LAKE—VIEW-nAbsolutely incredibto view of lake can be youra from thia prestigloualy located Claremont Heights lot. One of the most sxcluaive areaa in southern Nevada. Surrounded by beautiful custom honoes and breathtaking mountains. Financing conakiered with large down. $215,000 T:40042. 21004Sa FT. This home has CHARIM, almost 2 HOMES IN 1. Guest quarters are fully furnished and has 1 bedroom, 1 full bath, living room, full kitchen and has separate entrance and utilities. Main house has3 bedrooms, 13/4 baths, den. Living room and dining area combo has bulK In china cabinet and woodburning stove. Well maintained home with tots of storage and double carport with alley acceaa. $129,000 T:36883. CUSTOM BEAUTY. Built by an engineer. 1664 aq. ft with 3 bedrooms, 2 baths. This home haa It ALL—aecurity aystem, electronic air cleaner, built-in vacuum, water aoftener and purlftoation system, kitercom, energy efftoiont lighting. Handcrafted drawers and cablneta. 2 car garage with efficient lighting. Handcrafted drawers and cabkiets. 2 csr garage with ak conditioned workshop, benches and garage door opener. $138,500 T:38206. LAKE MOUNTAIN ESTATES. Sensattonal Lake View. 2 bedroom, 2 batha with huge walk-In ctoseL Super Landscaping with covered oatio a tote of storage and a large laundry room 1,664 square ft. PRICE REDUCED TO $148,990. i WONT LAST: 2,300 aq and gazabo. .25 acre, '^m bar & fireplace ki famll\^^ car garage, swlm-ln-placa spa maintenance landscaping, wet $195,500. T:2628& 2625 Green Valley Pkwy., Henderson 458-8888 1 ^OULDEj DAM^ REALTY! umiv 293*4663 THINKING OF BUYING7...N0W IS THE TIME!! IGREAT SELECTIONS & GREAT BUYS ON OUR FREE LIST OF ALL PROPERTIES ON MARKET IBY ALL AGENCIES! RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL INCOME LOTS RENTALS 1664 NEVADA t1WY;,~ -Mirshill Plan' BOULDER Cmr.NV 89005. nAttofPirklncr **EMy Aooett OoMiMIMM PH Hn:8iin8pin FAX:70^2ftM645 AFTER HOURS CALL: 702Mary Board. 293-7254 Lkiette Davla^ 293-1097 Criatlna Le Breton 2934116 Roberta llcLsan 294-1730 Elton Lamb Stromberg.. 293-6508 Beth Deane, BROKER.. .293-7074 ^ Sunday & Evenings by Appt ** CALL ABOUT THE NEW 8 LAKE VIEW I LOTS FROM 118K REAL ESTATE HENOERSONSTARTER/RETIREMENT Dream. Immaculate former model (mirrors, wallpaper, tile, f/js), LV. view. 1241 Equestrian, 2 br, 13/4 ba, 2 gar, 1,298 sf. $92,000. Owner Days 434-7395 eves 293-5342. 80 FOR SALE OR LEASE Two warehouses in prime Boulder City Location. Drive by 707 Canyon^. Then call 294-0225. be BY OWNER Golf coursei home, 3190 sq. ft. 4bdrm 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/Tamily room & office, 1 car garage 1222 Paiute Dr. Owner Lie. $122,500. 293-4284 for appointment. BC BEAUTIFULnew custom home just completed, 4 bdrm, 2 1/2 bath 2260 sq. ft., ceramic tile thruout, sunken great room w/wet bar & ^1, 2 car gar. $229,900. 2930643. FOR SALE by owner beautiful historic BC home in xint neightx>rhood 1744 sq.ft. 3 bdrmnursery/office, hardwood floors, fam rm, dining rm, great yard with 6' red-' wood fence in back. Will not last long at $127,500. 294-2970. LAS VEGAS! POOL! 3 Huge bedrooms, 21 12 baths, living room with fireplace, dining room, kitchen complete with center island and all appliarx^s, family room, 2250 sq. ft. home with doubto garage. Sunken yard for privacy with 16 x 38 sparkling pool. House freshly painted outstoe, full bk>ck wall, maintenance free landacaping. This home is located on wide, beautifully kept street, near best schools, near freeway, near shopping. This is a great location and is being sold by original ownerl Hurry! Hunyl They are beating down our frostod glass & wood double front doors. Asking $150,500. Owner will carry with $30,000 dwn. Principals only. See at 3628 Vatoncia Street. LV or call 458-5533. ESTABLISHED BUSINESS IN BC under $20,000, for sale. Low overhead. Beauty Shop. Call Sheryi Cobb 2936036 Century 21 JR Realty. BC NEW ROOFI 3 bdrm 2 bath, family room In double garage, woodburning fireplace, concrete block fence, laroe tot-See at 424 Daffodil, Henderson$82,500. Licensee 2931613 day 293-1598 nite. BC VERY NICE 3 bdrm, 2 bath, 2 car garage, frpic, landscaped, jacuzzi, covered patio, block walls, near Bask; High $15,000 dwn & assume pymts of $775 or new ban. 565-7646. CASH NOW! I'll buy your home & pay all costs 434-3331 DARWIN BIBLE Member of Exckialve COLDWELL BANKER Preaklents Circto Conalatant multl-mlllton dollar member Also, llcenasd aucttoneer COLDUieLL BANKER • PAULGARGIS& ASSOCIATES Call Darwin 293-3996 <^ OPMmuMTT LOVELY RANCHETTE on Russell Rd. in Las Vegas. This home Is one of a kind. Retired ranchers dream. Call for list. $359,000. COMING SOON IN BOULDER CITY. Lovely 4 bdrm home with new mother in law quarters or huge privste master bedroom In rear. Lrg. Lot and lots of xtraa. BOULDER CITY BAIT AND TACKLE SHOP wHh exceltont tocation, equipment and lease. Reduced to $50,000. BOULDER CITY 4 BEDROO^QV.0 on Northrldge. Lovely home. BOULDER CITY 3 BEDROOVtf'OVSth. 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 tocated in Calienta. Low down and exceltont terms. Two bdrm home. Garage and large lot only $59,500. B HILL LOT with breathtakirw^vPLots of site work completed. I $125,000 ^^ Solid eight inch tog walls. To 3UVpor words $107,000 m^ DICK BLAIR REALTY 833 NEVADA HWY., BOULDER CITY (702) 293-2171 ttr AFTCK HOUIS CALL Patt; GtilTc7.S|Mcr 23475 Marilyn J.ni. 294.524 Andru Andcnon. J93.322I Jbn GottrrtdMn. 2SM174 Rhondi Sledge. 293-7975 RkhMoynihan .23-lll2 DalcCoadH. J4-l*14 Bob Bteir, Broker 293.2M9 Serving Boulder City Since 1988 HOMES SUPER BUY—PRICED $10,000 BELOW APPRAISAL Cuslo(nlzed^"<%M Prado w/larg workahop/gar, U^QV^^I^ednna, 2+ bath, custom feature T^i^SE LOT with spa & lots of RV pkg. REDUCED TO $199,500. UPGRADED LEWIS HOME W/POOL 3 bed. 2 ba. 2cargar. fam. rm,F.P.near Golf CourtaSI 65,000. 2 BED. 1 BA. Cwtlral AC/Heal, garage. $86,500. SPECTACULAR LAKE VIEWI4 \MA., 4 1/2 ba., 2 car gar., fam. rmJF.P. & wet l>ar, game rm., over '3,200 sq. ft $350,000. BEAUTIFUL UPGRADED LEWIS HOME. 3 bedrm, 2 iMlh, 3 car garage. Corner lot, large pool & spa, near golf course. Desirable at $255,0001 2 bedroom, 2 3/4 bath, covered pallo, family room, very popular floor plan prkied to sell at $125,000. % 1,728 sq. ft., great area neer golf course 4 bedrm. 1 3/4 ba. extra nice kitchen with ceramic tile counters, beautiful cabinets, 2 car gar. pool & spa, RVparldng. $185,000. 3 bedrm., 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. h. 3 bdrm, 2 ba, den. Large great room, tile roof, 2 car garage plua circle drive and RV parking. $199,900. BRAND NEWII CUSTOM HOME, 4 BEDRM., 2 BA., 2 CAR GAR., TILE ROOF, Cov. patio, culde-sac. $239,000. UNIQUE HOME-4 blrm, 4 ba., 22'x3r GREAT RM., F.P., 3 car gar., COMPLETELY CUSTOM. $350,000. CONDOMINIUMS LAKETREE TOWNHOUSE-2 bed., 1 ba., 2 car gar. NEWLY PAINTED INTERIOR, $96,000. LOTS OF EXTRAS IN THIS KEY LARGO HOMEII 1331 sq. ft. 2 bed. 2 ba. 2 car gar. VIEW LAKE. waterfall ft sm. wading pool. Built In Bar-B-O AND MORE $189,500. COMMERCIAL RENTALS Office ft Offteemhaa. Specs CALL FOR DETAILS MODULAR HOMES THIS 3 Bed. 1 3/4 Bath home SHOWS UKE A DREAM I EXTRA LARGE LOT-gorgeous view Mtns. & 2-3 car carport $92,500. 20' X 40' Sparta, located In well established, 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 t>edrm. 2 ba. upgraded throughout. Just right for "Eaay Uving" $91,500. GINGERWOOD MOBILE HOME EXCEL COND. 14 X 66 2 bed. 2 ba. all appt. carport, cov. patio. $28,500. 1,42S sq. ft., 2 bedrm., 1-3/4 ba., 2 car Lake Mtn. Estates. $123,500. garage. LAND This lot ready to build on with exceptional view of lake & mtna. PRICED TO SELL AT $110,000. 1/2 ac. lot, Sub 11, exceptional view city & Mtns. $99,900. READY TO BUILD? This lot la for you. View of City k Mtns. 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 LAKE MEAD-1 ac. lot OWNER WILL CARRY & PROVIDE UTIL $158,000. .34 Acre. Nice lot FOR YOUR HOMEII Desert View $90,000. RENTALS NEW HOME-3 bed, 2 ba. 2 car gar $850. NOW. Avail. 3 bed. 2 ba. 2 car gar. RV Parfcg. encl. palto. $875. Avail. Nov. 1 3,000 aq. ft 4 bed. 2 ba. pool, on golf course fam. rm. avaU. Sept. 15 $1,200. NICE 2 bed. 1 ba. housa fenced rear yard new paint t drapes AVAIL OCT. 1 $625.00. CONDO—2 bed. 11/2 IM. oomm. pool, 2 car park sp. aH appl. child ok, no pou. $600. TOWNHOUSE 2 bed. 2 1/2 ba. view Lake, 2 earparka, cMM ok pet?? $850.00. eov< Ofltoe Whse. Comb., 900 sq. ft., DELUXE OFFKE SP., 1,020 aq. ft. whsei PRKEO AT APPRAISAL CALL FOR INFa CONDO—ground floor 2 bed. 2 ba. 2 earpons. aig. area. $57^.00 avaH. NOW. CENTRALLY LOCATED CONDO, ground ftoor 2 bed. 2 beth, NO PETS $495. 8top by and pick up your FREE CURRENT IJ8T OF PROPERTIES AVAUABU FOR SALE TOLL riB! i-00M2MBI0 bt. sncnrry IND DmEBRirr is ooi SPKCIALTY

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i V IP ipil|iiqi ^i^itm^^m^mimm^immiimfi mmm M Page 14 Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 1 1/4acrsin Dolan Springs AZ. All util. & septic tank are in. New 32 X 32 garage w-3/4 bath. Fen(d. Excellent view of valley. $24,900 or make offer. Call Stan 293-2583. BC -JOSIE OLSONREAL ESTATE WfTH AN HONEST DIFFERENCE Josle Olson has built her reputation on honestly, experience and outstanding service. There is a difference behween realtors. For a tvochure about Josie's Real Estate services or for more information about the Real Estate market, call Josie today. Get honest answers to your Real Estate questions. 454-7400 389-1100 JACK MATTHEWS & CO 2 Bedroom, 2 bath home. For sale by owner. Beautifully landscaped front ano back yard, Jacuzzi, fruit trees and much more. Excellent neighborhood, must see. Priced to sell. $89,900. Call 564-9794. GREEN VALLEY, clean & cozy 2 story. 1250 s.L 1 plus 3/4. plus 1/2, tots of extras. Motivated seller, asking $109,900. Call Alex, Century 21 Action Network, eves. 456-6096orCellular3784970. VET o, NOT! OWN YOUR OWN HOME • • '"ti Oi.di\>g Free Lists Latest VA and HUD Repo into Providing the highest quality servce leading lo home ownership through VA NO DOWN A FHA LOW DOWN Qovertifnent programs !!! VETERANS!!! And Active Military • No DoAii Payrrent to $184 OOO • No Escrow Fee • 459-8387 • 24 Hrs Open 7 days Broker A Franchisee of Veteran Real Estate Franchise Corp Each Office is Independently Owned and Operated Veteran Housing Center 5000 E. Bonanza Rd. at Nellla next to K-Mul REAL ESTATE CUSTOM HOME on 1/2 acre Sec. 19.2,000 plus 8.f.4bdrm $127,000. No Realtors 565-8180. VERY NICE 1132 s.f. 3 bd., 2 ba. w/RV parking & mountain view. Assumable, no aual. motivated seller, asking $86,900. Call Alex, Century 21 Action Network, eves. 456-6096, or Cellular 378-4970. BOULDER CITY ON THE GOLF COURSE OWNER FINANCE. 3 bdrm., 1 3/4 bath, open house Sat.. Sun. 12-5 p.m. 1552 Sandra, $215,500. BC. SEU.ERS LOSS.. BUYERS GAIN Reduced $6,600 to expmOta MUI 9 bdr, 1-3/4 both, mobile w/pool, beautiful ovenlzed aacluded lot, view included $69,900 "ASK FOR' kcky Pantuio, CENTURY 21 HENDERSON REALTY 564-2515 or S65-8I81 (home) RED HOT DEALS Need to cell NOW) Baye seTcral to choose from.Stuting witli 6 bdrm* or lets. Tenua ft easy financing. Perfect for first time home buyers Call todaf, 451 -2793 or 595-9344 uk for Unda. ERA SUNBELT CONTACT: RICHARD GUr OFFICE: C702) 458-8888 PAGER: (702) 388-1873 HOME (702) 283-4815 TOLL FREE: 1-800-286-4915 Want to Buy or Sell-Call Richard >4merlcana tl^ei^ Group*.(. iiinH2sSs§ a INDEPENDENTLY OWNED S OPERATED 2625 N. Green Valley Pkvvy.. Suite 150, Green Valley, NV 89bl4 I ^.Jl lW / ^TTT^ MoneyWorld ^ %\iji^ REALTORS* m 3280 E. Troplcani UVig*>,NVN121 OFHCE:(702)4U.M0 MOBILE: (702) t7t-4ai5 FAX: (7M) 454-7371 HOME: (703) S6S-49M M0 ^"^ ^^t BONNIE LYOA RMUOM NEW HOME BUYERS CALL FOR OUR LOW LOW HOMEOWERS RATES Discounts: No Hassles New Home One Call Non Smokers Docs It All Alarm — Senior 456-8119 ^0. Green Valley Pkwy. CALLCOLDWELLBANKER COLDWELL BANKER ANCHOR REALTY OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK! FAX: 293-7780 501 Nevada Hvvy., Boulder City 293-5757 IB FREE! U8T OF ALL HOMES FOR SALE IN BOULOER CITY. GET ON OUR MAIUNG LIST. ADULT AREA HXOBILE HOME—3 bdrm, 1 1/2 baths, 1 car garage. $91,913. LARGE TWO BEDRM MOBILE with 3 car garage and RV covered parking. Huge patio over garage with view of lake. $196,000. 1295 SHENANDOAH—2 bdrm, 2 full baths, extra room wHh rftdwood decking and spa. Big lot with steel storage bkig, $92,000. 1300 SHENANDOAH—2 bdrm, 1 bath. $75,900. TWO U DOLCE VITA CONDOS-One $77,500 & on* $87,000. TRPLEX—close to banks, shopping. $139,900. BOULDER SQUARE CONDO—2nd level, 2 bdrm. $67,000. ONE OF THE LONGEST ESTABLISHED RESTAURANTS IN TOWN. Shown by appt. only, $347,000, includes land, bidg, business. FIXER UPPER golf course area. 3 bdrm, 2 bath, large tot, family rm wKh f/p. $152,500. CORNER LOT 4 BDRM-walkIng distsnce to school, family rm with f/p. $139,900. SMALL ONE BDRM-11 Avs. L, $59,900. THREE BDRM, 1 bath, full basement $87,900. 664 AVE [X-3 BDRM, 1 bath 1 car garage. $78,900. KEY LARGO CONDO—1500 s.f. 3 bdrm. includes appiianoss, 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—cornsr tot, 4 bdrm, 23/ 4 baths, RV parking, 2 car garage. $219,500. LAKE AREA—2 bedroom townhouae. Converted garage with f/p A storage. Upgraded & view of lake. $126,500. CUSTOM HOME AREA OVERLOOKING LAKE. Three bedrtn, 2 3/4 baths. Large lot, room for pool. Many upgrades. $236,500. ^ LARGE FOUR BEDRM-establlshed srea, large family room and Ihring room. $125,900. ei90OCati>MiaanlurflwldMWItoriEMM.AnE4iMilOp(MnunlrCnpaiy. 1^ £qjttou*kitOfpaituitj.6omCMcmMiptnttr0/(>iin6iniOf )m ttd REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE NEW CUSTOM home 1950 sq ft, 1/2 acre, 3 bdrm, 2 bath, many options $132,000. 565618. See at 100 W. Longacres. HD SPYGLASS HILL CONDO IN BC 687 MariM Dr., No. 39. 2 bdrm, 2-1/2 baths. Wos model unit. Call Desert Empire Realty, aJk for Lorry, office 251.5495orl)om3e46356. Owner/Licensee FOR SALE BY OWNER 2-etory l.ewlt Home w/ pool, 2400 aq. ft., excellent condition, reduced $12,000 to $164,500.294-1239.80 NEEDTOSEU YOUR HOUSE? WE WILL BUY IT NOW WOAA 293-1613 G.A."Cufty"SmHh VETERAN9 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. (Desert SUN REALTY *>>i YOUR ONE-STOP Real Eetata Company 1311 NEVADA HIGHWAY REALTOR MULTTUUSTVa •emcf MLS CALL 24 HRS. (702J 2934151 FAX • 293-0000 BOULDER CITY, IW 89005 Hours: 9:00-5:00 MON-SAT. and By Appoin tm ent LARGE FAMILY HOME: Room for all the extras, good valley I view, one-third acre, nearly new. 1313 Highland Ct. $269,900. MOBILE HOME LOT: Lowest price In B.C., nice comer lot ready for your new home, $51,550. I NEW CUSTOM RANCH: 1/3 acre, valley view, 3BR, In-home I office, family room, and more. See today, only $189,950. BUILDING LOTS: nice selection Including exclusive Lake I views from $75,000. Stop by today for Info.. COMMERCIAL PROPERTY: see us for your needs, also some nice highway frontage property, ready to build or lease. RENTALS"* RENTALS: see separate ad for B.C., Immediate possession. BUYING REAL ESTATE? YOU NEED A BUYER'S AGENT: ASK US! • QUAL HOUSINO OFPORTUMTY FULL-TIME • FULL-SERVICE SINCE 1879 STOP BY OUR OFFICe AND LOOK OVER THE MANY OTHER PROPERTIES AVAUABIE Jensen 's Realty lalH THE BEST FOR YOU 564-3333 219 WATER STREET SERVING HENDERSON SINCE 1978 Randy ONEOFOUReEST 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. PARADISE HILL5-$29,950 and $39,950..Two 1 acre lots on Dufort and Foothills Just west of College. CALL PEGGY BENEDICT. BEAUTIFUL HOME In a wonderful neighborhood. So many upgrades! Plush neutral colored carpet, mini-bllnds, ceiling fans and many more. Added bonus!!!! Screened sitting porch with a view of the lush landscaping. Call Sharl or Tsrrle. LEWIS HOMES: Real ntee for the Investor, First Time Buyer, or Retiree, 3 bedroom, 1.75 bath, wood burning stove, fenced yard, landscaped, covered patio, much more!!! Priced at $72,500. Call Don. MOBILE HOME LOT, ALREADY HAVE A MOBILE HOME OR BUYING A NEW ONE??? Bring it to Sunrise Htobile Estates, In Henderson of Course!! For more info. CALL RANDY. GREEN VALLEY—3 bedroom, 2 bath, 2 car garage. Call Joe or VIvi to see!!!! Sec. 27-1/2 acre p^cels, beautiful custom home building lots in fast growing neighborhood. One lot on Derby, one on Quarterhorse. HURRY vacant Sea 27 land Is going fast! Call Paul or Elayne for details. WHAT A GREAT HOUSE!! This 3 bedroom, 1-3/4 bath home Is perfect for your family with Its big landscaped yard and huge garage. Great Financing Too! Prk:ed at $88,900. Call Don. HIGHLAND HILLS BEAUTY—Almost 2500 sq. fL, 3 bdrm, 2 baths, 2 car garage. Enormous family room with custom brick fireplace. Landscaped, bkick walls & a gate for R.V. access. Call Randy. 1.04 ACRE READY FOR YOUR DREAM HOME!! Fantastic view of the Valley and Mountains. Corner lot on top of all this. Call Ten-le or Sharl. COMMERCIAL ADS 2.5-7.5 ACRES ON ANNIE OAKLEY Possible Commerdal Zoning north of Sunset Contact Luke. LUKE WORKS TO RLL YOUR COMMERaAL AND INDUSTRIAL NEEDS. PRIME COMMERCIAL LOCATION—10.45 acres on BoukJer 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 unite are leased. Owner wants to trade equity for vacant land. CALL KEN. .^ ^ YOGURT SHOP-ln Henderson, well established buslnen, great I opportunity. $120,000. CALL DON FOR DETAILSe OFFICE BUILDING 800 SO. FT., Across from the Henderson CKy I Hall. Call Jim for Information. Across From The New City Hall and Convention Center Tuesday, October 8,1991 FULL TIME REAL ESTATE AGENTS E.R.A. SUNBELT REALTY Is coming to Green Valley Dec 1901 This branch office will be loceted at Sunset and Whitney Ranch Rd Find out what It takes to become a member of our 1 st In servloe team Call Rich LIppon or Ray Smith ^:=^ ^C7 ^^ ^CP' 364-1699 All inquiries and Interviews confidential PAUL GARGIS & ASSOCIATES RESIDENTIAL REAL ESTATE An IndependenUy CXvned and Operated Memlwr ol Coldwell Banker (Residential Altiiiates, inc. NICE AND EASY—Describes this 3 bedroom home. Nk to come home to It's mature shady front yard and easy to afford at only $77,000. Fenced front and rear cloae to schools and park and this home has enjoyed good care! Ask for Dean Moorman or Brenda Simmons to see property P:48824. GRACIOUS UVING-ln this Boukler CHy Condo, no yardwork, quiet area, 2 bedroom, 11/2 bath, waahar/dryar stay. Call Anne Smith for details. ALL YOU COULD ASK FOR—Open airy 1 story—3 bedroom custom on over 1/2 acre wHh a aparklbig pool/apa, 3 car garage, circular driveway. A must seel Call Dorie about property M:42006. STOPLOOKING—THISISIT—Beautifully upgraded2bedroom condo, private gated courtyard, near freeway, shopping, schools and AFB. Call K.C. about property T:47515. LOWEST, LOWEST PRICE—SIERRA VISTA RANCHOS—Corner lot on .87 acre, 3 bedrooms, 24-3/4 baths, mature landscaping, open floor plan. Call Anne Smith about property M:42533. MULTI-LEVEL CUSTOM HOME-^ bedroom-4 baths, guest quarters, 2 car garage w/auto door opener. Island kHchen, custom cabinets, formal dining room, separate family room, covered patto, RV parking. Call Wendy Williams or Brands Bird about property S:48673. PARTY TIME—Custom 4 bedroom, large family room & large game room, approx. 1/2 acre, view of the city and mountains. Prioad at $159,500. Call Doris Johnson about property K:22528. GOLF COURSE LIVING—Beautiful viewaof the golf course,mountaln8, & city lighta, l story-3 bedroom, 2 bath home, sunken living room, large dining room, fireplace. Priced at $129,900. Call Doris Johnson for details. GREAT FAMILY HOME NEW HIGH SCHOOL—4 bedroom, 2.5 baths, priced to sell, solar acreene, wet bar, block wall, large living room. Priced at $115,000. Call Elaine SmKh about property J:47109. REDUCED IN HIGHLAND HILLS-Two story 4 bedroom—1 plus batha on a corner lot, 2 car garage w/auto door opener, formal dining room, fireplace. Priced at $109,900. Call Sharon Kozar about property S:43943. BEST BUY IN SECTION 19-3 bedroon>—1 bath, corner tot, built-in bookcases large master bedroom with comer fireplace, new carpet, new paint Priced at $108,950. Call Sharon Kozar about property K:35321. HERE IT IS—Two story, 4 bedroom, 2 full baths, 2 car garage w/auto door opener, pantry area, fireplace, rolladan ahuttere. Priced at $97,800. Call Angle about property D:33022. WOODRIDGE ESTATES HOME—Very popular area, close to schools and shopping, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, fireplace, blinds. Call Elaine Smith about property H:44143. HIGHLY UPGRADED WELL KEPT FAMILY HOME—3 bedroom—U3/ 4 bath, fireplace, tbrmal living room, huge yard w/plenty of shade trees, sun-patk> room. Priced at $89,900. Call Brtnda Bird or Wendy Wllilama about property K:31351. CORNER LOTTWO BEDROOM-Many upgrades, hot tub plus waterfall, all furnKure for sale. Prk:ed at $83,500. Call Anne SmHh about property L:46835. DON'T MISS THIS HIGHLY UPGRADED TOWNHOUSE—3 bedroom, 2 full iMtha, 2 car garage w/auto door opener, garden window, window coverings throughout, water conditioner. Priced at $78,977. Call Brenda Bird or Wendy Williams about property R:38894. WHAT A BEAUTY—2 bedroom--2 full baths, 1 car garage w/auto door opener, custom drapes, custom kitchen cabinets, mountain view, lots of cement work. Priced at $74,990. Call Angle Mundo about property K:45781. GREAT INTERIOR RENOVATION-New bathroom, tub w/)etsceramk: tile, custom cablnsts In bathroom and kitchen. New windows and Interior walla, celling fane, great 2 bedroom—1 bath only $69,900. Call Brenda Simmons about property 1:37161. NEW, NEW, NEW-New roof, plumbing, electrk;, heat/AC, carpeta, THICK—THICK Walls, mature landscaping, fruH trees, small down, owner will carry. Call Elaine or Danwln for more detaila on property H:59,500. BEST BUY IN HENDERSOrf-2 bedroom-1 bth, new roof, covered front porch, 2 storage bulMlngs, RV/Boat parking. Priced at $55,700. Call Anne about property B:45170. 24' WIDE PERMANENT ADD-0l-3 bedroom-U1/2 bath, 34 carport, RV parking, mountain city view. Priced at $42,500. Call Sharon Kozar alMut property A:48230. WHAT A PRICE—3 bedroome, 2 full baths, 2 car garage w/auto door opener, fireplace, huge living room, workshop In the back yard, RV parking. Call Brenda Bird or Wendy Williams about property R:48116. REMODELED TOWNSITE-3 bedrooms 1 full bath, big dining room, nice street, covered patio, alley aooeae, big dining room and master bedroom.' Call Brenda Bird or Wendy Williams about property C:48677. 1^ EQUAL HOUSMQ OPPORTUMTY ,otiM REALTOR* 160 East Horizon Drive Henderaon, Nevada 89015 Telephone: ^02) 564-6969 1-800-736-6960 I Taylor to build teaching garden See Page 3 Inside Sport> Wolves' Homecoming Saturday vs. Valley See Page 13 r '' J. 5 "' • 1 IN! .,^ Adamjonn ^ j^ ^ See Page B1 |m^ High 95 Low 63 Mostly clear skies with unseasonably warm days. H F M n F R^nM Nevada's Industrial Center Volume 42, 82nd Edition Henderson, Nevada 250 THE COMMUNITY'S NEWSPAPER 2 Commerce Center Dr. 564-1881 Thursday, October 10,1991 One Man's VIEW By Mike O'Callaghan Henderson's CapL Laure Rivera, the daughter of Larry and Mary Lou Ouellett and a Basic High graduate, returned firom the Persian Gulf War with a Bronze Star and a battle ribbon with two stars. While she and her husband Jim, also a captain, were in the Desert Shield and Desert Storm operations, Larry and Mary Lou took care of the children in El Paso, Texas. Both Jim and Laure arc UNLV graduates. Right now she's woiking on her MBA. Boulder City's Kathy Magee has received the highest honor a person can be given in our society. Nevada Teacher of the Year is an honor that is given to an outstanding member of the thousands of professionals who teach our children. It is really special to be called a "teacher's teacher."^ When Kathy goes back to the White House she will be representing some of Nevada's finest Not only arc teachers important to our society, so are other people we have come to take for granted. The men who picic up my garbage are vitally important to me and my family. And nobody is more important than the power company wireman when the power is out or the telephone rcpairman when I can't make a call. :— The lady who delivers the mail in my neighboihood is an important cog in our society. And nobody is morc valuable than a fircman when the garage is on firc or a policeman when you hear a burglar in the house. When was the last time you showed your appreciation for these people who make our lives comfortable and safe? Most ofus take for granted businesses and goveniment that nin smoothly. We don't take the time to look behind the many services perfoimed by others so we can appreciate their hard, and often unappreciated, efforts. Robert H. Cullins. Jr. the foreman of the 1990 Qaik County Grand Jury, and his fellow members took time to show their appreciation of a county employee. In August they nominated Trudy Springgate of the Distrid Attorney's Office to be recognized as an outstanding county employee. Cullins wrote, "As you See One Man's View, Page2 DESERT LIVING—Due to the recession, Milce Gray and his son call the desert area t>ehind the Cattle Baron in Henderson home. They have been living there fbr a year. Photo by Terry Carter Working homeless struggle to survive By Roy Theiss TVeM'j Staff Writer It has been said love conquers all things. Right now the McKinneys arc being tested by the harsh and brutal Nevada desert fortheirlove of their family. They are enduring the hardships of no electricity or ruiming water in order to Iceep their granddaughter in school, Ella McKinney said. "She's doing well in school and we don't want to change her. "Moving her would disrupt what she has learned in school and she would have to start over at the next school. I just want her to finish out where she started," McKinney said. The McKinneys are the legal guardians of their granddaughter. The mother died of an aneurysm when the child was 6 yean old. Traiisferring the granddaughter would be very hard on her, McKinney said. If pain could be used as a gauge in life, the 11year-old girl would be an o^d woman. She has experienced Hard times hit home By Roy Theiss A'fH's Staff Writer The nation's recession has affected most Americans but no one as much as one man and his son living in the desert. Because of economic misfortunes, Mike Gray and hi§ son have been living in a desert area in Henderson for the past year. "People were talking about Vegas being a boomtown, but I guess I got here at the tail end," Gray said. "Jobs have been kind of sporadic." Gray left Beaumont, Texas.,two yearsagoforabetterlife. In Texas. he worked at a chemical plant for seven years before a hostile takeover left him wi thout a job. So the electrician headed for California. "I worked in California for a while but it's such a mess in L. A. The two-hour commute and the pollution—I just couldn't stand it," Gray said. Since his arrival in the Vegas Valley, Gray has found woric occasionally. His last steady job was as an electrician for seven weeks at the new Target store opening in See Desert, Page 2 death in her family five times. When her uncle and his fiance died in a trailer fire, the giri U-aveled to Arizona in a pickup truck with the two caskets in the back. The two were buried in a family plot in Whitman, Ariz. A month ago the McKinneys had to leave the Desert Sands RV Park. The McKinneys stayed for two weeks but when the grandfather went to pay for a week's rent, the owner told him they couldn't stay after the week because they have a child. But McKinney claims there are children all over the trailer paric. "They're discriminating against my child," McKinney said. "The real reason why he wants us out of there is because our trailer is old [1972]. 1 was there Friday night and 1 saw three children playing. If it wasn't for the owner, we would still be there." Corby Smith, manager of the Desert Sands RV Park, said when the McKinneys initially rented, the management staff was unaware of a child. When staff found out, they told the McKinneys to If ave because the children's section of the paric was full. Smith added that 65 trailer spaces of the 240 in their park are for the children's section. Smith said there is no reason for the McKinneys to be living in the desert because the nearby Boulder Lakes RV Paric has room. See Homeless, Page 2 ESB pre-bid conference attracts big turnout By Katherine E. Scott A^eH'sSUff Writer At least 10 general contractors are eligible to vie for the city's new Emergency Services Building following a mandatory prebid conference Monday at City Hall. "We have high expectations for very spirited competition in the bidding." said Jess Perez, project manager for the company that designed the 61.000-square-foot complex for police, fire and other emergency services. The scheduled bid opening was postponed a week until Get 22 and may be awarded during a special meeting of the Henderson Qty Council that night. Qty Qeric "We have high expectations for very spirited competition in the bidding." Jess Perez, project manager HCA Architects Dorothy Vondenbrink said that if the bid needs further study, the issue will be placed on the agenda of the council's adjourned meeting OcL 29. Bids were originally scheduled to be opened and awarded on Tuesday, but Perez said that conflicted with the bid date of another large construction project in Southern Nevada—Moapa Valley High School. The three-story Emergency Services Building, designed by HCA Architects, is part of a civic improvement program which will eventually include a new jail, courtrooms, recreation center and convention center expansion. Contractors who wish to bid on the estimated $6.2 million Emergency Services Building were required to attend Monday's prebid conference. Perez said general Planners to set extension criteria By Aaron Mayes News Staff Writer Now that the city of Henderson has adopted a Water Allocation Ordinance, the backlog of applications held up by the document's creation must be processed. The Henderson Plarming Commission, during a special meeting Tuesday at City Hall, took the first step in the cleaning-out process by discussing some 24 extension of time requests. However, the city staff has noted that the lack of any criteria makes it hard to review individual J^ plications. Therefore, staff drafted an extension review policy for the planners and Gty Council to review. "With the adoption of the Water Allocation Ordinance, staff believes it is extremely important for the Planning Commission and staff to establish planning policies regarding requests for extension of approvals of active zoning resolutions, architectural reviews, tentative maps and variance applications," according to a stafl" draft report. Past processing has been done witiiout "clear cut" guidelines, the report noted. "This problem has now become more evident with the recent issues and concerns expressed during the growth coortlination meetings," the report said. Currently the City Council asks for a "justification letter" from each extension applicant. The letter might be used as pan of the Planning Commission's review policy along with a "yes or no" checklist, which might include questions about finance, code compliance, transportation, utilities, zoning issues and neighborhood compatibility issues. Each See Planners, Page 2 contracting companies were represented by at least 10 of more than 20 industry professionals who attended. "We're going to take the names of everybody [who attended] and we won't accept bids from anyone else." said city Public Works Department engineer Dan Wilson. Members of the city's Municipal Facilities Consuuction Committee felt that the requirement to attend the meeting would be the best way to ensure that all who vie for the contract will have been given die same information. Time allowed for construct ion See ESB, Page 7 Inside L. 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