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1993-05-04 - Henderson Home News

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1993-05-04 - Henderson Home News
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mm ^t^^m^i^^i^mn^t^^^m • • H F M n F R^O M Nevada's Industrial Center Volume 44,35th Edition Henderson, Nevada 25C THE COMMUNITY'S NEWSPAPER 2 Commerce Center Dr. ^64-1881 Tuesday, May 4,1993 Polls open today 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Neighborhood polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. today while voters cast their ballot for a Mayor, City Council Ward 3 representative and a Municipal Court Judge in the<
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f^^^imim m^mmmm ^^^^ • ^^^ I • • • i I Page 2 Hnderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Tuesday, May 4,1993 Tuesday, May 4,1993 Candidate night reveals wide qhoice by Paul Szydelko Managing Editor A little about a lot Candidate night: Thanks again to Othena Williams and the Soroptimists for inviting the News to moderate its candidate night last week at the Henderson District (Gibson) Public Library on Water Street. All but two gf the candidates for Mayor, City Council and Municipal Judge appeared. Reporter Beth Rusiecki and I moderated a discussion among the candidates and asked questions of the city's would-be leaders. ^=^ An audience of about 80 attended the event. Henderson voters today have a real choice of candidates — a choice of style, experience and views. It's been a hardfought campaign, with many candidate nights down to the wire. After tonight we'll have a few answers about the future of City Hall. Polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. today. Don't forget to vote. We were invited back for the general election candidate night, scheduled by the Soroptimists for 7 p.m. May 24 at the library. Pepcon anniversary: Five years ago today the Pepcon plant exploded and Henderson residents won't soon forget. I was still spolcts editor when we received word at our Water Street offices that the plant was on fire. After one muffled explosion that rocked downtown, reporter Mark Brennan and I prepared to go to the scene. Editor John Daily and reporter Katherine Scott had already rushed out to report the event. Brennan and I were waiting in a car at the traffic light on Lake Mead Drive and Water Street when the last, most powerful explosion occurred. The concussion of the blast, several miles away, shook the car and jerked me to the right. The news deadline was adjusted, the reports filed, the photos developed, the newspaper was printed with a large color photo and the vertical headline "BOOM!" and distributed that quiet Wednesday night. Since then: Pepcon has moved away. Kerr-McGee continues to produce ammonium perchlorate, the same solid rocket fuel additive that leveled Pepcon and the adjacent Kidd 's Marshm allow. Kidd's rebuilt its plant and now Ocean Spray Cranberries is constructing a facility in the same neighborhoodT"^— y '.. "'^-^4^:.^ Indeed, Henderson residents won't soon forget. Increased vigilance over the safety of the plants serves to protect workers and residents throughout the valley. Repeat in poor taste: The producers of "Saturday Night Live" aired a repeat over the weekend which contained a sketch that poked fun at top-ranked tennis player Monica Seles for her grunting. It was an oversight, I'm guessing, but stillTn poor taste after Seles was stabbed in the back by a deranged tennis fan Friday. Late night update: Little-known Conan O'Brien will take over "Late Night" when David Lettennan moves to CBS later this year. O'Brien, 30, has written for "Saturday Night Live," HBO's "Not Necessarily the News" and "The Simpsons." He has little on-air experience, but owns the right comedy credentials to succeed Letterman. Is It that time already? CSPAN over the weekend showed Sen. Bob Dole, R-Kan., shaking hands in New Hampshire with the caption "1996 Road to the White House." Didn't we just go through this? I Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Page 3 '^'^!'=^-^?.!P" I Leaislators shed light at town hall stabbing victim By Katherine E. Scott News Staff Wnter A Henderson woman was treated for stab wounds Friday and the man witnesses say attacked her was jailed after a neighbor stopped the assault, according to the Henderson Police Department. George L. Guevara, 25, had an initial arraignmentset for Monday du4:ing his appearance this week in Henderson Justice Court. Judge Rodney Burr set bail at $75,000 for one count of attemptedmurder and $3,000 for a charge of home invasion during his first appearance Monday. Police said the 27-year-old victim, Guevara's ex-girlfriend, was in an apartment in the Qub at the Greens complex on Ramrod Avenue in the Green Valley neighborhood. Guevara went to the aparonent about 7 a.m. Friday, police said. "After being refiised entry into the apartment, Guevara broke into the apartment as [the victim] locked herself inside of the masterbedroom," stated an HPD news release. As another occupant ran for help, the suspect kicked in a bedroom door, the news release stated. The woman "managed to escape by tearing through a bedroom window screen and climbing over a patio wall," the release added. However, police said Guevara caught her when she slipjwd on the grass near a paricing lot. "Guevara attacked the woman and stabbed her several times until a neighbor, 28-ycar-old James Aspinwall, came to her rescue." police stated. Police said Aspinwall struck Guevara fn tiic— face and k^pt him at the scene until police arrived. The victim was stabbed on both upper arms and the left side of her head, and had scratches and bruises on her chest and back as well as both arms, police said. The little-lcnown charge of "home invasion" was added to the Nevada Revised Statutes in 1989, HPD Detective Lt. Michael Mayberry said. He said the charge may be filed against "any person who by day or night forcibly enters an inhabited dwelling without permission," Tom's Sunset expands as anniversary nears By Elizabeth Rusiecki News Staff Writer Residents will see a bigger and brighter Tom "s Sunset Casino this sununer, xi'hcri the Sunset Road facility celebrates its fourth anniversary and a grand re-opening Aug.X ;/ The qalsjnq Js scheduled to tear down aif eitsVfacing wall today to begin jnqrc thAn $1 million in remodeling that will add a thirdstory facade and 3,000 more squafe%ef1|BttieBtMlng. VOijUpetitilOli is coming on line.., aitfit'S time for us to upgrade and expand anyway," casino manager Jeny Sun said Friday. "If you don't do it now, you get left behind." Sun said the casino will add a 38-foot lighted sign outside and a third, non-ftinctional level to the building. Two new entrances will lead into the casino, fflid inside, new carpeting and slot chairs will be done in Southwestern pastels. In addition, about 100 new slot "It's Still going to he Tom's, it's just going tp look nicer." Jerry Sun Casino Manager machines will be installed and fresh neon lighting will brighten the casino. Sun said. "It's going to be a whole new look, it's going to be nice," Sun said, adding the lounge area will feamre a new horseshoe-shaped bar and the remodeled restaurant will have a chuck wagon-covered buffet With a new casino rising slowly across the street. Sun said he is looking forward to a healthy competition with his new neighbors. "It'll bring them over here to this comer and they'll come and visit both spots," he said. "We're so grateftil that we're allowed i)OwTo~upgrade," Sun added. "Now we're comfortable and we got a lot of bills paid off so now we can do this thing and do it right." The casino opened Aug. 2, 1989. Sun admitted the remodeling is going to be "murder," but the casino will do its best to iceep customers happy during the hot months ahead. "We're going to be giving away a tot (rf free drinks, including Espresso and cappucii^ and free margaritas," be said. ; "And then we're going to be adding construction specials where we're going to be giving gifts away," Sun said, adding the casino will conduct raffles and add vacations to its Sunday contests. "We're going to malce a deal out of it to hang on our customers," he said. "It's still going to be Tom's, it's just going to look nicer," he added. THE DAWN OF A NEW SUNSET — Casino Manager Jerry Sun describes the extensive remodeling that will transform Tom's Sunset Casino this summer. The facility will celebrate its fourth anniversary and grand opening on Aug. 2. Photo by Brian Jones Car show winners announced The Chamber of Commerce recently announced the following winners in both the custom and stock categories of the Industrial Days car and truck show at Titanium Field April 18: T Bucket Custom First Place: Roy Delaney. Second: Nick Pavoris. Third: Gary Wcddle. Pre'48 Custom First Place: John Allie. Second: FrankLombardo. Third: Clarence Bavcr. Stock First Place: Gil Wagner. Second: Albert Strahl. 1949-54 Custom First Place: Bill and Mary Hogan. Second: Paul Gargis. Stock First Place: Jack Krictzburg. Second: Lewis Hitt. Third: Terry Prater. 1955-59 Custom First Place: Sherman ClaggetL Second: John and Dora Hale. Third: Bud and Joyce Nelson. Stock First Place: Fredrick Raucci. Second: Michael McCrimmon. Third: Ibsen Dow. 1960-69 Custom First Place: Larry and Penny Bertie. Second: Jack Gemmcr. Stock First Place: John Nelson. Second: Gary Huss. Third: Robert Zoot. 1970-79 Custom First Place: Diane Shaughnessy. Second: DJ and Debra Vargus. Third: Jerry Simicich. Stock First Place: Marie Kaufman. Second: Steve Stephenson. Third: Paul Nichols. 1980 to Present Custom First Place: Robert Strahl. Second: Chuck Smith. Stock First Place: Bob Bosley. Second: Greg Randall. Pick Up Correction Custom First Place: Sergio Diaz. Second: Wayne Haincs. Third: Ron Benoit. Stock First Place: Gary Hanna Nissan. Mini First Place: Mini convertible S-10, Larry Smith. Second: Gary Hanna Nissan. 4x4 Gary Hanna Nissan. People's Choice 1937 Ford Pick Up, Wayne Haines. Club Participation Southern Nevada Charioteers Car Qub. Goodwill Week declared President Bill Qinton has proclaimed May 2-8 as Goodwill Industries Week. The President chose the theme "The Working Solution." "Goodwill has reminded us that some of the solutions to the problems of job training and retraining have been with us all along," Clinton said. Goodwill Industries comprises the world's largest network of privately operated vocational rehabilitation programs. Goodwill's mission is to achieve the full participation in society of people with disabilities, disadvantages and other special needs by expanding their opportunities and occupational capabilities through a network of autonomous, nonprofit, community-based organizations providing services throughout the worid in response to local needs, a spokesman said. In 1992, the Las Vegas Goodwill provided employment and training for 108 individuals.— PEOPLE'S CHOICE — Wayne Haines, Incorrectly Identified in last week's edition, won first place, People's Choice Award, during the Industrial Days Car Show with his 1937 Ford. Photo bj Briu Jones .HENDERSON^il^SS^ rHOIWi E N EVlfS An Independent Newspaper Founded JuneJJPSl -~ PublbiMd vry Tiicidar and Thundn morning at 2 Commerce Center Drive, Hendcraoa, Nevada bv HBC Pul>llcations Inc. Second dan poMaac paid at Hendcnon, Nevada. (USPS 516649) POSTMASTER: Send addre changes to HENDERSON HOME NEWS, 2 Commerce Center Drive, Henderson, Nv. 89014 Phone (702) 564-1881 MIKEO'CALLAGHAN Publisher TIMO'CALLAGHAN PAULSZYDELKO Managing Editor CAROLYN O'CALLAGHAN Co-Publisher MARY COLLEEN MIELE Circulation Manager H.B.C. Publlcalloni Mike O'Caliaghan, President; Carolyn p'Callaghan, Vice President; Tim O'Callaghan, Trcasurer/Vlce President; Ruthe Deskin, Secretary; Mary Colleen Miele, Vice PresidcnL I Subscription ratts Single 25 cents One year 420 Mail sutMcrlptions West of MisslKippl.. SM per year $20 for six monUis East of MIsBlssippt.. S3S per year $25 for six montlis By Roy Theiss \ews Staff Writer Three legislators flew from Carson City last week to discuss pending legislarion and hear concerns from their constituents. Sen. Bill O'Donnell, Assemblywoman Sandra Tiffany and Assemblyman Richard Perkins spoke to an audience of 30 Thursday night in Henderson City Hall on several major issues affecting all Nevadans. Tiffany prefaced the discussion with a civics lesson on how bills are passed. Ifcitizens want to have a bill introduced into either the House or Senate at the present time, it would first have to go to the full committee and be voted on for a bill draft and then be introduced, O'Donnell added. The Sute Industrial Insurance System, hospital-providertax and eariy prison release were three major topics the legislators addressed. Tiffany said the hospitalprovider tax is based on beds. She said tiiere is a conflict witii the proposed federal plan. "It's changing and the problem wiUi the beds... is if they come in witii managed care for Medicaid, tiien die federal government is saying if you do diat, then you have to spread the wealth of all of these patients. So you are spreading die wealth of all the Medicaid patients yet you are charging per bed so you can see the conflict tiiere." Concealing SIIS, Tiffany said she is against the governor'^ proposal to take over the control of it "I support diat When I look at die composition of die board and how long they have served and what Uiey have contributed to die success of the operation, I diink Uiat speaks for itself. "The buck stops widi the governor and his re-election depends on that. I would radier have his reelection depend on diat dian the boaid's." Pericins countered diat dierc is possibly billions of dollars in the system and jt should not rest with one person. Safeguards into the proposed plan would be for the gbvemor's control to be only temporary and then control would be restored to the board, he added. "I may not be as critical of die board as Sandy may be because I think the legislative system and die department of indusuial relations has hamstrung them for many years and not allowed them Youth charged in shooting By Katherine E. Scott ATewi Staff Writer Henderson police on Friday arrested an 18-year-old Henderson youth on two counts of attempted murder following an investigation into air April 10 shooting believed to be gang-related.. Joseph Andrew Gonzalez, 18, had an arraignment set for Monday in Henderson Justice Court during his appearance this week. Henderson Justice of the Peace Rodney Burr set bail at $75,000 apiece for two counts of attempted murder during the hearing Monday. Gonzalez is charged with shooting at two men near Pacific Street and Adantic Avenue about. 3:30 a.m. April 10. One of die men was shot in die upper right l^g widi a small caliber handgun, police said. According to police, Gonzalez is believed to belong to the Los Hermanos gang, while victims Richard Reed and Jamie Six, bodi 18, are believed to belong to the HOGs gang. All arc Henderson residents. After die shooting, police reported the two victims had argued widi unidentifled persons when one of those present "produced a small caliber handgun and flied several shots at [them]," according to an HPD news release. to do die job they need to do. "We have created so many regulations and so many loopholes for even die board themselves to jump dirough, diat diey haven't been able to react to die times and stay on top of die money management," Perkins said. O'Donnell said the word he is hearing about Hillary Rodham Clinton's health program will be such a radical departure diat SIIS willnolongcrbcintack.ainton's idea is based on socialized medicine, he added. The governor is attempting to save millions of dollars for die state widi an early prison release program but Pericins said he is against die idea. "I'm not in favor of letting people out. Being a police officer, it mbs against my grain." The News covers your community The program is slated to save die state $48 million by eliminating honor woric camps and releasing prisoners eariy. Perkins said die money it would cost to maintain the programs needs to. be made up or saved elsewhere. PRINTING, INC. SUPPORTS /^FLAHERTY ^ MAYOR •••••••••••••••••••*••• GV South Center before planners By Roy Theiss Artfw Staff Writer A planned unit commercial development and tentative map review of the Green Valley Soudi Center will again be before die Henderson Planning Commission at 7 p.m. Thursday at City Hall. Residents adamantly spoke against the project at die last Planning Commission meeting. Oneof die developers, Al Collins, asked for a continuance to meet with the residents in an attempt to help the situation. The initial project was to develop a commercial center widi several fast food restaurants and a car wash on the west side of Pecos Road between Wigwam Paricway and die Pittman Wash in die Green ^yalley Soudi neighbortiood. The current project is scaled back widiout die car wash. But three fast-food restaurants remain as part of die project which was cause formostofdie wrath brought by die residents at the last meeting. In other business, the commissioners will hear: • A use penmit to construct Drake Channel at 1000 Drake St. from Racetrack Road easterly approximately 6,200 feet in a rural residential and urban reserve districts located in the Foothills neighbortiood. ^ • An architectural review of Gibson/Wann Springs Commercial Auto Mall in a designed manufacturing zoning district located in Claric County. The mall will consist of 80 acres of multiple newcarsales and service facilities including paint and body shops. • An architectural review of Civic Plaza improvements between the Convention Center, City Hall and die Emergency Services Building, at 200 Water St. The improvements will include an amphitheater, pedesuian mall and other landscaping at die site. • A zoning ordinance amendment to add a new section and amend a section pertaining to certain classes of liquor licenses widiin 1,500 feet of a church, preschool or child care facility are to obtain a use permit. "• A comprehensive plan amendment to die land use policy plaiWrom community and neighbortiood shopping to residential to allow development of Heartland II. The single family planned urut development consists of 50 lots on eight acres located at die soudiwest comer of Robindale Road and Pecos Road in die G reen Valley neighborhood. • A use pennit to allow die operation of Cardlock, an unattended credit card refueling facility at 595 Parkson Road., in an IG (general industrial) district located in the Pitonan neighborhood. • An architectural review of Victory Village Apartments consisting of 320 units on nearly 17 acres at 501E. Lake Mead Dr. in die Valley View neighbortiood. • A zone change from public and semi-public district to singlefamily residential district to develop a portion of Woodridge Estate #10 on die soudiwest corner of McKenzie Drive and Palo Verde Drive in die Valley View neighborhood. The project will consist of 31 lots on neariy seven acres widi a density of nearly five dwelling units per acre. Ou[ Prognssive JtckpolsKeep Cetling Bigger and Ct$ierloWinfAsk Helen Stamian Ou fust Progressive Wmw S4,0O0oiH/t4/93 12:Xpm.iSp.m. Stsskxis Dtlly |IN(;i)ANI)CASIN"i )l *vo„ 702-566-5555 MMWftirJicMlill^AIr 725 S. Race Track Rd. at Boulder Hwy. FREE BINGO U?o. Wnnii Up With PurctinsR ot Hcgular t'rogiain •. .i r 01 (Jf<.., vitiiKt to uncfttlion O' I CUTEST BABYFACE La% Vegas Area Baby America Pageant Sunday, May 16th ENXER TODAY! / Winners to receive official trophies, crowns, sashes, plus an opportunity^ to compete in die National Finals In Hollywood, CA ^ • Tvtcy" co(M<4nt trophy* MIniOi)ltM 1ltinonaM U4imonlM la: FOR ALL SHE MEANS TO YOU. SendanFTD* Mother's Day Bouquet. Just call or visit us today. Mother's Day is ''V^ Sunday, May 9. Wl a Mother's Touch • Bouquet $34.95 Thanlts" Bouquet r. ./^^\ $24.95 87 East Lake Mead Drive acrosB from St. Rose Dominician Hospital 565-6511 .. "Trlcm.rk. (>l ITl) < IW FTD School board establishes procedure for public comment The fomiat for public commerit at Qaric County School District board meetings has been changed. Under a revision, public comments at school boaid meetings now fall into two separate categories: diose addressing specific agenda items and those on nonagenda topics. Under die revision, people who Advertise in the A/eivs want to address scheduled agenda items will continue to do so near die beginning of the meeting. All odier persons who want to address topics not included in the meeting agenda will be allowed to speak at the end of die meeting. Anyone wishing to comment at a board meeting is requested to notify the Superintendent'soffice, 799-5310. by 3p.m. on die day of die meeting. The honor of your presence is requested at Congregation Mer Tamids Goods 'n Service Auction on May 8, 1993 at Congregation Mer Tamid Please come for your chance to bid on A Trip to San Francisco Bay Winter/Summer Condos • Jewelry • Artwork and, of course, mucfii much more! R.S,V.P. to Audrey at 458-7303, Sandy at 456-1031 or the Temple Office at 733-6292 ^ \ ow Well Do You Know Your Councilman MIKE HARRIS? Do You Feel Safer With 30% Larger Fire & Police Departments? Then you know Mike Harris • Pushed for the hiring of 31 more fire and 47 more police personnel in the last 4 years alone AND pushing for seventeen more police personnel NOW • Added 18 Paramedics and completed five new fire stations. • Introduced and expanded the D.A.R.E. program in our schools. Do you and your family enjoy onf City's Parks? Then you know Mike Harris • Sponsored the Park's Bond that resulted in a 50% increase in park acreage with no tax increase. • Helped our youth with a new Recreation Center and nine new ball fields this years. • Is a driving force behind the current Park's Bond Issue. Are you seeing road improvement prajects in your neighborhood? Then you know Mike Harris • Pushed hard to get the South leg of the Belhway built first. • Kept the Henderson Freeway (1-15) completion on track. • Fought for improvements on.dozens of roads (Pecos, Boulder Hwy., Van Wagenen) • Sponsored the new CAT Bus system and ensured routes for Henderson (Summer, '93). Have you or your family ever been assisted by a Senior Citizen Program? Then you know Mike Harris • Helped create the finest Senior Cititzens facility in Nevada. -M^ontinously supported "Meals on Wheels" and Senior Housing programs ~ Have you benefited from lower taxes? Then you know Mike Harris • The property tax rate in our community |s less than the six largest cities in Nevada. Re-Elect Mike HARReS City Council Then You Know Him Better Than You Think • Experienced Accomplishments • Community Concerns You Know Mike HARRIS. PlU tor by PrIVKit 10 iM MM Hairla s

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f^^^imim m^mmmm ^^^^ • ^^^ I • • • i I Page 2 Hnderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Tuesday, May 4,1993 Tuesday, May 4,1993 Candidate night reveals wide qhoice by Paul Szydelko Managing Editor A little about a lot Candidate night: Thanks again to Othena Williams and the Soroptimists for inviting the News to moderate its candidate night last week at the Henderson District (Gibson) Public Library on Water Street. All but two gf the candidates for Mayor, City Council and Municipal Judge appeared. Reporter Beth Rusiecki and I moderated a discussion among the candidates and asked questions of the city's would-be leaders. ^=^ An audience of about 80 attended the event. Henderson voters today have a real choice of candidates — a choice of style, experience and views. It's been a hardfought campaign, with many candidate nights down to the wire. After tonight we'll have a few answers about the future of City Hall. Polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. today. Don't forget to vote. We were invited back for the general election candidate night, scheduled by the Soroptimists for 7 p.m. May 24 at the library. Pepcon anniversary: Five years ago today the Pepcon plant exploded and Henderson residents won't soon forget. I was still spolcts editor when we received word at our Water Street offices that the plant was on fire. After one muffled explosion that rocked downtown, reporter Mark Brennan and I prepared to go to the scene. Editor John Daily and reporter Katherine Scott had already rushed out to report the event. Brennan and I were waiting in a car at the traffic light on Lake Mead Drive and Water Street when the last, most powerful explosion occurred. The concussion of the blast, several miles away, shook the car and jerked me to the right. The news deadline was adjusted, the reports filed, the photos developed, the newspaper was printed with a large color photo and the vertical headline "BOOM!" and distributed that quiet Wednesday night. Since then: Pepcon has moved away. Kerr-McGee continues to produce ammonium perchlorate, the same solid rocket fuel additive that leveled Pepcon and the adjacent Kidd 's Marshm allow. Kidd's rebuilt its plant and now Ocean Spray Cranberries is constructing a facility in the same neighborhoodT"^— y '.. "'^-^4^:.^ Indeed, Henderson residents won't soon forget. Increased vigilance over the safety of the plants serves to protect workers and residents throughout the valley. Repeat in poor taste: The producers of "Saturday Night Live" aired a repeat over the weekend which contained a sketch that poked fun at top-ranked tennis player Monica Seles for her grunting. It was an oversight, I'm guessing, but stillTn poor taste after Seles was stabbed in the back by a deranged tennis fan Friday. Late night update: Little-known Conan O'Brien will take over "Late Night" when David Lettennan moves to CBS later this year. O'Brien, 30, has written for "Saturday Night Live," HBO's "Not Necessarily the News" and "The Simpsons." He has little on-air experience, but owns the right comedy credentials to succeed Letterman. Is It that time already? CSPAN over the weekend showed Sen. Bob Dole, R-Kan., shaking hands in New Hampshire with the caption "1996 Road to the White House." Didn't we just go through this? I Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Page 3 '^'^!'=^-^?.!P" I Leaislators shed light at town hall stabbing victim By Katherine E. Scott News Staff Wnter A Henderson woman was treated for stab wounds Friday and the man witnesses say attacked her was jailed after a neighbor stopped the assault, according to the Henderson Police Department. George L. Guevara, 25, had an initial arraignmentset for Monday du4:ing his appearance this week in Henderson Justice Court. Judge Rodney Burr set bail at $75,000 for one count of attemptedmurder and $3,000 for a charge of home invasion during his first appearance Monday. Police said the 27-year-old victim, Guevara's ex-girlfriend, was in an apartment in the Qub at the Greens complex on Ramrod Avenue in the Green Valley neighborhood. Guevara went to the aparonent about 7 a.m. Friday, police said. "After being refiised entry into the apartment, Guevara broke into the apartment as [the victim] locked herself inside of the masterbedroom," stated an HPD news release. As another occupant ran for help, the suspect kicked in a bedroom door, the news release stated. The woman "managed to escape by tearing through a bedroom window screen and climbing over a patio wall," the release added. However, police said Guevara caught her when she slipjwd on the grass near a paricing lot. "Guevara attacked the woman and stabbed her several times until a neighbor, 28-ycar-old James Aspinwall, came to her rescue." police stated. Police said Aspinwall struck Guevara fn tiic— face and k^pt him at the scene until police arrived. The victim was stabbed on both upper arms and the left side of her head, and had scratches and bruises on her chest and back as well as both arms, police said. The little-lcnown charge of "home invasion" was added to the Nevada Revised Statutes in 1989, HPD Detective Lt. Michael Mayberry said. He said the charge may be filed against "any person who by day or night forcibly enters an inhabited dwelling without permission," Tom's Sunset expands as anniversary nears By Elizabeth Rusiecki News Staff Writer Residents will see a bigger and brighter Tom "s Sunset Casino this sununer, xi'hcri the Sunset Road facility celebrates its fourth anniversary and a grand re-opening Aug.X ;/ The qalsjnq Js scheduled to tear down aif eitsVfacing wall today to begin jnqrc thAn $1 million in remodeling that will add a thirdstory facade and 3,000 more squafe%ef1|BttieBtMlng. VOijUpetitilOli is coming on line.., aitfit'S time for us to upgrade and expand anyway," casino manager Jeny Sun said Friday. "If you don't do it now, you get left behind." Sun said the casino will add a 38-foot lighted sign outside and a third, non-ftinctional level to the building. Two new entrances will lead into the casino, fflid inside, new carpeting and slot chairs will be done in Southwestern pastels. In addition, about 100 new slot "It's Still going to he Tom's, it's just going tp look nicer." Jerry Sun Casino Manager machines will be installed and fresh neon lighting will brighten the casino. Sun said. "It's going to be a whole new look, it's going to be nice," Sun said, adding the lounge area will feamre a new horseshoe-shaped bar and the remodeled restaurant will have a chuck wagon-covered buffet With a new casino rising slowly across the street. Sun said he is looking forward to a healthy competition with his new neighbors. "It'll bring them over here to this comer and they'll come and visit both spots," he said. "We're so grateftil that we're allowed i)OwTo~upgrade," Sun added. "Now we're comfortable and we got a lot of bills paid off so now we can do this thing and do it right." The casino opened Aug. 2, 1989. Sun admitted the remodeling is going to be "murder," but the casino will do its best to iceep customers happy during the hot months ahead. "We're going to be giving away a tot (rf free drinks, including Espresso and cappucii^ and free margaritas," be said. ; "And then we're going to be adding construction specials where we're going to be giving gifts away," Sun said, adding the casino will conduct raffles and add vacations to its Sunday contests. "We're going to malce a deal out of it to hang on our customers," he said. "It's still going to be Tom's, it's just going to look nicer," he added. THE DAWN OF A NEW SUNSET — Casino Manager Jerry Sun describes the extensive remodeling that will transform Tom's Sunset Casino this summer. The facility will celebrate its fourth anniversary and grand opening on Aug. 2. Photo by Brian Jones Car show winners announced The Chamber of Commerce recently announced the following winners in both the custom and stock categories of the Industrial Days car and truck show at Titanium Field April 18: T Bucket Custom First Place: Roy Delaney. Second: Nick Pavoris. Third: Gary Wcddle. Pre'48 Custom First Place: John Allie. Second: FrankLombardo. Third: Clarence Bavcr. Stock First Place: Gil Wagner. Second: Albert Strahl. 1949-54 Custom First Place: Bill and Mary Hogan. Second: Paul Gargis. Stock First Place: Jack Krictzburg. Second: Lewis Hitt. Third: Terry Prater. 1955-59 Custom First Place: Sherman ClaggetL Second: John and Dora Hale. Third: Bud and Joyce Nelson. Stock First Place: Fredrick Raucci. Second: Michael McCrimmon. Third: Ibsen Dow. 1960-69 Custom First Place: Larry and Penny Bertie. Second: Jack Gemmcr. Stock First Place: John Nelson. Second: Gary Huss. Third: Robert Zoot. 1970-79 Custom First Place: Diane Shaughnessy. Second: DJ and Debra Vargus. Third: Jerry Simicich. Stock First Place: Marie Kaufman. Second: Steve Stephenson. Third: Paul Nichols. 1980 to Present Custom First Place: Robert Strahl. Second: Chuck Smith. Stock First Place: Bob Bosley. Second: Greg Randall. Pick Up Correction Custom First Place: Sergio Diaz. Second: Wayne Haincs. Third: Ron Benoit. Stock First Place: Gary Hanna Nissan. Mini First Place: Mini convertible S-10, Larry Smith. Second: Gary Hanna Nissan. 4x4 Gary Hanna Nissan. People's Choice 1937 Ford Pick Up, Wayne Haines. Club Participation Southern Nevada Charioteers Car Qub. Goodwill Week declared President Bill Qinton has proclaimed May 2-8 as Goodwill Industries Week. The President chose the theme "The Working Solution." "Goodwill has reminded us that some of the solutions to the problems of job training and retraining have been with us all along," Clinton said. Goodwill Industries comprises the world's largest network of privately operated vocational rehabilitation programs. Goodwill's mission is to achieve the full participation in society of people with disabilities, disadvantages and other special needs by expanding their opportunities and occupational capabilities through a network of autonomous, nonprofit, community-based organizations providing services throughout the worid in response to local needs, a spokesman said. In 1992, the Las Vegas Goodwill provided employment and training for 108 individuals.— PEOPLE'S CHOICE — Wayne Haines, Incorrectly Identified in last week's edition, won first place, People's Choice Award, during the Industrial Days Car Show with his 1937 Ford. Photo bj Briu Jones .HENDERSON^il^SS^ rHOIWi E N EVlfS An Independent Newspaper Founded JuneJJPSl -~ PublbiMd vry Tiicidar and Thundn morning at 2 Commerce Center Drive, Hendcraoa, Nevada bv HBC Pul>llcations Inc. Second dan poMaac paid at Hendcnon, Nevada. (USPS 516649) POSTMASTER: Send addre changes to HENDERSON HOME NEWS, 2 Commerce Center Drive, Henderson, Nv. 89014 Phone (702) 564-1881 MIKEO'CALLAGHAN Publisher TIMO'CALLAGHAN PAULSZYDELKO Managing Editor CAROLYN O'CALLAGHAN Co-Publisher MARY COLLEEN MIELE Circulation Manager H.B.C. Publlcalloni Mike O'Caliaghan, President; Carolyn p'Callaghan, Vice President; Tim O'Callaghan, Trcasurer/Vlce President; Ruthe Deskin, Secretary; Mary Colleen Miele, Vice PresidcnL I Subscription ratts Single 25 cents One year 420 Mail sutMcrlptions West of MisslKippl.. SM per year $20 for six monUis East of MIsBlssippt.. S3S per year $25 for six montlis By Roy Theiss \ews Staff Writer Three legislators flew from Carson City last week to discuss pending legislarion and hear concerns from their constituents. Sen. Bill O'Donnell, Assemblywoman Sandra Tiffany and Assemblyman Richard Perkins spoke to an audience of 30 Thursday night in Henderson City Hall on several major issues affecting all Nevadans. Tiffany prefaced the discussion with a civics lesson on how bills are passed. Ifcitizens want to have a bill introduced into either the House or Senate at the present time, it would first have to go to the full committee and be voted on for a bill draft and then be introduced, O'Donnell added. The Sute Industrial Insurance System, hospital-providertax and eariy prison release were three major topics the legislators addressed. Tiffany said the hospitalprovider tax is based on beds. She said tiiere is a conflict witii the proposed federal plan. "It's changing and the problem wiUi the beds... is if they come in witii managed care for Medicaid, tiien die federal government is saying if you do diat, then you have to spread the wealth of all of these patients. So you are spreading die wealth of all the Medicaid patients yet you are charging per bed so you can see the conflict tiiere." Concealing SIIS, Tiffany said she is against the governor'^ proposal to take over the control of it "I support diat When I look at die composition of die board and how long they have served and what Uiey have contributed to die success of the operation, I diink Uiat speaks for itself. "The buck stops widi the governor and his re-election depends on that. I would radier have his reelection depend on diat dian the boaid's." Pericins countered diat dierc is possibly billions of dollars in the system and jt should not rest with one person. Safeguards into the proposed plan would be for the gbvemor's control to be only temporary and then control would be restored to the board, he added. "I may not be as critical of die board as Sandy may be because I think the legislative system and die department of indusuial relations has hamstrung them for many years and not allowed them Youth charged in shooting By Katherine E. Scott ATewi Staff Writer Henderson police on Friday arrested an 18-year-old Henderson youth on two counts of attempted murder following an investigation into air April 10 shooting believed to be gang-related.. Joseph Andrew Gonzalez, 18, had an arraignment set for Monday in Henderson Justice Court during his appearance this week. Henderson Justice of the Peace Rodney Burr set bail at $75,000 apiece for two counts of attempted murder during the hearing Monday. Gonzalez is charged with shooting at two men near Pacific Street and Adantic Avenue about. 3:30 a.m. April 10. One of die men was shot in die upper right l^g widi a small caliber handgun, police said. According to police, Gonzalez is believed to belong to the Los Hermanos gang, while victims Richard Reed and Jamie Six, bodi 18, are believed to belong to the HOGs gang. All arc Henderson residents. After die shooting, police reported the two victims had argued widi unidentifled persons when one of those present "produced a small caliber handgun and flied several shots at [them]," according to an HPD news release. to do die job they need to do. "We have created so many regulations and so many loopholes for even die board themselves to jump dirough, diat diey haven't been able to react to die times and stay on top of die money management," Perkins said. O'Donnell said the word he is hearing about Hillary Rodham Clinton's health program will be such a radical departure diat SIIS willnolongcrbcintack.ainton's idea is based on socialized medicine, he added. The governor is attempting to save millions of dollars for die state widi an early prison release program but Pericins said he is against die idea. "I'm not in favor of letting people out. Being a police officer, it mbs against my grain." The News covers your community The program is slated to save die state $48 million by eliminating honor woric camps and releasing prisoners eariy. Perkins said die money it would cost to maintain the programs needs to. be made up or saved elsewhere. PRINTING, INC. SUPPORTS /^FLAHERTY ^ MAYOR •••••••••••••••••••*••• GV South Center before planners By Roy Theiss Artfw Staff Writer A planned unit commercial development and tentative map review of the Green Valley Soudi Center will again be before die Henderson Planning Commission at 7 p.m. Thursday at City Hall. Residents adamantly spoke against the project at die last Planning Commission meeting. Oneof die developers, Al Collins, asked for a continuance to meet with the residents in an attempt to help the situation. The initial project was to develop a commercial center widi several fast food restaurants and a car wash on the west side of Pecos Road between Wigwam Paricway and die Pittman Wash in die Green ^yalley Soudi neighbortiood. The current project is scaled back widiout die car wash. But three fast-food restaurants remain as part of die project which was cause formostofdie wrath brought by die residents at the last meeting. In other business, the commissioners will hear: • A use penmit to construct Drake Channel at 1000 Drake St. from Racetrack Road easterly approximately 6,200 feet in a rural residential and urban reserve districts located in the Foothills neighbortiood. ^ • An architectural review of Gibson/Wann Springs Commercial Auto Mall in a designed manufacturing zoning district located in Claric County. The mall will consist of 80 acres of multiple newcarsales and service facilities including paint and body shops. • An architectural review of Civic Plaza improvements between the Convention Center, City Hall and die Emergency Services Building, at 200 Water St. The improvements will include an amphitheater, pedesuian mall and other landscaping at die site. • A zoning ordinance amendment to add a new section and amend a section pertaining to certain classes of liquor licenses widiin 1,500 feet of a church, preschool or child care facility are to obtain a use permit. "• A comprehensive plan amendment to die land use policy plaiWrom community and neighbortiood shopping to residential to allow development of Heartland II. The single family planned urut development consists of 50 lots on eight acres located at die soudiwest comer of Robindale Road and Pecos Road in die G reen Valley neighborhood. • A use pennit to allow die operation of Cardlock, an unattended credit card refueling facility at 595 Parkson Road., in an IG (general industrial) district located in the Pitonan neighborhood. • An architectural review of Victory Village Apartments consisting of 320 units on nearly 17 acres at 501E. Lake Mead Dr. in die Valley View neighbortiood. • A zone change from public and semi-public district to singlefamily residential district to develop a portion of Woodridge Estate #10 on die soudiwest corner of McKenzie Drive and Palo Verde Drive in die Valley View neighborhood. The project will consist of 31 lots on neariy seven acres widi a density of nearly five dwelling units per acre. Ou[ Prognssive JtckpolsKeep Cetling Bigger and Ct$ierloWinfAsk Helen Stamian Ou fust Progressive Wmw S4,0O0oiH/t4/93 12:Xpm.iSp.m. Stsskxis Dtlly |IN(;i)ANI)CASIN"i )l *vo„ 702-566-5555 MMWftirJicMlill^AIr 725 S. Race Track Rd. at Boulder Hwy. FREE BINGO U?o. Wnnii Up With PurctinsR ot Hcgular t'rogiain •. .i r 01 (Jf<.., vitiiKt to uncfttlion O' I CUTEST BABYFACE La% Vegas Area Baby America Pageant Sunday, May 16th ENXER TODAY! / Winners to receive official trophies, crowns, sashes, plus an opportunity^ to compete in die National Finals In Hollywood, CA ^ • Tvtcy" co(M<4nt trophy* MIniOi)ltM 1ltinonaM U4imonlM la: FOR ALL SHE MEANS TO YOU. SendanFTD* Mother's Day Bouquet. Just call or visit us today. Mother's Day is ''V^ Sunday, May 9. Wl a Mother's Touch • Bouquet $34.95 Thanlts" Bouquet r. ./^^\ $24.95 87 East Lake Mead Drive acrosB from St. Rose Dominician Hospital 565-6511 .. "Trlcm.rk. (>l ITl) < IW FTD School board establishes procedure for public comment The fomiat for public commerit at Qaric County School District board meetings has been changed. Under a revision, public comments at school boaid meetings now fall into two separate categories: diose addressing specific agenda items and those on nonagenda topics. Under die revision, people who Advertise in the A/eivs want to address scheduled agenda items will continue to do so near die beginning of the meeting. All odier persons who want to address topics not included in the meeting agenda will be allowed to speak at the end of die meeting. Anyone wishing to comment at a board meeting is requested to notify the Superintendent'soffice, 799-5310. by 3p.m. on die day of die meeting. The honor of your presence is requested at Congregation Mer Tamids Goods 'n Service Auction on May 8, 1993 at Congregation Mer Tamid Please come for your chance to bid on A Trip to San Francisco Bay Winter/Summer Condos • Jewelry • Artwork and, of course, mucfii much more! R.S,V.P. to Audrey at 458-7303, Sandy at 456-1031 or the Temple Office at 733-6292 ^ \ ow Well Do You Know Your Councilman MIKE HARRIS? Do You Feel Safer With 30% Larger Fire & Police Departments? Then you know Mike Harris • Pushed for the hiring of 31 more fire and 47 more police personnel in the last 4 years alone AND pushing for seventeen more police personnel NOW • Added 18 Paramedics and completed five new fire stations. • Introduced and expanded the D.A.R.E. program in our schools. Do you and your family enjoy onf City's Parks? Then you know Mike Harris • Sponsored the Park's Bond that resulted in a 50% increase in park acreage with no tax increase. • Helped our youth with a new Recreation Center and nine new ball fields this years. • Is a driving force behind the current Park's Bond Issue. Are you seeing road improvement prajects in your neighborhood? Then you know Mike Harris • Pushed hard to get the South leg of the Belhway built first. • Kept the Henderson Freeway (1-15) completion on track. • Fought for improvements on.dozens of roads (Pecos, Boulder Hwy., Van Wagenen) • Sponsored the new CAT Bus system and ensured routes for Henderson (Summer, '93). Have you or your family ever been assisted by a Senior Citizen Program? Then you know Mike Harris • Helped create the finest Senior Cititzens facility in Nevada. -M^ontinously supported "Meals on Wheels" and Senior Housing programs ~ Have you benefited from lower taxes? Then you know Mike Harris • The property tax rate in our community |s less than the six largest cities in Nevada. Re-Elect Mike HARReS City Council Then You Know Him Better Than You Think • Experienced Accomplishments • Community Concerns You Know Mike HARRIS. PlU tor by PrIVKit 10 iM MM Hairla s

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^ vention Ceiuer. The channels of communicadon ;; have opened up a bit since the last -: workshop held in March because ': Wednesday's meeting had atleast ] double the amount of audience / tum-ouL But the infonnation concerning proposed projects isn't flowing enough, according to residents. Lauretta Zaivian said the notiflcadon radiusof proposed changes and proposed projects should be increased toone mile. "I shouldn't have to look in the paper every daytoseeifthedeveloperissUding something in my backyard." Another resident. Carol Jensen, said, "We don't find out earlier enough. If a developer wants to change plans we don't hear abqut it until two days befora the meeting." Ample notification would allow residents to analyze the infonnation about the project and make informed, intelligent statements at die meetings, she added. The multi-family housing workshop is part of a year-long study by die city to gather inforSpace lecture Thursday Lynn Margulis, a biology professor from the University of Massachusetts, will present a lecture tided "Gala: The Uving Earth from Space" on May 6 at UNLV. Margulis supports the Gaia hypottiesis, which claims that die Earth'satmosphere, hydrosphere, sediments, and surface lifie behave] as a single integrated entity. Her talk, die first Juaniu Greer White Distinguished Lecture to be sponsored by UNLV's department of biological sciences, is set for 7:30 p.m. in die Tiberti Gnuid Han of die Tarn Alumni Center. It is free, but tickets are required. Tickets may be obtained by calling the biological sciences department, 895-3399. A reception will follow the speech. Margulis is a Distinguished University Professor in die biology department of die University of Massachusetts. Before moving diere in 1988, she taught at Boston University. She earned her doctoral degree in genetics at die University of California, Berkeley. A member of the National Academy of Sciences, Margulis has written numerous books and articles, ranging from profiessional worics to children's literamre. Her research has included work on cell biology and microbial evolution. For additional infonnation, call die biological sciences department. 895-3399. BINGO |. ) RAM 9AM 1n^M^^'4 • S 5 6 GAMES "6 ON" DONUTS & COFFEE INCLUDED 715 8. iMC Ttack ti. m InMrr Hwy. in Hm*nHi It Ml. HH ihi La Vt|M Mr 566-5555 CiH inr TnMpanMtan InfunnMiim MdlackpaUp^K mation concerning die ratio of single-family housing to multifamily housing. The study was created to plan die city's future housing. Richard Counts, vice piesidem of Gruen Associates, a consulting fimn hired by the city to study die multi-family isue. said diey have been looking into communitywide, neighboihood-wide and site specific planning for housing. A Mend of multi-Aunily housing widi sin^e-family housing in a subdivision with bodi using common elements was one idea presented to die residents by Gregory Muller. {banner for die consultant A shc^iping center as part of die subdivision and a trail system were twoexamplesMuOer used diat everyone could share. But one woman counterecTlhat she did not want shopping centers selling alcohol or allowing gambling in her neighborhood. One of die goals of die task force committee, Oountt saM. is to create a checklist to see how well dieneighbothoodsor specific projects are abiding by die design guidelines. He added diat tome guidelines will be incorporated into zoning regulations. One resident com|dained about the lack of infonnation on die city's master (banning. The deveiopen are the masters and tfwy do die laming." Manny Ociimez, a member of die multi-family task force, said more citizen partipipation Is needed in (banning for die city's future. Gomez, also a member of die Qtizena Advisory Committee, said very few peopIeattendCAC's monthly meetings. He adted dw audience if diey knew what CAC.was currendy working on. Widi no respcmse, Gomezinformed die audience diat CAC is working on die Comprehensive Plan for die city. The next CAC meeting is at 7 p.m. May 12 in die Henderson Plarining Department omference txxim. DO YOU NEED A RTOE TO YOUR VOTING PUCE? Call S65-31S5 OR 56S-9033 NOW! ion, ^^^ TODAY! 846 E. Lake Mead Drive (I Mile EMt of Boulder Hwy.) 56i M)297 Come Dance the Nifiht Away THE DAUE EDWARDS BAND GREAT LUNCH & DINNER SPECIALS DAILY ^ Everyone Is A Winner 25C KENO ^> Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Page 6 Advertise in the News PARKS BOND — Henderson Parks and Recreation's Jim Roy cuts the grass at the Valley View Recreation Center recently. An $18 million paries bond is up for approval today in the primary election. If given tHij'go-ahead, the bond will add or improve 10 parks tiir(iugh9ul the community. Photu by Brian Jones ^ &DAVID SMITH "sr JUDGE Paw for by the Comminee to Elect DavW Smith ir-k*********** Wong to plea to reduced charge for junior high school shooting By Katherine E. Scott A^ewi Staff Writer A Green Valley neighbortiood junior high school youth agreed Friday to plead guilty to shooting a fellow student before class began Nov. 3.1992. Nolan Paul Wong, 14, was remanded to Juvenile Court after agreeing to a reduced charge of battery with use of a deadly weapon, according to a spokeswoman for Qark County District Court Dept. 8. Wong was charged on Nov. 3 with one count of attempted murder with use of a deadly weapon after he shot 13-year-old Scott Yahrous in the leg. Charges of murder or attempted murder automatically certify older juveniles to stand trial as adults in Nevada, according to police. Part of the plea negotiations included a stipulation diat Wong Will serve time in a youdi facility, according to reports. Yahrous was treated at University Medical Center after a single bullet from a .22 semi-automatic Beretta handgun passed dirough his leg. The seventfi-grade student had celebrated his 13th birthday four days earlier, while Wong, an eighth-grade student, turned 14 shortly after die shooting. There was no indication of any gang involvement by either youth throughout the Clark County School District Police Department investigation nor during Wong's preliminary hearing in Henderson Justice Court. The incident began shortly before 8 a.m. Nov. 3 when Yahrous was told Wong wanted to see him in a secluded area of die school, according to witnesses. After a brief exchangeof words, witnesses said Wong displayed die handgun and shot Yahrous from a short distance. Wong fled, and Henderson police officers followed, his trail, directed by citizens who had seen him pass. He was sighted in a desert area -near Arroyo Grande and Lake Mead Drive and surrendered without incident about 8:20 a.m. Wong remained in Qaric County Jail until bail was posted in late December. He was bound over fortrial following his preliminary hearing before Henderson Justice of the Peace Rodney Burr in March. Concert series opens Business License #002193-545-3 Business Pager (702) 433.346 ^^,^tl!)„„ '702) a64.97B9 We also provide...Kitty Litter Boi Exchange Service "Never Buy Kitty HelpingtoKeep ,>,,:7,...~..i LitterAgun." 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For more infonnation call 458-8855. ^^\ Construction Material CTION Paint Wallpaper Insulation Doors &v Windows Tile Carpet Vinyl Lumber Electrical &v Pljjmbing Ready Mix Concrete 8. MUCH, MUCH, MORE Good New/Used Merchandise May Be Donated Call 226-1482 for Pickup When: May 8 9 a.m. (7:00 A.M. Preview) Where: Southwest Gas ServicG Center 1239 S. Boulder Highway Comer of Boulder Hwy. & Snap Ave. Across from Sherwin Williams Paint Sponsored By: He nderson Rotary Judge Steven Jones, now Retired Judge D. Jim Jensen, Builder Syndey Pressberg, Mayor Lorna Kesterson and the members of the City Council (Andy Hafen, Lorin Williams, Michael Harris, Larry Sheffler) did this for us. Just think what they can do foryoul Paid AdvertissmenI by Laurie Berry and Friends. DESERT SPRINGS HOSPITAL C'iiriHi' t<"' I'"' Hi^'"' ''I • ^I'lilhcri'. \c\(iiUl is please to announce the opening of its. SECOND CARDIAC CATHETERIZATION LAB and the association of Leo |. Spaccavento, M.D., F.A.C.C. Medical Director of Interventiono! Cardiology and David L. Navratii; M.D., F.A.C.C. Board Certified Electrop%siologist both physicians are now located across from Desert Springs Hospital: Pork Flamingo East 2110 E. Flamingo, Suite 205 796-4278 Full Cardiology Services including Diagnostic Testing and Consultation AR*I McilcM RnUaraat I YOUR CHOICE OF TWO ^ Beef Taco, Cheese Enchilada, Chicken Flauta, served from Enchilada Verde, or Green Chile Burrito 4pni to lopm ^4^5 COMBINATION DINNER ^^^^ Beef Taco and Cheese Enchilada served ^^^^ ^^^^ with Refried Beans & Rice nam to iipm \ Y^\ O'NPH COI^BINATION DINNER $^95 Beef Tostada & Green Chile Burrito served ^^^ from with Refried Beans & Rice nam to iipm JUL. BRUNCH DINNER $-^•95 In addition to the regular $f^.49 ^ menu, Mexican specialties \J Served from 8:30am to 2:30pm Will be offered. Served from 4pm to 9pm /ll \

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^ vention Ceiuer. The channels of communicadon ;; have opened up a bit since the last -: workshop held in March because ': Wednesday's meeting had atleast ] double the amount of audience / tum-ouL But the infonnation concerning proposed projects isn't flowing enough, according to residents. Lauretta Zaivian said the notiflcadon radiusof proposed changes and proposed projects should be increased toone mile. "I shouldn't have to look in the paper every daytoseeifthedeveloperissUding something in my backyard." Another resident. Carol Jensen, said, "We don't find out earlier enough. If a developer wants to change plans we don't hear abqut it until two days befora the meeting." Ample notification would allow residents to analyze the infonnation about the project and make informed, intelligent statements at die meetings, she added. The multi-family housing workshop is part of a year-long study by die city to gather inforSpace lecture Thursday Lynn Margulis, a biology professor from the University of Massachusetts, will present a lecture tided "Gala: The Uving Earth from Space" on May 6 at UNLV. Margulis supports the Gaia hypottiesis, which claims that die Earth'satmosphere, hydrosphere, sediments, and surface lifie behave] as a single integrated entity. Her talk, die first Juaniu Greer White Distinguished Lecture to be sponsored by UNLV's department of biological sciences, is set for 7:30 p.m. in die Tiberti Gnuid Han of die Tarn Alumni Center. It is free, but tickets are required. Tickets may be obtained by calling the biological sciences department, 895-3399. A reception will follow the speech. Margulis is a Distinguished University Professor in die biology department of die University of Massachusetts. Before moving diere in 1988, she taught at Boston University. She earned her doctoral degree in genetics at die University of California, Berkeley. A member of the National Academy of Sciences, Margulis has written numerous books and articles, ranging from profiessional worics to children's literamre. Her research has included work on cell biology and microbial evolution. For additional infonnation, call die biological sciences department. 895-3399. BINGO |. ) RAM 9AM 1n^M^^'4 • S 5 6 GAMES "6 ON" DONUTS & COFFEE INCLUDED 715 8. iMC Ttack ti. m InMrr Hwy. in Hm*nHi It Ml. HH ihi La Vt|M Mr 566-5555 CiH inr TnMpanMtan InfunnMiim MdlackpaUp^K mation concerning die ratio of single-family housing to multifamily housing. The study was created to plan die city's future housing. Richard Counts, vice piesidem of Gruen Associates, a consulting fimn hired by the city to study die multi-family isue. said diey have been looking into communitywide, neighboihood-wide and site specific planning for housing. A Mend of multi-Aunily housing widi sin^e-family housing in a subdivision with bodi using common elements was one idea presented to die residents by Gregory Muller. {banner for die consultant A shc^iping center as part of die subdivision and a trail system were twoexamplesMuOer used diat everyone could share. But one woman counterecTlhat she did not want shopping centers selling alcohol or allowing gambling in her neighborhood. One of die goals of die task force committee, Oountt saM. is to create a checklist to see how well dieneighbothoodsor specific projects are abiding by die design guidelines. He added diat tome guidelines will be incorporated into zoning regulations. One resident com|dained about the lack of infonnation on die city's master (banning. The deveiopen are the masters and tfwy do die laming." Manny Ociimez, a member of die multi-family task force, said more citizen partipipation Is needed in (banning for die city's future. Gomez, also a member of die Qtizena Advisory Committee, said very few peopIeattendCAC's monthly meetings. He adted dw audience if diey knew what CAC.was currendy working on. Widi no respcmse, Gomezinformed die audience diat CAC is working on die Comprehensive Plan for die city. The next CAC meeting is at 7 p.m. May 12 in die Henderson Plarining Department omference txxim. DO YOU NEED A RTOE TO YOUR VOTING PUCE? Call S65-31S5 OR 56S-9033 NOW! ion, ^^^ TODAY! 846 E. Lake Mead Drive (I Mile EMt of Boulder Hwy.) 56i M)297 Come Dance the Nifiht Away THE DAUE EDWARDS BAND GREAT LUNCH & DINNER SPECIALS DAILY ^ Everyone Is A Winner 25C KENO ^> Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Page 6 Advertise in the News PARKS BOND — Henderson Parks and Recreation's Jim Roy cuts the grass at the Valley View Recreation Center recently. An $18 million paries bond is up for approval today in the primary election. If given tHij'go-ahead, the bond will add or improve 10 parks tiir(iugh9ul the community. Photu by Brian Jones ^ &DAVID SMITH "sr JUDGE Paw for by the Comminee to Elect DavW Smith ir-k*********** Wong to plea to reduced charge for junior high school shooting By Katherine E. Scott A^ewi Staff Writer A Green Valley neighbortiood junior high school youth agreed Friday to plead guilty to shooting a fellow student before class began Nov. 3.1992. Nolan Paul Wong, 14, was remanded to Juvenile Court after agreeing to a reduced charge of battery with use of a deadly weapon, according to a spokeswoman for Qark County District Court Dept. 8. Wong was charged on Nov. 3 with one count of attempted murder with use of a deadly weapon after he shot 13-year-old Scott Yahrous in the leg. Charges of murder or attempted murder automatically certify older juveniles to stand trial as adults in Nevada, according to police. Part of the plea negotiations included a stipulation diat Wong Will serve time in a youdi facility, according to reports. Yahrous was treated at University Medical Center after a single bullet from a .22 semi-automatic Beretta handgun passed dirough his leg. The seventfi-grade student had celebrated his 13th birthday four days earlier, while Wong, an eighth-grade student, turned 14 shortly after die shooting. There was no indication of any gang involvement by either youth throughout the Clark County School District Police Department investigation nor during Wong's preliminary hearing in Henderson Justice Court. The incident began shortly before 8 a.m. Nov. 3 when Yahrous was told Wong wanted to see him in a secluded area of die school, according to witnesses. After a brief exchangeof words, witnesses said Wong displayed die handgun and shot Yahrous from a short distance. Wong fled, and Henderson police officers followed, his trail, directed by citizens who had seen him pass. He was sighted in a desert area -near Arroyo Grande and Lake Mead Drive and surrendered without incident about 8:20 a.m. Wong remained in Qaric County Jail until bail was posted in late December. He was bound over fortrial following his preliminary hearing before Henderson Justice of the Peace Rodney Burr in March. Concert series opens Business License #002193-545-3 Business Pager (702) 433.346 ^^,^tl!)„„ '702) a64.97B9 We also provide...Kitty Litter Boi Exchange Service "Never Buy Kitty HelpingtoKeep ,>,,:7,...~..i LitterAgun." Nevada Did-It Free • "**'•"• *** INTRODUCTORY SPECIAL OFFER *** S25 00 C.ilt Cr'riidc.itp with 6 Moii ^ • >:! • • 510 00 Gill Corlilir.lU" -: Wilh 3Monlh Si-rviri' Health Guarantee & Free Vet Visit b^' ^^.Rep'>es'ExoNc^^^^ "4 EXOTIC PETS INTERNATIONAL INC. % Offering*wOy captive-produced onimafs -e. • Geckos •Iguanas • Wttons •Snakes • Finches •Guinea Pigs Monday-Saturday 10-7 Sunday H-S (Luck/s Shopping Center) 728 South Boulder Highway 566-4669 MiceM.OO Crickets Rabbit, Parrot & Monkey^Food Green Valley's annual "Concert Under die Stars" series will kick off the 1993 season widi a performance by die U.S. Coast Guard Band at 7 p.m. Friday. The concert will be held at the Green Valley Civic Center, adjacent to die Green Valley Library and Cultural CenteratSunsetRoad and Green Valley Parkway. Sponsored through the American Nevada Corp., the primary developer of Green Valley, and* the Las Vegas-Qark County Library District the event is free and open to thepublic. For more infonnation call 458-8855. ^^\ Construction Material CTION Paint Wallpaper Insulation Doors &v Windows Tile Carpet Vinyl Lumber Electrical &v Pljjmbing Ready Mix Concrete 8. MUCH, MUCH, MORE Good New/Used Merchandise May Be Donated Call 226-1482 for Pickup When: May 8 9 a.m. (7:00 A.M. Preview) Where: Southwest Gas ServicG Center 1239 S. Boulder Highway Comer of Boulder Hwy. & Snap Ave. Across from Sherwin Williams Paint Sponsored By: He nderson Rotary Judge Steven Jones, now Retired Judge D. Jim Jensen, Builder Syndey Pressberg, Mayor Lorna Kesterson and the members of the City Council (Andy Hafen, Lorin Williams, Michael Harris, Larry Sheffler) did this for us. Just think what they can do foryoul Paid AdvertissmenI by Laurie Berry and Friends. DESERT SPRINGS HOSPITAL C'iiriHi' t<"' I'"' Hi^'"' ''I • ^I'lilhcri'. \c\(iiUl is please to announce the opening of its. SECOND CARDIAC CATHETERIZATION LAB and the association of Leo |. Spaccavento, M.D., F.A.C.C. Medical Director of Interventiono! Cardiology and David L. Navratii; M.D., F.A.C.C. Board Certified Electrop%siologist both physicians are now located across from Desert Springs Hospital: Pork Flamingo East 2110 E. Flamingo, Suite 205 796-4278 Full Cardiology Services including Diagnostic Testing and Consultation AR*I McilcM RnUaraat I YOUR CHOICE OF TWO ^ Beef Taco, Cheese Enchilada, Chicken Flauta, served from Enchilada Verde, or Green Chile Burrito 4pni to lopm ^4^5 COMBINATION DINNER ^^^^ Beef Taco and Cheese Enchilada served ^^^^ ^^^^ with Refried Beans & Rice nam to iipm \ Y^\ O'NPH COI^BINATION DINNER $^95 Beef Tostada & Green Chile Burrito served ^^^ from with Refried Beans & Rice nam to iipm JUL. BRUNCH DINNER $-^•95 In addition to the regular $f^.49 ^ menu, Mexican specialties \J Served from 8:30am to 2:30pm Will be offered. Served from 4pm to 9pm /ll \

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wmm wmmmm ^^^ Page 6 Henderson Home News, Henderson,. Nevada Tuesday, May 4,1993 Tuesday, May 4,1993 i' ^ Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Page 7 All revved up and a place to • [• ByRoylheiss Nfivj Staff Writer Big engines in fast cars is a way of life for many youngsters. The power and roar of the engine combined with the exhilaration of the speed have enticed many a young man to see what he and his machine can do. For many young adults, they test their abilities and the car's strength in the streets. But for a number of Basic High School siudenis. they have learned that there is a right place and time for everything, including having fun. The high school drag race season will beginThursday at the Las Vegas Speedway and several Basic High students will participate in the second annual event sponsored by the National Hot Rod Association. Fashioned after the adult competition, students race weekly garnering points toward the coveted title of overall champion. "This is just like the big boys," said Mike Anderson, Basic High auto shop instructor. "The overall champion is deicmi incd on the points each time a student wins a heat The key is to be consistent," he said. At the end of the season in September, the overall champioh will win an all-expense paid trip to the NHR A regional competition i n Bakersfield, Call f. NHR A track winners from California, Nevada, Arizona, Utah and New Mexico will be at the competition. Travis Carter has the only car at the Speedway from Basic High School. He started racing his '73 Mercury Cougar last fall and a dozen friends assist him at the track. Carter became interested in drag racing after watching the Nostalgic Drag Races at the speedway lasr fall. The second time Carter attended the speedway, he entered his first race. "He was nervous," Anderson said. "He didn't eat lunch because he had butterflies." Carter caught the drag racing bug and flew with iL By his third race, he won the "King of the Hill" competition and treated his pit crew to breakfast at the Skyline Casino after the race with the money he had won. "We're just running for ftin," Carter said. "Everybody helps everyone. It's really a lot of fun." Drag racing at the speedway instills numerous beneficial traits in the students, Anderson said. Discipline and trust are two of the aspects Anderson cited. 'Travis can turn 15 *s (seconds in the quarter mile race] and if he is running against someone that turns 19's, Travis has to give him four seconds. It's the toughest thing to do; to wait Vt^hile the other guy's tail lights arc going away. It takes a lot of concentratioa" Although the young racers are competitors, they are learning that there is more to life than just winning. If a racer needs a tool, he can borrow one from another racer. "You may not have seen the guy before but.,there is not a problem loaning because they always come back," Anderson said. "I've been racing for 25 years and I have yet to lose one tool. They always come back," Anderson said he was gratehil for the community support. Walker Towing, Joe's Discount Performance, Sandy Gilbert's SRS, Picker Auto and Picker Radia(6r have helped the automotive class at Basic High School, Anderson added. Mitchell will offer tips on burglarproofing a home and crime in Section 27. River Mountain meeting Wednesday The River Mountain Ranch Estates Homeowners Association will conduct its monthly meeting at 7 p.m. Wednesday at Dooley Elementary, 1940Chickasaw Dr. The meeting will" include three presentations. Jeff Bondurant from Lake Mead Pest Control will speak on desert insects, Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department's Gary Hood will discuss the Neighborhood Watch program and Henderson Police officer Eari Nidetch gives to Women's Center The founder of Weight Watchers International is giving UNLV $1 million to provide financial support for the UNLV Women's Center and to establish a scholarship endowment. President Robert C. Maxson announced April 21. The gift came through the UNLV Foundation. Jean Nidetch, a Las Vegas icsident and founder of the wellknown weight control organization, is providing $500,000 to support the Women's Center and another $500,000 to create the Jean Nidetch Women's Center Scholarship Endowment. The Women's Center will also be • named for Nidetch. "Il is a privilege and an honor to participate in the activities of a university that I have admired at a distance for many years," Nidetch said. -^ ~ DAVID SMITH *cr lUDGE Paid lor by the Comminee to Elect DavW Smith bi X -t^ • %•*•* • -^ • • • ^ 'S • • ^ rff-rvT-vr^-i-t-r -|f j I AT TRIPLE -'* LOTS or run Am SURPRISESI "/o,,' S-rrREEnOWER *^^ FREECAnDY EnAnELPinroRALLnons LIVE RAOiO REHGTE WITH KORK 920An's UNCLE NIKE A great way to enjoy Mother's Day! I DOOR PRIZE DRAWiriG FOR The VreamLruise Norn's Choice^ ^$Z500r \ • VALUE ll^'S^rST" •',;. m On •rtv;: At 72S$.IUceTncklU. ikMttiM. nv iMis (702)566-5355 .//i fiiK dratnng oiu iinciltMTir '10 %. Mnjf Kuyl I rmic Unf ti I imtf OIIN-I q|K% I III II MiiW Dnl) ,w |rfiK m\M tit tt,tiO--H Ir n tut) ii Jt iMvm III hUh v\%aim wMr up "Wc are very grateful to Jean Nidetch for choosing to support our Women's Center," Maxson said. "Her generosity ensures that iheccntcrwill flourish and become an important resource on our campus. And of course, we are always pleased when a donor provides funding forscholarships, which enable many students to continue their educations." The endowment will fund general i;pholarships, with no restrictions based on gender, residence, scholastic achievement, or course of study. However, preference will be given to those applicants who demonstrate that they have overcome some form of adversity or hardship. The Women's Center is a new resource on campus that is designed tohelp'cmpowerall women to reach their full potential. Its missionisto enhance the academic and personaUdevelopment of women in Southem Nevada and acipss the state. REE p. JIM JENSEN FOR MAYOR YOUR FREEDOM WHICH GIVES YOU: To Have and Express Your Own Opinions & Ideas To Make Your Own Decisions and To Act On Them To Have A Say In Your OWN City Government THE RIGHT TO VOTE It's IMPORTANT and it's YOUR DUTY as a Citizen to do so. WHAT A CATCH—Fifth grader Christopher Weakland catches a water balloon during Field Day activities Friday at Dooley Elementary. ^ Photo bf Brian Joncp Magazine features GV teen Johnna Babcock, a Green Valley High School sophomore, wiU appear in the May issue of Teen Magazine as a 1993 Great Model Search regional semi-finalist. Babcock is one of 480 regional semi-finalists out of an approximate 24,000 annual entries. Sixteen giris from each region will appear in each month's issue through May. The field will be narrowed to 16 super semi-finalists for each region and then to 12 finalists. The winner will appear on the cover of the October issue and will receive a $5,000 cash award from sponsor Maybclline and appear in a national ad for the company. Babcock, a seven-year resident of Henderson, said she plans on studying law at Pepperdine University after graduation. Women's Health Care Personally We Care.,. Professionally We Serve. .. Please call for appt. ^ to take care of your J^v p ^^/Q obstctrica lor l^_j.[||| N^ gynecological needs. CHERYL Y EDWARDS.MO. ce^f. nfS^f% 566-8070 98 E. Lake Mead [)r., Suite 307 Henderson A SAM KITTERMAN for JUDGE 10 years experience Civil and Criminal Trial Attorney A man who knows the law A judge who will listen Paid for by Committee to elect Kltternion, Beverly Kltterman, Chairman w~ St. Rose Dominican Hospital & Guy A. Torres, M.D. are pleased to announce the association of Scott Olds, M.D specializing in Obstectrics/GyneCology asofMay 17,1993 Green Valley Women's Health Center 600 Whitney Ranch Drive, Building D, Suite 16 Henderson, Nevada 89014 Same day appointments now available at 435-0600 Go to the Polls Today To (ySE and ENJOYJhe MOST VITAL FREEDOM You Have: WE NEED A CHANGE!!! Remember, one person cannot make crucial, important, and needed changes happen all at once. Nor can one person make problems and inadequacy disappear ail at once. As your Mayor: 1 1^ AI\ and will listen to your concems and opinions with -no conflict of interest; • — 1 vAJN and will make my voice heard loud and clear when voting on the City Council. 1 W1L LI vote accordingly for what is best. A CHANGE IS COMING... TODAY IS THE DAY! I AM THE MAN! J Thank You for Your Support These Past Weeks. Today I Need Your Support Again Order To Ensure Progressive, Secure, and Happy Tomorrows For You and Your Family, PAID FOR BY THE COMMITTEE TO ELECT D. JIM JENSEN FOR MAYOR PLEASE VOTE FOR D. JIM JENSEN FORMAYOR ELECT LORIN WltlilAMS MAYOR / • \ ^ Councilman Lorin L. Williams has been endorsed by the following groups because of his proven ability to lead the city. Henderson Police Officers Association • L^s Vegas Metro Police Protective Association • North Las Vegas Police and Sheriffs Association • United Steelworkers of America, Local #5282 Teamsters Union, Local #14 • Southern Nevada Home Builders Association Campaign rhetoric aside, no other candidate for Mayor can match Councilman LorIn L. Williams proven ability, knowledge and experience to leading the City as Its Mayor. I earnestly solicit your vote on Election Day May 4th, 1993 Paid for by the Committee to Elect Loiin L. Willinins. Tinn VVillinms -Treasuier dnco De Mayo at jokers Wild! May 5th, 1993 jokers Wild Is Celebrating Cinco De Mayo in Their Troubador Lounge With 7 oz. Corona Spectacular .BEER MARGARITAS^ liie Supplies Last Flavored or Pl^in Come and Enjoy the jokers MEXICAN BUFFET LUNCH $3.25 Served in Jester's Court DINNER H.95 CASINO 920 North Boulder Highway

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wmm wmmmm ^^^ Page 6 Henderson Home News, Henderson,. Nevada Tuesday, May 4,1993 Tuesday, May 4,1993 i' ^ Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Page 7 All revved up and a place to • [• ByRoylheiss Nfivj Staff Writer Big engines in fast cars is a way of life for many youngsters. The power and roar of the engine combined with the exhilaration of the speed have enticed many a young man to see what he and his machine can do. For many young adults, they test their abilities and the car's strength in the streets. But for a number of Basic High School siudenis. they have learned that there is a right place and time for everything, including having fun. The high school drag race season will beginThursday at the Las Vegas Speedway and several Basic High students will participate in the second annual event sponsored by the National Hot Rod Association. Fashioned after the adult competition, students race weekly garnering points toward the coveted title of overall champion. "This is just like the big boys," said Mike Anderson, Basic High auto shop instructor. "The overall champion is deicmi incd on the points each time a student wins a heat The key is to be consistent," he said. At the end of the season in September, the overall champioh will win an all-expense paid trip to the NHR A regional competition i n Bakersfield, Call f. NHR A track winners from California, Nevada, Arizona, Utah and New Mexico will be at the competition. Travis Carter has the only car at the Speedway from Basic High School. He started racing his '73 Mercury Cougar last fall and a dozen friends assist him at the track. Carter became interested in drag racing after watching the Nostalgic Drag Races at the speedway lasr fall. The second time Carter attended the speedway, he entered his first race. "He was nervous," Anderson said. "He didn't eat lunch because he had butterflies." Carter caught the drag racing bug and flew with iL By his third race, he won the "King of the Hill" competition and treated his pit crew to breakfast at the Skyline Casino after the race with the money he had won. "We're just running for ftin," Carter said. "Everybody helps everyone. It's really a lot of fun." Drag racing at the speedway instills numerous beneficial traits in the students, Anderson said. Discipline and trust are two of the aspects Anderson cited. 'Travis can turn 15 *s (seconds in the quarter mile race] and if he is running against someone that turns 19's, Travis has to give him four seconds. It's the toughest thing to do; to wait Vt^hile the other guy's tail lights arc going away. It takes a lot of concentratioa" Although the young racers are competitors, they are learning that there is more to life than just winning. If a racer needs a tool, he can borrow one from another racer. "You may not have seen the guy before but.,there is not a problem loaning because they always come back," Anderson said. "I've been racing for 25 years and I have yet to lose one tool. They always come back," Anderson said he was gratehil for the community support. Walker Towing, Joe's Discount Performance, Sandy Gilbert's SRS, Picker Auto and Picker Radia(6r have helped the automotive class at Basic High School, Anderson added. Mitchell will offer tips on burglarproofing a home and crime in Section 27. River Mountain meeting Wednesday The River Mountain Ranch Estates Homeowners Association will conduct its monthly meeting at 7 p.m. Wednesday at Dooley Elementary, 1940Chickasaw Dr. The meeting will" include three presentations. Jeff Bondurant from Lake Mead Pest Control will speak on desert insects, Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department's Gary Hood will discuss the Neighborhood Watch program and Henderson Police officer Eari Nidetch gives to Women's Center The founder of Weight Watchers International is giving UNLV $1 million to provide financial support for the UNLV Women's Center and to establish a scholarship endowment. President Robert C. Maxson announced April 21. The gift came through the UNLV Foundation. Jean Nidetch, a Las Vegas icsident and founder of the wellknown weight control organization, is providing $500,000 to support the Women's Center and another $500,000 to create the Jean Nidetch Women's Center Scholarship Endowment. The Women's Center will also be • named for Nidetch. "Il is a privilege and an honor to participate in the activities of a university that I have admired at a distance for many years," Nidetch said. -^ ~ DAVID SMITH *cr lUDGE Paid lor by the Comminee to Elect DavW Smith bi X -t^ • %•*•* • -^ • • • ^ 'S • • ^ rff-rvT-vr^-i-t-r -|f j I AT TRIPLE -'* LOTS or run Am SURPRISESI "/o,,' S-rrREEnOWER *^^ FREECAnDY EnAnELPinroRALLnons LIVE RAOiO REHGTE WITH KORK 920An's UNCLE NIKE A great way to enjoy Mother's Day! I DOOR PRIZE DRAWiriG FOR The VreamLruise Norn's Choice^ ^$Z500r \ • VALUE ll^'S^rST" •',;. m On •rtv;: At 72S$.IUceTncklU. ikMttiM. nv iMis (702)566-5355 .//i fiiK dratnng oiu iinciltMTir '10 %. Mnjf Kuyl I rmic Unf ti I imtf OIIN-I q|K% I III II MiiW Dnl) ,w |rfiK m\M tit tt,tiO--H Ir n tut) ii Jt iMvm III hUh v\%aim wMr up "Wc are very grateful to Jean Nidetch for choosing to support our Women's Center," Maxson said. "Her generosity ensures that iheccntcrwill flourish and become an important resource on our campus. And of course, we are always pleased when a donor provides funding forscholarships, which enable many students to continue their educations." The endowment will fund general i;pholarships, with no restrictions based on gender, residence, scholastic achievement, or course of study. However, preference will be given to those applicants who demonstrate that they have overcome some form of adversity or hardship. The Women's Center is a new resource on campus that is designed tohelp'cmpowerall women to reach their full potential. Its missionisto enhance the academic and personaUdevelopment of women in Southem Nevada and acipss the state. REE p. JIM JENSEN FOR MAYOR YOUR FREEDOM WHICH GIVES YOU: To Have and Express Your Own Opinions & Ideas To Make Your Own Decisions and To Act On Them To Have A Say In Your OWN City Government THE RIGHT TO VOTE It's IMPORTANT and it's YOUR DUTY as a Citizen to do so. WHAT A CATCH—Fifth grader Christopher Weakland catches a water balloon during Field Day activities Friday at Dooley Elementary. ^ Photo bf Brian Joncp Magazine features GV teen Johnna Babcock, a Green Valley High School sophomore, wiU appear in the May issue of Teen Magazine as a 1993 Great Model Search regional semi-finalist. Babcock is one of 480 regional semi-finalists out of an approximate 24,000 annual entries. Sixteen giris from each region will appear in each month's issue through May. The field will be narrowed to 16 super semi-finalists for each region and then to 12 finalists. The winner will appear on the cover of the October issue and will receive a $5,000 cash award from sponsor Maybclline and appear in a national ad for the company. Babcock, a seven-year resident of Henderson, said she plans on studying law at Pepperdine University after graduation. Women's Health Care Personally We Care.,. Professionally We Serve. .. Please call for appt. ^ to take care of your J^v p ^^/Q obstctrica lor l^_j.[||| N^ gynecological needs. CHERYL Y EDWARDS.MO. ce^f. nfS^f% 566-8070 98 E. Lake Mead [)r., Suite 307 Henderson A SAM KITTERMAN for JUDGE 10 years experience Civil and Criminal Trial Attorney A man who knows the law A judge who will listen Paid for by Committee to elect Kltternion, Beverly Kltterman, Chairman w~ St. Rose Dominican Hospital & Guy A. Torres, M.D. are pleased to announce the association of Scott Olds, M.D specializing in Obstectrics/GyneCology asofMay 17,1993 Green Valley Women's Health Center 600 Whitney Ranch Drive, Building D, Suite 16 Henderson, Nevada 89014 Same day appointments now available at 435-0600 Go to the Polls Today To (ySE and ENJOYJhe MOST VITAL FREEDOM You Have: WE NEED A CHANGE!!! Remember, one person cannot make crucial, important, and needed changes happen all at once. Nor can one person make problems and inadequacy disappear ail at once. As your Mayor: 1 1^ AI\ and will listen to your concems and opinions with -no conflict of interest; • — 1 vAJN and will make my voice heard loud and clear when voting on the City Council. 1 W1L LI vote accordingly for what is best. A CHANGE IS COMING... TODAY IS THE DAY! I AM THE MAN! J Thank You for Your Support These Past Weeks. Today I Need Your Support Again Order To Ensure Progressive, Secure, and Happy Tomorrows For You and Your Family, PAID FOR BY THE COMMITTEE TO ELECT D. JIM JENSEN FOR MAYOR PLEASE VOTE FOR D. JIM JENSEN FORMAYOR ELECT LORIN WltlilAMS MAYOR / • \ ^ Councilman Lorin L. Williams has been endorsed by the following groups because of his proven ability to lead the city. Henderson Police Officers Association • L^s Vegas Metro Police Protective Association • North Las Vegas Police and Sheriffs Association • United Steelworkers of America, Local #5282 Teamsters Union, Local #14 • Southern Nevada Home Builders Association Campaign rhetoric aside, no other candidate for Mayor can match Councilman LorIn L. Williams proven ability, knowledge and experience to leading the City as Its Mayor. I earnestly solicit your vote on Election Day May 4th, 1993 Paid for by the Committee to Elect Loiin L. Willinins. Tinn VVillinms -Treasuier dnco De Mayo at jokers Wild! May 5th, 1993 jokers Wild Is Celebrating Cinco De Mayo in Their Troubador Lounge With 7 oz. Corona Spectacular .BEER MARGARITAS^ liie Supplies Last Flavored or Pl^in Come and Enjoy the jokers MEXICAN BUFFET LUNCH $3.25 Served in Jester's Court DINNER H.95 CASINO 920 North Boulder Highway

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m^mmmrmmmm mmm mmm ^mmmmimmmim ^^^^^^^n^ ^i^i^PiWPlPP!*!PP!PP!^?!^PB^ IIJ^P^W^ Page 8 Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Tuesday, May 4, 1993 Splond listed among 'Who's Who' Shirley Splond, director of alisting.andthenwasinterviewed Hcndereon's Holy Family Day on the phone after completing an Care, will be included in the 1992application. "EvidenUy somebody 1993 edition of Oxford's "Who's recommended me," she said. Who. ihc Elite Registi^ of ExShe will join the ranks of a host traordinary Professionals." of famous professionals includmg Inclusion in the registry is based Chrysler Chairman Lee lacocca. upon "the fundamental principle IBM chief executive officer John of reference value." said Adam Akers. Walt Disney's Michael Scott, managing editor, in a news Eisner and Microsoft founder release. Scott added Splond was William Gates, chosen for her career as director Splond said her hard work won of the center as well as a "long her the liSUng. "I think being a record of achievements and woman and going through the awards for community services." ranks... and along t^e way I did get my education," she said. "It feels wonderful," Splond, As dircctorofHoly Family Day 45, said Monday. "I noverihought Care, Splond administers a staff they would know who I am or of 11 employees who care for 60 anything about mc." children. With annual revenues of Splond has worked at Holy $190,000, she is also in charge of Family for 20 years. She started public relations. sh-i niriey spiona her way toassistantdircclorbcfore children, its been one of my lifestill plan to work with children, tends UNLV, said the listing has obtaining her current post. longdreams,"Splondsaid,adding But in the future I'd like to maybe yet to make her a celebrity among Splond said she received an she has another dream she hopes go into broadcasting." friends. "In fact, most of them invitation inihe mail to apply for to fulfill someday. "Right now, I Splond, who has a son who atd_on't even know," she said. BEAT ANY RATE IN THE STATE: Rii^hTnow, Jhfthot f6reer,\JSrWah}r-wiU~h'eAr any qualified fixed consumer instalment loan rate offered by any commercial or savings bank in the state. And we'll beat it by enough to give you the least expensive loan you can find. All you do is the siiopping. Vy.e do ask yoM to limv, or open, a U.S. Bank ^. checking account, and have monthly loan payments automatically deducted. But as requirements go, that one is easy. It also happens to be pretty convenient. ANY LOAN THEY CAN MAKE, WE CAN MAKE BETTER. hivcry week, we'll monitor loan rates at all major commercial and savings hanks. We'll then set competitive rates for every consumer loan we offer, • from auto loans to home equity.I JJJJ I So you can get a very good deal, CQUAL HOUSING ^ OPPORTWimr even without shopping. But to make AN UNBEATABLE OFFER ON CONSUMER INSTALMENT LOANS. For a limited time, we 'II heal any fixed consumer iiisialiiwiil lociii rale currently published by any commercial or savings Ixvih located in the stale excluding credit union loan rates. Wliat is included: rates on auto and home equity loans, as well as on loans for home improuement, boats, RVs, or to refinance a consumer loan from any other financial institution. In fact, this offer applies to almost every kind offixed-rale consumer loan, except new home purchase loans (home mortgages) or refinances of existing home purchase loans. sure youVe gctring^thebcfstxleatpossible, eheek around. If you find a rate that's better than what we're ofl"ering, just let us know about it. Once a we verify the specifics of that other loan, we'll cheerfully beat jjL..;^ "ftOWLOWCAN WE GO? Basically, we 'II beat the published loan rate you bring us by .10%, and match any other loan fees, that are part, of that same offer. Even the restrictions are reasonable. First, the ofl?er is for new loans only. And second, it can't be used in combination with other U.S. Bank coupons or reduced offers currently in effect. So how do you get started? Jufit stop by any branch of U.S. Bank. Or call our U.S. LOAN LINE;" tollfree, at l-8(K)-654-140(). If you'll do a litde shopping, we'll give you an unbeatable' rate. It's the least we can do. US. BANK. RAISE YOUR E X P ECTAT I ON S.U N B E ATA B i E LOAN RATES. And lufi % a fi w v^urK tri>in ihc tigjl tkprfrlnum^ I hi^ IN i iuniicd linic ofUr tubjccl to iTtdil approval May be withdrawn ji jny niiie. OffvT LXiludcs our lonipctitor^' *pitijl priiitio(ion.il rjn.-*. luw ofliriJ i> the mniTjl puhlu. I'^*.^ U.S. Bank of Nevada. Mc-mbir FDIC;. r 1 MOKTSTOWN HOTEL GL GAMBLIIMG HALL Mother's Day is a pretty special day around Sam's Town. So speciai Jliat we decided to rename our place for this one day only. Wb've also created a menu that Mom is sure to love, plus a few extra surprises. V • •- n ^ MARY'S DINER Served from 11:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. •Specials served with a Root Beer Float GRILLED CHICKEN BREAST Grilled & topped with tangy Orange Sauce -ORSTUFFED CENTER CUT PORK CHOPS Stuffed witti Apples & Raisins, grilled to a golden brown Served with Red Skin Potatoes & Vegetable of the Day $495 ^ SMOKEY JOE'S Served 11:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. -^— 'Specials served with homemade Vanilla Ice Cream topped with Melba Sauce! PEtlTE FILET MIGNON DINNER Served with Red Skin Potatoes & Vegetable of the Day $y95 FRESH FRUIT PLATTER Fresh Seasonal Fruits served in a Pmeapple Boat with a sidfi of Banana Dip $C95 DIAMOND LIL'S Brunch served from 9:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. •Specials served with fresh Strawberry Crepes and topped with Melba Sauce CRAB CAKE BENEDICT t Two Poached Eggs served over fluffy Crab Cake and topped with Hollandaise Sauce • : • ORCHICKEN BREAST BERNAISE Sauteed Chicken Breast covered with tangy Bernaise Sauce $g95 Dinner served from 4:00 p.m. to closing •Specials served with a Slice of Death by Chocolate Cake ROAST PRIME RIB OF BEEF Served Au Jus with Cream Horseradish Sauce $1295 CHICKEN PICCATA Sautfed Chicken Breast in tangy Lemon Butter Sauce WILLY & JOSE'S CANTINA Served 4:00 p.m. to closing TWO FOR ONE COMBINATION DINNER Now here's the extra surprises. .. /jZj^ FREE Gin FOR Join the Mother's Day fun at Sam's Town Bingo Parlour Sunday, -. May 9th. Free gift for every mom at all sessions. Starting at 7:30 a.m., 9:00 a.m.. 11:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m., 3:00 p.m., 5:00 p.m., 7:00 p.m.. 9:00 p.m. 11:00 p.m.., 1:00-3.m.. 2:45 a.m. •While supplies last. ^Aifi/QUEENS FOR ^^ A DAY. On Mother's Day. May 9th only, from midnight to midnight, all customers hitting "Four Queens" on video poker machines. $100 jackpots on all reel machines, or $200 jackpots on all video keno machines, (maximum coins in, no wik) cards) will be given a coupon that m\\ entitle them to spin the Bonus Cash Wheel located at the Tovi^n Hall lAU RULES ARE POSTED IN CASINO I EVERY MOM Tuesday, May 4,1993 Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Page 9 Senior Bingo group to meet St. Rose Dominican Hospital Senior Bingo will be held from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. Friday, May 7, in the hospital annex. A continental breakfasivill be served. • 'All senior citizens within the community are invited to attend the May session of St. Rose Dominican Hospital's Senior Bingo for a surprise presentation," said Sister Robert Joseph, coordinator of communitjieducation. "Senior Bingo groupmeets the firstFriday morning of each month to enjoy brunch and bingo with new and old friends." For more information about Senior Bingo, contact Sister Robert Joseph, 564-4542. Burkholder's straight A students listed The following Burkholder Middle School students received straight A's during the third quarter: Melanie Abbott, Pamela Adams, Andrea Allen, Molly Allord, Jeffrey Armendarez, Shannon Balderson, David Barclay, Jason Bitsko, and Brandi Bradshaw; Jennifer Cagley, Mary Campbell, Rochelle Campbell, Tyson Clouser, Jeremy Coe, Kimberiy Coe, Joshua Crawford, Kristin Crco, Michele Daidone and Nicole Davey; Sherene Davison, Chantelle Dccroff, Leann DemiUe, Jonadian Ford, April Griffin, Aleta Hagman, Adriaann Hash, Leah Hefner, Adam Hing, Lisa Houlihan, Amanda Hudson, Darnel Johnson, Michelle Johnson and Tara Kephart; Alia Kramer, Jacob Malone, Melanie Marconi, Ann McCaffrey, Edward McDermott, Harmony Neal, Callie Patterson, Kendra Perry, Anthony Peterson and Tiffany Reardon; Katie Reber, Rachael Ritchie, Claire Rotert, Bryan Savelio, Stephanie Schillinger, Clpstine Shoop, Jesse Smith, Fawn Spades, Nicole Stoker and Hillary Stone; Kristine Sullivan. Alicia Teravest, Heather Tolboe, Michelle Tolboe, Kimberiy Toolc, Emily Walker, Marcie White, Julie Whitehead, Atithony Whitney, Mandy Wilkins, Don Williams, Autumn Wofford, Kelly Wojciechowski and Joseph Zike. Diabetes class May 11-12 The Diabetes Education class offered by St. Rose Dominican Hospital will be held at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 11, and Wednesday, May 12. Diabetics and their family members are invited to attend this free class which meets at the Henderson Library at the comer of Water Street and Basic. "The key to coping with diabetes is knowledge," said Sister Robert Joseph Bailey, St. Rose Dominiqan Hospital's coordinator of McCaw liosts Fine Arts Festival McCaw Elementary School, 57 Lyrm Lane, will host its sixth annual Fine Arts Festival at 6 p.m. Thursday. The physical education, art and music department will present the picnic. The PTA will sell refreshments. Students in grades one through five will perform skits, dances and skills they have learned throughout the year, including a "Gala Congo Line." Obituaries Samuel J. Moore, 68, died May 3,1993, in a local hospital. Bom Sept. 29, 1924 in Otis. Kan., Moore was a veteran of the United States Navy serving during World War II, was a member of Masonic Lodge#330AF&MofLaCrosse, Kan., and a member of V.F.W. of Henderson. The family requests donations be made to the Nathan AdelsonHospice,4141 Swenson, Las Vegas, NV. 89119. He is survived by his wife, Jean Moore of Henderson; three daughters, Pamela and Kathy of Las Vegas, and Susan of Henderson; a son-in-law, Bruce Chapman of Las Vegas; his mother, Martha Moore of Muen-' ster, Texas; two sisters, Alvera Bosch of Gorham, Kan., and Florence Williams of Muenster, Texas and a bn)ther, Jim Moore of Henderson. Viewing services will be 2 to 7 p.m. Wednesday at Palm Valley View Chapel. Funeral services will be 10 a.m. Thursday also at Palm Valley View Chapel. Arrangements were handled by Palm Mortuary in Las Vegas. Wllilam 'Biil' Stevenson William "Bill" Stevenson, 82, a two and one-half year Henderson resident, died in a local hospital. Boni Sept. 27, 1910 in BuUer County, Pennsylvania, he was a retired steel woricer. He is survived by his daughter, Betty L. Taylor of Henderson and two brothers and six sisters in Pennsylvania and three grandchildren and five great grandchildren. Viewing services were held. Interment was in Pennsylvania. Palm Mortuary handled arrangements. community education. "Each month, our health care pre)fessionals present the latest advancements in treatment of diabetes to those affected by the disease. It's very important that diabetics and their families are aware of the techniques which can make their lives simpler. St. Rose Dominican is proud to be a local resource for diabetes education." Topics covered in the two-part class include common medications used in treatment of diabetes, the importance of foot care as well as proper diet and exercise. For more information, or to reserve a spot in the next class, call Sister Robert Joseph, 564-4542. The time has come for you, the Voter, to decide. DO WE CONTINUE ON AS USUAL? urn Do we get on with the path to Quality Growth? pit IH^ufat' TODAY! Paid lor by Commillee lo elect Dorothy Vondenbrink, Mayor, Cfiris Maesles. Cbairman < MunfSpal Judge Green Vaiiey Resident Law Enforcement Field, 16 Years S-Years iVIilitary Police Operations Sgt.~ 8 Years Secretary of State Investigator Office of Committeeman for TwoVerms Georqe finances his own campaign! He has no obligations to special interest groups His ONLY obligation is to YOU Citizen and VOTER George's promise Is: "Tough on criminals but FAIR!" PLEASE VOTE MAY 4ra! 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m^mmmrmmmm mmm mmm ^mmmmimmmim ^^^^^^^n^ ^i^i^PiWPlPP!*!PP!PP!^?!^PB^ IIJ^P^W^ Page 8 Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Tuesday, May 4, 1993 Splond listed among 'Who's Who' Shirley Splond, director of alisting.andthenwasinterviewed Hcndereon's Holy Family Day on the phone after completing an Care, will be included in the 1992application. "EvidenUy somebody 1993 edition of Oxford's "Who's recommended me," she said. Who. ihc Elite Registi^ of ExShe will join the ranks of a host traordinary Professionals." of famous professionals includmg Inclusion in the registry is based Chrysler Chairman Lee lacocca. upon "the fundamental principle IBM chief executive officer John of reference value." said Adam Akers. Walt Disney's Michael Scott, managing editor, in a news Eisner and Microsoft founder release. Scott added Splond was William Gates, chosen for her career as director Splond said her hard work won of the center as well as a "long her the liSUng. "I think being a record of achievements and woman and going through the awards for community services." ranks... and along t^e way I did get my education," she said. "It feels wonderful," Splond, As dircctorofHoly Family Day 45, said Monday. "I noverihought Care, Splond administers a staff they would know who I am or of 11 employees who care for 60 anything about mc." children. With annual revenues of Splond has worked at Holy $190,000, she is also in charge of Family for 20 years. She started public relations. sh-i niriey spiona her way toassistantdircclorbcfore children, its been one of my lifestill plan to work with children, tends UNLV, said the listing has obtaining her current post. longdreams,"Splondsaid,adding But in the future I'd like to maybe yet to make her a celebrity among Splond said she received an she has another dream she hopes go into broadcasting." friends. "In fact, most of them invitation inihe mail to apply for to fulfill someday. "Right now, I Splond, who has a son who atd_on't even know," she said. BEAT ANY RATE IN THE STATE: Rii^hTnow, Jhfthot f6reer,\JSrWah}r-wiU~h'eAr any qualified fixed consumer instalment loan rate offered by any commercial or savings bank in the state. And we'll beat it by enough to give you the least expensive loan you can find. All you do is the siiopping. Vy.e do ask yoM to limv, or open, a U.S. Bank ^. checking account, and have monthly loan payments automatically deducted. But as requirements go, that one is easy. It also happens to be pretty convenient. ANY LOAN THEY CAN MAKE, WE CAN MAKE BETTER. hivcry week, we'll monitor loan rates at all major commercial and savings hanks. We'll then set competitive rates for every consumer loan we offer, • from auto loans to home equity.I JJJJ I So you can get a very good deal, CQUAL HOUSING ^ OPPORTWimr even without shopping. But to make AN UNBEATABLE OFFER ON CONSUMER INSTALMENT LOANS. 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And second, it can't be used in combination with other U.S. Bank coupons or reduced offers currently in effect. So how do you get started? Jufit stop by any branch of U.S. Bank. Or call our U.S. LOAN LINE;" tollfree, at l-8(K)-654-140(). If you'll do a litde shopping, we'll give you an unbeatable' rate. It's the least we can do. US. BANK. RAISE YOUR E X P ECTAT I ON S.U N B E ATA B i E LOAN RATES. And lufi % a fi w v^urK tri>in ihc tigjl tkprfrlnum^ I hi^ IN i iuniicd linic ofUr tubjccl to iTtdil approval May be withdrawn ji jny niiie. OffvT LXiludcs our lonipctitor^' *pitijl priiitio(ion.il rjn.-*. luw ofliriJ i> the mniTjl puhlu. I'^*.^ U.S. Bank of Nevada. Mc-mbir FDIC;. r 1 MOKTSTOWN HOTEL GL GAMBLIIMG HALL Mother's Day is a pretty special day around Sam's Town. So speciai Jliat we decided to rename our place for this one day only. Wb've also created a menu that Mom is sure to love, plus a few extra surprises. V • •- n ^ MARY'S DINER Served from 11:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. •Specials served with a Root Beer Float GRILLED CHICKEN BREAST Grilled & topped with tangy Orange Sauce -ORSTUFFED CENTER CUT PORK CHOPS Stuffed witti Apples & Raisins, grilled to a golden brown Served with Red Skin Potatoes & Vegetable of the Day $495 ^ SMOKEY JOE'S Served 11:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. -^— 'Specials served with homemade Vanilla Ice Cream topped with Melba Sauce! PEtlTE FILET MIGNON DINNER Served with Red Skin Potatoes & Vegetable of the Day $y95 FRESH FRUIT PLATTER Fresh Seasonal Fruits served in a Pmeapple Boat with a sidfi of Banana Dip $C95 DIAMOND LIL'S Brunch served from 9:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. •Specials served with fresh Strawberry Crepes and topped with Melba Sauce CRAB CAKE BENEDICT t Two Poached Eggs served over fluffy Crab Cake and topped with Hollandaise Sauce • : • ORCHICKEN BREAST BERNAISE Sauteed Chicken Breast covered with tangy Bernaise Sauce $g95 Dinner served from 4:00 p.m. to closing •Specials served with a Slice of Death by Chocolate Cake ROAST PRIME RIB OF BEEF Served Au Jus with Cream Horseradish Sauce $1295 CHICKEN PICCATA Sautfed Chicken Breast in tangy Lemon Butter Sauce WILLY & JOSE'S CANTINA Served 4:00 p.m. to closing TWO FOR ONE COMBINATION DINNER Now here's the extra surprises. .. /jZj^ FREE Gin FOR Join the Mother's Day fun at Sam's Town Bingo Parlour Sunday, -. May 9th. Free gift for every mom at all sessions. Starting at 7:30 a.m., 9:00 a.m.. 11:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m., 3:00 p.m., 5:00 p.m., 7:00 p.m.. 9:00 p.m. 11:00 p.m.., 1:00-3.m.. 2:45 a.m. •While supplies last. ^Aifi/QUEENS FOR ^^ A DAY. On Mother's Day. May 9th only, from midnight to midnight, all customers hitting "Four Queens" on video poker machines. $100 jackpots on all reel machines, or $200 jackpots on all video keno machines, (maximum coins in, no wik) cards) will be given a coupon that m\\ entitle them to spin the Bonus Cash Wheel located at the Tovi^n Hall lAU RULES ARE POSTED IN CASINO I EVERY MOM Tuesday, May 4,1993 Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Page 9 Senior Bingo group to meet St. Rose Dominican Hospital Senior Bingo will be held from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. Friday, May 7, in the hospital annex. A continental breakfasivill be served. • 'All senior citizens within the community are invited to attend the May session of St. Rose Dominican Hospital's Senior Bingo for a surprise presentation," said Sister Robert Joseph, coordinator of communitjieducation. "Senior Bingo groupmeets the firstFriday morning of each month to enjoy brunch and bingo with new and old friends." For more information about Senior Bingo, contact Sister Robert Joseph, 564-4542. Burkholder's straight A students listed The following Burkholder Middle School students received straight A's during the third quarter: Melanie Abbott, Pamela Adams, Andrea Allen, Molly Allord, Jeffrey Armendarez, Shannon Balderson, David Barclay, Jason Bitsko, and Brandi Bradshaw; Jennifer Cagley, Mary Campbell, Rochelle Campbell, Tyson Clouser, Jeremy Coe, Kimberiy Coe, Joshua Crawford, Kristin Crco, Michele Daidone and Nicole Davey; Sherene Davison, Chantelle Dccroff, Leann DemiUe, Jonadian Ford, April Griffin, Aleta Hagman, Adriaann Hash, Leah Hefner, Adam Hing, Lisa Houlihan, Amanda Hudson, Darnel Johnson, Michelle Johnson and Tara Kephart; Alia Kramer, Jacob Malone, Melanie Marconi, Ann McCaffrey, Edward McDermott, Harmony Neal, Callie Patterson, Kendra Perry, Anthony Peterson and Tiffany Reardon; Katie Reber, Rachael Ritchie, Claire Rotert, Bryan Savelio, Stephanie Schillinger, Clpstine Shoop, Jesse Smith, Fawn Spades, Nicole Stoker and Hillary Stone; Kristine Sullivan. Alicia Teravest, Heather Tolboe, Michelle Tolboe, Kimberiy Toolc, Emily Walker, Marcie White, Julie Whitehead, Atithony Whitney, Mandy Wilkins, Don Williams, Autumn Wofford, Kelly Wojciechowski and Joseph Zike. Diabetes class May 11-12 The Diabetes Education class offered by St. Rose Dominican Hospital will be held at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 11, and Wednesday, May 12. Diabetics and their family members are invited to attend this free class which meets at the Henderson Library at the comer of Water Street and Basic. "The key to coping with diabetes is knowledge," said Sister Robert Joseph Bailey, St. Rose Dominiqan Hospital's coordinator of McCaw liosts Fine Arts Festival McCaw Elementary School, 57 Lyrm Lane, will host its sixth annual Fine Arts Festival at 6 p.m. Thursday. The physical education, art and music department will present the picnic. The PTA will sell refreshments. Students in grades one through five will perform skits, dances and skills they have learned throughout the year, including a "Gala Congo Line." Obituaries Samuel J. Moore, 68, died May 3,1993, in a local hospital. Bom Sept. 29, 1924 in Otis. Kan., Moore was a veteran of the United States Navy serving during World War II, was a member of Masonic Lodge#330AF&MofLaCrosse, Kan., and a member of V.F.W. of Henderson. The family requests donations be made to the Nathan AdelsonHospice,4141 Swenson, Las Vegas, NV. 89119. He is survived by his wife, Jean Moore of Henderson; three daughters, Pamela and Kathy of Las Vegas, and Susan of Henderson; a son-in-law, Bruce Chapman of Las Vegas; his mother, Martha Moore of Muen-' ster, Texas; two sisters, Alvera Bosch of Gorham, Kan., and Florence Williams of Muenster, Texas and a bn)ther, Jim Moore of Henderson. Viewing services will be 2 to 7 p.m. Wednesday at Palm Valley View Chapel. Funeral services will be 10 a.m. Thursday also at Palm Valley View Chapel. Arrangements were handled by Palm Mortuary in Las Vegas. Wllilam 'Biil' Stevenson William "Bill" Stevenson, 82, a two and one-half year Henderson resident, died in a local hospital. Boni Sept. 27, 1910 in BuUer County, Pennsylvania, he was a retired steel woricer. He is survived by his daughter, Betty L. Taylor of Henderson and two brothers and six sisters in Pennsylvania and three grandchildren and five great grandchildren. Viewing services were held. Interment was in Pennsylvania. Palm Mortuary handled arrangements. community education. "Each month, our health care pre)fessionals present the latest advancements in treatment of diabetes to those affected by the disease. It's very important that diabetics and their families are aware of the techniques which can make their lives simpler. St. Rose Dominican is proud to be a local resource for diabetes education." Topics covered in the two-part class include common medications used in treatment of diabetes, the importance of foot care as well as proper diet and exercise. For more information, or to reserve a spot in the next class, call Sister Robert Joseph, 564-4542. The time has come for you, the Voter, to decide. DO WE CONTINUE ON AS USUAL? urn Do we get on with the path to Quality Growth? pit IH^ufat' TODAY! Paid lor by Commillee lo elect Dorothy Vondenbrink, Mayor, Cfiris Maesles. Cbairman < MunfSpal Judge Green Vaiiey Resident Law Enforcement Field, 16 Years S-Years iVIilitary Police Operations Sgt.~ 8 Years Secretary of State Investigator Office of Committeeman for TwoVerms Georqe finances his own campaign! He has no obligations to special interest groups His ONLY obligation is to YOU Citizen and VOTER George's promise Is: "Tough on criminals but FAIR!" PLEASE VOTE MAY 4ra! 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mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm^m mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Page 10 Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Tuesday, May ^1993 Tuesday, May 4,1993 Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Page 11 HPRD offers Living Tree Memoriai Program The city of Henderson Paries and Recreation Department offers a Living Tree Memorial Program which allows an individual to commemorate an event or a person, and at the same lime beautify a favorite park through the planting of a tree with a plaque beside it or in a central area. The cost of a tree with a memorial plaque is $250. The cost of a tree without a memorial plaque is $175., An individual may also contribute money in any amount toward the purchase of a tree. All funds received will be deposited into a city tree memorial account fund. Upon receiving sufficient funds, trees will be purchased for planting. All donations arc tax deductible. For more information or to order a tree, call the city of Henderson Paries and Recreation Department at 565-2063. Middle school concept scaled back City honors three twenty-year employees TREE DONATION — Steve Rongyocsik, superintendent ofparks and facilities, Henderson Parks and Recreation Department, accepts a check trom Mary Ann Casella and family for the purchase and planting of tvfo Heritage Live Oak Trees and plaqueing of the trees. One tree is in memory of Ann M. Armandi, and the other is in dedication to rocky Armandi. The Armandi's are Casella's parents. CcHirtcfj Photo By Roy Theiss A^ewj Staff Writer The middle school concept will be scaled back due to insufRcient funding, said the.originatorof the idea in Henderson. "I've been informed that due to a lack of funding at the state level, we won't be able to continue some of the middle school programs," said Frank Lamping, principal at White Middle School. The middle school concept focuses on team teaching and a block of instructions. Teachers from English, reading, math, science and social studies work as a team with a group of students. Qne common subject is discussed in the different classes. Some spience classes and extr^curriculum activities will be cut. Lamping said. White Middle School had scheduled three years of science instead of the average one-and-a-half years of science most other schools provide. In addition to the science classes being cut, the length of the school day will also be reduced. Students Breast cancer topic of seminar This year, one out of every nine women will be diagnosed with breast cancer; the leading cause of death among women. According to Mary aim Mangan Lourcnco of the Mastectomy Association of Southern Nevada, the American Medical Association will soon revise that statistic to one out of every eight women. A few years ago, one in 10 women was diagnosed with brea^cancer. To leam about the latest mcdiUNLV theater endowed Las Vegas resident Jack Baiter has established a trust benefitting the Senior Adult Theatre Program in the Department of Theatre Arts and the University pf Nevada, Las Vegas. UNLV President Robert C. Maxson announced that the Baiter Family Senior Adult Theatre Program Endowment Fund was established by a $800,000 charitable remainder trust through the UNLV foundation. A charitable remainder trust allows a donor to earn a lifetime income and receive a tax deduction while providing the university with a generous gift. "We arc so appreciative of Jack and Roberta Baiter's great generosity," said Maxson. "This reinforces our reputation for serving, our population aged 55 and over, "'and forhaving the premiere Senior Adult Theatre Program in the United States, and really around the world." A long-time California resident and co-founder of California Closets with son Neil Baiter, Balterand his wife, Robeita rctired to Las Vegas three years ago. Balterstarted taking senior theater classes two years ago from Dr. Ann McDonough, and went on to perform in several Dcpartmcntbf Theatre Arts productions. "I just love what UNLV is doing for older adults with this Senior Theatre Program. I wanted to give something back for future generations, and support the hard work of Dr. Jeff Kocp and Dr. Ann McDonough," Baiter commented. The Senior Adult Theatre program was established by the Department of Theatre Arts chair, Koep in August 1990 with the help of McDonough. director of the program. In a short time, it has served hundreds of students in courscwork, productions, fellowships and volunteer committees. UNLV's nationally acclaimed program gained special attention when the Department of Theatre Arts hosted the first national Sertior Adult Theatre Festival. "Senior Theatre USA," Jan. 10-14, 1993. The week-long festival was attended by more than 1,100 participants from 32 states and several European countries. UNLV's Senior Adult Theatre performers have the honor of being the only senior theater group invited to perform at the 25th Anniversary Conference of the National Council on the Aging in Anaheim, Calif., on April 18, 1993. TTie group will perform their original oral history revue, "Seasons." cal options available in the treatment of the disease, a free seminar and physician panel dispussion will be held from 7 to 9 p.m., Wednesday, May 12^ in the Sunrise Hospital and Medical Center Auditorium, 3186 S. Maryland Parkway.. The panel includes: Dr. Charles Ebert, plastic surgeon; Dr. Larry Gardner, surgeon; Dr. Jordan Goodman, gynecologist; Dr. Barry Markman, plastic surgeon; and Dr. Joseph ^Quag^ana, oncologist. AH arc specialists in the treatment of breast cancer. Discussion topics will cover breast cancer risk factors, importance of self breast exams and mammograms, mastectoniies, rcconstructive surgery and chemotherapy. New technology, including use of the dnig tomoxifin and nipple tattooing, will also be explained. Seating at the seminaris limited. For reservations or information, call the Mastectomy Association of Nevada. 593-7272, or the Sunrise Volunteer Office, 7318188, Monday through Friday between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. AUTO fi DRIVE THRU OIL CHANGE SPECIAL AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION OIL & FILTER CHANGE • n $0! Most Cars Rg. $19.95 Pedwrnoixi. PiolKlion. OuolltY • featuring quality Penzoil Motor Oil I Includ**: Oil Chang* up lo 5 ql* 30 WT Oil • Oil Rltw • Lutx Chauli I 00 VahidM Equlppsd with Fllllngt MI.OO Hoiardout Wasla Faa/MuHl Grada Olla ^.00 HIghar 11 WITH THIS COUPON 34 Indudat: • Change Fluid • Change Filter • Change Gasket • Clean Transmission Pan • Check lor Leaks Reg. Price may vary l>y Make A Model of Car. 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Flamlnqo 454-7711 (In Rcnaisanco III Center Enter olf Pecos f.lcLeod) MON.-SAT. 8-6 il )JMiJWa i spent an extra hourduring the day in school at the middle school. Gov. Bob Miller's budget cuts will force the school to icsume a traditional schedule. Lamping said the cost for the longer school day was $100,000 for 1,000 students. But he added that the time was giving the students an edge in learning. "Everyone in the nation is talking about a longer school day and a longer school year." He said the cutback will hurt both students and teachers. The student-teacher ratio will increase because of the cutbacks, he added. "But some of the kids may be happy foroneless hourof school." Lamping initiated the middle school concept at Burkholder Junior High School before he transferred to White to open the new school. 'This [middle school concept] was to be a total component enhancement of education. .J (bought this [White Middle School] would be the ultimate in the middle school concept. "I thought it would be a shining example in Gark County. All the schools, except two, are moving toward themiddleschoolconcept. I felt this was the right direction." If Lamping had an opportunity to speak with the governor, he said he would tell him, "Gov. Miller, you made i commitment tocducation. You've tried but you haven't followed through. It t^es money and guts to fmd the necessary money to get the job done. "The ftiturc generationdepends on you to do what has to be done. I hope you stand by your commitment to the people." Lamping urges people to write their legislators to make education the number-one priority of this session. DO YOU l^ED A RIDE TO YOUR VOTING PUCE? Call 565-31SS OR S6S-9033 NOW! PtU Iw by ttw Commlltw lo Elcl Doromy Vony Aii^i (OiiiuJ iuuQi yju LiiUi u'jibJ^rfUiiuii.jii jiiUiuqj*.i^.;iio/ Buffalo Boots. Now you can experience a boot with the same soft fit, comfort and durability as those worn by the U.S. Calvary of the Old West — at savings of $53.00 a pair! Justin's American Plains Buffalo Boots for men are made from rugged, authentic American leather which is "hot stuffed" with oil and waxes in a unique tanning process to bring out the natural scars, imperfections and color variations that reflect its true beauty. Shop today for narrow or medium round toe st^es from our wide assortment of sizes in Chocolate (#1305 and #1306) and Black (#1307 and #1308). Ever/Day Low Price $162.98 NOW JUST $ioa98 Sak phct good while supplies lasi No special orders or layaways. No adjustments on prior purchases ^k>W\ flMPORIUHl AT SAM'S TOWN Bovldtr 8c Ndii* / 454-8017 / Open Daily Three city of Henderson cm*pIoyccs — Joe Alscnz, Jim Stegman and Dundee Jones — will be honored by the City Council at the Council's regular meeting Tuesday. May 11, in recognition of having completed 20 yean of service with the city. Joe Alsenz, operations and maintenance technician, started his career with the city on May 1, 1973, in the Construction and Maintenance Division of the Public Worics Department. He spent two years as a laborer and three years as a heavy equipment operator before moving to the Utility Division in 1977 as an operations and maintenance scrviceperson at the Water Treatment Plant. Alsenz now woiks as an operations and maintenance technician and his primary responsibilities are taking care of the Water Distribution System, which includes pumps, tanks acd the treatment of the water. He indicated that the last 20 years have been good for him. He said he enjoyed his work as a heavy equipment operator, and has enjoyed working with the Water Treatment Plant. He handles most of the water-quality calls the city receives from citizens, and he said he enjoys the public contact. He checks out pressure, odor and quality problems by going to the home and, if necessary, taking a sample for bacteriological testing. He said the city has an excellent lab at the Wastewater Treatment Plant, and will include a small lab facility in the new Water Treatment Plant, under construction. He noted that water treatment has become more sophisticated since he joined the city, and state certification is now required for all employees who work with water and its distribution. Utility Inspector Jim Stegman started with the city on May 7, 1^, 4l^ 9$ alaborerjn thePublic I Works Department. He has stayed with the PubJScWoiftls|>e|)running a true grass, roots campaii^.^You can support my efforts by getting the word out to your friends and neighbors.. Let them know they have a real choice this time, someone who has their best interests at heart. Word-of-mouth advertising is my most valuable resource. Thank you for your support, and remember to vote in the May 4th primary. Sincerely, College Graduate. University of Maryland 10 Years Federal Bureau of Investigation 24 Years Dick Bllck Company Includes sales management, bids & contracts accounting, product development, divisional vice-president President and General Manager of Dick Blick West since 1982. Former school board member and President Henderson Chamber of Commerce President 1990-1992 Member of the Chamber of Commerce Executive Board 1989 1993 Member of the Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors for 8 years Started the Marketing Committee, Membership Committee, Issues Committee, and Government Affairs Committee Helped establish 1%e Henderson Chamber of Commerce Ambassador Corps. Member Nevada Development Authority. Former member of the Nevada Development Authority Coordinating Committee Member of the Henderson Development Association Fomier board member Boy Scouts of American Prairie Council Member of the Knights of Columbus Awarded the Governors Industry Appreciation award twice 1984, 1987 Governor Miller proclaimed August 14. 1991 ^s John Flaherty Dky in the State of Nevada^ Named Chamber Man of the Year 1991 Awarded' the Golden Apple Award from the Clark County School Board Paid for l>y the Committee to Elect John Flaherty. Mayor, Alice Flaherty. Chairperson

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mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm^m mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Page 10 Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Tuesday, May ^1993 Tuesday, May 4,1993 Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Page 11 HPRD offers Living Tree Memoriai Program The city of Henderson Paries and Recreation Department offers a Living Tree Memorial Program which allows an individual to commemorate an event or a person, and at the same lime beautify a favorite park through the planting of a tree with a plaque beside it or in a central area. The cost of a tree with a memorial plaque is $250. The cost of a tree without a memorial plaque is $175., An individual may also contribute money in any amount toward the purchase of a tree. All funds received will be deposited into a city tree memorial account fund. Upon receiving sufficient funds, trees will be purchased for planting. All donations arc tax deductible. For more information or to order a tree, call the city of Henderson Paries and Recreation Department at 565-2063. Middle school concept scaled back City honors three twenty-year employees TREE DONATION — Steve Rongyocsik, superintendent ofparks and facilities, Henderson Parks and Recreation Department, accepts a check trom Mary Ann Casella and family for the purchase and planting of tvfo Heritage Live Oak Trees and plaqueing of the trees. One tree is in memory of Ann M. Armandi, and the other is in dedication to rocky Armandi. The Armandi's are Casella's parents. CcHirtcfj Photo By Roy Theiss A^ewj Staff Writer The middle school concept will be scaled back due to insufRcient funding, said the.originatorof the idea in Henderson. "I've been informed that due to a lack of funding at the state level, we won't be able to continue some of the middle school programs," said Frank Lamping, principal at White Middle School. The middle school concept focuses on team teaching and a block of instructions. Teachers from English, reading, math, science and social studies work as a team with a group of students. Qne common subject is discussed in the different classes. Some spience classes and extr^curriculum activities will be cut. Lamping said. White Middle School had scheduled three years of science instead of the average one-and-a-half years of science most other schools provide. In addition to the science classes being cut, the length of the school day will also be reduced. Students Breast cancer topic of seminar This year, one out of every nine women will be diagnosed with breast cancer; the leading cause of death among women. According to Mary aim Mangan Lourcnco of the Mastectomy Association of Southern Nevada, the American Medical Association will soon revise that statistic to one out of every eight women. A few years ago, one in 10 women was diagnosed with brea^cancer. To leam about the latest mcdiUNLV theater endowed Las Vegas resident Jack Baiter has established a trust benefitting the Senior Adult Theatre Program in the Department of Theatre Arts and the University pf Nevada, Las Vegas. UNLV President Robert C. Maxson announced that the Baiter Family Senior Adult Theatre Program Endowment Fund was established by a $800,000 charitable remainder trust through the UNLV foundation. A charitable remainder trust allows a donor to earn a lifetime income and receive a tax deduction while providing the university with a generous gift. "We arc so appreciative of Jack and Roberta Baiter's great generosity," said Maxson. "This reinforces our reputation for serving, our population aged 55 and over, "'and forhaving the premiere Senior Adult Theatre Program in the United States, and really around the world." A long-time California resident and co-founder of California Closets with son Neil Baiter, Balterand his wife, Robeita rctired to Las Vegas three years ago. Balterstarted taking senior theater classes two years ago from Dr. Ann McDonough, and went on to perform in several Dcpartmcntbf Theatre Arts productions. "I just love what UNLV is doing for older adults with this Senior Theatre Program. I wanted to give something back for future generations, and support the hard work of Dr. Jeff Kocp and Dr. Ann McDonough," Baiter commented. The Senior Adult Theatre program was established by the Department of Theatre Arts chair, Koep in August 1990 with the help of McDonough. director of the program. In a short time, it has served hundreds of students in courscwork, productions, fellowships and volunteer committees. UNLV's nationally acclaimed program gained special attention when the Department of Theatre Arts hosted the first national Sertior Adult Theatre Festival. "Senior Theatre USA," Jan. 10-14, 1993. The week-long festival was attended by more than 1,100 participants from 32 states and several European countries. UNLV's Senior Adult Theatre performers have the honor of being the only senior theater group invited to perform at the 25th Anniversary Conference of the National Council on the Aging in Anaheim, Calif., on April 18, 1993. TTie group will perform their original oral history revue, "Seasons." cal options available in the treatment of the disease, a free seminar and physician panel dispussion will be held from 7 to 9 p.m., Wednesday, May 12^ in the Sunrise Hospital and Medical Center Auditorium, 3186 S. Maryland Parkway.. The panel includes: Dr. Charles Ebert, plastic surgeon; Dr. Larry Gardner, surgeon; Dr. Jordan Goodman, gynecologist; Dr. Barry Markman, plastic surgeon; and Dr. Joseph ^Quag^ana, oncologist. AH arc specialists in the treatment of breast cancer. Discussion topics will cover breast cancer risk factors, importance of self breast exams and mammograms, mastectoniies, rcconstructive surgery and chemotherapy. New technology, including use of the dnig tomoxifin and nipple tattooing, will also be explained. Seating at the seminaris limited. For reservations or information, call the Mastectomy Association of Nevada. 593-7272, or the Sunrise Volunteer Office, 7318188, Monday through Friday between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. AUTO fi DRIVE THRU OIL CHANGE SPECIAL AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION OIL & FILTER CHANGE • n $0! Most Cars Rg. $19.95 Pedwrnoixi. PiolKlion. OuolltY • featuring quality Penzoil Motor Oil I Includ**: Oil Chang* up lo 5 ql* 30 WT Oil • Oil Rltw • Lutx Chauli I 00 VahidM Equlppsd with Fllllngt MI.OO Hoiardout Wasla Faa/MuHl Grada Olla ^.00 HIghar 11 WITH THIS COUPON 34 Indudat: • Change Fluid • Change Filter • Change Gasket • Clean Transmission Pan • Check lor Leaks Reg. Price may vary l>y Make A Model of Car. 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Flamlnqo 454-7711 (In Rcnaisanco III Center Enter olf Pecos f.lcLeod) MON.-SAT. 8-6 il )JMiJWa i spent an extra hourduring the day in school at the middle school. Gov. Bob Miller's budget cuts will force the school to icsume a traditional schedule. Lamping said the cost for the longer school day was $100,000 for 1,000 students. But he added that the time was giving the students an edge in learning. "Everyone in the nation is talking about a longer school day and a longer school year." He said the cutback will hurt both students and teachers. The student-teacher ratio will increase because of the cutbacks, he added. "But some of the kids may be happy foroneless hourof school." Lamping initiated the middle school concept at Burkholder Junior High School before he transferred to White to open the new school. 'This [middle school concept] was to be a total component enhancement of education. .J (bought this [White Middle School] would be the ultimate in the middle school concept. "I thought it would be a shining example in Gark County. All the schools, except two, are moving toward themiddleschoolconcept. I felt this was the right direction." If Lamping had an opportunity to speak with the governor, he said he would tell him, "Gov. Miller, you made i commitment tocducation. You've tried but you haven't followed through. It t^es money and guts to fmd the necessary money to get the job done. "The ftiturc generationdepends on you to do what has to be done. I hope you stand by your commitment to the people." Lamping urges people to write their legislators to make education the number-one priority of this session. DO YOU l^ED A RIDE TO YOUR VOTING PUCE? Call 565-31SS OR S6S-9033 NOW! PtU Iw by ttw Commlltw lo Elcl Doromy Vony Aii^i (OiiiuJ iuuQi yju LiiUi u'jibJ^rfUiiuii.jii jiiUiuqj*.i^.;iio/ Buffalo Boots. Now you can experience a boot with the same soft fit, comfort and durability as those worn by the U.S. Calvary of the Old West — at savings of $53.00 a pair! Justin's American Plains Buffalo Boots for men are made from rugged, authentic American leather which is "hot stuffed" with oil and waxes in a unique tanning process to bring out the natural scars, imperfections and color variations that reflect its true beauty. Shop today for narrow or medium round toe st^es from our wide assortment of sizes in Chocolate (#1305 and #1306) and Black (#1307 and #1308). Ever/Day Low Price $162.98 NOW JUST $ioa98 Sak phct good while supplies lasi No special orders or layaways. No adjustments on prior purchases ^k>W\ flMPORIUHl AT SAM'S TOWN Bovldtr 8c Ndii* / 454-8017 / Open Daily Three city of Henderson cm*pIoyccs — Joe Alscnz, Jim Stegman and Dundee Jones — will be honored by the City Council at the Council's regular meeting Tuesday. May 11, in recognition of having completed 20 yean of service with the city. Joe Alsenz, operations and maintenance technician, started his career with the city on May 1, 1973, in the Construction and Maintenance Division of the Public Worics Department. He spent two years as a laborer and three years as a heavy equipment operator before moving to the Utility Division in 1977 as an operations and maintenance scrviceperson at the Water Treatment Plant. Alsenz now woiks as an operations and maintenance technician and his primary responsibilities are taking care of the Water Distribution System, which includes pumps, tanks acd the treatment of the water. He indicated that the last 20 years have been good for him. He said he enjoyed his work as a heavy equipment operator, and has enjoyed working with the Water Treatment Plant. He handles most of the water-quality calls the city receives from citizens, and he said he enjoys the public contact. He checks out pressure, odor and quality problems by going to the home and, if necessary, taking a sample for bacteriological testing. He said the city has an excellent lab at the Wastewater Treatment Plant, and will include a small lab facility in the new Water Treatment Plant, under construction. He noted that water treatment has become more sophisticated since he joined the city, and state certification is now required for all employees who work with water and its distribution. Utility Inspector Jim Stegman started with the city on May 7, 1^, 4l^ 9$ alaborerjn thePublic I Works Department. He has stayed with the PubJScWoiftls|>e|)running a true grass, roots campaii^.^You can support my efforts by getting the word out to your friends and neighbors.. Let them know they have a real choice this time, someone who has their best interests at heart. Word-of-mouth advertising is my most valuable resource. Thank you for your support, and remember to vote in the May 4th primary. Sincerely, College Graduate. University of Maryland 10 Years Federal Bureau of Investigation 24 Years Dick Bllck Company Includes sales management, bids & contracts accounting, product development, divisional vice-president President and General Manager of Dick Blick West since 1982. Former school board member and President Henderson Chamber of Commerce President 1990-1992 Member of the Chamber of Commerce Executive Board 1989 1993 Member of the Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors for 8 years Started the Marketing Committee, Membership Committee, Issues Committee, and Government Affairs Committee Helped establish 1%e Henderson Chamber of Commerce Ambassador Corps. Member Nevada Development Authority. Former member of the Nevada Development Authority Coordinating Committee Member of the Henderson Development Association Fomier board member Boy Scouts of American Prairie Council Member of the Knights of Columbus Awarded the Governors Industry Appreciation award twice 1984, 1987 Governor Miller proclaimed August 14. 1991 ^s John Flaherty Dky in the State of Nevada^ Named Chamber Man of the Year 1991 Awarded' the Golden Apple Award from the Clark County School Board Paid for l>y the Committee to Elect John Flaherty. Mayor, Alice Flaherty. Chairperson

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WSSfM mm Page 12 Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada :X Tuesday, May 4,1993 Vote from Page 1 rcgularprecincts arc served by 16 polling centers. Each ofthcccntcrsls monitored 'by a handful of election board 'members, including acoordinator and an assistant. The members arc fully armed — with cellular phones and hotline numbers—to I accommodate any k'inks or Questions. '<\ In addition, roving "trouble1 ^hooters" are each assigned sevI pal precincts to cover. • At 7 p.m., when all polls close, I brccincts will begin balancing, a I process open to the public. After double-checking rosters and voter records, an Official Ballot State^ mcni is made — the original is locked in a sealed transfer ckse tujiding the ballots, while a duplicate is sent down to the Cashman Field tabulation center with an election board member. The transfer case is padlocked with a special lock that cannot be reused after opening. The control number on the lock is also registered on the statement inside. From the poll, the transfer case is taken to the Henderson City Clerk's office by two members of the Election Board of opposite political jparties.— City Hall is Henderson's Receiving Center for all ballots. While City Clerk Colleen BeU will have been at Cashman Field for several hours before the 16 transfer cases arrive there, assistant city clerk Susan Robison will be running the show. After Robison signs off the transfer case, required paperwork and rosters for each poll, minutes clerk Stephanie Oaks and a Henderson police officer will dscort all materials downtown. Once the ballots reach Cashman Field, they are transferred to a counting room and signed in by an Acceptance Board. Note there is a Las Vegas Metropolitan Police officer at each point, from here on. The Acceptance Board verifies the transfer case seals and passes the box to the Input Station which opens the cases, verifies the paperwork and padlock nunirc!', and lines the ballots up for computer processing. Ballots then proceed from the Certification Canvassing Board to the card readers, who stack them in one of four machines which can read through 900 cards a minute. The computers on this machine are solely for interpretDrinking Water Week May 2-8 "Drinking water is the environmental and public health issue that is closest to home,' said John Daniel, chair of the National f Drinking Water Alliance, "and • citizens have more power over it j than they think." I The national alliance of nonprofit groups is urging more I people to use their "Blue j Thumbs" to conserve water, J protect it, and get involved in water-related decision making in i their local communities. Tlic effort is part of National ^Drinking Water Weclc activities jjMay2-8. y "The Blue Thumb concept, tpattcmcd after the green thumb kidca, is a national call to action to bake special care of water so there ns enough safe water to drink now and in the future," Daniel said. > • The Alliance notes that each (lay people make decisions that affect water, whether it's turning 6ff the tap when brushing their )tecth, disposing of household jfoxfl^'property, or voting fUfl^' Jise policies on the basis of how they affect community drinking water. "The most important decisions about water are made by individuals, in homes, in schools, in work places and in communities. ^c estimate that each individual pan make up to 30 decisions a day |liat affect water," Daniel said. The Alliance is urging people to practice BlueThumbthinkingand make those 30 decisions with conserving and protecting water in mind. The Alliance has developed a Blue Thumb Quiz so people can test their knowledge of how to take care of drinking water and a li.st of Blue Thumb Bloopers, the. nine most embarrassing drinking water goofs. Contact your local water provider, US Environmental Protection Agency office. County Extension offieev League of Women Voters, orthe National Drinking Water Week Headquarters, c/o of the American Water Works Association, 6666 West QuincyAve., Denver, Colo., 80235 formore information. Send a self-addressed, stamped envelope to receive a free copy of the Blue Thumb Quiz, Blue Thumb Bloopers, and the Blue Thumb Citizen's Action Guide. National Drinking Water Week is held each May. Alliance partners include the American Water Works Association, the Environmental Protection Agency, the USDA Extension Service, the American Ground Water Trust, the League of Women Voters Education Fund, the Water Education Foundation, the Association of State Drinking Water Administrators, the National. Association of Water Companies, the Association of Metropolitan Water Agencies, the American Library Association and the National Geographic Society. Advertise in the News Introducing: Carol's Canine Castle (formerly K-9 Klip Joint) Give Your Pet The Royal Treatment The nev^ owner, Carol Stewart has Channpion Yorkies and Shih Tzu's. ShBiwelconnes all the old customers and new custonners that are looking for a place to pamper their pet. If you have a cat or a big dog, bring them in and meet the new owner. v~-'^'^r"N 151 Water Street Henderson ^^ | 565-1099 ^^^^' Omm A Ymsr DROUGHT TOLERANT PLANT SALE SPRING 15 Gallon $^^ $25 5 Gallon $0^ $-50 5 Gallon $M^^ $10 1 GaUon $J^5 $ 2*> • Blue Palo Verde • Mexican Palo Verde • Chilean Mesquite • Velvet Mesquite • Cat Claw Acacia • Fountain Grass • Red Yucca • Jojoba • Fruit Trees • Assort. Cacti • Small's Acacia • Desert Willow • Screwbean Mesquite • Mescal Bean U' MAY 7th, 8th & 9th Fri., Sat., & Suii. 8 A.M. 4 P. Community College of Southern Nevada Henderson Campus 700 So. College Drive Advertise in the News ing the holes punched in the ballots, not for counting votes. The machine computers then send those interpretations to the mastersystem fortabulation. After calculation, reports will be printed and board members will routinely copy this information on ^diskette to upload on the mainframe computer. This computer will only relay informatinlh('r/i Xcviidd Arthritis Why live with it? a FREE lecture by Andrew J.Weldi,MD Storday, May 8, 1993 11:00 a.m. SOUTHWEST ARTHRITIS & JOINT REPLACEMENT CLINIC 2055 EAST SAHARA Dr. Welch will discuss: • Medications (new and old) >^' • Joint replacement siirgeiy ^~ ^ for severely arthritic joints. • Microscopic (arthroscopic) knee surgery for the treatment of elderiy and moderate arthritic knee problems this treatment may delay the need for joint replacement in the future. Limited Seating Please Call for Reservations (702)737-3438 Tuesday, Mij^l, 1993 Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Page 13 Rotary auction May 8 The Henderson Rotary Qub is sponsoring a Building Materials Auction on Saturday, May 8, with aprcvicwat7a.m. and the auction, with auaionecr Mike Roberts, at 9 a.m. The auction will talce i^ace at the Southwest Gas Service Ccnteron N. Boulder Highway across from the Jokers Wild. Donationsof good, new or used materials for the auction are also being sought and this can be done by calling Voice MaU number 226-1482. The News covers your community Re-Elect Mike HARRIS City Council PtW for by (rivKte to tltci Miht Harris Elect L.P. BAK Full-time JUDGE REUNION—Six-year-old Mikey Kale was reunited at McCarran International Airport with his stepfather and mother. Kale was abducted by his father and taken to Croatia. Photo by Brtanjon* • Well, Qualified. Mother and child reunion a harrowing experience By Roy Theiss A^ews Staff Writer For any parent, to have a child abducted is a blowing experience. Barbara Spieitr's experience became a nightmare when she found out her 6-year-oldson was taken by her ex-husband to a country that is in the .midst of a civil war. Febmary and tSS^Tto Croatia. When Spierer ascertained her son was in Croatia, she was frantic. "It was pretty scary not knowing where he was. But when I found out he was in Croatia, I was screaming at him [ejtrhusband] on the phone but he wouldn't let me talk to Mikey." Spierer's ex-husband has parents living in Croatia. Tracking down her son was only one part of trying to bring him home. Originally, the American ambassador was to pick Kale up and bring ftim to the embassy to reunite him with his mother. But the judge, social worker, pediatrician and psychiatrist thought removing a child from a parent in a foreign country would be too traumatic. They told Spierer she would 'meet her child at the courtroom Jo bri|ig hija toe, But jhere was one major supulation: The transition had to be smooth or Kale would remain in Croatia with his father. "They said if it was too traumatic, he would stay," Spierer said. "It was more scary than going into the war itself. 1 thought 1 could possibly lose him." Before Spierer arrived at the courthouse, Kale and his father spent two hours together. The father tried to blame everything,' on her, Spierer said. "He [father] said he would be taken away and thrown in jail. He told Mikey that 1 was an ogre. "When 1 came intb the courtroom, Mikey was really scared. I almost went into shock." Tongued-tied, Spierer didn't know what to say. "1 was scared to say anything." A representative for Spierer's talking about the toys they had; brought. Spierer buried her soft inher amis but he was still calling for his father, while the team of counselors observed. "1 knew he was scared," Spierer said. "He thought his father was going to be thrown in jail. I settled him down and told him I care about him and didn't waiit to hurt his dad." An agonizing halfhourpassed before Spierer was allowed to take Kale home. "It seemed like an eternity. 1 wanted to break down and get hysterical but 1 couldn't." Spierer said it was inhumane for her ex-husband to take Kale to Croatia. Kale openly talks about the war. "He said the children were told not to play with the bombs in the streets." Toys with explosives were placed inside bombs, which would explode when handled, she added. Upon their reunion, Kale asked his mother why she was wearing a yellow ribbon on her coUar. Spiererexplained that the yellow ribbon is a symbolic gesture for wishing someone to retum home. "On the plane home, Mikey was reading a booklet about the "Forgetful Boy" who ties a string around his finger. He had five yellowish strings around his fingers and Mikey said, 'Look mom, he has five missing family members." • Fair & Impartial • Will Protect Lawful Rights • No'Confiicts of Interests Paid by Committee to Elect L.P. Bair Montgomery GP Bill increases funds Recent increases in the amount of mor^ey for college available througi the Montgomery Gl Bill means that qualified young men and women enlisting in the U.S. Army Reserve now can rcceiv^ even more money each month for college, a U.S. Army spokesman said, i v\ Through the U.S. Army Reserve Montgomery (S\ Bill, soldiers can receive $ 190 a month for 36 aca' demic monilis as a full-time student; $142.50 a month for 48 academic months as a threequarter time student while a half, tiflne student receives $95 a month /for 72 academic months, for a total of $6,840 in Montgomery GI Bill money for college or vocational-technical school. This is in addition to the over $16,750 in part-time income they can earn during a standard six-year Army Reserve enlistment. As a member of the Army Reserve, more than 250,000 men and women serve their counuy, usually one weekend a month, at nearby Army Reserve Centers, plus attending a two-week annual training session with their unit. When many of these soldiers are not on military duty, they're college students, paying for their education injjan with military dollars. To qualify for this entitlement, in addition to being a high school graduate, the Reserve soldier caimot have received Senior Reserve Officer Training Corps (SROTC) scholarship benefits, or have completed a baccalaureate degree or equivalent • • • • • • • • -^ • • • VOTER REGISTRfrriON VOTER REQISTRfrriON for th GancrQl Eloction WillClosQ May 8,1993 at 5:00 P.M. Rogistvr to Vote at City Civrk's Offlco 240 Watr Strat Hndnon ^^_^_^^_^_^^_^^^^^^ HFNnFR*^nN w) fcx)uB/c.w rHOME NEWS / i Delivered to your home every Tuesday & Thursday momlng for only $20> Per Year Home Delivery h;i .Just fill out the information below and I mail to: HENDERSON HOME NEWS I X P.O. BOX 90430 Y ^ Henderson, Nevada 89009 \ Please start, my subscr^ytion. Name^— Address. T PhoneFOR OfnCC USE ONLY) Endosed b my check or money order for 20 for thfr^ne year home delivery subscription. Signed. twnmiNoa I HENDERSON HOME NE1IVS564-1W1 m CITY OF HENDERSON, NEVADA MUNICIPAL PRIMARY AND SPECIAL BOND ELECTION TUESDAY, MAY 4, 1993 CITY OF HENDERSON PARK BOND QUESTION O Shall the City Council of the City of Henderson be authorized to issue up to $18,000,000 of general obligation park bonds? (The City does not Intend to increase property taxes to pay for the bonds.) ~_J YES 25 NO 26 ^\IF FINDING "',.* A DOCTOR 'H'l FRUSTRATES YOU, 4 PUNCH THIS. .-t -'O City Councilman MIKE HARRIS urges you to join him with a Yes vote in support of the Henderson Park Bond QuesHon. Our City nedds and deserves more porksl Vote Yes May 4th. Paid by frj*"*!* of PoHo ond MilrfHorf!*, City Councilmon iaa=*i >.' • We've all been through It. ^}ik^ Something's wrong and you '^i^MA "^^ ^^ doctor quickly. But you have such little luck •'/'/^ finding one In the yellow pages, that after a while, the only N^ • color you see Is red. But even though you may ^S*^ feel like It, you don't have to hit anything, except the phone one last time. Just dial Desert Springs Hospital's Call For Health, where ^, \'. ,>,' a registered nurse ^In will get you an appointment with a w/'VV qualified doctor right away. And that alone should make you start to feel better. 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WSSfM mm Page 12 Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada :X Tuesday, May 4,1993 Vote from Page 1 rcgularprecincts arc served by 16 polling centers. Each ofthcccntcrsls monitored 'by a handful of election board 'members, including acoordinator and an assistant. The members arc fully armed — with cellular phones and hotline numbers—to I accommodate any k'inks or Questions. '<\ In addition, roving "trouble1 ^hooters" are each assigned sevI pal precincts to cover. • At 7 p.m., when all polls close, I brccincts will begin balancing, a I process open to the public. After double-checking rosters and voter records, an Official Ballot State^ mcni is made — the original is locked in a sealed transfer ckse tujiding the ballots, while a duplicate is sent down to the Cashman Field tabulation center with an election board member. The transfer case is padlocked with a special lock that cannot be reused after opening. The control number on the lock is also registered on the statement inside. From the poll, the transfer case is taken to the Henderson City Clerk's office by two members of the Election Board of opposite political jparties.— City Hall is Henderson's Receiving Center for all ballots. While City Clerk Colleen BeU will have been at Cashman Field for several hours before the 16 transfer cases arrive there, assistant city clerk Susan Robison will be running the show. After Robison signs off the transfer case, required paperwork and rosters for each poll, minutes clerk Stephanie Oaks and a Henderson police officer will dscort all materials downtown. Once the ballots reach Cashman Field, they are transferred to a counting room and signed in by an Acceptance Board. Note there is a Las Vegas Metropolitan Police officer at each point, from here on. The Acceptance Board verifies the transfer case seals and passes the box to the Input Station which opens the cases, verifies the paperwork and padlock nunirc!', and lines the ballots up for computer processing. Ballots then proceed from the Certification Canvassing Board to the card readers, who stack them in one of four machines which can read through 900 cards a minute. The computers on this machine are solely for interpretDrinking Water Week May 2-8 "Drinking water is the environmental and public health issue that is closest to home,' said John Daniel, chair of the National f Drinking Water Alliance, "and • citizens have more power over it j than they think." I The national alliance of nonprofit groups is urging more I people to use their "Blue j Thumbs" to conserve water, J protect it, and get involved in water-related decision making in i their local communities. Tlic effort is part of National ^Drinking Water Weclc activities jjMay2-8. y "The Blue Thumb concept, tpattcmcd after the green thumb kidca, is a national call to action to bake special care of water so there ns enough safe water to drink now and in the future," Daniel said. > • The Alliance notes that each (lay people make decisions that affect water, whether it's turning 6ff the tap when brushing their )tecth, disposing of household jfoxfl^'property, or voting fUfl^' Jise policies on the basis of how they affect community drinking water. "The most important decisions about water are made by individuals, in homes, in schools, in work places and in communities. ^c estimate that each individual pan make up to 30 decisions a day |liat affect water," Daniel said. The Alliance is urging people to practice BlueThumbthinkingand make those 30 decisions with conserving and protecting water in mind. The Alliance has developed a Blue Thumb Quiz so people can test their knowledge of how to take care of drinking water and a li.st of Blue Thumb Bloopers, the. nine most embarrassing drinking water goofs. Contact your local water provider, US Environmental Protection Agency office. County Extension offieev League of Women Voters, orthe National Drinking Water Week Headquarters, c/o of the American Water Works Association, 6666 West QuincyAve., Denver, Colo., 80235 formore information. Send a self-addressed, stamped envelope to receive a free copy of the Blue Thumb Quiz, Blue Thumb Bloopers, and the Blue Thumb Citizen's Action Guide. National Drinking Water Week is held each May. Alliance partners include the American Water Works Association, the Environmental Protection Agency, the USDA Extension Service, the American Ground Water Trust, the League of Women Voters Education Fund, the Water Education Foundation, the Association of State Drinking Water Administrators, the National. Association of Water Companies, the Association of Metropolitan Water Agencies, the American Library Association and the National Geographic Society. Advertise in the News Introducing: Carol's Canine Castle (formerly K-9 Klip Joint) Give Your Pet The Royal Treatment The nev^ owner, Carol Stewart has Channpion Yorkies and Shih Tzu's. ShBiwelconnes all the old customers and new custonners that are looking for a place to pamper their pet. If you have a cat or a big dog, bring them in and meet the new owner. v~-'^'^r"N 151 Water Street Henderson ^^ | 565-1099 ^^^^' Omm A Ymsr DROUGHT TOLERANT PLANT SALE SPRING 15 Gallon $^^ $25 5 Gallon $0^ $-50 5 Gallon $M^^ $10 1 GaUon $J^5 $ 2*> • Blue Palo Verde • Mexican Palo Verde • Chilean Mesquite • Velvet Mesquite • Cat Claw Acacia • Fountain Grass • Red Yucca • Jojoba • Fruit Trees • Assort. Cacti • Small's Acacia • Desert Willow • Screwbean Mesquite • Mescal Bean U' MAY 7th, 8th & 9th Fri., Sat., & Suii. 8 A.M. 4 P. Community College of Southern Nevada Henderson Campus 700 So. College Drive Advertise in the News ing the holes punched in the ballots, not for counting votes. The machine computers then send those interpretations to the mastersystem fortabulation. After calculation, reports will be printed and board members will routinely copy this information on ^diskette to upload on the mainframe computer. This computer will only relay informatinlh('r/i Xcviidd Arthritis Why live with it? a FREE lecture by Andrew J.Weldi,MD Storday, May 8, 1993 11:00 a.m. SOUTHWEST ARTHRITIS & JOINT REPLACEMENT CLINIC 2055 EAST SAHARA Dr. Welch will discuss: • Medications (new and old) >^' • Joint replacement siirgeiy ^~ ^ for severely arthritic joints. • Microscopic (arthroscopic) knee surgery for the treatment of elderiy and moderate arthritic knee problems this treatment may delay the need for joint replacement in the future. Limited Seating Please Call for Reservations (702)737-3438 Tuesday, Mij^l, 1993 Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Page 13 Rotary auction May 8 The Henderson Rotary Qub is sponsoring a Building Materials Auction on Saturday, May 8, with aprcvicwat7a.m. and the auction, with auaionecr Mike Roberts, at 9 a.m. The auction will talce i^ace at the Southwest Gas Service Ccnteron N. Boulder Highway across from the Jokers Wild. Donationsof good, new or used materials for the auction are also being sought and this can be done by calling Voice MaU number 226-1482. The News covers your community Re-Elect Mike HARRIS City Council PtW for by (rivKte to tltci Miht Harris Elect L.P. BAK Full-time JUDGE REUNION—Six-year-old Mikey Kale was reunited at McCarran International Airport with his stepfather and mother. Kale was abducted by his father and taken to Croatia. Photo by Brtanjon* • Well, Qualified. Mother and child reunion a harrowing experience By Roy Theiss A^ews Staff Writer For any parent, to have a child abducted is a blowing experience. Barbara Spieitr's experience became a nightmare when she found out her 6-year-oldson was taken by her ex-husband to a country that is in the .midst of a civil war. Febmary and tSS^Tto Croatia. When Spierer ascertained her son was in Croatia, she was frantic. "It was pretty scary not knowing where he was. But when I found out he was in Croatia, I was screaming at him [ejtrhusband] on the phone but he wouldn't let me talk to Mikey." Spierer's ex-husband has parents living in Croatia. Tracking down her son was only one part of trying to bring him home. Originally, the American ambassador was to pick Kale up and bring ftim to the embassy to reunite him with his mother. But the judge, social worker, pediatrician and psychiatrist thought removing a child from a parent in a foreign country would be too traumatic. They told Spierer she would 'meet her child at the courtroom Jo bri|ig hija toe, But jhere was one major supulation: The transition had to be smooth or Kale would remain in Croatia with his father. "They said if it was too traumatic, he would stay," Spierer said. "It was more scary than going into the war itself. 1 thought 1 could possibly lose him." Before Spierer arrived at the courthouse, Kale and his father spent two hours together. The father tried to blame everything,' on her, Spierer said. "He [father] said he would be taken away and thrown in jail. He told Mikey that 1 was an ogre. "When 1 came intb the courtroom, Mikey was really scared. I almost went into shock." Tongued-tied, Spierer didn't know what to say. "1 was scared to say anything." A representative for Spierer's talking about the toys they had; brought. Spierer buried her soft inher amis but he was still calling for his father, while the team of counselors observed. "1 knew he was scared," Spierer said. "He thought his father was going to be thrown in jail. I settled him down and told him I care about him and didn't waiit to hurt his dad." An agonizing halfhourpassed before Spierer was allowed to take Kale home. "It seemed like an eternity. 1 wanted to break down and get hysterical but 1 couldn't." Spierer said it was inhumane for her ex-husband to take Kale to Croatia. Kale openly talks about the war. "He said the children were told not to play with the bombs in the streets." Toys with explosives were placed inside bombs, which would explode when handled, she added. Upon their reunion, Kale asked his mother why she was wearing a yellow ribbon on her coUar. Spiererexplained that the yellow ribbon is a symbolic gesture for wishing someone to retum home. "On the plane home, Mikey was reading a booklet about the "Forgetful Boy" who ties a string around his finger. He had five yellowish strings around his fingers and Mikey said, 'Look mom, he has five missing family members." • Fair & Impartial • Will Protect Lawful Rights • No'Confiicts of Interests Paid by Committee to Elect L.P. Bair Montgomery GP Bill increases funds Recent increases in the amount of mor^ey for college available througi the Montgomery Gl Bill means that qualified young men and women enlisting in the U.S. Army Reserve now can rcceiv^ even more money each month for college, a U.S. Army spokesman said, i v\ Through the U.S. Army Reserve Montgomery (S\ Bill, soldiers can receive $ 190 a month for 36 aca' demic monilis as a full-time student; $142.50 a month for 48 academic months as a threequarter time student while a half, tiflne student receives $95 a month /for 72 academic months, for a total of $6,840 in Montgomery GI Bill money for college or vocational-technical school. This is in addition to the over $16,750 in part-time income they can earn during a standard six-year Army Reserve enlistment. As a member of the Army Reserve, more than 250,000 men and women serve their counuy, usually one weekend a month, at nearby Army Reserve Centers, plus attending a two-week annual training session with their unit. When many of these soldiers are not on military duty, they're college students, paying for their education injjan with military dollars. To qualify for this entitlement, in addition to being a high school graduate, the Reserve soldier caimot have received Senior Reserve Officer Training Corps (SROTC) scholarship benefits, or have completed a baccalaureate degree or equivalent • • • • • • • • -^ • • • VOTER REGISTRfrriON VOTER REQISTRfrriON for th GancrQl Eloction WillClosQ May 8,1993 at 5:00 P.M. Rogistvr to Vote at City Civrk's Offlco 240 Watr Strat Hndnon ^^_^_^^_^_^^_^^^^^^ HFNnFR*^nN w) fcx)uB/c.w rHOME NEWS / i Delivered to your home every Tuesday & Thursday momlng for only $20> Per Year Home Delivery h;i .Just fill out the information below and I mail to: HENDERSON HOME NEWS I X P.O. BOX 90430 Y ^ Henderson, Nevada 89009 \ Please start, my subscr^ytion. Name^— Address. T PhoneFOR OfnCC USE ONLY) Endosed b my check or money order for 20 for thfr^ne year home delivery subscription. Signed. twnmiNoa I HENDERSON HOME NE1IVS564-1W1 m CITY OF HENDERSON, NEVADA MUNICIPAL PRIMARY AND SPECIAL BOND ELECTION TUESDAY, MAY 4, 1993 CITY OF HENDERSON PARK BOND QUESTION O Shall the City Council of the City of Henderson be authorized to issue up to $18,000,000 of general obligation park bonds? (The City does not Intend to increase property taxes to pay for the bonds.) ~_J YES 25 NO 26 ^\IF FINDING "',.* A DOCTOR 'H'l FRUSTRATES YOU, 4 PUNCH THIS. .-t -'O City Councilman MIKE HARRIS urges you to join him with a Yes vote in support of the Henderson Park Bond QuesHon. Our City nedds and deserves more porksl Vote Yes May 4th. Paid by frj*"*!* of PoHo ond MilrfHorf!*, City Councilmon iaa=*i >.' • We've all been through It. ^}ik^ Something's wrong and you '^i^MA "^^ ^^ doctor quickly. But you have such little luck •'/'/^ finding one In the yellow pages, that after a while, the only N^ • color you see Is red. But even though you may ^S*^ feel like It, you don't have to hit anything, except the phone one last time. Just dial Desert Springs Hospital's Call For Health, where ^, \'. ,>,' a registered nurse ^In will get you an appointment with a w/'VV qualified doctor right away. And that alone should make you start to feel better. W' DESERT SPRINGS HOSPITAL .if CAaAsr HEALTH** THE RIGHT DOCTOR, RIGHT Now. 01992 Ctwrter Mcdloi Corporattoa

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Page 14 Henderson Home News, Henderson. Nevada Tuesday, May 4,1993 SPORTS Wolves outshine Valley on defense 1 Opipari bums Vikings i down in 4-2 decision I By Terry Carter I News Sports Editor 1 The Basic Wolves moved closer I to securing a playoff berth with a 14-2 win at Valley. \'^ The victory completed a league 1 sweep of the playoff-minded I Vikings (12-9 overall, 4-4 in Sunrise). With two league games 'remaining, Basic have also locked up 5one team spots. Only the top tircc teams from each division idvance to Zone. In the Sunset division. Bonanza, Clark and Jorman look promising. Basic medalist Jakob Jensen hared the tourney honors with a /alley golfer when both fired 40 m the par-36 layout. The Wolves klso received 43 from Anthony .iscio, 45 from Ben Browning, [6 from Johnny Williams and47 Ifom Jay Ensworth. Pasic sports bchedules released t The following is a comprehensive listing of Basic athletic events pchedulcd for this week, according to sports schedules released by the Clark Country School District. Schedule changes may ROt be reflected in this listing: > 'Baseball Teams hosting jlancho today, 3 p.m. Varsity; JV ^t Rancho, 3 p.m. Wednesday pasic hosts Pineview, Utah, 3p.m. Varsity. Friday Basic hosts feldorado. 3 p.m. Varsity; JV at feldorado, 3 p.m. End of regular season. 'Boys' Volleyball Teams at Vo-Tech Wednesday, 3 p.m. Varsity; 4 p.m. JV. Southern 2tone Joumament May 11-14. ^•Softball Teams hosting Rancho today, 3 p.m. Varsity; JV at Rancho, 3 p.m. Varsity. Friday ^sic hosts Eldorado, 3 p.m. Varsity: JV at Eldorado. 3 p.m. End of regular season. ;-Boys' Golf Team hosting ^dorado at Black Mountain to4ay, 3 p.m. End of regular season. Basic team advances to Zone at Sunrise May U. "Track Teams have no meets scheduled this week. • 'Swim Teams hosting Oaric Wednesday, 3 p.m. "Nobody is more cautious than me. The last three years, we have lost on the last day and been eliminated from the playofh^," Chaircs explained. "If we take care of business this week, we should be in good shape." The Wolves seemed to gain control of the contest eariy as the Vikings continually booted hardhit shots from Basic bats. Basic huricr Mario Opipari (7-1) again set the pace for the Wolves' defense by dominating all but one Valley slugger. Opipari registered six strikeouts and walked three while throwing a 4-hit game. Valley hurler Mike McDougal (4-4) laced the Basic ace for a 3-for-3 day that included two doubles, a triple and both Viking RBI. Still Opipari mixed his pitches well and overwhelmed many batters. "Their best hitters arc McDougal and Jeff LaVine. McDougal is a good hitter. LaVine was O-for-3," Opipari commented. "We've been playing real good since Spring Break. I think we have a real good chance to make the playoffs." Basic ripf>ed sev^n hits, including several key singles to mount four run-scoring attacks offMcDougal. Gerald Bustamante led the Wolves in hitting with a 3-for-4 perfonnancc and one RBI. Mike Marshall broke out of a a recent hitting slump with a 2-for-4 performance and a RBI. "We forced them to make plays, and they couldn't handle it," Chaires explained. "With Mario on the mound. I knew the kids would be in this ballgame. We hit\ thebaU hard." ^^-f ; Final week of league The Wolves enter their final week of the regular season shooting for two wins and one Chaparral loss this week. With a favorable schedule, Basic players are gaining confidence in themselves. DIE HARD — Basic first baseman Billy Boyle punches a bunt down the first base line Friday against Valley. With hard hitting Hot-hitting Bustamante has raised his season batting average to .390 with a series of .500 or better games since the Spring Break holiday. Basic's best triple crown threat, Anderson, has not been able to rip pitches the way he likes recently. and solid base running, the Wolves outdi.stanced the Vikings in a 4-2 win. The win improved Basic's playoff chances immensely. Photo by Brian Jones Basic has three home games this week. Today the Wolves host Rancho at 3 p.m. They will host Pinevicw, Utah, Wednesday at the same time, and Friday Basjc finishes the season at home against Eldorado. That is because opposing pitchers have finally recognized his abilities. A senior catcher, Anderson is probably approaching a school mark in intentional walks, and he is still hitting .517 on the year. "Other teams are pitching him very carefully. That's where the other kids need to pick up the load, and 1 think they've been doing a good job recently," the Basic coach added. Basic rally not enough LOOKING AT YOU — Hurdler Lucia Chan of Basic struggled in the 100 hurdles Saturday at Eldorado, where she finished fifth. But she ran a season-best 49 J in the 300 hurdles to take second in preparation for the Southern Zone Track Meet. nie photo by BHUI jonet By Terry Carter News Sports Editor Basic scored six runs in its final two at-bats, and Valley pushed seven runs home in the last three innings. The result was a tense finish to a 9-8 Valley win Friday on the Lady Vikings' field. Basic (1-14 overall, 0-7 in Sunrise) started slowly, allowing Valley (5-14,35) to take a 2-0 advantage after three innings. The Lady Wolves made a game of it with 1-mn rallies in the fourth and fifth innings before exploding offensively in the sixth. Basic's4nin parade tied the game 6-6 until a dramatic seventh. In the sixth inning, Kristi Thompson and Natalie Eves both reached base on an error. Then starting pitcher Kristy Whisman singled. Two runs scored on Jenifer Ebcrt's double, and after several batters, Amanda Willcy singled home the final runs. Dramatic finale In the seventh, Basic shortstop Kelley Haney reached base On an error, stopping at second. Thompson slap-bunted a single to rightfield and stole second, putting two runners in scoring position, Basic head coach Barbara Gillaspy said. Thert a su-ange thing happened. Eves slapped a Hy ball to deep leftfield. The ball was caught, and both Basic mnners tagged up. Basic first base coach C.J. Curry wasn't sure if the ball was caught and sent Eves to second, where she was thrown out. See Girls, Page 15 Basic athletes speed to new records Hagos, Yeoman highlight Wolves; Chan leads girls By Terry Carter News Sports Editor Running against 17 schools, including several elite track teams from California, Basic had several individual best times recorded Saturday at Eldorado. The Wolves placed eighth in the Brad-Bamey-Guy Invitational Meet with 22.5 points as 800meterspecialist Daniel Hagos and mile man Mike Yeoman each clocked best times in their competitive events, Basic track coach Larry Burgess said Sunday. Hagos (2:03.3) took third in the 800. Yeoman (4:35.6) also grabbed third in the 1,600 with a steriing time that is a :15 drop from what he has been running recently. 'Two California kids pushed him the event. That helped his time. One of those kids has run a 4:21 in the past," Burgess explained. "The boys did a good job overall. Mike competed very well. He should break loose now. Daniel is the same way." Always excelling in the distance events, Basic's Greg Johnson (10:26) Svas fourth in the 3,200. another personal-best time. In the pole vault, Basic vaulters Sean KiricpatrickX12-0) placed second, and Travis Wood (11-6) was fourth. Burgess added. On the giris' side. Basic placed 11th with 8.5 points. Standout hurdler Lucia Chan hit several hurdles in the 100 hurdles (17.2) to finish fifth. In the 300 hurdles (49.3), however, she clocked her season-best time for second place. Jeanette Diether (5:53.7) was third in the 1.600. ^Kmmm^ immimammt V Tuesday, May 4,1993 ^ Girls from Page 14 In the process, both Basic runs scored on the sacrifice fly. Valley coaches expected the double play to stand. Because Eves had already flown out to left, however, it was simply a defensive miscue. Now leading 8-6, the Lady Wolves' reliever Andrea Wise (06) allowed three hits, including a 2-run double, and Haney committed an error in the bottom of the seven. Valley's winning run scored on a single to centcrfield when the throw home escaped catcher Lindsey Lucas. Final statistics Whisman threw five innings, walking five, striking out three and allowing just two hits. Wise pitched the final two innings and also permitted two hits and a walk. Basic outhit Valley 9-4 although both clubs recorded four errors. By Gillaspy's count, that should give the Lady Wolves an edge. Thompson finished 2-for-4 as did Whisman and Ebert. Both of Ebert's hits were doubles, and she had two RBL Stephanie Gottschall finished 2-for-3 with one RBI. "It's so fhistrating not to win the close ones, and we've had several," the Basic coach expljuned. "The kids really are hitting well. I just want them to stay f(^cused one more week." Outoftheplayoff race,the Basic giris have two games remaining, both at home.. Lake Las Vegas begins work on golfcotirse Constmction woric on Souther i Nevada's only signature 18-;b)l; championship golf course; designed by golf legend Jacc Nicklaus began last week at Ls k; Las Vegas, the $3.8 billion wO) class resort/residential conmn in Henderson. Washington Constructioi is the contractor who will (iq woric wlijph, in addition to golf course, includesthe gradiji for the 541 homesites a completion of the iofrastnictu — including roads.*ewers utilities — for the 106 home sitci in the two subdivisions of Phas^ 1• : ^ The company has already started the process of closing sales in the-, Capri and Monaco subdivisions of Pha.se One. The golf course and subdivision woric represents an additional investment of more than $40 million in the project, a spokesman said. "This means full speed ahead on Jack Nicklaus' outstanding golf course and the rest of the Lake Lai Vegas project," said Thos Rohr, president of Transcontinental Properties. Inc., which is developing Lake Las Vegas. "Washington Construction has some of the nation's largest earth-moving equipment already performing mass grading on the site." Consuuction started Monday on the golf coufse, designed by Nicklaus himself, the all-time leader in golfs major championships. The course will be in the center of SouthShore, a residential master-planned community with exclusive custom homesites, condominiums and villas. A European-style lodge, along with retail shops, restaurants and entertainment are also planned. Nicklaus will join Lake Las Vegas officials in a formal groundbreaking ceremony in a few weeks when he is scheduled for a woricing visit to the Lake Las Vegas site. Transcontinental Properties has developed other destination resorts around the worid, including the Waikoloa Beach Resort in Hawaii, and projects at McCormick Ranch in Scottsdale; Ariz., Lake Arrowhead, Calif., and the premier golf community of Las Campanas in Santa Fe, N.M. Rzewnlckl makes hole-in-one By Barbara Grogan Black Mountain Ladies Association On March 10 during an Eclectic Tournament, Lil Rzewnicki, a member of the Black Mountain Ladies Golf Association, made a hole-in-one on Hole 15. Awards for the month of March were given at the April luncheon meeting. The ABCD tournament on March 3 consisted of 36 players and was a 2-best ball format. The winning team with 128 was Dora Bennett, Mary Myers, Marie Yost and Sunny Gassaway. Second with 131 was the team of Judy Butler, Vi Ullrich, Ellie Juratsch and Dottie Perry. A thirdplace tie of 134 was shared by the teams of Judy Critcher, Betty Emigh, Michele Barquist, Elaine Raney and LaCreta Lopeman, Helen Martin, Olive Gordon and Jean Andersen. An Eclectic Tournament was held on March 10 and 17 with 32 players for both weeks. Gross winners were Lopeman at 87," Betty Lou Anderson and D. Bennett at 90. Net winners were Jewell Russell coming in at 6(), second was Barquist at 62 and third-place tie betweenMyersand Rzewnicki at 63. On March 24 the members went on a day trip to the Royal Kenfield Golf Course in Green Valley. The Medal of Golf was played that day. After golf, the group had lunch at Renaia's restaurant. The Medal ofGolf winner was Butler with a 98 gross and 76 net. Second was Betty Rineer with 103 and net 77. Critcher came in third with 102 and a net of 80. The tournament held on March 31 was called Mutt and Jeff. The four shortest holes (par 3's) and the five longest holes (par 5*s) were the scores thaj: counted. Winner for the day vfas Natalie Koepke at 31.5. Rzewnicki was second with 32.5. Tljiere was a third-place tie of 33 between Martin, Raney and Myers. Fourth tied at 33.5 between Rineer and Lopeman. The Club Championship will be played on April 28 and 29 with tee times starting at 7 a.m. The May luncheon meeting will be held at the Villa Hermosa Qubhouse May 5 after golf. Election of officers will be held. Gross golfer of the month for March is B.L. Anderson with an average of 95. Net golferisRineer with an average of 74.3. Winners forthose two days were Jerry Wallace, Jerry Belt, Katie Paulson, Joe LePier, Keith Lopeman, Ray Crunk, Kelly Roundy,Tom Wilson, Lee Judson, Jack Zunino, Hank Sena, Jacob Jensen, Bryan Schlosser, Sam Sevalli, Nick Altier, Jim Kemp, Bruce Schnobrick, BettyLou Anderson, Ben McNair and John Selby. Prizes donated by local businesses were awarded to each • of these players. This weekend, the contest will continue and these players and others will have two more chances *to qualify for the Shoot-Off and a chance to win a Hyundai XL donated by Ben Stepman Hyundai in Henderson. Three other prizes will be awarded to the top-thee closest drives on the par 3,160yard hole. V^^^^N PRIDE — The "Take Pride in Henderson" award for March was given to Steve Mermigis by the Henderson Commemorative Beautification Commission. Mermigis was nominated by his neighbors in the Indian Creek and Candle Creek developments for his eflbrts in keeping the area dean of litter. Car7 pkol* Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Page 15 BMOM — Basic pitching ace Mario Opipari improved his record to 7-1 this season with his eighth consecutive complete game Friday. Throwing at Valley, Opipari fanned six to help the Wolves win 4-2 and inch closer to a playoff berth. Photo by BTUB joncs 10 MINUTE LUBE TERRIBLE'S LUBE • • CHANGE THE OIL • CHANGE THE FILTER • • COMPLETE CHASSIS LUBE • CHECK AND FILL THE BAHERY • CHECK AND FILL THE BRAKE FLUID • CHECK AND FILL POWER STEERING • CHECK AND FILL DIFFERENTIAL We are "The Professionals" WE FEATURE PENNZOIL AIR AND OIL FILTERS HB 95 • CHECK AND FILL TRANSMISSION •CHECK AND FILL TIRES • CHECK AND FILL WINDSHIELD WASHER • CHECK AND CLEAN AIR FILTER • WASH WINDSHIELDS 306 N. Boulder Highway 6484 Annie Oakley (Sunset & Annie Oakley) 2718E. Tropicana (Corner E. Trop. & Harrison) r We do Domestic & Foreign Cars and Motor Homes COUPON $3o OFF • < FULL SERVICE OIL CHANGE j: WE FEATURE PENNZOIL AIR AND OIL FILTERS I EXPIRES MAY 31, 1993 .FREE CAR WASH WITH FULL SERVICE 1 DID YOU KNOW? YOU CAN BUY A BRAND NEW '93 HYUNDAI "LUXURY" 4-DOOR ELANTRA "GL" WITH POWER STEERING & BRAKES. FOR ONLY l\ DOWN* ^217 Per Month (OAC^ (GOOD SELECTION) This includes all finance charges and sales tax (nothing more to be added). We also include 2 year<'24t000 mile free maintenance at this price (You only buy the gas) THIS IS NOT A LEASE it is a direct purchase. FROM THE WEST COASTS LARGEST EXCLUSIVE HYUNDAI DEALER! BEN STEPMAN HYUNDAI 460 No. Boulder Hwy. 565-15Q0 In Henderson of Course! > • "^•r'ir!^' >&lrti?

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Page 14 Henderson Home News, Henderson. Nevada Tuesday, May 4,1993 SPORTS Wolves outshine Valley on defense 1 Opipari bums Vikings i down in 4-2 decision I By Terry Carter I News Sports Editor 1 The Basic Wolves moved closer I to securing a playoff berth with a 14-2 win at Valley. \'^ The victory completed a league 1 sweep of the playoff-minded I Vikings (12-9 overall, 4-4 in Sunrise). With two league games 'remaining, Basic have also locked up 5one team spots. Only the top tircc teams from each division idvance to Zone. In the Sunset division. Bonanza, Clark and Jorman look promising. Basic medalist Jakob Jensen hared the tourney honors with a /alley golfer when both fired 40 m the par-36 layout. The Wolves klso received 43 from Anthony .iscio, 45 from Ben Browning, [6 from Johnny Williams and47 Ifom Jay Ensworth. Pasic sports bchedules released t The following is a comprehensive listing of Basic athletic events pchedulcd for this week, according to sports schedules released by the Clark Country School District. Schedule changes may ROt be reflected in this listing: > 'Baseball Teams hosting jlancho today, 3 p.m. Varsity; JV ^t Rancho, 3 p.m. Wednesday pasic hosts Pineview, Utah, 3p.m. Varsity. Friday Basic hosts feldorado. 3 p.m. Varsity; JV at feldorado, 3 p.m. End of regular season. 'Boys' Volleyball Teams at Vo-Tech Wednesday, 3 p.m. Varsity; 4 p.m. JV. Southern 2tone Joumament May 11-14. ^•Softball Teams hosting Rancho today, 3 p.m. Varsity; JV at Rancho, 3 p.m. Varsity. Friday ^sic hosts Eldorado, 3 p.m. Varsity: JV at Eldorado. 3 p.m. End of regular season. ;-Boys' Golf Team hosting ^dorado at Black Mountain to4ay, 3 p.m. End of regular season. Basic team advances to Zone at Sunrise May U. "Track Teams have no meets scheduled this week. • 'Swim Teams hosting Oaric Wednesday, 3 p.m. "Nobody is more cautious than me. The last three years, we have lost on the last day and been eliminated from the playofh^," Chaircs explained. "If we take care of business this week, we should be in good shape." The Wolves seemed to gain control of the contest eariy as the Vikings continually booted hardhit shots from Basic bats. Basic huricr Mario Opipari (7-1) again set the pace for the Wolves' defense by dominating all but one Valley slugger. Opipari registered six strikeouts and walked three while throwing a 4-hit game. Valley hurler Mike McDougal (4-4) laced the Basic ace for a 3-for-3 day that included two doubles, a triple and both Viking RBI. Still Opipari mixed his pitches well and overwhelmed many batters. "Their best hitters arc McDougal and Jeff LaVine. McDougal is a good hitter. LaVine was O-for-3," Opipari commented. "We've been playing real good since Spring Break. I think we have a real good chance to make the playoffs." Basic ripf>ed sev^n hits, including several key singles to mount four run-scoring attacks offMcDougal. Gerald Bustamante led the Wolves in hitting with a 3-for-4 perfonnancc and one RBI. Mike Marshall broke out of a a recent hitting slump with a 2-for-4 performance and a RBI. "We forced them to make plays, and they couldn't handle it," Chaires explained. "With Mario on the mound. I knew the kids would be in this ballgame. We hit\ thebaU hard." ^^-f ; Final week of league The Wolves enter their final week of the regular season shooting for two wins and one Chaparral loss this week. With a favorable schedule, Basic players are gaining confidence in themselves. DIE HARD — Basic first baseman Billy Boyle punches a bunt down the first base line Friday against Valley. With hard hitting Hot-hitting Bustamante has raised his season batting average to .390 with a series of .500 or better games since the Spring Break holiday. Basic's best triple crown threat, Anderson, has not been able to rip pitches the way he likes recently. and solid base running, the Wolves outdi.stanced the Vikings in a 4-2 win. The win improved Basic's playoff chances immensely. Photo by Brian Jones Basic has three home games this week. Today the Wolves host Rancho at 3 p.m. They will host Pinevicw, Utah, Wednesday at the same time, and Friday Basjc finishes the season at home against Eldorado. That is because opposing pitchers have finally recognized his abilities. A senior catcher, Anderson is probably approaching a school mark in intentional walks, and he is still hitting .517 on the year. "Other teams are pitching him very carefully. That's where the other kids need to pick up the load, and 1 think they've been doing a good job recently," the Basic coach added. Basic rally not enough LOOKING AT YOU — Hurdler Lucia Chan of Basic struggled in the 100 hurdles Saturday at Eldorado, where she finished fifth. But she ran a season-best 49 J in the 300 hurdles to take second in preparation for the Southern Zone Track Meet. nie photo by BHUI jonet By Terry Carter News Sports Editor Basic scored six runs in its final two at-bats, and Valley pushed seven runs home in the last three innings. The result was a tense finish to a 9-8 Valley win Friday on the Lady Vikings' field. Basic (1-14 overall, 0-7 in Sunrise) started slowly, allowing Valley (5-14,35) to take a 2-0 advantage after three innings. The Lady Wolves made a game of it with 1-mn rallies in the fourth and fifth innings before exploding offensively in the sixth. Basic's4nin parade tied the game 6-6 until a dramatic seventh. In the sixth inning, Kristi Thompson and Natalie Eves both reached base on an error. Then starting pitcher Kristy Whisman singled. Two runs scored on Jenifer Ebcrt's double, and after several batters, Amanda Willcy singled home the final runs. Dramatic finale In the seventh, Basic shortstop Kelley Haney reached base On an error, stopping at second. Thompson slap-bunted a single to rightfield and stole second, putting two runners in scoring position, Basic head coach Barbara Gillaspy said. Thert a su-ange thing happened. Eves slapped a Hy ball to deep leftfield. The ball was caught, and both Basic mnners tagged up. Basic first base coach C.J. Curry wasn't sure if the ball was caught and sent Eves to second, where she was thrown out. See Girls, Page 15 Basic athletes speed to new records Hagos, Yeoman highlight Wolves; Chan leads girls By Terry Carter News Sports Editor Running against 17 schools, including several elite track teams from California, Basic had several individual best times recorded Saturday at Eldorado. The Wolves placed eighth in the Brad-Bamey-Guy Invitational Meet with 22.5 points as 800meterspecialist Daniel Hagos and mile man Mike Yeoman each clocked best times in their competitive events, Basic track coach Larry Burgess said Sunday. Hagos (2:03.3) took third in the 800. Yeoman (4:35.6) also grabbed third in the 1,600 with a steriing time that is a :15 drop from what he has been running recently. 'Two California kids pushed him the event. That helped his time. One of those kids has run a 4:21 in the past," Burgess explained. "The boys did a good job overall. Mike competed very well. He should break loose now. Daniel is the same way." Always excelling in the distance events, Basic's Greg Johnson (10:26) Svas fourth in the 3,200. another personal-best time. In the pole vault, Basic vaulters Sean KiricpatrickX12-0) placed second, and Travis Wood (11-6) was fourth. Burgess added. On the giris' side. Basic placed 11th with 8.5 points. Standout hurdler Lucia Chan hit several hurdles in the 100 hurdles (17.2) to finish fifth. In the 300 hurdles (49.3), however, she clocked her season-best time for second place. Jeanette Diether (5:53.7) was third in the 1.600. ^Kmmm^ immimammt V Tuesday, May 4,1993 ^ Girls from Page 14 In the process, both Basic runs scored on the sacrifice fly. Valley coaches expected the double play to stand. Because Eves had already flown out to left, however, it was simply a defensive miscue. Now leading 8-6, the Lady Wolves' reliever Andrea Wise (06) allowed three hits, including a 2-run double, and Haney committed an error in the bottom of the seven. Valley's winning run scored on a single to centcrfield when the throw home escaped catcher Lindsey Lucas. Final statistics Whisman threw five innings, walking five, striking out three and allowing just two hits. Wise pitched the final two innings and also permitted two hits and a walk. Basic outhit Valley 9-4 although both clubs recorded four errors. By Gillaspy's count, that should give the Lady Wolves an edge. Thompson finished 2-for-4 as did Whisman and Ebert. Both of Ebert's hits were doubles, and she had two RBL Stephanie Gottschall finished 2-for-3 with one RBI. "It's so fhistrating not to win the close ones, and we've had several," the Basic coach expljuned. "The kids really are hitting well. I just want them to stay f(^cused one more week." Outoftheplayoff race,the Basic giris have two games remaining, both at home.. Lake Las Vegas begins work on golfcotirse Constmction woric on Souther i Nevada's only signature 18-;b)l; championship golf course; designed by golf legend Jacc Nicklaus began last week at Ls k; Las Vegas, the $3.8 billion wO) class resort/residential conmn in Henderson. Washington Constructioi is the contractor who will (iq woric wlijph, in addition to golf course, includesthe gradiji for the 541 homesites a completion of the iofrastnictu — including roads.*ewers utilities — for the 106 home sitci in the two subdivisions of Phas^ 1• : ^ The company has already started the process of closing sales in the-, Capri and Monaco subdivisions of Pha.se One. The golf course and subdivision woric represents an additional investment of more than $40 million in the project, a spokesman said. "This means full speed ahead on Jack Nicklaus' outstanding golf course and the rest of the Lake Lai Vegas project," said Thos Rohr, president of Transcontinental Properties. Inc., which is developing Lake Las Vegas. "Washington Construction has some of the nation's largest earth-moving equipment already performing mass grading on the site." Consuuction started Monday on the golf coufse, designed by Nicklaus himself, the all-time leader in golfs major championships. The course will be in the center of SouthShore, a residential master-planned community with exclusive custom homesites, condominiums and villas. A European-style lodge, along with retail shops, restaurants and entertainment are also planned. Nicklaus will join Lake Las Vegas officials in a formal groundbreaking ceremony in a few weeks when he is scheduled for a woricing visit to the Lake Las Vegas site. Transcontinental Properties has developed other destination resorts around the worid, including the Waikoloa Beach Resort in Hawaii, and projects at McCormick Ranch in Scottsdale; Ariz., Lake Arrowhead, Calif., and the premier golf community of Las Campanas in Santa Fe, N.M. Rzewnlckl makes hole-in-one By Barbara Grogan Black Mountain Ladies Association On March 10 during an Eclectic Tournament, Lil Rzewnicki, a member of the Black Mountain Ladies Golf Association, made a hole-in-one on Hole 15. Awards for the month of March were given at the April luncheon meeting. The ABCD tournament on March 3 consisted of 36 players and was a 2-best ball format. The winning team with 128 was Dora Bennett, Mary Myers, Marie Yost and Sunny Gassaway. Second with 131 was the team of Judy Butler, Vi Ullrich, Ellie Juratsch and Dottie Perry. A thirdplace tie of 134 was shared by the teams of Judy Critcher, Betty Emigh, Michele Barquist, Elaine Raney and LaCreta Lopeman, Helen Martin, Olive Gordon and Jean Andersen. An Eclectic Tournament was held on March 10 and 17 with 32 players for both weeks. Gross winners were Lopeman at 87," Betty Lou Anderson and D. Bennett at 90. Net winners were Jewell Russell coming in at 6(), second was Barquist at 62 and third-place tie betweenMyersand Rzewnicki at 63. On March 24 the members went on a day trip to the Royal Kenfield Golf Course in Green Valley. The Medal of Golf was played that day. After golf, the group had lunch at Renaia's restaurant. The Medal ofGolf winner was Butler with a 98 gross and 76 net. Second was Betty Rineer with 103 and net 77. Critcher came in third with 102 and a net of 80. The tournament held on March 31 was called Mutt and Jeff. The four shortest holes (par 3's) and the five longest holes (par 5*s) were the scores thaj: counted. Winner for the day vfas Natalie Koepke at 31.5. Rzewnicki was second with 32.5. Tljiere was a third-place tie of 33 between Martin, Raney and Myers. Fourth tied at 33.5 between Rineer and Lopeman. The Club Championship will be played on April 28 and 29 with tee times starting at 7 a.m. The May luncheon meeting will be held at the Villa Hermosa Qubhouse May 5 after golf. Election of officers will be held. Gross golfer of the month for March is B.L. Anderson with an average of 95. Net golferisRineer with an average of 74.3. Winners forthose two days were Jerry Wallace, Jerry Belt, Katie Paulson, Joe LePier, Keith Lopeman, Ray Crunk, Kelly Roundy,Tom Wilson, Lee Judson, Jack Zunino, Hank Sena, Jacob Jensen, Bryan Schlosser, Sam Sevalli, Nick Altier, Jim Kemp, Bruce Schnobrick, BettyLou Anderson, Ben McNair and John Selby. Prizes donated by local businesses were awarded to each • of these players. This weekend, the contest will continue and these players and others will have two more chances *to qualify for the Shoot-Off and a chance to win a Hyundai XL donated by Ben Stepman Hyundai in Henderson. Three other prizes will be awarded to the top-thee closest drives on the par 3,160yard hole. V^^^^N PRIDE — The "Take Pride in Henderson" award for March was given to Steve Mermigis by the Henderson Commemorative Beautification Commission. Mermigis was nominated by his neighbors in the Indian Creek and Candle Creek developments for his eflbrts in keeping the area dean of litter. Car7 pkol* Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Page 15 BMOM — Basic pitching ace Mario Opipari improved his record to 7-1 this season with his eighth consecutive complete game Friday. Throwing at Valley, Opipari fanned six to help the Wolves win 4-2 and inch closer to a playoff berth. Photo by BTUB joncs 10 MINUTE LUBE TERRIBLE'S LUBE • • CHANGE THE OIL • CHANGE THE FILTER • • COMPLETE CHASSIS LUBE • CHECK AND FILL THE BAHERY • CHECK AND FILL THE BRAKE FLUID • CHECK AND FILL POWER STEERING • CHECK AND FILL DIFFERENTIAL We are "The Professionals" WE FEATURE PENNZOIL AIR AND OIL FILTERS HB 95 • CHECK AND FILL TRANSMISSION •CHECK AND FILL TIRES • CHECK AND FILL WINDSHIELD WASHER • CHECK AND CLEAN AIR FILTER • WASH WINDSHIELDS 306 N. Boulder Highway 6484 Annie Oakley (Sunset & Annie Oakley) 2718E. Tropicana (Corner E. Trop. & Harrison) r We do Domestic & Foreign Cars and Motor Homes COUPON $3o OFF • < FULL SERVICE OIL CHANGE j: WE FEATURE PENNZOIL AIR AND OIL FILTERS I EXPIRES MAY 31, 1993 .FREE CAR WASH WITH FULL SERVICE 1 DID YOU KNOW? YOU CAN BUY A BRAND NEW '93 HYUNDAI "LUXURY" 4-DOOR ELANTRA "GL" WITH POWER STEERING & BRAKES. FOR ONLY l\ DOWN* ^217 Per Month (OAC^ (GOOD SELECTION) This includes all finance charges and sales tax (nothing more to be added). We also include 2 year<'24t000 mile free maintenance at this price (You only buy the gas) THIS IS NOT A LEASE it is a direct purchase. FROM THE WEST COASTS LARGEST EXCLUSIVE HYUNDAI DEALER! BEN STEPMAN HYUNDAI 460 No. Boulder Hwy. 565-15Q0 In Henderson of Course! > • "^•r'ir!^' >&lrti?

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Ilipppilllliilli mmmmmmmm Page 16 Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Tuesday, May 4,1993 HAVING A GARAtiE SALE? Advertise it in the classified pages of H.B.e. Publications. Call 564-1881 or 2S3-2302 wnTirPTorRgnrrnBs rONrFBNFD Pursuant to Chapter 408, NsTida Revised Statutes, noiloc is hereby given that on April 20,1993, Contract No. 2478 between Frehner Constractlon Co., Inc. and the State of Nevada, for construction of a portion of the Secondary Highwav System on SUU Route 169 from 12.4 mllMcas(orUS9Sto3miles wcstorUughlinandonUS 9S (.C5 miles north of let. 163 • iSlracture No. B-420, Dark County, Project Nos. PLHitS-10(5) and SPF-095-1( 13) was accepted. All creditors having dalmi against this contract must nie their claims within thirty (30) days after acceptance of uid contract. InforMatlon relative to themanner of filing dalms may be obtained from the Admlninlratlve Services Officer, telephone number 702-687-5412. GARTH F. DULI,, DIRECrOR Department of Transportation Carwn City, Nevada 89712 H-April 27,29, May 4,6. PUBLIC AUCTION Nptice Is hereby given that In accordance with Nevada Revised Statutes 108.473108.47K3, contenLs oT the following storage units will be sold at Public Auction on Thur., May 6, 1993 at 9:00 am, at AAA Mini Warehouses, 1601 Athol Ave., Henderson, Nv., to satisfy delinquent rent and fees: #tf Boyles #85 Anderson #119 Peterson #137 Brooks #156 Roux #159 Fuller #171 Garcia #202 Dcnison #239 Warner #246 Ivndkatt #247 Haught #255 Albright Bidders regl-ster at office by 8:30 am. Tayments to be made In ca.sh on date of sale. Units to be vacated by 8:00 pm on date of sale. TO BE PUBLISHED APRIL 27 and May 4. We will pick affidavit up before 5 pm on Wednesday, May 5th. DO NOT MAIL, PLEASE. H—April 27, May 4, 1993. CNSI092964 NOTICE OF TRUSTEES SALE T.S. No. 93-33666NV YOU ARE IN DEFAULT UNDER A DEED OF TRUST DATED May 14, 1979, UNLESS YOU TAKE ACTIO^ TO PROTECT YOUR PROPERTY, IT MAY BE SOLD AT A PUBLIC SALE. IF YOU NEED AN EXPLANATION 01 THE NATURE OF THE PROCEEDING AGAINST YOU YOU SHOULD CONTACT A LAWYER. On May 26, 1993, at 11:00 A.M., Speciali2sd, Inc. as duly appointed Trustee under and pursuant ic Dead of Trust recorded 6'22-79, as inst. No 1033646, in Book 1074, of Ollicial Records in the offico of the County Recorder of Clork County, Stole of Nevada, axaculed by Valsrie Medick Cizmas, ai unmarried woman as har sole and separata property fi' Grantor/Truslor WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION TC HIGHEST BIDDER FOR CASH (payable at the limo oi sale in lawful money of the United States) at the man entrance to the Clark County Courthouse, 200 Soull Third Street, Las Vegas, Nevada all ri^ht, title an< Inlarest conveyed to and ndw held by it under said Deed of Trust in the property situated in said County •nd State described as: Lot Seven (7) in Block Two (2) of Green Vallc, East Unit No. 3, as shown by Map thereof on File ii Book 22 of Plots, Page 33, in the Office of the County Recorder of Clark County, Nevada. The street address and other common dosianotion, N any, of the real property described above ir purported to be: 2212 l\/iarlboro Drive, Henderson Nevada • The uruiersigned Trustee disclaims any liability foi any incorrectness of the street address and othei eommon designation, if any, shown herein. Said sale will be made, but without covenant oi Warranty-, express or implied, regarding title. postasslon, or encumbrances, to pay the reniainin|. t rinoipel sum of the notelsl, secured by said Deed ol rust with interest thereon, as provided in said notelsl advances, if any, under the terms of said Deed oi Trust, lees, charges and expenses of the Trustee ant' af the trusts created by said Deed of Trust. The total amount of the unpaid balance of Ihi obligation scoured by the property to be sold anc: (•asonable estimated costs, expanses and advances ai the time of initial publication of the Notice of Sale h • 63,556.31. The Beneficiary under said Deed of Trusi heretofore executed and delivered to the undersigned a written Declaration of Default and Demand for Sale, and a written Notice of Default and Election to Sell The undersigned caused said Notice of Default and Election to Sell to be recorded in the county where ihi (••I property Is located. Date: 2i Apr 93 t Specialized, Inc., Trustee, 1090 Eugunio Place, Carpinteria, CA 93013 (805) 684-1424 By: L. James Ness, Trustee Sales Officer 05/04/93,05/11/93,05/18/93 LEGAL NOTICE 1976 Cruise Air 25' Motor Home to be sold to highest bMder when title b obUined by storage lien. Serial No. 7651306 M40CK65303926, License No. HTK-684 Michigan plates. Registered owner Mary Chandler, 4455 Twain, Apt. 1783, Las Vegas, NV. 89121. Legal Owner SAME. Notice i^hereby given that I, BOULDER HWY. RENTAL, 4350 Boulder Hwy, Us Vegas, NV. 89121 will sell above mentioned property on Friday, 21 May 1993, lOiPO^T^M, at BOULDER HHY. RENTALS,43S0 Boulder Hwy., Las Vegas, NV. 89121. We reserve the right to bid. H^Aprii27,29,May 4,6,11, 13.1993. AMERICAN NATIONAL STATUS I, PATRICIA C. DALYKLIPPERInthenameofthe Lord Jesus Christ, solemnly Publish and Declare my American National Status and Right to emancipate absolute my 'Yes" In trust from the foreign Jurisdiction known as the municipal corporation of the District of Columbla,a Democracy. Any and all, past and present political ties implied by operation of law or otherwise In trust with said democracy are hereby dissolved. By this emancipation I return to an estateof primary soverdgnty and freedom that pre-exists all government(s) I, PATRICIA C. DALYKLIPPER, have full legal/ lawful rights to contract, to own properly absolute, and to establish commerce, without said governmental Interference.asguaranteed by the full Bill of Rights, the Ten Amendments to the Constitution for the United Statu of America, a Republic, Anyone claiming or causing to bar this emancipation must present their claims In a court of competent Jurisdiction within (30) calendar days from the date of issuance of this Notice and Dedaratlun. Failure to assert claims timely will forever constitute a waiver and bar the assertion of said claims by estoppel. So Done this 22nd day of April, 1993. Signature: P.C. Daiy-Kllpper NON-DOM ES-riC C/O4314HEMPSTED GLEN AVE. NORTH LAS VEQAS, NEVADA [Notary used for proof of idcntificaliun only and grants no foreign Jurisdiction.] Affirmed and subscribed before me this 2 day of April, 1993. May Commission Expires 217-97 County of Clark (Seal) NOTARY PUBLIC STATE OF NEVADA County of Clark Ruth M. Jensen My appointment Expires Feb. 17,1997 Ruth M. Jensen Notary Signature Ruth M. Jensen Printed Name of Notary H—April 27, 29, May 4,6. K Advertise in We News \. HENDERSON HOME NEWS Your Local Newspaper J)LAS5.I§PI| AD tct'haititut, jWooB TksJiy fa PaotMi' SfU No. Paricson I cadcnon, Nevada 89015 (702)565-6220 Towing AMERICAN NATIONAL STATUS LChantelSimane,lnthe name of the Lord Jesus Christ, solemnly Publish and Declare my American NaUonai Status and Right to emancipate absolute my "res" in trust from the foreign Jurisdiction known as the municipal corporation of the District of Columbia, a Democracy. Any and all, past and present political ties Implied by operation of law or otherw sc In trust with said democracy are hereby dissolved By this emancipation I return to an estate of primary sovereignty and freedom that pre-exists all government(s) I, Chantel Simone, have full legal/lawful rights to contract, to own property absolute, and to establish commerce, without said governmental Interference, as guaranteed by the full Bill of Rights, the Ten Amendments to the Constitution for the United Sutes of America, a Republic. Anyone claming or causing to bar this emancipation, must present their claims In a court of competent Jurisdiction within (30) calendar days from the date of Issuance of this Nulicc and Declaration. Failure to assert claims timely will forever constitute a waiver and bar the assertion of said claims by estoppel. SoDonethls28lhday of April, 1993. Signature: Chantel Simon NON-DOMESTIC c/o 5111 Caspian Springs Dr. Suite 203 Las Vegas, Nevada America [Notary used for proof of identification only and grants no foreign Jurisdiction.) Affirmed and subscribed before me this 28th day of April, 1993. My Commission Expires 10-1-95 County of Clark Dennis Karl, Notary Signature Dennis Karl, Printed Name of Notary (SEAL) Notary Publk-State of Nevada COUNTY OF CLARK DENNIS KARL My Commls.sionJExpires Oct. 1,1995. H—May 4, 11,18, 1993. NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE T.S. No. BLV026683 Loan No. 89637353/ Oickerson Other Rol. •YOU ARE IN DEFAULT UNDER A DEED OF TRUST DATED Novoiiibor 16, 1990, UNLESS YOU TAKE ACTION HO PRO TECT YOUR PROPERTY, IT MM BE SOLD AT A PUBLIC SALE. IF YOU NEED AN EXPLANATION OF THE NATURE OF THE PROCEEDINGS AGAINST YOU, YOU SHOULD CONTACT A LAWYER, On 05/25/1993 at 10:00 A.M Beneficial Management Corporation ol NOTICi; LOAN NO. 1339670/REYNOLDS-VA OTHER REF. T.S. NO. F-9327 YOU ARE IN DEFAULT UNDER A DEED OF TRUST DATED April 15, 1987 UNLESS YOU TAKE ACTION TO PROTECT „YOUR PROPERTY. IT MAY BE SOLD AT A PUBLIC SALE. IF YOU NEED AN EXPLANATION OF THE NATURE OF THE PROCEEDING AGAINST YOU. YOU SHOULD CONTACT A LAWYER. Notice of Trustee's Sale Under Deed of Trust Notice is hereby given that QUALITY LOAN SERVICE CORP., as trustee, or successor trustee. or substituted trustee pursuant to the Deed of Trust executed by GARY K. REYNOLDS AND VIRGINIA REYNOLDS Recorded 04/16/1987 in Book 870416 Page Inst. No. 00238 of Official Re America as duly appomlud cordS in the Office Of the Triisioo uddor and piifsiiani County Recorder of 10 Deed ol Tfusi, Rocordod CLARK County, California. 11/21/1990 in book 90 and pursuant to the No1121 Patje insi 001U2 tjce of Default and Elecol Ollicial Rocoidb in llio ollice ol Iho County Rocofdor ol Clark Connly, Nevada; Exoculod by: Billy P Diokerson and Palricia S Dick orson, husband and wile as Juinl Tunaiils, Will soil at public auciion lu Iho liKjIicsl biddur lur cash (all payable al liino ol sajp in lawlul money ol tlio tion to Sell thereunder recorded 12/29/1992 in Book 921119 Page Inst No. 00356 of said Official Records, will Sell on 05/10/1993 at 10:30 A.M. at THE CLARK COUNTY COURTHOUSE 200 SOUTH 3RD STREET LAS VEGAS. NV at public aucUiutud Siaios:) at: AI iiie fion. to the highest bidder main uiitranco, uniuidu iiiu for cash (payable at the lobby doors lo ciiicayo Tiiio time of Sale in lawful o( Las voyas, 4100 Wosi money of the United Flamingo, Suite 1000, Las States), all right, title, and voyas, NV all nyiii. iiiie and interest, conveyed to and inierosi convoyed lo and now held by it Under Said now hold by ii under said Qeed Of Trust in the propm. Mode* la licreby given that I, Walker Towing Inc., 561 N.Park-son Road, Henderson, Nv. will leil below mentioned vehicles sirool address and Olhor • liafy mechanic and stura(>e liens: lM2Chevrolet 1G1AP8773(L177929 1969 Chevrolet CE149FH452S6 Lie. #CPCA 3268 Dood ol Trust in llio propor ly .silualod in said Couiily, Nuvada (Juscribing iho land tlioroiri: Lot Onu lluiidrod Eight (180) in Bkx:k Six (6) ol Hondors6il^'N(), 4, as shown tiy Miip llioiuol oil in Uixjk 5 ol Plals, Haijo in the OHice o( lli| County Recorder of Clar| Counly, Nuvada. Except all iniiierals and all inmoral riyhls which may bo fcwaiod upon or under Iho roal pfoporly horomabuvo doscrilxxl, as reserved by RoconsUuclion Finance Corporal^pn, in Deed Recorded' Soplombcr 9, 1949 asl Document No 321023, Clark Counly, Nevada Records, which Docd resorves the right lo enlor upon, piusped ijsr, mine* and roinuvu ^iuuh ijiinerals. The slieel SC 7023 Notice is hereby given that, I Walker Towing Inc., 561 N I'arksun Road, Henderson N V. will sell below mentioned vehicles to ifatisfy mechanic and storage liens: 19>6 Bukk W6Ckvrolet 1 4M47Y9H132050 1Q87Q6L5O7110 I9f0 Dalaun 1 PS110827772 Nv. plate 849BVZ miFord • 1 F25VKJ81392 Nv. plate 34NEKK 19^6 Ford 4X11X242325 I9M International 3HIC0CHB32456 I9T5 Uldsmoblle 3L69T5XI16071 Nv. plate 720EHL Itb Pontiac l9i4NlMR 2G2AF19R2D1229773 JN1PB11S3EU6OO240 Ok. plate MG375 Ca. plate 2THra75 19^2 Dodge l9Ford E2l'X)O.S2206 R>XI1A232085 A/,, plate KSM963 Ca. plate ICJVI652 REGISTERED Ross Michael JJR 4701 K Sahara 303 Las Vegas, NV 89121 Peacejanet/l'>ic D 2X24 Pcrlller No. Lwi Vcga.1, NV 89030 Clint Arrington ISOOK TroplcanaUA Las Vegas, NV 89109 Tyson,Wiliiam S 3540 W Sahara STE 254 Las Vegas,NV 89102 Trent Peterscn PC BOX 19452 Jean,NV 89019 Ronald Sheffey 3142 La Madera D FJMonte, CA 91732 LEGAL Mac's Auto Sales 3240 E. Freeraont Us Vegas, NV 89104 Brenna E Vanncss Bernardino Paul F PO BOX 219 PC BOX 8404 Big Sandy, MT 59520 Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546 AttCtlea wIN be betd at 10:00 ajn., May 28, 1993. We reserve the right to bid. Auciloa will be held at the above addren. H-yMay4.11.1.1993. coiiunon desiynaUon. il any, shown lieiein ) Said sale will txi made, bul willujut covonuril or warranly, expioss otj mipliotJ, reyardiiKj lillo, possosstun, or enuunibrancos, lo pay llic romaining principal sum ol the iioloO)secutoU by suid-Dood ol TrusI, -wilh inlerosl IhOfoon, as provided m said nole(s), advances, il any uiidof Uio lurms ol said UeuO ol TrusI, loos, charyob and uxporisos ol Iho Trusloe and ol Iho Irusis created by said Dood ol TrusI; Tho total amount o( the unpaiil balance of Iho obliyalioii secured by Iho properly to Ixj sold and roasoiiabb osliinaled coIS. oxpoiisos and advances ai Iho luno ol the inllial publication ol Iho Nolico ol Sale is: $29,42/01. Tho benchciary undor said Dood of Trust liorolo loro oxoculod and dolivutod lo the undersiuned a wrillon Duclaraliun ol Delaull and Doiiiai4d lur Sale, and a wnlion Nulico ol Oolault and Etociion to Soil, Tho undorsigned caiilsed said Notice ol Delaull and Elocbon 10 Sell to bo recorded in llio cooniy wliore Ihe roal (HOfwrly IS lociiuid, Beneliclal Management Corporation ol America, Trustee, By Standard Trust Deed Service Company, as Ayent, 2600 Slanwoll Drive, #200, Concord, CA 94520. (510) 603 7340, By: Tina Lotspecli. Assistant Secroiary, Date, 04/^Wi993 ASAP84397 5/4.5/11,5/18 COUNTY. NEVADA. APN/ 50b-160-531-113 The street addiles^ and other common designation.; if any, of the real property described above is [jurporte'd tolbd: 128 ALMENOIO IJ\NE HENDERSON, NV M013 The undersigned Trustee ^lisclaims any'liability for any incorrectnejss of the stijeet address and other common designation, if any. shown heiteini. The total amount of he unpaid balance of the obligation secured *y the property to be sold and; reasonable estimated costs, expenses and advances ^at the time of the initial publication of the Notice of sale is: $98,426 id In addition to cash, the Trustee will accept a cashier's check drawn on a state or national bi^nk, a check drawn by a state or federal credit union or a check drawn by a state or federal savings and loan association, savings association or savings bank specified in Section 5102 of the Financial Code and authorized to do business in this state. In the event tender other than cash is I accepted, the Trustee may withhold the issuance of the Trustee's Deed until funds become available to the paiyee or endorsee as a matter of right. Said sale will be made, but without covenant or warranty, express or implied regarding title, possession or encumbrances, to satisfy the indebtedness secured by said Deed, advances thereunder, with interest as provided therein, and the unpaid principal of the I note secured by said deed with interest thereon as provided in said Note, fees, charoes and expenses of the trustee and of the trusts created by said Deed of Trust. Dated: 04/13/1993 QUALITY LOAN SERVICE CORP.. AS TRUSTEE 1651E.4THSl,/228 SANTA ANA. CA 92701 (714) 285-9962 By: SHtRYL L CLAYTON AUTHORIZED SIGNATURE OPP 10639 APR. 20'27 MAY 4. 1993 AQUA MARINE 860 E. Lake Mead Drive Henderson, NV 89015— Phone 564-2266 LIEN SALE I^al Owner: Daniel Maher 4701 E. Sahara #321, Las Vegas, Nv. 89104 Registered Owner: Same. Description of Boat and motor: 1968 16 ft Hydro Swift lloat with inboard/outboard OMC 110 HP motor. 16 ft. trailer #NV34994G. H-May4,ll,18,13 AQUA MARINE 860 E. Uke Mead Drive Henderson, NV 89015 Phone 564-2266 LIEN SALE I^ai Owner: William Kelly 4260 Elmoor Way Las Vegas, Nv 89121 Registered Owner: Same. Description of Boat and mo tor: Trailer #614-72-189VB. H—May 4,11,18,1993 DISTRICT COURT CLARK COUNTY, NEVADA DANNY LL I Plaintiff —va-TLILLY LA LI, Defendant. Case No. D161377 Dept. No Docket No. B SUMMONS NOTICE!. YOU HAVt 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 Hied by the ptaintHT against you for the relief set forth In the Complaint. THIS IS AN ACTION FOR DIVORCE. l.ir you intend to defend this lawsuit, within 20 days after this Summons Is served on you exclusive of the day of service, you must do the following: a. File with the Clerk ol this Court, whose address is shown below, a formal written response to the Complakit in accordance with the rules of the Court. b. Serve a copy of ^o ir response^ upon the attorn iy hose nam and address isj fhown beio*. 2. Unless you respodd, vaur default will be entered upon application of the plaintiff and this Court may enter a Judgment against you ror the relief demanded in the CompliJht, which could result in the! taking of money or property or other relief requested In the Complaint. ^ 3. If you ntend toseek the advice of an attorney in this matter, yol should do so promptly s6 that your response may jbe filed on time. Issued at direction of: (s) Peter L. Ashman 'ET^RL. ASHMAN, ESQ. Attorney for Plaintiff 501 S. Rancho Dr., Ste. 1-62 Las Vegas, NV 89106 LOJ ETTA BOWMAN, CLERK OF COURT By: (s) Victoria Nunez-Moore DEPUT Y CLERK i Date I March 5,1993 County Courthouse 200 South Third Street IS Vegas, Nevada 89155 H—April 6,13,20,27,May4, 1993. ,Ji' District Court -CURK COUNTY. NKVADA VIZALIELE.YUMOL Plaintiff, _vs— NORMA ENRIQUEZ, YUMOL, Defendant, Case No. D162033 Dcpt. No. H Docket No. SUMiVlONS NOTICE! YOU HAVE SUED. THE COURT MAY DECIDE AGAINST YOU WITHOUT YOUR BEING HEARD UNLESS YOU RESPOND WITHIN 20 DAYS. READ THE INFORMATION BELOW. TO THE DEFENDArJT: A civllCompialnthasbeennied by the plaintiff 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 after this Summons Is served on you exclusive of the day 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 in accordance with the rules of Ihe Court. i b. Serve a cdpy of ydur response upon tie attorney whose name and! address is shown below. 2. Unless you respond, your default will be entered upon application of the plitlnllfrand thIsCourtmay enter a Judgement against you for the relief demanded In IheComptaInt,which could rcsillt In the taking of money or property or other relief requested in the torn plaint. 3. Ifyou Intend toseek Ihe 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/ PETER L. ASHMAN, ESQ. Attorney for Plaintiff Nevada Bar #2285 sot S. Rancho Dr., Ste. 1-62 Las Vcga.s Nevada 89106, (SEAL) LORETPA BOWMANi CLERK OF COURT By: DEENA SHEFTlELD Date: MARCH 24,1993 Counly Courthouse 200 South third Street Las Vegas, Nevada 89155 H—April 27, May 4, 11,18, 25,1993. "IV kMERld LUNG SSOCIATION^ CRO: WE E'K' ANN KELSAY SMALL, ESQ. DEPUTY CITY ATTORNEY NV BAR #003880 200 WATER STREET HENDERSON, NEVADA 89015 (702) 565-2083 ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTUT CITY OF HENDERSON DATED: APR. 27,4:04 P.M. •93 (s) Loretta Bowman DISTRICT COURT CLARK COUNTY, NEVADA CITY OF HENDERSON Plaintiff vs. FOUR HUNDRED NINE DOLLARS ($409.00) IN UNITED STATES CURRENCY Dcfcndjint -^ CASE NO. A31763S DEPT.NO.BI DOCKET NO. B PRIORITY CIVIL NRS 453 JO I Declaratory Relief NRS 30.030 (Non-Arbitration) ORDF.R FOR PUBLICATION QF NOTICE OF (OMMF.NCEMENTQF FORFRITt/RE ACTION .STATEOFNEVADA ss: COUNTY OF CLARK 'i'hv Court having been presented with an AfTidavIt of Publicallon or Notice of Commencement of Forfeiture Action by ANN KELSAY SMALL, Counsel fur IMalntlfTs, and it appearing therefrom that personal service of process cannot t>e had on proiipective claimant to defendant currency, BILLY RAY WA ITS, whose la.sl known address was 1711 Yale, #101, Norih Las Vegas, Nevada 89030, and good cause appearing,' IT IS HEREBY ORDERED the the Notice of Commencement of Forfeiture Action be served on prospcctiveclaimant,RILLY RAY WAITS, by publlcaUon thereof in the Henderson Home News, and that said publication be made for a period of four consecutive Wci'k.s and at lea-st once a week for .said period of tihie. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that a copy of the Complaint t(|gether with a copy of the piotice kif Commencement ^f Forfeiture Action beforthwilhdeposilcd in a scaled envelope In the Office in the City of Henderson, Counly ofClark, .State ofNcvada,dlrcctcd 10 BILLY RAY WA ITS at ibis last known address. DATED this 26tfi day of April, 1993. (s) Joseph T. Bonavcnture' DISTRICT JUD(;E SHAUNAHUGHFa,ESQ. City Attorney i • (s) Ann Kclsay Smad [ ANN KELSAV SMALL yHQ: • 'f • -I : Deputy City Attorney NVar#0038 200 Wjtcr Street' Henderson, Nevada 890H Attorney for llaintirf H-Mayiu,18,25, 1993 • • • ^ • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • ^ • • • • • • ilHi :t f Tuesday, May 4,1993 Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Page 17 LEGAL NOTICES AMERICAN NATIONAL STATUS I, Jane Barbone, in the name of the Lord Jesui Christ, solemnly Publish and De<:lare my American National SUtui and Right to emancipate absolute my • Yes" in trust from theforeign Jurisdiction known as the municipal corporation of the District of Columbia, a Democracy. Any and all, past and present political ties implied bjf operation of law or otherwise In trust with said democracy are hereby dissolved. By this emancipation I return to,an estate of primary sovereignty and freedom that pre-exists ail government(s) I, Jane Barbone, have full legal/lawful rights to contract, td own property absolute, and to establish commerce, without said governmental Interference, as guarMiteeTIC c/o P.O. Box 73156 Las Vegas, Nevada America (Notary used for proof of Identification only and grants no foreign Jurisdiction.) Affirmed and subscribed before me this 28th day of April, 1993. My Commi^ion Ejiplres 101-95 County of Clark Dennis Karl, Notary Signature Dennis Karl, Printed Name of NoUry (SEAL) Notary Public-State of Nevada COUNTY OFCLARK DENNIS KARL My Commission Expires Oct. 1,1995 H—May 4, II, 18,1993. BEFORE THE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF NEVADA In Re Application of SOUTHWEST GAS ) CORPORATION for Authority to Increase ) Docket its Natural Gas Rates and Charges for Ser-) No. 93-3004 vices Provided in Its Southern Nevada Division.) .) In Re Application of SOUTHWEST GAS ) CORPORATION for Approval of iU Book ) Docket Depreciation Study of Southern Nevada Prop-) No. 93-3025 criics for its Southern Nevada Division. ) to Its existing icrvice complement and rate designs. Southwest prbpofca Implementing new scrvicci to compete with the threat of the bypass of its system and altering its current method of cost allocation and rate design to reflect Ihe restructured Interstate natural gas market. Ihe effect of Southwest's proposed request for increased revenues on each claw nf culnmr pr rlaw rf aervic> Is u follows: Propotcd InattutKUtaust) 0.45610 DolUra $9^1,845 1(2,960 EBCStnt 14.69% 115 ) NOTICE OF HEADING AND NOTICF. OF CONSUMER SFASIONS SOUTHWESTGASCORPORATION("Southweat")has nicd an Application, designated as Dqcfcet No. 93-3004, with the Public Service Commission of Nevada ("Commission") for approval of an increase in its rates and charges for services provided in its Southern Nevada Division. As outlined in Schedule 0 of the Supporting Schedules portion of Southwest's niing in Docket No. 93-3004, SoiiUiwcst proposes an average monthly increa.se of $2.23 during the summer months and an average monthly increase of SX.OS during the winter months for residential gas service. For small commercial gas service. Southwest proposes an a verage monthly Increase of $9 JI7 during the summer months and an average monthly increase of $15.98 during the winter months. Southwest has also filed with the Commission an AppllI'ullon for Approval of iLs Book Depredation Study ofSouthcrn Nevada Properties for Its Southern Nevada Division, which filing has been designated as Docket No. 93-3025. In this Application, Southwest seeks changes to its existing depreciation rates. Based on August 31, 1992 depreciable balances, the rates Southwest seeks for its Southern Nevada Division wlH result in an increase in annual depreciation expense of $1,365,841, or about 17 percent. In support of the Application for an Increase in natural gas rates and charges. Southwest stales that since its last application for general rate relief In Southern Nevada, submitted In 1987, there Have been numerous developments and changes In Ihe natural gas Industry which impact Southwest's Southern Nevada natural gas operations. One of these developments includes The Natural Gas Wellhead Decontrol Act of 1989 which is the final component In the phased elimination m a cash ha.sismcthod of accounUngforpost-retiremenl benefits other than pensions to an accrual basis as prescribed by the Financial Accounting Standards Board's Statement of Financial Accounting SUndard No. 106. Southwest also proposes. In its Application, a weather normalization procedure to insulate its ratepayers and shareholders from the impacts of severe weather fluctuations. Further, Southwest proposes to Implement a lowincome residential assistance program to provide its most needy customers with a rate discount on their base gas requirements during the winter heating months. Southwest's Application alsolndudessubstantlalchanges Class _. Residential Master Metered Mobile Homea General; Small Medium Large Air Conditioning Water Pumping Cogeneration Gas Service for Compression Street & Outdoor Lighting Transportation Other Southwest sUtes that Uie General Claas category, as proposed above, consolidates and replaces the existing commercial, industrial and electric generation rat* Khedules. Changes proposed by SouUiwest to die basic montliiv service charg e for the various classes are: M47,380 16.19 U47,50S 6.69 590J15 6.76 SO 0.05 ra (11.60) (10.90) (.3) (13.92) ( 1,754) (U.72) (2.952,697) (30.89) 2135 0.88 Clasy Residential Gas Service Commercial Gas Service ropose Basic Service Bask.WvIre CblESC ChltgS. Small Large Master Metered Mobile Home ParicGas Service 15.00 Water Pumping Gas Service 170.00 Gas Service for Compression of Natural Gas on Customer Prcsnises Small Large Industrial Gas Service $ 5.60 $ 6.00 See "General Gas Service" 17.50 750.00 1S;00 100.00 17.50 75.00 0J5693 0J6824 0.263S 0.203r 0^0924 0.28D95 0.27075 OMfne Gas ScrviM AbConditioning Gas Service Summer (April-October) Water PuMpinj Gas Service Cogeneration Gaa Service Backbone Transmission Demand Charm Per ThcrM Gu Service for Compression on Customer's Premises Small Large Street and Outdoor Lighting Gas Service Per Therm of Rated Capacity Optional Gas Service As specified elsewhere, plus a surcharge of $0.00628 per therm to recover take-or-pay costs. The revenue increases, rate designs, and changes to existing depreciation rates conUlned In the applications arc proposals by Southwest and may be contested by parties who arc granted Intervenor status In these dockeLs. 1'hc Commission may also adopt rates^which will result in charges to Individual customers either higher or lower than the charges currently proposed by Southwest. Tb^appHoiltions were flled pursuant to Chapters 703 and 704 of the Nevada Revised Statutes ("NR.S") and the Nevada Administrative Code ("NAC"). A prehearing conference was held in the above dockets on April 12,1993, at which time dates for the consumer sessions and the evidentiary hearings were set. Issues pertinent to the dockets were idenlincd for hearing, and a schedule fur discovery and prepared testimony was set. The Commission has scheduled two consumer sessions In these two dockets. The primary purpose of the consumer sessions will be to receive comments from the public concerning Southwest's request for approval of a general increasein its rates and charges for services on its southern Nevada system (Southern Nevada Division) and application for approval of revised depreciation rates for its southern Nevada properties. Other relevant mjitters of concern to the public may also be addressed. The CommLssion may discuss the public comments at the consumer scs.sions. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Uiat conmimer sessions win be held as follows: 15.00 100.00 SmaU Large Electric Generation Gas Service General Gas Service Small Medium Large 17.50 60.00 See "General Gas Service" 125.00 17.50 1,350.00 750.00 See "General Gas 6,000.00 Service" 17.50 60.00 750.00 Southwest also proposes changes to the Commodity ClUIXSfor various classes. Thesechangesare contained in its proposed tariff sheets in the ApplkaUon and are summarized as follows: das TotolCttimnodUTClnrge Residentii^l Gas Service Summer First 30 Therms $0.52722 Over 30 Therms 0JM59 Winter 0J2722 Low Income Residential Gas Service Summer Hrst 100 Therms 0J2722 Over 100 Therms 0J8059 Winter First 100 Therms 0.44814 Over 100 Therms 0.52722 General Gas Service Small 0.45610 Medium 0J8527 Large 0JS971 Large (Backbone Transmission) 0.24209 Demand Charge Per Therm 0.50924 Master Metered Mobile Home Park WEDNESDAY. • 1I1NE2.1993 1:30 P.M. Meeting Room #1 Henderson Convention Center 200 SouUi Waters Street Henderson, Nevada THURSDAY. JUNE3.15>93 7:00 P.M. Las Vegas City Council Chambers IstFloor.Las Vegasaty Hall 400 East Stewart Avenue Las Vegas, Nevada at which time interested and affected persons may appear .ind be heard. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the uuttll£jimJilgS In the above-entitled matter will commence as follows: MONDAY. .lUNEZff, 1993 9:30 a jn. Hearing Room A Offices of the Public Service Commission 4045 South Spencer, Suite A-44 Las Vegas, Nevada 89158 it which time interested and affected persons may appear and be heard. For purposes of hearing, the Presiding Officers have consolidated Docket No. 93-3025 (Depreciation Southern DivUion)with Docket No. 93-3005 (which Is an application of Southwest for approval of its book depreciation study of its northern Nevada properties for Its NurUltrn NtYidi DIYIslon) Additionally, the Cost of Capital and Revenue Requirement portions of Docket No. 93-3004 ant Docket No. 93 3003 (which is an application of Southwest to increase natural gas rates and diarees for its NoiUitrB NtYilli DJYlslWl) have been combined for hearing. The schedule of hearing dales and locations is as follows: Week of lune 28.1993: Docket No. 93-3004 (Southern Division) & Docket No. 93-3003 (Northern Division) at 9:30 ajn. in the Commission's Las Vegas hearing rooms, located at the Office of the Public Service Commission, 4045 South Spencer Street, Suite A-44, Week of July 6.1993: DocketNo. fJ-MM fNartlMni PW-, shm) Docket N.. ilMeO* 0M*cm NvlrfM) at 9:30 aji. Il MM CommMoii's Canoa C^ hMrtaB rooms, h>caicd at the Ofllea sT MM Public Service CoMmMM^ 727 Falrvlcw Drive, Carsoa City, N vada. Weekoflul.121993: Docket N. -30 (Nortkwn nl iion)at9-J0ajiLkitiMCanWM'i Carson CKy bcariaf fMMi July 15-16.1993: Docket Noa. 93.3008 A 9a3lB5fDapidiUon) at9:30ajik hi IhcCoMMWM'l CarsM City bcailM rMMS. Week of lul. 19. ^993: Docfcat No. 9i.MluhMhmm DMaioa)at|MOajB.hitiMCMiMWMi's Las Vcgai hearing roows. The hearing dates above may aba be cmaaded by Ow Prcsidli^g Officers in these dockets to tadudcSatar^y bsM'ings, as the need dictates. Pursuant to the legal authority found hi NRS 704.IM, 704.110and 704.120, theCommMai has JurisdMlM mm'\ these matters and the auUiority to conduct MM kcarki|S aad determine Uie Issues raised hi the nihi|s. PwsMMt I* NRS 704.110, the Commisaion win receive cvidcMCe piHali^ig lo the propriety of the rates and charges proposed by Seatbwest. Pursuant to NRS 704.120, the CoMmiario* • ato receive evidence pertaining to whether Ike rates aad charges proposed by Southwest are Just, reasouahle. act a^laaby discriminatory, preferential, or otherwise In vtotadon af any of the provisions of Chapter 704 of the SKS. The M ec l lfc' statutes and reguiationa Involved Indnde NRS 704.110 through 704.130, Inclusive; NAC703.2201 through 7VUML .j inclusive; NAC 704.640; and, NAC 704.6502 through NAC 704.6679, inclusive. Before granting or dcnylngdic application, the Ceniali. sion may consider, among oiher lasucs, tlic following: Q) whether Southwest's obligatioa to serve has hecn altered or whether Uiere has been some bapad on Soutbwcet by IMM Kf FK R C Order 636; (2) whether ttie rate design preiMMsd by, Southwest is betnglnflkcnced by FERC policy and whether, thlslstbebasisofanyadJustnMntsbySoatbweal;(3)helber the new method of weatiier normalixation prapeee by Southwest is currenUy being used by any aUte; (4) whether the new mcUiod of weather aormalixation prepeaed by SouUiwest has been dbcuaaed in prevhms dodcsts hehre the,, Commission; (5) whether there are • tcdflc mandatsi hi • FERC Order 636 or any other of the FERC orders afTedtag Nevada'sintersUteplpeiinesuppllersorwMdIlheCoHHnb, sion should be aware; (6) wheUwr Southwest's rate case. presently under consideration b affected by the recent FBHC order on El Peso's restructuring plan and rate and how this order will affect Southwest; (7) proposed increaae in rales and charges Is unjust, hi able, or unJusUy discriminatory, or preTerenlial, or ather> wise In violation of any of UicprovWonsorNRS Chapter 704; (8) wheUier Southwest's request for authority to tacreaie Hi natural gas rates and diaiigcs for scnioet provided la Its Southern Nevada DIvMon shouM he granted; (9) whether Southwest's request for approval of Hi book dcpredattsh study of southern Nevada properties flor Its Souther* Nerada Division should be granted; and (10) such any and ~ Issues that may arise In the course of tiM procoediags. At hearing, the Commiaeioa may alao coMfaler and/or public comments related to the provWoas of Chapters 703 and 704 or NRS aad NAC. At hearing, the Coma^ slon may vote to grant or deny, in whole or hi part, OM applications. In addition, Uie Commlasian may vote on other relevant procedural or substantive matters. The applications are avalUble for viewing by Ibe paMk ut both offices ofthe Commiashm, 727 Fab^ew Drive^Careaa City, Nevada 89710 and Uie Dawson Bulhiing, 4045 South Spencer Street, Suite A-44, Las Vcgaa, Nevada S915S. This notice has been posted at Uie county courthoaeee hi Carson City, Reno, and Laa Vegas. BytheCoaHnlarion, /s/ WILLUM H. VANCE, Commisahw SocrabM? Dated: Carson City, Nevada 4/22/93 (SEAL) G—April 30,1993. Rates Classified Published lUesdays, Thursdays & Fridays Consecutive, 1 week, all publications Bo)tedAcis7 • Kr;:. Up to 3 lines (approx. 23 characters per line). 450 each additional line. 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Fri. 8-5 Boulder City News 1227 Arizona street 293-2302 Hours: f^n. & 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 Thursday's Issue 12:00 NOON TUESDAY Green Valley News Friday's Issue 12:00 NOON TUESDAY NOW ACCEPTING ^S PROFESSIONAL SERVICES CONCRETE WORK ALL PHASES MASONRY, INC. Lie. M1S257 Computarizad Incoma tax preparation, lowest rates, will come to you. 4567323. Lorl & Len. BASIC NATURE CARPET CLEANERS HENDERSON'S FINEST 564-6716 'Advertise IntheA/ews PROFESSIONAL SERVICES Wo move res. & comm., free estimates. We load/ unbad rental trucks anywhere in town. 566-8898. PS ••••••••••• T&T REMOVAU INC. Hauling & Removal Conttructl&n Clean-up Lot Clean-up Free Eatlmalee COMMERaAL/ RESIDENTIAL Lie. #13711137 Eli 566-0088 MIKE MORRISON ELECTRIC, INC. Licensed Bonded Insured Lie. #30425 CaU 564-2145 LICENSED HANDYMAN Complete Home Repair •Carpenty • Cabinet • Drywali (Henderson Resident) Rick at 564-7488 or Pager 599-7474 PIANO TUNING, REPAIRING, REGULATING, REBUILDING 35 years experience. G. Foehner, 70 Country Club Dr., Mend. 564-6985 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES MASSAGE AND REFLEXOLOGYformena women now at A HAIRITAGE. at 319 Water St. For appointment can. 565-7503 or 293-5500. PS 4Ijnes$5g^. INSTA CLEAN JANrrORIAL SERVICE Includes all pliases ol janitorial cleaning. tauM uc nan 293-3316 Office MARY KAY COSMETICS Independent Beauty Consultant since 1989 Doe Deo Sonko 293-5550 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES Re-upholstery or custom built sofas starting at $100; your choice of fabric. Sr. discount. FREE PICK-UP AND DELIVERY. 648-7172. PS BRICK, BLOCK ALL MASONRY 564-1437 uc, #015257 LAWN CARE .^ Trim Shruba, HedgM ^ a TreM-Fra* wtlnwtM ^ Monthly ralM A so yfn ttptftne* A cue.) 293-6756* • k-k It If-k If It If It 1r It 3Lmes$5SK B.E. HANNIG CONCRETE Residential/Commercial Spaclallzlng in 3 Dimensional Sumped ConortI* Offlce: (702) 434-2224 BRENT HANNIG Lie. No. 0033428 VOICE PIANO DRAMA LESSONS -Wh*iir you an 7 or 70, yoif can portect your VOICE. RANO or DRAMA quolMM. CORALCOVE HUStC STUDIO, FLO RAYMOND 56S-8469 7i////#limU\\\^(^\\V.^1 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES Massage therapy, licensed for men and women. Also sculptured nail specialist. Call Lisa at Electric Beach Tanning 451-NAIL or 3610127. PS PROFESSIONAL SERVICES WEEDS R US ELI 566-0088 Removal of weeds, weeds, weeds, and lot clean-up WATER SOFTENER RMIrad Formw minulMlurar ka* KCMO le wMw MttMMn. RMal 11200 only t2M. Aloo IMM kmn4 now u|.frM unM. AH SniK nmm, guaranlMa by iHloty, ki kuokWM ovor 31 yoari, ilto Rovorso Oomooli rou IM60 only 2M. Cal lof Ma. M147H. Guitar Lessons $lO/hr. By experienced teacher Call 564-7718 Richard Fox & Sons Lawn Maintenance and sprinklers Reasonable & Reliable. 565-6428. WHEN THINOS WOULD BREAK ORAUPS WOULD RX FT NOW HC't OLD AND ONLY arrs.IT HONEY DOS 294-3071/566-6811 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES DRYWALL WORK NO JOB TOO SMALL Call Don 565-1366 Mechanic, 15 years experience. Work at my home. A/c, brakes, tune-up, engine overhaul, etc. MIka Lovltt. 564-2709. ADVANCED CARE CARPET CLEANING FLOOD DAMAGE REPAIRS Free Estimates 24 Hour Service 564-6250 or 594-7483 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES CONFIDENTIAL TAROT CARD READINGS. No 900 number or time limit. Call a trained psycfiic at 458-3688 for info, ask for Patricia. PS PROFESSIONAL SERVICES ^^^p^^S^R^R^^^^^^fc^^^^^^^R^R^^^R^R^^^R^R^^^p ^^* SHERMAN CONCRETE Licenteif & Bonded Lie. 30046 Free Estimates 294-2343 RICK'S AIR CONDITIONING A REFRIGERATION SwWce a Rpah-AII Typ0 A Mod0l LicC2i-34508 (702) 376-COOL (2665) ROBERTSON'S TOTAL YARD CARE Weedina. Cteenup, Haulbia, Trlmmlnfl Mowing Wm Do It All CaU Kory For A FrM Esttmaie 293-1782 Spring Special Aluminum Patio Covers—Carports Window Awnings Sunshiekl Awning RepresentatIvs Call 293-3750 For free In-home estimate (702) 293-4661 24 HR. PHONE Big Johns Towing LMOT AW NCAVT SVTT TOWNS MUTATI Auieii KEN'S MAINTENANCE & HANDYMAN SERVICE All Types of Maintenance I Can Fix or Make Most Anyttiing Serving the Community for 7 Years 293-0045 HANDYMAN • Complete Home Repsir • Coolers • Sprinklers • Plumbing • Painting • New Doors • New Locks • Carpentry YOU SAVE $$$$ Del 564-7379 Vote No to increased taxes. VOTE NO ON #1 l>ildlDfbyVkglnlTdilyFiHonlwCWUtilofConwion8nt YARDVARK'S LAWN AND MAINTENANCE COMPLETE LAWN CARE 'Wi do mon than luwl mom, btem tnd go 294-1114 Pager 222-6926 CABINETS REPAIRED AND REFINISHED. Getting tired of the same old worn look of your l
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Ilipppilllliilli mmmmmmmm Page 16 Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Tuesday, May 4,1993 HAVING A GARAtiE SALE? Advertise it in the classified pages of H.B.e. Publications. Call 564-1881 or 2S3-2302 wnTirPTorRgnrrnBs rONrFBNFD Pursuant to Chapter 408, NsTida Revised Statutes, noiloc is hereby given that on April 20,1993, Contract No. 2478 between Frehner Constractlon Co., Inc. and the State of Nevada, for construction of a portion of the Secondary Highwav System on SUU Route 169 from 12.4 mllMcas(orUS9Sto3miles wcstorUughlinandonUS 9S (.C5 miles north of let. 163 • iSlracture No. B-420, Dark County, Project Nos. PLHitS-10(5) and SPF-095-1( 13) was accepted. All creditors having dalmi against this contract must nie their claims within thirty (30) days after acceptance of uid contract. InforMatlon relative to themanner of filing dalms may be obtained from the Admlninlratlve Services Officer, telephone number 702-687-5412. GARTH F. DULI,, DIRECrOR Department of Transportation Carwn City, Nevada 89712 H-April 27,29, May 4,6. PUBLIC AUCTION Nptice Is hereby given that In accordance with Nevada Revised Statutes 108.473108.47K3, contenLs oT the following storage units will be sold at Public Auction on Thur., May 6, 1993 at 9:00 am, at AAA Mini Warehouses, 1601 Athol Ave., Henderson, Nv., to satisfy delinquent rent and fees: #tf Boyles #85 Anderson #119 Peterson #137 Brooks #156 Roux #159 Fuller #171 Garcia #202 Dcnison #239 Warner #246 Ivndkatt #247 Haught #255 Albright Bidders regl-ster at office by 8:30 am. Tayments to be made In ca.sh on date of sale. Units to be vacated by 8:00 pm on date of sale. TO BE PUBLISHED APRIL 27 and May 4. We will pick affidavit up before 5 pm on Wednesday, May 5th. DO NOT MAIL, PLEASE. H—April 27, May 4, 1993. CNSI092964 NOTICE OF TRUSTEES SALE T.S. No. 93-33666NV YOU ARE IN DEFAULT UNDER A DEED OF TRUST DATED May 14, 1979, UNLESS YOU TAKE ACTIO^ TO PROTECT YOUR PROPERTY, IT MAY BE SOLD AT A PUBLIC SALE. IF YOU NEED AN EXPLANATION 01 THE NATURE OF THE PROCEEDING AGAINST YOU YOU SHOULD CONTACT A LAWYER. On May 26, 1993, at 11:00 A.M., Speciali2sd, Inc. as duly appointed Trustee under and pursuant ic Dead of Trust recorded 6'22-79, as inst. No 1033646, in Book 1074, of Ollicial Records in the offico of the County Recorder of Clork County, Stole of Nevada, axaculed by Valsrie Medick Cizmas, ai unmarried woman as har sole and separata property fi' Grantor/Truslor WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION TC HIGHEST BIDDER FOR CASH (payable at the limo oi sale in lawful money of the United States) at the man entrance to the Clark County Courthouse, 200 Soull Third Street, Las Vegas, Nevada all ri^ht, title an< Inlarest conveyed to and ndw held by it under said Deed of Trust in the property situated in said County •nd State described as: Lot Seven (7) in Block Two (2) of Green Vallc, East Unit No. 3, as shown by Map thereof on File ii Book 22 of Plots, Page 33, in the Office of the County Recorder of Clark County, Nevada. The street address and other common dosianotion, N any, of the real property described above ir purported to be: 2212 l\/iarlboro Drive, Henderson Nevada • The uruiersigned Trustee disclaims any liability foi any incorrectness of the street address and othei eommon designation, if any, shown herein. Said sale will be made, but without covenant oi Warranty-, express or implied, regarding title. postasslon, or encumbrances, to pay the reniainin|. t rinoipel sum of the notelsl, secured by said Deed ol rust with interest thereon, as provided in said notelsl advances, if any, under the terms of said Deed oi Trust, lees, charges and expenses of the Trustee ant' af the trusts created by said Deed of Trust. The total amount of the unpaid balance of Ihi obligation scoured by the property to be sold anc: (•asonable estimated costs, expanses and advances ai the time of initial publication of the Notice of Sale h • 63,556.31. The Beneficiary under said Deed of Trusi heretofore executed and delivered to the undersigned a written Declaration of Default and Demand for Sale, and a written Notice of Default and Election to Sell The undersigned caused said Notice of Default and Election to Sell to be recorded in the county where ihi (••I property Is located. Date: 2i Apr 93 t Specialized, Inc., Trustee, 1090 Eugunio Place, Carpinteria, CA 93013 (805) 684-1424 By: L. James Ness, Trustee Sales Officer 05/04/93,05/11/93,05/18/93 LEGAL NOTICE 1976 Cruise Air 25' Motor Home to be sold to highest bMder when title b obUined by storage lien. Serial No. 7651306 M40CK65303926, License No. HTK-684 Michigan plates. Registered owner Mary Chandler, 4455 Twain, Apt. 1783, Las Vegas, NV. 89121. Legal Owner SAME. Notice i^hereby given that I, BOULDER HWY. RENTAL, 4350 Boulder Hwy, Us Vegas, NV. 89121 will sell above mentioned property on Friday, 21 May 1993, lOiPO^T^M, at BOULDER HHY. RENTALS,43S0 Boulder Hwy., Las Vegas, NV. 89121. We reserve the right to bid. H^Aprii27,29,May 4,6,11, 13.1993. AMERICAN NATIONAL STATUS I, PATRICIA C. DALYKLIPPERInthenameofthe Lord Jesus Christ, solemnly Publish and Declare my American National Status and Right to emancipate absolute my 'Yes" In trust from the foreign Jurisdiction known as the municipal corporation of the District of Columbla,a Democracy. Any and all, past and present political ties implied by operation of law or otherwise In trust with said democracy are hereby dissolved. By this emancipation I return to an estateof primary soverdgnty and freedom that pre-exists all government(s) I, PATRICIA C. DALYKLIPPER, have full legal/ lawful rights to contract, to own properly absolute, and to establish commerce, without said governmental Interference.asguaranteed by the full Bill of Rights, the Ten Amendments to the Constitution for the United Statu of America, a Republic, Anyone claiming or causing to bar this emancipation must present their claims In a court of competent Jurisdiction within (30) calendar days from the date of issuance of this Notice and Dedaratlun. Failure to assert claims timely will forever constitute a waiver and bar the assertion of said claims by estoppel. So Done this 22nd day of April, 1993. Signature: P.C. Daiy-Kllpper NON-DOM ES-riC C/O4314HEMPSTED GLEN AVE. NORTH LAS VEQAS, NEVADA [Notary used for proof of idcntificaliun only and grants no foreign Jurisdiction.] Affirmed and subscribed before me this 2 day of April, 1993. May Commission Expires 217-97 County of Clark (Seal) NOTARY PUBLIC STATE OF NEVADA County of Clark Ruth M. Jensen My appointment Expires Feb. 17,1997 Ruth M. Jensen Notary Signature Ruth M. Jensen Printed Name of Notary H—April 27, 29, May 4,6. K Advertise in We News \. HENDERSON HOME NEWS Your Local Newspaper J)LAS5.I§PI| AD tct'haititut, jWooB TksJiy fa PaotMi' SfU No. Paricson I cadcnon, Nevada 89015 (702)565-6220 Towing AMERICAN NATIONAL STATUS LChantelSimane,lnthe name of the Lord Jesus Christ, solemnly Publish and Declare my American NaUonai Status and Right to emancipate absolute my "res" in trust from the foreign Jurisdiction known as the municipal corporation of the District of Columbia, a Democracy. Any and all, past and present political ties Implied by operation of law or otherw sc In trust with said democracy are hereby dissolved By this emancipation I return to an estate of primary sovereignty and freedom that pre-exists all government(s) I, Chantel Simone, have full legal/lawful rights to contract, to own property absolute, and to establish commerce, without said governmental Interference, as guaranteed by the full Bill of Rights, the Ten Amendments to the Constitution for the United Sutes of America, a Republic. Anyone claming or causing to bar this emancipation, must present their claims In a court of competent Jurisdiction within (30) calendar days from the date of Issuance of this Nulicc and Declaration. Failure to assert claims timely will forever constitute a waiver and bar the assertion of said claims by estoppel. SoDonethls28lhday of April, 1993. Signature: Chantel Simon NON-DOMESTIC c/o 5111 Caspian Springs Dr. Suite 203 Las Vegas, Nevada America [Notary used for proof of identification only and grants no foreign Jurisdiction.) Affirmed and subscribed before me this 28th day of April, 1993. My Commission Expires 10-1-95 County of Clark Dennis Karl, Notary Signature Dennis Karl, Printed Name of Notary (SEAL) Notary Publk-State of Nevada COUNTY OF CLARK DENNIS KARL My Commls.sionJExpires Oct. 1,1995. H—May 4, 11,18, 1993. NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE T.S. No. BLV026683 Loan No. 89637353/ Oickerson Other Rol. •YOU ARE IN DEFAULT UNDER A DEED OF TRUST DATED Novoiiibor 16, 1990, UNLESS YOU TAKE ACTION HO PRO TECT YOUR PROPERTY, IT MM BE SOLD AT A PUBLIC SALE. IF YOU NEED AN EXPLANATION OF THE NATURE OF THE PROCEEDINGS AGAINST YOU, YOU SHOULD CONTACT A LAWYER, On 05/25/1993 at 10:00 A.M Beneficial Management Corporation ol NOTICi; LOAN NO. 1339670/REYNOLDS-VA OTHER REF. T.S. NO. F-9327 YOU ARE IN DEFAULT UNDER A DEED OF TRUST DATED April 15, 1987 UNLESS YOU TAKE ACTION TO PROTECT „YOUR PROPERTY. IT MAY BE SOLD AT A PUBLIC SALE. IF YOU NEED AN EXPLANATION OF THE NATURE OF THE PROCEEDING AGAINST YOU. YOU SHOULD CONTACT A LAWYER. Notice of Trustee's Sale Under Deed of Trust Notice is hereby given that QUALITY LOAN SERVICE CORP., as trustee, or successor trustee. or substituted trustee pursuant to the Deed of Trust executed by GARY K. REYNOLDS AND VIRGINIA REYNOLDS Recorded 04/16/1987 in Book 870416 Page Inst. No. 00238 of Official Re America as duly appomlud cordS in the Office Of the Triisioo uddor and piifsiiani County Recorder of 10 Deed ol Tfusi, Rocordod CLARK County, California. 11/21/1990 in book 90 and pursuant to the No1121 Patje insi 001U2 tjce of Default and Elecol Ollicial Rocoidb in llio ollice ol Iho County Rocofdor ol Clark Connly, Nevada; Exoculod by: Billy P Diokerson and Palricia S Dick orson, husband and wile as Juinl Tunaiils, Will soil at public auciion lu Iho liKjIicsl biddur lur cash (all payable al liino ol sajp in lawlul money ol tlio tion to Sell thereunder recorded 12/29/1992 in Book 921119 Page Inst No. 00356 of said Official Records, will Sell on 05/10/1993 at 10:30 A.M. at THE CLARK COUNTY COURTHOUSE 200 SOUTH 3RD STREET LAS VEGAS. NV at public aucUiutud Siaios:) at: AI iiie fion. to the highest bidder main uiitranco, uniuidu iiiu for cash (payable at the lobby doors lo ciiicayo Tiiio time of Sale in lawful o( Las voyas, 4100 Wosi money of the United Flamingo, Suite 1000, Las States), all right, title, and voyas, NV all nyiii. iiiie and interest, conveyed to and inierosi convoyed lo and now held by it Under Said now hold by ii under said Qeed Of Trust in the propm. Mode* la licreby given that I, Walker Towing Inc., 561 N.Park-son Road, Henderson, Nv. will leil below mentioned vehicles sirool address and Olhor • liafy mechanic and stura(>e liens: lM2Chevrolet 1G1AP8773(L177929 1969 Chevrolet CE149FH452S6 Lie. #CPCA 3268 Dood ol Trust in llio propor ly .silualod in said Couiily, Nuvada (Juscribing iho land tlioroiri: Lot Onu lluiidrod Eight (180) in Bkx:k Six (6) ol Hondors6il^'N(), 4, as shown tiy Miip llioiuol oil in Uixjk 5 ol Plals, Haijo in the OHice o( lli| County Recorder of Clar| Counly, Nuvada. Except all iniiierals and all inmoral riyhls which may bo fcwaiod upon or under Iho roal pfoporly horomabuvo doscrilxxl, as reserved by RoconsUuclion Finance Corporal^pn, in Deed Recorded' Soplombcr 9, 1949 asl Document No 321023, Clark Counly, Nevada Records, which Docd resorves the right lo enlor upon, piusped ijsr, mine* and roinuvu ^iuuh ijiinerals. The slieel SC 7023 Notice is hereby given that, I Walker Towing Inc., 561 N I'arksun Road, Henderson N V. will sell below mentioned vehicles to ifatisfy mechanic and storage liens: 19>6 Bukk W6Ckvrolet 1 4M47Y9H132050 1Q87Q6L5O7110 I9f0 Dalaun 1 PS110827772 Nv. plate 849BVZ miFord • 1 F25VKJ81392 Nv. plate 34NEKK 19^6 Ford 4X11X242325 I9M International 3HIC0CHB32456 I9T5 Uldsmoblle 3L69T5XI16071 Nv. plate 720EHL Itb Pontiac l9i4NlMR 2G2AF19R2D1229773 JN1PB11S3EU6OO240 Ok. plate MG375 Ca. plate 2THra75 19^2 Dodge l9Ford E2l'X)O.S2206 R>XI1A232085 A/,, plate KSM963 Ca. plate ICJVI652 REGISTERED Ross Michael JJR 4701 K Sahara 303 Las Vegas, NV 89121 Peacejanet/l'>ic D 2X24 Pcrlller No. Lwi Vcga.1, NV 89030 Clint Arrington ISOOK TroplcanaUA Las Vegas, NV 89109 Tyson,Wiliiam S 3540 W Sahara STE 254 Las Vegas,NV 89102 Trent Peterscn PC BOX 19452 Jean,NV 89019 Ronald Sheffey 3142 La Madera D FJMonte, CA 91732 LEGAL Mac's Auto Sales 3240 E. Freeraont Us Vegas, NV 89104 Brenna E Vanncss Bernardino Paul F PO BOX 219 PC BOX 8404 Big Sandy, MT 59520 Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546 AttCtlea wIN be betd at 10:00 ajn., May 28, 1993. We reserve the right to bid. Auciloa will be held at the above addren. H-yMay4.11.1.1993. coiiunon desiynaUon. il any, shown lieiein ) Said sale will txi made, bul willujut covonuril or warranly, expioss otj mipliotJ, reyardiiKj lillo, possosstun, or enuunibrancos, lo pay llic romaining principal sum ol the iioloO)secutoU by suid-Dood ol TrusI, -wilh inlerosl IhOfoon, as provided m said nole(s), advances, il any uiidof Uio lurms ol said UeuO ol TrusI, loos, charyob and uxporisos ol Iho Trusloe and ol Iho Irusis created by said Dood ol TrusI; Tho total amount o( the unpaiil balance of Iho obliyalioii secured by Iho properly to Ixj sold and roasoiiabb osliinaled coIS. oxpoiisos and advances ai Iho luno ol the inllial publication ol Iho Nolico ol Sale is: $29,42/01. Tho benchciary undor said Dood of Trust liorolo loro oxoculod and dolivutod lo the undersiuned a wrillon Duclaraliun ol Delaull and Doiiiai4d lur Sale, and a wnlion Nulico ol Oolault and Etociion to Soil, Tho undorsigned caiilsed said Notice ol Delaull and Elocbon 10 Sell to bo recorded in llio cooniy wliore Ihe roal (HOfwrly IS lociiuid, Beneliclal Management Corporation ol America, Trustee, By Standard Trust Deed Service Company, as Ayent, 2600 Slanwoll Drive, #200, Concord, CA 94520. (510) 603 7340, By: Tina Lotspecli. Assistant Secroiary, Date, 04/^Wi993 ASAP84397 5/4.5/11,5/18 COUNTY. NEVADA. APN/ 50b-160-531-113 The street addiles^ and other common designation.; if any, of the real property described above is [jurporte'd tolbd: 128 ALMENOIO IJ\NE HENDERSON, NV M013 The undersigned Trustee ^lisclaims any'liability for any incorrectnejss of the stijeet address and other common designation, if any. shown heiteini. The total amount of he unpaid balance of the obligation secured *y the property to be sold and; reasonable estimated costs, expenses and advances ^at the time of the initial publication of the Notice of sale is: $98,426 id In addition to cash, the Trustee will accept a cashier's check drawn on a state or national bi^nk, a check drawn by a state or federal credit union or a check drawn by a state or federal savings and loan association, savings association or savings bank specified in Section 5102 of the Financial Code and authorized to do business in this state. In the event tender other than cash is I accepted, the Trustee may withhold the issuance of the Trustee's Deed until funds become available to the paiyee or endorsee as a matter of right. Said sale will be made, but without covenant or warranty, express or implied regarding title, possession or encumbrances, to satisfy the indebtedness secured by said Deed, advances thereunder, with interest as provided therein, and the unpaid principal of the I note secured by said deed with interest thereon as provided in said Note, fees, charoes and expenses of the trustee and of the trusts created by said Deed of Trust. Dated: 04/13/1993 QUALITY LOAN SERVICE CORP.. AS TRUSTEE 1651E.4THSl,/228 SANTA ANA. CA 92701 (714) 285-9962 By: SHtRYL L CLAYTON AUTHORIZED SIGNATURE OPP 10639 APR. 20'27 MAY 4. 1993 AQUA MARINE 860 E. Lake Mead Drive Henderson, NV 89015— Phone 564-2266 LIEN SALE I^al Owner: Daniel Maher 4701 E. Sahara #321, Las Vegas, Nv. 89104 Registered Owner: Same. Description of Boat and motor: 1968 16 ft Hydro Swift lloat with inboard/outboard OMC 110 HP motor. 16 ft. trailer #NV34994G. H-May4,ll,18,13 AQUA MARINE 860 E. Uke Mead Drive Henderson, NV 89015 Phone 564-2266 LIEN SALE I^ai Owner: William Kelly 4260 Elmoor Way Las Vegas, Nv 89121 Registered Owner: Same. Description of Boat and mo tor: Trailer #614-72-189VB. H—May 4,11,18,1993 DISTRICT COURT CLARK COUNTY, NEVADA DANNY LL I Plaintiff —va-TLILLY LA LI, Defendant. Case No. D161377 Dept. No Docket No. B SUMMONS NOTICE!. YOU HAVt 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 Hied by the ptaintHT against you for the relief set forth In the Complaint. THIS IS AN ACTION FOR DIVORCE. l.ir you intend to defend this lawsuit, within 20 days after this Summons Is served on you exclusive of the day of service, you must do the following: a. File with the Clerk ol this Court, whose address is shown below, a formal written response to the Complakit in accordance with the rules of the Court. b. Serve a copy of ^o ir response^ upon the attorn iy hose nam and address isj fhown beio*. 2. Unless you respodd, vaur default will be entered upon application of the plaintiff and this Court may enter a Judgment against you ror the relief demanded in the CompliJht, which could result in the! taking of money or property or other relief requested In the Complaint. ^ 3. If you ntend toseek the advice of an attorney in this matter, yol should do so promptly s6 that your response may jbe filed on time. Issued at direction of: (s) Peter L. Ashman 'ET^RL. ASHMAN, ESQ. Attorney for Plaintiff 501 S. Rancho Dr., Ste. 1-62 Las Vegas, NV 89106 LOJ ETTA BOWMAN, CLERK OF COURT By: (s) Victoria Nunez-Moore DEPUT Y CLERK i Date I March 5,1993 County Courthouse 200 South Third Street IS Vegas, Nevada 89155 H—April 6,13,20,27,May4, 1993. ,Ji' District Court -CURK COUNTY. NKVADA VIZALIELE.YUMOL Plaintiff, _vs— NORMA ENRIQUEZ, YUMOL, Defendant, Case No. D162033 Dcpt. No. H Docket No. SUMiVlONS NOTICE! YOU HAVE SUED. THE COURT MAY DECIDE AGAINST YOU WITHOUT YOUR BEING HEARD UNLESS YOU RESPOND WITHIN 20 DAYS. READ THE INFORMATION BELOW. TO THE DEFENDArJT: A civllCompialnthasbeennied by the plaintiff 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 after this Summons Is served on you exclusive of the day 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 in accordance with the rules of Ihe Court. i b. Serve a cdpy of ydur response upon tie attorney whose name and! address is shown below. 2. Unless you respond, your default will be entered upon application of the plitlnllfrand thIsCourtmay enter a Judgement against you for the relief demanded In IheComptaInt,which could rcsillt In the taking of money or property or other relief requested in the torn plaint. 3. Ifyou Intend toseek Ihe 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/ PETER L. ASHMAN, ESQ. Attorney for Plaintiff Nevada Bar #2285 sot S. Rancho Dr., Ste. 1-62 Las Vcga.s Nevada 89106, (SEAL) LORETPA BOWMANi CLERK OF COURT By: DEENA SHEFTlELD Date: MARCH 24,1993 Counly Courthouse 200 South third Street Las Vegas, Nevada 89155 H—April 27, May 4, 11,18, 25,1993. "IV kMERld LUNG SSOCIATION^ CRO: WE E'K' ANN KELSAY SMALL, ESQ. DEPUTY CITY ATTORNEY NV BAR #003880 200 WATER STREET HENDERSON, NEVADA 89015 (702) 565-2083 ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTUT CITY OF HENDERSON DATED: APR. 27,4:04 P.M. •93 (s) Loretta Bowman DISTRICT COURT CLARK COUNTY, NEVADA CITY OF HENDERSON Plaintiff vs. FOUR HUNDRED NINE DOLLARS ($409.00) IN UNITED STATES CURRENCY Dcfcndjint -^ CASE NO. A31763S DEPT.NO.BI DOCKET NO. B PRIORITY CIVIL NRS 453 JO I Declaratory Relief NRS 30.030 (Non-Arbitration) ORDF.R FOR PUBLICATION QF NOTICE OF (OMMF.NCEMENTQF FORFRITt/RE ACTION .STATEOFNEVADA ss: COUNTY OF CLARK 'i'hv Court having been presented with an AfTidavIt of Publicallon or Notice of Commencement of Forfeiture Action by ANN KELSAY SMALL, Counsel fur IMalntlfTs, and it appearing therefrom that personal service of process cannot t>e had on proiipective claimant to defendant currency, BILLY RAY WA ITS, whose la.sl known address was 1711 Yale, #101, Norih Las Vegas, Nevada 89030, and good cause appearing,' IT IS HEREBY ORDERED the the Notice of Commencement of Forfeiture Action be served on prospcctiveclaimant,RILLY RAY WAITS, by publlcaUon thereof in the Henderson Home News, and that said publication be made for a period of four consecutive Wci'k.s and at lea-st once a week for .said period of tihie. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that a copy of the Complaint t(|gether with a copy of the piotice kif Commencement ^f Forfeiture Action beforthwilhdeposilcd in a scaled envelope In the Office in the City of Henderson, Counly ofClark, .State ofNcvada,dlrcctcd 10 BILLY RAY WA ITS at ibis last known address. DATED this 26tfi day of April, 1993. (s) Joseph T. Bonavcnture' DISTRICT JUD(;E SHAUNAHUGHFa,ESQ. City Attorney i • (s) Ann Kclsay Smad [ ANN KELSAV SMALL yHQ: • 'f • -I : Deputy City Attorney NVar#0038 200 Wjtcr Street' Henderson, Nevada 890H Attorney for llaintirf H-Mayiu,18,25, 1993 • • • ^ • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • ^ • • • • • • ilHi :t f Tuesday, May 4,1993 Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Page 17 LEGAL NOTICES AMERICAN NATIONAL STATUS I, Jane Barbone, in the name of the Lord Jesui Christ, solemnly Publish and De<:lare my American National SUtui and Right to emancipate absolute my • Yes" in trust from theforeign Jurisdiction known as the municipal corporation of the District of Columbia, a Democracy. Any and all, past and present political ties implied bjf operation of law or otherwise In trust with said democracy are hereby dissolved. By this emancipation I return to,an estate of primary sovereignty and freedom that pre-exists ail government(s) I, Jane Barbone, have full legal/lawful rights to contract, td own property absolute, and to establish commerce, without said governmental Interference, as guarMiteeTIC c/o P.O. Box 73156 Las Vegas, Nevada America (Notary used for proof of Identification only and grants no foreign Jurisdiction.) Affirmed and subscribed before me this 28th day of April, 1993. My Commi^ion Ejiplres 101-95 County of Clark Dennis Karl, Notary Signature Dennis Karl, Printed Name of NoUry (SEAL) Notary Public-State of Nevada COUNTY OFCLARK DENNIS KARL My Commission Expires Oct. 1,1995 H—May 4, II, 18,1993. BEFORE THE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF NEVADA In Re Application of SOUTHWEST GAS ) CORPORATION for Authority to Increase ) Docket its Natural Gas Rates and Charges for Ser-) No. 93-3004 vices Provided in Its Southern Nevada Division.) .) In Re Application of SOUTHWEST GAS ) CORPORATION for Approval of iU Book ) Docket Depreciation Study of Southern Nevada Prop-) No. 93-3025 criics for its Southern Nevada Division. ) to Its existing icrvice complement and rate designs. Southwest prbpofca Implementing new scrvicci to compete with the threat of the bypass of its system and altering its current method of cost allocation and rate design to reflect Ihe restructured Interstate natural gas market. Ihe effect of Southwest's proposed request for increased revenues on each claw nf culnmr pr rlaw rf aervic> Is u follows: Propotcd InattutKUtaust) 0.45610 DolUra $9^1,845 1(2,960 EBCStnt 14.69% 115 ) NOTICE OF HEADING AND NOTICF. OF CONSUMER SFASIONS SOUTHWESTGASCORPORATION("Southweat")has nicd an Application, designated as Dqcfcet No. 93-3004, with the Public Service Commission of Nevada ("Commission") for approval of an increase in its rates and charges for services provided in its Southern Nevada Division. As outlined in Schedule 0 of the Supporting Schedules portion of Southwest's niing in Docket No. 93-3004, SoiiUiwcst proposes an average monthly increa.se of $2.23 during the summer months and an average monthly increase of SX.OS during the winter months for residential gas service. For small commercial gas service. Southwest proposes an a verage monthly Increase of $9 JI7 during the summer months and an average monthly increase of $15.98 during the winter months. Southwest has also filed with the Commission an AppllI'ullon for Approval of iLs Book Depredation Study ofSouthcrn Nevada Properties for Its Southern Nevada Division, which filing has been designated as Docket No. 93-3025. In this Application, Southwest seeks changes to its existing depreciation rates. Based on August 31, 1992 depreciable balances, the rates Southwest seeks for its Southern Nevada Division wlH result in an increase in annual depreciation expense of $1,365,841, or about 17 percent. In support of the Application for an Increase in natural gas rates and charges. Southwest stales that since its last application for general rate relief In Southern Nevada, submitted In 1987, there Have been numerous developments and changes In Ihe natural gas Industry which impact Southwest's Southern Nevada natural gas operations. One of these developments includes The Natural Gas Wellhead Decontrol Act of 1989 which is the final component In the phased elimination m a cash ha.sismcthod of accounUngforpost-retiremenl benefits other than pensions to an accrual basis as prescribed by the Financial Accounting Standards Board's Statement of Financial Accounting SUndard No. 106. Southwest also proposes. In its Application, a weather normalization procedure to insulate its ratepayers and shareholders from the impacts of severe weather fluctuations. Further, Southwest proposes to Implement a lowincome residential assistance program to provide its most needy customers with a rate discount on their base gas requirements during the winter heating months. Southwest's Application alsolndudessubstantlalchanges Class _. Residential Master Metered Mobile Homea General; Small Medium Large Air Conditioning Water Pumping Cogeneration Gas Service for Compression Street & Outdoor Lighting Transportation Other Southwest sUtes that Uie General Claas category, as proposed above, consolidates and replaces the existing commercial, industrial and electric generation rat* Khedules. Changes proposed by SouUiwest to die basic montliiv service charg e for the various classes are: M47,380 16.19 U47,50S 6.69 590J15 6.76 SO 0.05 ra (11.60) (10.90) (.3) (13.92) ( 1,754) (U.72) (2.952,697) (30.89) 2135 0.88 Clasy Residential Gas Service Commercial Gas Service ropose Basic Service Bask.WvIre CblESC ChltgS. Small Large Master Metered Mobile Home ParicGas Service 15.00 Water Pumping Gas Service 170.00 Gas Service for Compression of Natural Gas on Customer Prcsnises Small Large Industrial Gas Service $ 5.60 $ 6.00 See "General Gas Service" 17.50 750.00 1S;00 100.00 17.50 75.00 0J5693 0J6824 0.263S 0.203r 0^0924 0.28D95 0.27075 OMfne Gas ScrviM AbConditioning Gas Service Summer (April-October) Water PuMpinj Gas Service Cogeneration Gaa Service Backbone Transmission Demand Charm Per ThcrM Gu Service for Compression on Customer's Premises Small Large Street and Outdoor Lighting Gas Service Per Therm of Rated Capacity Optional Gas Service As specified elsewhere, plus a surcharge of $0.00628 per therm to recover take-or-pay costs. The revenue increases, rate designs, and changes to existing depreciation rates conUlned In the applications arc proposals by Southwest and may be contested by parties who arc granted Intervenor status In these dockeLs. 1'hc Commission may also adopt rates^which will result in charges to Individual customers either higher or lower than the charges currently proposed by Southwest. Tb^appHoiltions were flled pursuant to Chapters 703 and 704 of the Nevada Revised Statutes ("NR.S") and the Nevada Administrative Code ("NAC"). A prehearing conference was held in the above dockets on April 12,1993, at which time dates for the consumer sessions and the evidentiary hearings were set. Issues pertinent to the dockets were idenlincd for hearing, and a schedule fur discovery and prepared testimony was set. The Commission has scheduled two consumer sessions In these two dockets. The primary purpose of the consumer sessions will be to receive comments from the public concerning Southwest's request for approval of a general increasein its rates and charges for services on its southern Nevada system (Southern Nevada Division) and application for approval of revised depreciation rates for its southern Nevada properties. Other relevant mjitters of concern to the public may also be addressed. The CommLssion may discuss the public comments at the consumer scs.sions. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Uiat conmimer sessions win be held as follows: 15.00 100.00 SmaU Large Electric Generation Gas Service General Gas Service Small Medium Large 17.50 60.00 See "General Gas Service" 125.00 17.50 1,350.00 750.00 See "General Gas 6,000.00 Service" 17.50 60.00 750.00 Southwest also proposes changes to the Commodity ClUIXSfor various classes. Thesechangesare contained in its proposed tariff sheets in the ApplkaUon and are summarized as follows: das TotolCttimnodUTClnrge Residentii^l Gas Service Summer First 30 Therms $0.52722 Over 30 Therms 0JM59 Winter 0J2722 Low Income Residential Gas Service Summer Hrst 100 Therms 0J2722 Over 100 Therms 0J8059 Winter First 100 Therms 0.44814 Over 100 Therms 0.52722 General Gas Service Small 0.45610 Medium 0J8527 Large 0JS971 Large (Backbone Transmission) 0.24209 Demand Charge Per Therm 0.50924 Master Metered Mobile Home Park WEDNESDAY. • 1I1NE2.1993 1:30 P.M. Meeting Room #1 Henderson Convention Center 200 SouUi Waters Street Henderson, Nevada THURSDAY. JUNE3.15>93 7:00 P.M. Las Vegas City Council Chambers IstFloor.Las Vegasaty Hall 400 East Stewart Avenue Las Vegas, Nevada at which time interested and affected persons may appear .ind be heard. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the uuttll£jimJilgS In the above-entitled matter will commence as follows: MONDAY. .lUNEZff, 1993 9:30 a jn. Hearing Room A Offices of the Public Service Commission 4045 South Spencer, Suite A-44 Las Vegas, Nevada 89158 it which time interested and affected persons may appear and be heard. For purposes of hearing, the Presiding Officers have consolidated Docket No. 93-3025 (Depreciation Southern DivUion)with Docket No. 93-3005 (which Is an application of Southwest for approval of its book depreciation study of its northern Nevada properties for Its NurUltrn NtYidi DIYIslon) Additionally, the Cost of Capital and Revenue Requirement portions of Docket No. 93-3004 ant Docket No. 93 3003 (which is an application of Southwest to increase natural gas rates and diarees for its NoiUitrB NtYilli DJYlslWl) have been combined for hearing. The schedule of hearing dales and locations is as follows: Week of lune 28.1993: Docket No. 93-3004 (Southern Division) & Docket No. 93-3003 (Northern Division) at 9:30 ajn. in the Commission's Las Vegas hearing rooms, located at the Office of the Public Service Commission, 4045 South Spencer Street, Suite A-44, Week of July 6.1993: DocketNo. fJ-MM fNartlMni PW-, shm) Docket N.. ilMeO* 0M*cm NvlrfM) at 9:30 aji. Il MM CommMoii's Canoa C^ hMrtaB rooms, h>caicd at the Ofllea sT MM Public Service CoMmMM^ 727 Falrvlcw Drive, Carsoa City, N vada. Weekoflul.121993: Docket N. -30 (Nortkwn nl iion)at9-J0ajiLkitiMCanWM'i Carson CKy bcariaf fMMi July 15-16.1993: Docket Noa. 93.3008 A 9a3lB5fDapidiUon) at9:30ajik hi IhcCoMMWM'l CarsM City bcailM rMMS. Week of lul. 19. ^993: Docfcat No. 9i.MluhMhmm DMaioa)at|MOajB.hitiMCMiMWMi's Las Vcgai hearing roows. The hearing dates above may aba be cmaaded by Ow Prcsidli^g Officers in these dockets to tadudcSatar^y bsM'ings, as the need dictates. Pursuant to the legal authority found hi NRS 704.IM, 704.110and 704.120, theCommMai has JurisdMlM mm'\ these matters and the auUiority to conduct MM kcarki|S aad determine Uie Issues raised hi the nihi|s. PwsMMt I* NRS 704.110, the Commisaion win receive cvidcMCe piHali^ig lo the propriety of the rates and charges proposed by Seatbwest. Pursuant to NRS 704.120, the CoMmiario* • ato receive evidence pertaining to whether Ike rates aad charges proposed by Southwest are Just, reasouahle. act a^laaby discriminatory, preferential, or otherwise In vtotadon af any of the provisions of Chapter 704 of the SKS. The M ec l lfc' statutes and reguiationa Involved Indnde NRS 704.110 through 704.130, Inclusive; NAC703.2201 through 7VUML .j inclusive; NAC 704.640; and, NAC 704.6502 through NAC 704.6679, inclusive. Before granting or dcnylngdic application, the Ceniali. sion may consider, among oiher lasucs, tlic following: Q) whether Southwest's obligatioa to serve has hecn altered or whether Uiere has been some bapad on Soutbwcet by IMM Kf FK R C Order 636; (2) whether ttie rate design preiMMsd by, Southwest is betnglnflkcnced by FERC policy and whether, thlslstbebasisofanyadJustnMntsbySoatbweal;(3)helber the new method of weatiier normalixation prapeee by Southwest is currenUy being used by any aUte; (4) whether the new mcUiod of weather aormalixation prepeaed by SouUiwest has been dbcuaaed in prevhms dodcsts hehre the,, Commission; (5) whether there are • tcdflc mandatsi hi • FERC Order 636 or any other of the FERC orders afTedtag Nevada'sintersUteplpeiinesuppllersorwMdIlheCoHHnb, sion should be aware; (6) wheUwr Southwest's rate case. presently under consideration b affected by the recent FBHC order on El Peso's restructuring plan and rate and how this order will affect Southwest; (7) proposed increaae in rales and charges Is unjust, hi able, or unJusUy discriminatory, or preTerenlial, or ather> wise In violation of any of UicprovWonsorNRS Chapter 704; (8) wheUier Southwest's request for authority to tacreaie Hi natural gas rates and diaiigcs for scnioet provided la Its Southern Nevada DIvMon shouM he granted; (9) whether Southwest's request for approval of Hi book dcpredattsh study of southern Nevada properties flor Its Souther* Nerada Division should be granted; and (10) such any and ~ Issues that may arise In the course of tiM procoediags. At hearing, the Commiaeioa may alao coMfaler and/or public comments related to the provWoas of Chapters 703 and 704 or NRS aad NAC. At hearing, the Coma^ slon may vote to grant or deny, in whole or hi part, OM applications. In addition, Uie Commlasian may vote on other relevant procedural or substantive matters. The applications are avalUble for viewing by Ibe paMk ut both offices ofthe Commiashm, 727 Fab^ew Drive^Careaa City, Nevada 89710 and Uie Dawson Bulhiing, 4045 South Spencer Street, Suite A-44, Las Vcgaa, Nevada S915S. This notice has been posted at Uie county courthoaeee hi Carson City, Reno, and Laa Vegas. BytheCoaHnlarion, /s/ WILLUM H. VANCE, Commisahw SocrabM? Dated: Carson City, Nevada 4/22/93 (SEAL) G—April 30,1993. Rates Classified Published lUesdays, Thursdays & Fridays Consecutive, 1 week, all publications Bo)tedAcis7 • Kr;:. Up to 3 lines (approx. 23 characters per line). 450 each additional line. Cash Rate Billed Rate Slines $5.00 wk *$5.35 4 tines $5.45 wk *$5.80 5 lines $5.90 wk ^$6.25 6 lines $6.35 wk *$6.70 7lines ........ $6.80wk *$7.15 Slines $7.25 wk *$7.60 9 lines $7.70 wk *$8.05 10 lines $8.15 wk *$8.50 'Plus postage each time billed after initial billing. Prepayments: Yard. Garage & Moving Sales require cash In advance. Out-ot-town and out-of-state also require prepayment PLEASE READYOUR ADFORERRORSthefirstdayHappears. H.B.C. Publications assumes no responsibility AFTER THE FIRST INSERTION, nor for errors not affecting the value of the ad. All claims for statement adjustments must be rfiade within 12 days'after expiration of ad. Henderson Home News Green Valley News #1 Cactus Garden Drive 564-1881 Hours: Men. Fri. 8-5 Boulder City News 1227 Arizona street 293-2302 Hours: f^n. & 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 Thursday's Issue 12:00 NOON TUESDAY Green Valley News Friday's Issue 12:00 NOON TUESDAY NOW ACCEPTING ^S PROFESSIONAL SERVICES CONCRETE WORK ALL PHASES MASONRY, INC. Lie. M1S257 Computarizad Incoma tax preparation, lowest rates, will come to you. 4567323. Lorl & Len. BASIC NATURE CARPET CLEANERS HENDERSON'S FINEST 564-6716 'Advertise IntheA/ews PROFESSIONAL SERVICES Wo move res. & comm., free estimates. We load/ unbad rental trucks anywhere in town. 566-8898. PS ••••••••••• T&T REMOVAU INC. Hauling & Removal Conttructl&n Clean-up Lot Clean-up Free Eatlmalee COMMERaAL/ RESIDENTIAL Lie. #13711137 Eli 566-0088 MIKE MORRISON ELECTRIC, INC. Licensed Bonded Insured Lie. #30425 CaU 564-2145 LICENSED HANDYMAN Complete Home Repair •Carpenty • Cabinet • Drywali (Henderson Resident) Rick at 564-7488 or Pager 599-7474 PIANO TUNING, REPAIRING, REGULATING, REBUILDING 35 years experience. G. Foehner, 70 Country Club Dr., Mend. 564-6985 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES MASSAGE AND REFLEXOLOGYformena women now at A HAIRITAGE. at 319 Water St. For appointment can. 565-7503 or 293-5500. PS 4Ijnes$5g^. INSTA CLEAN JANrrORIAL SERVICE Includes all pliases ol janitorial cleaning. tauM uc nan 293-3316 Office MARY KAY COSMETICS Independent Beauty Consultant since 1989 Doe Deo Sonko 293-5550 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES Re-upholstery or custom built sofas starting at $100; your choice of fabric. Sr. discount. FREE PICK-UP AND DELIVERY. 648-7172. PS BRICK, BLOCK ALL MASONRY 564-1437 uc, #015257 LAWN CARE .^ Trim Shruba, HedgM ^ a TreM-Fra* wtlnwtM ^ Monthly ralM A so yfn ttptftne* A cue.) 293-6756* • k-k It If-k If It If It 1r It 3Lmes$5SK B.E. HANNIG CONCRETE Residential/Commercial Spaclallzlng in 3 Dimensional Sumped ConortI* Offlce: (702) 434-2224 BRENT HANNIG Lie. No. 0033428 VOICE PIANO DRAMA LESSONS -Wh*iir you an 7 or 70, yoif can portect your VOICE. RANO or DRAMA quolMM. CORALCOVE HUStC STUDIO, FLO RAYMOND 56S-8469 7i////#limU\\\^(^\\V.^1 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES Massage therapy, licensed for men and women. Also sculptured nail specialist. Call Lisa at Electric Beach Tanning 451-NAIL or 3610127. PS PROFESSIONAL SERVICES WEEDS R US ELI 566-0088 Removal of weeds, weeds, weeds, and lot clean-up WATER SOFTENER RMIrad Formw minulMlurar ka* KCMO le wMw MttMMn. RMal 11200 only t2M. Aloo IMM kmn4 now u|.frM unM. AH SniK nmm, guaranlMa by iHloty, ki kuokWM ovor 31 yoari, ilto Rovorso Oomooli rou IM60 only 2M. Cal lof Ma. M147H. Guitar Lessons $lO/hr. By experienced teacher Call 564-7718 Richard Fox & Sons Lawn Maintenance and sprinklers Reasonable & Reliable. 565-6428. WHEN THINOS WOULD BREAK ORAUPS WOULD RX FT NOW HC't OLD AND ONLY arrs.IT HONEY DOS 294-3071/566-6811 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES DRYWALL WORK NO JOB TOO SMALL Call Don 565-1366 Mechanic, 15 years experience. Work at my home. A/c, brakes, tune-up, engine overhaul, etc. MIka Lovltt. 564-2709. ADVANCED CARE CARPET CLEANING FLOOD DAMAGE REPAIRS Free Estimates 24 Hour Service 564-6250 or 594-7483 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES CONFIDENTIAL TAROT CARD READINGS. No 900 number or time limit. Call a trained psycfiic at 458-3688 for info, ask for Patricia. PS PROFESSIONAL SERVICES ^^^p^^S^R^R^^^^^^fc^^^^^^^R^R^^^R^R^^^R^R^^^p ^^* SHERMAN CONCRETE Licenteif & Bonded Lie. 30046 Free Estimates 294-2343 RICK'S AIR CONDITIONING A REFRIGERATION SwWce a Rpah-AII Typ0 A Mod0l LicC2i-34508 (702) 376-COOL (2665) ROBERTSON'S TOTAL YARD CARE Weedina. Cteenup, Haulbia, Trlmmlnfl Mowing Wm Do It All CaU Kory For A FrM Esttmaie 293-1782 Spring Special Aluminum Patio Covers—Carports Window Awnings Sunshiekl Awning RepresentatIvs Call 293-3750 For free In-home estimate (702) 293-4661 24 HR. PHONE Big Johns Towing LMOT AW NCAVT SVTT TOWNS MUTATI Auieii KEN'S MAINTENANCE & HANDYMAN SERVICE All Types of Maintenance I Can Fix or Make Most Anyttiing Serving the Community for 7 Years 293-0045 HANDYMAN • Complete Home Repsir • Coolers • Sprinklers • Plumbing • Painting • New Doors • New Locks • Carpentry YOU SAVE $$$$ Del 564-7379 Vote No to increased taxes. VOTE NO ON #1 l>ildlDfbyVkglnlTdilyFiHonlwCWUtilofConwion8nt YARDVARK'S LAWN AND MAINTENANCE COMPLETE LAWN CARE 'Wi do mon than luwl mom, btem tnd go 294-1114 Pager 222-6926 CABINETS REPAIRED AND REFINISHED. Getting tired of the same old worn look of your l
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Page 18 Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada PROFESSIONAL SERVICES PROFESSIONAL SERVICES ^ THE CAVANAUGH'S y) PAINTING X/^ Interior / Exterior fir E8tlirmt 294-1422 ^ • ^"**'' HO'S LAWN CARE and Sprinkler Maintenance PERSONALIZED SERVICE Ask About Our $48 Lawn Special 595-5833 294-6274 INSURANCE TOO HIGH? Too Many Tickets? SR-22 Needed? Call Morrow Insurance Agency Green Valley 451 -5533 BACKHOE and BOBCAT SERVICE •Lots Graded "Ditching 30 Years Experience — Hourly Rates Carl W. Ford 293-0593 BOULDER ELECTRIC Licensed Bonded Insured uc. No. 15187 Call 293-4899 E&MOORE CLEARLY WINDOW CLEANING Reasonable Rates .iPff Klnrnlri 4fft MCS GARDENING TREE TRIMMING .THATCH/RESEED LAWN TRIMMINQ .RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL FREE ESTIMATES .EMERO. PIPE VALVE REPAIR SENIOR DISCOUNTS Licensed • Insured 565-1593 GARAGE SALES GARAGE SALES Protect our life style. VOTE NO ON #1 Paid lor by Vtrglnli Ttddy Fnloo tor CI1Un' loc Common Sim MOVING SALE Washer/ Dryer $50 for both, swingset w/slide $10, Furn., Home Decorations, & much more, 102 Walker Way, Buchanan toward Lake, Left on Lakeview, Right on Forest, Left on Walker Way, Fri., Sat. & Sun. BC GS RON'S REPAIR SERVICE PlumbinB Carpentry Electrical Drywall Roofins Painting KHchen Batli Remodelins Local Reference* A Licensed Free Eetimetee Sr. Discounts "No job too small-One caU does H all" Ron 433-5088 EXPERIENCED MERCHANDISE THRIFT STORE 527 Nevada Hwy., next doorto Sears, yard sale prices every day. 10a.m.-4p.m. BC. GS PARKING LOT SALE Best Western, corner of Water St. & Lake Mead Dr., Bedspreads, shades, etc., etc., Sat. 5/8/93, 7:30 am to 3 pm. GS Plant Sale herbs, vegetables, and flowers. For direc. call 565-0944.466 Rose Way. GS Advertise In the Weivs MOTHERS DAY GARAGE SALE roto-tiller, two-way radios (greatfor construction use), camping equipment, copper kitchen ware, TV, end tables, 2 small deks, Christmas items, garden tools, whirl-pool for bath, kitchen items. What nots! Odds and Ends! Sat., May 8th from 6:30 to 4:30, 1291 Potosi (off Hwy. on GIngerwood). BC GS THE YARD SALE Fum., Washers, Dryers, Fridges, Ranges and Commercial Stoves tots more, 664 Wells, 2930970, Thurs., 5/6 Sun. 5/9, 10-4. BC GS YARD SALE, SAT., MAY 8th, 7 AM-?, 1444 Bronco. BC GS MULTI FAMILY GARAGE SALE & Baked Goods Sale. Great Merchandise. Something for Everyone. May 5, 6, 7 & 8,8-5,851 Aramada.BC GS Save Money. VOTE NO ON #1 Pld lof >y Vlfalnll Tdd fyo" '< Cltetn't lof Common 3n DO YOU RECOGNIZE THE SIGNS? WANTED DONATIONS FOR BC LITTLE LEAGUE GARAGE SALE ON May 22. Will pickup large Itema. Call 293-6125. BC 3Lines$522H^!li Not all signs of discrimination are this obvious. What you may hear is: "I rented that apartment rJgW after you called." "I'll show you the apartment after I see your green card." "I don't really want all the changes...ramp, grab bar ...thafs too much." Fair housing is the law. It is illegal to aiscriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or family status. You can fight housinci discrimination and win if you learn to recognize the subtle signs. When you suspect housing discrimination, call HUD toll-free at 1-800^9-9777, TDD 1-800-927-9275. f^ Fair Housing Opens Doors tmiSSX? U.S. Department of Housing and Urt>an Development MISCELLANEOUS MOVING BOXES all sizes. 50 cents ea., 2935880. BC Ml COKE~"BOTTLES,~Pictures & Coke memorabilia on sale daily at HAPPY DAYS DINER, 294-COKE, 512 Nev. Hwy. BC Ml Sony 3/4" editing VCRs $450 ea. O'Conner, 50 fluid heads with sticks & spreaders $850 ea. JVC Ky, 210 Video camera 750 lines $1300. 565TAPE. Ml CLIPPING NEWSPAPER ITEMS. Earn $2 to $10 each. Experience unnecessarylll Offerdetails rush stamped addressed envebpe & 25 cents service fee to Maltow Enterprises, Dept. M, Rt.1 Box 274-78, Elkine. W.Va. 26241. BC. Ml STEEL BUILDING CLOSEOUTI Arch and straightwalll 24' to 200' wide. Various lengths. Priced to sell immediately! Very limited quantities! First come; First served II-800-766-4790. Ml Tuesday, May 4,1993 MISCELLANEOUS China cabinet, new $1500, will sell for $600. Diamond ring, $2000 new, asking $550. 5646164. Ml PIANO $625. 293-0828. BC. Ml We buy baby furniture & acces. Call 565-1042 from 10 am to 6 pm Ml' Utility Trailer with toolbon wekied on trailer, $750. 564-6606. Ml Couch & toveseat, very good cond. Dark brown/ beigeftoral. Coffee & end tables. Reasonable, 5650264. Ml OVERSIZED SPINART Machine, Oven & Supplies. Call Bey., 4389184. BC Ml 4 TON 220 AIR CONDITIONER 293-3777. BC Ml • Whirlpool w/d, heavy duty, good cond. $100; dining rm. oak table, glass top & 4 chairs $75; twin daybed $50; or all for $200. 433-5389. Ml MERCHANDISE FOR SALE. Call me, Til buv it or sell it for you. JIM 5641854. BC. Ml KRAUSE'S SLEEPER SOFA rust, cream, & navy plaid $550; LAZYBOY ROCKER, RECLINER gray, cream, taupe cotor. $200; excl. cond. 456-2778. Ml NEED NEW FURNITURE? Tired of looking? Solution; Furniture Closeouts Warehouse. Brand names, full furniture lines, closeouts, discontinued items, display furniturel Save Big Money! Examples, Mattcesssets:twins$69;fulls $79; queens $119; kings $149; brand names & guarantees. 6000 S. Eastern Ave., BIdg. #8 (Sunset to Eastern, turn north, to next traffic light, then right on Patrckln. 4th bidg. on left.) 5% discount with this ad. 7 Days a Week; 9:30 to 7. 7390338. Ml Beautiful women's clothes, sizes 10-12. Suits, blouses, skirts, dresses, slacl(s, and shorts. Exc. Cond., 141 LE Arta, Hend., 8989153. Sat. only, May 8, 10-5. Ml • Couch, love seat, mahogany wood table + chairs, Jenny Lynn crib, gas barbeque, trailer hitch, 3 speed bike, Airame, Alladin lamp, push 'lawnmower, traverse rods, 564-7970. Ml DIVORCE, 1/2 million house 8 all furnishings on golf course & Painted Desert, 4525 Painted Sunrise Dr. Come by 8 am to 8 pm. Oak items, incl. ball &.claw table & chairs; china cabinet;flat, computer; roll-topdesks; curio cabinet; 4-poster bdrm, set; coffee tables; portable fireplace; gun cabinet; ent. center, nail tree; lacquer bdrm. set; sectional; sofa/sleeper, daybed; glass dinette; antique chair & more. 658-7172. Ml FOR SALE 1 Crib, 2 Twin Beds, 2 Office Desks, 1 Credenza. Call 294-4273. BC OVERWEIGHT? •NEW MAGICAL DIET!' Super Exirj slrenglh appetite suppressant, increases your energy level, speedsup your metabolism, and burns body fat. Doctor recommended. FDA approved. Call for more information 454-0147 WOMEN'S BIBLE STUDY INTERDENOMINATIONAL Evaiy WtdnMday al S:30 a.m. 571 Adams Blvd. FfM babysHIIng and ralrashmsnta. It you ara a naw comar to Bouldar City, coma and rnaka naw trianda. Phone 293-7773 Conllnua controlled growth /n Bouldu CHy. VOTE NO ON #1 PM ( kv Vlr|Mi TaMy Mnlw lar aian't to Cm m m m anaa Printers • Graphic Artists • Silk ScrMners ITEK 530 (No Darkroom required) Cadillac of stat cameras, originally $12,000 will sell for $3000 OBO w/extras $100 findars fee, so tell a friend! Call Marty 454-3278 6V/f (702) 294-1399 LADIES FASHIONS & CRAFTS SEWING NOTIONS JERISHUMAKER 1668 NEVADA HIGHWAY OWNER BOULDER CITY, NEVADA 8900S MISCELLANEOUS Cash on the spot for most refrigerators not working, 566-8225. Ml 2 Dressers 5 drawers each, solid maple, expensive, best offer, 5641648. Ml WE BUY USED LEVIS, 561's. Cash pakJ, 2931658. BC Ml REFRIGERATORS: Almost new, Big Savings. 566-8225. Ml Queen size mattress set $139; Twin set, $109; King $199/set. 566-8225. Ml Wanted to bijy any oki Las Vegas casino chips. Call 433-5912. Ml MITCH'S GUN SALES. I buy used guns. 2935091. BC Ml Hammond full-sizeorgan (1952) w/bench $150, Trampoline AMF, 12 ft., $125, lawnmower, elec. $0, GAS WEEDEATER $30, table saw $40, chickens $5 ea., rabbits $10, large 4 wheel axle trailer $600, small 4x6 trailer $200,'81 Cadillac, super shape $2000cash, janitorial equip., cheap, 565-3606. Ml VICTORIAN PARLOR SET, 5pcs. Late1800's, Exquisite, $2,500 obo, 294-2489. BC Ml WASHER£)RYER,good condition. All colors. $125,293-6101. BC Ml ARTHRITIS Sufferers, live pain free. Had it for 20 years now I am pain free. Cost is as tow as $t5 per mo., not medicine, natural food & energy supplements. Guaranteed. 564-1648. Ml Dresser, 2 chestp, oak finish, $150 for the set. Call 566-0193, Iv. msg. Ml __^___ Apple He. Great for kids to learn computers. Keyboard, monitor, duo disk, many proarans & games. $350. Will sell with or without Image Writer II printer for extra $250.564-4151. Ml Maytag washer, 1 year old$300. Hotpoint14cu. ft. ref. $150; old Kenmore dryer $25, call 565-7772 after 5 P.M. Ml Moving Sale like new. Beige sectional, $300; 6 ft. sofa $100; two dresser sets $75; oak computer desk & Oak desk and more. 565-5686 or 8920628. Ml Craft sale 901 S. Boulder Hwy. Ml FOR SALE: Diamond cluster ring. 1.16 ctw, white gold. $500, pear shape blue topaz and diamond ring $400.2936322 anytime. BC Ml FOR SALE: Beautiful piano. Story and Clark console. $900. Call 2936322 anytime. BC Ml Bahama Cruise 5 days/ 4 nights. Underbooked, must sell. $279/couple. Limited tickets. (407) 331-7818, ext. 5149, Mon./Sat., 9 am 10 pm. Ml SEARS Washer* Dryer, Avocado Green, $175 obo, 293-5004. BC Ml QUEEN Somma II Tubed Waterbed, Exc. Cond., $100, 293-5031. BC Ml Melamine edgebander, with 5 rolls of tape, $175, Ripstrate, $25. Call Mike' 454-5702. Ml Wanted to rent garage, small building or yard space, call Mike 4545702. Ml JEWEL T Dishes. Complete Service for 8. Also Bake Ware. Call Bev., 438-9184. BC Ml CERTIFIED REFLEXOLOGIST, William K. Riggsby, Relaxes Tension, Improves Circulation, Normalizes, By Appointment, Boulder City Only, 564-8560. BC Ml AUCTIONS Let us sell It for you. Nava(' Sallarslsnow accepting consignment for May 7-8, 7 PM auction. 564-1854. Nevada Sallars-Huge 2 day auction. FrU& SaL, May 7-8 at 7 pm. 722 W. Sunset, Hand., 564-1854, Dealers & public Invited. PERSONALS Recently wkJowed, I am kx>kingforafriend. Iwant someone to spend time with, lunch, watch TV, and have girl talk. If you are atone like me, give me a call, perhaps we can become friends. DonnI, 293-2244. PE ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Maata7dayaawk.al5PM, Sat., noon, MWF, 7 AM In Iha Park A Rae. Annax bahind Bouldar Dam Cradlt Union. ALANOHALATEEN 2aM21 PERSONALS MILITARY RETIREE Champus supplement will pay the 25% albwed, plus 100% of all excess charges. For fUbe brochure call 1-800-62728Hext.259. PE LOST & FOUND Found-Akita, male about 1 year okJ. 565-9658. LF PETS/ANIMALS Biggest little Afrkn Safari in the desert. See lions, tigers, bears, monkeys, etc. Guklaa tours daily. For directnns. call 361-2484. PA DOGS AKC Shepherd. UKC American Eskimo, Wire haired Ten-ier, Weimaraner, Doble pups, Basset Hound, Mini Shepherds, Husky, Choc. Lab, Alaskan Malamute, Doxies, German Short Hair, Irish Setter, Spitz, Shih Tzu, Hybred pups. 361-2484. WANTED TO BUY Lslusssllltforyou. Nevada Seltors Is now accspting consignment for May 7 &8, 7pm auction. 564-1854. CALL ME, I'LL BUY IT OR SELL IT FOR YOU. Mike-564-1854 CLASSIFIEP Guinea Pigs Galore. Long & short hair. Rainbow of colors, also baby peacocks & ducks. 3612484. THE ANIMAL FOUNDATION will help you financially spay or neuter your cat or dog. Very inexpensive in Las Vegas. 384-3333. BC. PA ADOPT CATS & Dogs from your shelters. Save aLife. BC. PA Low cost spay & neuter clinic. Cats $10-$15; Dogs $15-$30, 3843333. PA AKC AIREDALE PUPS. 293-1849. PA Queensland Heeler Pups 2 female, 1 male, $75 each. 16x6x6 dog run $100,564-2630. PA LOST PET DESERT TORTOISE in or around dump/dump road area. Will die if not found, 2934021. BC PA FREE TO GOOD HOME 2 kittens, 1 Adult, 2933024. BC PA MONKEY, 1 1/2 year okl female Capuccin, very lonely, needs friendship. 565-4100. PA SCOOPY-DOO "Well Clean Up the Mess For You* Licensed dog clean up sen/ice. 1 Dog $4.00, each additional dog. $.75. Call 565-9631. Monday-Saturday, 8 am4 pm. Ask for Mick. PA VEHICLES 78 TOYOTA COROLLA Sports Coup AM/FM Cass., Air, Clean inskie & out, $900, 294-0705. BC VE faclkdqri BOATS & RVs 85 ALPENLITE 5th Wh. Clean, loaded, as is. $9,500 firm. 294-1871. BC BR '86 Kawasaki 550 Jet Ski; Low Hours-must 'Selj $1500.564-6606. BR 1985PROWLER5thwh., 18ft. Fully self contained, immaculate. Can be S ulled by small truck. 5,000. 293-2960. BC BR '76 32' AIRSTREAM as is $6,500,293-3138. BC BR 91 SEA RAY 20' Overniter, sleeps 2 adults. Less than 10 hrs. on5L Ve Chevrolet EngMercruiser I/O DriveHaton Fire Extinguishing sys, Sony All Pt Cass Stereo sys. w/4 spkrs. Has porta-potti. Richie compass Lowrance Depth Sounder. Automatic Bilge pump etc. Trailrite Tandum Axle Trir. & custom towing cover $18,000. 2937771. BC. BR EMISSION CONTROL STATION, Emission and Auto Care, 1400 Nevada Hwy. No wait appointments. 293-2473. BC. VE '83 Oklsmobile Cutlass, $1400 OBO,'81 Firebird $1600, 566-6577 day, 566-8728 eves. VE PERFECT GRADUATION GIFT 90 Isuzu PU Looks & Runs Great, 8 mo. oki tires, toe cold air $6,000 Days, 877-0317. Ask for Tracey, Eves & Wkends, 294-0374. BC VE Must Sell '70 Camaro, project car, $700. Or best reasonable offer. 5655781, ask for Chuck or Lee. Call bet. 9 am & 9 pm. VE USED AUTO PARTS 293-7278. Let us do the calling on our new satellite computer. All states and Canada. Big John and Sons, FoothillDr. BC VE COMPLETE RADIATOR SERVICE Rod and repaiit^ rebuilt and new Big John and Sons, 1631 Foothill Dr, 293-7278. BC. VE '78 BMW 320L Must seel Black, sheepskins, sunroof, $2400 firm. 2586060 or 598-5379. VE 89 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL, Like new. fully loaded. Must see to appreciate, 293-4776. BC VE '82 Chrysler convertible, good body, will not start $200 OBO. '84 Cadillac Cimmaron, good transportatton $950 OBO. Call after3pm,564-7379. VE Hydraulic lift on a 3/4 ton pickup, 1968 new diamono tuck intertor, new paint, auto, Aux. tanks, moon roof, ps/pb. $2000 cash, 565-3606. VE • ••••••••••l 79 GLASTRON 26'Generator & marina air $15,000. 293-3266. BC BR 1975 Chrysler 14'boat & motor, 30 HP, new lights ontrailer., ExccondKion, $1100.565-4088, leave msg. BR 71 SPORTSMAN 21' FIBERFOAM, 165 HP Mercuriser, Sleeps 5, Has Ice Box, Sink. TbL. Prtbl. toilet, etc. One owner, Exc. cond. Must See at BC Canvas BoulderCity, 1586 Foothill Dr.. 293-4509, $5,000, obo.. BC BR VEHICLES Fullmer helmet; bright white/red, like new. $75. 896-0730, leave message. Ml '91 FORD ESCORT Wagon, White, all options, 5 sp., 26K miles. $6,500obo. Clean, must see, Joe 294-0042. BC. VE Ford F-100 step side, n^w tires, new clutch, new brakes, $2300 OBO, orconsidertrade,for750 CC up to 1100 CC motorcycle. 451-5524. VE UNCLE IKE Wai buy your car, van or truck for caali! Paid for or Not! Will come to you. Out of (tate titles OK, ;.J^.0322 Dlr. FAST CASH TOP PRICES PAID FOR JUNK CARS FREE PICK-UP SERVICE CALL US! 565-1414 NEVADA PIC-A-PART BIO JOHN'S TOWING Light and Haavy duly towing, racovary • paclallala. (702) 294-HELP 1577 Foothill Df. B.C. WE BUY CARS ANY AUTO SALES 1112 Nev. Hwy. 293-2000 SMOG NO PASS NO PAY CERT. $6.00 TAMPERING INSPECTION FAIL FULL PRICE VERNS TEXACO Lake Mead & Water St. 565-0220 VEHICLES •80 Chevy 4x4 1/2 ton, new motor, new paint $3900 OBO, 565-d200. VE '73 Intarnatkjnal: New radiator, A/C, unit & hoses, 2 fuel tanks, and complete engine overhaul. $1395. 564-8446. VE •"•'• • ••••••• ANNOUNCEMENTS •SAN DIEGO/MEXICO VACATION* 6 days. 5 nights, include beachfront resortsiicruise. Undertxx>ked corporate rate. $195.00/person. based on double-occupancy. Limited supply. Info. 1-800-467-8728, Ext. 404. Vegas Bonus. AN Rainbow Casino, 122 Water St., Hend., NV, chips have been discontinued. Chip redemptnn will be at the Rainbow Club Casino cage at the above address untilJune 12.1993,24 hours a day. AN WHY NOT HOST AN EXCHANGE STUDENT? Students from 35 different countriesScandinavia. South America. Europe. Japan; arriving August. You can make a difference!! AYUSA International. 1800-477-2631. AN WE BUY MORTGAGES and Trust Deeds. DkJ you sell property? Receiving P ayments? Why wait! ast, CASH NOW! Any size Nationwide. Great prices. Call 1-800-659CASH(2274). AN •SAN DIEGO/MEXICO VACATION* 6 days. 5 nights, includes beachfront resorts/cruise. Undertraoked corporate rate. $195.00/person, based on double-occuf tancy. Limited supply, nfo. 1-800-467-8728, Ext. 404. Vegas Bonus. AN • Astrology charts $42. Natal transits and progressions. 293-5062.A AN Astrology charts $42. Natal transits and progressions, 293-5062. AN Glitter Gulch Dena's Museum, quality jewelry. 1419 N. Boulder Hwy., Hend. Exclusive authentic, American Indian landmark, 23 years expertise at your sen/ice, selling tribal collectibles and oecor for your home or offk:e. Fabulous rock shop; Both quartz, crystals, good earth minerals, fossils, gems. Glitter sells, buys, jewelry and collectibles. Make an appointment with Ms. Jeannette, fabulous Indian physic, by appointment only. 565-0711. AN SWEDISH GIRL, 17, anxiously awaiting host family. Enjoys sports, and musk;. Other Scandinavian, European high school students arriving August. Call Sue (702) 747-5820 or 1-800-SIBLING. AN MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AJ'S MUSIC QfMn Valley, Hendaraon t Bouldar Qty't Music Siora Salaa, Rantals, Rapairt and Laaaon* 436-9300 SrHOOLS LEARN TO FLY THIS SUMMER Reasonable Call Dan 896-2311 TV-VCR CABLE EQUIP., CONVERTERS AND DESORAMBLERS. CALL 737-1885. SC BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES DISCOVERY TOYS offer you the opportunity of a lifetime. Own your own business, set your own hours. Start today. 7988460. BO BUSINESS FOR SALE Bored with your routine? Successful catering route in B.C. for sale, with lunch truck. Perfect for the right B.C. resident. $11,000. Call 367-6653 for more details. BO WOLFF TANNING BEDS NEW COMMERCIAL HOME UNITS FROM $199.00. Lamps • k)tk}ns • accessories. Monthly payments, k)w as $18.00. Call today FREE NEW cotorcatalog. 1 -800-4629197 Bo • AVON if •ff To buy or aeN. CaH ^ if Roale Sharman if 293-0110 ••••••••• Tuesday, May 4,1993 Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Page 19 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES **L0G HOME DEALERSHIP** Top Log Home Manufacturer, seeks dealer. Protected territory, high earning potential, fulltraining & leads provided. Need not interfere with present empbyment. Models startind at $15,696.00,1-800264-LOGS(5647) BRENTWOOD LOG HOMES,427RiverRbck Blvd., Murfreesboro, TN. 37129. BO HELP WANTED AVON to buy or sell Maxine Hottel 293-6170 m JOB OPPORTUNITIES Teachers, elementary, K1-2, Certified and experienced for small private school in LV. Fulltime. Exc. Conditions. 382-3116. JO POSITIONS WANTED Housework in your home, general cleaning, reasonable rates, Mary White, 565-5221. PW Two licensed nurses desire in-home care; specialty, geriatrics. 4577209or564-p891. PW Responsible Christian mother will baby-sit in my home. Days, no weekends. 564-1948. PW DOMESTIC HELP PtA SPRING RUM' MAGE SALE-Gibson Elementary School, 271 Leisure Cr. Sat., May 1.8 AMtol PM. GS KIDS KLUBI before and after school for elementary age chiMren. Transportation to and from school, nutritbus snacks, recreation program. Phone 293-7773. BC. Rise 9e referral to Kcensed chiW care. 734-0504 or 368-1882. Clark County Child Care Assn. DH I WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOME, 293-3777. BC DH MOTHER WOULD LIKE TO BABYSIT, my home or yours. Mon.-Fri.. full time. Please call 2939943. BC DH Ex-pre school teacher now has openings for 124 hrs. a day, 7 days a week, now taking applicatk>ns, incl. meals & activities. Jan-565-4613. DH I WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOME 293-0875. BC DA Will baby-sit in my home, all shifts $10/day. Dropins welcome, ask for Pam. 564-5797. DH TWO PROFESSIONALS WITH TWO TODDLERS need weekend help. Babysitting and cleaning and cooking in B.C. Need experience and relerences. If interested send letter of introduction with references to F. J.. Box 60250, B.C. 89006. DH TAMMY'S CLEANING SERVICE Honest, Reliable, Licensed & Bonded. Please Call 293-4341. BC DH HOUSECLEANING Honest, Reliable with References 565-9846 DOMESTIC HELP WANTEDCookIng, ^cleaning & kids,^ ^about 30 hrs. ^ A weekly. 564-286a ************ —BiTS— HOUSECLEANING Reasonable 595-5833 294-6274 HELP WANTED MANICURIST & HAIRDRESSER POSITION, busy salon, walk-ins, 294-1627. BC. HW House Inspectors, No exp. necessary. THIS area up to $800 wky. Will train. Call (219) 769-6649 exLH687,6amto6pm, 7 days. HW AUTO TECH CENTER is accepting applications for auto technicians w/ ASE & Nv Emission cert. Apply917Nev. Hwy. BC NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR CAGE CASHIERS. Ape y in person. Gold Strike n,Hwy.93.BC HW $200 • $500 WEEKLY. Assemble products at home. Easyl No selling. You're paia direct. Fully Guaranteed. FREE Information-24 Hour Hotline. 801-379-2900. Copyright #NV010650. JACK IN THE BOX now hiring for all shifts & shift leader mgmt. positkins. Prior fast food exp., apS y in person, 1101 Nev. wy. BC HW Loving, caring person over 18 to work in chiW care. Apply in person at 594 Blackridge Rd., Hend.; The Children's Garden. HW BOOKKEEPER Exp. Only, Computer Literate, BENEFITS. Apply in Person, 704 Nev. Hwy. BC HW Hairstylists, mancurists. Stations for rent. 5649111. HW PART TIME HOUSEKEEPERS NEEDED. Apply in person. Nevada Inn. BC. HW PARKRANGERSGame wardens, security, maintenance, etc. No ^p. necessary. For Info, call (219) 769-6649, EXT. 9007. 6 A.M. to 6 P.M. 7 days. HW P/T seam^r, for canvas products, some experience nee. 564-1098. HW i HOUSEKEEPERS I NEEDED. Apply in person, 704 Nev. Hwy. BC HW STARVIEW MOTEL. GENERAL WORK. Apply in person. BC. HW HELP WANTED MOTEL MAID experience helpful. Immediate opening, apply in person. Best Western Motel, 85 W. Lake Mead Dr., Hend. HW $$$ Need extra cash$$$ Photographer needs female models, all aoes, lor new promotion. If interestea, send photo/ letter to P.O. Box §4231, Las Vegas, NV 891934231. HW HELP WANTED MUST BE 21 YRS. OR OLDER, Must work well with public, some exp. necessary w/registers. Call for appL, 293-1891, Joe or Chris. BC HW POSTAL JOBS $11.41/hr. to start, plus benefits. Postal carriers, sorters, clerks, maintenance. For an applcation and exam info., call 1-219-736-4715, ext. P5201, 9 am to 9 pm. 7 days. HW EASY ASSEMBLY any hours. $339.84 week, family of 3 earns $4417.92 monthly. FREE Information 24 Hour Hotline. 801-379-2900. Copyright #NV010652, 801-379-2900. HW HOUSEHOLD CLEANERS WANTED Monday thru FRIDAY. NO HOLIDAYS or weekends. Paid HolkJay, vacatnn, sck days, $5.03/ hr. after training. Call Grimebusters, 7981002. HW HOME TYPISTS. PC USERS NEEDED. $35,000 POTENTIAL, DETAILS.CALL(1)805962-8000 EXT. 5695. HW HAIRDRESSER & MANICURIST POSITION OPEN, following preferred, professbnal & friendly atmosphere. Please Call Shiela 2934322. BC. HW P/T church secretary position in G.V. Welcoming personality. Must be able to use computer word processing on Word P^ feet 5.1. Good orgamzational skills nee. & support missk)n of the church. For details & application, call 4353634 HW FROSTY FREEZE ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS for mature, responsible, dependable, friendly people. Apply in person, 825 Nv. Hwy. BC HW HOUSECLEANER for professional cleaning sen/ce. 20-30 hrs. wk. $6/hr., 294-6232. BC HW AUTO TECHNICIAN NEEDED, Must be ASE certified with minimum 5 yrs. exp. and own tools, great benefits avail., must see shop to appreciate. Apply in person. 705 JuniperWay.BC HW Now accepting applications for waiters/waitresses. Exp: preferred. Apply in person, bet. 2-5 pm. at Casa Fbres Mexican Rest., 930 Nevada Hwry.BC HW HOUSECLEANER for professional cleaning servk;e. 20-30 hrs. wk. $ hr., 294-6232. HW HEL:' WANTED UTILITY COMPANY JOBS $8.25-$15.75/hr. this area. Men & women needed. No exp. necessary. For informaton, call 1-219-736-4715, ext. U5201, 6.am to 6 pm r 7 days. \k\N Law Enforcement jobs. No Exp. Necessary. Now hiring. US Customs, officers, etc. For info, call (219) 736-7030, ext. 127T,6am-6pm,7days. HW Janitorii & weeki 0728. Position, eves. |nds. Call 565-.9-5. HW Needed 100 people to k>se weight now. no will power needed, brand new, just patented, 100% natural, 100% guaranteed, doctor recommended. Call (817) 2950304. HW CARRIERS NEEDED Must have parent help and transportation to deliver papers weekly. No collecting. Call Boulder City Newslo put your name on the list. 293-2302. "Dissatisfied" If you're tired of k>oking for a job & ready to begin a career, then we need to talk. 6 yr. old $100 Million Dollar Calif, based company seeking management quality individuals to oversee expansion into Nevada. Call Mr. Florin, 565-3841. HW EAS7 LENTP PRODU CALL T| 800-46 1311 ORKI EXCELY! ASSEMBLE TS AT HOME. LL FREE 15566, Ext. w AVON NEEDS Full or parttime representatives in Boulder City. Call your local representative for information. Rteie 293O110.BC HW HELP WANTED LAW ENFORCEMENT JOBS, no exp. necessary. Now Hiring US Customs, Officers, etc. for info., call 219-7367030, ext. 3418, 6 am-6 pm, 7 days. BC HW Wo POSITIONS AVAIL, will train right people. BENEFITS offered. Apply in person. Super 8, 704 Nev. Hwy. BC HW MAIDS/HOUSEMEN, No exp. necessary. Will train. BENEFITS oflered. Aply in person. Super 8, 04 Nev. Hwy. BC HW CASHIER PT & FT College Students wek:ome. Apply Expedition Depot, 1297 Nev. Hwy. BC HW ?! HOME users potential. 805-962 B5695. ^YPISTS, PC needed. $35,000 Detaib.Call(1j -800(1)^ Ext. -IW I" Help wanted PARTTIMI CHILDCAR ATTfNDANfs 564-85S 0 ACCOUNTING CILERK Now accepting applications foil accounting clerk. Must have 10-key by touch, computer background helpful. Apply In person, 9 am to 3 pm. Bring proper ID. Gold Strike Inn & cislno. i RESUMES I Coinpoa4|d, Edited, typed-Fast & Accurate BEE'S BUSINESS SVC. "OPEN SAT. 10-4" 1400 ColorKlo, eC, B.C. 293-5361 HELP WANTED P/T or F/T applcatkjns are being accepted for productkin work with industrial laundry. Hrs. vary. No Weekends. Apply at Work Ctothes Rental, 568 ParksonRd. Hd. M-F. No phone calls, please. HW THE HOOVER DAM STORE A PEOPLE ORIENTED COMPANY totally committed lo Iha Olsnay phlloaophy of excellence In cualomer (gued) service A staff (cast member) training has leverai job opporlunlllea avallabla lo start Immadlataly. Z graelar/ clerk poaltlona, sludenU welcome, (mud hava Iranaporlallon) 2 managerial poalllona, 1 part time, 1 full time, muA be over 21). For Information and appllcattona, phona 294-1988,10 am to 4 pm, BC COMMERCIAL RENTALS OFFICE/STORAGE 2.400 sl. for rent, 3 phase power avail. 294-1213. BC. CO BY THE DAY. OFFICE/ MEETING/CONFERENCE ROOM for rent (400 sf) $25. per day. 1400 Colorado St., Suite B, Boulder City. 2935361 Bee. CO SPACE FOR LEASE. 750 sq. ft.. Ample Parking, 293-4547. BC CO *•••••••••• WANTED boys and girls to be bart of our sales crew to sell newspaper subscriptions for the Henderson Home News and Green Valley News. lVlusH>rl2 years of ^ge and over. Call Circulation at 564-1881 for details. There is still time to make that extra money for holiday activities and gifts. CASHIERS AND SERVICE WRITER Agood opportunity for an amblttousperson to eirn $8-$9/hr. All you need, good appearance &|an outgoing personality. Apply 10 anji • 5 pm, any day. Cascade car wash; across f^om St Rose Pom. Hosp. 565-6363. Party Plan Managem< Gist in on the ground floor of an excitii party plan backed by national comp a Director recruit, train, and people from your home. Teaching, bi or party plan experience helpful, the American Way offers good ea| training provided, no financial inve incentive travel opportunity. Call 877-0199, f^-F, 7 to 4. int gnew ny. Be trvate siness ookin' nings, tment, 1-800The fastest gun that ever wore a star is coming to town! It's a new Texaco Express Lube. And it's bringing lube guns full of quality Havoline Formula' footer Oil that we'll Install in your car in nothing flat. The fast new guns at your Texaco Express Lube will provide proven protection for your car's engine at very reasonable prices. And we'll be giving away free car washes to every customer. ^^-^ Express Lube^-jijjgE!* Oil Change Specialists • ^j^jftlP^^ 906 S. BOULDER HWY, HENDERSON (Next to Jr. Fo'od Mart) APT. RENTALS WEEKLY KITCHENETTES. CALL 565-7929. AR TWO BDRM. APT. dose to schools, shopping. Includes appl., water. $450 mo. 293-4097. BC AR 2 BDRM., 1 BATH APT. $400 + dep., 293-3373 alt. 6,293-5533. BC AR NEAR SUNSET & BOULDER HWY. Nice 2 bdrm., 1 ba., NO PETS, $450 + dep., 566-6260. AR APT. RENTALS 2 BDRM. APT. Avail, immed., 294-1213. BC AR WEEKLY ROOMS and Kitchenettes now available at the Western Inn. 921 Nevada Hwy. BC Rates from $100 per week. 294-0393. BC AR ONE BDRM. APT. for rent. $450 plus sec. 2933860. BC. AR 2 bdrm. clean & nk:ely furnished, water & garbage furnished, $500 mo. plus cleaning deposit with good references. 5656814. AR EVERGREEN 2 Bdrm., 2 Bath, Upgraded unit, fp,cvd.pkg.,$600-^dep., 796-0864 or 294-0184. BC AR Christian rm.mate-clean, employed, ref., full privilege, own bach, w/d. $275+ 1/2util. 564-4224, Iv. msq. AR 2 bdrm., 1 bath apartment in Henderson. Available now! Special deal at $425 mo. Call Now! 454-2878. AR HEND. 2 bdrm., 1 ba.. central air, remodeled, stove/ref., fenced yard, patio, storage, owner occupied. 564-1601 or 565-5462, $435. mo. plus sec. & cleaning. AR APT. RENTALS Studios available now. Newly remodeled $325/ mo., plus deposit. No deposit to Sr. Citizens, 2 weeks free rent, 5641023. AR 5Lines$5?tt CALL APT. LOCATORS FREE 702-873-3733.24 hrs. 4970 S. Arville #109B. AR GATEWAY VILLAGE 3 BR.,APTS. 1200 SQ.FT. EXTRA STORAGE, FREE BASIC CABLE. ASK ABOUT OUR SPECIALS. 564-1370. AR 2BDRM.UNFURN.APT. Carport, cable ready in Adult sec. $475, 2934832. BC. AR FREE RENT let MONTH on 2 bdrm., 1 ba. with washer/dryer hiookup, $450/nno. DESERT GARDEN APARTMENTS 205 Randy Way, Hendaraon 565-9051 Henderson Plaza Apartments, 2 br., 1 ba., pool, playground, free cable TV, close to schools & shopping. Small Family Community Under New Management, 565-7512. APT. RENTALS GATEWAY VILLAGEEXTRA LARGE 2 BDRM., 2 BTH. APT. MANY EXTRAS. SMALL PETS WELCOME. CHILDREN'S PLAYGROUND INCL FREE BASIC CABLE. 5642258. AR ee**e Nursing In-i^ouse Home Health WANTS YOU! flow EXPANDING j INTO LAS VEGAS i Come Work With The Best In Home Care. I RN'S I LPN'S I CNA'S I Homemakers, I Physical Therapists F/T, P/T, Per Diem Excellent Wages & Benefit Package Come see us at tfie Sheffield Inn, Room #300,3970 Paradise Rd. Las Vegas, TUESDAY, APRIL 27 from 12 noon-5 pm, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28 from 8 am-5 pm. Or call 565-9449 APT. RENTALS Teddy's Kitchenettes, Just bring your toothbrush. Everything furnished. Ph. 293-1716. BC AR NEW KITCHENETTES, phone, satellite, maid service. STARVIEW MOTEL 293-1658. BC AR ATLANTIC CITY APARTMENTS FREE RENT 1st 2 WEEKS Select units Ciean, Quality 1-2-3 Bedroom Apartments In Henderson • Central Air & Heat • Appliances • Blinds • Carpets • Water Paid • Washer/Dryer Available Apartments are $395 & up per month, newly remodeled, spacious near schools, park & shopping. Move In today. 565-7028 MONTE CARLO APARTMENTS 2 bdrm., 1 ba. security, no pets, 564-9093 APARTMENTS AS LOW AS $275 a Month furnished 564-6952 FREE ONE WEEK *2 Mrm.. wth ilov* and n(rlg. $425 mo. with $350 dw.. 'Sludlo apt. lumlthtd $325 mo. with $2S0 dap. 302 East Mbilstor, MS4.1023or4S142<2 GATEWAY VILLAGE City dose, yet country quiet 1-2-3 bedroom spacious apartment homes available .No deposits for scntois or mllitaiy ASK ABOUT OUR 3 BEDROOM SPECIALS ^ • ^:%Community features: Two Full-size Swimming Pools • Wading Pool • Spa with Cabana Basketball Court Playground Picnic and Barbeque Video Rental Center i Free Basic Cable COMMERCIAL SALES COMMERCIAL BLDG. 2450 sq. ft. 672 Wells, $195,000 Banner Realty. 294-1500,595-3181. BC. CS COMMERCIAL RENTALS Yon flAye Been looklhffM IIOO ii €elller^Bte|ld. B^ SSMSS OFFICE SPACE Low as $99 per month Call Chuck 293-4311 *********** t BOULDER STA-* *TION has offlct* space for rant,* prime BCk>catk>n,* 916 Nev. Hwy., 294-* 0225. BC *********** STORAGE FOR RENT All SIzee—Fenced ReeMenl Manager NearSuneet Mountain Vlata 4S8-3990 FOR LEASE RETAIL SPACEBOULDER CTTY on Nv. Hwy. 1100 to 2200 Sq. Ft. Sign on Hwy. avail. Neal Sinlakin 294-1444 COMMERCIAL RENTALS FOR SALE, 5000 sq. ft. office shop masonary, 5 bays, sprinklers, fenced yard, zoned Industrial at 1-515 and Sunset, $270,000 long term, tow interest, financing avail. 10% down to qualifying party, 565-1945. CO RENT OR LEASE Oflce plus 1,000 sf warehouse plus 600 sf Loft $750 mo. CM Zoning. 595-3181. BC. CO Advertise in the News SPACE AVAILABLE at Boulder 0am Hotel, Historic landmark. For meetings, seminars, weddings, parties, etc. 150 person capacity. Call for quotes, ask for Chris Dycks, 293-1808or2931090. BC CO BOULDER CITY GARAGE FOR RENT. 9 X 23, Alley Access, $50 mo., 294-0929. BC CO ••••••••••• STORE YOUR STUFF Residential, Boats, RV's New Units Available 5x8—$ 35 mo. 12x38-$150 12 X 19 $ 88 mo. (Drive thrus) 12x25-$105mo. 12x44-$170mo. 12x32-$125 mo. 488 W. Victory Rd. 564-8040 (Lake Mead, ^5 area, Henderson) MOBILE HOMES 78 FLAMINGO, single wkle, 1 bdrm. trailer at Willow Beach. Very clean, new refrig., ac, $12,500. 1-805-4992140, Dan. MH 8x35 (2) tip outs $9,995, 8 X 40 (2) tip outs w/d $ 10,995. Call Mark}, 2948888. BC MH Very charming dollhouse, 900 sq. ft., 2 br., 2 ba.. Senior park, $37,000. 565-2220. MH 2-bdrm. mobile home, $450 mo. $200 security furn., unfurnished. 5640905. MH APT. RENTALS FOR RENT: Kitchenettes $55 wk. Utilities paid. Shady Rest Motel, 5657688. Hnd. AR FULLY FURN. 14x60 Mobile in Gingerwood. $29,500' and move in. Frank, 294-4379. BC. MH LOVELY DEL. WIDE Swimming Pool, $1,000 mo. Call Mario, 2948888. BC MH $5800 under appraisal. Steal it for$10,000.1980 Fleetwood, 12x56, great condition. Must sell. 2 bdrm., 2 ba.. Villa Hermosa Park. 4337697. MH MOBILE HOMES BEAUTIFUL 24x45 3 bdrm.,2ba. inoreat park. Upgrades Include solar screens/doors, water conditioner. Armstrorig tile Itoor. 435-6174. BC. MH Furnished, 1. bdrm., 216 W. Foster, 564-0147. MH ^ $30,500—24x44 MOBILEHOME,2bdrms..2 baths, equipped kitchen, AC, washer & dryer, in Gingerwood. Must be 55 or over. Broker. Call 2931613 or stop at Dome Realty. BC. MH. No qual., 3 bdrm., 2 ba. Double wide. $5000 down. Take over pa' ments. 566-6080. sr pay. MH In Villa Hermosa. 24x56, 3 bdrm., 2 ba., asking $22,000. Call after 6 pm. 566-4969. MH Veiynice, 3br.,2ba.,in Villa Hermosa. FOR SALE Please call 565-3677. White Hills, Az. (48 ml. from Boulder City) 1972 Lancer Mobile, 24x64 on 2 acres ;radded room and deci(, 10x20; security locked gates, beautiful view; close to Colorado River & Lake Mead $45,000. Low taxes call (916) 877-2803 (602) 767-3879 CONDO RENTALS II CONDO RENTALS Henderson condo, studio size, fenced yard, very clean, some util. paid. $325 / mo. plus deposit. 564-1509 or 4524884. CR 2 br. condo; includes appliances, central air & heating; located in beautiful Green Valley. No pets, chikJren welcome. $550 mo. Available immediately. 4544046. CR Immaculate, 2 bdrm., 2 ba., f/p, w/d, frkige. Pool, Jacuzzi, No Pets. $565 mo.. 435-9804. CR MESA VISTA GV/Hdn. 2 Bdrm..2Bath,SplitLevel. Grnd. Fkxjr, 2 car att'd. gar. w/opener, W/D, AH new appis., new carpet & vertcal blinds, no pets, no smokers. $750 mo. First/Last + $400 Cleaning Dep. 293-6335. CR EVERGREEN CONDO, 2 Bdrm. 2 Bath, W/D, All Appls., Covered Parking $625 + Sec. Dep. 2936534. BC CR BOULDER HILLS CONDO, 2 bdrm., 1 1/2 ba. All appl. Covered parking and pool. $550 per mo. Avail. Immed., 877-0702. BC CR CONDO FOR RENT, 2 BDRM. ALL APPLS. 6584494. BC CR CONDO RENT OR SALE, La Dolce vita, 2 bd., 1 1/2 ba., priv. yrd. Avail, now $675. 293-' 6178. BC CR QUIET TWO BDRM., 2 ba. cond. with covered prkg. w/d hookups. $575$595, plus defXJ., 7950864,294-0184. BC CR 2bdrm., 11/2 bath condo, kx:ated Henderson. $550 mo. Call Now 1454-2878. CR LA DOLCE VITA, 2 bdrm., 1 1/2 bath, new paint. New carpet with private yard. Prefer nonsmoker. Primerk:a Realty Inc., Cary, 293-6573. BC CR TWO LARGE BDRMS.. 2 full baths, across from Spanish Steps, nicely maintained complex, covered parking, 2 units avail., 1 upstairs, 1 down. $595 + dep., 294-0323 or 293-2511.BC CR Super Upgraded, large 2 bdrm., 2 1/2 ba., all appls., f/p, patk], pool, quiet, mature, nonsmoking. No pets. $660 mo. 564-8022. CR BOULDER HILLS 2 bdrm. upstairs, pool, cvd. pkg., apps, $600 + dep. Avail. 6/1,293-3853. BC CR CONDO SALES | CONDO SALES LAKE TERRACE SPECIAL FINANCING, 3 Bdrm., 2 Bath, BC Townhouse with spectacular Lake & Mountain Views. All appliances, 2 car attached garage, Tennis, Pool, Spa, Clubhouse amenities, 2f^ buy down, offered at list pricie of $175,000. Call Tina or Muriel, REMAX, Sunset Realty, 592-2289 or 595-8113. BC X. :msmmmi^

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Page 18 Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada PROFESSIONAL SERVICES PROFESSIONAL SERVICES ^ THE CAVANAUGH'S y) PAINTING X/^ Interior / Exterior fir E8tlirmt 294-1422 ^ • ^"**'' HO'S LAWN CARE and Sprinkler Maintenance PERSONALIZED SERVICE Ask About Our $48 Lawn Special 595-5833 294-6274 INSURANCE TOO HIGH? Too Many Tickets? SR-22 Needed? Call Morrow Insurance Agency Green Valley 451 -5533 BACKHOE and BOBCAT SERVICE •Lots Graded "Ditching 30 Years Experience — Hourly Rates Carl W. Ford 293-0593 BOULDER ELECTRIC Licensed Bonded Insured uc. No. 15187 Call 293-4899 E&MOORE CLEARLY WINDOW CLEANING Reasonable Rates .iPff Klnrnlri 4fft MCS GARDENING TREE TRIMMING .THATCH/RESEED LAWN TRIMMINQ .RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL FREE ESTIMATES .EMERO. PIPE VALVE REPAIR SENIOR DISCOUNTS Licensed • Insured 565-1593 GARAGE SALES GARAGE SALES Protect our life style. VOTE NO ON #1 Paid lor by Vtrglnli Ttddy Fnloo tor CI1Un' loc Common Sim MOVING SALE Washer/ Dryer $50 for both, swingset w/slide $10, Furn., Home Decorations, & much more, 102 Walker Way, Buchanan toward Lake, Left on Lakeview, Right on Forest, Left on Walker Way, Fri., Sat. & Sun. BC GS RON'S REPAIR SERVICE PlumbinB Carpentry Electrical Drywall Roofins Painting KHchen Batli Remodelins Local Reference* A Licensed Free Eetimetee Sr. Discounts "No job too small-One caU does H all" Ron 433-5088 EXPERIENCED MERCHANDISE THRIFT STORE 527 Nevada Hwy., next doorto Sears, yard sale prices every day. 10a.m.-4p.m. BC. GS PARKING LOT SALE Best Western, corner of Water St. & Lake Mead Dr., Bedspreads, shades, etc., etc., Sat. 5/8/93, 7:30 am to 3 pm. GS Plant Sale herbs, vegetables, and flowers. For direc. call 565-0944.466 Rose Way. GS Advertise In the Weivs MOTHERS DAY GARAGE SALE roto-tiller, two-way radios (greatfor construction use), camping equipment, copper kitchen ware, TV, end tables, 2 small deks, Christmas items, garden tools, whirl-pool for bath, kitchen items. What nots! Odds and Ends! Sat., May 8th from 6:30 to 4:30, 1291 Potosi (off Hwy. on GIngerwood). BC GS THE YARD SALE Fum., Washers, Dryers, Fridges, Ranges and Commercial Stoves tots more, 664 Wells, 2930970, Thurs., 5/6 Sun. 5/9, 10-4. BC GS YARD SALE, SAT., MAY 8th, 7 AM-?, 1444 Bronco. BC GS MULTI FAMILY GARAGE SALE & Baked Goods Sale. Great Merchandise. Something for Everyone. May 5, 6, 7 & 8,8-5,851 Aramada.BC GS Save Money. VOTE NO ON #1 Pld lof >y Vlfalnll Tdd fyo" '< Cltetn't lof Common 3n DO YOU RECOGNIZE THE SIGNS? WANTED DONATIONS FOR BC LITTLE LEAGUE GARAGE SALE ON May 22. Will pickup large Itema. Call 293-6125. BC 3Lines$522H^!li Not all signs of discrimination are this obvious. What you may hear is: "I rented that apartment rJgW after you called." "I'll show you the apartment after I see your green card." "I don't really want all the changes...ramp, grab bar ...thafs too much." Fair housing is the law. It is illegal to aiscriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or family status. You can fight housinci discrimination and win if you learn to recognize the subtle signs. When you suspect housing discrimination, call HUD toll-free at 1-800^9-9777, TDD 1-800-927-9275. f^ Fair Housing Opens Doors tmiSSX? U.S. Department of Housing and Urt>an Development MISCELLANEOUS MOVING BOXES all sizes. 50 cents ea., 2935880. BC Ml COKE~"BOTTLES,~Pictures & Coke memorabilia on sale daily at HAPPY DAYS DINER, 294-COKE, 512 Nev. Hwy. BC Ml Sony 3/4" editing VCRs $450 ea. O'Conner, 50 fluid heads with sticks & spreaders $850 ea. JVC Ky, 210 Video camera 750 lines $1300. 565TAPE. Ml CLIPPING NEWSPAPER ITEMS. Earn $2 to $10 each. Experience unnecessarylll Offerdetails rush stamped addressed envebpe & 25 cents service fee to Maltow Enterprises, Dept. M, Rt.1 Box 274-78, Elkine. W.Va. 26241. BC. Ml STEEL BUILDING CLOSEOUTI Arch and straightwalll 24' to 200' wide. Various lengths. Priced to sell immediately! Very limited quantities! First come; First served II-800-766-4790. Ml Tuesday, May 4,1993 MISCELLANEOUS China cabinet, new $1500, will sell for $600. Diamond ring, $2000 new, asking $550. 5646164. Ml PIANO $625. 293-0828. BC. Ml We buy baby furniture & acces. Call 565-1042 from 10 am to 6 pm Ml' Utility Trailer with toolbon wekied on trailer, $750. 564-6606. Ml Couch & toveseat, very good cond. Dark brown/ beigeftoral. Coffee & end tables. Reasonable, 5650264. Ml OVERSIZED SPINART Machine, Oven & Supplies. Call Bey., 4389184. BC Ml 4 TON 220 AIR CONDITIONER 293-3777. BC Ml • Whirlpool w/d, heavy duty, good cond. $100; dining rm. oak table, glass top & 4 chairs $75; twin daybed $50; or all for $200. 433-5389. Ml MERCHANDISE FOR SALE. Call me, Til buv it or sell it for you. JIM 5641854. BC. Ml KRAUSE'S SLEEPER SOFA rust, cream, & navy plaid $550; LAZYBOY ROCKER, RECLINER gray, cream, taupe cotor. $200; excl. cond. 456-2778. Ml NEED NEW FURNITURE? Tired of looking? Solution; Furniture Closeouts Warehouse. Brand names, full furniture lines, closeouts, discontinued items, display furniturel Save Big Money! Examples, Mattcesssets:twins$69;fulls $79; queens $119; kings $149; brand names & guarantees. 6000 S. Eastern Ave., BIdg. #8 (Sunset to Eastern, turn north, to next traffic light, then right on Patrckln. 4th bidg. on left.) 5% discount with this ad. 7 Days a Week; 9:30 to 7. 7390338. Ml Beautiful women's clothes, sizes 10-12. Suits, blouses, skirts, dresses, slacl(s, and shorts. Exc. Cond., 141 LE Arta, Hend., 8989153. Sat. only, May 8, 10-5. Ml • Couch, love seat, mahogany wood table + chairs, Jenny Lynn crib, gas barbeque, trailer hitch, 3 speed bike, Airame, Alladin lamp, push 'lawnmower, traverse rods, 564-7970. Ml DIVORCE, 1/2 million house 8 all furnishings on golf course & Painted Desert, 4525 Painted Sunrise Dr. Come by 8 am to 8 pm. Oak items, incl. ball &.claw table & chairs; china cabinet;flat, computer; roll-topdesks; curio cabinet; 4-poster bdrm, set; coffee tables; portable fireplace; gun cabinet; ent. center, nail tree; lacquer bdrm. set; sectional; sofa/sleeper, daybed; glass dinette; antique chair & more. 658-7172. Ml FOR SALE 1 Crib, 2 Twin Beds, 2 Office Desks, 1 Credenza. Call 294-4273. BC OVERWEIGHT? •NEW MAGICAL DIET!' Super Exirj slrenglh appetite suppressant, increases your energy level, speedsup your metabolism, and burns body fat. Doctor recommended. FDA approved. Call for more information 454-0147 WOMEN'S BIBLE STUDY INTERDENOMINATIONAL Evaiy WtdnMday al S:30 a.m. 571 Adams Blvd. FfM babysHIIng and ralrashmsnta. It you ara a naw comar to Bouldar City, coma and rnaka naw trianda. Phone 293-7773 Conllnua controlled growth /n Bouldu CHy. VOTE NO ON #1 PM ( kv Vlr|Mi TaMy Mnlw lar aian't to Cm m m m anaa Printers • Graphic Artists • Silk ScrMners ITEK 530 (No Darkroom required) Cadillac of stat cameras, originally $12,000 will sell for $3000 OBO w/extras $100 findars fee, so tell a friend! Call Marty 454-3278 6V/f (702) 294-1399 LADIES FASHIONS & CRAFTS SEWING NOTIONS JERISHUMAKER 1668 NEVADA HIGHWAY OWNER BOULDER CITY, NEVADA 8900S MISCELLANEOUS Cash on the spot for most refrigerators not working, 566-8225. Ml 2 Dressers 5 drawers each, solid maple, expensive, best offer, 5641648. Ml WE BUY USED LEVIS, 561's. Cash pakJ, 2931658. BC Ml REFRIGERATORS: Almost new, Big Savings. 566-8225. Ml Queen size mattress set $139; Twin set, $109; King $199/set. 566-8225. Ml Wanted to bijy any oki Las Vegas casino chips. Call 433-5912. Ml MITCH'S GUN SALES. I buy used guns. 2935091. BC Ml Hammond full-sizeorgan (1952) w/bench $150, Trampoline AMF, 12 ft., $125, lawnmower, elec. $0, GAS WEEDEATER $30, table saw $40, chickens $5 ea., rabbits $10, large 4 wheel axle trailer $600, small 4x6 trailer $200,'81 Cadillac, super shape $2000cash, janitorial equip., cheap, 565-3606. Ml VICTORIAN PARLOR SET, 5pcs. Late1800's, Exquisite, $2,500 obo, 294-2489. BC Ml WASHER£)RYER,good condition. All colors. $125,293-6101. BC Ml ARTHRITIS Sufferers, live pain free. Had it for 20 years now I am pain free. Cost is as tow as $t5 per mo., not medicine, natural food & energy supplements. Guaranteed. 564-1648. Ml Dresser, 2 chestp, oak finish, $150 for the set. Call 566-0193, Iv. msg. Ml __^___ Apple He. Great for kids to learn computers. Keyboard, monitor, duo disk, many proarans & games. $350. Will sell with or without Image Writer II printer for extra $250.564-4151. Ml Maytag washer, 1 year old$300. Hotpoint14cu. ft. ref. $150; old Kenmore dryer $25, call 565-7772 after 5 P.M. Ml Moving Sale like new. Beige sectional, $300; 6 ft. sofa $100; two dresser sets $75; oak computer desk & Oak desk and more. 565-5686 or 8920628. Ml Craft sale 901 S. Boulder Hwy. Ml FOR SALE: Diamond cluster ring. 1.16 ctw, white gold. $500, pear shape blue topaz and diamond ring $400.2936322 anytime. BC Ml FOR SALE: Beautiful piano. Story and Clark console. $900. Call 2936322 anytime. BC Ml Bahama Cruise 5 days/ 4 nights. Underbooked, must sell. $279/couple. Limited tickets. (407) 331-7818, ext. 5149, Mon./Sat., 9 am 10 pm. Ml SEARS Washer* Dryer, Avocado Green, $175 obo, 293-5004. BC Ml QUEEN Somma II Tubed Waterbed, Exc. Cond., $100, 293-5031. BC Ml Melamine edgebander, with 5 rolls of tape, $175, Ripstrate, $25. Call Mike' 454-5702. Ml Wanted to rent garage, small building or yard space, call Mike 4545702. Ml JEWEL T Dishes. Complete Service for 8. Also Bake Ware. Call Bev., 438-9184. BC Ml CERTIFIED REFLEXOLOGIST, William K. Riggsby, Relaxes Tension, Improves Circulation, Normalizes, By Appointment, Boulder City Only, 564-8560. BC Ml AUCTIONS Let us sell It for you. Nava(' Sallarslsnow accepting consignment for May 7-8, 7 PM auction. 564-1854. Nevada Sallars-Huge 2 day auction. FrU& SaL, May 7-8 at 7 pm. 722 W. Sunset, Hand., 564-1854, Dealers & public Invited. PERSONALS Recently wkJowed, I am kx>kingforafriend. Iwant someone to spend time with, lunch, watch TV, and have girl talk. If you are atone like me, give me a call, perhaps we can become friends. DonnI, 293-2244. PE ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Maata7dayaawk.al5PM, Sat., noon, MWF, 7 AM In Iha Park A Rae. Annax bahind Bouldar Dam Cradlt Union. ALANOHALATEEN 2aM21 PERSONALS MILITARY RETIREE Champus supplement will pay the 25% albwed, plus 100% of all excess charges. For fUbe brochure call 1-800-62728Hext.259. PE LOST & FOUND Found-Akita, male about 1 year okJ. 565-9658. LF PETS/ANIMALS Biggest little Afrkn Safari in the desert. See lions, tigers, bears, monkeys, etc. Guklaa tours daily. For directnns. call 361-2484. PA DOGS AKC Shepherd. UKC American Eskimo, Wire haired Ten-ier, Weimaraner, Doble pups, Basset Hound, Mini Shepherds, Husky, Choc. Lab, Alaskan Malamute, Doxies, German Short Hair, Irish Setter, Spitz, Shih Tzu, Hybred pups. 361-2484. WANTED TO BUY Lslusssllltforyou. Nevada Seltors Is now accspting consignment for May 7 &8, 7pm auction. 564-1854. CALL ME, I'LL BUY IT OR SELL IT FOR YOU. Mike-564-1854 CLASSIFIEP Guinea Pigs Galore. Long & short hair. Rainbow of colors, also baby peacocks & ducks. 3612484. THE ANIMAL FOUNDATION will help you financially spay or neuter your cat or dog. Very inexpensive in Las Vegas. 384-3333. BC. PA ADOPT CATS & Dogs from your shelters. Save aLife. BC. PA Low cost spay & neuter clinic. Cats $10-$15; Dogs $15-$30, 3843333. PA AKC AIREDALE PUPS. 293-1849. PA Queensland Heeler Pups 2 female, 1 male, $75 each. 16x6x6 dog run $100,564-2630. PA LOST PET DESERT TORTOISE in or around dump/dump road area. Will die if not found, 2934021. BC PA FREE TO GOOD HOME 2 kittens, 1 Adult, 2933024. BC PA MONKEY, 1 1/2 year okl female Capuccin, very lonely, needs friendship. 565-4100. PA SCOOPY-DOO "Well Clean Up the Mess For You* Licensed dog clean up sen/ice. 1 Dog $4.00, each additional dog. $.75. Call 565-9631. Monday-Saturday, 8 am4 pm. Ask for Mick. PA VEHICLES 78 TOYOTA COROLLA Sports Coup AM/FM Cass., Air, Clean inskie & out, $900, 294-0705. BC VE faclkdqri BOATS & RVs 85 ALPENLITE 5th Wh. Clean, loaded, as is. $9,500 firm. 294-1871. BC BR '86 Kawasaki 550 Jet Ski; Low Hours-must 'Selj $1500.564-6606. BR 1985PROWLER5thwh., 18ft. Fully self contained, immaculate. Can be S ulled by small truck. 5,000. 293-2960. BC BR '76 32' AIRSTREAM as is $6,500,293-3138. BC BR 91 SEA RAY 20' Overniter, sleeps 2 adults. Less than 10 hrs. on5L Ve Chevrolet EngMercruiser I/O DriveHaton Fire Extinguishing sys, Sony All Pt Cass Stereo sys. w/4 spkrs. Has porta-potti. Richie compass Lowrance Depth Sounder. Automatic Bilge pump etc. Trailrite Tandum Axle Trir. & custom towing cover $18,000. 2937771. BC. BR EMISSION CONTROL STATION, Emission and Auto Care, 1400 Nevada Hwy. No wait appointments. 293-2473. BC. VE '83 Oklsmobile Cutlass, $1400 OBO,'81 Firebird $1600, 566-6577 day, 566-8728 eves. VE PERFECT GRADUATION GIFT 90 Isuzu PU Looks & Runs Great, 8 mo. oki tires, toe cold air $6,000 Days, 877-0317. Ask for Tracey, Eves & Wkends, 294-0374. BC VE Must Sell '70 Camaro, project car, $700. Or best reasonable offer. 5655781, ask for Chuck or Lee. Call bet. 9 am & 9 pm. VE USED AUTO PARTS 293-7278. Let us do the calling on our new satellite computer. All states and Canada. Big John and Sons, FoothillDr. BC VE COMPLETE RADIATOR SERVICE Rod and repaiit^ rebuilt and new Big John and Sons, 1631 Foothill Dr, 293-7278. BC. VE '78 BMW 320L Must seel Black, sheepskins, sunroof, $2400 firm. 2586060 or 598-5379. VE 89 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL, Like new. fully loaded. Must see to appreciate, 293-4776. BC VE '82 Chrysler convertible, good body, will not start $200 OBO. '84 Cadillac Cimmaron, good transportatton $950 OBO. Call after3pm,564-7379. VE Hydraulic lift on a 3/4 ton pickup, 1968 new diamono tuck intertor, new paint, auto, Aux. tanks, moon roof, ps/pb. $2000 cash, 565-3606. VE • ••••••••••l 79 GLASTRON 26'Generator & marina air $15,000. 293-3266. BC BR 1975 Chrysler 14'boat & motor, 30 HP, new lights ontrailer., ExccondKion, $1100.565-4088, leave msg. BR 71 SPORTSMAN 21' FIBERFOAM, 165 HP Mercuriser, Sleeps 5, Has Ice Box, Sink. TbL. Prtbl. toilet, etc. One owner, Exc. cond. Must See at BC Canvas BoulderCity, 1586 Foothill Dr.. 293-4509, $5,000, obo.. BC BR VEHICLES Fullmer helmet; bright white/red, like new. $75. 896-0730, leave message. Ml '91 FORD ESCORT Wagon, White, all options, 5 sp., 26K miles. $6,500obo. Clean, must see, Joe 294-0042. BC. VE Ford F-100 step side, n^w tires, new clutch, new brakes, $2300 OBO, orconsidertrade,for750 CC up to 1100 CC motorcycle. 451-5524. VE UNCLE IKE Wai buy your car, van or truck for caali! Paid for or Not! Will come to you. Out of (tate titles OK, ;.J^.0322 Dlr. FAST CASH TOP PRICES PAID FOR JUNK CARS FREE PICK-UP SERVICE CALL US! 565-1414 NEVADA PIC-A-PART BIO JOHN'S TOWING Light and Haavy duly towing, racovary • paclallala. (702) 294-HELP 1577 Foothill Df. B.C. WE BUY CARS ANY AUTO SALES 1112 Nev. Hwy. 293-2000 SMOG NO PASS NO PAY CERT. $6.00 TAMPERING INSPECTION FAIL FULL PRICE VERNS TEXACO Lake Mead & Water St. 565-0220 VEHICLES •80 Chevy 4x4 1/2 ton, new motor, new paint $3900 OBO, 565-d200. VE '73 Intarnatkjnal: New radiator, A/C, unit & hoses, 2 fuel tanks, and complete engine overhaul. $1395. 564-8446. VE •"•'• • ••••••• ANNOUNCEMENTS •SAN DIEGO/MEXICO VACATION* 6 days. 5 nights, include beachfront resortsiicruise. Undertxx>ked corporate rate. $195.00/person. based on double-occupancy. Limited supply. Info. 1-800-467-8728, Ext. 404. Vegas Bonus. AN Rainbow Casino, 122 Water St., Hend., NV, chips have been discontinued. Chip redemptnn will be at the Rainbow Club Casino cage at the above address untilJune 12.1993,24 hours a day. AN WHY NOT HOST AN EXCHANGE STUDENT? Students from 35 different countriesScandinavia. South America. Europe. Japan; arriving August. You can make a difference!! AYUSA International. 1800-477-2631. AN WE BUY MORTGAGES and Trust Deeds. DkJ you sell property? Receiving P ayments? Why wait! ast, CASH NOW! Any size Nationwide. Great prices. Call 1-800-659CASH(2274). AN •SAN DIEGO/MEXICO VACATION* 6 days. 5 nights, includes beachfront resorts/cruise. Undertraoked corporate rate. $195.00/person, based on double-occuf tancy. Limited supply, nfo. 1-800-467-8728, Ext. 404. Vegas Bonus. AN • Astrology charts $42. Natal transits and progressions. 293-5062.A AN Astrology charts $42. Natal transits and progressions, 293-5062. AN Glitter Gulch Dena's Museum, quality jewelry. 1419 N. Boulder Hwy., Hend. Exclusive authentic, American Indian landmark, 23 years expertise at your sen/ice, selling tribal collectibles and oecor for your home or offk:e. Fabulous rock shop; Both quartz, crystals, good earth minerals, fossils, gems. Glitter sells, buys, jewelry and collectibles. Make an appointment with Ms. Jeannette, fabulous Indian physic, by appointment only. 565-0711. AN SWEDISH GIRL, 17, anxiously awaiting host family. Enjoys sports, and musk;. Other Scandinavian, European high school students arriving August. Call Sue (702) 747-5820 or 1-800-SIBLING. AN MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AJ'S MUSIC QfMn Valley, Hendaraon t Bouldar Qty't Music Siora Salaa, Rantals, Rapairt and Laaaon* 436-9300 SrHOOLS LEARN TO FLY THIS SUMMER Reasonable Call Dan 896-2311 TV-VCR CABLE EQUIP., CONVERTERS AND DESORAMBLERS. CALL 737-1885. SC BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES DISCOVERY TOYS offer you the opportunity of a lifetime. Own your own business, set your own hours. Start today. 7988460. BO BUSINESS FOR SALE Bored with your routine? Successful catering route in B.C. for sale, with lunch truck. Perfect for the right B.C. resident. $11,000. Call 367-6653 for more details. BO WOLFF TANNING BEDS NEW COMMERCIAL HOME UNITS FROM $199.00. Lamps • k)tk}ns • accessories. Monthly payments, k)w as $18.00. Call today FREE NEW cotorcatalog. 1 -800-4629197 Bo • AVON if •ff To buy or aeN. CaH ^ if Roale Sharman if 293-0110 ••••••••• Tuesday, May 4,1993 Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Page 19 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES **L0G HOME DEALERSHIP** Top Log Home Manufacturer, seeks dealer. Protected territory, high earning potential, fulltraining & leads provided. Need not interfere with present empbyment. Models startind at $15,696.00,1-800264-LOGS(5647) BRENTWOOD LOG HOMES,427RiverRbck Blvd., Murfreesboro, TN. 37129. BO HELP WANTED AVON to buy or sell Maxine Hottel 293-6170 m JOB OPPORTUNITIES Teachers, elementary, K1-2, Certified and experienced for small private school in LV. Fulltime. Exc. Conditions. 382-3116. JO POSITIONS WANTED Housework in your home, general cleaning, reasonable rates, Mary White, 565-5221. PW Two licensed nurses desire in-home care; specialty, geriatrics. 4577209or564-p891. PW Responsible Christian mother will baby-sit in my home. Days, no weekends. 564-1948. PW DOMESTIC HELP PtA SPRING RUM' MAGE SALE-Gibson Elementary School, 271 Leisure Cr. Sat., May 1.8 AMtol PM. GS KIDS KLUBI before and after school for elementary age chiMren. Transportation to and from school, nutritbus snacks, recreation program. Phone 293-7773. BC. Rise 9e referral to Kcensed chiW care. 734-0504 or 368-1882. Clark County Child Care Assn. DH I WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOME, 293-3777. BC DH MOTHER WOULD LIKE TO BABYSIT, my home or yours. Mon.-Fri.. full time. Please call 2939943. BC DH Ex-pre school teacher now has openings for 124 hrs. a day, 7 days a week, now taking applicatk>ns, incl. meals & activities. Jan-565-4613. DH I WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOME 293-0875. BC DA Will baby-sit in my home, all shifts $10/day. Dropins welcome, ask for Pam. 564-5797. DH TWO PROFESSIONALS WITH TWO TODDLERS need weekend help. Babysitting and cleaning and cooking in B.C. Need experience and relerences. If interested send letter of introduction with references to F. J.. Box 60250, B.C. 89006. DH TAMMY'S CLEANING SERVICE Honest, Reliable, Licensed & Bonded. Please Call 293-4341. BC DH HOUSECLEANING Honest, Reliable with References 565-9846 DOMESTIC HELP WANTEDCookIng, ^cleaning & kids,^ ^about 30 hrs. ^ A weekly. 564-286a ************ —BiTS— HOUSECLEANING Reasonable 595-5833 294-6274 HELP WANTED MANICURIST & HAIRDRESSER POSITION, busy salon, walk-ins, 294-1627. BC. HW House Inspectors, No exp. necessary. THIS area up to $800 wky. Will train. Call (219) 769-6649 exLH687,6amto6pm, 7 days. HW AUTO TECH CENTER is accepting applications for auto technicians w/ ASE & Nv Emission cert. Apply917Nev. Hwy. BC NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR CAGE CASHIERS. Ape y in person. Gold Strike n,Hwy.93.BC HW $200 • $500 WEEKLY. Assemble products at home. Easyl No selling. You're paia direct. Fully Guaranteed. FREE Information-24 Hour Hotline. 801-379-2900. Copyright #NV010650. JACK IN THE BOX now hiring for all shifts & shift leader mgmt. positkins. Prior fast food exp., apS y in person, 1101 Nev. wy. BC HW Loving, caring person over 18 to work in chiW care. Apply in person at 594 Blackridge Rd., Hend.; The Children's Garden. HW BOOKKEEPER Exp. Only, Computer Literate, BENEFITS. Apply in Person, 704 Nev. Hwy. BC HW Hairstylists, mancurists. Stations for rent. 5649111. HW PART TIME HOUSEKEEPERS NEEDED. Apply in person. Nevada Inn. BC. HW PARKRANGERSGame wardens, security, maintenance, etc. No ^p. necessary. For Info, call (219) 769-6649, EXT. 9007. 6 A.M. to 6 P.M. 7 days. HW P/T seam^r, for canvas products, some experience nee. 564-1098. HW i HOUSEKEEPERS I NEEDED. Apply in person, 704 Nev. Hwy. BC HW STARVIEW MOTEL. GENERAL WORK. Apply in person. BC. HW HELP WANTED MOTEL MAID experience helpful. Immediate opening, apply in person. Best Western Motel, 85 W. Lake Mead Dr., Hend. HW $$$ Need extra cash$$$ Photographer needs female models, all aoes, lor new promotion. If interestea, send photo/ letter to P.O. Box §4231, Las Vegas, NV 891934231. HW HELP WANTED MUST BE 21 YRS. OR OLDER, Must work well with public, some exp. necessary w/registers. Call for appL, 293-1891, Joe or Chris. BC HW POSTAL JOBS $11.41/hr. to start, plus benefits. Postal carriers, sorters, clerks, maintenance. For an applcation and exam info., call 1-219-736-4715, ext. P5201, 9 am to 9 pm. 7 days. HW EASY ASSEMBLY any hours. $339.84 week, family of 3 earns $4417.92 monthly. FREE Information 24 Hour Hotline. 801-379-2900. Copyright #NV010652, 801-379-2900. HW HOUSEHOLD CLEANERS WANTED Monday thru FRIDAY. NO HOLIDAYS or weekends. Paid HolkJay, vacatnn, sck days, $5.03/ hr. after training. Call Grimebusters, 7981002. HW HOME TYPISTS. PC USERS NEEDED. $35,000 POTENTIAL, DETAILS.CALL(1)805962-8000 EXT. 5695. HW HAIRDRESSER & MANICURIST POSITION OPEN, following preferred, professbnal & friendly atmosphere. Please Call Shiela 2934322. BC. HW P/T church secretary position in G.V. Welcoming personality. Must be able to use computer word processing on Word P^ feet 5.1. Good orgamzational skills nee. & support missk)n of the church. For details & application, call 4353634 HW FROSTY FREEZE ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS for mature, responsible, dependable, friendly people. Apply in person, 825 Nv. Hwy. BC HW HOUSECLEANER for professional cleaning sen/ce. 20-30 hrs. wk. $6/hr., 294-6232. BC HW AUTO TECHNICIAN NEEDED, Must be ASE certified with minimum 5 yrs. exp. and own tools, great benefits avail., must see shop to appreciate. Apply in person. 705 JuniperWay.BC HW Now accepting applications for waiters/waitresses. Exp: preferred. Apply in person, bet. 2-5 pm. at Casa Fbres Mexican Rest., 930 Nevada Hwry.BC HW HOUSECLEANER for professional cleaning servk;e. 20-30 hrs. wk. $ hr., 294-6232. HW HEL:' WANTED UTILITY COMPANY JOBS $8.25-$15.75/hr. this area. Men & women needed. No exp. necessary. For informaton, call 1-219-736-4715, ext. U5201, 6.am to 6 pm r 7 days. \k\N Law Enforcement jobs. No Exp. Necessary. Now hiring. US Customs, officers, etc. For info, call (219) 736-7030, ext. 127T,6am-6pm,7days. HW Janitorii & weeki 0728. Position, eves. |nds. Call 565-.9-5. HW Needed 100 people to k>se weight now. no will power needed, brand new, just patented, 100% natural, 100% guaranteed, doctor recommended. Call (817) 2950304. HW CARRIERS NEEDED Must have parent help and transportation to deliver papers weekly. No collecting. Call Boulder City Newslo put your name on the list. 293-2302. "Dissatisfied" If you're tired of k>oking for a job & ready to begin a career, then we need to talk. 6 yr. old $100 Million Dollar Calif, based company seeking management quality individuals to oversee expansion into Nevada. Call Mr. Florin, 565-3841. HW EAS7 LENTP PRODU CALL T| 800-46 1311 ORKI EXCELY! ASSEMBLE TS AT HOME. LL FREE 15566, Ext. w AVON NEEDS Full or parttime representatives in Boulder City. Call your local representative for information. Rteie 293O110.BC HW HELP WANTED LAW ENFORCEMENT JOBS, no exp. necessary. Now Hiring US Customs, Officers, etc. for info., call 219-7367030, ext. 3418, 6 am-6 pm, 7 days. BC HW Wo POSITIONS AVAIL, will train right people. BENEFITS offered. Apply in person. Super 8, 704 Nev. Hwy. BC HW MAIDS/HOUSEMEN, No exp. necessary. Will train. BENEFITS oflered. Aply in person. Super 8, 04 Nev. Hwy. BC HW CASHIER PT & FT College Students wek:ome. Apply Expedition Depot, 1297 Nev. Hwy. BC HW ?! HOME users potential. 805-962 B5695. ^YPISTS, PC needed. $35,000 Detaib.Call(1j -800(1)^ Ext. -IW I" Help wanted PARTTIMI CHILDCAR ATTfNDANfs 564-85S 0 ACCOUNTING CILERK Now accepting applications foil accounting clerk. Must have 10-key by touch, computer background helpful. Apply In person, 9 am to 3 pm. Bring proper ID. Gold Strike Inn & cislno. i RESUMES I Coinpoa4|d, Edited, typed-Fast & Accurate BEE'S BUSINESS SVC. "OPEN SAT. 10-4" 1400 ColorKlo, eC, B.C. 293-5361 HELP WANTED P/T or F/T applcatkjns are being accepted for productkin work with industrial laundry. Hrs. vary. No Weekends. Apply at Work Ctothes Rental, 568 ParksonRd. Hd. M-F. No phone calls, please. HW THE HOOVER DAM STORE A PEOPLE ORIENTED COMPANY totally committed lo Iha Olsnay phlloaophy of excellence In cualomer (gued) service A staff (cast member) training has leverai job opporlunlllea avallabla lo start Immadlataly. Z graelar/ clerk poaltlona, sludenU welcome, (mud hava Iranaporlallon) 2 managerial poalllona, 1 part time, 1 full time, muA be over 21). For Information and appllcattona, phona 294-1988,10 am to 4 pm, BC COMMERCIAL RENTALS OFFICE/STORAGE 2.400 sl. for rent, 3 phase power avail. 294-1213. BC. CO BY THE DAY. OFFICE/ MEETING/CONFERENCE ROOM for rent (400 sf) $25. per day. 1400 Colorado St., Suite B, Boulder City. 2935361 Bee. CO SPACE FOR LEASE. 750 sq. ft.. Ample Parking, 293-4547. BC CO *•••••••••• WANTED boys and girls to be bart of our sales crew to sell newspaper subscriptions for the Henderson Home News and Green Valley News. lVlusH>rl2 years of ^ge and over. Call Circulation at 564-1881 for details. There is still time to make that extra money for holiday activities and gifts. CASHIERS AND SERVICE WRITER Agood opportunity for an amblttousperson to eirn $8-$9/hr. All you need, good appearance &|an outgoing personality. Apply 10 anji • 5 pm, any day. Cascade car wash; across f^om St Rose Pom. Hosp. 565-6363. Party Plan Managem< Gist in on the ground floor of an excitii party plan backed by national comp a Director recruit, train, and people from your home. Teaching, bi or party plan experience helpful, the American Way offers good ea| training provided, no financial inve incentive travel opportunity. Call 877-0199, f^-F, 7 to 4. int gnew ny. Be trvate siness ookin' nings, tment, 1-800The fastest gun that ever wore a star is coming to town! It's a new Texaco Express Lube. And it's bringing lube guns full of quality Havoline Formula' footer Oil that we'll Install in your car in nothing flat. The fast new guns at your Texaco Express Lube will provide proven protection for your car's engine at very reasonable prices. And we'll be giving away free car washes to every customer. ^^-^ Express Lube^-jijjgE!* Oil Change Specialists • ^j^jftlP^^ 906 S. BOULDER HWY, HENDERSON (Next to Jr. Fo'od Mart) APT. RENTALS WEEKLY KITCHENETTES. CALL 565-7929. AR TWO BDRM. APT. dose to schools, shopping. Includes appl., water. $450 mo. 293-4097. BC AR 2 BDRM., 1 BATH APT. $400 + dep., 293-3373 alt. 6,293-5533. BC AR NEAR SUNSET & BOULDER HWY. Nice 2 bdrm., 1 ba., NO PETS, $450 + dep., 566-6260. AR APT. RENTALS 2 BDRM. APT. Avail, immed., 294-1213. BC AR WEEKLY ROOMS and Kitchenettes now available at the Western Inn. 921 Nevada Hwy. BC Rates from $100 per week. 294-0393. BC AR ONE BDRM. APT. for rent. $450 plus sec. 2933860. BC. AR 2 bdrm. clean & nk:ely furnished, water & garbage furnished, $500 mo. plus cleaning deposit with good references. 5656814. AR EVERGREEN 2 Bdrm., 2 Bath, Upgraded unit, fp,cvd.pkg.,$600-^dep., 796-0864 or 294-0184. BC AR Christian rm.mate-clean, employed, ref., full privilege, own bach, w/d. $275+ 1/2util. 564-4224, Iv. msq. AR 2 bdrm., 1 bath apartment in Henderson. Available now! Special deal at $425 mo. Call Now! 454-2878. AR HEND. 2 bdrm., 1 ba.. central air, remodeled, stove/ref., fenced yard, patio, storage, owner occupied. 564-1601 or 565-5462, $435. mo. plus sec. & cleaning. AR APT. RENTALS Studios available now. Newly remodeled $325/ mo., plus deposit. No deposit to Sr. Citizens, 2 weeks free rent, 5641023. AR 5Lines$5?tt CALL APT. LOCATORS FREE 702-873-3733.24 hrs. 4970 S. Arville #109B. AR GATEWAY VILLAGE 3 BR.,APTS. 1200 SQ.FT. EXTRA STORAGE, FREE BASIC CABLE. ASK ABOUT OUR SPECIALS. 564-1370. AR 2BDRM.UNFURN.APT. Carport, cable ready in Adult sec. $475, 2934832. BC. AR FREE RENT let MONTH on 2 bdrm., 1 ba. with washer/dryer hiookup, $450/nno. DESERT GARDEN APARTMENTS 205 Randy Way, Hendaraon 565-9051 Henderson Plaza Apartments, 2 br., 1 ba., pool, playground, free cable TV, close to schools & shopping. Small Family Community Under New Management, 565-7512. APT. RENTALS GATEWAY VILLAGEEXTRA LARGE 2 BDRM., 2 BTH. APT. MANY EXTRAS. SMALL PETS WELCOME. CHILDREN'S PLAYGROUND INCL FREE BASIC CABLE. 5642258. AR ee**e Nursing In-i^ouse Home Health WANTS YOU! flow EXPANDING j INTO LAS VEGAS i Come Work With The Best In Home Care. I RN'S I LPN'S I CNA'S I Homemakers, I Physical Therapists F/T, P/T, Per Diem Excellent Wages & Benefit Package Come see us at tfie Sheffield Inn, Room #300,3970 Paradise Rd. Las Vegas, TUESDAY, APRIL 27 from 12 noon-5 pm, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28 from 8 am-5 pm. Or call 565-9449 APT. RENTALS Teddy's Kitchenettes, Just bring your toothbrush. Everything furnished. Ph. 293-1716. BC AR NEW KITCHENETTES, phone, satellite, maid service. STARVIEW MOTEL 293-1658. BC AR ATLANTIC CITY APARTMENTS FREE RENT 1st 2 WEEKS Select units Ciean, Quality 1-2-3 Bedroom Apartments In Henderson • Central Air & Heat • Appliances • Blinds • Carpets • Water Paid • Washer/Dryer Available Apartments are $395 & up per month, newly remodeled, spacious near schools, park & shopping. Move In today. 565-7028 MONTE CARLO APARTMENTS 2 bdrm., 1 ba. security, no pets, 564-9093 APARTMENTS AS LOW AS $275 a Month furnished 564-6952 FREE ONE WEEK *2 Mrm.. wth ilov* and n(rlg. $425 mo. with $350 dw.. 'Sludlo apt. lumlthtd $325 mo. with $2S0 dap. 302 East Mbilstor, MS4.1023or4S142<2 GATEWAY VILLAGE City dose, yet country quiet 1-2-3 bedroom spacious apartment homes available .No deposits for scntois or mllitaiy ASK ABOUT OUR 3 BEDROOM SPECIALS ^ • ^:%Community features: Two Full-size Swimming Pools • Wading Pool • Spa with Cabana Basketball Court Playground Picnic and Barbeque Video Rental Center i Free Basic Cable COMMERCIAL SALES COMMERCIAL BLDG. 2450 sq. ft. 672 Wells, $195,000 Banner Realty. 294-1500,595-3181. BC. CS COMMERCIAL RENTALS Yon flAye Been looklhffM IIOO ii €elller^Bte|ld. B^ SSMSS OFFICE SPACE Low as $99 per month Call Chuck 293-4311 *********** t BOULDER STA-* *TION has offlct* space for rant,* prime BCk>catk>n,* 916 Nev. Hwy., 294-* 0225. BC *********** STORAGE FOR RENT All SIzee—Fenced ReeMenl Manager NearSuneet Mountain Vlata 4S8-3990 FOR LEASE RETAIL SPACEBOULDER CTTY on Nv. Hwy. 1100 to 2200 Sq. Ft. Sign on Hwy. avail. Neal Sinlakin 294-1444 COMMERCIAL RENTALS FOR SALE, 5000 sq. ft. office shop masonary, 5 bays, sprinklers, fenced yard, zoned Industrial at 1-515 and Sunset, $270,000 long term, tow interest, financing avail. 10% down to qualifying party, 565-1945. CO RENT OR LEASE Oflce plus 1,000 sf warehouse plus 600 sf Loft $750 mo. CM Zoning. 595-3181. BC. CO Advertise in the News SPACE AVAILABLE at Boulder 0am Hotel, Historic landmark. For meetings, seminars, weddings, parties, etc. 150 person capacity. Call for quotes, ask for Chris Dycks, 293-1808or2931090. BC CO BOULDER CITY GARAGE FOR RENT. 9 X 23, Alley Access, $50 mo., 294-0929. BC CO ••••••••••• STORE YOUR STUFF Residential, Boats, RV's New Units Available 5x8—$ 35 mo. 12x38-$150 12 X 19 $ 88 mo. (Drive thrus) 12x25-$105mo. 12x44-$170mo. 12x32-$125 mo. 488 W. Victory Rd. 564-8040 (Lake Mead, ^5 area, Henderson) MOBILE HOMES 78 FLAMINGO, single wkle, 1 bdrm. trailer at Willow Beach. Very clean, new refrig., ac, $12,500. 1-805-4992140, Dan. MH 8x35 (2) tip outs $9,995, 8 X 40 (2) tip outs w/d $ 10,995. Call Mark}, 2948888. BC MH Very charming dollhouse, 900 sq. ft., 2 br., 2 ba.. Senior park, $37,000. 565-2220. MH 2-bdrm. mobile home, $450 mo. $200 security furn., unfurnished. 5640905. MH APT. RENTALS FOR RENT: Kitchenettes $55 wk. Utilities paid. Shady Rest Motel, 5657688. Hnd. AR FULLY FURN. 14x60 Mobile in Gingerwood. $29,500' and move in. Frank, 294-4379. BC. MH LOVELY DEL. WIDE Swimming Pool, $1,000 mo. Call Mario, 2948888. BC MH $5800 under appraisal. Steal it for$10,000.1980 Fleetwood, 12x56, great condition. Must sell. 2 bdrm., 2 ba.. Villa Hermosa Park. 4337697. MH MOBILE HOMES BEAUTIFUL 24x45 3 bdrm.,2ba. inoreat park. Upgrades Include solar screens/doors, water conditioner. Armstrorig tile Itoor. 435-6174. BC. MH Furnished, 1. bdrm., 216 W. Foster, 564-0147. MH ^ $30,500—24x44 MOBILEHOME,2bdrms..2 baths, equipped kitchen, AC, washer & dryer, in Gingerwood. Must be 55 or over. Broker. Call 2931613 or stop at Dome Realty. BC. MH. No qual., 3 bdrm., 2 ba. Double wide. $5000 down. Take over pa' ments. 566-6080. sr pay. MH In Villa Hermosa. 24x56, 3 bdrm., 2 ba., asking $22,000. Call after 6 pm. 566-4969. MH Veiynice, 3br.,2ba.,in Villa Hermosa. FOR SALE Please call 565-3677. White Hills, Az. (48 ml. from Boulder City) 1972 Lancer Mobile, 24x64 on 2 acres ;radded room and deci(, 10x20; security locked gates, beautiful view; close to Colorado River & Lake Mead $45,000. Low taxes call (916) 877-2803 (602) 767-3879 CONDO RENTALS II CONDO RENTALS Henderson condo, studio size, fenced yard, very clean, some util. paid. $325 / mo. plus deposit. 564-1509 or 4524884. CR 2 br. condo; includes appliances, central air & heating; located in beautiful Green Valley. No pets, chikJren welcome. $550 mo. Available immediately. 4544046. CR Immaculate, 2 bdrm., 2 ba., f/p, w/d, frkige. Pool, Jacuzzi, No Pets. $565 mo.. 435-9804. CR MESA VISTA GV/Hdn. 2 Bdrm..2Bath,SplitLevel. Grnd. Fkxjr, 2 car att'd. gar. w/opener, W/D, AH new appis., new carpet & vertcal blinds, no pets, no smokers. $750 mo. First/Last + $400 Cleaning Dep. 293-6335. CR EVERGREEN CONDO, 2 Bdrm. 2 Bath, W/D, All Appls., Covered Parking $625 + Sec. Dep. 2936534. BC CR BOULDER HILLS CONDO, 2 bdrm., 1 1/2 ba. All appl. Covered parking and pool. $550 per mo. Avail. Immed., 877-0702. BC CR CONDO FOR RENT, 2 BDRM. ALL APPLS. 6584494. BC CR CONDO RENT OR SALE, La Dolce vita, 2 bd., 1 1/2 ba., priv. yrd. Avail, now $675. 293-' 6178. BC CR QUIET TWO BDRM., 2 ba. cond. with covered prkg. w/d hookups. $575$595, plus defXJ., 7950864,294-0184. BC CR 2bdrm., 11/2 bath condo, kx:ated Henderson. $550 mo. Call Now 1454-2878. CR LA DOLCE VITA, 2 bdrm., 1 1/2 bath, new paint. New carpet with private yard. Prefer nonsmoker. Primerk:a Realty Inc., Cary, 293-6573. BC CR TWO LARGE BDRMS.. 2 full baths, across from Spanish Steps, nicely maintained complex, covered parking, 2 units avail., 1 upstairs, 1 down. $595 + dep., 294-0323 or 293-2511.BC CR Super Upgraded, large 2 bdrm., 2 1/2 ba., all appls., f/p, patk], pool, quiet, mature, nonsmoking. No pets. $660 mo. 564-8022. CR BOULDER HILLS 2 bdrm. upstairs, pool, cvd. pkg., apps, $600 + dep. Avail. 6/1,293-3853. BC CR CONDO SALES | CONDO SALES LAKE TERRACE SPECIAL FINANCING, 3 Bdrm., 2 Bath, BC Townhouse with spectacular Lake & Mountain Views. All appliances, 2 car attached garage, Tennis, Pool, Spa, Clubhouse amenities, 2f^ buy down, offered at list pricie of $175,000. Call Tina or Muriel, REMAX, Sunset Realty, 592-2289 or 595-8113. BC X. :msmmmi^

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Page 20 Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada i^" Tuesday, May 4,1993 CONDO SALFS CONDO SALES OPEN HOJJSE Saturday & Sunday Maya &9 From 11 to 3 440 Enterprise, Boulder City 293-4498 Peggy HURRY-ONLY 2 LEFT! DEL REY CONDOS 850 Der Rey Drive 2 bdrm., 2 bath, 1128 Sq. Ft., 2nd floor unit, $89,950. 3 bdrm., 21/2 bath, garage, 1500 Sq. Ft., 2 story unit $119,500. Great In-town location. Walking distance to everythlngi CONDOMINIUM FOR SALE 440 Enterprise, Boulder City 2 br., 2 ba., den, atrium, whirlpool tub In master bath, alarm system, vaulted ceilings with plant shelves, VIEW OF LAKE MEAD, $225,000. 566-6700 or 293-4498, PEGGY HBC PUBLICATIONS HOUSE RENTALS 4 BDRM., 2 car gar., $950,1 Bdrm. Duplex w/ util. $595. Hyde Realty, 293-6014. BC HR FOR RENT Small older home, 3 bdrm., 1 ba. & stg. area, $750 mo. -f $950 dep. Avail. 5/15. Refs. Req'd., 293-6293. BC HR 3 BDRM., 2 BA., 2 Car Gar., Ferwed Yard. Avail. 6/15. Villa Del Prado, 496-4552. BC HR 3 BDRM., 2 bath, 2 car g ar., RV pkg., cvd. patio, eautifulnomeon private street. $900 mo., 2941341. BC HR Cute2bdrm.Hd. house, new carpet, fenced yard, only $625 mo. Call Ste ve2 28-8^68.. HR 3" BDRM., 1 BA., NO Garage, No pets. No Smoking Near Park. Avail, approx. 5/26 $750 '-* • $750 dep., 293-3786. SC HR Advertise i^ilnsthe Atevvs HOUSE RENTALS FOR RENT: 1-2-3 Bedroom Trailers, 565-7141. HR 3 br., 2 1/2 ba., Arrowhead estate townhome, 2 car gar. $750/mo. plus deposit. Call Al, Jensen's Realty, 564-3333. HR 3 br., 2 ba., custom home on 1/2 acre, f/p, laundry rm., 2 car gar., $975/mo. plus dep.. Call Al, Jensen's Realty, 5643333. HR FOUR BDRM. popular Lewis home. Remodeled int. Nice yard. RV prkg. $950 mo., 293-5229. BC HR HENDERSON HOME 3 Bdrm., 2 bath, all appls. & fp, exc. cond., new carpet, drapes & paint, $795,293-6593. B£ HR 3 BDRM. HOUSE, 826 Benita PL, quiet cul-desac near schools. Avail. 6/10 $730 $775, 293201.0, aft. 5/15. BC HR 3bdrm;, 13/4 bath home in Highland Hills. Available the middle of May. $850 mo., 454-2878. HR DUPLEX HOUSE Boulder City Refurbished 2 Bedroom Duplex House with New Carpet, Interior Paint, has Laundry Room $575. ANCHOR REALTY/ Call Manny 2940870 Golf Course Home Large Boulder City 4 Bedroom 15 Bath on Mancha. Huge Master Bedroom, family room, Dining rooms, 2 car garage. 3,000 sq. ft $1300 per month. Available May 1 ANCHOR REALTY/ Call Manny 2940870 Brand nw Indian Ridg* honriM, 3 bedroom, 2 full bath, $850 rant. $700 deposit. S^ond month $50 rebate. RV parking. Sec. 8 Welcome. 3 bedroom, 13/4 bath Hbme, $700 rent, $600 deposit. 4 bedroom, 2 ba. home, $875 rent, $700 deposit. DONNA 564-5142 QnluiKJR Rf/itrv, a Are you running out of time to make over 300,000 sales calls? Wc can help. We'll publish your clauificd mcswgc in almost evety newipaper in the lUie of Nevada for just J99 fort 25-wort message. Classified ads for Ixuinest, personal produca w tervicct are welcome. Just call or visit the Heixienoo Home News for details. We'll maloe over 300,000 sales calls for you next weekl For only $99.T(yu$. iHBCPublications 435-7700 nv^can kOOMS FOR RENT KITCHENETTES w/ cable. 293-7673. BC RR To GENTLEMAN SHARE HIS HOME w/ lady, 2 Bdrm., 2 Bath. Call Morns. 294-1892. BC. RR Boulder Dam Hotel historic landmark offers low day rates and week specials at only $115 p/ wk., includes tax. Free local calls, cobr TV. 2931808. BC. RR 2 Rooms, unfurnished, private bath, kitchen privileges, off-street parking, util. pakJ. $300/ mo. 566-0794. RR -6HARE FURNISHED HOME DOWNTOWN HDN. Private B/R & rgn of house. $200 mo. plus 1/3 utilities, 294-0308. BC RR CHOICE MOBILE home/ buikjing lots in Sandy Valley. 2 Wacres ea. Power at the'site, underground phone, paved and/or gravel roads. Seller offering good terms. Phone Grace, Century21 Money WorW, 593-7704 LO Price/Slashed for Quick Sale. Ready to build on custom k)f, near Warm Springs & Major. Exc. views, horses OK, all util. only $32,000. Call Judy Allison, The Land LadyBest Realty, 255-8881. LO ATTENTION Custom building lot, lake area, price drastically reduced tor quick sale, $75,000. Call 294-0057, Iv. msg. LO Henderson Trailer Haven, spaces for rent: 12x50 max. $220/mo plus $150 deposit. 5656960. LO For Sale: Mission Hills, .gaacre, 836 Santa Ynez Ave., $65 K. (619)4364293. LO BYOWNER. Building lot tor custom or modular home, 110' X 95". Elec. SVC paid. Price Reduced, 293-2126. BC LO REAL ESTATE For Sale by Owner; 3-4 bdrm., 2 ba., double car garage, completely landscaped, with sprinkler system, fenced back yard. $91,000. Call 5652673 after 5 pm/weekdays. RE GREEN VALLEY 3 Bdrm., 3 ba., Townhouse numerous upgrades. Immaculate Home w/private spa. Assum. Nonqualifying Loan. Call Pat, Boulder Dam Realty, 2934663. BC RE 2 Bdrm., 2 Ba., Customized Condo, Ground Fkr, 2 Entrances, Park like setting w/pool. Call Pat, Boulder Dam Realty, 293-4663. BC RE EXQUISITE OLDER B.C. HOME was 3 bdrm., now converted to 2 with huge master suite. Sunken fam./rm. fireplace, Irg. lot, carport. Fenced, patios & porch. Must see. By owner $105,000. Call Terry or Norma. 2935448. BC RE Sunset/Whitney Ranch, 1/2 of duplex (other half also available), 3 bdrm. 2 ba., 1 car garage, f/p, outdoor spa, 1260 sq. ft. Plus or minus, exc. cond. reduced to $74,950. MLS #99258, Tom McCance, 896-7266 or 1-800-7661151. Realty Executives. RE WANTTO KNOW WHAT YOUR PROPERTY IS WORTH? Free market analysis. Call Roger 2932939 Realtor, Coldwell Banker/Anchor Realty. RE HOME AND BUSINESS INONELOCATIONIB.C. 1750 sq.ft.,3bdrm. home w/a majestic view of the El Dorado Valley, on nearly an acre. Only 10 seconds from your 510,000 sq. ft. office and warehouse. You never have to leave vour business unattended again. PriMerk:a Realty. Inc. Call Cary, 293-6573. RE By Owner, $5000 bek>w appraisal; immaculate 1200 sq. ft., 3 bdrm., 2 ba., double garage, fence, many extras. 5666758 or 566-6260. RE 24x60GoManWMlMH In Olngarwood Mobil* Horn* Park (sr. park) CallLukaai Valley Mobil* Horn** 43S-4778 or 379-2810 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE BY OWNER Drive By and See, 1200 5thSt.,BoukierCity,NV, 3 Bdrm., 1 3/4 ba.. Ceiling Fans, Central Heating and Codling, 10x20 workshop, 8x 10 storage shed, RvPkg.+off street parking. Call for appt., 293-2583, $99,500. BC RE Highland Hills bank forecbsure. 3 bdrm. 21 /2 ba. approx. 1900 sq.ft. 2 cai garage, RV parking. Great family neighborhood. Don't missthis one. Call immediately. Marsha or Robin, 798-5570 or 496-1811, or 496-5125. RANCHO VISTA REALTY. RE Highland foreclosure. 1/2ba., approx. ft. 2 car garage, RV parking. Great family neighborhood. Don't miss this one. Call immediately ED-798-5570 or eve. 381-2930. RANCHO VISTA REALTY. RE By owner, VA home, 3 bdrm., 2 ba., liv. rm., dining rm., kit., fam. rm., covered patio, block wall, newly painted, trees, grape artwr, shed. See anytime. 565-9196, $87,000. RE RRAL ESTATE Hills-Tbank 9. 3 barm. 2 prox.i900sq. 1|9Br'8archllBhl llHIj Horn* on 3 .ffHWy.. Lot,| Any ReuoMbla Offer* Will Be Considered. Call Urry at 566-6700 or 5937624. FOR SALE BY OWNER 3bdrm.,2ba, new carpet, near shopping. 445 Woodridge Dr., Hend., 564-3579, PRICED TO SELL! Super Vl*w of llw Valley Iroin Pool ATMI y*r CM HHI Punn M HMUT. Pool PunVk aPootaMtploKMpHSpoiklng Ctotnl CupM 4 Otk Flooring riaoi OiKy i Vow Oldl Co* Dot* REAL ESTATt BOULDER CITY NOT QUITE RIGHT FOR YOU? Darling 2 Bdrm.. 2 ba., move-in condition home at the very bvely Lake's Area at Las Veg as. Call Pat, Boulder am Realty, 293-4663. BC RE Govl. Foreclosures, bw down payment, owner/ occupant, gd. credit required, Liberty Realty, 566-9521. RE REAL LSTATE TOWN HOUSE. ARROWHEAD ESTATES. Henderson, 2 br., 2 ba., 2 car garage, pool, patio, near shopping, schools, expressway, 1400 sq. It., $79,900. 564-9171. RE 2 Bdrm., 1 ba. Immaculate Condo w/loveiy view of the park like grounds w/pool. Call Pat, Boulder Dam Realty, 2934663. BC RE Custom homes with 2 car garage from $49,995 in Pahrump-8-10 weeks to build on your lot. Over 100 bts for sale, inc. golf course properties. PVH Real Estate 1-727-0445. RE Hd., 4 years new, good starter or retirement home. Large master & living rm. Cathedral ceilings, like new. 2 bdrm., 2 ba., $80,000, 564-9639. RE •••••eeeeee Whit 1 Darling 4 badroom, 2 bath Horn* Ihit I*, and in "a Family Oriantad Ar** Tool W* Racommtnd Quick Action on TM* On* if tt Fit* Your N**d*l Call Janat S68-67IX) Assumable.noqual., on this 3 br., 2 ba. home, with tile roof, huge lot, and more for $108,000. Owner/ licensee, 565-327Z n the $70's lots of room for growing family. 3 and 4 bedrooms. Call Fred & Ellle Knapp 5664500. BOULDER CITY 3 Bdrm., 2 Ba., LIv. Rm., 22 x 17 Fam. Rm., 20 X16 & FP, new kitchen (oak) Dining 22 x 10, lot* of ctoaeta, oenlral A/H. Many upgradee/amenHlee. U v. apace 1,740 af. Ptua 2 car gar. w/opener. Fenced/ hilly landacaped lawn*. Large lot 144 x 70 ONLY $155,900. Owner 294-1570,1210 Ave. I, Principal* Only. BEST DEAL BY THE LAKE 528 Swallow Cove. 4 yrs. new on 1/4 acre. 2,500 sf., 4 bd., 3 ba. Fully landscaped w/mature trees, $229,000. 293-5248. BC 3 BDRM. 1 BATH, walk In ctoaete and dreaaing rm. Den, aun room, huge fireplace, garage, RV prfcg. New floor, bathroom & kitchens. New paint iQside and out Corner lot. 75 x 118, fenced back yard with big garden. Only $135,000 for this beautiful, 1823 eq. ft home. In the greenest part of clean, green BC. 293-0049. Popular 2 Story Highland Hill* 'TT.1 Hoina on Larg* LotI Baautlful Fancad Pool Aral, l.arga Tllad KHchan, Malur* Shada Traaa. CaH Janet tor Mora on thi* Onal 566.6700. CONTRACTOR'S DREAM 2600 SO. FT. CUSTOM HOiyiE on 1 1/4 acr*. Additional 900 *q. ft. • •parata building In rear can bs u*d for buslnost. Extra* galora under $2O0,0OO.CallFrad&Ellie Knepp 566-4500. CALLCOLDWELLBANKER COLDWELL BANKER ANCHOR REALTY 501 Nevada Hwy>i Boulder City 293-5757 THREE BDRM. MOBILE 1440 s.f., fenced yard, spa/gazebo, RV parking. $94,900. EXPANDED CHALET MODEL with open floor plan. Family rm. w/wet bar, island cooking, 24x30 garage, private spa and more! $239,500. TOP OF THE HILL! 4 Bdrm., 3 bath on 7/CM>cre lot with RV partclng. New roof & paint. $249,000.' ROOM TO SPREAD OUT. Elegant custom tri-level. 7 car garage, 2 horae stalls & corrals, too many amenities to list! $595,000. BUILDING LOTS most with lake views! Call for Informatton. KEY LARGO CONDO, 1787 s.f. used as vacation home. Sellers want to trade for home with lake view and boat parking. $205,000.00. RESTAURANT BUSINESS AND BLDG. located on Nevada Hwy. ShoWn by appL $382,000. TWO BDRM. MFG. HOME with 3 car garage, rv covered parking, screened In patio, 2104 s.f. $194,000. LAKE VIEW FOUR BDRM. CUSTOM. Pool, spa, family rm. and mat. bdrm. have a fireplace wKh rock fronts, large kitchen w/jennajre and sub zero refrigerator. $465,000. QUIET AREA with view of mountains! Two bdrm., 2 car garage and 2 car carport, plus RV parking. $131,900. LEWIS 2 BDRM.-country kitchen, 2 car garage, kite of upgrades. Reduced to $124,500. LAKE VIEW 3 Bdrm., Family Rm., 2 car garage In Lake Mtn. Eatates. Great bujf at $227,500. TWO .74 PARCELS In HND. near Racetrack and Warm Springs. $39,900. ea. and Owner will finance! NEW LISTING LIKE NEW 3 bdrm^dpjKi fir. plan. New carpet, vinyl In baths, new cook top & hood, dl^0nher, garage door & opener, RV parking. $139,500. GREAT FAMILY HOjME WITH POOL! 3 bdrm., 2 bath, 2 car garage, desert landscaping In front, grass in rear. $149,900. GREAT PRICE WITH LAKE VIEW. 2 bdrm., 2 bath, 10x32 covered deck, 12x40 carport & 11x12 workshop. Beautiful desert landscaping. $124,900. FREE! LIST OF ALL HOMES FOR SALE IN BOULOER CITY. GET ON OUR MAIUNG LIST. <^ 01990 Coldwel Bankw RMid*ntll Rail Eitala. An Equal Oppoftunlly Conpany. Equal HouiJng Oppcxiunlly. Somt OHIOM Indapandantly Ownad and Oparalad LAKE VIEW 2 bdrm., 2 bath $174,900. THREE DUPL^EXES 1 and 2 bdrm. units, central location $119,900 and $145,1 5,|)00. LAND WONDERFUL VIEWS B Hill and Laike Mead view lots $109,900 and up. RETAIL/COMMERCIAL FOR SALE AND RENT FOOD BUSINESS wpll established, great lease terms, oall for details. FOR SALE all or part, approx. 9,960 sq. ft., all units rented, call (or details $775,000. FOR RENT Highway frontage, retail/office space, first month free, .85 sq. ft. RENTALS 2 bdrm., 2 baths, condos $600 plus deposit. 3 bdrms.,'2 baihs home, 2 car garage $875 plus deposit COME IN OR CALL FOR A FREE LIST OF ALL AVAILABLE;/ PROPERTIES IN BOULDER CITY Beth Aldworth peane. Broker 293-7074 • Dorothy MoGn • 293-5087 Cristina LeBreton Fernald 293-0116 1 REAL ESTATE RFAL ESTATE LOCAL RESIDENT '4 REALTOR BIART BOARD SPECIAUZING IN BOULDER CITY PROPERTIES SINCE 1984 1664 NEVADA HWY.. BouMcr City, NV 89005 OFWCE; (702) 2M.4663 HOME: (702) 293-7254 •••••••••••••••eoeeoee THINKING ABOUT A REFINANCE? NOW IS THE TIME TO DO IT! SECURITY MORTGAGE ASKFOR DEMAND GOOD SERVICE AND HONESTY IN YOUR LENDERS WE DEUVER CALL TODAY 846-7121 Go Wltk Experience & Succcaa Wha Buying or Selllngl JOSIE OLSON, REALTOR MULTI-MILUGN D01XARCI.UB 454-7400 ThePnidential Southwest Realty NEW HOMES & RESALES Henderson and Green Valley Properties ASSUMABLE^ QUAUFYING, 2 story with masKerbearoom down. $19,000 ^ down/$732/nio. On ly 6 years old! ^ FORECLOSURE IMMINENT. One story, ^ 2 bedroom, brick fireplace, vaulted ^ ceilings. Owner will consider carrying with $13,000 down. POOL & SPA!! Freshly decorated home ^ with luah landscaping. Gazebo, 3' bedrooms, large 2 car garage. Under I SIOOK. ^JDC INVESTMENTS 739-9100jiSs^:iS^18s^i|sRi^ • jSS!;S^^^^^ THIS IS A MUST SEE Fantastic location Iti Lake Mountain Estates. Unobstructed view of Lake Mead from livingroom of this light and airy 2 bedroom mobile home. Perfect for retirees. NICEST HOIVIE ON THE BLOCK This northwest Las Vegas home is perfect for the growing family. 4 bedrooms, fenced yard, and the loan is assumable too! See for yourself. BETTER THAN NEW • Immaculate 4 bedroom home in River Landing. MoveIn condition. Formal dining room plus family room w/firepiace. Panoramic view of Las Ve^as lights and mountains. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY • Easy owner-operated children's furnishings store in busy shopping center. GREATFAMILY HOME • 3 bedroom 2 3/4 bath with pool. Light colors, Jacuzd tub in master • RV parking $89,900. BETTER THAN MODEL • nearly new but owner has done all the upgrades. Ceramic tile entry and kitchen ceiling fans mirrored wardrobe. Closet doors block fence under $160,000. SUPERB DELITE This 3 bedroom w/ garage is immaculate from the freshly painted interior to the finely manicured lawn. All block walled and only $81^00. THIS FIXER needs a new owner 3 bedrooms, extra large lot, landscaped and only $79,999. WANT IT ALL?? Large quality custom on comer lot in popular River Mountain Estates. 3 bedrooms, 3 1/2 baths with a list of amenities that won't quit. Crystal chandeliers, gourmet island kitchen w/ custom cabinets. Fully fenced and landscaped to perfection. 204 w. Pacific Ave., Henderson tquJTtSman OO^'O 7 ^4i ornjuiuNrrv BACH QmaifnK)wn.row)aD AMD anRATBJ Tuesday, May 4,1993 Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Page 21 REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE 293-6014 & ASSOCIATES • LEWIS HOME 3 BEDROOM 1 3/4 BTH 2CAR OAR FRUrr TREES, ONLY t135,000111 TOP OF THE MOUNTAIN 3 1/3 ACRES 4BD 4BTH POOL S QUEST HOUSE t7S5,000. • LAKE AREA POOL, 36X39 GARAGE PLUS RV PARKING 4 BEDROOM 3 BATH $299,000. • 8UB/111/2 ACRE ZONEQ FOR HORSES t LOCATED IN CUSTOM HOME AREA t10,000. • LAKE VIEWSI YOU BETI CUSTOM 3 BED. 2STH FAMILY RM, POOL/PLUS $275,000. KEY LARGO! BEAUTIFUL 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH 2CAR GARAGE, LAKE VIEWS $185,900. • CUSTOM 5BEDR00M 4 1/2 8TH 5000 SOFT ON 3/4 ACRE GREAT VIEWSOF BOULDER OTtk MOUNTAIN RANGES $395,000. • BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY! OFFICE/RETAIL 900 BUCHANAN BLVO, HEAVY TRAFFKS CT. (Desert ^ SUN REALTY CALL24HR8. FUU,TIME (702) 293-2151 FUU/flERVRE SINCE 1978 1000 IW Hy, #101, Boulder City I PRIVACY AND VIEWS: Yours alone, B.C. custom, 1/2 acre, only $339,500. I See today. PERFECT SECOND HOME: quiet aduH condo, no stairs, like new, extras, our | exclusive, only $76,500. Call now. LAKE MEAD: why pay for a lake view | & not have one? Over 1600 s.f., luxury living, $127,950. See t>efore you buy. BUYERS: You deserve your own agent, especially when we can demonstrate for you the savings. Just ask I I forthedetalls, noobligatlon,of course;' RENTALS I Highland Hills 3 BR, garage, available May 3rd, $825.00. BQulderHiys, ItiiQfiedlate poMn^lon. $585?m(r .w:gaa Henderson Realty, Inc. "The Property People" 18 Water Street 564-2515 :. QnlUO^ VERYNICE3bdr.,2ba.homa -rT ^ In wonderful aroa. Beautiful yard, open ftoor plan & 2 car garage. Assumable no^ual. toan. LOADED WITH EXTRAS & immaculate. 2 bdr., 2 ba. condo, f/p, formal dining, balcony. See the difference between Ho-Hum & WOW. GIANTYARDFULLYFENCEO 2 bdr. w/lovely screened & glassed patio. Don't missthis one! ^^ Q,^l MEGA SPACE for the $$$. '!^ SI ^^'* 3 bdr. home Is ready for your large family. QgJUUL, GREEN VALLEY Upgraded j_^^^?2l Emerald Court home on oversized loL $126,900. QgiUf/u. SELLER will negotiate any ^Zp ^^ repairs. Charming 3 bdr. home, full fence, RV parking, quiet k>catk>n. $71,950. OrlUK. REAR YARD ACCESS 3 bdr, ..^^CTi^ifl. 2 ba, hobby/laundry rm.,aep. den/offkM, fully fenced, great location, lots of sq. fL for $87,500. (jrk ^ COZY PATIO HOME 2 bdr., 2 ---y ^ ba., 1220 sf. Just for you. Qf*y PRICE REDUCED 3 bdr., 2.5 -r~ r2! bath, 2 car garage. French doora open to covered patk> a pool. Bring the horees. Can lor a FREE Market Analyaia for your property! eiaMCMu>y21 RMlEHMCixporalionatiuMMtortwNAf • • nd'*tiad* Ccfpontai REAL ESTATE SAN DIEGO OCEANFRONT CONDOMINIUMS: Panoramic ocaanviews, beautifully furnished. Great location to all attractions, excellent restaurants and shopping. Daily, weekly, monthly rates. CAPRI BEAGHACCOMMODATIONS. 1-800-542-2774. RE Excellent Price for this Large 4 br. Homel New Pool & Gaa Healed Spa Tool Many Extras with this Home. Call Dave 566-6700 REAL ESTATE TIME SHARE UNITS and campground memberships. Distress sales Cheapll Worldwide selections. Call VACATION NETWORK U.S. and Canada 1-800-5436173. Free rental information 1-305-563-5586. RE 1/4 ACRE LOT w/lg. 2 Bdrm. dbl. wide, Exc. Nghbrhd., Cororiado Esis. REDUCED TO $82,000 obo. Call COLLECT eves. 1-962-8614 or 293-2359. BC. RE 4Lines$5Shl REAL ESTATE LAKE MEAD VIEW LOT Lowest Priced lot in very lovely Lake Mead Area. Ready to Build on. Call Pat, Boulder Dam Realty, 293-4663. BC RE HENDERSON, for sale/ rent. Custom ENERGY EFFICIENT 3/2 plus 2 car garage.* All types of EXTRAS. View lot. 5657677. RE LAKE MTN. ESTS. Breathtaking, unobstructed Lake View. 2/3 Bdrm. w/garage & workshop, numerous amenities, BOULDER DAM REALTY. Ask for Pat, 293-4663. BC RE DUPLEX with GARAGES + I Over $1,500 Monthly Income to offset mortgage payments in BoulderCity. Refurbished interiors, central air and heat. $154,500. Thisis an Exclusive Usting, Principles Call Manny 294-0870 LAKE VIEW REDUCED $6,000 \ Spectacular Lake & Valley View Lot, Over .80 Acres, See this Golden Opportunity in Boulder City. Must see view for yourself. [Grading for pad and drive now at site! Make Offer Now! Fabulous View Townhome! Best Unobstructed Lake View from this Beautiful Lake Terrace Townhome. 3 Bedroom, Tri-leveL 2 car Garage, Pool, Tennis Court,andSpa. Frioe Reduced $10,5001 Now Only $189,000. MOBILE HOME WITH LOT Family Size 3 Bedroom 2 Bath with Gorgeous Gazebo & Spa. | Large Covered Patio Deck, Fenced Side Yard, RV Boat Parking. Spacious 1440 Sq. feet In BoulderCity. Price Reduced Now $94,9001 Beach Street in Henderson Great Starter Opportunity, 3 bedroom 1.5 bath with fenced yard, + Garage. Take Advantage of Low Interest Rates=Low Monthly Payments. With Only $4,000 Down, Now Only $69,500 3 Mead View Estates Lots Ready to Build in BoulderCity. Prestigious & Conforming Custom HomeSite Area. Greater Than .45 Acres Each. Priced From $149,900. Call Now for Flyers on these & other Boulder City Lots. COLDUieU. BANKSRO ANCHOR REALTY f£> CALL MANNY 294-0870 Jensen 's Realt THE BEST FOR YOU 564-3333 219 WATER STREET SERVING HENDERSON SINCE 1978 AL ONE OF OUR BEST 50 CUSTOM HOME LOTS ACROSS THE STREET FROM MISSION HILLS. Lots are fully Improved with streets & utilities to the front. FROM $41,500. CALL KEN OR DON FOR MORE INFO. RESIDENTIAL: ROMANTIC 2 bdrm., loft, beautiful carpet, brass fixtures & lighting, prh/ate patlo. Only $54,950. CALL DON. LEGACY VILUGE—Living at It's best In this outstanding 2 story home, 4 bdrms., 2.5 baths, 3 car garage, UR w/plantatlon shutters, F/R w/wet bar & F/P, over 2,300 SF, cul-de-sac. CALL DON. NEW CARPETTHRU-OUT—GREAT BACKYARD...well lighted for evening emertainlng...great family home... HIGHLAND HILLS. CALL PEGGY COLE. EXCELLENT CONDITION!! 3 bdrm., nicely landscaped front and rear, RV parking, dog run In the yard—HILLCREST MANOR AREA. CALL LUKE. SUMMER IS AROUND THE CORNER!! Spend your hot days around this fantastic pool! Huge 4 bdrm., 2 bath in desirable Highland Hills. CALL SHARI OR TERRIE NOW!! 2627 KAREN—very nice patlo home In Vegas. 2 bdrm., 1.75 bath, garage, wet bar and prhracy. These afe only a few of the plus's on this one. CALL PEGGY B. OR RAY C. $87,500. NICE CUSTOM HOME ON 1 ACRE with horse corrals, circular drive. HUGE rooms, heart shaped bathtub, 3 bedrooms and more. CALL PEGGY B. FOR INFO. LOVELY HIGHLAND HILLS...4 bdrm. with solar heated pool and beautiful landscaping. CALL PEGGY COLE. KIT...ONE OF THE FINEST MOBILE HOMES BUILT...3 bdrms., 2 bath, 1885 sq. fL pm a 60X100 lot, located In Country Club Village Rtoblls Estatss. CALL RANDY FOR ALL THE DETAILS. SPECTACULAR HOME IN GV!! Professionally decorated, 4 bdrms., 2.5 baths, 2story. Over 2400 SF, large corner lot, custom bulltlns, 3 Fireplaces. AND THE FINEST OF ALL—ONLY $184,900. CALL DON VIEW OF LAS VEGAS-.46 acre. $40,000. CALL ROBERT FOR INFO. PRICE REDUCED $5,000!!!...Sec. 19 corner of Delamar and RIdgsway. Check It out! Super corner lot for only $42,500.1/2 acre with all utilltlss and streets. CALL PEGGY BENEDICT FOR MORE. NICE CORNER LOT In fast growing Sec. 27. Water, power, and sewer to property. $45,000. CALL TERRY FOLK. SEC 32 PARADISE HILLS—two 1 acre lots...Construction coming closer. Near new freeway offramp at College. ^7,000 & $47,000. CALL PEGGY BENEDICT. 3 BUILDING LOTS IN B.C.-^ALL REDUCED IN PRICE. One overk>oks Lake Mead. CALL LUKE. COMMERCIAL LUKE AND PEGGY COLE CAN FILL YOUR COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL NEEDS. COMMERCIAL CASTLE—6,450 sq. ft. Castle with 18 hole miniature golf course. Perfect for theme restaurant or night club. Located on Sunset Rd. CALL KEN. PABCO AND KING—1.75 acre property, well located, possible Mini-Storage. CALL PEGGY COLE. FOR SALE/LEASE COMMERCIAL SPACE FOR LEASE: 101 Atlantk:. Approx. 600 sq. ft. CALL LUKE OR PEGGY B. FOUR COMMERCIAL SPACES FOR LEASE.. .35 E. BASIC, 9007200 Sa FT. CALL DON. APPRQX. 18,000 sa FT. ON BOULDER HWy.-2oned CH. Great Locatton. CALL PEGGY COLE. Across From The New City Hall and Convention Center REAL ESTATE 2 story, 4 t)drm., 3 t>a., fam. room, forhial diritng room, 2 car gar, auto sprinklers, Ig. grassed backyard with block wall, walking distance to Faye Galloway school, $105,000, $2000 under appraised value. 826 Spikenard, 565-0740. RE Ownw* Anxious lo Sdll Cll Bob on this 3 Ballroom, 1 3/4 Bath, Upgradsd Homo With BatamantI And All Appllancaa Siayl Call Soon SMaka*nOtfarlSee-6700. • CLOSE OUT • • SILVERCREST • ?MOBILE HOMES? •only 2 la Qraat Hoof* *plina al raduead prieas. • At low i $49,987. Grsat • ^vlaw of Eldondo Villa]. .Partsd tor Ratiramarjt •coupla J 293-2263 • Ml ••••• GRAHID OPEMSfG! from the Best buy In Hamkraont Look wtwl • oHtf.. nw^tomt ^n avwv hoffM Cwwnlc IIB oeunMrlop* Ovil gardwi luba Cholea o( l(idcaptng n*i roota and vaulM caWnga I 3 M 4 bsdroom* • 10 inlnuM to Lak* Itm4 1 Ul Vagaal PhM I i* Mtling iHil SUaSETVIEW S4-3609 BOUMH Hwy. 10 L*ka Me*d, •••t to Wtnn Spring*, uuttl lollowing tM ilgna. CHECK THIS COOL POOL— THIS ARROWHEAD ESTATES H0MEISLESSTHAN2YEARS OLD A rualy lived In. Now vaunt and roady lor your fonlly. Thraa bir, two btha., •xtraa galora. Sallars lo*a la your gain. Hurry on thi* onal Call now to raaarva your aaat In tha apa. Frad AEHI* Knapp, sM.45ao, $11 e,soo. LOWEST PWCE IN THE AREAI FREE list of all homes, townhomes, condos, custom home lots and manufactured homes Is available for pick up, mail or fax. If you need assistance in buying or selling real estate, call us — we're here to help!! WHAT WE DO IS GIVE YOU ALL THE INFORMATION YOU NEED TO MAKE YOUR OWN INFORMED CHOICER. i RESIDENTIAL — COMMERCIAL LOTS — INCOME — RENTALS 9 am to 5 pm, Mon-Fri., 10 am to 4 pm, Sat., ^GOOD PARKING —. EASV ACCESS Phone 8 am to 8 pm. 24 hr. Fax. Mary Board ,. 293-7254 Pat Bernstein ^ 294-1746 —-Linette Davis 293-1097 Ellen Lamb Stromberg 293-6508 Stephen Banaszak, Broksr BOULDER CITY SPECIALISTS 293-4663 FAX: (702) 293-4645 *** SUNDAY & EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT*** 1664 Nevada Hwy. (In Marshall Plaza) ^^-'^-'-^---''- DICK BLAIR REALTY A33 NEUADAHWY., BOULDER CITY (702)293-2171^ AfTEK HOURS CALL Patty Guiry-Spr 2934K7S Andrea Andcnon J93J22I Rhonda Sledge 293-7975 Rkh Moynlhaa .2t3-lt Bob Blair, Brakv 293-24 Cindy Bandy 2*4-291* Nancy Murphy 2*3-32*2 iii Serving Boulder City Since 1968 HOMES SUPER SHARPS 1,226 sq. ft., 3 bed, 1 ba., block conat., cov. patlo, workshop BEAUTIFULLY LANDSCAPED, EXC. COND. $120,000. NEW CUSTOM HOME 2,252 sq. ft., 3 bedrm., 2 1/2 ba., GUEST QTRS. CUSTOM KIT., 2 csr gar., ROOM FOR RV PARKQ. POOL. $225,000. ARCHITECTURAL MASTERPIECE! 0ns of ths most magnlflceni estates In So. NV. Located on 3.68 acres, w/PANORAMIC VIEWS. Over 6,000 sq. ft. In main house. Guest house, 1,700 sq. ft. 7 car gar. Sw. POOL, 2 SPAS. LUSH LANDSCAPING. CALL BOB for details $2,000,000. ON 7TH FAIRWAY—B.C. GOLF COURSE. CUSr TOM 3 or 4 bedrm., 13/4 ba., FAM. RM. F.P., Cov. patlo, gar. $192,500. GREAT PRICE—for this R-3 zoned 2.bedrm., 1 ba. home In GREAT CONDITION, SEE IT TODAY, REDUCED TO $102,500. WEU MAINTAINED DEL PRADO TRMJEVCL 2,154 sq. ft 4 bedrm., 2 1/2 ba. 2 csr FINISHED GAR. w/ security door. LARQELOTA BARGAIN AT$169,900. NEAR GREEN VALLEY, 3 bod., 2 ba., 2 car gar. SOLAR HEATED POOL,EXCELLENT COND. INSIDE A OUT. $126,600. OWNERSHIP OPPORTUNITY! 2 bed., 2 bs. 2 car gar. 1,572 sq. ft. SEE !T TODAY! $137,600. PRIDE OF OWNERSHIP. This home shows exceptionally wel! both Inside and out. 2 bed., 2 ba., 2 csr gar. spa. 1154 sq. ft. $129,000. MOBILE HOMES • IN PARKS IN GINGERWOOD—14' x 60' FUQUA FRONT t REAR BEDROOMS, 1-3/4 bs., all sppl., cor. lot $26,500. EXCEPTIONAL 10'x50' MARLETTE w/6'x14' rm. add. $12,500. 14'x56'wlth 10'x24'addon room. IN EXCELLENT CONDITION, CORNER LOT, Good view of Mountains, Price just reduced. $25,900. MODULAR HOMES WITH UND IN MTN. VISTA—1990 HALLMARK, 24x56', 2 bed., 2 bs., Dfywall Int., on Cui-de-Sac, desert landscaped. RV Parkg. $111,000. GET SET FOR EASY UVING-1964 Budger, 2 bed., 1 be., RV^/BOAT parkg., lanced yard, QOlet area W/view of desert NEAT ft CLEAN-IN VALLEY VIEW ESTATES $60,000. CONDOMINIUMS TOWNHOU8ES PRICE REDUCED AND A LAKE VIEWII This Spyglass condo has over 1,200 sq. ft, 2 bedrms., 2 1/2 ba., F.P. ft balcony GREAT VIEW PRKCD TO SELL AT $119,500. LAKETREE TOWNHOUSE-Corner unit, 2 bed. 2 ba. 2 car gar. INDOOR SPA, neer cerpel ft ^. paint $124,000. .,-^ Youtrent dollars will B UY THIS CONDOIII Close to downtown ft Shopping-shows "Pride of Ownership" 2 bed. 2 ba. PRICED TO SELL $60,000. PRIME LOCATION IN REGATTA PT. View of the Lake • next to pool ft Greenbelt. Over 1500 aq. ft., 2 bedrms., 2 be., F.P. den, Brick patlo ft garage. THIS WON'T LAST LONG AT $179,900. EASY LIVING AT irS FINEST! I Over 1,800 sq. ft. In this COMPLETELY UPGRADED REGATTA POINT lownhouss. 2 bedrm. den/ office, 2 bs. With VIEW/UKE MEAD from patlo. $189,500. LAND 1/2 ac. lot. Sub 11, exceptional view city ft Mtns. $86,500. DESIGN YOUR OWN HOME to take advantage of the UKE VIEW. .22 acre In Lake Terrace. BEST DEAL IN TOWN for $89,000. RENTALS 2 bdrm. 2 ba. 2. cov. carports, no pets, $550.00 2 bed. 2 tM. CONDO 2 oov. carports, ctose In AVAIL BY April 9, child wslconM $575. NEW CARPET ft PAINT. 1,344 sq. ft. MOD. HOME W/ViEW LAKE MEAD, 2 bed., 2 ba., fam. rm., wet bar, laundry rm., cov. patlo, gar. AVAILABLE MAY S. $850. 4 Bed., 2 be., POOL. 2,400 eq. fL, re& rm., 2 F.P., avail, by Apr. 10, cMM/om. pet welcome, $1,000. Can for appt. 1/2 DUPLEX, 3 bed., 2 be., fenced reer yard, child welcome. $750. AVAIL BY MAY 2. Nice condo, 2 bed., 2 IM., 2 oov. cer ap., dose bi. $500., avail. May 1. 3 bed., 1 be., large 2 cer gar. house—ALL NEW PAINT, CARPET, MINI BUNDS, fenced rear yard—evelL by May 10. $825. Call for appt. >-' Stop by and pick up your FREE CURRENT LIST OF PROPERTIES AVAIUVBLE FOR SALE smcnirry AND niTBinirry is ooi SPKULTY fnrltfigf il£ i • ,; • i • • • • ii • -r^-^'iHiiMMMMAMMMMMMMim^

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Page 20 Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada i^" Tuesday, May 4,1993 CONDO SALFS CONDO SALES OPEN HOJJSE Saturday & Sunday Maya &9 From 11 to 3 440 Enterprise, Boulder City 293-4498 Peggy HURRY-ONLY 2 LEFT! DEL REY CONDOS 850 Der Rey Drive 2 bdrm., 2 bath, 1128 Sq. Ft., 2nd floor unit, $89,950. 3 bdrm., 21/2 bath, garage, 1500 Sq. Ft., 2 story unit $119,500. Great In-town location. Walking distance to everythlngi CONDOMINIUM FOR SALE 440 Enterprise, Boulder City 2 br., 2 ba., den, atrium, whirlpool tub In master bath, alarm system, vaulted ceilings with plant shelves, VIEW OF LAKE MEAD, $225,000. 566-6700 or 293-4498, PEGGY HBC PUBLICATIONS HOUSE RENTALS 4 BDRM., 2 car gar., $950,1 Bdrm. Duplex w/ util. $595. Hyde Realty, 293-6014. BC HR FOR RENT Small older home, 3 bdrm., 1 ba. & stg. area, $750 mo. -f $950 dep. Avail. 5/15. Refs. Req'd., 293-6293. BC HR 3 BDRM., 2 BA., 2 Car Gar., Ferwed Yard. Avail. 6/15. Villa Del Prado, 496-4552. BC HR 3 BDRM., 2 bath, 2 car g ar., RV pkg., cvd. patio, eautifulnomeon private street. $900 mo., 2941341. BC HR Cute2bdrm.Hd. house, new carpet, fenced yard, only $625 mo. Call Ste ve2 28-8^68.. HR 3" BDRM., 1 BA., NO Garage, No pets. No Smoking Near Park. Avail, approx. 5/26 $750 '-* • $750 dep., 293-3786. SC HR Advertise i^ilnsthe Atevvs HOUSE RENTALS FOR RENT: 1-2-3 Bedroom Trailers, 565-7141. HR 3 br., 2 1/2 ba., Arrowhead estate townhome, 2 car gar. $750/mo. plus deposit. Call Al, Jensen's Realty, 564-3333. HR 3 br., 2 ba., custom home on 1/2 acre, f/p, laundry rm., 2 car gar., $975/mo. plus dep.. Call Al, Jensen's Realty, 5643333. HR FOUR BDRM. popular Lewis home. Remodeled int. Nice yard. RV prkg. $950 mo., 293-5229. BC HR HENDERSON HOME 3 Bdrm., 2 bath, all appls. & fp, exc. cond., new carpet, drapes & paint, $795,293-6593. B£ HR 3 BDRM. HOUSE, 826 Benita PL, quiet cul-desac near schools. Avail. 6/10 $730 $775, 293201.0, aft. 5/15. BC HR 3bdrm;, 13/4 bath home in Highland Hills. Available the middle of May. $850 mo., 454-2878. HR DUPLEX HOUSE Boulder City Refurbished 2 Bedroom Duplex House with New Carpet, Interior Paint, has Laundry Room $575. ANCHOR REALTY/ Call Manny 2940870 Golf Course Home Large Boulder City 4 Bedroom 15 Bath on Mancha. Huge Master Bedroom, family room, Dining rooms, 2 car garage. 3,000 sq. ft $1300 per month. Available May 1 ANCHOR REALTY/ Call Manny 2940870 Brand nw Indian Ridg* honriM, 3 bedroom, 2 full bath, $850 rant. $700 deposit. S^ond month $50 rebate. RV parking. Sec. 8 Welcome. 3 bedroom, 13/4 bath Hbme, $700 rent, $600 deposit. 4 bedroom, 2 ba. home, $875 rent, $700 deposit. DONNA 564-5142 QnluiKJR Rf/itrv, a Are you running out of time to make over 300,000 sales calls? Wc can help. We'll publish your clauificd mcswgc in almost evety newipaper in the lUie of Nevada for just J99 fort 25-wort message. Classified ads for Ixuinest, personal produca w tervicct are welcome. Just call or visit the Heixienoo Home News for details. We'll maloe over 300,000 sales calls for you next weekl For only $99.T(yu$. iHBCPublications 435-7700 nv^can kOOMS FOR RENT KITCHENETTES w/ cable. 293-7673. BC RR To GENTLEMAN SHARE HIS HOME w/ lady, 2 Bdrm., 2 Bath. Call Morns. 294-1892. BC. RR Boulder Dam Hotel historic landmark offers low day rates and week specials at only $115 p/ wk., includes tax. Free local calls, cobr TV. 2931808. BC. RR 2 Rooms, unfurnished, private bath, kitchen privileges, off-street parking, util. pakJ. $300/ mo. 566-0794. RR -6HARE FURNISHED HOME DOWNTOWN HDN. Private B/R & rgn of house. $200 mo. plus 1/3 utilities, 294-0308. BC RR CHOICE MOBILE home/ buikjing lots in Sandy Valley. 2 Wacres ea. Power at the'site, underground phone, paved and/or gravel roads. Seller offering good terms. Phone Grace, Century21 Money WorW, 593-7704 LO Price/Slashed for Quick Sale. Ready to build on custom k)f, near Warm Springs & Major. Exc. views, horses OK, all util. only $32,000. Call Judy Allison, The Land LadyBest Realty, 255-8881. LO ATTENTION Custom building lot, lake area, price drastically reduced tor quick sale, $75,000. Call 294-0057, Iv. msg. LO Henderson Trailer Haven, spaces for rent: 12x50 max. $220/mo plus $150 deposit. 5656960. LO For Sale: Mission Hills, .gaacre, 836 Santa Ynez Ave., $65 K. (619)4364293. LO BYOWNER. Building lot tor custom or modular home, 110' X 95". Elec. SVC paid. Price Reduced, 293-2126. BC LO REAL ESTATE For Sale by Owner; 3-4 bdrm., 2 ba., double car garage, completely landscaped, with sprinkler system, fenced back yard. $91,000. Call 5652673 after 5 pm/weekdays. RE GREEN VALLEY 3 Bdrm., 3 ba., Townhouse numerous upgrades. Immaculate Home w/private spa. Assum. Nonqualifying Loan. Call Pat, Boulder Dam Realty, 2934663. BC RE 2 Bdrm., 2 Ba., Customized Condo, Ground Fkr, 2 Entrances, Park like setting w/pool. Call Pat, Boulder Dam Realty, 293-4663. BC RE EXQUISITE OLDER B.C. HOME was 3 bdrm., now converted to 2 with huge master suite. Sunken fam./rm. fireplace, Irg. lot, carport. Fenced, patios & porch. Must see. By owner $105,000. Call Terry or Norma. 2935448. BC RE Sunset/Whitney Ranch, 1/2 of duplex (other half also available), 3 bdrm. 2 ba., 1 car garage, f/p, outdoor spa, 1260 sq. ft. Plus or minus, exc. cond. reduced to $74,950. MLS #99258, Tom McCance, 896-7266 or 1-800-7661151. Realty Executives. RE WANTTO KNOW WHAT YOUR PROPERTY IS WORTH? Free market analysis. Call Roger 2932939 Realtor, Coldwell Banker/Anchor Realty. RE HOME AND BUSINESS INONELOCATIONIB.C. 1750 sq.ft.,3bdrm. home w/a majestic view of the El Dorado Valley, on nearly an acre. Only 10 seconds from your 510,000 sq. ft. office and warehouse. You never have to leave vour business unattended again. PriMerk:a Realty. Inc. Call Cary, 293-6573. RE By Owner, $5000 bek>w appraisal; immaculate 1200 sq. ft., 3 bdrm., 2 ba., double garage, fence, many extras. 5666758 or 566-6260. RE 24x60GoManWMlMH In Olngarwood Mobil* Horn* Park (sr. park) CallLukaai Valley Mobil* Horn** 43S-4778 or 379-2810 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE BY OWNER Drive By and See, 1200 5thSt.,BoukierCity,NV, 3 Bdrm., 1 3/4 ba.. Ceiling Fans, Central Heating and Codling, 10x20 workshop, 8x 10 storage shed, RvPkg.+off street parking. Call for appt., 293-2583, $99,500. BC RE Highland Hills bank forecbsure. 3 bdrm. 21 /2 ba. approx. 1900 sq.ft. 2 cai garage, RV parking. Great family neighborhood. Don't missthis one. Call immediately. Marsha or Robin, 798-5570 or 496-1811, or 496-5125. RANCHO VISTA REALTY. RE Highland foreclosure. 1/2ba., approx. ft. 2 car garage, RV parking. Great family neighborhood. Don't miss this one. Call immediately ED-798-5570 or eve. 381-2930. RANCHO VISTA REALTY. RE By owner, VA home, 3 bdrm., 2 ba., liv. rm., dining rm., kit., fam. rm., covered patio, block wall, newly painted, trees, grape artwr, shed. See anytime. 565-9196, $87,000. RE RRAL ESTATE Hills-Tbank 9. 3 barm. 2 prox.i900sq. 1|9Br'8archllBhl llHIj Horn* on 3 .ffHWy.. Lot,| Any ReuoMbla Offer* Will Be Considered. Call Urry at 566-6700 or 5937624. FOR SALE BY OWNER 3bdrm.,2ba, new carpet, near shopping. 445 Woodridge Dr., Hend., 564-3579, PRICED TO SELL! Super Vl*w of llw Valley Iroin Pool ATMI y*r CM HHI Punn M HMUT. Pool PunVk aPootaMtploKMpHSpoiklng Ctotnl CupM 4 Otk Flooring riaoi OiKy i Vow Oldl Co* Dot* REAL ESTATt BOULDER CITY NOT QUITE RIGHT FOR YOU? Darling 2 Bdrm.. 2 ba., move-in condition home at the very bvely Lake's Area at Las Veg as. Call Pat, Boulder am Realty, 293-4663. BC RE Govl. Foreclosures, bw down payment, owner/ occupant, gd. credit required, Liberty Realty, 566-9521. RE REAL LSTATE TOWN HOUSE. ARROWHEAD ESTATES. Henderson, 2 br., 2 ba., 2 car garage, pool, patio, near shopping, schools, expressway, 1400 sq. It., $79,900. 564-9171. RE 2 Bdrm., 1 ba. Immaculate Condo w/loveiy view of the park like grounds w/pool. Call Pat, Boulder Dam Realty, 2934663. BC RE Custom homes with 2 car garage from $49,995 in Pahrump-8-10 weeks to build on your lot. Over 100 bts for sale, inc. golf course properties. PVH Real Estate 1-727-0445. RE Hd., 4 years new, good starter or retirement home. Large master & living rm. Cathedral ceilings, like new. 2 bdrm., 2 ba., $80,000, 564-9639. RE •••••eeeeee Whit 1 Darling 4 badroom, 2 bath Horn* Ihit I*, and in "a Family Oriantad Ar** Tool W* Racommtnd Quick Action on TM* On* if tt Fit* Your N**d*l Call Janat S68-67IX) Assumable.noqual., on this 3 br., 2 ba. home, with tile roof, huge lot, and more for $108,000. Owner/ licensee, 565-327Z n the $70's lots of room for growing family. 3 and 4 bedrooms. Call Fred & Ellle Knapp 5664500. BOULDER CITY 3 Bdrm., 2 Ba., LIv. Rm., 22 x 17 Fam. Rm., 20 X16 & FP, new kitchen (oak) Dining 22 x 10, lot* of ctoaeta, oenlral A/H. Many upgradee/amenHlee. U v. apace 1,740 af. Ptua 2 car gar. w/opener. Fenced/ hilly landacaped lawn*. Large lot 144 x 70 ONLY $155,900. Owner 294-1570,1210 Ave. I, Principal* Only. BEST DEAL BY THE LAKE 528 Swallow Cove. 4 yrs. new on 1/4 acre. 2,500 sf., 4 bd., 3 ba. Fully landscaped w/mature trees, $229,000. 293-5248. BC 3 BDRM. 1 BATH, walk In ctoaete and dreaaing rm. Den, aun room, huge fireplace, garage, RV prfcg. New floor, bathroom & kitchens. New paint iQside and out Corner lot. 75 x 118, fenced back yard with big garden. Only $135,000 for this beautiful, 1823 eq. ft home. In the greenest part of clean, green BC. 293-0049. Popular 2 Story Highland Hill* 'TT.1 Hoina on Larg* LotI Baautlful Fancad Pool Aral, l.arga Tllad KHchan, Malur* Shada Traaa. CaH Janet tor Mora on thi* Onal 566.6700. CONTRACTOR'S DREAM 2600 SO. FT. CUSTOM HOiyiE on 1 1/4 acr*. Additional 900 *q. ft. • •parata building In rear can bs u*d for buslnost. Extra* galora under $2O0,0OO.CallFrad&Ellie Knepp 566-4500. CALLCOLDWELLBANKER COLDWELL BANKER ANCHOR REALTY 501 Nevada Hwy>i Boulder City 293-5757 THREE BDRM. MOBILE 1440 s.f., fenced yard, spa/gazebo, RV parking. $94,900. EXPANDED CHALET MODEL with open floor plan. Family rm. w/wet bar, island cooking, 24x30 garage, private spa and more! $239,500. TOP OF THE HILL! 4 Bdrm., 3 bath on 7/CM>cre lot with RV partclng. New roof & paint. $249,000.' ROOM TO SPREAD OUT. Elegant custom tri-level. 7 car garage, 2 horae stalls & corrals, too many amenities to list! $595,000. BUILDING LOTS most with lake views! Call for Informatton. KEY LARGO CONDO, 1787 s.f. used as vacation home. Sellers want to trade for home with lake view and boat parking. $205,000.00. RESTAURANT BUSINESS AND BLDG. located on Nevada Hwy. ShoWn by appL $382,000. TWO BDRM. MFG. HOME with 3 car garage, rv covered parking, screened In patio, 2104 s.f. $194,000. LAKE VIEW FOUR BDRM. CUSTOM. Pool, spa, family rm. and mat. bdrm. have a fireplace wKh rock fronts, large kitchen w/jennajre and sub zero refrigerator. $465,000. QUIET AREA with view of mountains! Two bdrm., 2 car garage and 2 car carport, plus RV parking. $131,900. LEWIS 2 BDRM.-country kitchen, 2 car garage, kite of upgrades. Reduced to $124,500. LAKE VIEW 3 Bdrm., Family Rm., 2 car garage In Lake Mtn. Eatates. Great bujf at $227,500. TWO .74 PARCELS In HND. near Racetrack and Warm Springs. $39,900. ea. and Owner will finance! NEW LISTING LIKE NEW 3 bdrm^dpjKi fir. plan. New carpet, vinyl In baths, new cook top & hood, dl^0nher, garage door & opener, RV parking. $139,500. GREAT FAMILY HOjME WITH POOL! 3 bdrm., 2 bath, 2 car garage, desert landscaping In front, grass in rear. $149,900. GREAT PRICE WITH LAKE VIEW. 2 bdrm., 2 bath, 10x32 covered deck, 12x40 carport & 11x12 workshop. Beautiful desert landscaping. $124,900. FREE! LIST OF ALL HOMES FOR SALE IN BOULOER CITY. GET ON OUR MAIUNG LIST. <^ 01990 Coldwel Bankw RMid*ntll Rail Eitala. An Equal Oppoftunlly Conpany. Equal HouiJng Oppcxiunlly. Somt OHIOM Indapandantly Ownad and Oparalad LAKE VIEW 2 bdrm., 2 bath $174,900. THREE DUPL^EXES 1 and 2 bdrm. units, central location $119,900 and $145,1 5,|)00. LAND WONDERFUL VIEWS B Hill and Laike Mead view lots $109,900 and up. RETAIL/COMMERCIAL FOR SALE AND RENT FOOD BUSINESS wpll established, great lease terms, oall for details. FOR SALE all or part, approx. 9,960 sq. ft., all units rented, call (or details $775,000. FOR RENT Highway frontage, retail/office space, first month free, .85 sq. ft. RENTALS 2 bdrm., 2 baths, condos $600 plus deposit. 3 bdrms.,'2 baihs home, 2 car garage $875 plus deposit COME IN OR CALL FOR A FREE LIST OF ALL AVAILABLE;/ PROPERTIES IN BOULDER CITY Beth Aldworth peane. Broker 293-7074 • Dorothy MoGn • 293-5087 Cristina LeBreton Fernald 293-0116 1 REAL ESTATE RFAL ESTATE LOCAL RESIDENT '4 REALTOR BIART BOARD SPECIAUZING IN BOULDER CITY PROPERTIES SINCE 1984 1664 NEVADA HWY.. BouMcr City, NV 89005 OFWCE; (702) 2M.4663 HOME: (702) 293-7254 •••••••••••••••eoeeoee THINKING ABOUT A REFINANCE? NOW IS THE TIME TO DO IT! SECURITY MORTGAGE ASKFOR DEMAND GOOD SERVICE AND HONESTY IN YOUR LENDERS WE DEUVER CALL TODAY 846-7121 Go Wltk Experience & Succcaa Wha Buying or Selllngl JOSIE OLSON, REALTOR MULTI-MILUGN D01XARCI.UB 454-7400 ThePnidential Southwest Realty NEW HOMES & RESALES Henderson and Green Valley Properties ASSUMABLE^ QUAUFYING, 2 story with masKerbearoom down. $19,000 ^ down/$732/nio. On ly 6 years old! ^ FORECLOSURE IMMINENT. One story, ^ 2 bedroom, brick fireplace, vaulted ^ ceilings. Owner will consider carrying with $13,000 down. POOL & SPA!! Freshly decorated home ^ with luah landscaping. Gazebo, 3' bedrooms, large 2 car garage. Under I SIOOK. ^JDC INVESTMENTS 739-9100jiSs^:iS^18s^i|sRi^ • jSS!;S^^^^^ THIS IS A MUST SEE Fantastic location Iti Lake Mountain Estates. Unobstructed view of Lake Mead from livingroom of this light and airy 2 bedroom mobile home. Perfect for retirees. NICEST HOIVIE ON THE BLOCK This northwest Las Vegas home is perfect for the growing family. 4 bedrooms, fenced yard, and the loan is assumable too! See for yourself. BETTER THAN NEW • Immaculate 4 bedroom home in River Landing. MoveIn condition. Formal dining room plus family room w/firepiace. Panoramic view of Las Ve^as lights and mountains. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY • Easy owner-operated children's furnishings store in busy shopping center. GREATFAMILY HOME • 3 bedroom 2 3/4 bath with pool. Light colors, Jacuzd tub in master • RV parking $89,900. BETTER THAN MODEL • nearly new but owner has done all the upgrades. Ceramic tile entry and kitchen ceiling fans mirrored wardrobe. Closet doors block fence under $160,000. SUPERB DELITE This 3 bedroom w/ garage is immaculate from the freshly painted interior to the finely manicured lawn. All block walled and only $81^00. THIS FIXER needs a new owner 3 bedrooms, extra large lot, landscaped and only $79,999. WANT IT ALL?? Large quality custom on comer lot in popular River Mountain Estates. 3 bedrooms, 3 1/2 baths with a list of amenities that won't quit. Crystal chandeliers, gourmet island kitchen w/ custom cabinets. Fully fenced and landscaped to perfection. 204 w. Pacific Ave., Henderson tquJTtSman OO^'O 7 ^4i ornjuiuNrrv BACH QmaifnK)wn.row)aD AMD anRATBJ Tuesday, May 4,1993 Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Page 21 REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE 293-6014 & ASSOCIATES • LEWIS HOME 3 BEDROOM 1 3/4 BTH 2CAR OAR FRUrr TREES, ONLY t135,000111 TOP OF THE MOUNTAIN 3 1/3 ACRES 4BD 4BTH POOL S QUEST HOUSE t7S5,000. • LAKE AREA POOL, 36X39 GARAGE PLUS RV PARKING 4 BEDROOM 3 BATH $299,000. • 8UB/111/2 ACRE ZONEQ FOR HORSES t LOCATED IN CUSTOM HOME AREA t10,000. • LAKE VIEWSI YOU BETI CUSTOM 3 BED. 2STH FAMILY RM, POOL/PLUS $275,000. KEY LARGO! BEAUTIFUL 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH 2CAR GARAGE, LAKE VIEWS $185,900. • CUSTOM 5BEDR00M 4 1/2 8TH 5000 SOFT ON 3/4 ACRE GREAT VIEWSOF BOULDER OTtk MOUNTAIN RANGES $395,000. • BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY! OFFICE/RETAIL 900 BUCHANAN BLVO, HEAVY TRAFFKS CT. (Desert ^ SUN REALTY CALL24HR8. FUU,TIME (702) 293-2151 FUU/flERVRE SINCE 1978 1000 IW Hy, #101, Boulder City I PRIVACY AND VIEWS: Yours alone, B.C. custom, 1/2 acre, only $339,500. I See today. PERFECT SECOND HOME: quiet aduH condo, no stairs, like new, extras, our | exclusive, only $76,500. Call now. LAKE MEAD: why pay for a lake view | & not have one? Over 1600 s.f., luxury living, $127,950. See t>efore you buy. BUYERS: You deserve your own agent, especially when we can demonstrate for you the savings. Just ask I I forthedetalls, noobligatlon,of course;' RENTALS I Highland Hills 3 BR, garage, available May 3rd, $825.00. BQulderHiys, ItiiQfiedlate poMn^lon. $585?m(r .w:gaa Henderson Realty, Inc. "The Property People" 18 Water Street 564-2515 :. QnlUO^ VERYNICE3bdr.,2ba.homa -rT ^ In wonderful aroa. Beautiful yard, open ftoor plan & 2 car garage. Assumable no^ual. toan. LOADED WITH EXTRAS & immaculate. 2 bdr., 2 ba. condo, f/p, formal dining, balcony. See the difference between Ho-Hum & WOW. GIANTYARDFULLYFENCEO 2 bdr. w/lovely screened & glassed patio. Don't missthis one! ^^ Q,^l MEGA SPACE for the $$$. '!^ SI ^^'* 3 bdr. home Is ready for your large family. QgJUUL, GREEN VALLEY Upgraded j_^^^?2l Emerald Court home on oversized loL $126,900. QgiUf/u. SELLER will negotiate any ^Zp ^^ repairs. Charming 3 bdr. home, full fence, RV parking, quiet k>catk>n. $71,950. OrlUK. REAR YARD ACCESS 3 bdr, ..^^CTi^ifl. 2 ba, hobby/laundry rm.,aep. den/offkM, fully fenced, great location, lots of sq. fL for $87,500. (jrk ^ COZY PATIO HOME 2 bdr., 2 ---y ^ ba., 1220 sf. Just for you. Qf*y PRICE REDUCED 3 bdr., 2.5 -r~ r2! bath, 2 car garage. French doora open to covered patk> a pool. Bring the horees. Can lor a FREE Market Analyaia for your property! eiaMCMu>y21 RMlEHMCixporalionatiuMMtortwNAf • • nd'*tiad* Ccfpontai REAL ESTATE SAN DIEGO OCEANFRONT CONDOMINIUMS: Panoramic ocaanviews, beautifully furnished. Great location to all attractions, excellent restaurants and shopping. Daily, weekly, monthly rates. CAPRI BEAGHACCOMMODATIONS. 1-800-542-2774. RE Excellent Price for this Large 4 br. Homel New Pool & Gaa Healed Spa Tool Many Extras with this Home. Call Dave 566-6700 REAL ESTATE TIME SHARE UNITS and campground memberships. Distress sales Cheapll Worldwide selections. Call VACATION NETWORK U.S. and Canada 1-800-5436173. Free rental information 1-305-563-5586. RE 1/4 ACRE LOT w/lg. 2 Bdrm. dbl. wide, Exc. Nghbrhd., Cororiado Esis. REDUCED TO $82,000 obo. Call COLLECT eves. 1-962-8614 or 293-2359. BC. RE 4Lines$5Shl REAL ESTATE LAKE MEAD VIEW LOT Lowest Priced lot in very lovely Lake Mead Area. Ready to Build on. Call Pat, Boulder Dam Realty, 293-4663. BC RE HENDERSON, for sale/ rent. Custom ENERGY EFFICIENT 3/2 plus 2 car garage.* All types of EXTRAS. View lot. 5657677. RE LAKE MTN. ESTS. Breathtaking, unobstructed Lake View. 2/3 Bdrm. w/garage & workshop, numerous amenities, BOULDER DAM REALTY. Ask for Pat, 293-4663. BC RE DUPLEX with GARAGES + I Over $1,500 Monthly Income to offset mortgage payments in BoulderCity. Refurbished interiors, central air and heat. $154,500. Thisis an Exclusive Usting, Principles Call Manny 294-0870 LAKE VIEW REDUCED $6,000 \ Spectacular Lake & Valley View Lot, Over .80 Acres, See this Golden Opportunity in Boulder City. Must see view for yourself. [Grading for pad and drive now at site! Make Offer Now! Fabulous View Townhome! Best Unobstructed Lake View from this Beautiful Lake Terrace Townhome. 3 Bedroom, Tri-leveL 2 car Garage, Pool, Tennis Court,andSpa. Frioe Reduced $10,5001 Now Only $189,000. MOBILE HOME WITH LOT Family Size 3 Bedroom 2 Bath with Gorgeous Gazebo & Spa. | Large Covered Patio Deck, Fenced Side Yard, RV Boat Parking. Spacious 1440 Sq. feet In BoulderCity. Price Reduced Now $94,9001 Beach Street in Henderson Great Starter Opportunity, 3 bedroom 1.5 bath with fenced yard, + Garage. Take Advantage of Low Interest Rates=Low Monthly Payments. With Only $4,000 Down, Now Only $69,500 3 Mead View Estates Lots Ready to Build in BoulderCity. Prestigious & Conforming Custom HomeSite Area. Greater Than .45 Acres Each. Priced From $149,900. Call Now for Flyers on these & other Boulder City Lots. COLDUieU. BANKSRO ANCHOR REALTY f£> CALL MANNY 294-0870 Jensen 's Realt THE BEST FOR YOU 564-3333 219 WATER STREET SERVING HENDERSON SINCE 1978 AL ONE OF OUR BEST 50 CUSTOM HOME LOTS ACROSS THE STREET FROM MISSION HILLS. Lots are fully Improved with streets & utilities to the front. FROM $41,500. CALL KEN OR DON FOR MORE INFO. RESIDENTIAL: ROMANTIC 2 bdrm., loft, beautiful carpet, brass fixtures & lighting, prh/ate patlo. Only $54,950. CALL DON. LEGACY VILUGE—Living at It's best In this outstanding 2 story home, 4 bdrms., 2.5 baths, 3 car garage, UR w/plantatlon shutters, F/R w/wet bar & F/P, over 2,300 SF, cul-de-sac. CALL DON. NEW CARPETTHRU-OUT—GREAT BACKYARD...well lighted for evening emertainlng...great family home... HIGHLAND HILLS. CALL PEGGY COLE. EXCELLENT CONDITION!! 3 bdrm., nicely landscaped front and rear, RV parking, dog run In the yard—HILLCREST MANOR AREA. CALL LUKE. SUMMER IS AROUND THE CORNER!! Spend your hot days around this fantastic pool! Huge 4 bdrm., 2 bath in desirable Highland Hills. CALL SHARI OR TERRIE NOW!! 2627 KAREN—very nice patlo home In Vegas. 2 bdrm., 1.75 bath, garage, wet bar and prhracy. These afe only a few of the plus's on this one. CALL PEGGY B. OR RAY C. $87,500. NICE CUSTOM HOME ON 1 ACRE with horse corrals, circular drive. HUGE rooms, heart shaped bathtub, 3 bedrooms and more. CALL PEGGY B. FOR INFO. LOVELY HIGHLAND HILLS...4 bdrm. with solar heated pool and beautiful landscaping. CALL PEGGY COLE. KIT...ONE OF THE FINEST MOBILE HOMES BUILT...3 bdrms., 2 bath, 1885 sq. fL pm a 60X100 lot, located In Country Club Village Rtoblls Estatss. CALL RANDY FOR ALL THE DETAILS. SPECTACULAR HOME IN GV!! Professionally decorated, 4 bdrms., 2.5 baths, 2story. Over 2400 SF, large corner lot, custom bulltlns, 3 Fireplaces. AND THE FINEST OF ALL—ONLY $184,900. CALL DON VIEW OF LAS VEGAS-.46 acre. $40,000. CALL ROBERT FOR INFO. PRICE REDUCED $5,000!!!...Sec. 19 corner of Delamar and RIdgsway. Check It out! Super corner lot for only $42,500.1/2 acre with all utilltlss and streets. CALL PEGGY BENEDICT FOR MORE. NICE CORNER LOT In fast growing Sec. 27. Water, power, and sewer to property. $45,000. CALL TERRY FOLK. SEC 32 PARADISE HILLS—two 1 acre lots...Construction coming closer. Near new freeway offramp at College. ^7,000 & $47,000. CALL PEGGY BENEDICT. 3 BUILDING LOTS IN B.C.-^ALL REDUCED IN PRICE. One overk>oks Lake Mead. CALL LUKE. COMMERCIAL LUKE AND PEGGY COLE CAN FILL YOUR COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL NEEDS. COMMERCIAL CASTLE—6,450 sq. ft. Castle with 18 hole miniature golf course. Perfect for theme restaurant or night club. Located on Sunset Rd. CALL KEN. PABCO AND KING—1.75 acre property, well located, possible Mini-Storage. CALL PEGGY COLE. FOR SALE/LEASE COMMERCIAL SPACE FOR LEASE: 101 Atlantk:. Approx. 600 sq. ft. CALL LUKE OR PEGGY B. FOUR COMMERCIAL SPACES FOR LEASE.. .35 E. BASIC, 9007200 Sa FT. CALL DON. APPRQX. 18,000 sa FT. ON BOULDER HWy.-2oned CH. Great Locatton. CALL PEGGY COLE. Across From The New City Hall and Convention Center REAL ESTATE 2 story, 4 t)drm., 3 t>a., fam. room, forhial diritng room, 2 car gar, auto sprinklers, Ig. grassed backyard with block wall, walking distance to Faye Galloway school, $105,000, $2000 under appraised value. 826 Spikenard, 565-0740. RE Ownw* Anxious lo Sdll Cll Bob on this 3 Ballroom, 1 3/4 Bath, Upgradsd Homo With BatamantI And All Appllancaa Siayl Call Soon SMaka*nOtfarlSee-6700. • CLOSE OUT • • SILVERCREST • ?MOBILE HOMES? •only 2 la Qraat Hoof* *plina al raduead prieas. • At low i $49,987. Grsat • ^vlaw of Eldondo Villa]. .Partsd tor Ratiramarjt •coupla J 293-2263 • Ml ••••• GRAHID OPEMSfG! from the Best buy In Hamkraont Look wtwl • oHtf.. nw^tomt ^n avwv hoffM Cwwnlc IIB oeunMrlop* Ovil gardwi luba Cholea o( l(idcaptng n*i roota and vaulM caWnga I 3 M 4 bsdroom* • 10 inlnuM to Lak* Itm4 1 Ul Vagaal PhM I i* Mtling iHil SUaSETVIEW S4-3609 BOUMH Hwy. 10 L*ka Me*d, •••t to Wtnn Spring*, uuttl lollowing tM ilgna. CHECK THIS COOL POOL— THIS ARROWHEAD ESTATES H0MEISLESSTHAN2YEARS OLD A rualy lived In. Now vaunt and roady lor your fonlly. Thraa bir, two btha., •xtraa galora. Sallars lo*a la your gain. Hurry on thi* onal Call now to raaarva your aaat In tha apa. Frad AEHI* Knapp, sM.45ao, $11 e,soo. LOWEST PWCE IN THE AREAI FREE list of all homes, townhomes, condos, custom home lots and manufactured homes Is available for pick up, mail or fax. If you need assistance in buying or selling real estate, call us — we're here to help!! WHAT WE DO IS GIVE YOU ALL THE INFORMATION YOU NEED TO MAKE YOUR OWN INFORMED CHOICER. i RESIDENTIAL — COMMERCIAL LOTS — INCOME — RENTALS 9 am to 5 pm, Mon-Fri., 10 am to 4 pm, Sat., ^GOOD PARKING —. EASV ACCESS Phone 8 am to 8 pm. 24 hr. Fax. Mary Board ,. 293-7254 Pat Bernstein ^ 294-1746 —-Linette Davis 293-1097 Ellen Lamb Stromberg 293-6508 Stephen Banaszak, Broksr BOULDER CITY SPECIALISTS 293-4663 FAX: (702) 293-4645 *** SUNDAY & EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT*** 1664 Nevada Hwy. (In Marshall Plaza) ^^-'^-'-^---''- DICK BLAIR REALTY A33 NEUADAHWY., BOULDER CITY (702)293-2171^ AfTEK HOURS CALL Patty Guiry-Spr 2934K7S Andrea Andcnon J93J22I Rhonda Sledge 293-7975 Rkh Moynlhaa .2t3-lt Bob Blair, Brakv 293-24 Cindy Bandy 2*4-291* Nancy Murphy 2*3-32*2 iii Serving Boulder City Since 1968 HOMES SUPER SHARPS 1,226 sq. ft., 3 bed, 1 ba., block conat., cov. patlo, workshop BEAUTIFULLY LANDSCAPED, EXC. COND. $120,000. NEW CUSTOM HOME 2,252 sq. ft., 3 bedrm., 2 1/2 ba., GUEST QTRS. CUSTOM KIT., 2 csr gar., ROOM FOR RV PARKQ. POOL. $225,000. ARCHITECTURAL MASTERPIECE! 0ns of ths most magnlflceni estates In So. NV. Located on 3.68 acres, w/PANORAMIC VIEWS. Over 6,000 sq. ft. In main house. Guest house, 1,700 sq. ft. 7 car gar. Sw. POOL, 2 SPAS. LUSH LANDSCAPING. CALL BOB for details $2,000,000. ON 7TH FAIRWAY—B.C. GOLF COURSE. CUSr TOM 3 or 4 bedrm., 13/4 ba., FAM. RM. F.P., Cov. patlo, gar. $192,500. GREAT PRICE—for this R-3 zoned 2.bedrm., 1 ba. home In GREAT CONDITION, SEE IT TODAY, REDUCED TO $102,500. WEU MAINTAINED DEL PRADO TRMJEVCL 2,154 sq. ft 4 bedrm., 2 1/2 ba. 2 csr FINISHED GAR. w/ security door. LARQELOTA BARGAIN AT$169,900. NEAR GREEN VALLEY, 3 bod., 2 ba., 2 car gar. SOLAR HEATED POOL,EXCELLENT COND. INSIDE A OUT. $126,600. OWNERSHIP OPPORTUNITY! 2 bed., 2 bs. 2 car gar. 1,572 sq. ft. SEE !T TODAY! $137,600. PRIDE OF OWNERSHIP. This home shows exceptionally wel! both Inside and out. 2 bed., 2 ba., 2 csr gar. spa. 1154 sq. ft. $129,000. MOBILE HOMES • IN PARKS IN GINGERWOOD—14' x 60' FUQUA FRONT t REAR BEDROOMS, 1-3/4 bs., all sppl., cor. lot $26,500. EXCEPTIONAL 10'x50' MARLETTE w/6'x14' rm. add. $12,500. 14'x56'wlth 10'x24'addon room. IN EXCELLENT CONDITION, CORNER LOT, Good view of Mountains, Price just reduced. $25,900. MODULAR HOMES WITH UND IN MTN. VISTA—1990 HALLMARK, 24x56', 2 bed., 2 bs., Dfywall Int., on Cui-de-Sac, desert landscaped. RV Parkg. $111,000. GET SET FOR EASY UVING-1964 Budger, 2 bed., 1 be., RV^/BOAT parkg., lanced yard, QOlet area W/view of desert NEAT ft CLEAN-IN VALLEY VIEW ESTATES $60,000. CONDOMINIUMS TOWNHOU8ES PRICE REDUCED AND A LAKE VIEWII This Spyglass condo has over 1,200 sq. ft, 2 bedrms., 2 1/2 ba., F.P. ft balcony GREAT VIEW PRKCD TO SELL AT $119,500. LAKETREE TOWNHOUSE-Corner unit, 2 bed. 2 ba. 2 car gar. INDOOR SPA, neer cerpel ft ^. paint $124,000. .,-^ Youtrent dollars will B UY THIS CONDOIII Close to downtown ft Shopping-shows "Pride of Ownership" 2 bed. 2 ba. PRICED TO SELL $60,000. PRIME LOCATION IN REGATTA PT. View of the Lake • next to pool ft Greenbelt. Over 1500 aq. ft., 2 bedrms., 2 be., F.P. den, Brick patlo ft garage. THIS WON'T LAST LONG AT $179,900. EASY LIVING AT irS FINEST! I Over 1,800 sq. ft. In this COMPLETELY UPGRADED REGATTA POINT lownhouss. 2 bedrm. den/ office, 2 bs. With VIEW/UKE MEAD from patlo. $189,500. LAND 1/2 ac. lot. Sub 11, exceptional view city ft Mtns. $86,500. DESIGN YOUR OWN HOME to take advantage of the UKE VIEW. .22 acre In Lake Terrace. BEST DEAL IN TOWN for $89,000. RENTALS 2 bdrm. 2 ba. 2. cov. carports, no pets, $550.00 2 bed. 2 tM. CONDO 2 oov. carports, ctose In AVAIL BY April 9, child wslconM $575. NEW CARPET ft PAINT. 1,344 sq. ft. MOD. HOME W/ViEW LAKE MEAD, 2 bed., 2 ba., fam. rm., wet bar, laundry rm., cov. patlo, gar. AVAILABLE MAY S. $850. 4 Bed., 2 be., POOL. 2,400 eq. fL, re& rm., 2 F.P., avail, by Apr. 10, cMM/om. pet welcome, $1,000. Can for appt. 1/2 DUPLEX, 3 bed., 2 be., fenced reer yard, child welcome. $750. AVAIL BY MAY 2. Nice condo, 2 bed., 2 IM., 2 oov. cer ap., dose bi. $500., avail. May 1. 3 bed., 1 be., large 2 cer gar. house—ALL NEW PAINT, CARPET, MINI BUNDS, fenced rear yard—evelL by May 10. $825. Call for appt. >-' Stop by and pick up your FREE CURRENT LIST OF PROPERTIES AVAIUVBLE FOR SALE smcnirry AND niTBinirry is ooi SPKULTY fnrltfigf il£ i • ,; • i • • • • ii • -r^-^'iHiiMMMMAMMMMMMMim^

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mmummmmmmm Page B22 Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada ^^ Tuesday, May 4,1993 liDdayls Vl^ll Street Journal Prime Rate is: ^ • Now's the prime time to borrow. • • Getan AdvanceUne home equity line of credit atjBi e prime rale. At First Interstate Bank you can get an AdvanceLine home equity line of credit at the Wall Street Journal Prime Rate plus 0%. And your loan will stay at the prime rate through 1993* The best part is, your interest may even be tax deductible. Just ask your tax advisor. And as your banking partner, we're offering some great rates on our other loans too — which means now is a good time to talk' with us about all your borrowing needs. So for a home equity line of credit at prime rate. apply for AdvanceLine at First Interstate Bank today o First Interstate Bank FIRST INTERSTATE BANK OF NEVADA. N.A. Nevada's banking partner since J902. •Offer expires June 30.1993 Until December 31. 1993 the APR (Annual Percentage Rate) is WALL STREET JOURNAL "Pnme Rate" + 0% vanable monthly After December 31,1993 the rate could be as high as WALL STREET JOURNAL "Prime Rale" + 2% variable monthly depending on the amount you borrow, but never greater than 18%. The "Pnme Rate" • 0<. as of February 1,1993 is 6%. Properly and flood insurance may be required Annual fee of S50 will be waived Ilie first year. No opening costs or other fee$ will be charged unless the line is cancelled by you within two years (where allowed by state law). Subject to credit approval. EQMINOUSIM LENDER Men')ber FDIC |a>A|MI'**MtMM|i^|M!WMri 'Don't forget someone specid on Mother's (Duy ^ Sunday, May Bth — ti^ I ', I '" II I 1 '*'*~'-J R. iii i,t. a i tf ^m-m mt m ,, HFMr^FR^OM Nevada's Industrial Center Volume 44,36th Edition Henderson, Nevada 25e THE COMMUNITY'S NEWSPAPER 2 Commerce Center Dr. 564-1881 Thursday, May 6, 1993 One Man's VIEW By Mike O'Callaghan Whatever the reason. Henderson voters, although few in number, passed the park bond issue. Was it because the city was able to demonsu-aie the $18 million issue wouldn't raise taxes or because the residents want a better quality of life and have pride in their city? Whatever the reasons, the results were a plus for Henderson. You can bet the JensenGroesbeck general election race for Mayor will be exciting and so will the Proctor-Davis race for Municipal Judge. The Harris-Qark race, to represent Ward 3 on the Gty Council, can also be closer than the final primary election figures show. Mike Harris, the incumbent, certainly has a comfortable lead with 42.94% of the vote over aaric's 26.87%. The general will be determined by the turnout and whether or not the votes losing candidates received were anti-incumbent votes or because they favored a specific candidate. Tuesday's primary election was important but so is next Sunday. Let's hope that Nevadans pay more attention to their mothers than they did to their voting duty. Everyday should belong to thejnothers who carried us in their wombs, fed us, taught us how to survive and took time to hug us when we were hurt physically or emotion-' ally. 1 always looked at my mother as being a special person who was the best See One Man's View, Page 2 Inside Richard Cohen 4 Bill Hanlon 5 Happenings 11 Senior Center 8 Guy Shipler 4 Sports ....13 Viewpoint 4 Your Views 5 Xanorania Jim Brann 35 Classified B20 Coniics, Crossword B18 Dear Debbie B13 Don Holladay B3 Entertainment B14 Family History B7 Health and Fitness B2 Horoscope B13 Legal Notices ..B19 RuthSochlkc ....B4 This Was Nevada B16 Groesbeck vs. Jensen Robert Groesbeck D. Jim Jensen Harris, Clark fight for Council By Elizabeth Rusiecki ATOM'S Staff Writer Eight-year-incumbent Michael Harris will face newcomer Jack Claik in the June 8 general election, after the two topped the list of four candidates running for the City Council Ward 3 seat in Tuesday's primary. With 4,284 votes, Harris gathered 42.9% of the 9,976 total votes cast for the Council seat. Claric came in second with 2,681, or 26.8% of the vote. Only 367 votes separated Qark from Pittman resident Jeanne Liner, who finished in third place with 2,314 votes, or 23.2%. With 697 votes, Pittman resident Glen Cochrane took 6.9%. Harris, who lives in the Valley ViewneighbOrtwod.saidTuesday night held no surprises for him. "With as many people in the race as we had, I think we did very well," he said. "I don't think anything was surprising to me," he added. "1 felt that Jack and Jeanne would pull an equal amount and they did — relatively equal." "It's about what we expected," Qaric said Wednesday morning. "What it indicates is about 58% of the people in Henderson want a change." Qark, a six-year officer of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, is a Camarlo Park resident "What we need to do now is come together and do what's right for the city," he continued, adding he will not pursue the "old vs. new Henderson" angle which has pitched candidates from each side of the community in all three races. "Henderson is Henderson and one of the goals we set at the beginning of this campaign is to work toward that goal," he said. Clark added he would continue running aclean campaign. "We're just going to continue what we're Mayoral run-off June 8 By Elizabeth Rusiecki Newj Staff Writer Only 589 votes canw between the first and third place finishers in Tuesday's Mayoral primary, with Jim Jensen and Robert Groesbeck edging Dorothy Vondenbrink out of the race for first and second finishes respectively. With 2,866 votes, retired Municipal Judge Jensen came out on topwith27.2%ofthe 10,503 votes cast. Groesbeck placed second with 2,561 votes at 24.3%. With 2,277, retired City Qeric Vondenbrink fell only 305 votes under Groesbeck, gripping 21.6% of the total. "I think I did very well, I'm pleased with the way it came out," Jensen said Wednesday morning. "It was good campaign." "I felt that the people would put who they wanted in there," he continued. "I'm looking forward to running in the general election. And the people will let us know who they want." Groesbeck, Jensen's challenger, was hesitant about using the term "surprised" when speaking of his standings. "I feet fortunate that I was in the top two. I give a great deal of credit to Dorothy — she ran a great campaign," he said. "I believed that we were going to do well," he added. "We've got a very good group—they're very serious about a change, a new direction,leadership.... "Let's put it this way, I am somewhat surprised. I really thought that the support was there. See Council, Page 2 See Mayor, Page 2 Proctor, Davis head race By Elizabeth Rusiecki ATews Staff Writer Up against six other candidates in Tuesday's primary. Ken Proctor and Terry Davis pulled a combined 57% of tiie vote for Municipal Judge and will face each other in June's general election. Proctor, a former alternate judge who was appointed to acting judge when Jim Jensen retired fiorn tiie bench to vie for the Mayor's seat, received 3,465 votes for 34.7% of tiie 9,979 total votes cast for tiie position. Alternate Judge Davis pulled second place with 2,241 votes or 22.4%. Proctor, a Section 19 resident, said Wednesday morning the final tallies exceeded his expectations. "Actually, we were hoping for 33%," he said. "W've stiU got a long way to go, so we're happy witii last night's race. "We're very pleased. A lot of people did a lot of hard work," he said, adding tiie concentration of votes for he and Davis were surprising for a race witii eight contenders. "I diink the main thing tiiat surprised me was that the Ken Proctor votes weren't more spread out," he said. With a disappointing 28.7% of the city's registered voters actually going to the polls Tuesday, Proctor called tiie results a "shame." "Our people need to get out and vote — it's tiie only way people haveof expressing tiieiropinion," he said." You don't really have a right to complain unless you get out and vote." Davis, a Green Valley neigbborhood resident, said he finished as expected. 'X^ite frankly, I was Terry Davis witiiin 150 votes of where I expected to be. I'm very pleased and I'm very gratified," he said. "It's taken a lot of hard woric and a lot of my friends woricing hard. "I feel very gratified for tiie votes I had because there were a lot of good men running. I really have to tip my hat off to die kind of campaign tiiat's been run," Davis added. See Judge, Page 2 MISSING VOTER — Alice, partially hidden by the U.S. flag, and CA. Trueworthy, head to the polls Tuesday to cast their primary election votes at the Valley View Recreation Center. PliolobyBriujMiM