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1994-11-08 - Henderson Home News

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1994-11-08 - Henderson Home News
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Theiss, Roy ( Columnist )
Streeter, Kathy ( Columnist )
Moore, Thomas ( Columnist )
Szydelko, Paul ( Columnist )
Allen, D. J. ( Columnist )
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HBC Publications, Inc.
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Ji" • f^^ii^mmm'^^^^'^^m^tmm^^^^^^r^^^mm^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ w^^^^^^^ • W ^ II Page B24 Henderson Home News, Boulder City News Thursday, November 3, 1994 REAL ESTATE 1 acre custom home lot on College Dr. and Lomprey. Beautiful custom home area, call Kelley Cronin at Encore Commercial, 496-5495 or 221-6888. RE 2 STORY CUSTOM, 605 Northridge. Built in 90. 1984sq. ft. 4bd. or3& den! French doors, spa tub, new pro landscaping. Many upgrades. Beautiful, must seel Century 21 Action Network, Sandra Duebler, 271-3277. BC RE CHARIVIING3bdr.,2ba., all elec., a/c, Fully equipt. kitchen, formal dining, new carpets & paint. Mature landscaped. 759 Ave. K. Corner lot. $122,000.294-1009. BC. BC HOUSE FOR SALE By Owner, nerly 1600 sq. ft. 3 txirm., 1 3/4 bath. Features a lovely fireplace room, a bright fresh paint job inside and out and more. Located on a quiet cul-de-sac at 604 Kings Place. Come lake a look! $133,000. Call after 12 noon. 293-1791. BC. RE REAL ESTATE Oversized Country Kitchen, 3 bdnn., fenced rear yard. Covered patio, under $85,000. Call Sandy 693-0391. Century 21 Henderson Realty. RE River Landing home, double fireplace, covered patio, auto, sprinklers, vacant. Owner will help with financing. Call EInora 471-3389. Century 21 Henderson Realty. RE Wanted ... Home in Henderson, Under $65,000 for a Cash Buyer ... Lot must accommodate a 40' Motor Home with Ease ... Fixer upper considered... Call Becky Pantuso, Realtor, Century 21 JR Realty 545142 or 565-8181. RE GOT A CAMPGROUND MEMBERSHIP OR TIMESHARE? WE'LL TAKE IT. AMERICA'S MOST SUCCESSFUL RESORT RESALE CLEARINGHOUSE. CALL RESORT SALES INFORMATION TOLL FREE HOTLINE: 1-800423-5967. RE REAL ESTATE FANTASTIC COUNTRY DOLL House. From the lacy curtains to the new carpet, to the country kitcnen with a' new garden window over the sink. All appliances even a microwave. 1 car garage, with X-X storage & moretll Fantastic price. 612 Ave F. Century 21 Action Networi<, Sandra 271-3277. BC. RE 3br.,2ba., Familyrmw/ fireplace, formal dining& living rm., 1725 80. FT. 4 yrs. old. ON private quiet St. Convenient to downtown. Extra off street parking. Owner 294-4444 after 4:30 or leave message. BC RE BC UNIQUE INCOME Property, $1,575/month Gross mcome. Needs work. $75,000 FIRM. BRET 294-8482 Desert Sun Realty EXCLUSIVE. CUTE B.C. HOME-$98,000 2-aR, Lg. LR Irapl., stip^M. kHdi Mdga-atovt, dn. nn, rooM pallo, MidoMd girdtn, kuH tmt, grap* irbor, twicad bkyd, en-lrMt ptrtig. Mnr reel, empH, gee lum, ceeHng, het wMw heeler, kieulellon ^..f Muel eeel-Cen (aoi) 47e-2SH CHECK OUT THESE SUPER BUYS NKAT & CLEAN & OWNER IS ANXIOUS: 3 BR'S, 2 BTH'S. ONLY 5 YEARS OLD. ACT FAST ON THIS ONE! 4 BRS, 2-1/2 BTH'S. 2,000 SQ. FT., SPA TOO! OWNERS ARE PACKING. CALL NOW! FRESH ON MARKET! 2 BR TOWNSITE. FIRST TIME HOMEBUYERS DELITF:. CUTE AS A BUTTON! NEED SPACE? MISSION HILLS, 2800 SQ. FT., 1 ACRE. BRING YOUR HORSES. BEST PRICE IN AREA! FOR ALL YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDS, CALL US FRED & ELLIE KNAPP (702) 566-4500 or 564-1568 309 W. Lake Mead Drive, Henderson, NV 89015 (Henderson Chiropractic Building), corner of Atlantic Don't Make a Move Until & You Call Me UN IQUE WATERSCAPED COMMUNITY — This stunning home is surrounded by babbling brooks, waterfalls and ponds of scrcniiy. 2070 sq. ft. of luxurious living complete with 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths and 2 fireplaces. Professionally decorated and highly upgraded, this home has spectacular views of the wat6r from the living room, formal dining room and master bedroom. This gated community is centrally located with easy access to the strip, airport, freeways and shopping. For your private showing call RON RASMUSSEN at 2224949 or 458-8888. Americana Group/Belter Homes and Garden*. Offered at $225,000. ^< Call Ron.T^day (702) 222-4949 '• • Ji;'('.-.>liJ.r.,: ,1 Oroup,ncuions* I •( • • li.ijnsSS* Proven Success with Honesty & Integrity Ron Rasmussen Realtor 'You'll be glad did'' Office 458-8888 CALLCOLDWELLBANKER COLDWELL BANKER ANCHOR REALTY ^3 501 Nevada Hvtfy., Boulder City ^ 293-5757 FREE! LIST OF ALL HOMES FOR SALE IN B.C. HOMES BOAT DEEP GARAGE 36x32 wHh workshop, laundry & 1/4 ba., 2 covered patios, lakavlew, 2172a.(.,ramodsladcomplta Including roof In 1993. Pricad to aall by ownar llcanaaa. Call Katia for appt. CUSTOM HOME tri-leval 4 bdrm., 3 ba. ovaralzad garaga, lake view, f/p In living rm., tola of ceramic tlla. $285,000. WHITE PICKET FENCE surrounds this lovely remodeled 4 bdrm. home on corner k>t. RV parking In raar, caramk: tllad floors, fraa standing t/p In living rm. and tots mora. Raducad to aall! $179,500. MOBILES/RENTAL PARKS VALLEY VIEW ESTATES 3 bdrm., 2 ba., covarad patio, one year warranty. Home la brand naw! Prtoa raducad! $69,500. CONDOSn'OWNHOUSES LEASE WITH OPTION! Spyglaaa unit has laka vlaw, f/p In IKring rm., asaumabia FHA toan, 2 bdrm., 2-1/2 ba. Saa H now! $119,900. MANUFACTURED HOMES LEASE/OPTION 2 bdrm., 2 ba., 24x24 garaga wtth carport, corner lot, lush landscaping. Owner llcanaaa. LIstad at $140,000. SELLER LISTED BELOW APPRAISAL and will finance this horns! Laka vlaw, 3 bdrm., 2 ba., 2 car garaga, RV parking, fam. rm. w/flreplaca. $227,500. SOUTHWEST STYLING, 3 bdrm., 2 ba., family rm., formal dining, pool and mora. Laasa with option to purchaaa. Owner Llcanaaa. $240,000. LARGE TWO BDRM., 2 ba., larga wrap around porch partly covarad, snctosad carport, RV parking. $149,500. LARGE 4 BDRM., naw roof, 2 patloa, 3 shads, covarad parking, fancad yard, family rm., luah landscaping. $99,500. THREE CAR GARAGE with 1/4 ba., covarad RV stall, 2 bdrm., family rm., foravar laka vlaw. $197,500. INTERIOR DESIGNERS HOME ahows Ilka a modal, 2 bdrm., dan, covarad parking, larga tot, f/p In L/R. Graat prica. $154,900. GREAT PRICE for thia 1826 a.f. homa wHh 2 ear carport, larga covarad porch, 3 bdrm., 2 full baths plua family room. $154,000. RETIREE'S OR 2nd homa, 2 bdrm., 2 bath, 12 x 32 garaga plus 2 car carport Larga corner tot with parking In raar of homa. $129,500. LARGE LOT tots of parking, viaw of mtna., 2 bdrm. dan, storage, covarad porch. $172,500.00. BUSINESS COMMERCIAL RESTAURANTLocatsd on Navada Hwy., longaat astabiishad in Bouldar City. Prtoa includas fixturas & signs. $185,000. ackyard close to schools ...$121,000. QUIET CUL-DE-SAC...Very clean 3 bdrm., 2 baths, large open living area, 2 car garaga, mature landscape ...$164,500. MARINA HIGHLANDS...Custom3bdrm., 1-3/4 bath home, 2 car garage, RV pkg., pooL..$182,500. LOVE THE VIEW!... Open floor plan In custom, 3 bdrm., 2-1/2 bath home w/pool, spa overlooking lake & mtns...$355,000. WATER'S EDGE...Lovely 3 bdrm., 3 bath. Ilka-new w/quallly appllancaa, custom window coverings...$1S5,000. B-HILL CUSTOM!..Over 3200 sq. ft. on half-acre, spacious living areas, 4 bdrms., 21/2 baths, 2 car garaga RV pkg...$255,000. "LAND" LAKE AND MOUNTAIN VIEW LOTS BRING YOUR PLANS • WE HAVE THE LAND .30 Acre 506 MartI Place $ 85,000 .24 Acre 639 Marina Drive $ 92,500 .19 Acre 836 Robinson Lane $109,500 .45 Acre 1442 San Felipe Drive $125,000 .25 Acre 1004 Keys Drive $140,000 .25 Acre 605 Lido Drive $195,000 .25 Acre 1003 Woodacre Dr. $185,000 .37 Acre 1028 Keys Drive $215,000 .21 Acre 1015 Woodacre Dr. $225,000 .43 Acre 101 Stone Canyon Rd. $245,000 .47 Acre 330 Desert Rose Court $275,000 i CALL FOR DETAILS '*We have many other properties available for sale or lease** COME IN OR CALL FOR A FREE LIST OF ALL AVAILABLE PROPERTIES FOR SALE 1310 NEVADA HWY BOULDER CITY FAX 702-293-7477 Joan Currw) 293-1487 Dorothy Molln 393-5067 Claudls Raeeks 23-ee4 Dtanne Vanasss 293-4284 Beth Aidwortli OMM, Broker 293-7074 Cristlna LeSrelon Femaid, Broker 293^116 -^^i TOLL FREE #1-800-553-8081 .JSBW i REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE BOULDER CITY COTTAGE Corner of Av* L & Wyomina-2 bedrm., Ige. living rm., oozy flraplacs, roofed pallo, garden, fruH tree*,grape • rtior, fenosd back yard & room for expansion, stove, fridga, naw roof,' naw carpet, gaa furnace, cooking & morall Muat Seell Only $99,000. CALL NOW-564-4000—GLOBE REAL ESTATE OWNER MUST SELL THIS DOLL HOUSE FIT FOR A QUEEN. IMMACULA TE GREEN VALLEY HOME WITH UPGRADES GALORE! CULDE SAC LOCATION. II35SQ. FT. WITH 2 LARGE MASTER SIZE BEDROOMS, 2 FULL BATH, FABULOUS FIREPLACE IN LIVING ROOM,GREAT KITCHEN WITH EAT-IN NOOK, INSIDE LAUNDRY AREA, COVERED PATIO AND 2 CAR GARAGE... COMMUNITY POOLS. ASKING $103,950. CALL ROBIN @ 496-5125. RANCHO VISTA REALTY Buying? Selling? Relocating? fl^ InslsLon Henderson's Finest iai OntuQ^ 21 Henderson Realty 18 Water St. Henderaon, Nv. 89015 (702)564-2515 EInora TIedemann Page 471-3389 Sandra Mosser Page 693-0391 0 Da^Wm Bible Really 1520 Nevada Highway Boulder City, Nevada 89005 DARWIN BIBLE • RMI Estata Broker • (702) 294-1144 DARWIN'S AUCTIONS • NAA • (702) 293-3996 CELLULAR (702) 596-3996 • FAX (702) 293-7896 BOULDER CITY "SLEEPER" Two lots (tht six* ot lour lots) forth* prica of on*. Ov*r $300. foot of unol>struct*d vlaw of Lak*M**dfromthlsfilllild* lot. Most sit* work Is eomplatad. Tills Is th* bast iMjy In tfi* area. If you ar* r*ady to build th* l)om* of your dreams or just looking lor an sxcallent Invaatmant. Let ussliowyoutfiisoutstanding iMjy. Llatadat only $149,900. Darwin Bible R*alty, 294-1144. Banner Realty Experience the Difference! Call 294-1500 RESIDENTIAL IMMACULATE 4 Bedroom in Marina Highland Estates, Lake & Mtn. view. Priced for QUICK SALE $219,000. IMMEDIATE MOVE IN TO SPECTACULAR LAKE MEAD VIEW HOME. 4 bedroom, 3 car garage. Brand new single story. Truly a must see. $525,000. LARGE CUL-DE-SAC LOT W/RV PARKING. Walk to schools and City recreation area. 3 bedrooms, 2-car garage. Asking $210,000. EXQUISITE LAKE MEAD VIEW. Owner built with attention to detail. 4 bedroom, 4 1/2 bath, 5 car garage. REDUCED TO $665,000. CUSTOM TRI-LEVEL, 2 living rooms, 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, oversized 2 car garage with RV parking. Pride of ownership. Reduced to $295,000. COUNTRY HOME & GUEST HOUSE, 7 Car Garage on huge tot. 4 bedrooms. Formal Dining, 3 fireplaces, Horse barn and corrals & more. $495,000. SPECTACUUR LAKE MEAD VEW. Curved stainway enhances open floor plan. Lake or mountain views from all rooms. Large 3 bedrooms, 3 bath, 3 car garage. Fountains, 3 fireplaces, and superb quality throughouL $695,000. PAUTIAL ESTATE—On 2 acres—10,000 sq. ft. under roof, pool & horses, separate guest house—$1,985,000. CONDOS AND TOWNHOMES QUICK MOVE-IN. New construction. Lake Mead View fAi4ni|lna|C^ve Townhome. Custom featM^iMMrMfis, 3-1/2 baths, 2-way fireplace, bonus room. $219,000. EASY QUALIFYING. Owner will carry. NEW & ready to move In. Custom townhome with Lake Mead view. 3 bdrms., 3-1 12 baths, 2 car garage. $235,000. LAKEMEAD VIEW. New townhome, 2110 sq. ft., 3 bedroom, 3-1/2 bath, 2 car gar. Rental at $1600 4security deposit. LAND PRIME LOT IN HISTORIC DISTRICT, Good traffic. Seller financing considered. AWESOME LAKE VIEW IN QUIET AREA, 2/3 ACRE. Ready to build. Only $275,000. GREAT COMMERCIAL location in Old Town BouMer City—OWC—$79,500. 1/4 ACRE CORNER LOT In Custom Home area $99,000. MOUNTAIN VIEW Lot In Custom Home Area-$95,000 OWC. MOUNTAIN VIEW • *. HORSES—1 acre— Won't Last At $89,900. COMMERCIAL/PROFESSIONAL—YOUR CHOICE! 1.0 acre, 3.45 acres, 4.45 acres or 5.63 acres, starting at under $4.00/8q. ft. Owner financing consMercd. 2.5 ACRES—Great buy In SW Las Vegas. Reduced to $60,000. COMMERCIAL & BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY TURN KEY OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOU! Restaurant In Historic Downtown Boulder City. Land, bulMIng, equipment, furniture and fixtures. Call 294-1500 for appointment. TAKING RESERVATIONS for OffkM/Warehouse, CM zoning, Only 12 units available. Excluslvely wKh Banner. Call now. 03 Itoiildtr ( il\ • I,IS \\'\iA\ 1W\ ^uitii.Sl. ll(Mil(ltr( it\.Nt>;i(liiy()(l.> HENDERSON AT 66 4 BAY HILROFILH1115 ARDUES AVE E. SL'NNY'VALE, CA 94086 L) • 44-6 Gators thrash Western Page 12 WadePerkine Tuesday, Novembers, 1994 Henderson, Nevada 25* High voter turnout expected today Roy Theiss News Staff Writer The Clark County Election Department is predicting a 75% voter turnout today. The polls are open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. The last general election for the presidential race had a 70% turnout, an official at the Election Department said. Batch plants sed I I I I Kathy Streeter News Staff Writer The Henderson Planning Commission voted against two batch plants which operate close to residential areas during Thursday's meeting. The rock-crushing facilities create in inordinate amount of dust, noise and truck trafTic, residents said. They turned out in force to voice their opposition to the plants. One is located at 2470 W. Lake Mead Dr. and the other is at 580 Horizon Ridge Parkway. FKC, Inc. requested a use permit for their Lake Mead crusher plant including above ground diesel/oil tanks. A representative of the company said 15,000 more yards of material are left to crush. It would require 15 working days provided there are no strong winds or mechanical breakdowns he said. Residents of adjacent neighborhoods said the rock-crushing operation has been at the temporary Lake Mead location almost a year while they were told it would be there one to two months. Jeffrey Maxon, representing Kathryn Ferguson, Registrar of Voters for Clark County, said she expects a higher number of Southern Nevada residents to vote than compared with the national average. The national average is between 30% to 60% voter turnout. Her prediction on the higher turnout in Clark Covmty is based on the primary election turnout. Clark County had a 42% turnout while the rest of the country only had a voter turnout of 25%. Ferguson also said the school bond question and several high profile races will bring out the voters. "It's a fairly interesting ballot." Another indication that residents will take the time to vote is approximately 10,500 already have participated by voting early. Ferguson said it is difficult to predict whether the constant mudslinging by many of the candidates will adversely affect voter turnout. "It is hard to say if it affects the voters and makes them mad [and vote against the person] or if they decide not to vote. I don't think it is a good thing and I think the best way is to discuss the issues." Among the races Henderson voters will be decide on includes one U.S. Senator, two Congressmen and the governor of the state. Henderson voters will also decide whether to amend the Nevada Constitution on nine separate issues, two Sales and Use Tax issues and one county issue—the school bond. Rides to polls The United Steelworkers of America, Local 4856, will offer rides to the polls today. Call 565-8207 or 565-0226 if you need a ride. See Plants Page 5 Brian Jones/News Staff Writer PRYING — Henderson firefighters survey the scene after a Thursday morning accident at American Pacific Road and Gibson Road. Both, the driver of the Corvette and the other vehicle were transported to University Medical Center but their condHion is unknown. Police said the accident was a result of a failure to yield. Accident results in charges Thomas Moore News Staff Writer Two people were injured Thursday and one faces charges after their vehicles collided at the intersection of American Pacific Road and Gibson Road. Sathe Burch, 20, was driving north on Gibson Road just before 9 a.m. and then turned left onto American Pacific Road in front of a vehicle driven by Dale Claxon, 51. Claxon was traveling south on Gibson. Both victims were transported to University Medical Center but no information on their condition was available be News deadline Monday morning. A spokesman for the Henderson Police said Burch was cited with failure to yield. Wally's Casino receives OK Kathy Streeter News Staff Writer Cannon's passing leaves hole in community Roy Theiss News Staff Writer Anything good that happened in Henderson was because Artie Cannon had a part in it is the way many friends remember her. She died of complications from cancer Nov. 2. The depth and breath of her volunteer work reached all facets within the city. But working behind the scenes on various committees was only one part of her: She was quick to lend a helping hand to individuals no matter what time of day or night. "I didn't know anyone in my life to give of themselves so much," husband Tom said, remembering his wife. The two would have celebrated their 37th wedding anniversary this Valentine'sDay. "One thing that really stands out in my mind is that Artie never thought of herself," said former City Clerk Dorothy Vonderbrink, who got to know Artie when she had to swear her in on many of the committees on which she sat," See Cannon Page 5 Wally's Wagon Wheel C asino received the nod from Henderson Planning Commissioners Thursday night after some discussion about the effects of the zone change on nearby property. Walter Weiss representing Magna Leisure Corp. asked for an amended land use from residential to highway-commercial. The 5.3-acre site is located east of Boulder Highway and south of Roberts Road in the River Mountain planning area. Weiss met with adjacent homeowners to present his plans for Wally's Wagon Wheel Hotel/ Casino. After some residents expressed concern, Weiss agreed to change his original design so that a larger buffer zone would cxiit between tlie casino/hotel and a mobile home park on the northern boundary. "I think we've alieviated most of the concerns," Weiss said. "There was one concern that I absolutely have no control over. Diane Booker seems to feel that if we get our zone changed that that will set a precedent with Lewis Homes [and they] will be able to re-zone all their property to commercial or to build apartments. I have no control over that. That's a concern I really can't address." Booker, president of the River Mountain Homeowners Association, said homeowners have several concerns. The greatest concern, she said is what will happen to the balance of the vacant property if Weiss is granted a zone change. Weiss received the city's approval for a smaller project, however, he said he could not obtain financing unless he enlarged the casino/ hotel. Woman unlocking mysteries of Civil War scrapbook Kathy Streeter News Staff Writer When Lois Denaut's mother died this summer, she went back to California to help her father sort through her mother's things. High on a shelf in her mother's closet Denaut found a leatherbound scrap book. She expected to find pictures of family inside the book, instead the pages were full of original pictures of Abraham Lincoln, Ulyssis S. Grant, Stonewall Jackson, Robert E. Lee and other prominent figures of theCivil War period. Carefiilly clipped newspaper articles chronicle the progress of the War from a very Southern perspective. Most were clipped from the Richmond Dispatch which Denaut said was burned by Union soldiers during the War. The scrapbook appears to have been compiled by ayoung, wealthy Southern woman. Delicate love letters are adhered to several pages, some in theform of carefully penned poems, others on expensive stationary. "Buford, 1 love you so" is written in pencil above a picture of a somber-looking officer. And rules to a girls school are pasted on a page near the back of the book. Denaut has been trying to imlock some of the mysteries the book holds. None of the names which appear beneath photos or in letters are members of Denaut's ancestry. Hergreat^grandmother lived on a plantation in Alabama, but the newspaper cUppings indicate the book was compiled in Virginia. By tracinghergenealogy, Denaut did find some distant relatives who lived in Virginia during the Civil War, but none of the names correspond to those in the book. The photo of Abraham Lincoln was taken in April 1861 and experts have verified that the photo is an original. Other photos are $•• Scrapbook Pages Bnan Jones/News Staff CONFEDERATE FACES — Lois Denaut holds a page from the scrapbook she found after her mother died. Albumen photographs of Jefferson Davis, president of the Confederacy, and Alexander Stevens, vice president of the Confederacy are on the top of the page beneath the Confederate flag. "Mr. Weiss assured residents that he would make sure noise, security, lighting would be his first concern," Booker said. The mtgority of the residents have many reservations with respect to the close proximity of this additional 5.2 acres. ... We're not just looking at Mr. Wiese's project and the ramifications of it — but further down the road of what the current owner, Lewis Homes of Nevada, may try to zone the balance of this land for, what they have tried for many years to convince the neighborhood — multi-family." Several other residents expressed concern regarding property values and traffic. The mobile home resident closest to Weise's property voiced his support of the project. "Somewhere along the line we've gat to give," he said, 1 think this is the time to do it." The casino will be one stoiy, according to Weiss, with a fourstory, 400-room hotel. The commission voted to recomend approval ofthe zone change and a comprehensive plan amendment. Commissioner David Wood voted against the comprehensive plan amendment; all others voted in favor. "I understand what the residents are concerned about," Commissioner EricDobberstein said. "At the same time I think that it is inevitable that there will be more development along Boulder Highway, and that it would be this type of project I think that the applicant is reasonable in what he is asking for. I also think the applicant has done everything possible to work with adjacent land owners. I think the project should move forward." INSIDE Veterans Wall purpose twofold Timet pays poli bill for strike Overview Education Obituaries Sports 12 Classifieds 14 VohHne4S,B9mE
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imm m^^mmmmm Page 2 Henderson Home News Tuesday, Novembers, 1994 OVERVIEW PAUL 8ZYDELK0 Long-awaited Election Day finally here A little about a lot: Election Day is here: Don't forget to vote today. Polls are open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Like many of you, I feel passionate about a few races, and have a ho-hum attitude toward others. With all the mudslinging, I almost feel ashamed having to pick either candidate in some races. By tonight well know the winners. A message to most of the candidates: Clean up your act. Tell us about what you're about before trashing your opponent. A message to all the candidates: Remove all your signs oflF our streets promptly. Simpson jury selection: Twelve jurors were finally selected laqt week to weigh the evidence in the O.J. Simpson trial, and alternates will be selected in the coming weeks. Eight of the jurors are black, two Hispanic, one a Native American and one white. Eight are women. Only three have education beyond high school. On this most shallow surface, the defense team must be pleased. Having served on a jury for a civil trial last year, I found the selection process just as interesting as the main trial. The dynamics involved in the selection of our jury was far less sophisticated, no doubt, and our trial lasted just a week. Even though they will be shielded fi-om the spotlight and sequestered, a few members of the O.J. jury will assert themselves and become mini-stars early next year when the verdict is reached. Cynicism conHrmed with children's murders: I kept it to myself, but looking at Susan Smith plead for the return of her children on national television last week, I felt something wasn't right. I couldn't put my finger on it, but I thought it was a pubUcity ploy or yes, maybe even the mother or father had something to do with it the disappearance. With Susan Smith's confession that she drove the car with her two young sons into a lake, my darkest feelings were confirmed. She made a mockery of many people in that town and throughout the nation who cared, who prayed for their safe return, who searched everywhere for the missing car and children. It wasn't exactly a betrayal of trust, but a disrespect for our good nature, a nature that's rapidly dissolving into a profound cynicism about anybody who wants us to feel anything or do anything for them. End of the world, film at 11: "Without Warning," a CBS movie about asteroids i dooming the earth Oct. 30, drew lots of calls to network affiliates throughout the country firom viewers who thought it was real. Are people that simple-minded to believe that CBS had the exclusive story about the end of the world? They don't know that CNN would probably be onto the story? Did they lose their remote control in the couch? To the broadcast journalists who participated in the movie: You ought to be ashamed. Does credibility mean anything to you? Softball fund-raiser: The Home News fielded a credible team in last weekend's Easter Seals marathon softball tournament at Freedom Park in Las Vegas. We played in the brisk night air for a couple hours, defeating our opponents 20-something to 1. Thanks especially to photographer/manager Brian Jones and sports writer D.J. Allen for making us all look good. Szydeiko is managing editor of the Henderson Home News. Tlmet pays COD bill late Thomas Moor* News Staff Writer Accident sends two toUMC ThomM Moor* News Staff Writer Two men were sent to University Medical Center Saturday after being involved in whatpolice think may be an alcohol-related accident. UMC officials were unavailable for commentbyA/ieu;s deadline and the men's condition was unknown. Martin Smith, 37, and Alan Anderson, 36, were both transported to UMC Saturday morning just after 7 a.m. when the two vehicles they were driving collided at the intersection of Sunset Road and Chandler Street. Anderson was traveling east on Sunset Road at a high rate of speed, said Capt. WaltZawrrotny, the commander of the Patrol Division. Smith made a right turn onto Sunset Road when Anderson collided with him. Zawrotny said Anderson had previously had his licence revoked for driving under the influence and the police are now awaiting the results of a blood alcohol test. Zawrotney said charges pending against Anderson. The long strike at Titanium Metals Corp. left more than bad feelings in Henderson. It also left thecity holding thebillfor$15,540 which Timet was supposed to reimburse it for overtime-pay accrued by police guarding the picket line. The payment was late enough to prompt the city to send Timet an, "or-else letter" as City Attorney Shauna Hughes put it, to get the recalcitrant company to send the cash. Hughes said she called Timet Monday morning and a company official assured her the check was in the mail. That official said he had no idea why the payment was sent late. The reason for the payments was an agreement struck between Timet and the Henderson Police Department. The strike made for extra work for the police who had to make sure the main entrance for Timet on Lake Mead was peaceful as the workers hired to replace the strikers came and left the plant They ensured the safety by having a constant police presence at each shift change and the extra presence resulted in over-time work for the police. Initially the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police had the responsibility of watching the line but it was discovered, toward the end of the strike, that the entrance was actually in Henderson city limits. The torch was passed to Henderson which eventually racked up $88,356 dollars in overtime. City officials said Timet agreed to pay for the overtime to Henderson just as it had done for Metro. Thomas Powell, the assistant director of Henderson's finance department, said letters such as the one sent to Timet are usually written and mailed if the bill is two months or more late. He said he beUeved Timet had met all of its other payments on time except for this last one which, he confirmed, the Finance Department had received. Police ask business: 'Lock up painf Brian Jones/News Staff TRANSPORTING — Henderson firefighters take a victim to the ambulance after an accident Thursday at Green Valley Parkway and Lake Mead Drive. The condition of the two men in the accident is unknown. A police official said the intersection has been the scene of many accidents. Vehicles crash at dangerous crossing Thomas Moor* News Staff Writer Two men were ii^ured when a taxi and another vehicle collided Thursday at what Police Capt. Walt Zawrotny calls a dangerous intersection. The men were taken to University Medical Center and St. Rose Dominican Hospital but their condition was unknown. The accident occurred at Lake Mead Drive and Green Valley Parkway when the taxi, driven by Alfonso England, 20, tried to turn left onto Lake Mead Drive. The taxi hit the second vehicle traveling west on Lake Mead Drive. That vehicle, driven by Robert White, 45, rolled over. England was cited for a failure to yield. However, Zawrotny said the accident is just one of many at that intersection which is becoming a problem. "We have had a lot of bad accidents there," he said. He explained that people traveling on Lake Mead Drive often drive too fast and turning either east or west on the road has become very difTicult. The problem is made worse with the increase in traffic when people use Lake Mead Drive to get to the expressway entrance. Thomas Moor* News Staff Writer Lock up the spray paint and large markers is the message Henderson Police are giving Henderson businesses right now. A few weeks ago, police became aware that many businesses were in violation of a city ordinance that mandates businesses selHng spray paint and large felt markers keep those supplies locked up. The law was a reaction to the growing problem of "tagging" where the vandal simply writes his or her nickname in the most prominentandriskyspotpossible. Asking stores to lock up the materials and sell them only to people over 18 years of age was an attempt to at least slow down the spread of graffiti. However, police had received reports that many stores which sold spray paint were not locking up the supplies. And a quick check of some stores by the News two weeks ago found spray paint out in the open: Skips Ameri tone Paint Center on Boulder Highway, Decatrend Paint on Sunset Road, Sherwin-Williams also on Boulder Highway as well as the Wal-Mart on Lake Mead Drive. Walt Zawrotny, the commander of the patrol division, said that most businesses simply are not aware of the law and when notified, quickly agree to lock up the supplies. He said Home Depot had for while one of the largest suppl i es of spray pain frkept^^ai— locked. But when told of the ordinance, Zawrotny said, the store quickly complied. A News check of the store done at the same time as the other stores found the large case of spray paint cans locked tightly and out of reach of minors. Sgt Gary Smith said patrol officers started notifying the businesses about the law Oct. 26, and most places should be aware of the law in a couple of weeks. The officers are handing out copies of the law during their patrols when not busy with calls. Smith also said the business people have no problem complying once they are told. "There has been no problem," Smith said. "They were willing to go along." Cops foil two would-be robbers Threejuveniles were arrested Friday after two of them were spotted wearing ski masks — and one of them carrying a gun —approaching the Vons at Pecos Road and Windmill Lane. According to a Henderson Police news release, the three were arrested at approximately 2:30 p.m. when a patrol officer saw them walking toward the store. An investigation led to the arrest of another juvenile and the three have been charged with various crimes including conspiracy to commit robbery and possession of stolen property. Veterans Wall serves dual purpose Roy Theiss News Staff Writer When it comes to serving the country, Nevada has deep roots. The Silver State's motto is "Battle Bom" and closer to home, Henderson was bom out of the war effort in the 1940s. This Veterans Day, a special tribute will be held in the new Civic Plaza (adj acent to City Hall) to honor the people who have served their country. A Veterans Day ceremony will begin at 3:30 p.m. Friday with the Henderson Civic Symphony performing. Several dignitaries will speak including Gov. Bob Miller and Councilman Paul Ruth. The cornerstone of the Civic Plaza, three memorial walls, will be unveiled during the ceremony. 'We need to provide the history of war and its meaning. If the Idds don't understand their relatives paid a pretty heavy price, there's something wrong." In honor of Henderson's soldiers who served their country during war time, a Veteran's Wall pays tribute the city's deceased veterans. The Vietnam Wall honors all Henderson residents who were involved in that war. The third wall, called the Pioneer Wall, pays tribute to city leaders. All mayors and city council members past, present and future, will have their names Alcoliol thought to cause crash Thomas Moor* News Staff Writer A traffic accident at Sunset Road and Boulder Highway Friday sent five people to the hospital and may have been alcohol-related, said a Henderson Police news release. Just before 8:30 p.m., Richard Wayne Clark, 46, of Henderson was speeding on Sunset Road when he failed to stop at the light at Boulder Highway said the release. His vehicle struck another vehicle driven by Daniel James Keying, 36, ofNeedles, Calif who, along with Clark and three other occupants of the vehicles were taken to University Medical Center for their ii\juries. According to a UMC spokesperson, Clark was in good condition Monday morning. The spokesperson had no information on Heying ortheotherthree people whose names were not given in the release. The release did say none of their iixjuries appeared to be life-threatening. The investigation is continuing and police are waiting for the results of the blood alcohol tests. Bob Swadell engraved on the granite wall. Bob Swadell, chairman of Henderson's Municipal Facilities Committee, said the memorial walls are important from a historical aspect. "We need to provide the history of war and its meaning. If the kids don't understand their relatives paid a pretty heavy price, there's something wrong. "It's importantto me and should be to everyone else. It's a pretty important thing to be able to write what you want," said Swadell, a retired Army Lieutenant Colonel. Paul Gargis, a district officer with the local Veterans of Foreign Wars, echoed Swadell's sentiments. The wall pays a small homage to veterans who served overseas and fought for things we believe in." Along with the memorial walls, several reflecting ponds are located in the Civic Plaza FamiUes and friends of veterans can sit and reflect on the sacrifices both the soldiers and the families made. Gargis said the memorial walls are an example of patriotic pride other cities should follow. "It is a shame more cities around the country don't put forth the effort that Henderson does. It shows a lot of pride in the community. "I feel very proud to live here and call Henderson my home." In addition to providing an avenue to the past, the Civic Plaza also ties the city's future together. "I think this is an elegant facility," Swadell said. The Council wanted to make this the centerpiece of the city," he added. "It ties everything together." The $1.2 million outdoor plaza is part of the on-going modernization of City Hall. The Convention Center next door will double in size after the Municipal Court moves into the new Justice Facility across Water Street The south side of the plaza has also seen build up in the area with the Emergency Services Facility opening last November. Correction The Thursday, Oct. 27 edition of the News incorrectly listed the monthly price per student for Project Lunch Break. The cost is $28 per student per month. HOMENEWS An Independent Newspaper Founded June 1, 1951 Published every Tuesday and Thursday morning at 2 Commerce Center Drive, Henderson, Nevada, by HBO Publications Inc. Second class postage paid at Henderson, Nevada. (USPS 516649) POSTMASTER; Send address changes to: HENDERSON HOME NEWS 2 Commerce Center Drive Henderson, NV 89014 Phone (702) 564-1881 Customer complaint calls will be accepted from 7 to 10 am on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Missed papers will be distributed by noon. MIKE O'CALLAGHAN Publisher CAROLYN O'CALLAGHAN Co-Publisher TIM O'CALLAGHAN General Manager PAUL SZYDELKO Managing Editor MARY COLLEEN MIELE Circulation Manager HBC PUBLICATIONS Mike O'Callaghan, President; Carolyn O'Callaghan, Vice President; Tim O'Callaghan, TreasurerA/ice President; Mary Colleen Miele, Vice President; Ruthe Deskin, Secretary. SUBSCRIPTION RATES Single 25 cents One Year $20 MAIL SUBSCRIPTIONS West of Mississippi$30 per year $20 for six months East of Mississippi$35 per year $25 for fiix months mam wm ^m Tuesday, November 8, 1994 Henderson Home News Page 3 pity to hire consultant for freeway problems Roy TheiH News Staff Writer An informal meeting with city officials and residents was held Thursday night to develop a plan to alleviate the noise problem created by the new Interstate 515 extension. Roberts Rules of Order were discarded immediately and the atmosphere was on the lines of friendly chat at the general store. Introductions were given by both city officials and homeowners and soon afterward, residents were looking over official s' shoulders at specific documents detailing the noise problem with the new freeway. Coimcilman Paul Ruth said the Nevada Department of Transportation seems to softening its negative stance from initial meetings. NDOT was invited to two of the three City Council meetings in the last six weeks to discuss noise and safety problems associated with the new freeway. "Before we had a bureaucrat standing behind the regulations he has," Ruth said. "He reiterated that nothing can be done. But somehow something can be done." At the last Council meeting, NDOT officials said federal policy states that sound walls are only built if homes are either built or scheduled to be built next to highways. Compounding the problem, NDOT has never used any money to retrofit freeways with sound walls after homes are built. City Manager Phil Speight saw an opportunity to seek funding through the federal regulations. If the sound level exceeds 67 decibels or if there is a difference of 15 decibels before and after project is built, that project may qualify for funding, Ron Hill, directoroftransportationforNDOT, said at the last Council meeting. Speight said the only way to argue the noise levels is to hire an expert so they can follow state protocol. Public Works Director Mark Calhoun added that the consultants they are considering are very familiar with the preand post-freeway noise study work. He added the city has asked for 10 sound tests. "We need to gather our own information prior to moving forward," Speight said. In doing so, when the city contacts state politicians, they will be able to refute NDOTs claims, he added. One resident said he didn't feel a 24-hour study conducted by NDOT is enough for a 20-year period. When the noise study was conducted in his yard, the wind was blowing the other way, he added. Homeowner Al Smith said he was disappointed that citizens didn't have a chance to speak at the last Council meeting because he wanted to refute what NDOT officials stated. Homeowner Fred Calandra said NDOT has an opportunity to build sound walls that shouldn't cost the state anything. The dirt NDOT dug up near Horizon Drive to create the underpass sits in a mound next to the road. Calandra asked NDOT why it hasn'tused the dirtfor sound walls and was told the dirt belongs to the contractor. But he remains skeptical because state trucks have already hauled away tons of the dirt. They brought in trucks and worked all night to get rid of the mountain of dirt. When they said they had no money for sound attenuation, who got the money for the dirt?" Bobby Shelton, public information officer for NDOT, confirmed the dirt does belong to the contractor. Shelton said the contractor may bring in extra dirt to do the job without having to stop and go back for more. "It's not a question that everything on the job site belongs to the state." Calandra also said the state knew homes were going to be in the area because it bought three one-half acres of property across the street from him. WarrenReasland addressed an ancillary problem created by the noise in his backyard—not being able to get Federal Housing Authority insurance for his house or the row houses next to him until one year after completion of the house. He presented city officials with a letter from the Department of Housing and Urban Development that states, "If proposed housing locations he in an area in which the noise factor exceeds 75 decibels, the site should be rejected and no new residential development should be considered in this zone." If the noise level is between 65 to 75 decibels, mitigating measures are needed to obtain insurance, the document states. Reasland obtained a copy of the sound test in his backyard from NDOT which shows numerous measurements of 68 and 69 decibel readings. Speight said they will try to bring the consultant to the next meeting but the date has notbeen determined. "I pledge to you that we will keep on it." Finding homes in an emergency Thomas Moore News Staff Writer In an emergency, Henderson's Police and Fire Departments have an incredible array of equipment to help them get there quickly. The newest maps and a new communication center where dispatchers can look up addresses and dispatch the units aids them in getting to the scene as fast as possible. However, concern arose at the last City Council meeting that some homes may not have adequate address numbers on their hniisft.s and as a result, emergency responders may have difficulty finding them. Consequently, the Council asked Planning Director George Garcia to look into the status of address numbering and report back to the Council. However, emergency responders in Henderson said while it would be great if the numbers were larger, there is not currently a problem with finding homes. "It always helps us if we can readily look out and see them," said Capt. Walt Zawrotny, the commander ofthePatrolDi vision. He explained any extra help in finding the homes would be welcomed. But because his officers are always patrolli ng the city anyway, Zawrotny said they get a good feeUng where certain neighborhoods are and how to find their way around. A spokesperson in the Fire Prevention division of the Fire Department agreed with Zawrotny. He said most places are easy to find and that is especially true of the newer housing developments. Most of them, he said, are placing the numbers prominently on the front of homes and sometimes they are on lighted boxes, so they can easily be seen at night. But, he added, thefire vehicles usually carry lots of illumination when they are on a call and so hghtedboxes^re notneededT^Our guys are used to it," the spokesman said. "They're used to looking for HPRD hosts 3rd annual fishing derby One of HPRD's most popular events, the FishingDerby returns from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 12 at the BMI Pool, adjacent to the Youth Center at 105 W. Basic Road. Co-sponsored by the Henderson Parks and Recreation Department, the Nevada Fish and Game Department and the Sports Authority, this third annual event is free and open to all anglers under the age of 12. The Fishing Derby is a great SUPPORT YOUR COMMUNITY NEWSPAPER way to introduce children to a lifelong love of fishing, a spokesman said. The pool will be stocked with plenty of live trout, and each child will be allowed to catch two fish. Limited registration begins Monday, Nov. 7, for a two-hour time block. Depending on enrollment, open spots may not be available the day of the derby. Registration for the Derby will be accepted at the Lorin L. Williams Indoor Pool, 500 W. Palo Verde Dr. For more information, call 565-2123. Wwllii SJ@W. DALE STODDARD Constable Paid for by Dale Stoddard, 17 Grove St, Henderson addresses but I will agree that any help will be good." He said one problem with the idea might be light bulbs burning out. He explained maintenance is often more of a problem than the original regulations. People often paint over numbers that were originally easy to see and make it more difficult for the firefighters. Claude Larson, an inspector with the Planning Department, said Henderson requires builders to place numbers that are at least three inches high and reflective. He said they should also be in a contrasting color to the paint of the house. — Garcia w i ll pr e s e nt h is f i nd i ng s to the Council at the Dec. 6 meeting. CHILI COOKOFF! SAT. NOV. 12 NOON TO FIVE ICS PRIZES! MISS CHILI PEPPER CONTEST 2PM $100 FIRST PRIZE PT'S SLOT CASINO j„< NOW OPEN ^ 564-5501 745 W. Sunset (Between rreeway & Boulder Hwy.) PARTS. SALES, SERVICE, ACCESSORIES 456-7803 4350 E. Sunset Henderson, NV 89014 • Soups, Sakids, Sandwiches • Dtsserts • Beer, Wine • Fresh Baked Muffins, Cookies, Fat-lree Cinnamon Rolls & Muffins -k Md that perfect final touch to your holiday dinner by serving one of our cakes or Pies alon^Avith one of our speciality coffees! Speciality Baskets Created by Stephanie that will compliment any occasion! Treat your office to a holiday party catered with jK)liday^2arty trays, desert platters and warm, spicy or cold beverages. Pd PolAdv With a proven record of service to Green Valley, Kathy Harney has earned the support of Henderson Fire Fighters. 7m!^^s;assii!!ss^!i^^^!S^;s^^Sil^ • • • '>..ii.W'.J|i.ljVti i mmmm '.un.m'umm'Mi^' m w^"-' MWiSMit^ ^

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imm m^^mmmmm Page 2 Henderson Home News Tuesday, Novembers, 1994 OVERVIEW PAUL 8ZYDELK0 Long-awaited Election Day finally here A little about a lot: Election Day is here: Don't forget to vote today. Polls are open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Like many of you, I feel passionate about a few races, and have a ho-hum attitude toward others. With all the mudslinging, I almost feel ashamed having to pick either candidate in some races. By tonight well know the winners. A message to most of the candidates: Clean up your act. Tell us about what you're about before trashing your opponent. A message to all the candidates: Remove all your signs oflF our streets promptly. Simpson jury selection: Twelve jurors were finally selected laqt week to weigh the evidence in the O.J. Simpson trial, and alternates will be selected in the coming weeks. Eight of the jurors are black, two Hispanic, one a Native American and one white. Eight are women. Only three have education beyond high school. On this most shallow surface, the defense team must be pleased. Having served on a jury for a civil trial last year, I found the selection process just as interesting as the main trial. The dynamics involved in the selection of our jury was far less sophisticated, no doubt, and our trial lasted just a week. Even though they will be shielded fi-om the spotlight and sequestered, a few members of the O.J. jury will assert themselves and become mini-stars early next year when the verdict is reached. Cynicism conHrmed with children's murders: I kept it to myself, but looking at Susan Smith plead for the return of her children on national television last week, I felt something wasn't right. I couldn't put my finger on it, but I thought it was a pubUcity ploy or yes, maybe even the mother or father had something to do with it the disappearance. With Susan Smith's confession that she drove the car with her two young sons into a lake, my darkest feelings were confirmed. She made a mockery of many people in that town and throughout the nation who cared, who prayed for their safe return, who searched everywhere for the missing car and children. It wasn't exactly a betrayal of trust, but a disrespect for our good nature, a nature that's rapidly dissolving into a profound cynicism about anybody who wants us to feel anything or do anything for them. End of the world, film at 11: "Without Warning," a CBS movie about asteroids i dooming the earth Oct. 30, drew lots of calls to network affiliates throughout the country firom viewers who thought it was real. Are people that simple-minded to believe that CBS had the exclusive story about the end of the world? They don't know that CNN would probably be onto the story? Did they lose their remote control in the couch? To the broadcast journalists who participated in the movie: You ought to be ashamed. Does credibility mean anything to you? Softball fund-raiser: The Home News fielded a credible team in last weekend's Easter Seals marathon softball tournament at Freedom Park in Las Vegas. We played in the brisk night air for a couple hours, defeating our opponents 20-something to 1. Thanks especially to photographer/manager Brian Jones and sports writer D.J. Allen for making us all look good. Szydeiko is managing editor of the Henderson Home News. Tlmet pays COD bill late Thomas Moor* News Staff Writer Accident sends two toUMC ThomM Moor* News Staff Writer Two men were sent to University Medical Center Saturday after being involved in whatpolice think may be an alcohol-related accident. UMC officials were unavailable for commentbyA/ieu;s deadline and the men's condition was unknown. Martin Smith, 37, and Alan Anderson, 36, were both transported to UMC Saturday morning just after 7 a.m. when the two vehicles they were driving collided at the intersection of Sunset Road and Chandler Street. Anderson was traveling east on Sunset Road at a high rate of speed, said Capt. WaltZawrrotny, the commander of the Patrol Division. Smith made a right turn onto Sunset Road when Anderson collided with him. Zawrotny said Anderson had previously had his licence revoked for driving under the influence and the police are now awaiting the results of a blood alcohol test. Zawrotney said charges pending against Anderson. The long strike at Titanium Metals Corp. left more than bad feelings in Henderson. It also left thecity holding thebillfor$15,540 which Timet was supposed to reimburse it for overtime-pay accrued by police guarding the picket line. The payment was late enough to prompt the city to send Timet an, "or-else letter" as City Attorney Shauna Hughes put it, to get the recalcitrant company to send the cash. Hughes said she called Timet Monday morning and a company official assured her the check was in the mail. That official said he had no idea why the payment was sent late. The reason for the payments was an agreement struck between Timet and the Henderson Police Department. The strike made for extra work for the police who had to make sure the main entrance for Timet on Lake Mead was peaceful as the workers hired to replace the strikers came and left the plant They ensured the safety by having a constant police presence at each shift change and the extra presence resulted in over-time work for the police. Initially the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police had the responsibility of watching the line but it was discovered, toward the end of the strike, that the entrance was actually in Henderson city limits. The torch was passed to Henderson which eventually racked up $88,356 dollars in overtime. City officials said Timet agreed to pay for the overtime to Henderson just as it had done for Metro. Thomas Powell, the assistant director of Henderson's finance department, said letters such as the one sent to Timet are usually written and mailed if the bill is two months or more late. He said he beUeved Timet had met all of its other payments on time except for this last one which, he confirmed, the Finance Department had received. Police ask business: 'Lock up painf Brian Jones/News Staff TRANSPORTING — Henderson firefighters take a victim to the ambulance after an accident Thursday at Green Valley Parkway and Lake Mead Drive. The condition of the two men in the accident is unknown. A police official said the intersection has been the scene of many accidents. Vehicles crash at dangerous crossing Thomas Moor* News Staff Writer Two men were ii^ured when a taxi and another vehicle collided Thursday at what Police Capt. Walt Zawrotny calls a dangerous intersection. The men were taken to University Medical Center and St. Rose Dominican Hospital but their condition was unknown. The accident occurred at Lake Mead Drive and Green Valley Parkway when the taxi, driven by Alfonso England, 20, tried to turn left onto Lake Mead Drive. The taxi hit the second vehicle traveling west on Lake Mead Drive. That vehicle, driven by Robert White, 45, rolled over. England was cited for a failure to yield. However, Zawrotny said the accident is just one of many at that intersection which is becoming a problem. "We have had a lot of bad accidents there," he said. He explained that people traveling on Lake Mead Drive often drive too fast and turning either east or west on the road has become very difTicult. The problem is made worse with the increase in traffic when people use Lake Mead Drive to get to the expressway entrance. Thomas Moor* News Staff Writer Lock up the spray paint and large markers is the message Henderson Police are giving Henderson businesses right now. A few weeks ago, police became aware that many businesses were in violation of a city ordinance that mandates businesses selHng spray paint and large felt markers keep those supplies locked up. The law was a reaction to the growing problem of "tagging" where the vandal simply writes his or her nickname in the most prominentandriskyspotpossible. Asking stores to lock up the materials and sell them only to people over 18 years of age was an attempt to at least slow down the spread of graffiti. However, police had received reports that many stores which sold spray paint were not locking up the supplies. And a quick check of some stores by the News two weeks ago found spray paint out in the open: Skips Ameri tone Paint Center on Boulder Highway, Decatrend Paint on Sunset Road, Sherwin-Williams also on Boulder Highway as well as the Wal-Mart on Lake Mead Drive. Walt Zawrotny, the commander of the patrol division, said that most businesses simply are not aware of the law and when notified, quickly agree to lock up the supplies. He said Home Depot had for while one of the largest suppl i es of spray pain frkept^^ai— locked. But when told of the ordinance, Zawrotny said, the store quickly complied. A News check of the store done at the same time as the other stores found the large case of spray paint cans locked tightly and out of reach of minors. Sgt Gary Smith said patrol officers started notifying the businesses about the law Oct. 26, and most places should be aware of the law in a couple of weeks. The officers are handing out copies of the law during their patrols when not busy with calls. Smith also said the business people have no problem complying once they are told. "There has been no problem," Smith said. "They were willing to go along." Cops foil two would-be robbers Threejuveniles were arrested Friday after two of them were spotted wearing ski masks — and one of them carrying a gun —approaching the Vons at Pecos Road and Windmill Lane. According to a Henderson Police news release, the three were arrested at approximately 2:30 p.m. when a patrol officer saw them walking toward the store. An investigation led to the arrest of another juvenile and the three have been charged with various crimes including conspiracy to commit robbery and possession of stolen property. Veterans Wall serves dual purpose Roy Theiss News Staff Writer When it comes to serving the country, Nevada has deep roots. The Silver State's motto is "Battle Bom" and closer to home, Henderson was bom out of the war effort in the 1940s. This Veterans Day, a special tribute will be held in the new Civic Plaza (adj acent to City Hall) to honor the people who have served their country. A Veterans Day ceremony will begin at 3:30 p.m. Friday with the Henderson Civic Symphony performing. Several dignitaries will speak including Gov. Bob Miller and Councilman Paul Ruth. The cornerstone of the Civic Plaza, three memorial walls, will be unveiled during the ceremony. 'We need to provide the history of war and its meaning. If the Idds don't understand their relatives paid a pretty heavy price, there's something wrong." In honor of Henderson's soldiers who served their country during war time, a Veteran's Wall pays tribute the city's deceased veterans. The Vietnam Wall honors all Henderson residents who were involved in that war. The third wall, called the Pioneer Wall, pays tribute to city leaders. All mayors and city council members past, present and future, will have their names Alcoliol thought to cause crash Thomas Moor* News Staff Writer A traffic accident at Sunset Road and Boulder Highway Friday sent five people to the hospital and may have been alcohol-related, said a Henderson Police news release. Just before 8:30 p.m., Richard Wayne Clark, 46, of Henderson was speeding on Sunset Road when he failed to stop at the light at Boulder Highway said the release. His vehicle struck another vehicle driven by Daniel James Keying, 36, ofNeedles, Calif who, along with Clark and three other occupants of the vehicles were taken to University Medical Center for their ii\juries. According to a UMC spokesperson, Clark was in good condition Monday morning. The spokesperson had no information on Heying ortheotherthree people whose names were not given in the release. The release did say none of their iixjuries appeared to be life-threatening. The investigation is continuing and police are waiting for the results of the blood alcohol tests. Bob Swadell engraved on the granite wall. Bob Swadell, chairman of Henderson's Municipal Facilities Committee, said the memorial walls are important from a historical aspect. "We need to provide the history of war and its meaning. If the kids don't understand their relatives paid a pretty heavy price, there's something wrong. "It's importantto me and should be to everyone else. It's a pretty important thing to be able to write what you want," said Swadell, a retired Army Lieutenant Colonel. Paul Gargis, a district officer with the local Veterans of Foreign Wars, echoed Swadell's sentiments. The wall pays a small homage to veterans who served overseas and fought for things we believe in." Along with the memorial walls, several reflecting ponds are located in the Civic Plaza FamiUes and friends of veterans can sit and reflect on the sacrifices both the soldiers and the families made. Gargis said the memorial walls are an example of patriotic pride other cities should follow. "It is a shame more cities around the country don't put forth the effort that Henderson does. It shows a lot of pride in the community. "I feel very proud to live here and call Henderson my home." In addition to providing an avenue to the past, the Civic Plaza also ties the city's future together. "I think this is an elegant facility," Swadell said. The Council wanted to make this the centerpiece of the city," he added. "It ties everything together." The $1.2 million outdoor plaza is part of the on-going modernization of City Hall. The Convention Center next door will double in size after the Municipal Court moves into the new Justice Facility across Water Street The south side of the plaza has also seen build up in the area with the Emergency Services Facility opening last November. Correction The Thursday, Oct. 27 edition of the News incorrectly listed the monthly price per student for Project Lunch Break. The cost is $28 per student per month. HOMENEWS An Independent Newspaper Founded June 1, 1951 Published every Tuesday and Thursday morning at 2 Commerce Center Drive, Henderson, Nevada, by HBO Publications Inc. Second class postage paid at Henderson, Nevada. (USPS 516649) POSTMASTER; Send address changes to: HENDERSON HOME NEWS 2 Commerce Center Drive Henderson, NV 89014 Phone (702) 564-1881 Customer complaint calls will be accepted from 7 to 10 am on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Missed papers will be distributed by noon. MIKE O'CALLAGHAN Publisher CAROLYN O'CALLAGHAN Co-Publisher TIM O'CALLAGHAN General Manager PAUL SZYDELKO Managing Editor MARY COLLEEN MIELE Circulation Manager HBC PUBLICATIONS Mike O'Callaghan, President; Carolyn O'Callaghan, Vice President; Tim O'Callaghan, TreasurerA/ice President; Mary Colleen Miele, Vice President; Ruthe Deskin, Secretary. SUBSCRIPTION RATES Single 25 cents One Year $20 MAIL SUBSCRIPTIONS West of Mississippi$30 per year $20 for six months East of Mississippi$35 per year $25 for fiix months mam wm ^m Tuesday, November 8, 1994 Henderson Home News Page 3 pity to hire consultant for freeway problems Roy TheiH News Staff Writer An informal meeting with city officials and residents was held Thursday night to develop a plan to alleviate the noise problem created by the new Interstate 515 extension. Roberts Rules of Order were discarded immediately and the atmosphere was on the lines of friendly chat at the general store. Introductions were given by both city officials and homeowners and soon afterward, residents were looking over official s' shoulders at specific documents detailing the noise problem with the new freeway. Coimcilman Paul Ruth said the Nevada Department of Transportation seems to softening its negative stance from initial meetings. NDOT was invited to two of the three City Council meetings in the last six weeks to discuss noise and safety problems associated with the new freeway. "Before we had a bureaucrat standing behind the regulations he has," Ruth said. "He reiterated that nothing can be done. But somehow something can be done." At the last Council meeting, NDOT officials said federal policy states that sound walls are only built if homes are either built or scheduled to be built next to highways. Compounding the problem, NDOT has never used any money to retrofit freeways with sound walls after homes are built. City Manager Phil Speight saw an opportunity to seek funding through the federal regulations. If the sound level exceeds 67 decibels or if there is a difference of 15 decibels before and after project is built, that project may qualify for funding, Ron Hill, directoroftransportationforNDOT, said at the last Council meeting. Speight said the only way to argue the noise levels is to hire an expert so they can follow state protocol. Public Works Director Mark Calhoun added that the consultants they are considering are very familiar with the preand post-freeway noise study work. He added the city has asked for 10 sound tests. "We need to gather our own information prior to moving forward," Speight said. In doing so, when the city contacts state politicians, they will be able to refute NDOTs claims, he added. One resident said he didn't feel a 24-hour study conducted by NDOT is enough for a 20-year period. When the noise study was conducted in his yard, the wind was blowing the other way, he added. Homeowner Al Smith said he was disappointed that citizens didn't have a chance to speak at the last Council meeting because he wanted to refute what NDOT officials stated. Homeowner Fred Calandra said NDOT has an opportunity to build sound walls that shouldn't cost the state anything. The dirt NDOT dug up near Horizon Drive to create the underpass sits in a mound next to the road. Calandra asked NDOT why it hasn'tused the dirtfor sound walls and was told the dirt belongs to the contractor. But he remains skeptical because state trucks have already hauled away tons of the dirt. They brought in trucks and worked all night to get rid of the mountain of dirt. When they said they had no money for sound attenuation, who got the money for the dirt?" Bobby Shelton, public information officer for NDOT, confirmed the dirt does belong to the contractor. Shelton said the contractor may bring in extra dirt to do the job without having to stop and go back for more. "It's not a question that everything on the job site belongs to the state." Calandra also said the state knew homes were going to be in the area because it bought three one-half acres of property across the street from him. WarrenReasland addressed an ancillary problem created by the noise in his backyard—not being able to get Federal Housing Authority insurance for his house or the row houses next to him until one year after completion of the house. He presented city officials with a letter from the Department of Housing and Urban Development that states, "If proposed housing locations he in an area in which the noise factor exceeds 75 decibels, the site should be rejected and no new residential development should be considered in this zone." If the noise level is between 65 to 75 decibels, mitigating measures are needed to obtain insurance, the document states. Reasland obtained a copy of the sound test in his backyard from NDOT which shows numerous measurements of 68 and 69 decibel readings. Speight said they will try to bring the consultant to the next meeting but the date has notbeen determined. "I pledge to you that we will keep on it." Finding homes in an emergency Thomas Moore News Staff Writer In an emergency, Henderson's Police and Fire Departments have an incredible array of equipment to help them get there quickly. The newest maps and a new communication center where dispatchers can look up addresses and dispatch the units aids them in getting to the scene as fast as possible. However, concern arose at the last City Council meeting that some homes may not have adequate address numbers on their hniisft.s and as a result, emergency responders may have difficulty finding them. Consequently, the Council asked Planning Director George Garcia to look into the status of address numbering and report back to the Council. However, emergency responders in Henderson said while it would be great if the numbers were larger, there is not currently a problem with finding homes. "It always helps us if we can readily look out and see them," said Capt. Walt Zawrotny, the commander ofthePatrolDi vision. He explained any extra help in finding the homes would be welcomed. But because his officers are always patrolli ng the city anyway, Zawrotny said they get a good feeUng where certain neighborhoods are and how to find their way around. A spokesperson in the Fire Prevention division of the Fire Department agreed with Zawrotny. He said most places are easy to find and that is especially true of the newer housing developments. Most of them, he said, are placing the numbers prominently on the front of homes and sometimes they are on lighted boxes, so they can easily be seen at night. But, he added, thefire vehicles usually carry lots of illumination when they are on a call and so hghtedboxes^re notneededT^Our guys are used to it," the spokesman said. "They're used to looking for HPRD hosts 3rd annual fishing derby One of HPRD's most popular events, the FishingDerby returns from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 12 at the BMI Pool, adjacent to the Youth Center at 105 W. Basic Road. Co-sponsored by the Henderson Parks and Recreation Department, the Nevada Fish and Game Department and the Sports Authority, this third annual event is free and open to all anglers under the age of 12. The Fishing Derby is a great SUPPORT YOUR COMMUNITY NEWSPAPER way to introduce children to a lifelong love of fishing, a spokesman said. The pool will be stocked with plenty of live trout, and each child will be allowed to catch two fish. Limited registration begins Monday, Nov. 7, for a two-hour time block. Depending on enrollment, open spots may not be available the day of the derby. Registration for the Derby will be accepted at the Lorin L. Williams Indoor Pool, 500 W. Palo Verde Dr. For more information, call 565-2123. Wwllii SJ@W. DALE STODDARD Constable Paid for by Dale Stoddard, 17 Grove St, Henderson addresses but I will agree that any help will be good." He said one problem with the idea might be light bulbs burning out. He explained maintenance is often more of a problem than the original regulations. People often paint over numbers that were originally easy to see and make it more difficult for the firefighters. Claude Larson, an inspector with the Planning Department, said Henderson requires builders to place numbers that are at least three inches high and reflective. He said they should also be in a contrasting color to the paint of the house. — Garcia w i ll pr e s e nt h is f i nd i ng s to the Council at the Dec. 6 meeting. CHILI COOKOFF! SAT. NOV. 12 NOON TO FIVE ICS PRIZES! MISS CHILI PEPPER CONTEST 2PM $100 FIRST PRIZE PT'S SLOT CASINO j„< NOW OPEN ^ 564-5501 745 W. Sunset (Between rreeway & Boulder Hwy.) PARTS. SALES, SERVICE, ACCESSORIES 456-7803 4350 E. Sunset Henderson, NV 89014 • Soups, Sakids, Sandwiches • Dtsserts • Beer, Wine • Fresh Baked Muffins, Cookies, Fat-lree Cinnamon Rolls & Muffins -k Md that perfect final touch to your holiday dinner by serving one of our cakes or Pies alon^Avith one of our speciality coffees! Speciality Baskets Created by Stephanie that will compliment any occasion! Treat your office to a holiday party catered with jK)liday^2arty trays, desert platters and warm, spicy or cold beverages. Pd PolAdv With a proven record of service to Green Valley, Kathy Harney has earned the support of Henderson Fire Fighters. 7m!^^s;assii!!ss^!i^^^!S^;s^^Sil^ • • • '>..ii.W'.J|i.ljVti i mmmm '.un.m'umm'Mi^' m w^"-' MWiSMit^ ^

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Page 4 Henderson Home News Tuesday, Novembers, 1994 Designer workshop held This year," make the season extra spedal with fiin clothes designed to spread the holiday cheer, and designed just by you. Learn to make a holiday sweatshirt and other projects during the Holiday Work and Wear Workshop, from 6 to 8 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 19 at the Youth Center, 105 W. Basic Road. Design your own holiday wear or create a unique and thoughtful gift for someone special in this workshop sponsored by the Henderson Parks and Recreation Department. The class is for those 10 years and older, and the registration fee is $10. Registration will be accepted at the Youth Center. For more information and a listof additional materials needed for the projects, call 565-2124. Brian Jones/News Staff HOME HEALTH SERVICES — James Konst, MBA, director of Home Health Services, Gayle LaChance, RN, BS, and Rochelle Clutters celebrate the opening of St. Rose Dominican Hosprtal's new Home Health Services office on Oct. 26. The office is located at 98 E. Lake Mead Dr., Suite 105. Transitional Care Unit certified St. Rose Dominican Hospital's Transitional Care Unit recently passed the Medicare I^view by the state of Nevada Department of Health and Human Resources. According to Manager Donna Hails, everything went very smoothly. The Transitional Care Unit is now licensed to operate as a subacute facility. "Our goal is to maintain the quality of life for our patients," explained Donna Hails, '^e assist patients in the transition from hospital to home care, enabling them to live independently as opposed to going to a long term care facility." Patients admitted to the Transitional Care UnitatSt. Rose Dominican Hospital no longer need the acute care offered by a hospital, but they still need professional medical care such as antibiotic therapy and physical rehabilitation. "We accept patients ages 13 and older," Hails said. "We offer each patient a personalized daily routine that includes recreation. The activities room has a large screen television and a piano for patientfi to enjoy. We also offer education not only to the patient, but to family members and caretakers. Our diabetic educator, Lisa Raco, R.N., is also available." The average length of stay in the Transitional Care Unit is between 16 and 30 days. Upon discharge, the unit works closely with St. Rose Dominican Hospitals' Home Health Services to provide a fully integrated continuum of care for patients from hospitalization to subacute care to home care to complete independence. According to Donna Hails, the Transitional Care Unit-is.-also equipped to handle terminally ill patients and offers support to family members. For more information about the Transitional Care Unit, or would like a tour, please contact Donna Hails, 564-4554. ikiiPiiiiSI otuiw Buy a large pie and receive medium FREE TUES & WED SPECIAL NEW HOURS: Sun-Thurs 10:30am 10:30pm Friday & Saturday 10:30am to Midnight 120 Market Street Henderson, Nevada No Personal Checks Accepted (Located in the Post Office Casino) • ••••••••• m ]ted ^^Hl 'W Zoning commission meetings scheduled Meetings of the Clark County School District's attendance zone advisory commission, which will review student zoning from a district-wide perspective, will be held Nov. 9 and 16. Both meetings will begin at noon in the second floor conference room ofthedistrict's planning and construction office, 4828 S. Pearl St. The agenda for the meeting Wednesday, Nov. 9, includes a review of the district's new zoning policy and regulation, a presentation on the process and procedures for student assignment, and a review of zoning practices of other districts. The agendaforthe Wednesday, Nov. 16, meetiri^ includes a presentation on the district's geographical information system and a presentation on student data. Both meetings include a segment for public comment, a maximum of three minutes per speaker. .SriHJJLlriU'a AMITSUBISHI 3-DIAIVIOND EVENT DOWN NTBiEST* PHiniieiTS mi "se ^mm^ • ',' ': mmf ym^jy^^:-^'m^.: ->^,%u^s-^m. St. Rose Dominican Hospital is pleased to announce the appointment of JohnG.Waite Medical Director St. Rose Dominican Mental Health Resources Board Certified Psychiatrist Private Appointments Available 600 Whitney Ranch, Building A, Suite 5 Henderson, Nevada 89014 434-5114 ^WA 'mMWM ^••z *^> ^'''' Ben Spano Owner/Operator ALL MITSUBISHI PRODUCTS Stereo Sound Advanced Captioning Mutti-Band Remote Optional Stand FREE SET-UP & DELIVERY Slim Line Design Surround Sound Mutti-Band Remote Control Advanced Picture in Picture Mitsubishi VS4SS1/S2 458-8421 3335 E. Tropicana (next to Sav-On) II p.iid in lull by Jan '96 On approved crudil See snlesmdn tor delnils AUNEW FfiineRib& Buffet -Can-Eat Imagine a thick slice of prime rib marinated in its own natureil juices, accompanied by a generous helping of Linguine with your choice of Red Clam, Meat or Alfredo Sauce prepared to order. The pastabilities are endless with this dinner buffet. There's also Tortellini Ham with Mushrooms, Oiicken Tetrazzini, and Rainbow Rotelle with Salmon, salads, side orders and delectable desserts. Saturday Night Buffet 4:30 to 10:00pm HOTtL, ^.qiysNdi 2bO0t-t'J' you '^'^^''^ Tuesday, November 8, 1994 Henderson Home Newt Pag 5 Kaleidoscope drug-free carnival returns Nov. 19 Kaleidoscope, Henderson's annual drug prevention carnival for kids, celebrates its fifth anniversary this year, returning to Titanium Field from 12 to 4 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 19. All elementary and junior high aged youth are in vited to enjoy an afternoon of games, rides, treats, entertainment and drug-free fun. The carnival is open to the public and free of charge. It provides youth with alternative means of fun without the use of drugs and alcohol. A collaborative effort of the City of Henderson, Sue-Z-Que Rides and hundreds of public and private organizations, it is aunited effort to educate kids on positive choices they can make to detour substance abuse. Carnival rides add to the excitement while local youth groups perform on the Showmobile stage and children stroll the lawn visiting food and game booths. Government, health and service agencies will talk with kids, answer questions and provide giveaways. DARE Race Cars, the Henderson Police and Fire Department'semergency vehicles, puppet shows, Hermie and McGruff the Crime Dog are always popular attractions. Other participants include Nevada Childseekers, Classroom on Wheels, the Henderson Boys and Girl s Club, Charter Hospital, Mercy Ambulance, the YMCA, Westcare and St. Rose Dominican Hosoital. Younger children will enjoy Rusty the Fox, Smokey the Bear, face-painting clowns and t>alloon animals. Five years ago, Mike and Sue Huffman, owners of Sue-Z-Que Rides, proposed the drug-free carnival to the city of Henderson. Each year, the event continues with increased attendance and community support, providing positiveoptionsforyouth.In 1993, more than 8,000 attended. Booths are provided free of charge, and sponsorships of Tshirtbacks start at$225. Formore information on Kaleidoscope attractions or booth and sponsor availability, call Henderson Parks and Recreation Department Special Events Coordinator Carolyn Andersen, 565-4260. CANNON: Volunteer work remembered From Page 1 Hair braiding workshop offered Put a new twist on the upcoming season during a special Holiday HairBraidingWorkshop. Sponsored by the Henderson Parks and Recreation Department, participants will learn to perfect the latest braiding techniques in this truly "hands on" class,from6to8p.m., Wednesday, Nov. 9, at the Youth Center, 105 W. Basic Road. Participants should attend with freshly washed hair, and all their own grooming supplies, such as brushes, combs, ribbons, rubber bands and hair pins. For more information, call the Youth Center, 565-2124. Vondenbrink said. "She was always interested in how to help others. The past several monUis she was walking around with a cane and I know she had excruciating pain but she made all the meetings. She was a very self-sacrificing person. "She was always interested in helping people to do a better job. She was a really good mentor. She took a lot of people under her wing and helped with their careers. "I think her life speaks for herself" Artie and two other women created the Women's Pittman Club which later converted into the library. She was a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution as well as a life member of the International Training and Communications group, first president of the local Soroptimist Club and a registered parliamentarian. She helped steer the course for the city when she sat on the Citizens Advisory Committee for the Planning Commission for several years. Cannon also assisted in getting the community college located in town. "She always had a good smile andhad agoodcheerplanningthe next adventure," friend Othena Williams said. "She just never slowed down. She was one of those people who had Henderson at heart. She worked with the Senior Center on many projects." At one time she also sat on the Advisory Committee for St. Rose Dominican Hospital. She was also a member of RSVP, Retired Senior Volunteer Program. Artie was also the director of Project CARE. Canon recently started EPAH, ^^[Cannon] was always interested in lieiping people to do a better job. She was a really good mentor. She took a lot of people under her wing and helped with their careers." an off-shoot of Project CARE, after it finished its mission. Eldercare Providers Association for Henderson is a community effort to mobihze the resources on behalf of Henderson's frail and vulnerable elders at-risk of losing their independence. For her tireless work, Cannon was one of several people awarded the Henderson Citizen of the Year in 1993. She was also a dedicated Christian and very devoted in her faith. "There wasn't anything she wouldn't do for anybody," Tom fondly remembers. "She would do income tax free for tenants. She was a wonderful humanitarian. If anybody wanted anything done, especially for free, you could call on Artie. She loved it, she loved it. She was a giving person." Recently, Artie helped a tenant leam to read so the person could take care of basic needs. "She's going to leave quite a hole," sister-in-law Wanda Sunderland said. "She was more like a sister than a sister-in law and her last words to me were. We know who is charge."' Cannon had been sick for several weeks with pneumonia. The last week in October, she collapsed and was rushed to the hospital where she found out she had PLANTS: Residents complain of noise, dust From Page 1 the Pebble Creek community, said the rock-crusher starts at 6 a.m. or earlier including weekends, the dust is "real bad," the vibration has caused cracks in block walls and some structural damage, and many residents are concerned about the safety of children with the heavy truck traffic. Approximately 20 residents attended themeetingin opposition to the rock-crusher. The homeowners also presented a petition with 45 signatures against the batch pi ant's continued operation. "We would hope you would vote no," Maxon said. "They are right in our backyard, and they are a nuisance." The commission voted unanimously to deny the use permit request. Rhodes Design and Development requested a continuance for their batch plant use permit. A representativealsorequested that the Horizon Ridge plant continue operation until the use permit was obtained.Thepermitexpired Nov. 2. Bob Wilson, principal planner for the city, reported that an aboveground storage tank was installed at the facihty without authorization. The applicant was notified to remove the tank. Wilson also reported that the use permit extension request was not filed on time. Several residents spoke against the plant, voicing concerns similar to those expressed by Pebble Creek residents earlier in the meeting. The commission unanimously voted to deny the use permit and the continuance request. In other business the commission: • Voted to recommend approval of a variance for property at 2000 Darla St. The owners of the property, which is in a mobile home park, requested a reduction of a comer side yard setback from 12.5 feet to 8 feet. The request met opposition from many of the applicants'neighbors. Theneighbors expressed concern about consistency in the appearance of the neighborhood; they said all other mobile homes are set back 20 feet. The commission voted to recommend approval of the variance and pointed out that the 20-foot setback was not a city requirement. • Voted to recommend approval of a zone change and architectural review of Loudin Professional Center. The business park will be located at 140 E. Horizon Dr. in the Black Mountain planning area. The zone change will reclassify RS-2 (single-family residential) property to neighborhoodcommercial. An adjacent homeowner requested that a wall be built between businesses in the park to prevent vehicles from speeding through and shining their headlights in the neighbor's windows. Commissioners deducted the wall was not necessary and voted unanimously in favor of the applicant's requests. • Voted to recommend approval of a planned unit development and revised tentative map for Westwtod Village Commercial site. TH(e commercial subdivision will be located at the northwest comer of Green Valley Parkway and Windmill Parkway. Cumorah Credit Union also received the commission's approval of a use permit for the commercial site. • Voted to recommend approval of a zone change, but denied a use permitfor a proposed convenience store at the northeast comer of College Drive and Horizon Drive. The applicant, Cavaretta Development and Investments, requested a change from RS-6 (single-family residential) to neighborhood-commercial for the three-acre site. The commission approved the zone change request and an architectural review. However, commissioners denied a request for a use permit which would allow a convenience store with gas and liquor sales. The convenience store's close proximity to two churches was the reason for denial. Commissioners Dobberstein and David Wood voted in favor of the use permit. • Voted to recommend approval of a wastewater recycling facility atEthelM. Chocolates. The facility will re-use industrial waste water such as dishwater. The water will be treated using natural technology and then used to water plants, flush commodes and other nonconsumption uses. Plant manager Mike Seago assured the commission and audience members that no smell would be associated with the plant. "We get 2,000 tourists a day," Seago said. "We cannot afford to build afaciUty thatis not appealing to the site and to walk through." Agenda items voted on by the commission will be acted upon by Henderson City Coimcil during its Nov. 15 meeting. ITCto meet Thursday Vegas Valley Club, International Training in Communication, will meetat7p.m.,Thursday, N'ov. 10, in the meeting room at Shoney's Restaurant, 310 N. Nellis Blvd. The program's scheduled topic will cover Personal Development. The public is invited to attend. For information call 433-9192. Dorothy Vondnbrink cancer. Eleven days later she died. "It was a shock, she was serving up to the end," Tom said. "Shewaslookingoutforothers," Sunderland added. "She went out the same way she hved her life, which is probably why she didn't let anyone know ofher condition." Artie's caring for others was especially highlighted at home. "She was a devoted, loving wife and she spoiled me rotten," Tom said. "Artie was the epitome of love." Artie nursed Tom back to health after his heart surgery in 1974. "The doctors told her I was dying and she asked if she could take me home. Ittookmeayearto get over it. She waited on me hand Artie Cannon and foot. Not only is it special to do that but she did it in her loving way. "She made sure I stayed on my diet and she t)ought a scale to make sure I got the right portions. No man had a more devoted wife. "You would have to know her to believe her. When she fixed me watermelon she would cut the seeds out when she served it" iflimiRi 2 ** Constable The only candidate endorsed by the Henderson Police Officer's Association and other law enforcement organizations. • Ip-,• ^,l_lpr., • M

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Page 4 Henderson Home News Tuesday, Novembers, 1994 Designer workshop held This year," make the season extra spedal with fiin clothes designed to spread the holiday cheer, and designed just by you. Learn to make a holiday sweatshirt and other projects during the Holiday Work and Wear Workshop, from 6 to 8 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 19 at the Youth Center, 105 W. Basic Road. Design your own holiday wear or create a unique and thoughtful gift for someone special in this workshop sponsored by the Henderson Parks and Recreation Department. The class is for those 10 years and older, and the registration fee is $10. Registration will be accepted at the Youth Center. For more information and a listof additional materials needed for the projects, call 565-2124. Brian Jones/News Staff HOME HEALTH SERVICES — James Konst, MBA, director of Home Health Services, Gayle LaChance, RN, BS, and Rochelle Clutters celebrate the opening of St. Rose Dominican Hosprtal's new Home Health Services office on Oct. 26. The office is located at 98 E. Lake Mead Dr., Suite 105. Transitional Care Unit certified St. Rose Dominican Hospital's Transitional Care Unit recently passed the Medicare I^view by the state of Nevada Department of Health and Human Resources. According to Manager Donna Hails, everything went very smoothly. The Transitional Care Unit is now licensed to operate as a subacute facility. "Our goal is to maintain the quality of life for our patients," explained Donna Hails, '^e assist patients in the transition from hospital to home care, enabling them to live independently as opposed to going to a long term care facility." Patients admitted to the Transitional Care UnitatSt. Rose Dominican Hospital no longer need the acute care offered by a hospital, but they still need professional medical care such as antibiotic therapy and physical rehabilitation. "We accept patients ages 13 and older," Hails said. "We offer each patient a personalized daily routine that includes recreation. The activities room has a large screen television and a piano for patientfi to enjoy. We also offer education not only to the patient, but to family members and caretakers. Our diabetic educator, Lisa Raco, R.N., is also available." The average length of stay in the Transitional Care Unit is between 16 and 30 days. Upon discharge, the unit works closely with St. Rose Dominican Hospitals' Home Health Services to provide a fully integrated continuum of care for patients from hospitalization to subacute care to home care to complete independence. According to Donna Hails, the Transitional Care Unit-is.-also equipped to handle terminally ill patients and offers support to family members. For more information about the Transitional Care Unit, or would like a tour, please contact Donna Hails, 564-4554. ikiiPiiiiSI otuiw Buy a large pie and receive medium FREE TUES & WED SPECIAL NEW HOURS: Sun-Thurs 10:30am 10:30pm Friday & Saturday 10:30am to Midnight 120 Market Street Henderson, Nevada No Personal Checks Accepted (Located in the Post Office Casino) • ••••••••• m ]ted ^^Hl 'W Zoning commission meetings scheduled Meetings of the Clark County School District's attendance zone advisory commission, which will review student zoning from a district-wide perspective, will be held Nov. 9 and 16. Both meetings will begin at noon in the second floor conference room ofthedistrict's planning and construction office, 4828 S. Pearl St. The agenda for the meeting Wednesday, Nov. 9, includes a review of the district's new zoning policy and regulation, a presentation on the process and procedures for student assignment, and a review of zoning practices of other districts. The agendaforthe Wednesday, Nov. 16, meetiri^ includes a presentation on the district's geographical information system and a presentation on student data. Both meetings include a segment for public comment, a maximum of three minutes per speaker. .SriHJJLlriU'a AMITSUBISHI 3-DIAIVIOND EVENT DOWN NTBiEST* PHiniieiTS mi "se ^mm^ • ',' ': mmf ym^jy^^:-^'m^.: ->^,%u^s-^m. St. Rose Dominican Hospital is pleased to announce the appointment of JohnG.Waite Medical Director St. Rose Dominican Mental Health Resources Board Certified Psychiatrist Private Appointments Available 600 Whitney Ranch, Building A, Suite 5 Henderson, Nevada 89014 434-5114 ^WA 'mMWM ^••z *^> ^'''' Ben Spano Owner/Operator ALL MITSUBISHI PRODUCTS Stereo Sound Advanced Captioning Mutti-Band Remote Optional Stand FREE SET-UP & DELIVERY Slim Line Design Surround Sound Mutti-Band Remote Control Advanced Picture in Picture Mitsubishi VS4SS1/S2 458-8421 3335 E. Tropicana (next to Sav-On) II p.iid in lull by Jan '96 On approved crudil See snlesmdn tor delnils AUNEW FfiineRib& Buffet -Can-Eat Imagine a thick slice of prime rib marinated in its own natureil juices, accompanied by a generous helping of Linguine with your choice of Red Clam, Meat or Alfredo Sauce prepared to order. The pastabilities are endless with this dinner buffet. There's also Tortellini Ham with Mushrooms, Oiicken Tetrazzini, and Rainbow Rotelle with Salmon, salads, side orders and delectable desserts. Saturday Night Buffet 4:30 to 10:00pm HOTtL, ^.qiysNdi 2bO0t-t'J' you '^'^^''^ Tuesday, November 8, 1994 Henderson Home Newt Pag 5 Kaleidoscope drug-free carnival returns Nov. 19 Kaleidoscope, Henderson's annual drug prevention carnival for kids, celebrates its fifth anniversary this year, returning to Titanium Field from 12 to 4 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 19. All elementary and junior high aged youth are in vited to enjoy an afternoon of games, rides, treats, entertainment and drug-free fun. The carnival is open to the public and free of charge. It provides youth with alternative means of fun without the use of drugs and alcohol. A collaborative effort of the City of Henderson, Sue-Z-Que Rides and hundreds of public and private organizations, it is aunited effort to educate kids on positive choices they can make to detour substance abuse. Carnival rides add to the excitement while local youth groups perform on the Showmobile stage and children stroll the lawn visiting food and game booths. Government, health and service agencies will talk with kids, answer questions and provide giveaways. DARE Race Cars, the Henderson Police and Fire Department'semergency vehicles, puppet shows, Hermie and McGruff the Crime Dog are always popular attractions. Other participants include Nevada Childseekers, Classroom on Wheels, the Henderson Boys and Girl s Club, Charter Hospital, Mercy Ambulance, the YMCA, Westcare and St. Rose Dominican Hosoital. Younger children will enjoy Rusty the Fox, Smokey the Bear, face-painting clowns and t>alloon animals. Five years ago, Mike and Sue Huffman, owners of Sue-Z-Que Rides, proposed the drug-free carnival to the city of Henderson. Each year, the event continues with increased attendance and community support, providing positiveoptionsforyouth.In 1993, more than 8,000 attended. Booths are provided free of charge, and sponsorships of Tshirtbacks start at$225. Formore information on Kaleidoscope attractions or booth and sponsor availability, call Henderson Parks and Recreation Department Special Events Coordinator Carolyn Andersen, 565-4260. CANNON: Volunteer work remembered From Page 1 Hair braiding workshop offered Put a new twist on the upcoming season during a special Holiday HairBraidingWorkshop. Sponsored by the Henderson Parks and Recreation Department, participants will learn to perfect the latest braiding techniques in this truly "hands on" class,from6to8p.m., Wednesday, Nov. 9, at the Youth Center, 105 W. Basic Road. Participants should attend with freshly washed hair, and all their own grooming supplies, such as brushes, combs, ribbons, rubber bands and hair pins. For more information, call the Youth Center, 565-2124. Vondenbrink said. "She was always interested in how to help others. The past several monUis she was walking around with a cane and I know she had excruciating pain but she made all the meetings. She was a very self-sacrificing person. "She was always interested in helping people to do a better job. She was a really good mentor. She took a lot of people under her wing and helped with their careers. "I think her life speaks for herself" Artie and two other women created the Women's Pittman Club which later converted into the library. She was a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution as well as a life member of the International Training and Communications group, first president of the local Soroptimist Club and a registered parliamentarian. She helped steer the course for the city when she sat on the Citizens Advisory Committee for the Planning Commission for several years. Cannon also assisted in getting the community college located in town. "She always had a good smile andhad agoodcheerplanningthe next adventure," friend Othena Williams said. "She just never slowed down. She was one of those people who had Henderson at heart. She worked with the Senior Center on many projects." At one time she also sat on the Advisory Committee for St. Rose Dominican Hospital. She was also a member of RSVP, Retired Senior Volunteer Program. Artie was also the director of Project CARE. Canon recently started EPAH, ^^[Cannon] was always interested in lieiping people to do a better job. She was a really good mentor. She took a lot of people under her wing and helped with their careers." an off-shoot of Project CARE, after it finished its mission. Eldercare Providers Association for Henderson is a community effort to mobihze the resources on behalf of Henderson's frail and vulnerable elders at-risk of losing their independence. For her tireless work, Cannon was one of several people awarded the Henderson Citizen of the Year in 1993. She was also a dedicated Christian and very devoted in her faith. "There wasn't anything she wouldn't do for anybody," Tom fondly remembers. "She would do income tax free for tenants. She was a wonderful humanitarian. If anybody wanted anything done, especially for free, you could call on Artie. She loved it, she loved it. She was a giving person." Recently, Artie helped a tenant leam to read so the person could take care of basic needs. "She's going to leave quite a hole," sister-in-law Wanda Sunderland said. "She was more like a sister than a sister-in law and her last words to me were. We know who is charge."' Cannon had been sick for several weeks with pneumonia. The last week in October, she collapsed and was rushed to the hospital where she found out she had PLANTS: Residents complain of noise, dust From Page 1 the Pebble Creek community, said the rock-crusher starts at 6 a.m. or earlier including weekends, the dust is "real bad," the vibration has caused cracks in block walls and some structural damage, and many residents are concerned about the safety of children with the heavy truck traffic. Approximately 20 residents attended themeetingin opposition to the rock-crusher. The homeowners also presented a petition with 45 signatures against the batch pi ant's continued operation. "We would hope you would vote no," Maxon said. "They are right in our backyard, and they are a nuisance." The commission voted unanimously to deny the use permit request. Rhodes Design and Development requested a continuance for their batch plant use permit. A representativealsorequested that the Horizon Ridge plant continue operation until the use permit was obtained.Thepermitexpired Nov. 2. Bob Wilson, principal planner for the city, reported that an aboveground storage tank was installed at the facihty without authorization. The applicant was notified to remove the tank. Wilson also reported that the use permit extension request was not filed on time. Several residents spoke against the plant, voicing concerns similar to those expressed by Pebble Creek residents earlier in the meeting. The commission unanimously voted to deny the use permit and the continuance request. In other business the commission: • Voted to recommend approval of a variance for property at 2000 Darla St. The owners of the property, which is in a mobile home park, requested a reduction of a comer side yard setback from 12.5 feet to 8 feet. The request met opposition from many of the applicants'neighbors. Theneighbors expressed concern about consistency in the appearance of the neighborhood; they said all other mobile homes are set back 20 feet. The commission voted to recommend approval of the variance and pointed out that the 20-foot setback was not a city requirement. • Voted to recommend approval of a zone change and architectural review of Loudin Professional Center. The business park will be located at 140 E. Horizon Dr. in the Black Mountain planning area. The zone change will reclassify RS-2 (single-family residential) property to neighborhoodcommercial. An adjacent homeowner requested that a wall be built between businesses in the park to prevent vehicles from speeding through and shining their headlights in the neighbor's windows. Commissioners deducted the wall was not necessary and voted unanimously in favor of the applicant's requests. • Voted to recommend approval of a planned unit development and revised tentative map for Westwtod Village Commercial site. TH(e commercial subdivision will be located at the northwest comer of Green Valley Parkway and Windmill Parkway. Cumorah Credit Union also received the commission's approval of a use permit for the commercial site. • Voted to recommend approval of a zone change, but denied a use permitfor a proposed convenience store at the northeast comer of College Drive and Horizon Drive. The applicant, Cavaretta Development and Investments, requested a change from RS-6 (single-family residential) to neighborhood-commercial for the three-acre site. The commission approved the zone change request and an architectural review. However, commissioners denied a request for a use permit which would allow a convenience store with gas and liquor sales. The convenience store's close proximity to two churches was the reason for denial. Commissioners Dobberstein and David Wood voted in favor of the use permit. • Voted to recommend approval of a wastewater recycling facility atEthelM. Chocolates. The facility will re-use industrial waste water such as dishwater. The water will be treated using natural technology and then used to water plants, flush commodes and other nonconsumption uses. Plant manager Mike Seago assured the commission and audience members that no smell would be associated with the plant. "We get 2,000 tourists a day," Seago said. "We cannot afford to build afaciUty thatis not appealing to the site and to walk through." Agenda items voted on by the commission will be acted upon by Henderson City Coimcil during its Nov. 15 meeting. ITCto meet Thursday Vegas Valley Club, International Training in Communication, will meetat7p.m.,Thursday, N'ov. 10, in the meeting room at Shoney's Restaurant, 310 N. Nellis Blvd. The program's scheduled topic will cover Personal Development. The public is invited to attend. For information call 433-9192. Dorothy Vondnbrink cancer. Eleven days later she died. "It was a shock, she was serving up to the end," Tom said. "Shewaslookingoutforothers," Sunderland added. "She went out the same way she hved her life, which is probably why she didn't let anyone know ofher condition." Artie's caring for others was especially highlighted at home. "She was a devoted, loving wife and she spoiled me rotten," Tom said. "Artie was the epitome of love." Artie nursed Tom back to health after his heart surgery in 1974. "The doctors told her I was dying and she asked if she could take me home. Ittookmeayearto get over it. She waited on me hand Artie Cannon and foot. Not only is it special to do that but she did it in her loving way. "She made sure I stayed on my diet and she t)ought a scale to make sure I got the right portions. No man had a more devoted wife. "You would have to know her to believe her. When she fixed me watermelon she would cut the seeds out when she served it" iflimiRi 2 ** Constable The only candidate endorsed by the Henderson Police Officer's Association and other law enforcement organizations. • Ip-,• ^,l_lpr., • M

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inpii Page 6 Henderson Home News Tuesday, November 8, 1994 Tuesday, Novembers, 1994 Henderson Home News Page? EDUCATION NEWS GVHS band wins contest Kathy StrMtor News Staff Writer John Judge/News Staff MARCHING to VICTORY—The Green Valley High School Marching Band earned top honors at a recent competition in Reno. Here they perf omi during half-time at the Green Valley/Western High School zone semi-final game. Galloway to host fun run Galloway Elementary School will host its fourth annual Fun Run on Thursday. Tracks 1,2, and 3 will participate. The first wave of this year's Fun Run was held on Oct. 14 with tracks 4 and 5. The students did a spectacular job of obtaining sponsors for the event, a spokesman said. Students will walk, jog or run 10 laps around the school field. Upon completion of the 10 laps the students then participate in an obstacle course. Refreshments and popsicles are provided by the PTO. The student who brings in the largest donation will receive four passes to the MGM Theme Park. All donations received from the Fun Run will be earmarked for new playground equipment and a CD ROM for the library. Galloway's PTO would like to thank all past, present, and future supporters of the very successful Fun Run. r THANK YOU ^k L ^ TOn CURK .JB 1(1-"^fc eoiRTRtJrno?; ji^ • Jf f Courtesy Photo TVIANKS FOR BENCHES — Mack Elementary School teachers, students and parents want to ttiank Tom Clark of Gold Rule Construction for the installation of the new benches and playground equipment. The Green Valley High School marching band recently won top honors at the Sierra Band Crusade in Reno and brought the Sweepstakes Award to Southern Nevada for the first time in the history of the competition. The 120-member group outscored all competition in the large band category, earned the highest score of all Nevada bands and attained the highest marks overall. Bands from Idaho and California were also in attendance. "Owe show is based on the music of Queen, the British rock group," director Diane Koutsulis said. "It's a fun show. The kids eiyoy playing it and the audience ei\joys watching. It has a lot of audience appeal.... There is a lot of color on the field." The marching band performance is comprised of several groups' coordinated efforts. Three drum mtgors — Everett Taylor, Sarah Dunn and Patrick Thompson — lead the band on the field. The color guard, instructed by Susan Edgar and led by captains Joanna Gamas and Stephanie King, present the flags. And the Gator Girls dance team instructed by Traci Traasdahl and led by Captain RyAnn Rader performs vsrith the band as well. Koutsulis and Daniel Jordan direct the band. And Rob Weidenfeld instructs the drum m^gors—who also won first place honors. These kids have worked really hard," Koutsulis said. They did a super job...I'm really proud of them. It has taken four years to come to this level." The band began practicing two weeks before the school year started. The members often practiced in the dark at 6:25 a.m. andTuesdays andThursdaysfrom 6 to 9 p.m. Green Valley is the first Southern Nevada high school to win the Sweepstakes award, which is given to the band with the highest overall score. They also won the Governor's cup for the highest Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association score. The band will compete Saturday, Nov. 12 at the Silver Bowl in another high school competition. CHILI COOKOFF! SAT. NOV. 12 NOON TO FIVE ICS PRIZES! MISS CHILI PEPPER CONTEST 2PM $100 FIRST PRIZE PT*S SLOT CASINO "^mriifiiinii^ I'ELKTRA" 2 years old, domestic, medium hair, Calico, female. Was rescued from a light pole & needs a good home. Very sweet cat, good natured. # ^ HENDERSON ANIMAL SHELTER has many nice cats and dogs that need good homes. For infornnation please call 565-2033. REMEMBER: SPAY and NEUTER...it saves animals lives! f W ] im mm NEW ^^ DINIIEIi Served 24 Hours 7 Days a Week BLACKENED ^B^SS ir-^ PRIME RIB ^^0 ANGEL HAIR PASTA Ulis Newton Elementary School PTA, faculty, parents and students would like to sincerely thank the following sponsors of our Halloween Fall Fundraiser raffle: • Villa Pizza, Greenway Rd., Henderson • Ralphs American Car Care Center • Disneyland • Applebee 's Neighborhood Grill & Bar, Stephanie St., Henderson • Marie Callenders • 4800 S. Eastern Ave. • Ethel M's Chocolates • Carl's Jr. Corp. Facility, Las Vegas • Arby's Corp. Facility, Las Vegas • Country Inn Restaurant, Henderson • Sam's Town Hotel Gambling Hall and Bowling Center • Alexis Park Resort <& Spa • Boulder Station Hotel and Casino • • Palace Station Hotel and Casino • Shtrwhoat Hotel, Casino and Bowling • Excalibur Hotel and Casino • Leaps and Bounds, Henderson • Black Mountain Golf and Country Club • Scandia Family Fun Center • MGM Grand Theme Park • Desert Princess Lake Mead Cruises • Las Vegas Thunder/Hockey • The Ultimate Balloon Adventure • Lucky Strike Mining Co. • Family Fitness Center of Las Vegas • Black Canyon Raft Tours • Antique Rose Florist • F.I.B., Henderson Branch Thanks Selma! • Bonnie's Floral Boutique • WalMart, Henderson • K-ntart, Henderson • Black Mountain Jewelers • Gold Casters Jewelry • Flamingo Hilton, Laughlin • Railroad Pass Hotel & Casino • Channel 5 • Boulevard Mall • Henderson Home News • Kolob Credit Union • Cinderella Developement Program • Henderson Chiropractic • Chili's Grill and Bar, Henderson • Smith's Food King, Henderson • Wendy's Corp. Facility, Las Vegas Mothers of Twins Club to meet The East Las Vegas Mothers of Twins Club will meet at 7 p.m., Nov. 16, at the Green Valley Library, 2797 N. Green Valley Parkway, Henderson. For more information, call 4364722. ^ DISHES'^ 564^790 WIC Courtesy Photo GAS LAMPE REVIVAL—From left aretenorCari Truman, lead Bob Henshaw, bass Don Kemma and baritone Nordy Grenrood. The four men are taking their barber shop quartet to the next step and are forming a chapter of the Society for the Preservation and Encouragement of Barber Shop Quartet Singing In America Inc. Barbershop chorus forms (Women, infants, and Children Supplemental Food Program) Providing Food to Low Income pregnant, breastfeeding women, and families with children under 5 years of age. For more infomriation contact an E.O.B. Health Clinic near you East Las Vegas 451-7699 Henderson 565-0727 Henderson's own Barbershop Chapter/Chorus is in the initial stages of becoming a Chapter of the Society for the Preservation and Encouragement of Barber Shop Quartet Singing In America, Inc. If you are interested in singing four-part harmony in the Barbership Style, join in the fun and attend an open house meeting at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 9, at the Henderson Seniors Center, 27 E. Texas St. You will have a "BALL" singing a chorus, maybe a quartet, a little woodshedding and a few tags, a spokesman said. "No matter if you are an experienced 'Barbershopper* or a newcomer to our style of singing, there will be something for everybody," the spokesman said. Call Carl Truman, 255-6462 for more information. Taekwondo results highlighted The News is YOUR community newspaper The Nevada Region of the International Taekwondo Council (ITC) recently held a Taekwondo tournament at the Henderson Boys and Girls Club. There was virtually something for everyone as divisions were offered for everyone from 5-year-old kids to seniors, and white belts to black belts. Of the more than 100 contestants competing in forms, one-step sparring and free sparring, the students from Henderson Taekwondo distinguished themselves highly winning 13 gold, 11 silver and 11 bronze medals. In the Kids Orange Belt Middies Division, 10-year old Michael Thaxton won gold medals in both Forms and One-Step Sparring. "Not bad when you consider that this was Michael's first tournament experience," said his JROTC celebration Wednesday The Basic High School Marine Corps JROTC will host a celebration of the organization's 219th birthday from 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday in the school's gynmasium. Refreshments will be served after the ceremony in the Activity Center. instructor, Forrest Nelson. Nelson, a fourtli-degree black belt and Chief Instructor at Henderson Taekwondo, was also impressed with 15-year-old firstdegree black belt Steven Summers. Summers, a sophomore at Basic High School, garnered gold medals in both Forms and FreeSparring in the Adult Black Belt Division. "I was very pleased with those two," said Nelson. "But I think thateveryone involved did a great job. I was proud of all of them, and I think they all learned a lot and had some good clean fun." The next tournament is the ITC National Championships set for Nov. 5, in Sacramento, Calif Sat & Sun Noon til 6:00 p.m. FREE! Progressive Video Poker Tournament Win$$$! MARGARITAS FREE! NFL Parlay Cards 50* FREE! Bingo Sat. & Sun. IS AM CHILI PT'S Mini Burgers with Fries i>t Prize $300 PORTERHOUSE i6oz. 'ZT $4.95 3ri pSI'75 46 Water St., 564-4994 Downtown Henderson h r-^/ll nternational Buffet Monday Oriental Night ^1^^ Monday Senior Night 4) I .yy plus tax Tuesday Mexican ( iisine A? V ^ tlOAS" e. cv k KOTSLfi CASINO VJledncsdsky Italian Cuisine Night Night ONLY.,, $^49 3 10 p.m. \J fl Includes Beverage us tax Thursday German & Irish Cuisine Night Friday All American Cuisine Saturday Westem Barbecue Sunday New Orleans Night LUNCH BUFFET 11:00 2:30 AII.YOUCANl.AT IIRIIKICS llc'wmj^o plus tax 2800 S. Boulder Highway (702) 294-5000 foin the Mayor and City Council in the Dedication of the Veteran's Memorial Wall as they pay special tribute to the Henderson Veterans, as well as honoring public officials, both past and present. This very special section of the new Civic Center Plaza will stand tribute to all of our Veterans and City Leaders for generations to come. You are encourajged to come share in this celebration honoring and presen/Ing Henderson's proud heritage. 240 Water Street llen(ierson,IIV 89015 November 1U9M 3;30p.in.

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inpii Page 6 Henderson Home News Tuesday, November 8, 1994 Tuesday, Novembers, 1994 Henderson Home News Page? EDUCATION NEWS GVHS band wins contest Kathy StrMtor News Staff Writer John Judge/News Staff MARCHING to VICTORY—The Green Valley High School Marching Band earned top honors at a recent competition in Reno. Here they perf omi during half-time at the Green Valley/Western High School zone semi-final game. Galloway to host fun run Galloway Elementary School will host its fourth annual Fun Run on Thursday. Tracks 1,2, and 3 will participate. The first wave of this year's Fun Run was held on Oct. 14 with tracks 4 and 5. The students did a spectacular job of obtaining sponsors for the event, a spokesman said. Students will walk, jog or run 10 laps around the school field. Upon completion of the 10 laps the students then participate in an obstacle course. Refreshments and popsicles are provided by the PTO. The student who brings in the largest donation will receive four passes to the MGM Theme Park. All donations received from the Fun Run will be earmarked for new playground equipment and a CD ROM for the library. Galloway's PTO would like to thank all past, present, and future supporters of the very successful Fun Run. r THANK YOU ^k L ^ TOn CURK .JB 1(1-"^fc eoiRTRtJrno?; ji^ • Jf f Courtesy Photo TVIANKS FOR BENCHES — Mack Elementary School teachers, students and parents want to ttiank Tom Clark of Gold Rule Construction for the installation of the new benches and playground equipment. The Green Valley High School marching band recently won top honors at the Sierra Band Crusade in Reno and brought the Sweepstakes Award to Southern Nevada for the first time in the history of the competition. The 120-member group outscored all competition in the large band category, earned the highest score of all Nevada bands and attained the highest marks overall. Bands from Idaho and California were also in attendance. "Owe show is based on the music of Queen, the British rock group," director Diane Koutsulis said. "It's a fun show. The kids eiyoy playing it and the audience ei\joys watching. It has a lot of audience appeal.... There is a lot of color on the field." The marching band performance is comprised of several groups' coordinated efforts. Three drum mtgors — Everett Taylor, Sarah Dunn and Patrick Thompson — lead the band on the field. The color guard, instructed by Susan Edgar and led by captains Joanna Gamas and Stephanie King, present the flags. And the Gator Girls dance team instructed by Traci Traasdahl and led by Captain RyAnn Rader performs vsrith the band as well. Koutsulis and Daniel Jordan direct the band. And Rob Weidenfeld instructs the drum m^gors—who also won first place honors. These kids have worked really hard," Koutsulis said. They did a super job...I'm really proud of them. It has taken four years to come to this level." The band began practicing two weeks before the school year started. The members often practiced in the dark at 6:25 a.m. andTuesdays andThursdaysfrom 6 to 9 p.m. Green Valley is the first Southern Nevada high school to win the Sweepstakes award, which is given to the band with the highest overall score. They also won the Governor's cup for the highest Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association score. The band will compete Saturday, Nov. 12 at the Silver Bowl in another high school competition. CHILI COOKOFF! SAT. NOV. 12 NOON TO FIVE ICS PRIZES! MISS CHILI PEPPER CONTEST 2PM $100 FIRST PRIZE PT*S SLOT CASINO "^mriifiiinii^ I'ELKTRA" 2 years old, domestic, medium hair, Calico, female. Was rescued from a light pole & needs a good home. Very sweet cat, good natured. # ^ HENDERSON ANIMAL SHELTER has many nice cats and dogs that need good homes. For infornnation please call 565-2033. REMEMBER: SPAY and NEUTER...it saves animals lives! f W ] im mm NEW ^^ DINIIEIi Served 24 Hours 7 Days a Week BLACKENED ^B^SS ir-^ PRIME RIB ^^0 ANGEL HAIR PASTA Ulis Newton Elementary School PTA, faculty, parents and students would like to sincerely thank the following sponsors of our Halloween Fall Fundraiser raffle: • Villa Pizza, Greenway Rd., Henderson • Ralphs American Car Care Center • Disneyland • Applebee 's Neighborhood Grill & Bar, Stephanie St., Henderson • Marie Callenders • 4800 S. Eastern Ave. • Ethel M's Chocolates • Carl's Jr. Corp. Facility, Las Vegas • Arby's Corp. Facility, Las Vegas • Country Inn Restaurant, Henderson • Sam's Town Hotel Gambling Hall and Bowling Center • Alexis Park Resort <& Spa • Boulder Station Hotel and Casino • • Palace Station Hotel and Casino • Shtrwhoat Hotel, Casino and Bowling • Excalibur Hotel and Casino • Leaps and Bounds, Henderson • Black Mountain Golf and Country Club • Scandia Family Fun Center • MGM Grand Theme Park • Desert Princess Lake Mead Cruises • Las Vegas Thunder/Hockey • The Ultimate Balloon Adventure • Lucky Strike Mining Co. • Family Fitness Center of Las Vegas • Black Canyon Raft Tours • Antique Rose Florist • F.I.B., Henderson Branch Thanks Selma! • Bonnie's Floral Boutique • WalMart, Henderson • K-ntart, Henderson • Black Mountain Jewelers • Gold Casters Jewelry • Flamingo Hilton, Laughlin • Railroad Pass Hotel & Casino • Channel 5 • Boulevard Mall • Henderson Home News • Kolob Credit Union • Cinderella Developement Program • Henderson Chiropractic • Chili's Grill and Bar, Henderson • Smith's Food King, Henderson • Wendy's Corp. Facility, Las Vegas Mothers of Twins Club to meet The East Las Vegas Mothers of Twins Club will meet at 7 p.m., Nov. 16, at the Green Valley Library, 2797 N. Green Valley Parkway, Henderson. For more information, call 4364722. ^ DISHES'^ 564^790 WIC Courtesy Photo GAS LAMPE REVIVAL—From left aretenorCari Truman, lead Bob Henshaw, bass Don Kemma and baritone Nordy Grenrood. The four men are taking their barber shop quartet to the next step and are forming a chapter of the Society for the Preservation and Encouragement of Barber Shop Quartet Singing In America Inc. Barbershop chorus forms (Women, infants, and Children Supplemental Food Program) Providing Food to Low Income pregnant, breastfeeding women, and families with children under 5 years of age. For more infomriation contact an E.O.B. Health Clinic near you East Las Vegas 451-7699 Henderson 565-0727 Henderson's own Barbershop Chapter/Chorus is in the initial stages of becoming a Chapter of the Society for the Preservation and Encouragement of Barber Shop Quartet Singing In America, Inc. If you are interested in singing four-part harmony in the Barbership Style, join in the fun and attend an open house meeting at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 9, at the Henderson Seniors Center, 27 E. Texas St. You will have a "BALL" singing a chorus, maybe a quartet, a little woodshedding and a few tags, a spokesman said. "No matter if you are an experienced 'Barbershopper* or a newcomer to our style of singing, there will be something for everybody," the spokesman said. Call Carl Truman, 255-6462 for more information. Taekwondo results highlighted The News is YOUR community newspaper The Nevada Region of the International Taekwondo Council (ITC) recently held a Taekwondo tournament at the Henderson Boys and Girls Club. There was virtually something for everyone as divisions were offered for everyone from 5-year-old kids to seniors, and white belts to black belts. Of the more than 100 contestants competing in forms, one-step sparring and free sparring, the students from Henderson Taekwondo distinguished themselves highly winning 13 gold, 11 silver and 11 bronze medals. In the Kids Orange Belt Middies Division, 10-year old Michael Thaxton won gold medals in both Forms and One-Step Sparring. "Not bad when you consider that this was Michael's first tournament experience," said his JROTC celebration Wednesday The Basic High School Marine Corps JROTC will host a celebration of the organization's 219th birthday from 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday in the school's gynmasium. Refreshments will be served after the ceremony in the Activity Center. instructor, Forrest Nelson. Nelson, a fourtli-degree black belt and Chief Instructor at Henderson Taekwondo, was also impressed with 15-year-old firstdegree black belt Steven Summers. Summers, a sophomore at Basic High School, garnered gold medals in both Forms and FreeSparring in the Adult Black Belt Division. "I was very pleased with those two," said Nelson. "But I think thateveryone involved did a great job. I was proud of all of them, and I think they all learned a lot and had some good clean fun." The next tournament is the ITC National Championships set for Nov. 5, in Sacramento, Calif Sat & Sun Noon til 6:00 p.m. FREE! Progressive Video Poker Tournament Win$$$! MARGARITAS FREE! NFL Parlay Cards 50* FREE! Bingo Sat. & Sun. IS AM CHILI PT'S Mini Burgers with Fries i>t Prize $300 PORTERHOUSE i6oz. 'ZT $4.95 3ri pSI'75 46 Water St., 564-4994 Downtown Henderson h r-^/ll nternational Buffet Monday Oriental Night ^1^^ Monday Senior Night 4) I .yy plus tax Tuesday Mexican ( iisine A? V ^ tlOAS" e. cv k KOTSLfi CASINO VJledncsdsky Italian Cuisine Night Night ONLY.,, $^49 3 10 p.m. \J fl Includes Beverage us tax Thursday German & Irish Cuisine Night Friday All American Cuisine Saturday Westem Barbecue Sunday New Orleans Night LUNCH BUFFET 11:00 2:30 AII.YOUCANl.AT IIRIIKICS llc'wmj^o plus tax 2800 S. Boulder Highway (702) 294-5000 foin the Mayor and City Council in the Dedication of the Veteran's Memorial Wall as they pay special tribute to the Henderson Veterans, as well as honoring public officials, both past and present. This very special section of the new Civic Center Plaza will stand tribute to all of our Veterans and City Leaders for generations to come. You are encourajged to come share in this celebration honoring and presen/Ing Henderson's proud heritage. 240 Water Street llen(ierson,IIV 89015 November 1U9M 3;30p.in.

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mtm mm tm T Pages Henderson Home News Tuesday, Novembers, 1994 Stroke Club opens chapter in LV The Nevada Easter Seal Society, with a First Interstate Bank grant has begun a Stroke Club in Northwest Las Vegas. Open to persons of all ages who have experienced a stroke. Caregivers, friends and family are also invited. The first organizational meeting will be held at the Summerlin library on Dec. 4. The club will be facilitated by a certified recreational therapist and will focus on community re-integration. Strokeis an age-old illness that may some day be prevented. Until thattime an estimated 400,000 Americans annually experience stroke—an "accident" to or interference with the blood vessels that supply oxygen to the brain. After the initial medical and therapeutic interventions, recovery from a stroke often means learning to cope with the limitations the stroke may have created. The support of family, friends and others experiencing similar difficulties can help the individual to focus on their abilities and strengths. While the group members will decide on the concept and activities of the club, it is intended that the group will primarily be designed to lend peer supportduring the transitional period between leaving the hospital and re-entering an active community life. The facilitator will help toglean from the group members where their individual and collective strengths lie, help them to identify those skills and support them as they begin to test those strengths. The support of the facilitator and other group members will help the individuals to re-direct their skills and find new ways to accomplish goals by focusing on their functional, positive abilities. Much of the positive recovery of a stroke survivor is dependent on the patience, understanding and support of family and friends. The participation by family members in the support group can be helpful in understanding how best to help in increasing the independence of their loved one. Although stroke does not affect any two people the same way, the problems that come with stroke are often similar. Understand that: •Stroke results from a blockage of, or hemorrhage from, the blood vessels to the brain. The brain is damaged, temporarily or permanently, by stoke. •Loss of good speech only means that the part of the brain controlling speech has been damaged, NOT that the person is unable to understand. •Following stroke, the person may tire easily. Small goals, set and met each day, can add purpose to life. •Encourage independence whenever possible. Be sympathetic, but always encouraging. Treat adults as adults, not children. •Above all, remember: even when change is apparent, the person is the same individual you knew before the stroke occurred. For more information on the club, call the Easter Seal office 739-7771. Christmas Parade entry forms now available The Henderson Chamber of Commerce has begun preparing for the annual children's Christmas Parade welcoming Santa to Henderson on Saturday, Dec. 10 at 12 noon. The parade w^ll begin at the comer ofOceanandWater Streets, down Water Street, turning left on Victory Road where it will end. Any child up to age 18 can participate by filling out an entry form and returning it to the Chamber of Commerce by 5 p.m., Friday, Dec. 2. ^plications are now in the offices of all Henderson schools and are also available at the Chamber of Commerce office at 590 Boulder Highway. Awards for first and second place will be awarded in all categories. For more information, call 5658951. School name committee to meet The school name committee of the Clark County Board of School Trustees will meet at 4:30 p.m. today in the superintendent's conference room in the Education Center, 2832 E. Flamingo Road. Agenda items are naming of school facilities and public comments. SCRAPBOOK: Civil War From Page 1 original carte de visites — photographs attached to calling cards. The picture of Robert E. Lee is rare because it was taken when he was a young man. Some of the pictures are albumen photos which used egg whites as the binding agent for adhering silver nitrate to the paper. Other prominent Southern figures pictured include Gov. Lether of Virginia, General John H. Morgan and Confederate Commissioners Mason and Slidell. ApassissuedbyLt. Colonel J.M. Clough authorizes "Mrs. Rossington in Canton" to visit Camp Alcom, a Confederate camp in Hopkinsville, Ky. It is dated July 5,1982. The book is also decorated with steel etchings and small drawings painted with water-color, including an etching of the original Tom Thumb and his wife. Denaut and her husband, Ed, plan to make copies of the scrap book so that others can enjoy the perspective of the Civil War depicted on the book's pages. "We realized that this was a treasure that needed to be shared with other people interested in the Civil War," Lois Denaut said. She requests that anyone interested in the book or with information about its contents contact her at 566-3648. SUPPORT YOUR COMIVIUNITY NEWSPAPER BINGO BONANZA WATCH THIS IS NOT A RECORDING 111111 U I J You could win a Color TV every Tuesday from Nov. I 22 or You could win a VCR every Thursday from Nov. 3-24 Ail Pules Posted HO Ufaier St. Downtown Henderson Sonata Passes Camry in DRIVER test. 1995 HYUNDAI SONATA GLS ONLY i< f *495 00 DOWN (O.A.C. 2 years or 24^000 miles free maintenance You only buy the gas! In a comparison of family sedans* in the September 1994 issue of Car & Driver, our Hyundai Sonata GLS edged out the Toyota Camry, last year's winner. Sonata ranked tops in convenience features and amenities. Every Sonata GLS comes with: 3.0 liter V6 engine 4-speed automatic transmission Air conditioning Dual airbags 6-speaker AM/FM stereo cassette Fully independent suspension 4-wheel power disc brakes • Power windows • Power door locks • Power antenna • Power side mirrors • Cruise control • Alloy wheels BEN STEPMAN HYUNDAI 565-1500 IN HENDERSON OF COURSE! •Based on fhe September 1994 issue of Car & Driver, Family Sedan Compare: What's Best for $20,000. -itaii i Tuesday, Novembers, 1994 Henderson Home New* Pt^9, Lake Las Vegas information center at Forum Shops Lake Las Vegas, the $3.8 billion, 2,245-acre, world-class residential and resort community under development 17 miles east of the Las Vegas Strip, recently opened an information center at The Forum Shops at Caesars. "By reaching out to the more than 50,000 people passing through the The Forum Shops each day, we hope to increase LAS Vegan s' awareness of the progress being made at Lake Las Vegas, as well as generate interest from tourists," said Sherri Langley, director of marketing for Lake Las Vegas. "We feel The Forum Shops is a good 'fit'—the right place to market Southern Nevada's newest and most exclusive residential and resort community. Most of the visitors to The Forum Shops are well within our demographic profile, are affluent, are visionarDEATHS ies and are predisposed to the Las Vegas area." The Information booth, which opened Sept. 15, is located near the strip entrance to the shops and is manned by a Lake Las Vegas sales hostess from 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily. Langley said residents and tourists interested in Lake Las Vegas can make arrangements via the Sales Hostess to either visit the development immediately, schedule a visit during their I^as Vegas current stay or make an appointment to visit the project at a later date. Interested parties can also be placed on a maiUng list to receive a^VIPPortfolio," including a Lake Las Vegas video and brochure. The sales hostess at the Information Center arranges immediate orlatertransportation to the development in a Lake Las Vegas Suburban. On site, guests Milton H. Barber Milton H. Barber, 64, died Nov. 4, 1994, in a local hospital. Bom Nov. 22,1929, in Bellflower, Calif., he had been a resident of the Henderson area for 10 years. Barber was a veteran of the United States Army serving during the Korean Conflict and a lifetime member of D.A.V. The family requests donations be made to the American Heart Association, 3171 S. Jones, Las Vegas,NV89102,ortheAmerican Lung Association; 4100 Boulder Hwy., Las Vegas. NV8912L Heis survivedby his wife Gerri F. Barber of Henderson; three daughters. Penny Hallman of Ft Worth, Texas, Donna Henderson of Mineral Wells, Texas, and Victoria Murray of Las Vegas; two sons, David Hays of Henderson, and DuWayne Jacobson of Mineral Wells, Texas; and eight grandchildren. Arrangements werehandled by Palm Mortuary in Henderson. Sonya Campbell Sonya Campbell died Thurs-, day, Nov. 3, in the Nathan Adelson Hospice. Bom Sept. 18, 1937 in Connecticut, she was a 14-year resident of Henderson. She is survived by her husband Jerry Campbell; sons ScottDodson and Mark Campbell; daughter Julie Post; brothers Walter and Michael Prochorchick; and five grandchildren, Services^for close fiiends and family virill be at the Campbell home at 2 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 12. The family requests Uiat in lieu of flowers, donations be made in her name to the Nathan Adelson Hospice. Artie J. Cannon Artie J. Cannon, 73, died Wednesday, Nov. 2, 1994 in a local hospital. She was a 31-year resident of Henderson. She was bom May 15,1921 in San Jacinto, Calif. She was a lifetime member of International Training in Communication, charter member of First Presbyterian Church of Henderson, Soroptomist, Registered Parliamentarian, and lifetime member of Citizens Advisory Board for Henderson PlanningCommission. She is survived by her husband Thomas A. Cannon of Henderson; a daughter, Pamela Bolin of Romert Park, Calif.; and two granddaughters, Jennefer and Nicole. The family requests donations be made to Henderson Senior Center, 27 E. Texas Ave., Henderson, NV 89015. Services were held at Palm Chapel in Henderson. Arrangements werehandled by Palm Mortuary of Henderson. She is survived by her husband Thomas A. Cannon of Henderson; a daughter, Pamela Bolin of Romert Park, Calif.; and two granddaughters, Jennefer and Nicole and two other grandchildren. receive a personalized tour of the project on land and by water on Lake Las Vegas' 55-foot yacht. Lady of the Lake. "With all the progress being made at Lake Las Vegas—with completion of the Jack Nicklaus golf course nearing and construction underway on many custom homes—we felt our presence in The Forum Shops at Caesars presented a unique marketing opportunity. Our potential buyers appreciate the beauty of the development, especially the landscapes from the lake's edge," Langley said. Langley also said she hopes to grow the information center into a full-service concierge program for Lake Las Vegas homeowners and guests. "Eventually we want to offer Lake Las Vegas members and guests a full-service concierge faBusiness group to meet today The Uptown Achievers Chapter of the Business Network International will meet Tuesday, Nov. 7 at The Lighthouse Restaurant, 2202 West Charleston Blvd. 'i'he business referral meetings will begin at 7 a.m. and end at 8:30 a.m. Breakfast is included for $6. Mark Craven, owner of C-12 Software and Consulting, will be speaking on "Panic Realizing You Haven't Backed-up Your Data." Babbette Griffis, owner of Marketing Advantages, a marketing consulting firm, will continue her series on "The Five Ps of Marketing." Leslie Taylor, executive director of the Business Network International, will present "Ho w to get Your Message Across in Under 60 Seconds." The Uptown Achievers Chapter membership is drawn from a variety of occupations, including legal, financial, marketing, and personal service professionals. Prospective members are welcome to attend. The Uptown Achievers are seeking new members from the medical, dental, and construction contracting fields. For more information, contact Tom Peterson, chapter president, 227-7046. Curfman to be honored The Henderson Chamber of Commerce will honor Mary Curfman, Basic High School English instructor and Student Council advisor, at the American Education Week Luncheon on Thursday, Nov. 17,1994. Curfman's passion forteaching and commitment to excellence have earned her this recognition, a spokesman said. Ray T. Shands Ray T. Shands, 76, died Wednesday, Nov. 2,1994 in a local hospital. He was a nine-year resident of Henderson. He was bom Feb. 2, 1918 in Silverdale, Mo. He was a veteran of the United States Army, having served during World War H. He is survived by his wife Margaret of Henderson; a son Mitchell Shands of Svmland, Calif; four step-sons Wayne Taylor of Spokane, Wash., Jerry Taylor of Ellisville, Miss., Roy Taylor of Henderson, and Roger Taylor of Boise, Idaho; two sisters Elzora McCormick of Kennett Mo. and Opal Headrick of St. Charles, Mo.; 14 grandchildren; and three greatgrandchildren. The family requests donations be made to Nathan Adelson Hospice, 4141 Swenson, Las Vegas, NV 89119. Services were held at Highland Hills Baptist Church. Arrangements werehandledby Palm Mortuary of Henderson. Grace F. Winall Grace F. Winall, 95, died Saturday, Nov. 5, 1994 at a local convalescent center. Born March 27, 1899 in Greenbriar, W. Va., she had been a resident of Henderson for 40 years. She was also a charter member of the Henderson Presbyterian Church. She is survived by two sons, Harold D. Winall, of Hurricane, W. Va., Donald E. Winall, of Smithers, W. Va.; five grandchildren andfour greatgrandchildren. Viewing Services will be held firom 2 to 5 p.m. today, and from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday. Services vll be held at 2 p.m. at the Palm Chapel, in Henderson. Arrangements were handled by Palm Mortuary of Henderson. cility from The Fomm Shops. Services would include such things as accommodation, restaurant and show reservations," Langley added. The project features Nevada's largest man-made lake with more than 10 miles of shoreline and Nevada's first Jack Nicklaus 18hold championship golf course. SouthShore is Lake Las Vegas' premier residential offering where custom home sites are being offered beginning at $ 185,000. Views of both the 320-acre lake and the 7,070-yard Nicklaus golf course are the feature of the 503-acre Mediterranean-themed SouthShore community. The development alsdincludes plans for up to six hotel/casinos, four additional golf courses, a commercial resort village, a marina, a tennis center and an equestrian facility. Transcontinental Properties, Inc., Santa Barbara, Calif, the developer of Lake Las Vegas, is a real estate and investment company with diversified projects throughout the United States. The on-site Lake Las Vegas Information Office is open daily from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. To travel to the office, take U.S. (5 south to Lake Mead Drive and drive east for 6.5 miles, tum left at Lake Las Vegas Parkway. For more information on sites and homes at SouthShore, call564-1600or(800) 564-1603. Play at Sam's Town November 7th through the 13th for chances to spin the Cash Prize Wheel. There's no limit on the number of times you can win.' All rules posted In casino. SAM'S TOTVN ^ •" tf)ovsurs FRt. NOV. n 7:00 PM Maft^S^ ^s Lorna |. Kesterson Valley View Recreation Center 500 Harris Street s the curtain rises, a puppet comes to life accompanied by a piano concerto in this educational program performed exclusively to the music of the great Mozart. Children of all ages will delight in Little Blue, a fanciful underwater tale created in the style of artist Henri Matisse, the story of Tamino and Dorabella, set in a giant pop-up book of Medieval scenery, and the beautiful fable of Why the Willow Weeps, movingly told with the artists' hands. The City of Henderson Parks and Recreation Department is proud to have Theatreworks/USA present two-time Emmy Award winner Marshall Izen with |im West in "Mozart, Monsters and Matisse." Admission, accepted at the door, is $5 for adults and $ 3 for seniors and students aged 3 to 17. Chiklren under 3 will be admitted free. „ ^ „ For further information, Sc^ffl call the HPRD Cultural Hotline, 565-2313 Departmtut \ ilMHililii

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mtm mm tm T Pages Henderson Home News Tuesday, Novembers, 1994 Stroke Club opens chapter in LV The Nevada Easter Seal Society, with a First Interstate Bank grant has begun a Stroke Club in Northwest Las Vegas. Open to persons of all ages who have experienced a stroke. Caregivers, friends and family are also invited. The first organizational meeting will be held at the Summerlin library on Dec. 4. The club will be facilitated by a certified recreational therapist and will focus on community re-integration. Strokeis an age-old illness that may some day be prevented. Until thattime an estimated 400,000 Americans annually experience stroke—an "accident" to or interference with the blood vessels that supply oxygen to the brain. After the initial medical and therapeutic interventions, recovery from a stroke often means learning to cope with the limitations the stroke may have created. The support of family, friends and others experiencing similar difficulties can help the individual to focus on their abilities and strengths. While the group members will decide on the concept and activities of the club, it is intended that the group will primarily be designed to lend peer supportduring the transitional period between leaving the hospital and re-entering an active community life. The facilitator will help toglean from the group members where their individual and collective strengths lie, help them to identify those skills and support them as they begin to test those strengths. The support of the facilitator and other group members will help the individuals to re-direct their skills and find new ways to accomplish goals by focusing on their functional, positive abilities. Much of the positive recovery of a stroke survivor is dependent on the patience, understanding and support of family and friends. The participation by family members in the support group can be helpful in understanding how best to help in increasing the independence of their loved one. Although stroke does not affect any two people the same way, the problems that come with stroke are often similar. Understand that: •Stroke results from a blockage of, or hemorrhage from, the blood vessels to the brain. The brain is damaged, temporarily or permanently, by stoke. •Loss of good speech only means that the part of the brain controlling speech has been damaged, NOT that the person is unable to understand. •Following stroke, the person may tire easily. Small goals, set and met each day, can add purpose to life. •Encourage independence whenever possible. Be sympathetic, but always encouraging. Treat adults as adults, not children. •Above all, remember: even when change is apparent, the person is the same individual you knew before the stroke occurred. For more information on the club, call the Easter Seal office 739-7771. Christmas Parade entry forms now available The Henderson Chamber of Commerce has begun preparing for the annual children's Christmas Parade welcoming Santa to Henderson on Saturday, Dec. 10 at 12 noon. The parade w^ll begin at the comer ofOceanandWater Streets, down Water Street, turning left on Victory Road where it will end. Any child up to age 18 can participate by filling out an entry form and returning it to the Chamber of Commerce by 5 p.m., Friday, Dec. 2. ^plications are now in the offices of all Henderson schools and are also available at the Chamber of Commerce office at 590 Boulder Highway. Awards for first and second place will be awarded in all categories. For more information, call 5658951. School name committee to meet The school name committee of the Clark County Board of School Trustees will meet at 4:30 p.m. today in the superintendent's conference room in the Education Center, 2832 E. Flamingo Road. Agenda items are naming of school facilities and public comments. SCRAPBOOK: Civil War From Page 1 original carte de visites — photographs attached to calling cards. The picture of Robert E. Lee is rare because it was taken when he was a young man. Some of the pictures are albumen photos which used egg whites as the binding agent for adhering silver nitrate to the paper. Other prominent Southern figures pictured include Gov. Lether of Virginia, General John H. Morgan and Confederate Commissioners Mason and Slidell. ApassissuedbyLt. Colonel J.M. Clough authorizes "Mrs. Rossington in Canton" to visit Camp Alcom, a Confederate camp in Hopkinsville, Ky. It is dated July 5,1982. The book is also decorated with steel etchings and small drawings painted with water-color, including an etching of the original Tom Thumb and his wife. Denaut and her husband, Ed, plan to make copies of the scrap book so that others can enjoy the perspective of the Civil War depicted on the book's pages. "We realized that this was a treasure that needed to be shared with other people interested in the Civil War," Lois Denaut said. She requests that anyone interested in the book or with information about its contents contact her at 566-3648. SUPPORT YOUR COMIVIUNITY NEWSPAPER BINGO BONANZA WATCH THIS IS NOT A RECORDING 111111 U I J You could win a Color TV every Tuesday from Nov. I 22 or You could win a VCR every Thursday from Nov. 3-24 Ail Pules Posted HO Ufaier St. Downtown Henderson Sonata Passes Camry in DRIVER test. 1995 HYUNDAI SONATA GLS ONLY i< f *495 00 DOWN (O.A.C. 2 years or 24^000 miles free maintenance You only buy the gas! In a comparison of family sedans* in the September 1994 issue of Car & Driver, our Hyundai Sonata GLS edged out the Toyota Camry, last year's winner. Sonata ranked tops in convenience features and amenities. Every Sonata GLS comes with: 3.0 liter V6 engine 4-speed automatic transmission Air conditioning Dual airbags 6-speaker AM/FM stereo cassette Fully independent suspension 4-wheel power disc brakes • Power windows • Power door locks • Power antenna • Power side mirrors • Cruise control • Alloy wheels BEN STEPMAN HYUNDAI 565-1500 IN HENDERSON OF COURSE! •Based on fhe September 1994 issue of Car & Driver, Family Sedan Compare: What's Best for $20,000. -itaii i Tuesday, Novembers, 1994 Henderson Home New* Pt^9, Lake Las Vegas information center at Forum Shops Lake Las Vegas, the $3.8 billion, 2,245-acre, world-class residential and resort community under development 17 miles east of the Las Vegas Strip, recently opened an information center at The Forum Shops at Caesars. "By reaching out to the more than 50,000 people passing through the The Forum Shops each day, we hope to increase LAS Vegan s' awareness of the progress being made at Lake Las Vegas, as well as generate interest from tourists," said Sherri Langley, director of marketing for Lake Las Vegas. "We feel The Forum Shops is a good 'fit'—the right place to market Southern Nevada's newest and most exclusive residential and resort community. Most of the visitors to The Forum Shops are well within our demographic profile, are affluent, are visionarDEATHS ies and are predisposed to the Las Vegas area." The Information booth, which opened Sept. 15, is located near the strip entrance to the shops and is manned by a Lake Las Vegas sales hostess from 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily. Langley said residents and tourists interested in Lake Las Vegas can make arrangements via the Sales Hostess to either visit the development immediately, schedule a visit during their I^as Vegas current stay or make an appointment to visit the project at a later date. Interested parties can also be placed on a maiUng list to receive a^VIPPortfolio," including a Lake Las Vegas video and brochure. The sales hostess at the Information Center arranges immediate orlatertransportation to the development in a Lake Las Vegas Suburban. On site, guests Milton H. Barber Milton H. Barber, 64, died Nov. 4, 1994, in a local hospital. Bom Nov. 22,1929, in Bellflower, Calif., he had been a resident of the Henderson area for 10 years. Barber was a veteran of the United States Army serving during the Korean Conflict and a lifetime member of D.A.V. The family requests donations be made to the American Heart Association, 3171 S. Jones, Las Vegas,NV89102,ortheAmerican Lung Association; 4100 Boulder Hwy., Las Vegas. NV8912L Heis survivedby his wife Gerri F. Barber of Henderson; three daughters. Penny Hallman of Ft Worth, Texas, Donna Henderson of Mineral Wells, Texas, and Victoria Murray of Las Vegas; two sons, David Hays of Henderson, and DuWayne Jacobson of Mineral Wells, Texas; and eight grandchildren. Arrangements werehandled by Palm Mortuary in Henderson. Sonya Campbell Sonya Campbell died Thurs-, day, Nov. 3, in the Nathan Adelson Hospice. Bom Sept. 18, 1937 in Connecticut, she was a 14-year resident of Henderson. She is survived by her husband Jerry Campbell; sons ScottDodson and Mark Campbell; daughter Julie Post; brothers Walter and Michael Prochorchick; and five grandchildren, Services^for close fiiends and family virill be at the Campbell home at 2 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 12. The family requests Uiat in lieu of flowers, donations be made in her name to the Nathan Adelson Hospice. Artie J. Cannon Artie J. Cannon, 73, died Wednesday, Nov. 2, 1994 in a local hospital. She was a 31-year resident of Henderson. She was bom May 15,1921 in San Jacinto, Calif. She was a lifetime member of International Training in Communication, charter member of First Presbyterian Church of Henderson, Soroptomist, Registered Parliamentarian, and lifetime member of Citizens Advisory Board for Henderson PlanningCommission. She is survived by her husband Thomas A. Cannon of Henderson; a daughter, Pamela Bolin of Romert Park, Calif.; and two granddaughters, Jennefer and Nicole. The family requests donations be made to Henderson Senior Center, 27 E. Texas Ave., Henderson, NV 89015. Services were held at Palm Chapel in Henderson. Arrangements werehandled by Palm Mortuary of Henderson. She is survived by her husband Thomas A. Cannon of Henderson; a daughter, Pamela Bolin of Romert Park, Calif.; and two granddaughters, Jennefer and Nicole and two other grandchildren. receive a personalized tour of the project on land and by water on Lake Las Vegas' 55-foot yacht. Lady of the Lake. "With all the progress being made at Lake Las Vegas—with completion of the Jack Nicklaus golf course nearing and construction underway on many custom homes—we felt our presence in The Forum Shops at Caesars presented a unique marketing opportunity. Our potential buyers appreciate the beauty of the development, especially the landscapes from the lake's edge," Langley said. Langley also said she hopes to grow the information center into a full-service concierge program for Lake Las Vegas homeowners and guests. "Eventually we want to offer Lake Las Vegas members and guests a full-service concierge faBusiness group to meet today The Uptown Achievers Chapter of the Business Network International will meet Tuesday, Nov. 7 at The Lighthouse Restaurant, 2202 West Charleston Blvd. 'i'he business referral meetings will begin at 7 a.m. and end at 8:30 a.m. Breakfast is included for $6. Mark Craven, owner of C-12 Software and Consulting, will be speaking on "Panic Realizing You Haven't Backed-up Your Data." Babbette Griffis, owner of Marketing Advantages, a marketing consulting firm, will continue her series on "The Five Ps of Marketing." Leslie Taylor, executive director of the Business Network International, will present "Ho w to get Your Message Across in Under 60 Seconds." The Uptown Achievers Chapter membership is drawn from a variety of occupations, including legal, financial, marketing, and personal service professionals. Prospective members are welcome to attend. The Uptown Achievers are seeking new members from the medical, dental, and construction contracting fields. For more information, contact Tom Peterson, chapter president, 227-7046. Curfman to be honored The Henderson Chamber of Commerce will honor Mary Curfman, Basic High School English instructor and Student Council advisor, at the American Education Week Luncheon on Thursday, Nov. 17,1994. Curfman's passion forteaching and commitment to excellence have earned her this recognition, a spokesman said. Ray T. Shands Ray T. Shands, 76, died Wednesday, Nov. 2,1994 in a local hospital. He was a nine-year resident of Henderson. He was bom Feb. 2, 1918 in Silverdale, Mo. He was a veteran of the United States Army, having served during World War H. He is survived by his wife Margaret of Henderson; a son Mitchell Shands of Svmland, Calif; four step-sons Wayne Taylor of Spokane, Wash., Jerry Taylor of Ellisville, Miss., Roy Taylor of Henderson, and Roger Taylor of Boise, Idaho; two sisters Elzora McCormick of Kennett Mo. and Opal Headrick of St. Charles, Mo.; 14 grandchildren; and three greatgrandchildren. The family requests donations be made to Nathan Adelson Hospice, 4141 Swenson, Las Vegas, NV 89119. Services were held at Highland Hills Baptist Church. Arrangements werehandledby Palm Mortuary of Henderson. Grace F. Winall Grace F. Winall, 95, died Saturday, Nov. 5, 1994 at a local convalescent center. Born March 27, 1899 in Greenbriar, W. Va., she had been a resident of Henderson for 40 years. She was also a charter member of the Henderson Presbyterian Church. She is survived by two sons, Harold D. Winall, of Hurricane, W. Va., Donald E. Winall, of Smithers, W. Va.; five grandchildren andfour greatgrandchildren. Viewing Services will be held firom 2 to 5 p.m. today, and from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday. Services vll be held at 2 p.m. at the Palm Chapel, in Henderson. Arrangements were handled by Palm Mortuary of Henderson. cility from The Fomm Shops. Services would include such things as accommodation, restaurant and show reservations," Langley added. The project features Nevada's largest man-made lake with more than 10 miles of shoreline and Nevada's first Jack Nicklaus 18hold championship golf course. SouthShore is Lake Las Vegas' premier residential offering where custom home sites are being offered beginning at $ 185,000. Views of both the 320-acre lake and the 7,070-yard Nicklaus golf course are the feature of the 503-acre Mediterranean-themed SouthShore community. The development alsdincludes plans for up to six hotel/casinos, four additional golf courses, a commercial resort village, a marina, a tennis center and an equestrian facility. Transcontinental Properties, Inc., Santa Barbara, Calif, the developer of Lake Las Vegas, is a real estate and investment company with diversified projects throughout the United States. The on-site Lake Las Vegas Information Office is open daily from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. To travel to the office, take U.S. (5 south to Lake Mead Drive and drive east for 6.5 miles, tum left at Lake Las Vegas Parkway. For more information on sites and homes at SouthShore, call564-1600or(800) 564-1603. Play at Sam's Town November 7th through the 13th for chances to spin the Cash Prize Wheel. There's no limit on the number of times you can win.' All rules posted In casino. SAM'S TOTVN ^ •" tf)ovsurs FRt. NOV. n 7:00 PM Maft^S^ ^s Lorna |. Kesterson Valley View Recreation Center 500 Harris Street s the curtain rises, a puppet comes to life accompanied by a piano concerto in this educational program performed exclusively to the music of the great Mozart. Children of all ages will delight in Little Blue, a fanciful underwater tale created in the style of artist Henri Matisse, the story of Tamino and Dorabella, set in a giant pop-up book of Medieval scenery, and the beautiful fable of Why the Willow Weeps, movingly told with the artists' hands. The City of Henderson Parks and Recreation Department is proud to have Theatreworks/USA present two-time Emmy Award winner Marshall Izen with |im West in "Mozart, Monsters and Matisse." Admission, accepted at the door, is $5 for adults and $ 3 for seniors and students aged 3 to 17. Chiklren under 3 will be admitted free. „ ^ „ For further information, Sc^ffl call the HPRD Cultural Hotline, 565-2313 Departmtut \ ilMHililii

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Page 10 Henderson Home News Tuesday, Novembers, 1994 Tuesday, Novembers, 1994 Henderson Home News Page 11 Thanksgiving fun flies in HPRD's turitey slioot Salaries for administrative assistants increases Brian Jones/News Staff FAMILY FOLKLORE — Clark County Heritage Museum staff member Jill Halverson and Suzanne Turgeon assist Jan Gates of Boulder City Saturday during the Family Folklore Festival. Storing and caring for family treasures was the subject of this table. More photosfromtheevent will befeatured in Thursday's edition. Win your Thanksgiving turkey in HPRD's annual Turkey Shoot. Sponsored by the Henderson Parks and Recreation Department, Turkey Shoot comes to your neighborhood recreation centerfor two days the week of Nov. 14-19, allowing everyonfe 8 years and older a chanceyto win their own plump, juicy holiday bird. Participants can purchase eight shots from an air rifle for 50 cents, and five age divisions ensure turkeys are fair game even for the httle ones. Turkey Shoot will be held from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. every eveningatthefollowing dates and locations: • Monday and Tuesday, Nov. 14-15: Silver Springs Recreation Center, 1951 Silver Springs Parkway. Call 435-3814. •Wednesday and Thursday, Nov. 16-17: Kesterson Valley View Recreation Center, 500 Harris St. Call 565-2121. • Friday and Saturday, Nov. 18-19: Youth Center, 105 W. Basic Road. Call 565-2124. For more information, call Cindy Herman, 565-2367. Executives expect trend to continue during next five years Executive assistants and secretaries are experiencing a greater overall increase in salary levels than their co-workers, according to a recent survey of the nation's largest companies. In a survey, 81% of executives surveyed said thatrelative toother positions in their companies, salaries for their assistants have increased over the past five years. In addition, 63% expect fiirther increases in the next five years. The survey was developed by OflficeTeam, a staffing service specializing in temporary administrative professionals, which has more than 100 locations worldwide. It was conducted by an independent research firm, which polled 150 human resources and other executives from the nation's 1,000 largest companies. Executives were asked: "Relative to other positions in the company, have salaries for executive assistants (or secretaries! increased or Hecrea swi in the oast Holiday assistance for families ABWA to meet tonight The Salvation Army is taking applications for this year's holiday assistance at its Family Service, 830 E. Lake Mead Drive, from 10 a.m. to noon and from 12:30 to 3 p.m., Monday through Friday. Those applying need to bring a driver's license or other proof of identify, their social security card, and proof of both their address and income. They will also need birth certificates fortheirchildren or other proofs of dependency. The filing deadline this season is Friday, Dec. 9, and families are encouraged to file as soon as possible. CHILI COOKOFF! SAT. NOV. 12 NOON TO FIVE ICS PRIZES! MISS CHILI PEPPER CONTEST 2PM $100 FIRST PRIZE PT'S SLOT CASINO Contest launched for 'kids' calendar Aristar Calendar Co. in cooperation with the Children's Wish Foundation International, has launched a national contest to select youngsters—infants to age 12—to be showcased in a new 1996 "Kids" calendar. Proceeds from a portion of the calendar sales will benefit the Children's Wish Foundation, which fu,lfills the wishes of terminally-ill children. Twelve first-place winners and 50 runners-up will be selected by a panel of judges in New York Ci ty with the winners sharing $25,000 in cash and prizes. The 12 firstplace winners will participatein a professional photoshoot at the sponsor's expense and be featured in the 1996 Aristar "Kids" calendar to be sold nationally. The non-profit, Atlanta-based Children's Wish Foundation International, was founded in 1985 in memory of 14-year-old Susan Dozoretz who died of bone cancer. Since then, the Foundation, whose mission is to bring to life the dreams of terminally-ill children, has granted thousands of wishes to, aiding, youngaters. The wishes granted have ranged from a trip to New York City for three-year-old Brittany and her family to meet and be embraced by Big Bird and Telly Monster, her favorite characters of "Sesame Street," to a visit in Atlanta arranged by the Foundation for six-year-old Jonathan to meet with his favorite actor, Bill Cosby. Aristar Calendar Co., a manufacturer and distributor of specialty calendars, is accepting photographs ofcandidates for the contest. To enter, parents should send a black and white or color photograph (snapshot or professional, in any size) of their child with his or her name imprinted on the back of the photograph. In addition, parents should print on a separate piece of paper their names, address and telephone and the name and age of their child. Entries, which must be postmarked no later than Dec. 31, should be mailed to Aristar Calendar Co., 575 Madison Ave., Suite 1006, Dept. 3A, New York, N.Y. 10022. For return of the photograph, a self-addressed, stamped envelope should be included with the entry. The Aristar "Kids" calendar winners will be announced at a gala ceremony in New York City to be attended by the winners and their families as guests of the sponsor. The News is YOUR community newspaper HENDERSON B.P.O. ELKS LODGE #1956 •Weddings • Recq)tloiis• Catering • Banquets ^Dances OPEN DAIY NOON-10 P.M. NEW REDUCED PRICES CALLUS56S-9959 631 East Lake Mead Drive • Henderson Nevada 89015 The Desert Dawn Chapter of the American Business Women's Association (ABWA) will meet tonight at the Community Church, 360 E. Horizon, Henderson. Social time will be from 6:30 to 7 p.m. with the meeting and meal following. Beth Gaylor of "Christmas in April" will be the speaker. Plans will be finalized for the Twist and Shout" fashion show and luncheon to be held at 11 a.m. Nov. 19, at Nick's Supper Club. Tickets are $20 and can be purchased from any Desert Dawn member. The American Business Women's Association brings together business women of diverse backgrounds and provides opportunities for them to help themselves and others grow personally and professionally through leadership, education, networking support and national recognition. For more information, call Carolyn Pinther, 566-5175. five years.? Eighty-one percent said salaries have increased. The role of the executive assistant is gradually taking on greater importance," said Andrew Denka, executive director of OfficeTeam. "As a result, we've seen and will continue to see a steady climb in salaries and an increase in such perquisites as stock options, continuing education and training." Denka said that while administrative professionals have always been an integral part of the workforce, in today's downsized corporate environment they are indispensable: "It is not unusual for executive assistants to handle everything from setting up new databases to managing entire offices." Because many firms are actively investing in technology, computer skills and knowledge of industry-specific software packages are also affecting compensation, Denka added. "Administrative assistants are often the first people in the office to become proficient with a firm's software. As a result, many of them are being asked to train the rest of the staff." "Hiring managers are looking for candidates not only familiar with their company's most popular programs, but who can also adapt to new technology as system updates and more advanced computer tools emerge," said Lynn Gerard, OfficeTeam's branch manager for Las Vegas. "When they find someone with this aptitude, they're willing to reward them accordingly," she said. OfficeTeam is one of the nation's fastest-growing staffing services placing highly skilled temporary and permanent administrative and office support professionals. Salvation Army seeks helpers The Salvation Army is seeking volunteers to help bring joy and happiness to the many needy families in our community. Vol unteers can help at the Angel Tree locatedatK-Marton Boulder Hwy, starting Nov. 7. Organizations and individuals are needed as volunteer bellringers. The Christmas Distribution Center needs help the week before Christmas. Clubs, schools and other organizations are also needed to collect canned goods for holiday food boxes. If you can help or want more information about volunteer op portunities call 565-9578. The News is YOUR community newspaper WE NEED TO BUY USED PALLETS Bluelight Industries, Inc. 643-0001IsYour Air Conditioner a Cash Guzzler? If it's more than 15 years old it is! Air conditioners are like old cars, they just aren't energy efficient. And if your house has one that's more than 15 years old, you're spending too much money to cool your house. You need to replace that old air conditioner with a new model that has a seasonal Energy Efficiency Rating (SEER) of at least 11.0. New energy efficient air conditioners save you money on your utility bill. And Nevada Power gives you cash back just for making the switch!* Carrier We re The Inside Guys. 7311617 3141 Weslwood Dr. ^ AIR CONDinONING SERVICE. INC. NEVADA POWER COMPANY •Purchasf required prior to 12/31/94. Minimum requirements and some restrictions apply. FOUR PAYS MORE! FOUR OF A KIND PAYS DOUBLE ON 500 & DOLLAR SLOTS! C A S I NO Boulder Hwy,Between Lake Mead & Sunset "Another Fine Boyd Gaming Property" JiMMW^ilMii f j j iiii f ii in i i iii i jii n^ £ i \ ppfti.piiB|| | |j|PPP!]il||p.li,J • rptBn??ii(BWl?irTiw!ffM5?i(if]BW''"^^^ T mmam Ml NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning Commli sion of the City of Hcndcnon, Nevada, will hold a public hearing on November 17, 1994, at 7:00 p.m. in the City Council Chamber, City Hall, 240 Water Street, Hendenon, to consider the fallowing applicatian. U-67-94 PUBLIC HEARING USE PERMIT FOR WARM SPRINGS DAYCARE APPLICANT; DOUGLAS E. BARNHART, INC. Request lor a daycare facility in a CN (Neighborhood Commercial) district, at 1551W. Warm Springs Rpad,in the Gibson Springs planning area. ,., DOUGLAS E BARNHART, INC. USEPBMT ANY AND ALL interested persons may appear before the Planning Commission, either in person or by counsel, and may object to or express approval of the proposed USE PERMIT, or may, prior to the public hearing, file with the PlanningDepartment written objection thereto or approval thereof/For additional information, call 565-2088. DATED: November 3,1994 /s/ DAVID A. WOOD, Chaiiman Henderson Planning Commission H—Nov. 8,1994. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning Commisr sion of the City of Henderson, Nevada, will hold a public hearing on November 17, 1994, at 7:00 p.m. in the City Council Chamber, City Hall, 240 WaUr Street, Henderson, to consider th* foUowiM amilicatiflB. Z-67-94 CONTINUED PUBLIC HEARING ZONE CHANGE FOR GREEN VALLEY RANCH APPLICANT: AlVfERICAN NEVADA CORPORATION Request to amaid the Master DcvclopraenI Plan Overlay district from various Resldentid, Public and Semi-Public, and Commercial zoning districts to various Residential, Public and Semi-PuUic, tuA Conmerdal xoning districts on 1,310 acres located south of Lake Mead Drive between Pecos Road and Arroyo Grande Boulevard, in the Green Valley Ranch planning area. AMERICAN NEVADA CORPORATION ZOrC CHANGE Z-e7-4 SIGNS WEST, INC. VAFIANCE V-57-M wmm Pwwv. ANY AND ALL interested persons may appear before the Planning Commission, either in person or by counsel, and may object to or express appn>val of the proptised VARIANCE, or may, prior lo the public hearing, Tile with the Planning Department written objection thereto or appn)val thereof. For additional information, call 565-2088. DATED: November 3,1994 Itl DAVID A. WOOD, Chairman Henderson Planning Commission H—Nov. g, 1994. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning Commission of the City of Henderson, Nevada, will hold a public hearing on November 17, 1994, at 7:00 p.m. in the City Council Chamber, City Hall, 240 Water Street, Henderson, to consider the following application. U-76-MPUBL1C HEARING USE PERMIT FOR P-21 PUMP STATION APPLICANT: CITY OF HENDERSON Request for P-21 pump station and radio communications antenna in a PS (Public and Semi-Public) district, at 1611 W. Sunset Road, in the Whitney Ranch planning area. ANY AND ALL interested persons may appear before the Planning Commission, either in person or by counsel, and may object to or express approval of the proposed ZONE CriANGE or may, prior to the public hearing, file with the FlanningDepartmcnt written objection thereto or approve thereof. For additional infomatfon, call 565-2088. DATED: November 3,1994 Itl DAVm A. WOOD, Chdnnan Henderson Planning Conunissioo H —Nov. 8,1994. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning Commission of the City of Hendenon, Nevada, will hold a public hearing on November 17, 1994, at 7:00 p.m. in the City Council Chamber, City Hall, 240 Water Street, Henderson, to consider the following application. V.55-94 PUBLIC HEARING • VARUNCE FOR COUNTRY HILLS SIGN APPLICANT: SIGNS WEST, INC. OWNER: RICHARD THURMOND Request to allow an increase in sbe from 64 square feet to 128 square feet and to reduce the required separation from 300 feet to 200 feet for a sign installed without permit on the south side of Lake Mead Drive between Arroyo Graidc Boulevard and Stephanie Street, in an area recently annaed to the City, in the Green Valley Ranch planning SIGNS WEST, MC. V/WMCE V-6S-M ANY AND ALL interested persons may appear before the Plannii^ Commission, either in person or by counsel, and may object to or express approval of the proposed VARIANCE^ or may, prior to the puUic hearing, file with the PlannngDepartmcnt written objection thereto or approval Ihereof/For additional information, caD 565-2088. DATED: November 3,1994 /s/ DAVID A. WOOD, Chaiiman Hendenon Planning Commission H—Nov. 8,1994. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning Commission of the City of Henderson, Nevada, will hold a public hearing on November 17, 1994, at 7:00 pjn. In the City Council Chanber, City Hall, 240 Water Street, Henderson, to coiMidcr the followinf application. V-57-94 PUBLIC HEARING • VARL\NCE FOR BLACK MOUNTAIN RANCH SIGN APPLICANT. SIGNS WEST, INC. OWNER: RICHARD THURMOIW Request to allow an iocrtaw in size from 64 square feet to 128 square feet and to reduce the required separation tnm 300 feet to 230 feet for • sign installed without permit on OK south side of Lake Mead Dtlve between Arroro Graidc Boulevard and siepharie Street, in an area recently annaed to the City, in the Green Valley Ranch planning area. ANY AND ALL interested ptrsons may appear before the Planning Commission, either in penon or by counsel, and ly object to or express approval of the proposed USE PERMIT, or may, prior to the public hearing, file with the Planning Department written objection thereto or approval thereof. For additional information, call 565-2088. DATED: November 3,1994 Id DAVID A. WOOD, Chaiiman Henderson Planning Commission H—Nov. 8,1994. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning Commission of the City of Henderson, Nevada, will hold a public hearing on November 17, 1994, at 7:00 p.m. in the City Council Chamber, City Hall, 240 Water Street, Henderson, to consider the following application. V-56-94 PUBLIC HEARING • VARIANCE FOR CALICO COVE SIGN APPLICANT: SIGNS WEST, INC. OWNER: RICHARD THURMOND Request to allow an increase in size from 64 square feet to 128 square feet and to reduce the required separation from 300 feet lo 215 feet fora sign installed without permit on the south side of Lake Mead Drive between Arroyo Grande Bttulevard and Stephanie Street, in an area recently annexed to the City, in the Green Valley Ranch planning SIGNS WEST, INC VARMNCE v-ga-w ANY AND ALL interested persons may appear before the Planning Commission, either in person or by counsel, and may object to or express approval of the proposed VARIANCE, or may, prior to the public hearing, flie with the Planning Department written objection thereto or approval thereof. For additional information, call 565-2088. DATED: November 3, 1994 Isl DAVID A. WOOD, Chairman Henderson llanning Commission ^ H—Nov. 8, 1994. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning Commission of the City of Henderson, Nevada, will hold a public hearing on November 17, 1994, at 7:00 p.m. in the City Council Chamber, City Hall, 240 Water Street, Hendenon, to coasider the folloHing application. V-53-94 PUBLIC HEARING VARIANCE APPLICANT: WE.STERN LANDSCAPE CONSTRUCTION OWNERS; BRIAN & MYRA GREENSPUN Request to allow Increase in height of wall from 6 feet to 8 feet on comer side yard street and a rear yard and to allow an inerea.se from 32 Imbes lu 8 feet within a front yard setback, in an RS-2 (Single Family Residential) district, at 2 Dovetail Circle, in the Green Valley North planning area. WESTERN LANDSCAPE CONSTRUCTION VARMNCE I / ANT AND ALL interested persons may appear before the llanning Commission, either in person or by counsel, and may object to or express approval of the proposed VARIANCE, or may, prior to the public hearing. Tile with the Planning Department written objection thereto or approval thereof. For additional information, call 565-2088. DATED: November 17, 1994 /s/ DAVID A. WOOD, Chairman Henderson Planning Commission H—Nov. 8, 1994. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning Commission of the City of Hendenon, Nevada, will hold a public hearing on November 17, 1994, at 7:00 p.m. in the City Council Chamber, City Hall, 240 Water Street, Hendenon, to consider the following application. V-S4-94 PUBLIC HEARING VARIANCEFOR CRYSTAL VIEW SIGN APPLICANT: SIGNS WEST, INC. OWNER: RICHARD THURMOND Request to allow an increase in size from n, either in penon or by counsel, and may object to or express approval of the proposed VARIANCE, or may, prior to the public hearing, file with the Planning Department written objection thereto or approval thereof. For additional information, call 565-2088. DATED: November 3, 1994 IsJ DAVID A. W(X)D, Chairman Hendenon Planning Commission H—Nov. 8.1994. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning Commission of the City of Hendenon, Nevada, will hold a public hearing on November 17, 1994, at 7:00 p.m. in the City Council Chamber, City Hall, 240 Water Street, Henderson, to eoasider the fi>llowing application. U-54-94 CONTINUED PUBLIC HEARING-USE PERMIT FOR FATBURGER APPLICANT; FATBURGER NEVADA, INC. OWNER: SUNSET EIGHT INVESTORS PARTNERSHIP Request fur restaurant with drive-thru in a CC (Community Commercial) district, at 4663 E. Sunset Road, In the Green Valley North planning ana. FATBURGER NEVADA. MC. USE PEnMT ANY AND ALL interested penons may appear before the Planning Commbsion, either in penon or by counsel, and may object to or express approval of the proposed USE PERMIT, or may, prior to the public hearing. Hie with the Planning Department written objection thereto or approval thereof. For additional information, call 565-2088. DATED: November 3,1994 Itl DAVID A. WOOD, Chairman Hendenon Planning Commission H—Nov. 8,1994 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning Commis. sion of the City of Hendenon, Nevada, will hold a public hearing on November 17, 1994, at 7:00 p.m. in the City Council Chamber, City HaU, 240 Water Street, Hendenon, to consider the following application. U-55-94 PUBLIC HEARING USER PERMIT APPLICANTS: SPRINT CELLULAR/CELLULAR ONE OWNER: CITY OF HENDERSON Request for 8S-foot high monopole and storage facility in an RR (Rural ResidenUal) district, at 1150 Norellat Road, in the Calico Ridge planning area. I SPRINT CELLULAR/CELLULAR ONE use PBMtr I— iriTiij. ANY AND ALL interested persons may appear before the Planning Commission, either in penon or by counsel, and may object to or express approval of the proposed USE PERMIT, or may, prior to the public hearing, Hie with the Planning Department written objection thereto or approval thereof. For additional information, call 565-2088. DATED: November 3, 1994 Itl DAVID A. WOOD, Chairman Hendenon Planning Commission H—Nov. 8,1994 ^ NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning Commission of the City of Henderson, Nevada, will hold a public hearing on November 17, 1994, at 7:()0 p.m. in the City CouncU Chamber, City Hall, 240 Water Street, Hendenon, to consider the following application. U-77-94 PUBLIC HEARING USE PERMIT FOR CABLE TV TEMPORARY RECEIVER SITE APPLICANT: LAKE AT LAS VEGAS Request for a temporary receiver site, antenna, and satellite dishes in a CC-G (Community Commercial with Gaming Enterprise Overiay) district, at 1600 Lake Las Vegas Parkway, in the Lake Las Vegas planning area. ANY AND ALL interested penons may appear before the Planning Commission, either in penon or by counsel, and may object to or express approval of the proposed USE PERMIT, or may, prior to the public hearing, file with the PlanningDepartment written objection thereto or approval thereof. For additional information, call 565-2088. DATED: November 17,1994 Itl DAVID A. WOOD, Chaiiman Hendenon Planning Commission H—Nov. 8,1994 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning Commission of the City of Hendenon, Nevada, will hold a public hearing on November 17, 1994 at 7:QiO p.m. in the City Council Chamber, City HaU, 240 Water Street, Hendenon, to consider the following applicatian. CPA-37-94CONTINUEDPUBLICHEARING.COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENT FOR GREEN VALLEY RANCH APPLICANT: AMERICAN NEVADA CORPORATION Request to amend the Land Use Policy Plan and Area of Spedal Master Plan from various Residential, Public and Semi-Public and Commercial land use designations to various Residential, Public and Semi-Public and Commercial land use designations on 1,310 acres generally located south of Lake Mead Drive between Pecus Road and Arroyo Grande Boulevard, in the Green Valley Ranch planning area. AMERICAN NEVADA CORPORATION COMfBENSIVE Ft-AN CPA-37-M ANY AND ALL interested persona may appear before the Planning Commission, either in person or by counsel, and may o^ect to or express approval of the proposed COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENT, or may, prior to the public hearing. Die with the Planning Department written abjection thereto or approval thereof. For addition^ infoimation, call 565-2088. DATED: Novesnber 3,1994 Itl DAVID A. WOOD, Chairman Henderson Flanniiic Commisiiaa H—Nov. 8,1994

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Page 10 Henderson Home News Tuesday, Novembers, 1994 Tuesday, Novembers, 1994 Henderson Home News Page 11 Thanksgiving fun flies in HPRD's turitey slioot Salaries for administrative assistants increases Brian Jones/News Staff FAMILY FOLKLORE — Clark County Heritage Museum staff member Jill Halverson and Suzanne Turgeon assist Jan Gates of Boulder City Saturday during the Family Folklore Festival. Storing and caring for family treasures was the subject of this table. More photosfromtheevent will befeatured in Thursday's edition. Win your Thanksgiving turkey in HPRD's annual Turkey Shoot. Sponsored by the Henderson Parks and Recreation Department, Turkey Shoot comes to your neighborhood recreation centerfor two days the week of Nov. 14-19, allowing everyonfe 8 years and older a chanceyto win their own plump, juicy holiday bird. Participants can purchase eight shots from an air rifle for 50 cents, and five age divisions ensure turkeys are fair game even for the httle ones. Turkey Shoot will be held from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. every eveningatthefollowing dates and locations: • Monday and Tuesday, Nov. 14-15: Silver Springs Recreation Center, 1951 Silver Springs Parkway. Call 435-3814. •Wednesday and Thursday, Nov. 16-17: Kesterson Valley View Recreation Center, 500 Harris St. Call 565-2121. • Friday and Saturday, Nov. 18-19: Youth Center, 105 W. Basic Road. Call 565-2124. For more information, call Cindy Herman, 565-2367. Executives expect trend to continue during next five years Executive assistants and secretaries are experiencing a greater overall increase in salary levels than their co-workers, according to a recent survey of the nation's largest companies. In a survey, 81% of executives surveyed said thatrelative toother positions in their companies, salaries for their assistants have increased over the past five years. In addition, 63% expect fiirther increases in the next five years. The survey was developed by OflficeTeam, a staffing service specializing in temporary administrative professionals, which has more than 100 locations worldwide. It was conducted by an independent research firm, which polled 150 human resources and other executives from the nation's 1,000 largest companies. Executives were asked: "Relative to other positions in the company, have salaries for executive assistants (or secretaries! increased or Hecrea swi in the oast Holiday assistance for families ABWA to meet tonight The Salvation Army is taking applications for this year's holiday assistance at its Family Service, 830 E. Lake Mead Drive, from 10 a.m. to noon and from 12:30 to 3 p.m., Monday through Friday. Those applying need to bring a driver's license or other proof of identify, their social security card, and proof of both their address and income. They will also need birth certificates fortheirchildren or other proofs of dependency. The filing deadline this season is Friday, Dec. 9, and families are encouraged to file as soon as possible. CHILI COOKOFF! SAT. NOV. 12 NOON TO FIVE ICS PRIZES! MISS CHILI PEPPER CONTEST 2PM $100 FIRST PRIZE PT'S SLOT CASINO Contest launched for 'kids' calendar Aristar Calendar Co. in cooperation with the Children's Wish Foundation International, has launched a national contest to select youngsters—infants to age 12—to be showcased in a new 1996 "Kids" calendar. Proceeds from a portion of the calendar sales will benefit the Children's Wish Foundation, which fu,lfills the wishes of terminally-ill children. Twelve first-place winners and 50 runners-up will be selected by a panel of judges in New York Ci ty with the winners sharing $25,000 in cash and prizes. The 12 firstplace winners will participatein a professional photoshoot at the sponsor's expense and be featured in the 1996 Aristar "Kids" calendar to be sold nationally. The non-profit, Atlanta-based Children's Wish Foundation International, was founded in 1985 in memory of 14-year-old Susan Dozoretz who died of bone cancer. Since then, the Foundation, whose mission is to bring to life the dreams of terminally-ill children, has granted thousands of wishes to, aiding, youngaters. The wishes granted have ranged from a trip to New York City for three-year-old Brittany and her family to meet and be embraced by Big Bird and Telly Monster, her favorite characters of "Sesame Street," to a visit in Atlanta arranged by the Foundation for six-year-old Jonathan to meet with his favorite actor, Bill Cosby. Aristar Calendar Co., a manufacturer and distributor of specialty calendars, is accepting photographs ofcandidates for the contest. To enter, parents should send a black and white or color photograph (snapshot or professional, in any size) of their child with his or her name imprinted on the back of the photograph. In addition, parents should print on a separate piece of paper their names, address and telephone and the name and age of their child. Entries, which must be postmarked no later than Dec. 31, should be mailed to Aristar Calendar Co., 575 Madison Ave., Suite 1006, Dept. 3A, New York, N.Y. 10022. For return of the photograph, a self-addressed, stamped envelope should be included with the entry. The Aristar "Kids" calendar winners will be announced at a gala ceremony in New York City to be attended by the winners and their families as guests of the sponsor. The News is YOUR community newspaper HENDERSON B.P.O. ELKS LODGE #1956 •Weddings • Recq)tloiis• Catering • Banquets ^Dances OPEN DAIY NOON-10 P.M. NEW REDUCED PRICES CALLUS56S-9959 631 East Lake Mead Drive • Henderson Nevada 89015 The Desert Dawn Chapter of the American Business Women's Association (ABWA) will meet tonight at the Community Church, 360 E. Horizon, Henderson. Social time will be from 6:30 to 7 p.m. with the meeting and meal following. Beth Gaylor of "Christmas in April" will be the speaker. Plans will be finalized for the Twist and Shout" fashion show and luncheon to be held at 11 a.m. Nov. 19, at Nick's Supper Club. Tickets are $20 and can be purchased from any Desert Dawn member. The American Business Women's Association brings together business women of diverse backgrounds and provides opportunities for them to help themselves and others grow personally and professionally through leadership, education, networking support and national recognition. For more information, call Carolyn Pinther, 566-5175. five years.? Eighty-one percent said salaries have increased. The role of the executive assistant is gradually taking on greater importance," said Andrew Denka, executive director of OfficeTeam. "As a result, we've seen and will continue to see a steady climb in salaries and an increase in such perquisites as stock options, continuing education and training." Denka said that while administrative professionals have always been an integral part of the workforce, in today's downsized corporate environment they are indispensable: "It is not unusual for executive assistants to handle everything from setting up new databases to managing entire offices." Because many firms are actively investing in technology, computer skills and knowledge of industry-specific software packages are also affecting compensation, Denka added. "Administrative assistants are often the first people in the office to become proficient with a firm's software. As a result, many of them are being asked to train the rest of the staff." "Hiring managers are looking for candidates not only familiar with their company's most popular programs, but who can also adapt to new technology as system updates and more advanced computer tools emerge," said Lynn Gerard, OfficeTeam's branch manager for Las Vegas. "When they find someone with this aptitude, they're willing to reward them accordingly," she said. OfficeTeam is one of the nation's fastest-growing staffing services placing highly skilled temporary and permanent administrative and office support professionals. Salvation Army seeks helpers The Salvation Army is seeking volunteers to help bring joy and happiness to the many needy families in our community. Vol unteers can help at the Angel Tree locatedatK-Marton Boulder Hwy, starting Nov. 7. Organizations and individuals are needed as volunteer bellringers. The Christmas Distribution Center needs help the week before Christmas. Clubs, schools and other organizations are also needed to collect canned goods for holiday food boxes. If you can help or want more information about volunteer op portunities call 565-9578. The News is YOUR community newspaper WE NEED TO BUY USED PALLETS Bluelight Industries, Inc. 643-0001IsYour Air Conditioner a Cash Guzzler? If it's more than 15 years old it is! Air conditioners are like old cars, they just aren't energy efficient. And if your house has one that's more than 15 years old, you're spending too much money to cool your house. You need to replace that old air conditioner with a new model that has a seasonal Energy Efficiency Rating (SEER) of at least 11.0. New energy efficient air conditioners save you money on your utility bill. And Nevada Power gives you cash back just for making the switch!* Carrier We re The Inside Guys. 7311617 3141 Weslwood Dr. ^ AIR CONDinONING SERVICE. INC. NEVADA POWER COMPANY •Purchasf required prior to 12/31/94. Minimum requirements and some restrictions apply. FOUR PAYS MORE! FOUR OF A KIND PAYS DOUBLE ON 500 & DOLLAR SLOTS! C A S I NO Boulder Hwy,Between Lake Mead & Sunset "Another Fine Boyd Gaming Property" JiMMW^ilMii f j j iiii f ii in i i iii i jii n^ £ i \ ppfti.piiB|| | |j|PPP!]il||p.li,J • rptBn??ii(BWl?irTiw!ffM5?i(if]BW''"^^^ T mmam Ml NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning Commli sion of the City of Hcndcnon, Nevada, will hold a public hearing on November 17, 1994, at 7:00 p.m. in the City Council Chamber, City Hall, 240 Water Street, Hendenon, to consider the fallowing applicatian. U-67-94 PUBLIC HEARING USE PERMIT FOR WARM SPRINGS DAYCARE APPLICANT; DOUGLAS E. BARNHART, INC. Request lor a daycare facility in a CN (Neighborhood Commercial) district, at 1551W. Warm Springs Rpad,in the Gibson Springs planning area. ,., DOUGLAS E BARNHART, INC. USEPBMT ANY AND ALL interested persons may appear before the Planning Commission, either in person or by counsel, and may object to or express approval of the proposed USE PERMIT, or may, prior to the public hearing, file with the PlanningDepartment written objection thereto or approval thereof/For additional information, call 565-2088. DATED: November 3,1994 /s/ DAVID A. WOOD, Chaiiman Henderson Planning Commission H—Nov. 8,1994. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning Commisr sion of the City of Henderson, Nevada, will hold a public hearing on November 17, 1994, at 7:00 p.m. in the City Council Chamber, City Hall, 240 WaUr Street, Henderson, to consider th* foUowiM amilicatiflB. Z-67-94 CONTINUED PUBLIC HEARING ZONE CHANGE FOR GREEN VALLEY RANCH APPLICANT: AlVfERICAN NEVADA CORPORATION Request to amaid the Master DcvclopraenI Plan Overlay district from various Resldentid, Public and Semi-Public, and Commercial zoning districts to various Residential, Public and Semi-PuUic, tuA Conmerdal xoning districts on 1,310 acres located south of Lake Mead Drive between Pecos Road and Arroyo Grande Boulevard, in the Green Valley Ranch planning area. AMERICAN NEVADA CORPORATION ZOrC CHANGE Z-e7-4 SIGNS WEST, INC. VAFIANCE V-57-M wmm Pwwv. ANY AND ALL interested persons may appear before the Planning Commission, either in person or by counsel, and may object to or express appn>val of the proptised VARIANCE, or may, prior lo the public hearing, Tile with the Planning Department written objection thereto or appn)val thereof. For additional information, call 565-2088. DATED: November 3,1994 Itl DAVID A. WOOD, Chairman Henderson Planning Commission H—Nov. g, 1994. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning Commission of the City of Henderson, Nevada, will hold a public hearing on November 17, 1994, at 7:00 p.m. in the City Council Chamber, City Hall, 240 Water Street, Henderson, to consider the following application. U-76-MPUBL1C HEARING USE PERMIT FOR P-21 PUMP STATION APPLICANT: CITY OF HENDERSON Request for P-21 pump station and radio communications antenna in a PS (Public and Semi-Public) district, at 1611 W. Sunset Road, in the Whitney Ranch planning area. ANY AND ALL interested persons may appear before the Planning Commission, either in person or by counsel, and may object to or express approval of the proposed ZONE CriANGE or may, prior to the public hearing, file with the FlanningDepartmcnt written objection thereto or approve thereof. For additional infomatfon, call 565-2088. DATED: November 3,1994 Itl DAVm A. WOOD, Chdnnan Henderson Planning Conunissioo H —Nov. 8,1994. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning Commission of the City of Hendenon, Nevada, will hold a public hearing on November 17, 1994, at 7:00 p.m. in the City Council Chamber, City Hall, 240 Water Street, Henderson, to consider the following application. V.55-94 PUBLIC HEARING • VARUNCE FOR COUNTRY HILLS SIGN APPLICANT: SIGNS WEST, INC. OWNER: RICHARD THURMOND Request to allow an increase in sbe from 64 square feet to 128 square feet and to reduce the required separation from 300 feet to 200 feet for a sign installed without permit on the south side of Lake Mead Drive between Arroyo Graidc Boulevard and Stephanie Street, in an area recently annaed to the City, in the Green Valley Ranch planning SIGNS WEST, MC. V/WMCE V-6S-M ANY AND ALL interested persons may appear before the Plannii^ Commission, either in person or by counsel, and may object to or express approval of the proposed VARIANCE^ or may, prior to the puUic hearing, file with the PlannngDepartmcnt written objection thereto or approval Ihereof/For additional information, caD 565-2088. DATED: November 3,1994 /s/ DAVID A. WOOD, Chaiiman Hendenon Planning Commission H—Nov. 8,1994. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning Commission of the City of Henderson, Nevada, will hold a public hearing on November 17, 1994, at 7:00 pjn. In the City Council Chanber, City Hall, 240 Water Street, Henderson, to coiMidcr the followinf application. V-57-94 PUBLIC HEARING • VARL\NCE FOR BLACK MOUNTAIN RANCH SIGN APPLICANT. SIGNS WEST, INC. OWNER: RICHARD THURMOIW Request to allow an iocrtaw in size from 64 square feet to 128 square feet and to reduce the required separation tnm 300 feet to 230 feet for • sign installed without permit on OK south side of Lake Mead Dtlve between Arroro Graidc Boulevard and siepharie Street, in an area recently annaed to the City, in the Green Valley Ranch planning area. ANY AND ALL interested ptrsons may appear before the Planning Commission, either in penon or by counsel, and ly object to or express approval of the proposed USE PERMIT, or may, prior to the public hearing, file with the Planning Department written objection thereto or approval thereof. For additional information, call 565-2088. DATED: November 3,1994 Id DAVID A. WOOD, Chaiiman Henderson Planning Commission H—Nov. 8,1994. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning Commission of the City of Henderson, Nevada, will hold a public hearing on November 17, 1994, at 7:00 p.m. in the City Council Chamber, City Hall, 240 Water Street, Henderson, to consider the following application. V-56-94 PUBLIC HEARING • VARIANCE FOR CALICO COVE SIGN APPLICANT: SIGNS WEST, INC. OWNER: RICHARD THURMOND Request to allow an increase in size from 64 square feet to 128 square feet and to reduce the required separation from 300 feet lo 215 feet fora sign installed without permit on the south side of Lake Mead Drive between Arroyo Grande Bttulevard and Stephanie Street, in an area recently annexed to the City, in the Green Valley Ranch planning SIGNS WEST, INC VARMNCE v-ga-w ANY AND ALL interested persons may appear before the Planning Commission, either in person or by counsel, and may object to or express approval of the proposed VARIANCE, or may, prior to the public hearing, flie with the Planning Department written objection thereto or approval thereof. For additional information, call 565-2088. DATED: November 3, 1994 Isl DAVID A. WOOD, Chairman Henderson llanning Commission ^ H—Nov. 8, 1994. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning Commission of the City of Henderson, Nevada, will hold a public hearing on November 17, 1994, at 7:00 p.m. in the City Council Chamber, City Hall, 240 Water Street, Hendenon, to coasider the folloHing application. V-53-94 PUBLIC HEARING VARIANCE APPLICANT: WE.STERN LANDSCAPE CONSTRUCTION OWNERS; BRIAN & MYRA GREENSPUN Request to allow Increase in height of wall from 6 feet to 8 feet on comer side yard street and a rear yard and to allow an inerea.se from 32 Imbes lu 8 feet within a front yard setback, in an RS-2 (Single Family Residential) district, at 2 Dovetail Circle, in the Green Valley North planning area. WESTERN LANDSCAPE CONSTRUCTION VARMNCE I / ANT AND ALL interested persons may appear before the llanning Commission, either in person or by counsel, and may object to or express approval of the proposed VARIANCE, or may, prior to the public hearing. Tile with the Planning Department written objection thereto or approval thereof. For additional information, call 565-2088. DATED: November 17, 1994 /s/ DAVID A. WOOD, Chairman Henderson Planning Commission H—Nov. 8, 1994. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning Commission of the City of Hendenon, Nevada, will hold a public hearing on November 17, 1994, at 7:00 p.m. in the City Council Chamber, City Hall, 240 Water Street, Hendenon, to consider the following application. V-S4-94 PUBLIC HEARING VARIANCEFOR CRYSTAL VIEW SIGN APPLICANT: SIGNS WEST, INC. OWNER: RICHARD THURMOND Request to allow an increase in size from n, either in penon or by counsel, and may object to or express approval of the proposed VARIANCE, or may, prior to the public hearing, file with the Planning Department written objection thereto or approval thereof. For additional information, call 565-2088. DATED: November 3, 1994 IsJ DAVID A. W(X)D, Chairman Hendenon Planning Commission H—Nov. 8.1994. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning Commission of the City of Hendenon, Nevada, will hold a public hearing on November 17, 1994, at 7:00 p.m. in the City Council Chamber, City Hall, 240 Water Street, Henderson, to eoasider the fi>llowing application. U-54-94 CONTINUED PUBLIC HEARING-USE PERMIT FOR FATBURGER APPLICANT; FATBURGER NEVADA, INC. OWNER: SUNSET EIGHT INVESTORS PARTNERSHIP Request fur restaurant with drive-thru in a CC (Community Commercial) district, at 4663 E. Sunset Road, In the Green Valley North planning ana. FATBURGER NEVADA. MC. USE PEnMT ANY AND ALL interested penons may appear before the Planning Commbsion, either in penon or by counsel, and may object to or express approval of the proposed USE PERMIT, or may, prior to the public hearing. Hie with the Planning Department written objection thereto or approval thereof. For additional information, call 565-2088. DATED: November 3,1994 Itl DAVID A. WOOD, Chairman Hendenon Planning Commission H—Nov. 8,1994 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning Commis. sion of the City of Hendenon, Nevada, will hold a public hearing on November 17, 1994, at 7:00 p.m. in the City Council Chamber, City HaU, 240 Water Street, Hendenon, to consider the following application. U-55-94 PUBLIC HEARING USER PERMIT APPLICANTS: SPRINT CELLULAR/CELLULAR ONE OWNER: CITY OF HENDERSON Request for 8S-foot high monopole and storage facility in an RR (Rural ResidenUal) district, at 1150 Norellat Road, in the Calico Ridge planning area. I SPRINT CELLULAR/CELLULAR ONE use PBMtr I— iriTiij. ANY AND ALL interested persons may appear before the Planning Commission, either in penon or by counsel, and may object to or express approval of the proposed USE PERMIT, or may, prior to the public hearing, Hie with the Planning Department written objection thereto or approval thereof. For additional information, call 565-2088. DATED: November 3, 1994 Itl DAVID A. WOOD, Chairman Hendenon Planning Commission H—Nov. 8,1994 ^ NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning Commission of the City of Henderson, Nevada, will hold a public hearing on November 17, 1994, at 7:()0 p.m. in the City CouncU Chamber, City Hall, 240 Water Street, Hendenon, to consider the following application. U-77-94 PUBLIC HEARING USE PERMIT FOR CABLE TV TEMPORARY RECEIVER SITE APPLICANT: LAKE AT LAS VEGAS Request for a temporary receiver site, antenna, and satellite dishes in a CC-G (Community Commercial with Gaming Enterprise Overiay) district, at 1600 Lake Las Vegas Parkway, in the Lake Las Vegas planning area. ANY AND ALL interested penons may appear before the Planning Commission, either in penon or by counsel, and may object to or express approval of the proposed USE PERMIT, or may, prior to the public hearing, file with the PlanningDepartment written objection thereto or approval thereof. For additional information, call 565-2088. DATED: November 17,1994 Itl DAVID A. WOOD, Chaiiman Hendenon Planning Commission H—Nov. 8,1994 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning Commission of the City of Hendenon, Nevada, will hold a public hearing on November 17, 1994 at 7:QiO p.m. in the City Council Chamber, City HaU, 240 Water Street, Hendenon, to consider the following applicatian. CPA-37-94CONTINUEDPUBLICHEARING.COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENT FOR GREEN VALLEY RANCH APPLICANT: AMERICAN NEVADA CORPORATION Request to amend the Land Use Policy Plan and Area of Spedal Master Plan from various Residential, Public and Semi-Public and Commercial land use designations to various Residential, Public and Semi-Public and Commercial land use designations on 1,310 acres generally located south of Lake Mead Drive between Pecus Road and Arroyo Grande Boulevard, in the Green Valley Ranch planning area. AMERICAN NEVADA CORPORATION COMfBENSIVE Ft-AN CPA-37-M ANY AND ALL interested persona may appear before the Planning Commission, either in person or by counsel, and may o^ect to or express approval of the proposed COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENT, or may, prior to the public hearing. Die with the Planning Department written abjection thereto or approval thereof. For addition^ infoimation, call 565-2088. DATED: Novesnber 3,1994 Itl DAVID A. WOOD, Chairman Henderson Flanniiic Commisiiaa H—Nov. 8,1994

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Page 12 Hsnderson Home News Tuesday, November 8, 1994 SPORTS TUESDAY Tuesday, Novembers, 1994 Henderson Home New* Peg* 13 Henderson Home News GV advances by scalping Warriors D.J. Allan News Staff Writer The third time proved to be the charm for the Green Valley Gators varsity football squad as their offense exploded in a 44-6 downing of the Western Warriors at Green Valley on Friday night. After reaching the first round of the Conference playoffs the past two years, Green Valley (10-OJ advanced to the Southern Conference title game for the first time with the victory over Westem (8-2). "We're executing real well right now," said Gators head coach Larry "niomas following the game. "Anytime that we're moving the ball like that we're capable of scoring a lot of points." Green Valley opened the game with a six-play, 72-yard drive that was capped by a Wade Perkins 32-yard touchdown run on a fourth-and-one play to put the Gators on top, 7-0. The Gators' second drive ended after GV quarterback Jon Den ton was intercepted, but the defense came through for the Sunrise Division champions as they forced Western to punt without picking up a first down. Starting on their own seven, the Gators marched the length of the field in 15 plays to take a 140 lead on a Chad Cione one-yard touchdown run. Seven minutes later, Denton found Perkins from seven yards out to give the Gators a commanding 21-0 lead over Western. With less than a minute remaining in the half, GV got the ball Ba^ at midfierd and^eTup a 36-yard field goal by kicker Craig IWilkenson to give the Gators a 240 advantage going into the second half Top runners finish as All-Staters DJ.AIlMi News Staff Writer At Moapa Valley on Saturday, Basic boys' and girls' and Green f Valley girls' cross country teams 'challenged the top teams in the state at the NIAA/U.S. Bank AAA '/Cross Country Championships. ^ Basicboys'.whofinishedfourth at the event vtdth 113 points, had five of their seven runners improve their time fi*om a week ago in the ''conference championships on the • % • same course, according to Basic if head coach Larry Burgess. Senior Greg Johnson (17:28) improved his time by :57 as he ',i finished fifth — up four from a ninth place finish from the previous Saturday. "I thought Greg [Johnson] ran ^ a much smarter race," said Bur' gesB on Sunday night. "He didn't *pu8h on the first mile like he did before." • T Johnson's teammate, Yancy { Kramer (18:06), who finished • fourth at conference, came across in the 18th position. Roy Bean (18:39), Billy Layton • (19:11) and Todd Gottschall (19:27) also impressed their coach ,,with their performance at the i meet. Y "I told the kids before, 'If we run 10-15 seconds faster than the week before than we would definitely be a factor,'" said Burgess, who added that Carson City, who took second at the meet, was the /only Northern team to finish V ahead of the Wolves. li For Green Valley in the boys' 'race, Mike Hyte (17:42) finished 10th. According to GV head coach Becky Benjamin, both Hyte and herself were pleased with his '-performance. Benjamin also ^added that Hyte, although a senior, is only a first-year runner. The Lady Gators proved to be a Western, a poor passing team, had to leave their game plan and go to the air in an effort to try and make a comeback. Green Valley's defense, which had held the Warriors to only 28 first half yards, took full advantage of the Western attempt to pass. To start the secondhalf of play, GV defensive back Darrick Boyd returned an interception 52 yards to put the game away early for the zonechampionshipbound Gators. The Gators later added a touchdown pass from Denton to tight end Trevor Jensen and a two-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter as they breezed to the easy win. After the game, Thomas said he was surprised about the large margin of victory. "If you had said 44-6,1 would have laughed," said the coach. "I thought it would be a scoring duel. Maybe some of the people we beat bad are not as bad as people thought." The GV defense did not allow Western to even threaten a score — Western's only TD came on a fumble recovery — and held the premier rushing attack of the Warriors in check all night. Warriors' halfback Derrick Poole, who led the conference in rushing with 1269yardsduring the regular season, was held to just 72 yards on 15 carries. "It's all about team imity," said Boyd, whose touchdown was his third interception return for a touchdown this season. "Defensive coaches stress that every practice." —DentOHj^vho fini s h e d wi th 204 yards passing and was selected PrimeCable's Player of the Game, continued to give credit for his success to his line as he has all John Judge/News Staff FINALLY THERE — Behind two touchdowns from Wade Perkins (22), Green Valley defeated Western at home Friday night 44-6, to advance past the first-round of the playoffs for the first time in three years. season. They're my boys," said Denton about his front five. "I love them like brothers. They just protected real well tonight and controlled the game up front." The Gators will now wait for the arrival of fullback Corey Grant and the rest of the Sunset Division champion Cheyenne Desert Shield on Friday night. Cheyenne blasted Eldorado 46-15 at home on Saturday to advance to the Conference title game at Green Valley. 3 Two and out for Basic D.J. Allan News Staff Writer John Judge/News Staff GET OFF MY BACK — Green Valley freshman Erika Hanson is followed closely by Basic freshman Julie Whitehead at Saturday's AAA Cross Country State Championship. Whitehead finished in ninth place just one second behind Hanson. f|actor in the girls' race at Moapa. (JV finished with 101 points, just six points behind third place Douglas, 95. "It looks bad on paper when you say fifth place, but there was only six points between fifth and third," said Beixjamin, who led her Lady Gators to a second place finish at conference. Freshman Erika Hanson (21:56) finished eighth and was followed sophomore Katie Barto (22:46) in 14th. Rounding out the Lady Gators' top five finishers was Mindi Nielsen (22:58), Amber Haddock (24:09) and Lindsey Nielsen (24:25). According to race officials, Basic finished eighth with 159 points, while Burgess believes they finished with 149 points, which would put the Lady Wolves behind Green Valley in si xth place. See Country Page 13 Basic girls' volleyball squad pushed both of their losses at the Southern Conference tournament at Ch aparral on Thursday to three games before falling to Gorman and Clark to be eliminated. Gorman, who handled Basic easily in two games earlier in the year, came out strong against the Lady Wolves by posting a 3-15 victory in game one. The Lady Wolves rebounded well from the loss as they used five service points from senior Kay Sweeney and aggressive net play from junior Christel Eves to take the second game from the Lady Gaels, 15-5. In the third game of the match, however, the inexperience of the young squad showed as they dropped the game and the match, 7-15. "It seemed likeboth teams lived and died by the serve," said Basic head coach Barbara Gillaspy about the match versus Gorman. Basic had to face Clark later on ThursdaynightatChaparral. The Lady Wolves fell to the Lady Chargers in a tight first game, ISIS, before bouncing back for a 15-9 win in the second game. Once again though Basic could not carry their play from the second game over as they fell from the tournament as they lost to Clark, 8-15. Eves registered nine kills against the Lady Chargers and Sweeney, Andrea Wise and Jenn Ullrich each had three. Senior Darde Crine led Basic with 10 service points. Gillaspy, who was in her first year at the helm of the Wolves, was pleased with the play of her squad that finished third in the Sunrise this season. "After working vnth the kids in the summer and seeing them put in time, I think it was better than I antidpated," said Gillaspy about the season. Eves was named to the AllConference and All-Sunrise teams, according to Gillaspy. John Judge/News Staff NOT AGAIN — Leo Cruz (10) and the rest of the Green Valley soccer team lost to Eldorado, 3-2, in a shoot-out at UNLV Peter Johann Memorial Field Wednesday night to end the Gators' Conferencetitle hopes. The Gators held a 2-0 lead before losing to Sundevils for the third time this season. COUNTRY From Page 12 '^e didn't file a formal protest with the meet director... but they were supposed to check it," Burgess said. Leading the Lady Wolves, freshman Julie Whitehead (21:57), possibly the most improved runner in the conference throughout the year, finished a second behind Hanson in ninth place. Junior Heather Malone (24:11) and senior Kori Downer (24:12) each improved their times over last week, as did sophomore Christy Randall (24:31). "They ran considerably faster than last week too," said Burgess about the Lady Wolves, who averaged a decrease of :3'7 in their times of their one through five runners. "We have to be very, very pleased with those times." Johnson, Hyte, Hanson, Whitehead and Barto, who all finished in the top 15, were named A115tate with their finishes. Accordingto Burgess, Basichas had at least one all-state runner for the past 12 years. Also after the race, Benjaiiun was named Girls' Coach of the Year. "It's always nice to be recognized by your peers," said Bei^jamin about the award. Lady Gators State bound DJ.AIlm News Staff Writer Benefit breakfast aids fund raising for Williams Althou^ coming up short in their quest for a conference title, the Lady Gators volleyball preserved the right to defend their AAA State title at Galena High School in Reno this weekend. The Lady Gators finished third in the conference tournament at Chaparral last weekend, losing only to divisional champions Cimarron of the Sunset and Chaparral of the Sunrise. Tliursda)^: Match one Green Valley opened up the conference tournament against defending champion Cheyenne on Thursday ailemoon. Behind senior Kelly Wood, Cheyenne took the first game firom the Lady Gators, 9-15, before Green Valley awoke. Katie Harris (17 kills) led the Gator attack with both powerful and off-speed kills as the Lady Gators made Cheyenne look bad. GV took the final two games easily from the Desert Shield, 155,15-8, to pick up the victory. Friday: Match two The Lady (jrators met Sunset champion Cimarron in the second round of the winner's bracket Friday night. Behind six-foot-one Angie Sylvas, the Lady Spartans took the match, 11-16,12-15, from GV with wins in two games that were each tied at 11-11. After the match,GVhead coach Erin Hill gave the strong Cimarron squad creditfor playing a solid game and said that the Lady Gators have to use the setham both Harris and Smith, the Lady Gators could not hold off Chaparral and fell, 13-15,8-15, in thefinaltwogames. '^e really put it together and played great defense," said Harris, who along with Smith, was named to the All-Conference team. There wasn't any individuals out their. I think well carry it over into state and beat them when it counts." D.J. Alkn News Staff Writer Silverado's football boosters and program held a benefit breakfast for iiyured player Ben Williams on Saturday morning at the Vons on Pecos and Windmill. As of Monday, Williams was listed in critical but stable condition, according to an University Medical Center official. Skyhawk booster Nick Amone estimated that the breakfast, including pre-sold tickets, generated nearly $2500 for the Williams family. Arnone commented on the support that the school has seen from the community. "Tjlie pei^hborhood ha?. ]:)een, great and the different schools' have been helpful," Amone said. "We appreciate what Green Valley has been doing." At Friday night's Green Valley game versus Western, Gator boosters collected nearly $300 for the Williams fund. Art Williams, Ben's father, was at the pancake breakfast and is pleased with the response he has seen from people. "Support has just been overwhelming — prayers, thoughts, concerns and all tlie fimd raisers everyoneishaving," Williams said. "As I told my wife [Christine], it's easier with other people carrying the burden and not just us." The Williams family, who moved to the area from Santa Barbara, Cahf, two years ago, has' been' Siitptised with the community support even though they are not long-time residents. "It's been like this from the day one," Williams said. "It'suphfting for us. It's carried us through this." Junior defensive Uneman Phil Alcala remarked about the way his team has imited. "We're all like family on the team," said Alcala, who said he felt that the Hawks were more competitive in their final two games because of their togetherness. "We just all pulled it together. I also see the community coming together." The feelings of everyone that attended the benefit breakfast were expressed in a sign at the event that read, *Gef well' sbdh, Ben. We love you.' Si Rose Dominican Hospital wishes to announce the relocation of David L. Navratil, M.D. specializing in Cardiology and Electrophysiology to his new office 110 E, Lake Mead Drive, Suited Henderson/Nevada 89015" 558-0303 Brian Jonea/News Staff GET UP—Even powerful kills from exptosive senk>r Kay Sweeney could not help Basic pick up a win Thursday in the Southern Conference Championships at Chaparral. Tha Lady Wolves were eliminated from the tournament after two matches. 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Page 12 Hsnderson Home News Tuesday, November 8, 1994 SPORTS TUESDAY Tuesday, Novembers, 1994 Henderson Home New* Peg* 13 Henderson Home News GV advances by scalping Warriors D.J. Allan News Staff Writer The third time proved to be the charm for the Green Valley Gators varsity football squad as their offense exploded in a 44-6 downing of the Western Warriors at Green Valley on Friday night. After reaching the first round of the Conference playoffs the past two years, Green Valley (10-OJ advanced to the Southern Conference title game for the first time with the victory over Westem (8-2). "We're executing real well right now," said Gators head coach Larry "niomas following the game. "Anytime that we're moving the ball like that we're capable of scoring a lot of points." Green Valley opened the game with a six-play, 72-yard drive that was capped by a Wade Perkins 32-yard touchdown run on a fourth-and-one play to put the Gators on top, 7-0. The Gators' second drive ended after GV quarterback Jon Den ton was intercepted, but the defense came through for the Sunrise Division champions as they forced Western to punt without picking up a first down. Starting on their own seven, the Gators marched the length of the field in 15 plays to take a 140 lead on a Chad Cione one-yard touchdown run. Seven minutes later, Denton found Perkins from seven yards out to give the Gators a commanding 21-0 lead over Western. With less than a minute remaining in the half, GV got the ball Ba^ at midfierd and^eTup a 36-yard field goal by kicker Craig IWilkenson to give the Gators a 240 advantage going into the second half Top runners finish as All-Staters DJ.AIlMi News Staff Writer At Moapa Valley on Saturday, Basic boys' and girls' and Green f Valley girls' cross country teams 'challenged the top teams in the state at the NIAA/U.S. Bank AAA '/Cross Country Championships. ^ Basicboys'.whofinishedfourth at the event vtdth 113 points, had five of their seven runners improve their time fi*om a week ago in the ''conference championships on the • % • same course, according to Basic if head coach Larry Burgess. Senior Greg Johnson (17:28) improved his time by :57 as he ',i finished fifth — up four from a ninth place finish from the previous Saturday. "I thought Greg [Johnson] ran ^ a much smarter race," said Bur' gesB on Sunday night. "He didn't *pu8h on the first mile like he did before." • T Johnson's teammate, Yancy { Kramer (18:06), who finished • fourth at conference, came across in the 18th position. Roy Bean (18:39), Billy Layton • (19:11) and Todd Gottschall (19:27) also impressed their coach ,,with their performance at the i meet. Y "I told the kids before, 'If we run 10-15 seconds faster than the week before than we would definitely be a factor,'" said Burgess, who added that Carson City, who took second at the meet, was the /only Northern team to finish V ahead of the Wolves. li For Green Valley in the boys' 'race, Mike Hyte (17:42) finished 10th. According to GV head coach Becky Benjamin, both Hyte and herself were pleased with his '-performance. Benjamin also ^added that Hyte, although a senior, is only a first-year runner. The Lady Gators proved to be a Western, a poor passing team, had to leave their game plan and go to the air in an effort to try and make a comeback. Green Valley's defense, which had held the Warriors to only 28 first half yards, took full advantage of the Western attempt to pass. To start the secondhalf of play, GV defensive back Darrick Boyd returned an interception 52 yards to put the game away early for the zonechampionshipbound Gators. The Gators later added a touchdown pass from Denton to tight end Trevor Jensen and a two-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter as they breezed to the easy win. After the game, Thomas said he was surprised about the large margin of victory. "If you had said 44-6,1 would have laughed," said the coach. "I thought it would be a scoring duel. Maybe some of the people we beat bad are not as bad as people thought." The GV defense did not allow Western to even threaten a score — Western's only TD came on a fumble recovery — and held the premier rushing attack of the Warriors in check all night. Warriors' halfback Derrick Poole, who led the conference in rushing with 1269yardsduring the regular season, was held to just 72 yards on 15 carries. "It's all about team imity," said Boyd, whose touchdown was his third interception return for a touchdown this season. "Defensive coaches stress that every practice." —DentOHj^vho fini s h e d wi th 204 yards passing and was selected PrimeCable's Player of the Game, continued to give credit for his success to his line as he has all John Judge/News Staff FINALLY THERE — Behind two touchdowns from Wade Perkins (22), Green Valley defeated Western at home Friday night 44-6, to advance past the first-round of the playoffs for the first time in three years. season. They're my boys," said Denton about his front five. "I love them like brothers. They just protected real well tonight and controlled the game up front." The Gators will now wait for the arrival of fullback Corey Grant and the rest of the Sunset Division champion Cheyenne Desert Shield on Friday night. Cheyenne blasted Eldorado 46-15 at home on Saturday to advance to the Conference title game at Green Valley. 3 Two and out for Basic D.J. Allan News Staff Writer John Judge/News Staff GET OFF MY BACK — Green Valley freshman Erika Hanson is followed closely by Basic freshman Julie Whitehead at Saturday's AAA Cross Country State Championship. Whitehead finished in ninth place just one second behind Hanson. f|actor in the girls' race at Moapa. (JV finished with 101 points, just six points behind third place Douglas, 95. "It looks bad on paper when you say fifth place, but there was only six points between fifth and third," said Beixjamin, who led her Lady Gators to a second place finish at conference. Freshman Erika Hanson (21:56) finished eighth and was followed sophomore Katie Barto (22:46) in 14th. Rounding out the Lady Gators' top five finishers was Mindi Nielsen (22:58), Amber Haddock (24:09) and Lindsey Nielsen (24:25). According to race officials, Basic finished eighth with 159 points, while Burgess believes they finished with 149 points, which would put the Lady Wolves behind Green Valley in si xth place. See Country Page 13 Basic girls' volleyball squad pushed both of their losses at the Southern Conference tournament at Ch aparral on Thursday to three games before falling to Gorman and Clark to be eliminated. Gorman, who handled Basic easily in two games earlier in the year, came out strong against the Lady Wolves by posting a 3-15 victory in game one. The Lady Wolves rebounded well from the loss as they used five service points from senior Kay Sweeney and aggressive net play from junior Christel Eves to take the second game from the Lady Gaels, 15-5. In the third game of the match, however, the inexperience of the young squad showed as they dropped the game and the match, 7-15. "It seemed likeboth teams lived and died by the serve," said Basic head coach Barbara Gillaspy about the match versus Gorman. Basic had to face Clark later on ThursdaynightatChaparral. The Lady Wolves fell to the Lady Chargers in a tight first game, ISIS, before bouncing back for a 15-9 win in the second game. Once again though Basic could not carry their play from the second game over as they fell from the tournament as they lost to Clark, 8-15. Eves registered nine kills against the Lady Chargers and Sweeney, Andrea Wise and Jenn Ullrich each had three. Senior Darde Crine led Basic with 10 service points. Gillaspy, who was in her first year at the helm of the Wolves, was pleased with the play of her squad that finished third in the Sunrise this season. "After working vnth the kids in the summer and seeing them put in time, I think it was better than I antidpated," said Gillaspy about the season. Eves was named to the AllConference and All-Sunrise teams, according to Gillaspy. John Judge/News Staff NOT AGAIN — Leo Cruz (10) and the rest of the Green Valley soccer team lost to Eldorado, 3-2, in a shoot-out at UNLV Peter Johann Memorial Field Wednesday night to end the Gators' Conferencetitle hopes. The Gators held a 2-0 lead before losing to Sundevils for the third time this season. COUNTRY From Page 12 '^e didn't file a formal protest with the meet director... but they were supposed to check it," Burgess said. Leading the Lady Wolves, freshman Julie Whitehead (21:57), possibly the most improved runner in the conference throughout the year, finished a second behind Hanson in ninth place. Junior Heather Malone (24:11) and senior Kori Downer (24:12) each improved their times over last week, as did sophomore Christy Randall (24:31). "They ran considerably faster than last week too," said Burgess about the Lady Wolves, who averaged a decrease of :3'7 in their times of their one through five runners. "We have to be very, very pleased with those times." Johnson, Hyte, Hanson, Whitehead and Barto, who all finished in the top 15, were named A115tate with their finishes. Accordingto Burgess, Basichas had at least one all-state runner for the past 12 years. Also after the race, Benjaiiun was named Girls' Coach of the Year. "It's always nice to be recognized by your peers," said Bei^jamin about the award. Lady Gators State bound DJ.AIlm News Staff Writer Benefit breakfast aids fund raising for Williams Althou^ coming up short in their quest for a conference title, the Lady Gators volleyball preserved the right to defend their AAA State title at Galena High School in Reno this weekend. The Lady Gators finished third in the conference tournament at Chaparral last weekend, losing only to divisional champions Cimarron of the Sunset and Chaparral of the Sunrise. Tliursda)^: Match one Green Valley opened up the conference tournament against defending champion Cheyenne on Thursday ailemoon. Behind senior Kelly Wood, Cheyenne took the first game firom the Lady Gators, 9-15, before Green Valley awoke. Katie Harris (17 kills) led the Gator attack with both powerful and off-speed kills as the Lady Gators made Cheyenne look bad. GV took the final two games easily from the Desert Shield, 155,15-8, to pick up the victory. Friday: Match two The Lady (jrators met Sunset champion Cimarron in the second round of the winner's bracket Friday night. Behind six-foot-one Angie Sylvas, the Lady Spartans took the match, 11-16,12-15, from GV with wins in two games that were each tied at 11-11. After the match,GVhead coach Erin Hill gave the strong Cimarron squad creditfor playing a solid game and said that the Lady Gators have to use the setham both Harris and Smith, the Lady Gators could not hold off Chaparral and fell, 13-15,8-15, in thefinaltwogames. '^e really put it together and played great defense," said Harris, who along with Smith, was named to the All-Conference team. There wasn't any individuals out their. I think well carry it over into state and beat them when it counts." D.J. Alkn News Staff Writer Silverado's football boosters and program held a benefit breakfast for iiyured player Ben Williams on Saturday morning at the Vons on Pecos and Windmill. As of Monday, Williams was listed in critical but stable condition, according to an University Medical Center official. Skyhawk booster Nick Amone estimated that the breakfast, including pre-sold tickets, generated nearly $2500 for the Williams family. Arnone commented on the support that the school has seen from the community. "Tjlie pei^hborhood ha?. ]:)een, great and the different schools' have been helpful," Amone said. "We appreciate what Green Valley has been doing." At Friday night's Green Valley game versus Western, Gator boosters collected nearly $300 for the Williams fund. Art Williams, Ben's father, was at the pancake breakfast and is pleased with the response he has seen from people. "Support has just been overwhelming — prayers, thoughts, concerns and all tlie fimd raisers everyoneishaving," Williams said. "As I told my wife [Christine], it's easier with other people carrying the burden and not just us." The Williams family, who moved to the area from Santa Barbara, Cahf, two years ago, has' been' Siitptised with the community support even though they are not long-time residents. "It's been like this from the day one," Williams said. "It'suphfting for us. It's carried us through this." Junior defensive Uneman Phil Alcala remarked about the way his team has imited. "We're all like family on the team," said Alcala, who said he felt that the Hawks were more competitive in their final two games because of their togetherness. "We just all pulled it together. I also see the community coming together." The feelings of everyone that attended the benefit breakfast were expressed in a sign at the event that read, *Gef well' sbdh, Ben. We love you.' Si Rose Dominican Hospital wishes to announce the relocation of David L. Navratil, M.D. specializing in Cardiology and Electrophysiology to his new office 110 E, Lake Mead Drive, Suited Henderson/Nevada 89015" 558-0303 Brian Jonea/News Staff GET UP—Even powerful kills from exptosive senk>r Kay Sweeney could not help Basic pick up a win Thursday in the Southern Conference Championships at Chaparral. Tha Lady Wolves were eliminated from the tournament after two matches. 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Pag* 14 Henderson Home Nw Tuesday, November 8, 1994 LEGAL NOTICES WALKER TOWING S3W. Sunset Henderson, Nevada 89015 (702) 565-8220 Uc. #PSC 7023 Notice Is hereby given that I, Walker Towing Inc., 653 W. Sunset Road, Henderson N V will sell below mentioned vehicles to uMj mechanic and llcna: REGISTERED I9S6FX)RD 1FABP29U4GA161631 NONE ROMERO GILBERT A/CELIA G 1840 NELSON ST 43 W COVINA LA PUENTE, CA 91746 LEGAL AVCO FIN SERV PO BOX 366 LA PUENTE, CA 91764 1994 HOMEMADE CMC2699 1960ORLAND FL2E2946J460 1970 FORD F10GLK49648 NONE NONE NONE 198 MERCURY 1MEBM6042JH635418 NONE 1955 CHEV 1977 PON 19M DODGE YAMAHA 1979 CHEV A55L029363 2U87R7N104843 386FEDNV 522GZX UT UNK ROBERT TIEMKO 6212 ALTA US VEGAS, NV 89107 THOMAS HENDERSON 700 E FLAMINGO B-106 LAS VEGAS, NV 89119 JOHNSON, LUCINDA ANNE 933 CARNIVAL LAS VEGAS, NV 89123 SHAWN EVAN MALONE 3200 ARVILLE #191 LAS VEGAS, NV 89102 NATHAN MONTOGMERY 1I7N3750W VERNAL, UT 84078 UNK UNK UNK S.NA.P. TOW, INC. 1239 N. Boulder Highway Suite 900 Henderson, Nevada 89015 (702)5641180 The vehicles listed herein will be sold al DealerAVreckcr Auction on November 18,1994 at 9:00a.m., al 1239 N. BouMcr Hwy., Hendermn, Nevada. Vehicles are sold as Is, no warranty or guarantee of any kind Is given or implied. Snap Tow reserves the right to set minimum bids and also bid on the following vehldct. VeMdcs are available for viewing the da; before the auction. VRMAKE MODEL VIN REG/LEGAL 84 DODGE CHARGER 1B3B244C1ED3435S6 COPPOGE 80 TOYOTA COROLLA TE7205S1304 THOMAS SAME MALONE, SHAWN E 421ISHEPPARD LAS VEGAS, NV 89121 TODD CHIRSTENSEN 674 E 250 NORTH VERNAL, UT 84078 1B3BA44E9EG326124 869FPWNV JAMES ARTHUR YOUNG SAME 3EP-095569 CCL249Z194420 1977 MERCURY 7F91S5S5242 19MAMC A0A055C242784 NONE NONE NONE NONE 1981 DODGE IB3BK56D8BF132919 544FES NV 3001 WARM SPRINGS 1918 HENDERSON, NV 89014 UNK LOONEY,JAQUELINE 3647 LANAI LAS VEGAS, NV 89104 UNK JOSEPH GAGLIA 3919 E CHEYENNE 63 LAS VEGAS, NV 89115 JACQUtS CLIETr 233 CHOLLA #B5 HENDERSON, NV 89015 1965TRIUMP 50759FC 1974 AUDI S5420T6865 1977 BOAT RRI5332 GET631AZ UNK NONE UNK NONE MITCHUM, CJK. 4801ETROPICANA48 LAS VEGAS, NV 89121 1983 DODGE 1982 OLDS JB3BF^4AXEU201883 NONE 1G3AM69A7CM407155 983DXW NV UNK LOONEY, JAQUELINE 1038 PALM ST LAS VEGAS, NV 89104 UNK CLARK COUNTY MOTORS 3545 LAS VEGAS BLVD LAS VEGAS. NV 89115 DESERT AUTO FUNDING PO BOX 90035 HENDERSON, NV 89009 UNK UNK FIRST INTERSTATE BANK PO BOX 42400 LAS VEGAS, NV 89118 UNK 73 LINCOLN MARK IV 84 PONTIAC SUNBIRD 81 SAAB UNKNOWN 79FORD RANCHERO 76FORD GRANADA 76 KAWASAKI M/C 88 FORD 76 BUICK 78 JEEP 80 DATS 80 PONT 74 PONT 73 PLYM 78 OLDS 78 FORD 75 DODGE 86 DODGE 79 CADI 81 BUICK 87 BUICK 76 DATS 75 MERCURY 88 SUZUKI 83 BUICK T-BIRD REGAL CJS 200SX SUNBIRD GRAND DUSTER CUTLASS GRANADA P/U OMNI SEVILLE REGAL GRAND 280Z MONTEGO MOPED REGAL 87 TOYOTA COROLLA SUZUKI GSlOO 77 CHEVY VAN 83 HONDA M/C H—Oct. 2S, Nov. 1,8,1994. 3Y89A872I94 1G2AB2708E7264554 YS3AS33S2B1024111 9H47H171287 6E82F309672 KZ650D009323 1FABP64T0JH216063 4J57H6ZI53254 J8F83AAI49045 PS1I08I70I7 2E27VA75820I1 2K57T40P136572 VL29C3G241467 3R47F8M575590 8W82I'"291477 D24BK5S123855 1B38Z48C7GD188427 6S69B99452230 1G4AM47N9BZ145811 IG4GJ1175HP457950 HUS3O31I202 5H03H525709 JS1FZ11AIK2100171 1G4AJ47A5DR418767 JT241':82E7H3512256 GS1000I08484 CGL258UI08759 JH2PC0808DM016561 SOKOLIK UNKNOWN DEATON/FOUNTAIN MOTORS STACKS ESTEPH CORRELL STEVENSON ASTLE WEIFFER SCHOENING RAPER BROWN PAVEK CISNEROS FERRARO NOTTINGHAM HARDIN GARNER RUSSO SALVADOR UNKNOWN UNKNOWN UNKNOWN UNKNOWN LEGARDA HOLLEY HIRSHFELD WESTERN FUNDING BOOTH/HINSON SMITH 1988 DODGE 1B4FK503XJX38880 580EWV NV UNK ANDERS, DONALD/ ROSE MARY WESTERN FUNDING INC. PO BOX 91898 720 E CHARLESTON BLVD. HENDERSON, NV 89009 LAS VEGAS, NV 89101 CISO, JESSIE M ORNELAS, URBANO R PO BOX 3281 PO BOX 3281 NO LAS VEtJAS, NV 89030 NO LAS VEGAS, NV 89030 1977 CHEV 1S87YU7L567095 134BVY NV DEBRA ANN CREWDSON SAME 11511 RIDERWOOU HOUSTON, TX 77099 i Auction will be held at 10:00 AM November 18,1994. We reserve the right tobld. Aurtl w n will be held at 653 W. Sunset Ruad, HtnderMn, NV. H—Oct. 25. Nov. 1.8,1994. I PUBLIC NOTICE Household and misc. goods stored In the roilowing units at BLAKES HOLIDAY MARINE 6740 BOULDER HI(;HWAY LAS VEGAS, NV. 89122 will be sold at al>ove address on November 12, 1994 al 10:00 A.M. to recover pa.sl due storage fees unless paid on or before November 8,1994. #80 LARRY KING, 1837 Mimosa Henderson, Nv. 89201 #268 Judy Sanders, 1024 W. Ivy Koswell, Nm. 88201 #255 GILBERT Archibeque 2509 E. Webb Ave. N. Us Vega.s Nv. 89030 #239 Norman Wadley 127 VanWagenen Henderson. Nv. 89015 #35 Donald Clcciardll 4431 W. ll8th.st.Hawthore,Ca. 90250 #242 Ira Kaye I l6Grandview Ave Winthrop, Mass. 02152 #281 James Cox 1940 N. Boulder Hwy. Sp. 187 Henderson, Nv. 89015 #130 Gary Christman 5500 Mount VIsU Apt. 623 Las Vegas, Nv. 89120 Including Stingray Super Sprint #PNY88120J687. H—Oct. 25, Nov. 1,8,1994. LEGAL NOTICE SALEOFSTREET SWEEPERS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City Council, City of Henderson, State of Nevada will SELL: TWO USED 1989 KMC STREET SWEEPERS SUBMIT written, sealed bids at the OFFICE OF THE CITY CLERK, 240 WATER STREET, HENDERSON, NEVADA 89015, until the hour of 3:0<) P.M on tiic ISth day of November, 1994, and said bids will be opened and publicly read at tiiat time in the Conference Room, at the above address. ADDITIONAL information may be olitained from the City Shop, 486 Koad, MiMiday Ihrough Thursday, 6:00 AM to 4:00 PM. Telephone: (702) 565-2349. ALL BIDS must be submitted in a sealed envelope plainly marked, "USED STREET SWEEPERS," with the name of the bidder in the upper left hand comer and marked to the ATTENTION OF THE CITY CLERK. AWARDS wiU be made on the basis of the mat responsive and responsible bid and judged to be in the liest interest of the public, each factor being considered. THE CITY RESERVES THE RIGHT TO REJECT ANY AND/OR ALL BIDS, OR TO WAIVE ANY INFORMALITY OR IR. REGULARITIES. BY ORDER OF THE CITY COUNCIL, HENDERSON, NEVADA /s/ Colleen Bell COLLEEN BELL, CMC, CITY CLERK H—Nov. 8,10,1994. LEGAL NOTICE The auction will be held on December 1,1994, at 8:00 am at the Las Vegas Bay Marina, at Las Vegas Bay, on Lake Mead. Legal Owner: First Interstate Bank, P.O. Box 42400, Las Vegas, NV 89116. Boat: 1989 Bayiiner NV75S1KG 26'1" HULL BL3A46ST889. Registered Owner: Thomas E. Willis, 725 Morrocco Dr., Henderson, NV 89015. H—Nov. 8, IS, 22,1994. LEGAL NOTICE Sealed bids wiU be received by the Henderson District Public Ubrary, 280 Water Street, Henderson, Nevada 89015 unUI December 2,1994 at 5:00 P.M. for repair and e ainting of exterior walls. I—Nov. 8, 10, 1994. Advertise in tite NEWS Rates • PI Consecutive, 1 week, all publications BOXGd Ads ^7^ per column inch per week Up to 3 lines (approx. 23 characters per line). SOc each additional line. Cash Rate Billed Rate 3 lines $6.00 wk *$6.35 4 lines $6.45 wk *$6.80 5 lines $6.90 wk *$7.25 6 lines $7.35 wk *$7.70 7 lines $7.80 wk *$8.15 8 lines $8.25 wk *$8.60 9 lines $8.70 wk *$9.05 10 lines $9.15 wk *$9.50 'Plus postage each time billed after initial billing. Published Tuesdays & Thursdays PLEASE READ YOUR AD FOR ERRORS the first day it appears. H.B.C. Publications assumes no responsibility AFTER THE FIRST INSERTION, nor for errors not affecting tfie value of the ad. All claims for statement adjustments must be made within 12 days after expiration of ad. Henderson Home NCM'S #2 Commerce Center 564-1881 • 435-7700 Hours: Mon. Fri. 8-5 Boulder City News 1227 Arizona Street 293-2302 Hours: Mon. & Tues. 9-5 Wed.-Fri. 9-4 Prepayments: Yard, Garage & Moving Sales require cash in advance. Oat-of-town and out-of-state also require prepayment. NOW ACCEPTING 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 PROFESSIONAl SERVICES MR. RXIT "The Handyman" No time to do it youself? Let me do it for you! 294-6214 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES PROFESSIONAL SERVICES A little short between paydays? agHfjMCKI vocal, piano, organ IQUSS"* or kayboard antartalnmant for your wadding recaption, party or organization function. Vocal concarta alao avallabla. Coral Cove Music Studio, Flo Raymond at 565-8469 CJ's LAWN CARE Professional Landscape Maintenance Most Lawns, $15 Lie. #164014571 565-7630 Pf** Estlitiates PROFESSIONAL SERVICES PROFESSIONAL SERVICES GARAGE DOOR SICK? ^t CAU. THE DOC-DOOR! / FREE _——. -~—^ Estimates (702) 293-6232 AAA ACTION GARAGE DOOR SERVICE CO In 1994—If you will earn under %Z3,75d,and have Jit leaet one child living n^th you in the U.S.. you may be eligible for extra money In each paycheck. Atfk your amployar about th Advance Earned Incoma Crdlt, or eallth IKS at RIGID CONSTRUCTION KITCHENS, PATIOS, CARPORTS BATHS, FAMILY ROOMS, DENS GARAQES, UTILITY ROOMS, BEDROOMS ALL PHASES OF ELECTRICAL Fre Estimates Llcanaad/Bondad 3243 566-0471 RG'S SECRETARIAL SERVICE Letters, resumes, manuscripts, term papers, business forms, business & home related typing. Laser printed at reasonable rates. HBC PUBLICATIONS Committed to covering your community news HAPPY GARDNER We Care For Your Lawn George R. Rogan, III #164-13888 565-3583 I^ROFESSIONAL 1 SERVICES 1 f PROFESSIONAL 1 SERVICES 1 1 rpi Facilities Maintenance Service 1 ig 896-6472 Commercial Quality Pool Service 1 1 Now Available For Home or Estate 1 1 Clark County llealihDisiKCI 29 Licensed Bonded Insured | ^Mldla Commercial Construction ^^^ Residential BeHitchinq Citaning Servict 565-0319 Handcrcon, NV Set /h2 Jcow.s RadM/haek Dealer Electronics from A to Z (antennas to zeners) Next to Lucky 722 So. Boulder Hwy. (702) 565-0378 Henderson, NV 89015 BOULDER CITY CARPET CARE Carpat CiMnIng •pecialitts, upholstery, auto, boat, RV Interiors, 24 hr. service, Carpet A fabric protection. Soft water for cleaner, softer carpets. 293-4148 ^ THE CAVANAUGH'S PAINTING Interior/Exterior FreaEsf/mafes 294-1422 t-^cenaed CUSTOM BOAT COVERS • BIMINI TOPS FRAMEWORK • INTERIORS • TRACTOR SEATS CARL'S Upholstery AUTO • RV • MARINE CRAFT FrM EltlmMM 72) Canyon Rd., Bouldw City. NV aN05 Beeper 252-1339 (702) 293-0591 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES PROFESSIONAL SERVICES JONATHON HUNT CONSTRUCTION ^. ,. ., ,,^ Discount to Residentiai/Commercial, ROOM additions, Patio Covers, Qjtizens & Remodeling, uc •36229 434-9908 Disabled VOICE PIANO DRAMA LESSONS wntllwr you v* 7 or 70. you can panct your VOICE.PIANOocDflAMAquallllaa.CORALCCVE MUSIC STUnO. FLO RAYMOND 565-8469 7iVj^/f/iflmA\\$^^vt$^^ The only difference between us & the best is, We cost less. Champion Lawn Care Call Carl 293-6756 Average lawn SU.00 Sam Blakeley Masonry Masonry, brick, blocl<, stone. Free estimates. Nev. lie. 24144 • pager 222-6926 HENDERSON*^ BOULDER CITY 565-6749 Lie. • 0019S49 294-7713 Bo's Landscaping f'Lawn Service • Sprinklers^i 294-6274 Serving: B.C., Hend., Green Valley' DEAN'S BODY AND PAINT Collision repair Free towing w/repairs 20 yrs. exp. call 565-8200 free estimates 745 W. Sunset Rd., Hnd. NV Suite #20 HENDERSON SWAP MART FrI-Sat-Sun Harry's Quality Painting 15 Years In Boulder City Interior/Exterior Residential/Commercial Acoustical Celling • Repair • Text Drywall Taping • Texturing • Wallpapering 293-1523 Free Estimates Lie • Bonded • Insured PISHOP AIR SERVICE — AIR SERVICE Air Conditioning • Haaling • Refrigeration CommercialResidential • Air Conditioning • • Hooting • • Refrigeration* 565-9800 Lie. 35354 718 Brick Dr. Henderson KEN'S MAINTENANCE & HANDYMAN SERVICE All types of Maintenance. I Can Fix or Make Most Anything. Serving the Community for 8 Yrs. 293-0045 TREE TRIMMING Hedges, Pruning, Topping, Stumps & Trees Removal Low Rates Elderly Discount Free Estimates Professional Job 564-5976 Wi iH hear about the big iitastirs. BHI iiusters happen evenr in Which means evenr in P*ipl> IU(> roii neid food, clotblni and a place to rest. Pleate support the American Red Cron. Call 1-80 Prayer for three consecutive days and then 7 you must publish it and It <* will be granted to you. *1 MK PE ^ SINGLES MEET single j people throughout rural ^ America. Confidential, y reputable, establishetf-' plan. Free Details, Country Connections Newsletter, PO Box 40(3. Superior, NE 68978. Pf" ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meets 7 days a writ, at SPM, Rec. Annex behind Boulder Dam Credit Union. ALANOW-ALATEEN 23-21 MOVING SALE —NOV. 12 & 13 8 a.m. 2 identical couches, coffee table, It. blue Lazy Boy recliner, red maple corner tablea-antiques, 2 rockers, dark blue recliner, microwave, elec. roaster on a stand, tools & muclt more. 808 Marina Dr. — 293-2870 YOU COULD BE DRIVING 1988 or newer car, truck or van If you have $500 and any one of these, direct phone access, previous car credit, home-owners, credit card, 2 yrs. on the job, checking account or telephone In buyers name. HOLLIS USED CARS, 1760 N. Nellis, 437-8870. DOMESTIC HELP Reward Your Free Time to enjoy. Call me to take over your housecleaning chores. 564-1239. DM LDS Mother will care for your children, CT Sewell area, transportation available, Wendy 5651023. DH Loving Christian Mother will babysit in my Henderson home, 3 yrs. oW, and up, no weekends, days only, 564-1948. DH 2 Reliable Faye Galloway" mothers teaming up to*" care for your cnildrenr. Mon.-Fri. 566-4746. DH„ IRONING TO PERFECTION .80 a Piece CALL THELMA 565-1507

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Pag* 14 Henderson Home Nw Tuesday, November 8, 1994 LEGAL NOTICES WALKER TOWING S3W. Sunset Henderson, Nevada 89015 (702) 565-8220 Uc. #PSC 7023 Notice Is hereby given that I, Walker Towing Inc., 653 W. Sunset Road, Henderson N V will sell below mentioned vehicles to uMj mechanic and llcna: REGISTERED I9S6FX)RD 1FABP29U4GA161631 NONE ROMERO GILBERT A/CELIA G 1840 NELSON ST 43 W COVINA LA PUENTE, CA 91746 LEGAL AVCO FIN SERV PO BOX 366 LA PUENTE, CA 91764 1994 HOMEMADE CMC2699 1960ORLAND FL2E2946J460 1970 FORD F10GLK49648 NONE NONE NONE 198 MERCURY 1MEBM6042JH635418 NONE 1955 CHEV 1977 PON 19M DODGE YAMAHA 1979 CHEV A55L029363 2U87R7N104843 386FEDNV 522GZX UT UNK ROBERT TIEMKO 6212 ALTA US VEGAS, NV 89107 THOMAS HENDERSON 700 E FLAMINGO B-106 LAS VEGAS, NV 89119 JOHNSON, LUCINDA ANNE 933 CARNIVAL LAS VEGAS, NV 89123 SHAWN EVAN MALONE 3200 ARVILLE #191 LAS VEGAS, NV 89102 NATHAN MONTOGMERY 1I7N3750W VERNAL, UT 84078 UNK UNK UNK S.NA.P. TOW, INC. 1239 N. Boulder Highway Suite 900 Henderson, Nevada 89015 (702)5641180 The vehicles listed herein will be sold al DealerAVreckcr Auction on November 18,1994 at 9:00a.m., al 1239 N. BouMcr Hwy., Hendermn, Nevada. Vehicles are sold as Is, no warranty or guarantee of any kind Is given or implied. Snap Tow reserves the right to set minimum bids and also bid on the following vehldct. VeMdcs are available for viewing the da; before the auction. VRMAKE MODEL VIN REG/LEGAL 84 DODGE CHARGER 1B3B244C1ED3435S6 COPPOGE 80 TOYOTA COROLLA TE7205S1304 THOMAS SAME MALONE, SHAWN E 421ISHEPPARD LAS VEGAS, NV 89121 TODD CHIRSTENSEN 674 E 250 NORTH VERNAL, UT 84078 1B3BA44E9EG326124 869FPWNV JAMES ARTHUR YOUNG SAME 3EP-095569 CCL249Z194420 1977 MERCURY 7F91S5S5242 19MAMC A0A055C242784 NONE NONE NONE NONE 1981 DODGE IB3BK56D8BF132919 544FES NV 3001 WARM SPRINGS 1918 HENDERSON, NV 89014 UNK LOONEY,JAQUELINE 3647 LANAI LAS VEGAS, NV 89104 UNK JOSEPH GAGLIA 3919 E CHEYENNE 63 LAS VEGAS, NV 89115 JACQUtS CLIETr 233 CHOLLA #B5 HENDERSON, NV 89015 1965TRIUMP 50759FC 1974 AUDI S5420T6865 1977 BOAT RRI5332 GET631AZ UNK NONE UNK NONE MITCHUM, CJK. 4801ETROPICANA48 LAS VEGAS, NV 89121 1983 DODGE 1982 OLDS JB3BF^4AXEU201883 NONE 1G3AM69A7CM407155 983DXW NV UNK LOONEY, JAQUELINE 1038 PALM ST LAS VEGAS, NV 89104 UNK CLARK COUNTY MOTORS 3545 LAS VEGAS BLVD LAS VEGAS. NV 89115 DESERT AUTO FUNDING PO BOX 90035 HENDERSON, NV 89009 UNK UNK FIRST INTERSTATE BANK PO BOX 42400 LAS VEGAS, NV 89118 UNK 73 LINCOLN MARK IV 84 PONTIAC SUNBIRD 81 SAAB UNKNOWN 79FORD RANCHERO 76FORD GRANADA 76 KAWASAKI M/C 88 FORD 76 BUICK 78 JEEP 80 DATS 80 PONT 74 PONT 73 PLYM 78 OLDS 78 FORD 75 DODGE 86 DODGE 79 CADI 81 BUICK 87 BUICK 76 DATS 75 MERCURY 88 SUZUKI 83 BUICK T-BIRD REGAL CJS 200SX SUNBIRD GRAND DUSTER CUTLASS GRANADA P/U OMNI SEVILLE REGAL GRAND 280Z MONTEGO MOPED REGAL 87 TOYOTA COROLLA SUZUKI GSlOO 77 CHEVY VAN 83 HONDA M/C H—Oct. 2S, Nov. 1,8,1994. 3Y89A872I94 1G2AB2708E7264554 YS3AS33S2B1024111 9H47H171287 6E82F309672 KZ650D009323 1FABP64T0JH216063 4J57H6ZI53254 J8F83AAI49045 PS1I08I70I7 2E27VA75820I1 2K57T40P136572 VL29C3G241467 3R47F8M575590 8W82I'"291477 D24BK5S123855 1B38Z48C7GD188427 6S69B99452230 1G4AM47N9BZ145811 IG4GJ1175HP457950 HUS3O31I202 5H03H525709 JS1FZ11AIK2100171 1G4AJ47A5DR418767 JT241':82E7H3512256 GS1000I08484 CGL258UI08759 JH2PC0808DM016561 SOKOLIK UNKNOWN DEATON/FOUNTAIN MOTORS STACKS ESTEPH CORRELL STEVENSON ASTLE WEIFFER SCHOENING RAPER BROWN PAVEK CISNEROS FERRARO NOTTINGHAM HARDIN GARNER RUSSO SALVADOR UNKNOWN UNKNOWN UNKNOWN UNKNOWN LEGARDA HOLLEY HIRSHFELD WESTERN FUNDING BOOTH/HINSON SMITH 1988 DODGE 1B4FK503XJX38880 580EWV NV UNK ANDERS, DONALD/ ROSE MARY WESTERN FUNDING INC. PO BOX 91898 720 E CHARLESTON BLVD. HENDERSON, NV 89009 LAS VEGAS, NV 89101 CISO, JESSIE M ORNELAS, URBANO R PO BOX 3281 PO BOX 3281 NO LAS VEtJAS, NV 89030 NO LAS VEGAS, NV 89030 1977 CHEV 1S87YU7L567095 134BVY NV DEBRA ANN CREWDSON SAME 11511 RIDERWOOU HOUSTON, TX 77099 i Auction will be held at 10:00 AM November 18,1994. We reserve the right tobld. Aurtl w n will be held at 653 W. Sunset Ruad, HtnderMn, NV. H—Oct. 25. Nov. 1.8,1994. I PUBLIC NOTICE Household and misc. goods stored In the roilowing units at BLAKES HOLIDAY MARINE 6740 BOULDER HI(;HWAY LAS VEGAS, NV. 89122 will be sold at al>ove address on November 12, 1994 al 10:00 A.M. to recover pa.sl due storage fees unless paid on or before November 8,1994. #80 LARRY KING, 1837 Mimosa Henderson, Nv. 89201 #268 Judy Sanders, 1024 W. Ivy Koswell, Nm. 88201 #255 GILBERT Archibeque 2509 E. Webb Ave. N. Us Vega.s Nv. 89030 #239 Norman Wadley 127 VanWagenen Henderson. Nv. 89015 #35 Donald Clcciardll 4431 W. ll8th.st.Hawthore,Ca. 90250 #242 Ira Kaye I l6Grandview Ave Winthrop, Mass. 02152 #281 James Cox 1940 N. Boulder Hwy. Sp. 187 Henderson, Nv. 89015 #130 Gary Christman 5500 Mount VIsU Apt. 623 Las Vegas, Nv. 89120 Including Stingray Super Sprint #PNY88120J687. H—Oct. 25, Nov. 1,8,1994. LEGAL NOTICE SALEOFSTREET SWEEPERS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City Council, City of Henderson, State of Nevada will SELL: TWO USED 1989 KMC STREET SWEEPERS SUBMIT written, sealed bids at the OFFICE OF THE CITY CLERK, 240 WATER STREET, HENDERSON, NEVADA 89015, until the hour of 3:0<) P.M on tiic ISth day of November, 1994, and said bids will be opened and publicly read at tiiat time in the Conference Room, at the above address. ADDITIONAL information may be olitained from the City Shop, 486 Koad, MiMiday Ihrough Thursday, 6:00 AM to 4:00 PM. Telephone: (702) 565-2349. ALL BIDS must be submitted in a sealed envelope plainly marked, "USED STREET SWEEPERS," with the name of the bidder in the upper left hand comer and marked to the ATTENTION OF THE CITY CLERK. AWARDS wiU be made on the basis of the mat responsive and responsible bid and judged to be in the liest interest of the public, each factor being considered. THE CITY RESERVES THE RIGHT TO REJECT ANY AND/OR ALL BIDS, OR TO WAIVE ANY INFORMALITY OR IR. REGULARITIES. BY ORDER OF THE CITY COUNCIL, HENDERSON, NEVADA /s/ Colleen Bell COLLEEN BELL, CMC, CITY CLERK H—Nov. 8,10,1994. LEGAL NOTICE The auction will be held on December 1,1994, at 8:00 am at the Las Vegas Bay Marina, at Las Vegas Bay, on Lake Mead. Legal Owner: First Interstate Bank, P.O. Box 42400, Las Vegas, NV 89116. Boat: 1989 Bayiiner NV75S1KG 26'1" HULL BL3A46ST889. Registered Owner: Thomas E. Willis, 725 Morrocco Dr., Henderson, NV 89015. H—Nov. 8, IS, 22,1994. LEGAL NOTICE Sealed bids wiU be received by the Henderson District Public Ubrary, 280 Water Street, Henderson, Nevada 89015 unUI December 2,1994 at 5:00 P.M. for repair and e ainting of exterior walls. I—Nov. 8, 10, 1994. Advertise in tite NEWS Rates • PI Consecutive, 1 week, all publications BOXGd Ads ^7^ per column inch per week Up to 3 lines (approx. 23 characters per line). SOc each additional line. Cash Rate Billed Rate 3 lines $6.00 wk *$6.35 4 lines $6.45 wk *$6.80 5 lines $6.90 wk *$7.25 6 lines $7.35 wk *$7.70 7 lines $7.80 wk *$8.15 8 lines $8.25 wk *$8.60 9 lines $8.70 wk *$9.05 10 lines $9.15 wk *$9.50 'Plus postage each time billed after initial billing. Published Tuesdays & Thursdays PLEASE READ YOUR AD FOR ERRORS the first day it appears. H.B.C. Publications assumes no responsibility AFTER THE FIRST INSERTION, nor for errors not affecting tfie value of the ad. All claims for statement adjustments must be made within 12 days after expiration of ad. Henderson Home NCM'S #2 Commerce Center 564-1881 • 435-7700 Hours: Mon. Fri. 8-5 Boulder City News 1227 Arizona Street 293-2302 Hours: Mon. & Tues. 9-5 Wed.-Fri. 9-4 Prepayments: Yard, Garage & Moving Sales require cash in advance. Oat-of-town and out-of-state also require prepayment. NOW ACCEPTING 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 PROFESSIONAl SERVICES MR. RXIT "The Handyman" No time to do it youself? Let me do it for you! 294-6214 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES PROFESSIONAL SERVICES A little short between paydays? agHfjMCKI vocal, piano, organ IQUSS"* or kayboard antartalnmant for your wadding recaption, party or organization function. Vocal concarta alao avallabla. Coral Cove Music Studio, Flo Raymond at 565-8469 CJ's LAWN CARE Professional Landscape Maintenance Most Lawns, $15 Lie. #164014571 565-7630 Pf** Estlitiates PROFESSIONAL SERVICES PROFESSIONAL SERVICES GARAGE DOOR SICK? ^t CAU. THE DOC-DOOR! / FREE _——. -~—^ Estimates (702) 293-6232 AAA ACTION GARAGE DOOR SERVICE CO In 1994—If you will earn under %Z3,75d,and have Jit leaet one child living n^th you in the U.S.. you may be eligible for extra money In each paycheck. Atfk your amployar about th Advance Earned Incoma Crdlt, or eallth IKS at RIGID CONSTRUCTION KITCHENS, PATIOS, CARPORTS BATHS, FAMILY ROOMS, DENS GARAQES, UTILITY ROOMS, BEDROOMS ALL PHASES OF ELECTRICAL Fre Estimates Llcanaad/Bondad 3243 566-0471 RG'S SECRETARIAL SERVICE Letters, resumes, manuscripts, term papers, business forms, business & home related typing. Laser printed at reasonable rates. HBC PUBLICATIONS Committed to covering your community news HAPPY GARDNER We Care For Your Lawn George R. Rogan, III #164-13888 565-3583 I^ROFESSIONAL 1 SERVICES 1 f PROFESSIONAL 1 SERVICES 1 1 rpi Facilities Maintenance Service 1 ig 896-6472 Commercial Quality Pool Service 1 1 Now Available For Home or Estate 1 1 Clark County llealihDisiKCI 29 Licensed Bonded Insured | ^Mldla Commercial Construction ^^^ Residential BeHitchinq Citaning Servict 565-0319 Handcrcon, NV Set /h2 Jcow.s RadM/haek Dealer Electronics from A to Z (antennas to zeners) Next to Lucky 722 So. Boulder Hwy. (702) 565-0378 Henderson, NV 89015 BOULDER CITY CARPET CARE Carpat CiMnIng •pecialitts, upholstery, auto, boat, RV Interiors, 24 hr. service, Carpet A fabric protection. Soft water for cleaner, softer carpets. 293-4148 ^ THE CAVANAUGH'S PAINTING Interior/Exterior FreaEsf/mafes 294-1422 t-^cenaed CUSTOM BOAT COVERS • BIMINI TOPS FRAMEWORK • INTERIORS • TRACTOR SEATS CARL'S Upholstery AUTO • RV • MARINE CRAFT FrM EltlmMM 72) Canyon Rd., Bouldw City. NV aN05 Beeper 252-1339 (702) 293-0591 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES PROFESSIONAL SERVICES JONATHON HUNT CONSTRUCTION ^. ,. ., ,,^ Discount to Residentiai/Commercial, ROOM additions, Patio Covers, Qjtizens & Remodeling, uc •36229 434-9908 Disabled VOICE PIANO DRAMA LESSONS wntllwr you v* 7 or 70. you can panct your VOICE.PIANOocDflAMAquallllaa.CORALCCVE MUSIC STUnO. FLO RAYMOND 565-8469 7iVj^/f/iflmA\\$^^vt$^^ The only difference between us & the best is, We cost less. Champion Lawn Care Call Carl 293-6756 Average lawn SU.00 Sam Blakeley Masonry Masonry, brick, blocl<, stone. Free estimates. Nev. lie. 24144 • pager 222-6926 HENDERSON*^ BOULDER CITY 565-6749 Lie. • 0019S49 294-7713 Bo's Landscaping f'Lawn Service • Sprinklers^i 294-6274 Serving: B.C., Hend., Green Valley' DEAN'S BODY AND PAINT Collision repair Free towing w/repairs 20 yrs. exp. call 565-8200 free estimates 745 W. Sunset Rd., Hnd. NV Suite #20 HENDERSON SWAP MART FrI-Sat-Sun Harry's Quality Painting 15 Years In Boulder City Interior/Exterior Residential/Commercial Acoustical Celling • Repair • Text Drywall Taping • Texturing • Wallpapering 293-1523 Free Estimates Lie • Bonded • Insured PISHOP AIR SERVICE — AIR SERVICE Air Conditioning • Haaling • Refrigeration CommercialResidential • Air Conditioning • • Hooting • • Refrigeration* 565-9800 Lie. 35354 718 Brick Dr. Henderson KEN'S MAINTENANCE & HANDYMAN SERVICE All types of Maintenance. I Can Fix or Make Most Anything. Serving the Community for 8 Yrs. 293-0045 TREE TRIMMING Hedges, Pruning, Topping, Stumps & Trees Removal Low Rates Elderly Discount Free Estimates Professional Job 564-5976 Wi iH hear about the big iitastirs. BHI iiusters happen evenr in Which means evenr in P*ipl> IU(> roii neid food, clotblni and a place to rest. Pleate support the American Red Cron. Call 1-80 Prayer for three consecutive days and then 7 you must publish it and It <* will be granted to you. *1 MK PE ^ SINGLES MEET single j people throughout rural ^ America. Confidential, y reputable, establishetf-' plan. Free Details, Country Connections Newsletter, PO Box 40(3. Superior, NE 68978. Pf" ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meets 7 days a writ, at SPM, Rec. Annex behind Boulder Dam Credit Union. ALANOW-ALATEEN 23-21 MOVING SALE —NOV. 12 & 13 8 a.m. 2 identical couches, coffee table, It. blue Lazy Boy recliner, red maple corner tablea-antiques, 2 rockers, dark blue recliner, microwave, elec. roaster on a stand, tools & muclt more. 808 Marina Dr. — 293-2870 YOU COULD BE DRIVING 1988 or newer car, truck or van If you have $500 and any one of these, direct phone access, previous car credit, home-owners, credit card, 2 yrs. on the job, checking account or telephone In buyers name. HOLLIS USED CARS, 1760 N. Nellis, 437-8870. DOMESTIC HELP Reward Your Free Time to enjoy. Call me to take over your housecleaning chores. 564-1239. DM LDS Mother will care for your children, CT Sewell area, transportation available, Wendy 5651023. DH Loving Christian Mother will babysit in my Henderson home, 3 yrs. oW, and up, no weekends, days only, 564-1948. DH 2 Reliable Faye Galloway" mothers teaming up to*" care for your cnildrenr. Mon.-Fri. 566-4746. DH„ IRONING TO PERFECTION .80 a Piece CALL THELMA 565-1507

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Page 16 Henderson Home News Tuesday, November 8, 1994 DOMESTIC HELP KIDS KLUB! before and after school for elementary age cfilldren. Transportation to and from school, nutritious snacks, recreation program. Phone 293-7773. DH HISHAND^EXTENDED DAY CARE. 2 Christian Women will care for your children in their home, Mon.-Fri, 6 am-6 pm. Ages 2 to 5. Will have preschool activities, $65 a chilD. Call 566-5068 lor more information. DH Loving Personal Care for your loved one. 5661935. DH PROFESSIONAL Ironing & Sewing. Free pick up & delivery lor Boulder City residents. 293-4200. BC. DH Babysitter needed in our GV home fvl-F, nonsmoker, must have own trans and local references. Call 295-0167 during day leave msg. DH NEED AN EARLY AM Babysitter? I will give your children T.L.C. in my home in the early A.M. 12 noon. Call 293-5486. BC. DH POSITION WANTED CNA experienced, private care, refs., Lanore 896-0811. PW BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES NOTICE TO READERS: The HBC Publications does not vouch for the legitimacy of items, jobs, or monoy-making opportunities advertised in this classification. We suggest you carefully evaluate such offers and not send money to these advertisers unless you are certain you know with whom you are dealing and you know all terms and conditions of the offer. BO SUNQUEST WOLFF TANNING BEDS. New Commercial-Home Units From $199.00. LampsLot ions-Accessories. Monthly payments low as $18 00.CallTodavFREE NEW Color Catalog. 1800-462-9197^ BO OWN YOUR OWN APPAREL OR SHOE STORE, CHOOSE: Jean/sporlswear, Bridal, Lingerie, Maternity, or accessories store. Over 2000 name brands. $24,900 to $36,900: Inventory, training, fixtures, grand opening, etc. Can open 15 days. Mr. Loughlin (612) 888-6555. BO SUNQUEST WOLFF TANNING BEDS, New Commercial-Home Units Irom $199.00. LampsLot iohs-Accessories. Monthly payments low as $18.00. CallToday FREE NEW COLOR Catalog. 1-800462-9197. 8061 Cleaning Franchise. WE INVEST IN YOU! ServiceMaster Targets Boulder City. One company believes that hard work should pay off. That's why, when you invest in a ServiceMaster franchise, we invest in you. We're the nation's largest professional cleaning company. And we provide the best training, the best equipment and the very best support, including national advertising. Get started with as little as about $8000 down plus working capital. Financing available. For free information, call 1-800230-2360. BO NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF CHRISTIAN CREDITCOUNSELORS SEEKS INDIVIDUAL TO OWN SATELLITE OFFICE (OR ADD TO EXISTING BUSINESS). COMPANY TRAINING. NEED OWN OPERATING CAPITAL. 1-60534^-1608. BO Cleaning Franchise BUILD A FAMILY BUSINESS. Let the ServiceMaster family help yourfamily start your own residential or commercial cleaning franchise for as little as $5955 down. Fortune service 500 company offering unique training and marketing support. Financing available. Call for a free brochure: 1-800230-2360. BO BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Office Cleaning Business. Gross $3K monthly/$36K yearly, Asking$16Kor$7.5Kfor partnership. 284-0184. BO 24 CAPITAL AVAILABLE FOR BUSINESS. Commercial and Venture Capital $25,000 Up. CALL 1-310-550-7142. BO 33 VENTURE CAPITOL SOURCES! For start-up businesses, growth, development, expansion. Call 1-903-784-1329. BO 34 SUNQUEST WOLFF TANNING BEDS. New Commercial-Home Units From $199.00. LampsLot ions-Accessories, Monthly payments low as $18.00. CaflToday FREE NEW Color Catalog. 1800-462-9197. BO 35 •INCREDIBLE BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY.' Looking for 5 positive outgoing people to position themselves in a wonderful, nutrition industry. No Exp. Nee. Call for more info. 263-0724. BO 51 HELP WANTED MOTEL MAID experience helpful. Immediate opening, apply in person, also laundry person PT. Best Western Motel, 85 W. Lake Mead Dr., Hend. HW WEEKEND BARTENDER 565-9959. HW VETERINARY ASSISTANT, part time position, duties include receptionist, technical & kennel work. Must be 18yrs. or older. 294-0001. BC. HW HOME TYPIST, PC users needed. $35,000 potential. Details. Call (1) 805-962-8000 EXT. B5695. HW DRIVERS: FLATBED 48 state OT R. Assigned new conventionals. Competitive pay, benefits, $ 1,000 sign-on bonus. Rider Program. Flexible time off. Call Roadrunner Trucking 1-800-8767784. HW IDENTIFICATION TECHNICIAN I. SALARY: $38,785.2744,409.13/year. REQUIREMENTS: High school graduation, or the equivalent, and two (2) years of experience performing technical and analytical work in processing crime scenes and collecting and preserving a vanety of evidence PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE MUST HAVE INCLUDED PERFORMING LATENT FINGERPRINT ANALYSIS AND QUALIFYING AS AN EXPERT WITNESS IN PROVING TESTIMONY IN A COURT OF LAW; OR any equivalent combination of closely related education, training and experience. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Possession of, or the ability to obtain, a Nevada driver's license, and maintenance of a satisfactory driving record. WHEfiE TO APPLY: City application AND supplemental application form forthis recruitment MUST be submitted to and received by the Personnel Department, Room 200, City Hall, 240 Water Street, Henderson, NV, 89015, no later than Monday, December 5, 1994, by 5:00 p.m., to be considered for this recruitment. NO APPLICATIONS WILL BE GIVENOUTAFTER4:00 P.M. ON THE CLOSING DATE OF THIS RECRUITMENT. Employment packet MUST be obtained from the Personnel Department; resumes only WILL NOT be accepted in lieu of employment application. HOURS OF OPERATION: Monay through Thursday, 7:30 a.m. to 5:30p.m. SMOKE-FREE WORK ENVIRONMENT. AN AFFIRMATIVE ACTION/EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. HW56 LICENSED LIFE & HEALTH AGENT NEEDED. Quality products, high commissions with advance before issue, lead system, and benefits (must qualify for advances/benefits). Call 1-800-252-2581. HW EKrCetlkM SiMdRd! FBIEIS DONT lEI FRIENDS DHIVE DRUNK HELP WANTED Carpet Cleaners Exp. and non-smoker preferred. Must have own transportation. 5646716. HW58 PROFESSIONAL DRIVERS NEEDED: TOP PAY TO RUN 11 WESTERN STATES. MUSTBE25YEARS OR OVER AND HAVE 2 YEARS' FLATBED EXPERIENCE. WE OFFER UP TO 26 CENTS A MILE, PAID VACATIONS, 8 PAID HOLIDAYS, EXCELLENT MEDICAL INSURANCE ON EMPLOYEE AND FAMILY, LIFE INSURANCE ON EMPLOYEE PROFIT SHARING, PLUS VERY LITTLE LAYOVER. ALL TRUCKS ARE 1992 AND NEWER, WITH 400 CATS & CUMMINS. CONTACT S.M.P. INC. AT (801) 374-0761. HW CITY OF BOULDER CITY ANI^OUNCES EXAMINATION FOR ACCOUNTING TECHNICIAN FILING DEADLINE: November 17, 1994,nolaterthan5p.m., Approximate hourly rate: $12.92. We are currently recruiting for the position of Accounting Technician. The purpose of this recruitment effort is to establish an eligibility list for a future opening. Duties may include, but are not limited to the following: ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Prior computer experience necessary, PC software knowledge of Word for Windows ahd Excel for Windows preferable. Compute and prepare the City's payroll and changes in an accurate and timely fashion. Prepares accurately the following reports; quarterly State Industrial Insurance System Report; quarterly Federal withholding tax report; quarterly State Employment Security Department report; monthly health insurance reports and checks; computes and prepares accurately the quarterly invoices for land sold by the City; reviews, calculates, and performs accurately all payroll adjustments; verifies room tax reports and remittance recei ved f rom hotels and motels In Boulder City; prepares bid forms for formal bids or proposals; serves as Secretary to the Finance Director/Real Estate Officer. Typing speed appropriate for the position (50 wpm); types budget. TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE: Any combination equivalent to an Associate Degree in Business Administration and three years of increasingly responsible experience in the maintenance of financial, payroll, and related statistical records. EXAMINATION PROCEDURES: A civil service examination will be conducted in accordance with the Civil Service Rules of the City of Boulder City and is tentatively scheduled for Wednesday, November 30, 1994, with an Oral Board Review to follow at a later date. Application forms and complete job description may be obtained between 7:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Thursday at City Hall, 401 California Avenue, Boulder City, Nevada. Completed applications along with a typing certificate must be returned to the above address. Those applicants meeting the requirements will be invited to continue in the examination process. AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. HW HELP WANTED PersonalCare Attend. No exp. nee. for handicapped male 3 days a week, 5 hours a day. Windmill/Eastern area, non-smoker. Call between 1 and 8 pm. 8966691. HW69 HELP WANTED, 2 Positions Available at Texaco Express Lube! We need a Cashier/Customer Service Representative to join our team. Some typing and computer skills required. If you enjoy working with the public, and have organizational skills, we have a place for you! Also we are looking for a lube technician. Experience preferred but not necessary. Applicants must be clean cut and able to work well with customers. If you want to work in the automotive field at a company that's a step above the competitors, apply in person at Texaco Express Lube at 3385 E. Russell Road, (at the Southwest Corner of Pecos and Russell in front of Von's) Las Vegas or call 434-6706. Ask forNeiL HW 78 EARN CHRISTMAS DOLLARS. Be a bellringer for The Salvation Army this season. All applicants must be energetic and an established resident of Henderson or Las Vegas. Seniors Welcome. For details 565-9578. HW45 BOBS ALL FAMILY RESTAURANT now hiring full time experienced cook. Apply in person. No Calls Please. 761 Nev. Hwy. BC HW LOOKING FOR EXTRA MONEY? ... BOULDER CITY NEWS is looking for newspaper delivery people. Only one day a week. Must be availablefor Thursday mornings & have adult supervision and transportation. Apply at the Boulder City News, 1227 Arizona St. or call 2932302. BC. HW NEW MEXICAN Restau-K rant & Cantina to open in Boulder City. Needs cooks, servers, bus boys, hostesses & bartenders, send resume to 12530 HespariaRd. Suite #201. Victor^ille, Calif. 92392. HW NOW ACCEPTING AP^ PLICATIONS: Cook/ Dishwasher, Day & nights. Clean appearance. Happy attitude a must. 512 Nevada Hwy. BC HW REGISTERED DENTAL HYGIENIST-Challenging career, available with a busy dental office i n Boulder City. Seeking an outgoing people person for a tremendous group of patients. Enjoyable working conditions, and a promising future. Hours part or full time. 2931437. BC. HW BAGGAGE HELPERS, Part time, Physical work. 434-6126. HW DRIVERS For baggage company, physical work. Call for more info. 4346128. HW WANTED 30 individuals to help The Salvation Army with its Christmas fund raiser. Must be energetic, and an established resident of Henderson or Las Vegas. Seniors Welcome. Contact: 565-9578fordetails. HW 44 HELP WANTED, Over 250 American Manufacturers need you to assemble products at home. Earn $252 to $620 weekly. Experience unnecessary. Start Immediately. Call 1-602-7642324. EXT. 470. HW60 BRIGHT BEGINNING. Neighborhood Welcoming Service has opportunities for out-going person to greet new home owners. Openings in sales dept. also. Call MELANIE 256-7782. SECURITY OFFICERS WELLS FARGO GUARD SERVICE. EMPLOYMENT OPENINGS IN HEND./G.V. AREAS. WE OFFER FLEXIBLE WORK HOURS, UNIFORMS PROVIDED, PAYED VACATIONS AND OTHER BENEFITS. APPLY Monday-Friday, 9 am to 3:30 pm. 3305 W. Spring Mountain. #66, Equal Opportunity Employer. CTI, Oneof thesouthwests largest bulk carriers is hiring drivers for the North Las Vegas terminal. Immediate employment if you meet DOT qualifications and: You are at least 25 years old t You have at least 3 years over ^ the road driving You have a good MVR record We offer good pay, xint. benefits Call 642-2122 for further Information or apply at 4145 N. Frehner, N. Las Vegas HEtP WANTED MECHANIC. Leam how to repair various types of Army vehicles. Over $770 per mo. to start, plus food, lodging and medical. Call 566-6254. ARMY. BE ALL YOU CAN BE. HW 3 Delivery Driver wanted. Apply in person btw. 1 p.m. and 5 p.m., 87 E. Lake Mead Dr., Hend. HW23 VOLUNTEERS NEEDED. The Salvation Army is in need of volunteers to help with its Christmas Fund Raiser. Help needed to staff Angel Tree, Pack Food Boxes, Bell Ringers and Office Support. Call Ruthann at 565-9578 for details. HW 46 HOUSEHOLD CLEANERS, days, M-F, no weekend or holidays, vacation, sick and holiday pay. GRIMEBUSTERS 798-1002. HW LIGHT DUTY MECHANIC Must have own tools, tow driving exp. helpful. NV. Drivers license. Apply in person. Auto Specialists, 705 Juniper. BC HW Unique Boutique in Fashion Show Mall, Las Vegas featuring womens casual clothing. Retail exp. desired, however outgoing personality is a definite plus. Call for inten/iew. 791-3661. HW P/T Telemarketer no sales. Finding locations for Vending &]uip. Base + Comm. Call Carol 5666525. HW LIGHT MECHANICAL Position & teachers aid at truck school. Pay $5 to $10 per hour, depending on mechanical ability. Call 293-7335, 8 am 5 pm. BC HW RETIRED PERSON For teachers aid & light Maintenance at truck school. Slow paced, low paying job helpingpeople we will tran. Call 2937335, 8 am 5 pm. BC HW TEXAS REFINERY CORP. Needs responsible person now in your area. Regardless of training, write C.E. Hopkins, Box 711, Ft. Worth, TX 76101. HW CNA POSITIONS For supplemental staffinc|. Good for varied shifts in Henderson & Boulder City. Call Mike at Staff Builders Medical Stalfings Services. 2810 S. Rainbow Blvd. Las Vegas, NV, 89102, 36411 59. HW NEEDED: Reliable men & women for Janitorial positions at Prestigious Chocolate Factory in Henderson. Commercial cleaning Exp. a Plus. Also need person with floor care (stripping/scrubbing and wax) exp. Full and Part time positions available on Grave/Swing shifts. Apply at 4055 Spencer Suite #124 LV, NV or Call 369-4549. ALWAYS CLEANING SERVICES. HW WANTED Cashiers, swing shifts and graveyard. Must be 21. Apply in person, 4190 E. Sunset, Green Valley Chevr on. HW Secretary and General Office position. Telephone and counter customer service, typing and computer exp. required, hours M-F 8 to 5. 5641480 ask for Bonnie, immediate hire. HW 48 Advertise in tlie NEWS KELP WANTED BLACK CANYON RAFT Tours is taking applications for cashiers/sale person, must be personable & dependable. Enjoy working with the public. 20 hrs. per wk. + wkends. Great fun job. Apply at Expedition Depot. 1297 Nv. Hwy. BC HW DIESEL/HEAVY EQUIPMENT MECHANIC Mechanic assistant for fueling & service. Salary negotiable by experience. 293-1818. BC HW Part time/Full time, janitorial help, will train, 5654750. HW HOUSEKEEPERS NEEDED Part time. Apply in person, Nevada Inn, 1009 Nevada Highway. BC HW Part time Clerical Help Needed for tax office, apply in person, 2541 Wig wam Parkway, Mon. thru Thurs., 11 to 6 pm. Senior encouraged to applv HW EXPERIENCE Not necessary. Prep cook. Apply in person. 2 Gals Restaurant. 1632 Nev. Hwy. BC HW ENGINEERING.Trainto build airfields, roads and bridges. Earn over $770 per mo. to start, plus food, lodging and medical. Call 566-6766. ARMY, BE ALL YOU CAN BE. HW LAKE MEAD RESORT Now hiring Maintenance Positions. Apply in person at 322 Lake Shore Rd. Equal Opportunity Employer, Authorized concessionaire of the NPS. HW Female wanted with telemarketing skills for insurance agent, 7337605. HW53 BARTENDERS, WAITRESSES & WAITERS, Quiet & sarene lounge & fine dining, exp. people w/knowledge of wines, must be over 21. Pick up applications 9 am-11 am, 2pm-5pm. M-F. Boulder Dam Hotel Restaurant & Lounge, 1305 Arizona St. Contact Chris. BC. HW POSITION AVAILABLE TO TALENTED, RESPONSIBLE, CHILD CARE ATTENDANT, MUST BE HS GRAD/ EQUIV., 17 YRS.OR OLDER. 564-8580. HW 2 HAIR DRESSER Must be professional and dependable. To apply, call Sheila 293-5636 293-4322 Hair station for rent, small, clean, full service salon. Call Lynette, 2937427. Leave message Choou Vour l>our. Your Income artd Your Rewardil AVON Maln Hottal (702)2S3-6170 Call Today! RESUMES Composed, Edited, Typed-Fast & Accurate BEE'S BUSINESS SVC. • DAILY 8-6 Sat. 10-4" 1400 Colorado, *C B.C. 293-5361 HOUSEKEEPER NEEDED Full-time/Part time $7 to $10/hr. GREEN VALLEY AREA 436-6404 4 WANTED: PROFESSIONAL HELP .W.IDG m 2(1 VKAR COMPANN SKKKINCJ EDlirATF.D, ARTiri'LATE INIIIV ini'AI.S TO CAIN PROKKSSIONAl. SK1LI..S WITH AN INTKRNATIONAI, ( • UND-RAI.SING CONSULTING FIRM! Mfi OFFBK • PAW TRAIN/SO • f'/ii.Vrt/JS HOUKS -7 DAYS A WEEK VOL riCK THE HOVKS COME JOIN OUR TEAM CALL JEANNE 565-4432 ********••***•* • •*••**•* SECURITY OFFICERS Needed for greater Henderson, GV area, FULL ^ TIME and PART TIME, flexible hours, homemakers, ^ students encouraged to apply. DOE, must be able ^ to obtain Sheriff's card, have dependable^ transportation & phone. Call ALLIED SECURITY, ^ 364-5774, Monday-Friday, 8:30-4:30 pm, 3355 ^ Spring Mtn. Rd., BIdg. C, Suite #256. EOE/M^ F/H-V. • FOODSERVERS/BARTENDERS Positive attitude and team spirit a necessity. Team oriented Individuals needed. Foodserversand Bartenders, apply in person with proper identification and necessary work related cards at: ONE EYED JACKS-GREEN VALLEY 2823 N. GREEN VALLEY PKWY. HENDERSON, NEV. 89014 EOE HELP WANTED Wendy's Help Wanted New Store Opening at Warm Sprlngi/Eattern All ahlfta/FlexIble hours. No experience needed Interviews on site Monday-Friday, 8 AM-4 PM Shift managers with 1 + years of MQT. EXP. also welcome. EOE. Wendy's Help Wanted Outside maintenance positions available $4.75+/HR. DOE 1131 W. Sunset (near U.S. 95) IN GREEN VALLEY 451-7499 EOE CAFE SENSATIONS G.V. Cafe seeking full time expe. pantry cook. Kitchen supervisor position available bring references. Applications accepted In person M W F, 9 am to 11 am, 2-4 pm, 4350 E. Sunset #110 at Attiinean. Henderson. /ALLEY ^9C-TEMPS WC JOBS FOR TEMPS IMMEDIATE OPENINGS LABORERS-INDUSTRIAL JECRETARIAL-CLERICAl ALL AREAS NEVER A FEE JOB HOTLINE CALL NOW 24-HOURS 593-1968 MOBILE HOMES PAHRUMP 14x55 mobile home with add on, 1.1 acres, $35,000 PVH PZH, Realty Inc. 1-7270445. MH For sale, 2 br., 2 ba., double wide mobile home/lot Coronado Estates. 293-4578. MH Lake Mountain Estates, Drastically reduced, fabulous home with lake view, numerous amenities. Boulder Dam Realty. Call Pat, 293-4663. MH PAYMENTS UNDER $512/mo. with space. 3 bdrm., 2 ba., all appliances, nice family park in Henderson. Total price $21,000. Co-op 5953279. BC. MH PAYMENTS ONLY $566/mo. with space on this 24x65, 3 bdrm., 2 ba., nice family park. Boulder Hwy. and Russell Rd. Total price $16,500. Co-Op 5953279. MH GINGERWOOD Mobile home park Skyline 1440 sq. ft. 2 bdrm. 2 baths, two 8 X10 storage sheds, Ig. covered porch and patio, Ig. covered carport furniture negotiable ph. 293-5308 $43,500. BC MH REDUCED BELOW MARKET VALUE D.I. Mobile Home Park 1983 Doublewide/large private lot2 B/R, 2Bth, 1152 sq. ft. Like new, seller motivated $72,999. Liberty Realty, Edna Siedsma 566-9521. MH 11 2 bdrm., 1 ba.. Mobile Home, $600/mo., Iv. mesg. 564-5471. MH GINGERWOOD 55-IDouble wide 2 bdrm., 2 bath, appraisal $43,000. Sell $39,000. 293-7448. BC. MH DIME III Land and Mobile CHECK US OUT! Turn Key or Easy Living Close to Sam's Town, shopping and golf course. Land and Mobile in a 24 hr. secured Adult Park. Before buying come see the best! 2 B/2 Bth., 1460 SF w/a finished 40' Cabana Room with Spa off master bedroom, A/C heal, 60x100 ft. lot with a solar heated 32'x15' pool with child safety cover. Everything automated for year around ease. Great 11 'x 14' work shed for the doodler. Many, Many More amenities. Come check us out! Owners anxious to sell and will consider all offers. Asking price Si 10,000 4563844 for appt. MH 1974 SKYLINE 12X60 FULLY FURNISHED, 2 sheds, Eldorado Park, 700 Elm St. 8. Boulder Citv, 293-5986. BC. MH CONDO RENTALS UPGRADED Spy glass condo. Plush 2 bdrm., 21/2 bath, with washer/ dryer hookup, carport, viewof Lake Mead, $800 + dep. 294-0184 or 7960864. BC CR 2 BDRM., 2 bath. Evergreen condo. Nice area, fireplace, double carport, $600 +deposit. 294-0184 or 796-0864. BC. CR LA DOLCE VITA, 2 bdrm. Townhouse, no pets. $650 ma 293-1359. BC. CR BLDR. CITY, New2bd., 2 ba., pool/spa, cvrd. parkng. $700 + dep. ref. 293-7733/2151. BC. CR 2 bdrm., 2 bath, w/d, dishwasher. Neat $600. -fdep. 1 St & last. Morris, BC. 294-2224 or 2936534. CR 2 BDRM., 2 BATH, Fireplace, washer, dryer, carport, $650 + deposit 293-7664. BC CR SPANISH STEP, 2 Bdrm., 2 Bath, Luxury condo., great view. Jacuzzi tub, $800 mo. 1-602-345-7052. CR WANT TO RENT Want completely turn., rental Nov. through April. Snowbirds. Excel, refs. No smoke or pets. (503) 447-7887. RW .CLASSIFIED AD ROOMS FOR RENT WESTERN INN 921 Nevada Highway. Rooms & Kitchenettes for rent on first come, first served basis. Rates are from $115 to $165 per week depending on availability. Kitchenettes accommodate 1 or 2 persons only. No Pets. 294-0393. BC. RR Hend., beautiful, new, furnished, room & bath, in lovely private home with full house priv.; nice quiet neighbortiood. Mature, neat, lady only! $80/ wk., or $300/mo. Rent can be reduced in exchange for light housekeeping, call anytime, 566-9797. RR Henderson 3 bdrm., 2 ba., home to share. Full house privileges. $375 mo./utilities incld. Call after 4:30 pm, Fri.-Tues. all day Wed. & Thurs. 566-1118. RR Bedroom, Private Bath and private entrance. $330 mo./Bills paid. 5644830. RR55 Non-Smoking Gentleman, working or retired, must be neat, 564-6477 or 565-1600. Ask for Lois. RR20 Hend., Small Kitchen, Private Bath, Ent., Incl. phone, $350/mo. -ideposit. Employed, single, own transportation. 565-6331. RR 28 2 bdrm., 1 ba.,$600/mo. NO PETS. 564-5471 Iv. msq. HR COMMERCIAL RENTALS Warehouse/Office 3500 sq. ft. total will build to suit, immediate availability. References a must. Sunset road frontage. 564-4100. CO BRAND NEW! C2 office space, 2000 -isq. ft., $1500/mo. Call 2941080. BC CO OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT, 500sq.ft.. Prime Boulder City location, 294-0225. BC CO WAREHOUSE OFFICE IN Yucca Center, 1000 sq. ft. w/bathroom, utilities included. $400/mo. $100. deposit required. Call 294-0467, Mon.-Fri., 9am-1 pm. BC CO STORAGE FOR RENT All Sizes—Fenced Resident Manager Near Sunset Mountain Vista 458-3990 INDUSTRIAL & COMMERCIAL Warehouse & office. Apprx. 2000 sf. Excellent location, $1200 mo. Call 2930434. BC COMMERCIALllCOMMERCIAL LEASE II LEASE ********************** J RETAIUOFFICE SPACE K 2200 Sq. ft. Available. Can be divided. Terms negotiable. Call B C Adobe Realty 293-1707 ********************** CONDO SALES WEST TROP CONDOMINIUM. Quality and attention to detail are unparalleled in creating the life-style you deserve. Excellent one, two and three t)edroom floor plans starting from the high sixties, by the develop ers of Spanish Trails. Great financing available and our $100 a mile promotion is still in effect!!! So make a stop at West Trop. for details. On Tropicana 3 miles west of The Strip. 362-6280. •OWNER FINANCING* 2BD.,DEN-2CARGAR. Peppertree $92,500, 1 story 387-3878. CS 18 BUY OWNER FORMER MODEL. 2 bd. 2 bth, forever view. Peppertree $B2,500. Leave message 387-3878. CS 17 HENDERSON. $10,000 down-No Qualifying, immed. poss. $47,500 Total monthly payment $450 includes TX, INS., and condo fee-2 story, 3 bd., 1 1/2 Tiled baths & entry. Small fenced yard. 54-4284. CS59 HOUSE RENTALS Henderson Brand New Home in Palm Canyon, 3 bdrm., 2 ba., 2 car gar. $895 mo. Call Don 5643333. HR Lovely 4 bdrm., 3 ba., home ready for move-in. $950/mo. -t$900 security, call Donna at Century 21. IR Realty, 564-5142, NEARCOEURD'ALENE, Idaho, 1200 sq.ft., country home on fenced 10 acres. Barn w/stables, small garage & workshop. Covered RV parking. $700 mo. 1st & last, $400 deposit. Call for info. & pictures, 293-4767. 3 BR. 2 bath, 2 car gar., RV parking in private community. Avail. 12/1. $950 mo. 294-4300 for apt. BC HR Looking for special couple to rent spacious 3 bdrm. home, $850/mo., 433-6263. HR 52 FOR RENT 3 bdrm., 1 ba. duplex, $750 mo. Utilities paid. $250 dep. 565-8108 leave message. HR 57 2 BDRM., 1 1/2 BA., Garage converted to large family room, fenced back yard with auto sprinklers, excellent area. $750 per mo. plus dep. Call Al, Jensen's Realty 564-3333. HR64 3 bdrm., 1 ba., fenced yard, 42 Ocean St., Hend., $675/mo. 5646742. HR HENDERSON, BRAND NEW HOME, 3 bdrm., 2 ba., 2 car gar., no pets, details, 565-9437. HR FOR RENT 2 BDR. 1 bath, Central Air, All new inside & out. Fenced, Big storage shed. NonSmoker on Hqpi, $695 mo. 293-3968 Eve. 2937335 Day. BC HR BC HOUSE, 2 bdrm., 1 bath,cenfral A/C & heat. Quiet, laundry rm., 1 yr. lease, $695 mo. 2941444. Owner/Broker, BC. HR 2 bdrm., 1 ba.,$650mo. $500 dep. NO PETS Leave Msg. 564-1206. HR Clean 3 bd., 1 ba., established neighborhood. $675/mo. $500 dep. Avail. .11/15/94. 5656127. HR 3 BDRM., 1 BA., FENCED BACKYARD $650 MO. $600 DEP. 564-0147. HR 5 BEAUTIFUL 1861 sq.ft. residence in Key Largo with spectacular Lake view. Hardwood floors, desert landscaping, $ 1250 per mo. + deposit. 294-0323 or 293-2511. HR 3 BDRM., 1 1/2 BA., with large family room and storage, corner lot, central air and heat. No pets. $750 per mo. plus dep. Call Al, Jensen's Realty 564-3333. HR 65 2 bdrm., large fenced yard, refrigerator, stove. Sec. a OK $690 month, 435-8446. Large living room w fireplace, dining room, 2 bdrms., close to Gordan McCaw Elementary, quiet cul-de-sac, rent $690 mo. dep. refundable, call 435-8446. LAKE MTN. ESTATES Exceptional view of mountains & lake. Outstanding 2 bdrm., 2 bath, HUGE living room, 2 car garage w/work shop. 14 X 24 covered patio & deck. All appliances. Beautifully landscaped. Adults only. $945 mo. Please call 791-2011. Tuesday, November 8, 1994 Henderson Home News Page 17 • wmmmimimiim&m ISHff^gSB l vk mwmmmmmmmm'iii^iKmmmKmmsffiffmm wmmmmmmmm^mmmmmmlmimm APT. RENTALS LARGE 2 Bdrm. upper apt., good location, no pets, $500 mo. now avail. 293-3821. BC ""' ^^ TRIPLEX FOF Spacious 1 bdrm., clean, quiet, off street parking, all elec, stove, fridge, mature adults. Avail, now, $400-$425. No smoking, nopets,540-CEIm.2932010. For appointment. BC AR Furn. 2 bd. apt., very clean, water, garbage, furn., rels. needed. No pets. 565-6814. AR 21 For Rent. Unfurn. studio apt. in private home with private bath, kitchen, and entrance. Nr. Burkholder & Lake Mead Dr., Hend. $325/mo. incls. util., move-in with 1 st and last -f $200 cleaning dep. For more info. Iv. msg. 5982782 Mailbox. AR 22 Teddy's Kitchenettes, Just bring your toothbrush. Everything furnished. PH. 293-1716. APARTMENTS AS LOW AS $275 a Month furnished 564-6952 NICE STUDIO Combination kitchen, Iv. room, liadroom. Quiet, tree lined street near downtown. $330/mo. No pets please. Call 435-8446 Boxed Ads ^7^ per column inch per week APT. RENTALS WEEKLY KITCHENETTES. CALL 565-7929. AR FOR RENT: Kitchenettes $65 wk. Utilities paid. Shady Rest Motel, 5657688. Hnd. AR New 2 bdrm. 2 ba. Apts. Merlayne Villas, 417 Merlayne, $625, 5664190. AR Spacious 2 bdrm., 1 ba., w/d hookup, $485/mo. + dep., 565-4906. AR APARTMENT FOR RENT $295 MO/5656197. AR 1 FOR LEASE-2 bdrm. La Dolce Vila Condo, w/ private yd., Avail. Oct. 16. $725 mo. Owner licensee, call Cary at 2935599. BC AR Nice & cleaned furn., 2 bdrm. apt., avail, now. $600/mo. -Iclean, dep., 565-6814. AR Near Sunset and BIdr. Hwy., nice 2 bdrm. 1 ba., NO PETS $465/mo. plus dep. 566-6260. AR BC 2 bdrm. unfurnished, adult section, carport, $500 mo. 293-4832. BC AR BOULDER HILLS CONDO, 2 bdrm., 1 1/2 bath, all elec, split level, Irg. fridge, air & dishwasher, w/d, garbage & water paid. Pool, covered prk., 2 car, lease $650 mo. 1st & last, $400 deposit. No pets. 293-6335. BC. AR 2 BDRM. PARTIALLY Furn. apt. w/laundry facilities in B.C. Quiet & Ideal for Seniors $475 mo. + Sec. 361-8099. AR HENDERSON PLAZA APARTMENTS 2 bdrm. 1 ba., $460/mo. Pool, playground, free cable TV, free hot water, Close to schools & shopping, small community. 565-7512. DESERT GARDENS APT. 2 bdrm., 1 ba., washer hook-up. Storage. $200 off 565-9051 CASADE ALICIA ANDM&MIIAPT 1307 DARLENE WAY „ Boulder City (702)293-1615 When you lease.... Expect it! Featuring 1, 2, & 3 bedrooms, sparkling pools, small quiet communities. Professional & friendly on site management. ATLANTIC CITY APARTMENTS Clean, Quality 1-2-3 Bedroom Apartments in Henderson • Central Air & Heat • Appliances • Blinds • Carpets • Water Paid • Washer/Dryer Available Apartments are $410 & up per month, newly remodeled, spacious near schools, park & shopping. 565-7028 APT. RENTALS NEW KITCHENETTES, phone, satellite, maid service. STARVIEW l\^OTEL 293-1658. BC AR Apartment for Rent. 2 bedroom, all electric, $450.00 per month. Seniors welcomed! Call 565-8564. REAL ESTATE 2 BDRM. APT. stove, refrigerator, dep. refundable, no sec. dep. for senior citizen, Sec. 8 OK $445 mo. call 435-8446. CORNER COURT APARTMENTS 2 bdrm., 1 ba., near Basic High, $460/mo. plus security. Sec. 8 OK. NO PETS 737-9141 CHOICE MOBILE home/ building lots in Sandy Valley. 2 +/• acres ea. Power at the site, underground phone, paved and/or gravel roads. Seller offering good terms. Phone Grace, Century21 Money World, 593-7704 LO Boxed Ads 7' per column inch per weeh FINANCIAL SERVICES WE BUY MORTGAGES and Trust Deeds. Why wait for Monthly Payments? All Cash Now! Any size, highest prices pai^dl Call 1-800-2225199. FS36 MORTGAGES WANTED WE BUY MORTGAGES And Trust Deeds. Did you sell property? Receiving payments? Why wait! Fast. CASH NOW! Any size-Nationwide. Great Prices. Call 1-800-659CASH(2274) MC REAL ESTATE BC. 4 Bed. Family Home, Nicely upgraded. Bret 294-8482. Desert Sun Realty. BC RE BC ESTATE SALE, Lake View Manufactured home ONLY $88,50.0] BRET 294-8482 Desert Sun Realty. BC RE BOULDER CITY ESTATES, Must see! Beautiful 3 yr. old home in culde-sac, selling below cosL3190sq.ft.,4bdrm., 4-1/2 bath, 3 car garage, 190' golf course frontage, gazebo with fan, 40 X16' pool with diving board -ispa. B-Ball Court. Brick trim patios! Mature, low maintenance landscaping, storage and upgrades galore. Home Warranty] Reduced to $369,000.294-0440. NO BROKERS PLEASE. BC RE GOT A CAMPGROUND I^EMBERSHIPOr Timeshare? We'll take it. America's most successful resort resale clearinghouse. Call resort sales information Toll Free Hotline: 1-800-4235967. RE Without a good education [ would not be a doctor to help sick people, or a teacher to help children like me. 5111 irnuUArnei'ica nced.s moro .school.s thatencourufjeourchilrifen to fulfill their pt-omise KEEP THE PROMISE. For information on how you van help change the school.s in your fommunity. 11S TOLL FREE #1-800-553-8081 *** i wmmmmmmmmm wmmm mmm

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Page 16 Henderson Home News Tuesday, November 8, 1994 DOMESTIC HELP KIDS KLUB! before and after school for elementary age cfilldren. Transportation to and from school, nutritious snacks, recreation program. Phone 293-7773. DH HISHAND^EXTENDED DAY CARE. 2 Christian Women will care for your children in their home, Mon.-Fri, 6 am-6 pm. Ages 2 to 5. Will have preschool activities, $65 a chilD. Call 566-5068 lor more information. DH Loving Personal Care for your loved one. 5661935. DH PROFESSIONAL Ironing & Sewing. Free pick up & delivery lor Boulder City residents. 293-4200. BC. DH Babysitter needed in our GV home fvl-F, nonsmoker, must have own trans and local references. Call 295-0167 during day leave msg. DH NEED AN EARLY AM Babysitter? I will give your children T.L.C. in my home in the early A.M. 12 noon. Call 293-5486. BC. DH POSITION WANTED CNA experienced, private care, refs., Lanore 896-0811. PW BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES NOTICE TO READERS: The HBC Publications does not vouch for the legitimacy of items, jobs, or monoy-making opportunities advertised in this classification. We suggest you carefully evaluate such offers and not send money to these advertisers unless you are certain you know with whom you are dealing and you know all terms and conditions of the offer. BO SUNQUEST WOLFF TANNING BEDS. New Commercial-Home Units From $199.00. LampsLot ions-Accessories. Monthly payments low as $18 00.CallTodavFREE NEW Color Catalog. 1800-462-9197^ BO OWN YOUR OWN APPAREL OR SHOE STORE, CHOOSE: Jean/sporlswear, Bridal, Lingerie, Maternity, or accessories store. Over 2000 name brands. $24,900 to $36,900: Inventory, training, fixtures, grand opening, etc. Can open 15 days. Mr. Loughlin (612) 888-6555. BO SUNQUEST WOLFF TANNING BEDS, New Commercial-Home Units Irom $199.00. LampsLot iohs-Accessories. Monthly payments low as $18.00. CallToday FREE NEW COLOR Catalog. 1-800462-9197. 8061 Cleaning Franchise. WE INVEST IN YOU! ServiceMaster Targets Boulder City. One company believes that hard work should pay off. That's why, when you invest in a ServiceMaster franchise, we invest in you. We're the nation's largest professional cleaning company. And we provide the best training, the best equipment and the very best support, including national advertising. Get started with as little as about $8000 down plus working capital. Financing available. For free information, call 1-800230-2360. BO NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF CHRISTIAN CREDITCOUNSELORS SEEKS INDIVIDUAL TO OWN SATELLITE OFFICE (OR ADD TO EXISTING BUSINESS). COMPANY TRAINING. NEED OWN OPERATING CAPITAL. 1-60534^-1608. BO Cleaning Franchise BUILD A FAMILY BUSINESS. Let the ServiceMaster family help yourfamily start your own residential or commercial cleaning franchise for as little as $5955 down. Fortune service 500 company offering unique training and marketing support. Financing available. Call for a free brochure: 1-800230-2360. BO BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Office Cleaning Business. Gross $3K monthly/$36K yearly, Asking$16Kor$7.5Kfor partnership. 284-0184. BO 24 CAPITAL AVAILABLE FOR BUSINESS. Commercial and Venture Capital $25,000 Up. CALL 1-310-550-7142. BO 33 VENTURE CAPITOL SOURCES! For start-up businesses, growth, development, expansion. Call 1-903-784-1329. BO 34 SUNQUEST WOLFF TANNING BEDS. New Commercial-Home Units From $199.00. LampsLot ions-Accessories, Monthly payments low as $18.00. CaflToday FREE NEW Color Catalog. 1800-462-9197. BO 35 •INCREDIBLE BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY.' Looking for 5 positive outgoing people to position themselves in a wonderful, nutrition industry. No Exp. Nee. Call for more info. 263-0724. BO 51 HELP WANTED MOTEL MAID experience helpful. Immediate opening, apply in person, also laundry person PT. Best Western Motel, 85 W. Lake Mead Dr., Hend. HW WEEKEND BARTENDER 565-9959. HW VETERINARY ASSISTANT, part time position, duties include receptionist, technical & kennel work. Must be 18yrs. or older. 294-0001. BC. HW HOME TYPIST, PC users needed. $35,000 potential. Details. Call (1) 805-962-8000 EXT. B5695. HW DRIVERS: FLATBED 48 state OT R. Assigned new conventionals. Competitive pay, benefits, $ 1,000 sign-on bonus. Rider Program. Flexible time off. Call Roadrunner Trucking 1-800-8767784. HW IDENTIFICATION TECHNICIAN I. SALARY: $38,785.2744,409.13/year. REQUIREMENTS: High school graduation, or the equivalent, and two (2) years of experience performing technical and analytical work in processing crime scenes and collecting and preserving a vanety of evidence PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE MUST HAVE INCLUDED PERFORMING LATENT FINGERPRINT ANALYSIS AND QUALIFYING AS AN EXPERT WITNESS IN PROVING TESTIMONY IN A COURT OF LAW; OR any equivalent combination of closely related education, training and experience. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Possession of, or the ability to obtain, a Nevada driver's license, and maintenance of a satisfactory driving record. WHEfiE TO APPLY: City application AND supplemental application form forthis recruitment MUST be submitted to and received by the Personnel Department, Room 200, City Hall, 240 Water Street, Henderson, NV, 89015, no later than Monday, December 5, 1994, by 5:00 p.m., to be considered for this recruitment. NO APPLICATIONS WILL BE GIVENOUTAFTER4:00 P.M. ON THE CLOSING DATE OF THIS RECRUITMENT. Employment packet MUST be obtained from the Personnel Department; resumes only WILL NOT be accepted in lieu of employment application. HOURS OF OPERATION: Monay through Thursday, 7:30 a.m. to 5:30p.m. SMOKE-FREE WORK ENVIRONMENT. AN AFFIRMATIVE ACTION/EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. HW56 LICENSED LIFE & HEALTH AGENT NEEDED. Quality products, high commissions with advance before issue, lead system, and benefits (must qualify for advances/benefits). Call 1-800-252-2581. HW EKrCetlkM SiMdRd! FBIEIS DONT lEI FRIENDS DHIVE DRUNK HELP WANTED Carpet Cleaners Exp. and non-smoker preferred. Must have own transportation. 5646716. HW58 PROFESSIONAL DRIVERS NEEDED: TOP PAY TO RUN 11 WESTERN STATES. MUSTBE25YEARS OR OVER AND HAVE 2 YEARS' FLATBED EXPERIENCE. WE OFFER UP TO 26 CENTS A MILE, PAID VACATIONS, 8 PAID HOLIDAYS, EXCELLENT MEDICAL INSURANCE ON EMPLOYEE AND FAMILY, LIFE INSURANCE ON EMPLOYEE PROFIT SHARING, PLUS VERY LITTLE LAYOVER. ALL TRUCKS ARE 1992 AND NEWER, WITH 400 CATS & CUMMINS. CONTACT S.M.P. INC. AT (801) 374-0761. HW CITY OF BOULDER CITY ANI^OUNCES EXAMINATION FOR ACCOUNTING TECHNICIAN FILING DEADLINE: November 17, 1994,nolaterthan5p.m., Approximate hourly rate: $12.92. We are currently recruiting for the position of Accounting Technician. The purpose of this recruitment effort is to establish an eligibility list for a future opening. Duties may include, but are not limited to the following: ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Prior computer experience necessary, PC software knowledge of Word for Windows ahd Excel for Windows preferable. Compute and prepare the City's payroll and changes in an accurate and timely fashion. Prepares accurately the following reports; quarterly State Industrial Insurance System Report; quarterly Federal withholding tax report; quarterly State Employment Security Department report; monthly health insurance reports and checks; computes and prepares accurately the quarterly invoices for land sold by the City; reviews, calculates, and performs accurately all payroll adjustments; verifies room tax reports and remittance recei ved f rom hotels and motels In Boulder City; prepares bid forms for formal bids or proposals; serves as Secretary to the Finance Director/Real Estate Officer. Typing speed appropriate for the position (50 wpm); types budget. TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE: Any combination equivalent to an Associate Degree in Business Administration and three years of increasingly responsible experience in the maintenance of financial, payroll, and related statistical records. EXAMINATION PROCEDURES: A civil service examination will be conducted in accordance with the Civil Service Rules of the City of Boulder City and is tentatively scheduled for Wednesday, November 30, 1994, with an Oral Board Review to follow at a later date. Application forms and complete job description may be obtained between 7:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Thursday at City Hall, 401 California Avenue, Boulder City, Nevada. Completed applications along with a typing certificate must be returned to the above address. Those applicants meeting the requirements will be invited to continue in the examination process. AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. HW HELP WANTED PersonalCare Attend. No exp. nee. for handicapped male 3 days a week, 5 hours a day. Windmill/Eastern area, non-smoker. Call between 1 and 8 pm. 8966691. HW69 HELP WANTED, 2 Positions Available at Texaco Express Lube! We need a Cashier/Customer Service Representative to join our team. Some typing and computer skills required. If you enjoy working with the public, and have organizational skills, we have a place for you! Also we are looking for a lube technician. Experience preferred but not necessary. Applicants must be clean cut and able to work well with customers. If you want to work in the automotive field at a company that's a step above the competitors, apply in person at Texaco Express Lube at 3385 E. Russell Road, (at the Southwest Corner of Pecos and Russell in front of Von's) Las Vegas or call 434-6706. Ask forNeiL HW 78 EARN CHRISTMAS DOLLARS. Be a bellringer for The Salvation Army this season. All applicants must be energetic and an established resident of Henderson or Las Vegas. Seniors Welcome. For details 565-9578. HW45 BOBS ALL FAMILY RESTAURANT now hiring full time experienced cook. Apply in person. No Calls Please. 761 Nev. Hwy. BC HW LOOKING FOR EXTRA MONEY? ... BOULDER CITY NEWS is looking for newspaper delivery people. Only one day a week. Must be availablefor Thursday mornings & have adult supervision and transportation. Apply at the Boulder City News, 1227 Arizona St. or call 2932302. BC. HW NEW MEXICAN Restau-K rant & Cantina to open in Boulder City. Needs cooks, servers, bus boys, hostesses & bartenders, send resume to 12530 HespariaRd. Suite #201. Victor^ille, Calif. 92392. HW NOW ACCEPTING AP^ PLICATIONS: Cook/ Dishwasher, Day & nights. Clean appearance. Happy attitude a must. 512 Nevada Hwy. BC HW REGISTERED DENTAL HYGIENIST-Challenging career, available with a busy dental office i n Boulder City. Seeking an outgoing people person for a tremendous group of patients. Enjoyable working conditions, and a promising future. Hours part or full time. 2931437. BC. HW BAGGAGE HELPERS, Part time, Physical work. 434-6126. HW DRIVERS For baggage company, physical work. Call for more info. 4346128. HW WANTED 30 individuals to help The Salvation Army with its Christmas fund raiser. Must be energetic, and an established resident of Henderson or Las Vegas. Seniors Welcome. Contact: 565-9578fordetails. HW 44 HELP WANTED, Over 250 American Manufacturers need you to assemble products at home. Earn $252 to $620 weekly. Experience unnecessary. Start Immediately. Call 1-602-7642324. EXT. 470. HW60 BRIGHT BEGINNING. Neighborhood Welcoming Service has opportunities for out-going person to greet new home owners. Openings in sales dept. also. Call MELANIE 256-7782. SECURITY OFFICERS WELLS FARGO GUARD SERVICE. EMPLOYMENT OPENINGS IN HEND./G.V. AREAS. WE OFFER FLEXIBLE WORK HOURS, UNIFORMS PROVIDED, PAYED VACATIONS AND OTHER BENEFITS. APPLY Monday-Friday, 9 am to 3:30 pm. 3305 W. Spring Mountain. #66, Equal Opportunity Employer. CTI, Oneof thesouthwests largest bulk carriers is hiring drivers for the North Las Vegas terminal. Immediate employment if you meet DOT qualifications and: You are at least 25 years old t You have at least 3 years over ^ the road driving You have a good MVR record We offer good pay, xint. benefits Call 642-2122 for further Information or apply at 4145 N. Frehner, N. Las Vegas HEtP WANTED MECHANIC. Leam how to repair various types of Army vehicles. Over $770 per mo. to start, plus food, lodging and medical. Call 566-6254. ARMY. BE ALL YOU CAN BE. HW 3 Delivery Driver wanted. Apply in person btw. 1 p.m. and 5 p.m., 87 E. Lake Mead Dr., Hend. HW23 VOLUNTEERS NEEDED. The Salvation Army is in need of volunteers to help with its Christmas Fund Raiser. Help needed to staff Angel Tree, Pack Food Boxes, Bell Ringers and Office Support. Call Ruthann at 565-9578 for details. HW 46 HOUSEHOLD CLEANERS, days, M-F, no weekend or holidays, vacation, sick and holiday pay. GRIMEBUSTERS 798-1002. HW LIGHT DUTY MECHANIC Must have own tools, tow driving exp. helpful. NV. Drivers license. Apply in person. Auto Specialists, 705 Juniper. BC HW Unique Boutique in Fashion Show Mall, Las Vegas featuring womens casual clothing. Retail exp. desired, however outgoing personality is a definite plus. Call for inten/iew. 791-3661. HW P/T Telemarketer no sales. Finding locations for Vending &]uip. Base + Comm. Call Carol 5666525. HW LIGHT MECHANICAL Position & teachers aid at truck school. Pay $5 to $10 per hour, depending on mechanical ability. Call 293-7335, 8 am 5 pm. BC HW RETIRED PERSON For teachers aid & light Maintenance at truck school. Slow paced, low paying job helpingpeople we will tran. Call 2937335, 8 am 5 pm. BC HW TEXAS REFINERY CORP. Needs responsible person now in your area. Regardless of training, write C.E. Hopkins, Box 711, Ft. Worth, TX 76101. HW CNA POSITIONS For supplemental staffinc|. Good for varied shifts in Henderson & Boulder City. Call Mike at Staff Builders Medical Stalfings Services. 2810 S. Rainbow Blvd. Las Vegas, NV, 89102, 36411 59. HW NEEDED: Reliable men & women for Janitorial positions at Prestigious Chocolate Factory in Henderson. Commercial cleaning Exp. a Plus. Also need person with floor care (stripping/scrubbing and wax) exp. Full and Part time positions available on Grave/Swing shifts. Apply at 4055 Spencer Suite #124 LV, NV or Call 369-4549. ALWAYS CLEANING SERVICES. HW WANTED Cashiers, swing shifts and graveyard. Must be 21. Apply in person, 4190 E. Sunset, Green Valley Chevr on. HW Secretary and General Office position. Telephone and counter customer service, typing and computer exp. required, hours M-F 8 to 5. 5641480 ask for Bonnie, immediate hire. HW 48 Advertise in tlie NEWS KELP WANTED BLACK CANYON RAFT Tours is taking applications for cashiers/sale person, must be personable & dependable. Enjoy working with the public. 20 hrs. per wk. + wkends. Great fun job. Apply at Expedition Depot. 1297 Nv. Hwy. BC HW DIESEL/HEAVY EQUIPMENT MECHANIC Mechanic assistant for fueling & service. Salary negotiable by experience. 293-1818. BC HW Part time/Full time, janitorial help, will train, 5654750. HW HOUSEKEEPERS NEEDED Part time. Apply in person, Nevada Inn, 1009 Nevada Highway. BC HW Part time Clerical Help Needed for tax office, apply in person, 2541 Wig wam Parkway, Mon. thru Thurs., 11 to 6 pm. Senior encouraged to applv HW EXPERIENCE Not necessary. Prep cook. Apply in person. 2 Gals Restaurant. 1632 Nev. Hwy. BC HW ENGINEERING.Trainto build airfields, roads and bridges. Earn over $770 per mo. to start, plus food, lodging and medical. Call 566-6766. ARMY, BE ALL YOU CAN BE. HW LAKE MEAD RESORT Now hiring Maintenance Positions. Apply in person at 322 Lake Shore Rd. Equal Opportunity Employer, Authorized concessionaire of the NPS. HW Female wanted with telemarketing skills for insurance agent, 7337605. HW53 BARTENDERS, WAITRESSES & WAITERS, Quiet & sarene lounge & fine dining, exp. people w/knowledge of wines, must be over 21. Pick up applications 9 am-11 am, 2pm-5pm. M-F. Boulder Dam Hotel Restaurant & Lounge, 1305 Arizona St. Contact Chris. BC. HW POSITION AVAILABLE TO TALENTED, RESPONSIBLE, CHILD CARE ATTENDANT, MUST BE HS GRAD/ EQUIV., 17 YRS.OR OLDER. 564-8580. HW 2 HAIR DRESSER Must be professional and dependable. To apply, call Sheila 293-5636 293-4322 Hair station for rent, small, clean, full service salon. Call Lynette, 2937427. Leave message Choou Vour l>our. Your Income artd Your Rewardil AVON Maln Hottal (702)2S3-6170 Call Today! RESUMES Composed, Edited, Typed-Fast & Accurate BEE'S BUSINESS SVC. • DAILY 8-6 Sat. 10-4" 1400 Colorado, *C B.C. 293-5361 HOUSEKEEPER NEEDED Full-time/Part time $7 to $10/hr. GREEN VALLEY AREA 436-6404 4 WANTED: PROFESSIONAL HELP .W.IDG m 2(1 VKAR COMPANN SKKKINCJ EDlirATF.D, ARTiri'LATE INIIIV ini'AI.S TO CAIN PROKKSSIONAl. SK1LI..S WITH AN INTKRNATIONAI, ( • UND-RAI.SING CONSULTING FIRM! Mfi OFFBK • PAW TRAIN/SO • f'/ii.Vrt/JS HOUKS -7 DAYS A WEEK VOL riCK THE HOVKS COME JOIN OUR TEAM CALL JEANNE 565-4432 ********••***•* • •*••**•* SECURITY OFFICERS Needed for greater Henderson, GV area, FULL ^ TIME and PART TIME, flexible hours, homemakers, ^ students encouraged to apply. DOE, must be able ^ to obtain Sheriff's card, have dependable^ transportation & phone. Call ALLIED SECURITY, ^ 364-5774, Monday-Friday, 8:30-4:30 pm, 3355 ^ Spring Mtn. Rd., BIdg. C, Suite #256. EOE/M^ F/H-V. • FOODSERVERS/BARTENDERS Positive attitude and team spirit a necessity. Team oriented Individuals needed. Foodserversand Bartenders, apply in person with proper identification and necessary work related cards at: ONE EYED JACKS-GREEN VALLEY 2823 N. GREEN VALLEY PKWY. HENDERSON, NEV. 89014 EOE HELP WANTED Wendy's Help Wanted New Store Opening at Warm Sprlngi/Eattern All ahlfta/FlexIble hours. No experience needed Interviews on site Monday-Friday, 8 AM-4 PM Shift managers with 1 + years of MQT. EXP. also welcome. EOE. Wendy's Help Wanted Outside maintenance positions available $4.75+/HR. DOE 1131 W. Sunset (near U.S. 95) IN GREEN VALLEY 451-7499 EOE CAFE SENSATIONS G.V. Cafe seeking full time expe. pantry cook. Kitchen supervisor position available bring references. Applications accepted In person M W F, 9 am to 11 am, 2-4 pm, 4350 E. Sunset #110 at Attiinean. Henderson. /ALLEY ^9C-TEMPS WC JOBS FOR TEMPS IMMEDIATE OPENINGS LABORERS-INDUSTRIAL JECRETARIAL-CLERICAl ALL AREAS NEVER A FEE JOB HOTLINE CALL NOW 24-HOURS 593-1968 MOBILE HOMES PAHRUMP 14x55 mobile home with add on, 1.1 acres, $35,000 PVH PZH, Realty Inc. 1-7270445. MH For sale, 2 br., 2 ba., double wide mobile home/lot Coronado Estates. 293-4578. MH Lake Mountain Estates, Drastically reduced, fabulous home with lake view, numerous amenities. Boulder Dam Realty. Call Pat, 293-4663. MH PAYMENTS UNDER $512/mo. with space. 3 bdrm., 2 ba., all appliances, nice family park in Henderson. Total price $21,000. Co-op 5953279. BC. MH PAYMENTS ONLY $566/mo. with space on this 24x65, 3 bdrm., 2 ba., nice family park. Boulder Hwy. and Russell Rd. Total price $16,500. Co-Op 5953279. MH GINGERWOOD Mobile home park Skyline 1440 sq. ft. 2 bdrm. 2 baths, two 8 X10 storage sheds, Ig. covered porch and patio, Ig. covered carport furniture negotiable ph. 293-5308 $43,500. BC MH REDUCED BELOW MARKET VALUE D.I. Mobile Home Park 1983 Doublewide/large private lot2 B/R, 2Bth, 1152 sq. ft. Like new, seller motivated $72,999. Liberty Realty, Edna Siedsma 566-9521. MH 11 2 bdrm., 1 ba.. Mobile Home, $600/mo., Iv. mesg. 564-5471. MH GINGERWOOD 55-IDouble wide 2 bdrm., 2 bath, appraisal $43,000. Sell $39,000. 293-7448. BC. MH DIME III Land and Mobile CHECK US OUT! Turn Key or Easy Living Close to Sam's Town, shopping and golf course. Land and Mobile in a 24 hr. secured Adult Park. Before buying come see the best! 2 B/2 Bth., 1460 SF w/a finished 40' Cabana Room with Spa off master bedroom, A/C heal, 60x100 ft. lot with a solar heated 32'x15' pool with child safety cover. Everything automated for year around ease. Great 11 'x 14' work shed for the doodler. Many, Many More amenities. Come check us out! Owners anxious to sell and will consider all offers. Asking price Si 10,000 4563844 for appt. MH 1974 SKYLINE 12X60 FULLY FURNISHED, 2 sheds, Eldorado Park, 700 Elm St. 8. Boulder Citv, 293-5986. BC. MH CONDO RENTALS UPGRADED Spy glass condo. Plush 2 bdrm., 21/2 bath, with washer/ dryer hookup, carport, viewof Lake Mead, $800 + dep. 294-0184 or 7960864. BC CR 2 BDRM., 2 bath. Evergreen condo. Nice area, fireplace, double carport, $600 +deposit. 294-0184 or 796-0864. BC. CR LA DOLCE VITA, 2 bdrm. Townhouse, no pets. $650 ma 293-1359. BC. CR BLDR. CITY, New2bd., 2 ba., pool/spa, cvrd. parkng. $700 + dep. ref. 293-7733/2151. BC. CR 2 bdrm., 2 bath, w/d, dishwasher. Neat $600. -fdep. 1 St & last. Morris, BC. 294-2224 or 2936534. CR 2 BDRM., 2 BATH, Fireplace, washer, dryer, carport, $650 + deposit 293-7664. BC CR SPANISH STEP, 2 Bdrm., 2 Bath, Luxury condo., great view. Jacuzzi tub, $800 mo. 1-602-345-7052. CR WANT TO RENT Want completely turn., rental Nov. through April. Snowbirds. Excel, refs. No smoke or pets. (503) 447-7887. RW .CLASSIFIED AD ROOMS FOR RENT WESTERN INN 921 Nevada Highway. Rooms & Kitchenettes for rent on first come, first served basis. Rates are from $115 to $165 per week depending on availability. Kitchenettes accommodate 1 or 2 persons only. No Pets. 294-0393. BC. RR Hend., beautiful, new, furnished, room & bath, in lovely private home with full house priv.; nice quiet neighbortiood. Mature, neat, lady only! $80/ wk., or $300/mo. Rent can be reduced in exchange for light housekeeping, call anytime, 566-9797. RR Henderson 3 bdrm., 2 ba., home to share. Full house privileges. $375 mo./utilities incld. Call after 4:30 pm, Fri.-Tues. all day Wed. & Thurs. 566-1118. RR Bedroom, Private Bath and private entrance. $330 mo./Bills paid. 5644830. RR55 Non-Smoking Gentleman, working or retired, must be neat, 564-6477 or 565-1600. Ask for Lois. RR20 Hend., Small Kitchen, Private Bath, Ent., Incl. phone, $350/mo. -ideposit. Employed, single, own transportation. 565-6331. RR 28 2 bdrm., 1 ba.,$600/mo. NO PETS. 564-5471 Iv. msq. HR COMMERCIAL RENTALS Warehouse/Office 3500 sq. ft. total will build to suit, immediate availability. References a must. Sunset road frontage. 564-4100. CO BRAND NEW! C2 office space, 2000 -isq. ft., $1500/mo. Call 2941080. BC CO OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT, 500sq.ft.. Prime Boulder City location, 294-0225. BC CO WAREHOUSE OFFICE IN Yucca Center, 1000 sq. ft. w/bathroom, utilities included. $400/mo. $100. deposit required. Call 294-0467, Mon.-Fri., 9am-1 pm. BC CO STORAGE FOR RENT All Sizes—Fenced Resident Manager Near Sunset Mountain Vista 458-3990 INDUSTRIAL & COMMERCIAL Warehouse & office. Apprx. 2000 sf. Excellent location, $1200 mo. Call 2930434. BC COMMERCIALllCOMMERCIAL LEASE II LEASE ********************** J RETAIUOFFICE SPACE K 2200 Sq. ft. Available. Can be divided. Terms negotiable. Call B C Adobe Realty 293-1707 ********************** CONDO SALES WEST TROP CONDOMINIUM. Quality and attention to detail are unparalleled in creating the life-style you deserve. Excellent one, two and three t)edroom floor plans starting from the high sixties, by the develop ers of Spanish Trails. Great financing available and our $100 a mile promotion is still in effect!!! So make a stop at West Trop. for details. On Tropicana 3 miles west of The Strip. 362-6280. •OWNER FINANCING* 2BD.,DEN-2CARGAR. Peppertree $92,500, 1 story 387-3878. CS 18 BUY OWNER FORMER MODEL. 2 bd. 2 bth, forever view. Peppertree $B2,500. Leave message 387-3878. CS 17 HENDERSON. $10,000 down-No Qualifying, immed. poss. $47,500 Total monthly payment $450 includes TX, INS., and condo fee-2 story, 3 bd., 1 1/2 Tiled baths & entry. Small fenced yard. 54-4284. CS59 HOUSE RENTALS Henderson Brand New Home in Palm Canyon, 3 bdrm., 2 ba., 2 car gar. $895 mo. Call Don 5643333. HR Lovely 4 bdrm., 3 ba., home ready for move-in. $950/mo. -t$900 security, call Donna at Century 21. IR Realty, 564-5142, NEARCOEURD'ALENE, Idaho, 1200 sq.ft., country home on fenced 10 acres. Barn w/stables, small garage & workshop. Covered RV parking. $700 mo. 1st & last, $400 deposit. Call for info. & pictures, 293-4767. 3 BR. 2 bath, 2 car gar., RV parking in private community. Avail. 12/1. $950 mo. 294-4300 for apt. BC HR Looking for special couple to rent spacious 3 bdrm. home, $850/mo., 433-6263. HR 52 FOR RENT 3 bdrm., 1 ba. duplex, $750 mo. Utilities paid. $250 dep. 565-8108 leave message. HR 57 2 BDRM., 1 1/2 BA., Garage converted to large family room, fenced back yard with auto sprinklers, excellent area. $750 per mo. plus dep. Call Al, Jensen's Realty 564-3333. HR64 3 bdrm., 1 ba., fenced yard, 42 Ocean St., Hend., $675/mo. 5646742. HR HENDERSON, BRAND NEW HOME, 3 bdrm., 2 ba., 2 car gar., no pets, details, 565-9437. HR FOR RENT 2 BDR. 1 bath, Central Air, All new inside & out. Fenced, Big storage shed. NonSmoker on Hqpi, $695 mo. 293-3968 Eve. 2937335 Day. BC HR BC HOUSE, 2 bdrm., 1 bath,cenfral A/C & heat. Quiet, laundry rm., 1 yr. lease, $695 mo. 2941444. Owner/Broker, BC. HR 2 bdrm., 1 ba.,$650mo. $500 dep. NO PETS Leave Msg. 564-1206. HR Clean 3 bd., 1 ba., established neighborhood. $675/mo. $500 dep. Avail. .11/15/94. 5656127. HR 3 BDRM., 1 BA., FENCED BACKYARD $650 MO. $600 DEP. 564-0147. HR 5 BEAUTIFUL 1861 sq.ft. residence in Key Largo with spectacular Lake view. Hardwood floors, desert landscaping, $ 1250 per mo. + deposit. 294-0323 or 293-2511. HR 3 BDRM., 1 1/2 BA., with large family room and storage, corner lot, central air and heat. No pets. $750 per mo. plus dep. Call Al, Jensen's Realty 564-3333. HR 65 2 bdrm., large fenced yard, refrigerator, stove. Sec. a OK $690 month, 435-8446. Large living room w fireplace, dining room, 2 bdrms., close to Gordan McCaw Elementary, quiet cul-de-sac, rent $690 mo. dep. refundable, call 435-8446. LAKE MTN. ESTATES Exceptional view of mountains & lake. Outstanding 2 bdrm., 2 bath, HUGE living room, 2 car garage w/work shop. 14 X 24 covered patio & deck. All appliances. Beautifully landscaped. Adults only. $945 mo. Please call 791-2011. Tuesday, November 8, 1994 Henderson Home News Page 17 • wmmmimimiim&m ISHff^gSB l vk mwmmmmmmmm'iii^iKmmmKmmsffiffmm wmmmmmmmm^mmmmmmlmimm APT. RENTALS LARGE 2 Bdrm. upper apt., good location, no pets, $500 mo. now avail. 293-3821. BC ""' ^^ TRIPLEX FOF Spacious 1 bdrm., clean, quiet, off street parking, all elec, stove, fridge, mature adults. Avail, now, $400-$425. No smoking, nopets,540-CEIm.2932010. For appointment. BC AR Furn. 2 bd. apt., very clean, water, garbage, furn., rels. needed. No pets. 565-6814. AR 21 For Rent. Unfurn. studio apt. in private home with private bath, kitchen, and entrance. Nr. Burkholder & Lake Mead Dr., Hend. $325/mo. incls. util., move-in with 1 st and last -f $200 cleaning dep. For more info. Iv. msg. 5982782 Mailbox. AR 22 Teddy's Kitchenettes, Just bring your toothbrush. Everything furnished. PH. 293-1716. APARTMENTS AS LOW AS $275 a Month furnished 564-6952 NICE STUDIO Combination kitchen, Iv. room, liadroom. Quiet, tree lined street near downtown. $330/mo. No pets please. Call 435-8446 Boxed Ads ^7^ per column inch per week APT. RENTALS WEEKLY KITCHENETTES. CALL 565-7929. AR FOR RENT: Kitchenettes $65 wk. Utilities paid. Shady Rest Motel, 5657688. Hnd. AR New 2 bdrm. 2 ba. Apts. Merlayne Villas, 417 Merlayne, $625, 5664190. AR Spacious 2 bdrm., 1 ba., w/d hookup, $485/mo. + dep., 565-4906. AR APARTMENT FOR RENT $295 MO/5656197. AR 1 FOR LEASE-2 bdrm. La Dolce Vila Condo, w/ private yd., Avail. Oct. 16. $725 mo. Owner licensee, call Cary at 2935599. BC AR Nice & cleaned furn., 2 bdrm. apt., avail, now. $600/mo. -Iclean, dep., 565-6814. AR Near Sunset and BIdr. Hwy., nice 2 bdrm. 1 ba., NO PETS $465/mo. plus dep. 566-6260. AR BC 2 bdrm. unfurnished, adult section, carport, $500 mo. 293-4832. BC AR BOULDER HILLS CONDO, 2 bdrm., 1 1/2 bath, all elec, split level, Irg. fridge, air & dishwasher, w/d, garbage & water paid. Pool, covered prk., 2 car, lease $650 mo. 1st & last, $400 deposit. No pets. 293-6335. BC. AR 2 BDRM. PARTIALLY Furn. apt. w/laundry facilities in B.C. Quiet & Ideal for Seniors $475 mo. + Sec. 361-8099. AR HENDERSON PLAZA APARTMENTS 2 bdrm. 1 ba., $460/mo. Pool, playground, free cable TV, free hot water, Close to schools & shopping, small community. 565-7512. DESERT GARDENS APT. 2 bdrm., 1 ba., washer hook-up. Storage. $200 off 565-9051 CASADE ALICIA ANDM&MIIAPT 1307 DARLENE WAY „ Boulder City (702)293-1615 When you lease.... Expect it! Featuring 1, 2, & 3 bedrooms, sparkling pools, small quiet communities. Professional & friendly on site management. ATLANTIC CITY APARTMENTS Clean, Quality 1-2-3 Bedroom Apartments in Henderson • Central Air & Heat • Appliances • Blinds • Carpets • Water Paid • Washer/Dryer Available Apartments are $410 & up per month, newly remodeled, spacious near schools, park & shopping. 565-7028 APT. RENTALS NEW KITCHENETTES, phone, satellite, maid service. STARVIEW l\^OTEL 293-1658. BC AR Apartment for Rent. 2 bedroom, all electric, $450.00 per month. Seniors welcomed! Call 565-8564. REAL ESTATE 2 BDRM. APT. stove, refrigerator, dep. refundable, no sec. dep. for senior citizen, Sec. 8 OK $445 mo. call 435-8446. CORNER COURT APARTMENTS 2 bdrm., 1 ba., near Basic High, $460/mo. plus security. Sec. 8 OK. NO PETS 737-9141 CHOICE MOBILE home/ building lots in Sandy Valley. 2 +/• acres ea. Power at the site, underground phone, paved and/or gravel roads. Seller offering good terms. Phone Grace, Century21 Money World, 593-7704 LO Boxed Ads 7' per column inch per weeh FINANCIAL SERVICES WE BUY MORTGAGES and Trust Deeds. Why wait for Monthly Payments? All Cash Now! Any size, highest prices pai^dl Call 1-800-2225199. FS36 MORTGAGES WANTED WE BUY MORTGAGES And Trust Deeds. Did you sell property? Receiving payments? Why wait! Fast. CASH NOW! Any size-Nationwide. Great Prices. Call 1-800-659CASH(2274) MC REAL ESTATE BC. 4 Bed. Family Home, Nicely upgraded. Bret 294-8482. Desert Sun Realty. BC RE BC ESTATE SALE, Lake View Manufactured home ONLY $88,50.0] BRET 294-8482 Desert Sun Realty. BC RE BOULDER CITY ESTATES, Must see! Beautiful 3 yr. old home in culde-sac, selling below cosL3190sq.ft.,4bdrm., 4-1/2 bath, 3 car garage, 190' golf course frontage, gazebo with fan, 40 X16' pool with diving board -ispa. B-Ball Court. Brick trim patios! Mature, low maintenance landscaping, storage and upgrades galore. Home Warranty] Reduced to $369,000.294-0440. NO BROKERS PLEASE. BC RE GOT A CAMPGROUND I^EMBERSHIPOr Timeshare? We'll take it. America's most successful resort resale clearinghouse. Call resort sales information Toll Free Hotline: 1-800-4235967. RE Without a good education [ would not be a doctor to help sick people, or a teacher to help children like me. 5111 irnuUArnei'ica nced.s moro .school.s thatencourufjeourchilrifen to fulfill their pt-omise KEEP THE PROMISE. For information on how you van help change the school.s in your fommunity. 11S TOLL FREE #1-800-553-8081 *** i wmmmmmmmmm wmmm mmm

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Page 18 Henderson Home News Tuesday, November 8, 1994 REAL ESTATE WANT TO KNOW WHAT YOUR PROPERTY IS WORTH? Free market analysis. Call Roger 2932939 Realtorrx', Coldwell Banker/Anchor Realty. RE Oversized Country Kitchen, 3 bdrm fenced rear yard. Covered patio, under $85,000. Call Sandy 693-0391. Century 21 Henderson Reatty. RE River Landing home, double fireplace, covered patio, auto, sprinklers, vacant. Owner will help with financing. Call EInora 471-3389. Century 21 Henderson Realty. RE GOT A CAMPGROUND MEMBERSHIP OR TIMESHARE? WE'LL TAKE IT. AMERICA'S MOST SUCCESSFUL RESORT RESALE CLEARINGHOUSE. CALL RESORT SALES INFORMATION TOLL FREE HOTLINE; 1-800423-5967 RE LAKE VIEW LOT price forquick sale, $42,500 or offer 434-8209. BC RE REAL ESTATE 4 bdrm;, 2 bath, large country kitchen, huge 68 X 170 lot, quiet cul-desac street. Home warranty included. Please call 293-7197. BC RE BC Large Nearly New Home on 1/2 Acre View Lot. Room for RV's etc, Bret. 294-8482, Desert Sun Realty. BC RE BC NICE 3 Bed./2 Bath Lewis Home $139,500. BRET 294-8482, Desert Sun Realty. BC RE BC3 Bdrm. Lewis Home, Great Location. BRET 294-8482. Desert Sun Realty. BC RE REAL ESTATE FANTASTIC COUNTRY DOLL House. From the lacy curtains to the new carpet, to the country kitchen with a new garden window overthe sink. All appliances even a microwave. 1 car garage, with X-X storage & more!!! Fantastic price. 612 Ave F. Century 21 Action Network, Sandra 271-3277. BC. RE BC UNIQUE INCOME Properly, $1,575/month Gross income. Needs work. $75,000 FIRM. BRET 294-8482 Desert Sun Realty EXCLUSIVE. RE O Da^'win Bible Ideally 1520 Nevada Highway Boulder City, Nevada 89005 OARWIN BIBLE • RMI Estate Broker • (702) 294-1144 DARWIN'S AUCTIONS • NAA • (702) 293-3996 CELLULAR (702) 596-3996 • FAX (702) 293-7896 BOULDER Cmr "SLEEPER" Two lots (the size of four lots) (or tlie price of one. Over $300. foot of unobstructed view of Lake Mead from tfils hillside lot. Most site work Is completed. This Is the tiest buy In the area, if you are ready to build the home of your dreams or )ust looking for an excellent investment. Let us show you this outstanding buy. Listed at only $149,900. Darwin Bible Realty, 294-1144. CHECK OUT THESE SUPER BUYS NKAT & CI-KAN & OWNKR IS ANXIOUS: 3 BR'S, 2 BTH'S. ONLY 5 YKARS OI.U. ACT FAST ON THIS ONK! 4 BR'S, 2-1/2 BTH'S. 2,000 SQ. FT., SPA TOO! OWNERS ARK PACKINC;. (AI.K NOW! FRKSH ON MARKKT! 2 BR TOWNSITK. FIRST TIMK HOMKBliYKRS UKIJTK. fUnK AS A BUTTON! NKKD SPACK? MISSION HIM.S, 2800 SQ. F'T., 1 ACRE. BRINCi YOUR HORSKS. BKST PRICK IN ARF:A! FOR ALL YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDS, CALL US FRED & ELLIE KNAPP (702) 566-4500 or 564-1568 Mi9 W. iMke Mead Drive, Henderson, NV 89015 (Henderson Chiropractic Building), corner of Atlantic Don't Make a Move Until You Gall Me UN IQUE WATERSCAPED COMMUNITY — This stunning home is surrounded by babbling brooks, waterfalls and ponds of serenity. 2070 sq. ft. of luxurious living complete with 3 bedrooms, 2.5 balhs and 2 fireplaces. Professionally decorated and highly upgraded, this home has spectacular views of the walCr from the living room, formal dining room and master bedroom. This gated community is centrally locatca with easy access to the strip, airport, freeways and shopping. For your private showing call RON RASMUSSEN at 222-4949 or 458-8888. Americana Group/Belter Homes and Garden^. Offered at $225,000. N^J Ron Rasmussen Realtor 'You'll be glad fou did'' Call Ron.Tdday (702) 222-4949 irnoncQiKi ^WMH^^IP^S. Proven Success with Honesty & Integrity Office 458-8888 CALLCOLDWELLBANKER COLDWELL BANKER ANCHOR REALTY m 501 Nevada HiMy., Boulder City L] 293-5757" FREE! LIST OF ALL HOMES FOR SALE IN B.C. HOMES BOAT DEEP GARAGE 36x32 with workshop, laundry & 1/4 ba., 2 covcrad patios, lake view, 2172s.f., remodalad complete Including roof In 1993. Priced to sell by owner licensee. Call Katie for appt. CUSTOM HOME tri-level 4 bdrm., 3 ba. oversized garage, lake view, tip In living rm., tots of ceramic tile. $285,000. WHITE PICKET FENCE surrounds this lovely remodeled 4 bdrm. home on corner tot. RV parking In rear, ceramic tiled floors, free standing f/p in living rm. and lots more. Reduced to sell! $179,500. MOBILES/RENTAL PARKS VALLEY VIEW ESTATES 3 bdrm., 2 ba., covered patio, one year warranty. Home Is brand new! Price reduced! $69,500. CONDOS/TOWNHOUSES LEASE WITH OPTION! Spyglass unit has lake view, f/p In living rm., assumable FHA toan, 2 bdrm., 2-1/2 ba. See It now! $119,900. MANUFACTURED HOMES LEASE/OPTION 2 bdrm., 2 ba., 24x24 garage with carport, corner lot, lush landscaping. Owner licensee. Listed at $140,000. SELLER LISTED BELOW APPRAISAL and will finance this home! Lake view, 3 bdrm., 2 ba., 2 car garage, RV parking, fam. rm. w/flreplace $227,500. SOUTHWEST STYLING, 3 bdrm., 2 ba., family rm., formal dining, pool and more. Lease wHh option to purchase. Owner Licensee. $240,000 LARGE TWO BDRM., 2 ba., large wrap around porch partly covered, •nctosed carport, RV parking. $149,500. LARGE 4 BDRM., new roof, 2 patios, 3 sheds, covered parking, fenced yard, family rm., lush landscaping. $99,500. THREE CAR GARAGE wHh 1/4 ba., covered RV stall, 2 bdrm., family rm., forever lake view. $197,500. INTERIOR DESIGNERS HOME shows like a model, 2 bdrm., den, covered parking, large tot, f/p In L/R. Great price. $154,900. GREAT PRICE for this 1826 s.f. home with 2 car carport, large covered porch, 3 bdrm., 2 full baths plus family room. $154,00a RETIREE'S OR 2nd home, 2 bdrm., 2 bath, 12 x 32 garage plus 2 car carport Large corner tot with parking In rear of home. $129,500. LARGE LOT • tots of parking, view of mtns., 2 bdrm. 4 den, storage, covered porch. $172,500.00. BUSINESS A COMMERCIAL RESTAURANTLocated on Nevada flwy., longest established in Boulder CHy. Price kichide* fixturee & signs. $185,000. iSi eiOSO Cotdawl Bwlw RoldantW AMI EXaM. An Equal Oppoflunty Cornptny. Equ^ Houdng Opponunly. Som* ODIOM Mtpcndcnlly Omrwd and Oparaiwt REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE CUSTOM HOMES Larry Clouse (General Contractor Lie. #27343). Will design homes to suit your lifestyle. Also we have construction money available. Phone 293-1893. O^ltfUQ^ 21 JR Realty again—top producer for October PRICE SLASHED!! Highland Hills beauty, 3 Bedroom, 2 bath with brick fireplace, RV/Boat parking, mature landscaping. Priced to SELL AT $95,000. WOW. GRACE CARROLL 564-5142 or 566-9100 REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE BOULDER CITY COTTAGE Corner of Ave L & Wyomir)g-2 bedrm., Ige. living rm., cozy fireplace, roofed patio, garden, frulttrees, grape arbor, fenced back yard & room for expansion, stove, fridge, new roof, new carpet, gas furnace, cooking & morell Must Seell Only $99,000. CALL NOW-564-4000-GLOBE REAL ESTATE DESERT @ SUN REALTY [^ r CALL 24 HRS. FULLTIME (702) FULL8ERVICE I 293-2151 SINCE 1979 1000 NV Hy, 101, Boulder City FIXER-UPPER: near Lake Mead, price just reduced below appraisal to $93 500! GORGEOUS LAKE VIEW: 1600 S.f. luxury townhouse, $129,900. I VIEW LOT: Unique private 1 acre for I your estate or subdivide. Incredible Lake Mead Panorama for| $543,000. BEAUTIFUL Home in Lakeview area I with Pool/Spa, Quiet Location. RV parking. $229,000. GREAT NEIGH BORHOOD: 3 Bedroom Lewis Home, covered patio with spa, many extras. Call now. HILLTOP CUSTOM: Family home on 1/2acre, nearly new, $325,000. I CAREER OPPORTUNITY: 100% | Broker training, backup & support, 22 years local track record, community involvement, ethics { & professional standards. We will consider one/two new licensees; possibly one/two experienced agents if you demonstrate professional growth. Let's meet. Call BOB BOSTON owner-broker, in confidence at 294-2627 only. Henderson Realty, Inc. "The Property People" 18 Water Street 564-2515 Call now for new home Infonnatlon! JUST LISTED 553 Barrett 518 Landmark CUSTOM-HENDERSON 121 W. Highland 210 Oaaart Rote 141 W. Kimberly 842 Park Lane 408 Kiel SUMMERFIELD 1440 Chestnut 527 Inness QREEN VALLEY 2242 Wind! or CQNDOS/TOWNHOMES 115 Van Wagenan 550 Kristin Lena 565 Kristin Lane 4008 Grosmar* UNDER S100.000 lOLowery 472 National 414 Ball 234 Mayers 238 Mayers 223 Concho 406 Bottiebrush LAND & COMMERCIAL 2.67 Acres, Logandaie 0.6 Acre, Saarchlight 0.5 1 Acra Near Hand. 7 E. Lake Mead Dr. Motal-Searchllght 1.21 Acres, Commercial Lot—Eastern & Lake Meed 611 Cherry 221 Fullerton CAUCO AREA 1173 Calico Ridge 1021 Geranium 1132 Broken Hills 1035 Golds Way 821 Sandsprlngt 10Q,0OQ-t14Q.QW 136 Starling 714 Skipjack 570 Junabug 128 Haxham 733 Strawberry 1433 Garden Gate INVESTMENT 801 Palo Varde Dr. 334 Tungsten 117AUantic LAS VEGAS 4299 Chrysaiis 5365 Chestnut 5375 Chestnut 3645 Winner Dr. 1280Jarbrldge 4035 Autumn MANUFACTURED HOMES 506 Tropaz 1132 Pawnee Lane 440 Waterspout, Searchlight, NV Onlu9^ ei W2 C*mury 2t Rul EfUM Coiporaion m IIUMM IOI Ih* NAF • and ^ trd*mrt(t of Cnlury 21 RMI Ettala Cwporabon /V EQUAL EACHOFFCEIS ^> RiBSNG INDEPENDENTLY OWNED —J OPPOfilUNITY ANDOPERATHD. i5) I DICK BLAIR REALTY 833 NEVADA HWY.. BOULDER CITY 1^1 (702) 293-2171 tS) Pilly (iulTty-Spctr. Andrea Anderion... Rhonda .SIrdgc KIcli Moynlhin .... 3-te75 .293-32U 2M-7975 ..293-lSe2 AhTER HOURS CALL Bob Blair, Broker 293-2049 Cindy Bandy 294-2919 Nancy Murphy 293-3292 Bkki Reuc 294-125t Marianne lloUhauitr 294-235 Serving Boulder City Since 1968 HOMES FANTASTIC HOME WITH ONE OF THE BEST LAKE VIEWS IN BOULDER CITY. Over 3600 sq. ft., 25x53 great rooin, gourmet kitchen, 2/3 acre lot with 30x30 garage. PRICE JUSTREDUCEDTO$495,000 (Below appraisal). OLDER HOME IN GREAT AREA, 2 bdrm., 1 bath block const, wllh detached 1 bdrm., 1 bath guest house. Low malm, yard with lots of parking & workshop. NOW PRICED AT $110,000. BRAND NEW HOME IN NEW AREA -1,466 sq. ft. of luxurious II vingi 3 bedrooms, 3 balhs, 2 car gar. PRICED TO SELL $189,900. BEAUTIFULCUST0MH0MEESTATE-on2acres. 5 bedrms., 4 baths, 2 car attchd. gar., 6,136 sq. ft., PLUS OVER 3,000 sq. ft. In detached gar., with workshop AND MOTHER-IN-LAW QUARTERS $1,199,000. SUPER UKE VIEWil On a quiet cul da sac. 3 bedroom, 3 1/2 baths, 2 story. Just listed at $299,900. HISTORICAL HOME! Charming Red Brick, hardwood floors, F.P. FINISHED BASEMENT, RV Parkg., large rear yard, greenhouse, 2 bedrms., 2 baths. $189,500. Enjoy VIEW OF UKE MEAD from this beautiful home In Water's Edge development! 3 bedrms., 3 bathe,2car gar, patio. OFFEREDFOR$199,000.00 EXCELLENT VIEW OF LAKE MEAD from Patio of this SUPER SHARP CUSTOM 3 bedrms., 2 bath, den, LARGE GOURMET KITCHEN/FAMILY ROOM. Lots of RV Parkg., 12' x 12' workshop. 2,365 sq. ft. at only $275,000. CUSTOM RUSTIC RANCH STYLE HOME —4 bdrms.lhs, lots of wood, tile A brick, POL & SPA, 4lh bedrm. w/balh, perfect for mother-in-law $205,000. CONDOMINIUMS & TOWNHOMES REGATTA POINTE— SUPER SHARP 2 bedrms., 2 bath, 2 car gar., with built In cabinets, on cor. lot Privalarearyardw/cov.pallod fruit trees. $178,500. MODULAR HOMES WITH LAND Near Boulder City Golf Course Low maint. modular home 2 bdrms., 2 balhs, covered prkg., workshop & Stg. area, 1,440. sq. ft. $90,000. IN CORONADO ESTATES—1979 SherwoodManor, by Silvercresl — 24'x52', 2 bedrms., 2 bath. Price Reduced, $89,500. MOBILE HOMES IN PARKS MUST SEEM 1977 Champion, 12' x 56' 2 bdrms., 1 bath, FURNISHED. Priced at appraisal $16,000. SILVERCR EST Modular home near Black Mtn. Golf course. In adult park. 24' x 40', 2 bdrm. 2 baths, $50,000. REDUCED FOR QUICK SALE—1978 TITAN, 14'x66' with 8'x20' addition. 2 bedrms., 2 baths, $24,500. IN GINGERWOOD — screened In patio EXCELLENT COI DAY!! obile Home with 2 balhs, Carport. $26,000. SEE IT TOCORNER LOT IN GINGERWOODVery nice 12x62 w/7x10 slide out. 2 bdrm., 13/4 bath plus workshop and shed. $25,000. IN GINGERWOOD-1977 FUGA 24'x40' 2 bedrms., 2 baths, CLEAN & NEAT. PRICED TO SELL AT $27,900. IN B.C. MOBILE HOME PARK 2 bedrms., 1 bath, covered patIo, Stg. area. Shed, Refrlg., washer/ dryer. $11,500. JUST USTED IN GINGERWOOD-1974 WILSHIRE-2 bedrms., 1 bath, RECCENTLY RE-DECORATED! PARTIALLY FURNISHED $29,500. LAND 2f acres with SPECTACULAR VIEW of Mountains PRICED AT APPRAISED VALUE $230,000. HIGHWAY FRONTAGE —1.68 ACRES Zoned C-2, Excellent location. Two side-by-slde lots with over 300 feet of frontage. $650,000. RENTALS 4 bdrms., 2 baths, 2 car gar., nice yard AVAIL. DEC. 2,1994 call for appt. $950. 3 Bedrms., 2 bathe, large rear yard, AVAIL DEC. 14, 1994. $1,100 Inclds. landscape service. 4 Bedrms., 2 1/2 baths, 2 car gar. ALL NEWLY REMODELEDINSIDE & OUT. AVAIL NOV. 1 approx. $1,300.00. NICE UPGRADED CONOO-2 bedrms., 2 balhs, all appl. Incl. W/D, 2 carports. Ground floor $650. AVAIL NOW. Stop by and pick up your FREE CURRENT LIST OF PROPERTIES AVAILABLE FOR SALE TOLL FREE! l-8fNK52l910 Ext. E4I SINCERITY AND INTEGRITY IS OUR SPECIALTY REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE OWNER MUST SELL THIS DOLL HOUSE FIT FOR A QUEEN. IMMACULA TE GREEN VALLEY HOME WITH UPGRADES GALORE! CULDE SAC LOCATION. 113SSQ. FT. WITH 2 LARGE MASTER SIZE BEDROOMS, 2 FULL BATH, FABULOUS FIREPLACE IN LIVING ROOM,GREAT KITCHEN WITH EAT-IN NOOK, INSIDE lAUNDRY AREA, COVERED PATIO AND 2 CAR GARAGE... COMMUNITY POOLS. ASKING $103,950. CALL ROBIN @ 496-5125. RANCHO VISTA REALTY Advertise in the News EARLY HOLIDAY SALE RKDLCED $IO,000-(;olf Course View Don't walk-run, run to the telephone to arrange to see this beautiful custom home-Just eompicted this year. 2 story approximately 2600 sq. n., 4 bdrm., I bdrm. down, .1 full balhs, 2 tar Karagc + iarge bonus room-country kitchen, walk-in pantry, covered patio + much more. 5 YKARS YOUN(;-Rivcrl,andin({Beauty-freshly painted i bdrm., 2 bath home w/walk-in closets-2 car garage, French doors. Shows pride of ownership-oniy $109,500. ROOM FOR EVERYTHINCJ-Zoned for horses, approx. 1/2 acre corner lot-block wall fenced back portion-fruit trees-J bdrm., 2 bath, 2 car garage-great room w/firepiace-iarge country kitchen. $1.12,500. ASK FOR lUNE KOZIK—564-5142 rg JR Realty Buying? Selling? Relocating?,1„^ Insist on Henderson's Finest Is) OntuQc '2\ Henderson Realty 18 Water St. j# Henderson, Nv. 89015 (702)564-2515 "Eliibra TIedemann • Page 471-3389 Safidra Mosser Page 693-0391 Banner Realty Experience tlie Difference! Call 294-1500 RESIDENTIAL IMMACULATE 4 Bedroom In Marina Highland Estates, Lake & Mtn. view. Priced for QUICK SALE $219,000. IMMEDIATE MOVE IN TO SPECTACULAR LAKE MEAD VIEW HOME. 4 bedroom, 3 car garage. Brand new single story. Truly a must see. $525,000. LARGE CUL-DE-SAC LOT W/RV PARKING. Walk to schools and City recreation area. 3 bedrooms, 2-car garage. Asking $210,000. EXQUISITE LAKE MEAD VIEW. Owner built with attention to detail. 4 bedroom, 4 1/2 bath, 5 car garage. REDUCED TO $665,000. CUSTOM TRi-LEVEL, 2 living rooms, 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, oversized 2 car garage with RV parking. Pride of ownership. Reduced to $295,000. COUNTRY HOME & GUEST HOUSE, 7 Car Garage on huge lot. 4 bedrooms, Format Dining, 3 fireplaces. Horse barn and corrals & more. $495,000. SPECTACULAR LAKE MEAD VIEW. Curved stairway enhances open floor plan. Lake or mountain views from all rooms. Large 3 bedrooms, 3 bath, 3 car garage. Fountains, 3 fireplaces, and superb quality throughout. $895,000. PALATIAL ESTATE—On 2 acres—10,000 sq. ft. under roof, pool & horses, separate guest house—41,985,000. CONDOS AND TOWNHOMES QUICK MOVE-IN. New construction. Lake Mead View fQ^]#RI|ilna|C^ve Townhome. Custom featM^taUtlrle/nns, 3-1/2 baths, 2-way fireplace, bonus room. $219,000. EASY QUALIFYING. Owner will carry. NEW & ready to move In. Custom townhome with Lake Mead view. 3 bdrms., 3-1/2 baths, 2 car garage. $235,000. LAKEMEAD VIEW. New townhome, 2110 sq. ft., 3 bedroom, 3-1/2 bath, 2 car gar. Rental at $1600 4security deposit. LAND PRIME LOT IN HISTORIC DISTRICT, Good traffic. Seller financing considered. AWESOME LAKE VIEW IN QUIET AREA, 2/3 ACRE. Ready to build. Only $275,000. GREAT COMMERCIAL location In Old Town Boulder City—OWC—$79,500. 1/4 ACRE CORNER LOT in Custom Home area $99,000. MOUNTAIN VIEW Lot in Custom Home Area— $95,000 OWC. MOUNTAIN VIEW HORSES—1 acre— Won't Last At $89,900. COMMERCIAL/PROFESSIONAL—YOUR CHOICE! 1.0 acre, 3.45 acres, 4.45 acres or 5.63 acres, starting at under $4.00/sq. ft. Owner financing considered. 2.5 ACRES—Great buy in SW Las Vegas. Reduced to $60,000. COMMERCIAL & BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY TURN KEY OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOU! Restaurant In Historic Downtown Boulder CKy. Land, buikJIng, equipment, furniture and fixtures. Gail 294-1500 for appointment. TAKING RESERVATIONS for Offtee/Warehouse, CM zoning. Only 12 units available. Exclusively with Banner. Call now. liduidtT ( ily • l.its \i)>as 7(I9A Vuiia St. t()ul(itr( il\.Ni>iifl.iSW()5 h Veterans Memorial Wall, Civic Plaza dedicated Friday r.iuc M) Thursday, November 10, 1994 Mitchell elected constable 66 4 BftV niCROFlLM 1115 APQ'JE: ft'-'^• SUNNYVftLE. Cft ^WSfc 2S* Thomas Moore News Staff Happy. Very happy, actually, is how Earl Mitchell described hi s feelings afler winning the race to be Henderson's new constable. Mitchell received 13,848 votes, 57%; Dale Stoddard garnered 10,447 votes (43%). But it took a while before he found out he was successful. Mitchell said he didn't find out for sure that he had won until late Tuesday night, early Wednesday morning. "I had a party going on at my house and we were watching the results," Mitchell said. "At about 11 o'clock, the votes seemed to stall. I was already 1,495 votes ahead. But there were still enough votes leftthatcouldhavesvritched it. "So the numbers stalled for a good few hours, and so it was pushing midnight before I found outlhaditby 3,400 votes.'*Despite the news, Mitchell said it took him until this morning for the feelings to really hit home. "Fm more jubilant this morning that last night." Mitchell credited God, the people of Henderson, his family and his supporters for the win. He claimed in the weeks nmning up to the election, he raised the intensity of his campaign and spent more time getting out and meeting the people. "I said I wasn't going to underestimate Stoddard. ..." Mitchell said. "And I went out and met the people. The people really want to meet the candidates no matter whether they are running for constable or the Senate or any office." Mitchell said when he starts in January, he is going to begin by training the new deputy constables whom he plans to hire before he takes office. Porter defeats Wiles for state Senate 1 Kathy Strecter News Staff Writer Brian Jones/News Staff ELECTION DAY — Derik Card, a fifth grader at Dooley Elementary School, rides his bike past a poll after school on Tuesday. Voters approved Part A of the school bond question, but narrowly defeated the second part. Republican Jon Porter will represent Boulder City, Henderson and the rest of District 1 as state Senator — a seat he said was wonby"alotof people working hard." Porter overcame his Democratic opponent, John Wiles by 7,292 votes. Porter drew 14,263, or 67.2%, while Wiles received 6,971 votes, or 32.8%. Porter said he was surprised by the election results. "You never really know," Porter said. "We knocked on so many doors. People were very concerned about the future of the state. I would say they voiced that concern at the polls. You never know how people are going to vote. I am also very humbled by it. It comes with great responsibility." Porter said he was surprised by the number of Republicans elected yesterday, but sensed during the campaign that people wanted a change. "I thinkitwasavotefor change. A vote for traditional values and a conservative approach to government. I think it was a vote for people to work together," Porter said. He said he hopes to represent the district as well as former Sens. Jim Gibson and Hal Smith. "They were real statesmen, I hope to fill those shoes," Porter said. "I look forward to working with all the communities as I have in Jon Porter the past," Porter said. "I want to continue to work with those who showed interest in the campaign. I hope they continue to bring their thoughts and ideas to me. We will try to make a difference." He said his first goal includes taking a look at the state budget "I want to review the budget and take a look at our financial stability," Porter said. "I want to see where we are financially and set some priorities." Porter said his wife and family helped his campaign immensely. "Without their patience and hard work and understanding, this would not be possible either," Porter said. John Wiles was unable to be reached for comment on the outcome of the election. Tiffany easily returns to Assembly Kathy Streeter News Staff Writer Burr retained as Henderson JP Thomas l\^oora News Staff Writer The resounding win of Justice of the Peace Rodney Burr over his opponent Donald Lee was confirmation. Burr felt, that Henderson likes what he's been doing. "I think it reflects the fact that they are happy with the job I've been doing," Burr said. If the election numbers are any indication, the people are very happy. Burr got 16,876 (72.6%) votes while Lee received only 6,378 (27.4%) votes. "Words can't express it," Burr said about what those numbers mean to him. "Fm extremely pleased with the show of support I received from the voters." Because Burr's court is part of INSIDE Family Folklore at Museum r.moi.1111,1, 111 Smits joins "NYPD Blues" l\' New ^ iiiMd Editorials Happenings ; Senior News. Movies Sports Lifestyles Your Health Family History. Horoscope 4&5 9 7 10 15 B2 B5 B8 816 VoHKm 45. Wi EaUon H.B.C. PuMlcationt PC Box 90430 HMMtoraon, NV NOOe (702) 664-1U1 Clark County government His office's computers are tied into the county's and so he was watching the results as they were being tabulated. He said he started out well in the race and the numbers remained constant all evening. "We are piped in here at the courthouse," he said. "And from early in the evening, it I had a 73% to 26% lead and it really didn't change throughout the night." But despite the fact that the lead was nairroringhisprimary results and people were telling him he was going to win, he still felt anxious about the race. "In spite of the fact that I was getting good feedback, I would ask people and get good feedback. Voters Roy Thaiss News Staff Writer Clark County voters said Tuesday they want a better education but not with their money. The two-part school bond question was split with 64.7% of the voters approving the $605 million bond which would not raise taxes. But when it came to the second part of the bond which would have generated an additional $300 million and would have cost homeowners $39 more a year in taxes (on a $100,000 home), the voters narrowly defeated it with the No vote totalling 50.2%. The final numbers were 137,719voters approving part "A" and 75,089 opposing it. For part "B," 106,359 people voted yes while I had butterflies. I don't think you would be human if you didn't," Burr said. Being a judge is unlike other elected positions. There is no big agenda a judge can promise during elections because the judge must interpret the law. However, Burr did say he would continue to emphasize the theme he spelled out in his campaign. Namely Uiat Justice Court is often the only contact most citizens have with the justice system. "It's important, number-one, to have someone who is in touch with the people and can administer justice in a fair manner," Bunsaid. "And secondly, if you don't, word gets out It's not uncommon to see judges not get selected." "I'm extremely pleased with the show of support I rec&ved from the voters" Rodney Burr Because of the election. Burr will occupy Justice Court and will not face another election for another six years. "Thank God," he said. Burr said because that is such a long time away, he could not predict wether he would try to run again. Sandra Tiffany retained her District 21 state Assembly seat and will return to the legislature as the only Republican incumbent from Clark County. Tiffany finds herself in a position of leadership after Tuesday's election. Eleven Republicans were elected to the Assembly from Clark County and 10 from Northern Nevada. "Because I'm the only Republican incumbent in Clark County, it puts me in a position for a good chair or leadership position," Tiffany said. She said she was surprised by the number of seats now held by Republicans. She was up the entire night watching the results come in and fielding phone calls related to the legislature's future leadership. "I predicted 18 [Republican] seats, but to take 21 surprised me,"TiflFany said. "Shirley Walker [of Churchill] was the swing vote, and that was not decided until 3 a.m." Republicans now hold 22 of 42 Assembly seats. Sandra Tiffany Tiffany beat her Democratic opponent, Kathy Hamey by 2,875 votes. Tiffany received 8,538 or 60.1% of the vote, while Hamey received 5,663, or 39.9%. Tiffany attributed her win to a grass roots campaign and a good record from her previous term. See Tiffany Page 11 II 't want to pay for education 106,117 opposed raising taxes. Superintendent Brian Cram said the school district had to overcome insurmountable odds to get both bond questions approved. He said experts initially told the district the bond would not pass because of the negative climate. "We knew this was David and Goliath and we were working against a very strong headwind but this shows me the community can come together and support a very important issue and will come together for the next one." Cram said the overall negative political campaigning in all the races adversely affected the school bond. "We need to keep proper perspective. All the political races were confrontational and there was a lot of mudslinging and it made it a little tougher to achieve our goal. It placed the voters in a place where they didn't like anything." He added that he was gratified that part "A" passed with such high numbers. Part "B" came within 800 votes of passing. "We missed that milestone. The good news is in this terribly negative climate, we did very well. "We know we can pass part "B" and I hope we go back as soon as possible." Cram said the district just fell a little short "We just ran out of gas. If we had two more weeks, if had a few more workers. I think it's a matter of not coming far enough." Cram is the first to realize tackling the issue of building enough classrooms and bringing older schools up to par with new schools is not over. "We have to wash ofTthe school bus and gas it up and we're going to finish the final third of this journey as soon as we can." The $605 million bond is expected to rehabilitate 71% of the older schools. If the additional $300 million bond passed, 100% of the older schools needs would have been accommodated. Concerning new schools, the $605 milUon will build 25.5 schools (includes completing schools built with the 1988 bond) but that is 13 schools less than what is needed just to keep pace voth the growth in the valley. Cram conceded misinformation about the last bond was an obstacle the district had to overcome. "We were talking about apples and oranges and it took a long time for the public to realize that." Critics of the last bond complained the school district did not build 20 schools it had promised with the bond money. Due to numerous circumstances, the number of new schools were reduced, the district admits, but they did build 85% of the seats they had anticipated. "I think toward the end of the campaign, people started getting past the misinformation and the negativism and started focusing on the issues. It carried us as far as we could go." ^ See SdKxMs Page 11 PMiiliMilMliliiil HP