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1994-12-06 - Henderson Home News

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1994-12-06 - Henderson Home News
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Theiss, Roy ( Columnist )
Streeter, Kathy ( Columnist )
Bowman, Bill ( Columnist )
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i IVF^ mmmmm Page B20 Henderson Home News, Boulder City News Thursday, December 1, 1994 REAL ESTATE 701 8th ST. HOME For sale by owner. 5 bdrm., 4 ba., garage with workshop area, den. A must see. Will consider any reasonable offer. For appt. call 293-5790. BC. RE MISSION HILLS 2800 sq. ft., 1 ACRE LOT Plenty of room for kids, RV, horses. $158,900. Fred & Ellie Knapp 5664500. REAL ESTATE FORSALEBYOWNERNewly remodeled inside and out. New a/c, new heat, balanced power, 3 bdrm., 2 ba., laundry room, 2 car garage, ner schools. 433-4105. BC. RE REAL ESTATE NO MONEY DOWN New program. H you are working or retired you may qualify to purchase a home wrth no money down. Call me today to find out. George 3715375. RE SELLERS LOSS YOUR GAIN Upgraded, 3 bdr., 3 bth., 3 car garage, tile roof, built In 1093, new eought after locationi $135,900. Call Becky Pantuso CENTURY 21JR REALTY 371-0868 or 564-5142 RE344 NEED 4 BDRMS., LARGE YARD & RV PARKING? We've got Itl Over 2200 sq. fL, Separata family A living rooms, 2 car garage. Heated spa/pool $193,500 LOOKING FOR OLD WORLD CHARM? Thia cuatom haa over (40,000 in upgradael Tila floora, new carpet, new kitchen, new batha. Walk to town $142,000 THE NEIGHBORS WILL MISS the ealler of thia IMMACULATE 3 bdrm. 1565 sq. ft home. RV pad t storage ahad w/olectric. Parquet floora, Pool 1162,500 RELAX A ENJOY THE LAKE VIEW! Two bdrm., two bath home In Adult community. 12x24 workahop extra atoraga. Eaey-cara yard w/fruit traea $142,500 UKE TO ENTERTAIN? Thia home la (or you! Separata living & family rma., 2 firaplacoa, gourmet kitchen, 4 bdrma., 3-3/4 ba. RV parking $445,000 CAN'T WAIT TO DECORATEQ/Mut|R% 3 bdrm., 1-3/4 ba. home w/2 car garage that awalta your talan^AflllJjMdlcaping. $125,000 JUST STARTING OUT OR RETIRING? U Dolce ViU townhouaealtave private yard*, 2 bdrm., 1-1/2 bath, fireplace, Inside laundry i atorage $ 89,000 ARE YOU LOOKING FOR THIS HOME? Unk^e deeign affords 360* view in Lake area! 3 bdrma., 2-3/4 ba., 2 car garage, RV parking, HUGE deck $250,000 TIRED OF YARD WORK? Throw away the mower & move right into thia 2 bdrm., 2 ba. hoips with PANORAMIC lake view. Quiet, adult community. $142,000 WHAT DOES $119,500 BUY? Either of these 3 bdrm. townaite homeel Ck>ae to echoola It shopping. Both have aeparate maatar auitee with bath. 1664 Nevada Hwy. Boulder CHy, NV 89005 Jfnl 293-4663 ^^ B.O U LD E R ^M Fax: 702-293-4645 DAM/ ^H Toll free: 800-228-8358 ^ / J^^^ Ell*n Limb StromlMrg, Brokar l •j^J-I____JI_/ i/r*jH Aflw hour call: '*JW^'' ..... 'P==Ty''vW r^BTMt*i 24-174 lu.tOUmora 2M-12M K-^.X I '"" I /"tiVH MyBod 2a-72S4 etaraJagw S*S-1)11 t *">V^i^B^k^/.^. j.^ DwinliConmri M)-47>7 Kay Wmbaflln 2t44)04 Urnlla Oavis 2M-1M7 ai Low* 2I1-M41 REAL ESTATE INTERIOR DESIGN SHOW PLACE, Enjoy the comfort of this gorgeous 2 bdrm. w/den, Silver Crest Mfr. Home. All in the freshest colors & styles. Call Luke Prudential Jensen. 2933355. BC 1501 MARITA DR. 2520 Sq. ft., 4 bdrm. huge kitchen & Family rm., Beautiful redwood deck, panoramk; views of Oasis Park, Pool/spa, many more upgrades. You have got to see this home. Assumable with qualifying. OWC 2nd. with$30,000down. Great terms, great house. Sandra Duebler, Century 21 Action Network, 2713277. BC RE CUSTOM BUILT HOME on large lot, close to schools, on quiet cul-desac. Vaulted ceilings throughout, fireplace, 3 bdrm., 2 bath, 2-1/2 car garage, much more. $198,000,293-1696.80 BC RENOVATED 2 Bedi 2 bath home. New central heat & air. Spacious master bedroom. Only $98,500. Call BRET 2948482 Desert Sun ReaKy. BC RE Don^t Make a Move Until CERTIFIED RESIDENTIAL SPECIALIST Only 2% of the Realtors in the United States qualify (or the CRS designation. I am one of them! This highly coveted designation is lil(e having my Masters degree in residential real estate. As a CRS I have undergone rigorous, s|)ecialize(l, advanced training in listening, selling, investment, taxes and more. My CRS designation is my badge of expertise and your shield of assurance that 1 will get the Job done right. When I work (or you, you get proven success with honesty and Integrity. Call Ron today (702) 222-4949^ or at my office 458-8888 ," yimenccna Group, w MUX I'. IS ili Better "Irtdvpendenllv Owned awd Operaled' I Proven Success with Honesty & Integrity You Call Me Ron Rasmussen Realtor* "You'll be glad you did." Office 458-8888 ThePrudential Jensen's Realty Mm^ DONJENSEN There's a quality that sets us apart Stop spending your time fixing up your house & move into a home where it's ail being done. 3 BR, 2 Bath. $110,000. Asic for Lui(e 2933355. Paradise Valley CO.—Truly abeautifui home sitting off the road. Over 2900 sq. ft. of living, Lg. garage, pool. Call Jim or Don. Mission Hills, 3000 sq. ft. of custom home, 4 BR, 3 Bath, over 1200 sq. ft. garage, corrals, pool, call Jim or Don. 1 acre, Sec. 4—Great view of the valley. UtilHiee close. Terms—Call Randy. Sec. 27—Custom home over 2600 sq. ft., 1/2 ac., 3 BR, 2 Bath, det:hi 1500 aq. ft. garage/office 3/4 Bath. Call Saily. Sec. 27—4 BR, 2 Bath, 3 car garage, high ceiiirtgs, many bulH ins horse prop. Price reduced. Call Sally. Country Living on 2 ac., horae corral, tacic room. 5 BR, 31/2 Baths— a muat sea—Cuatom kitchen. Call Peggy C. or Joyea. Induatrial warahouae 1/2 ac. 2—1000 aq. ft Condo Office'a in Strip Center. Call Paggy C. or Joyce Custom Homa ovarloolcing Lalta Mead, 4 BD, 21/2 Bath over 2300 aq. ft., pool plus many axtraa. Call Peggy M. 293-4498. One of the finaat ntfg. hontas bulH. 1885 sq. ft. in-ground set on permanent foundation. 60 x 100 lot in exclushra community. Call Randy. Extravagant 2 Bdrnrt w/Dan, Cathedral ceilings, fabuioua fireplace, outatanding floor plan. Muat aaa. Call Luke. 564-3333 219 Water St. Henderson, NV 89015 M MnftnONny UWIMQ MIS vpmwHB 293-3355 1001 Nevada Hwy., Suite B Boulder City, NV 89005 of TiM PrudMlM RMI EsUtt AffiMM, Ine. REAL ESTATE GORGEOUS 2 Story w/ pool. 905 El Camino Way, 2147 sq. ft., 2 master suites • 2 bedrms., formal living, dining, family rm., many upgrades. A must see. Hear golf course, schools, shopping, hospital. Call Sandra Duebler Century 21 /\ction Network 2713277. BC. RE RECENTLY renovated 2 story Lewis Home, 2158 sq.ft., 4 bdrm., 21/2 bath, pool, ready for new owners. $197,500. Call 293-0967 & leave message. BC. RE REAL ESTATE BC Large Nearly New Home on 1/2 Acre View Lot. Room for RVs etc. Bret. 294-8482, Desert Sun Really. BC RE BC NICE 3 Bed./2 Bath Lewis Home $139,500. BRET 294-8482, Desert Sun Realty. BC RE BC3Bdrm. 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 Idtcnen with a new garden window overthesinlc. All appliances even a microwave. 1 car garage, with X-X storage & more!!! Fantastic price. 612 Ave F. Century 21 /Vction Networl(, Sandra 271-3277. BC. RE PRICE REDUCED TOTALLY UPGRADED. 3 BDRM. Lewis Home, Only $139,500 Boulder Dam Realty 293-4663 Invest a FEW HOURS in YOUR CAREER Wscova what a career In real eaute sales with a member of the CCmtWY 21 •System can offer you. Join us at a career InfoTtuitJon seminar. Call ttxlay to reserve your place. It could be the Investment of a lifetime. Date: December I. 1994 Time: 7:00 p.m. Place: CCrmWY 21 JR Realty 101 E. Horizon JR Realty 101 E. Horizon Henderson, MV 89015 564-5142 .tB94Clock conaL with detached 1 bdrm., 1 bath guaat houaa. Low malnt. yard with lota ol parking & workahop. NOW PRICED AT $110,000. BRAND NEW HOME IN NEW ARE A — 1,466 aq. ft. ol luxurioua livingl 3 bedrooma, 3 batha, 2 car gar. PRICED TO SELL $189,900. BEAUTIFUL CUSTOM HOME ESTATE • on 2 acraa. 5 bedrma., 4 batha, 2 car attchd. gar., 6,136 aq. It, PLUS OVER 3,000 sq. ft. in detached gar., with workahop AND MOTHER-IN-LAW QUARTERS $1,199,000. Enjoy VIEW OF LAKE MEAD from thia beautiful homa in Water'a Edge developmanti 3 bedrma., 3 batha, 2 car gar., patio. OFFERED FOR $199,000.00 EXCELLENT VIEW OF LAKE MEAD from Patio of Ihia SUPER SHARP CUSTOM 3 bedrma., 2 bath, den, LARGE GOURMET KITCHEN/FAMILY ROOM. Lota of RV Parkg., 12' x 12' workahop. 2,365 aq. ft. at only $275,000. CUSTOM RUSTIC RANCH STYLE HOME -4 bdrma. 3 batha, tola of wood, tile A brick, POOL & SPA, 4th bedrm. w/l>ath, perfect for mothr-in-law $205,000. Lovely LEWIS HOI UVINGRM., S HOMEcV ^ma., 2 bal LAK|Q9rri.267 aq. ft. baths, LARGE $123,000. UKE VIEW! LAKE VIEWI LAKE VIEW! Relax through the Holidays with a fire in the F.P. A a beautiful lake viewl Thia 3 bedrm., 3 1/2 bath home ia aituatad on a quiet Cul de Sac, PRICE JUST REDUCED TO $289,900. SPECTACULAR VIEWS of ELDORADO VALLEY, aTY A LAKE!! Cuatom 3 or 4 bedrm., 4 bath, game rm., Exarciae rm., GORMET KIT., with CORIAN COUNTER TOPS, Craft/workehop, oversiza gar., RV Parkg., 4,700 sq. ft. A MUCH MORE. 2 yaara old! $429,S0a CONDOMINIUMS TOWNHOMES r^GAHA POINTE SUPER SHARP 2 bedrma., 2 bath, 2 car gar., with built in cabinets, on cor. lot Privaterearyardw/cov. patio A fruit treee. $178,500. DOWNSTAIRS EVERGREEN CONDO-2 bedrms., 2 F.P. GREAT CONDITION CLOSE TO SCHOOLS, ETC. $75,900. MODULAR HOMES WITH LAND IN CORONADO ESTATESCk 979 Sherwood Manor, by Silvercraat -^^i^^rWlrma., 2 bath. Price Reduced, $89,5l9^' MOBILE HOMES IN PARKS IN GINGERWOOD-MOVE IN TODAY!! 12x60" 1977 Champion, 2 bedrma., 1 bath, access to clubhouse A comm. pool. FURNISHED $16,000. UNFURNISHED $15,000. SILVERCREST MODULAR HOME near BLACK MTN. GOLF COURSE—in Adult Park 27' x 40' 2 bedrma. 2 batha $50,000. CORNER LOT IN GINGER WOOD Very n ice 12x62 w/7x 10 elide ou L 2 bdrm., 13/4 bath pi us workahop and shed. $25,000. IN GiNGERWOOO-1977 FUQU A 24x40' 2 bedrme., 2 batha, CLEAN A NEAT. PRICED TO SELL AT $27,900. IN B.C. MOBILE HOME PARK — 2 bedrma., 1 bath, covered patio, Stg. area, Shed, Rafrig., waaher/ dryer. $11,500. DON'T MISS THIS ONE11974 Wilahire 2 bedrms., 1 bath, PARTIALLY FURNISHED, A MUST SEE to appreciate $29,500. LAND 2+ acrea with SPECTACULAR VIEW of Mounteina PRICED AT APPRAISED VALUE $230,000. HIGHWAY FRONTAGE —1.68 ACRES Zoned 0-2, Excellent location. Two aide-by-akle lota with over 300 leet ol frontege. $650,000. RENTALS 4 bdrme., 2 bathe, 2 car gar., nke yard AVAIL DEC. 2,1994callforappL$95a 3 Bedrma., 2 baths, large rear yard, AVAIL DEC. 14. 1994. $1,100 incMa. landacape aervice. NICE 3 bedroom, 1 bath, 2 car gar., feiKed rear yard, t>raeMway almoat new carpet, blinds, intorior paint, quiet area. $825.00 AVAIL. BY DEC. 1 Stop by anti pick up your FREE CURRENT LIST OF PROPERTIES AVAILABLE FOR SALE SINCERITY AND INTEGRITY IS OUR SPECIALTY REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE BOULDER CITY COTTAGE Corner of Ave L A Wyoming-2 bdrm., Ige. living rm., cozy fireplace, roofed patio, garden, fruit treee, grape arbor, fenced back yard A room for expansion, stove, fridge, new roof, new carpet, gas furnace, cooking A morel! Muat seel! Only $95,900. Call Now 564-4000 Globe Real Estate. O Dawih Bible Realty 1520 Nevada Highway Boulder City, Nevada 89005 DARWIN BIBLE • nal Eatil* Brokar • (702) 294-1144 DARWIN'S AUCTIONS • NAA • (702) 293-3096 CELLULAR (702) S96-3996 • FAX (702) 293-7896 MAGNIFICENT VIEW OF LAKE HE AOfromthisLak* Mountain Eilal** BMUty. Spacloua (ovar 2300 SF) Hanuticturad homa. Lirga kitchsn wid pantiy • maalar bedroom suit* wHh girdan tub t ahowar largo covorod palio ovorlooka lako. Croat room with wd bar and liroplaco. In door laundry room wMh bath, garago and oovorad car port, l>olh k>odn>onia havo batha. Iota o( axtraa and priood wall bolow oompa al $177,500. Daiwin BibloBaaltY29<-1144. 293-6014 & ASSOCIATES •TOP OF THE WORLD! SOUNDS GOOD WAIT TILL YOU SEE THE VIEWI!! OVER 250O SQ. FT. PLUS GUEST HOUSE. ALMOST 800 SQ. FT. RV GARAGE THAT IS HEATED A COOLED ALL ON 3 1/2 ACRES OVERLOOKING BOULDER CITY. PRICE SLASHED TO $499,000. •PLENTY OF ROOM FOR THE KIDS, IN LAWS, LOST PEOPLE, PETS OR MAYBE A HORSE OR TWO PLUS ROOM TO EXPAND THIS 5000 SQ. FT. HOME ON 3/4 ACRE LOT IN BOULDER CITY •LAKE VIEWI ADULT COMMUNITY! GREAT ROOM W/COZY FIRE PUCE, 1900 SQ. FT., 2 BEDROOM, 2-1/2 BATH, LARGE COVERED PARKING. $158,900. •NEW LISTING! HUGE PALM TREES AND ITAUAN CYPRESS, FLOWER BEDS, MAKE THIS HOME VERY SPECIAL 3 BED., 1 -3/4 BATH, GAS LOG RREPLACE, OVER 1800 SQ. FT. PRICED FOR TRUE VALUE $142,000. •MT. VISTA ESTATES! 2 BED., 2 BATH ON CORNER LOT W/COVERED PARK $95,500. •DOWNTOWN RETAIL STORE FOR LEASEI NEXT TO BOULOER DAM HOTEL! 'LAKE MT. ESTATES RENTAL ADULT $796 •RENTALS RESIDENTIAL FROM $350.00 OFnCE/RETAIL FROM $250.00. •BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY! BUY/SELL NEW/ USED-ANTIQUES/MODERN-INVENTORY INCL CALL BARTON HYDE FOR DETAILSII! JR REALTY M KfWOBHOOO PBOffSSMlS' SNOWBIRDS Here is your opportunity to own your own ground floor 1 bedroom condo year round Owner will carry with small down payment Don't miss thisll WOODRIDGE HOME boasts of: convenient location, close to shopping and public transportation. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, tile roof, desert landscaping and full blocfc wall, on secluded cul-de-sac. MISSION HILLS featuring a master suite with "His" and "Hers" 3/4 baths, plus large separate walk-in closets. Large bay window overlooks backyard patio and pool. Many more upgrades. CHEAP.:.CHEAP...CHEAP 2 bedroom located on a quiet cul-de-sac, large fenced lot w/front gate and alley access.RVparking, shade trees, nice downtown location, needs some TLC $59,300. SECTION 4 Beautiful custom home • Top quality • 3 or 4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths. Over 3000 sq. ft. of living space. Central vacuum, familyroom, RV parking, 3 patios must see to appreciate. NO FEES WITH THjS MOBILE HOME you own your own lot. 2 bedroom, 2 baths, great area. All appliances included and room for your RV. OWNER ANXIOUS 4 bedroom, loft, livlngroom with cozy fireplace, separate familyroom, pool sized backyard. Only 4 years oklll NEW SEMI-CUSTOM homes on oversized cul-de-sac lots. 3 floor plans to choose from. 1400 to 1800 sq. ft., many upgrades included. Ck>se to all conveniences-Starting inlowSiOOs. 101 E. Horizon, Henderson 2^ 564-5142 EQUAL HOUSING *^*^^ *^ • ^^ OITORTltNrTY a ind • uiikmark a( CnMfy 2! Rai EMM CaponlloB EquI Honani Opfmrtmlty EACH OFFICE INDEPENDENTLV OWNED AND ORRATED HENDERSON AT ,:,00P BAY MICROFILM 1115ARQUES AVE r.UNN/VALE, CA 94oSf: u|,04/'?'-^ MAIL • Wrestling team opens season with win Page 10 Tuesday, December 6, 1994 Henderson, Nevada 2f Police catch suspects in Renata's killing Employee accused of helping Thomas Moore News Staff Writer Mathew Eric Margrave Felix Rino Austria • • Mrs* • George Chuatoco Courtesy photos CAUGHT—Saturday Henderson Pofice arrested these five men who they believe conspired and tried to rob Renata's the day after Thanksgiving. Police said Ruei Salva Mercado, Felix Rino Austria, George Chuatuco, and Otto Carino Kaufmann are members of a street gang and Hargrave worked for Renata's as a security guard. Mercado is the one police suspect of shooting and killing theRenata's employee. Otto Carino Kaufmann Ruel Salva Mercado Only eight days after a man was shot and killed in a botched robbery at Renata's, Henderson Police arrested five suspects who are now being held in the Henderson Jail. Saturday morning Henderson Police, with thehelp of Las Vegas Metropolitan Police and North 1.188 Vegas Police searched several homes and arrested five people, the first of whom was Mathew Eric Hargrave, 22, of Las Vegas, who was a security guard at Renata's. At News deadline Renata's was not releasing any details about Hargrave although a spokesperson did say he was working for the restaurant not an outside security company. The crime happened Nov. 25, when three men tried to rob the business at 4451E. Sunset Road shortly before 5 a.m. Gerald Leonard Serna, 57, the slot floorman at Renata's, was murdered, and William Dean Murr, a bartender, was shot and injured. No money was taken. A police news release said Hargrave planned the crime with Otto Carino Kaufmann, 22, of Las Vegas, who is thought to be the driver of the escape car. Police said Hargrave was not present when the killing occurred. The other suspects are Ruel Salva Mercado, 19, of Las Vegas; the person suspected of actually shootingSema, Felix Rino Austria, 22, of Las Vegas; thought to have shot Murr, and George Chuatoco, 21, of Las Vegas; thought to have held another security guard with a machine-type pistol. Except for Hargrave, police say the suspects were all members of the "Flip Side Pinoy Gang," a Filipino streetgang. And, although the police had heard the gang members were promi sing to "never be taken alive," Lt. Michael Maybeny, thehead of the detective bureau for the Henderson Police, said no one was seriously injured during the arrests. Henderson Police held a press conference Monday morning, along with Randol^ G. Prillman, FBI special agent in charge and Henderson Police Chief Tommy Bums to release details about the investigation leading to the arrests. Maybeny said a tip from the FBI led directly to the arrests as did the $27,000 reward offered by Renata's although he would not give any details on exactly how. Maybeny said shortly after the killing, the leads the police had were going nowhere and Henderson detectives were watching the surveillance video tapes of the crime, reviewing employee files and interviewing witness hoping for a break. On Nov. 29, that break came in the form of a tip firom the FBI. That information led them to a number of suspectft and homes, the first of which was H^rgrave's at7812Wi8hingWellRoa^^hich they searched Saturday, sn^^ly before arresting him. The day before police staked out a home on 3265 E. Viking Road where they thought Kaufmann was. Armed with search warrants and the help of Metro's SWAT team, the police were prepared to enter the house when they saw people in the back yard building what they thou^ could be booby traps. SCMIOM Page 2 Roy Theiss News Staff Wnter How our elected representatives are decided is based on numbers and following that premise, the state statute defines redistricting wards solely by numbers. The city is in the process of redistrictingthe wards due to state requirements. A redistricting bill will be introduced at the 7 p.m. City Council meeting tonight. The Coundlis scheduled to vote on the issue at its Dec. 20 meeting. Population figures for the redistricting stem from the U.S. Census Bureau and updates fi-om the Henderson's Planning Department. The city is using population figures as of October 1994. The parameters for redistricting wards are simple (with the use of a computer) and direct. Every two years municipalities have to redistrict wards. According to state statute, no one ward can exceed the other wards by more than 5%. Precincts can not be split and all the precincts in the ward must be contiguous. Thebiggestdifference between the wards in each of the three proposed plans is 3%, City Clerk Colleen Bell said. Using a computer simulation of the precinct breakdown throughout the city, Bell can move one precinct to another ward and with the click of a button, the total population figures for that ward are tallied. There are some 80 precincts in the city and their boundaries are established by Clark County. Bell said the reason why the city is redistricting the wards now is because of a new state requirement. The last state legislature changed the process to prohibit election boundaries from being changed in the year of the general election. "So we have to adopt this by Dec. 31," Bell explained. The city's 1995 general election will be for Wards I, II and IV. Coimcilman Paul Ruth represents Ward I, Councilman Andy Hafen represents Ward II and Councilman Larry ScheflFler represents Ward IV. Ward III, the Mayor's seat and the Municipal Judge's seat are up for reelection in 1997. The city requires councilmen to live in their respective wards, but they are voted on at-large. The Mayor can live anywhere in Casino tries to add buffer Roylhsias News Staff After meeting with nearby residents, Walter Weiss, representing Wally's Wagon Wheel INSIDE Taylor to retire soon Overview Page 4 Education Sports 10 Classifieds 12 Volum 93, aeih Edmon H.B.C. PuMlealkina PO Box 90430 Hwidwon, NV I (7D2)S64-1U1 Casino, agreed to increase the buffer zone between the casino/ hotel and the mobile park. In the process, Weiss is requesting a zone change from residential to highway commercial onfiveacresin the River Mountain neighborhood. The zoning for the casino was established years ago as highway commercial. Wally's Wagon Wheel Casino received a use permit for unlimited gaming in 1988. This item and 54 others will be before the City Council at 7 p.m. Tuesday at City Hall. The zone change is located east of Boulder Highway and south of Roberts Road. In other business, the Council will hear: •Zone change from RS-2 (single family residential with no more than two dwelling units per acre) to RM-10 (medium density residential with a maximum 10 dwelling units per acre) on 13 acres north of Paseo Verde Parkway at Chapata Drive, in the McCuUough Hills planning area, south of Lake Mead Drive. •Appeal of planning commission denial of a planned unit development for Melody Apartments, consisting of 256 units on 14 acres at 400 N. M^or Ave., in the Valley View neighborhood. •Presentation/proclamation for air pollution awareness week. •Reprogram for 1993 HUD Community Development Block Grant Funds. •Agreements between the city and the Henderson Boys and Girls Club, St. Rose Dominican Hospital and Taylor Elementary School for CDBG funds. • Lawsuit settlement Hill v. city of Henderson. •Agreement fbr engineering services with Charles M. Salter to perform engineering/consulting services for the evaluation of noise impacts along Interstate 515. •Cooperative agreement with Nevada Department of Transportation to construct an open ditch near Wagon Wheel Drive and Boulder Highway. •Authorization to go to bid for construction ofHorizon Drive from Boulder Highway to Pacific Avenue. • Budget augmentation to fund records program. •Presentation for 20 year service award to Julius Conner, engineering design technician III. the city and is not confined to a particular ward. The at-large voting allows for better representation, Bell said. "Rather than have each Councilman representing specific areas of the city the entire city is their constituency." Occasionally a Councilman will vote against the wishes of his ward, she added because it is in the best interest of the city. Three plans were be presented to the Council tonight. Plan I stays very true to the existing ward breakdown. The biggest changes in Plan II are with Ward III and Ward IV. Ward III takes in more of the Green Valley, Townsite and Valley View areas. Ward FV has less of the Green Valley neighborhood and the ward includes the northem part of the city including Lake Las Vegas. Plan III has more of the Green Valley and Green Valley South areas in Ward III. Ward II takes in portions of the Townsite and Valley View areas. Ward FV takes in Whitney Ranch, some Green Valley and the northern part of the city Lake Las Vegas. Fate of congressional office iip in ail" By TTiomM Moore News Staff Writer The fate of a congressional presence in Henderson is up in the air now that Rep. James Bilbray, D. Nev., has been replaced by John Ensign. The reason? Bilbra/s office in City Hall will be taken over by the city clerk and Ensign has not decided what, if any presence he wants in Henderson. Bilbray maintains an office in the south east comer of City Hall adjacent to the city clerk's office. Before that, when Sen. Harry Reid, D. Nev., was a member of the House of Representatives, he had an office in thebuildingwhich used to house City Hall. According to Dorothy Vandenbrink, the city clerk from 1975 to 1992, the idea of having congressional offices was to give the residents of Henderson services with out forcing them to travel to Las Vegas. "At that time the city clerk had a much smaller staff," Vandenbrink said. "[The new building] had a comer office and it's own hallway so no one had to traipse throu^^ my office to get there. Through the years that was always the gaol to provide as many services as possible to the people of Henderson. So we would try to make space available and accommodate services. Peoplein Las Vegas think it's so far to come out to Henderson but they don't think it's too far for us to go to them." But on Dec. 20, Bilbray's Henderson staffer, Sally Rigg Meats will be vacating the office andsoonafler,thecity clerk, who's duties and staff are much laiger that what they were when Vandenbrink was in charge, will be taking over. According to Phil Speight, city manager, there have been no discussions with Ensign or his staff as to whether they could have space at City Hall. If there was a decision to be made, Speight said it would be up to the Mayor SM Offk* Page 2 m: li^JJ John Judge/News Staff NEW COURTHOUSE — Monday was the first day of business for Henderson Munkdpal and Justice Courts in their new courthouse. The building also houses the jail, in the basement and provides room for both courts to expand.

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Page 2 Henderson Home News Tuesday, Decembers, 1994 OVERVIEW X 4 Roy TneiM News Staff Writer ff Getting personal with the holidays Thanks to a colleague of mine, Kathy Streeter, I had the opportunity Friday to start getting involved with the holiday season. Throu^ an article of hers urging residents to become involved and make the holidays a little better for the less fortunate, I decided to take a little action. Sure I've done my bare minimum part over the years by tossing in a few coins to help the Salvation Army and other charities, but it was always impersonal. So I asked Kathy if I could join her when she visited the Henderson Convalescent Hospital to adopt a grandparent. 'The atmosphere at the convalescent home at times bordered on quiet desperation. One frail man in a wheelchair who apparently was defeated in the mind games arena was incessantly grunting as if he was revving a motor. When does one start to slip and are there any warning lights? If so, what are the options, I thought to myself My emotions took another twist when I met some of the staff. Kindness and caring could easily been seen on their faces when we walked through the halls. But one staff member's personality filled me with introspection and self-doubt. Angela's persona was like a well-shaken yet-corked bottle of champagne. She was practically bursting and wanted others to share in her happiness. I wondered if I could handle such a trying situation and still invoke joy in others, like Angela does. When we presented our adopted grandparent, George, with a poinsettia (Kath/s idea) he was surprised and taken aback. He seemed a little embarrassed to be in his situation of relying on others and he is determined to change his circumstances. The faded yellow curtain that separated George's area with his roommate's acted as more than just a flimsy physical barrier. Although George has been residing at the convalescent home for three weeks, there were no signs of permanency in his area, unlike his roommate who has occupied virtually every inch. His roommate built a tiny desk from boxes, that store some of his possessions, to take care of his daily business. The walls on George's side were blank and his area wasn't cluttered with books, magazines, nicknacks or anything else that might slow him down if and when the idee of going home comes up. At 61 years old, George is lucid but he doesn't bounce back like he used to. He was in a car accident two months ago and he appreciates the physical therapy he receives at the convalescent home but he wants to do more, much more. Meanwhile he is confronted with his mortality and is surrounded by the aged. His only consolation is the caring staff. As we were leaving, I noticed a woman in a wheelchair with a beaming smile as when we had arrived. Her smile seemed to beckon for attention. Afraid she would consume any attention with an insatiable appetite, I only smiled back and continued to leave, hoping someone else would get involved. CAUGHT: Renata's suspects arrested From Page 1 They had run a mono-filament type line along the perimeter of the backyard between stakes and at different heights," Mayberry said. They had strung them at different heights and especially at night these wires would have been very difficult to see." Because of the threat of traps, the police waited until Saturday momingto search the home which Mayberry said was a meeting place for the suspects. The wires were attached to "some kind of warning device," as Mayberry described it. The alarm did not work and they arrested Mercado, Kaufmann, and Austria. Chuatoco was still at large but police traced him to 2816 Storkspur Way where he was arrested. Along with the suspects, several weapons were seized which police believe could have been used in the crime although they were awaiting ballistic tests to make sure. Mayberry said Hargrave somehow met up with the gang members after he had started working at Renata's and had not worked there specifically for the John Judge/News Staff EXPLAINING ARRESTS — Lt. Michael Mayben7, of the Henderson Police sits between Special Agent Randolph Prillman of the FBI, left and Henderson Police Chief Tommy Bums at a press conference Monday morning to give out details of the investigation in to the Renata's killing. The police an-ested five people, including a Renata's security guard, who they believe robbed the business the day after Thanksgiving. purposeofrobbingthem. He would also nol .elease whether or not Hargrave or any of the other suspects had previous criminal histories. The suspects are currently being held in the Henderson Jail and appeared in Henderson Justice Court Monday morning. Their next appearance will be Monday, Dec. 12 for their felony arraignment. Henderson employee honored at JDF reception City of Henderson employee Darlene Finney was honored for collecting the most pledges overall for this year's 10th annual fund raiser "Walk For The Cure," sponsored by the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation. Finney, who took first place after collectingatotalof$3,510.00 for this worthwhile event, was recognized for her outstanding efforts at a reception held at Z Tejas Grill in Las Vegas. Finney has worked in the Planning Department for over 8 years. Aimee Cella, JDF Walk Coordinator for the city of Henderson, recruited 43 walkers and through a cooperative spirit of the city's employees, raised atotal of $7,045 for JDF this year. This year's event was held at the MGM Grand Adventure Theme Park. Throui^ fund raising events such as this, over $156 million has been funded by JDF for diabetes research since 1970, according to the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation. Dariene Rnney October unemployment rate holds steady Nevada's labor market analysts reported that the statewide seasonally adjusted unemployment rate is 5.8%, unchanged September to October. Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation Director Carol A. Jackson said. The states unemploymentrateof5.8% is equal to the national average of 6.8%(down over-the-month). And, Nevada's rate is 1.9 percentage points lower than neighboring California's 7.7% unemployment (also down over-the-month)." "Job growth in Nevada continues to be strong," said Jackson, adding, '^e expect to see continued steady employment growth into the coming year." The research bureauestimates that during October, the Las Vegas metropolitan statistical area's (Clark and Nye Counties in Nevada, and Mohave County in Arizona) unemployment rate was 5.9%, down four-tenths of a percentage point since September. Washoe County's October jobless rate was 5%, up from 4.9% over-the-month. The Carson City labor market area's (Carson City, Douglas, Lyon, and Storey Counties) unemployment was estimated at 6.2%, down one-tenth of a percentage point since September. The Elko labor market area's (Elko and Eureka Counties) unemployment rate was estimated at 5.1%, down two-tenths of a percentage point since September. The number of workers employed at Nevada businesses continues to grow, with over-theyear job gains in all basic industrial sectors, including: •Service industries (gaming, recreation, and hotels; personal; business; medical and health; legal; engineering, accounting; and management) gained 18,600 jobs •Trade (retail and wholesale— general merchandise andapparel; food stores; auto dealers and service stations; and eating/drinking establishments) gained 5,300 jobs; •Federal, state and local government gained 5,000 jobs; •Manufacturing gained 1,800 jobs; •Transportation and Public Utilities gained 1,500 jobs; •Construction gained 1,300 jobs; •Finance Insurance and Real Estate gained 600 jobs. Man charged with lewdness A man allegedly seen masturbating in front of two adult females was arrested on four counts of open and gross lewdness Monday, liie arrest was the result of a one month investigation. ^don Richard Colby, age 31, was allegedly seen masturbating in the area of 171 Van Wagenen Nov. 7. at 3:10 am., and at the same location on Dec. 5. The latter incident occurred at approximately 2:50 &m. Henderson Police officers arrived on the scene and pursued Coll)y on foot, losing him in a residential area A seardi of the area was conducted, and Colby was located hiding in an abandoned vehicle. He was subsequently arrested. Police reported that Colby's actions were a continuous problem. He was seen by the same two adult females each time. The investigation of these incidents is ongoing. Anyone with additional information is uiged to call the Henderson PoUce Department at 565-2009, or Secret Witness at 386-5555. OFHCE: From Page 1 and the City Council, although accommodating another office could be hard. "I cant' think of anywhere where we have a space," Speight said. Sarah Ralston, a spokesperson for Ensign, said the congressman and his staffhave been discussing staffing optionsbuthave notmade any decisions because of the current mood in Washington. "We've been discussing this in the past couple of weeks," Ralston said. "And we'd really like to keep it. But in Washington there is a furor to cut staffs. We can't find out the staffing size or levels but we would really like to keep it open." Ralston said Ensign's staffers are comparing the costs of private offices and she would have a better idea of their plans towards the middle or late January. If Ensign does decide to place an office in Henderson, at least one councilman said he would be in favor of the idea, provided that Ensign, unlike Bilbray, pays for the space. "We would certainly try to work something out, Clark said. "He should pay for it. But I certainly wouldn'thave a problem with it." Mayor, City Council light giant Christmas tree tonight Mayor Bob Groesbeck and members of the City Council will officially "light up" the new Robert A Swadell Justice Facility for the holiday season tonight at 6 p.m. In a brief gathering, the Mayor will flip the switch on a giant, 30foot Christmas tree that appears to span through two floors of the building. The public is invited to attend this very special tree-lighting ceremony bound to become a Henderson tradition in years to come. The ceremony will be held on the steps of City Hall, 240 S. Water St. prior to the City Council meeting. The beautifully decorated and illuminated Christmas tree will be framed inside the glass wall of the new Justice Facility, which faces City Hall across the street. V.'-'.W/ .A ^Uk^kJM Holiday pef^rmaric^^ to benefit talented youth Local producers, Tony Sacca and Darlene Mae Sacca of All Media Promotions, will present "Merry Christmas Las Vegas," a special holiday show featuring some of Las Vegas' finest entertainers in a performance to benefit the Youth Foundation for the Performing Arts. This annual fund-raiser will be taped live for television on Monday ni§^t, Dec. 12, and will air Christmas Eve at 7 p.m. on KTNV, TV-13. The Dec. 12 performance will take place at the Mt. Charleston Hotel and Restaurant. It will begin at 6 p.m. with hor d'oeurves and wine-tasUng, followed by an evening of seasonal song and Elks keep with tradition Keeping with their tradition of helping others, the Elks Lodge 1956 served 104 needy people during a Thanksgiving dinner. The Elks Lodge has been helping the needy for more than 30 years in town. A spokesman for the Elks Lodge said a soccer team from Lakewood, Colo, was stranded so they served them dinner. The Salvation Army had called us. We were told they called other places butnoonecouldhelp them. Luckily we could help them." Thanksgiving is not the only time the Elks Lodge reaches out to the less fortunate. At C!hristmas they will prepare baskets for the needy families in Henderson. The Elks are havinga donation party Dec. 16 at 631 E. Lake Mead Drive. People are asked to bring a gift or canned food. laughter. "Tickets are $25 donation per person. Because seating is limited, the show is expected to sell out early. All proceeds from the event go to the Youth Foundation for the Performing Arts, a non-profit organization founded to assist talented youth interested in pursuing a career in the performing arts. No overview Managing Editor Paul Szydelko is on vacation. His "Overview" column will resume when he returns. Correction The Dec. 1 issue of the News misspelled the California artist's name in the Cookie Jar Man story on page 2. The artist's name is Sascha Branstoff. HOME NEWS An Independent Newspaper Founded June 1, 1951 Henderson Home News (USPS 516649) Published every Tuesday and Thursday morning at 2 Commerce Center Drive, Henderson, Nevada, by HBC Publications Inc. Second class postage paid at Henderson, Nevada. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to: HENDERSON HOME NEWS 2 Commarce Center Drive Henderson, NV 89014 Phone (702) 564-1881 CuBtomer 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 TIIWI 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 tTionths East of Mississippi$35 per year $25 for six months Tuesday, December 6, 1994 Henderson Home Nws Pag* 3 Ventana Canyon breaks ground Kathy Staff Writer An area recent^ annexed to the dty, known as the *don\it hole" because it was in the county but surrounded hy dty land, will soon be the site at more than 1,800 homes. Plans for Ventana Canyon, a 300-acre master-planned community, were unveiled during a ground breaking ceremony Thursday. The development, a joint venture between The Developers of Nevada and AmPac Development, will be located at American Pacific Drive and Stephanie Street 'The community will fill only a fraction of the 1,700 acres which wBsformerly part ofClaric County. Tlie area was between Interstate 516 and Arroyo Grande Boulevard and between Lake Mead Drive and Warm Springs Road. "We had heard that the City and the County can't work together and the donut would be thereforever," Rollie Sturm oTThe Developers said. "We've had a tremendous effort here between theCityandourpeopleandAmPac people. It was a great job that they all did...They made an impossibility a deal that is going to move fast from here on out" Ted Gibson and his family owned the development site for more than 30 years. 1 can't think of a better use of the property," he said. Gibson is also chairman and CEO of AmPac, which developed Gibson Business Paik, home to companies such as Ocean Spray and Kidd Marshmallows. AmPac is also involved in building office/ warehouse space within the Gibson Business Park. The Developers of Nevada is headed by real estate pioneer Al Collins, who helped introduce the master-planned community concept to SouthemNevadawiUi The THE NEWS IS YOUR COMMUNITY NEWSPAPER Rob Weidenfeld/News Staff GROUND BREAKING • Several of Henderson's dignitaries broke ground Thursday on tiMsite of Ventana Canyoa The residential development sits on 300 acres at Stephanie Street and Amerioin Pacific Drive. Lakes at West Sahara, Green Valley South and other communities. "We feel we have a super location here," said Collins. "The Henderson and Green Valley areas are some of the most desirable places to live in Southern Nevada, and we're offering a very affordable opportunity to move there." Floorplans will start in the low $90,000s. The Ventana Canyon community will consist of single family homes, townhomes and apartments. The builder will provide 12 different floorplans rangingin size from 1,265 to 2,739 square feet All ofVentana Canyon's homes will be built utilizing steel studs as opposed to traditional wood framing—a process perfected by The Developers of Nevada at its Riviera neighborhood, which won the prestigious Judges Award at the 1994 Homer Awards for its uniqueness and quality. "Steel studs are stronger than wood and they don't warp or bow with changes in weather," Collins said, "^e will be offering these better built homes for the same price of a typical wood-built home." Ventana Canyon's single-family home neighborhood, Castle Ridge, offers nine floorplans. Every home will be situated on a minimum 6,000 square foot homesite, and many will be on homesites 6,600 square feet and larger. Each home in the neighborhood will come with a three-car garage. Rainbow Creek, Ventana Canyon's townhome neighborhood, will offer three floorplans, each with a one-car garage. Pre-sales for Ventana Canyon are expected to begin early next year. City to honor Conner Julius P. (J.C.) Conner, Engineering Design Technician III in the Public Works Department will be honored by the City Council at tonight's meeting in recognition of 20 years of service. Conner started his career with the dty on December 10,1974, as a Design Technidan, and has stayed in this field throuc^outhis tenure with the dty, performing dvil engineering work on water and sewer fadlities, plot plan profiles and streetdesigns. Conner noted that while his job function may have remained the same, the work has dianged constantly as the dty has grown, and it is this variety that has provided the challenge and the satisfaction to keep him with the dty for the past 20 years. He noted that the engineering field has been transformed while Hospice holds memorial Ihe Nathan Adelson Hospice Foundation invites the community to join them in remembering loved ones during the fifth annual lii^tUp A life" celebration now through Jan. 6. Gifts made in memory of loved ones and friends will benefit the Hospice and the names of those remembered will be entered into a memory book on view in the diapel. In addition, at 6:30 p.m., on Dec. 7, loved ones and friends will be honored at a tree lii^ting ceremony on the east lawn of the Hospice. Spedal prayers and words of remembrance will begiven by local clergy, refreshments will be served. Agift in memoiy of a loved one can be made fay sending a check payable to the Nathan Adelson Hospice Foundation, 4141 S. Swenson St, Las Vegas, Nevada 89119. Please include the name of the individual to be written in the memoiy book. For more information, call 796-3132. he has been in the Public Works Department, and he has appredated the assistance the city has always provided in keeping abreast of the latest technology and providing computer systems and the training to allow die employees to stay at the top of their field. The event that most clearly stays in Conners mind, however, as he reviews his time with the dty, is the help that he received from dty employees during a long battle with bone cancer from September 1987, through November 1993. During much of the first year, he was hospitalized, and the employees provided continuous support throughout his illness, keeping in touch and donating annual leave to keep him on the payroll. He commented that the people ofHenderson were truly remarkable. He will always be grateful to Janice Wiese, personnel director, for her foresight, assistance, and friendship at this particular time in his life. 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There's a different book each month, containing two for one meals, free souvenirs, match plays, discounts on bin^o, beno. and much more! DAILY SESSIONS 1:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. A Fabulous Mexican Restaurant Featuring the FIESTA 17 FEAST IWS^ DINNERi Sunday through Thursday. Open from 4 p.m. Daily aJ|ralli-Jlr^lf^lrll rIl rmJI r^J) fJlrJI rmT JJr^kvSh/g^gSQSP'^^^y^aGSC Complete Prime Rib Dinner Dally Specials $3.95. Sunday through Thursday. 99( BIG BREAKFAST Two eggs, bacon or sausage, hashbrowns and toast. 11 p.m. 7 a.m. C • A • S • I • N • O MOVCbiir SI. IXnrnuwrn Henderson 564-1811 Prices .sub)cci kiclwiivV

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Page 2 Henderson Home News Tuesday, Decembers, 1994 OVERVIEW X 4 Roy TneiM News Staff Writer ff Getting personal with the holidays Thanks to a colleague of mine, Kathy Streeter, I had the opportunity Friday to start getting involved with the holiday season. Throu^ an article of hers urging residents to become involved and make the holidays a little better for the less fortunate, I decided to take a little action. Sure I've done my bare minimum part over the years by tossing in a few coins to help the Salvation Army and other charities, but it was always impersonal. So I asked Kathy if I could join her when she visited the Henderson Convalescent Hospital to adopt a grandparent. 'The atmosphere at the convalescent home at times bordered on quiet desperation. One frail man in a wheelchair who apparently was defeated in the mind games arena was incessantly grunting as if he was revving a motor. When does one start to slip and are there any warning lights? If so, what are the options, I thought to myself My emotions took another twist when I met some of the staff. Kindness and caring could easily been seen on their faces when we walked through the halls. But one staff member's personality filled me with introspection and self-doubt. Angela's persona was like a well-shaken yet-corked bottle of champagne. She was practically bursting and wanted others to share in her happiness. I wondered if I could handle such a trying situation and still invoke joy in others, like Angela does. When we presented our adopted grandparent, George, with a poinsettia (Kath/s idea) he was surprised and taken aback. He seemed a little embarrassed to be in his situation of relying on others and he is determined to change his circumstances. The faded yellow curtain that separated George's area with his roommate's acted as more than just a flimsy physical barrier. Although George has been residing at the convalescent home for three weeks, there were no signs of permanency in his area, unlike his roommate who has occupied virtually every inch. His roommate built a tiny desk from boxes, that store some of his possessions, to take care of his daily business. The walls on George's side were blank and his area wasn't cluttered with books, magazines, nicknacks or anything else that might slow him down if and when the idee of going home comes up. At 61 years old, George is lucid but he doesn't bounce back like he used to. He was in a car accident two months ago and he appreciates the physical therapy he receives at the convalescent home but he wants to do more, much more. Meanwhile he is confronted with his mortality and is surrounded by the aged. His only consolation is the caring staff. As we were leaving, I noticed a woman in a wheelchair with a beaming smile as when we had arrived. Her smile seemed to beckon for attention. Afraid she would consume any attention with an insatiable appetite, I only smiled back and continued to leave, hoping someone else would get involved. CAUGHT: Renata's suspects arrested From Page 1 They had run a mono-filament type line along the perimeter of the backyard between stakes and at different heights," Mayberry said. They had strung them at different heights and especially at night these wires would have been very difficult to see." Because of the threat of traps, the police waited until Saturday momingto search the home which Mayberry said was a meeting place for the suspects. The wires were attached to "some kind of warning device," as Mayberry described it. The alarm did not work and they arrested Mercado, Kaufmann, and Austria. Chuatoco was still at large but police traced him to 2816 Storkspur Way where he was arrested. Along with the suspects, several weapons were seized which police believe could have been used in the crime although they were awaiting ballistic tests to make sure. Mayberry said Hargrave somehow met up with the gang members after he had started working at Renata's and had not worked there specifically for the John Judge/News Staff EXPLAINING ARRESTS — Lt. Michael Mayben7, of the Henderson Police sits between Special Agent Randolph Prillman of the FBI, left and Henderson Police Chief Tommy Bums at a press conference Monday morning to give out details of the investigation in to the Renata's killing. The police an-ested five people, including a Renata's security guard, who they believe robbed the business the day after Thanksgiving. purposeofrobbingthem. He would also nol .elease whether or not Hargrave or any of the other suspects had previous criminal histories. The suspects are currently being held in the Henderson Jail and appeared in Henderson Justice Court Monday morning. Their next appearance will be Monday, Dec. 12 for their felony arraignment. Henderson employee honored at JDF reception City of Henderson employee Darlene Finney was honored for collecting the most pledges overall for this year's 10th annual fund raiser "Walk For The Cure," sponsored by the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation. Finney, who took first place after collectingatotalof$3,510.00 for this worthwhile event, was recognized for her outstanding efforts at a reception held at Z Tejas Grill in Las Vegas. Finney has worked in the Planning Department for over 8 years. Aimee Cella, JDF Walk Coordinator for the city of Henderson, recruited 43 walkers and through a cooperative spirit of the city's employees, raised atotal of $7,045 for JDF this year. This year's event was held at the MGM Grand Adventure Theme Park. Throui^ fund raising events such as this, over $156 million has been funded by JDF for diabetes research since 1970, according to the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation. Dariene Rnney October unemployment rate holds steady Nevada's labor market analysts reported that the statewide seasonally adjusted unemployment rate is 5.8%, unchanged September to October. Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation Director Carol A. Jackson said. The states unemploymentrateof5.8% is equal to the national average of 6.8%(down over-the-month). And, Nevada's rate is 1.9 percentage points lower than neighboring California's 7.7% unemployment (also down over-the-month)." "Job growth in Nevada continues to be strong," said Jackson, adding, '^e expect to see continued steady employment growth into the coming year." The research bureauestimates that during October, the Las Vegas metropolitan statistical area's (Clark and Nye Counties in Nevada, and Mohave County in Arizona) unemployment rate was 5.9%, down four-tenths of a percentage point since September. Washoe County's October jobless rate was 5%, up from 4.9% over-the-month. The Carson City labor market area's (Carson City, Douglas, Lyon, and Storey Counties) unemployment was estimated at 6.2%, down one-tenth of a percentage point since September. The Elko labor market area's (Elko and Eureka Counties) unemployment rate was estimated at 5.1%, down two-tenths of a percentage point since September. The number of workers employed at Nevada businesses continues to grow, with over-theyear job gains in all basic industrial sectors, including: •Service industries (gaming, recreation, and hotels; personal; business; medical and health; legal; engineering, accounting; and management) gained 18,600 jobs •Trade (retail and wholesale— general merchandise andapparel; food stores; auto dealers and service stations; and eating/drinking establishments) gained 5,300 jobs; •Federal, state and local government gained 5,000 jobs; •Manufacturing gained 1,800 jobs; •Transportation and Public Utilities gained 1,500 jobs; •Construction gained 1,300 jobs; •Finance Insurance and Real Estate gained 600 jobs. Man charged with lewdness A man allegedly seen masturbating in front of two adult females was arrested on four counts of open and gross lewdness Monday, liie arrest was the result of a one month investigation. ^don Richard Colby, age 31, was allegedly seen masturbating in the area of 171 Van Wagenen Nov. 7. at 3:10 am., and at the same location on Dec. 5. The latter incident occurred at approximately 2:50 &m. Henderson Police officers arrived on the scene and pursued Coll)y on foot, losing him in a residential area A seardi of the area was conducted, and Colby was located hiding in an abandoned vehicle. He was subsequently arrested. Police reported that Colby's actions were a continuous problem. He was seen by the same two adult females each time. The investigation of these incidents is ongoing. Anyone with additional information is uiged to call the Henderson PoUce Department at 565-2009, or Secret Witness at 386-5555. OFHCE: From Page 1 and the City Council, although accommodating another office could be hard. "I cant' think of anywhere where we have a space," Speight said. Sarah Ralston, a spokesperson for Ensign, said the congressman and his staffhave been discussing staffing optionsbuthave notmade any decisions because of the current mood in Washington. "We've been discussing this in the past couple of weeks," Ralston said. "And we'd really like to keep it. But in Washington there is a furor to cut staffs. We can't find out the staffing size or levels but we would really like to keep it open." Ralston said Ensign's staffers are comparing the costs of private offices and she would have a better idea of their plans towards the middle or late January. If Ensign does decide to place an office in Henderson, at least one councilman said he would be in favor of the idea, provided that Ensign, unlike Bilbray, pays for the space. "We would certainly try to work something out, Clark said. "He should pay for it. But I certainly wouldn'thave a problem with it." Mayor, City Council light giant Christmas tree tonight Mayor Bob Groesbeck and members of the City Council will officially "light up" the new Robert A Swadell Justice Facility for the holiday season tonight at 6 p.m. In a brief gathering, the Mayor will flip the switch on a giant, 30foot Christmas tree that appears to span through two floors of the building. The public is invited to attend this very special tree-lighting ceremony bound to become a Henderson tradition in years to come. The ceremony will be held on the steps of City Hall, 240 S. Water St. prior to the City Council meeting. The beautifully decorated and illuminated Christmas tree will be framed inside the glass wall of the new Justice Facility, which faces City Hall across the street. V.'-'.W/ .A ^Uk^kJM Holiday pef^rmaric^^ to benefit talented youth Local producers, Tony Sacca and Darlene Mae Sacca of All Media Promotions, will present "Merry Christmas Las Vegas," a special holiday show featuring some of Las Vegas' finest entertainers in a performance to benefit the Youth Foundation for the Performing Arts. This annual fund-raiser will be taped live for television on Monday ni§^t, Dec. 12, and will air Christmas Eve at 7 p.m. on KTNV, TV-13. The Dec. 12 performance will take place at the Mt. Charleston Hotel and Restaurant. It will begin at 6 p.m. with hor d'oeurves and wine-tasUng, followed by an evening of seasonal song and Elks keep with tradition Keeping with their tradition of helping others, the Elks Lodge 1956 served 104 needy people during a Thanksgiving dinner. The Elks Lodge has been helping the needy for more than 30 years in town. A spokesman for the Elks Lodge said a soccer team from Lakewood, Colo, was stranded so they served them dinner. The Salvation Army had called us. We were told they called other places butnoonecouldhelp them. Luckily we could help them." Thanksgiving is not the only time the Elks Lodge reaches out to the less fortunate. At C!hristmas they will prepare baskets for the needy families in Henderson. The Elks are havinga donation party Dec. 16 at 631 E. Lake Mead Drive. People are asked to bring a gift or canned food. laughter. "Tickets are $25 donation per person. Because seating is limited, the show is expected to sell out early. All proceeds from the event go to the Youth Foundation for the Performing Arts, a non-profit organization founded to assist talented youth interested in pursuing a career in the performing arts. No overview Managing Editor Paul Szydelko is on vacation. His "Overview" column will resume when he returns. Correction The Dec. 1 issue of the News misspelled the California artist's name in the Cookie Jar Man story on page 2. The artist's name is Sascha Branstoff. HOME NEWS An Independent Newspaper Founded June 1, 1951 Henderson Home News (USPS 516649) Published every Tuesday and Thursday morning at 2 Commerce Center Drive, Henderson, Nevada, by HBC Publications Inc. Second class postage paid at Henderson, Nevada. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to: HENDERSON HOME NEWS 2 Commarce Center Drive Henderson, NV 89014 Phone (702) 564-1881 CuBtomer 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 TIIWI 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 tTionths East of Mississippi$35 per year $25 for six months Tuesday, December 6, 1994 Henderson Home Nws Pag* 3 Ventana Canyon breaks ground Kathy Staff Writer An area recent^ annexed to the dty, known as the *don\it hole" because it was in the county but surrounded hy dty land, will soon be the site at more than 1,800 homes. Plans for Ventana Canyon, a 300-acre master-planned community, were unveiled during a ground breaking ceremony Thursday. The development, a joint venture between The Developers of Nevada and AmPac Development, will be located at American Pacific Drive and Stephanie Street 'The community will fill only a fraction of the 1,700 acres which wBsformerly part ofClaric County. Tlie area was between Interstate 516 and Arroyo Grande Boulevard and between Lake Mead Drive and Warm Springs Road. "We had heard that the City and the County can't work together and the donut would be thereforever," Rollie Sturm oTThe Developers said. "We've had a tremendous effort here between theCityandourpeopleandAmPac people. It was a great job that they all did...They made an impossibility a deal that is going to move fast from here on out" Ted Gibson and his family owned the development site for more than 30 years. 1 can't think of a better use of the property," he said. Gibson is also chairman and CEO of AmPac, which developed Gibson Business Paik, home to companies such as Ocean Spray and Kidd Marshmallows. AmPac is also involved in building office/ warehouse space within the Gibson Business Park. The Developers of Nevada is headed by real estate pioneer Al Collins, who helped introduce the master-planned community concept to SouthemNevadawiUi The THE NEWS IS YOUR COMMUNITY NEWSPAPER Rob Weidenfeld/News Staff GROUND BREAKING • Several of Henderson's dignitaries broke ground Thursday on tiMsite of Ventana Canyoa The residential development sits on 300 acres at Stephanie Street and Amerioin Pacific Drive. Lakes at West Sahara, Green Valley South and other communities. "We feel we have a super location here," said Collins. "The Henderson and Green Valley areas are some of the most desirable places to live in Southern Nevada, and we're offering a very affordable opportunity to move there." Floorplans will start in the low $90,000s. The Ventana Canyon community will consist of single family homes, townhomes and apartments. The builder will provide 12 different floorplans rangingin size from 1,265 to 2,739 square feet All ofVentana Canyon's homes will be built utilizing steel studs as opposed to traditional wood framing—a process perfected by The Developers of Nevada at its Riviera neighborhood, which won the prestigious Judges Award at the 1994 Homer Awards for its uniqueness and quality. "Steel studs are stronger than wood and they don't warp or bow with changes in weather," Collins said, "^e will be offering these better built homes for the same price of a typical wood-built home." Ventana Canyon's single-family home neighborhood, Castle Ridge, offers nine floorplans. Every home will be situated on a minimum 6,000 square foot homesite, and many will be on homesites 6,600 square feet and larger. Each home in the neighborhood will come with a three-car garage. Rainbow Creek, Ventana Canyon's townhome neighborhood, will offer three floorplans, each with a one-car garage. Pre-sales for Ventana Canyon are expected to begin early next year. City to honor Conner Julius P. (J.C.) Conner, Engineering Design Technician III in the Public Works Department will be honored by the City Council at tonight's meeting in recognition of 20 years of service. Conner started his career with the dty on December 10,1974, as a Design Technidan, and has stayed in this field throuc^outhis tenure with the dty, performing dvil engineering work on water and sewer fadlities, plot plan profiles and streetdesigns. Conner noted that while his job function may have remained the same, the work has dianged constantly as the dty has grown, and it is this variety that has provided the challenge and the satisfaction to keep him with the dty for the past 20 years. He noted that the engineering field has been transformed while Hospice holds memorial Ihe Nathan Adelson Hospice Foundation invites the community to join them in remembering loved ones during the fifth annual lii^tUp A life" celebration now through Jan. 6. Gifts made in memory of loved ones and friends will benefit the Hospice and the names of those remembered will be entered into a memory book on view in the diapel. In addition, at 6:30 p.m., on Dec. 7, loved ones and friends will be honored at a tree lii^ting ceremony on the east lawn of the Hospice. Spedal prayers and words of remembrance will begiven by local clergy, refreshments will be served. Agift in memoiy of a loved one can be made fay sending a check payable to the Nathan Adelson Hospice Foundation, 4141 S. Swenson St, Las Vegas, Nevada 89119. Please include the name of the individual to be written in the memoiy book. For more information, call 796-3132. he has been in the Public Works Department, and he has appredated the assistance the city has always provided in keeping abreast of the latest technology and providing computer systems and the training to allow die employees to stay at the top of their field. The event that most clearly stays in Conners mind, however, as he reviews his time with the dty, is the help that he received from dty employees during a long battle with bone cancer from September 1987, through November 1993. During much of the first year, he was hospitalized, and the employees provided continuous support throughout his illness, keeping in touch and donating annual leave to keep him on the payroll. He commented that the people ofHenderson were truly remarkable. He will always be grateful to Janice Wiese, personnel director, for her foresight, assistance, and friendship at this particular time in his life. She, along with many others, provided the moral and financial support necessary to sustain Conner through his recovery. Um BOXES ETC Authorized UPS Shipping Outlets PECOS WINDMILL GREEN VALLEY PLAZA PLAZA 2657 Windmill Pkwy, Hend 2756 Green Valley Pkwy, Hend 896-9898 454-5220 SMITHS SHOPPING CENTER 850 S BouMer Hwy.. Hend. 565-1235 bach MBE Cornet is an Indoppnclenlly Owned and Operated Franchise C19M Man Bo Elc. Tis The Season To Be Wary. ^^^ase Don't Drink and Drive... (and Watch Out for the Other Guy!) Please Use Good Judgement and Common Sense ^ 4 Best Wishes for a Happy ^^^ and SAFE New Yean Frank's Auto Body, Inc. 1432 N. Boulder Hwy. Hend. 564-6472 or 564-6475 • ^ -^d^ r^'^ 1 .1 SHOP, THEN STOP AT | ^^^fW^ffWf^W^J^^ .0.0. SWJK \ 9? t Henderson's Best Bet! 'I For those with 50 years of living experience and libetohavefun!! Receive a free coupon boob each month. There's a different book each month, containing two for one meals, free souvenirs, match plays, discounts on bin^o, beno. and much more! DAILY SESSIONS 1:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. A Fabulous Mexican Restaurant Featuring the FIESTA 17 FEAST IWS^ DINNERi Sunday through Thursday. Open from 4 p.m. Daily aJ|ralli-Jlr^lf^lrll rIl rmJI r^J) fJlrJI rmT JJr^kvSh/g^gSQSP'^^^y^aGSC Complete Prime Rib Dinner Dally Specials $3.95. Sunday through Thursday. 99( BIG BREAKFAST Two eggs, bacon or sausage, hashbrowns and toast. 11 p.m. 7 a.m. C • A • S • I • N • O MOVCbiir SI. IXnrnuwrn Henderson 564-1811 Prices .sub)cci kiclwiivV

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Page 4 Henderson Home News Tuesday, December 6, 1994 Dan Taylor to retire after 32 years THE NEWS COVERS YOUR COMMUNITY MNhy vtfMtair News Staff Writer Dan Taylor remembers Henderson when it was a small town— 6,600 tesidents. He made it home in 1966, and this month he will retire after 32 years in the insurance business — a profession which kept him in touch with the community and its vicissitudes. "At one time you knew everyone in Henderson," Taylor said, That's part of the evolution of the community, you're bound to lose contact with all the people you knew before, and yet those are newchallenges and newfronders. You can't stand in the way of progress, you know, you've just got to have it. It's a great place to live, I know that." Taylor, 61, worked as a credit managerforSilverState Disposal shortly aflerheandhis wife,'Tillie, arrived in town. He was about to go to work for Beneficial Life when the late Bob McBride, Henderson's first State Farm Agent, suggested Taylor join State Farm. Taylor was a senior in college at the time, studying education. McBride took him into his office for a couple years, then Taylor rented an office from Selma Bartlett at 2 W. Pacific Ave. and struck out on his own. He took Western Union into the back half of the building to help pay the bills, andhiredhii^ school student Kent Baker, now a State Farm Agent, to deUver telegrams at 25 cents each. In 1976 Taylor moved his business to its current location at 325 W. Lake Mead Dr. He had justfinished addingon to the front of the ofTice when the 1980 flood struck. It ripped the back off the building and deposited three inches of silt and water on the floor. There was no flood insurance available at that time, he said, so he just had to eat the expense. Taylor's insurance staff grew from one employee (his sister Dottie)atthe Pacific Avenue office, to 6 full-time and 5 part-time RETIRING—State Farm Agent Dan Taylor will retire this momh after 32 years in the business. He looks back on some of the ways Henderson and the insurance industry have changed. HOLIDAY SALE BIKES IN STOCK h^i 10% OFF VJl E£2/d SE/\1 CHRISTMAS LAYAWAY Q X5' QO't'DDXf i AVAILABLE fl AVAILABLE 745 W. Sunset (Between Fteeway Sc Boulder flwy.) PARTS, SALES, SERVICE, ACCESSOWBS employees. His daughter, Cynthia, works for State Farm as a licensed staff person, and his wife will retire from a part-time position with the business the same day Dan retires. He said quality employees were the reason for his success over the years. Tou're only as good as the people who surround you," Taylor said. That's why Tm successful, because of the people who have surrounded me." Taylor has had a hand in more than the success of his business. He served on the Chamber of Com merce Board ofDirectors, was elected First Vice President of the Chamber, was on the Board of Directors for the Henderson Development Authority, was a member of Rotary Club and chaired the Recreation Board. Another feather in Taylor's cap is the success of Expo. It was the brainchild of Taylor and Roy Campbell of Basic Auto Parts 23 years ago. Taylor said the insurance industry has changed dramatically over his 32 years in the business. Premiumshaveincreased greatly, there are more regulations, and business is no longer conducted on a handshake. "I don't say these are negative," Taylor said. "Everythingbalances itself out. Maybe you don't like the changes, but sometimes they're brought about as a necessity. "The biggest change I see with the advent of computers is we have to document everything we do and say as opposed to the old days when it was a handshake. It used to be if your word was good, it was great. If your word wasn't any good then word got around that you weren't any good. Today CCSN Henderson to liol^rientation Spring Orientation for new and continuing Community College of Southern Nevada students, will be held at the Henderson campus on Tuesday, Dec. 6 and Wednesday, Dec. 7. CCSN counselors Carol Cravens and Vince Ricci will discuss enrollment procedures and explain university transfer courses and career courses. Topics to be covered include course costs, financial aid and career choices. Tuesday's session will be held at 9 a.m. and Wednesday's will be at6p.m.,inbuildingB,room210. Reservations are recommended because of limited space. They THE NEWS IS YOUR COMMUNITY NEWSPAPER can be made by calling 564-7484, ext. 249. For anyone unable to attend on these dates, orientations will be held again on Jan. 6, at 1 p.m. and 6 p.m. Early telephone registration for students currently enrolled began Nov. 29 and will be open to all students beginning Dec. 14. Regular registration for all three CCSN campuses is Jan. 1920, with classes beginning on Jan. 23. Spring class schedules are available at all campuses and most publitlibraries. DOE Community Advisory Board Meeting The Community Advisory Board for Nevada Test Site programs will meet December 7 to discuss environmental restoration and waste management issues for the Nevada Test Site. The Board will meet 5:30 p.m. to 10:00 p.m., Wednesday, December 7 at the Holiday Inn Crowne Plaza, 4255 S. Paradise Road in Las Vegas. If you are unable to attend, and have comments and questions, contact: U.S. Department of Energy Darwin Morgan Office of External Affairs P.O. Box 98518 Las Vegas, Nevada 89193-8518 702-295-1379 U.S. Department of Energy Nevada OperationB Office it's harder to build trust." Taylor will retire Dec. 31. He and Tillie will travel and spend time with their grandchildren, he said. A new State Farm agent, Steve Arrington, will occupy the Lake Mead office. "I would like to thank all the people in Henderson for their business and support over th e last 32 years," Taylor said. 'Word of mouth is the best advertising you can get." He said he is proud to have been a part of the community over the years. "I thank God that I've been a part of Henderson when I was a part of Henderson," Taylor said. To me, I was on the ground floor of what was going on and how Henderson became a city." The Taylors have three daughters: Cynthia, Nancy and Dana. They have been married 43 years. WIC (Women, Infants, and Children Supplemental Food Prograni) Providing Food to Low Income '^ pregnant, breastfeeding women, afid famiiies with cliiidren under 5 years of age. For more information contact an E.O.B. Health Clinic near you M. East Las Vegas 451-7699 Henderson 56S-0727 $ 3S,000 "KOLD msst BINCO HOEDOWN Three 12 Game Sessions ',;'; Tuesday, December 13,1994 • 5:30 pm, 8 pm, 10:30 prny* S100 BUY-IN INCLUDES: One 6-on Paper Pack for each session. Two Daubers One Lunch Buffet forDec.13or14,1994 Reserved Seating. Additional 6-on Paper Packs are MO each. (Limit 2 per player) Thanksgiving Day Giveaway: A Boomtown Address Book "Gold Rush" Bingo Hoedown is limited to 392 players. Entry forms available in Bingo Room. it^kt^t mmm LAS VEOAS HOTH CAJINO RV SOOKT NOREFUN0§ AFTER DECEMBER 10,1994 Management reserves aS riglits. Just 5 minutes south of Tropicana • Exit at Blue Diamond Road ^ tiibiloH All NEW Prime Kib& Buffet rou-Can-Eat j^3pltistax • — ^r_ Imagine a thick slice of prime rib marinated in its own natural 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, Chicken Tetrazzini, and Rainbow Rotelle with Salmon, salads, side orders and delectable ^esserts. Saturday Night Buffet 4:30 to 10:00pm cnA9k^§I2^ SUllONVlWl \1 ...MnontSuee M>ss tli • ii Tuesday, December 6, 1994 Henderson Home News Page 5 Rob Weidenfeld/News Staff STEPMAN ROASTED Long-time Henderson (of course) busimany prominent locals, induding Sen. Richard Bryan, left, and HMaman Ben Stepman, center, was roasted Sunday night by comedian Pete BartMJtti. Tai^et to host special holiday party BrlnsUsYour We'll Imprint your Name or Signature Professionally Addressed ^ Save Valuable Time & Money ZJjsionary Lren 736-4766 Qrealion of Unvilaiionsfor Overt/ Occasion f^ Express Lube •• OIL CHANGE SPECIALIST I ^appy HoCidays ^Lj^ A FREE CAR WASHES* ^ .with oil & filter diange, *, < Ae? ;1ubndi4i)oint checkup $19.95 Boulder Highway & Palo Verde 565-0522 Across from the movie theetre '•with Coupon Most cr Includes 5 quarts of Havollne Formula 3 motor oil. Expires Jan. 2,1995 On Tuesday, Dec. 6, Target •tores nationwide will set aside special holiday shopping hours exclusively for senior citizens and people with disabilities. From 8 to 10a.in.,Target will hostits annual Holiday Party, allowing senior dtitens and people with disabilities to do their holiday shopping ill a relaxed atmosphere without ^hectic holiday rush. / As special guests, senior citixans and people with disabilities can bring their holiday shopping Usts to any Target store where team members and community vohinteers will provide personal Chopping assistance and help them decorate and wrap up the season. This festive event also features entertainment, refreshmenta— even pictures with Santa Glaus. • "ITie Holiday Party is a very spedal tradition for Target," said Qail Dom, director of community relations for Target. "All of our guests are important to us, and this lets those that might be otherwise overwhelmed by holiday crowds move throughout our store with ease." Target team members and community volunteers go out of their way each year to make this holiday party wonderful. Each store is responsible for planning its own events. The Target store located at 605 Stephanie Street willbeprovidingfreegift wrapping and 10% off all purchases. The Holiday Party is one of hundreds of commimity programs that Target is involved with each year. As part of its Target The Family program, 5% of profits is given back to the commimities in which Target does business, and countless hours of volunteer time are donated through the Company's Good Neighbor Volunteer program. Minneapolis-based Target Stores is a quality discount retailer. By year-end 1994, Target will operate 611 stores in 32 states coast to coast. It is the largest division of the Dayton Hudson Corp., one of the nations leading retailers. Memorial services set A Pearl Harbor Memorial Service will be held at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday at Palm Mortuary, 1325 N. Main St., Las Vegas. The public is invited to attend by the Veterans of VFW Post 10047 Chaplain Percy, Chairman Pearl Harbor Memorial Services and Woodie Rainbolt, past state commander and founder. II I I 1 11 • KOTELfi CASINO OUR GREAT SUNDAY CHAMPAGNE BRUNCH $425^ ^^r plus tax ^ FRESH OMELETTES MADE TO ORDER 8:00 A.M. TO 2:00 P.M. % COMPLETE SALAD BAR 4, • Including Fresh Vegetables Fresh Fruit • Much More, 2800 S. Boulder Highway • (702) 294-5000 Hencfei^fi Civic ^mphon/ Mark A. Laycock Music Director preK, Valley View Decreation Center 500 Harris &sodi (at Morrell Park, Henderson) Chaparral Hfgfi Varsity Choir-: Green Conceit Choir /:'• • :' • • • ; Las. Vegas High-^opl.: ConcertChdr. -^v^/^^ (Silverado High .&:hQol. Concert•Qioif .;•;.; \;. Marcia, MacCagno. NecLGuestConductor. • : • • • • Be% blaser^.' • • • .V Altotepphohe • • Call.565^2m for iiiform^c^. • The event of the year! Don't miss our annual Sounds of the Season concert as 350 singers join forces in an unforgettable evening of classic and popular favorites. Beginning with music from Menotti's timeless opera Amahl and the Night Visitors and concluding with the inspiring "Hallelujah Chorus" from Handel's Messiah, the Sounds of the Season concert highlights the greatest instrumental and vocal works from over two centuries of holiday music. Admi(S
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Page 4 Henderson Home News Tuesday, December 6, 1994 Dan Taylor to retire after 32 years THE NEWS COVERS YOUR COMMUNITY MNhy vtfMtair News Staff Writer Dan Taylor remembers Henderson when it was a small town— 6,600 tesidents. He made it home in 1966, and this month he will retire after 32 years in the insurance business — a profession which kept him in touch with the community and its vicissitudes. "At one time you knew everyone in Henderson," Taylor said, That's part of the evolution of the community, you're bound to lose contact with all the people you knew before, and yet those are newchallenges and newfronders. You can't stand in the way of progress, you know, you've just got to have it. It's a great place to live, I know that." Taylor, 61, worked as a credit managerforSilverState Disposal shortly aflerheandhis wife,'Tillie, arrived in town. He was about to go to work for Beneficial Life when the late Bob McBride, Henderson's first State Farm Agent, suggested Taylor join State Farm. Taylor was a senior in college at the time, studying education. McBride took him into his office for a couple years, then Taylor rented an office from Selma Bartlett at 2 W. Pacific Ave. and struck out on his own. He took Western Union into the back half of the building to help pay the bills, andhiredhii^ school student Kent Baker, now a State Farm Agent, to deUver telegrams at 25 cents each. In 1976 Taylor moved his business to its current location at 325 W. Lake Mead Dr. He had justfinished addingon to the front of the ofTice when the 1980 flood struck. It ripped the back off the building and deposited three inches of silt and water on the floor. There was no flood insurance available at that time, he said, so he just had to eat the expense. Taylor's insurance staff grew from one employee (his sister Dottie)atthe Pacific Avenue office, to 6 full-time and 5 part-time RETIRING—State Farm Agent Dan Taylor will retire this momh after 32 years in the business. He looks back on some of the ways Henderson and the insurance industry have changed. HOLIDAY SALE BIKES IN STOCK h^i 10% OFF VJl E£2/d SE/\1 CHRISTMAS LAYAWAY Q X5' QO't'DDXf i AVAILABLE fl AVAILABLE 745 W. Sunset (Between Fteeway Sc Boulder flwy.) PARTS, SALES, SERVICE, ACCESSOWBS employees. His daughter, Cynthia, works for State Farm as a licensed staff person, and his wife will retire from a part-time position with the business the same day Dan retires. He said quality employees were the reason for his success over the years. Tou're only as good as the people who surround you," Taylor said. That's why Tm successful, because of the people who have surrounded me." Taylor has had a hand in more than the success of his business. He served on the Chamber of Com merce Board ofDirectors, was elected First Vice President of the Chamber, was on the Board of Directors for the Henderson Development Authority, was a member of Rotary Club and chaired the Recreation Board. Another feather in Taylor's cap is the success of Expo. It was the brainchild of Taylor and Roy Campbell of Basic Auto Parts 23 years ago. Taylor said the insurance industry has changed dramatically over his 32 years in the business. Premiumshaveincreased greatly, there are more regulations, and business is no longer conducted on a handshake. "I don't say these are negative," Taylor said. "Everythingbalances itself out. Maybe you don't like the changes, but sometimes they're brought about as a necessity. "The biggest change I see with the advent of computers is we have to document everything we do and say as opposed to the old days when it was a handshake. It used to be if your word was good, it was great. If your word wasn't any good then word got around that you weren't any good. Today CCSN Henderson to liol^rientation Spring Orientation for new and continuing Community College of Southern Nevada students, will be held at the Henderson campus on Tuesday, Dec. 6 and Wednesday, Dec. 7. CCSN counselors Carol Cravens and Vince Ricci will discuss enrollment procedures and explain university transfer courses and career courses. Topics to be covered include course costs, financial aid and career choices. Tuesday's session will be held at 9 a.m. and Wednesday's will be at6p.m.,inbuildingB,room210. Reservations are recommended because of limited space. They THE NEWS IS YOUR COMMUNITY NEWSPAPER can be made by calling 564-7484, ext. 249. For anyone unable to attend on these dates, orientations will be held again on Jan. 6, at 1 p.m. and 6 p.m. Early telephone registration for students currently enrolled began Nov. 29 and will be open to all students beginning Dec. 14. Regular registration for all three CCSN campuses is Jan. 1920, with classes beginning on Jan. 23. Spring class schedules are available at all campuses and most publitlibraries. DOE Community Advisory Board Meeting The Community Advisory Board for Nevada Test Site programs will meet December 7 to discuss environmental restoration and waste management issues for the Nevada Test Site. The Board will meet 5:30 p.m. to 10:00 p.m., Wednesday, December 7 at the Holiday Inn Crowne Plaza, 4255 S. Paradise Road in Las Vegas. If you are unable to attend, and have comments and questions, contact: U.S. Department of Energy Darwin Morgan Office of External Affairs P.O. Box 98518 Las Vegas, Nevada 89193-8518 702-295-1379 U.S. Department of Energy Nevada OperationB Office it's harder to build trust." Taylor will retire Dec. 31. He and Tillie will travel and spend time with their grandchildren, he said. A new State Farm agent, Steve Arrington, will occupy the Lake Mead office. "I would like to thank all the people in Henderson for their business and support over th e last 32 years," Taylor said. 'Word of mouth is the best advertising you can get." He said he is proud to have been a part of the community over the years. "I thank God that I've been a part of Henderson when I was a part of Henderson," Taylor said. To me, I was on the ground floor of what was going on and how Henderson became a city." The Taylors have three daughters: Cynthia, Nancy and Dana. They have been married 43 years. WIC (Women, Infants, and Children Supplemental Food Prograni) Providing Food to Low Income '^ pregnant, breastfeeding women, afid famiiies with cliiidren under 5 years of age. For more information contact an E.O.B. Health Clinic near you M. East Las Vegas 451-7699 Henderson 56S-0727 $ 3S,000 "KOLD msst BINCO HOEDOWN Three 12 Game Sessions ',;'; Tuesday, December 13,1994 • 5:30 pm, 8 pm, 10:30 prny* S100 BUY-IN INCLUDES: One 6-on Paper Pack for each session. Two Daubers One Lunch Buffet forDec.13or14,1994 Reserved Seating. Additional 6-on Paper Packs are MO each. (Limit 2 per player) Thanksgiving Day Giveaway: A Boomtown Address Book "Gold Rush" Bingo Hoedown is limited to 392 players. Entry forms available in Bingo Room. it^kt^t mmm LAS VEOAS HOTH CAJINO RV SOOKT NOREFUN0§ AFTER DECEMBER 10,1994 Management reserves aS riglits. Just 5 minutes south of Tropicana • Exit at Blue Diamond Road ^ tiibiloH All NEW Prime Kib& Buffet rou-Can-Eat j^3pltistax • — ^r_ Imagine a thick slice of prime rib marinated in its own natural 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, Chicken Tetrazzini, and Rainbow Rotelle with Salmon, salads, side orders and delectable ^esserts. Saturday Night Buffet 4:30 to 10:00pm cnA9k^§I2^ SUllONVlWl \1 ...MnontSuee M>ss tli • ii Tuesday, December 6, 1994 Henderson Home News Page 5 Rob Weidenfeld/News Staff STEPMAN ROASTED Long-time Henderson (of course) busimany prominent locals, induding Sen. Richard Bryan, left, and HMaman Ben Stepman, center, was roasted Sunday night by comedian Pete BartMJtti. Tai^et to host special holiday party BrlnsUsYour We'll Imprint your Name or Signature Professionally Addressed ^ Save Valuable Time & Money ZJjsionary Lren 736-4766 Qrealion of Unvilaiionsfor Overt/ Occasion f^ Express Lube •• OIL CHANGE SPECIALIST I ^appy HoCidays ^Lj^ A FREE CAR WASHES* ^ .with oil & filter diange, *, < Ae? ;1ubndi4i)oint checkup $19.95 Boulder Highway & Palo Verde 565-0522 Across from the movie theetre '•with Coupon Most cr Includes 5 quarts of Havollne Formula 3 motor oil. Expires Jan. 2,1995 On Tuesday, Dec. 6, Target •tores nationwide will set aside special holiday shopping hours exclusively for senior citizens and people with disabilities. From 8 to 10a.in.,Target will hostits annual Holiday Party, allowing senior dtitens and people with disabilities to do their holiday shopping ill a relaxed atmosphere without ^hectic holiday rush. / As special guests, senior citixans and people with disabilities can bring their holiday shopping Usts to any Target store where team members and community vohinteers will provide personal Chopping assistance and help them decorate and wrap up the season. This festive event also features entertainment, refreshmenta— even pictures with Santa Glaus. • "ITie Holiday Party is a very spedal tradition for Target," said Qail Dom, director of community relations for Target. "All of our guests are important to us, and this lets those that might be otherwise overwhelmed by holiday crowds move throughout our store with ease." Target team members and community volunteers go out of their way each year to make this holiday party wonderful. Each store is responsible for planning its own events. The Target store located at 605 Stephanie Street willbeprovidingfreegift wrapping and 10% off all purchases. The Holiday Party is one of hundreds of commimity programs that Target is involved with each year. As part of its Target The Family program, 5% of profits is given back to the commimities in which Target does business, and countless hours of volunteer time are donated through the Company's Good Neighbor Volunteer program. Minneapolis-based Target Stores is a quality discount retailer. By year-end 1994, Target will operate 611 stores in 32 states coast to coast. It is the largest division of the Dayton Hudson Corp., one of the nations leading retailers. Memorial services set A Pearl Harbor Memorial Service will be held at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday at Palm Mortuary, 1325 N. Main St., Las Vegas. The public is invited to attend by the Veterans of VFW Post 10047 Chaplain Percy, Chairman Pearl Harbor Memorial Services and Woodie Rainbolt, past state commander and founder. II I I 1 11 • KOTELfi CASINO OUR GREAT SUNDAY CHAMPAGNE BRUNCH $425^ ^^r plus tax ^ FRESH OMELETTES MADE TO ORDER 8:00 A.M. TO 2:00 P.M. % COMPLETE SALAD BAR 4, • Including Fresh Vegetables Fresh Fruit • Much More, 2800 S. Boulder Highway • (702) 294-5000 Hencfei^fi Civic ^mphon/ Mark A. Laycock Music Director preK, Valley View Decreation Center 500 Harris &sodi (at Morrell Park, Henderson) Chaparral Hfgfi Varsity Choir-: Green Conceit Choir /:'• • :' • • • ; Las. Vegas High-^opl.: ConcertChdr. -^v^/^^ (Silverado High .&:hQol. Concert•Qioif .;•;.; \;. Marcia, MacCagno. NecLGuestConductor. • : • • • • Be% blaser^.' • • • .V Altotepphohe • • Call.565^2m for iiiform^c^. • The event of the year! Don't miss our annual Sounds of the Season concert as 350 singers join forces in an unforgettable evening of classic and popular favorites. Beginning with music from Menotti's timeless opera Amahl and the Night Visitors and concluding with the inspiring "Hallelujah Chorus" from Handel's Messiah, the Sounds of the Season concert highlights the greatest instrumental and vocal works from over two centuries of holiday music. Admi(S
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Page 6 Henderson Home News Tuesday, December 6, 1994 Henderson Civic Sympliony offers 'Sounds of tlie Season' Favorite music of the holidays perfonned by a 350-voice chorus, alto saxophone soloist Betsy Blaser, and guest conductor Marcia MacCagno Neel will highlight the Henderson Civic Symphony's second annual Sounds of the Season concert at 7 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 8 at the Valley View Recreation Center, 500 Harris St The free concert includes holiday music from both classical and popular traditions, including selections from Menotti's "Amahl and the Night Visitors," Handel's "Messiah," and Tchaikovsky's "The Nutcracker." Joining the symphony will be students from six of the finest choral programs in the Clark County School District: Basic, Chaparral, Clark, Green Valley, Las Vegas, and Silverado High Schools. Traditional favorites "I Saw Three Ships" and "Sleigh Ride" will be performed, as well as a contemporary carol by Natalie Sleeth, "Baby, What You Coin' to Ber Neel, coordinator of Secondary Fine Arts for the school district and a nationally-recognized music educator, will lead the singers in a performance of a seasonal Renaissance motet, and the concert will conclude with the "Hallelujah Chorus" from "Messiah." The concert will also feature alto saxophone soloist Betsy Blaser in a performance of the "Concertino da Camera" by the 20th-century French composer Jacques Ibert. The piece is a virtuosic showcase for the instrument, demanding a full range of dynamic and expressive technique. She is a former student of the renowned saxophonist Frederick Hemke, and is a member of the Las Vegas Blues Society. Music director Mark Laycock will conduct selections from the worlds of ballet and opera, including "Mother Ginger" from "The Nutcracker" and a suite of incidental music from "Amahl and the Night Visitors." Music by two popular American composers, Leroy Anderson and Morton Gould, will also be featured. A native of Waterville, Kan. Blaser began playing the saxophone at age 10. In 1987, she was one of two musicians from the state accepted as a member of the McDonald's All-America High Sdiool Band. She was also principal saxophonist of the Kansas All-State Band for two con secutive years, and was awarded a scholarship to attend the National Music Camp at Interlochen, Mich. She earned a bachelor of arts degree from Northwestern University where she studied with Hemke for four years. In 1991, she was one of five finalists for a position in the President's Own Marine Band in Washington, D.C. AresidentofLas Vegas since 1992, Blaser performs with the Blues Society and is currently youth minister at Community Lutheran Church. Now in her 16th year with the Clark County School District, MacCagno Neel has earned distinction as Ed W. Clark High School Teacher of the Year, Li 1 **" MM r a 1 f I 1 W^'sffi ^m 1 1 Rob Weidenfeld/News Staff CHRISTMAS GIFT • Taylor Elementary principal Art Ochoa, right accepts a large ctothing donation from McDoniel Elementary principal Carolyn Reedom. McDoniel students donated the clothing to help needy students at Taylor. ON U.S. HWY 93 3 MILES WEST OF HOOVER DAM BOULDER CITY, NEVADA (702) 293-5000 Where People Are Treated Right! 3 GREAT RESTAURANTS FOR YOUR DINING PLEASURE 24 HOUR RESTAURANT FEATURINQ DELICIOUS HOT & COLD ENTREES LUNCH & DINNER BUFFET WITH MORE THAN 45 ITEMS SERVED DAILY TRY OUR STEAK HOUSE DAILY FROM 5 PM TO 10 PM / Nevada's Music Educator of the Year and the nation's Performing Arts Teacher of the Year in The Disney Channel Salutes the American Teacher" Awards. She has worked extensively in the organization and promotion of music in Nevada, currently serving as presidentoftheNevada Music Educator's Association, board member for the Intercollegiate Men's Choruses Assodation,andNevada Research and Standards Male Chorus chair for the American Choral Directors Association. MacCagnoNeel also champions the cause of school music by serving as chairperson of the Nevada Coalition for Music Education and is a current member of the state's Goals 2000 panel for education reform in Nevada Sponsored by the city of Henderson Parks and Recreation Department, the Henderson Civic mSymphony is reaching an creasing audience throughout the Las Vegas Valley. The orchestra is dedicated to providing concert music of distinctive qual ity to area residents while also offering a performance opportunity for both amateur and professional experienced musicians of all ages. Both amateur and professional. For more information, call Cindy Herman, Recreation Coordinator, 565-2367, or music directorMark Laycock, 431-2277. Free Report Reveals HOM IO Stop Piiviii< Rent Forever And Own A Home ()[ Your Own! 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New Customers ONLY • Fax Sending and Receiving • Keys • Office Supplies „ • American Express Money Orders & Money Grams !S5 &> 120 Market St. Inside the Post Office Casino •••••••••• li ^ \ 1 St Wish your clients & customers & friends holiday greetings this year. A unique way is through an ad in your local newspaper. On Dec. 22, HBC Publications will run its annual Christmas Card section. This section will be distributed in Boulder City and Henderson. Deadline for this issue is Friday, Dec. 16 at Noon lor 1 urther Information CALL Your sales representative Henderson 435-7700 HBC Publications, Inc. -^-.There are many beautiful samples for you to choose from

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Page 6 Henderson Home News Tuesday, December 6, 1994 Henderson Civic Sympliony offers 'Sounds of tlie Season' Favorite music of the holidays perfonned by a 350-voice chorus, alto saxophone soloist Betsy Blaser, and guest conductor Marcia MacCagno Neel will highlight the Henderson Civic Symphony's second annual Sounds of the Season concert at 7 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 8 at the Valley View Recreation Center, 500 Harris St The free concert includes holiday music from both classical and popular traditions, including selections from Menotti's "Amahl and the Night Visitors," Handel's "Messiah," and Tchaikovsky's "The Nutcracker." Joining the symphony will be students from six of the finest choral programs in the Clark County School District: Basic, Chaparral, Clark, Green Valley, Las Vegas, and Silverado High Schools. Traditional favorites "I Saw Three Ships" and "Sleigh Ride" will be performed, as well as a contemporary carol by Natalie Sleeth, "Baby, What You Coin' to Ber Neel, coordinator of Secondary Fine Arts for the school district and a nationally-recognized music educator, will lead the singers in a performance of a seasonal Renaissance motet, and the concert will conclude with the "Hallelujah Chorus" from "Messiah." The concert will also feature alto saxophone soloist Betsy Blaser in a performance of the "Concertino da Camera" by the 20th-century French composer Jacques Ibert. The piece is a virtuosic showcase for the instrument, demanding a full range of dynamic and expressive technique. She is a former student of the renowned saxophonist Frederick Hemke, and is a member of the Las Vegas Blues Society. Music director Mark Laycock will conduct selections from the worlds of ballet and opera, including "Mother Ginger" from "The Nutcracker" and a suite of incidental music from "Amahl and the Night Visitors." Music by two popular American composers, Leroy Anderson and Morton Gould, will also be featured. A native of Waterville, Kan. Blaser began playing the saxophone at age 10. In 1987, she was one of two musicians from the state accepted as a member of the McDonald's All-America High Sdiool Band. She was also principal saxophonist of the Kansas All-State Band for two con secutive years, and was awarded a scholarship to attend the National Music Camp at Interlochen, Mich. She earned a bachelor of arts degree from Northwestern University where she studied with Hemke for four years. In 1991, she was one of five finalists for a position in the President's Own Marine Band in Washington, D.C. AresidentofLas Vegas since 1992, Blaser performs with the Blues Society and is currently youth minister at Community Lutheran Church. Now in her 16th year with the Clark County School District, MacCagno Neel has earned distinction as Ed W. Clark High School Teacher of the Year, Li 1 **" MM r a 1 f I 1 W^'sffi ^m 1 1 Rob Weidenfeld/News Staff CHRISTMAS GIFT • Taylor Elementary principal Art Ochoa, right accepts a large ctothing donation from McDoniel Elementary principal Carolyn Reedom. McDoniel students donated the clothing to help needy students at Taylor. ON U.S. HWY 93 3 MILES WEST OF HOOVER DAM BOULDER CITY, NEVADA (702) 293-5000 Where People Are Treated Right! 3 GREAT RESTAURANTS FOR YOUR DINING PLEASURE 24 HOUR RESTAURANT FEATURINQ DELICIOUS HOT & COLD ENTREES LUNCH & DINNER BUFFET WITH MORE THAN 45 ITEMS SERVED DAILY TRY OUR STEAK HOUSE DAILY FROM 5 PM TO 10 PM / Nevada's Music Educator of the Year and the nation's Performing Arts Teacher of the Year in The Disney Channel Salutes the American Teacher" Awards. She has worked extensively in the organization and promotion of music in Nevada, currently serving as presidentoftheNevada Music Educator's Association, board member for the Intercollegiate Men's Choruses Assodation,andNevada Research and Standards Male Chorus chair for the American Choral Directors Association. MacCagnoNeel also champions the cause of school music by serving as chairperson of the Nevada Coalition for Music Education and is a current member of the state's Goals 2000 panel for education reform in Nevada Sponsored by the city of Henderson Parks and Recreation Department, the Henderson Civic mSymphony is reaching an creasing audience throughout the Las Vegas Valley. The orchestra is dedicated to providing concert music of distinctive qual ity to area residents while also offering a performance opportunity for both amateur and professional experienced musicians of all ages. Both amateur and professional. For more information, call Cindy Herman, Recreation Coordinator, 565-2367, or music directorMark Laycock, 431-2277. Free Report Reveals HOM IO Stop Piiviii< Rent Forever And Own A Home ()[ Your Own! 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New Customers ONLY • Fax Sending and Receiving • Keys • Office Supplies „ • American Express Money Orders & Money Grams !S5 &> 120 Market St. Inside the Post Office Casino •••••••••• li ^ \ 1 St Wish your clients & customers & friends holiday greetings this year. A unique way is through an ad in your local newspaper. On Dec. 22, HBC Publications will run its annual Christmas Card section. This section will be distributed in Boulder City and Henderson. Deadline for this issue is Friday, Dec. 16 at Noon lor 1 urther Information CALL Your sales representative Henderson 435-7700 HBC Publications, Inc. -^-.There are many beautiful samples for you to choose from

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WPV Pages Henderson Homo News Tuesday, December 6, 1994 Tuesday, December 6, 1994 Henderson Homo Mows Pagofl Interact officers attend Rotary meeting Officers of the Interact Club of Basic Hi^ School recently atr tended a meeting of the Henderson Rotary Club. Interact is a Rotary youth program and the Basic H.S. club is sponsored by the Henderson Rotary Club. The first Interact Club was established in Melbourne, Florida in 1962. The clubs provide opportunities for young people of secondary school age to work together in a world fellowship of service and international understanding. The term interact is derived from "inter"for international and "act" for action. There are now more than 7,229 Interact clubs with more than 160,000 members in 101 countries. Members develop skills in leadership and receive practical experience in conducting service projects, learning the satisfiaction that comes from helping others. Locally, Basic's club projects include sponsoring a Halloween party at the Henderson Convalescent Center where they have adopted a "grandpa," and selling Santa Grrams. Widi the assistance of a Rotary Club in Mexico they are holding a stuffed animal drive for toys to send to impoverished children in Mexico. Currently the club is planning a dance to raise funds to assist an ill local man, and their assistance to him is an ongoing project. The Interactors are also involved with the Close Up program which sends students to Washington, D.C. where they have an opportunity to see government in action. DALY: From Page 7 Under her leadership, Treem was nominated by the state for national recognition by Redbook Magazine as "One of America's Best." An educational innovator, Daly is credited with establishing a training program for new principals. She also sits on the Nevada Council on Economic Education at UNLV and is very active in the district's School-Community/ Business Partnership Program. An ardent supporter of business involvement in education, Daly initiated several partnerships including one with Southwest Gas to publish a student magazine. Beveriy Daly GLOBAL From Page 7 vestigation. As part of their GLP experience, Silverado GL chose the Flamingo Wash as their study site. They intend to run a number of air and water tests along the wash near the golf course. la addition to projects set up by TERC, the Las Vegas GL is currently assisting the Las Vegas EPA Office of Radiation and Indoor Air (ORLA) collect radon gas samples. The hope is to gain an understanding of the risks associated with the naturally occurring radioactivegas. In doing so, students are building their investigative and technical skills. Silverado GL has also started a campus recycling program that focuses on paper and aluminum. The goal is to promote reuse whenever possible. Later, the group intends to analyze its trash to determine what percentage of Silverado's garbage is being recycled. By doing this, they hope to establish data that will lead to a more effective recycling program for their school. Through projects such as these, students will interact between each other and others in their community to ensure that their projects are successful, a spokesman said. In doing so, they believe the students will benefit tremendously, the spokesman added. DEATHS John E. Powe John E. Powe, 78, died Tuesday, Nov. 29, 1994 in a local hospital. Bom Sept. 27, 1916, in Chicago, 111., Powe had been a resident of the Henderson area for four years. He was a veteran of the U.S. Army serving during World War II. He is survived by his wife, Evelyn Powe of Henderson; a daughter, Maureen Powe of Culver city, Calif; a brother, William Powe of Los Angeles, Calif; a sister, Onita Charlston of Chicago, III.; and one grandchild. Services will be private. Arrangements werehandledby Palm Mortuary of Las Vegas-. ^^iffii SyiyiTisIisliW wsfl ia "PEPPER •• needs to go to the beauty shopi Under all this .. hair is a lovely cocker spaniet. Spayed fennle, C^D 2 years old. Housebroken, good with kids. HENDERSON ANIMAL SHELTER has many nice cats and dogs that need good homes. For information please call 565-2033. REMEMBER: SPAY and NEUTER...it saves animals lives! | Hospital seeks donation TTie Henderson Convalescent spokesperson said, and many of Hospital staff seeks a piano for them love music. The donation of the building's second floor. a used piano would be greatly Residents on the second floor appreciated. For more infbrmadon't have access to a piano, a tion call 566-8565. THE NEWS COVERS YOUR COMMUNITY BASIC NTERACT CLUB VISITS SPONSOR — Basic High School Intaract Chib officara rtccntly visited the Henderson Rotary Club to Inform thwn of the club's activities. From left: Susan Echols, tMChtr advisor, VlckeStewartvico^resident and Byron Williams, prasidant Tha group is sponsored by the Henderson Rotary Club. HAPPY HOLIDAYS / CHAWS The 1995 Calendars are in Come get yours I. 50% OFF reis^ ,^' ^^^ GOLD CASTERS ^^^^^^ Water "Xenderson's Most Trusted Jawalsre' Sahabia ••panel BEFORE YOU CONSIDER CAMRY ACCORD TAURUS OR ALTIMA WE INVITE YOU TO TEST DRIVE THE "ALL NEW" '95 HYUNDAI SONATA! SEE WHAT YOU CAN BUY FOR THOUSANDS LESS THAN ANY OF THESE1995 HYUNDAI SONATA GLS ONLY $495 00 DOWN IO.A.C.) 2 years or 24^000 miles free maintenance You only buy the gasi 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! Where's the snow? John Judge/News Staff LIGHTS -nJames Banish (on ladder) and John Loftus of the City of Henderson place lights in the palm trees along Boulder Highway recently for the Christmas season. In addition to the lights they also placad a wire sign greeting motorists and created deer figures with lights. PT's Slot Casino helps lo^ Eagles At a recent chili coolcoffhosted by PTs Slot Casino on Water Street, chili was sold by the bowl for one nickel and proceeds were donated to the Henderson Eagles #2672. Marge crowd enjoyed this event and a check for $100 was given to Eagles representative, Lynn Mehal who served as cookofT chairman. Chili cooks from around the area along with two from Minnesota competed for over $500 in cash. Winner Barbara Nelson from Las Vegas will now be ceded to the state championship to be held Dec 17 at Sam's Town where she will compete for a first place of $3,500. Winner of that event advances to the World Championship Chili CookofPthat will be held in Reno in October, 1995 for afirstplaceprize of $25,000. Read This Free Report Before You Hire Anyone To Help You Sell Or Buy A Home! Las Vegas,NV A free report has just been released that reveals detailed information you should know before you hire any real estate agent. To set your copy of this report, call l-SOO-549-4594. 24hrs, for a free recorded message. Find out die questions that many real estate agents would prefer that you never asked them! CbytaiKrVO/liilrj lwn
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WPV Pages Henderson Homo News Tuesday, December 6, 1994 Tuesday, December 6, 1994 Henderson Homo Mows Pagofl Interact officers attend Rotary meeting Officers of the Interact Club of Basic Hi^ School recently atr tended a meeting of the Henderson Rotary Club. Interact is a Rotary youth program and the Basic H.S. club is sponsored by the Henderson Rotary Club. The first Interact Club was established in Melbourne, Florida in 1962. The clubs provide opportunities for young people of secondary school age to work together in a world fellowship of service and international understanding. The term interact is derived from "inter"for international and "act" for action. There are now more than 7,229 Interact clubs with more than 160,000 members in 101 countries. Members develop skills in leadership and receive practical experience in conducting service projects, learning the satisfiaction that comes from helping others. Locally, Basic's club projects include sponsoring a Halloween party at the Henderson Convalescent Center where they have adopted a "grandpa," and selling Santa Grrams. Widi the assistance of a Rotary Club in Mexico they are holding a stuffed animal drive for toys to send to impoverished children in Mexico. Currently the club is planning a dance to raise funds to assist an ill local man, and their assistance to him is an ongoing project. The Interactors are also involved with the Close Up program which sends students to Washington, D.C. where they have an opportunity to see government in action. DALY: From Page 7 Under her leadership, Treem was nominated by the state for national recognition by Redbook Magazine as "One of America's Best." An educational innovator, Daly is credited with establishing a training program for new principals. She also sits on the Nevada Council on Economic Education at UNLV and is very active in the district's School-Community/ Business Partnership Program. An ardent supporter of business involvement in education, Daly initiated several partnerships including one with Southwest Gas to publish a student magazine. Beveriy Daly GLOBAL From Page 7 vestigation. As part of their GLP experience, Silverado GL chose the Flamingo Wash as their study site. They intend to run a number of air and water tests along the wash near the golf course. la addition to projects set up by TERC, the Las Vegas GL is currently assisting the Las Vegas EPA Office of Radiation and Indoor Air (ORLA) collect radon gas samples. The hope is to gain an understanding of the risks associated with the naturally occurring radioactivegas. In doing so, students are building their investigative and technical skills. Silverado GL has also started a campus recycling program that focuses on paper and aluminum. The goal is to promote reuse whenever possible. Later, the group intends to analyze its trash to determine what percentage of Silverado's garbage is being recycled. By doing this, they hope to establish data that will lead to a more effective recycling program for their school. Through projects such as these, students will interact between each other and others in their community to ensure that their projects are successful, a spokesman said. In doing so, they believe the students will benefit tremendously, the spokesman added. DEATHS John E. Powe John E. Powe, 78, died Tuesday, Nov. 29, 1994 in a local hospital. Bom Sept. 27, 1916, in Chicago, 111., Powe had been a resident of the Henderson area for four years. He was a veteran of the U.S. Army serving during World War II. He is survived by his wife, Evelyn Powe of Henderson; a daughter, Maureen Powe of Culver city, Calif; a brother, William Powe of Los Angeles, Calif; a sister, Onita Charlston of Chicago, III.; and one grandchild. Services will be private. Arrangements werehandledby Palm Mortuary of Las Vegas-. ^^iffii SyiyiTisIisliW wsfl ia "PEPPER •• needs to go to the beauty shopi Under all this .. hair is a lovely cocker spaniet. Spayed fennle, C^D 2 years old. Housebroken, good with kids. HENDERSON ANIMAL SHELTER has many nice cats and dogs that need good homes. For information please call 565-2033. REMEMBER: SPAY and NEUTER...it saves animals lives! | Hospital seeks donation TTie Henderson Convalescent spokesperson said, and many of Hospital staff seeks a piano for them love music. The donation of the building's second floor. a used piano would be greatly Residents on the second floor appreciated. For more infbrmadon't have access to a piano, a tion call 566-8565. THE NEWS COVERS YOUR COMMUNITY BASIC NTERACT CLUB VISITS SPONSOR — Basic High School Intaract Chib officara rtccntly visited the Henderson Rotary Club to Inform thwn of the club's activities. From left: Susan Echols, tMChtr advisor, VlckeStewartvico^resident and Byron Williams, prasidant Tha group is sponsored by the Henderson Rotary Club. HAPPY HOLIDAYS / CHAWS The 1995 Calendars are in Come get yours I. 50% OFF reis^ ,^' ^^^ GOLD CASTERS ^^^^^^ Water "Xenderson's Most Trusted Jawalsre' Sahabia ••panel BEFORE YOU CONSIDER CAMRY ACCORD TAURUS OR ALTIMA WE INVITE YOU TO TEST DRIVE THE "ALL NEW" '95 HYUNDAI SONATA! SEE WHAT YOU CAN BUY FOR THOUSANDS LESS THAN ANY OF THESE1995 HYUNDAI SONATA GLS ONLY $495 00 DOWN IO.A.C.) 2 years or 24^000 miles free maintenance You only buy the gasi 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! Where's the snow? John Judge/News Staff LIGHTS -nJames Banish (on ladder) and John Loftus of the City of Henderson place lights in the palm trees along Boulder Highway recently for the Christmas season. In addition to the lights they also placad a wire sign greeting motorists and created deer figures with lights. PT's Slot Casino helps lo^ Eagles At a recent chili coolcoffhosted by PTs Slot Casino on Water Street, chili was sold by the bowl for one nickel and proceeds were donated to the Henderson Eagles #2672. Marge crowd enjoyed this event and a check for $100 was given to Eagles representative, Lynn Mehal who served as cookofT chairman. Chili cooks from around the area along with two from Minnesota competed for over $500 in cash. Winner Barbara Nelson from Las Vegas will now be ceded to the state championship to be held Dec 17 at Sam's Town where she will compete for a first place of $3,500. Winner of that event advances to the World Championship Chili CookofPthat will be held in Reno in October, 1995 for afirstplaceprize of $25,000. Read This Free Report Before You Hire Anyone To Help You Sell Or Buy A Home! Las Vegas,NV A free report has just been released that reveals detailed information you should know before you hire any real estate agent. To set your copy of this report, call l-SOO-549-4594. 24hrs, for a free recorded message. Find out die questions that many real estate agents would prefer that you never asked them! CbytaiKrVO/liilrj lwn
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*v Tuesday, December 6, 1994 Henderson Home News Page 11 Page 10 Henderson Home News Tuesday, December 6, 1994 SPORTS TUESDAY Henderson Home News UNLNTs Grgurich making the rounds Bill Bowman Nev^s Sports Editor For Tim Grgurich, there's no place like home. If he can ever get there. The new UNLV basketball coach calls Henderson his home, but for the better part of the next five months, you'll have a better chance of finding him at McCarran International Airport. It's not going to be an easy season," the 50-year old coach said. The Runnin' Rebels will play Basic beats Silverado girls; GV falls 37-33 By IhaNMva Staff Basic roared past Silverado in girls basketball action on Friday night while Durango beat Green Valley. BASIC54,SILVERAD029— At Silverado, the Lady Wolves used strong rebounding and a near perfect shootingnig^tfrom senior forward Jenn Ullrich to capture their first win of the year. Ullrich, who led all scorers with 17 points, was six-for-six fi^m the floor and five-for-eight fi-om the fi^ee throw line. Underneath the basket, Basic center Sina Nofoagatoto contributed 12 points while controlling the boards. AccordingtoBasichead coach Jan Van Tuyl, the win was an impressive team effort. Thekids passed theball well, played good defense, did a good jobon the boards and took smart shots," said Van Tuyl. "Everything just went right. After trailing 12-11 at the end of the first period, Silverado was outscored by Basic 18-5 in the second period. For Silverado, which was playing its initial varsity girls basketball game, a lack of an experienced post player was evident. "We still need a lot of work on rebounding," said Lady Skyhawk head coach Diane Hernandez. "We're going to struggle at first, but we'll be OK" Guard Joyce Sudario, who led the Lady Skyhawks with 11 points, left the game midway through the fourth period with a sprained ankle. She is on a game-to-game basis. DURANGO 37, GREEN VALLEY 33 — The Durango girls outscored Green Valley 1814 in the second half to post a 37-33 victory on Friday night The loss drops Green Valley to 0-2 on the young season. The teams were tied 5-5 after the first quarter and 19-19 at the half before Durango took a 29-27 edge after three quarters. Durango scored the final four points of the game to snap a 3333 tie. Brooke Russell scored eight points to lead the Gators while Michelle Higgs scored 11 points to top Durango. just nine home games this season because of NCAA sanctions and will have 17 road games. "I don't know why it happened (the scheduling), but well have to deal with it," he said. Grgurich spent an hour Thursday hioming talking at the Green Valley Rotary Club breakfast. "Ihaven'tdone these in awhile," Grgurich said of the speaking engagement. "But, it's important to get out into the communities." Grgurich has been on a whirl'iUfy famMy is here and tNs ha great chaKengB. In fact, Ihbbthe biggest clmMenge IVe ever faced.'' Tim Grgurich, UNLV men's basketball coach wind schedule since his hiring on Oct. 22. "It's been a big transition," Grgurich said of his move. "I was preparing for one team (the NBA's Seattle SuperSonics) and then I come in with another team. It's going to take a while for everyone to get together." That fact was evident in the Rebels' opening night loss to Marquette on Nov. 29. UNLV fell behind 42-19 at the half only to battle back to force overtime. The Rebels eventually lost 82-74, but Grgurich's team made a statement. "It was two different games," Grgurich said. "Hopefully now we have a good idea of why we played the first half so badly and played See Grgurich Page 11 John Judge/News Staff ON THE GO — UNLV men's basketball coach Tim Grgurich. Basic boys roll past Silvera D.J. Allan News Staff Writer John Judge/News Staff WHATS YOUR POINT?—Silverado's point guard Marcus Raymond (25) pressures Basic's point guard Jason O'Connor (10) in the Wolves 89-52 victory over the Skyhawks on Friday. O'Conner scored six points for the Wolves while Raymond, Silverado's co-captain, scored two. The Mike Dye-era asboyshead basketball coach at Basic officially began Friday night as the Wolves, in their first home game of the season, downed Silverado, 89-52. A new-look Basic (1-1 overall, 0-0 in Sunrise) didn't disappoint the home fans as its pressure defense was strong against the Skyhawks (0-2, 0-0 in Sunset). "There was a lot of hustle by all of the kids tonight," said Dye. "It was big team defense. That's the thing that all of the coaches — coach (Mike) Tolliver and coach (Paul) Berg — have been stressing all of the time. They have to play defense." The scrappy Wolves forced Silverado to turn the ball over 14 times in the first half and took advantage of the mistakes. Three minutes into the game, Basic went on a 12-0 run and never looked back. After outscoring Silverado 23-8 in the first period, the Wolves continued their offensive surge in the second period and took a 48-18 lead into the locker room at halftime. TheWolvesfeaturedabalanced attack as four Basic players finished with 14 or more points. Senior shooting guard Frank Keplinger led the Wolves in scoring for the second straight game as he scored 18, including three three-pointers. Keplingertalkedabouthisnew coach aftr the victory. II Area schedule TUESDAY, Dec. 6 BOYS BASKETBALL Cim-Memorial at Basic, 6:30 p.m. Western at Green Valley, 6:30 p.m. Silverado at Valley, 6:30 p.m. GIRLS BASKETBALL Basic at Cim-Memorial, 6:30 p.m. Green Valley at Western, 6:30 p.m. Valley atSilverado,6:30p.m. GIRLS SOCCER Durango at Basic, 3 p.m. Green Valley at Western, 3 p.m. Chaparral at Silverado, 3 p.m. "He's the best coach I've ever had in my life—the best," said the senior. "He emphasizes defense all the time. Defense, defense, defense. Offense wins games, but defense wins championships." Afterfoulingoutwith only three points in the Wolves' opening game loss at Bonanza, sophomore forward Damon Caldwell showed his stuff" as he recorded 16 points against Silverado. Caldwell also registered three blocked shots as he and freshman center Ryan Eves See Bask Page 11 Green Valley boys sizzle to victory Bill Bowman News Sports Editor The smile on Gene Carpenter's face told the story. This was a great win," Carpenter said aftr his Gators held off" Cheyenne 95-85 in boys basketball action FViday night. "After the way we practiced Thursday, I thought we might get blown out by 20 or 30 points," Carpenter added. "We weren't h aving very good practices. It was the first time I had yelled at the kids." It paid off" with a victory. Jon Denton opened the scoring for the Gators by drilling a threepointer seven seconds into the game. It wouldn't be his last. Cheyenne managed to take a 24-211eadaftertheopeningperiod as Aaron Henderson and Shonray Johnson combined for 16 points. The Gators came back in the second quarter to outscore Cheyenne 28-23 for a 49-47 halftime lead. Denton and Eric McCauley drilled three-pointers in the final seconds for the lead. "This team just won't quit," Carpenter said. "We were going up against a quality team and the kids just wouldn't quit." Neither would Cheyenne. Sparked by Henderson, Cheyenne again took the lead and held a 71-69 edge going into the final quarter. Cheyenne scored five of the first six points in the fourth quarter for a 76-70 lead. The Gators battled backbehind a balanced attack. McCauley drilled a bucket followed by a three-point play by Wade Perkins. Don McCall scored at the 4:41 mark and the Gators led again. After the teams exchanged buckets. Green Valley took the lead for good with a 8-0 run and led 87-80 with 2:46 left. "We have a lot of depth and it showed tonight," McCauley said. "We're starting to get back into shape afler football. We just need to keep up the defensive pressure See Gators Page 11 Area wrestling teams perfect as season opens By ItwNmtf* Staff Green Valley, Basic and Silverado are all undefeated in the early going of the 1994-95 wrestling season. Green Valley opened with a 5716 victory over Clark on Thursday and then swept to the championship in the Boulder City Duals on Saturday by winning four matches. Basic got off to a winning start with a 54-14 victory over Durango on "nsursday while Silverado went to 1-0 with 47-30 win over Boulder. GREEN VALLEY — Seven Green Valley wrestlers are 5-0 on the season as the team breezed through the Boulder City tournament and walked away with the title. Nick Moon (100), Charlie Apodaca (106), Rusty Marchallo (119), Mike McEvoy (142), Justin Roweberry (151), Josh Primack (160) and Aric "Thomas (heavyweight) are all undefeated. Green Valley opened the tournament on Saturday by beating White Pine62-10. "HieGators then rolled past Clark 60-12, mauled Durango 60-6 and won the crown with a 50-13 victory over Cimarron-Memorial. "Out of the 65 individual matches my kids have wrestled, we've won 54," Green Valley coach Randy Steen said. "This means we are startingoutbetter than we did last year. Last year we took fifth in the Boulder City Tournament and this year we were able to redeem ourselves." BASIC 54, DURANGO 14 — At Durango, early victories firem Chad Evans (119-pound8), Dan Salas (126) and Ryan Castro (134) helped lead the Wolves to a win in their first dual-meet of the year. Evanshad a come-from-behind 8-2 victory that was followed by first-period pins firom from Salas and Castro to put the Wolves on top early. Salas' pin came with 1:5 Heft in the period and Castro's pin was at the 1:02 mark. "It was a good way to open," said Basic head coach Jim Duschen about the win for his inexperienced squad. The kids are realistic. They put everything in perspective so they don't start thinkingthey are better than they are." Also recording wins for Basic: Ben Anderson (106), Travis Tillman (151), Toby Fronczek (160),MatthewSegler(172),John Williams (185), Jim Petrie (215) and Luke Haggarty (275). Tillman, Segler and Williams all recorded pins. Basic's JV also topped Durango, 55-12. SILVERAD047,BOULDER CITY 30 — At Boulder City, Silverado captured a victory in the school'sfirst varsity dual meet as Tim Tra (100), Adam Kearney (119), Jessie Anderson (126), Rick Stubblefield (215) and Glenn Pilarowski (275) all recorded pins. "This win means so much to the kids and our school," said Silverado head coach Bob Clements. "Some of these kids have such a great work ethic and we as coaches are seeing a rapid improvementfivm most kids who have never set foot on a wrestling mat" Clements and his coaches are pleased with the turnout for the team as nearly 60 wrestlers turned out. Also recording wins for Silverado: Richard Kohut (106), Mario Paladino (112) and Jung WookYi(185). Silverado's JV beat Boulder City, 54-24. Clark has stellar freshman volleyball season at SDSU Andrea Clark, a 1994 Green Valley graduate, finished her first collegiate season at San Diego State University this year as the top setter in the Western Athletic Conference. Clark, a fi'eshman, finished the season with 1,310 assists. That ranked her first in the WAC and 10th in the nation. The five-foot-ten fi-eshman helped lead San Diego State to the second-round of the NCAA tournament with a 22-10 record on the year before losing to Arizona State on Saturday. Clark's sister, Hilary, is a redshirt fireshman with Arizona State and graduated ft-om Clark Hie^ School. ** If you have information on how area athletes are doing in college, we'd like to hear from you. Please give us a call at 564-1881 with theinformation. Or send the information to: Henderson Home News, 2 Commerce Center Drive, Henderson, NV, 89014. Or information can be faxed to 434-3527. Boys and Girls Club holds youth sign-ups The Henderson Boys and Girls Club will be taking signups for youth basketball, ages 6-18, through Dec. 9. The cost is $25 and includes 1995 Club membership, game shirt, holiday tournament, regular season, post-season tournament, awards and banquet For those who want to play but are unable to afford the fee, contact Club director Clyde Caldwell at 565-6569. The Club's wrestling program, for all youths ages 6-14, will also be taking sign-ups through Dec. 9. The cost is $55 and includes 1995 Club membership and U.S.A. Wrestling card. The team will be wrestling other teams in the Las Vegas Valley and traveling to' Southern CaUfomia and Reno for tournaments. All practices will be held at Basic High School. For more information, call 565-6569. Green Valley girls kick Bonanza Bill Bowman News Sports Editor John Judge/News Staff GETTING A KICK OUT OF SOCCER — Green Valley's Maggie Seminoff races up the field during Thursday's girls soccer action. Seminoff and her teammates breezed to a 4-0 victory. The Green Valley girls soccer team put on a clinic on Thursday. You want offense, look for Robyn Dau and Maggie Seminoff. You want goal tending, look at Davina Schwartz. The Gators used that potent attack to post a 4-0 non-league victory over Bonanza at Green Valley High School. "Robyn and Maggie are going to be stars," Green Valley coach Vince Hart said. They are going to score goals this year." The duo didn't take long to strike. At the 26:00 mark Dau blasted a shot that Bonanza goalie Holley Wilson deflected. But, Seminoff was in the right place at the right time to drill home the first goal. Jody Milmeister followed that scored with the Gator's second goal at the 18:30 mark when her shot trickled past Wilson. Seminoff rounded out the firsthalf scoring when she headed in a comer kick at the 6:30 mark for a 3-0 lead. That set the stage for Schwartz. Bonanza had several chances to score late in the first half, but Schwartz made several back-toback saves on point-blank shots with 6:30 left in the half. "I thought we'd be a little suspect in goal with (freshman) Schwartz in goal, but she came up big," Hart said. The Gators, now 1-0-1 on the season "Tiad a good attack philosophy," Hart said. "We had a little defensive deficiency, but overall I'm pleased. These girls are goingto get better andbetter." Dau scored the only goal of the second half as Green Valley completed the shutout "We're going to score goals this season," Hart said. "It's a lot easier to coach a team with talent and this team has talent" • Eldorado edged Silverado 3-1 on Thursday. Silverado dropped to 0-1-1. Eldorado scored three first-half goals with Amanda Curran scoring two and Jennifer Lincoln scoring one. Silverado scored the only second-half goal as Dana Williams scored off a comer kick. The Basic girls team fell to 0-2 after losing to Cheyenne 4-0. GRGURICH From Page 10 BASIC From Page 10 so well in the second half. We're improving every day and making adjustments. It's a learning process and it's going to take some time." It's an opportunity Grgurich welcomes. "It was tough to leave Seattle," he said. "But this is a great opportunity for me and one I didn't want to pass up. I wanted to give it a try as a head coach." GATORS From Page 10 The change hasn't been easy. "It's been on-the-job training," he said. "We're still learning, but we're getting there. The Sonics are one of the hardest working teams in the NBA and I'm looking for that same work ethic here." Grgurich is excited to be back in Las Vegas. "My family is here and this is a great challenge," he said. "In fact, this is the biggest challenge I've ever faced." and work on our free throws and we're going to be a good team." McCauley led the Gators' attack with 24 points while Perkins poured in 21 and Denton had 17. Nine Green Valley players got into the scoring column. Henderson scored 28 points to lead Cheyenne while Johnson chipped in 20. "We can play 10 players every game and tonight these kids showed they are competitors," Carpenter said. "They could be down by 20 points and they won't give up. I love the way these guys play." Green Valley is 2-0 on the year. (six points, one block) altered Skyhawk shots throughout the game. Junior forward Steve Bentz and sophomore guard Kelly Caverly each scored 14 in the win. Skyhawk sophomore Sean Tsukamoto caughtfire in the final period ashe scored 15ofhisgamehigh 21 points. Nine of his 15 fourth period points came offthree three-pointers. Silveradohead coach Bill Crego talked about the Basic defense aftr the game. "They came out and put pressure on us in the first half and we got frustrated," Crego said. Crego then talked about his own defense. 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*v Tuesday, December 6, 1994 Henderson Home News Page 11 Page 10 Henderson Home News Tuesday, December 6, 1994 SPORTS TUESDAY Henderson Home News UNLNTs Grgurich making the rounds Bill Bowman Nev^s Sports Editor For Tim Grgurich, there's no place like home. If he can ever get there. The new UNLV basketball coach calls Henderson his home, but for the better part of the next five months, you'll have a better chance of finding him at McCarran International Airport. It's not going to be an easy season," the 50-year old coach said. The Runnin' Rebels will play Basic beats Silverado girls; GV falls 37-33 By IhaNMva Staff Basic roared past Silverado in girls basketball action on Friday night while Durango beat Green Valley. BASIC54,SILVERAD029— At Silverado, the Lady Wolves used strong rebounding and a near perfect shootingnig^tfrom senior forward Jenn Ullrich to capture their first win of the year. Ullrich, who led all scorers with 17 points, was six-for-six fi^m the floor and five-for-eight fi-om the fi^ee throw line. Underneath the basket, Basic center Sina Nofoagatoto contributed 12 points while controlling the boards. AccordingtoBasichead coach Jan Van Tuyl, the win was an impressive team effort. Thekids passed theball well, played good defense, did a good jobon the boards and took smart shots," said Van Tuyl. "Everything just went right. After trailing 12-11 at the end of the first period, Silverado was outscored by Basic 18-5 in the second period. For Silverado, which was playing its initial varsity girls basketball game, a lack of an experienced post player was evident. "We still need a lot of work on rebounding," said Lady Skyhawk head coach Diane Hernandez. "We're going to struggle at first, but we'll be OK" Guard Joyce Sudario, who led the Lady Skyhawks with 11 points, left the game midway through the fourth period with a sprained ankle. She is on a game-to-game basis. DURANGO 37, GREEN VALLEY 33 — The Durango girls outscored Green Valley 1814 in the second half to post a 37-33 victory on Friday night The loss drops Green Valley to 0-2 on the young season. The teams were tied 5-5 after the first quarter and 19-19 at the half before Durango took a 29-27 edge after three quarters. Durango scored the final four points of the game to snap a 3333 tie. Brooke Russell scored eight points to lead the Gators while Michelle Higgs scored 11 points to top Durango. just nine home games this season because of NCAA sanctions and will have 17 road games. "I don't know why it happened (the scheduling), but well have to deal with it," he said. Grgurich spent an hour Thursday hioming talking at the Green Valley Rotary Club breakfast. "Ihaven'tdone these in awhile," Grgurich said of the speaking engagement. "But, it's important to get out into the communities." Grgurich has been on a whirl'iUfy famMy is here and tNs ha great chaKengB. In fact, Ihbbthe biggest clmMenge IVe ever faced.'' Tim Grgurich, UNLV men's basketball coach wind schedule since his hiring on Oct. 22. "It's been a big transition," Grgurich said of his move. "I was preparing for one team (the NBA's Seattle SuperSonics) and then I come in with another team. It's going to take a while for everyone to get together." That fact was evident in the Rebels' opening night loss to Marquette on Nov. 29. UNLV fell behind 42-19 at the half only to battle back to force overtime. The Rebels eventually lost 82-74, but Grgurich's team made a statement. "It was two different games," Grgurich said. "Hopefully now we have a good idea of why we played the first half so badly and played See Grgurich Page 11 John Judge/News Staff ON THE GO — UNLV men's basketball coach Tim Grgurich. Basic boys roll past Silvera D.J. Allan News Staff Writer John Judge/News Staff WHATS YOUR POINT?—Silverado's point guard Marcus Raymond (25) pressures Basic's point guard Jason O'Connor (10) in the Wolves 89-52 victory over the Skyhawks on Friday. O'Conner scored six points for the Wolves while Raymond, Silverado's co-captain, scored two. The Mike Dye-era asboyshead basketball coach at Basic officially began Friday night as the Wolves, in their first home game of the season, downed Silverado, 89-52. A new-look Basic (1-1 overall, 0-0 in Sunrise) didn't disappoint the home fans as its pressure defense was strong against the Skyhawks (0-2, 0-0 in Sunset). "There was a lot of hustle by all of the kids tonight," said Dye. "It was big team defense. That's the thing that all of the coaches — coach (Mike) Tolliver and coach (Paul) Berg — have been stressing all of the time. They have to play defense." The scrappy Wolves forced Silverado to turn the ball over 14 times in the first half and took advantage of the mistakes. Three minutes into the game, Basic went on a 12-0 run and never looked back. After outscoring Silverado 23-8 in the first period, the Wolves continued their offensive surge in the second period and took a 48-18 lead into the locker room at halftime. TheWolvesfeaturedabalanced attack as four Basic players finished with 14 or more points. Senior shooting guard Frank Keplinger led the Wolves in scoring for the second straight game as he scored 18, including three three-pointers. Keplingertalkedabouthisnew coach aftr the victory. II Area schedule TUESDAY, Dec. 6 BOYS BASKETBALL Cim-Memorial at Basic, 6:30 p.m. Western at Green Valley, 6:30 p.m. Silverado at Valley, 6:30 p.m. GIRLS BASKETBALL Basic at Cim-Memorial, 6:30 p.m. Green Valley at Western, 6:30 p.m. Valley atSilverado,6:30p.m. GIRLS SOCCER Durango at Basic, 3 p.m. Green Valley at Western, 3 p.m. Chaparral at Silverado, 3 p.m. "He's the best coach I've ever had in my life—the best," said the senior. "He emphasizes defense all the time. Defense, defense, defense. Offense wins games, but defense wins championships." Afterfoulingoutwith only three points in the Wolves' opening game loss at Bonanza, sophomore forward Damon Caldwell showed his stuff" as he recorded 16 points against Silverado. Caldwell also registered three blocked shots as he and freshman center Ryan Eves See Bask Page 11 Green Valley boys sizzle to victory Bill Bowman News Sports Editor The smile on Gene Carpenter's face told the story. This was a great win," Carpenter said aftr his Gators held off" Cheyenne 95-85 in boys basketball action FViday night. "After the way we practiced Thursday, I thought we might get blown out by 20 or 30 points," Carpenter added. "We weren't h aving very good practices. It was the first time I had yelled at the kids." It paid off" with a victory. Jon Denton opened the scoring for the Gators by drilling a threepointer seven seconds into the game. It wouldn't be his last. Cheyenne managed to take a 24-211eadaftertheopeningperiod as Aaron Henderson and Shonray Johnson combined for 16 points. The Gators came back in the second quarter to outscore Cheyenne 28-23 for a 49-47 halftime lead. Denton and Eric McCauley drilled three-pointers in the final seconds for the lead. "This team just won't quit," Carpenter said. "We were going up against a quality team and the kids just wouldn't quit." Neither would Cheyenne. Sparked by Henderson, Cheyenne again took the lead and held a 71-69 edge going into the final quarter. Cheyenne scored five of the first six points in the fourth quarter for a 76-70 lead. The Gators battled backbehind a balanced attack. McCauley drilled a bucket followed by a three-point play by Wade Perkins. Don McCall scored at the 4:41 mark and the Gators led again. After the teams exchanged buckets. Green Valley took the lead for good with a 8-0 run and led 87-80 with 2:46 left. "We have a lot of depth and it showed tonight," McCauley said. "We're starting to get back into shape afler football. We just need to keep up the defensive pressure See Gators Page 11 Area wrestling teams perfect as season opens By ItwNmtf* Staff Green Valley, Basic and Silverado are all undefeated in the early going of the 1994-95 wrestling season. Green Valley opened with a 5716 victory over Clark on Thursday and then swept to the championship in the Boulder City Duals on Saturday by winning four matches. Basic got off to a winning start with a 54-14 victory over Durango on "nsursday while Silverado went to 1-0 with 47-30 win over Boulder. GREEN VALLEY — Seven Green Valley wrestlers are 5-0 on the season as the team breezed through the Boulder City tournament and walked away with the title. Nick Moon (100), Charlie Apodaca (106), Rusty Marchallo (119), Mike McEvoy (142), Justin Roweberry (151), Josh Primack (160) and Aric "Thomas (heavyweight) are all undefeated. Green Valley opened the tournament on Saturday by beating White Pine62-10. "HieGators then rolled past Clark 60-12, mauled Durango 60-6 and won the crown with a 50-13 victory over Cimarron-Memorial. "Out of the 65 individual matches my kids have wrestled, we've won 54," Green Valley coach Randy Steen said. "This means we are startingoutbetter than we did last year. Last year we took fifth in the Boulder City Tournament and this year we were able to redeem ourselves." BASIC 54, DURANGO 14 — At Durango, early victories firem Chad Evans (119-pound8), Dan Salas (126) and Ryan Castro (134) helped lead the Wolves to a win in their first dual-meet of the year. Evanshad a come-from-behind 8-2 victory that was followed by first-period pins firom from Salas and Castro to put the Wolves on top early. Salas' pin came with 1:5 Heft in the period and Castro's pin was at the 1:02 mark. "It was a good way to open," said Basic head coach Jim Duschen about the win for his inexperienced squad. The kids are realistic. They put everything in perspective so they don't start thinkingthey are better than they are." Also recording wins for Basic: Ben Anderson (106), Travis Tillman (151), Toby Fronczek (160),MatthewSegler(172),John Williams (185), Jim Petrie (215) and Luke Haggarty (275). Tillman, Segler and Williams all recorded pins. Basic's JV also topped Durango, 55-12. SILVERAD047,BOULDER CITY 30 — At Boulder City, Silverado captured a victory in the school'sfirst varsity dual meet as Tim Tra (100), Adam Kearney (119), Jessie Anderson (126), Rick Stubblefield (215) and Glenn Pilarowski (275) all recorded pins. "This win means so much to the kids and our school," said Silverado head coach Bob Clements. "Some of these kids have such a great work ethic and we as coaches are seeing a rapid improvementfivm most kids who have never set foot on a wrestling mat" Clements and his coaches are pleased with the turnout for the team as nearly 60 wrestlers turned out. Also recording wins for Silverado: Richard Kohut (106), Mario Paladino (112) and Jung WookYi(185). Silverado's JV beat Boulder City, 54-24. Clark has stellar freshman volleyball season at SDSU Andrea Clark, a 1994 Green Valley graduate, finished her first collegiate season at San Diego State University this year as the top setter in the Western Athletic Conference. Clark, a fi'eshman, finished the season with 1,310 assists. That ranked her first in the WAC and 10th in the nation. The five-foot-ten fi-eshman helped lead San Diego State to the second-round of the NCAA tournament with a 22-10 record on the year before losing to Arizona State on Saturday. Clark's sister, Hilary, is a redshirt fireshman with Arizona State and graduated ft-om Clark Hie^ School. ** If you have information on how area athletes are doing in college, we'd like to hear from you. Please give us a call at 564-1881 with theinformation. Or send the information to: Henderson Home News, 2 Commerce Center Drive, Henderson, NV, 89014. Or information can be faxed to 434-3527. Boys and Girls Club holds youth sign-ups The Henderson Boys and Girls Club will be taking signups for youth basketball, ages 6-18, through Dec. 9. The cost is $25 and includes 1995 Club membership, game shirt, holiday tournament, regular season, post-season tournament, awards and banquet For those who want to play but are unable to afford the fee, contact Club director Clyde Caldwell at 565-6569. The Club's wrestling program, for all youths ages 6-14, will also be taking sign-ups through Dec. 9. The cost is $55 and includes 1995 Club membership and U.S.A. Wrestling card. The team will be wrestling other teams in the Las Vegas Valley and traveling to' Southern CaUfomia and Reno for tournaments. All practices will be held at Basic High School. For more information, call 565-6569. Green Valley girls kick Bonanza Bill Bowman News Sports Editor John Judge/News Staff GETTING A KICK OUT OF SOCCER — Green Valley's Maggie Seminoff races up the field during Thursday's girls soccer action. Seminoff and her teammates breezed to a 4-0 victory. The Green Valley girls soccer team put on a clinic on Thursday. You want offense, look for Robyn Dau and Maggie Seminoff. You want goal tending, look at Davina Schwartz. The Gators used that potent attack to post a 4-0 non-league victory over Bonanza at Green Valley High School. "Robyn and Maggie are going to be stars," Green Valley coach Vince Hart said. They are going to score goals this year." The duo didn't take long to strike. At the 26:00 mark Dau blasted a shot that Bonanza goalie Holley Wilson deflected. But, Seminoff was in the right place at the right time to drill home the first goal. Jody Milmeister followed that scored with the Gator's second goal at the 18:30 mark when her shot trickled past Wilson. Seminoff rounded out the firsthalf scoring when she headed in a comer kick at the 6:30 mark for a 3-0 lead. That set the stage for Schwartz. Bonanza had several chances to score late in the first half, but Schwartz made several back-toback saves on point-blank shots with 6:30 left in the half. "I thought we'd be a little suspect in goal with (freshman) Schwartz in goal, but she came up big," Hart said. The Gators, now 1-0-1 on the season "Tiad a good attack philosophy," Hart said. "We had a little defensive deficiency, but overall I'm pleased. These girls are goingto get better andbetter." Dau scored the only goal of the second half as Green Valley completed the shutout "We're going to score goals this season," Hart said. "It's a lot easier to coach a team with talent and this team has talent" • Eldorado edged Silverado 3-1 on Thursday. Silverado dropped to 0-1-1. Eldorado scored three first-half goals with Amanda Curran scoring two and Jennifer Lincoln scoring one. Silverado scored the only second-half goal as Dana Williams scored off a comer kick. The Basic girls team fell to 0-2 after losing to Cheyenne 4-0. GRGURICH From Page 10 BASIC From Page 10 so well in the second half. We're improving every day and making adjustments. It's a learning process and it's going to take some time." It's an opportunity Grgurich welcomes. "It was tough to leave Seattle," he said. "But this is a great opportunity for me and one I didn't want to pass up. I wanted to give it a try as a head coach." GATORS From Page 10 The change hasn't been easy. "It's been on-the-job training," he said. "We're still learning, but we're getting there. The Sonics are one of the hardest working teams in the NBA and I'm looking for that same work ethic here." Grgurich is excited to be back in Las Vegas. "My family is here and this is a great challenge," he said. "In fact, this is the biggest challenge I've ever faced." and work on our free throws and we're going to be a good team." McCauley led the Gators' attack with 24 points while Perkins poured in 21 and Denton had 17. Nine Green Valley players got into the scoring column. Henderson scored 28 points to lead Cheyenne while Johnson chipped in 20. "We can play 10 players every game and tonight these kids showed they are competitors," Carpenter said. "They could be down by 20 points and they won't give up. I love the way these guys play." Green Valley is 2-0 on the year. (six points, one block) altered Skyhawk shots throughout the game. Junior forward Steve Bentz and sophomore guard Kelly Caverly each scored 14 in the win. Skyhawk sophomore Sean Tsukamoto caughtfire in the final period ashe scored 15ofhisgamehigh 21 points. Nine of his 15 fourth period points came offthree three-pointers. Silveradohead coach Bill Crego talked about the Basic defense aftr the game. "They came out and put pressure on us in the first half and we got frustrated," Crego said. Crego then talked about his own defense. "We definitely have to get more pressure on the ball at the perimeter," said Crego. "That was all the stuff we worked on, we just didn't execute. It's hard because we are kind of outmatched." BINGO Binso'sBiss^rand Better in the New West! $1,000* Guaranteed Coverall and $1,000* 9nd Chance ii Sessions listed Bdof! Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday 11 a.m. 3 p.m. 11 a.m. 3 p.m. 11 a.m. 3 p.m. 11 a.m. 3 p.m. 7 p.m. 3 p.m. 7 p.m. 3 p.m. 7 p.m. 3 p.m. 7 p.m. 11 p.m. 11 p.m. 11 p.m. 11 p.m. 11 p.m. 11 p.m. Holiday Bingo Specials Tuesday, December 20th Starting with 7:30 a.m. session Free Christmas gift (while supplies last)! Offer subject to change at management's discretion. New Year's Eve, Saturday, December Slst 11 p.m. session, $1,000 guaranteed coverall and $1,000 second chance. All players receive free hats, noisemakers and champagne! *AII monies are aggregate. All membership games will be played on paper. Must use dauber. Welcome to the New West! SAM'S TOV\rN HOTEL 8c GAMBLING HALL r [ A M I N (i () AND B O LI L D C r< HIGHWAY Although Silverado is a building program with no seniors, Dye and the rest of the Wolves are still looking at the win as a big step in a positive direction for the program that has struggled for more than a decade. In fact, the Wolves themselves are almost as young as the Skyhawks. Basic only has two seniors on its roster and started two juniors, two sophomores and one freshman against Silverado. "We're real young so it's a big win," said Basic's Dye. 'Tonight I think we had a lot of confidence and for a young team, I think that's important." Basic's JV team topped Silverado 61-45 behind 21 points from freshman Adam Ullrich. Basic'sfreshman squad completed the sweep of the Skyhawks with a 31-28 victory. 1^199 WHAT IS CAT PARATRANSi'l'SHRVICH? Faratransit i,s a sliared ride, "cloorto-door" .service operated witli mid-sized, 14-17 passenger buses, livery xehicle accomodates wheelciiairs and walkers. 111 WHO CAN USE CAT' ^^ PARATRANSH? TJKxse wlio are ekled\' or disabled. 0 \VHEN !:)OES CAr I'ARATRANSIT SI:R\'ICE OPERATH> iHHH Q WHAT DOHS THE CAT PARAFRANSIT M-:RV1CE COST? The tare is only .sl.OO, one w.iy. WHHRF WW.l CAT PARATRANSIT SERX'ICE TAKE ME? I'ver^'where in the greater l.as N'egas area lliat you need to Uo...\\hen you neeti to get there! now DO I I SE CAT PAR.\TRANSIT? i{eser\'ations for transportation can be made from 8 a.m. S p.m.. (.la\s a week. 24-li()urs a day, seven days a week. It's ea'^v! CaU CAT -RIDE (228-7433) for inlonnation. P4M TRANSIT SERVICES V.WTDD

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Tuesday, December 6, 1994 Henderson Home Nws Page 13 Page 12 Henderson Home News Tuesday, December 6, 1994 LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICE BIDS WANTED FOR HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENT NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS SwM p t f§ dt mm b rccdTcd bjr the Director tt (he Nevada DtpaiiaMat tl TraMporUlloD H Ihc L Vcgai tUaiquiUn, lU Eart Waridi^toii Avcnac, Lat Vcg*. NV anSl, • oUI and 0IWW4 It 1130 pjB^ locd tine, on Dcoabcr 2f, 19M far cntract No. JUO, Project No*. SPF-09S-1(17), STP-tNKHM), and 8TP-003O6), caoftniction of I porUon of tiM StaU Hifliway Sjitoa on VS. 95 fron StaU boulc 165 (NdHB Road) to near UM JiDctioa of VS. 93; on Union PadOe Ralroad croHiiii on "P* Street in L,aa Vttu and on Wam S|irina Road tnm Pccot Road to Stcpliaiic Way in Headenoa, Clwli Coaity, a Ici^ of 9 JS3 milet. D.B.E. infonBaliaa riul be MbaUttcd DO laUr tlian UM lime of p t in M f wmoo nh m tpedflcd altove. SPECIFIC DESCRirriON OF WORK COVERED BY THIS CONTRACT CONSICTS OFi REMOVAL OF BlIVMINOUS SUIFACE (COLD MILLING), REMOVAL OF CURB AND GinTER, INSTALL NEW CURB AND BUTTER, PLACING PERMANENT PAVEMENT MARKINGS, PLACING PERMANENT SIGNS, PLACING PLANTMDC BITUMINOUS SURFACE AGGREGATE AND PLACING PLANTMIX BITUMINOUS OPENGRADED SURFACE, AND CONSTRUCTION CRUMB RUBBER TEST SECTIONS. PIM* and ucdacatioaf aiay be ciamincd and purcttaicd • I the office of tJw anderrigned. Nan-bidding docomcDli may ai*o be eiamiiMd or purckaMd at the Department of Trannortatioa Dirtrict Office* in Spares mid La Vegai, Nevadia. Plani, foiM ofpropotal, contract mid ipcdncationi May be lecarcd by pmiualulcd bidden Ihrmiih tlM offlcc of the andcnrigned. A fee of Twenty-Five DoOan ($25.00) ii repaired for the parchaae of each copy of the plan with pripooal form. Hani, propoial forai and •pccificationi obtained on tUi bmii are non-returnable mid no rcrund will be made. Bidi mait be on the proposal rorm of (he Departmoit •f Tramportation and muit be accompanied by • bid bond, a ecriifled dMck, a caihier'i check, or cash in (he amount of av*jperctn((5%)orbld. Right ii referred to reject any or all bida, or to accept (lie bid deeawd beet for the InUreit of (he SUU of Nevada. Contractor! dciiring to bid on (his worlt, irnot already ^aalifled under (lie StoU Law, ib ail file with (he Department ofTrmuportationat Canon City, Nevada, not la(er(hannve (5) dayi prior to (he da(e for opening of bids, a comple(e application for qualification on form furnished by the Department The minimum wage to be paid on (his cor Commisaianer and an art forth in (he con(rac( documen(s. The a(Un(ion of bidden is direc(ed to (he Stole Contracton' License Law requirement (NRS 624 as amended (o date), that a contractor hold a valid license of a class corresponding to the work to be done. Requests for liceme may be directed to the Secretory of Ihe StoU Contractor's Board, 70 Linden Avenue, Reno, Nevada 89502. Tbii la a Federal-aid project and as such, any contractor otherwkw qualllled by the Stoto of Nevada to perform such work, la not requi red to be Ucenaed nor to aubmil application for Hcanae in advance of submilUng a bid or having such bid canilderedi provided, however, (ha( such exemption does not constUuU a waiver of the StaU's right under its licenae laws to rtqalre a cswtiactor, determined to be a sacoeaaful bidder, to be Ucenaed to do bwineaa in (be S(ate of Nevada hi coniMcdon with (he award of a coa(rac( to hiin. The StaU of Nevada Depariaaent of Transportation will on iU own initialive, take affinnative action, including (Iw impofiUon of coniract sanctions and (he ini(ia(ion of apnropriaU legal proceedinp under miy applicable State or federal law to achieve equal employmcnl opportunily on Federal-aid Highway Projects and wiD actively cooperaU with Ihe FederalHighway Administration in dl investigaUon and enforcement actions undertaken by (he Federal High way Administration. In coi^unction with Ihe above 9(atemen(, (he Department of Transportolion will not issue plans In an irrespnnsible liidder. Sufisection (B) of the section 112 of Tide 23 United States Code has been amended by adding at (he end (hereof, (he following: "Con(rac(a for (he cons(ruc(ionof each projec( shall be awarded only on the basis of Ihe lowest respiinsive bid submilUd by a bidder meeting established criteria uf respunsihilily." GARTH F. DULL, DIRECTOR Department of Transportation Carson City, Nevada 89712 H—Nov. 22,29, Dec. 6,13.20,1994 LEGAL NOTICE BIDS WANTED FOR HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENT NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Sealed proposals will be received by the Dinctor of Ihc Nevada Department of Transportolion at Ihe Las Vegas Headquarten, 123 East Washington Avenue, Las Vegas, NV 89101, until and opened a( 1:30 pjn., local time, on December 8, 1994 for contract No. 2681, Project No. SPSR-562(1), construction of a portion of Ihc Urban Highway System on Sunset Road from Gibson Road to Boulder Highway in Henderson, Clark County, a length of 1.014 miles. SPECIFIC DESCRIPTION OF WORK COVERED BY THIS CONTRACT CONSISTS OF: COLDMILLING AND PLACING A MINIMUM T' OVERLAY. Plans and specincations may be examined and purdiased at Ihe office of die undenigned.Non-biddingdiKumenls may also be examined or purchased a( Ihe DeparUnenl of Transportation District Offices in Sparks and Las Vegas, Nevada. Plans, form of proposal, contract and spedficalions may lie secured by prequalincd bidden through Ihc office of die undenigned. A fee of Twenty-Five Dollan ($25.00) is required for the purchase of each copy ut Ihe plans with proposal form. Plans, pmpusal form aitd spcciricaliims obtained on this basis arc non-returnable and no rerund will l>v made. Bids must be on Ihe proposal form of the Department of Transportation and mus( be accompanied by a bid bond, a certiried check, a cashier's check, or cash in the amount nf five percent (5%) of bid. Right Li reserved to reject any or all bids, or lo accept the bid deemed best for Ihe interest of Ihe .Stale of Nevada. Contractors desiring lo bid on this worii, if not already qualified under the Stale Law, shall file with the Department ofTransportoUon at Carson Cily, Nevada, not lalerlhanfive (5) days prior lo Ihe daU for opening of bids, a complete application for qualification on form furnished by Ihe Department. The bidder's attention ii directed to the provisiaii of NRS 338.147 which b summariicd as follows: A rcapomible bidder who at the time of aubmitUng his bid provides proof of either: (I) payment of at least live thousand dollan ($5,000.00) per year of sales and uae tax on maUrials used for construction for each of Ihc five (5) immcdiaU preceding yean or; (2) payment of at least five thousnd dollan ($5,000.00) per year of molur vehicle privilege lax for each of the five (5) immediate preceding years, shall be deemed to havesubmitted abetterbid than a competing bidder who has nut paid Ihe taxes if the amount of his bid is not more than five (5) pcrcmt higher than the amount bid by the competing bidder. The minimum wage to be paid on this contract shall be as determined by the Secretary of Labor or the State Labor Commissitmer and are set forth in the contract documents. The allenlielng cared for by IN CHARGE PET SITTING 870-0055 CJ'8 LAWN CARE Professional Landscape Maintenance Most Lawns, $15 UC.S164014571 565-7630 FreeEstJmetee P8227 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES HANDY MAN, NO JOB TO SMALL, 12 YEARS EXP., HONEST, RELIABLE, AND REASONABLE RATES. 565-3455 r^i FRED GERARD AND THE FLASHBACKS ARE AVAIUBLETOPLAY SO'SSM'SMUSICFOR YOUR CHRISTMAS OR NEW YEARS PARTY CALL BARRY MORRIS 865-ei27. 280 JIFFY Ti FREE ESTIMATES RIM LAWN CARE -W0 Work While You Play" Licansad Insured HENDERSON CALL GREEN VALLEY ,,. 565-1593 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES Any and All Cleaning Offices, Home and Yards 566-5136 JUDI AND MARY PS427 GUITAR LESSONS By Exp. Teacher $10/hr. Call 564-7718 PS231 INSURANCE TOO HIGH? Too Many Tickets? SR-22 Needed? Call Morrow Insurancs Agency Green Valley 451-5533 ,. Si, RAY PLUMBING INC. 564-7573 S,„,r l')()2 LICW6025A Service, Drains, New Construction F&M MAINTENANCE OMMiel MalnlMianee^ainllng-OrywaN bwund, Bonead, Ltoa n sed C owiin!rHlil FREE ESTIMATES Frank Dutra Office 565-7138 CelLf 592-1382 too YARDVARK'S LAWN AND MAINTENANCE '^<^> Proleesional Tree TUmming StNinf) BC, 0/ven Vatty A Henderaon 294-1114 Paflf 222-6926 RG'S SECRETARIAL SERVICE Letters, resumds, manuscripts, term papers, business forms, business & home related typing. La.ser printed at reasonable rales. PS247 •;H,s'(Wi,);jj.;.o.;o()i'/'(yi7' BACKHOE and BOBCAT SERVICE •Lots Graded 'Ditching 30 Years Experience — Hourly Rates Cari W. Ford 293-0593 WINTER PRICES Ahimlnum Pallo Covtre • Carporli Window Awnlngt Sunshlald Awning RtprtMntitlv* Call 293-3750 For free ln-hom estimate The only difference between us & ttic best is. We cost less. Chainpion Lawn Care Call Carl 293-6756 Average lawnS^3.00 MARY KAY COSMETICS Independent Beauty Consultant since 1989 Dee Dee Senko 293-5550 HANDY MAN Complal* Horn* R*p*lr Coolarm "SprlnMar* Plumbing *Palntlna Naw Door* *Nw Lock* Carpantry You aava tSttS Dal 564.737S PS228 MR. FIXIT "The Handyman" No time to do It youself? 1^1 me do it for you! 294^214 BRICK. BLOCK ALL MASONRY 564-1487 Lie. #015257 „j^ PAINTER ineide, outside, Custom, neat and clean, over lOyrs. exp. Call anytime 459-7824 iw GENE'S CARPET CLEANING and WINDOW CLEANING Rea. & Comm. 564-8055 P8424 HANDYMAN Miac. Horn* Rapairt Carpanlry, Ptumbtno, (tc. Raaaonabia/ Reliable Call Dan....564-2827 PS230 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES PROFESSIONAL SERVICES PROFESSIONAL SERVICES ^ THE CAVANAUGH'S PAINTING Interior/Exterior Free Estimates 294-1 422 '-''censed BOULDER ELECTRIC Licensed Bonded Insured uc No 15187 Call 293-4899 PROFESSIONAl SERVICES VOICE PIANO DRAMA LESSONS wtwihw you ara 7 e TO. yo •aa a>ta raia voice. PIANO ar DAAMA quaWlaa. CONM.COVI MUSK STUDIO. FLO nAYMONO PS243 565-8469 7iYi^/fif imv\\\^:i!&\\>i\^ > •" '^E&MOORE CLEARLY WINDOW CLEANING Reasonable Rates Jeff Kincald 294-1114 Newpeger 222-6926 Advertise in tlie Hem ^miJltCf^ *oet. piano, wgan ISliillW** or ktyboard anlanainmant lor your wadding racapllon, party or organitalion luncllon. Vocal concant ilio •villibla. Coral Cove Mualc Studio, Flo Raymond at 565-8469 £2211 Sam Blakeley Masonry E^S^^ Masonry, brick, block stone. Free estimates. Nev. lie. 24144 Commercial Conatructlen ^^^.^ Resldentid Beliitchinq CIUHU^ StrUa 56S-0319 HMMlMeeMIV • MMIi LICENSED HANDYMAN Complete Home Repair •Carpenty • Cabinet • Drywall (Hendereon Resident) Rick at 564-7488 or Pager 599-7474 Advertise in the 1 JONATHON HUNT Discount to 1 CONSTRUCTION Reekiential/Commercial, Senior 1 ROOM additione. Patio Covere, Citizens & Remodeling, iictaszzs 434-9908 Disabled 1 PS426 1 4f5lb MCS GARDENING •TREE TRIMMING •FREE ESTIMATES •RESIDENTIAL i COMMERCIAL •EMERQ. PIPE A VALVE MM^ • SENIOR DISCOUNTS • • LICENSED LAWN MAINTENANCE SINCE ItM 564-6742 CUSTOM BOAT COVERS • BIMINI TOPS FRAMEWORK • INTERIORS • TRACTOR SEATS CARL'S Upholstery AUTO • RV • MARINE CRAFT Fraa Eatlmalii 721 Caiyon Rd, BoUdar City, NV t*0OS Beeper 252-1339 (702) 293-0591 HOWARD HELDERLEIN CONSTRUCTION Commercial • Residential • Remodels and Additions Licen.se #021013 „ 565-0874 GARAGE DOOR SICK? CAU THI DOC-DOOR! / FREE ^-^ Estimates (702) 293-6232 AAA ACTION GARAGE DOOR SERVICE CO. HAPPY GARDNER; We Care For Your Lawn George R. Rogan, III #164-13888 565-3583 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES ISATEUTE [SERVICE .SERVICE ALL ;tRAND8 24HR. k SERVICE PQ^LL 474-7836 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES Boxed Ads 7' WALLPAPER KING FoU, Vinyl, Clotti, etc., Nice and tigtit seams, paintiitg dryweH, 10 yrs. exp. CaH anytime 45-7824or CHAMSAW MASSA.CREI TREE TRIHMINQ AND REMOVAL, WE'LL BEAT ANV OVEN RATE. FREE ESTIMATES SENIOR DISCOUNT. SEE US FIRST 566-0827 ,^ BOB'8 HO^EY-DO-SERVICE RtewMIng • Plumbing jQtclltosI, Carpentry • \* No Joe Too SmeN ns, homemade fudge in Christmas tins andmuch more. GS315 eeeeeeeeeeee • CHRISTMAS • : CRAFT SALE • Dec. 3,8-4 pm aSMLaheMlchlflanlji., • Lake Mtn. Eu. BC e CLASSIFIED AD wm 4 p.m. Friday for Tuesday issue Noon Tuesday for Panorama 4 Lines ^6^**^ ^ cosh rote MISCELLANEOUS GLITTER GULCH DENA's (The Rock Queen), in Henderson offering Amerk:an Indian Decor gifts, jewelry, Pipes, drums, flutes, rocks, quartz crystals, minerals, fossils. We are a Community Pride, a special Indian place. Attention: (Heahh problems, force Dena to reduce most of her Primo collectik>les). Must reduce inventory to make it easier to operate. Come in, select pieces you always wanted. 20% off. Act quickly. Remember, these things are one of a kind. 565-0711. MI287 LOWREY ORGAN, Excel, cond. $30,000 new. Will sacrifk:e for $6000. 1-702-291 -0054. (NELSON, NV.) Ml KENMORE ELEC. DRYER 3 yrs. old, like new$200.Cfall564-4993. MI233 '89 Kenmore Electric Dryer, $100 OBO. 2944204. Ml 305 LIVING ROOM FURN.. KITCHEN TABLE AND CHAIRS. BDRM. FURN., MUST SELL IMMEDIATELY. 433-5774.6PM10 PM. Ml HANSONS' WATER SOFTENER. LIKE NEW. CALL 565-1625. Ml FIREWOOD2X4ENDS. $50 A LOAD. DELIVERY AVAILABLE. 564-6910. MI381 WALL CABINET. PERFECT FOR DEN, GARAGE OR LAUNDRY ROOM, VERY REASONABLE. CALL 5666253. MI382 DOLL HOUSE FOR SALE: Large, perfect for Barbi, has wallpaper, carpeting, and wooden kitoien and t>edroom set. Have to see to appreciate. $60. Portable dishwasher never been used, kleal for apt. living, asking $49, call 565-2213 after 5 pm. MI352 PHOTO EQUIP. Cameras, Cannon, Pentax. Minolta. Nikon, Olympus. 293-1581. BC Ml UTILITY TRAILERfordIrt bikes, etc., $400. 4336263. SHOP SMITH $700. Ml 73 Arch Style Steel BuikJing Manufacturer. Limtied offer. Buy factory direct. Free storage until Spring 95 or immediate delivery. Free brochure. Steelmaster 1-800-5261110 Ml 87 TOOL SALE. Delta Unisaw/52'' Unifence. radial arm saw. thnkness planner, shaper/router, drill press. Craftsman band saw, joiner/planner, drill press, routers, Sanders, plate joiner and much more. 9 am-7 pm, 431 Shamrock Dr., Henderson. 564-3518. MI274 SEARS heavyduty w/d, excel. cond..$300forthe set, call aft. 5 pm, 4336263. Portable Spa $400. Ml 194 ROMAN TUB. Gas Range top & hood. Shower stall w/door. microwave, & gas oven, cupboard doors, sofa. Priced to sell., 293-4322. BC Ml FIREWOOD SALE, ALL HARDWOODS, 5642325. Ml 209 WHEEL CHAIR, light weight, excellent coridition. $150. 566-3908. MI417 WEDDING DRESS, one of a kind, size 7/8. $300. 565-5492. MI432 WOMENS CLOTHING for sale, size 16-3X, Large assortment sweaters, pants, etc. 2940629. Leave Message. Ml TEENS Makeup vanity w/ mirror & bench. $35. Great Christmasgift. 2940022. BC. Ml MUST SELL 2 Pieces of art would make a good X-Mas present and investment. LEROY NEIMANS, RIVE GAUCHE and ERIE'S BIJOULES de PEARLES. BEAUTIFULLY FRAMED, BOTH SIGNED AND NUMBERED. SERIOUS INQUIRIES ONLY PLEASE CALL 798-7015. MI448 WASHER / Dryers $125.00 Each. 2936101. BC Ml ARTHRITIS Suffers, live pain free. Had it for 20 years now I am pain free. Cost is as tow as $15 per mo., not medicine, natural food & energy supplements. Guaranteed. 564-1648. MI254 NEED NEW FURNITURE? Tired of looking? Solution: Furniture Ctoseouts Warehouse. Brand names, full furniture lines, closeouts, discontinued Hems, display furniturel Save Big Money! Examples, Mattress sets: twins $69; fulls $79; queens $119; kings $149; brand names & guarantees. 6000 S. Eastern Ave., Bkig. #8 (Sunset to Eastern, turn north, to next tratfk: light, then right on Patrck Ln. 4th bidg. on left.) 5% discount with this ad. 7 Days a Week; 10 am to 7 pm. 739-0338. Ml 193 WINTER PIANO Used very little $1000 Craftsman 6'Jointer planer, like new $200.293-4141. BC Ml NEED Xmas gifts for Apple II owners? Have approx. 40 games like new. Reasonably priced 293-3305. BC Ml WURLITZER Organ, double keyboard. Tape deck & swinging rythum. $650 OBO. 293-1544. BC Ml MOVING SALE, Furniture, Bassett dining set, more. 294-2305. BC Ml FOR SALE QUEEN WATER BED 12 DRAWER $300 5 FT SOFA $35, ENTERTAINMENT CENTER $20,CALLARER5PM. 564-7284. MI369 6X9 DHURRIE RUG. $100. DRIP COFFEEMAKER, UNDER COUNTER MOUNT. $20.434-5670. MI371 PC, COMMODORE 640. DISC DRV. 1541. MONITOR 80. SOFTWARE DISCS. ASTROL.. $300 OBO. 566-6487 ALL DAY. MI390 GORGEOUS WALNUT PIANO. Used 1 month, not a saatch, pakJ over $4,000 Asking $2,500 O.B.0.564-4284. MI407 DARWIN'S AUCTION THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8th. 7:00 P.M. Will be held at 1524 Nevada Highway, BouldarCtty. Quality since 1868 Spices A Extracts Gourmet IngredienU Plus products for your: Health A Nutrition Skin A Hair Care Laundry A Bath Mary Julia Gail Independent Marketing Representative #95277 CallforaFREE Catalog: (702) 293-4803 P.O. Box 60340 BouUer City, NV 89006 COLLOIDAL SILVER. It is known to be effective against 600 different disease organisms. Call 293-5239 or 294-1910. BC Ml YAMAHA PIANO for sale, like new, 435-3213. Ml 147 LOSE WEIGHT! Feel GreatI With the guaranteed formula of the 90's. THERMOGENESIS. 100% Natural Herbal Blend. For info. Call 2935239 or 294-1910. BC VEHICLES '84 NISSAN Stanza loaded $2,000. 2937884. 7 am-9 pm. BC. 1988, 98 Okj's 4 door, good cond. 294-0253. BC • 86 BRONCO II Eddie Bauer edition. Looks & runs great. $5500 OBO. 293-5865. BC VE '1956 DODGE p/u, all orig. good engine and trans., strait body $1200 OBO. 565-1367. VE145 73 VOLKSWAGEN Super Beetle, Baby blue Beauty Auto, Looks & runs great, 431-4211 or 892-&30 Pager. BC VE MISCELLANEOUS 10 INCH Commercial Delta Uni-tabte taw. Excel, cond. Beetolfer. 2931703. BC Ml NORDIC TRAC "Sequoia" Model with electronk & vkJeo. Excel. Cond. $425 OBO 2936489. BC Ml BOATS & RVs 1980 HI-LO Trailer, 18 ft. self contained, raises & lowers, asking $4000. 293-3395. BC. BR VEHICLES 87 DODGE CHARGER AUTO AJC NEW TIRES 565-2712. VE365 1978 Chevy Blazer. 4 wheeldr. autotrans. Must selL $1800 OBO. 3810055 Pager. BC VE 1974 Chevy 3/4 4x4 p/u, 350,4 spd. stck, $4500 OBO 1-297-1547. Searchlight. VE 1984 CHEVY Caprce, 89,000 miles, kiw book $2,600 OBO. 294-0636. BC VE 1977 Cadi. Cpe.DVille& 1977 GMC Camper deluxe, 4x4 work rack, ps, tires & rims. $1000 each 293-7089. BC. VE '71 VOLKSWAGEN Buj $800. Runs well, need: minor repairs. 293-6585 USED AUTO PARTS 293-7278. Let us do the calling on our new satellite computer. All states and Canada. Big John and Sons, FoothillDr. BC VE COMPLETE RADIATOR SERVICE Rod and repair, rebuilt and new Big John and Sons, 1631 Foothill Dr., 293-7278. BC VE EMISSION CONTROL STATION, Emission and Auto Care, 1400 Nevada Hwy. No wart appointments. 293-2473. BC VE 1985 CHRYSLER NEW YORKER, 4 dr. sedan, runs good, under 104.000 miles, only $2000. Under low book. Call 293-5461. BC VE HANDICAPPED 79 FORD CHATEAU CLB. WGN., 460 ENG, DUAL TANKS, ALL EXTRAS, GOOD COND. $6000, 898-2753. VE394 '84 BUICK LaSabre 67,000 miles, kiaded w/ extras, good cond. $2,300 OBO. 565-0222. VE409 HONDA CB 750 Fulldress. 1980-9000 mi. $995.293-2433. BC VE 83 DODGE ARIES, Runs good) needs starter. $350. 79 Mazda, RX7, 80,000 miles on Factory rebuilt motor. Runs great, $1000. Call evenings 293-4808. BC VE 84 Honda Civic Wagon, rebuilt engine. 5 spd. good cond. $2200 OBO 293-3166 or 566-3003. BC VE 88 Sportster 883. k>wered. custom paint, 3.5 gal. tank, wire wheels, 5.600 miles, excel, shape, $6500,293-3029. BC VE 77-F250 4x4 Runs, Looks Great 400 V8, Auto, a/c, 25,000 rebuilt enq. 294-2642. BC VE BIO JOHN'S TOWINO Light and Heavy duty lowing, racovary • paclallala. (702) 294-HELP 1586 FoothillDr. B.C. SERVICES MILITARY RETIREEAre you payina too much for your champus supplement? For Irilbrmalion on NEW 100% coverage, call 1-800627-2824 ext. 259. MUSICAL INSTRUIMENTS BALDWIN Compact Theatre Organ. Maple cal>int wAwnch. mutt sell, family treasure, $600. 294-1283. BC Ml WURLITZER PIANO $900 good condition. 293-6585. BC. Ml MAILBOX RENTALS The Postal Statton, Mallbox Rentals. UPS. Copies & Fax. Keys. 120 Market St.. 566-4771. STORAGE SECURE OUTDOOR STORAGE Boata. AMoa, iraNart and Motor Homaa. 1/2 bik. oil e6onlmiualrtalRd.Cai John Wllloby Marina Cania 293-6077 FAST CASH TOP PRICES PAID FOR JUNK CARS FREE PICK-UP SERVICE CALL US! 565-1414 NEVADA PIC-A-PART VE223 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 )ob, checldng account or telephone in buyers name. HOLLIS USED CARS, 1760 N. Nellis, 437-8870. VE337 TRAVEL LUGGAGE RENTAL Why buy when you can rant quality luggage at a fraction of tne cost. Let us save you money and time on your next vacatnn. FREE pnkup and delivery. Luggage Lenders 565-3737. STEEL BUILDINGS SALE STEEL BLDGS. FACTORY DISCOUNTS. 21X34 TO 150X300. FASTDELIVERY.SAVE THOUSANDS. MUST SELL BY DEC. 31 ST. CALL SCOTT AT 702398-3209. MC362 ADULT CARE ADULT GROUP HOME ROOMS AVAILABLE. RN SUPERVISED. 24 HOUR CARE. REAS. RATES., 898-2569. AC239 HEALTH CARE NO HYPE JUST RESULTS. You've tried everything, "Now try the 'One' that really works." No drugs, skJe effects, mood swings. Energy Plus amazing weight loss, effortlessly with natural ingredients. Start today, see a big difference by Christmas. Call 566-5746. HC272 STEEL BUILDINGS SALE REPOSSESSED, MUST SELL 2 QUON SET STEEL ARCH BUILDINGS, ONE IS 40 X 60, WILL SELL FOR BALANCE DUE 1-800-2626116. MC303 STEEL BUILDINGS: Compare prices. Commercial, industrial, agricultural. Widths from 30 feet to 150 feet clear span. Mini-warehousing is our specialty. Component packages or built. 1800-553-7156. MC397 STEEL BUILDINGS!! FALL Sale Most sizes available. Sale limited to stock on hand. Beat the price increase coming January 1st. Call for special pricing. 1-800766-4790. MC435 Advertise ^ the. HEALTH CARE PRIVATE ROOM WITH CARE FOR YOUR ELDERLY LOVED ONES, 566-1936, LOST & FOUND MALE COCKER SPANIEL, BLONDE BUFF LOST IN THE AREA OF EOUESTRIAN AND BLR. HWY. IF FOUND PLEASE CALL 5656058. LF351 Med. Sullphur Crested Cockatoo tost in Hend. area. Large reward, please call 564-0803 or 259-6555. LF404 LOST —DEC. 1, Bass Buggy Boat Cover. Govt. Wasn to Henderson Rd., contact space 132 Canyon Trail RV Park. 1200 Industrial Rd. BC. NV. LF PETS/ANIMALS THE ANIMAL FOUNDATION will help you financially spay or neuter your cat or dog. Very inexpensive in Las Vegas. 384-3333 BC PA ADOPT CATS & Dogs from your shelters. Save a LHe. BC PA LAS VEGAS VALLEY HUMANE SOCIETY. Beautiful, healthy, kittens, cats, puppies, dogs. Spayed/neutered, tested, shots. PetsMart. Trop-Eastern store only. Thurs.. Fri.. Sat.. Sun., 11-4. PA 429 FREETOGOOOHOME: 2 year old Shephard/Lab mix. Neutered. Has^all shots, has had obedience class. Needs yard 8961545. PA443 FREE family fun safari in the desert. Visitors welcome for gukled tours daily to see tons, tigers, bears, cougars. woVes, parrots and huridreds of others 361-2484. PA236 FREE TO THE RK3HT HOME. 2 Female CFA Registered Persian aduKs. 565-0452. Can be separated. PA218 ADORABLE Pedigreed PM Bull puppies bom Nov. 2 ready to go Dec. 15. Call 896-3376. PA2S6 X-MAS Puppies Dalmation/Lab mix, adorable 564-8898. PA400 AKC REGISTERED PUREBRED MALE ROTTWEILER FOR 8TUD.QREATDISP06mOKCALLFORSTUD FEE. BECKY, SeM022 allerSpnt WM H PERSONALS PSYCHIC READINQS by Maria. I give neverfailing advk:e on all matters of life. AdvKe on love, business, marriage, health, etc. 6488799. PE $$ IN YOUR XMAS BUDGET & FIX YOUR BAD CREDIT. Very Low Cost-Free Consultatk)n Lexington Law Firms 800-453-9529. PE363 FOR DISCOUNTED LONG DISTANCE CALLS. BUSINESS OR PERSONALCONTACT: BOB VANCLEVE 2309 CIVIC CENTER DR. NORTH LAS VEGAS. NV. 89030. PE433 NOWill Lose fat without dieting, call today. Office 870-3400 (day) or 897-7877 (evesj SUMMERTII^E "ONE DAY DIET" • Anyone can stici( to a diet for "ONE" day. when they Icnow they can eat what they want the next day! • For Info: Tel/Fax 433-0050 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS MMIS 7 day* • *. • ( 6 PM. R*c. Annai bhlnd BouMw Own CrMi Union. AU>IIOW.L*TMMlmH POSiTiON WANTED CNA EXPERIENCED, PRIVATE CARE. REPS.. LANORE 896-0611. PW 4 p.m. Fridiy lot Tuesday sjut, Noon Tuesdty lor PinoranT'

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Tuesday, December 6, 1994 Henderson Home Nws Page 13 Page 12 Henderson Home News Tuesday, December 6, 1994 LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICE BIDS WANTED FOR HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENT NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS SwM p t f§ dt mm b rccdTcd bjr the Director tt (he Nevada DtpaiiaMat tl TraMporUlloD H Ihc L Vcgai tUaiquiUn, lU Eart Waridi^toii Avcnac, Lat Vcg*. NV anSl, • oUI and 0IWW4 It 1130 pjB^ locd tine, on Dcoabcr 2f, 19M far cntract No. JUO, Project No*. SPF-09S-1(17), STP-tNKHM), and 8TP-003O6), caoftniction of I porUon of tiM StaU Hifliway Sjitoa on VS. 95 fron StaU boulc 165 (NdHB Road) to near UM JiDctioa of VS. 93; on Union PadOe Ralroad croHiiii on "P* Street in L,aa Vttu and on Wam S|irina Road tnm Pccot Road to Stcpliaiic Way in Headenoa, Clwli Coaity, a Ici^ of 9 JS3 milet. D.B.E. infonBaliaa riul be MbaUttcd DO laUr tlian UM lime of p t in M f wmoo nh m tpedflcd altove. SPECIFIC DESCRirriON OF WORK COVERED BY THIS CONTRACT CONSICTS OFi REMOVAL OF BlIVMINOUS SUIFACE (COLD MILLING), REMOVAL OF CURB AND GinTER, INSTALL NEW CURB AND BUTTER, PLACING PERMANENT PAVEMENT MARKINGS, PLACING PERMANENT SIGNS, PLACING PLANTMDC BITUMINOUS SURFACE AGGREGATE AND PLACING PLANTMIX BITUMINOUS OPENGRADED SURFACE, AND CONSTRUCTION CRUMB RUBBER TEST SECTIONS. PIM* and ucdacatioaf aiay be ciamincd and purcttaicd • I the office of tJw anderrigned. Nan-bidding docomcDli may ai*o be eiamiiMd or purckaMd at the Department of Trannortatioa Dirtrict Office* in Spares mid La Vegai, Nevadia. Plani, foiM ofpropotal, contract mid ipcdncationi May be lecarcd by pmiualulcd bidden Ihrmiih tlM offlcc of the andcnrigned. A fee of Twenty-Five DoOan ($25.00) ii repaired for the parchaae of each copy of the plan with pripooal form. Hani, propoial forai and •pccificationi obtained on tUi bmii are non-returnable mid no rcrund will be made. Bidi mait be on the proposal rorm of (he Departmoit •f Tramportation and muit be accompanied by • bid bond, a ecriifled dMck, a caihier'i check, or cash in (he amount of av*jperctn((5%)orbld. Right ii referred to reject any or all bida, or to accept (lie bid deeawd beet for the InUreit of (he SUU of Nevada. Contractor! dciiring to bid on (his worlt, irnot already ^aalifled under (lie StoU Law, ib ail file with (he Department ofTrmuportationat Canon City, Nevada, not la(er(hannve (5) dayi prior to (he da(e for opening of bids, a comple(e application for qualification on form furnished by the Department The minimum wage to be paid on (his cor Commisaianer and an art forth in (he con(rac( documen(s. The a(Un(ion of bidden is direc(ed to (he Stole Contracton' License Law requirement (NRS 624 as amended (o date), that a contractor hold a valid license of a class corresponding to the work to be done. Requests for liceme may be directed to the Secretory of Ihe StoU Contractor's Board, 70 Linden Avenue, Reno, Nevada 89502. Tbii la a Federal-aid project and as such, any contractor otherwkw qualllled by the Stoto of Nevada to perform such work, la not requi red to be Ucenaed nor to aubmil application for Hcanae in advance of submilUng a bid or having such bid canilderedi provided, however, (ha( such exemption does not constUuU a waiver of the StaU's right under its licenae laws to rtqalre a cswtiactor, determined to be a sacoeaaful bidder, to be Ucenaed to do bwineaa in (be S(ate of Nevada hi coniMcdon with (he award of a coa(rac( to hiin. The StaU of Nevada Depariaaent of Transportation will on iU own initialive, take affinnative action, including (Iw impofiUon of coniract sanctions and (he ini(ia(ion of apnropriaU legal proceedinp under miy applicable State or federal law to achieve equal employmcnl opportunily on Federal-aid Highway Projects and wiD actively cooperaU with Ihe FederalHighway Administration in dl investigaUon and enforcement actions undertaken by (he Federal High way Administration. In coi^unction with Ihe above 9(atemen(, (he Department of Transportolion will not issue plans In an irrespnnsible liidder. Sufisection (B) of the section 112 of Tide 23 United States Code has been amended by adding at (he end (hereof, (he following: "Con(rac(a for (he cons(ruc(ionof each projec( shall be awarded only on the basis of Ihe lowest respiinsive bid submilUd by a bidder meeting established criteria uf respunsihilily." GARTH F. DULL, DIRECTOR Department of Transportation Carson City, Nevada 89712 H—Nov. 22,29, Dec. 6,13.20,1994 LEGAL NOTICE BIDS WANTED FOR HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENT NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Sealed proposals will be received by the Dinctor of Ihc Nevada Department of Transportolion at Ihe Las Vegas Headquarten, 123 East Washington Avenue, Las Vegas, NV 89101, until and opened a( 1:30 pjn., local time, on December 8, 1994 for contract No. 2681, Project No. SPSR-562(1), construction of a portion of Ihc Urban Highway System on Sunset Road from Gibson Road to Boulder Highway in Henderson, Clark County, a length of 1.014 miles. SPECIFIC DESCRIPTION OF WORK COVERED BY THIS CONTRACT CONSISTS OF: COLDMILLING AND PLACING A MINIMUM T' OVERLAY. Plans and specincations may be examined and purdiased at Ihe office of die undenigned.Non-biddingdiKumenls may also be examined or purchased a( Ihe DeparUnenl of Transportation District Offices in Sparks and Las Vegas, Nevada. Plans, form of proposal, contract and spedficalions may lie secured by prequalincd bidden through Ihc office of die undenigned. A fee of Twenty-Five Dollan ($25.00) is required for the purchase of each copy ut Ihe plans with proposal form. Plans, pmpusal form aitd spcciricaliims obtained on this basis arc non-returnable and no rerund will l>v made. Bids must be on Ihe proposal form of the Department of Transportation and mus( be accompanied by a bid bond, a certiried check, a cashier's check, or cash in the amount nf five percent (5%) of bid. Right Li reserved to reject any or all bids, or lo accept the bid deemed best for Ihe interest of Ihe .Stale of Nevada. Contractors desiring lo bid on this worii, if not already qualified under the Stale Law, shall file with the Department ofTransportoUon at Carson Cily, Nevada, not lalerlhanfive (5) days prior lo Ihe daU for opening of bids, a complete application for qualification on form furnished by Ihe Department. The bidder's attention ii directed to the provisiaii of NRS 338.147 which b summariicd as follows: A rcapomible bidder who at the time of aubmitUng his bid provides proof of either: (I) payment of at least live thousand dollan ($5,000.00) per year of sales and uae tax on maUrials used for construction for each of Ihc five (5) immcdiaU preceding yean or; (2) payment of at least five thousnd dollan ($5,000.00) per year of molur vehicle privilege lax for each of the five (5) immediate preceding years, shall be deemed to havesubmitted abetterbid than a competing bidder who has nut paid Ihe taxes if the amount of his bid is not more than five (5) pcrcmt higher than the amount bid by the competing bidder. The minimum wage to be paid on this contract shall be as determined by the Secretary of Labor or the State Labor Commissitmer and are set forth in the contract documents. The allenlielng cared for by IN CHARGE PET SITTING 870-0055 CJ'8 LAWN CARE Professional Landscape Maintenance Most Lawns, $15 UC.S164014571 565-7630 FreeEstJmetee P8227 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES HANDY MAN, NO JOB TO SMALL, 12 YEARS EXP., HONEST, RELIABLE, AND REASONABLE RATES. 565-3455 r^i FRED GERARD AND THE FLASHBACKS ARE AVAIUBLETOPLAY SO'SSM'SMUSICFOR YOUR CHRISTMAS OR NEW YEARS PARTY CALL BARRY MORRIS 865-ei27. 280 JIFFY Ti FREE ESTIMATES RIM LAWN CARE -W0 Work While You Play" Licansad Insured HENDERSON CALL GREEN VALLEY ,,. 565-1593 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES Any and All Cleaning Offices, Home and Yards 566-5136 JUDI AND MARY PS427 GUITAR LESSONS By Exp. Teacher $10/hr. Call 564-7718 PS231 INSURANCE TOO HIGH? Too Many Tickets? SR-22 Needed? Call Morrow Insurancs Agency Green Valley 451-5533 ,. Si, RAY PLUMBING INC. 564-7573 S,„,r l')()2 LICW6025A Service, Drains, New Construction F&M MAINTENANCE OMMiel MalnlMianee^ainllng-OrywaN bwund, Bonead, Ltoa n sed C owiin!rHlil FREE ESTIMATES Frank Dutra Office 565-7138 CelLf 592-1382 too YARDVARK'S LAWN AND MAINTENANCE '^<^> Proleesional Tree TUmming StNinf) BC, 0/ven Vatty A Henderaon 294-1114 Paflf 222-6926 RG'S SECRETARIAL SERVICE Letters, resumds, manuscripts, term papers, business forms, business & home related typing. La.ser printed at reasonable rales. PS247 •;H,s'(Wi,);jj.;.o.;o()i'/'(yi7' BACKHOE and BOBCAT SERVICE •Lots Graded 'Ditching 30 Years Experience — Hourly Rates Cari W. Ford 293-0593 WINTER PRICES Ahimlnum Pallo Covtre • Carporli Window Awnlngt Sunshlald Awning RtprtMntitlv* Call 293-3750 For free ln-hom estimate The only difference between us & ttic best is. We cost less. Chainpion Lawn Care Call Carl 293-6756 Average lawnS^3.00 MARY KAY COSMETICS Independent Beauty Consultant since 1989 Dee Dee Senko 293-5550 HANDY MAN Complal* Horn* R*p*lr Coolarm "SprlnMar* Plumbing *Palntlna Naw Door* *Nw Lock* Carpantry You aava tSttS Dal 564.737S PS228 MR. FIXIT "The Handyman" No time to do It youself? 1^1 me do it for you! 294^214 BRICK. BLOCK ALL MASONRY 564-1487 Lie. #015257 „j^ PAINTER ineide, outside, Custom, neat and clean, over lOyrs. exp. Call anytime 459-7824 iw GENE'S CARPET CLEANING and WINDOW CLEANING Rea. & Comm. 564-8055 P8424 HANDYMAN Miac. Horn* Rapairt Carpanlry, Ptumbtno, (tc. Raaaonabia/ Reliable Call Dan....564-2827 PS230 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES PROFESSIONAL SERVICES PROFESSIONAL SERVICES ^ THE CAVANAUGH'S PAINTING Interior/Exterior Free Estimates 294-1 422 '-''censed BOULDER ELECTRIC Licensed Bonded Insured uc No 15187 Call 293-4899 PROFESSIONAl SERVICES VOICE PIANO DRAMA LESSONS wtwihw you ara 7 e TO. yo •aa a>ta raia voice. PIANO ar DAAMA quaWlaa. CONM.COVI MUSK STUDIO. FLO nAYMONO PS243 565-8469 7iYi^/fif imv\\\^:i!&\\>i\^ > •" '^E&MOORE CLEARLY WINDOW CLEANING Reasonable Rates Jeff Kincald 294-1114 Newpeger 222-6926 Advertise in tlie Hem ^miJltCf^ *oet. piano, wgan ISliillW** or ktyboard anlanainmant lor your wadding racapllon, party or organitalion luncllon. Vocal concant ilio •villibla. Coral Cove Mualc Studio, Flo Raymond at 565-8469 £2211 Sam Blakeley Masonry E^S^^ Masonry, brick, block stone. Free estimates. Nev. lie. 24144 Commercial Conatructlen ^^^.^ Resldentid Beliitchinq CIUHU^ StrUa 56S-0319 HMMlMeeMIV • MMIi LICENSED HANDYMAN Complete Home Repair •Carpenty • Cabinet • Drywall (Hendereon Resident) Rick at 564-7488 or Pager 599-7474 Advertise in the 1 JONATHON HUNT Discount to 1 CONSTRUCTION Reekiential/Commercial, Senior 1 ROOM additione. Patio Covere, Citizens & Remodeling, iictaszzs 434-9908 Disabled 1 PS426 1 4f5lb MCS GARDENING •TREE TRIMMING •FREE ESTIMATES •RESIDENTIAL i COMMERCIAL •EMERQ. PIPE A VALVE MM^ • SENIOR DISCOUNTS • • LICENSED LAWN MAINTENANCE SINCE ItM 564-6742 CUSTOM BOAT COVERS • BIMINI TOPS FRAMEWORK • INTERIORS • TRACTOR SEATS CARL'S Upholstery AUTO • RV • MARINE CRAFT Fraa Eatlmalii 721 Caiyon Rd, BoUdar City, NV t*0OS Beeper 252-1339 (702) 293-0591 HOWARD HELDERLEIN CONSTRUCTION Commercial • Residential • Remodels and Additions Licen.se #021013 „ 565-0874 GARAGE DOOR SICK? CAU THI DOC-DOOR! / FREE ^-^ Estimates (702) 293-6232 AAA ACTION GARAGE DOOR SERVICE CO. HAPPY GARDNER; We Care For Your Lawn George R. Rogan, III #164-13888 565-3583 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES ISATEUTE [SERVICE .SERVICE ALL ;tRAND8 24HR. k SERVICE PQ^LL 474-7836 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES Boxed Ads 7' WALLPAPER KING FoU, Vinyl, Clotti, etc., Nice and tigtit seams, paintiitg dryweH, 10 yrs. exp. CaH anytime 45-7824or CHAMSAW MASSA.CREI TREE TRIHMINQ AND REMOVAL, WE'LL BEAT ANV OVEN RATE. FREE ESTIMATES SENIOR DISCOUNT. SEE US FIRST 566-0827 ,^ BOB'8 HO^EY-DO-SERVICE RtewMIng • Plumbing jQtclltosI, Carpentry • \* No Joe Too SmeN ns, homemade fudge in Christmas tins andmuch more. GS315 eeeeeeeeeeee • CHRISTMAS • : CRAFT SALE • Dec. 3,8-4 pm aSMLaheMlchlflanlji., • Lake Mtn. Eu. BC e CLASSIFIED AD wm 4 p.m. Friday for Tuesday issue Noon Tuesday for Panorama 4 Lines ^6^**^ ^ cosh rote MISCELLANEOUS GLITTER GULCH DENA's (The Rock Queen), in Henderson offering Amerk:an Indian Decor gifts, jewelry, Pipes, drums, flutes, rocks, quartz crystals, minerals, fossils. We are a Community Pride, a special Indian place. Attention: (Heahh problems, force Dena to reduce most of her Primo collectik>les). Must reduce inventory to make it easier to operate. Come in, select pieces you always wanted. 20% off. Act quickly. Remember, these things are one of a kind. 565-0711. MI287 LOWREY ORGAN, Excel, cond. $30,000 new. Will sacrifk:e for $6000. 1-702-291 -0054. (NELSON, NV.) Ml KENMORE ELEC. DRYER 3 yrs. old, like new$200.Cfall564-4993. MI233 '89 Kenmore Electric Dryer, $100 OBO. 2944204. Ml 305 LIVING ROOM FURN.. KITCHEN TABLE AND CHAIRS. BDRM. FURN., MUST SELL IMMEDIATELY. 433-5774.6PM10 PM. Ml HANSONS' WATER SOFTENER. LIKE NEW. CALL 565-1625. Ml FIREWOOD2X4ENDS. $50 A LOAD. DELIVERY AVAILABLE. 564-6910. MI381 WALL CABINET. PERFECT FOR DEN, GARAGE OR LAUNDRY ROOM, VERY REASONABLE. CALL 5666253. MI382 DOLL HOUSE FOR SALE: Large, perfect for Barbi, has wallpaper, carpeting, and wooden kitoien and t>edroom set. Have to see to appreciate. $60. Portable dishwasher never been used, kleal for apt. living, asking $49, call 565-2213 after 5 pm. MI352 PHOTO EQUIP. Cameras, Cannon, Pentax. Minolta. Nikon, Olympus. 293-1581. BC Ml UTILITY TRAILERfordIrt bikes, etc., $400. 4336263. SHOP SMITH $700. Ml 73 Arch Style Steel BuikJing Manufacturer. Limtied offer. Buy factory direct. Free storage until Spring 95 or immediate delivery. Free brochure. Steelmaster 1-800-5261110 Ml 87 TOOL SALE. Delta Unisaw/52'' Unifence. radial arm saw. thnkness planner, shaper/router, drill press. Craftsman band saw, joiner/planner, drill press, routers, Sanders, plate joiner and much more. 9 am-7 pm, 431 Shamrock Dr., Henderson. 564-3518. MI274 SEARS heavyduty w/d, excel. cond..$300forthe set, call aft. 5 pm, 4336263. Portable Spa $400. Ml 194 ROMAN TUB. Gas Range top & hood. Shower stall w/door. microwave, & gas oven, cupboard doors, sofa. Priced to sell., 293-4322. BC Ml FIREWOOD SALE, ALL HARDWOODS, 5642325. Ml 209 WHEEL CHAIR, light weight, excellent coridition. $150. 566-3908. MI417 WEDDING DRESS, one of a kind, size 7/8. $300. 565-5492. MI432 WOMENS CLOTHING for sale, size 16-3X, Large assortment sweaters, pants, etc. 2940629. Leave Message. Ml TEENS Makeup vanity w/ mirror & bench. $35. Great Christmasgift. 2940022. BC. Ml MUST SELL 2 Pieces of art would make a good X-Mas present and investment. LEROY NEIMANS, RIVE GAUCHE and ERIE'S BIJOULES de PEARLES. BEAUTIFULLY FRAMED, BOTH SIGNED AND NUMBERED. SERIOUS INQUIRIES ONLY PLEASE CALL 798-7015. MI448 WASHER / Dryers $125.00 Each. 2936101. BC Ml ARTHRITIS Suffers, live pain free. Had it for 20 years now I am pain free. Cost is as tow as $15 per mo., not medicine, natural food & energy supplements. Guaranteed. 564-1648. MI254 NEED NEW FURNITURE? Tired of looking? Solution: Furniture Ctoseouts Warehouse. Brand names, full furniture lines, closeouts, discontinued Hems, display furniturel Save Big Money! Examples, Mattress sets: twins $69; fulls $79; queens $119; kings $149; brand names & guarantees. 6000 S. Eastern Ave., Bkig. #8 (Sunset to Eastern, turn north, to next tratfk: light, then right on Patrck Ln. 4th bidg. on left.) 5% discount with this ad. 7 Days a Week; 10 am to 7 pm. 739-0338. Ml 193 WINTER PIANO Used very little $1000 Craftsman 6'Jointer planer, like new $200.293-4141. BC Ml NEED Xmas gifts for Apple II owners? Have approx. 40 games like new. Reasonably priced 293-3305. BC Ml WURLITZER Organ, double keyboard. Tape deck & swinging rythum. $650 OBO. 293-1544. BC Ml MOVING SALE, Furniture, Bassett dining set, more. 294-2305. BC Ml FOR SALE QUEEN WATER BED 12 DRAWER $300 5 FT SOFA $35, ENTERTAINMENT CENTER $20,CALLARER5PM. 564-7284. MI369 6X9 DHURRIE RUG. $100. DRIP COFFEEMAKER, UNDER COUNTER MOUNT. $20.434-5670. MI371 PC, COMMODORE 640. DISC DRV. 1541. MONITOR 80. SOFTWARE DISCS. ASTROL.. $300 OBO. 566-6487 ALL DAY. MI390 GORGEOUS WALNUT PIANO. Used 1 month, not a saatch, pakJ over $4,000 Asking $2,500 O.B.0.564-4284. MI407 DARWIN'S AUCTION THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8th. 7:00 P.M. Will be held at 1524 Nevada Highway, BouldarCtty. Quality since 1868 Spices A Extracts Gourmet IngredienU Plus products for your: Health A Nutrition Skin A Hair Care Laundry A Bath Mary Julia Gail Independent Marketing Representative #95277 CallforaFREE Catalog: (702) 293-4803 P.O. Box 60340 BouUer City, NV 89006 COLLOIDAL SILVER. It is known to be effective against 600 different disease organisms. Call 293-5239 or 294-1910. BC Ml YAMAHA PIANO for sale, like new, 435-3213. Ml 147 LOSE WEIGHT! Feel GreatI With the guaranteed formula of the 90's. THERMOGENESIS. 100% Natural Herbal Blend. For info. Call 2935239 or 294-1910. BC VEHICLES '84 NISSAN Stanza loaded $2,000. 2937884. 7 am-9 pm. BC. 1988, 98 Okj's 4 door, good cond. 294-0253. BC • 86 BRONCO II Eddie Bauer edition. Looks & runs great. $5500 OBO. 293-5865. BC VE '1956 DODGE p/u, all orig. good engine and trans., strait body $1200 OBO. 565-1367. VE145 73 VOLKSWAGEN Super Beetle, Baby blue Beauty Auto, Looks & runs great, 431-4211 or 892-&30 Pager. BC VE MISCELLANEOUS 10 INCH Commercial Delta Uni-tabte taw. Excel, cond. Beetolfer. 2931703. BC Ml NORDIC TRAC "Sequoia" Model with electronk & vkJeo. Excel. Cond. $425 OBO 2936489. BC Ml BOATS & RVs 1980 HI-LO Trailer, 18 ft. self contained, raises & lowers, asking $4000. 293-3395. BC. BR VEHICLES 87 DODGE CHARGER AUTO AJC NEW TIRES 565-2712. VE365 1978 Chevy Blazer. 4 wheeldr. autotrans. Must selL $1800 OBO. 3810055 Pager. BC VE 1974 Chevy 3/4 4x4 p/u, 350,4 spd. stck, $4500 OBO 1-297-1547. Searchlight. VE 1984 CHEVY Caprce, 89,000 miles, kiw book $2,600 OBO. 294-0636. BC VE 1977 Cadi. Cpe.DVille& 1977 GMC Camper deluxe, 4x4 work rack, ps, tires & rims. $1000 each 293-7089. BC. VE '71 VOLKSWAGEN Buj $800. Runs well, need: minor repairs. 293-6585 USED AUTO PARTS 293-7278. Let us do the calling on our new satellite computer. All states and Canada. Big John and Sons, FoothillDr. BC VE COMPLETE RADIATOR SERVICE Rod and repair, rebuilt and new Big John and Sons, 1631 Foothill Dr., 293-7278. BC VE EMISSION CONTROL STATION, Emission and Auto Care, 1400 Nevada Hwy. No wart appointments. 293-2473. BC VE 1985 CHRYSLER NEW YORKER, 4 dr. sedan, runs good, under 104.000 miles, only $2000. Under low book. Call 293-5461. BC VE HANDICAPPED 79 FORD CHATEAU CLB. WGN., 460 ENG, DUAL TANKS, ALL EXTRAS, GOOD COND. $6000, 898-2753. VE394 '84 BUICK LaSabre 67,000 miles, kiaded w/ extras, good cond. $2,300 OBO. 565-0222. VE409 HONDA CB 750 Fulldress. 1980-9000 mi. $995.293-2433. BC VE 83 DODGE ARIES, Runs good) needs starter. $350. 79 Mazda, RX7, 80,000 miles on Factory rebuilt motor. Runs great, $1000. Call evenings 293-4808. BC VE 84 Honda Civic Wagon, rebuilt engine. 5 spd. good cond. $2200 OBO 293-3166 or 566-3003. BC VE 88 Sportster 883. k>wered. custom paint, 3.5 gal. tank, wire wheels, 5.600 miles, excel, shape, $6500,293-3029. BC VE 77-F250 4x4 Runs, Looks Great 400 V8, Auto, a/c, 25,000 rebuilt enq. 294-2642. BC VE BIO JOHN'S TOWINO Light and Heavy duty lowing, racovary • paclallala. (702) 294-HELP 1586 FoothillDr. B.C. SERVICES MILITARY RETIREEAre you payina too much for your champus supplement? For Irilbrmalion on NEW 100% coverage, call 1-800627-2824 ext. 259. MUSICAL INSTRUIMENTS BALDWIN Compact Theatre Organ. Maple cal>int wAwnch. mutt sell, family treasure, $600. 294-1283. BC Ml WURLITZER PIANO $900 good condition. 293-6585. BC. Ml MAILBOX RENTALS The Postal Statton, Mallbox Rentals. UPS. Copies & Fax. Keys. 120 Market St.. 566-4771. STORAGE SECURE OUTDOOR STORAGE Boata. AMoa, iraNart and Motor Homaa. 1/2 bik. oil e6onlmiualrtalRd.Cai John Wllloby Marina Cania 293-6077 FAST CASH TOP PRICES PAID FOR JUNK CARS FREE PICK-UP SERVICE CALL US! 565-1414 NEVADA PIC-A-PART VE223 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 )ob, checldng account or telephone in buyers name. HOLLIS USED CARS, 1760 N. Nellis, 437-8870. VE337 TRAVEL LUGGAGE RENTAL Why buy when you can rant quality luggage at a fraction of tne cost. Let us save you money and time on your next vacatnn. FREE pnkup and delivery. Luggage Lenders 565-3737. STEEL BUILDINGS SALE STEEL BLDGS. FACTORY DISCOUNTS. 21X34 TO 150X300. FASTDELIVERY.SAVE THOUSANDS. MUST SELL BY DEC. 31 ST. CALL SCOTT AT 702398-3209. MC362 ADULT CARE ADULT GROUP HOME ROOMS AVAILABLE. RN SUPERVISED. 24 HOUR CARE. REAS. RATES., 898-2569. AC239 HEALTH CARE NO HYPE JUST RESULTS. You've tried everything, "Now try the 'One' that really works." No drugs, skJe effects, mood swings. Energy Plus amazing weight loss, effortlessly with natural ingredients. Start today, see a big difference by Christmas. Call 566-5746. HC272 STEEL BUILDINGS SALE REPOSSESSED, MUST SELL 2 QUON SET STEEL ARCH BUILDINGS, ONE IS 40 X 60, WILL SELL FOR BALANCE DUE 1-800-2626116. MC303 STEEL BUILDINGS: Compare prices. Commercial, industrial, agricultural. Widths from 30 feet to 150 feet clear span. Mini-warehousing is our specialty. Component packages or built. 1800-553-7156. MC397 STEEL BUILDINGS!! FALL Sale Most sizes available. Sale limited to stock on hand. Beat the price increase coming January 1st. Call for special pricing. 1-800766-4790. MC435 Advertise ^ the. HEALTH CARE PRIVATE ROOM WITH CARE FOR YOUR ELDERLY LOVED ONES, 566-1936, LOST & FOUND MALE COCKER SPANIEL, BLONDE BUFF LOST IN THE AREA OF EOUESTRIAN AND BLR. HWY. IF FOUND PLEASE CALL 5656058. LF351 Med. Sullphur Crested Cockatoo tost in Hend. area. Large reward, please call 564-0803 or 259-6555. LF404 LOST —DEC. 1, Bass Buggy Boat Cover. Govt. Wasn to Henderson Rd., contact space 132 Canyon Trail RV Park. 1200 Industrial Rd. BC. NV. LF PETS/ANIMALS THE ANIMAL FOUNDATION will help you financially spay or neuter your cat or dog. Very inexpensive in Las Vegas. 384-3333 BC PA ADOPT CATS & Dogs from your shelters. Save a LHe. BC PA LAS VEGAS VALLEY HUMANE SOCIETY. Beautiful, healthy, kittens, cats, puppies, dogs. Spayed/neutered, tested, shots. PetsMart. Trop-Eastern store only. Thurs.. Fri.. Sat.. Sun., 11-4. PA 429 FREETOGOOOHOME: 2 year old Shephard/Lab mix. Neutered. Has^all shots, has had obedience class. Needs yard 8961545. PA443 FREE family fun safari in the desert. Visitors welcome for gukled tours daily to see tons, tigers, bears, cougars. woVes, parrots and huridreds of others 361-2484. PA236 FREE TO THE RK3HT HOME. 2 Female CFA Registered Persian aduKs. 565-0452. Can be separated. PA218 ADORABLE Pedigreed PM Bull puppies bom Nov. 2 ready to go Dec. 15. Call 896-3376. PA2S6 X-MAS Puppies Dalmation/Lab mix, adorable 564-8898. PA400 AKC REGISTERED PUREBRED MALE ROTTWEILER FOR 8TUD.QREATDISP06mOKCALLFORSTUD FEE. BECKY, SeM022 allerSpnt WM H PERSONALS PSYCHIC READINQS by Maria. I give neverfailing advk:e on all matters of life. AdvKe on love, business, marriage, health, etc. 6488799. PE $$ IN YOUR XMAS BUDGET & FIX YOUR BAD CREDIT. Very Low Cost-Free Consultatk)n Lexington Law Firms 800-453-9529. PE363 FOR DISCOUNTED LONG DISTANCE CALLS. BUSINESS OR PERSONALCONTACT: BOB VANCLEVE 2309 CIVIC CENTER DR. NORTH LAS VEGAS. NV. 89030. PE433 NOWill Lose fat without dieting, call today. Office 870-3400 (day) or 897-7877 (evesj SUMMERTII^E "ONE DAY DIET" • Anyone can stici( to a diet for "ONE" day. when they Icnow they can eat what they want the next day! • For Info: Tel/Fax 433-0050 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS MMIS 7 day* • *. • ( 6 PM. R*c. Annai bhlnd BouMw Own CrMi Union. AU>IIOW.L*TMMlmH POSiTiON WANTED CNA EXPERIENCED, PRIVATE CARE. REPS.. LANORE 896-0611. PW 4 p.m. Fridiy lot Tuesday sjut, Noon Tuesdty lor PinoranT'

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Pag* 14 HwKtoraon Horn* Nws Tuesday, December 6, 1994 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES NOTICE TO READERS: The HBC Publlcatjont doi rxrt vouch for th lgltimacy of itomt, jobs, or mofMy-makingopportuniliM advrtitd in this classification. Wa suggaat you carefully evaluala such olfars and not sand ownay to thaaa advsrtisars unlaas you ara cartain you know with wtwm you ara daaling and you know all tarms and conditions of tha offer. BO SUNQUEST WOLFF TANNING BEDS, Naw Commardal-Homa Units from $199.00. LampsLotions-Accassorias. Monthly paymanta tow as $18.00. Call Today FREE NEW COLOR Catatojj. 1-800-462-9197. BO 61 Cleaning Franchise BUILD A FAMILY BUSINESS. Let the ServiceMaster family helpyour family start your own residential or commercial cleaning franchise for as little as $5955 down. Fortune service 500 company offering uniqua training and marketing support. Financing available. Call for a free brochure: 1-800-2302360. B0396 CAPITAL AVAILABLE FOR BUSINESS. Commercial and Venture Capital $25,000 Up. CALL 1-310-550-7142. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES i)AD CREDIT? NO PROBLEMI Create naw cradit file wKhln 24 hrs. legally guarantaad. 1600-513-4224. B0133 CLEANING FRANCHISE, WE INVEST IN YOU I Service Master Targets BoukJar City. Ona company balievas that hard woik ahouk) pay off. That's why, when you invest in a Sarvica Mastar franchise, we invest in you. We're the nations' largest professional daaning company. And wa provide the best training, the bast equipment and tha very bast support, including natkinal advertising. Get started wHii as little as about $8000 down plus working capitai. Financing available. For free information, call 1-800230-2360. BO CAPITAL AVAILABLE FOR BUSINESS. Commercial and Venture Capital $25,000 Up. CALL 1-310-550-7142. B0436 20 YEARS OF BUSINESS SUCCESS! I've made over $200,000 each year! I've been stupki for >20 years! Call 1-702-731-1438 Ext. 1088.24 Hour Recorded Message. B0436 Doxed Ads >7 per column Inch per weel< DOMESTIC HELP 11 DOMESTIC HELP HIS HAND EXTENDED DAY CARE. 2 Christian Women wi!! care for your children in their home, Mon.-Fri., 6 am-6 pm. Ages 2 to 5. Will have preschool activities, $65 a chiU.Cai! 566-5068 for more information. Licensed. DH284 NEED AN EARLY AM Babysitter? I will give your chikJren T.L.C. in my home in the early A.M. 12 noon. Call 293-5486. BC. DH PROFESSIONAL Ironing & sewing. Free pick up & delivery for BoukJer City residents. 293-4200. BC DH TAMMY'S CLEANING Servce, honest, reliable. Also errand service. Licensed & Bonded. Please Call 293-4341. RESERVE YOUR CHILDS Place for New Years Eve. While you are ringing in the new year. Your kids will be snug & safe. Snack & entertainment provided. Reservattons accepted now thru Dec. 16. 293-5003. BC DH AHENTION PARENTS, Do your Christmas shopping without the kids. Reserve yourchiids place nowthru Dec. 23rd. M-F, 6pm-11 pm. Snacks orovkied. 293-5003. BC TWO MOTHERS WILLING TO BABYSIT MONFRI7AWTIL6PM$55 PER CHILD, CLAUDIA ROMO 564-8223. KRISTA DESILVA 5669771. DH391 HOUSEWORK, will clean your house, kical ref. and trans, dependable. 433-7609. DH405 NEED A RELIABLE MOTHER TO CARE FOR YOUR KIDS? Any hours/age, in my home. Call Maria 566-0045. Reas. Rates. DH445 HELP WANTED NEEDED, BABYSITTER for 4 yr. oki boy in vicinity of Hindman School. 5664016. Leave Msg. HOUSEHOLD CLEANERS, days, M-F, nc, weekend or holidays,vacatton, skdt and holiday pay. GRIMEBUSTERS 798-1002. HW285 MOTEL MAID experienca helpful. Immediate opening, apply in person, also laundry person PT. Best Western Motel, 85 W.Lirite Mead Dr., Hand. HW416^ (AEEKENb BAATtNbER 565-9959. HW FORMER PRE School teacher has chiM care openings, have sheriffs & health card, excellent references. 293-1702. KIDS KLUBI is accepting enrollment before and after school for elementary age chikiren. Transportation to and from school, nutritk>us snacks, recreation program. Phone 293-7773. DH 2 RELIABLE MOTHERS WILL CARE FOR YOUR CHILDREN IN OUR HEND. HOME MON.FRI., FULL TIME OPENINGS AVAILABLE 566-4746. DH 278 BABYSITTER WITH 11 YRS.EXP. WITH LOCAL REF. WOULD LIKE TO BABYSIT FOR YOU FROM 7 AM TO 3 PM, MEALS INCLUDED AGES INFANT TO 5 YRS. OLD, CALL 5661402 ANYTIME. DH290 WILL do babysitting in my home GV area. 4335974. DH345 IRONING TO PERFECTION .80 a Piece CALL THELMA 565-1507 DH242 NO TIME TO CLEAN? CALLJUNES CLEANING SERVICE 564-SC69FREEIN HOME ESTIMATES REF. AVAIUBLE. Chriatlan Family looking for domaatk: help, N/S, must k>ve children, ba neat, claan and tkiy. M-F, aoma Sat., Sun. Call 456-3831 Ratlrae/Sr. welcome. -^,,, DH333 HELP WANTED Hair Station for rent, small, clean, full service salon. Call Lynette, 293-7427 Leave mee-sage Teiff Reewe a^v Tew HMwvei AVON (TODISMITD Call Today! SECURITY OFFICERS WEUS FARGO GUARD SERVICE. EMPLOYMENT OPENINGS IN HEND./Q.V. AREAS. WE OFFER FLEXIBLE WORK HOURS, UNIFORMS PROVIDED, PAYED VACATIONS ANDOTHER BENEFITS. APPLY Monday-Frkiay. 0 am to 3:30 pm, 3305 W. Spring Mountain, fee, Equal Opporluni^ Employer. i HELP WANTED HBC Publications is accepting resumes for the position of display salesperson for the Henderson Home News and Boulder City News. Newspaper sales experience helpful but not necessary. Applicants must have sales bacltground. Salary, commission and benefits. E.O.E. Send resumes to: HBC Publications, inc., c/o Hunwn Ftosoureas aCommercs Henderaon. NV. 89014 Pl9a90 No phon0 calls HELP WANTED HOME TYPISTS, PC utare needed. $35,000 potential. Detaila call (1) 805-962-8000. EXT. B5695. HW281 ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR Cage Caahiars, apply In parson, 7 daya a week. Gold Strike Inn, US93,BC HW PAftT TiMe JANlf6H/ STORE CLERK NEEDED apply in person at Opportunity Village, 12 WPactfic,Mon. thru Sat. between 10am&4p(n. HW300 EXPERilRcEOIiHr curist wanted. Brand new station available for rent. Great shop, benefits. Hot Tips, 1000 Nev. Hvy. #205. BC. HW GOVERNMENT JOBS. Currently hiring. $23/hr., plus benelKs. To apply call 1-219-755-0033 Ext. P444. HW441 DELIVERY DRIVER NEEDED. Make up to $10 per hour. Apply in person, 87 E. Lake mead Dr. HW442 $AnENTION$ Looking for a change? Full/Parttime, no exp. necessary, callfor appointment, Jam! or Ruth 293-6144. NEEDED: Reliable men & women for janitorial positions at Prestigious Chocolate Factory in Henderson. Commercial cleaning exp. a plus. Also need person with fkx)r 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. HW219 HELP WANTED NEEDED: Reliable women & man for Janitorial positiorts at Prestigious Chooolata Factory In Henderson. Commercial cleaning Exp. a plua, but not necessary. Full and Part-time positkms available on Swing shifta and Weekend Days. Apply at 4055 Spencer, Suite124LVNVorCall 369-4549 ALWAYS CLEANING SERVICES. Part time/Full time, ianitorial help, will train, 5654750. HW361 NEEDED RELIABLE FULL TIME COUNTER PERSON/SEAMSTRESS. APPLY IN PERSON AT 8160 S. EASTERN, SUITE 1. 263-9211. HW378 FOOD SERVER, New Gourmet Coffee House, /^iy in person. Super 8 HW 704 Nv. Hwy. BC NEEDED: 93 people to tose weight NOW. 100% natural, 100% guarantee. Dr. recommended. Call 218-327-4925. HW431 BOULDER CITY COMPUTER CO. kwking for phone sales person & customer service representative. Heavyphones, knowledge of IBM computer & memory products nelpful. No cokj calling. Non-smoker, full time, $5.75 per hr. Boukler City reskient preferred. Applktk>ns being accepted at 684 Wells Rd., BC or call 294-0204. BC. HW DRIVER NEEDED To work every other week in Boukler City. Must have an excellent driving record and be agile and courteous. Strong concerns for safety are a must. Call 293-551 Ofrom 8:00-3:00 MON.-Fri. BC NEED Someone to rake leaves. Call Mrs. Ward 294-3880. HW EXPERIENCED RANCH FOREMAN for working cow-caH operatnn. Herd management, alfalfa production, Ikxxf iaigation, ground preparation, ranch management. Benefits, profK sharing. Equal Opportunity Employer. 702-629-2000. HVy^98 DRIVERS: 3 TOP OPPORTUNITIES! North American Van Lines has owner-operator openings in Relocatnn Services, High Value Products and Blanketwrap divisions. Tuition-free training for inexperienced drivers, outstanding tractor purchase plan available. Ask about our RSD Performance CompensationEarn up to 6% over already top compensation I 1-800-348-2147, Dept. FH-8. HW395 WIRE INSTALLATION Train to install wire and cable systems. Earn over $770 per mo. to start, plus food, kxiging and medi-' cal.Call566-6254ARMY BE ALL YOU CAN BE*. RESUMES CompoMMl, Edited, Typad-f Ml t Accurst* BEE'S BUSINESS SVC. "DAILY e-6 Sat. 10-4" 1400 Colorido, fC B.C. 293-5361 HELP WANTED DRIVERS: FLATBED48 atataOTR. Aasigned naw oonventk)nal. Competitive pay. banafka, $1,000 sign-on bonus. Rider Program. Flexible time off. Call Roadrunner Trucking 1-800-8787784. HW267 PftdJ^cT MANASenTrantportatk>n Organizatbn Is accepting resumes for the above posHkm. Will be responsible for the provisnn of publk: transportatkxi senrloes in Eastern Nevada. Qualifications: Thorough knowledge of transit operattona; Effective communktk)n/|publk: ralatk)n skills; skill in budget development/general accounting principles: familiar with state/federal laws, rules and regulatk>ns; BA/BS in Transportatton. Business Administration or related field with graduate course-workinBusiness; 5 years experience in transportation and 2 years supervisory experience. Rural transportatk>n experience is preferred with emphasis on successful coordination and consolidation efforts. Equivalent education may be substHuted for transportation experience. We offer comprehensive benefits arid a competitive salary. To apply submit resume with salary requirements to: Ely Daily Times, Box XX, Ely, NV 89301 C/OCaroL Salary DOE, Ctoses 12/ 5/94. EOE. HW269 HELP WANTED LIGHT DUTY MECHANIC Must hava own toola, tow drivkig exp. helpful. NV. Drivers license. Apply in person. Auto Specialists, 705 Juniper. BC HW BUSY MEDICAL OFFICE, Looking for a detail oriented parson with computer experience. Must hava good communk^tkHt skills & have some experience in medkal insurance billing. Great Benefits & salary to the right person. Please send resume to 1028 Wyoming, Boukler City. NV. 89005. HW HAIR DRESSER WfTH Foltowing, Full or Part time, Call Kim or Chris, 293-3525. BC HW NEW MEXICAN Restaurant and Cantina to open in Boukler City needs cooks, sanrers, bus boys, hostesses, bartenders & bakers. Apply in oeraon at 180 Villa Dr. Boukler City, each day beginning Mon., Nov. 21, 9 am-5 om. BC HW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR PART-TIME GEN. OFFICE POSITION. Must type 50 WPM, M-F, 12:30-5:30, $6.50/hr., vark>us duties, exp. helpful, will train. Apply at Work Cbthes Rental, 568 Parkson Rd.. Hend. No phone calls Diease. HW 275 CARPET CLEANERS Exp. and non-smoker preferred. Must have own transportation. 5646716. HW264 *•••••**•*•*•••**•••••** J SECURITY OFFICERS ^ Needed for grMter Henderson, GV area, FULL ^ ^ T)MEandPARTT1ME,flMiblhoure,honMinakei,^ ^ atudenta encouraged to apply. DOE, muat be able ^ ^ to obtain Sherlfr* card, have dependable .^ ^ transportatton phone. Call ALUED SECURrTY, ^ ^ 34-5774, Monday-Friday, 8:30-4:30 pm, 3355 ^ ^ Spring Mm. Rd., BMg. C, SuHa #256. EOEAI-^ F/H-V. 202 • •*••••••••**•*••••••••*• • • EARN EXTRA MONEY DELIVER TELEPHONE DIRECTORIES Men or women over 18 with Insured vehicles, are needed in Las Vegas, Boulder City, Henderson, Blue Diamond, North Las Vegas & surrounding areas. Delivery starts alx>ut Dec. 19. CALL TOLL FREE 1-800-979-7978 Between 7:30 am & 3 pm Mon.-Fri. Ref. to Job 3019 EOE. Hear Ve Hear Ve Hear Ve Hear Ve ACTIVE SENIORS — STUDENTS THE LIGHTHOUSE INN & RESORT LOCATED AT 110VILLEDR., BOULDER CITY, NV IS SEEKING FULL-TIME & PART-TIME WORKERS AS ROOM ATTENDANTS, MAIDS, FRONT DESK CLERKS CALL 2S3-6444 & TALK TO CARLA, Manager FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, HOURS, APPLICATION HELP WANTED ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ANALYSr SALARY: $40,311.0348,997.67/yaar. REQUIREMENTS: Bachekir's Degree in P ublic administration, uainaaa administratbn, accounting or finance, and three (3) years of experience in economk: devek)pment, grant and redevek>pment projects OR an equivalent combination of closely related training and experience. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Possesson of, or the ability to obtain, an appropriate Nevada's Dnver's License, and maintenance of a satisfactory driving record. WHERE TO APPLY: City applktion form must be submitted to and received by the Personnel Department, Room 200, City Hall, 240 Water Street, Henderson, NV 89015, no later than Tuesday, November 29, 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 empk>yment applicatnn. SUBJECT TO APPROVAL OF CITY COUNCIL ON NOVEMBER 15, 1994. HOURS OF OPERATION: MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY, 7:30 A.M.5:30 P.M. SMOKE FREE WORK ENVIRONMENT AN AFFIRMATIVE ACTION/ EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. HW Callville Bay Resort and Marina located on Lake Mead off of Northshore Rd. Apply at the Administration office Mon. thru Thurs. 8:30 am to 12 pm for Bartender posKion. HW271 POSITK)N AVAILABLE TO TALENTED. RESPONSIBLE, CHILD CARE ATTENDANT, MUST BE HS GRAD/ EQUIV., 17 YRS. OR OLDER. 564-8580. HW 2 SANDWICH MAKER Mature woman Muat hava tranaportatk>n Pk:k up applkatlon 1312 Nevada Hwy. CAPS SANDWICH SHOP 293-7070 CAFE SENSATIONS G.V. Cafe seeking full time expe. pantry cook. Kitchen supervisor position available bring references. Applications accepted In person M W • F, 0 am to 11 am, 2-4 pm, 4350 E. Sunset 110 at Atfilnean. Henderson. HW2S6 ATTENTION REAL ESTATE AGENT 2nd Office Opening Soon In S.E. Only $100 per month fee. You keep 98.6% of your commission. Full Broker Svc.NoNdden costs. Call Patti or Mario for confidential Interview. 647-5909 T&M Group Realty atim ROOMS FOR RENT ROOM FOR RENT INCLUDING ALL UTILITIES AND USE OF HOME NON-DRINKER $250 MO. PLUS $40 NON-REFUNDABLE DEP. CALL 566-6300. BETWEEN 9 AM AND 5 PM. RR282 ROOM FOR RENT IN BC $250 Mo. House privileges. 294-1805. BCRR G.V. ROOM FOR RENT. FULL HOUSE PRIVILEGES $395 MO. UTILITIES INCLUDED 456-5308. RR354 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 Pels. 294-0393. BC. RR Non-Smoking Gentleman, working or retired, must be neait, 564-6477 or565-1600.AskforLois. RR425 SMALL FURN. 1 bdrm. guest house, clean and quiet for steady working person over 45 or samiretired non-drinkers, nonsmoker preferred. Ref. $385 mo. plus dep. 5656310. RR241 HELP V/ANTED FRONT DESK CLERK. Benefits, immediate opening. Apply at Super 8 Motel, 704 Nv. Hwy. BC HW BARTENDERS POSITION Open, Apply at Super 8 Motel 704 Nev. Hwy. BC HW FRONT DESK CLERK Full time, apply in person at Hotel Front desk. Railroad Pass Hotel & Casino, 2800 So. Boukler Hwy. Hend. Nv. HW SUPERCUTS,AGREAT PLACE TO WORK. 2631480. HW370 FRONT DESK CLERK PBX OPERATOR Apply In pereon Gold Striice Inn & Casino us Hwy. 93, BC WANTED, Ught houMl(*pr 2 or 3 days par weak. English not Important Uva In or out, privata room, ML priv., call (or mora Info, k appL 791-5SM APT. RENTALS WEEKLY KITCHENETTES. CALL 565-7929. AR311 FOR RENT: KKchenettes $65 wk. Utilities paid. Shady Rest Motel, 5657688. Hnd. AR310 New 2 bdrm. 2 ba. Apts. Merlayne Villas, 417 Merlayne, $625, 5664190. AR293 FOR RENT 1BDR., APT. FURN, SINGLE ADULT, UTIL. INCL., $475MD., DEP. REQ., NO PETS. 565-0119. AR175 1 BDRM., small $325. (293-2433) Large $425. (293-1665). AR430 Near Sunset and Bidr. Hwy., nee 2 bdrm. 1 ba., NO PETS $465/mo. plus dep. 566-6260. AR225 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 & waterpaki. Pool, covered prk., 2 car, lease $650 mo. 1st & last, $400 deposit. No pets. 293-6335. BC. AR 2 BDRM. PARTIALLY Furn. apt. w/laundiy facilities in B.C. Quiet & Ideal for Senk}rs $475 mo. + Sec. 361-8099. AR 2 BEDROOM, UNFURNISHED, No pets, references, lease. $600 mo. 293-0420. BC AR RENT 2 BDRM. APT. RESIDENTIAL NEIGHBORHOOD $485 MO, PLUS DEP. 564-2325 HELP WANTED VETERINARY ABSIS^ TANT,parttimapoaltlon. duties include raceptk)nist, technteal 4 kennel work. Muat be 18 yrs. or older. 294-0001. BC. HW Tuesday, December 6, 1994 Henderson Home News Page 15 NOW HIRING NEW STORE AT WARM SPRINGS AND EASTERN, DAY SHIFTS AVAILABLE PT7FT. 363-189S, 1131 W. SUNSET, 451-7499. 4450 E. SUNSET NEAR ETHELM CHOCOLATES 458-0093. E.O.E. Wendy's jggQ nil uav*aMMii*aM,aiiii UtW>M,Nm*MIM (702) 382-8911 MAVUmtL 566-7840 Clerical kiduslrial Immedlala Openings Register 8 ajn.-2 p.m. HW270 APT. RENTALS Teddy's Kitchenettes, Just bring your toothbrush. Everything furnished. PH. 293-1716. BC AR NEW KITCHENETTES, phone, satellite, makl service. STARVIEW MOTEL 293-1658. BC AR APARTMENTS AS LOW AS $275 a Month furnished 564-6952 NICE STUDIO Conil)lnation Utchan, Iv. room, badroom. QuM, traa llnad atraal naar downtown. $33(Vino. No pala ptaaaa. Call 435-8446 ,. CORNER COURT APARTMENTS 2 bdrm., 1 ba., near Beak; High, UtOlmo. plus security. Sec. 8 OK. NO PETS 737-9141 421 Apartment tor Rent. 2 bedroom, all electric, $450.00 per montii. Seniors welcomed I Call 565^564. AR338 STUDIO APT. $330 mo. All ulllHiaa Ind. Stova, rafrlgarator, Sanlor CHIzanNoSac.Dap. CALL 435-8446 AR401 HENDERSON PLAZA APARTMENTS 2 txJrm. 11)8., $460/mo. Pool, playground, free cable TV, free iK>t water, Close to sciioois & shopping, small community. 565-7512. aOSatl DESERT GARDENS APT. 2 bdrm., 1 ba., washer hooic-up. Storage. $200 off 565-9051 CASADE ALICIA ANDM&MIIAPT 1307 DARLENE WAY Bouider City (702)293-1615 When you leasa.... Expect it! Featuring 1, 2, & 3 bedrooms, sparlding pools, small quiet communities. Professional & friendly on site managamant Morrell Park Apts. 525 Harris St. Henderson, NV 89015 ,^y^ (702) 565-8080 ^Hk: Now P-Leasing! ^W 1, 2 & 3 bedrooms, across from park, close to schools & shopping. Professional & friendly on site staff. Call todav. 22 ATLANTIC CITY APARTMENTS Clean, Quality 1-2-3 Bedroom Apartmants in Henderson • Central Air & Haat • Appliances • Blinds • Carpeto • Watar Paid • Washar/Diyer Availabia Apartments are $410 & up per month, newly remodeled, apacious near schools, part( & shopping. 565-7028 AR2ft^ CONDO RENTALS 2 BDRM., 2 bath, Evergreen condo. Nice area, fireplace, doublecarport, $600-t-deposit. 294-0184 or 796-0864. BC. CR 1315 DARLENE WAY, 2 Bdrm., 2 bath. Fireplace, W/D hook up, Covered parking, $600 mo. + $600 dep. 293-7154. BC CR LA DOLCE VITA, BC, 2 bd., 1-1/2 bath, 1200 sq. ft., fp, fenced yd., Indry rm., $695 -idep. 3629123. BC CR BLDR.CITY,New2bd., 2 ba., pool/spa, cvrd. parkng. $750 + dep. ref. 2932151/7733.BC. CR 2 bdrm., 2 bath, w/d, dishwasher, Neat $600. .f dep. 1st & last. Morris, BC. 294-2224 or 2936534. CR 2+2 NEW LUXURY CONDO Fantastic view, Jacuzzi t ub, $800 per mo. 293-4484. BC CR BOULDER CITY CONDO, 2story,2bdrm. 2 bath, w/private en closed yard, all appi $775 per mo. + $750 dep Call Mark 293-4418. BC CONDO SALES BY OWNER GREEN VALLEY Condo at Legacy Golf Course. 2 bdrm., 2 bath, tiled f k3ors & upgrade carpeting. One car garage, many upgrades & complex amenities, including appliance package. Approx 1069 Sq. Ft. $91,000. Call 361-7906. CS BOULDER CITY CONDO, 960 Sq. ft.. Ground level, 2 bdrm., 2 bath, & garage, Central located to schools, stores & downtown. Ceiling fans, W/D, fridge included. $88,000. Call evenings 293-3019. BC SPANISH STEPS CONDO,2bdrm.,2bath, $95,000. Call for appt. 293-6800. BC. CS COMMERCIAL RENTALS Warehouse/Office 3500 sq. ft. total will buikf to suit. Immediate availability. References a must. Sunset road frontage. 564-4100. CO 192 BRAND NEWI C2 offce space, 2000 + sq. ft., $1500/mo. Call 2941080. BC CO OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT, 500 sq. ft.. Prime Boulder City location, 294-0225. BC CO RETAIL SPACE Boulder Hwy. Frontage, in Village Square, 1308 Nv. Hwy. BC $450 per mo. 293-2020. CO OFFICE OR STORE, 1319 B, Nevada Hwy., 15x25.1/2 ba., heat, a/c, $235/mo., off street pkng., 293-3646. BC. COMMERCIAL LOTS FOR RENT, Trailer, Storage shed, and block walled, 61 x95 ft. HD. 5658105. C044n STORAGE FOR RENT All Sizae—Fenced Reeidant Manager Near Sunset Mountain ViaU 458-3990 VON'S PLAZA! 800 sq. ft. Available Neal Sinlakin Licensed Real Estate Broker 294-1444 Principals Please 4 p.m. Friday for Tuesday issue, Noon Tuesday for Panorama"' 4 Lines'£',1 CO.'^MERCIAL LEASE I COMMERCIAL LEASE ********************** I RETAIL/OFFICE SPACE J 2200 Sq. ft. Available. Can be divided. Terms negotiable. Call B C Adobe Realty 293-1707 ********************** COMMERCIAL SALES ^oe o SO. F T. Industrial/ rSSHWSSSi^hBC on 1 acre, w/addnional 1750 sq. ft. 3 bdrm. apt. over offices. Offered by Banner Realty, Gary Fisher, 293-5599. BC. CS HOUSE RENTALS NEARCOEURD'ALENE, Idaho, 1200 so. 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. BC. HR 1 BDRM. GUEST HOUSE w/carport, cable & water incl. $450 mo.^ 294-4284 or 293-1580 or 294-4385. BC HR 3 BDRMS. + Bonus rm. in garage, nice area, $950 mo. 294-4282 or 293-1580 or 294-4385. BC HR FOR RENT IN BC 2 bdrm., 1 bath, older home, firepL, dining rm., no pets, must have references 293-4384. BC HR 3 BDRM. 1 BA HOUSE, HAS CARPORT WITH LOCKING SHED. FIRST, LAST AND DEP. $750 MO. 381-8362 OR 566-5069. HR399 BC HOUSE, 2 bdrm., 1 bath,central A/C & heat. Quiet, laundry rm., 1 yr. lease, $695 mo. 2941444. Owner/Broker, BC. HR 3 BDRM., 1 1/2 BA., with large family room and storaige, corner lot, central air and heat. No pets. $750 per mo. plus dep. Call Al, Jensen's Realty 564-3333. HR 428 BOULDER CITY House, 2 bdrm., 1 bath, laundry rm., 1 yr. leave. 1612 Arizona St. No Pets. Call 294-0929. BC. HR 2 BDRM., 1 full bath, fridge & stove. NO Pets, 1yr. lease $425 mo. Jodi. 293-6375. BC. HR BC-Desert Landscape, 3 bdrm., 2 1/2 bath, pool, rec. rm. w/yr. round spa, new appl., garage, extra private,covered parking. $1350 per mo. -tdep. 293-0359. BC. HR DUPLEX FOR RENT 1 bdrm., 1 ba., $475 mo. includes utilities, deposits, req. No Pets, 5658296. HR447 Lerge living room w fireplece, dining room, 2 bdrms., close to Oorden McCew Elemenlary, quiet cul-de-Mc, rent ftM mo. dep. retundeble, cell 4354446. HBzaz 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 Work!, 593-7704 L0253 1 ACRE Higher Missbn Lot, ready to buikf, 832 Santa Helena, $100,000. 564-5026. LO MOBILE HOMES Lake Mountain Estates, Drastically reduced, fabuk>us home with lake view, numerous amenities. Boulder Dam Realty. Call Pat, 293-4663. MH PAYMENTS UNDER $512/mo. with space. 3 bdrm., 2 ba., ail appliances, nee family parK in Henderson. Total prce $17,000. Co-op 5953279. BC. MH 2 bdrm., 1 ba.. Mobile Home, $600/mo., Iv. mesg. 564-5471.. MH224 MORTGAGES WANTED CASH NOW For Mortgages, trust deeds. Land Contracts. Sold Property? Receiving Payments? We'll get you the cash you need now! Any Size! Fast Service! 1800-222-5199. MW437 WE BUY MORTGAGES and Trust Deeds. Dkf you sell property? Receiving payments? Why wait! Fast. CASH NOW! Any size—NationwkJe. Great prices. Call 1-800-659CASH(2274). MW438 REAL ESTATE WANTTOKNOWWHAT YOUR PROPERTY IS WORTH? Free market analysis. Call Roger 2932939 Realtor, Coldwell Banker/Anchor Realty. RE LOW PRICE $82,900. Mobile home & lot/ Coronado Estates. 2934578. BC RE 4 bdrm., 2 bath, large country kitchen, huge 68 X 170 tot, quiet cul-desac street. Home warranty included. Please call 293-7197. BC RE 3 BED, 1 BTH 70x100 LOT. ^^SUj^ 70x100 LOT. ^W/&, APPUANCE8 ** • *' 8TAYRV/ BOAT PARKMO, FRESH INTERIOR PAINT, COVERED PATIO. ALL FOR tll.500. CALL RE/MAX EAGLE'S VIEW AND ASK FOR DAVE MM700 gOI-OO. REAL ESTATE BC Large Nearly New Home on 1/2 Acre View Lot. Room for RV's etc. Bret. 294-8482, Desert Sun Realty. BC RE HENDERSON, BY OWNER, NICE VERY CLEAN, FRESHLY PAINTED, INSIDE AND OUT, 2 BDRM., 1.5 BA, 1250 SQ. FT., AUTO. SPRINKLER, LG. FENCED YARD, MATURE FRUIT TREES, NEAR SCHOOLS AND PARKS. $95,000, 419 SCENIC DR., CALL5642680 OR 361-5039 FOR APPOINTMENT. RE 121 3 BDRM., 1-3/4 bath, 1374 sq. ft., fireplace, 2 car garage, large covered patk), RV gated parking, landscaped, veiv clean, in Del Prado Estates. 293-5461. BC RE 3 BDRM., 2 BA., FAM. ROOM, 2 FRPLCS., ENCL. NEVADA ROOM WITH SPA, ON 1/2 ACRE FENCED. ASKING $165,000.564-6754 OR 595-5242. RE304 ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS Regatta Point, 2 bdrm. + den, 2 bath, Berber & marble thrauahout. $199,900. Boulder Dam Realty, 293-4663. BC RE "CITY VIEW; NEAR LAKE MEAD" 3000 S.F. WELL BUILT AND ON .85 ACRE. ZONED FOR HORSES. RELAX ON THE BALCONY WHILE ENJOYING THE SUPERB VIEW OF CITY. HURRY! JUDY SCOTT 376-5762. CENTURY21 MONEYWORLD. RE307 "EXECUTIVE CUSTOM." ZONED FOR HORSES. ITY VIEW AND NEAR LAKE MEAD. RELAX IN LED FAMILY ROOM THEN ENJOY HUGE .75 ACRE LOT. HURRY! JUDY SCOTT, 376-5762 CENTURY 21 MONEYWORLD. REAL ESTATE GATED LAS VEQAS RETIREMENT COMMUNITY FOR SENIORS 55 AND OVER. Beautiful one story home with formal dining room, formal living room, large family room, 2 fireplaces, kitchen nook, covered pato, 2 car garage and on a corner tot too. Close to the clubhouse with pool, spa and other senior activities. Best of all its tocated in the Heart of Spring Valley and just 10 minutes to the strip. To see this great home call Danny at Res: 873-2443 or Mobile 376-5712. RE GOT A CAMPGROUND MEMBERSHIP OR TIMESHARE? WE'LL TAKE IT. AMERICA'S MOST SUCCESSFUL RESORT RESALE CLEARINGHOUSE. CALLRESORT SALES INFORMATION TOLL FREE HOTLINE: 1-800423-5967. RE318 SEC. 19,3 BDRM. 2 BA., 1635 SQ. FT. 6 yr. oW Home, oversized 2 car garage, ceramic and marble floors, sun screens, covered patto 1/2 acre with fantastk: valley view by owner $137,900, 564-4418. RE356 RIVER LANDING 4 BR. two story. Great yard with a spa too! $119,900. Fred & Eilie Knapp 5664500. PRICE REDUCED TOTALLY UPGRADED. 3 BDRM. Lewis Home, Only $139,500 Boulder Dam Realty 293-4663 MISSION HILLS 2800 sq. ft., 1 ACRE LOT Plenty of room for Icids, RV, horses. $158,900. Fred & Eilie Knapp 5664500. Invest a TEW HOURS IM YOUR CAREER Discover what a career In real estate sales with a mem ber of the CCnrURY 21 System can ofTer you. Join us at a career Inromratkin seminar. Call today to reserve your place. It could t>e the Investment oT a Ufetlme. Date: December 1. 1994 Time: 7:00 p.m. Race: CENTURY 21 JR Realty 101 C Horizon JR Realty 101 E. Horizon Henderson, ttV ,. 9015 564-5142 •1904 C*ntury 21 Real Ealala Corporation aas trustee for ttie NAF. (ftar>d TM tradertwrks ot Century 21 RdEttal> Cofporiltan. Equif OpportjnHy Employer EACH OFFICE IS INDEPENDENTLY OWNED AND OPERATED RE3; Henderson Realty, Inc. 'The Property People" 18 Water Street 564-2515 Call now for new home Information! JUST USTED 445 Wheaton Ct 34 Legacy (G.V.) CUSTOM-HENDERSON 2100Thoroughbr*d 210 Deeert Roae 141 W. KImberly 842 Park Lane 406 Kiel 270 W. Fairway 1217 Equaatrlan SUMMERFIELD 1440Cha8tnut 527 Innaaa 1635 Keena DRASTICALLY REDUCED 2242 Windaor CONDOSffOWNHQMES llSVanWaganen 550 KrlaUn Une 55 KrlaUn Lane 4006 Qroamara 2SS E. Van Waganan 226 Garflald UNDER SI 00.000 10 Lowery 472 National 414 Bell 221 Fullerton 236Meyera 314 Watar 406 Bottlebruah LAND A COMMERCIAL CAUCQ AREA 1173 Calico Ridge 1021 Geranium 1132 Broltan HIlia 1035 Golda Way 621 Sandapringa t100.000-t140,000 136 Sterling 714 Sklpjacli 570 Junabug 1433 Garden Gate 733 Strawberry 416 La Jolla 1661 Equeatrian INVESTMEMT 801 Palo Verde Dr. 334 Tungaten 117 Adandc LAS VEGAS 5375 Chaatnut 4035 Autumn 5375 Chaatnut MANUFACTURED UQllES 440 Watarapout, Searchlight, NV 2.67 Acrea, Logandaia 0.6 Acre, Searchlight 0.5 A 1 Acre Near Hand. 7 E. Laka Mead Dr. Motel-Searchlight 1.21 Acrea, Commerciel Lot—Eaatarn A Lake Mead OigK CaMwir 21 naal Eale Corporation u tnnOe tor tie NAF e and lr a V fS^ EACH OFFICE IS ^^ tmSki tNOEPENOENTVt OWNED 1 — 1 Om)1IY ANOOPEHATED. M REAL ESTATE 701 8th ST. HOME For sale by owner. 5 bdrm., 4 ba., garage with workshop area, den. A must see. Will consider any reasonable offer. For appt. call 293-5790. BC. RE FORSALEBYOWNERNewly remodeled inside and out. New a/c, new heat, balanced power, 3 bdrm., 2 ba., laundry room, 2 car garage* ner schools. 433-4105. BC. RE KEY LARGO, Lake view, 3 bdrm., 2 bath, $182,000. Leave message for appt. 293-7972. BY OWNER River Landing 2 bdrm., 2 1/2 ba., with loft, 2 car garage with built in storage and shed, fully landscaped with gates. $115,000. 565-2697. RE212 ASSUI^/NO QUAL.: Great investment renter prefers to stay-positive cash flow. Call Elaine 592-2046 Century 21 Henderson. RE260 Great Buy lots of sq. footage-Good area 3 br/ 2ba/fam. rm.corner lot only $89,900. Call Elaine 592-2046 Century 21 Henderson. RE261 BEAUTIFUL FAMILY HOME. 1645 S.F., 3 BDRK^., 1-3/4 BA., 3 CAR, UPGRADES, SPA GAZEBO, SAT. DISH. $133,000 OBO, FLEX FINAN., 4569487. RE GORGEOUS 2 Stoiy w/ pool. 905 El Camino way, 2147 sq. ft., 2 master suites + 2 bedrms., formal living, dining, family rm., many uparades. A must see. Near golf course, schools, shopping, hospital. Call Sandra Duebler Century 21 Action Network 2713277. BC. RE RECENTLY renovated 2 story Lewis Home, 2158 sq.ft.,4bdrm.,21/2bath, pool, ready for new owners. $197,500. Call 293-0967 & leave message. BC. RE BOULDER CITY-JUST LISTED. Sharp home on the GOLF COURSE with endless MOUNTAIN VIEWS and unforgettable sunsets is what you will enjoy in this great Lewis Built home. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, 3 car garage, bay windows, fireplace, tile roof, RV parKing and much more. Priced for quick sale at $263,000. Call Danny at 376-5712 (Mobile phone). BC. RE • CUTE B.C. HOME-$96,000' 2 Br., Lg. LR, liiepl., step sav. kitch Iridge-slDve, din. rm, roofed patio, enclosed garden, Irull trees, grape arbor, fenced bkyd, olfstieel parkg. Naw root, carpet, gas furn, cooling, hot water heater, insulatkin ++ Mutt see/ Call |S02) 476-2SSS RE?M LOWEST PRICED 3 BED, 2 BTH. Great Starter Home In Black Mtn. Area, 1100 SF with F/P. $85,900. CALL Re MAX EAGLE'S VIEW AND ASK FOR DAVE 566-6700 E.O.I.0.0.4,2 TOWNHOUSE 3 BR, ASSUME/ NO QUAL. & owe $49,900. What a deal! Fred & Eilie Knapp 566-4500. REAL ESTATE BC NICE 3 Bed./2 Bath Lewis Home $139,500. BRET 294-8482, Desert Sun Realty. BC RE BC 3 Bdrm. Lewis Home, Great Location. BRET 294-8482. Desert Sun ReaHy. BC RE 3BR.,2BA.,Fam.rm.w/ fireplace, formal dining & living rm. 1,725 sq. ft., 4 yrs. okj, private quiet st. xtra off-st. pkg. Owner 294-4444atter4:30 or Iv. msg. RE BC BEAUTIFUL Home In Lakeview area with pool. Ouiet kx:atk>n. Bret 294-8282 $229,000. Desert Sun Realty BC RE INTERIOR DESIGN SHOW PLACE. Enjoy the comfort of this gorgeous 2 bdrm. w/den, Silver Crest Mfr. Home. All in the freshest cobrs & styles. Call Luke Prudential Jensen. 2933355. BC YOU CAN OWN your own home! No down payment on materials. AsK about our limited time offer. Call Miles Homes today, 1-800-343-2884 ext. 2101. RE162 YOUNG COUPLE-RETIREE, YOUR SEARCH IS OVER, 3 BDRf^., 2 BA. HOI^E, GREAT CONDITION, GREAT LOCATION, DESERT LANDSCAPING AND BEAUTIFUL POOL. CALL JUDY 898-8000. RE392 EXCELLENT BUY AT $129,900, 4 BDRM., 2 BA., LARGE LOT, INGROUND POOL, PATIO W/MIST SYS., RESIDENT DESERT TORTOISE & HABITAT, CALL JUDY AT 8988000. RE393 GREEN VALLEY CHARMER 135 SF 2 BED, 2 BTH, All Appllancaa Slay, Sailing Undar Market Valua, Move In Nowl $100,000. CALL RE/MAX EAGLE'S VIEW AND ASK FOR DAVE 566-6700 E.O.I.O.O. 414 REAL ESTATE FANTASTIC COUNTRY DOLL House. From the \acy curtains to the new carpet, to the country kitcnen with a new garden windowoverthennk. All appliances even a mcrowave. 1 car garage, with X-X storage & morelll Fantastc price. 612 Ave F. Century 21 Action Network, Sandra 271-3277. BC. RE NO MONEY DOWN New program. If you are working or retired you may qualify to purchase a home with no money down. Call me today to find out. George 3715375. RE 1501 MARITA DR. 2520 Sq. ft., 4 bdrm. huge kKchen & Family rm., Beautiful redwooo deck, panoramk; views of Oasis Park, Pool/spa, many more upgrades. You have got to see this home. Assumable with qualifying. OWC 2nd. with $30,000 down. Great terms, great house. Sandra Duebler, Century 21 Action frJetwork, 2713277. BC RE CUSTOM BUILT HOME on large lot, close to schools, on quiet cul-desac. Vaulted ceilings throughout, fireplace, 3 bdrm., 2 bath, 2-1/2 car arage, much more. 198,000.293-1696. BC FOR SALE, 4 BDRM. HOME, 2 CAR GAR., ON 1/3 ACRE. FANTASTIC PRICE, 565-8829 RE22 TOWNSITE Cute, clean, 2 BR. Central air & heat, RV access $66,900. Fred & Eilie Knapp 5664500. BOULDER CITY COTTAGE Corner of Ave L & Wyomlng-2 bdrm., Ige. living rm., cozy fireplace, roofed patio, garden, fruit ireee, grape art>or, fenced back yard & room for expansion, alove, fridge, new roof, new carpet, gaa furnace, cooking & morel! Muat aeel! Only $95,900. Call Now 564-4000 Globe Real Eatate. • klckifklckidddflckifklcklcklfklckt FOR LEASE/SAL^ -^-^i, Beautiful custom home, 3 bdrm., 21/2 baths, open floor plan, swim spa and more, ^ fabulous views. ^ i, Call BC Mobe Realty 293-1707 OWNER MUST SELL THIS DOLL HOUSE FIT FOR A QUEEN. IMMACULATE GREEN VALLEY HOME WITH UPGRADESGALORE! CULDE SAC LOCATION. 1135 SQ. FT. WITH 2 lARGE MASTER SIZE BEDROOMS, 2FULL BA THS, FABULOUS FIREPLACE IN LIVING ROOM, GREAT KITCHEN WITH EAT-IN NOOK, INSIDE LA UNDRYAREA, COVERED PA TIOAND 2 CAR GARAGE... COMMUNITY POOLS ASKING $99,999 CALL ROBIN @ 496-5125 RANCHO VISTA REALTY RE262 Vat'Vj'm Bible Really 1520 Nevada Highway Boulder City, Nevada 89005 DARWIN BIBLE • Raal Eatat* Broker • (702) 294-1144 DARWIN'S AUCTIONS • NAA • (702) 293-38S6 CELLULAR (702) 596-3996 • FAX (702) 293-7896 BOULDER CITY "SLEEPER" Two lot* (tha alza of four Iota) (or Ih* prica ol one. Ovar S300. fool ol unobalructad vlaw of Laka Maid from tfili hlllild* lot. Mott aHa work la complatad. Thia la Ih* bail buy In Ih* ar*a. It you ara ready lo build tha horn* of your dr*am* or |u*t looking for an axc*ll*nt lnv*>tm*nt.L*tua*howyouthl*out*tandlngl)uy. Llatadat only $149,900. Darwin BIbIa Realty, 294-1144. NEED 4 BDRMS., LARGE YARD & RV PARKING? We've got Itl Ovar 2200 aq. ft, Separate tatnily A Hving room*, 2 car garage. Heated epa/pool (193,500 LOOKING FOR OLD WORLD CHARM? Thia cuatom haa over (40,000 in upgradeal Tile floor*, new carpet, new Idtchen, new baths. Walk to town (142,000 THE NEIGHBORS WILL MISS the eeller of thie IMMACULATE 3 bdrm. 1565 sq. ft home. RV pad atorage ahed w/electric. Parquet floora, Pool (162,500 RELAX A ENJOY THE LAKE VIEWI Two bdrm., two bath home in Adult community. 12x24 workshop extra storage. Easy-care yard w/fruit tree* (142,500 UKE TO ENTERTAIN? This home is for you! Separate living & family rms., 2 fireplace*, gourmet kitchen, 4 bdrm*., 3-3/4 ba. RV parking (445,000 CANT WAIT TO DECORATI garage that await* your tali utl f 3 bdrm., 1-3/4 ba home w/2 car leaping. (125,000 JUST STARTING OUT OR RETIRING? La Dolce Vita townhou*** have private yarde, 2 bdrm., 1-1/2 bath, fireplace, inaide laundry A atorage ( 89,000 ARE YOU LOOKING FOR THIS HOME? Unique d**ign affords 360* vimv in Laka areal 3 bdrme., 2-3/4 ba., 2 car garage, RV parking, HUGE deck (250,000 TIRED OF YARD WORK? Throw away the mower A move right Into thi* 2 bdrm., 2 ba. home with PANORAMIC lake view. Quiet, adult community. (142,000 WHAT DOES (119,500 BUY? Either of the** 3 bdrm. town*it* homesi Close to schools A shopping. Both have separate master suitee with bath. FREE LIST OF ALL AVAILABLE PROPERTIES 1664 Nevada Hwy. Boulder City, NV 89005 293-4663 Fax: 702-293-4645 Toll free: 800-228-8358 EHan Lamb Stromitatg, Broker ARar hour* call: Ml • tMlik>-_2*4-174* _M-7tM ..2**-47a7 Mr .M*-ta*7 sai .2*-iaa MS-1*11 1 REAL ESTATE 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 HERE IS YOUR DEAL Year old home, 3 BED,2BTR 1341 SF with F/P, All Appllancaa Stay, RV Parking. Loweal Down Pymt. In Highland Hllla. CALL RE/MAX EAGLE'S VIEW AND ASK FOR DAVE S664700. E.O.I.O.O. 413 REAL ESTATE BC RENOVATED 2 Bed./ 2 bath home. New central heat & air. Spacious master bedroom. Only $98,500. Call BRET2948482 Desert Sun Realty. US HOMES FINEST-3 BR. single story. This home is a winnerl $106,500. Fred & Eilie Knapp 5664500. Buying? Selling? Relocating? Insist on Henderson's Finest p^,^. SANDRA H088ER Pagi: ttimitl Seller sitting on a suitcase. Fully assumable low down, low payments, little price. 2 bdrm., 2 ba., great neighborhood Seller bought another. Call SandraorEbwra at Century 21 Henderson Realty, IB Water SL ELNORA OnluQ^ 29 OJ fc Henderson Realty 18 Water St 16* DESERT ^ SUN REALTY .CALL 24 HRS. FULUTIME (7021 293-2151 FULLERVICE SINCE 197S 1000 NV Hy. >101. Boulder City QUIET & PRIVATE: Boulder Square 2bdrm., $72,500, see today. LAKE MEAD: 1600 s.f. townhome, a | best buy at $129,900. I CUSTOM OPPORTUNITY: unique 1acre panoramic Lake Mead lot, I may subdivide for development, | more land available, $543,000. FIXER: below appraisal now at| $89,900, near Lake Mead. I $158,000; upgraded 3-bdrm. Lewis, | near B.C. schools, corner lot POOL/SPA: delightful custom near I Lake Mead, $229,000. RENTALS: available now, from $600/1 mo. HORSES: country estate on 1/2 acre, I hilltop, $325,000. JR REALTY liia mmosHm fmnssiomS'-^' SNOWBIRDS Here la your opportunity to own your own ground floor 1 bedroom condo year round Owner will carry with small down payment Don't miss thlsl! WOODRIDGE HOME boasts of: convenient location, close to shopping and public transportation. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, tile roof, desert landscaping and full block wall, on secluded cul-de-sac. MISSION HILLS featuring a master suite with "His" and "Hers" 3/4 baths, plus large separate wall(-in closets. Large bay window overlooks backyard patio and pool. Many more upgrades. CHEAP...CHEAP...CHEAP 2 bedroom tocated on a quiet cul-de-sac, large fenced lot w/front gate and alley access, R V parking, shade trees, nice downtown location, needs some TLC $59,300. SECTION 4 • Beautiful custom home Top quality 3 or 4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths. Over 3000 sq. ft. of living space. Central vacuum, familyroom, RV parking, 3 patios must see to appreciate. NO FEES WITH THIS MOBILE HOME you own your own lot. 2 bedroom, 2 baths, great area. All appliances included and room for your RV. OWNER ANXIOUS 4 bedroom, loft, llvingroom with cozy fireplace, separate familyroom, pool sized backyard. Only 4 years oklll NEW SEMI-CUSTOM home* on oversized cul-de-sac lots. 3 f k>or plans to choose from. 1400 to 1800 sq. ft, many upgrades included. Ck>ee to all conveniences Starting In low $100s. 101E. Horizon, Henderson IsJ 564-5142 EQUAL HOUSING *^\^^ %r ff T^^ OFTORTUNrrY eand'*' ttadniuAiifCrauiYZIRralEMakCorpanlloa Eciatl Hoaiiii OfporUolqr EACHOFFKE INDereNDENTLY OWNED AND ORKATH)

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Pag* 14 HwKtoraon Horn* Nws Tuesday, December 6, 1994 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES NOTICE TO READERS: The HBC Publlcatjont doi rxrt vouch for th lgltimacy of itomt, jobs, or mofMy-makingopportuniliM advrtitd in this classification. Wa suggaat you carefully evaluala such olfars and not sand ownay to thaaa advsrtisars unlaas you ara cartain you know with wtwm you ara daaling and you know all tarms and conditions of tha offer. BO SUNQUEST WOLFF TANNING BEDS, Naw Commardal-Homa Units from $199.00. LampsLotions-Accassorias. Monthly paymanta tow as $18.00. Call Today FREE NEW COLOR Catatojj. 1-800-462-9197. BO 61 Cleaning Franchise BUILD A FAMILY BUSINESS. Let the ServiceMaster family helpyour family start your own residential or commercial cleaning franchise for as little as $5955 down. Fortune service 500 company offering uniqua training and marketing support. Financing available. Call for a free brochure: 1-800-2302360. B0396 CAPITAL AVAILABLE FOR BUSINESS. Commercial and Venture Capital $25,000 Up. CALL 1-310-550-7142. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES i)AD CREDIT? NO PROBLEMI Create naw cradit file wKhln 24 hrs. legally guarantaad. 1600-513-4224. B0133 CLEANING FRANCHISE, WE INVEST IN YOU I Service Master Targets BoukJar City. Ona company balievas that hard woik ahouk) pay off. That's why, when you invest in a Sarvica Mastar franchise, we invest in you. We're the nations' largest professional daaning company. And wa provide the best training, the bast equipment and tha very bast support, including natkinal advertising. Get started wHii as little as about $8000 down plus working capitai. Financing available. For free information, call 1-800230-2360. BO CAPITAL AVAILABLE FOR BUSINESS. Commercial and Venture Capital $25,000 Up. CALL 1-310-550-7142. B0436 20 YEARS OF BUSINESS SUCCESS! I've made over $200,000 each year! I've been stupki for >20 years! Call 1-702-731-1438 Ext. 1088.24 Hour Recorded Message. B0436 Doxed Ads >7 per column Inch per weel< DOMESTIC HELP 11 DOMESTIC HELP HIS HAND EXTENDED DAY CARE. 2 Christian Women wi!! care for your children in their home, Mon.-Fri., 6 am-6 pm. Ages 2 to 5. Will have preschool activities, $65 a chiU.Cai! 566-5068 for more information. Licensed. DH284 NEED AN EARLY AM Babysitter? I will give your chikJren T.L.C. in my home in the early A.M. 12 noon. Call 293-5486. BC. DH PROFESSIONAL Ironing & sewing. Free pick up & delivery for BoukJer City residents. 293-4200. BC DH TAMMY'S CLEANING Servce, honest, reliable. Also errand service. Licensed & Bonded. Please Call 293-4341. RESERVE YOUR CHILDS Place for New Years Eve. While you are ringing in the new year. Your kids will be snug & safe. Snack & entertainment provided. Reservattons accepted now thru Dec. 16. 293-5003. BC DH AHENTION PARENTS, Do your Christmas shopping without the kids. Reserve yourchiids place nowthru Dec. 23rd. M-F, 6pm-11 pm. Snacks orovkied. 293-5003. BC TWO MOTHERS WILLING TO BABYSIT MONFRI7AWTIL6PM$55 PER CHILD, CLAUDIA ROMO 564-8223. KRISTA DESILVA 5669771. DH391 HOUSEWORK, will clean your house, kical ref. and trans, dependable. 433-7609. DH405 NEED A RELIABLE MOTHER TO CARE FOR YOUR KIDS? Any hours/age, in my home. Call Maria 566-0045. Reas. Rates. DH445 HELP WANTED NEEDED, BABYSITTER for 4 yr. oki boy in vicinity of Hindman School. 5664016. Leave Msg. HOUSEHOLD CLEANERS, days, M-F, nc, weekend or holidays,vacatton, skdt and holiday pay. GRIMEBUSTERS 798-1002. HW285 MOTEL MAID experienca helpful. Immediate opening, apply in person, also laundry person PT. Best Western Motel, 85 W.Lirite Mead Dr., Hand. HW416^ (AEEKENb BAATtNbER 565-9959. HW FORMER PRE School teacher has chiM care openings, have sheriffs & health card, excellent references. 293-1702. KIDS KLUBI is accepting enrollment before and after school for elementary age chikiren. Transportation to and from school, nutritk>us snacks, recreation program. Phone 293-7773. DH 2 RELIABLE MOTHERS WILL CARE FOR YOUR CHILDREN IN OUR HEND. HOME MON.FRI., FULL TIME OPENINGS AVAILABLE 566-4746. DH 278 BABYSITTER WITH 11 YRS.EXP. WITH LOCAL REF. WOULD LIKE TO BABYSIT FOR YOU FROM 7 AM TO 3 PM, MEALS INCLUDED AGES INFANT TO 5 YRS. OLD, CALL 5661402 ANYTIME. DH290 WILL do babysitting in my home GV area. 4335974. DH345 IRONING TO PERFECTION .80 a Piece CALL THELMA 565-1507 DH242 NO TIME TO CLEAN? CALLJUNES CLEANING SERVICE 564-SC69FREEIN HOME ESTIMATES REF. AVAIUBLE. Chriatlan Family looking for domaatk: help, N/S, must k>ve children, ba neat, claan and tkiy. M-F, aoma Sat., Sun. Call 456-3831 Ratlrae/Sr. welcome. -^,,, DH333 HELP WANTED Hair Station for rent, small, clean, full service salon. Call Lynette, 293-7427 Leave mee-sage Teiff Reewe a^v Tew HMwvei AVON (TODISMITD Call Today! SECURITY OFFICERS WEUS FARGO GUARD SERVICE. EMPLOYMENT OPENINGS IN HEND./Q.V. AREAS. WE OFFER FLEXIBLE WORK HOURS, UNIFORMS PROVIDED, PAYED VACATIONS ANDOTHER BENEFITS. APPLY Monday-Frkiay. 0 am to 3:30 pm, 3305 W. Spring Mountain, fee, Equal Opporluni^ Employer. i HELP WANTED HBC Publications is accepting resumes for the position of display salesperson for the Henderson Home News and Boulder City News. Newspaper sales experience helpful but not necessary. Applicants must have sales bacltground. Salary, commission and benefits. E.O.E. Send resumes to: HBC Publications, inc., c/o Hunwn Ftosoureas aCommercs Henderaon. NV. 89014 Pl9a90 No phon0 calls HELP WANTED HOME TYPISTS, PC utare needed. $35,000 potential. Detaila call (1) 805-962-8000. EXT. B5695. HW281 ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR Cage Caahiars, apply In parson, 7 daya a week. Gold Strike Inn, US93,BC HW PAftT TiMe JANlf6H/ STORE CLERK NEEDED apply in person at Opportunity Village, 12 WPactfic,Mon. thru Sat. between 10am&4p(n. HW300 EXPERilRcEOIiHr curist wanted. Brand new station available for rent. Great shop, benefits. Hot Tips, 1000 Nev. Hvy. #205. BC. HW GOVERNMENT JOBS. Currently hiring. $23/hr., plus benelKs. To apply call 1-219-755-0033 Ext. P444. HW441 DELIVERY DRIVER NEEDED. Make up to $10 per hour. Apply in person, 87 E. Lake mead Dr. HW442 $AnENTION$ Looking for a change? Full/Parttime, no exp. necessary, callfor appointment, Jam! or Ruth 293-6144. NEEDED: Reliable men & women for janitorial positions at Prestigious Chocolate Factory in Henderson. Commercial cleaning exp. a plus. Also need person with fkx)r 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. HW219 HELP WANTED NEEDED: Reliable women & man for Janitorial positiorts at Prestigious Chooolata Factory In Henderson. Commercial cleaning Exp. a plua, but not necessary. Full and Part-time positkms available on Swing shifta and Weekend Days. Apply at 4055 Spencer, Suite124LVNVorCall 369-4549 ALWAYS CLEANING SERVICES. Part time/Full time, ianitorial help, will train, 5654750. HW361 NEEDED RELIABLE FULL TIME COUNTER PERSON/SEAMSTRESS. APPLY IN PERSON AT 8160 S. EASTERN, SUITE 1. 263-9211. HW378 FOOD SERVER, New Gourmet Coffee House, /^iy in person. Super 8 HW 704 Nv. Hwy. BC NEEDED: 93 people to tose weight NOW. 100% natural, 100% guarantee. Dr. recommended. Call 218-327-4925. HW431 BOULDER CITY COMPUTER CO. kwking for phone sales person & customer service representative. Heavyphones, knowledge of IBM computer & memory products nelpful. No cokj calling. Non-smoker, full time, $5.75 per hr. Boukler City reskient preferred. Applktk>ns being accepted at 684 Wells Rd., BC or call 294-0204. BC. HW DRIVER NEEDED To work every other week in Boukler City. Must have an excellent driving record and be agile and courteous. Strong concerns for safety are a must. Call 293-551 Ofrom 8:00-3:00 MON.-Fri. BC NEED Someone to rake leaves. Call Mrs. Ward 294-3880. HW EXPERIENCED RANCH FOREMAN for working cow-caH operatnn. Herd management, alfalfa production, Ikxxf iaigation, ground preparation, ranch management. Benefits, profK sharing. Equal Opportunity Employer. 702-629-2000. HVy^98 DRIVERS: 3 TOP OPPORTUNITIES! North American Van Lines has owner-operator openings in Relocatnn Services, High Value Products and Blanketwrap divisions. Tuition-free training for inexperienced drivers, outstanding tractor purchase plan available. Ask about our RSD Performance CompensationEarn up to 6% over already top compensation I 1-800-348-2147, Dept. FH-8. HW395 WIRE INSTALLATION Train to install wire and cable systems. Earn over $770 per mo. to start, plus food, kxiging and medi-' cal.Call566-6254ARMY BE ALL YOU CAN BE*. RESUMES CompoMMl, Edited, Typad-f Ml t Accurst* BEE'S BUSINESS SVC. "DAILY e-6 Sat. 10-4" 1400 Colorido, fC B.C. 293-5361 HELP WANTED DRIVERS: FLATBED48 atataOTR. Aasigned naw oonventk)nal. Competitive pay. banafka, $1,000 sign-on bonus. Rider Program. Flexible time off. Call Roadrunner Trucking 1-800-8787784. HW267 PftdJ^cT MANASenTrantportatk>n Organizatbn Is accepting resumes for the above posHkm. Will be responsible for the provisnn of publk: transportatkxi senrloes in Eastern Nevada. Qualifications: Thorough knowledge of transit operattona; Effective communktk)n/|publk: ralatk)n skills; skill in budget development/general accounting principles: familiar with state/federal laws, rules and regulatk>ns; BA/BS in Transportatton. Business Administration or related field with graduate course-workinBusiness; 5 years experience in transportation and 2 years supervisory experience. Rural transportatk>n experience is preferred with emphasis on successful coordination and consolidation efforts. Equivalent education may be substHuted for transportation experience. We offer comprehensive benefits arid a competitive salary. To apply submit resume with salary requirements to: Ely Daily Times, Box XX, Ely, NV 89301 C/OCaroL Salary DOE, Ctoses 12/ 5/94. EOE. HW269 HELP WANTED LIGHT DUTY MECHANIC Must hava own toola, tow drivkig exp. helpful. NV. Drivers license. Apply in person. Auto Specialists, 705 Juniper. BC HW BUSY MEDICAL OFFICE, Looking for a detail oriented parson with computer experience. Must hava good communk^tkHt skills & have some experience in medkal insurance billing. Great Benefits & salary to the right person. Please send resume to 1028 Wyoming, Boukler City. NV. 89005. HW HAIR DRESSER WfTH Foltowing, Full or Part time, Call Kim or Chris, 293-3525. BC HW NEW MEXICAN Restaurant and Cantina to open in Boukler City needs cooks, sanrers, bus boys, hostesses, bartenders & bakers. Apply in oeraon at 180 Villa Dr. Boukler City, each day beginning Mon., Nov. 21, 9 am-5 om. BC HW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR PART-TIME GEN. OFFICE POSITION. Must type 50 WPM, M-F, 12:30-5:30, $6.50/hr., vark>us duties, exp. helpful, will train. Apply at Work Cbthes Rental, 568 Parkson Rd.. Hend. No phone calls Diease. HW 275 CARPET CLEANERS Exp. and non-smoker preferred. Must have own transportation. 5646716. HW264 *•••••**•*•*•••**•••••** J SECURITY OFFICERS ^ Needed for grMter Henderson, GV area, FULL ^ ^ T)MEandPARTT1ME,flMiblhoure,honMinakei,^ ^ atudenta encouraged to apply. DOE, muat be able ^ ^ to obtain Sherlfr* card, have dependable .^ ^ transportatton phone. Call ALUED SECURrTY, ^ ^ 34-5774, Monday-Friday, 8:30-4:30 pm, 3355 ^ ^ Spring Mm. Rd., BMg. C, SuHa #256. EOEAI-^ F/H-V. 202 • •*••••••••**•*••••••••*• • • EARN EXTRA MONEY DELIVER TELEPHONE DIRECTORIES Men or women over 18 with Insured vehicles, are needed in Las Vegas, Boulder City, Henderson, Blue Diamond, North Las Vegas & surrounding areas. Delivery starts alx>ut Dec. 19. CALL TOLL FREE 1-800-979-7978 Between 7:30 am & 3 pm Mon.-Fri. Ref. to Job 3019 EOE. Hear Ve Hear Ve Hear Ve Hear Ve ACTIVE SENIORS — STUDENTS THE LIGHTHOUSE INN & RESORT LOCATED AT 110VILLEDR., BOULDER CITY, NV IS SEEKING FULL-TIME & PART-TIME WORKERS AS ROOM ATTENDANTS, MAIDS, FRONT DESK CLERKS CALL 2S3-6444 & TALK TO CARLA, Manager FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, HOURS, APPLICATION HELP WANTED ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ANALYSr SALARY: $40,311.0348,997.67/yaar. REQUIREMENTS: Bachekir's Degree in P ublic administration, uainaaa administratbn, accounting or finance, and three (3) years of experience in economk: devek)pment, grant and redevek>pment projects OR an equivalent combination of closely related training and experience. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Possesson of, or the ability to obtain, an appropriate Nevada's Dnver's License, and maintenance of a satisfactory driving record. WHERE TO APPLY: City applktion form must be submitted to and received by the Personnel Department, Room 200, City Hall, 240 Water Street, Henderson, NV 89015, no later than Tuesday, November 29, 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 empk>yment applicatnn. SUBJECT TO APPROVAL OF CITY COUNCIL ON NOVEMBER 15, 1994. HOURS OF OPERATION: MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY, 7:30 A.M.5:30 P.M. SMOKE FREE WORK ENVIRONMENT AN AFFIRMATIVE ACTION/ EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. HW Callville Bay Resort and Marina located on Lake Mead off of Northshore Rd. Apply at the Administration office Mon. thru Thurs. 8:30 am to 12 pm for Bartender posKion. HW271 POSITK)N AVAILABLE TO TALENTED. RESPONSIBLE, CHILD CARE ATTENDANT, MUST BE HS GRAD/ EQUIV., 17 YRS. OR OLDER. 564-8580. HW 2 SANDWICH MAKER Mature woman Muat hava tranaportatk>n Pk:k up applkatlon 1312 Nevada Hwy. CAPS SANDWICH SHOP 293-7070 CAFE SENSATIONS G.V. Cafe seeking full time expe. pantry cook. Kitchen supervisor position available bring references. Applications accepted In person M W • F, 0 am to 11 am, 2-4 pm, 4350 E. Sunset 110 at Atfilnean. Henderson. HW2S6 ATTENTION REAL ESTATE AGENT 2nd Office Opening Soon In S.E. Only $100 per month fee. You keep 98.6% of your commission. Full Broker Svc.NoNdden costs. Call Patti or Mario for confidential Interview. 647-5909 T&M Group Realty atim ROOMS FOR RENT ROOM FOR RENT INCLUDING ALL UTILITIES AND USE OF HOME NON-DRINKER $250 MO. PLUS $40 NON-REFUNDABLE DEP. CALL 566-6300. BETWEEN 9 AM AND 5 PM. RR282 ROOM FOR RENT IN BC $250 Mo. House privileges. 294-1805. BCRR G.V. ROOM FOR RENT. FULL HOUSE PRIVILEGES $395 MO. UTILITIES INCLUDED 456-5308. RR354 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 Pels. 294-0393. BC. RR Non-Smoking Gentleman, working or retired, must be neait, 564-6477 or565-1600.AskforLois. RR425 SMALL FURN. 1 bdrm. guest house, clean and quiet for steady working person over 45 or samiretired non-drinkers, nonsmoker preferred. Ref. $385 mo. plus dep. 5656310. RR241 HELP V/ANTED FRONT DESK CLERK. Benefits, immediate opening. Apply at Super 8 Motel, 704 Nv. Hwy. BC HW BARTENDERS POSITION Open, Apply at Super 8 Motel 704 Nev. Hwy. BC HW FRONT DESK CLERK Full time, apply in person at Hotel Front desk. Railroad Pass Hotel & Casino, 2800 So. Boukler Hwy. Hend. Nv. HW SUPERCUTS,AGREAT PLACE TO WORK. 2631480. HW370 FRONT DESK CLERK PBX OPERATOR Apply In pereon Gold Striice Inn & Casino us Hwy. 93, BC WANTED, Ught houMl(*pr 2 or 3 days par weak. English not Important Uva In or out, privata room, ML priv., call (or mora Info, k appL 791-5SM APT. RENTALS WEEKLY KITCHENETTES. CALL 565-7929. AR311 FOR RENT: KKchenettes $65 wk. Utilities paid. Shady Rest Motel, 5657688. Hnd. AR310 New 2 bdrm. 2 ba. Apts. Merlayne Villas, 417 Merlayne, $625, 5664190. AR293 FOR RENT 1BDR., APT. FURN, SINGLE ADULT, UTIL. INCL., $475MD., DEP. REQ., NO PETS. 565-0119. AR175 1 BDRM., small $325. (293-2433) Large $425. (293-1665). AR430 Near Sunset and Bidr. Hwy., nee 2 bdrm. 1 ba., NO PETS $465/mo. plus dep. 566-6260. AR225 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 & waterpaki. Pool, covered prk., 2 car, lease $650 mo. 1st & last, $400 deposit. No pets. 293-6335. BC. AR 2 BDRM. PARTIALLY Furn. apt. w/laundiy facilities in B.C. Quiet & Ideal for Senk}rs $475 mo. + Sec. 361-8099. AR 2 BEDROOM, UNFURNISHED, No pets, references, lease. $600 mo. 293-0420. BC AR RENT 2 BDRM. APT. RESIDENTIAL NEIGHBORHOOD $485 MO, PLUS DEP. 564-2325 HELP WANTED VETERINARY ABSIS^ TANT,parttimapoaltlon. duties include raceptk)nist, technteal 4 kennel work. Muat be 18 yrs. or older. 294-0001. BC. HW Tuesday, December 6, 1994 Henderson Home News Page 15 NOW HIRING NEW STORE AT WARM SPRINGS AND EASTERN, DAY SHIFTS AVAILABLE PT7FT. 363-189S, 1131 W. SUNSET, 451-7499. 4450 E. SUNSET NEAR ETHELM CHOCOLATES 458-0093. E.O.E. Wendy's jggQ nil uav*aMMii*aM,aiiii UtW>M,Nm*MIM (702) 382-8911 MAVUmtL 566-7840 Clerical kiduslrial Immedlala Openings Register 8 ajn.-2 p.m. HW270 APT. RENTALS Teddy's Kitchenettes, Just bring your toothbrush. Everything furnished. PH. 293-1716. BC AR NEW KITCHENETTES, phone, satellite, makl service. STARVIEW MOTEL 293-1658. BC AR APARTMENTS AS LOW AS $275 a Month furnished 564-6952 NICE STUDIO Conil)lnation Utchan, Iv. room, badroom. QuM, traa llnad atraal naar downtown. $33(Vino. No pala ptaaaa. Call 435-8446 ,. CORNER COURT APARTMENTS 2 bdrm., 1 ba., near Beak; High, UtOlmo. plus security. Sec. 8 OK. NO PETS 737-9141 421 Apartment tor Rent. 2 bedroom, all electric, $450.00 per montii. Seniors welcomed I Call 565^564. AR338 STUDIO APT. $330 mo. All ulllHiaa Ind. Stova, rafrlgarator, Sanlor CHIzanNoSac.Dap. CALL 435-8446 AR401 HENDERSON PLAZA APARTMENTS 2 txJrm. 11)8., $460/mo. Pool, playground, free cable TV, free iK>t water, Close to sciioois & shopping, small community. 565-7512. aOSatl DESERT GARDENS APT. 2 bdrm., 1 ba., washer hooic-up. Storage. $200 off 565-9051 CASADE ALICIA ANDM&MIIAPT 1307 DARLENE WAY Bouider City (702)293-1615 When you leasa.... Expect it! Featuring 1, 2, & 3 bedrooms, sparlding pools, small quiet communities. Professional & friendly on site managamant Morrell Park Apts. 525 Harris St. Henderson, NV 89015 ,^y^ (702) 565-8080 ^Hk: Now P-Leasing! ^W 1, 2 & 3 bedrooms, across from park, close to schools & shopping. Professional & friendly on site staff. Call todav. 22 ATLANTIC CITY APARTMENTS Clean, Quality 1-2-3 Bedroom Apartmants in Henderson • Central Air & Haat • Appliances • Blinds • Carpeto • Watar Paid • Washar/Diyer Availabia Apartments are $410 & up per month, newly remodeled, apacious near schools, part( & shopping. 565-7028 AR2ft^ CONDO RENTALS 2 BDRM., 2 bath, Evergreen condo. Nice area, fireplace, doublecarport, $600-t-deposit. 294-0184 or 796-0864. BC. CR 1315 DARLENE WAY, 2 Bdrm., 2 bath. Fireplace, W/D hook up, Covered parking, $600 mo. + $600 dep. 293-7154. BC CR LA DOLCE VITA, BC, 2 bd., 1-1/2 bath, 1200 sq. ft., fp, fenced yd., Indry rm., $695 -idep. 3629123. BC CR BLDR.CITY,New2bd., 2 ba., pool/spa, cvrd. parkng. $750 + dep. ref. 2932151/7733.BC. CR 2 bdrm., 2 bath, w/d, dishwasher, Neat $600. .f dep. 1st & last. Morris, BC. 294-2224 or 2936534. CR 2+2 NEW LUXURY CONDO Fantastic view, Jacuzzi t ub, $800 per mo. 293-4484. BC CR BOULDER CITY CONDO, 2story,2bdrm. 2 bath, w/private en closed yard, all appi $775 per mo. + $750 dep Call Mark 293-4418. BC CONDO SALES BY OWNER GREEN VALLEY Condo at Legacy Golf Course. 2 bdrm., 2 bath, tiled f k3ors & upgrade carpeting. One car garage, many upgrades & complex amenities, including appliance package. Approx 1069 Sq. Ft. $91,000. Call 361-7906. CS BOULDER CITY CONDO, 960 Sq. ft.. Ground level, 2 bdrm., 2 bath, & garage, Central located to schools, stores & downtown. Ceiling fans, W/D, fridge included. $88,000. Call evenings 293-3019. BC SPANISH STEPS CONDO,2bdrm.,2bath, $95,000. Call for appt. 293-6800. BC. CS COMMERCIAL RENTALS Warehouse/Office 3500 sq. ft. total will buikf to suit. Immediate availability. References a must. Sunset road frontage. 564-4100. CO 192 BRAND NEWI C2 offce space, 2000 + sq. ft., $1500/mo. Call 2941080. BC CO OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT, 500 sq. ft.. Prime Boulder City location, 294-0225. BC CO RETAIL SPACE Boulder Hwy. Frontage, in Village Square, 1308 Nv. Hwy. BC $450 per mo. 293-2020. CO OFFICE OR STORE, 1319 B, Nevada Hwy., 15x25.1/2 ba., heat, a/c, $235/mo., off street pkng., 293-3646. BC. COMMERCIAL LOTS FOR RENT, Trailer, Storage shed, and block walled, 61 x95 ft. HD. 5658105. C044n STORAGE FOR RENT All Sizae—Fenced Reeidant Manager Near Sunset Mountain ViaU 458-3990 VON'S PLAZA! 800 sq. ft. Available Neal Sinlakin Licensed Real Estate Broker 294-1444 Principals Please 4 p.m. Friday for Tuesday issue, Noon Tuesday for Panorama"' 4 Lines'£',1 CO.'^MERCIAL LEASE I COMMERCIAL LEASE ********************** I RETAIL/OFFICE SPACE J 2200 Sq. ft. Available. Can be divided. Terms negotiable. Call B C Adobe Realty 293-1707 ********************** COMMERCIAL SALES ^oe o SO. F T. Industrial/ rSSHWSSSi^hBC on 1 acre, w/addnional 1750 sq. ft. 3 bdrm. apt. over offices. Offered by Banner Realty, Gary Fisher, 293-5599. BC. CS HOUSE RENTALS NEARCOEURD'ALENE, Idaho, 1200 so. 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. BC. HR 1 BDRM. GUEST HOUSE w/carport, cable & water incl. $450 mo.^ 294-4284 or 293-1580 or 294-4385. BC HR 3 BDRMS. + Bonus rm. in garage, nice area, $950 mo. 294-4282 or 293-1580 or 294-4385. BC HR FOR RENT IN BC 2 bdrm., 1 bath, older home, firepL, dining rm., no pets, must have references 293-4384. BC HR 3 BDRM. 1 BA HOUSE, HAS CARPORT WITH LOCKING SHED. FIRST, LAST AND DEP. $750 MO. 381-8362 OR 566-5069. HR399 BC HOUSE, 2 bdrm., 1 bath,central A/C & heat. Quiet, laundry rm., 1 yr. lease, $695 mo. 2941444. Owner/Broker, BC. HR 3 BDRM., 1 1/2 BA., with large family room and storaige, corner lot, central air and heat. No pets. $750 per mo. plus dep. Call Al, Jensen's Realty 564-3333. HR 428 BOULDER CITY House, 2 bdrm., 1 bath, laundry rm., 1 yr. leave. 1612 Arizona St. No Pets. Call 294-0929. BC. HR 2 BDRM., 1 full bath, fridge & stove. NO Pets, 1yr. lease $425 mo. Jodi. 293-6375. BC. HR BC-Desert Landscape, 3 bdrm., 2 1/2 bath, pool, rec. rm. w/yr. round spa, new appl., garage, extra private,covered parking. $1350 per mo. -tdep. 293-0359. BC. HR DUPLEX FOR RENT 1 bdrm., 1 ba., $475 mo. includes utilities, deposits, req. No Pets, 5658296. HR447 Lerge living room w fireplece, dining room, 2 bdrms., close to Oorden McCew Elemenlary, quiet cul-de-Mc, rent ftM mo. dep. retundeble, cell 4354446. HBzaz 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 Work!, 593-7704 L0253 1 ACRE Higher Missbn Lot, ready to buikf, 832 Santa Helena, $100,000. 564-5026. LO MOBILE HOMES Lake Mountain Estates, Drastically reduced, fabuk>us home with lake view, numerous amenities. Boulder Dam Realty. Call Pat, 293-4663. MH PAYMENTS UNDER $512/mo. with space. 3 bdrm., 2 ba., ail appliances, nee family parK in Henderson. Total prce $17,000. Co-op 5953279. BC. MH 2 bdrm., 1 ba.. Mobile Home, $600/mo., Iv. mesg. 564-5471.. MH224 MORTGAGES WANTED CASH NOW For Mortgages, trust deeds. Land Contracts. Sold Property? Receiving Payments? We'll get you the cash you need now! Any Size! Fast Service! 1800-222-5199. MW437 WE BUY MORTGAGES and Trust Deeds. Dkf you sell property? Receiving payments? Why wait! Fast. CASH NOW! Any size—NationwkJe. Great prices. Call 1-800-659CASH(2274). MW438 REAL ESTATE WANTTOKNOWWHAT YOUR PROPERTY IS WORTH? Free market analysis. Call Roger 2932939 Realtor, Coldwell Banker/Anchor Realty. RE LOW PRICE $82,900. Mobile home & lot/ Coronado Estates. 2934578. BC RE 4 bdrm., 2 bath, large country kitchen, huge 68 X 170 tot, quiet cul-desac street. Home warranty included. Please call 293-7197. BC RE 3 BED, 1 BTH 70x100 LOT. ^^SUj^ 70x100 LOT. ^W/&, APPUANCE8 ** • *' 8TAYRV/ BOAT PARKMO, FRESH INTERIOR PAINT, COVERED PATIO. ALL FOR tll.500. CALL RE/MAX EAGLE'S VIEW AND ASK FOR DAVE MM700 gOI-OO. REAL ESTATE BC Large Nearly New Home on 1/2 Acre View Lot. Room for RV's etc. Bret. 294-8482, Desert Sun Realty. BC RE HENDERSON, BY OWNER, NICE VERY CLEAN, FRESHLY PAINTED, INSIDE AND OUT, 2 BDRM., 1.5 BA, 1250 SQ. FT., AUTO. SPRINKLER, LG. FENCED YARD, MATURE FRUIT TREES, NEAR SCHOOLS AND PARKS. $95,000, 419 SCENIC DR., CALL5642680 OR 361-5039 FOR APPOINTMENT. RE 121 3 BDRM., 1-3/4 bath, 1374 sq. ft., fireplace, 2 car garage, large covered patk), RV gated parking, landscaped, veiv clean, in Del Prado Estates. 293-5461. BC RE 3 BDRM., 2 BA., FAM. ROOM, 2 FRPLCS., ENCL. NEVADA ROOM WITH SPA, ON 1/2 ACRE FENCED. ASKING $165,000.564-6754 OR 595-5242. RE304 ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS Regatta Point, 2 bdrm. + den, 2 bath, Berber & marble thrauahout. $199,900. Boulder Dam Realty, 293-4663. BC RE "CITY VIEW; NEAR LAKE MEAD" 3000 S.F. WELL BUILT AND ON .85 ACRE. ZONED FOR HORSES. RELAX ON THE BALCONY WHILE ENJOYING THE SUPERB VIEW OF CITY. HURRY! JUDY SCOTT 376-5762. CENTURY21 MONEYWORLD. RE307 "EXECUTIVE CUSTOM." ZONED FOR HORSES. ITY VIEW AND NEAR LAKE MEAD. RELAX IN LED FAMILY ROOM THEN ENJOY HUGE .75 ACRE LOT. HURRY! JUDY SCOTT, 376-5762 CENTURY 21 MONEYWORLD. REAL ESTATE GATED LAS VEQAS RETIREMENT COMMUNITY FOR SENIORS 55 AND OVER. Beautiful one story home with formal dining room, formal living room, large family room, 2 fireplaces, kitchen nook, covered pato, 2 car garage and on a corner tot too. Close to the clubhouse with pool, spa and other senior activities. Best of all its tocated in the Heart of Spring Valley and just 10 minutes to the strip. To see this great home call Danny at Res: 873-2443 or Mobile 376-5712. RE GOT A CAMPGROUND MEMBERSHIP OR TIMESHARE? WE'LL TAKE IT. AMERICA'S MOST SUCCESSFUL RESORT RESALE CLEARINGHOUSE. CALLRESORT SALES INFORMATION TOLL FREE HOTLINE: 1-800423-5967. RE318 SEC. 19,3 BDRM. 2 BA., 1635 SQ. FT. 6 yr. oW Home, oversized 2 car garage, ceramic and marble floors, sun screens, covered patto 1/2 acre with fantastk: valley view by owner $137,900, 564-4418. RE356 RIVER LANDING 4 BR. two story. Great yard with a spa too! $119,900. Fred & Eilie Knapp 5664500. PRICE REDUCED TOTALLY UPGRADED. 3 BDRM. Lewis Home, Only $139,500 Boulder Dam Realty 293-4663 MISSION HILLS 2800 sq. ft., 1 ACRE LOT Plenty of room for Icids, RV, horses. $158,900. Fred & Eilie Knapp 5664500. Invest a TEW HOURS IM YOUR CAREER Discover what a career In real estate sales with a mem ber of the CCnrURY 21 System can ofTer you. Join us at a career Inromratkin seminar. Call today to reserve your place. It could t>e the Investment oT a Ufetlme. Date: December 1. 1994 Time: 7:00 p.m. Race: CENTURY 21 JR Realty 101 C Horizon JR Realty 101 E. Horizon Henderson, ttV ,. 9015 564-5142 •1904 C*ntury 21 Real Ealala Corporation aas trustee for ttie NAF. (ftar>d TM tradertwrks ot Century 21 RdEttal> Cofporiltan. Equif OpportjnHy Employer EACH OFFICE IS INDEPENDENTLY OWNED AND OPERATED RE3; Henderson Realty, Inc. 'The Property People" 18 Water Street 564-2515 Call now for new home Information! JUST USTED 445 Wheaton Ct 34 Legacy (G.V.) CUSTOM-HENDERSON 2100Thoroughbr*d 210 Deeert Roae 141 W. KImberly 842 Park Lane 406 Kiel 270 W. Fairway 1217 Equaatrlan SUMMERFIELD 1440Cha8tnut 527 Innaaa 1635 Keena DRASTICALLY REDUCED 2242 Windaor CONDOSffOWNHQMES llSVanWaganen 550 KrlaUn Une 55 KrlaUn Lane 4006 Qroamara 2SS E. Van Waganan 226 Garflald UNDER SI 00.000 10 Lowery 472 National 414 Bell 221 Fullerton 236Meyera 314 Watar 406 Bottlebruah LAND A COMMERCIAL CAUCQ AREA 1173 Calico Ridge 1021 Geranium 1132 Broltan HIlia 1035 Golda Way 621 Sandapringa t100.000-t140,000 136 Sterling 714 Sklpjacli 570 Junabug 1433 Garden Gate 733 Strawberry 416 La Jolla 1661 Equeatrian INVESTMEMT 801 Palo Verde Dr. 334 Tungaten 117 Adandc LAS VEGAS 5375 Chaatnut 4035 Autumn 5375 Chaatnut MANUFACTURED UQllES 440 Watarapout, Searchlight, NV 2.67 Acrea, Logandaia 0.6 Acre, Searchlight 0.5 A 1 Acre Near Hand. 7 E. Laka Mead Dr. Motel-Searchlight 1.21 Acrea, Commerciel Lot—Eaatarn A Lake Mead OigK CaMwir 21 naal Eale Corporation u tnnOe tor tie NAF e and lr a V fS^ EACH OFFICE IS ^^ tmSki tNOEPENOENTVt OWNED 1 — 1 Om)1IY ANOOPEHATED. M REAL ESTATE 701 8th ST. HOME For sale by owner. 5 bdrm., 4 ba., garage with workshop area, den. A must see. Will consider any reasonable offer. For appt. call 293-5790. BC. RE FORSALEBYOWNERNewly remodeled inside and out. New a/c, new heat, balanced power, 3 bdrm., 2 ba., laundry room, 2 car garage* ner schools. 433-4105. BC. RE KEY LARGO, Lake view, 3 bdrm., 2 bath, $182,000. Leave message for appt. 293-7972. BY OWNER River Landing 2 bdrm., 2 1/2 ba., with loft, 2 car garage with built in storage and shed, fully landscaped with gates. $115,000. 565-2697. RE212 ASSUI^/NO QUAL.: Great investment renter prefers to stay-positive cash flow. Call Elaine 592-2046 Century 21 Henderson. RE260 Great Buy lots of sq. footage-Good area 3 br/ 2ba/fam. rm.corner lot only $89,900. Call Elaine 592-2046 Century 21 Henderson. RE261 BEAUTIFUL FAMILY HOME. 1645 S.F., 3 BDRK^., 1-3/4 BA., 3 CAR, UPGRADES, SPA GAZEBO, SAT. DISH. $133,000 OBO, FLEX FINAN., 4569487. RE GORGEOUS 2 Stoiy w/ pool. 905 El Camino way, 2147 sq. ft., 2 master suites + 2 bedrms., formal living, dining, family rm., many uparades. A must see. Near golf course, schools, shopping, hospital. Call Sandra Duebler Century 21 Action Network 2713277. BC. RE RECENTLY renovated 2 story Lewis Home, 2158 sq.ft.,4bdrm.,21/2bath, pool, ready for new owners. $197,500. Call 293-0967 & leave message. BC. RE BOULDER CITY-JUST LISTED. Sharp home on the GOLF COURSE with endless MOUNTAIN VIEWS and unforgettable sunsets is what you will enjoy in this great Lewis Built home. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, 3 car garage, bay windows, fireplace, tile roof, RV parKing and much more. Priced for quick sale at $263,000. Call Danny at 376-5712 (Mobile phone). BC. RE • CUTE B.C. HOME-$96,000' 2 Br., Lg. LR, liiepl., step sav. kitch Iridge-slDve, din. rm, roofed patio, enclosed garden, Irull trees, grape arbor, fenced bkyd, olfstieel parkg. Naw root, carpet, gas furn, cooling, hot water heater, insulatkin ++ Mutt see/ Call |S02) 476-2SSS RE?M LOWEST PRICED 3 BED, 2 BTH. Great Starter Home In Black Mtn. Area, 1100 SF with F/P. $85,900. CALL Re MAX EAGLE'S VIEW AND ASK FOR DAVE 566-6700 E.O.I.0.0.4,2 TOWNHOUSE 3 BR, ASSUME/ NO QUAL. & owe $49,900. What a deal! Fred & Eilie Knapp 566-4500. REAL ESTATE BC NICE 3 Bed./2 Bath Lewis Home $139,500. BRET 294-8482, Desert Sun Realty. BC RE BC 3 Bdrm. Lewis Home, Great Location. BRET 294-8482. Desert Sun ReaHy. BC RE 3BR.,2BA.,Fam.rm.w/ fireplace, formal dining & living rm. 1,725 sq. ft., 4 yrs. okj, private quiet st. xtra off-st. pkg. Owner 294-4444atter4:30 or Iv. msg. RE BC BEAUTIFUL Home In Lakeview area with pool. Ouiet kx:atk>n. Bret 294-8282 $229,000. Desert Sun Realty BC RE INTERIOR DESIGN SHOW PLACE. Enjoy the comfort of this gorgeous 2 bdrm. w/den, Silver Crest Mfr. Home. All in the freshest cobrs & styles. Call Luke Prudential Jensen. 2933355. BC YOU CAN OWN your own home! No down payment on materials. AsK about our limited time offer. Call Miles Homes today, 1-800-343-2884 ext. 2101. RE162 YOUNG COUPLE-RETIREE, YOUR SEARCH IS OVER, 3 BDRf^., 2 BA. HOI^E, GREAT CONDITION, GREAT LOCATION, DESERT LANDSCAPING AND BEAUTIFUL POOL. CALL JUDY 898-8000. RE392 EXCELLENT BUY AT $129,900, 4 BDRM., 2 BA., LARGE LOT, INGROUND POOL, PATIO W/MIST SYS., RESIDENT DESERT TORTOISE & HABITAT, CALL JUDY AT 8988000. RE393 GREEN VALLEY CHARMER 135 SF 2 BED, 2 BTH, All Appllancaa Slay, Sailing Undar Market Valua, Move In Nowl $100,000. CALL RE/MAX EAGLE'S VIEW AND ASK FOR DAVE 566-6700 E.O.I.O.O. 414 REAL ESTATE FANTASTIC COUNTRY DOLL House. From the \acy curtains to the new carpet, to the country kitcnen with a new garden windowoverthennk. All appliances even a mcrowave. 1 car garage, with X-X storage & morelll Fantastc price. 612 Ave F. Century 21 Action Network, Sandra 271-3277. BC. RE NO MONEY DOWN New program. If you are working or retired you may qualify to purchase a home with no money down. Call me today to find out. George 3715375. RE 1501 MARITA DR. 2520 Sq. ft., 4 bdrm. huge kKchen & Family rm., Beautiful redwooo deck, panoramk; views of Oasis Park, Pool/spa, many more upgrades. You have got to see this home. Assumable with qualifying. OWC 2nd. with $30,000 down. Great terms, great house. Sandra Duebler, Century 21 Action frJetwork, 2713277. BC RE CUSTOM BUILT HOME on large lot, close to schools, on quiet cul-desac. Vaulted ceilings throughout, fireplace, 3 bdrm., 2 bath, 2-1/2 car arage, much more. 198,000.293-1696. BC FOR SALE, 4 BDRM. HOME, 2 CAR GAR., ON 1/3 ACRE. FANTASTIC PRICE, 565-8829 RE22 TOWNSITE Cute, clean, 2 BR. Central air & heat, RV access $66,900. Fred & Eilie Knapp 5664500. BOULDER CITY COTTAGE Corner of Ave L & Wyomlng-2 bdrm., Ige. living rm., cozy fireplace, roofed patio, garden, fruit ireee, grape art>or, fenced back yard & room for expansion, alove, fridge, new roof, new carpet, gaa furnace, cooking & morel! Muat aeel! Only $95,900. Call Now 564-4000 Globe Real Eatate. • klckifklckidddflckifklcklcklfklckt FOR LEASE/SAL^ -^-^i, Beautiful custom home, 3 bdrm., 21/2 baths, open floor plan, swim spa and more, ^ fabulous views. ^ i, Call BC Mobe Realty 293-1707 OWNER MUST SELL THIS DOLL HOUSE FIT FOR A QUEEN. IMMACULATE GREEN VALLEY HOME WITH UPGRADESGALORE! CULDE SAC LOCATION. 1135 SQ. FT. WITH 2 lARGE MASTER SIZE BEDROOMS, 2FULL BA THS, FABULOUS FIREPLACE IN LIVING ROOM, GREAT KITCHEN WITH EAT-IN NOOK, INSIDE LA UNDRYAREA, COVERED PA TIOAND 2 CAR GARAGE... COMMUNITY POOLS ASKING $99,999 CALL ROBIN @ 496-5125 RANCHO VISTA REALTY RE262 Vat'Vj'm Bible Really 1520 Nevada Highway Boulder City, Nevada 89005 DARWIN BIBLE • Raal Eatat* Broker • (702) 294-1144 DARWIN'S AUCTIONS • NAA • (702) 293-38S6 CELLULAR (702) 596-3996 • FAX (702) 293-7896 BOULDER CITY "SLEEPER" Two lot* (tha alza of four Iota) (or Ih* prica ol one. Ovar S300. fool ol unobalructad vlaw of Laka Maid from tfili hlllild* lot. Mott aHa work la complatad. Thia la Ih* bail buy In Ih* ar*a. It you ara ready lo build tha horn* of your dr*am* or |u*t looking for an axc*ll*nt lnv*>tm*nt.L*tua*howyouthl*out*tandlngl)uy. Llatadat only $149,900. Darwin BIbIa Realty, 294-1144. NEED 4 BDRMS., LARGE YARD & RV PARKING? We've got Itl Ovar 2200 aq. ft, Separate tatnily A Hving room*, 2 car garage. Heated epa/pool (193,500 LOOKING FOR OLD WORLD CHARM? Thia cuatom haa over (40,000 in upgradeal Tile floor*, new carpet, new Idtchen, new baths. Walk to town (142,000 THE NEIGHBORS WILL MISS the eeller of thie IMMACULATE 3 bdrm. 1565 sq. ft home. RV pad atorage ahed w/electric. Parquet floora, Pool (162,500 RELAX A ENJOY THE LAKE VIEWI Two bdrm., two bath home in Adult community. 12x24 workshop extra storage. Easy-care yard w/fruit tree* (142,500 UKE TO ENTERTAIN? This home is for you! Separate living & family rms., 2 fireplace*, gourmet kitchen, 4 bdrm*., 3-3/4 ba. RV parking (445,000 CANT WAIT TO DECORATI garage that await* your tali utl f 3 bdrm., 1-3/4 ba home w/2 car leaping. (125,000 JUST STARTING OUT OR RETIRING? La Dolce Vita townhou*** have private yarde, 2 bdrm., 1-1/2 bath, fireplace, inaide laundry A atorage ( 89,000 ARE YOU LOOKING FOR THIS HOME? Unique d**ign affords 360* vimv in Laka areal 3 bdrme., 2-3/4 ba., 2 car garage, RV parking, HUGE deck (250,000 TIRED OF YARD WORK? Throw away the mower A move right Into thi* 2 bdrm., 2 ba. home with PANORAMIC lake view. Quiet, adult community. (142,000 WHAT DOES (119,500 BUY? Either of the** 3 bdrm. town*it* homesi Close to schools A shopping. Both have separate master suitee with bath. FREE LIST OF ALL AVAILABLE PROPERTIES 1664 Nevada Hwy. Boulder City, NV 89005 293-4663 Fax: 702-293-4645 Toll free: 800-228-8358 EHan Lamb Stromitatg, Broker ARar hour* call: Ml • tMlik>-_2*4-174* _M-7tM ..2**-47a7 Mr .M*-ta*7 sai .2*-iaa MS-1*11 1 REAL ESTATE 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 HERE IS YOUR DEAL Year old home, 3 BED,2BTR 1341 SF with F/P, All Appllancaa Stay, RV Parking. Loweal Down Pymt. In Highland Hllla. CALL RE/MAX EAGLE'S VIEW AND ASK FOR DAVE S664700. E.O.I.O.O. 413 REAL ESTATE BC RENOVATED 2 Bed./ 2 bath home. New central heat & air. Spacious master bedroom. Only $98,500. Call BRET2948482 Desert Sun Realty. US HOMES FINEST-3 BR. single story. This home is a winnerl $106,500. Fred & Eilie Knapp 5664500. Buying? Selling? Relocating? Insist on Henderson's Finest p^,^. SANDRA H088ER Pagi: ttimitl Seller sitting on a suitcase. Fully assumable low down, low payments, little price. 2 bdrm., 2 ba., great neighborhood Seller bought another. Call SandraorEbwra at Century 21 Henderson Realty, IB Water SL ELNORA OnluQ^ 29 OJ fc Henderson Realty 18 Water St 16* DESERT ^ SUN REALTY .CALL 24 HRS. FULUTIME (7021 293-2151 FULLERVICE SINCE 197S 1000 NV Hy. >101. Boulder City QUIET & PRIVATE: Boulder Square 2bdrm., $72,500, see today. LAKE MEAD: 1600 s.f. townhome, a | best buy at $129,900. I CUSTOM OPPORTUNITY: unique 1acre panoramic Lake Mead lot, I may subdivide for development, | more land available, $543,000. FIXER: below appraisal now at| $89,900, near Lake Mead. I $158,000; upgraded 3-bdrm. Lewis, | near B.C. schools, corner lot POOL/SPA: delightful custom near I Lake Mead, $229,000. RENTALS: available now, from $600/1 mo. HORSES: country estate on 1/2 acre, I hilltop, $325,000. JR REALTY liia mmosHm fmnssiomS'-^' SNOWBIRDS Here la your opportunity to own your own ground floor 1 bedroom condo year round Owner will carry with small down payment Don't miss thlsl! WOODRIDGE HOME boasts of: convenient location, close to shopping and public transportation. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, tile roof, desert landscaping and full block wall, on secluded cul-de-sac. MISSION HILLS featuring a master suite with "His" and "Hers" 3/4 baths, plus large separate wall(-in closets. Large bay window overlooks backyard patio and pool. Many more upgrades. CHEAP...CHEAP...CHEAP 2 bedroom tocated on a quiet cul-de-sac, large fenced lot w/front gate and alley access, R V parking, shade trees, nice downtown location, needs some TLC $59,300. SECTION 4 • Beautiful custom home Top quality 3 or 4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths. Over 3000 sq. ft. of living space. Central vacuum, familyroom, RV parking, 3 patios must see to appreciate. NO FEES WITH THIS MOBILE HOME you own your own lot. 2 bedroom, 2 baths, great area. All appliances included and room for your RV. OWNER ANXIOUS 4 bedroom, loft, llvingroom with cozy fireplace, separate familyroom, pool sized backyard. Only 4 years oklll NEW SEMI-CUSTOM home* on oversized cul-de-sac lots. 3 f k>or plans to choose from. 1400 to 1800 sq. ft, many upgrades included. Ck>ee to all conveniences Starting In low $100s. 101E. Horizon, Henderson IsJ 564-5142 EQUAL HOUSING *^\^^ %r ff T^^ OFTORTUNrrY eand'*' ttadniuAiifCrauiYZIRralEMakCorpanlloa Eciatl Hoaiiii OfporUolqr EACHOFFKE INDereNDENTLY OWNED AND ORKATH)

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Page 16 Henderson Home News Tuesday, December 6, 1994 REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE Don't Make a Move Until CERTIFIED You Cdl Me RESIDENTIAL SPECIALIST Only 2% of the Realtors In the United States qualKy for the CRS designation. I am one of themi This highly coveted designation Is like having my Masters degree In residential real estate. As a CRS 1 have undergone rigorous, specialized, advanced training In lifting, selling, investment, taxes and more. My CRS designation Is my badge of expertise and your shield of assurance that I will get the )ob done right. When I work lor you, you get proven succ:e.s.s with honesty and Integrity. Call Ron foday (702) 222-4949 or at my office 458-8888 .. yimencana Ron Rasmussen Realtor* ''You'll be glad you did." Better Homs "lnd,|)ndntlv (himwd • iwl Ofwralf d" IJSJ Proven Success with Honesty & Integrity Office 458-8888 CALLCOLDWELLBANKER COLDWELL BANKER ANCHOR REALTY 501 Nevada Hwy., Boulder City 1 293-5757 Q FREE! LIST OF ALL HOMES FOR SALE IN B.C. HOMES BELLA VISTA CUSTOM 3 bdrm., 3 ba., family rm. w/2 way f/p, wet bar, oversize garage, RV parking, forever lake view. Alarm system, shown by appt. (495,000. LAKE NEW BELLA VISTA PLAN A. 2705 s.f., 3 bdrm., 3 ba., fam. rm., U p in matter bdrm. & fam. rm. Pool and view of lake. Lots of upgrades. $344,000. BOAT DEEP GARAGE 36x32 witli workshop, laundry & 1/2 ba., and •vap. pooled. 4 bdrm., 2 ba., large patio with lake view. $295,500. by Realtor/owner. Call Katie to seel CUSTOM HOME tri-level 4 bdrm., 3 ba. oversized garage, lake view, f/p in living rm., lots of ceramic tile. $2B5,000. MOBILES/RENTAL PARKS VALLEY VIEW ESTATES • 3 bdrm., 2 ba., covered patio, one year warranty. Home is brand newl Price reducedl $69,500. MANUFACTURED HOMES REDUCED TO SELL this one plus den or 2 bdrm. with large covered porch and tome lake view. 12x32 garage & 2 car carport. $127,500. SELLER LISTED BELOW APPRAISAL and will finance this homel Lake view, 3 bdrm., 2 ba., 2 car garage, RV parking, fam. rm. w/fireplace. $227,500. OPEN FLOOR PLAN, 2 bd, 2 ba, wrap around porch, carport, all for $149,500. MTN VISTA ESTATES—4 bdrm, 2 ba, covered parking, 3 storage thedt, fenced yd. $99,500. THREE BDRM, 1826 t.f. home, 2 ba, family room, large covered porch, carport & RV parking. $154,000. THREE CAR GARAGE with 1/4 ba., covered RV atall, 2 bdrm.. family rm., forever lake view. $197,500. LARGE LOT lott of parking, view of mtnt., 2 bdrm. -f den, storage, covered porch. $172,500. BUSINESS & COMMERCIAL COM'L BLDGS. • 3740 t.f. plut 1.504 acre lot, fenced completely, 100% occupancy with good income. Owner will carry contract. $418,375. Ask for RON for info. ONE LERI Com'l lot on Industrial .9 acre for $173,900. OWNER WILL FINANCEI CALL RON FOR INFOI COM'L. BLDG. ON COLORADO ST. 24,000 t.f. total, two level, good parking, $900,000. Private financing available or possible lease. Call Katie to seel RESTAURANT Located on Nevada Hwy., longest established in Boulder City. Price includes fixtures & tignt. $185,000. isi O1000 COMVMI Bankf Reiidentiai RMI Eilat. An Equal Opportunity Company Equal Housing Opportuntty. Some Officaa Indapandanlly Owned and Optat*d ThePrudential Jensen's Realty &ir^ „,„e<:r There's a quality that sets us apart stop spending your time fixing up your house & nrwve Into a horns whsrs It's all bsing dons. 3 BR, 2 Bath. $110,000. Ask for Luke 2933355. Paradise Vallsy C.C.—Truly a bsautlful home sitting off ths road. Ovsr 2900 sq. ft. of living, Lg. garage, pool. Call Jim or Don. $284,900. Mission Hills, 3000 sq. ft. of custom home, 4 BR, 3 Bath, over 1200 sq. tl. garage, corrals, pool, call Jim or Don. Ssc. 27—Custom home over 2600 sq. ft., 1/2 ac, 3 BR, 2 Bath, dstachsd 1500 sq. ft. garage/offics 3/4 Bath. Call Salty. Ssc. 27—4 BR, 2 Bath, 3 car garags, high csilings, many built Ins horss prop. Pries rsducsd. Call Sally. Country Living on 2 ac, horse corral, tack room. 5 BR, 31/2 Baths— s must sss—Custom kitchen. Call Peggy C. or Joyce. Custom Home ovsrtooking Laks Maad, 4 BD, 21/2 Bath over 2300 sq. ft., pool plus many sxtras. Call Peggy M. 293-4496. 0ns of ths flnsst mfg. homes built. 1885 sq. ft. In-ground set on psrmansnt foundatton. 60 x 100 lot In sxclusivs community. Call Randy. Extravagant 2 Bdrm. w/Den, Cathedral ceilings, fabulous fireplacs, outstsnding fk>or plan. Mutt tee. Call Luks. 6061 sq. ft wsrshouse zoned IG Just off Sunset. Ctose to 1-515 sxcsllsnt tocstlon. Call Psggy A Joycs. Custom horns undsr constructton In Ssc. 19 on 1/2 acrs lot — 2400-1' •q. ft. Plans In offk. Call Psggy or Joycs. Las Vsgas-Vsgss Manor — Beautiful 3 BR, 1 3/4 bath, 3 car garags, eathsdral csilings, wKh brsathtaking sntrsncs. Call Corrlns. 564-3333 219 Water St. Henderson, NV 89015 I All iMipMWMlly OwMQ ind OptfilM 293-3355 1001 Nevada Hwy., Suite B Boulder City, NV 89005 of Th* PnidMilW RMI EM AffllsiM, bw. REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE CUSTOM HOMES Larry Clouse (Gensral Contractor Lie. #27343). Will design homes to suit your lifestyle. Also we have construction money available. Phone 293-1893. 293-6014 & ASSOCIATES •TOP OF THE WORLD! SOUNDS GOOD WAIT TILL YOU SEE THE VIEWIII OVER 2500 SQ. FT. PLUS GUEST HOUSE. ALMOST 800 SQ. FT. RV GARAGE THAT IS HEATED & COOLED ALL ON 3 1/2 ACRES OVERLOOKING BOULDER CITY. PRICE SLASHED TO $499,000. 'PLENTY OF ROOM FOR THE KIDS, IN LAWS, LOST PEOPLE, PETS OR MAYBE A HORSE OR TWO PLUS ROOM TO EXPAND THIS 5000 SQ. FT. HOME ON 3/4 ACRE LOT IN BOULDER CITY •LAKE VIEW! ADULT COMMUNITYI GREAT ROOM W/COZY RREPLACE, 1900 SQ. FT., 2 BEDROOM, 2-1/2 BATH, LARGE COVERED PARKING. (158,900. •NEW LISTINGI HUGE PALM TREES AND ITAUAN CYPRESS, FLOWER BEDS, MAKE THIS HOME VERY SPECIAL, 3 BED., 1-3/4 BATH, GAS LOG RREPLACE, OVER 1800 SQ. FT. PRICED FOR TRUE VALUE $142,000. •MT. VISTA ESTATESI 2 BED., 2 BATH ON CORNER LOT W/COVERED PARK $95,500. •DOWNTOWN RETAIL STORE FOR LEASE! NEXT TO BOULDER DAM HOTEL! •LAKE MT. ESTATES RENTAL, ADULT $795 •RENTALS RESIDENTIAL FROM $350.00 OFRCE/RETAIL FROM $250.00. •BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY! BUY/SELL NEW/ USED-ANTIQUES/MODERN-INVENTORY INCL CALL BARTON HYDE FOR DETAILSIII Banner Realty Experience the Difference! Call 294-1500 HAPPY HOLIDAYS RESIDENTIAL LARGE CUL-DE-SAC LOT W/RV PARKING. Walk to tchoolt and City recreation area. 3 bedroomt, 2-car garage. Atking $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. IMMEDIATE MOVE IN TO SPECTACULAR LAKE MEAD VIEW HOME. 4 bedroom, 3 car garage. Brand new tingle ttory. Truly a mutt tee. $525,000. IMMACULATE 4 Bedroom in Marina Highland Ettatet, Lake & Mtn. view. Priced for QUICK SALE $219,000. CUSTOM TRI-LEVEL, 2 living roomt, 4 bedrooms, 3 batht, oversized 2 car garage with RV parking. Prideof ownership. Reduced to $295,000. COUNTRY HOME & GUEST HOUSE, 7 Car Garage on huge loL 4 bedrooms. Formal Dining, 3 fireplacet, Horte barn and corralt & more. $495,000. SPECTACULAR LAKE MEAD VIEW. Curved ttairway enhancet open floor plan. Lake or mountain viewt from all roomt. Large 3 bedroomt, 3 bath, 3 car garage. Fountaint, 3 fireplacet, and tuperb quality throughout. $895,000. PALATIAL ESTATE—On 2 acret—10,000 tq. ft. under roof, pool & hortet, teparate guett houte—$1,985,000. CONDOS AND TOWNHOMES EASY QUALIFYING. Owner will carry. NEW & ready to move In. Cuttom townhome with Lake Mead view. 3 bdrmt., 3-1/2 batht, 2 car garage. Reduced to $235,000. LAKEMEAD VIEW. New townhome, 2110 tq. ft., 3 bedroom, 3-1/2 bath, 2 car gar. Rental at $1600 tecurity depotit. LAND PRIME LOT IN HISTORIC DISTRICT, Good traffic. Seller financing contidered. AWESOME LAKE VIEW IN QUIET AREA. 2/3 ACRE. Ready to build. Only $275,000. GREAT COMMERCIAL location In OldTown Boulder City—OWC—$79,500. 1/4 ACRE CORNER LOT in Cuttom Home area $99,000. MOUNTAIN VIEW Lot In Cuttom Home Area—$95,000 OWC. MOUNTAIN VIEW HORSES—1 acre— Won't Latt At $89,900. COMMERCIAUPROFESSIONAL—YOUR CHOICE11.0 acre, 3.45 acret, 4.45 acret or 5.63 acret, starting at under $4.00/tq. ft. Owner financing contidered. 2.5 ACRES—Great buy In SW Lat Vegat. Reduced to $60,000. COMMERCIAL A BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY TURN KEY OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOUl Rettaurant In Hittoric Downtown Boulder CHy. Land, building, equipment, furniture and fixturet. Call 294-1500 for appointment. TAKING RESERVATIONS for Offlca/Warehoute, CM zoning. Only 12 unite available. Exclutively wKh Banner. Call now. t^JQ Itouldtr C'il> • l.iis \ ty;is 7(1'* Will til St. IJouldtrC in. Ni\.t(LiN'>(l05 REAL ESTATE "HIGHLAND HILLS; STEAL!" 1855 S.F.; ONLY $109,990. RELAX IN COZY FAMILY ROOM, THEN ROMP AROUND LARGE BACKYARD. HURRY! JUDY SCOTT, 3765762. CENTURY 21 MONEYWORLD. RE306 REAL ESTATE BOULDER CITY, ENJOY SMALL TOWN ATMOSPHERE IN CUSTOM, STUCCO HOME ON QUIET CUL-DESAC. CLOSE TO GOOD SCHOOL. 3 BDRM.. 2 BA.. FRPL. VAULTED CEILINGS THROUGHOUT. 2.5 CAR GAR.. LG. LOT. $198,000. 2931696. RE374 GOVERNMENT ACQUIRED HOMES Low Down Payment Veterans/Active Duty or Not No Down, Up To $203,000 Free List Repo Properties & VA Info With Pre-qualification-By Appointment 566-9521 LIBERTY REALTY EDNA SIEDSMA HUD/VA Specialist REAL ESTATE Bouldur City Cott*wih Bible Really 1520 Novada Highway Bouldar City, Nwada 89005 DARWIN BIBLE • Ftoal Ealat* Brakar • (702) 294-1144 DARWIN'S AUCTIONS • NAA • (702) 203-3996 CELLULAR (702) S96-3996 • FAX (702) 293-7896 UAQNIFICENTVIEWOFLAKEMEAOIroiiithlaLakaMounlaiii EalatMBMiity.Spacious(ovw2300SF)Minii(aetiiradhoin*. Large Utchen and pantry maatar iMdrooni auHa wMi gardan tub 4 alMwer large covarad patio ovartooka laka. Qiaal room wkh iwt liar and tiraplaca. In door laundry room wHh bath, garage and covarad car port, both badrooma have batha. Ma of axtraa and priced well below oompa at 1177.500. Danain Bible Reeltv 294-1144. m^ ^ % _^^ BC I • Adobe Realty BC '1 tt. dobe Wl tsr (702) 293-1707 HOMES ROOIVI FOR EVERYONE!...Del PradotrlCAREFREE LANDSCAPE...One story, level, 4 bdrm., 2-1/2 baths, 2 car garage -• • RV 3 bdrm., 2 bath, newer Lewis home in goH pl(g., new roof...$186,000. course area, 3 car garage...$230,000. \ RARE GEM! ...Newer4 bdrm., 2-1/2 baths w/Oak floors, corian counters, top-line appliances, 3-car garage & more...$263,900. TIME TO l\)IOi^!...B-HIII custom on 1/2 acre, 4 bdrms., 3 baths, sep. in-law or guest qtrs., 2x6 construction...$239,500. VERY SPECiAL!,..Over 4,100 sq. ft. custom w/outstanding view of Lake Mead. Quiet cul-de-sac location. Call fordetails...$575,000. NICELY UPGRADED ...Oven300sq.H., 4 bdrm., 2 bath home w/central air/heat close to town...$123,900. UNIQUE ARCHITECTURE...Over2100 sq. ft. custom hbme on large enclosed corner lot. Pool & more...$215,000. BEAUTIFUL VIEW!... Perfect for entertaining, custom tri-level w/3900 sq. ft. open floor plan, A MUST SEE!...$440,000. A SPECIAL PLACE...Over 2100 sq. ft. custom home w/lots of wild life & view of Lake Mead, too many amenities to list...$39S,000. BEAUTIFULLY UPGRADED...4 bdrm., 2-1/2 baths, large family room, 2-car garage, pool...$185,900. 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 Curran 293-1457 Dorothy Molln 293-5087 Claudia Raecke 293-9949 DIanna Vanaaea 293-4294 Beth Aldworth Deane, Broker 293-7074 CrIetlna LeBreton Femald, Broker 293-2212 TOLL FREE #1-800-553-8081 DICK BLAIR REALTY 833 NEVADA HWY., BOULDER CITY (702) 893-2171S i Pally GulTtynSpctr. Andrea Andcraon... Khonda Sledge Rich Moynihan.... ,. 293-7S .2-3228 .. J93-7975 ..293-IN2 AfTliRIIOUKSCALt Bub Blalr, Broker 293-2*49 Cindjr Bandy 294-2919 Naney Murphy 293-3292 BekU Rene 294-1256 Marianne Hohhaiiaer 294-2356 Serving Boulder City Since 1968 HOMES FANTASTIC HOME WITH ONE OF THE BEST UKE VIEWS IN BOULDER CITY. Over 3600 aq. ft, 25x53 great room, gourmet kitchen, 2/3 acre lot with 30x30 garage. PRICE JUSTREDUCEDTO $495,000 (Below appraiaal). OLDER HOME IN GREAT AREA, 2 bdrm., 1 bath block conaL with detached 1 bdrm., 1 bath gueat houaa. Low mainL yard with lota of parking & workahop. NOW PRICED AT $110,000. HISTORICAL HOME! Charming Red Brick, hardwood (loora, F.P. FINISHED BASEMENT, RV Parkg., large rear yard, greenhouae, 2 bedrma., 2 bath*, (189,500. BEAUTIFUL CUSTOM HOME ESTATE on 2 acre*. 5 bedrma., 4 batha, 2 car attchd. gar, 6,136 *q. ft, PLUS OVER 3,000 *q. ft in detached gar., with workahop AND MOTHER-IN-LAW QUARTERS $1,199,000. Enjoy VIEW OF LAKE MEAD from thi* beautiful home in Water'a Edge development! 3 bedrma., 3 bath*, 2 car gar., patio. OFFERED FOR $ 199,000.00 EXCELLENT VIEW OF LAKE MEAD from Patio of Ihia SUPER SHARP CUSTOM 3 bedrma., 2 bath, den, LARGE GOURMET KITCHEN/FAMILY ROOM. Lota of RV Parkg., 12' x 12' workahop. 2,365 aq. ft at only $275,000. CUSTOMRUSTICRANCHSTYLEHOME—4bdmiia. 3 batha, loU of wood, tile & brick, POOL & SPA, 4th bedrm. w/bath, perfect for mother-in-law $205,000. BEAUTIFUL HOME-LAKE AREA-EASY RNANCING W/10% down, 3 bedrm*., 3 batha, 2 car gar. PRICED TO SELL AT $189,900. 1 YEAR GUARANTEE. LAKE VIEW! LAKE VIEW! LAKE VIEW! Relax through the Holidaya with a fire In the F.P. & a t>eautlful lake view! Thia 3 bedrm., 3 1/2 bath home ia aituatad on a quiet Cul de Sac, PRICE JUST REDUCED TO $289,900. SPECTACULAR VIEWS of ELDORADO VALLEY, CITY & LAKEII Cuatom 3 or 4 bedrm., 4 bath, game rm., Exerclaa rm., GORMET KIT., with CORIAN COUNTER TOPS, CrafVworkahop, oversize gar., RV Parkg., 4,700 sq. ft A MUCH MORE. 2 years oldl $429,500. CONDOMINIUMS TOWNHOMES REGATTA POINTE SUPER SHARP 2 bwlrms., 2 balh, 2 car gar., with built in cabinets, on cor. lot Private rear yardw/cov. patk> A fruit trees. $178,S0a DOWNSTAIRS EVERGREEN CONDO-2 bedrms., 2 F.P. GREAT CONDITION CLOSE TO SCHOOLS, ETC. $75,900. SPANISH STEPPES—3 bedrm., 3 bathe. LOTS of luxury living, $139,500. MOBILE HOMES IN PARKS IN GINGERWOOD-MOVEINU^AYII 12x60' 1977 Champion, 2 bedrm*., MAhn^a** to clubhou*e A comm. pool. F(0il||nro $16,000. UNFURNISHED $15,000. ^ SILVERCREST MODUUR HOME near BLACK MTN. GOLF COURSE-ln Adult Park 27' x 40' 2 bedrms. 2 baths $50,000. CORNER LOT IN GINGERWOOD-Very nice 12x62 w/7x10 slide out. 2 bdrm., 13/4 bath plus workshop and ahed. $25,000. IN GINGERWOOD— 1977 FUOUA24'x40' 2 bedrms., 2 batha, CLEAN & NEAT. PRICED TO SELL AT $27,900. IN B.C. MOBILE HOME PARK— 2 bedrms., 1 bath, covsred patio, Stg. area. Shed, Refrig., washer/ dryer. (11,500. DON'T MISS THIS ONE! 1974 Wilshlre 2 bedrms., 1 bath, PARTIALLY FURNISHED, A MUST SEE to appreciate $29,500. LAND 2+ acre* with SPECTACULAR VIEW of MounUins PRICED AT APPRAISED VALUE $230,000. HIGHWAY FRONTAGE -1.68 ACRES Zoned C-2, Excellent location. Two side-by-side lota with over 300 feet of frontage. $650,000. RENTALS 4 bdrma., 2 batha, 2 car gar., nice yard AVAIL DEC. 2,1994callfori4)pL$950. 3 Bedrma, 2 batha, large rear yard, AVAIL DEC. 14, 1994. $1,100 inclda. landacape aervica. NICE 3 bedroom, 1 bath, 2 car gar., faitced rear yard, braezeway almost new carpeL blinda, bitarior paint, quiat area. $825.00 AVAIL. BY DEC. 1 NICE 1/2 DUPLEX-2 badrms.. 1 bath, 1 car gar., ownsr pays watsr/sewar. Ideal for m atura single or couple tSSOImo. NON SMOKERS. SPANISH STEPPES CONOO 2 bedrms., 2 baths, 2 carports all applianoaa $775. Stop by and pick up your FREE CURRENT LIST OF PROPERTIES AVAILABLE FOR SALE TOLL FREBI I-80&628-89I0 Ext. E4I siNCERrry AND INTEGRITY IS DOR SPECIALTY HENDERSON T X T. t-;.. i PROOF BAY MICROFILM il15AFQUES AVE E. ";ijNMYVAi....E CA 94086 4/04/'?''^ MAIL Picking top sports announcers no easy task I\IUL' 1 Thursday, December 8, 1994 Henderson, Nevada 2S# ONE MAN'S VIEW MIKE O'CALLAGHAN Last night Silverado High School defensive back Ben Williams and Green Valley High School linebacker Pete Battisti received the NEWS "Go For Broke" award for their schools. Williams is still recovering from injuries during the season. Last week Basic High School linebacker Joe Perez and Boulder City High School wide receiver and defensive back Jimmy Stevens received the award for the Wolf Pack and Eagles, respectively. The "Go For Broke" award recipient is selected by his coaches and goes to a player who gave 110% during the just completed season. The winner of the "Go For Broke" award may not be the best natural athlete but he is the player who gave everything he had and even more during practices and games. In other words he played when he was hurting and always did his best. That is why the award is named "Go For Broke." "Go For Broke" was the battle cry of the 100th Infantry Battalion and the 442nd Regimental Combat Team during World War II. These units were made up of Japanese Americans who volunteered to fight for their country despite the fact that their families and many of them were confined in S the United States prison camps. 7 They were behind barbed wire • y' because the homeland of tlitir parents had attacked our country at Pearl Harbor. What our government did to these loyal Americans was a shame that has been recorded in every history book. It was a crime that after more than 50 years we have tried to wipe out by paying a sum of money to those still alive. The book, "Go For Broke," gives us the following capsule of information: "The 100/442nd Regimental Combat Team was composed almost entirely of volunteers who were Americans of Japanese ancestry. As part of the Allies' Southern Group of See One Man's View Page 2 INSIDE Christmas visits Boulder City Panorama, B1 "Hu|ji-'S for th,' Holidays" airs on Wednesday TV News inside Editorials 4&5 Happenings 11 Senior News. Movies 15 Lifestyles. B2 Your Health B5 Crossword B13 Volum93,9amE(lon H.B.C. Publicttlont PC Box SO430 HMi