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1995-12-26 - Henderson Home News

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1995-12-26 - Henderson Home News
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Streeter, Kathy ( Columnist )
Lacy, Thomas ( Columnist )
Szydelko, Paul ( Columnist )
Allen, D. J. ( Columnist )
Bowman, Bill ( Columnist )
Judge, John ( Photographer )
Weidenfeld, Rob ( Photographer )
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HBC Publications, Inc.
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^^^mmtmemmmmrmm mm •;-4-A Thanks For Making Such A Big Deal Over Such A Little Berry. it's been a terrific first year. We wouldn't hiave made it without you. ;v *CT"rfci;wf'iA-'^-And now weVi like to s^ thanks \A^ a couple of berry fun contests! CUTEST BABY CONTEST Your child just might have what it takes to become the 1996 Cranberry World West Cutest Baby! If your baby is 23 months or younger enter the cutest baby contest and win a I year supply of Ocean Spray juices, a $50.00 savings bond and their winning picture displayed at Cranberry World West All entries must be submitted to Cranberry World West no later than 4 p.m. on January 30, 1996. COOKING CONTEST We showed you how we do it now show us your best tncks. Enter the Cranberry World West ccx)king contest Grand prize winner will win a I year supply of Ocean Spray juices and cook their recipe on a local television cooking show.Top three runners-up will receive a special holiday cookbook and have their recipe published in the Ocean Spray Newsletter All entnes must be submitted to Cranberry World West no later than 4 p.m. on January 19, 1996. Pick up entry forms and rules for both contests at Cranberry World West 1301 American P^ific Dn\, Hencierson, Nevada 89014, (702) 566-7160 CRANBERRY WORLD* ^ean Sp^^'^ t n ,d GV wrestler McEvoy rides 56-match streak I'.i'.'i-11 Tuesday, December 26, 1995 iiaerson, Nevada 25# Year-round schools may go nine-month Kathy Strter News Staff Writer According to new Clark County School District standards, some Henderson schools areineligibletorunon 12-month schedules, although they have been on year-round schedules for years. Sewell, Mack and Galloway elementary schools have facilities that are inadequate to handle year-round schedules, according to standards used to build new schools, said Barbara Snider, a CCSD zoning consultant. She emphasized that the inadequacies are an issiie of when and how the sch-^ols were built. It does not impact the quality of education children at these schools receive. **When you start making decisions based on facilities ratiter titan piiilosopiiies, you start iiaving problems. ... It's not the facility that makes a school effective. It is the philosophy behind it. The people make • • • • • • : • • it work." According to the CCSD standard, each year-round school should have two kindergarten rooms, 20 classrooms and eight additional support classrooms. The support rooms accommodate art classes, computer labs, resource rooms and physical education. Michael Robison • '.• Galloway principal In addition, 607c of first and second grade students should be teamtaught while 40% have a single teacher in schools that do not have divisible classrooms. A total of 35 teaching stations should be available. To meet this standard, portables can be added. However, according to CCSD guidelines, only four portables are allowed at each school. Galloway and Mack elementary schools would need nine portables to comply with the teaching station requirement. Sewell Elementary would need eight. Teddie Brewer, principal of Mack Elementary, said no number of portables can bring the school into compliance. The school was built without a P.E. room (now a requirement). The multi-purpose/lunch room doubles for a gym when the weather is inclement. Students who have P.E. right before lunch simply do an alternate activity the last 15 minutes of class so the room can be prepared for the lunch crowd. Brewer points out that the school would fall short of this requirement even as a ninemonth school. Only a wing addition would bring the building into compliance. Mack Elementary has been on a year-round schedule for 12 years. Brewer said there has been very little turnover on the Mack faculty. She is concerned about how a nine-month schedule would affect the program. Brewer surveyed parents and faculty to determine how they felt about year-round versus a nine-month schedule. The overwhelming majority of both groups preferred year-round. 'There is a lot of concern in the community," Brewer said. "We have a very stable program. The test scores are good.... It's a wonderful situation. Our students do very well." 'The concern in the community is that we might create a situation that is a lot less stable, that the program won't be as consistent," Brewer said. The Attendance Zone Advisory Commission is reviewing zoning for all CCSD elementary schools. They are scheduled to make a proposal to the school board in February. One of the items they will consider is yearround scheduling and which schools should have such a schedule. Snider said AZAC^s required to follow CCSD policy. That means they must recommend See Zoning Page 10 Little, big sleuth in crime lab Thomas Lacy News Staff Writer When people hear the name Rich Little, they invariably picture the veteran impersonator who gained notoriety by mimicking such figures as Richard Nixon and John Wayne. But for Henderson criminals, the name may strike a chord for different reason. An identification technician for the Henderson PoHce De partment since 1988, the other Rich Little has played the lead role in developing a sophisticated crime lab that has helped to land more than a few criminals in the slammer. One important facet of the crime lab's success appears to be the development of a fingerprint identification system. According to Little, since many criminal investigations depend a large extent on fingerprint identification, establishing an efficient system was thf firstorder ofbusiness when he joined the Henderson Police Department. Moreover, by 1988 it was clear that the city was growing at a rapid pace, therefore, time was of the essence, he said. "When I came here the fingerprint system was not usable," Little said. "So the first thing I had to do was develop a system that worked." tl.uCb then,"tittle has compiled an extensive fingerprint file index. It was no small feat since it required him to read and file more than 100,000 sets of prints. With nearly 25 years experience as an identification tecKhTcian, Little has continued to keep up with ^e latest innovations in his field. The result has been the establishment of a highly specialized crime lab in Henderson. "Since I began working here, they have been very cooperative in providing me with everything I need for a topnotch lab," Little said. Consequently, the crime lab now houses an array of technologically advanced equipment. "We can do anything here with fingerprints that any lab in the country can do," Little said. Little said the processes used to obtain prints have evolved from using the standard black powder and brush to a multitude of options. "On some surfaces, like the new formica kind which are designed not to leave prints, we would use a special powder John Judge/News Staff CRIME LAB — Henderson identification technician Rich Little does his Sherlock Holmes impression as he uses a high-tech laser to read fingerprints recovered from a crime scene. and take a picture of the area," Little said. 'Then we would read the photograph under a laser and get the prints that way." Another method of collecting prints involves using a glass container that houses two small containers filled with liquids — one with super glue and the other water. A piece of evidence is then put into the container and heat is added to produce a "steaming effect." "The super glue brings the prints right to the surface on things that we normally would not be able to get prints from such as Naugahyde and leather," Little said. Presently, there are just two identification technicians for the police department, Little and Ed Skotty, who started as a volunteer about five years ago before being hired full-time. Little said field technicians, workers who have not received the specialized training, do some of the more routine fingerprint gathering and photograph crime scenes. However, Little and Skotty do most of the work in the lab. According to Skotty, fingerSee Crime Lab Page 7 John Judge/News Staff HAND PRINT — Ed Skotty demonstrates the techniques used to pull a hand print off of a piece of paper. Reserve Casino plans II Paul Szydeiko Managing Editor A bit of Africa is coming to Henderson. Officials of The Reserve Hotel and Casino rovfcalrd details of their architectural plans at the Henderson Planning Commission Thursday night. Multiple reddish-brown stucco textures and colors, green glass domes and a variety of animal sculptures will adorn the property, which will contain 224 rooms, a 53,215-square-foot casino, two restaurants and five fast-foot outlets. "What we're trying to do is set a new standard for outlying casinos," architect Mark Schuerer said. He added the plans "invoke a lost; city, or more of an Africa:ype theme." The motif includes a sky painted on the casino's vaulted ceiling, African-type huts over gaming areas, replicas of animal skins and features, and interior columns disguised as trees. The commission voted 6-0 to recommend approval of Gem Gaming's parking plan and architectural review. Commissioner George Bochanis was ab.sent from the meeting. In other business, the panel: •VotedS-lagainstaproposed See Reserve Page 10 INSIDE Miniature village alive at Christmas P.)()t' G Overview Deaths Money Management 9 Sports 11 Classifieds. 12 t4e. lOSraEdtlon KBMNttt (7n)iM-1N1 Cavalieri named employee of the year Thomas Lacy News Staff Writer John Judge/News Staff AWARD — Peramedic Capt. Jim Cavalieri was recently named both the Decmbr Employee of the Month and Employee of the Year for the dty of Hernlervon. i A Henderson firefighter has been named Outstanding Employee of the Year for 1995. James Cavalieri, a captain and paramedic for the Henderson Fire Department, was bestowed the honor for his selfless service above the call of duty. Prior to receiving the prestigious award, Cavalieri was named employee of the month in December. Cavalieri devotes much of his time, both on and off-duty, to the Department Pool Watch Program which has been offered the last two summers. During the previous year, Cavalieri volunteered for a project which ultimately proved very beneficial for the fire department. In January, when an engineering firm prepared to build a 4 1/2 mile, 84-inch tunnel in Henderson, they needed a primary rescue team to be trained to handle any emergencies that may occur. The firm approached the fire department to see if they would consider taking the project. Shortly thereafter, a request was made for volunteers from the fire department's Suppression Division to assist with the project. Cavalieri was the only one to come forward. Cavalieri's duties consisted of analyzing the project to determine whether it was cost-effective for the Henderson Fire Department to provide rescue for the tunnel project. As a result of his efforts, the city now has a fully trained confined space and tunnel rescue team. The total cost to train the team, $160,000, was paid by the engineering firm. In addition to his work as a firefighter, Cavalieri is also known for hfs off-duty efforts. He has dedicated substantial time to counseling members of the community when they are facing difficult situations. Within the last year, Cavalieri became the fourth member of the Henderson Fire Department to complete the Fire Officer II program. Co-workers said that Cavalieri, a life-long Henderson resident, has also developed a reputation for not only helping victims, but for providing solace to the victim's famiKes •>Hr'

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Page 2 Henderson Homt Nws Tuesday, December 26,1995 i|U>*w--.-ae*tf^ i • i i*

i t. iifc i, CLEARAMCEI •Tree Stands • Outdoor lighting Original Prices Entire Stock ol Mstinss Trim-A-Hoine • Lights • Ornaments • Treetoppers • Electric novelties • Water balls • Animated figures • Nativities Holiday dishes Serveware Nutcrackers Collectible figurines Plush figures Porcelain houses And More PERCENTOFF 4 HOUR SPECIAL OFFER MAY BE USED ON REGULAR SALE OR CLEARANCE MERCHANDISE BUT CANNOT BE COMBINED WITH ANY COUPON OFFER OR USED ON PRIOR SALES IN STOCK MERCHANDISE ONLY BulCard* Dtf e rr rt IMing Infomulion Mnmuni craM puictiat ri9iand a SKM DaltriMl purcnoet a • on yom sWennnl MM no piyinM dut unH Mlfc^ 1M6 H detamd Max* s pM) m M tiy MhrcK Ml accrue no xiKftst Non-4iMmd punMsn ratmn a mmm m RMMir ptyimnt o) 3% of brinx Of $tO t ^ wC h evt' is gmtn Oatnrad Mng ntiMMi only on in stodi mtrchandse pufCtaMd mrougx 12^% n|i or ifMH onto puroont Ha Cr f is a crit MTVICC ol Bar* Dm Ot^an NA Dayton OH. APIU1 H\ Itrm Hoiiniir^"S a ndwliy l i i w l o n. tiiw>an.flidfor1is.Proo farwiKilpn andBa^JoiwfcySlores Cli HOO-WO-KST lor Don mm aid ocaliont noariRl you or cdact lt BUIMK Mctnn o* your local (Mnt dincnry HtoiiaBBguuHUiiJw^

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P0 4 Henderson Home News Tuesday, December 26,1995 Firemen help local family ThomM Lacy News Staff Writer Six-year-old Dennis Roos had one wish for Christmas. He wanted the outside of his house to be decked with multi-colored Christmas lights like he'd seen on so many other Henderson homes. However, it looked as though the hoy's dream would go unanswered, because is father Russell is on a waiti list for a liver transplant and as he explained it, "times have been a bit lean for the family." But following a phone call from the boy's aunt to the Henderson Fire Departmejit, little Dennis got his wish after all. On Thursday, the elder Roos said he was contacted by the Henderson Fire Department and told they had learned of the boy's Christmas wish. Less than an hour later, a contingent of personnel ranging from entry-level firefighters to the assistant fire chief came bearing lights for the home. When they were finished, lights hung from the roof and around the windows as well as some in the tree in front of the home. "We received a call from,the boy's aunt in Iowa who told us one of the boy's wishes was to have his home outfitted with Christmas lights," said Jim Cavalieri, a captain with the Henderson Fire Department. "We visited with Assistant Chief Joe Hill and he approved it so we went out there and put the lights up." "I just thought it was real nice that they came out here and put up those lights," Roos said. "My son had told me that he would rather have Christmas lights than gifts, but it didn't look like it was going to be possible until the firemen put up the lights." Cavalieri said the lights were on hand at the fire station and were used in previous years. "We had the lights stored in a box and we we're all just happy that we were able to go out there and put the lights up," he said. "If this was all it took to make a little boy happy, then we were glad to do it." SW Gas emplc^ees recognized Two Southwest Gas employees have been recognized for their accomplishments. Tommie Barrett, administrative secretary for the sales department; and Joanna Peccitto-Blockey, communications representative in corporate communications, have received the company's 1995 Community Spirit Award in Southern Nevada. The award is presented annually by the company's employee volunteer program to recognize employees who have distinguished themselves through volunteer efforts in the community. Barrett is a longtime volunteer. Each year during the holidays, she and her husband cook five turkeys and enough food to feed more than 100. They make gift baskets containing homemade jellies and cookies. Her other volunteer work includes: raising funds for more than 20 years for the March of Dimes, and work on behalf of Christmas in April, Cornerstone Christian Fellowship, Salvation Army Angel Tree Project, United Blood Services, and the Neighborhood Olympics program. Blockey serves as a board member for the Nevada Law Foundation which provides funds to the Court Appointed Special Nevada DUI desk Every year in the U.S. 1 milhon people are injured in drunk driving crashes. Every 25 minutes an American is killed as the result of a drunk driving crash. In Nevada alone, 42% of all highway crashes were alcoholrelated. In an effort to provide judges and prosecutors with the most effective ways to handle these cases. The National Judicial College was awarded a grant by the Nevada Office of Traffic Safety to produce "The Nevada DW Deskbook: A Guide for Judges and Prosecutors." Because Nevadans are demanding that the judicial system. prosecutors and law enforcement handle these cases in an efficient and consistent manner, this publication is vitally important. Due to the heavy caseload, there is less consistency in resolving these cases than is desired. The heavy caseload is attributed to a heightened public demand for action, enhanced technology in detecting impairing substances in drivers, tougher legislation for offenders, and stricter enforcement by policing agencies. "Development of this reference book will greatly assist in the rapid, consistent and thorough prosecution of DUI offenders in Advocate (CASA) program and the Clark County Pro Bono Project, providing free legal service to those who can't afford it. She also serves as editor of the Foundation's newsletter. Her othervqjunteer activities include the Mountain View Adventist Church, and the Clark County Safe Kids Project. To recognize their achievements, the Employee Volunteer Team program will donate $500 to each winner's designated charity. Barrett's award will go^ to the Crisis Pregnancy Center. Blockey has selected the Nevada Law Foundation. available Nevada," said Judge V. Robert Payant, president of The National Judicial College. The book be available to judges and prosecutors in hard copy form as well as on computer disk (Word Perfect 5.1). The National Judicial College, located on the campus of the Qniversity of Nevada, Reno, is :he one place where judges from around the nation and the world meet to improve the delivery of justice and advance the rule of law through a disciplined process of professional study and collegial dialogue. Resolution Run' set for Jan. 6 The Resolution Run '96 will be held beginningatS a.m. Saturday, Jan. 6,1996, in the Green Valley area of Henderson. It is being sponsored by Accessibility Compliance Team/USA, Olive Garden Italian Restaurant of Green Valley and PriceCostco of Henderson. A one-mile Fun Rim, and a special 1/2-mile Run/Walk for people with disabilities will also be held. ACT is one of the leading community-based, non-profit organizations that provides Americans with Disabihties Act awareness and compliance assistance, and legal, rehabilitation and travel services for people with disabilities. A vendor fair and exhibits will be held in conjunction with the race, fi^om 7:30 to 10 a.m. at the site, offering displays, free offers and product samples. The registration fee is $15. A special $5 registration is available for any person whose disability is covered under the ADA. Call Ken Little, 566-8438, to register forthe sanctioned race, to request information regarding sponsorship or the vendor fair, or to request special accommodations that may be needed by people with disabihties. THE NEWS COVERS YOUR COMMUNITY CW YEAR'S WE PARfY"^ 9:00 P.M. n?''^ Join us for fun, dancing and entertainment. I FREE hats and horns and a glass of ciiampagne, food and coci(tail specials. All of Tom's Gang will be there! ^ 444 Sunset Rd. HendereoD • 564-5551 ^ ^^spital in 1985, worked in various parts of the hospital until being asked to become a part-time employee and coordinator of Lifeline. She intends to stay active at the hospital in spite of her plans to retire as program coordinator. Brown names students of month The October students of the month of Brown Junior High School were honored with a luncheon and drawings for prizes on Oct. 26. Students named include: Sara GrifT, Administration; Andrea Scoble, Electives/Explorations; Kim Wiklund, English; Danielle Miller, Honors Core; Chelsea North, Math; Elizabeth Reiswig, PE/Health; Melissa Chernoff, Reading; Mindy McNulty, Science; Zacheriah Jacobson, Social Studies; Scott Bement, Special UNLV senior programs preview sclieduled Programs; Estaban Mota, Sixth Grade Team A; and Desirae Boudreaux, Sixth Grade Team B. The Leadership Class recommended guidelines for the selection of students. Criteria included grades, attendance, cooperation, citizenship, improved performance, attitude, extra effort and determination to succeed. HIGHEST YIELDING CDs "usT FDIC INSURED y.02 % NO CHARGES NO FEES SEIBT FINANCIAL SERVICES 2620 Regatta Dr. #207B (Summerlin) 341-5902 4451 E. Sunset Rd. #9 : (Green Valley) 898-3587 •Average Annual Yield as of 12-25-95 8645 W, Sahara (The Lakes) 254-6613 Albrecht receives Tribute Award Fred Albrecht, UNLVs executive director of alumni and community relations, earlier this month received the Tribute Award from the regional division of the Council for Advancement and Support of Education. The tribute award is presented an nual ly to CAS E members from District VII whohave maintained the highest standards of professionalism in their advancement careers and have shared expertise with other members. Albrecht, who has been at UNLV for 25 years, was one of two recipients of this year's honor, presented during a conference in San Francisco. To be eligible, CASE members mustbe nominated by peers. "I was really pleased because it comes from my peers," Albrecht said. "I've known many of the previous recipients, and I feel honored to be included in this prestigious group." He was described in a program for the awards ceremony as someone who "has excelled as an advancement professional. He is respected for his tireless efforts in alumni affairs, fund raising, university advancement, philanthropy, and athletics." The program also noted that Albrecht volunteered for many conference committees at the district level and displayed his commitment to students by supporting student alumni associates. He has spent 23 of his years at UNLV as director of alumni relations. He oversaw the university's athletic fund-raising efforts from 1983 to 1988 and served as interim athletic director earlier this year He previously served as tennis coach and assistant basketball coach. Studenf art displayed at Brown Can you create something special, something magical, something beautiful, something that is personal and yet can be shared with others? *.;V "-^ The art class at Brown Junior High has provided students an opportunity to experience success in all these areas. Examples of their excellent work is on display throughout the school. The art work enhances the school, and instills a sense of pride within the students. Extended Education Center for Lifelong Learning has scheduled an informational meeting regarding spring courses at 10 a.m. Jan. 6, 1996, in the lobby of Ham Concert Hall on campus. EXCELL courses are conducted by members of the group and covers subjects from Nevada History to conversational Japanese. Two courses to be offered center on cinema. One features classic movies while another will focus on movies that recreate historical events. This spring 20 courses will be offered. The semester EXCELL membership fee is $35, which allows members to register for as many courses as they wish. For more information, call 895-3394. Newcomers to meet The Desert Newcomers Club, will hold its monthly coffee meeting at 10 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 28, in the Green Valley Library, Sunset and Green Valley Parkway. For more information on the social group for women who have lived in the ar6a for three years or-less, call 361-6906. IP' I I I • I i I I I FREE DONOT! with any size ^QffQQl Expires 1/5/96 DUNKIN' DONUTS" 2580 Wigwam Pkwy. at Pecos • 896-4016'TAe ^int Lady ATXENTION EVERYONE ^ Any Car or Truck Tint '^ Only im Liietime Warranly SHEEPSKINS from S25' NELLIS 1 Block South ol Cheyenne 644-3100 WEST SAHARA al Sahara & Decalu' 252-3100 EAST SUNSET Next lo Sun$et Gaidens 456-3100 GREEN VALLEY At Green Valley Car Wash 458-3111 NEVADA'S OLDEST SAME OWNER! C^OSISBI Where Locals Brins Tlieir Friends FLAMINGO AND BOULDER HIGHWAY ^Happy New Year ^ Gateway Plaza ishing everyone a happy, healthy New Year. Gateway Plaza Merchants are loobing forward to serving you in 1996. Gateway Plaza, located on the south east comer of Sunset and Valle Verde, has 7 convenient shops and businesses suited to your on-the-go needs. (S^Gateway Plaza Little Caesars Pizza Electric Beach Tanning Deja Vu Hair Salon 7-EIeven Food Store Developed and managed by American Nevada corporttion A Greenspan Companjr 458-8855 State Farm Insurance Murphy Chiropractic Bradley's Cleaners

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P0 4 Henderson Home News Tuesday, December 26,1995 Firemen help local family ThomM Lacy News Staff Writer Six-year-old Dennis Roos had one wish for Christmas. He wanted the outside of his house to be decked with multi-colored Christmas lights like he'd seen on so many other Henderson homes. However, it looked as though the hoy's dream would go unanswered, because is father Russell is on a waiti list for a liver transplant and as he explained it, "times have been a bit lean for the family." But following a phone call from the boy's aunt to the Henderson Fire Departmejit, little Dennis got his wish after all. On Thursday, the elder Roos said he was contacted by the Henderson Fire Department and told they had learned of the boy's Christmas wish. Less than an hour later, a contingent of personnel ranging from entry-level firefighters to the assistant fire chief came bearing lights for the home. When they were finished, lights hung from the roof and around the windows as well as some in the tree in front of the home. "We received a call from,the boy's aunt in Iowa who told us one of the boy's wishes was to have his home outfitted with Christmas lights," said Jim Cavalieri, a captain with the Henderson Fire Department. "We visited with Assistant Chief Joe Hill and he approved it so we went out there and put the lights up." "I just thought it was real nice that they came out here and put up those lights," Roos said. "My son had told me that he would rather have Christmas lights than gifts, but it didn't look like it was going to be possible until the firemen put up the lights." Cavalieri said the lights were on hand at the fire station and were used in previous years. "We had the lights stored in a box and we we're all just happy that we were able to go out there and put the lights up," he said. "If this was all it took to make a little boy happy, then we were glad to do it." SW Gas emplc^ees recognized Two Southwest Gas employees have been recognized for their accomplishments. Tommie Barrett, administrative secretary for the sales department; and Joanna Peccitto-Blockey, communications representative in corporate communications, have received the company's 1995 Community Spirit Award in Southern Nevada. The award is presented annually by the company's employee volunteer program to recognize employees who have distinguished themselves through volunteer efforts in the community. Barrett is a longtime volunteer. Each year during the holidays, she and her husband cook five turkeys and enough food to feed more than 100. They make gift baskets containing homemade jellies and cookies. Her other volunteer work includes: raising funds for more than 20 years for the March of Dimes, and work on behalf of Christmas in April, Cornerstone Christian Fellowship, Salvation Army Angel Tree Project, United Blood Services, and the Neighborhood Olympics program. Blockey serves as a board member for the Nevada Law Foundation which provides funds to the Court Appointed Special Nevada DUI desk Every year in the U.S. 1 milhon people are injured in drunk driving crashes. Every 25 minutes an American is killed as the result of a drunk driving crash. In Nevada alone, 42% of all highway crashes were alcoholrelated. In an effort to provide judges and prosecutors with the most effective ways to handle these cases. The National Judicial College was awarded a grant by the Nevada Office of Traffic Safety to produce "The Nevada DW Deskbook: A Guide for Judges and Prosecutors." Because Nevadans are demanding that the judicial system. prosecutors and law enforcement handle these cases in an efficient and consistent manner, this publication is vitally important. Due to the heavy caseload, there is less consistency in resolving these cases than is desired. The heavy caseload is attributed to a heightened public demand for action, enhanced technology in detecting impairing substances in drivers, tougher legislation for offenders, and stricter enforcement by policing agencies. "Development of this reference book will greatly assist in the rapid, consistent and thorough prosecution of DUI offenders in Advocate (CASA) program and the Clark County Pro Bono Project, providing free legal service to those who can't afford it. She also serves as editor of the Foundation's newsletter. Her othervqjunteer activities include the Mountain View Adventist Church, and the Clark County Safe Kids Project. To recognize their achievements, the Employee Volunteer Team program will donate $500 to each winner's designated charity. Barrett's award will go^ to the Crisis Pregnancy Center. Blockey has selected the Nevada Law Foundation. available Nevada," said Judge V. Robert Payant, president of The National Judicial College. The book be available to judges and prosecutors in hard copy form as well as on computer disk (Word Perfect 5.1). The National Judicial College, located on the campus of the Qniversity of Nevada, Reno, is :he one place where judges from around the nation and the world meet to improve the delivery of justice and advance the rule of law through a disciplined process of professional study and collegial dialogue. Resolution Run' set for Jan. 6 The Resolution Run '96 will be held beginningatS a.m. Saturday, Jan. 6,1996, in the Green Valley area of Henderson. It is being sponsored by Accessibility Compliance Team/USA, Olive Garden Italian Restaurant of Green Valley and PriceCostco of Henderson. A one-mile Fun Rim, and a special 1/2-mile Run/Walk for people with disabilities will also be held. ACT is one of the leading community-based, non-profit organizations that provides Americans with Disabihties Act awareness and compliance assistance, and legal, rehabilitation and travel services for people with disabilities. A vendor fair and exhibits will be held in conjunction with the race, fi^om 7:30 to 10 a.m. at the site, offering displays, free offers and product samples. The registration fee is $15. A special $5 registration is available for any person whose disability is covered under the ADA. Call Ken Little, 566-8438, to register forthe sanctioned race, to request information regarding sponsorship or the vendor fair, or to request special accommodations that may be needed by people with disabihties. THE NEWS COVERS YOUR COMMUNITY CW YEAR'S WE PARfY"^ 9:00 P.M. n?''^ Join us for fun, dancing and entertainment. I FREE hats and horns and a glass of ciiampagne, food and coci(tail specials. All of Tom's Gang will be there! ^ 444 Sunset Rd. HendereoD • 564-5551 ^ ^^spital in 1985, worked in various parts of the hospital until being asked to become a part-time employee and coordinator of Lifeline. She intends to stay active at the hospital in spite of her plans to retire as program coordinator. Brown names students of month The October students of the month of Brown Junior High School were honored with a luncheon and drawings for prizes on Oct. 26. Students named include: Sara GrifT, Administration; Andrea Scoble, Electives/Explorations; Kim Wiklund, English; Danielle Miller, Honors Core; Chelsea North, Math; Elizabeth Reiswig, PE/Health; Melissa Chernoff, Reading; Mindy McNulty, Science; Zacheriah Jacobson, Social Studies; Scott Bement, Special UNLV senior programs preview sclieduled Programs; Estaban Mota, Sixth Grade Team A; and Desirae Boudreaux, Sixth Grade Team B. The Leadership Class recommended guidelines for the selection of students. Criteria included grades, attendance, cooperation, citizenship, improved performance, attitude, extra effort and determination to succeed. HIGHEST YIELDING CDs "usT FDIC INSURED y.02 % NO CHARGES NO FEES SEIBT FINANCIAL SERVICES 2620 Regatta Dr. #207B (Summerlin) 341-5902 4451 E. Sunset Rd. #9 : (Green Valley) 898-3587 •Average Annual Yield as of 12-25-95 8645 W, Sahara (The Lakes) 254-6613 Albrecht receives Tribute Award Fred Albrecht, UNLVs executive director of alumni and community relations, earlier this month received the Tribute Award from the regional division of the Council for Advancement and Support of Education. The tribute award is presented an nual ly to CAS E members from District VII whohave maintained the highest standards of professionalism in their advancement careers and have shared expertise with other members. Albrecht, who has been at UNLV for 25 years, was one of two recipients of this year's honor, presented during a conference in San Francisco. To be eligible, CASE members mustbe nominated by peers. "I was really pleased because it comes from my peers," Albrecht said. "I've known many of the previous recipients, and I feel honored to be included in this prestigious group." He was described in a program for the awards ceremony as someone who "has excelled as an advancement professional. He is respected for his tireless efforts in alumni affairs, fund raising, university advancement, philanthropy, and athletics." The program also noted that Albrecht volunteered for many conference committees at the district level and displayed his commitment to students by supporting student alumni associates. He has spent 23 of his years at UNLV as director of alumni relations. He oversaw the university's athletic fund-raising efforts from 1983 to 1988 and served as interim athletic director earlier this year He previously served as tennis coach and assistant basketball coach. Studenf art displayed at Brown Can you create something special, something magical, something beautiful, something that is personal and yet can be shared with others? *.;V "-^ The art class at Brown Junior High has provided students an opportunity to experience success in all these areas. Examples of their excellent work is on display throughout the school. The art work enhances the school, and instills a sense of pride within the students. Extended Education Center for Lifelong Learning has scheduled an informational meeting regarding spring courses at 10 a.m. Jan. 6, 1996, in the lobby of Ham Concert Hall on campus. EXCELL courses are conducted by members of the group and covers subjects from Nevada History to conversational Japanese. Two courses to be offered center on cinema. One features classic movies while another will focus on movies that recreate historical events. This spring 20 courses will be offered. The semester EXCELL membership fee is $35, which allows members to register for as many courses as they wish. For more information, call 895-3394. Newcomers to meet The Desert Newcomers Club, will hold its monthly coffee meeting at 10 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 28, in the Green Valley Library, Sunset and Green Valley Parkway. For more information on the social group for women who have lived in the ar6a for three years or-less, call 361-6906. IP' I I I • I i I I I FREE DONOT! with any size ^QffQQl Expires 1/5/96 DUNKIN' DONUTS" 2580 Wigwam Pkwy. at Pecos • 896-4016'TAe ^int Lady ATXENTION EVERYONE ^ Any Car or Truck Tint '^ Only im Liietime Warranly SHEEPSKINS from S25' NELLIS 1 Block South ol Cheyenne 644-3100 WEST SAHARA al Sahara & Decalu' 252-3100 EAST SUNSET Next lo Sun$et Gaidens 456-3100 GREEN VALLEY At Green Valley Car Wash 458-3111 NEVADA'S OLDEST SAME OWNER! C^OSISBI Where Locals Brins Tlieir Friends FLAMINGO AND BOULDER HIGHWAY ^Happy New Year ^ Gateway Plaza ishing everyone a happy, healthy New Year. Gateway Plaza Merchants are loobing forward to serving you in 1996. Gateway Plaza, located on the south east comer of Sunset and Valle Verde, has 7 convenient shops and businesses suited to your on-the-go needs. (S^Gateway Plaza Little Caesars Pizza Electric Beach Tanning Deja Vu Hair Salon 7-EIeven Food Store Developed and managed by American Nevada corporttion A Greenspan Companjr 458-8855 State Farm Insurance Murphy Chiropractic Bradley's Cleaners

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Tuesday, December 26,1995 Henderson Horn* Ntwt Pag* 7 Page 6 Henderson Home News Tuesday, December 26,1995 Stories at Spring Mountain RancI] The Nevada Division of State Parks will sponsor "Stories on the Mountain" Dec. 27 at Spring Mountain Ranch State Park. Children of all agee are invited to snuggle up in the Ranch House, as fireside stories are told. Andrea Sweet, a Clark County Library storyteller, will tell the stories in her animated style at 11 a.m., 12 and 1 p.m., and will run from 30 to 45 minutes. Sign-ups are suggested as space in the Ranch House is limited. For more information or sign-ups, call the park office, 8754141. Spring Mountain Ranch State Park is located in the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, 15 mil^s west of Las Vegas, via Charleston Blvd. HOLIDAY FURNITURE SALE • NEW FURNITURE ARRIVING EVERYDAY! • DEAL WITH THE BOSSES • NEW AND USED FURNITURE PHILLIPS FURNITURE ACROSS I KOM IIMI I 4 J 5 Lake McaJ 505-6050 Tired Of Endosurgic Weight Control Center (EWCC) has the ANSWJER l Calll-800-6n-EW<3^' EWCC is a Surgical Weight Loss Progi^un May call 7 days, 24 hmm (CcMTeci by most insurance, consult brochure Rob Weidenfeld/News Staff CHRISTMAS COLLECTION — Julia Menasco has a unique collection of Christmas memorabilia, including a pasteboard village dating back to the early 1920s. e44^^a^ *ft # 0 U n^ 770 Sunset Strip U1 dll W ^ Between Boulder Hwy. & 1 95 r'^l Open24Hrs. 566-3278 .49^ BREAKFAST eVEWfOAY KAKAOKf THUKSMVS 1^ J)1^ SAWKMYS MOflMYS^^M mONESVAVS SPAGHETTI $2.99 FRIDAYS ,99^ HAMBUUGSHS TUESDAYS .25^ QUESADILIAS Village alive with memories ****#J-ii###ii*#ili|i|i|t|£# Kathy Streeter News Staff Writer A miniature village is nestled beneath Julia Menasco's Christmas free. .^ Some of the tiny buildings, dating back to the early 1920s, were first owned by her grandmother. Othersformed childhood memories under her mother's Christmas tree. Menasco owns between 40 and 50 of the pasteboard homes, churches and shops. Cellophane windows glow with the light of tiny light bulbs, and miniature trees dappled with snow form the front landscape. The village is a Christmas tradition dating back more than 50 years in the Menasco home. Children, grandchildren, friends and neighbors added to the display until it overflowed and took on the appearance of a modern subdivision. Ahandpainted ceramicvillage sits beside and in front of the tree. It is filled with memorabilia and mementos of many Menasco family events. NEW YEAR'S EYE PARTY %r r^ There is the tiny American flag Julia waved as her late husband, Ho, returned from China (he was Assistant Secretary of Labor for President Nixon), a train set one of her three sons received in the 1950s, tiny dolls from trips to Germany, Sweden and Mexico and a grandson's addition of Sunset Boulevard (complete with palm trees). It takes Menasco three days to put it all together, but the display represents Christmas for her six children, 13 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. ALYSTRA GIVE AWAY CELEBRATION BEGINNING JANUARY 15 AT 7:00 P.M. Drawing tickets will be distributed beginning January 1, 1996. One lucky Club Alystra member could win $^ 00000 4996 DRAWINGS WILL BE HELD JAN. 15 JAN. 29 Jt .JL, Detail posted m the casino Management reserves the right to alter or discontinue pronnotion at anytime. Winners must be present to win. Lucky 7-11 Winner Roy F. Moore ^" $701100 PEC.31"9miito? • 4h Mr'Mr Mrrr^r Mr Hors D' Oeuvres Party Favors Midnight Champagne Toast Live Music By BLACK MOUNIHIIU Mr.2^^^ py Mr BwifeB GET 4 ACES & WIN A GOLD NUGGET From 7pm to 7am Max Coins* No Wild Cards lALYSTRA ALYSTRA CASINO |/ GOLD RUSH CASINO jj/ 1195 W. Sunset • Sunset & 1-9 %' Across From Home Depot '^ 454-0544 333 SUNSET RD. HENDERSON • YOUR EVERYDAY GETA-WAY • 5648555 ^i^M^^M4^^M^MM^^M^^MB •.|A THE NEWS IS YOUR CoMiviUNiTY NEWSPAPER ^ Call 24 Hours 474-6699 NEPTUNE SOCIETY Simple Cremation Includes: Removal from place of death Preparation of death certificates and permits Cremation, minimum urn and land scattering. 495 00 Fully Licensed PRENEED ARRANGEMENTS Monthly Pm/mtnls Total Costs No Hidden Chargn 259-6667 nil Las Vegas Blvd. No., • Las Vegas, NV 89101 Simple Direct Burial $995 Includes: Casket and Graveside Service at Veteran's Cemetery, I Name. -Age Address .State. -Zip I I City_ I Phone I Please rush me without obligation your special information .For: QCrenriation Q Burial Q Sea Scattering -i • I Don't Settle for Less Than To boy or sell a home call SALpS TEAJH ^the #1 BEAt EST John Judge/News Staff .. ;. y ..' • : • .[ • • \ • '.' '/ '.^%,;i; BLOOD STAIN — Rich Little of the Henderson Police Department's crime lab demonstrated the use of a blood detection kit. Police identification technicians can determine if a spot is blood or some other substance, allowing the police to concentrate their efforts on evidence relevant to the case. • • • -' • : •/ • • ^' CRIME LAB: High-tech investigation From Page 1 Ktfi 'jn^%^ VhVl*^> iiiJ CENTERFOLD Sr" 1024 N. Boulder Hwy. (Next to Jokers Wild) Must be 21 No Cover I he reputation the Sweeney's have develop)€d with their clients and the real estate community is undisputed. Proof is that 85% of their business is done with past clients and referrals. Let the professionailshcindleyour real estate needs. The results will speak for themselves. Over $30 Million Soldi Contact Bob & Loren Sweeney today to answer your real eatate needs. fug Better /imencana Group, REALTORS Pager: 389-2400 Cellular: 596-5265 Multi-Million Dollar Producers • 19^/1-'95 Company's Leading Team print gathering and identification is normally a process of elimination. "The human body secretes 28 different kinds of chemicals and with our methods we have here, we can produce latent prints from any one of them or a combination of them," Skotty said. "What you have is a cascading effect. You try one process and ifthat doesn't work, you try something else." Skotty credits Little for providinghim with much of his training. "Ninety percent of what I know, I learned from him," Skotty said. "Other agencies like the Secret Service and the FBL they come here and tap his brain." In his 25 years in the field, Little estimated that he has read about 500,000 sets of prints and worked between 10,000 and 15,000 crime scenes. I^MfgfSfMf^i^Si^l^S^^ • • • • NEW YEARS EVE BASH! An example of a finger-print, using laser technology Sunday, December 31st • CS I ,1111 if ~A K 4t NEW YEAR'S EVE .;:v.:-S' BASH. • :-., tat the ALYSTRA • Fun • Great Food • Party Favors Dinner Wine Ar after Dinner Drinks CHAMPAGNE at MIDNIGliT for Everyonel (Transportation available If needed.) Two DINNER CHOICES Dinner for T wo Dinner for Two ^Mushroom Caps stuffed with Crab Baked Brie with Raspberry Sauce Italian Vinaigrette salad Caesar Salad Fillet Stuffed Sea Bass Potato Puree Chrysanthemum Onions Green Beans with Water Chestnuts Snow Peas Other menu DESSERT CHOICES item, available TiramisU or Pastry Puff Baked Apple Dinners served from 4pm to 2am. per couple No (ubttitutes please. $1000 $1000 $1000 at 7pm! at 9pm! ^ at 11;30pm! / • v;^:^ $4000 ^^tanijJanl) J •^M FREE Hors D' Oeuvres, Champagne & Party Favors! LIVE ENTERTAINMENT STATE OF HEM i\': beginning at 8pm |;niX)BSTER& PRIME RIB Served after 4pm Jesters Court • • 564-8555 333 Suiuet Rd. Henderson ALYSTRA Your Everyday Get-A-Way CASINO Another Fine Boyd Gaming Property • Boulder Hwy, between Lake Mead i Sunset ^^S^^^Sti^iimimm^

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Tuesday, December 26,1995 Henderson Horn* Ntwt Pag* 7 Page 6 Henderson Home News Tuesday, December 26,1995 Stories at Spring Mountain RancI] The Nevada Division of State Parks will sponsor "Stories on the Mountain" Dec. 27 at Spring Mountain Ranch State Park. Children of all agee are invited to snuggle up in the Ranch House, as fireside stories are told. Andrea Sweet, a Clark County Library storyteller, will tell the stories in her animated style at 11 a.m., 12 and 1 p.m., and will run from 30 to 45 minutes. Sign-ups are suggested as space in the Ranch House is limited. For more information or sign-ups, call the park office, 8754141. Spring Mountain Ranch State Park is located in the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, 15 mil^s west of Las Vegas, via Charleston Blvd. HOLIDAY FURNITURE SALE • NEW FURNITURE ARRIVING EVERYDAY! • DEAL WITH THE BOSSES • NEW AND USED FURNITURE PHILLIPS FURNITURE ACROSS I KOM IIMI I 4 J 5 Lake McaJ 505-6050 Tired Of Endosurgic Weight Control Center (EWCC) has the ANSWJER l Calll-800-6n-EW<3^' EWCC is a Surgical Weight Loss Progi^un May call 7 days, 24 hmm (CcMTeci by most insurance, consult brochure Rob Weidenfeld/News Staff CHRISTMAS COLLECTION — Julia Menasco has a unique collection of Christmas memorabilia, including a pasteboard village dating back to the early 1920s. e44^^a^ *ft # 0 U n^ 770 Sunset Strip U1 dll W ^ Between Boulder Hwy. & 1 95 r'^l Open24Hrs. 566-3278 .49^ BREAKFAST eVEWfOAY KAKAOKf THUKSMVS 1^ J)1^ SAWKMYS MOflMYS^^M mONESVAVS SPAGHETTI $2.99 FRIDAYS ,99^ HAMBUUGSHS TUESDAYS .25^ QUESADILIAS Village alive with memories ****#J-ii###ii*#ili|i|i|t|£# Kathy Streeter News Staff Writer A miniature village is nestled beneath Julia Menasco's Christmas free. .^ Some of the tiny buildings, dating back to the early 1920s, were first owned by her grandmother. Othersformed childhood memories under her mother's Christmas tree. Menasco owns between 40 and 50 of the pasteboard homes, churches and shops. Cellophane windows glow with the light of tiny light bulbs, and miniature trees dappled with snow form the front landscape. The village is a Christmas tradition dating back more than 50 years in the Menasco home. Children, grandchildren, friends and neighbors added to the display until it overflowed and took on the appearance of a modern subdivision. Ahandpainted ceramicvillage sits beside and in front of the tree. It is filled with memorabilia and mementos of many Menasco family events. NEW YEAR'S EYE PARTY %r r^ There is the tiny American flag Julia waved as her late husband, Ho, returned from China (he was Assistant Secretary of Labor for President Nixon), a train set one of her three sons received in the 1950s, tiny dolls from trips to Germany, Sweden and Mexico and a grandson's addition of Sunset Boulevard (complete with palm trees). It takes Menasco three days to put it all together, but the display represents Christmas for her six children, 13 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. ALYSTRA GIVE AWAY CELEBRATION BEGINNING JANUARY 15 AT 7:00 P.M. Drawing tickets will be distributed beginning January 1, 1996. One lucky Club Alystra member could win $^ 00000 4996 DRAWINGS WILL BE HELD JAN. 15 JAN. 29 Jt .JL, Detail posted m the casino Management reserves the right to alter or discontinue pronnotion at anytime. Winners must be present to win. Lucky 7-11 Winner Roy F. Moore ^" $701100 PEC.31"9miito? • 4h Mr'Mr Mrrr^r Mr Hors D' Oeuvres Party Favors Midnight Champagne Toast Live Music By BLACK MOUNIHIIU Mr.2^^^ py Mr BwifeB GET 4 ACES & WIN A GOLD NUGGET From 7pm to 7am Max Coins* No Wild Cards lALYSTRA ALYSTRA CASINO |/ GOLD RUSH CASINO jj/ 1195 W. Sunset • Sunset & 1-9 %' Across From Home Depot '^ 454-0544 333 SUNSET RD. HENDERSON • YOUR EVERYDAY GETA-WAY • 5648555 ^i^M^^M4^^M^MM^^M^^MB •.|A THE NEWS IS YOUR CoMiviUNiTY NEWSPAPER ^ Call 24 Hours 474-6699 NEPTUNE SOCIETY Simple Cremation Includes: Removal from place of death Preparation of death certificates and permits Cremation, minimum urn and land scattering. 495 00 Fully Licensed PRENEED ARRANGEMENTS Monthly Pm/mtnls Total Costs No Hidden Chargn 259-6667 nil Las Vegas Blvd. No., • Las Vegas, NV 89101 Simple Direct Burial $995 Includes: Casket and Graveside Service at Veteran's Cemetery, I Name. -Age Address .State. -Zip I I City_ I Phone I Please rush me without obligation your special information .For: QCrenriation Q Burial Q Sea Scattering -i • I Don't Settle for Less Than To boy or sell a home call SALpS TEAJH ^the #1 BEAt EST John Judge/News Staff .. ;. y ..' • : • .[ • • \ • '.' '/ '.^%,;i; BLOOD STAIN — Rich Little of the Henderson Police Department's crime lab demonstrated the use of a blood detection kit. Police identification technicians can determine if a spot is blood or some other substance, allowing the police to concentrate their efforts on evidence relevant to the case. • • • -' • : •/ • • ^' CRIME LAB: High-tech investigation From Page 1 Ktfi 'jn^%^ VhVl*^> iiiJ CENTERFOLD Sr" 1024 N. Boulder Hwy. (Next to Jokers Wild) Must be 21 No Cover I he reputation the Sweeney's have develop)€d with their clients and the real estate community is undisputed. Proof is that 85% of their business is done with past clients and referrals. Let the professionailshcindleyour real estate needs. The results will speak for themselves. Over $30 Million Soldi Contact Bob & Loren Sweeney today to answer your real eatate needs. fug Better /imencana Group, REALTORS Pager: 389-2400 Cellular: 596-5265 Multi-Million Dollar Producers • 19^/1-'95 Company's Leading Team print gathering and identification is normally a process of elimination. "The human body secretes 28 different kinds of chemicals and with our methods we have here, we can produce latent prints from any one of them or a combination of them," Skotty said. "What you have is a cascading effect. You try one process and ifthat doesn't work, you try something else." Skotty credits Little for providinghim with much of his training. "Ninety percent of what I know, I learned from him," Skotty said. "Other agencies like the Secret Service and the FBL they come here and tap his brain." In his 25 years in the field, Little estimated that he has read about 500,000 sets of prints and worked between 10,000 and 15,000 crime scenes. I^MfgfSfMf^i^Si^l^S^^ • • • • NEW YEARS EVE BASH! An example of a finger-print, using laser technology Sunday, December 31st • CS I ,1111 if ~A K 4t NEW YEAR'S EVE .;:v.:-S' BASH. • :-., tat the ALYSTRA • Fun • Great Food • Party Favors Dinner Wine Ar after Dinner Drinks CHAMPAGNE at MIDNIGliT for Everyonel (Transportation available If needed.) Two DINNER CHOICES Dinner for T wo Dinner for Two ^Mushroom Caps stuffed with Crab Baked Brie with Raspberry Sauce Italian Vinaigrette salad Caesar Salad Fillet Stuffed Sea Bass Potato Puree Chrysanthemum Onions Green Beans with Water Chestnuts Snow Peas Other menu DESSERT CHOICES item, available TiramisU or Pastry Puff Baked Apple Dinners served from 4pm to 2am. per couple No (ubttitutes please. $1000 $1000 $1000 at 7pm! at 9pm! ^ at 11;30pm! / • v;^:^ $4000 ^^tanijJanl) J •^M FREE Hors D' Oeuvres, Champagne & Party Favors! LIVE ENTERTAINMENT STATE OF HEM i\': beginning at 8pm |;niX)BSTER& PRIME RIB Served after 4pm Jesters Court • • 564-8555 333 Suiuet Rd. Henderson ALYSTRA Your Everyday Get-A-Way CASINO Another Fine Boyd Gaming Property • Boulder Hwy, between Lake Mead i Sunset ^^S^^^Sti^iimimm^

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Pages Henderson Home News Tuesday, December 26, 1995 DEATH AlfredlK Flowers Alfred W. Flowers, 76, died Friday, Dec. 22, 1995 in a local hospital. Born Jan. 21?," 1919^1 n~ Strattford, Okla., he had been a resident of Henderson for 46 years. He was a retired janitor, having worked for the school district, and a veteran of the U.S. Army, having served in World War II. He is survived by his wife, Victoria of Henderson; one son, Philip of Las Vegas; one sister, Venora Tracy of Odessa, Texas; five grandchildren and eight great grandchildren. Visitation will be held from 11 a.m. today at Palm MortuaryHenderson, followed at 2 p.m. by services at the Palm MortuaryHenderson Chapel. Arrangements were handled by Palm Mortuary of Henderson. Start the New Year off with an affordable & Beautiful new KITCHEN or BATH f~~--€^ from GREEN VALLEY KITCHENS & BATHS we are fully licensed & bonded #24297 Visit our showroom at... 6225 S. Mojavc, Ste. D and see our full line of Cardell Cabinets 458-5870 Courtesy Photo ^ SPECIAL PROGRAM—Phillip Gerard, left, and Joe Amaro, right, celebrate Christmas early as they shop for presents. R&R Advertising, Saturn of Henderson, Ford Country and the rest of the automotive dealers at the Valley Auto Mall all teamed up with the Division of dhild and Family Services as part of the Wednesday's Child Christmas program. McCarran passenger traffic neai-s^^^r^ GREEN VALLEY AREA More than 2.2 million passengers passed through McCarran International Airport during the month of November accounting for nearly 75,000 passengers a day. An average of 824 scheduled flights operated at McCarran, currently the 10th busiest airport in the U.S. "So far this year, 25,836,505 passengers have moved through our airport," said Robert N. Broadbent, director of the Clark County Department of Aviation. "We are about 1 million passengers short of breaking our 1994 record which we will achieve in December," he said. United led the msyor airlines in double-digit passenger growth with a 21.4% increase over the same period last year, followed by Trans World Airlines at 15%, and American at 14.8%. Regional carriers posted substantial gains over the same period last year as well. The top three regional carriers are Alaska at 32.8%, Reno Air at 25.9%, and Hawaiian Air at 20.9%. Travelers are reminded to arrive at the airport at least 90 minutes prior to their scheduled flight departure time. Passengers should call airlines to check the status of their flight, and should be prepared to show photo identification upon check-in. Getting a ride from family, fi-iends, or public transportation is encouraged. Remote parking is in effect and is located east of McCarran Airport on the north side of Russell Road and Kelly Lane. The charge is $4 per day. Free shuttle buses operate from the remote lot to Terminal 1 on a 24hour basis every 15 minutes. The shuttle drop-off and pick-up points are the same. To avoid delays at departure curbs, it is recommended that travelers use the west end of the Hospice offers volunteer course The Nathan Adelson Hospice will begin its winter Volunteer Education Course on Jan. 20, 1996. Those interested in becoming patient care hospice volunteers are provided with 36 hours of training covering listening skills, communication, death and dying, and emotional support. Once the initial training period is over, volunteers are asked to spend four to six hours a week working with Hospice patients and families. Those interested in participating must call by Jan. 12, 1996. For more information, call Dee King, 733-0320 The Nathan Adelson Hospice is a community supported program that has been offering quality care and compassionate support to terminally ill patients and their families since 1980. Patients who choose hospice care are no longer interested in finding a cure for their disease, but want to focus on the quality of their time remaining. The Hospice provides care for the terminally ill without regard for age, gender, nationality, race, creed, sexual orientation, disability, diagnosis, availability of a primary caregiver, or ability to pay. parking garage on Level 4 as an excellent option for dropping people off. Elevators at the west end of the garage provide easy access to ticketing and all gates. Garage visits less than 30 minutes are free. Short term parking (three hours or less), is available on Levels 3 and 4 of the parking garage. Holiday travel is expected to put increased demand on short term parking, therefore level 5 will also be available for visits of three hours or less. Travelers should plan on utilizing the remote lot for long-term parking. SUPPORT YOUR COMMUNITY NEWSPAPER -Cl -^iJi\ Goted Community Executive Homes From The J16M00'$ Prestige, Style, Quotity, Lixation, Security, Privoey, Slots 01 Semi'Cuslom Choices. • Private Goled Community •AdiocenlToA60AnePark •Semi-Custom Homes •Zoned For Green Valley High School Up To 3,638 Sq. Ft. & 7 Bedrooms \\festmark Sales Office Open Daily lOaraioSpm 434-4912 wAm sniMCi |. ^ !*5.6050 r NAPOLI PIZZERIA Sweetheart Meal Deal •-5: MEDIUM CHEESE PIZZA' AND ORDER OF ^4 CHICKEN HNGERS ONLY $Q 199 •(Add loppings $1.00 each) Money Management is a weekly column on personal finance prepared and distributed by certified public accountants. Nevada Society of Certified Public Accountants, 5250 Neil Road, Suite 205, Reno, Nev. 89502. Farmers are considered by consumers tobe themostcredible source of reliable information about the foods Americans eat, while food labels are the second most credible source, according to results of the second annual American Food Consumer Survey recently conducted by Purina Mills, Inc. A significant majority of those surveyed said that more education about how American foods are produced is needed in the nation's public school curriculum, arid that this education should begin at the grade school level. The food information sources considered as "most credible" by the survey's respondents included farmers (26%), food labels (19%), family and friends (14%), food industry (10%), educators (9%), government agencies (9%), grocers/supermarkets (6%), news media (4%) and advertising (3%). Consumers in the survey indicated by an overwhelming 92% that more education about how foods are produced should be incorporated into the nation's public school classrooms, while 81% of these said such instruction should begin in grade school. The food industry was considered the most reliable source for instructional materials and information by 38% of respondents, vs. 31% for educators and 25% for scientists. The survey asked more than 3,500 consumers from across the country about their attitudes, practices and sources of knowledge concerning their food supply. One of the largest annual surveysin thefood industry, it was conducted during August September 1995 by the nation's top 4-H and FFA youth leaders who comprise the American Agribusiness Ambassadors. Purina Mills, Inc. funded the survey. The survey found consumers predicting that more detailed information about the foods they eat will become available to them in thefuture. More than half said they expect more consumer food educational programs to emerge in the future, and that farmers and the food industry are the most responsible sources of information for educating consumers about hoW foods are produced. "This survey shows that consumers want increasing amounts of information about the foods they eat and how they are produced, and that fanners and the food production industry are America's most trusted sources ofthat information," said Max Fisher, director of public relations for Purina Mills. "A large number of respondents feel that the available information guiding their food consumption is reliable. Yet, we all see that a great deal of this same information—from government agencies, special interest groups, educators and the news media—is often conflicting. We believe it is now important for farmers and the agribusiness industry to speak out with one voice and assure the public about the integrity of our food supply." The survey also found that: •74% believe farmers should use high yield farming technology to feed our growing population; •63% feel that the food they consume is safe; •Thegreatestconcems among respondents about our food supply are in the areas of water contamination, bacterial contamination and pesticide use. The survey was conducted as a visitor intercept questionnaire at state fairs and major festiyajs, in 20 states. Headquartered in St, Louis, Purina Mills is the largest producer and distributor of animal nutrition products in the United States. The national FFA and 4H organizations provide education and leadership opportunities to millions of young Americans. Both organizations are headquartered in Washington, DC. Freedom from smoking clinic Give yourself a chance to keep Attend a six week, seven sesone of your New Year's resolusion "Freedom From Smoking" tions—to quit smoking—with the Clinic beginning on Jan. 11,1996. help of the American Lung Assoc. For more information, call 431of Nevada. ... 6333. THE NEWS COVERS YOUR COMIVIUNITY jr • mi^^' Frank's Auto Body, Inc. 1432 N. Boulder Hwy. Hend. 564-6472 or 564-6475 STARTING DEC, 31 ST, 1995 • B:10PM AND CONTINUING EVERY 15 MINUTES UNTIL 1:55AM JAN 1ST, 199B! 140 WATER STREET • HENDERSON, NEVADA 89105 ANOTHER FINE BOYD CAMINO PROPERTY Serving Henderson, Boulder City & Green Valley Dr. Richard Dislcin D.O. Board Certified Dermatologist / Acne, Warts, I Moles & CosI metic I Skin Care yXK i^xjuo v>>:-x.-iry>:^ SAME DAY APPOIIUTMEIMT Culinary, Medicare & Most Other Insurances Accepted BE. Lake Mead Dr., Ste 10 Hentffrson, Nevada S64-9444 CACTUS JOE'S Skin Cancer fi Skin Growths, Disease of the Hair, Skin & Nails *^.9D Filet & Lobster Tail Dinners Choice of potato and vegetable %95 Prime Rib Dinner Choice of potato and vegetable Sen'cd 4p.m. llp.m. All specials are served with soup fit salad bar, rolls k butter, dessert, and one free glass of cfiampagne. MARIANA'S CANTEVA g8.95 Fajitasfor2 Beef or Chicken (^>pcii -Stp-m la.m. One Free Class of Champagne with all entrees C • A • S • I • N • O MO Vftier SI. Dovrniown Henderson • Another Fine Boyd Gamins Property ALSO: Mon V\'(.-d ALL SANDWICHES BUY ONE GET ONE 1/2 PRICE LUNCH SPECIALS 11am 4pm Spaghetti • Lasagna • Stromboli • Calzone ,. ,. • Salads • Chicken Snacks • Desserts Free Fast (Next to Delivery 1650 Warm Springs • 456'2050 GV High) i gd gO gO gb gd gb gb^Qb gbob gb Consumers say farmers credible information source ]['. COME CELEBRATE WITH ^] TWO GREAT BANDS MS.TIQUE 0 7PM TO 12:30AM JUKE BOX IQ SATNIGHT Q IT • 12:30AM TO SAM |J ^1 rcSD Pl'PTY F.^OCpS o o DRAWINGS 9PM \m\\mmmMimim C asirut. I oiinye &. Diner 2100 N. BOULDER HWY HENDERSON • 564-1150 Qb 00 Qb Qb gb ob QO ob Qb ob Qb BREAKFAST BUFFET! Dec. 25 thru 29, 9am 11am Farm fresh scrambled eggs, potatoes, sausage, bacon, ham, biscuits, country gravy, pancakes, fresh fruits and nnuch, much more! 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Pages Henderson Home News Tuesday, December 26, 1995 DEATH AlfredlK Flowers Alfred W. Flowers, 76, died Friday, Dec. 22, 1995 in a local hospital. Born Jan. 21?," 1919^1 n~ Strattford, Okla., he had been a resident of Henderson for 46 years. He was a retired janitor, having worked for the school district, and a veteran of the U.S. Army, having served in World War II. He is survived by his wife, Victoria of Henderson; one son, Philip of Las Vegas; one sister, Venora Tracy of Odessa, Texas; five grandchildren and eight great grandchildren. Visitation will be held from 11 a.m. today at Palm MortuaryHenderson, followed at 2 p.m. by services at the Palm MortuaryHenderson Chapel. Arrangements were handled by Palm Mortuary of Henderson. Start the New Year off with an affordable & Beautiful new KITCHEN or BATH f~~--€^ from GREEN VALLEY KITCHENS & BATHS we are fully licensed & bonded #24297 Visit our showroom at... 6225 S. Mojavc, Ste. D and see our full line of Cardell Cabinets 458-5870 Courtesy Photo ^ SPECIAL PROGRAM—Phillip Gerard, left, and Joe Amaro, right, celebrate Christmas early as they shop for presents. R&R Advertising, Saturn of Henderson, Ford Country and the rest of the automotive dealers at the Valley Auto Mall all teamed up with the Division of dhild and Family Services as part of the Wednesday's Child Christmas program. McCarran passenger traffic neai-s^^^r^ GREEN VALLEY AREA More than 2.2 million passengers passed through McCarran International Airport during the month of November accounting for nearly 75,000 passengers a day. An average of 824 scheduled flights operated at McCarran, currently the 10th busiest airport in the U.S. "So far this year, 25,836,505 passengers have moved through our airport," said Robert N. Broadbent, director of the Clark County Department of Aviation. "We are about 1 million passengers short of breaking our 1994 record which we will achieve in December," he said. United led the msyor airlines in double-digit passenger growth with a 21.4% increase over the same period last year, followed by Trans World Airlines at 15%, and American at 14.8%. Regional carriers posted substantial gains over the same period last year as well. The top three regional carriers are Alaska at 32.8%, Reno Air at 25.9%, and Hawaiian Air at 20.9%. Travelers are reminded to arrive at the airport at least 90 minutes prior to their scheduled flight departure time. Passengers should call airlines to check the status of their flight, and should be prepared to show photo identification upon check-in. Getting a ride from family, fi-iends, or public transportation is encouraged. Remote parking is in effect and is located east of McCarran Airport on the north side of Russell Road and Kelly Lane. The charge is $4 per day. Free shuttle buses operate from the remote lot to Terminal 1 on a 24hour basis every 15 minutes. The shuttle drop-off and pick-up points are the same. To avoid delays at departure curbs, it is recommended that travelers use the west end of the Hospice offers volunteer course The Nathan Adelson Hospice will begin its winter Volunteer Education Course on Jan. 20, 1996. Those interested in becoming patient care hospice volunteers are provided with 36 hours of training covering listening skills, communication, death and dying, and emotional support. Once the initial training period is over, volunteers are asked to spend four to six hours a week working with Hospice patients and families. Those interested in participating must call by Jan. 12, 1996. For more information, call Dee King, 733-0320 The Nathan Adelson Hospice is a community supported program that has been offering quality care and compassionate support to terminally ill patients and their families since 1980. Patients who choose hospice care are no longer interested in finding a cure for their disease, but want to focus on the quality of their time remaining. The Hospice provides care for the terminally ill without regard for age, gender, nationality, race, creed, sexual orientation, disability, diagnosis, availability of a primary caregiver, or ability to pay. parking garage on Level 4 as an excellent option for dropping people off. Elevators at the west end of the garage provide easy access to ticketing and all gates. Garage visits less than 30 minutes are free. Short term parking (three hours or less), is available on Levels 3 and 4 of the parking garage. Holiday travel is expected to put increased demand on short term parking, therefore level 5 will also be available for visits of three hours or less. Travelers should plan on utilizing the remote lot for long-term parking. 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Farmers are considered by consumers tobe themostcredible source of reliable information about the foods Americans eat, while food labels are the second most credible source, according to results of the second annual American Food Consumer Survey recently conducted by Purina Mills, Inc. A significant majority of those surveyed said that more education about how American foods are produced is needed in the nation's public school curriculum, arid that this education should begin at the grade school level. The food information sources considered as "most credible" by the survey's respondents included farmers (26%), food labels (19%), family and friends (14%), food industry (10%), educators (9%), government agencies (9%), grocers/supermarkets (6%), news media (4%) and advertising (3%). Consumers in the survey indicated by an overwhelming 92% that more education about how foods are produced should be incorporated into the nation's public school classrooms, while 81% of these said such instruction should begin in grade school. The food industry was considered the most reliable source for instructional materials and information by 38% of respondents, vs. 31% for educators and 25% for scientists. The survey asked more than 3,500 consumers from across the country about their attitudes, practices and sources of knowledge concerning their food supply. One of the largest annual surveysin thefood industry, it was conducted during August September 1995 by the nation's top 4-H and FFA youth leaders who comprise the American Agribusiness Ambassadors. Purina Mills, Inc. funded the survey. The survey found consumers predicting that more detailed information about the foods they eat will become available to them in thefuture. More than half said they expect more consumer food educational programs to emerge in the future, and that farmers and the food industry are the most responsible sources of information for educating consumers about hoW foods are produced. "This survey shows that consumers want increasing amounts of information about the foods they eat and how they are produced, and that fanners and the food production industry are America's most trusted sources ofthat information," said Max Fisher, director of public relations for Purina Mills. "A large number of respondents feel that the available information guiding their food consumption is reliable. Yet, we all see that a great deal of this same information—from government agencies, special interest groups, educators and the news media—is often conflicting. We believe it is now important for farmers and the agribusiness industry to speak out with one voice and assure the public about the integrity of our food supply." The survey also found that: •74% believe farmers should use high yield farming technology to feed our growing population; •63% feel that the food they consume is safe; •Thegreatestconcems among respondents about our food supply are in the areas of water contamination, bacterial contamination and pesticide use. The survey was conducted as a visitor intercept questionnaire at state fairs and major festiyajs, in 20 states. Headquartered in St, Louis, Purina Mills is the largest producer and distributor of animal nutrition products in the United States. The national FFA and 4H organizations provide education and leadership opportunities to millions of young Americans. Both organizations are headquartered in Washington, DC. Freedom from smoking clinic Give yourself a chance to keep Attend a six week, seven sesone of your New Year's resolusion "Freedom From Smoking" tions—to quit smoking—with the Clinic beginning on Jan. 11,1996. help of the American Lung Assoc. For more information, call 431of Nevada. ... 6333. THE NEWS COVERS YOUR COMIVIUNITY jr • mi^^' Frank's Auto Body, Inc. 1432 N. Boulder Hwy. Hend. 564-6472 or 564-6475 STARTING DEC, 31 ST, 1995 • B:10PM AND CONTINUING EVERY 15 MINUTES UNTIL 1:55AM JAN 1ST, 199B! 140 WATER STREET • HENDERSON, NEVADA 89105 ANOTHER FINE BOYD CAMINO PROPERTY Serving Henderson, Boulder City & Green Valley Dr. Richard Dislcin D.O. Board Certified Dermatologist / Acne, Warts, I Moles & CosI metic I Skin Care yXK i^xjuo v>>:-x.-iry>:^ SAME DAY APPOIIUTMEIMT Culinary, Medicare & Most Other Insurances Accepted BE. Lake Mead Dr., Ste 10 Hentffrson, Nevada S64-9444 CACTUS JOE'S Skin Cancer fi Skin Growths, Disease of the Hair, Skin & Nails *^.9D Filet & Lobster Tail Dinners Choice of potato and vegetable %95 Prime Rib Dinner Choice of potato and vegetable Sen'cd 4p.m. llp.m. All specials are served with soup fit salad bar, rolls k butter, dessert, and one free glass of cfiampagne. MARIANA'S CANTEVA g8.95 Fajitasfor2 Beef or Chicken (^>pcii -Stp-m la.m. One Free Class of Champagne with all entrees C • A • S • I • N • O MO Vftier SI. Dovrniown Henderson • Another Fine Boyd Gamins Property ALSO: Mon V\'(.-d ALL SANDWICHES BUY ONE GET ONE 1/2 PRICE LUNCH SPECIALS 11am 4pm Spaghetti • Lasagna • Stromboli • Calzone ,. ,. • Salads • Chicken Snacks • Desserts Free Fast (Next to Delivery 1650 Warm Springs • 456'2050 GV High) i gd gO gO gb gd gb gb^Qb gbob gb Consumers say farmers credible information source ]['. COME CELEBRATE WITH ^] TWO GREAT BANDS MS.TIQUE 0 7PM TO 12:30AM JUKE BOX IQ SATNIGHT Q IT • 12:30AM TO SAM |J ^1 rcSD Pl'PTY F.^OCpS o o DRAWINGS 9PM \m\\mmmMimim C asirut. I oiinye &. Diner 2100 N. BOULDER HWY HENDERSON • 564-1150 Qb 00 Qb Qb gb ob QO ob Qb ob Qb BREAKFAST BUFFET! Dec. 25 thru 29, 9am 11am Farm fresh scrambled eggs, potatoes, sausage, bacon, ham, biscuits, country gravy, pancakes, fresh fruits and nnuch, much more! 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i^mmmmm Pag 10 Henderson Home News Tuesday, December 26, 1995 ZONING: Maps to be redrawn from Page 1 Tuesday, December 26,1995 Henderson Home News Pag* 11 that students now attending year-round schools with inadequate facilities be re-zoned. The school board, however, is not bound by the policy and can make exceptions. "AZAC really only has two alternatives," Snider said. "They can rezone the kids or leave it as it is and let the board make the decision." If theCCSD policy is enforced, children now attending Sewell, Mack and Galloway elementary schools would be zoned for nearby schools that have facilities to accommodate year-round scheduling. In Henderson those schools are Cox (which is currently yearround), Gibson, Bartlett, Newton, McCaw, Treem and Thorpe elementary schools. Hinman, McDoniel, Dooley and Taylor elementary schools are not eligible to go year-round and are on nine-month schedules. Gary Namba, principal of Sewell Elementary, said he is also distributing surveys to parents regarding year-round versus nine-month scheduling. Parents have been attending AZAC meetings to offer input in the zoning process. Galloway principal Michael Robison said year-round schedulingis a philosophy in education and should not be based on facility requirements. "When you start making decisions based on facilities rather than philosophies, you start having problems," Robison said. ..."It's not the facility that makes a school effective. It is the philosophy behind it. The people make it work." AZAC will hold several meetings to acquire public input on zoning proposals. The committee is meeting weekly to draft zoning proposals. They just finished a zoning proposal for CCSD high schools and will begin on middle schools after the holidays. A draft zoning proposal for elementary schools will be done after the middle school proposal is complete. The next AZAC meeting is scheduled for 11:30 a.m. Jan. 3 in the board room of the Education Center, 2832 E. Flamingo Road. The special public input meetings have not been scheduled. All AZAC meetings areopen to the public. RESERVE: Planning From page 1 6.25-acre commercial subdivision on the southwest corner of College Drive and Horizon Drive in the Highland Hills area. The plan includes retail and mini-storage. Most of the commission followed the planning department staffs recommendation and voted against the project because they were concerned about the precedent it would set. Commissioner Eric Dobberstein supported the application because "mini-storage is a less impactful use of the site." A few residents appeared in support of the project. •Voted 6-0 against a comprehensive plan amendment and zone change for a 64-lane bowling alley and supper club northwest of Horizon Ridge Parkway and Green Valley Parkway in Green Valley Ranch. Commission Chairman Ron Frame called the proposal "spot zoning." "We're not looking to take away someone's dream, but we have to look at the larger area," Frame said. Other commissioners said the property was too small and the use too intense for the neighborhood. "I hope the facility gets built, but not on this comer," Commissioner Bob linger said. •Voted 6-0 to approve a oneyear use permit for the Calvary Chapel Haven in an existing building at 115 Water St. About 20 residents appeared at the meeting in support of the project. •Tabled a use permit request for Nevada Power Co.'s transmission line proposal in the Green Valley area until next month. •Tabled a use permit request for a rock-crushing plant proposed for 50 W. Mission Dr. in the Paradise Hills planning area. •Tabled a number of requests from the Triple J Bingo Hall and Casino for that property's proposed expansion. The commission's recommendations will be forwarded to the City Council for final action next month. NDT names Williams woman of year Claudine Williams will receive the Woman of the Year Award during Nevada Dance Theatre's 12th annual Black & White Ball, at 6:30 p.m. Jap. 12, 1996, at the Mirage Hotel. The ball will have a Texas flair this year as NDT gears up for a foot-stompin' good time to honor the Texas native who has been a Nevada resident since 1964 and a leader in the gaming industry for more than 30 years. The event will be held at the Mirage, hosted by chairmen Elaine and Steve Wynn with dinner chairmen Sharon Bader, Thalia Dondero, Becky Binion Behnen, LeonaGennis, and Kitty -Rodman. Attire will be black and white formal with a western flavor— "texedos" welcome. NDT will perform the "hoe-down" from "The L.as Vegas Suite," and there will be a lot two-steppin', kneeslappin' dancin' to country-western music. Williams will be honored for contributions to the community of Las Vegas and the state of Nevada. She is chairman of the board of Harrah's Las Vegas, and chairman of the board of American Bancorp of Nevada, and American Bank of Commerce. Williams has served on the boards of Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce, UNLV Foundation, Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority, and the Travel and Tourism Advisory Council. A member of the Board of Directors of Nevada Dance Theatre, she is a three-time governor appointee of the Nevada Commission on Tourism, and holds positions on several prominent state commissions on gaming and tourism. In 1992, she was the first woman inducted into the Gaming Hall of Fame. In 1990, the Claudine Williams Residence Hall at UNLV was dedicated. In 1994, she received an honorary doctorate of humane letters from UNLV. She has been recognized for community, charitable, and civic achievements, receiving the 1986 "Woman of Achievement" award, the 1990 "Distinguished Nevadan" award, and the 1991 "Free Enterprise" award. For reservations, call 7323838. ANDT spring registration begins Registration for the Academy of Nevada Dance Theatre will begin Jan. 2,1996, for ballet, pas de deux, jazz, and tap classes for children and adults.. The Spring Session will rvms from Jan. 8 to May 25. Prices depend on the number of classes per week, and {I 5% discount is given for each 20-week tuition paid. • The Academy is the official school of Nevada Dance Theatre, the non-profit, professional ballet company founded by artistic director Vassili Sulich, now going into its 24th season. The programs are highly focused, indepth classes providing participants with training by experienced instructors in an atmosphere to both encourage and structure progress. Beginning students take a minimum of two classes per week, and more advanced dancers can take up to eight per week. Placement auditioning is required for levels II and above, and fees classes vary depending on the number of classes. Linda de Becker is the director of the ANDT Summer Session and the Academy. An Americanbom dancer and teacher, she was a principal dancer with the Los Angeles Ballet Company, the Southern California Ballet Company, the Los Angeles Opera Company, and was famed as a classical ballet adagio star. She began teaching while touring Europe, and began fulltime teaching in 1974 in Las Vegas where she has established a reputation for developing students with quality and excellent technique. Many of her students have received scholarships to the Joffrey Ballet, San Francisco Ballet Company and the Pacific Northwest Ballet Company. Academy Teachers include Linda de Becker, Director, Viva Pastor, head of the ANDT Children's Division, Ed Rumberger, and Heather Victorson. Principal NDT dancers will also teach. Outstanding students will have performance opportunities with the NDT Youth Company. For more information, call 8986306. LAKE MEAD (HPISTIAH ACADEMY 540 East Lake Meod Drive P.O. Box 90099 Henderson, NV 69009 (702) 565-5601 Notice of Nondiscriminotory Policy Qs to Students The Lake Mead Christian Academy admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its education policies, admimstration policies, scholarships and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administration programs. THIS m YEAR'S WE'RE QAflQ YOU EVfflMORE iAYSTOWIN! HAPPY NEW YEAR!!! From the Staff and Management of the Skyline GAIA NEW YEAR'S CELEBRATION Sunday, December 31, 1995 starting at 6:30FM FREE FUN! _^ • FREE noise makers, hats, etc, from 11:00PM. ~^ Champagne poured from 1 1:30pm until ?? FREEFOOD! • Blackeyed peas ^ ham hocks with cornbread (a delicious tradition.) Served in our Horizon Restaurant from 12:30AM until ?? • Hot Dogs & Chili with all the trimmings. Served in our Silhouette Lx)unge flew Year's Day from noon until ?? while you enjoy Football on our Giant Screen TV!I ; • FREE NEW YEAR'S EVE DRAWINGS! 7:00PM Cordless Phone 8:30PM -Cordless Phone 10:00PM Cordless Phone 11:30PM -Cordless Phone 7:30PM Skyline jacket 9:00PM13" Color TV 10:30PM18" Color TV 12:30PM Cordless Phone 8:00PM Cordless Phone 9:30PM Cordless Phone 11:00PM Cordless Phone 1:00AM-25" Color TV GREAT MENU VALUES Monday, Jtuiuan^ 1, 1996. Served from 11:00AM until 10:00PM. • T-Bone Steak S5.95 • Prime Rib $4.95 Dinners include your choice of j)otatx) and Chicken Supreme Soup or our All-You-Con-Eat Salad Bar! Oxuusual extensive and complete Menu will also be available. (No Limchcon Buffet today) Enjoy Live Entertainment in the SlirOUETTE L€UN€E featuring Laredo on New Year's Eve beginning at 9:00PM CASINO RESTAURANT Gre^ Food, Great Fun. Great Place! • • e. i '•^^SSflS^/ SPORTS TUESDAY Henderson Home News GV's McEvoy soars above competition Senior Gator wrestler riding 56-match winning streak D.J. Allen News Staff Writer John Judge/News Staff FLYING HIGH—After a near loss in the Silverado Invitational two weeks ago. Green Valley senior wrestler Mike McEvoy takes his 56 match-winning streak with him as he vies for a second consecutive state title. Green Valley senior Mike McEvoy has a dream of one day being a pilot. Well, he's off to a good start— he's already on top of the world. With an overtime, tie-breaker win over R.D. Pursall from Deere Valley, Calif., in the 152-pound championship match of Silverado Invitational nearly two weeks ago, McEvoy stretched his prep wrestling winning-streak to 56 straight matches. It's a streak that began after losing the Nevada state championship in early 1994—McEvoy's sophomore year. "I feel a lot of pressure on me with this being my senior year— everybody expects me to win," said McEvoy, Green Valley High's student body treasurer. "I try not to think about it too much and just take one match at a time. I want to do my job, win state and get the Green Valley team as far as it can go." If there is anyone who expects McEvoy to win, it's himself. "He's a perfectionist," said Green Valley coach Carl Brum. "He hates to lose. He hates to get scored on. He likes to be a winner." "The only pressure he has, he brings upon himself," said Jon Ferry, Green Valley's 17-1, 135pound senior. "He doesn't get any fi-om the team." McEvoy has a little something extra about him when he wrestles. It's something those close to the wrestling world can see — he's a fierce competitor. "He doesn't like to lose — at anything," said Ferry, McEvoy's workout partner and friend. "He could be horse-playing in the hving room or working in the wrestling room, it doesn't matter, he won't letyou get an advantage on him." McEvoy's effort is noticed by all those around him. "You definitely have to include Mike as one [of the top area wrestlers], without a doubt," said Basic's long-time coach Jim Duschen. "It's the little things he does that are really important. It's the little extra he puts into it with each match. He knows how to compete in the pressure situation." The Silverado Invitational and Pursall gave McEvoy one of those situations. A situation which McEvoy, who is 113-11 as a Gator, hasn't been exposed to much lately. "It brought him back to where he knows there are other good guys out there and he has to wrestle hard every time he steps on the mat," Brum said. "That match he had in the finals will make him wrestle even harder." The win was McEvoy's firstever overtime match and acted as somewhat of a wake-up call. "1 realize I'm in good shape, but I need to get in better shape," said McEvoy, who is 18-0 this season, 'There are some tough kids out there and I have to keep myself motivated." With individual accomplishments such as two zone titles, a state title and a second-place at state — not to mention 'senioritus' — motivation can sometimes be a problem. So does McEvoy ever second guess himself about what he gives up to be the best he can be on the mat? "Every time I make weight," aid McEvoy without a pause. "But, of course, it's worth it." The reason is simple. And, well thought out. "Basically, I hope wrestling can give me an education so I can get on with the rest of my life," said McEvoy, whose holds down a 3.4 grade-point average. "[I want wrestling] to get me into a college that I wouldn't be able to get into without [it]." McEvoy is looking at an aeronautical school in Prescott, Ariz., Arizona State, the Air Force Academy or Leheigh as choices to trade his wrestling skills for an education. But no matter where he goes, his success on the mat should follow. "He's done a great job throughout the years and I think he has the ability to go on and be a successful collegiate wrestler," Duschen said. McEvoy wouldn't settle for anything less. "I just love to win," McEvoy said. "I can't stand to lose. I know if I put everything I can into it, I can be successful." But, what if the unthinkable happens. What if, in his final goaround, in his victory lap around the prep wrestling community, McEvoy were to fall. Oregon City wins Lady Wolves Invitational By thff News Staff Oregon City, Ore., is the No. 1 rated girls prep basketball team in the nation — and for good reason. With a 71-32 win over Brea Olinda, Calif, on Thursday night at Basic High School, the Pioneers breezed to the second annual Lady Wolves Christmas Invitational "Elite" Division title. The Pioneers opened the tournament with a 60-point win over Basic and its coach Jan Van Tuyl. Van Tuyl said with top teams from around the nation in the tournament — such as No. 1 Oregon City —'the Invitational : was a success. "We had nothing but compliments about the level of competition," Van Tuyl said. Eleven college coaches visited last year's tournament. Thisyear that number increased to 39, including a number of the top collegiate programs in the country. The majority of the coaches Tve talked to said they are coming back next year because they really enjoyed it this year," Van Tuyl said. "As these coaches come in, a lot of them are going back home and saying to [high school coaches], There's a helluva tournament out there. See if you can go play in it.' Van Tuyl's Lady Wolves finished the tournament 0-4 — dropping to 4-5 on the year—but the coach said the tournament let him see all of his players in action. "All the kids got equal playing tiiftg.!. said Van Tuyl, whose squad lost to Rancho 42-27 on Thursday. "They all got a chance to show what they can do on the court." Basic opens tournament play in Thousand Oaks, Calif, today as the Lady Wolves prepare for league-play beginning Jan. 5 at Green Valley. "The kids are getting antsy to do what they know they can do," Van Tuyl said. Silverado closed play in the "Select" Division of the Lady Wolves Christmas Invitational at Burkholder Middle School with a 44-41 win over Bonanza on Thursday. The Lady Skyhawks finished the tournament 1-3. "We played a little bit intimidated the first couple of games," Silverado coach Diane Hernandez said. "Going into [Thurday's] game we played with a lot more confidence." Helen Kale led the Silverado attack with 15 points as Amber Fife had 12. The Lady Skyhawks played the whole tournament without junior point guard Joyce Sudario because of physical ailments. "We're putting up good shots, but we're still passing some up," Hernandez said. "We need to get more girls involved in the offense and not just depend on Helen, Joyce or Amber." Hernandez said the win over Bonanza was important. "Knowing we can beat in-town teams is great for our confidence," said Hernandez. "Playing against some ofthese teams from out of town let us know how physical the game can be." Silverado is 5-4 on the year and will open divisional play at Durango on Jan. 5.-— The Green Valley girls varsity basketball squad finished play in the Lady Shields Run and Gun Holiday Classic last week at Cheyenne High School with an 0-3 mark. After dropping theirfirst game to Westminster, Calif, the Lady Gators fell to San Gorgonio, Calif, 42-27. Sophomore Nyla Mojaes paced Green Valley with 11 points as junior Crissy Buck chipped in nine. The Lady Gators closed the tournament with a 62-46 loss to Cheyenne on Wednesday. "We didn't play as well as we have been playing in the past," said Green Valley coach Alma Randolph. "1 think they kind of lost their confidence the first two games we played, but even though we lost [against Cheyenne], I think we got some of it back." Buck led Green Valley with 11 points as MojaesTia? 10. Junior Amber Rasmussen scored seven while sophomore April Simmons and freshman Tenelle Brown had six. Randolph and her Lady Gators will resume action when they open up divisional play at home against Basic on Jan. 5. "We should be ready [for divisional play]," Randolph said. "We're starting to get used to playing with each other. I think the younger kids are starting to have more confidence in themselves." Green Valley is 0-7 on the year, all in non-divisional play. FROM THE PRESSBOX I Reebok tournament featured Impressive array of talent Bill Rnunnan Bill Bowman News Sports Editor News and notes while checking out my Christmas gifts: The caliber of basketball played during the 19th Annual Reebok Classic was nothing short of impressive. Each and every team had standout players who had the crowd buzzing. Just check out some of the niunbers: •Balboa's Winters Patterson scored 56 points against Cheyenne. As a team, Balboa scored 123 points in a game to set a tam record. •Marquette Alexander of Balboa pulled down 24 rebounds against Cimarron-Memorial. •Butler hit 37 of 49 field goal attempts against Artesia, a blistering 75.5%. •Balboa and Martin Luther King put up an astounding 88 shots in different games. With teams playing 32 minute games, that's nearly three shots per minute. That's not counting shots by the other teams. • Balboa shot 50 free throws in a game against Cheyenne. As impressive as some of those numbers are, the number of college coaches on hand boggles the mind. No less than 50 college coaches were on hand at one time or another during the tournament to check out the talent It was an awesome display of basketball from the opening tip of the tournament. It's a shame more fans didn't take advantage of the chance to see the top-notch players. Remember, some ofthese guys will be in the NBA in the future. The honor roll of players who have played here and gone on to the Big Show include names like Jerry Stackhouse, Rasheed Wallace, Harold Miner and — of course— Greg Anthony. If you didn't take the time during this year's event to check it out, mark next year's tournament on your calendar. The event is only getting bigger and better. Less than a week to go before we find out who the No. 1 college football team will be. It's a far better scenario th,an in past seasons when there were four or five teams with mathematical chances at the title — and voters decided who won the crown. TTiis year there are just two: Florida and Nebraska. It will be a fitting end to a college season that had more ups and downs than a roller coaster. Look for Florida to score a late touchdown to win a high-scoring battle. The final: Gators 42, Comhuskers 38. The National Football League wrapped up its regular-season last weekend (the News went to press Friday) and there were more teams still in the playoff hunt than were eliminated. It was great to see a season where there were so many upsets. Picking a Super Bowl champ early in the year appeared to be a lock — several times. In the early going it looked to be a Miami-Dallas matchup. "Dien the Dolphins crashed and the Chiefs took the frontrunning spot to meet the Cowboys. The 49ers were in the picture early, but back-to-back losses to New Orleans and Jacksonville knocked them out of the picture — for awhile. Now, the Chiefs have proven they are human and are starting to come back to the pack after struggling against a few teams they should have blown out. And now Dallas is struggling in the late going. Now I finally have it figured out. No, really, I do. It's going to be San Francisco and Pittsburgh. l^e 49er8 are back on track and the Steelers are playing sobd. In the end, Steve Young to Jerry Rice will lead the 49er8 to a 28-24 victory. It is a possibility. "He has the pressure because of the undefeated season," Brum said. "We had a talk and I told him, 'If the loss comes, it comes. Sooner of later even the best people will lose.' I said, 'If you lose, nobody is going to look down on you for that. They'll look at how hard you wrestled.' If McEvoy—the perfectionist, the intense competitor, the technical genius on the mat — were to make that one fatal mistake and not have his hand raised at the end of the match, what would he do? "I would just have to put it behind me and not dwell on it," said McEvoy, who has been on the mat since he was in third grade. "People do make mistakes. Not everyone is perfect — especially not me." Don't tell that to his opponents. They know when McEvoy's on the mat, their perfect match may not be enough to break the winning-streak. A streak McEvoy said never enters his mind when it's 'go time.' "Before the match, I think aboutit,"McEvoy said. "Butonce I begin warming up and get on the mat, 1 don't. I get totally focused on the match. After I get done from a match, I can hardly remember anything about it except that I won. I'm totally focused on the one moment." And for McEvoy, after escaping near disaster at the Silverado Invitational, that moment is now as he tries to write his chapter in Nevada prep wrestling history. Wolves finish tourney at 2-2 By the News Staff _-. — • ^ The Basic boys wound up with a 2-2 record in the 19th Annual Reebok Holiday Prep Classic at Durango High School. "We knew it was going to be a tough tournament," Basic coach Mike Dye said. "But it was a good learning experience." On Wednesday, the Wolves fell to Archbishop Carroll from Radnor, Pa., 81-41 and were eliminated from the tournament. Basic trailed 35-14 at the half The Wolves were led by Jeff Rednour's eight points. Damon Caldwell added six points while Derrell Rivas had four points and 13 rebounds. For the tournament, Caldwell had 84 points — averaging 21 points per game. Steve Bentz added 49 points for a 12.25 average. Caldwell had 39 rebounds in the four games while Rivas had 38 rebounds — both over nine per game. "I didn't think about the Ws going in," Dye said. "I just wanted us to compete and play hard. And the kids played good ball. They fought hard." Now, the Wolves will look to the conference schedule. That's why we were here," Dye said of the tournament play. To prepare for later on. Hopefully this really helped us out." Mater Dei from Santa Ana, Calif., won the tournament with a 69-48 victory over Redemption Christian from Troy, N.Y. on Thursday night T*piunv>4>
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i^mmmmm Pag 10 Henderson Home News Tuesday, December 26, 1995 ZONING: Maps to be redrawn from Page 1 Tuesday, December 26,1995 Henderson Home News Pag* 11 that students now attending year-round schools with inadequate facilities be re-zoned. The school board, however, is not bound by the policy and can make exceptions. "AZAC really only has two alternatives," Snider said. "They can rezone the kids or leave it as it is and let the board make the decision." If theCCSD policy is enforced, children now attending Sewell, Mack and Galloway elementary schools would be zoned for nearby schools that have facilities to accommodate year-round scheduling. In Henderson those schools are Cox (which is currently yearround), Gibson, Bartlett, Newton, McCaw, Treem and Thorpe elementary schools. Hinman, McDoniel, Dooley and Taylor elementary schools are not eligible to go year-round and are on nine-month schedules. Gary Namba, principal of Sewell Elementary, said he is also distributing surveys to parents regarding year-round versus nine-month scheduling. Parents have been attending AZAC meetings to offer input in the zoning process. Galloway principal Michael Robison said year-round schedulingis a philosophy in education and should not be based on facility requirements. "When you start making decisions based on facilities rather than philosophies, you start having problems," Robison said. ..."It's not the facility that makes a school effective. It is the philosophy behind it. The people make it work." AZAC will hold several meetings to acquire public input on zoning proposals. The committee is meeting weekly to draft zoning proposals. They just finished a zoning proposal for CCSD high schools and will begin on middle schools after the holidays. A draft zoning proposal for elementary schools will be done after the middle school proposal is complete. The next AZAC meeting is scheduled for 11:30 a.m. Jan. 3 in the board room of the Education Center, 2832 E. Flamingo Road. The special public input meetings have not been scheduled. All AZAC meetings areopen to the public. RESERVE: Planning From page 1 6.25-acre commercial subdivision on the southwest corner of College Drive and Horizon Drive in the Highland Hills area. The plan includes retail and mini-storage. Most of the commission followed the planning department staffs recommendation and voted against the project because they were concerned about the precedent it would set. Commissioner Eric Dobberstein supported the application because "mini-storage is a less impactful use of the site." A few residents appeared in support of the project. •Voted 6-0 against a comprehensive plan amendment and zone change for a 64-lane bowling alley and supper club northwest of Horizon Ridge Parkway and Green Valley Parkway in Green Valley Ranch. Commission Chairman Ron Frame called the proposal "spot zoning." "We're not looking to take away someone's dream, but we have to look at the larger area," Frame said. Other commissioners said the property was too small and the use too intense for the neighborhood. "I hope the facility gets built, but not on this comer," Commissioner Bob linger said. •Voted 6-0 to approve a oneyear use permit for the Calvary Chapel Haven in an existing building at 115 Water St. About 20 residents appeared at the meeting in support of the project. •Tabled a use permit request for Nevada Power Co.'s transmission line proposal in the Green Valley area until next month. •Tabled a use permit request for a rock-crushing plant proposed for 50 W. Mission Dr. in the Paradise Hills planning area. •Tabled a number of requests from the Triple J Bingo Hall and Casino for that property's proposed expansion. The commission's recommendations will be forwarded to the City Council for final action next month. NDT names Williams woman of year Claudine Williams will receive the Woman of the Year Award during Nevada Dance Theatre's 12th annual Black & White Ball, at 6:30 p.m. Jap. 12, 1996, at the Mirage Hotel. The ball will have a Texas flair this year as NDT gears up for a foot-stompin' good time to honor the Texas native who has been a Nevada resident since 1964 and a leader in the gaming industry for more than 30 years. The event will be held at the Mirage, hosted by chairmen Elaine and Steve Wynn with dinner chairmen Sharon Bader, Thalia Dondero, Becky Binion Behnen, LeonaGennis, and Kitty -Rodman. Attire will be black and white formal with a western flavor— "texedos" welcome. NDT will perform the "hoe-down" from "The L.as Vegas Suite," and there will be a lot two-steppin', kneeslappin' dancin' to country-western music. Williams will be honored for contributions to the community of Las Vegas and the state of Nevada. She is chairman of the board of Harrah's Las Vegas, and chairman of the board of American Bancorp of Nevada, and American Bank of Commerce. Williams has served on the boards of Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce, UNLV Foundation, Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority, and the Travel and Tourism Advisory Council. A member of the Board of Directors of Nevada Dance Theatre, she is a three-time governor appointee of the Nevada Commission on Tourism, and holds positions on several prominent state commissions on gaming and tourism. In 1992, she was the first woman inducted into the Gaming Hall of Fame. In 1990, the Claudine Williams Residence Hall at UNLV was dedicated. In 1994, she received an honorary doctorate of humane letters from UNLV. She has been recognized for community, charitable, and civic achievements, receiving the 1986 "Woman of Achievement" award, the 1990 "Distinguished Nevadan" award, and the 1991 "Free Enterprise" award. For reservations, call 7323838. ANDT spring registration begins Registration for the Academy of Nevada Dance Theatre will begin Jan. 2,1996, for ballet, pas de deux, jazz, and tap classes for children and adults.. The Spring Session will rvms from Jan. 8 to May 25. Prices depend on the number of classes per week, and {I 5% discount is given for each 20-week tuition paid. • The Academy is the official school of Nevada Dance Theatre, the non-profit, professional ballet company founded by artistic director Vassili Sulich, now going into its 24th season. The programs are highly focused, indepth classes providing participants with training by experienced instructors in an atmosphere to both encourage and structure progress. Beginning students take a minimum of two classes per week, and more advanced dancers can take up to eight per week. Placement auditioning is required for levels II and above, and fees classes vary depending on the number of classes. Linda de Becker is the director of the ANDT Summer Session and the Academy. An Americanbom dancer and teacher, she was a principal dancer with the Los Angeles Ballet Company, the Southern California Ballet Company, the Los Angeles Opera Company, and was famed as a classical ballet adagio star. She began teaching while touring Europe, and began fulltime teaching in 1974 in Las Vegas where she has established a reputation for developing students with quality and excellent technique. Many of her students have received scholarships to the Joffrey Ballet, San Francisco Ballet Company and the Pacific Northwest Ballet Company. Academy Teachers include Linda de Becker, Director, Viva Pastor, head of the ANDT Children's Division, Ed Rumberger, and Heather Victorson. Principal NDT dancers will also teach. Outstanding students will have performance opportunities with the NDT Youth Company. For more information, call 8986306. LAKE MEAD (HPISTIAH ACADEMY 540 East Lake Meod Drive P.O. Box 90099 Henderson, NV 69009 (702) 565-5601 Notice of Nondiscriminotory Policy Qs to Students The Lake Mead Christian Academy admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its education policies, admimstration policies, scholarships and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administration programs. THIS m YEAR'S WE'RE QAflQ YOU EVfflMORE iAYSTOWIN! HAPPY NEW YEAR!!! From the Staff and Management of the Skyline GAIA NEW YEAR'S CELEBRATION Sunday, December 31, 1995 starting at 6:30FM FREE FUN! _^ • FREE noise makers, hats, etc, from 11:00PM. ~^ Champagne poured from 1 1:30pm until ?? FREEFOOD! • Blackeyed peas ^ ham hocks with cornbread (a delicious tradition.) Served in our Horizon Restaurant from 12:30AM until ?? • Hot Dogs & Chili with all the trimmings. Served in our Silhouette Lx)unge flew Year's Day from noon until ?? while you enjoy Football on our Giant Screen TV!I ; • FREE NEW YEAR'S EVE DRAWINGS! 7:00PM Cordless Phone 8:30PM -Cordless Phone 10:00PM Cordless Phone 11:30PM -Cordless Phone 7:30PM Skyline jacket 9:00PM13" Color TV 10:30PM18" Color TV 12:30PM Cordless Phone 8:00PM Cordless Phone 9:30PM Cordless Phone 11:00PM Cordless Phone 1:00AM-25" Color TV GREAT MENU VALUES Monday, Jtuiuan^ 1, 1996. Served from 11:00AM until 10:00PM. • T-Bone Steak S5.95 • Prime Rib $4.95 Dinners include your choice of j)otatx) and Chicken Supreme Soup or our All-You-Con-Eat Salad Bar! Oxuusual extensive and complete Menu will also be available. (No Limchcon Buffet today) Enjoy Live Entertainment in the SlirOUETTE L€UN€E featuring Laredo on New Year's Eve beginning at 9:00PM CASINO RESTAURANT Gre^ Food, Great Fun. Great Place! • • e. i '•^^SSflS^/ SPORTS TUESDAY Henderson Home News GV's McEvoy soars above competition Senior Gator wrestler riding 56-match winning streak D.J. Allen News Staff Writer John Judge/News Staff FLYING HIGH—After a near loss in the Silverado Invitational two weeks ago. Green Valley senior wrestler Mike McEvoy takes his 56 match-winning streak with him as he vies for a second consecutive state title. Green Valley senior Mike McEvoy has a dream of one day being a pilot. Well, he's off to a good start— he's already on top of the world. With an overtime, tie-breaker win over R.D. Pursall from Deere Valley, Calif., in the 152-pound championship match of Silverado Invitational nearly two weeks ago, McEvoy stretched his prep wrestling winning-streak to 56 straight matches. It's a streak that began after losing the Nevada state championship in early 1994—McEvoy's sophomore year. "I feel a lot of pressure on me with this being my senior year— everybody expects me to win," said McEvoy, Green Valley High's student body treasurer. "I try not to think about it too much and just take one match at a time. I want to do my job, win state and get the Green Valley team as far as it can go." If there is anyone who expects McEvoy to win, it's himself. "He's a perfectionist," said Green Valley coach Carl Brum. "He hates to lose. He hates to get scored on. He likes to be a winner." "The only pressure he has, he brings upon himself," said Jon Ferry, Green Valley's 17-1, 135pound senior. "He doesn't get any fi-om the team." McEvoy has a little something extra about him when he wrestles. It's something those close to the wrestling world can see — he's a fierce competitor. "He doesn't like to lose — at anything," said Ferry, McEvoy's workout partner and friend. "He could be horse-playing in the hving room or working in the wrestling room, it doesn't matter, he won't letyou get an advantage on him." McEvoy's effort is noticed by all those around him. "You definitely have to include Mike as one [of the top area wrestlers], without a doubt," said Basic's long-time coach Jim Duschen. "It's the little things he does that are really important. It's the little extra he puts into it with each match. He knows how to compete in the pressure situation." The Silverado Invitational and Pursall gave McEvoy one of those situations. A situation which McEvoy, who is 113-11 as a Gator, hasn't been exposed to much lately. "It brought him back to where he knows there are other good guys out there and he has to wrestle hard every time he steps on the mat," Brum said. "That match he had in the finals will make him wrestle even harder." The win was McEvoy's firstever overtime match and acted as somewhat of a wake-up call. "1 realize I'm in good shape, but I need to get in better shape," said McEvoy, who is 18-0 this season, 'There are some tough kids out there and I have to keep myself motivated." With individual accomplishments such as two zone titles, a state title and a second-place at state — not to mention 'senioritus' — motivation can sometimes be a problem. So does McEvoy ever second guess himself about what he gives up to be the best he can be on the mat? "Every time I make weight," aid McEvoy without a pause. "But, of course, it's worth it." The reason is simple. And, well thought out. "Basically, I hope wrestling can give me an education so I can get on with the rest of my life," said McEvoy, whose holds down a 3.4 grade-point average. "[I want wrestling] to get me into a college that I wouldn't be able to get into without [it]." McEvoy is looking at an aeronautical school in Prescott, Ariz., Arizona State, the Air Force Academy or Leheigh as choices to trade his wrestling skills for an education. But no matter where he goes, his success on the mat should follow. "He's done a great job throughout the years and I think he has the ability to go on and be a successful collegiate wrestler," Duschen said. McEvoy wouldn't settle for anything less. "I just love to win," McEvoy said. "I can't stand to lose. I know if I put everything I can into it, I can be successful." But, what if the unthinkable happens. What if, in his final goaround, in his victory lap around the prep wrestling community, McEvoy were to fall. Oregon City wins Lady Wolves Invitational By thff News Staff Oregon City, Ore., is the No. 1 rated girls prep basketball team in the nation — and for good reason. With a 71-32 win over Brea Olinda, Calif, on Thursday night at Basic High School, the Pioneers breezed to the second annual Lady Wolves Christmas Invitational "Elite" Division title. The Pioneers opened the tournament with a 60-point win over Basic and its coach Jan Van Tuyl. Van Tuyl said with top teams from around the nation in the tournament — such as No. 1 Oregon City —'the Invitational : was a success. "We had nothing but compliments about the level of competition," Van Tuyl said. Eleven college coaches visited last year's tournament. Thisyear that number increased to 39, including a number of the top collegiate programs in the country. The majority of the coaches Tve talked to said they are coming back next year because they really enjoyed it this year," Van Tuyl said. "As these coaches come in, a lot of them are going back home and saying to [high school coaches], There's a helluva tournament out there. See if you can go play in it.' Van Tuyl's Lady Wolves finished the tournament 0-4 — dropping to 4-5 on the year—but the coach said the tournament let him see all of his players in action. "All the kids got equal playing tiiftg.!. said Van Tuyl, whose squad lost to Rancho 42-27 on Thursday. "They all got a chance to show what they can do on the court." Basic opens tournament play in Thousand Oaks, Calif, today as the Lady Wolves prepare for league-play beginning Jan. 5 at Green Valley. "The kids are getting antsy to do what they know they can do," Van Tuyl said. Silverado closed play in the "Select" Division of the Lady Wolves Christmas Invitational at Burkholder Middle School with a 44-41 win over Bonanza on Thursday. The Lady Skyhawks finished the tournament 1-3. "We played a little bit intimidated the first couple of games," Silverado coach Diane Hernandez said. "Going into [Thurday's] game we played with a lot more confidence." Helen Kale led the Silverado attack with 15 points as Amber Fife had 12. The Lady Skyhawks played the whole tournament without junior point guard Joyce Sudario because of physical ailments. "We're putting up good shots, but we're still passing some up," Hernandez said. "We need to get more girls involved in the offense and not just depend on Helen, Joyce or Amber." Hernandez said the win over Bonanza was important. "Knowing we can beat in-town teams is great for our confidence," said Hernandez. "Playing against some ofthese teams from out of town let us know how physical the game can be." Silverado is 5-4 on the year and will open divisional play at Durango on Jan. 5.-— The Green Valley girls varsity basketball squad finished play in the Lady Shields Run and Gun Holiday Classic last week at Cheyenne High School with an 0-3 mark. After dropping theirfirst game to Westminster, Calif, the Lady Gators fell to San Gorgonio, Calif, 42-27. Sophomore Nyla Mojaes paced Green Valley with 11 points as junior Crissy Buck chipped in nine. The Lady Gators closed the tournament with a 62-46 loss to Cheyenne on Wednesday. "We didn't play as well as we have been playing in the past," said Green Valley coach Alma Randolph. "1 think they kind of lost their confidence the first two games we played, but even though we lost [against Cheyenne], I think we got some of it back." Buck led Green Valley with 11 points as MojaesTia? 10. Junior Amber Rasmussen scored seven while sophomore April Simmons and freshman Tenelle Brown had six. Randolph and her Lady Gators will resume action when they open up divisional play at home against Basic on Jan. 5. "We should be ready [for divisional play]," Randolph said. "We're starting to get used to playing with each other. I think the younger kids are starting to have more confidence in themselves." Green Valley is 0-7 on the year, all in non-divisional play. FROM THE PRESSBOX I Reebok tournament featured Impressive array of talent Bill Rnunnan Bill Bowman News Sports Editor News and notes while checking out my Christmas gifts: The caliber of basketball played during the 19th Annual Reebok Classic was nothing short of impressive. Each and every team had standout players who had the crowd buzzing. Just check out some of the niunbers: •Balboa's Winters Patterson scored 56 points against Cheyenne. As a team, Balboa scored 123 points in a game to set a tam record. •Marquette Alexander of Balboa pulled down 24 rebounds against Cimarron-Memorial. •Butler hit 37 of 49 field goal attempts against Artesia, a blistering 75.5%. •Balboa and Martin Luther King put up an astounding 88 shots in different games. With teams playing 32 minute games, that's nearly three shots per minute. That's not counting shots by the other teams. • Balboa shot 50 free throws in a game against Cheyenne. As impressive as some of those numbers are, the number of college coaches on hand boggles the mind. No less than 50 college coaches were on hand at one time or another during the tournament to check out the talent It was an awesome display of basketball from the opening tip of the tournament. It's a shame more fans didn't take advantage of the chance to see the top-notch players. Remember, some ofthese guys will be in the NBA in the future. The honor roll of players who have played here and gone on to the Big Show include names like Jerry Stackhouse, Rasheed Wallace, Harold Miner and — of course— Greg Anthony. If you didn't take the time during this year's event to check it out, mark next year's tournament on your calendar. The event is only getting bigger and better. Less than a week to go before we find out who the No. 1 college football team will be. It's a far better scenario th,an in past seasons when there were four or five teams with mathematical chances at the title — and voters decided who won the crown. TTiis year there are just two: Florida and Nebraska. It will be a fitting end to a college season that had more ups and downs than a roller coaster. Look for Florida to score a late touchdown to win a high-scoring battle. The final: Gators 42, Comhuskers 38. The National Football League wrapped up its regular-season last weekend (the News went to press Friday) and there were more teams still in the playoff hunt than were eliminated. It was great to see a season where there were so many upsets. Picking a Super Bowl champ early in the year appeared to be a lock — several times. In the early going it looked to be a Miami-Dallas matchup. "Dien the Dolphins crashed and the Chiefs took the frontrunning spot to meet the Cowboys. The 49ers were in the picture early, but back-to-back losses to New Orleans and Jacksonville knocked them out of the picture — for awhile. Now, the Chiefs have proven they are human and are starting to come back to the pack after struggling against a few teams they should have blown out. And now Dallas is struggling in the late going. Now I finally have it figured out. No, really, I do. It's going to be San Francisco and Pittsburgh. l^e 49er8 are back on track and the Steelers are playing sobd. In the end, Steve Young to Jerry Rice will lead the 49er8 to a 28-24 victory. It is a possibility. "He has the pressure because of the undefeated season," Brum said. "We had a talk and I told him, 'If the loss comes, it comes. Sooner of later even the best people will lose.' I said, 'If you lose, nobody is going to look down on you for that. They'll look at how hard you wrestled.' If McEvoy—the perfectionist, the intense competitor, the technical genius on the mat — were to make that one fatal mistake and not have his hand raised at the end of the match, what would he do? "I would just have to put it behind me and not dwell on it," said McEvoy, who has been on the mat since he was in third grade. "People do make mistakes. Not everyone is perfect — especially not me." Don't tell that to his opponents. They know when McEvoy's on the mat, their perfect match may not be enough to break the winning-streak. A streak McEvoy said never enters his mind when it's 'go time.' "Before the match, I think aboutit,"McEvoy said. "Butonce I begin warming up and get on the mat, 1 don't. I get totally focused on the match. After I get done from a match, I can hardly remember anything about it except that I won. I'm totally focused on the one moment." And for McEvoy, after escaping near disaster at the Silverado Invitational, that moment is now as he tries to write his chapter in Nevada prep wrestling history. Wolves finish tourney at 2-2 By the News Staff _-. — • ^ The Basic boys wound up with a 2-2 record in the 19th Annual Reebok Holiday Prep Classic at Durango High School. "We knew it was going to be a tough tournament," Basic coach Mike Dye said. "But it was a good learning experience." On Wednesday, the Wolves fell to Archbishop Carroll from Radnor, Pa., 81-41 and were eliminated from the tournament. Basic trailed 35-14 at the half The Wolves were led by Jeff Rednour's eight points. Damon Caldwell added six points while Derrell Rivas had four points and 13 rebounds. For the tournament, Caldwell had 84 points — averaging 21 points per game. Steve Bentz added 49 points for a 12.25 average. Caldwell had 39 rebounds in the four games while Rivas had 38 rebounds — both over nine per game. "I didn't think about the Ws going in," Dye said. "I just wanted us to compete and play hard. And the kids played good ball. They fought hard." Now, the Wolves will look to the conference schedule. That's why we were here," Dye said of the tournament play. To prepare for later on. Hopefully this really helped us out." Mater Dei from Santa Ana, Calif., won the tournament with a 69-48 victory over Redemption Christian from Troy, N.Y. on Thursday night T*piunv>4>
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Page 12 Henderson Home News Tuesday, December 26, 1995 LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICE PUBUC NOTICE The Claric Coaity HeaMi Diitrict is in At proctss oTamrnding tkc Diitrict's REGULATIONS GOVERNING THE SANHATION OF FOOD ESTABLISHMENTS wlUdi will indddc: •DeHnition •Subrtantial Hcahh Hazards •Protcclion, Prcparatian, Scrvicr, and Transportation oT Food •PtrsooDtl •Food EttabUshmoit'i Equipment and Utrnsib •Sanitary Facilities and Controls •CdBstraction and Maintenance of Establishmentt •Housekeeping •Temporary Food Establishments •Mobile Units and Servicing Depots •Commissary and OfTsite Portable Units •Inspectioos and Grading of Food EstahlishmenU •Inspection F'orm •Bari>ecues •Bed and Breakfast Workshops are scheduled lu be held In Las Vegas, Laughlin, and Mcsquite on the proposed regulations. The purpose of these workshops is to obtain rommenO, and input fnim all interested persons on the proposed regulation changes. Theflnt workshops will be scheduled for 10:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m., January 19, 1996, at the Health District Center, 625 Shadow Lane; 1U:00 a.m., January 24, 1996, at the Government Center in Laughlin, Nevada; and 10:00 a.m., January 26, 1996, at the Virgin River Hotel in Mesquile, Nevada. Copies of the prosed regulation changes arc available at the Clark County Health District, 625 Shadow Lane, Las Vegas, Nevada 89106, and may be obtained in person, by m ail. Or by calling n)2-ii-l2S6. Members of the public who are disabled and require special accommodations or assistance at the meeting are requested to notify Clare Schmutz in writing at the Clark County Health District, P.O. Box 4426, Las Vegas, Nevada 89127, or by calling 702-383-1269. • /s/Clare A. Schmutz Clare A. Schmutz, R.S. Environmental Health Director H—Dec. 26,1995. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning Commission of the City of Henderson, Nevada, will hold a public hearing on January 4,1996, at 7:00 p.m. in the City Council Chambers, City Hall, 240 Water Street, Henderson, Nevada, to consider the following application. Z-1-96 PUBLIC HEARING ZONE CHANGE FOR MISSIGN PLAZA APPLICANT: TERRA WESTDEVELOPMENT OWNER: CHARLES KINGEN Reviewofa reclassiTication request from RS-6(Single Family Residential) district to CN (Neighborhood Commercial) district on 10 acres, located at the northwest comer of College Drive and Horizon Drive, in the Black Mountain planning area. TERRA WEST DEVELOPMENT ;ONE CHANGE Z 1 96 • "^ [Hum g t [ DESIGNATES PROJECT SITE A.VY AND ALL interested persons may appear before the Planning Commission, either in person or by counsel, and may object to or express approval of the above application, or may, prior to the public hearing, file with the llanning Department written i>bjecti(>n thereto or appnival thereof. For additional information, call 565-2474. DATED: December 20,1 995 /s/ RONALD B. FRAME, Chairman Henderson Planning Commivsion H—Dec. 26, 1995. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning Commission of the City of Henderson, Nevada, will hold a public hearing on January 4,1996, at 7:00 p.m. in the City Council Chambers, City Hall, 240 Water Street, Henderson, Nevada, to consider the following application. Z-4.96 PUBLIC HEARING ZONE CHANGE FOR PATTI ANN WOODS GREENWAY APPLICANT: LEWIS PROPERTIES OWNER: JOSEPH HUEI AND KUANG TSAI Review of a reclassiHcation request from RR (Rural Residential) district to RS-6 (Single Family Residential) district on 4.8 acres, generally located at Patti Ann Woods Drive and Greenway Road, m the Paradise Hills planning area. NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALES Title 0rdr No. 96090719TS6 Trustee Sal* No. 24000.12002 Refereitce No. 4S439 APN No. 178-18-216-OOS YOU ARE IN DEFAULT UNDER A DEED OF TRUST DATED NOVEMBER 11, 1993. UNLESS YOU TAKE ACTION TO PROTECT YOUR PROPERTY, IT MAY BE SOLO AT A PUBLIC SALE. IF YOU NEEb AN EXPLANATION OF THE NATURE OF THE PROCEEDINGS AGAINST YOU, YOU SHOULD CONTACT A LAWYER. 'On January 16, 1996 at 10.30 A.M., KIMBERLY INVESTMENT COMPANY, A CALIFORNIA CORPORA. TION as the duly appointed Trustee under and pursuant to Deed of Tnjst recorded on November 19, 1993 as Document No 00380 Book 931119 of Official Records in the Office of the Recorder of Clark County, California, executed by RALPH R. REUBER AND DIANA L REUBER, HUSBAND AND WIFE AS JOINT TENANTS, as Trusfor STANWELL MORTGAGE, INC. as BeneficiWILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER FOR CASH (payable at time of sale In lawful money of the United States, by • -an, a cashier's check drawn by a state or national bank a check drawn by a state or federal credit union jr a check drawn by a state or federal savings and loan association, savings association, or savings bank specified in section 5102 of the Financial Code and authorized to do business In this state) At: the front entrance to the Clark County Courthouse located at 200 South Third Street, Las Vegas, NV all right title and interest conveyed to and now neld by it under sakl Deed of Trust in the property situated in said County California describing the land therein. Lot Twenty-Six (26) in Bkx;k One (1) of Augusta Unit 2, as shown by Map thereof on File in Book 55, of Plats, Page 2, in the office of the County Recorder of Clark County,'Nevada. The street address and other common designatk>n if any, of the real property described above is purported to be: 2S15 Putting Green Dr., Henderson, NV69014 The undersigned Trustee disclaims any liability for any incorrectness of the street address and other common designation, if any, shown hierein Said sale VIAII be made, but without covenant or warranty, expressed or implied, residing tide, possesswn, or encumbrances, to pay the remaining principal sum of the note(s) secured by'said Deed of Trust, with Interest thereon, as provkled in said notefs), advances, if any, under the terms ot the Deed of TruM, estimated fees, charges and expenses of the Trustee and of the trusts created by sakl Deed of Trust, to-wit: $169,227 09 Estimated Accrued interest and additkxial advances, if any, will increase this figure prior to sale The beneficiary under sakfDeed of Trust heretofore executed and delivered to the undersigned a written Declaratwn of Default and Demand for Sale, and a written Notice of Default and Electktn to Sell The undersigned caused sakj NotKe of Default and Election to Sell to be recorded in ttie county where the real property is k)cated and more than three months have elapsed since such recordatkxi Date: Oecembw 14J995 KIMBERLY INVEStMENT COMPANY, as Trustee By; ARONOWITZ S ARMSTRONG, as Agent Aftonwys at Law 4400 AtecArthur Blvd., #310, Newport Beach, CA 926602034, Telephone Numbir: ^4) 724-1177 S. T. Wilams, Opwatnrw Manager Pub: ^2J^9/96, li^(J5, 01/02^ CNS1334501 H-Pec. 19, It, 199S, JL 2,1996, LEWIS PROPERTIES ZONE CtMNOe 2-4 96 DESIGNATES PROJECT SITE ANY AND ALL interested persons may appear before the Planning Commission, either in person or by counsel, and may object to or expre.ss approval of the above application, or may, prior to the public hearing, file with the Planning Department written objection thereto or approval thereof. For additional information, call 565-2474. DATED: December 20, 1 99 S // RONALD B. FRAME, Chairmm Henderson Planning Commi.ssion H—Dec. 26, 1995. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning Commission of the City of Henderson, Nevada, will hold a public hearing on January 4,1996, at 7:00 p.m. in the City Council Chambers, City Hall, 240 Water Street, Henderson, Nevada, to consider the following application. CPA-41-95 PUBLIC HEARING COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENT FOR HORIZON MINI-STORAGE APPLICANT: LINDA FERNANDEZ Request to amend the land use from Medium Density Residential (MDR) to General Commercial (GC) on 2.5 acres, generally located at the southeast comer of Horizon Ridge Parkway and ArroyoGrande Boulevard, in the Green Valley Ranch planning area. LINDA FERNANDEZ COMPREHENSIVE PLWJ AMENDMENT/ZONE CHANQEA/AHUVNCt CPA-41-95/Z-60-96/V-1-96 ANY AND ALL interested persons may appear before the Planning Commission, either in person or by counsel, and' may object to or express approval of the above application, or may, prior to the public hearing, file with the Planning Department written objection thereto or approval thereof. For additional information, call 565-2474. DATED: December 20, 1995 /s/ RONALD B. FRAMF., Chairman Henderson Planning Commission H—Dec. 26,1995. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning Commission of the City of Henderson, Nevada, will hold a public hearing on January 4,1996, at 7:00 p.m. in the City Council Chambers, City Hall, 240 Water Street, Henderson, Nevada, to consider the following application. U-5-96 PUBLIC HEARING USE PERMIT FOR PEPPER RIDGE APPLICA.NT: MIRIAM McGOWAN OWNERBRUNER/ STODDARD PTSP. Request for personal improvement service in an CC (Community Commercial) district, at 6250 Mountain Vista Street, in the Green Valley North planning area. MIRIAM MCGOWAN USE PtRMIT U 5 96 DESIGNATES PROJECT SITE ANY AND ALL interested persons may appear before the Planning Commission, either in person or by counsel, and may object to or express appmvid of the above application, or may, prior to the public hearing, file with the Planning DeparimenI written objection thereto or approval thereof. For additional information, call 565-2474. DATED: December 20, 1 995 /s/ RONALD B. FRAME, Chairman Henderson Planning Commission H—Dec. 26, 1995. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HF.ARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Manning Commiilion of the City of Henderson, Nevada, will hold a public hearing on January 4,1996, at 7:00 p.m. in the City Council Chambers, City Hall, 240 Water Street, Henderson, Nevada, to consider the following application. V-54-95 CONTINUED PUBLIC HEARING VARIANCE APPLICANT: KEITH AND CHRISTIAN LASLEV Request to allow an enclosed patin cover to be set back 13 feet from rear property line where 15 fert is required, at 683 Ladywood Lane, in the Highland Hills planning area. ANY AND ALL interested persons may appear before the Planning Commission, either in person or by counseL and may object to or express appnival of the above application, or may, prior to the public hearing, flle with the llanning Department written objection thereto or approval thereof. For addiliiHial inromialiiin, call 565-2474. DATED: December 20, 1 995 As/ RONALD B. FRAME, Chairman Henderson Planning CommLssion H—Dec. 16, 1994. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning Commission of the City of Henderson, Nevada, will hold a public hearing on January 4,1996, at 7:00 p.m. in the City Council Chambers, City Hall, 240 WaterStreet, Henderson, Nevada, to consider the following application. U-3-96 PUBLIC HEARING USE PERMIT FOR GOLF COURSE NUINTENANCE FACILITY FUEL STORAGE APPLICANT: DEL WEBB COMMUNITIES INC. Request for above ground fuel storage tank in a PS (Public and Semi-Public) district, at 2048 High Mesa Drive, in the MacDonald Ranch planning area. DEL WEBB CGMMUNITIESk INC USE PERMIT U-3'96 DESIGNATES PROJECT SITE ANY AND ALL interested persons may appear before the Planning Commission, either in person or by counsel, and may object to or express approval of the above application, or may, prior to the public hearing, file with the Planning Department written objection thereto-ot approval thereof. For additional information, call 565-2474. DATED: December 20, 1995 /s/ RONALD B. FRAME, Chairman Henderson Planning Commis.sion H—Dec. 26, 1995. NOTICE OF PUBLK HEARING .NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the llanning Commission of the City of Henderson, Nevada, will hold a public hearing on January 4,1996, at 7:00 p.m. in the Cily Council Chambers, Cily HalL 240 Water Street, Henderson, Nevada, to consider the following application. U-4-96 PUBLIC HEARING USE PERMIT FOR SUN CITY MACDONALD RANCH OFFICES APPLICANT: DEL WEBB COMMUNITIES INC. Request for interim modular office building in an RM-10 (Medium Density Residential)dislrict, at 2049 Horizon Ridge Parkway, in the MacDonald Ranch planning area. DEL WEBB COMMUNITIES, INC R i USE PEBMIT/AflCHITECTUHAI HI VIEW U-4 96/Afl 7 96 1 '''-•'*ims^ 1. } • r: • • "' 1 i OESlGNAItS PROJECT SITE ANY AND ALL interested persons may appear before the Plannil^ Commission, either in person or by counseL and may abject to or express approval of the above appKcalion, or may, prior to the pablic hearing, file with the Planning Department written objection thereto or approval thereof. For additional Infonnation, call 565-2474. DATED: December 20,1995 /s/ RONALD B. FRAME, Chairman Henderson flanning Conuninion H—Dec. 2, 1995. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning Commission of the Cily of Henderson, Nevada, will hold a public hearing on January 4,1996, at 7:00 p.m. in the City Council Chambers, City Hdll, 240 WaterStreet, Henderson, Nevada, to consider the fallowing application. V-58-95 PUBLIC HEARING VARIANCE FOR COMMERCIAL CENTER APPLICANT: ANTHONY J. ANTONACCI Re<|uest to reduce the minimum site area requirement from 10 acres to 2.5 acres, in a proposed CC (Community Commercial) district, at 2(MI .South Arroyo Grande Boulevard, in the Green Valley Ranch planning area. ANTHONY J. ANTONACCI DESIGNATES PROJECT SITE ANY AND ALL interested persons may appear before the nanning Commission, either in person or by counsel, and may object to or express approval of the above application, or may, prior to the public hearing, file with the Planning Department written objection thereto or approval thereof. For additional information, call 565-2474. DATED: December 20, 1995 /s/ RONALD B. FRAME, Chairmw Henderson Planning Commission H—Dec. 26, 1995. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning Commission of the Cily of Henderson, Nevada, will hold a public hearing on January 4, 1996, at 7:(KI p.m. in the Cily Council Chambers, City Hull, 240 WaterStreet, Henderson, Nevada, to consider the following application. V-l-96 PUBLIC HEARING VARIANCE FOR HORIZON MINI-STORAGE APPLICANT: LINDA FERNANDEZ Request to reduce the minimum site area requirement from 10 acres to 2.5 acres in a proposed CC (Community Commercial) District, generally located at the southeast comer of Horizon Ridge Parkway and Arroyo Grande Boulevard in the Green Valley Ranch planning area. LINDA FERNANDEZ COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENT/ZONE CHANGE.A/ARIANCE CPA-41-95/Z-60-96/V-196 DESIGNATES PROJECT SITE ANY AND ALL interested persons may appear before the Planning Commission, either in person or by counsel, and may object to or express approval of the above application, or may, prior to the public hearing, file with the Planning Department written objection thereto or approval thereof. For additional information, call 565-2474. DATED: December 20, 1995 /s/ RONALD B. FRAME^ Ckekmi Henderson Planning Commission H—Dec. 26, 1995. LEGAL NOTICE Notice is hereby given that in accordance with Nevada Revised Statutes, 108.270108.34iOtlM fallowing vehicles and vessels will be sold on an "AS IS" "WHERE IS" basis to the highest scaled bid on Saturday, January 6, 199<, at Storage Pint, 1553 Foolhitt Dr., Boulder City, Nevada 89005. Auction by sealed Md to begin at 10:00 A.M. Vehicles may be inspected between 9:00 and 10:00 A.M. the day of the sale. '72 Ford PU VIN#F10CR370972 R/L Unknown '51 Dodge Convertible Vin #5133248964 R/L Unknown '71M/B VIN #312-182367 R/L Unknown '73DodgeDart VIN#LL29G3G262840 R/L Unknown There are no warranties, expressed or implied, merchantability or otherwise on the above mentioned vehicles or vessel. The sale of the above vehicles are to satisfy lien against Gary Webb, 101 Grandview, Henderson, NV 89015. This sale is subject to cancellation in the event all monies are paid in full prior to this date. Storage Plus reserves the right to bid. BC—December 26, 1995, Jan. 2,1996. 3Si J • • • *'. .... THE NEWS COVERS YOUR COMMUNITY m y Tuesday, December 26,1995 Henderson Home News Page 13 LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEA RING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Ihc Planning Commissiofl of the City of Henderson, Nevada, will h ...-Si, that's a lot ot natural nescxirces ^ to siiii; one. e going down the dr.iin. • Shorter songs iruikr Now, we're not .saying vii • for .shorter showers. And tor should -Stop taking showers the biggest ciilpnr of than or brushing \oiir teeth. We're • all, the toilet, tnputting a • just suggesting some simple weighted jug in the tank. It will e bathioom training, hor instance. • help save water CV.TA tune \ on when wxi're brushing wur ^i^ flush. Plus, don'i forget to teeth, turn oft the water. ^^ turn ixit the lights when Do the same when ^H ^" '*"''^''" ^""^' tie helping R|)\ij ^^^K t^ conserve clectncity. Sinruplc /5% mere water h imtallmg J weigl>ttiip)g m ycur toilet unk. And oh j'eah, f \ou don't think \ou'll remmiber tliese things, take tins newspaper with \i>ii the next time \ou go. This message brought to vou hv the 4}> emironmental charities that make up Earth Siare. hr mere tips cy mkrtvtton on Aw \cn ijn he lp, \ivte tarlk Slvrr .3VW Inlerluaic'uil l^rtvc XiyHuiu IK 2(J W Earth Share irs \ CONNEC III) WORID DO >()UR SHARE. PROFESSIONAL SERVICES DONT GET RIPPED OFF, HIRE A LICENSED CONTRACTOR-J.P.S. painting, license #39586, bonded and insured. Special paint and labor included. 1 coat average 1 bdrm. $120. 2 bdrm. $185, same color. 3 bdrm. $245. 4 bdrm. $300. Closet w/bdrm. $25. ea. Average iiv. rm. $160. Kitchen $135. Hall and bath $85. ea. Prices won't last. Please call now. Free estimate, Jerry 898-1329. Spray ceiling $1 per so. ft. Will beat all reasonable advertised prices. ExteriorslO'/oOff. Call Now. Free estimates JPS 898-1329. PS10307 Over 15yrs. exp. inconst. • patio covers, rm. additions & ceramic tile. Reasonable rates, call 564-1657. PS109B9 Sm. block wall construction. 565-3215. HiimH PROFESSIONAL SERVICES PLUI^BING REPAIRS General Low discounts, free estimates, 39 yrs. experience. Aircondition/ heating units cleaned, filters installed 434-9168 or 692-9243 (pager). TREE TRIMMING Very Reasonable Rates 361-2399 • • ^ • • • laMHMH^H JOE'S WINTER TRIM SERVICE TREES & BUSHES 294-0264 16T0N TOP SOIL $112. 263-2266 The leaves are falling! Tired of raking them? Call C.C.'s LAWN & MAINTENANCE 564-2206 CUSTOM BOAT COVERS • BIMINI TOPS FRAMEWORK • irfTERIORS • TRACTOR SEATS CARL'S Upholstery AUTO • RV • MARINE CRAFT Free Estimates 728 Canyon Rd.. Boulder City. NV 890OS Beeper 252-1339 (702) 293-0591 11045 ^ THE CAVANAUGH'S PAINTING Interior/Exterior Free Estimates 294-1422 ^'<^^"^^ BOULDER CITY CARPET CARE Carpet Cleaning specialists, upholstery, auto, boat, RV Interiors, 24 hr. service. Carpet & fabric protection. Soft water for cleaner, softer carpets. 293-4148 10497 BO'S HOUSECLEANING Boats RV's Commercial Residential 294-6274 Need your Castle Cleaned? llt • ApMrtmenlM • H>UNM l*nrtll >r Kull C'lnlnf| Frrr Klimtrs C\ill John r Lynn Dcliu AffordabI* • lotir^d Lte '^ly* b>ulJcr Cny 293-036 r I Sma^M 7/ta€0€d Lo^' 7DyAWek I Rates I PROFESSIONAL 1 SERVICES 1 PROFESSIONAL 1 SERVICES Available at Lake f^ead Marina, artist to paint names and stripes on boats. Monthly boat HOME REPAIRS All trades. FREE ESTIMATE. 15 yrs. exp. Paul 293-2245. PS11046 maintenance and detailing. Call Mara 493-9710. PS8195 GATES BY CURTIS Ornamental Iron Custom gates and fencing, pool coded, 558-7101 Lie. #010-014416 NEVADA'S FINEST SINGLES WtMraQualKy SinglM Coma Togalhar. Sincara, Exciting, Confldantlal. Muat ba IB. Placa a FREE ad by calling (702) 391-0498. In buainaaa ainca 1991...All llfaatylas. TREE PRUNING Same Day Service Local Refs Call 566^527 Pager 268-5794... Tow drivers needed, part time avail., exp. preferred but not necessary. Must be clean cut, have valid Nevada driver's license with current DMV printout. Must live in BC. Apply in person at 705 Juniper Way, BC HW1089O FLYING HAWAIIAN Boat Canvas & Upholstery Hobbies/CrafU 42 Watar St., Handaraon 565-8400 niflitt HAPPY GARDNER We Care For Your Lawn George R. Rogan, III #164-13888 565-3583 1085 -fiA Painting & Plastering Inc. ^ lU4^ Comme/r/a/ A Reaidential ^^ Interior/Exterior • Repaint* Lie. #39382. 39383 Call 293-5773 • Bookkeeping • Taxes • HnAndal Records • Are you ready for ye^r-end? Are your books up to date? Tax-tlnie Is coming..1 can help. 20-iyears' experience. By twind or computer. ^ 1 can also help set up financial records. JI^L Loma Russell, 383-Sl 13 ^^^ YARDVARK'S LAWN AND MAINTENANCE ^^'> Professional Tree Trimming Sanring BC. Green Valley & Henderson 294-1114 Pager 222-6926 10501 10500 I BLACK MOl NTAi; PLl'MBINt; .SERVICE m yi FAST SERVICE HENDERSON BOULDER CITY 565-6749 ^ • •'•" 294-7713 Please see next page for additional professional services

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Page 12 Henderson Home News Tuesday, December 26, 1995 LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICE PUBUC NOTICE The Claric Coaity HeaMi Diitrict is in At proctss oTamrnding tkc Diitrict's REGULATIONS GOVERNING THE SANHATION OF FOOD ESTABLISHMENTS wlUdi will indddc: •DeHnition •Subrtantial Hcahh Hazards •Protcclion, Prcparatian, Scrvicr, and Transportation oT Food •PtrsooDtl •Food EttabUshmoit'i Equipment and Utrnsib •Sanitary Facilities and Controls •CdBstraction and Maintenance of Establishmentt •Housekeeping •Temporary Food Establishments •Mobile Units and Servicing Depots •Commissary and OfTsite Portable Units •Inspectioos and Grading of Food EstahlishmenU •Inspection F'orm •Bari>ecues •Bed and Breakfast Workshops are scheduled lu be held In Las Vegas, Laughlin, and Mcsquite on the proposed regulations. The purpose of these workshops is to obtain rommenO, and input fnim all interested persons on the proposed regulation changes. Theflnt workshops will be scheduled for 10:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m., January 19, 1996, at the Health District Center, 625 Shadow Lane; 1U:00 a.m., January 24, 1996, at the Government Center in Laughlin, Nevada; and 10:00 a.m., January 26, 1996, at the Virgin River Hotel in Mesquile, Nevada. Copies of the prosed regulation changes arc available at the Clark County Health District, 625 Shadow Lane, Las Vegas, Nevada 89106, and may be obtained in person, by m ail. Or by calling n)2-ii-l2S6. Members of the public who are disabled and require special accommodations or assistance at the meeting are requested to notify Clare Schmutz in writing at the Clark County Health District, P.O. Box 4426, Las Vegas, Nevada 89127, or by calling 702-383-1269. • /s/Clare A. Schmutz Clare A. Schmutz, R.S. Environmental Health Director H—Dec. 26,1995. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning Commission of the City of Henderson, Nevada, will hold a public hearing on January 4,1996, at 7:00 p.m. in the City Council Chambers, City Hall, 240 Water Street, Henderson, Nevada, to consider the following application. Z-1-96 PUBLIC HEARING ZONE CHANGE FOR MISSIGN PLAZA APPLICANT: TERRA WESTDEVELOPMENT OWNER: CHARLES KINGEN Reviewofa reclassiTication request from RS-6(Single Family Residential) district to CN (Neighborhood Commercial) district on 10 acres, located at the northwest comer of College Drive and Horizon Drive, in the Black Mountain planning area. TERRA WEST DEVELOPMENT ;ONE CHANGE Z 1 96 • "^ [Hum g t [ DESIGNATES PROJECT SITE A.VY AND ALL interested persons may appear before the Planning Commission, either in person or by counsel, and may object to or express approval of the above application, or may, prior to the public hearing, file with the llanning Department written i>bjecti(>n thereto or appnival thereof. For additional information, call 565-2474. DATED: December 20,1 995 /s/ RONALD B. FRAME, Chairman Henderson Planning Commivsion H—Dec. 26, 1995. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning Commission of the City of Henderson, Nevada, will hold a public hearing on January 4,1996, at 7:00 p.m. in the City Council Chambers, City Hall, 240 Water Street, Henderson, Nevada, to consider the following application. Z-4.96 PUBLIC HEARING ZONE CHANGE FOR PATTI ANN WOODS GREENWAY APPLICANT: LEWIS PROPERTIES OWNER: JOSEPH HUEI AND KUANG TSAI Review of a reclassiHcation request from RR (Rural Residential) district to RS-6 (Single Family Residential) district on 4.8 acres, generally located at Patti Ann Woods Drive and Greenway Road, m the Paradise Hills planning area. NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALES Title 0rdr No. 96090719TS6 Trustee Sal* No. 24000.12002 Refereitce No. 4S439 APN No. 178-18-216-OOS YOU ARE IN DEFAULT UNDER A DEED OF TRUST DATED NOVEMBER 11, 1993. UNLESS YOU TAKE ACTION TO PROTECT YOUR PROPERTY, IT MAY BE SOLO AT A PUBLIC SALE. IF YOU NEEb AN EXPLANATION OF THE NATURE OF THE PROCEEDINGS AGAINST YOU, YOU SHOULD CONTACT A LAWYER. 'On January 16, 1996 at 10.30 A.M., KIMBERLY INVESTMENT COMPANY, A CALIFORNIA CORPORA. TION as the duly appointed Trustee under and pursuant to Deed of Tnjst recorded on November 19, 1993 as Document No 00380 Book 931119 of Official Records in the Office of the Recorder of Clark County, California, executed by RALPH R. REUBER AND DIANA L REUBER, HUSBAND AND WIFE AS JOINT TENANTS, as Trusfor STANWELL MORTGAGE, INC. as BeneficiWILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER FOR CASH (payable at time of sale In lawful money of the United States, by • -an, a cashier's check drawn by a state or national bank a check drawn by a state or federal credit union jr a check drawn by a state or federal savings and loan association, savings association, or savings bank specified in section 5102 of the Financial Code and authorized to do business In this state) At: the front entrance to the Clark County Courthouse located at 200 South Third Street, Las Vegas, NV all right title and interest conveyed to and now neld by it under sakl Deed of Trust in the property situated in said County California describing the land therein. Lot Twenty-Six (26) in Bkx;k One (1) of Augusta Unit 2, as shown by Map thereof on File in Book 55, of Plats, Page 2, in the office of the County Recorder of Clark County,'Nevada. The street address and other common designatk>n if any, of the real property described above is purported to be: 2S15 Putting Green Dr., Henderson, NV69014 The undersigned Trustee disclaims any liability for any incorrectness of the street address and other common designation, if any, shown hierein Said sale VIAII be made, but without covenant or warranty, expressed or implied, residing tide, possesswn, or encumbrances, to pay the remaining principal sum of the note(s) secured by'said Deed of Trust, with Interest thereon, as provkled in said notefs), advances, if any, under the terms ot the Deed of TruM, estimated fees, charges and expenses of the Trustee and of the trusts created by sakl Deed of Trust, to-wit: $169,227 09 Estimated Accrued interest and additkxial advances, if any, will increase this figure prior to sale The beneficiary under sakfDeed of Trust heretofore executed and delivered to the undersigned a written Declaratwn of Default and Demand for Sale, and a written Notice of Default and Electktn to Sell The undersigned caused sakj NotKe of Default and Election to Sell to be recorded in ttie county where the real property is k)cated and more than three months have elapsed since such recordatkxi Date: Oecembw 14J995 KIMBERLY INVEStMENT COMPANY, as Trustee By; ARONOWITZ S ARMSTRONG, as Agent Aftonwys at Law 4400 AtecArthur Blvd., #310, Newport Beach, CA 926602034, Telephone Numbir: ^4) 724-1177 S. T. Wilams, Opwatnrw Manager Pub: ^2J^9/96, li^(J5, 01/02^ CNS1334501 H-Pec. 19, It, 199S, JL 2,1996, LEWIS PROPERTIES ZONE CtMNOe 2-4 96 DESIGNATES PROJECT SITE ANY AND ALL interested persons may appear before the Planning Commission, either in person or by counsel, and may object to or expre.ss approval of the above application, or may, prior to the public hearing, file with the Planning Department written objection thereto or approval thereof. For additional information, call 565-2474. DATED: December 20, 1 99 S // RONALD B. FRAME, Chairmm Henderson Planning Commi.ssion H—Dec. 26, 1995. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning Commission of the City of Henderson, Nevada, will hold a public hearing on January 4,1996, at 7:00 p.m. in the City Council Chambers, City Hall, 240 Water Street, Henderson, Nevada, to consider the following application. CPA-41-95 PUBLIC HEARING COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENT FOR HORIZON MINI-STORAGE APPLICANT: LINDA FERNANDEZ Request to amend the land use from Medium Density Residential (MDR) to General Commercial (GC) on 2.5 acres, generally located at the southeast comer of Horizon Ridge Parkway and ArroyoGrande Boulevard, in the Green Valley Ranch planning area. LINDA FERNANDEZ COMPREHENSIVE PLWJ AMENDMENT/ZONE CHANQEA/AHUVNCt CPA-41-95/Z-60-96/V-1-96 ANY AND ALL interested persons may appear before the Planning Commission, either in person or by counsel, and' may object to or express approval of the above application, or may, prior to the public hearing, file with the Planning Department written objection thereto or approval thereof. For additional information, call 565-2474. DATED: December 20, 1995 /s/ RONALD B. FRAMF., Chairman Henderson Planning Commission H—Dec. 26,1995. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning Commission of the City of Henderson, Nevada, will hold a public hearing on January 4,1996, at 7:00 p.m. in the City Council Chambers, City Hall, 240 Water Street, Henderson, Nevada, to consider the following application. U-5-96 PUBLIC HEARING USE PERMIT FOR PEPPER RIDGE APPLICA.NT: MIRIAM McGOWAN OWNERBRUNER/ STODDARD PTSP. Request for personal improvement service in an CC (Community Commercial) district, at 6250 Mountain Vista Street, in the Green Valley North planning area. MIRIAM MCGOWAN USE PtRMIT U 5 96 DESIGNATES PROJECT SITE ANY AND ALL interested persons may appear before the Planning Commission, either in person or by counsel, and may object to or express appmvid of the above application, or may, prior to the public hearing, file with the Planning DeparimenI written objection thereto or approval thereof. For additional information, call 565-2474. DATED: December 20, 1 995 /s/ RONALD B. FRAME, Chairman Henderson Planning Commission H—Dec. 26, 1995. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HF.ARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Manning Commiilion of the City of Henderson, Nevada, will hold a public hearing on January 4,1996, at 7:00 p.m. in the City Council Chambers, City Hall, 240 Water Street, Henderson, Nevada, to consider the following application. V-54-95 CONTINUED PUBLIC HEARING VARIANCE APPLICANT: KEITH AND CHRISTIAN LASLEV Request to allow an enclosed patin cover to be set back 13 feet from rear property line where 15 fert is required, at 683 Ladywood Lane, in the Highland Hills planning area. ANY AND ALL interested persons may appear before the Planning Commission, either in person or by counseL and may object to or express appnival of the above application, or may, prior to the public hearing, flle with the llanning Department written objection thereto or approval thereof. For addiliiHial inromialiiin, call 565-2474. DATED: December 20, 1 995 As/ RONALD B. FRAME, Chairman Henderson Planning CommLssion H—Dec. 16, 1994. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning Commission of the City of Henderson, Nevada, will hold a public hearing on January 4,1996, at 7:00 p.m. in the City Council Chambers, City Hall, 240 WaterStreet, Henderson, Nevada, to consider the following application. U-3-96 PUBLIC HEARING USE PERMIT FOR GOLF COURSE NUINTENANCE FACILITY FUEL STORAGE APPLICANT: DEL WEBB COMMUNITIES INC. Request for above ground fuel storage tank in a PS (Public and Semi-Public) district, at 2048 High Mesa Drive, in the MacDonald Ranch planning area. DEL WEBB CGMMUNITIESk INC USE PERMIT U-3'96 DESIGNATES PROJECT SITE ANY AND ALL interested persons may appear before the Planning Commission, either in person or by counsel, and may object to or express approval of the above application, or may, prior to the public hearing, file with the Planning Department written objection thereto-ot approval thereof. For additional information, call 565-2474. DATED: December 20, 1995 /s/ RONALD B. FRAME, Chairman Henderson Planning Commis.sion H—Dec. 26, 1995. NOTICE OF PUBLK HEARING .NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the llanning Commission of the City of Henderson, Nevada, will hold a public hearing on January 4,1996, at 7:00 p.m. in the Cily Council Chambers, Cily HalL 240 Water Street, Henderson, Nevada, to consider the following application. U-4-96 PUBLIC HEARING USE PERMIT FOR SUN CITY MACDONALD RANCH OFFICES APPLICANT: DEL WEBB COMMUNITIES INC. Request for interim modular office building in an RM-10 (Medium Density Residential)dislrict, at 2049 Horizon Ridge Parkway, in the MacDonald Ranch planning area. DEL WEBB COMMUNITIES, INC R i USE PEBMIT/AflCHITECTUHAI HI VIEW U-4 96/Afl 7 96 1 '''-•'*ims^ 1. } • r: • • "' 1 i OESlGNAItS PROJECT SITE ANY AND ALL interested persons may appear before the Plannil^ Commission, either in person or by counseL and may abject to or express approval of the above appKcalion, or may, prior to the pablic hearing, file with the Planning Department written objection thereto or approval thereof. For additional Infonnation, call 565-2474. DATED: December 20,1995 /s/ RONALD B. FRAME, Chairman Henderson flanning Conuninion H—Dec. 2, 1995. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning Commission of the Cily of Henderson, Nevada, will hold a public hearing on January 4,1996, at 7:00 p.m. in the City Council Chambers, City Hdll, 240 WaterStreet, Henderson, Nevada, to consider the fallowing application. V-58-95 PUBLIC HEARING VARIANCE FOR COMMERCIAL CENTER APPLICANT: ANTHONY J. ANTONACCI Re<|uest to reduce the minimum site area requirement from 10 acres to 2.5 acres, in a proposed CC (Community Commercial) district, at 2(MI .South Arroyo Grande Boulevard, in the Green Valley Ranch planning area. ANTHONY J. ANTONACCI DESIGNATES PROJECT SITE ANY AND ALL interested persons may appear before the nanning Commission, either in person or by counsel, and may object to or express approval of the above application, or may, prior to the public hearing, file with the Planning Department written objection thereto or approval thereof. For additional information, call 565-2474. DATED: December 20, 1995 /s/ RONALD B. FRAME, Chairmw Henderson Planning Commission H—Dec. 26, 1995. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning Commission of the Cily of Henderson, Nevada, will hold a public hearing on January 4, 1996, at 7:(KI p.m. in the Cily Council Chambers, City Hull, 240 WaterStreet, Henderson, Nevada, to consider the following application. V-l-96 PUBLIC HEARING VARIANCE FOR HORIZON MINI-STORAGE APPLICANT: LINDA FERNANDEZ Request to reduce the minimum site area requirement from 10 acres to 2.5 acres in a proposed CC (Community Commercial) District, generally located at the southeast comer of Horizon Ridge Parkway and Arroyo Grande Boulevard in the Green Valley Ranch planning area. LINDA FERNANDEZ COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENT/ZONE CHANGE.A/ARIANCE CPA-41-95/Z-60-96/V-196 DESIGNATES PROJECT SITE ANY AND ALL interested persons may appear before the Planning Commission, either in person or by counsel, and may object to or express approval of the above application, or may, prior to the public hearing, file with the Planning Department written objection thereto or approval thereof. For additional information, call 565-2474. DATED: December 20, 1995 /s/ RONALD B. FRAME^ Ckekmi Henderson Planning Commission H—Dec. 26, 1995. LEGAL NOTICE Notice is hereby given that in accordance with Nevada Revised Statutes, 108.270108.34iOtlM fallowing vehicles and vessels will be sold on an "AS IS" "WHERE IS" basis to the highest scaled bid on Saturday, January 6, 199<, at Storage Pint, 1553 Foolhitt Dr., Boulder City, Nevada 89005. Auction by sealed Md to begin at 10:00 A.M. Vehicles may be inspected between 9:00 and 10:00 A.M. the day of the sale. '72 Ford PU VIN#F10CR370972 R/L Unknown '51 Dodge Convertible Vin #5133248964 R/L Unknown '71M/B VIN #312-182367 R/L Unknown '73DodgeDart VIN#LL29G3G262840 R/L Unknown There are no warranties, expressed or implied, merchantability or otherwise on the above mentioned vehicles or vessel. The sale of the above vehicles are to satisfy lien against Gary Webb, 101 Grandview, Henderson, NV 89015. This sale is subject to cancellation in the event all monies are paid in full prior to this date. Storage Plus reserves the right to bid. BC—December 26, 1995, Jan. 2,1996. 3Si J • • • *'. .... THE NEWS COVERS YOUR COMMUNITY m y Tuesday, December 26,1995 Henderson Home News Page 13 LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEA RING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Ihc Planning Commissiofl of the City of Henderson, Nevada, will h ...-Si, that's a lot ot natural nescxirces ^ to siiii; one. e going down the dr.iin. • Shorter songs iruikr Now, we're not .saying vii • for .shorter showers. And tor should -Stop taking showers the biggest ciilpnr of than or brushing \oiir teeth. We're • all, the toilet, tnputting a • just suggesting some simple weighted jug in the tank. It will e bathioom training, hor instance. • help save water CV.TA tune \ on when wxi're brushing wur ^i^ flush. Plus, don'i forget to teeth, turn oft the water. ^^ turn ixit the lights when Do the same when ^H ^" '*"''^''" ^""^' tie helping R|)\ij ^^^K t^ conserve clectncity. Sinruplc /5% mere water h imtallmg J weigl>ttiip)g m ycur toilet unk. And oh j'eah, f \ou don't think \ou'll remmiber tliese things, take tins newspaper with \i>ii the next time \ou go. This message brought to vou hv the 4}> emironmental charities that make up Earth Siare. hr mere tips cy mkrtvtton on Aw \cn ijn he lp, \ivte tarlk Slvrr .3VW Inlerluaic'uil l^rtvc XiyHuiu IK 2(J W Earth Share irs \ CONNEC III) WORID DO >()UR SHARE. PROFESSIONAL SERVICES DONT GET RIPPED OFF, HIRE A LICENSED CONTRACTOR-J.P.S. painting, license #39586, bonded and insured. Special paint and labor included. 1 coat average 1 bdrm. $120. 2 bdrm. $185, same color. 3 bdrm. $245. 4 bdrm. $300. Closet w/bdrm. $25. ea. Average iiv. rm. $160. Kitchen $135. Hall and bath $85. ea. Prices won't last. Please call now. Free estimate, Jerry 898-1329. Spray ceiling $1 per so. ft. Will beat all reasonable advertised prices. ExteriorslO'/oOff. Call Now. Free estimates JPS 898-1329. PS10307 Over 15yrs. exp. inconst. • patio covers, rm. additions & ceramic tile. Reasonable rates, call 564-1657. PS109B9 Sm. block wall construction. 565-3215. HiimH PROFESSIONAL SERVICES PLUI^BING REPAIRS General Low discounts, free estimates, 39 yrs. experience. Aircondition/ heating units cleaned, filters installed 434-9168 or 692-9243 (pager). TREE TRIMMING Very Reasonable Rates 361-2399 • • ^ • • • laMHMH^H JOE'S WINTER TRIM SERVICE TREES & BUSHES 294-0264 16T0N TOP SOIL $112. 263-2266 The leaves are falling! Tired of raking them? Call C.C.'s LAWN & MAINTENANCE 564-2206 CUSTOM BOAT COVERS • BIMINI TOPS FRAMEWORK • irfTERIORS • TRACTOR SEATS CARL'S Upholstery AUTO • RV • MARINE CRAFT Free Estimates 728 Canyon Rd.. Boulder City. NV 890OS Beeper 252-1339 (702) 293-0591 11045 ^ THE CAVANAUGH'S PAINTING Interior/Exterior Free Estimates 294-1422 ^'<^^"^^ BOULDER CITY CARPET CARE Carpet Cleaning specialists, upholstery, auto, boat, RV Interiors, 24 hr. service. Carpet & fabric protection. Soft water for cleaner, softer carpets. 293-4148 10497 BO'S HOUSECLEANING Boats RV's Commercial Residential 294-6274 Need your Castle Cleaned? llt • ApMrtmenlM • H>UNM l*nrtll >r Kull C'lnlnf| Frrr Klimtrs C\ill John r Lynn Dcliu AffordabI* • lotir^d Lte '^ly* b>ulJcr Cny 293-036 r I Sma^M 7/ta€0€d Lo^' 7DyAWek I Rates I PROFESSIONAL 1 SERVICES 1 PROFESSIONAL 1 SERVICES Available at Lake f^ead Marina, artist to paint names and stripes on boats. Monthly boat HOME REPAIRS All trades. FREE ESTIMATE. 15 yrs. exp. Paul 293-2245. PS11046 maintenance and detailing. Call Mara 493-9710. PS8195 GATES BY CURTIS Ornamental Iron Custom gates and fencing, pool coded, 558-7101 Lie. #010-014416 NEVADA'S FINEST SINGLES WtMraQualKy SinglM Coma Togalhar. Sincara, Exciting, Confldantlal. Muat ba IB. Placa a FREE ad by calling (702) 391-0498. In buainaaa ainca 1991...All llfaatylas. TREE PRUNING Same Day Service Local Refs Call 566^527 Pager 268-5794... Tow drivers needed, part time avail., exp. preferred but not necessary. Must be clean cut, have valid Nevada driver's license with current DMV printout. Must live in BC. Apply in person at 705 Juniper Way, BC HW1089O FLYING HAWAIIAN Boat Canvas & Upholstery Hobbies/CrafU 42 Watar St., Handaraon 565-8400 niflitt HAPPY GARDNER We Care For Your Lawn George R. Rogan, III #164-13888 565-3583 1085 -fiA Painting & Plastering Inc. ^ lU4^ Comme/r/a/ A Reaidential ^^ Interior/Exterior • Repaint* Lie. #39382. 39383 Call 293-5773 • Bookkeeping • Taxes • HnAndal Records • Are you ready for ye^r-end? Are your books up to date? Tax-tlnie Is coming..1 can help. 20-iyears' experience. By twind or computer. ^ 1 can also help set up financial records. JI^L Loma Russell, 383-Sl 13 ^^^ YARDVARK'S LAWN AND MAINTENANCE ^^'> Professional Tree Trimming Sanring BC. Green Valley & Henderson 294-1114 Pager 222-6926 10501 10500 I BLACK MOl NTAi; PLl'MBINt; .SERVICE m yi FAST SERVICE HENDERSON BOULDER CITY 565-6749 ^ • •'•" 294-7713 Please see next page for additional professional services

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Page 14 Henderson Home News Tuesday, December 26, 1995 Tuesday, December 26, 1995 Henderson Home News Page 15 PROFESSIONAL PROFESSIONAL SERVICES SERVICES NELSON'S COMPLETE HOME REPAIR All Repairs from A-Z & ceramic tile wotk NO JOB TOO SMALL Free Estimates^ 565-3418 Lie. 18000; BMpr 268-5776 WINTERTIME SPECIALS Aluminum Patio covers • Carports • Widow Awnings SunsitisM Awning Rsprsssntativs Call 293-3750 For fr—-in-honystimats psnott BACKHOE and BOBCAT SERVICE •Lots Graded •Ditching 30 Years Experience — Hourly Rates Cari W. Ford 293-0593 10498 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES PROFESSIONAL SERVICES BOB CAT WORK Reasonable rates, dependable, free estimates PS107 Advertise in the News •CONCRETE •PATIO COVERS •STUCCO 30 yrs. experience 566-6106 5545 call after 5 pm EBMOORE CLEARLY WINDOW CLEANING Reasonable Rates Jeff Kincaid 294-1114 New pager 222-6926 ()496 HOWARD HELDERLEIN CONSTRUCTION Commercial • Residential Remodels and Additions License #021013 ,0959, 565-0874 ^— FREE ESTIMATES JIFFY TRIM LAWN CARE •We Work While You Play' Licensed • Insured I HENDERSON GREEN VALLEY ^c\ur Wa(Nng Jerry Schlosser 702 898-1329 J IRRIGATION SYSTEMS LANDSCAPE CONTRACTORS P.O. BOX 61801, BOULDER CITY, NV890O6 702-294-1949 • FAX 702-294-1949 Complete Landscape Inmtall. Dave Sulllns General Manager St. Lie. #0027456 • 'W54 MM O P< o B.C. CANVAS SPECIALTIES, Inc. •Boat Top* a Cover* •Boat Inttrior* •Fumitur* Uphol*t*ry •Spaclalty Bag* a Cov*rs J •Auto Tni8K Upholstery •Top*, Carpet t Trim •R.V. Upholstery and Trim •Upholstery & Canvas Supplies 702/293-4509 10% Discount w/this Ad 1637 Nevada Hwy. at Red Mountain Plaza on U.S. 515 E 93-95 Freeway In Boulder City, Nevada B9O05 Advertise in the Neii^s KiDs STUpP CLASSIFIEDS Now there is a place to buy and sell all kinds of items, just for those age 5-15. The Kids Classifieds. To talce advantage of this great opportunity to swap stuff for cash, just print out your ad on the form below and bring it to our office along with your $3.00 (dollar), check or money order. Your ad must be studentfriendly, with a top selling price of no more than JIOO. Sorry, no ads for pets will be accepted. BOOKS (OMPUTtP PPOijPAMS VID[0 (iAMES POSKPS (Ds TAPES PADIOS MAdAZINES loys (LOMS IPADIH(] (APDS HANDY ANDY Handyman services Electrical, plumb paint, etc. 564-0681 P8is4 YOU NAME IT WE DO IT 0.56 'Residential 'Commercial 'Remodel Ca//294-1039 or C//#496-1990 ContactaM Uc. Na 0.144n BATH TUB REPAIR Tubs and Sinks reglazed, chips rapairad, Rberglass and mors. 564-2276 WHI TRAVEL PROFESSIONAL SERVICES CARPET REPAIR & RESTRETCH 293-2122 PIII07 BILL HANDY MAN Hom lmprovmttnt, no Job too small Call Trry 564-1983 Advertise in the News LICENSED HANDY MAN ""•" Complete home repairs Rick at 564-7488 or pager 599-7474. MISCELLANEOUS Swivel Chair, full size headboard, both upholstered w/nnatchlng fabric. Box spring & frame, all A-1 condition. Reasonable. 293-6529. MI11073 NORDIC.TRACK PRO Brand new, never used, $400 obo. Call Jerry 5645390. Mil 1072 ARTHRITIS Suffers, live pain free. Had it for 20 years now I am pain free. Cost is as low as $15 per mo., not medicine, natural food & energy supplements. Guaranteed. 564-1648. MI254 IVIASONRY REPAIRS BLOCK, CONCRETE. 294-1622 K B S LANDSCAPING Sod, Rock, Low Water Planting Uc. *3S72t Free Estimates 435-2799 MR. FIXIT Handyman Service Quality Home Maintenance 294-6214 SHERMAN CONCRETE Licensed A Bonded Uc M04t' Free Estimates 293-4323 P81MSI REMODELING SALE kitchen cabinets, stainless steel sink w/faucet, oven w/microwave, microwave GE, wood clad sliding glass door, cut berber carpet, dishwasher, SW bectepread, queen, matching sheets, LOTS MORE. 565-7651. MI11016 WASHER / Dryers $125.00 Each. 2936101. EC MI10955 Beautiful solid walnut table w/four chairs, 42" round w/additionalleaves and drop edges, $200; Two large. Oriental style, taupe lamps, originally $199 ea. now $20/ea; Artist's Drafting Table 36" x48", w/UlanoGlideliner straight edge and Luxo flourescent lamp $100, for all; 22" Weber-style Barbecue Grill, new, still in box $35. Call 5643598. MM 0929 Firewood pine blocks $90 a cord, you pick up. 5659860, 583 Parkson, Hend. MM 0976 Dishwasher Gibson, 8 yrs. old. excel, cond. $50. Call294-1629. Ml 10979 HOIVEREmRSIwCC M.o Intedor/Extwlor Pelnttng 23 yrs. Experience Call 564-4292 For Free EstJmate Prompt, Dependable Service mm MISCELLANEOUS Bedroom set tilack lacquer & mirrored $350, filing cabinets, 4 drawer & lateral & boxes of garage sale items, 898-8182. Ml 10040 GOOD USED TIRES— Boulder City Motors, 1112NevadaHwy.,2932000. Ml 10950 Exercise equip. Nordic track (NEW) $225; Rowing machine $50; Exercycle $25; PRICES FIRM. 294-0187. Ml 10903 4-1/2 in. telescope $325; 10X50 ruby lens binoculars $70; night vision scope $700; FM-2 way handheld radios full feature $225 pair 294-2666. MI10910 WANTED: 486/100 IBM compatible computer, 16 meg ram, mouse, color VGA monitor. Bargain Prk;ed! 293-4860 leave message. MM 1075, FIREWOOD for sale $140 a cord, delivered locally 564-2325. MM 1008 MISCELLANEOUS SALE AM/FM STEREO8 track, cassette w/ speakers, excel, cond. $55.293-4357. Mil 0876 CANON 35MM AE-1 PROGRAM, some lenses and accessories. PENTEX A-3000 w/ lenses. Phone 293-1581. MM 0877 Bikes, two women's Schwinn 10-speeds, one in good cond., one excellent. $50 & $100. 4356839. MI7933 DAYBED, complete set, new, wArundle, 2 top of the line ortho mattresses, white w/brass. Cost $675 first $325. Call 263-7926. MI10807 Beautiful BRASS BED, head & foot board, w/ frame, uKra plus queen e illow top mattress set, rand new in plastic. Cost $1300 take $499. Call 371-6280. Mil0809 DOGLOO dog house, XL, never used, pad & see through door. Pd. $225 565-1167. MI10873 Whirlpool gas dryer used 4 mos. heavy duty, large capacity, 7cycle, 4femp, cost $367 sell $250OBO, 293-5959. MM 0914 Whirlpool "Stack" washer/dryer $200; Whirlpool 6 cu. ft. Chest Freezer $150; Patio swing $75. 12x12 Stepping Stones. Call 2941652. Ml 11067 FOR SALE Whirlpool 30" 4 burner electric range. White, like new. $225 obo. 294-0445. MI11066 Washer & dryer for sale $150 ea. 565-5445. MI11121 20" RCA Color TV w/remote, used less than 50 hrs., excellent shape $150; 26x48" desk, 2 drawers $25; lighted bedside phone (new) $25; 6' coffee table/ matching end tables $20 (good cond.). Call 2930557. Ml 11054 ELECTRIC TREAD MILL $75; Weight bench w/ wall attached weights $50. Call 293-6906. Mil 1052 Beautiful white imitation, leather loveseat $150 oak off k:e desk $45,9 pc copper cookware never used $50. beautiful stuffed Bobcat $150, glass & stone coffee table $35.2offwhiteendtables $30. 2 nice lamps $25. work # 592-0150. MI11099 CASINO CHIPS WANTEDI Any chips no longer in use from anywhere. CALL NOW! 456-6855, Thanks! BOOKS Buv-Sell-Trade BOOK ROUND UP 858 S Boulder Hwv Hnd 565-0665 Beautiful solid walnut table w/four chairs, 42" round w/additional leaves and drop ed^es, $200; Two large, Onental style, taupe lamps, originally $199 ea. now $20/ea.; Artist's Drafting Table 36" X 48", w/Ulano Glideliner straight edge and Luxo flourescent lamp $100, (or all; 22" Weber-style Barbecue Grill, new, still in box $35. Call 5643598. Ml 10929 Handicap Senior Citizen wants to buy a good single mattress. Call Teddy 293-1716. MM 1079 Maytag Washer/Elec. Dryer, white, excel, cond. $300/pr. Call 566-1668. MM 1078 BOULDER CITY'S AUTHORIZED SHIPPING Agent for UPS, FED EX, WESTERN UNION and other companies. •Custom packing •Home pickup if desired •Helpful, courteous & friendly. MAIL BOXES ETC. Von's Shopping Center Phone 702-293-21.64 Fax 702-293-2164 RADIO SHORTWAVE Grundig YB400 $220.00 SCANNERS ^.^ NEW & USED • • WORLD New from $45.00 Marshall Plaza BC 294-2666 HAM RADIO 10706 $1290.00 MARINE VHF Complete Package $225.00 GPS Magellan 2000 $200.00 Advertise in the Neiifs TRAVEL I I Name I Phone I Address I City KIDS CLASSIFIEDS • AGES 5 15 ONLY! Aje. I Parent or Guardian's Signature. .State -Zip I YOim AO (MAXIMUM LENGTH 21 CHARACTERS. INCLUDING SPACES BETWEEN WORDS) HENDERSON HOME NEWS 2 Commerce Center Dr. Henderson. NV 89014 i NO'^WEGIAN-The Beautiful Dreamward ^. y .i^ riSJ i ^ ii ? iJ*L'i i 'i • • I T Western Caribbean Grand Cayman • Playa del Carmen Cozumel • Cancan • NCL's Private Island Prtcingfor December JO from no9s itcbides ml 11/19-12/3 & 12/17 Hm^ hm mOtUt WIST VSI j^ loM • par pafMH oad opp^ to frtf end Moond lAsr Alitenian Canter 4350 Eott Suntei, Suite #101 • t9t-999 Af^kaU* to NM FIT and Gtaap booUngi CoUn m^ hid torw IKK Indudad PERSONALS ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meets 7 deyi a wk. et 5 PM, Rac. Annex behind Boulder DamCredIt Union. ALANON-ALATEEN 2}-e21$ ,ism. MISCELLANEOUS I GARAGE SALES FOR SALE SADDLES S WasMm PH H ur* Saddlet OoodCondMon f 1,tOO forH 1 orbtM oftor. cMjeck 293-5221 iftv 1:00 an. mivi SAT. DEC. 23rd from 8 am-3 pm. at 1119 Olmo Way, BC. Household & sm. novelty items. HELP WANTED CAS'HIER/STOCKbH any shift, full and part time. Apply between 9 am and 5 pm, M-F at 721 E. Lake Mead Dr. Hend. HW10893 Advertise in the HEWS PETS/ANIMALS IICORRALS FOR RENT Betty Hohn's non profit Animal Adoption Ltd. is accepting unlimited numberof unwantedpets by appointment only. You are welcome to view adoptable pets 7 days a week. Call first 361-2484. THERE IS NO GUIDED TOURS OF THE PREI^ISES AT THIS TIME, OF NATIVE, NON-NATIVE, OR WILD AND EXOTIC ANIMALS. PA10494 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 Life. BC PA. LAS VEGAS VALLEY HUf^ANE SOCIETY. Beautiful, healthy, kittens, cats, puppies, dogs. Spayed/neutered, tested, shots. PetsMart, Trop-Eastern store only. Thurs., Fri.. Sat., Sun., 11-4. PA10651 Free to good home Male Collie, 7 years old? Call between 3 p.m. & 6 p.m. only, 565-8830. PA10759 6 wk. old Japanese Chin, 1 female & 1 male, $250 ea. Sm. dog 558-0394. PA10874 COCKER SPANIEL 7 yrs. old. Pure Bred, no papers. Dest with older people. 566-5515. PA11062 FREE TO GOOD HOME 11 ma. old Male German Shepherd/Collie. Call 566-5515. PAH 061 AKC DALMATIAN XM AS PUPPIES-5wks.on12/ 24. Call 564-8898. PAH 056 Maltese AKC 6 wks. female, perfect last minute Christmas gift. $500,4569239. PA11108 FREE to loving home registered female Rottweiler 14 mos. old trained, loves children. 566-4016. PA11119 LOST & FOUND LOST golden diamond engagement ring at the Roadnouse Casino. REWARD LF11012 565-6950. LOST SHORT HAIRED WHITE CAT REWARD—Male 12 lbs., name Fifi on a blue collar. Lost in Grand Legacy on 12/15. Call 263-1430. LF11063 Lost long haired Persian, calico in color, shy and skittish. Lost near Wyominq & Ave. "K" on 12/' 15. If you see her call 293-2730. LF11087 FURNITURE NEW CUSTOM BIRCH CABINET, light finish, 90x22x32H, 4 drawers & 4 glass doors, 1 adjust, shelf, gr. for home, office orstore. $500060,2931409. MCI 0803 SALE ANTIQUE Glass Curio Cabinet $ 165,2934357. MC10879 SALE King size mattress w/box springs & frame like new $225,293-4357. MCI 0878 Lg. white oak enter, ctr. $450; W/D $250; couch, 2 piece L-shape $75 293-2214. MCI0992 PERSONALS TIRED OF EATING ALONE? Party of Elgtit brings people togttl)er for dinner to meet naw Mends. 251-8830 ENTERTAINMENT Call WE B. lAMMIN INC. DJ SERVICE Is equipped to Accommodate Corporate Parties, Employee Picnics, Holiday Dances, Reunions, YOU NAME IT WE DO U Playing everything from BIG band to top 40 Call today for a FREE phone quote! iLLIB RUSSEK...896-3636 10428 mUSl^B^ ouAUTy VOCAL PIANO •J'''" OR KEYBOARD!.'.' Entertainmenl. Avsilabk for your ornnllation or event. ProTeuional singer & Co. Flo Raymond CormI Cove Musical Arts Studio. 565-8469 VOICE PIANO DKAMA LESSONS CMMnn t AdiMi r aM up. Oud^r. I phmmmmttitmS65-8469 rs ////fif IIIIV\>L\)(VA\\%\^ ^ 16x24 corrals w/shade, auto waterers & feeders, 80x100 arena, pole barn, tack shed, on dirt roads, 3 blocks from mountain, HEND. AREA 566-0998. MC11015 STORAGE UNIT 14'x40'STORAGEUNIT • 12' roll up door $155/ mo. 294-1213, Iv. message. MCI 0827 HEALTH CARE ROOM & CARE FOR YOUR ELDERLY LOVED ONE. EXPERIENCE WITH ALYSEIMER 566-1935. MCI 0650 Housekeeper needed PT pis. apply Nevada Inn Motel, Boulder City. HW10995 Delivery driver part time daytime hrs. inquire at 1101 Boulder Hwy., Hend. HW10981 MOMS WANTED work at home, full time income part time hours. Fun, profitable, we train 1800-745-7924. HW10991 BUILDING SUPPLIES • "' '9 r STEEL BUILDING SALE! 20x20x8, $2660. 24x24x8, $3185. 30x30x10, $3995. Other sizes available. Sale i$ limited to inventory in stock! Don't miss out! Call now 1-800-766-4790. MC2512 WAREHOUSE 20x30 warehouse for rent, $350/mo., 707 Canyon Rd., BC 2940225. MCI0854 FOR SALE WAREHOUSE $39,950. 20 x 30. Call 294-0225. MC 10549 HEALTH & FITNESS PERSONAL FITNESS TRAINER Free Consultation 454-700g PSIOMI STORAGE RENTALS STORAGE UNITS 10'X20' 293-1135 liiSiM INSURANCE TOP AGENTS Rapraaaneng toma o< tha finaat haaMi and protactlon plant on SMmarfcat HOSPtTAUZATION MECNCAL^UROICAL MEDtCARE SUPPLEMENT INCOME PROTECTION CANCER AND NOW... UFE INSURANCE Hara'a a ctwnca to Mtch your wagon to a aun Amarlcant hava takan PHYSICIANS MUTUAL AND PHYSICIANS LIFE INSURANCE COMPANIES to ttwir hawla. Wa naad to contact Iha many paopla writing In about our naeonallyracognlzadptana. For an appdntmant 702-711-aCU. Ask (or Alan. PhyXduw HukMl InMKano* ConifMny PtiywcarM IMa hiito Compmy Equal Of]po(luniry CompanM* PACKAGE SHIPPING AUTHORIZED SHIPPING CENTER UPS FEDERAL EXPRES.S Compare prices ttitn Come Ship With US! OPEN 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday thru Friday BEE'S BUSINESS & MAIL SERVICE 1400 Colorado Street (at Ash Street) U$ Our Convenimt Btck Door! 7069 HELP WANTED DJ'S DAYCARE CENTER in need of a responsible caregiver w/1 yr. exp. FT/PT. Accepting applications, 360 Horizon, HND. (cross street Greenway) 5664070. HW10593 Cleaning service needs honest & dependable persons to work P/T evenings & on call days. Call 565-4750. HW10576. ASST. MGR. RETAIL CLOTHING STORE, 1 YR. EXP. REQUIRED APPLY IN PERSON. DANSKIN, 7400 S. LV BLVD.. SUITE 41. 3612900. HW10933 WORKERS NEEDED Dailv Work, Daily Pay APPLY AT LABOR FINDERS Mon.-Fri.. 5 am to 6 pm 331 Wafer St. HND 564-9592 HW10853 Looking for fun, active PRESCHOOL TEACHERS to work yvith children ages 2-12. We provide a preschool program along with an after school program. Our learning center provides a wide variety of educational learning materials. Benefits included. Contact 456-7008 or 565-0007. HW11094 UTILITIES INSPECTOR SALARY; $38,681.6544,097.64/year. REQUIREI^ENTS: Graduation from high school or the equivalent, and four (4)years of progressively responsible construction experience. Experience as an offsite inspector or construction foreman on utility related projects is desirable. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Possession of, or the ability to obtain, an appropriate State of Nevada Driver's License, and maintenance of a satisfactory driving record. M ustpass an American Water Works Association (AWWA) California-Nevada Section approved course of instruction for an entry level Water Distribution Operator, within one (1) year of the date of hire. Must possess, or have the ability to obtain within one (1) year of the date of hire, certification in barrcading and use of nuclear testing equipment. WHERE TO APPLY: City application form must be submitted to and received by the Personnel Depart-1 ment. Room 200, City Hall, 240 Water Street. Henderson, NV 89015, no later than Tuesday, June 9, 1996 by 5:00 p.m., to be considered for this recruitment. NO APPLICATIONS WILL BE GIVEN OUT AFTER 4:00 P.l^. ON THE CLOSING DATE OF THIS RECRUITMENT. Employment packet MUST De obtained from the Personnel Department; resumes only WILL NOT be accepted in lieu of employment) applications. HOURS OF^OPERATION; MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY, 7:30 A.M. TO 5:30 P.M. SMOKE-FREE WORK ENVIRONMENT. AN AFFIRMATIVE ACTION/EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. HW11126 RESUMES Composed, Edited, Typed-Fast & Accurate BEES BUSINESS SVC. • "DAILY 8-6 Sat. 10-4" 1400 Colorado. #C B.C. 293-5361 923 Avon Haa A Place for YOUl To Buy or Sell CoN Roela Sherman 293-0110 Ind. Laadarihlp Rep. TEACHER WANTED PART-TIME Experienced in 'Kindergarten 'Elementary Education or Child Development OAKLANE PRESCHOOL 1308 Wyoming SL 293-5188 Acutemps A IfiiUJorjiy Svrvict' T TT T • • • NO FEES^** • • • NO FEES^*^ Interviewing for: 'Word ProccMors *ScrtarM 'R*cptionit* 'Accountant* 'Boolik*p*rs *DaU Entry •A/PandAm Inttrvieum at 2909 W. CbariMton Mon.-Fri. 8 AM-3 PM Pion. 877-6775 Maat have proper ID HELP WANTED FT Med. Asst. for growing GV practice. Duties incl. assisting MD in patient exams 4 minor surgery, instr. prep, patient education. Exp. or CMA certification required. Send resume to: PO Box 50312, Hd., NV 89016. HW10729 NEEDED: 87 people to lose between 10-30 lbs. in one month! No willpower needed. 100% natural, 100% guaranteed. Doctor Recommended. #1 Europe. 303695-1666. HW11037 LOOKING FOR ADVENTURE? Join the irresistible force. The Nevada Army National Guard has excitement just waiting for you if you qualify. Call today for more information! 4357228. HW10218 • GOLD STRIKE INN • & CASINO NOWHIRING: Security Quardt Engineer* Hotteet/CasMart ^ Keno Runnari Portart Bua Peraon* Casino Cage Cashlfra Houaekeapert, Una cook* 1 ic dlihwaahaf* # i, Part-time gHt *hop perion. ^ ^ Apply In per*on at ^ Caahler • Cage US HV/Y •S.New Hoover Dam 1954^ SOILS ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN SALARY: $38,681.65-44,097.64/ year REQUIREMENTS: Graduation from high school, orthe equivalent, and four (4) years of technical experience in engineering related to materials testing and inspection, OR any equivalent combination of related training and experience. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Possession of, or the ability to obtain, an appropriate Nevada Driver s License, and maintenance of a satisfactory driving record. Must possess a certificate of training in the use of nuclear testing equipment. WHERE TO APPLY: City application form must be submitted to and received by the Personnel Department, Room200, City Hall, 240 Water Street, Henderson, NV 89015, no later than Monday, Januarys, 1996 by 5:00 p.m., to be considered for this recruitment. NO APPLICATIONS WILL BE GIVEN OUTXRER 4:00 P.M. ON THE CLOSING DATE OF THIS RECRUITMENT. Employment packet MUST be obtained from the Personnel Department; resumes only WILL NOT be accepted in lieu of employment applications. HOURS OF^ OPERATION: MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY, 7:30A.M. TO 5:30 P.M. SMOKE-FREE WORK ENVIRONMENT. AN AFFIRMATIVE ACTION/EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. HW11122 RESUMES Professionally Done rteasonably Priced BEE'S BUSINESS SERVICES Open Daily 8 to 6 1400 Colorado (at Ash) B.C. 293-5361 Tow drivers needed, part time avail., exp. preferred but hot necessary. Must be clean cut, have valid Nevada driver's license with current DMV printout. Must live in BC. Apply in person at 705 Juniper Way, BC HW10890 CAFE SENSATIONS G.V. Cafe seeking full time expe. pantry cook. Kitchen supervisor position available bring references. Applications accepted in person M W F, 9 am to 11 am,2-4pm, 4350 E. Sunset #110 at Athinean. Henderson. HW25S HELP WANTED COOK position available. Apply at SUPER 8 MOTEL, 704 NV HWY., BC. Call HW11006 294-8888. PRODUCTION LINE WORKERS NEEDED. Full time position. Person must be dependable & have reliable transportation. Fax resume and/ or qualifications to 2940678. HW11002 INSPECTOR III SALARY: $40,263.3845,899.27/year. REQUIREMENTS: Five (5) years combined education/experience in building trades, completion of an accredited apprenticeship program, plus twol.C.B.O.orl.A.P.M.O. inspector certifications OR any equivalent combination of closely related training and experience. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Possession of, orthe ability to obtain, an appropriate Nevada Drivers License, and possession and maintenance of a satisfactoiy driving record. WHERE TO APPLY; City application form must be submitted to and received by the Personnel Department, Room 200, City Hall, 240 Water Street, Henderson, NV 89015, no later than Thursday January 4, 1996 by 5:00 p.m., to be considered for this recruitment. NO APPLICATIONS WILL BE GIVEN OUT AFTER 4:00 P.M. ON THE CLOSING DATE OF THIS RECRUITMENT. Employment packet MUST be obtained from the Per-' sonnel Departnnent; resumes only WILL NOT be accepted in lieu of employment applications. HOURS OF OPERATION: MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY, 7:30 A.M. TO 5:30 P.M. SMOKE-FREE WORK ENVIRONMENT. AN AFFIRMATIVE ACTION/EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. HW11085 HELP WANTED 11 HELP WANTED Drivers/Baggage, no CDL required, part time positions available. Minimum age 25 with a clear driving record, Nevada Class-3 license, must be available Sundays and Thursday. (Helpers Part time position, must be minimum 18 yrs. old.) Call 434-6128. Applications accepted 8 am-4 pm. Am. Nv. Corp. is seeking F/T Day Porter for the GV Town CXt. at $6.00/ hr M-F, 6 AM-2 AM; Respon. include policing areastortrash, emptying trash cans, sweeping, cleaning & organizing tables & chairs & add misc. duties. Appl. will be accepted M-Ff rom 9 am3 pm at AMERICAN NEVADA CORP., 901 N. GREEN VALLEY PKWY., #200, HENDERSON. HW11071 WANTED, Light tiousekeeper 2 or 3 days per week. Engllsti not important. Live in or out, private room, kit. priv., call for more info. & appt. 791-5599 GENERAL LABOR Immediate hire. 15 people casino work. Drug Test Required, Henderson area. Contact PRN 5583666. HW11088 WILDLIFE/CONSERVATION JOBS. Game wardens, security, maintenance, etc. No exp. necessary. Now Hiring. Forlnfo. Call(219)7940010ext. 9007. 7AM-9 PM/7 days. HW1 1082 Busy family practice looking for experienced full time medical asst. Call 293-0406. HW11102 LAW ENFORCEMENT JOBS NO EXP. NECESSARY. Now Hiring. U.S. Customs, Officers, Etc.For Info Call (219) 794-001 Oext. 12046 am to 8 pm. -7Days. HW11132 Doxed Ads 6 per column Inch per week Chooa* Your hour*. Your Income and Your Hawatdat AVON Mailna Hoel (702)2n.170 Call Today I DRIVEHS AND LABORERS 50 Needed Daily/Weekly Pay Apply LABOR EXPRESS 39 E. Basic Rd. $500/day in your mailbox for information send $1.00 + self addressed stamped envelope, 2756 N. Green Valley Pkwy., Suite #238 Henderson, NV. 89014. BO11043 QUALIFIED AUTO PARTS COUNTER PERSON Full time. Triad experience preferred. Apply in person: The Parts House, 709 Juniper Way, BC HW11104 DOMESTIC HELP HOUSECLEANING • Tired of bad housekeepers? Call Wendy 5658107. DH10732 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES NOTICE TO READERS: The HBC Publications does not vouch for the legitimacy of items, jobs, or money-making opportunities advertised in this classification. We suggest you carefully evaluate such offers and not send money to these advertisers unless you are certain you know with whom you are dealing and you know all termis and conditions of the offer. BO VACATION RENTALS Ski Brian Head. Condo with view. Sleeps 8, 2 mast., 1 loft br., den, Jacuzzi tub,frpl.,gar. 702294-2320. MCI0658 DOMESTIC HELP I APT. RENTALS Christian Center Preschool has a limited number of openings in our 2 and 3 year old classes. Other classes now have a waiting list. Phone 293-7773, ask for Dianne. DH 10563 CHILD CARE in my home near C. T. Sewell Elementary Mon.-Fri. reasonable rates. 564-8661. iyitti IRONING TO PERFECTION $1.00 A PIECE CALL SELMA 565-1507 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES START YOUR RETIREMENT NOWl Exit the rat race & be financially ••cure In 1-3 years. No joke. Call now BoiotTi 1-800-621-18S3 Advertise in the News 2 bdrm,, $440. 208 Randy Way, Section 8/ Srs. cfiscount. 435-9123. AR11100 ROOM FOR RENT IN HENDERSON Share 2 bd. APT. $250/mo. 5668392 or 566-5976. AR10357 Cherry Lynn Apts. 1 bdrm. No pets. Sr. preferred. Lease for 12 mo. 293-0420. AR10710 NEWER 2 BDRM. APT. Washer/Dryer, cable + utils. paid. $550/mo. -f $200/dep. 293-5533. AR11048 2 Bd. apart, near downtown A schools $495/ mo.. 294-0128. AR10924 2bdrm., 1-1/2 bath, gar., fenced back yard only $675/mo. $600 dep., 564-0147. HR11096 APARTMENTS AS LOW AS $275 a Month furnished 564-6952 ,.,. APT. RENTALS Teddy's Kitchenettes, Just bring your toothbrush. Everything furnished. PH. 293-1716. BC NEW KITCHENETTES, phone, satellite, maid service. STARVIEW MOTEL 293-1658. BC AR10193 NEW KITCHENETTES STARVIEW, 293-1658 w Are you feeling closed in? Lakewood Cove Apis. can help you Stretch out! 1&2bdrm., 3bdrm. town, from $535 Henderson 1 MONTH FREE 564-2258 COMMERCIAL SALES FOR SALE WAREHOUSE $39,950. 20 X 30. Call 294-0225. MC9767 ROOMS FOR RENTll ROOMS FOR RENT Seeking bright, energetic, person for upscale, busy dental practice in BC. Experience and training a plus people skills are imperative. Call 293iiSZi HW11074 DENTAL ASSISTANT Henderson Our busy general dntl office is searching tor a bright, energetic person w/chair side experience. We offer a challenging career opponunily in a team oriented environment wtiere our employees are truly appreciated for their involvement and talents. 564-0871 IMMEDIATE OPENINGS: Clerical and Industrial, Immediate openings all areas. Contact Renee: 566-7840 /ALLEY ^<^^ TEMPS INC. 30 A Water St. Henderson, NV. SECURITY OFFICERS-UNARMED $5.25 HR. to start. HENDERSON G.V. areas. Full & Part-Time. Weekdays & Weekends. MUST HAVE WORKING PHONE & TRANSPORTATION. Please apply in person MON.-THURS., 10a-3p,EOE CURTIS SECURITY, 3305 Spring Mtn. Rd., Ste. 83. HWIOMI SECURITY OFFICERS WELLS FARGO GUARD SERVICE. EMPLOYMENT OPENINGS IN HEND./G.V. AREAS. WE OFFER FLEXIBLE WORK HOURS, UNIFORMS PROVIDED PAYED VACATION S AND OTHER BENEFITS. APPLY Monday-Friday, 9 am to 3:30 pm, 3305 W. Spring Mountain, #66, Equal Opportunity Employer. 10947 //.'. IDC Part-Time, Flexible Hours! Individuals needed to conduct phone follow-up with graduates and friends of distinguished institutions. We've been in business for 21-years plus! Friendly, professional environment. Contact 565-9038. HW10491 ROOM FOR RENT in BC. House kitchen privileges, NO DRUGS OR SMOKING, prefer mature female. 293-1036 voice mail. $350/incl. util. RR10455 Share small 2 bd. house in BC. $250/mo. -^ 1/2 utiL NON SMOKER, 29351891V. mes. RR11092 Batchelor Cottage furnished, bath, kitchenette, Indry. $350/mo., 2934636. RR11097 Roomforrentinour3bd. home for steady working person. NODRUGS, NO DRINK. $300/mo. Call 565-7397. RR1134 HOUSE RENTALS Near GV High School, 3 bd.,2ba.,la.front&back yard, frpl., fully equipped w/appl. Landlord will pay part of water bill. $950 + sec. dep. MJ Leasing, 792-3619. HR10727 Newer 3 bd., 2 ba. home in Highland Hills. All appliances NO PETS PLEASE. $885/mo. -($750 dep., 1 yr lease. Call Century 21 JR Realty, 564-5142. HR10978 BOULDERCITY-3bd.2 ba. 2 car gar., park like setting, very, very nice. Avail. Jan. 1.$1050/mo., 293-0008. HR11011 UNFURNISHED in BC 2 bd., 2 ba., -tmulti purpose room, fenced yard, off street parking, storage, all elec. appliances, avail, early Jan. $695/mo. Call458-5841. HR11070 1r-*i-k1t**1,-k1,-k-ki,-ki,-k-t,1r1,i,i,l,iti,i, : SECURITY OFFICERS Needed for greater Henderson, GV area, FULL TIME and PART TIME, flexible hours. Must have dependable transportation & phone. Call ALLIED SECURITY, 364-5774, Monday-Friday, 8:30-4:30 pm, 3355 Spring Mtn. Rd., BIdg. C, Suite #256. EOE/M-* F/H-V. 7500 2bd. 1 ba., in BC-Large yard, gar., appliances included. Call 293-2753. HR11081 3 BD., 2 BA in BC, near schools, $995/mo. + deps. Call 293-4190. HR11083 Nice 2 bdrm., remodeled. $800/mo. Call 293-6345 or 293-6221. HR11098 House for rent, 3 bdrm., 2ba.,$750/mo. plus util. & dep. Avail. Jan. 1, NO PETS 565-8296. HR11116 2 bdrm., 1-1/2 bath, gar, fenced back yard only $675/mo. $600 dep. 5640147. HRn096 ROOM FOR RENT IN HENDERSON-Share 2 bd. APT. $250/mo. 5668392 or 566-5976. RR10352 Pleasant, 2 rooms furnished w/bath, kit., Indry., $350/mo. Female preferred. 293-4636. RR10704 Room for rent, house privileges, 293-3640. RR11057 • • • • • • • • • COMMERCIAL RENTALS 3500 sq. ft. Warehouse space for rent, 710 W. Sunset, 564-4100. CO11041 Professional office space available in Boulder City, Eagles Nest Office Park, 1000 NV Hwy. Approx 800 sq ft, terms negotiable. Phone 293-5496 or 293-3119. CO10752 Office warehouse suite 1000 sq. ft., 1557 Foothill Dr Street frontage BC $650 mo. with $550 Security Dep., 293-3115. CO10907 FENCE EQUIPMENT/ Storage yard, 216 W. Foster, 564-0147. C09849 WAREHOUSE for Sale $39,950. 20x30. Call 294-0225. C0106646 Office Space for Lease. 1950 square foot office space for lease in prime BC location. Top floor, nice building, private bath, $2000 month, 916 Nevada Highway, 2940225. CO10753 CASA DE ALICIA AND M&M II APT We're not giving away the kitchen sink. WE DON'T HAVE TO. Let our features & professional staff speak for themselves. 1,2A3bdrm. from$550. Pools, picnk: areas. Walk in closets. 293-1615 AR107IS Boulder Citv. ATLANTIC CITY APARTMENTS Clean, Quality 1-2-3 Bedroom Apartments in Henderson • Central Air & Heat • Appliances • Blinds • Carpets • Water Paid • Washer/Dryer Available Apartments are $410 & up per month, newly remodeled, spacious near schools, park & shopping. 565-7028 11101 CONDO RENTALS I CONDO RENTALS Great Lake Terrace! 3 bd., 2 ba., jac. tub! Best unit/view/area $975 mo. LIKE NEW 293-2030. CR10866 Evergreen condo, 2 bd., 2 ba. $650 + dep. Boulder Dam Realty, Ellen, 293-4663. CR10896 Office warehouse suite 1000 sq. ft., 1557 Foothill Dr, Street frontage BC, $650 mo. with $550 Security Dep. 293-3115. CO10907 CM Zoning BC 1600 SF of shop area w/600 SF of caretakers quarters. Washer & dryer incl. Lease $1200/mo. 2932202 BEFORE 6 PM. 0011124 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, at Americor Realty, 3651953. L0253 NICE 2 BR./2 BA. CONDO-W/D, all appls., pool, cvrd. prkg., grnd. Ivl., quiet. $700/mo. (D) 293-8825 or (E) 2933583. CR10922 NICE 2 BR./2 BA. CONDO-W/D, all appls., pool, cvrd. prkg. grnd. Ivl., quiet. $700/mo. Call 2930120. CR10922 CONDO SALES BY OWNER CHARMING 2 bd. CONDO in clean, green BC. 2-story 1-1/2 bath, all appl. MUST SEE TO APPRECIATE. Call 294-3853 eyes. CS10393 ^ • • • • • • • l GVAREA2bdrm.,2ba., split level ground floor, 2 car attached gar. w/elec. opener, washer/dryer, all eiec, 2 door refrig., A/C, ceiling fans, vertical blinds, NO PETS or SMOKERS, adults, patio-view, $750 mo., 1st, last -t$400 security dep., 1 yr. lease. 293-6335. 2bd. 2ba., 2 liv. rms., 2 kths. W/D D/W $700/m $400dep. Call aft. 4 PM, 293-7675. CR11033 Nk:e 2 bd., 2 ba. condo for rent. $600/mo. 2936345/494-9502. CONDO in BC Super Clean 2 bd, 2 ba. FP, NMT Sctwol*. AvilM)!* Now. 293-7766 294-0605 aft. 5 pm CONDO SALES BOULDER HILLS by owner. Quiet 2 bd., 1-1/2 ba., 2 story condo overlooking pool area, will consider Lease Option w/ good down payment. $69,500. Call eves. 2931471. CS10546 BOULDER CITY-2 or 3 bd. older duplex, avail. Jan. 1 $675/mo. or$160/ wk. 293-0008. HR11120 Immaculate 2 bd. 1 ba. NO PETS. REF., avail. 1/1/96 $625 dep. $625/ mo. 565-9944. HR11005 4 bd., 1-3/4 ba. Lewis Home $950 + dep. Boulder Dam Realty, Ellen, 293-4663. HR10897 i£/^TRiDGtTem Ds'_ is Recruiting CLERICAL •Receptksnist •Data Entry 'Accounting Clerk 'General Secretarial 'Cashier Up to $9.00 pr hour for the following positions GENERAL •Construction Cleanup •Convention Work •Warehouse Jobs •Product k>n •Light Industrial Up to $7.00 pr hour NEVER A FEE Call 566-9662 for an apontmcnt today I 320 S. Boulder Hwy. Ste. 102 Henderson, NV NEVER A FEE Nk:e Henderson Home, 3 bd., 2 ba. $895 -*$500 dep. 564-7224 or 5658999. HR11135 MOBILE HOMES Perfect starter home, must sell, we've outgrown, letting go below appraisal. Call 294-0472. LAKE MEAD VIEW ESTATES, custom home lots overlooking Lake Mead. 702-294-0475. LO11105 Boulder City 80x120 ft. lot. w/view of Lake Mead, ready to build on, all utilities on site. $78,500. 293-4241 after 6 pm. LO11050 BOULDER OTY-'B" HILL AREA 1/2 ACRE-READY TO BUILOII FABULOUS LOCATION!! CALL BOULDER DAM REALTY ask for Pat 293-4663. '80 SKYLINE $5500. Located in BC Adult Park. Call 293-7691. TRAILERS RENT OR SALE Park Models good for 1 or 2 people. Rents starts $375/up. Sales start $1500/up. Ask for Jeannettei/Mario. 294-8886 APT. RENTALS FOR RENT: Kitchenettes, $65/wk. Utilities pd. SHADY REST MOTEL, 565-7688. AR9597 SPY GLASS CONDO 2 bd., 2-1/2 ba., Lake View Balcony, patio, pool, spa, etc. $127,500. Call Heinz2930545 Prudential Southwest Realty. CS10943 Quiet, 2 bdrm.. apt. in Henderson. $470/mo., 897-9421 AR10875 UNFURNISHED 2bdrm., 1 ba.. 1-story apt., carport, seniors weteome, $500/mo. 293-4832. AR11017 Nee 2 bd. apartment for rent in Hnd chiWren OK, $525/mo + $350/sec. Call 737-6296. AR11131 4 Unes'£,'•* com row COUNTRY HILLS-Nk;e 2 Bed./2 Bath. Only $77,500. BRET 2948482, Desert Sun Realty. CS10887 For Sale by Owner 2 bd., 2 ba. attached 2 car oarage, GV area, $88,500, Debbie 5641919 between 3-7 PM/ 596-2809 anytime. CS10906 GV townhouse $78,900 1400 SF 3 bd. 2 full ba. cathedral ceiling French doors firpl. tile floors, 2 park spaces, 1 covered. Must see this gr. buy located near Wndmill & Eastern. 263-8117. Doxed Ads 'fi^ per column inch per weel< Boukier City Retail/Off k:e space Tarma Negotiable B.C. Adob* Realty 293-1707 CO 10480 HENDERSON CONDO Upgraded 2 bd. 1-1/2 b&, 2 story w/fp. Uk* rwwt 5a,t00 inc. sppliancss M1-1M2. By Jokers WNd. Remodeled 4 hd.J2 ba.. new roof, fam. rm.. 1650 SF, ct. yard patio. 2934756 msg. RE10559 LAKEVIEW Gorgeous 4 bedroom home. Like New $219,900 BRET 294-8482 Desert Sun RHy. R£lin7 REAL ESTATE $164,900 can ba moved in by Chriatmas, 5bd.,3 ba., .4 acre, hkiden horse quarters, very unique, section 19. 595-6078 or 269-0279. RE10881 LICENSED R.E. AGENTS full servKe offk:e has 100% Commission desks available. $100 Mo., $150 per transaction • • E40. No franchise fees, also liberal split arrangements. hJon-MLS available. For more info and confidential inten^iew, call Katie 293-5757. RE10892 BC COMMERCIAL-Office/Warehouse, possible living qtrs. 4 unKs. All for $219,500. Call BRET 294-8482 Desert SunRlty. RE10773 3 BR., 1-3/4 BATH W/ ATTGARAGE.1364SQ. FT. ON QUIET CUL-DESAC, RV PARKING, LG. PATIO, LANDSCAPE, SHADE TREES, WELL KEPT MUST SEE, 798 AMY CT.,BC 293-5112. RE10968 You,CAN own your own home! No down payment on Miles materials, attractive construction financing. Call Miles Homes today, 1-800343-2884 ext. 1. Mil 1029 Boxed Ads ^8 per column inch per week BOULDER CITY GOLF COURSE COMMUNFTY. Exquisite single story with approximately 2400 sq. ft., 4 bedroom, 2 bath plus versatile room addition (18x17) enhanced with custom oak built-ins, large island kitchen adjoining family room, open and spacious floor plan, swamip cooled 3 car garage nas work bench, unique low maintenance landscaped 1/3 acre complete with covered patio and double gate side entry for RV/boat parking. "Everybody's dream home." $265,000. Call Jim and Pat for a personal tour. 371-0825 or 381-0408 Prudential Southwest. RE11093 •YOUR FIRST HOME24x60/3 txtnuappfox. 1440 sq II. jn perfect lihape. mobile honie Can be converted! .So many new iteim & upgrades A musi see' B C I09.?00l< •CLOSE TO HEAVENSlunning lake views. \ bdrm.. 24(K) sq II,. spa/4 decks upgraded 111 the max' B C 28.'ik •FAMILY FEUD 4 Bl)RM. Need more room' 1886 sq, ft,, near lake, large lilt' Plenty of RV parking & iiiiire'BC IX.Sk •NOBODY SLEPT HEREy hdrni. Almost 1/2 acre, new home. 2.'i.'8 approx sq It, ton of amenities .'8()K •BEING .SQUEEZED 4 BDRM.^ Single story, quiet culJcsac. 4 bdrm.. 4 bath Lake \ie.::i'^sq, ft, ^Q.-ik All furniture can be purchased B C •E.XPLORE!' The descn and a forever new ol the lake, large lot. 1 bdrm co/y home, a must see' B C •BARBIE'SDRKAMHODSE IS FOR SALE!^ Kxquisite new custom ,'7S9 sq. ft. 6 bdrm,. S baths, pixil si/e Int. .' car detached garage, ton of amenities 1 Full tranquil view ofljkeMead' Make offer, owner may carry' • iUkBC •CLOSE TO SCHOOLS* ()nl> !* years old R V boat parking. 2 car gar. ;ihdmi or 2/ Di'n Singk'story'Approx 1.^77. ill appliances/main free yard IK" IhKk THIS IS ITI'Abeautiful Lewis Kome. bdrm. 1648 sq ft. l^xWS lot. piHil/spa. like new' Remodeled kitchen/Mosc in ondition' Much more SP'..SiOBC •BETTER THAN NEW' House shows like a model. bdrm Approx 166Ssq ft only 4 years old. lush landscaping, many upgrades, motivated seller' I27K Hender\on •COLFER'S PARADISE^ 4 Br. 27')()sq ti 10(1 x 12.^ lot. hardwood floors manv upgrades, a show place k a pool to die for' $Uq.9.S(i B C" •HANDYMAN'S .SPECIAL* 2 houses tor one. 4 hdrm 101.^ sq It & a studio in back yard to rent out (ireat invesimenil $
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Page 14 Henderson Home News Tuesday, December 26, 1995 Tuesday, December 26, 1995 Henderson Home News Page 15 PROFESSIONAL PROFESSIONAL SERVICES SERVICES NELSON'S COMPLETE HOME REPAIR All Repairs from A-Z & ceramic tile wotk NO JOB TOO SMALL Free Estimates^ 565-3418 Lie. 18000; BMpr 268-5776 WINTERTIME SPECIALS Aluminum Patio covers • Carports • Widow Awnings SunsitisM Awning Rsprsssntativs Call 293-3750 For fr—-in-honystimats psnott BACKHOE and BOBCAT SERVICE •Lots Graded •Ditching 30 Years Experience — Hourly Rates Cari W. Ford 293-0593 10498 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES PROFESSIONAL SERVICES BOB CAT WORK Reasonable rates, dependable, free estimates PS107 Advertise in the News •CONCRETE •PATIO COVERS •STUCCO 30 yrs. experience 566-6106 5545 call after 5 pm EBMOORE CLEARLY WINDOW CLEANING Reasonable Rates Jeff Kincaid 294-1114 New pager 222-6926 ()496 HOWARD HELDERLEIN CONSTRUCTION Commercial • Residential Remodels and Additions License #021013 ,0959, 565-0874 ^— FREE ESTIMATES JIFFY TRIM LAWN CARE •We Work While You Play' Licensed • Insured I HENDERSON GREEN VALLEY ^c\ur Wa(Nng Jerry Schlosser 702 898-1329 J IRRIGATION SYSTEMS LANDSCAPE CONTRACTORS P.O. BOX 61801, BOULDER CITY, NV890O6 702-294-1949 • FAX 702-294-1949 Complete Landscape Inmtall. Dave Sulllns General Manager St. Lie. #0027456 • 'W54 MM O P< o B.C. CANVAS SPECIALTIES, Inc. •Boat Top* a Cover* •Boat Inttrior* •Fumitur* Uphol*t*ry •Spaclalty Bag* a Cov*rs J •Auto Tni8K Upholstery •Top*, Carpet t Trim •R.V. Upholstery and Trim •Upholstery & Canvas Supplies 702/293-4509 10% Discount w/this Ad 1637 Nevada Hwy. at Red Mountain Plaza on U.S. 515 E 93-95 Freeway In Boulder City, Nevada B9O05 Advertise in the Neii^s KiDs STUpP CLASSIFIEDS Now there is a place to buy and sell all kinds of items, just for those age 5-15. The Kids Classifieds. To talce advantage of this great opportunity to swap stuff for cash, just print out your ad on the form below and bring it to our office along with your $3.00 (dollar), check or money order. Your ad must be studentfriendly, with a top selling price of no more than JIOO. Sorry, no ads for pets will be accepted. BOOKS (OMPUTtP PPOijPAMS VID[0 (iAMES POSKPS (Ds TAPES PADIOS MAdAZINES loys (LOMS IPADIH(] (APDS HANDY ANDY Handyman services Electrical, plumb paint, etc. 564-0681 P8is4 YOU NAME IT WE DO IT 0.56 'Residential 'Commercial 'Remodel Ca//294-1039 or C//#496-1990 ContactaM Uc. Na 0.144n BATH TUB REPAIR Tubs and Sinks reglazed, chips rapairad, Rberglass and mors. 564-2276 WHI TRAVEL PROFESSIONAL SERVICES CARPET REPAIR & RESTRETCH 293-2122 PIII07 BILL HANDY MAN Hom lmprovmttnt, no Job too small Call Trry 564-1983 Advertise in the News LICENSED HANDY MAN ""•" Complete home repairs Rick at 564-7488 or pager 599-7474. MISCELLANEOUS Swivel Chair, full size headboard, both upholstered w/nnatchlng fabric. Box spring & frame, all A-1 condition. Reasonable. 293-6529. MI11073 NORDIC.TRACK PRO Brand new, never used, $400 obo. Call Jerry 5645390. Mil 1072 ARTHRITIS Suffers, live pain free. Had it for 20 years now I am pain free. Cost is as low as $15 per mo., not medicine, natural food & energy supplements. Guaranteed. 564-1648. MI254 IVIASONRY REPAIRS BLOCK, CONCRETE. 294-1622 K B S LANDSCAPING Sod, Rock, Low Water Planting Uc. *3S72t Free Estimates 435-2799 MR. FIXIT Handyman Service Quality Home Maintenance 294-6214 SHERMAN CONCRETE Licensed A Bonded Uc M04t' Free Estimates 293-4323 P81MSI REMODELING SALE kitchen cabinets, stainless steel sink w/faucet, oven w/microwave, microwave GE, wood clad sliding glass door, cut berber carpet, dishwasher, SW bectepread, queen, matching sheets, LOTS MORE. 565-7651. MI11016 WASHER / Dryers $125.00 Each. 2936101. EC MI10955 Beautiful solid walnut table w/four chairs, 42" round w/additionalleaves and drop edges, $200; Two large. Oriental style, taupe lamps, originally $199 ea. now $20/ea; Artist's Drafting Table 36" x48", w/UlanoGlideliner straight edge and Luxo flourescent lamp $100, for all; 22" Weber-style Barbecue Grill, new, still in box $35. Call 5643598. MM 0929 Firewood pine blocks $90 a cord, you pick up. 5659860, 583 Parkson, Hend. MM 0976 Dishwasher Gibson, 8 yrs. old. excel, cond. $50. Call294-1629. Ml 10979 HOIVEREmRSIwCC M.o Intedor/Extwlor Pelnttng 23 yrs. Experience Call 564-4292 For Free EstJmate Prompt, Dependable Service mm MISCELLANEOUS Bedroom set tilack lacquer & mirrored $350, filing cabinets, 4 drawer & lateral & boxes of garage sale items, 898-8182. Ml 10040 GOOD USED TIRES— Boulder City Motors, 1112NevadaHwy.,2932000. Ml 10950 Exercise equip. Nordic track (NEW) $225; Rowing machine $50; Exercycle $25; PRICES FIRM. 294-0187. Ml 10903 4-1/2 in. telescope $325; 10X50 ruby lens binoculars $70; night vision scope $700; FM-2 way handheld radios full feature $225 pair 294-2666. MI10910 WANTED: 486/100 IBM compatible computer, 16 meg ram, mouse, color VGA monitor. Bargain Prk;ed! 293-4860 leave message. MM 1075, FIREWOOD for sale $140 a cord, delivered locally 564-2325. MM 1008 MISCELLANEOUS SALE AM/FM STEREO8 track, cassette w/ speakers, excel, cond. $55.293-4357. Mil 0876 CANON 35MM AE-1 PROGRAM, some lenses and accessories. PENTEX A-3000 w/ lenses. Phone 293-1581. MM 0877 Bikes, two women's Schwinn 10-speeds, one in good cond., one excellent. $50 & $100. 4356839. MI7933 DAYBED, complete set, new, wArundle, 2 top of the line ortho mattresses, white w/brass. Cost $675 first $325. Call 263-7926. MI10807 Beautiful BRASS BED, head & foot board, w/ frame, uKra plus queen e illow top mattress set, rand new in plastic. Cost $1300 take $499. Call 371-6280. Mil0809 DOGLOO dog house, XL, never used, pad & see through door. Pd. $225 565-1167. MI10873 Whirlpool gas dryer used 4 mos. heavy duty, large capacity, 7cycle, 4femp, cost $367 sell $250OBO, 293-5959. MM 0914 Whirlpool "Stack" washer/dryer $200; Whirlpool 6 cu. ft. Chest Freezer $150; Patio swing $75. 12x12 Stepping Stones. Call 2941652. Ml 11067 FOR SALE Whirlpool 30" 4 burner electric range. White, like new. $225 obo. 294-0445. MI11066 Washer & dryer for sale $150 ea. 565-5445. MI11121 20" RCA Color TV w/remote, used less than 50 hrs., excellent shape $150; 26x48" desk, 2 drawers $25; lighted bedside phone (new) $25; 6' coffee table/ matching end tables $20 (good cond.). Call 2930557. Ml 11054 ELECTRIC TREAD MILL $75; Weight bench w/ wall attached weights $50. Call 293-6906. Mil 1052 Beautiful white imitation, leather loveseat $150 oak off k:e desk $45,9 pc copper cookware never used $50. beautiful stuffed Bobcat $150, glass & stone coffee table $35.2offwhiteendtables $30. 2 nice lamps $25. work # 592-0150. MI11099 CASINO CHIPS WANTEDI Any chips no longer in use from anywhere. CALL NOW! 456-6855, Thanks! BOOKS Buv-Sell-Trade BOOK ROUND UP 858 S Boulder Hwv Hnd 565-0665 Beautiful solid walnut table w/four chairs, 42" round w/additional leaves and drop ed^es, $200; Two large, Onental style, taupe lamps, originally $199 ea. now $20/ea.; Artist's Drafting Table 36" X 48", w/Ulano Glideliner straight edge and Luxo flourescent lamp $100, (or all; 22" Weber-style Barbecue Grill, new, still in box $35. Call 5643598. Ml 10929 Handicap Senior Citizen wants to buy a good single mattress. Call Teddy 293-1716. MM 1079 Maytag Washer/Elec. Dryer, white, excel, cond. $300/pr. Call 566-1668. MM 1078 BOULDER CITY'S AUTHORIZED SHIPPING Agent for UPS, FED EX, WESTERN UNION and other companies. •Custom packing •Home pickup if desired •Helpful, courteous & friendly. MAIL BOXES ETC. Von's Shopping Center Phone 702-293-21.64 Fax 702-293-2164 RADIO SHORTWAVE Grundig YB400 $220.00 SCANNERS ^.^ NEW & USED • • WORLD New from $45.00 Marshall Plaza BC 294-2666 HAM RADIO 10706 $1290.00 MARINE VHF Complete Package $225.00 GPS Magellan 2000 $200.00 Advertise in the Neiifs TRAVEL I I Name I Phone I Address I City KIDS CLASSIFIEDS • AGES 5 15 ONLY! Aje. I Parent or Guardian's Signature. .State -Zip I YOim AO (MAXIMUM LENGTH 21 CHARACTERS. INCLUDING SPACES BETWEEN WORDS) HENDERSON HOME NEWS 2 Commerce Center Dr. Henderson. NV 89014 i NO'^WEGIAN-The Beautiful Dreamward ^. y .i^ riSJ i ^ ii ? iJ*L'i i 'i • • I T Western Caribbean Grand Cayman • Playa del Carmen Cozumel • Cancan • NCL's Private Island Prtcingfor December JO from no9s itcbides ml 11/19-12/3 & 12/17 Hm^ hm mOtUt WIST VSI j^ loM • par pafMH oad opp^ to frtf end Moond lAsr Alitenian Canter 4350 Eott Suntei, Suite #101 • t9t-999 Af^kaU* to NM FIT and Gtaap booUngi CoUn m^ hid torw IKK Indudad PERSONALS ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meets 7 deyi a wk. et 5 PM, Rac. Annex behind Boulder DamCredIt Union. ALANON-ALATEEN 2}-e21$ ,ism. MISCELLANEOUS I GARAGE SALES FOR SALE SADDLES S WasMm PH H ur* Saddlet OoodCondMon f 1,tOO forH 1 orbtM oftor. cMjeck 293-5221 iftv 1:00 an. mivi SAT. DEC. 23rd from 8 am-3 pm. at 1119 Olmo Way, BC. Household & sm. novelty items. HELP WANTED CAS'HIER/STOCKbH any shift, full and part time. Apply between 9 am and 5 pm, M-F at 721 E. Lake Mead Dr. Hend. HW10893 Advertise in the HEWS PETS/ANIMALS IICORRALS FOR RENT Betty Hohn's non profit Animal Adoption Ltd. is accepting unlimited numberof unwantedpets by appointment only. You are welcome to view adoptable pets 7 days a week. Call first 361-2484. THERE IS NO GUIDED TOURS OF THE PREI^ISES AT THIS TIME, OF NATIVE, NON-NATIVE, OR WILD AND EXOTIC ANIMALS. PA10494 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 Life. BC PA. LAS VEGAS VALLEY HUf^ANE SOCIETY. Beautiful, healthy, kittens, cats, puppies, dogs. Spayed/neutered, tested, shots. PetsMart, Trop-Eastern store only. Thurs., Fri.. Sat., Sun., 11-4. PA10651 Free to good home Male Collie, 7 years old? Call between 3 p.m. & 6 p.m. only, 565-8830. PA10759 6 wk. old Japanese Chin, 1 female & 1 male, $250 ea. Sm. dog 558-0394. PA10874 COCKER SPANIEL 7 yrs. old. Pure Bred, no papers. Dest with older people. 566-5515. PA11062 FREE TO GOOD HOME 11 ma. old Male German Shepherd/Collie. Call 566-5515. PAH 061 AKC DALMATIAN XM AS PUPPIES-5wks.on12/ 24. Call 564-8898. PAH 056 Maltese AKC 6 wks. female, perfect last minute Christmas gift. $500,4569239. PA11108 FREE to loving home registered female Rottweiler 14 mos. old trained, loves children. 566-4016. PA11119 LOST & FOUND LOST golden diamond engagement ring at the Roadnouse Casino. REWARD LF11012 565-6950. LOST SHORT HAIRED WHITE CAT REWARD—Male 12 lbs., name Fifi on a blue collar. Lost in Grand Legacy on 12/15. Call 263-1430. LF11063 Lost long haired Persian, calico in color, shy and skittish. Lost near Wyominq & Ave. "K" on 12/' 15. If you see her call 293-2730. LF11087 FURNITURE NEW CUSTOM BIRCH CABINET, light finish, 90x22x32H, 4 drawers & 4 glass doors, 1 adjust, shelf, gr. for home, office orstore. $500060,2931409. MCI 0803 SALE ANTIQUE Glass Curio Cabinet $ 165,2934357. MC10879 SALE King size mattress w/box springs & frame like new $225,293-4357. MCI 0878 Lg. white oak enter, ctr. $450; W/D $250; couch, 2 piece L-shape $75 293-2214. MCI0992 PERSONALS TIRED OF EATING ALONE? Party of Elgtit brings people togttl)er for dinner to meet naw Mends. 251-8830 ENTERTAINMENT Call WE B. lAMMIN INC. DJ SERVICE Is equipped to Accommodate Corporate Parties, Employee Picnics, Holiday Dances, Reunions, YOU NAME IT WE DO U Playing everything from BIG band to top 40 Call today for a FREE phone quote! iLLIB RUSSEK...896-3636 10428 mUSl^B^ ouAUTy VOCAL PIANO •J'''" OR KEYBOARD!.'.' Entertainmenl. Avsilabk for your ornnllation or event. ProTeuional singer & Co. Flo Raymond CormI Cove Musical Arts Studio. 565-8469 VOICE PIANO DKAMA LESSONS CMMnn t AdiMi r aM up. Oud^r. I phmmmmttitmS65-8469 rs ////fif IIIIV\>L\)(VA\\%\^ ^ 16x24 corrals w/shade, auto waterers & feeders, 80x100 arena, pole barn, tack shed, on dirt roads, 3 blocks from mountain, HEND. AREA 566-0998. MC11015 STORAGE UNIT 14'x40'STORAGEUNIT • 12' roll up door $155/ mo. 294-1213, Iv. message. MCI 0827 HEALTH CARE ROOM & CARE FOR YOUR ELDERLY LOVED ONE. EXPERIENCE WITH ALYSEIMER 566-1935. MCI 0650 Housekeeper needed PT pis. apply Nevada Inn Motel, Boulder City. HW10995 Delivery driver part time daytime hrs. inquire at 1101 Boulder Hwy., Hend. HW10981 MOMS WANTED work at home, full time income part time hours. Fun, profitable, we train 1800-745-7924. HW10991 BUILDING SUPPLIES • "' '9 r STEEL BUILDING SALE! 20x20x8, $2660. 24x24x8, $3185. 30x30x10, $3995. Other sizes available. Sale i$ limited to inventory in stock! Don't miss out! Call now 1-800-766-4790. MC2512 WAREHOUSE 20x30 warehouse for rent, $350/mo., 707 Canyon Rd., BC 2940225. MCI0854 FOR SALE WAREHOUSE $39,950. 20 x 30. Call 294-0225. MC 10549 HEALTH & FITNESS PERSONAL FITNESS TRAINER Free Consultation 454-700g PSIOMI STORAGE RENTALS STORAGE UNITS 10'X20' 293-1135 liiSiM INSURANCE TOP AGENTS Rapraaaneng toma o< tha finaat haaMi and protactlon plant on SMmarfcat HOSPtTAUZATION MECNCAL^UROICAL MEDtCARE SUPPLEMENT INCOME PROTECTION CANCER AND NOW... UFE INSURANCE Hara'a a ctwnca to Mtch your wagon to a aun Amarlcant hava takan PHYSICIANS MUTUAL AND PHYSICIANS LIFE INSURANCE COMPANIES to ttwir hawla. Wa naad to contact Iha many paopla writing In about our naeonallyracognlzadptana. For an appdntmant 702-711-aCU. Ask (or Alan. PhyXduw HukMl InMKano* ConifMny PtiywcarM IMa hiito Compmy Equal Of]po(luniry CompanM* PACKAGE SHIPPING AUTHORIZED SHIPPING CENTER UPS FEDERAL EXPRES.S Compare prices ttitn Come Ship With US! OPEN 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday thru Friday BEE'S BUSINESS & MAIL SERVICE 1400 Colorado Street (at Ash Street) U$ Our Convenimt Btck Door! 7069 HELP WANTED DJ'S DAYCARE CENTER in need of a responsible caregiver w/1 yr. exp. FT/PT. Accepting applications, 360 Horizon, HND. (cross street Greenway) 5664070. HW10593 Cleaning service needs honest & dependable persons to work P/T evenings & on call days. Call 565-4750. HW10576. ASST. MGR. RETAIL CLOTHING STORE, 1 YR. EXP. REQUIRED APPLY IN PERSON. DANSKIN, 7400 S. LV BLVD.. SUITE 41. 3612900. HW10933 WORKERS NEEDED Dailv Work, Daily Pay APPLY AT LABOR FINDERS Mon.-Fri.. 5 am to 6 pm 331 Wafer St. HND 564-9592 HW10853 Looking for fun, active PRESCHOOL TEACHERS to work yvith children ages 2-12. We provide a preschool program along with an after school program. Our learning center provides a wide variety of educational learning materials. Benefits included. Contact 456-7008 or 565-0007. HW11094 UTILITIES INSPECTOR SALARY; $38,681.6544,097.64/year. REQUIREI^ENTS: Graduation from high school or the equivalent, and four (4)years of progressively responsible construction experience. Experience as an offsite inspector or construction foreman on utility related projects is desirable. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Possession of, or the ability to obtain, an appropriate State of Nevada Driver's License, and maintenance of a satisfactory driving record. M ustpass an American Water Works Association (AWWA) California-Nevada Section approved course of instruction for an entry level Water Distribution Operator, within one (1) year of the date of hire. Must possess, or have the ability to obtain within one (1) year of the date of hire, certification in barrcading and use of nuclear testing equipment. WHERE TO APPLY: City application form must be submitted to and received by the Personnel Depart-1 ment. Room 200, City Hall, 240 Water Street. Henderson, NV 89015, no later than Tuesday, June 9, 1996 by 5:00 p.m., to be considered for this recruitment. NO APPLICATIONS WILL BE GIVEN OUT AFTER 4:00 P.l^. ON THE CLOSING DATE OF THIS RECRUITMENT. Employment packet MUST De obtained from the Personnel Department; resumes only WILL NOT be accepted in lieu of employment) applications. HOURS OF^OPERATION; MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY, 7:30 A.M. TO 5:30 P.M. SMOKE-FREE WORK ENVIRONMENT. AN AFFIRMATIVE ACTION/EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. HW11126 RESUMES Composed, Edited, Typed-Fast & Accurate BEES BUSINESS SVC. • "DAILY 8-6 Sat. 10-4" 1400 Colorado. #C B.C. 293-5361 923 Avon Haa A Place for YOUl To Buy or Sell CoN Roela Sherman 293-0110 Ind. Laadarihlp Rep. TEACHER WANTED PART-TIME Experienced in 'Kindergarten 'Elementary Education or Child Development OAKLANE PRESCHOOL 1308 Wyoming SL 293-5188 Acutemps A IfiiUJorjiy Svrvict' T TT T • • • NO FEES^** • • • NO FEES^*^ Interviewing for: 'Word ProccMors *ScrtarM 'R*cptionit* 'Accountant* 'Boolik*p*rs *DaU Entry •A/PandAm Inttrvieum at 2909 W. CbariMton Mon.-Fri. 8 AM-3 PM Pion. 877-6775 Maat have proper ID HELP WANTED FT Med. Asst. for growing GV practice. Duties incl. assisting MD in patient exams 4 minor surgery, instr. prep, patient education. Exp. or CMA certification required. Send resume to: PO Box 50312, Hd., NV 89016. HW10729 NEEDED: 87 people to lose between 10-30 lbs. in one month! No willpower needed. 100% natural, 100% guaranteed. Doctor Recommended. #1 Europe. 303695-1666. HW11037 LOOKING FOR ADVENTURE? Join the irresistible force. The Nevada Army National Guard has excitement just waiting for you if you qualify. Call today for more information! 4357228. HW10218 • GOLD STRIKE INN • & CASINO NOWHIRING: Security Quardt Engineer* Hotteet/CasMart ^ Keno Runnari Portart Bua Peraon* Casino Cage Cashlfra Houaekeapert, Una cook* 1 ic dlihwaahaf* # i, Part-time gHt *hop perion. ^ ^ Apply In per*on at ^ Caahler • Cage US HV/Y •S.New Hoover Dam 1954^ SOILS ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN SALARY: $38,681.65-44,097.64/ year REQUIREMENTS: Graduation from high school, orthe equivalent, and four (4) years of technical experience in engineering related to materials testing and inspection, OR any equivalent combination of related training and experience. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Possession of, or the ability to obtain, an appropriate Nevada Driver s License, and maintenance of a satisfactory driving record. Must possess a certificate of training in the use of nuclear testing equipment. WHERE TO APPLY: City application form must be submitted to and received by the Personnel Department, Room200, City Hall, 240 Water Street, Henderson, NV 89015, no later than Monday, Januarys, 1996 by 5:00 p.m., to be considered for this recruitment. NO APPLICATIONS WILL BE GIVEN OUTXRER 4:00 P.M. ON THE CLOSING DATE OF THIS RECRUITMENT. Employment packet MUST be obtained from the Personnel Department; resumes only WILL NOT be accepted in lieu of employment applications. HOURS OF^ OPERATION: MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY, 7:30A.M. TO 5:30 P.M. SMOKE-FREE WORK ENVIRONMENT. AN AFFIRMATIVE ACTION/EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. HW11122 RESUMES Professionally Done rteasonably Priced BEE'S BUSINESS SERVICES Open Daily 8 to 6 1400 Colorado (at Ash) B.C. 293-5361 Tow drivers needed, part time avail., exp. preferred but hot necessary. Must be clean cut, have valid Nevada driver's license with current DMV printout. Must live in BC. Apply in person at 705 Juniper Way, BC HW10890 CAFE SENSATIONS G.V. Cafe seeking full time expe. pantry cook. Kitchen supervisor position available bring references. Applications accepted in person M W F, 9 am to 11 am,2-4pm, 4350 E. Sunset #110 at Athinean. Henderson. HW25S HELP WANTED COOK position available. Apply at SUPER 8 MOTEL, 704 NV HWY., BC. Call HW11006 294-8888. PRODUCTION LINE WORKERS NEEDED. Full time position. Person must be dependable & have reliable transportation. Fax resume and/ or qualifications to 2940678. HW11002 INSPECTOR III SALARY: $40,263.3845,899.27/year. REQUIREMENTS: Five (5) years combined education/experience in building trades, completion of an accredited apprenticeship program, plus twol.C.B.O.orl.A.P.M.O. inspector certifications OR any equivalent combination of closely related training and experience. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Possession of, orthe ability to obtain, an appropriate Nevada Drivers License, and possession and maintenance of a satisfactoiy driving record. WHERE TO APPLY; City application form must be submitted to and received by the Personnel Department, Room 200, City Hall, 240 Water Street, Henderson, NV 89015, no later than Thursday January 4, 1996 by 5:00 p.m., to be considered for this recruitment. NO APPLICATIONS WILL BE GIVEN OUT AFTER 4:00 P.M. ON THE CLOSING DATE OF THIS RECRUITMENT. Employment packet MUST be obtained from the Per-' sonnel Departnnent; resumes only WILL NOT be accepted in lieu of employment applications. HOURS OF OPERATION: MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY, 7:30 A.M. TO 5:30 P.M. SMOKE-FREE WORK ENVIRONMENT. AN AFFIRMATIVE ACTION/EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. HW11085 HELP WANTED 11 HELP WANTED Drivers/Baggage, no CDL required, part time positions available. Minimum age 25 with a clear driving record, Nevada Class-3 license, must be available Sundays and Thursday. (Helpers Part time position, must be minimum 18 yrs. old.) Call 434-6128. Applications accepted 8 am-4 pm. Am. Nv. Corp. is seeking F/T Day Porter for the GV Town CXt. at $6.00/ hr M-F, 6 AM-2 AM; Respon. include policing areastortrash, emptying trash cans, sweeping, cleaning & organizing tables & chairs & add misc. duties. Appl. will be accepted M-Ff rom 9 am3 pm at AMERICAN NEVADA CORP., 901 N. GREEN VALLEY PKWY., #200, HENDERSON. HW11071 WANTED, Light tiousekeeper 2 or 3 days per week. Engllsti not important. Live in or out, private room, kit. priv., call for more info. & appt. 791-5599 GENERAL LABOR Immediate hire. 15 people casino work. Drug Test Required, Henderson area. Contact PRN 5583666. HW11088 WILDLIFE/CONSERVATION JOBS. Game wardens, security, maintenance, etc. No exp. necessary. Now Hiring. Forlnfo. Call(219)7940010ext. 9007. 7AM-9 PM/7 days. HW1 1082 Busy family practice looking for experienced full time medical asst. Call 293-0406. HW11102 LAW ENFORCEMENT JOBS NO EXP. NECESSARY. Now Hiring. U.S. Customs, Officers, Etc.For Info Call (219) 794-001 Oext. 12046 am to 8 pm. -7Days. HW11132 Doxed Ads 6 per column Inch per week Chooa* Your hour*. Your Income and Your Hawatdat AVON Mailna Hoel (702)2n.170 Call Today I DRIVEHS AND LABORERS 50 Needed Daily/Weekly Pay Apply LABOR EXPRESS 39 E. Basic Rd. $500/day in your mailbox for information send $1.00 + self addressed stamped envelope, 2756 N. Green Valley Pkwy., Suite #238 Henderson, NV. 89014. BO11043 QUALIFIED AUTO PARTS COUNTER PERSON Full time. Triad experience preferred. Apply in person: The Parts House, 709 Juniper Way, BC HW11104 DOMESTIC HELP HOUSECLEANING • Tired of bad housekeepers? Call Wendy 5658107. DH10732 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES NOTICE TO READERS: The HBC Publications does not vouch for the legitimacy of items, jobs, or money-making opportunities advertised in this classification. We suggest you carefully evaluate such offers and not send money to these advertisers unless you are certain you know with whom you are dealing and you know all termis and conditions of the offer. BO VACATION RENTALS Ski Brian Head. Condo with view. Sleeps 8, 2 mast., 1 loft br., den, Jacuzzi tub,frpl.,gar. 702294-2320. MCI0658 DOMESTIC HELP I APT. RENTALS Christian Center Preschool has a limited number of openings in our 2 and 3 year old classes. Other classes now have a waiting list. Phone 293-7773, ask for Dianne. DH 10563 CHILD CARE in my home near C. T. Sewell Elementary Mon.-Fri. reasonable rates. 564-8661. iyitti IRONING TO PERFECTION $1.00 A PIECE CALL SELMA 565-1507 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES START YOUR RETIREMENT NOWl Exit the rat race & be financially ••cure In 1-3 years. No joke. Call now BoiotTi 1-800-621-18S3 Advertise in the News 2 bdrm,, $440. 208 Randy Way, Section 8/ Srs. cfiscount. 435-9123. AR11100 ROOM FOR RENT IN HENDERSON Share 2 bd. APT. $250/mo. 5668392 or 566-5976. AR10357 Cherry Lynn Apts. 1 bdrm. No pets. Sr. preferred. Lease for 12 mo. 293-0420. AR10710 NEWER 2 BDRM. APT. Washer/Dryer, cable + utils. paid. $550/mo. -f $200/dep. 293-5533. AR11048 2 Bd. apart, near downtown A schools $495/ mo.. 294-0128. AR10924 2bdrm., 1-1/2 bath, gar., fenced back yard only $675/mo. $600 dep., 564-0147. HR11096 APARTMENTS AS LOW AS $275 a Month furnished 564-6952 ,.,. APT. RENTALS Teddy's Kitchenettes, Just bring your toothbrush. Everything furnished. PH. 293-1716. BC NEW KITCHENETTES, phone, satellite, maid service. STARVIEW MOTEL 293-1658. BC AR10193 NEW KITCHENETTES STARVIEW, 293-1658 w Are you feeling closed in? Lakewood Cove Apis. can help you Stretch out! 1&2bdrm., 3bdrm. town, from $535 Henderson 1 MONTH FREE 564-2258 COMMERCIAL SALES FOR SALE WAREHOUSE $39,950. 20 X 30. Call 294-0225. MC9767 ROOMS FOR RENTll ROOMS FOR RENT Seeking bright, energetic, person for upscale, busy dental practice in BC. Experience and training a plus people skills are imperative. Call 293iiSZi HW11074 DENTAL ASSISTANT Henderson Our busy general dntl office is searching tor a bright, energetic person w/chair side experience. We offer a challenging career opponunily in a team oriented environment wtiere our employees are truly appreciated for their involvement and talents. 564-0871 IMMEDIATE OPENINGS: Clerical and Industrial, Immediate openings all areas. Contact Renee: 566-7840 /ALLEY ^<^^ TEMPS INC. 30 A Water St. Henderson, NV. SECURITY OFFICERS-UNARMED $5.25 HR. to start. HENDERSON G.V. areas. Full & Part-Time. Weekdays & Weekends. MUST HAVE WORKING PHONE & TRANSPORTATION. Please apply in person MON.-THURS., 10a-3p,EOE CURTIS SECURITY, 3305 Spring Mtn. Rd., Ste. 83. HWIOMI SECURITY OFFICERS WELLS FARGO GUARD SERVICE. EMPLOYMENT OPENINGS IN HEND./G.V. AREAS. WE OFFER FLEXIBLE WORK HOURS, UNIFORMS PROVIDED PAYED VACATION S AND OTHER BENEFITS. APPLY Monday-Friday, 9 am to 3:30 pm, 3305 W. Spring Mountain, #66, Equal Opportunity Employer. 10947 //.'. IDC Part-Time, Flexible Hours! Individuals needed to conduct phone follow-up with graduates and friends of distinguished institutions. We've been in business for 21-years plus! Friendly, professional environment. Contact 565-9038. HW10491 ROOM FOR RENT in BC. House kitchen privileges, NO DRUGS OR SMOKING, prefer mature female. 293-1036 voice mail. $350/incl. util. RR10455 Share small 2 bd. house in BC. $250/mo. -^ 1/2 utiL NON SMOKER, 29351891V. mes. RR11092 Batchelor Cottage furnished, bath, kitchenette, Indry. $350/mo., 2934636. RR11097 Roomforrentinour3bd. home for steady working person. NODRUGS, NO DRINK. $300/mo. Call 565-7397. RR1134 HOUSE RENTALS Near GV High School, 3 bd.,2ba.,la.front&back yard, frpl., fully equipped w/appl. Landlord will pay part of water bill. $950 + sec. dep. MJ Leasing, 792-3619. HR10727 Newer 3 bd., 2 ba. home in Highland Hills. All appliances NO PETS PLEASE. $885/mo. -($750 dep., 1 yr lease. Call Century 21 JR Realty, 564-5142. HR10978 BOULDERCITY-3bd.2 ba. 2 car gar., park like setting, very, very nice. Avail. Jan. 1.$1050/mo., 293-0008. HR11011 UNFURNISHED in BC 2 bd., 2 ba., -tmulti purpose room, fenced yard, off street parking, storage, all elec. appliances, avail, early Jan. $695/mo. Call458-5841. HR11070 1r-*i-k1t**1,-k1,-k-ki,-ki,-k-t,1r1,i,i,l,iti,i, : SECURITY OFFICERS Needed for greater Henderson, GV area, FULL TIME and PART TIME, flexible hours. Must have dependable transportation & phone. Call ALLIED SECURITY, 364-5774, Monday-Friday, 8:30-4:30 pm, 3355 Spring Mtn. Rd., BIdg. C, Suite #256. EOE/M-* F/H-V. 7500 2bd. 1 ba., in BC-Large yard, gar., appliances included. Call 293-2753. HR11081 3 BD., 2 BA in BC, near schools, $995/mo. + deps. Call 293-4190. HR11083 Nice 2 bdrm., remodeled. $800/mo. Call 293-6345 or 293-6221. HR11098 House for rent, 3 bdrm., 2ba.,$750/mo. plus util. & dep. Avail. Jan. 1, NO PETS 565-8296. HR11116 2 bdrm., 1-1/2 bath, gar, fenced back yard only $675/mo. $600 dep. 5640147. HRn096 ROOM FOR RENT IN HENDERSON-Share 2 bd. APT. $250/mo. 5668392 or 566-5976. RR10352 Pleasant, 2 rooms furnished w/bath, kit., Indry., $350/mo. Female preferred. 293-4636. RR10704 Room for rent, house privileges, 293-3640. RR11057 • • • • • • • • • COMMERCIAL RENTALS 3500 sq. ft. Warehouse space for rent, 710 W. Sunset, 564-4100. CO11041 Professional office space available in Boulder City, Eagles Nest Office Park, 1000 NV Hwy. Approx 800 sq ft, terms negotiable. Phone 293-5496 or 293-3119. CO10752 Office warehouse suite 1000 sq. ft., 1557 Foothill Dr Street frontage BC $650 mo. with $550 Security Dep., 293-3115. CO10907 FENCE EQUIPMENT/ Storage yard, 216 W. Foster, 564-0147. C09849 WAREHOUSE for Sale $39,950. 20x30. Call 294-0225. C0106646 Office Space for Lease. 1950 square foot office space for lease in prime BC location. Top floor, nice building, private bath, $2000 month, 916 Nevada Highway, 2940225. CO10753 CASA DE ALICIA AND M&M II APT We're not giving away the kitchen sink. WE DON'T HAVE TO. Let our features & professional staff speak for themselves. 1,2A3bdrm. from$550. Pools, picnk: areas. Walk in closets. 293-1615 AR107IS Boulder Citv. ATLANTIC CITY APARTMENTS Clean, Quality 1-2-3 Bedroom Apartments in Henderson • Central Air & Heat • Appliances • Blinds • Carpets • Water Paid • Washer/Dryer Available Apartments are $410 & up per month, newly remodeled, spacious near schools, park & shopping. 565-7028 11101 CONDO RENTALS I CONDO RENTALS Great Lake Terrace! 3 bd., 2 ba., jac. tub! Best unit/view/area $975 mo. LIKE NEW 293-2030. CR10866 Evergreen condo, 2 bd., 2 ba. $650 + dep. Boulder Dam Realty, Ellen, 293-4663. CR10896 Office warehouse suite 1000 sq. ft., 1557 Foothill Dr, Street frontage BC, $650 mo. with $550 Security Dep. 293-3115. CO10907 CM Zoning BC 1600 SF of shop area w/600 SF of caretakers quarters. Washer & dryer incl. Lease $1200/mo. 2932202 BEFORE 6 PM. 0011124 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, at Americor Realty, 3651953. L0253 NICE 2 BR./2 BA. CONDO-W/D, all appls., pool, cvrd. prkg., grnd. Ivl., quiet. $700/mo. (D) 293-8825 or (E) 2933583. CR10922 NICE 2 BR./2 BA. CONDO-W/D, all appls., pool, cvrd. prkg. grnd. Ivl., quiet. $700/mo. Call 2930120. CR10922 CONDO SALES BY OWNER CHARMING 2 bd. CONDO in clean, green BC. 2-story 1-1/2 bath, all appl. MUST SEE TO APPRECIATE. Call 294-3853 eyes. CS10393 ^ • • • • • • • l GVAREA2bdrm.,2ba., split level ground floor, 2 car attached gar. w/elec. opener, washer/dryer, all eiec, 2 door refrig., A/C, ceiling fans, vertical blinds, NO PETS or SMOKERS, adults, patio-view, $750 mo., 1st, last -t$400 security dep., 1 yr. lease. 293-6335. 2bd. 2ba., 2 liv. rms., 2 kths. W/D D/W $700/m $400dep. Call aft. 4 PM, 293-7675. CR11033 Nk:e 2 bd., 2 ba. condo for rent. $600/mo. 2936345/494-9502. CONDO in BC Super Clean 2 bd, 2 ba. FP, NMT Sctwol*. AvilM)!* Now. 293-7766 294-0605 aft. 5 pm CONDO SALES BOULDER HILLS by owner. Quiet 2 bd., 1-1/2 ba., 2 story condo overlooking pool area, will consider Lease Option w/ good down payment. $69,500. Call eves. 2931471. CS10546 BOULDER CITY-2 or 3 bd. older duplex, avail. Jan. 1 $675/mo. or$160/ wk. 293-0008. HR11120 Immaculate 2 bd. 1 ba. NO PETS. REF., avail. 1/1/96 $625 dep. $625/ mo. 565-9944. HR11005 4 bd., 1-3/4 ba. Lewis Home $950 + dep. Boulder Dam Realty, Ellen, 293-4663. HR10897 i£/^TRiDGtTem Ds'_ is Recruiting CLERICAL •Receptksnist •Data Entry 'Accounting Clerk 'General Secretarial 'Cashier Up to $9.00 pr hour for the following positions GENERAL •Construction Cleanup •Convention Work •Warehouse Jobs •Product k>n •Light Industrial Up to $7.00 pr hour NEVER A FEE Call 566-9662 for an apontmcnt today I 320 S. Boulder Hwy. Ste. 102 Henderson, NV NEVER A FEE Nk:e Henderson Home, 3 bd., 2 ba. $895 -*$500 dep. 564-7224 or 5658999. HR11135 MOBILE HOMES Perfect starter home, must sell, we've outgrown, letting go below appraisal. Call 294-0472. LAKE MEAD VIEW ESTATES, custom home lots overlooking Lake Mead. 702-294-0475. LO11105 Boulder City 80x120 ft. lot. w/view of Lake Mead, ready to build on, all utilities on site. $78,500. 293-4241 after 6 pm. LO11050 BOULDER OTY-'B" HILL AREA 1/2 ACRE-READY TO BUILOII FABULOUS LOCATION!! CALL BOULDER DAM REALTY ask for Pat 293-4663. '80 SKYLINE $5500. Located in BC Adult Park. Call 293-7691. TRAILERS RENT OR SALE Park Models good for 1 or 2 people. Rents starts $375/up. Sales start $1500/up. Ask for Jeannettei/Mario. 294-8886 APT. RENTALS FOR RENT: Kitchenettes, $65/wk. Utilities pd. SHADY REST MOTEL, 565-7688. AR9597 SPY GLASS CONDO 2 bd., 2-1/2 ba., Lake View Balcony, patio, pool, spa, etc. $127,500. Call Heinz2930545 Prudential Southwest Realty. CS10943 Quiet, 2 bdrm.. apt. in Henderson. $470/mo., 897-9421 AR10875 UNFURNISHED 2bdrm., 1 ba.. 1-story apt., carport, seniors weteome, $500/mo. 293-4832. AR11017 Nee 2 bd. apartment for rent in Hnd chiWren OK, $525/mo + $350/sec. Call 737-6296. AR11131 4 Unes'£,'•* com row COUNTRY HILLS-Nk;e 2 Bed./2 Bath. Only $77,500. BRET 2948482, Desert Sun Realty. CS10887 For Sale by Owner 2 bd., 2 ba. attached 2 car oarage, GV area, $88,500, Debbie 5641919 between 3-7 PM/ 596-2809 anytime. CS10906 GV townhouse $78,900 1400 SF 3 bd. 2 full ba. cathedral ceiling French doors firpl. tile floors, 2 park spaces, 1 covered. Must see this gr. buy located near Wndmill & Eastern. 263-8117. Doxed Ads 'fi^ per column inch per weel< Boukier City Retail/Off k:e space Tarma Negotiable B.C. Adob* Realty 293-1707 CO 10480 HENDERSON CONDO Upgraded 2 bd. 1-1/2 b&, 2 story w/fp. Uk* rwwt 5a,t00 inc. sppliancss M1-1M2. By Jokers WNd. Remodeled 4 hd.J2 ba.. new roof, fam. rm.. 1650 SF, ct. yard patio. 2934756 msg. RE10559 LAKEVIEW Gorgeous 4 bedroom home. Like New $219,900 BRET 294-8482 Desert Sun RHy. R£lin7 REAL ESTATE $164,900 can ba moved in by Chriatmas, 5bd.,3 ba., .4 acre, hkiden horse quarters, very unique, section 19. 595-6078 or 269-0279. RE10881 LICENSED R.E. AGENTS full servKe offk:e has 100% Commission desks available. $100 Mo., $150 per transaction • • E40. No franchise fees, also liberal split arrangements. hJon-MLS available. For more info and confidential inten^iew, call Katie 293-5757. RE10892 BC COMMERCIAL-Office/Warehouse, possible living qtrs. 4 unKs. All for $219,500. Call BRET 294-8482 Desert SunRlty. RE10773 3 BR., 1-3/4 BATH W/ ATTGARAGE.1364SQ. FT. ON QUIET CUL-DESAC, RV PARKING, LG. PATIO, LANDSCAPE, SHADE TREES, WELL KEPT MUST SEE, 798 AMY CT.,BC 293-5112. RE10968 You,CAN own your own home! No down payment on Miles materials, attractive construction financing. Call Miles Homes today, 1-800343-2884 ext. 1. Mil 1029 Boxed Ads ^8 per column inch per week BOULDER CITY GOLF COURSE COMMUNFTY. Exquisite single story with approximately 2400 sq. ft., 4 bedroom, 2 bath plus versatile room addition (18x17) enhanced with custom oak built-ins, large island kitchen adjoining family room, open and spacious floor plan, swamip cooled 3 car garage nas work bench, unique low maintenance landscaped 1/3 acre complete with covered patio and double gate side entry for RV/boat parking. "Everybody's dream home." $265,000. Call Jim and Pat for a personal tour. 371-0825 or 381-0408 Prudential Southwest. RE11093 •YOUR FIRST HOME24x60/3 txtnuappfox. 1440 sq II. jn perfect lihape. mobile honie Can be converted! .So many new iteim & upgrades A musi see' B C I09.?00l< •CLOSE TO HEAVENSlunning lake views. \ bdrm.. 24(K) sq II,. spa/4 decks upgraded 111 the max' B C 28.'ik •FAMILY FEUD 4 Bl)RM. Need more room' 1886 sq, ft,, near lake, large lilt' Plenty of RV parking & iiiiire'BC IX.Sk •NOBODY SLEPT HEREy hdrni. Almost 1/2 acre, new home. 2.'i.'8 approx sq It, ton of amenities .'8()K •BEING .SQUEEZED 4 BDRM.^ Single story, quiet culJcsac. 4 bdrm.. 4 bath Lake \ie.::i'^sq, ft, ^Q.-ik All furniture can be purchased B C •E.XPLORE!' The descn and a forever new ol the lake, large lot. 1 bdrm co/y home, a must see' B C •BARBIE'SDRKAMHODSE IS FOR SALE!^ Kxquisite new custom ,'7S9 sq. ft. 6 bdrm,. S baths, pixil si/e Int. .' car detached garage, ton of amenities 1 Full tranquil view ofljkeMead' Make offer, owner may carry' • iUkBC •CLOSE TO SCHOOLS* ()nl> !* years old R V boat parking. 2 car gar. ;ihdmi or 2/ Di'n Singk'story'Approx 1.^77. ill appliances/main free yard IK" IhKk THIS IS ITI'Abeautiful Lewis Kome. bdrm. 1648 sq ft. l^xWS lot. piHil/spa. like new' Remodeled kitchen/Mosc in ondition' Much more SP'..SiOBC •BETTER THAN NEW' House shows like a model. bdrm Approx 166Ssq ft only 4 years old. lush landscaping, many upgrades, motivated seller' I27K Hender\on •COLFER'S PARADISE^ 4 Br. 27')()sq ti 10(1 x 12.^ lot. hardwood floors manv upgrades, a show place k a pool to die for' $Uq.9.S(i B C" •HANDYMAN'S .SPECIAL* 2 houses tor one. 4 hdrm 101.^ sq It & a studio in back yard to rent out (ireat invesimenil $
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mm Pag 16 Handerson Home News Tuesday, December 26,1995 REAL ESTATE BC ESTATE SALE -3 bediJ2 bath, cul-de-sac Home with garage. $115,000. BRET 2948482, Desert Sun Realty. RE10886 BC BEAUTYI 3,200 sq. ft. home on 1/2 acre view lot ONLY $289k. BRET 294-8482. Desert Sun Realty. RE10885 You CAN own your own home! No downpayment on Miles materials, attractive construction financing. Call Miles Homes today, 1-800343-2884 ext. 1. RE10408 Prestigious Lakeview custom home, 3 Ig. bd., oversized park-like lot. Priced at $224,900. Call me today 283-4422. Karen Reyes, Americana Realtors. RE10632 REAL ESTATE 3BD.. 2BA., 1725 SF, on quiet private street, $163.500/offer. 3911644. RE11047 BC CUSTOM BY OWNER-3 large bdrms., 2ba., 1700sf,2cargar., fireplace, custom wood cabinets, block wall enclosed, 70'X 120', nteely landscaped lot. Beautiful Home for $159,900. Call 293-5520. RE10970 REAL ESTATE CUSTOM HOME-adj. to Golf Course. 4 br., 1-3/4 ba., pool. $195,000. Call 293-4399. RE10453 Motivated owner offering this cute 3 bdrm., 1-3/4 bath on large lot. New carpet and freshly painted. 779 Christina • $133,000. Call Mary 2934663, Boulder Dam Realty (Owner licensee). RE REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE When you're thinking of buying or selling a home, you'll want the transaction to proceed swiftly and efficiently. Thai's why you should look for a real estate professional with special expertise in listing, selling, investment and taxes. Someone with a proven record of experience Someone you can trust. That someone is a Certified Residential Specialist (CRS). your best choice in real estate. ^am^ Call Dave Berard [^Mti ) Re/Max Eagle's View When YBUWM THIS 1& Broker/G.R.I. CRS (702)566-6700 "JJ^ "EAGLE ^SS^M^ CREST AREA" bath, great family home, 1370 SF $113,500. Call RE/ MAX Eagle's View and ask for Dave 566-6700 EOlOO THIS HOME IS A TRUE VALUE FOR THE RIGHT PERSON. THIS HOME IS PRICED BELOW MARKETVALUE FOR A QUICK SALE-4 br, 2 ba.. POOL/SPA!! 1860 sf, One level home. Callfor details. BOULDER DAM REALTY ask for Pat. 293-4663. •.,. DO YOU NEED A HOME IN CLEAN, GREEN Boulder City! 4 br., 2 ba. New roof, new central heat/air, new windows Terrific location $121,500This won't last! BOULDER DAM REALTY ask for Pat. 293-4663. RE 10713 Ced^jr Cify Southern Utah 160 Acres, Breathtaking Vic>8, Backs to BLM. • Homes torn $60,000 • DdKCofteStepS79,900 • 5 BedtoomBrick Home Only $92^00. • Land, Land Phis More.. Call Mar>ny 294-0870 orS0041-2771 ERA R—lty Cnfr BOULDER CITY -SUPER BUY 2 bedroom, 1 bath, 1000 sf, alum, siding, central air and heat. NEW PAINT, NEW CARPET. Tongue & Grove Hardwood floors. Lovely home and won't last at $94,500. Call Darwin or Ginger at DARWIN BIBLE REALTY 293-3996 RE1M25 FOR ALL YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDS., Call Henderson's #1 Real Estate Team BRENDA BIRD GRI, CRS Lifetime Henderson Resident 564-1127 WENDY WILLIAMS 378-1689 Ovcr$IOO,()(X).OOOinSales 27 years combined Real Estate experience! "The DYNAMIC DUO Sells Homes!" Ameiicana ft[£^/;Te Group .... lTiWH9^3^ tk.^ Judy Henkens SUPER HOME at S56 Reliance Drive 1380 SF • 3 Bdrms. 2 Full Bathe 2 yrs. young 7.230 SF lot. Great Location for S119.S00 FOR LEASE 698 Racetrack New 2 Bdrm 2 Bath Condo Gated Comm. Great Views & BeautltuI too! S750 Month. "Just call JUDY" 497-1553 aHOUP REALTY & PROPERTY MANAGEMENT ra^ Eagle's View .(^ 17C2) S6e-i70C SmitA' & SttiitA109 "WaUi St Um*(702)S6S-970r .iiu* 1702) S6t-6700 Smai&SmOtl AIM. 1^uUe4U^ Succ f959l! W^^^ (=^ CALLCOLDWELLBANKER COLDWELL BANKER ANCHOR REALTY rn|> 501 Nevada Hwy., Boulder City •1 293-5757 FREE! LIST OF ALL HOMES FOR SALE IN B.C. HOMES REDUCED! Fantastic price on this custom, 3 bd., 2-1/2 ba., 4 car garage, new custom. NOW $305,000! CUSTOM 4 bd., 3 ba., family rm. w/wet bar & room for pool table, 3 car garage, pool, lake view! $410,000. TRI-LEVEL 4 bd., 3 ba., bonus game rm. or in-law qtrs., oversized garage, RV parking, lake view. $269,500. BEST BUY IN B.C. Needs some TLC but the price is right! $86,900. for this 3 bdrm., 1 bath, fenced yd. LAKE MEAD VIEW 3 bdrm., 3-1/2 ba., den, fam. rm., custom window A carpeting. Reduced to $399,000. LARGE 3 BDRM., 2 ba., 2 car garage plus heated/cooled hobby rm., covered patio, freshly painted. $175,000. MANUFACTURED HOMES REDUCED TO $215,000. Corner lot w/lake view. 2 bd., oversized 2 car garage & carport. Immaculate home ready for occupant. THIS ONE'S A SLEEPER! 2 bd., 2 ba., fam. rm. with wet bar, f/p in living rm., 1966 s.f. for $135,0001 LAKE VIEW • large lot in cul-de-sac, lots of RV parking, 2 bdrm., 2 ba., storage sheds & more! $155,000. REDUCED Seller anxious, needs a little TLC and carpeting. Lake view possible from back of k>t. $113,500. MOBILES IN PARKS LIKE NEW 14x68, 2 bdrm., 2 ba., new carpet, vinyl, curtains, covered porch, storage bklg. Seller may carry OAC! $25,000. LARGE LOT Desert view from covered porch, 2 bdrm., 2 ba., all appliances, storage bidg., carport. 1992 Silvercrest. $60,000. GREAT WEEKENDER OR RETIREE 2 bdrm., 1 ba., 2 car carport, central air A haat. $17,000. GINGERWOOD DOUBLE WIDE! 2 bd.. 2 ba.. new carpet, window coverings, caramic tile counters and fk>or in kitchen, also mat bath, $45,000. ^ eiMO Ce W—I Ba>*ef O eeennll AMI EaM. An E41M' Oppotunir Ccmpany. Equal Housing OpponuMty Sone OWiee n i d peii il iiW|i Omnmi and O pi r ale d WHY RENT, WHEN YOU CAN BUY FOR AS LITTLE AS $750.00 TOTAL You and your family CAN realizp Iht AMERICAN DREAM of horn* ownarahlp. THE MORTGAGE SHOPPE in • • •oclation wHh THE CITY OF HENDERSON hava programa available to txjy i homa for at IlitIa aa $7S0.0O total to BUYII HUD Rapo's, VA Convsnilonal. Wa ilso offsr raflnsriM and 100% 2nd'a. No appralaal or aqulty. AL ARROYO, MANAGER taJ THE MORTGAGE $HOPPE 26-A Water St. Henderson OFFICE: 566-5615 PGR: 389-2666 A PERFECT 10! 3 bedroom, 2 bath home w/Inground spa & appx., 1288 SF of living space. Large lot w/room for RV parking. Custom kitchen cabinets, upgraded carpet, fans, custom shutters... |U8t to mention a few upgrades. Call for more details. Only $116,500. DETACHED GUEST HOUSE W/1 CAR garage...Updated custom home In quiet location zoned for horses! 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths, 2 car finished garage. Inground poof & spa on manicured grounds. MUST SEE TO APPRECIATE. Call us now! SNUG & COZY IN 96' In this 2 bedroom, 2 bath, 1 car garage w/storage cabinets. Large lot-small price, $81,990. STARTYOURNEWYEAROFFInthlssharp 4 bedroom home priced In the low 90's. Garage, covered patio, fully fenced yard are |ust a few of the extras. Call to see this one & you'll start packing!! 3 CAR GARAGE ... Beautiful 4 bdrm. Riviera re-sale, hardly been lived In, over 2000 s/f of comfort, kitchen w/lsland, nook, tiled counter tops, master suite w/separate shower & oval tub, approx. 76x110 lot size, room for RV, walking distance to park, PRICED FOR A FAST SALE... $142,990. HAPPY HOL IDAYS FROM THE STAFF OF CENTURY 21 JR REALTY. QWUTTSEKVTCE W _^^ toy £ Horizon, Henderson Eyi'Al. HOISINC ^n/l^^M ^y OHpORTl'MTY ^V a S/ I ^^ H'anil ^ lla(k:niarlc uitVnliin, 2i Reiil Kslalc Ciirporalioii Equal Housing Ojiptiniitaty EAni OFFICE INnKreN()F-.STl.Y OWNED AND OPEKATKl) ^ • • • • aaaaaaaaaa a. tjij m HF^ 4 -I' • / out LjarfjLi r^Oiura KE:^' s,v --^naroii ^J\ozar ^ AeJei s (^atwt Jj)haw IKihi Ke ertuiwri 10 \ •< '••, !• \V .> Onkjg^ 21 HENDERSON REALTY To our very valued clients who have patronized Henderson Realty over the years, may we thank you for making 1995 one of our most successful years ever. Your loyalty and recommendations are fully appreciated & acknowledged. So, from our home to yours HAPPY HOLIDAYS and a PI I REAL ESTATE TIME SHARE UNITS AND CAMPGROUND MEMBERSHIPS. DISTRESS SALES-CHEAP! WORLDWIDE SELECTIONS. CALL VACATION NETWORK U.S. AND CANADA 1-800543-6173. FREE RENTAL INFORMATION 305-563-5586. RE6025 4Unest6^,l LAKE VIEW AREA WITH SO MANY AMENITIES. JUST CALL FOR INFORMATION AND DETAILS. LOWEST PRICED CUSTOM IN THE LAKE VIEW AREA!! READY TO MOVE INTO. $219,900 BOULDER DAM REALTY ask for Pat. 293-4663. )..• REAL ESTATE PVH Real Estate Hwy. 160, next to Terrible Herbst, 3 models to choose from, $50 sq. ft., over 200 lots available, 1-702-727-0445. RE10863 REAL ESTATE 3 bdrm., 2 ba., storage rm., laundry rm., 1-1/2 car garage. Mission Hills area on 1 acre lot, no landscaping $800/mo. + dep.NOPETS.CallAlat Jensen's Realty 5643333. HR10604 Tuesday, December 26, 1995 Henderson Home News Page 17 REAL ESTATE MUST SELL DUE TO ILLNESS! Fourplex. int. completely refurbished. $137,950. Small down payment. Terms Avail. 737-6296. Owner/Agent. RE11130 Happy New YeaTj from ^at (Bernstien O^ary ^oard LinetU (Davis ^Huss Qiimon "Kay JQmSerCin Stuart Loive *EC[en Lamb StromStrg iotdder Dam Realty RED MOUNTAIN REALTY RESIDENTIAL MOTIVATED SELLER! 3BRyi.75BA. Well maintained & upgraded home. $ 154,900 TERRIFIC FLOORPLAN 4BR/2BA All new kitchen. New 30 year roof! $166,800 FORMER MODEL home in Lakeview area! Many extras, large back yard, $269,000 GREAT NW L.V. Loc. 3BRy2.5BA.. 2 car gar., wonderful neighborhood w/community park. $108,900 CUSTOM TRI-LEVEL. 4BR/3BA, oversized 2 car garage w/R. V. parking, 2 living rooms. $285,000 PRESTIGIOUS Lake IVIead Estate custom home. 3BR/3BA,3cargarage. $349,000 PALATIAL ESTATE~2 acres, 10,000 sq. f\. under roof, pool & horses, sep. guest hpuse. $2,250,000 CUL-DE-SAC home in Las Vegas. 3BR/2BA., 3 car garage. IVlature landscaping, marble tub. $160,000 HOUSE + Rental Unit. 4+BR in house-2BR/2BA in Rental. Very low maintenance. 5144,000 VIEWS GALORE Beautiful custom home w/skylights, atrium, lakeview, indoor & outdoor spa's. $299,000 CONDO/TOWNHOIVIES EXCELLENT VIEW! Home overlooks Lake Mead. 3BR/4BA +bonus room, den. $219,900 BARELY LIVED IN! Custom home with Lake Mead view. 3BRy3.5BA. + bonus room. $225,000 LUXURY CONDO w/gorgeous view of lake. R. V. gar., skylights, sauna, dual pane windows. $194,900 I LAND I COMMERCIAL LOT in Downtown BC. Whole lot is buildable because city provides parking! $78,000 GREAT COMMERCIAL location in Old Town BoulderCity. OWC. $79.500 I CXJMMERCIAL/LEASE I FOOTHILL COMM. CENTER New bIdg! Office/ Warehouse is approx. 4500 sq. ft. Apartment above for lease also. Office/Ware: $3500 mo/Apt: $500. { CALL (702) 2 9 4-1500 0^ DICK BLAIR REALTY 833 NEVADA HWY., BOULDER CITY (702) 293-2171 iS ... 2*.t-i07S ... W.7WJ ivrriwiKKiiuii'Ai.i. H"4> Bl.lr. Hrohrr. (.'iodj BMIMJ^ Niricj' .Murphj ... kirh^rd liux Vt\.l%X<> I Vti-XtV* v-iin J^J-^iJ Serving Boulder City Since 1S68 ALL OF US AT DICK BLAIR REALTY WISH EACH AND EVERYONE OF YOU THE VERY BEST HOLIDAY SEASON, AND A NEW YEAR FILLED WITH GOOD HEALTH, HAPPINESS, AND PROSPERITY!!! (o^ the Spirit oP L^hridlrnai (ISrina Ujou (joUj Ljooa^J^ecutn ana ^J^app'ureSd, i low ana ^nrouahoul the I lew Ljear from tke ^taff of RC. JUe IQeA REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE Beautiful lake & mtn. views 3 bdrm., 2 bath, 2 car garage, 5 years new $195,000. Owner 293-5959 „„,s Advertise in tlie Hews ic •k • • ••••••*••••••••• SONORA BEAUTY Impeccable 3 bdrm., 1-3/4 bath home, spacious rooms, flreplacd, newer pool & spa and more. $126,900 Call BC Adobe Realty 293-1707 •••••••••••••••• • • • • • • MERRY CHRISTMAS & HAPPY NEW YEAR Your f jvorile choice for all your Real Estate needs since 1985 Residential • Vacant Und • Property Management Knapp Realty 16 W. Pacific Ave.Ste. 11 Henderson, NV 89015 Ph 566-8185 Pg. 474-1560 • • ^""^^^ • ^i^i^n^ •' ThePrudential(^ Jensen's Realty ''•^ Henderson 564-3333 Boulder City 293-3355 Selling Southern Nevada since 1978 PRICF. RF'DUCIil)!! 4(KK) sq. ft. Overtoil DuplexOne unit i.syuur Luke Meud getaway. Sclleranxiuus & looking at all offers ...(^allTom 293-335.5.1128907 MOBILElIOMIi in Sunri.se TrailerEstate.s.l4(X).sq. ft., 2 Bd.. 2 Da., M)xl(X) lot. This is in excellent condition. Call C'orrine or Jim. 564-3333. 1133964 This4 Bd., 1 3/4 Ba. home ha.s fresh paint job. inside & out, new carpet, 3 Bdrms., completely renovated. Anxious to sell. Call .Jack or liva, 564-3333. H43016 A Real Las Vegas Jewel—4 Bd., 1 3/4 Ba., 1860sq. ft. Casablanca fans thruout., Ig. kitchen w/bar open to family nn. Gated coirun., pool. Call Jack or Bva, 564-3333. H43019 Beautiful 2 bdrm. Mobile Home w/addilion in 55-f park. Owner cunrcnUy moving out of Slate. Bring any & all offers. Call Sieve, 564-3333.1141506 Comfortable, well kept Ranch-Type home, zoned for horses, 3 Bd., 2 Ba 2330 .sq. ft., built-in BBQ. fully fenced, rock fireplace. Call 564-3333. II34555 5 Bd., 3 1/2 Ba.. 6400 sq. ft. Home—Cradled in spectacular settings w/unohstructed view of Lake Mead & Mins. I las 40x50 entertainment room w/wet bar. Call Luke, 293-33.55, HWr47 S132,5(Kr487JoplinCr,LV, Lot 46x196.2116sq. ft., 3 Bd., 2 1/2 Ba. Working area 20x22, storage 10x50, RV/Boal up to 40'. Must see. Call Manuel. 564-3333.1137370 THIS HOMli has great view of Lake & Mtns. 2750 sq. fl., parquet fl(H>r, covered patio, lap pool, RV/ Boat parking. Must Sec!! Call Luke, 293-3355. H34()94 NICE I lOME in Highland Hills. Tastefully decorated Wood blinds & duet shades, manicured land.scaping, 4bd., 2.5 ba, 2167 .sf. Call Now! .564-3333. H35852 VIEWRanch Estates /Vrea 1/2 ac, 4 Bd., 2 Ba. home, 2 gas IVP, jel tub & walk-in closet in Mstr. Intercom thru-oul. MUST SF.E! Call Jim 564-3333. 1140201 There's a quality that sets us apart ^ EQUAL EACH OtfKt B MOUSING INOCrCNDENTLV OWNED oproiTUNrrv AMO ortKATto VEHICLES Used auto parts foreign & domestic Big John and I Sons, 1631 Foothill Dr., I 293-PART. VElina 1983 Chevy K-5 Blazer. I Fully loaded. P/S, P/B, i ji'V-A/C, 4x4, custom paint, matching interior, $5000 in stereo equip., limo tint, viper alarm. A must see. Asking $8,500 OBO. 294-0164. ask for Jesse. VE11111 See Radiator Master Located Inside Emission Express, 1400 NV Hwy, 293-RAD1. VE11114 VEHICLES '86 MAZDA SE5/B2000 Longbed Pickup-am/fm radio, 5 speed, low mileage, 4 cylinder engine. $2500. Call AUTO SPECIALISTS, INC. 750 JUNIPER WAY, BC, 2934776. VEl 0779 •85 PONTIAC FIREBIRD-2 door, anr/fm radio, 5 speed, fuel injected, V6, new engine. $2800. Call AUTO SPECIALISTS, INC. 750 JUNIPER WAY, BC. 2934776. VEl 1112 1986 OLDS ROYAL BROUGHAM 4 dr. V6 full power excellent $2,450, 0311293-6545. VE10823 '80 CADILLAC BURHAM: FLEETWOOD Excel. | cond. in/out, vinyl top,; leather seats, full power, new tires. $1400. CalL 566-3241. VEl 1077 '83 HONDA ACCORD 4cyl., newset/Kellytires. mns good, $1900. John 733-0686. VE11055 I '95 FORD MUSTANG Loaded, CD player, 7yr./ 70,000 mi. warranty. $17,000. Beeper 6966944. VEl 1053 •84 HONDA ACCORD LX 4 dr., auto, high mileage but runs great. $2500. 293-3228. VEl 1090 '84 VW Rabbitt Convertible white 5 speed w/AC cruise control tape deck, runs great $2900 OBO Msg. 892-6330. VE11095 TIRED OF TRYING TO SELL YOUR CAR? Don't want strangers coming to your house? WE PAY CASH FOR CLEAN CARS & TRUCKS! BOULDER CITY MOTORS 1112 Nevada Hwy. Bouhter City, NV. 293-2000 ^ • W# fc#WW VE1,031 REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE Bft 66LF ddURSE 4 bedrooms bonus room, 3 baths, 3 car garage. Pool and spa. Just reduced to $335,000. Call Joan Curran, B.C., ADOBE REALTY. 293-1707. Lake View Custom Fabulous new Mead View Estates Custom 4 bed' room 3 baths. Open Floor Plan 2800 + sq. ft. 3 Fireplaces, Ooiseous Master suite. French wooden doors. Comer of Stone Canyon Rd & Villa Grande Way. Beautiful Custom Tile. Reduced to S425,000. Toucan Trails Beautiful Light &. Airy Home in Boulder City. 3 Car Garage, Just 6 mo. New. Fully landscaped. Tile Roof Plus Upgrades Throughout. S190,900 Income Property 2 Bedroom House & 2 Studio Units S129.000 OBO ANCHOR REALTY / *^-" 293-6014 & ASSOCIATES 'LOCATIONI LOCATIONI COMMERCIAL BUILDING LOT ON ARIZONA STREET $75,000. •INCOME PROPERTYI B.C. DUPLEX. HENDERSON 2 HOUSES FOR THE PRICE OF ONE. *CUTE AS A BUTTON: 631 AVE C, TAKE A LOOK 2BED. CENTRAL A/C,ALL£YACCESS.$104,000. •OLD TOWN HOUSE ON ASH STREET. HARDWOOD FLOORS, FIREPLACE, GARAGE $126,000. •LAKE VIEWSI YOU BETI 869 ROBINSON UNE CORNER LOT, 3 BED, 2 BATH, TILE ROOF, PELLA WINDOWS, FINISHED GARAGE. ONLY $225,000. •RENTALS ALL AREAS B.C7HENDERS0N. RV GARAGE FOR RENT 40x40 W/BATH. $395 MO. •BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY! COMMERCIAL INVESTMENT! COMMERCIAL W/LIVING QUARTERS! MOTORCYCLES 1993 VIRAGO 1100CC. low mileage, garage kept, see at Bikers Dream, 2425 Boulder Hwy. at Dl. Call 7311310. MCI 0475 CA side car & lit go-go trailer $1500, 293-2214. BOATS & RVs '93 WILDERNESS 5th WHEEL 29', nonsmoker, 8' slide out, central air & heat, queen bed, A & E Awning, very clean, blue booK $13,800, after holidays 222-7400. BR10707 16 ft. Tri-Hull fishing-ski boat, 80 HP, Merc 0/B, 2 axle trir., all new canvas and interior $3,500. Call 293-5959. BR10913 1990 Searay 22-ft. Cuddy Cabin, 7.4L I/O, 100 hrs.; Trim tabs. Full covers, excellent cond. $18,900. Call293-7441. BR10749 Available at Lake Mead Marina, artist to paint names and stripes on boats. Monthly boat maintenance and detailing. Also window tinting. Call Mara 493-9710 or 293-6104. BR10750 VEHICLES •94 SATURN-4 dr., SL2, auto, ps, pdl, keyless entry & alarm, ac, excellent condition, super mileage. Asking price reducedtoSi 1,500. Call 293-1898. VEl 0487 1987 Plymouth Turismo, 65,000 original miles, AC & heat, AM/FM stereo, 5 speed, hatchback, already smogged, $1095 OBO. Call 434-9827. VEl0777 67 Skylark great shape, low miles, must see to appreciate, 294-1213. VEl0735 75 Chevy prckup truck, new engine, new paint, $2000 294-1213. VEl0734 •71 FORD VAN Runs good. $500. Call 293?773. VEl 1065 TRACTORS Landscaping, 2 & 4 wheel drive Diesel tractors & Implements 1680 Boulder Hwy. BC (702) 293-0672 BOATS & RVs 78 ITASCA MOTORHOME Fully self-contained, sleeps 6/8. Asking $5000 obo. Call 2940194. BR11080 73 12 ft. Zodiac Mark II compact inflatable boat. Mercury 20 HP motor, with boat trailer, in great shape with extras included $2250 firm. Evenings 293-5880. BR11089 TRAILERS RENT OR SALE Park Models good for 1 or 2 people. Rents start $375/up. Sales start $1500/up. Ask for Jeannette/Mario 294-8888 VEHICLES Advertise in the NEWS BIG JOHN'S TOWIIMG < Light and Heavy duty towing, recovery specialists. (702) 294-HELP 1586 Foothill Dr. B.C. WE BUY CARS & TRUCKS Paid FOR or NOT Warthen Buick 3025 E. Sahara 12 Minutes from Henderson J57-0353 Advertise in the News CORVETTE INDY PACE CAR No Miles on M.S.O. CM |Av Lee DcNMiro ^^ S70-9444 444 DectMT ihfd. UVe9e mmw/d VEHICLES VEHICLES VEHICLES VEHICLES 1 VEHICLES laiBiiT nOBLENS? Let the largest Hyundai dealer west of the Mississippi put you in a brand new Hyundai for less than the average used car why buy a ''high mileage'' used car you can't afford to keep running? If youVe had credit problems let us show you how you can own a brand new car! WE ARE THE ONLY HYUNDAI DEALER IN THE UNITED STATES THAT INCLUDES: 2 YEARS OR 24,000 MILES FREE MAINTENANCE YOU ONLY BUY THE GAS! YOU CAN BUY ANY NEW CAR IN OUR INVENTORY H95 00 DOWN OAC See Dan Gonzalez, Special Finance Dept BEN STEPHA HYUNDAI 460 NO. BOULDER HWY. 565-1500 "//V HENDERSON OF COURSE

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mm Pag 16 Handerson Home News Tuesday, December 26,1995 REAL ESTATE BC ESTATE SALE -3 bediJ2 bath, cul-de-sac Home with garage. $115,000. BRET 2948482, Desert Sun Realty. RE10886 BC BEAUTYI 3,200 sq. ft. home on 1/2 acre view lot ONLY $289k. BRET 294-8482. Desert Sun Realty. RE10885 You CAN own your own home! No downpayment on Miles materials, attractive construction financing. Call Miles Homes today, 1-800343-2884 ext. 1. RE10408 Prestigious Lakeview custom home, 3 Ig. bd., oversized park-like lot. Priced at $224,900. Call me today 283-4422. Karen Reyes, Americana Realtors. RE10632 REAL ESTATE 3BD.. 2BA., 1725 SF, on quiet private street, $163.500/offer. 3911644. RE11047 BC CUSTOM BY OWNER-3 large bdrms., 2ba., 1700sf,2cargar., fireplace, custom wood cabinets, block wall enclosed, 70'X 120', nteely landscaped lot. Beautiful Home for $159,900. Call 293-5520. RE10970 REAL ESTATE CUSTOM HOME-adj. to Golf Course. 4 br., 1-3/4 ba., pool. $195,000. Call 293-4399. RE10453 Motivated owner offering this cute 3 bdrm., 1-3/4 bath on large lot. New carpet and freshly painted. 779 Christina • $133,000. Call Mary 2934663, Boulder Dam Realty (Owner licensee). RE REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE When you're thinking of buying or selling a home, you'll want the transaction to proceed swiftly and efficiently. Thai's why you should look for a real estate professional with special expertise in listing, selling, investment and taxes. Someone with a proven record of experience Someone you can trust. That someone is a Certified Residential Specialist (CRS). your best choice in real estate. ^am^ Call Dave Berard [^Mti ) Re/Max Eagle's View When YBUWM THIS 1& Broker/G.R.I. CRS (702)566-6700 "JJ^ "EAGLE ^SS^M^ CREST AREA" bath, great family home, 1370 SF $113,500. Call RE/ MAX Eagle's View and ask for Dave 566-6700 EOlOO THIS HOME IS A TRUE VALUE FOR THE RIGHT PERSON. THIS HOME IS PRICED BELOW MARKETVALUE FOR A QUICK SALE-4 br, 2 ba.. POOL/SPA!! 1860 sf, One level home. Callfor details. BOULDER DAM REALTY ask for Pat. 293-4663. •.,. DO YOU NEED A HOME IN CLEAN, GREEN Boulder City! 4 br., 2 ba. New roof, new central heat/air, new windows Terrific location $121,500This won't last! BOULDER DAM REALTY ask for Pat. 293-4663. RE 10713 Ced^jr Cify Southern Utah 160 Acres, Breathtaking Vic>8, Backs to BLM. • Homes torn $60,000 • DdKCofteStepS79,900 • 5 BedtoomBrick Home Only $92^00. • Land, Land Phis More.. Call Mar>ny 294-0870 orS0041-2771 ERA R—lty Cnfr BOULDER CITY -SUPER BUY 2 bedroom, 1 bath, 1000 sf, alum, siding, central air and heat. NEW PAINT, NEW CARPET. Tongue & Grove Hardwood floors. Lovely home and won't last at $94,500. Call Darwin or Ginger at DARWIN BIBLE REALTY 293-3996 RE1M25 FOR ALL YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDS., Call Henderson's #1 Real Estate Team BRENDA BIRD GRI, CRS Lifetime Henderson Resident 564-1127 WENDY WILLIAMS 378-1689 Ovcr$IOO,()(X).OOOinSales 27 years combined Real Estate experience! "The DYNAMIC DUO Sells Homes!" Ameiicana ft[£^/;Te Group .... lTiWH9^3^ tk.^ Judy Henkens SUPER HOME at S56 Reliance Drive 1380 SF • 3 Bdrms. 2 Full Bathe 2 yrs. young 7.230 SF lot. Great Location for S119.S00 FOR LEASE 698 Racetrack New 2 Bdrm 2 Bath Condo Gated Comm. Great Views & BeautltuI too! S750 Month. "Just call JUDY" 497-1553 aHOUP REALTY & PROPERTY MANAGEMENT ra^ Eagle's View .(^ 17C2) S6e-i70C SmitA' & SttiitA109 "WaUi St Um*(702)S6S-970r .iiu* 1702) S6t-6700 Smai&SmOtl AIM. 1^uUe4U^ Succ f959l! W^^^ (=^ CALLCOLDWELLBANKER COLDWELL BANKER ANCHOR REALTY rn|> 501 Nevada Hwy., Boulder City •1 293-5757 FREE! LIST OF ALL HOMES FOR SALE IN B.C. HOMES REDUCED! Fantastic price on this custom, 3 bd., 2-1/2 ba., 4 car garage, new custom. NOW $305,000! CUSTOM 4 bd., 3 ba., family rm. w/wet bar & room for pool table, 3 car garage, pool, lake view! $410,000. TRI-LEVEL 4 bd., 3 ba., bonus game rm. or in-law qtrs., oversized garage, RV parking, lake view. $269,500. BEST BUY IN B.C. Needs some TLC but the price is right! $86,900. for this 3 bdrm., 1 bath, fenced yd. LAKE MEAD VIEW 3 bdrm., 3-1/2 ba., den, fam. rm., custom window A carpeting. Reduced to $399,000. LARGE 3 BDRM., 2 ba., 2 car garage plus heated/cooled hobby rm., covered patio, freshly painted. $175,000. MANUFACTURED HOMES REDUCED TO $215,000. Corner lot w/lake view. 2 bd., oversized 2 car garage & carport. Immaculate home ready for occupant. THIS ONE'S A SLEEPER! 2 bd., 2 ba., fam. rm. with wet bar, f/p in living rm., 1966 s.f. for $135,0001 LAKE VIEW • large lot in cul-de-sac, lots of RV parking, 2 bdrm., 2 ba., storage sheds & more! $155,000. REDUCED Seller anxious, needs a little TLC and carpeting. Lake view possible from back of k>t. $113,500. MOBILES IN PARKS LIKE NEW 14x68, 2 bdrm., 2 ba., new carpet, vinyl, curtains, covered porch, storage bklg. Seller may carry OAC! $25,000. LARGE LOT Desert view from covered porch, 2 bdrm., 2 ba., all appliances, storage bidg., carport. 1992 Silvercrest. $60,000. GREAT WEEKENDER OR RETIREE 2 bdrm., 1 ba., 2 car carport, central air A haat. $17,000. GINGERWOOD DOUBLE WIDE! 2 bd.. 2 ba.. new carpet, window coverings, caramic tile counters and fk>or in kitchen, also mat bath, $45,000. ^ eiMO Ce W—I Ba>*ef O eeennll AMI EaM. An E41M' Oppotunir Ccmpany. Equal Housing OpponuMty Sone OWiee n i d peii il iiW|i Omnmi and O pi r ale d WHY RENT, WHEN YOU CAN BUY FOR AS LITTLE AS $750.00 TOTAL You and your family CAN realizp Iht AMERICAN DREAM of horn* ownarahlp. THE MORTGAGE SHOPPE in • • •oclation wHh THE CITY OF HENDERSON hava programa available to txjy i homa for at IlitIa aa $7S0.0O total to BUYII HUD Rapo's, VA Convsnilonal. Wa ilso offsr raflnsriM and 100% 2nd'a. No appralaal or aqulty. AL ARROYO, MANAGER taJ THE MORTGAGE $HOPPE 26-A Water St. Henderson OFFICE: 566-5615 PGR: 389-2666 A PERFECT 10! 3 bedroom, 2 bath home w/Inground spa & appx., 1288 SF of living space. Large lot w/room for RV parking. Custom kitchen cabinets, upgraded carpet, fans, custom shutters... |U8t to mention a few upgrades. Call for more details. Only $116,500. DETACHED GUEST HOUSE W/1 CAR garage...Updated custom home In quiet location zoned for horses! 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths, 2 car finished garage. Inground poof & spa on manicured grounds. MUST SEE TO APPRECIATE. Call us now! SNUG & COZY IN 96' In this 2 bedroom, 2 bath, 1 car garage w/storage cabinets. Large lot-small price, $81,990. STARTYOURNEWYEAROFFInthlssharp 4 bedroom home priced In the low 90's. Garage, covered patio, fully fenced yard are |ust a few of the extras. Call to see this one & you'll start packing!! 3 CAR GARAGE ... Beautiful 4 bdrm. Riviera re-sale, hardly been lived In, over 2000 s/f of comfort, kitchen w/lsland, nook, tiled counter tops, master suite w/separate shower & oval tub, approx. 76x110 lot size, room for RV, walking distance to park, PRICED FOR A FAST SALE... $142,990. HAPPY HOL IDAYS FROM THE STAFF OF CENTURY 21 JR REALTY. QWUTTSEKVTCE W _^^ toy £ Horizon, Henderson Eyi'Al. HOISINC ^n/l^^M ^y OHpORTl'MTY ^V a S/ I ^^ H'anil ^ lla(k:niarlc uitVnliin, 2i Reiil Kslalc Ciirporalioii Equal Housing Ojiptiniitaty EAni OFFICE INnKreN()F-.STl.Y OWNED AND OPEKATKl) ^ • • • • aaaaaaaaaa a. tjij m HF^ 4 -I' • / out LjarfjLi r^Oiura KE:^' s,v --^naroii ^J\ozar ^ AeJei s (^atwt Jj)haw IKihi Ke ertuiwri 10 \ •< '••, !• \V .> Onkjg^ 21 HENDERSON REALTY To our very valued clients who have patronized Henderson Realty over the years, may we thank you for making 1995 one of our most successful years ever. Your loyalty and recommendations are fully appreciated & acknowledged. So, from our home to yours HAPPY HOLIDAYS and a PI I REAL ESTATE TIME SHARE UNITS AND CAMPGROUND MEMBERSHIPS. DISTRESS SALES-CHEAP! WORLDWIDE SELECTIONS. CALL VACATION NETWORK U.S. AND CANADA 1-800543-6173. FREE RENTAL INFORMATION 305-563-5586. RE6025 4Unest6^,l LAKE VIEW AREA WITH SO MANY AMENITIES. JUST CALL FOR INFORMATION AND DETAILS. LOWEST PRICED CUSTOM IN THE LAKE VIEW AREA!! READY TO MOVE INTO. $219,900 BOULDER DAM REALTY ask for Pat. 293-4663. )..• REAL ESTATE PVH Real Estate Hwy. 160, next to Terrible Herbst, 3 models to choose from, $50 sq. ft., over 200 lots available, 1-702-727-0445. RE10863 REAL ESTATE 3 bdrm., 2 ba., storage rm., laundry rm., 1-1/2 car garage. Mission Hills area on 1 acre lot, no landscaping $800/mo. + dep.NOPETS.CallAlat Jensen's Realty 5643333. HR10604 Tuesday, December 26, 1995 Henderson Home News Page 17 REAL ESTATE MUST SELL DUE TO ILLNESS! Fourplex. int. completely refurbished. $137,950. Small down payment. Terms Avail. 737-6296. Owner/Agent. RE11130 Happy New YeaTj from ^at (Bernstien O^ary ^oard LinetU (Davis ^Huss Qiimon "Kay JQmSerCin Stuart Loive *EC[en Lamb StromStrg iotdder Dam Realty RED MOUNTAIN REALTY RESIDENTIAL MOTIVATED SELLER! 3BRyi.75BA. Well maintained & upgraded home. $ 154,900 TERRIFIC FLOORPLAN 4BR/2BA All new kitchen. New 30 year roof! $166,800 FORMER MODEL home in Lakeview area! Many extras, large back yard, $269,000 GREAT NW L.V. Loc. 3BRy2.5BA.. 2 car gar., wonderful neighborhood w/community park. $108,900 CUSTOM TRI-LEVEL. 4BR/3BA, oversized 2 car garage w/R. V. parking, 2 living rooms. $285,000 PRESTIGIOUS Lake IVIead Estate custom home. 3BR/3BA,3cargarage. $349,000 PALATIAL ESTATE~2 acres, 10,000 sq. f\. under roof, pool & horses, sep. guest hpuse. $2,250,000 CUL-DE-SAC home in Las Vegas. 3BR/2BA., 3 car garage. IVlature landscaping, marble tub. $160,000 HOUSE + Rental Unit. 4+BR in house-2BR/2BA in Rental. Very low maintenance. 5144,000 VIEWS GALORE Beautiful custom home w/skylights, atrium, lakeview, indoor & outdoor spa's. $299,000 CONDO/TOWNHOIVIES EXCELLENT VIEW! Home overlooks Lake Mead. 3BR/4BA +bonus room, den. $219,900 BARELY LIVED IN! Custom home with Lake Mead view. 3BRy3.5BA. + bonus room. $225,000 LUXURY CONDO w/gorgeous view of lake. R. V. gar., skylights, sauna, dual pane windows. $194,900 I LAND I COMMERCIAL LOT in Downtown BC. Whole lot is buildable because city provides parking! $78,000 GREAT COMMERCIAL location in Old Town BoulderCity. OWC. $79.500 I CXJMMERCIAL/LEASE I FOOTHILL COMM. CENTER New bIdg! Office/ Warehouse is approx. 4500 sq. ft. Apartment above for lease also. Office/Ware: $3500 mo/Apt: $500. { CALL (702) 2 9 4-1500 0^ DICK BLAIR REALTY 833 NEVADA HWY., BOULDER CITY (702) 293-2171 iS ... 2*.t-i07S ... W.7WJ ivrriwiKKiiuii'Ai.i. H"4> Bl.lr. Hrohrr. (.'iodj BMIMJ^ Niricj' .Murphj ... kirh^rd liux Vt\.l%X<> I Vti-XtV* v-iin J^J-^iJ Serving Boulder City Since 1S68 ALL OF US AT DICK BLAIR REALTY WISH EACH AND EVERYONE OF YOU THE VERY BEST HOLIDAY SEASON, AND A NEW YEAR FILLED WITH GOOD HEALTH, HAPPINESS, AND PROSPERITY!!! (o^ the Spirit oP L^hridlrnai (ISrina Ujou (joUj Ljooa^J^ecutn ana ^J^app'ureSd, i low ana ^nrouahoul the I lew Ljear from tke ^taff of RC. JUe IQeA REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE Beautiful lake & mtn. views 3 bdrm., 2 bath, 2 car garage, 5 years new $195,000. Owner 293-5959 „„,s Advertise in tlie Hews ic •k • • ••••••*••••••••• SONORA BEAUTY Impeccable 3 bdrm., 1-3/4 bath home, spacious rooms, flreplacd, newer pool & spa and more. $126,900 Call BC Adobe Realty 293-1707 •••••••••••••••• • • • • • • MERRY CHRISTMAS & HAPPY NEW YEAR Your f jvorile choice for all your Real Estate needs since 1985 Residential • Vacant Und • Property Management Knapp Realty 16 W. Pacific Ave.Ste. 11 Henderson, NV 89015 Ph 566-8185 Pg. 474-1560 • • ^""^^^ • ^i^i^n^ •' ThePrudential(^ Jensen's Realty ''•^ Henderson 564-3333 Boulder City 293-3355 Selling Southern Nevada since 1978 PRICF. RF'DUCIil)!! 4(KK) sq. ft. Overtoil DuplexOne unit i.syuur Luke Meud getaway. Sclleranxiuus & looking at all offers ...(^allTom 293-335.5.1128907 MOBILElIOMIi in Sunri.se TrailerEstate.s.l4(X).sq. ft., 2 Bd.. 2 Da., M)xl(X) lot. This is in excellent condition. Call C'orrine or Jim. 564-3333. 1133964 This4 Bd., 1 3/4 Ba. home ha.s fresh paint job. inside & out, new carpet, 3 Bdrms., completely renovated. Anxious to sell. Call .Jack or liva, 564-3333. H43016 A Real Las Vegas Jewel—4 Bd., 1 3/4 Ba., 1860sq. ft. Casablanca fans thruout., Ig. kitchen w/bar open to family nn. Gated coirun., pool. Call Jack or Bva, 564-3333. H43019 Beautiful 2 bdrm. Mobile Home w/addilion in 55-f park. Owner cunrcnUy moving out of Slate. Bring any & all offers. Call Sieve, 564-3333.1141506 Comfortable, well kept Ranch-Type home, zoned for horses, 3 Bd., 2 Ba 2330 .sq. ft., built-in BBQ. fully fenced, rock fireplace. Call 564-3333. II34555 5 Bd., 3 1/2 Ba.. 6400 sq. ft. Home—Cradled in spectacular settings w/unohstructed view of Lake Mead & Mins. I las 40x50 entertainment room w/wet bar. Call Luke, 293-33.55, HWr47 S132,5(Kr487JoplinCr,LV, Lot 46x196.2116sq. ft., 3 Bd., 2 1/2 Ba. Working area 20x22, storage 10x50, RV/Boal up to 40'. Must see. Call Manuel. 564-3333.1137370 THIS HOMli has great view of Lake & Mtns. 2750 sq. fl., parquet fl(H>r, covered patio, lap pool, RV/ Boat parking. Must Sec!! Call Luke, 293-3355. H34()94 NICE I lOME in Highland Hills. Tastefully decorated Wood blinds & duet shades, manicured land.scaping, 4bd., 2.5 ba, 2167 .sf. Call Now! .564-3333. H35852 VIEWRanch Estates /Vrea 1/2 ac, 4 Bd., 2 Ba. home, 2 gas IVP, jel tub & walk-in closet in Mstr. Intercom thru-oul. MUST SF.E! Call Jim 564-3333. 1140201 There's a quality that sets us apart ^ EQUAL EACH OtfKt B MOUSING INOCrCNDENTLV OWNED oproiTUNrrv AMO ortKATto VEHICLES Used auto parts foreign & domestic Big John and I Sons, 1631 Foothill Dr., I 293-PART. VElina 1983 Chevy K-5 Blazer. I Fully loaded. P/S, P/B, i ji'V-A/C, 4x4, custom paint, matching interior, $5000 in stereo equip., limo tint, viper alarm. A must see. Asking $8,500 OBO. 294-0164. ask for Jesse. VE11111 See Radiator Master Located Inside Emission Express, 1400 NV Hwy, 293-RAD1. VE11114 VEHICLES '86 MAZDA SE5/B2000 Longbed Pickup-am/fm radio, 5 speed, low mileage, 4 cylinder engine. $2500. Call AUTO SPECIALISTS, INC. 750 JUNIPER WAY, BC, 2934776. VEl 0779 •85 PONTIAC FIREBIRD-2 door, anr/fm radio, 5 speed, fuel injected, V6, new engine. $2800. Call AUTO SPECIALISTS, INC. 750 JUNIPER WAY, BC. 2934776. VEl 1112 1986 OLDS ROYAL BROUGHAM 4 dr. V6 full power excellent $2,450, 0311293-6545. VE10823 '80 CADILLAC BURHAM: FLEETWOOD Excel. | cond. in/out, vinyl top,; leather seats, full power, new tires. $1400. CalL 566-3241. VEl 1077 '83 HONDA ACCORD 4cyl., newset/Kellytires. mns good, $1900. John 733-0686. VE11055 I '95 FORD MUSTANG Loaded, CD player, 7yr./ 70,000 mi. warranty. $17,000. Beeper 6966944. VEl 1053 •84 HONDA ACCORD LX 4 dr., auto, high mileage but runs great. $2500. 293-3228. VEl 1090 '84 VW Rabbitt Convertible white 5 speed w/AC cruise control tape deck, runs great $2900 OBO Msg. 892-6330. VE11095 TIRED OF TRYING TO SELL YOUR CAR? Don't want strangers coming to your house? WE PAY CASH FOR CLEAN CARS & TRUCKS! BOULDER CITY MOTORS 1112 Nevada Hwy. Bouhter City, NV. 293-2000 ^ • W# fc#WW VE1,031 REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE Bft 66LF ddURSE 4 bedrooms bonus room, 3 baths, 3 car garage. Pool and spa. Just reduced to $335,000. Call Joan Curran, B.C., ADOBE REALTY. 293-1707. Lake View Custom Fabulous new Mead View Estates Custom 4 bed' room 3 baths. Open Floor Plan 2800 + sq. ft. 3 Fireplaces, Ooiseous Master suite. French wooden doors. Comer of Stone Canyon Rd & Villa Grande Way. Beautiful Custom Tile. Reduced to S425,000. Toucan Trails Beautiful Light &. Airy Home in Boulder City. 3 Car Garage, Just 6 mo. New. Fully landscaped. Tile Roof Plus Upgrades Throughout. S190,900 Income Property 2 Bedroom House & 2 Studio Units S129.000 OBO ANCHOR REALTY / *^-" 293-6014 & ASSOCIATES 'LOCATIONI LOCATIONI COMMERCIAL BUILDING LOT ON ARIZONA STREET $75,000. •INCOME PROPERTYI B.C. DUPLEX. HENDERSON 2 HOUSES FOR THE PRICE OF ONE. *CUTE AS A BUTTON: 631 AVE C, TAKE A LOOK 2BED. CENTRAL A/C,ALL£YACCESS.$104,000. •OLD TOWN HOUSE ON ASH STREET. HARDWOOD FLOORS, FIREPLACE, GARAGE $126,000. •LAKE VIEWSI YOU BETI 869 ROBINSON UNE CORNER LOT, 3 BED, 2 BATH, TILE ROOF, PELLA WINDOWS, FINISHED GARAGE. ONLY $225,000. •RENTALS ALL AREAS B.C7HENDERS0N. RV GARAGE FOR RENT 40x40 W/BATH. $395 MO. •BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY! COMMERCIAL INVESTMENT! COMMERCIAL W/LIVING QUARTERS! MOTORCYCLES 1993 VIRAGO 1100CC. low mileage, garage kept, see at Bikers Dream, 2425 Boulder Hwy. at Dl. Call 7311310. MCI 0475 CA side car & lit go-go trailer $1500, 293-2214. BOATS & RVs '93 WILDERNESS 5th WHEEL 29', nonsmoker, 8' slide out, central air & heat, queen bed, A & E Awning, very clean, blue booK $13,800, after holidays 222-7400. BR10707 16 ft. Tri-Hull fishing-ski boat, 80 HP, Merc 0/B, 2 axle trir., all new canvas and interior $3,500. Call 293-5959. BR10913 1990 Searay 22-ft. Cuddy Cabin, 7.4L I/O, 100 hrs.; Trim tabs. Full covers, excellent cond. $18,900. Call293-7441. BR10749 Available at Lake Mead Marina, artist to paint names and stripes on boats. Monthly boat maintenance and detailing. Also window tinting. Call Mara 493-9710 or 293-6104. BR10750 VEHICLES •94 SATURN-4 dr., SL2, auto, ps, pdl, keyless entry & alarm, ac, excellent condition, super mileage. Asking price reducedtoSi 1,500. Call 293-1898. VEl 0487 1987 Plymouth Turismo, 65,000 original miles, AC & heat, AM/FM stereo, 5 speed, hatchback, already smogged, $1095 OBO. Call 434-9827. VEl0777 67 Skylark great shape, low miles, must see to appreciate, 294-1213. VEl0735 75 Chevy prckup truck, new engine, new paint, $2000 294-1213. VEl0734 •71 FORD VAN Runs good. $500. Call 293?773. VEl 1065 TRACTORS Landscaping, 2 & 4 wheel drive Diesel tractors & Implements 1680 Boulder Hwy. BC (702) 293-0672 BOATS & RVs 78 ITASCA MOTORHOME Fully self-contained, sleeps 6/8. Asking $5000 obo. Call 2940194. BR11080 73 12 ft. Zodiac Mark II compact inflatable boat. Mercury 20 HP motor, with boat trailer, in great shape with extras included $2250 firm. Evenings 293-5880. BR11089 TRAILERS RENT OR SALE Park Models good for 1 or 2 people. Rents start $375/up. Sales start $1500/up. Ask for Jeannette/Mario 294-8888 VEHICLES Advertise in the NEWS BIG JOHN'S TOWIIMG < Light and Heavy duty towing, recovery specialists. (702) 294-HELP 1586 Foothill Dr. B.C. WE BUY CARS & TRUCKS Paid FOR or NOT Warthen Buick 3025 E. Sahara 12 Minutes from Henderson J57-0353 Advertise in the News CORVETTE INDY PACE CAR No Miles on M.S.O. CM |Av Lee DcNMiro ^^ S70-9444 444 DectMT ihfd. UVe9e mmw/d VEHICLES VEHICLES VEHICLES VEHICLES 1 VEHICLES laiBiiT nOBLENS? Let the largest Hyundai dealer west of the Mississippi put you in a brand new Hyundai for less than the average used car why buy a ''high mileage'' used car you can't afford to keep running? If youVe had credit problems let us show you how you can own a brand new car! WE ARE THE ONLY HYUNDAI DEALER IN THE UNITED STATES THAT INCLUDES: 2 YEARS OR 24,000 MILES FREE MAINTENANCE YOU ONLY BUY THE GAS! YOU CAN BUY ANY NEW CAR IN OUR INVENTORY H95 00 DOWN OAC See Dan Gonzalez, Special Finance Dept BEN STEPHA HYUNDAI 460 NO. BOULDER HWY. 565-1500 "//V HENDERSON OF COURSE

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F^W^i^^W m^m wm Page 18 Henderson Home News Tuesday, December 26,1995 "^r-r-r-^mffiii' V t V. '^ /^; PAYMENT MAnc „im^x ''WJaniWilf jSi)ntwias4Cj(ti lHu (O) ^;^5^j NOV\l THRU SCUTTIMGAl NEW GtAC'S f NEVADA'S BEST SELEGON OF CUSTOM CONVERSION VANS, SUBURBANS, & PICKUP TRUCKS! SEE AND DRIVE \"^VrrMJ' \w\ ^ f^W =vir! .-. (St NEW SKIttAVI startina as low as: ^ ALL 9S'S MUST GO! ^l-2''**> NEW 199 1 And"Feel The power 'ofA5.7LV8Vortec LT With 255 HP& 330lbFtOfToroo fE ARE 1HE ONLY DEALERSili KEEP YOUR CAR OR TRUCK RUNNING LIKE NEW WITH OUR PARTS & SERVICE SPECIALS! lUase Per ^^IMRYMFOR OK BEST DEALS! (j:|sSri.r1S^^ CUBED CAUIillM Ail / iStf^p^^^ i TOWN WIIH NJLDJU CERIIFIED SALESPERSOlBl & SI REPOWER With GoodWrench Engines And Transmissions! TOUR OUR lyiEWEST STATE-OF-THE-ART FAQUTY FEATURING: B 6 Acres of vehicles on display n Full service deli for your convenience & & n Observation area for service department Ri Air Conditioned service facility R8 FREE carwash with all service work n Customer Business Center Use our phone, tax or copier, while you wait 14'^ OIL CHANGE % 29 MINUTES iNE IS FREE! .HmgMiil: Plus Tax. (Engine 10067353, Transmission 86739S9) Coupon I mustbepresntedwf)enorderi8wriRen.Exp. 12/31/95 Ei Courtesy rental cars on premises (See us tor details) Plus tax, for GM cars & light trucks only. See 9 us for details. Expirss (9 s 12/31/95 ; 3 YEAR/50,000 Mll£ WARRANTT • nyUMUdA Asl-OwAs: A'ie'M-JfhH> I I I inUISillll$SIIM^ Wy E S lllJIffl llilifflf^^ ONLY >NLY [IJHlfp 2nd CHANCE HNANCINC (702) 558-3300vfi''<^'JirE£i>i SERVICE OPEN SATURDAY LEASE HOTUNE: 702 558-3300 Ask For Ken F. ^1 I & i7:^\ LOADED 1995 BUICKI 'ML> Low r> t Blowout Prices On All Retnaining Pre-Owned 1994 & 1995 K-BJazei^, S-Seiies Blazers & TahoesI \i • All Under Factory Warranlyl • As Low As 6000 Miiesi • None More Than: ^3,490 IHEVlASn DUALLY CAIVIRY ACCORD SIERRA ALTIMA EXPLORER 4X4 EXT. CAB K-BLAZER 4X4 DIESEL PICKUPS LE SERIES M w ?500 44 DUALLY 4DR. SEDAN 4x4 Sport tAH tAI. VJMI l\ BIXM-tR tnt 13650 SAVE .'I3990.'l6.8son6990 ^23990 330 N. CIN THE VALLEY 4;;^;;;5^;s5;s:iSS5?s^S?!SS^^ mmm -II HENDERSON 'K. T lA-/ r Y Tax assessment rolls published in special section Thursday, December 28, 1995 ONE MAN'S VIEW MIKE OCALLAGHAN "Nixon" is a long movie that could probably give some viewers a warped view of history if they can't separate reality from the products of the director's fertile mind. We can only hope that Oliver Stone's movie is viewed by the young as the fiction it is intended to be. Stone is a skilled craftsman who has the ability to take bits of history and weave them into a drama that lasts more than three hours. Many mature viewers who can't recall what took place during the Nixon years leave the movie feeling sorry for the late president. Others, less sophisticated, wonder how our nation survived such a scheming chief executive who at times during the movie is pictured as a heavy drinker out of control. I've good reason to believe that Nixon wasn't a heavy drinker and seldom, if ever, out of control. If anything, he always appeared both in public and during White House meetings as being in complete control. During some meetings, it appeared to me that he was in such strong control he intimidated several of the participants. My first opportunity to watch Nixon in action was during the 1960 Republican Convention in Chicago. I covered the Nevada delegation that year for some radio stations. Prior to that, I had also attended the 1960 Democratic Convention in Los Angeles both as a broadcaster and a delegate. Jack Kennedy and Lyndon Johnson were the Los Angeles stars but Nixon was the dominating star in Chicago. Although Nixon lost the campaign for the White House to Kennedy, it was by the narrowest of margins. Two years later he was beaten by Pat Brown when he attempted a political comeback by running for the governor's office of California. The press declared him politically dead but he was elected as'president six years later and was See One Man's View • • Page 2 INSIDE Red Rock features many hiking trails — P.Tnnr.^m.i B1 "American Gothic to return to CBS .TV News inside Editorials Senior News 4-5 Deaths Happenings Movies 8 12 Sports 13 Volunm4e, 104th Edflon HS.C. PwMcallam rna)t4-tMi Henderson, Nevada 25# John Judge/News Staff BICYCLE — Mike Moss of the Henderson Fire Department delivers five bicycles to a needy famijy Friday. The Fire Department's Program began last year with one bicycle from one fire station and has grown to include donations from Metro Police Department and includes helmets as well as bicycles. Growtti will pay for new water resources Kathy StrMtMNews Staff Writer The city of Henderson, as part of the Southern Nevada Water Authority, recently agreed to a unique arrangement which will require growth to pay for expanded water collection and delivery systems The cooperative agreement reflects new water-resource management strategies. Instead of the city buying a specific percentage of available water to accommodate newgrowth, it will be purchased on a "first-come, first-served" basis. "Henderson is assured that in the long-term it will have water resources to grow with," said Kurt Segler, utility services manager. "As a result, people should conserve because it is a good thing to do, because it's good for the envimonment :.. not so we can grow again." See Water Page 2 Desert Princess captain dies Mike Crosby (Captain Mike), captain of the Desert Princess, died Dec. 26, 1995, of heart failure. He was 55. Crosby, originally from Louisiana bayou country, piloted the Lake Mead paddle-wheel boat for four years. He had been running river boats since the age of 12. Capt. Mike loved to meet people, a relative said. He kept a scrapbook of letters and photos sent to him by people he met on the Desert Princess. More than I 100 letters were received from I people around the world. Capt. Mike was known for his Infant dies following accident Thorn M Lacy News Staff Wnter A one-month -old Henderson infant was critically injured Christmas Day when the boy's father fell asleep and rolled on top of the infant as the two lay in the man's bed. Although the infant regained a heartbeat after paramedics from the Henderson Fire Department performed CPR, the baby sustained critical brain damage due to lack of oxygen. The boy was taken of life support systems and died Tuesday evening at Sunrise Hospital and Medical Centerin Las Vegas. Henderson police reported that the 23-year-old Henderson man told them he had consumed three beers and two marguerites while watching football on television the day of the incident. At approximately 10 p.m., he went to lay down and told his girlfriend that he wanted to have the baby with him. kind, friendly personality and keen sense of humor. The Henderson resident is survived by his wife, Nancy St. Pierre Crosby; daughters, Jeanne C. Landry and Angelle Crosby; brother, Bert Crosby; and grandson Brad Landry. He was preceded in death by a son, Bryan Crosby, and his parents, Ellis Crosby and Angelle Cantrelle Crosby. Falgout Funeral Home in Ganiano,La. ,willhandlefimeral arrangements. Funeral Mass and internment will be at Sacred Heart Church in Cut Off, La. Captain Mike Crosby Temple members brighten seniors' Christmas Kathy Straeter News Staff Writer S Infant Page 3 Members of Congregation Ner Tamid made Christmas Day a little brighter for approximately 120 seniors at the Henderson Senior Center. The seniors were treated to a sit-down Christmas Dinner, complete with turkey, dressing, vegetables, gravy and desert. "Once the seniors found out [there was going to be a Christmas dinner], the magic just spread," said Edie Barker, Senior Center director. The Levi Strauss Co. donated turkeys. The dressing and other food was donated as well. Sprint Central Telephone and First Interstate Bank purchased gifts for the seniors. The gifts were personally delivered by Santa Claus. This marks the first time Christmas dinner was ever served at the Senior Center. Volunteer Jean Sadler, whci oversaw the event, said it was very well-received — especially by seniors who are far fi^m family members. "So many seniors, myself included, don't have family here. Courtesy Photo SERVING CHRISTMAS DINNER — Jews from Congregation New Tamid served lunch at the Henderson Senior Center on Christmas Day, allowing regular workers to be home with their families. In the front row. from left,re Shawn Scott Matt Unger, Amy Dimondstein and Judy Kollins. Center row: Nina Tiep, Maxine Molinski, Eileen Kollins and Katherine Scott. Back row: Ben Gross, Dustin Tiep, Joey Unger, Lisa Kollins and Debbie Mayer. Not pictured is Darin Tiep. Participation was sponsored by the temple's Social Action Committee and Ner Tamid Temple Youth (NTTY). They don't have a place to go for [Christmas] dinner," Sadler said. "We have family here at the Senior Center." Sadler said the 11 members of Congregation Ner Taunid (including seven or eight teenagers) who prepared and served the meal are greatly appreciated. "Hiey helped bring joy to an otherwise lonely holiday for many in the community, Sadler said.