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1996-03-05 - Henderson Home News

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1996-03-05 - Henderson Home News
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Streeter, Kathy ( Columnist )
Lacy, Thomas ( Columnist )
Szydelko, Paul ( Columnist )
Marciniak, D. B. ( Columnist )
Bowman, Bill ( Columnist )
Allen, D. J. ( Columnist )
Grogan, Barbara ( Columnist )
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PROOF Bfty hlCRfiflull is ARQUE;-; (iW E 04/04/'5 9 t'U "i Prep vol eybalL swimming and Softball previevi \\KV 1 50^ Tuesday, March 5, 1996 Henderson, Nevada • • zoning decided tonight Kathy Streeter News Staff Writer School zoning will be decided tonight at the Clark County School District Board of School Trustees meeting. The meeting will begin at 5 p.m. with a presentation by the Attendance Zone Advisory Commission. The meeting will reconvene at 5:30 p.m. for the school board to discuss and act on AZAC proposals. Included on the agenda are: •School zoning for the 199697 school year for all elementary schools. •A recommendation to establish a year-round calendar for the new elementary school on Charter Oak Street. •High school zoning for the 1996-97 school year. •Special zoning for Silverado High School. Some students now attending Valley, Green Valley and Basic high schools will be reassigned to Silverado High beginning in the 1996-97 school year. An option is recommended which would allow students in gradh 11 to remain at the school to which they are currently zoned. •A recommendation to cancel all board-approved options for students to attend a school other than the one for which they are John Judge/News Staff • :\c; ...•.•.•v:. • ^ KING — Frank Clark, 11, is crowned King of the Realm by Merlin the Magician during the Sword in the Stone show at The Galleria at Sunset Mall Friday. The show was part of the grand opening celebration organized for the mall by The Disney Store. King Frank's reign lasted all of two minutes after which he was made an honorary Mousketeer. More photos of the mall's opening will be on the Panorama cover of Thursday's edition. Galleria opens with fanfare Kathy Streeter News Staff Writer See School Page 2 Amid the fanfare of trumpets, cascading confetti, exploding fireworks and a cheering crowd, the Galleria at Sunset Mall officially opened for business Wednesday. A brief grand opening ceremony was held at the main entrance of the mall featuring Disney characters, local high school bands and dignitaries. Brian Jones, president of Forest City Development, spoke to a crowd of more than 12,000 people gathered for the opening festivities. "Today represents the culmination of the efforts of many people who have worked long and hard to bring this beautiful mall to reality," Jones said. "We are very pleased with it, and we know the people of Henderson will feel the same way." Mayor Bob Groesbeck described the mall as "unSee Mall Page 2 Teens nabbed in murder Thomas Lacy News Staff Writer Less than 72 hours after a Henderson man was found strangled on the floor of his Green Valley home, Henderson police arrested three teenagers, including the step-sister of the victim, on murder charges. On Wednesday, a woman returned to her Keating St. home to find her son Michael O'Rourke, 19, laying face down on the kitchen floor. Henderson Police Capt. Richard Perkins said the victim had been strangled and efforts by the mother to resuscitate him were unsuccessful. Perkins declined to comment on the item used to strangle O'Rourke, citing an ongoing investigation. PoHce believe the killing occurred sometime between 3:30 and 5:30 p.m. Wednesday. Perkins said investigators quickly developed information linking Christopher Kyriacou, 19, Tiffany Robbins, 15, and the step-sister of the victim, Traci Rutherford, 16, to the killing. According to Perkins, the motive for the killing may have been robbery. O'Rourke had recently purchased expensive stereo equipment that was discovfered missing by investigators. After serving a search warrant at Kyriacou's residence on Saturday, police recovered some stereo equipment which they said belonged to O'Rourke. The victim's car was also missing, but was later located at a Henderson apartment complex on Ramrod Street. According to Perkins, a worker at the complex provided police with information linking Kyriacou to the victim's car shortly after it was discovered missing. Perkins said Robbins and Rutherford will be tried as adults and are currently being held in the Clark County Jail. Kyriacou is being held at the Henderson City Jail. Plane lands in desert Thomas Lacy News Staff Writer Two women flying a vintage 1946 Navion plane narrowly escaped disaster after having to land their aircraft in a desert area of Henderson Sunday afternoon. Accordinp to Henderson Fire Department Battalion Chief Robert Maroney, the two pilots were on their way to the North Las Vegas Airport when the Navion developed engine trouble. When the pilot realized the plane would not make it to the designated airport, she attempteci to land on Horizon Drive near Gibson Road but was forced to turn into the desert when she was approached by an oncoming vehicle. Neither woman, was injured in the crash landing that endd about 50 feet in to the desert area. The plane's nose gear and wing were damaged in the accident and the aircraft remains at the site pending an FAA investigation. • • GV Ranch elementary named after Vanderburg Kathy Streeter News Staff Writer The new elementary school in Green Valley Ranch will be known as the John C. Vanderburg Elementary School, Clark County School District Trustees decided last week. Vanderburg was a teacher and administrator with the Clark County School District for 14 years. His name was approved for a school under the 1988 building program, but was not assigned. The Clark County School District voted Feb. 27 to name the new school on Desert Shadow Trail after the late Vanderburg, whose wife lives in the area. Vanderburg moved to Las Vegas from Texas in 1968 with his wife, Lou, to teach at Gibson Junior High. From Gibson he transferred to Orr Junior High where he later became assistant principal. In 1979 he was hired as assistant principal at Bonanza rlNSIDEOverview Education Deaths .4-6 7 Money Management _9 Sports 11 Oassified 13 Volum47. imSdaton H.8.C. PuUtoaHom POBMMUO (7W)W>-WH John C. Vanderburg High School. And a year later, he was named principal of Guinn Junior High on West Flamingo Road. Vanderburg served as principal at Guinn Junior High for only three years — until he died in 1983 at age 50. However, while he was principal he helped the school earn one of the nation's highest education honors. The U.S. Department of Education awarded the school a 1983 Excellence in Education award. It was the first time a Clark County school received such an honor. Vanderburg was also the first principal to initiate northwest accreditation for junior high schools. It was the caring relationship he shared with his students that set Vanderburg apart, his wife said. 'He was a dedicated principal ''He was a dedicated principal and assistant principal. The Itids loved him. He bent over backwards for them because he cared so much. Kids can sense these things." Lou Vanderburg Wife of new scfiooi namesake and assistant principal," she said. The kids loved him. He bent over backwards for them because he cared so much. Kids can sense these things." Lou, who also works for the school district as a receptionist at the Education Center, said she is honored that her husband's name was chosen for the Henderson school. "It is a fabulous honor," she said. "I am very happy." School trustees voted last week to approve names for eight new schools. In addition, part of a list of five previously approved names were assigned to schools that vrV be built under CCSD's $605 million school construction program. A name was not yet assigned to the new school which will be built near Cox Elementary School in the Green Valley neighborhood of Henderson. John Judge/News Staff BALLOON — Cyndi DeSark> and Sheila Roberts get an aerial view of Bartlett Elementary and the surrounding neighborhoods during a visit from the Bank of America balloon Friday. The visit was part of Reading Week at the scf>ool. Students earned balloon rides for their teachers by meeting reading goals during the week. <

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P0 2 Henderson Home News Tuesday, March 5,1996 OVERVIEW PAUL SZYOELKO On the mall, snow and 'The Late Shift' A little about a lot: Galleria in Henderson: A few advertisements overheard last week on radio and television referred to the Galleria at Sunset Mall 'Mn Las Vegas." Some of the thoughts that immediately came to mind: Big mistake. Almost offensive. Terribly frustrating. Those whose job it is to promote products or services resort to nearly anything to make the sale and it's difficult to criticize them, because it involves free speech and capitalism. But saying the mall is in Las Vegas is not only inaccurate but breathtakingly dumb. The mall's market is clearly Henderson and all southeast areas of Clark County, including Boulder City. Saying it's in Las Vegas is misleading to Las Vegas residents and discouraging to Henderson residents. City of Henderson officials who worked long and hard to help the mall become a reality were probably livid when they heard some of the marketing. The whole valley did seem genuinely excited about sampling the mall. The curious jammed Sunset Road for several days last week. A traffic signal on Warm Springs Road and Stephanie Street, which the News reported last week won't be constructed for at least six months, is needed sooner but should be open by the holiday season. Snow storm: Last Monday's snowstorm was a beautiful distraction around deadline time at the News. The snow fell for about a half-hour at our offices behind Ethel M Chocolates in the Green Valley Business Park. It stuck for about an hour on plants and undeveloped portions of desert. Some evidence of the white stuff was still piled in the shadows of our building the next day. Reminders: The U.S. Army Field Band and Soldiers' Chorus will perform March 21 at the Kesterson Center. Watch for details in the News soon.... Heritage Days, the celebration formerly known as Industrial Days, will run April 19-28.... The 1996 Summer Olympic Torch Relay is scheduled to pass through Boulder City and Henderson May 1.... Top 10 irritants for this managing editor of a weekly newspaper: 10. Single-spaced, all-capped news releases. 9. Handwriting I can't read. 8. Duplicate multi-page faxes. 7. Duplicate multi-page faxes of something in which I have no interest. 6. Phone tag. 5. Out-of-state publicists who have no idea where Henderson is. 4. Local publicists who have never seen the Henderson Home News. 3. Publicists who don't know how to use apostrophes. 2. Mail addressed to former editors Loma Kesterson, John Dailey and Bob Fisher (It's been five years since Fisher). 1. Typos. "The Late Shift" on HBO: Speaking of Top 10 lists, HBO is airing an entertaining made-for-television movie about the behind the scenes battle between Jay Leno and David Letterman to replace Johnny Carson on "The Tonight Show." Fast-moving and quickwitted, the movie doesn't pause very often to explore many nuances of the battle. However, a lot of information is presented — it reminded me of HBO's excellent "Barbarians at the Gate" a couple years ago. "The Late Shift" is based on a thoroughly researched book, yet the characterizations of the stars in the movie seem overly broad and hard to believe. Szydeiko is managing editor of the Henderson Honne News. Armed bandits rob local man Thomas Lacy News Staff Wnter Henderson police are continuing their investigation into the hold-up of a man Monday morning. Police report the victim was leavinghis vehicle in the parking lot of the Oasis Greens apartment complex, 2001 Ramrod St., at about 2 a.m. when he was approached by two men armed with handguns. The suspects demanded and obtained money from the suspect before they fled the scene in an American-made, black, fourwheel-drive pickup truck. A search for the suspects in the area by Henderson police was unsuccessful. One suspect is described as a black male, about 25 years old, 5 feet 8 inches tall and weighing approximately 180 pounds. He was wearing a black vest and black baggy pants and armed with a handgun. The second suspect is described as a white male, about 25,6 feet 2 inches tall and weighing approximately 200 pounds. He has black hair and was last seen wearing a black leather jacket and blue jeans. He also was armed with a handgun. Anyone with information about the hold-up is asked to call the Henderson Police crime information line, 565-2009, or Secret Witness, 385-5555. SCHOOL: Zoning debate Fror Page 1 Tuesday, March 5,1996 Henderson Horns Nw Plie3 MALL: Opening zoneJ. An exception is recommended for minority students attending schools with a low minority population. •Middle school zoning for the 1997-98 school year. •A recommendation to re-zone some students in grades 6-8 for the 1996-97 school year from Woodbury Middle School to White Middle School with an option for eighth-grade students to remain at Woodbury. The meeting will be held in the board room of the Education Center, 2832 E. Flamingo Road. From Page 1 Cbuncilto look at sex business code 'Tm here to say to all the nay-sayerSf and the gloom-anddoomers that the Stealth has landed/' Mayor Bob Groesbeck believable." He said the mall was jokingly dubbed the "Stealth mall," in reference to the much-anticipated, costly bomber which took years to complete. "I'm here to say to all the nay-sayers, and the gloom-and doomers that the Stealth has landed," Groesbeck said. Leslie Dunn, president of Ranch Property Development, spoke of the day 10 years ago when he and his wife and several friends stood on the mesa overlooking what would become Whitney Ranch. Warm Springs Road was merely a line on a map, and Stephanie Street was a dry river bed. Dunn envisioned that the sagebrush and tumbleweeds would one day give way to the Police suggest mall patrons use Russell Traflficjams generated along Sunset Road by business at the new Galleria at Sunset Mall may be alleviated by use of an alternative route, Henderson Police Department officials said. Police are urging patrons of the mall to exit onto Russell Road as an alternate to the Sunset exit. They urge those traveling south on U.S. Highway 95 to exit at Russell and turn east toward Boulder Highway and then south onto Stephanie Street. The route will take patrons directly to the mall and save time waiting for traflfic jams that have occurred since the mall's opening. The Henderson City Council will consider a number of definitions and regulations to add to its ordinances regardingsexually oriented businesses Tuesday night. The Council will meet in committee at 6:45 with its regular meeting at 7 p.m. in City Hall, 240 Water St. Proposed definitions and regulations include guidelines on entrance fees, gratuities, attendants, servers, conduct and licensing. The additions and clarifications are expected to enable more effective enforcement of business license procedures, according to a background report presented to the Council. In other business, the Council is expected to consider: •Applications for a bowling alley and supper club on five acres northwest of Horizon Ridge Parkway and Green Valley Parkway in the Green Valley Ranch neighborhood. The Planning Commission recommended denial and the item was tabled by the Council Feb. 6. •A master sign plan for The Reserve Hotel and Casino, 777 W. Lake Mead Dr. The Planning Commission recommended a maximum height of 95 feet, but the applicant is expected to appeal for a higher limit tonight. •A use permit and architectural review of a proposed private school on 5.2 acres at 1051 Sandy Ridge in the MacDonald Ranch neighborhood. Bridge to ease traffic near sports complex D.B Marciniak News Staff Writer largest commercial center in southern Nevada. "Outin that desert we could all see the dream," Dunn said. "Well folks, dreams really come true." ." • •• x:':'.r^rv-.-.: :. ^v : • • '.--' Helping Hands needs medical equipment To ease excessive traffic congestion created by the Arroyo Grande Sports Complex and neighborhood development, Henderson planners are expected to approve an amendment to the city's Master Streets and Highways Plan this week. The amendmentwill allow the city to build a bridge over a wash on Santiago Avenue, linking the street to through traffic and alleviating congestion in the area. Completion of the street will be considered by the Henderson Planning Commission at 7 p.m. Thursday in City Hall, 240 Water St. • • :'.':/.r\ ''-::'• "The potential traffic that is to be generated by that area makes that road necessary," said Bill Smith, principal planner. Santiago Avenue will be recommended as a secondary arterial street one-half mile south of Warm Springs Road, in the Gibson Springs planning area. The road will extend to through traffic from Arroyo Grande Boulevard to Stephanie Street. = ; :' The street is nearly complete, said Public Works Director Mark Calhoun. He said the roadway is constructed on each side of the wash and the bridge only needs to be built to accommodate traffic. Construction is expected to take 4-6 months. "One way or another, we need a bridge at that spot," Calhoun said. "This will help relieve some of the traffic from the sports complex £md serve the neighborhood better." In other business, planners are expected to: •Conduct a public hearing for a proposed gas and liquor sales establishment at the northeast corner of South Maryland Parkway and Punta Del Este Drive in the Westgate planning area. Applicant Stuart Mixer and Associates is requesting to amend the land use from low-density residential to neighborhoodcommercial. A use permit for the gasoline sales and review of the proposed convenience store will also be considered. The property is located on two acres and is owned by Pacific Rim Properties LP. The Artie J. Cannon Helping Hands of Henderson operates a loan closet of medical supplies. Since March 1995, more than 100 items have been loaned, ranging from wheel chairs to walkers. Because of the increased need in the community, coordinator Shelley Aguiar is seeking additional donations from the community. "The most common items needed are wheel chairs, bedside commodes and walkers, both with and without wheels," Aguiar stated. "Unfortimately, due to lack of storage space, we can't accept hospital beds." The volunteer-based community program provides the frail elderly and handicapped of Henderson with companionship, rides to doctor's appointments, shopping trips and other needs. More volunteers are needed and the next training program will take place March 7 and 14. To donate medical supplies, to volunteer, or for assistance, call Aguiar at St. Rose Dominican Hospital, 558-4808. Look for 'Happenings' Thursday Check this Thursday's issue of the Henderson Home News for your Spring 1996 copy of Henderson Happenings, the quarterly guide of leisure opportunities published by the city of Henderson Parks and Recreation Department. Happenings will also be distributed at neighborhood recreation centers. This issue features a variety of new and interesting programs and classes for spring, plus a preview listing of summer aquatics classes. You'll also enjoy a full page of photos from the grand opening of the Arroyo Grande Sports Complex, as well as a number of story updates on HPRD projects and developments. If you miss Thursday's issue, you can pick up a copy of Happenings at the following locations: •Kesterson Valley View Recreation Center, 500 Harris St. •Silver Springs Recreation Center, 1951 Silver Springs Parkway. •Youth Center, 105 W. Basic Road. •Williams Indoor Pool, 500 Palo Verde Dr. For more information, call HPRD Special and Cultural Events, 565-2367. Woman wins half-million at Alystra A Seattle visitor won a $456,238.08 jackpot at the Alystra Casino in Henderson Saturday. Kelly Maslach was playing a quarter progressive machine for about 20 minutes when she hit big-time. She had spent about $40. Maslach, who is a travel agent, said she will use about $40,000 to send a friend to college. YMCA Extension gains momentum D.B. Marciniak News Staff Wnter Although no building yet exists, programs for the Henderson Extension YMCA are gaining momentum. Programs for the extension site are being held at donated locations throughout Henderson. Spaces from White Middle School, Taylor and Mack Elementary schools and other establishments are helping the YMCA reach into the community. Alice DeKlyn, extension site director, said the YMCA in Henderson has slowly gained interest from the community. She said many people have not grasped the idea of a YMCA operating without a building, but holding programs at other locations is just as effective. "What we do is develoji programs to use at other faciUties that are complementary," DeKlyn said. Programs such as taekwondo, backyard swimming and midnight basketball are available. A variety of other activities are offered. Due to the enormous population of the area there is a need for a Henderson YMCA she said. Since the YMCA operates as a not-for-profit organization, funding a Henderson YMCA building is difficult. The closest facility is on Meadows Lane in Las Vegas. To help service Henderson until funds for a permanent facility can be gained, the YMCA established an extension site in October. The site, which operates out of an office space donated by the Henderson Chevrolet Geo dealer, acts to coordinate and develop programs for Henderson. The YMCA is a backbone to a community. It's a stable support for any communities," she said. The YMCA supf>orts the community through following the philosophy that spirit, mind and body all lend to healthiness. DeKlyn said the Henderson program strives to carry on that tradition. "I'd much rather walk away from a close game (of basketball) learning something than thinking about the loss," DeKlyn said. The teamwork the game teaches is more important than winning, she said. To administer programs more space i s needed, however. DeKlyn said the extension site has limited space and facilities. She urged local businesses to donate space SMYMCA Page 10 •Review a zone change request, planned unit development and tentative map for a McDonald's restaurant located at the northeast comer of Horizon and College Drives in the Black Mountain planning area. Representatives from Comerstone Company are seeking reclassification from singlefamily residential to neighborhood-commercial on the threeacre parcel. Development standards for the commercial planned unit development will also be considered. •Review an amendment request by applicant Gary Cook to tJie master sign plan for Terrible Herbst's Lube at 187 N. Pecos Road in the Green Valley South planning area. HOIVIE — NEWS An IndtpwKhnt Nvmpaper Founded June 1,19S1 Henderson Home News (USPS 240000) Published every Tuesday and Thursday morning at 2 Commerce Canter Drive, Henderson, Nevada, by HBC Publications, Inc. Second class postage paid at Henderson, Nevada. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to: Volume 47, 17th Edition HENDERSON HOME NEWS 2 Commerce Center Drive Henderson, NV 89014 Phone (702) 564-1881 Cuttomer complaint call* will be accepted from 7 to 10 am on Tueedaye and Thuradaya. Uiaaed pepen will be dittributed by noon. MIKE O'CALLAGHAN Publisher CAROLYN O'CALLAGHAN Co-PubNsher TIM O'CALUGHAN General Manager PAUL SZYDELKO Managing Editor MARY COLLEEN MIELE Circulation Manager HBC PUBUCATIONS, INC. Mike O'CaMaghan, President; Carolyn O'Callaghan, Vice President; Tim O'Cafaghan, Treasurer/Vice President; Mary Colleen Miele, Vice President; Ruthe Deakin, Secretary. SUBSCRtPTION FUTES Single 50 cents One Year $30 (TMwIve ConsecuHv* Montt) NoRehmdi MAIL SUBSCRIPTIONS Weil of Missisiipp$40peryeer East o( Mieeisiippi^ per year m. 1U& ^'We more fon oof : ; *e sun. Shop ^ GaBerio of Sunset ondpickopo — a ^Pwthflse. h ^^ins March 4ih, :. ^'fesuppliesfas^.,' l^^^ipfs may be v-i oc/dedfcge/herbuf ^llmtbefron) ^e so/De day. 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P0 2 Henderson Home News Tuesday, March 5,1996 OVERVIEW PAUL SZYOELKO On the mall, snow and 'The Late Shift' A little about a lot: Galleria in Henderson: A few advertisements overheard last week on radio and television referred to the Galleria at Sunset Mall 'Mn Las Vegas." Some of the thoughts that immediately came to mind: Big mistake. Almost offensive. Terribly frustrating. Those whose job it is to promote products or services resort to nearly anything to make the sale and it's difficult to criticize them, because it involves free speech and capitalism. But saying the mall is in Las Vegas is not only inaccurate but breathtakingly dumb. The mall's market is clearly Henderson and all southeast areas of Clark County, including Boulder City. Saying it's in Las Vegas is misleading to Las Vegas residents and discouraging to Henderson residents. City of Henderson officials who worked long and hard to help the mall become a reality were probably livid when they heard some of the marketing. The whole valley did seem genuinely excited about sampling the mall. The curious jammed Sunset Road for several days last week. A traffic signal on Warm Springs Road and Stephanie Street, which the News reported last week won't be constructed for at least six months, is needed sooner but should be open by the holiday season. Snow storm: Last Monday's snowstorm was a beautiful distraction around deadline time at the News. The snow fell for about a half-hour at our offices behind Ethel M Chocolates in the Green Valley Business Park. It stuck for about an hour on plants and undeveloped portions of desert. Some evidence of the white stuff was still piled in the shadows of our building the next day. Reminders: The U.S. Army Field Band and Soldiers' Chorus will perform March 21 at the Kesterson Center. Watch for details in the News soon.... Heritage Days, the celebration formerly known as Industrial Days, will run April 19-28.... The 1996 Summer Olympic Torch Relay is scheduled to pass through Boulder City and Henderson May 1.... Top 10 irritants for this managing editor of a weekly newspaper: 10. Single-spaced, all-capped news releases. 9. Handwriting I can't read. 8. Duplicate multi-page faxes. 7. Duplicate multi-page faxes of something in which I have no interest. 6. Phone tag. 5. Out-of-state publicists who have no idea where Henderson is. 4. Local publicists who have never seen the Henderson Home News. 3. Publicists who don't know how to use apostrophes. 2. Mail addressed to former editors Loma Kesterson, John Dailey and Bob Fisher (It's been five years since Fisher). 1. Typos. "The Late Shift" on HBO: Speaking of Top 10 lists, HBO is airing an entertaining made-for-television movie about the behind the scenes battle between Jay Leno and David Letterman to replace Johnny Carson on "The Tonight Show." Fast-moving and quickwitted, the movie doesn't pause very often to explore many nuances of the battle. However, a lot of information is presented — it reminded me of HBO's excellent "Barbarians at the Gate" a couple years ago. "The Late Shift" is based on a thoroughly researched book, yet the characterizations of the stars in the movie seem overly broad and hard to believe. Szydeiko is managing editor of the Henderson Honne News. Armed bandits rob local man Thomas Lacy News Staff Wnter Henderson police are continuing their investigation into the hold-up of a man Monday morning. Police report the victim was leavinghis vehicle in the parking lot of the Oasis Greens apartment complex, 2001 Ramrod St., at about 2 a.m. when he was approached by two men armed with handguns. The suspects demanded and obtained money from the suspect before they fled the scene in an American-made, black, fourwheel-drive pickup truck. A search for the suspects in the area by Henderson police was unsuccessful. One suspect is described as a black male, about 25 years old, 5 feet 8 inches tall and weighing approximately 180 pounds. He was wearing a black vest and black baggy pants and armed with a handgun. The second suspect is described as a white male, about 25,6 feet 2 inches tall and weighing approximately 200 pounds. He has black hair and was last seen wearing a black leather jacket and blue jeans. He also was armed with a handgun. Anyone with information about the hold-up is asked to call the Henderson Police crime information line, 565-2009, or Secret Witness, 385-5555. SCHOOL: Zoning debate Fror Page 1 Tuesday, March 5,1996 Henderson Horns Nw Plie3 MALL: Opening zoneJ. An exception is recommended for minority students attending schools with a low minority population. •Middle school zoning for the 1997-98 school year. •A recommendation to re-zone some students in grades 6-8 for the 1996-97 school year from Woodbury Middle School to White Middle School with an option for eighth-grade students to remain at Woodbury. The meeting will be held in the board room of the Education Center, 2832 E. Flamingo Road. From Page 1 Cbuncilto look at sex business code 'Tm here to say to all the nay-sayerSf and the gloom-anddoomers that the Stealth has landed/' Mayor Bob Groesbeck believable." He said the mall was jokingly dubbed the "Stealth mall," in reference to the much-anticipated, costly bomber which took years to complete. "I'm here to say to all the nay-sayers, and the gloom-and doomers that the Stealth has landed," Groesbeck said. Leslie Dunn, president of Ranch Property Development, spoke of the day 10 years ago when he and his wife and several friends stood on the mesa overlooking what would become Whitney Ranch. Warm Springs Road was merely a line on a map, and Stephanie Street was a dry river bed. Dunn envisioned that the sagebrush and tumbleweeds would one day give way to the Police suggest mall patrons use Russell Traflficjams generated along Sunset Road by business at the new Galleria at Sunset Mall may be alleviated by use of an alternative route, Henderson Police Department officials said. Police are urging patrons of the mall to exit onto Russell Road as an alternate to the Sunset exit. They urge those traveling south on U.S. Highway 95 to exit at Russell and turn east toward Boulder Highway and then south onto Stephanie Street. The route will take patrons directly to the mall and save time waiting for traflfic jams that have occurred since the mall's opening. The Henderson City Council will consider a number of definitions and regulations to add to its ordinances regardingsexually oriented businesses Tuesday night. The Council will meet in committee at 6:45 with its regular meeting at 7 p.m. in City Hall, 240 Water St. Proposed definitions and regulations include guidelines on entrance fees, gratuities, attendants, servers, conduct and licensing. The additions and clarifications are expected to enable more effective enforcement of business license procedures, according to a background report presented to the Council. In other business, the Council is expected to consider: •Applications for a bowling alley and supper club on five acres northwest of Horizon Ridge Parkway and Green Valley Parkway in the Green Valley Ranch neighborhood. The Planning Commission recommended denial and the item was tabled by the Council Feb. 6. •A master sign plan for The Reserve Hotel and Casino, 777 W. Lake Mead Dr. The Planning Commission recommended a maximum height of 95 feet, but the applicant is expected to appeal for a higher limit tonight. •A use permit and architectural review of a proposed private school on 5.2 acres at 1051 Sandy Ridge in the MacDonald Ranch neighborhood. Bridge to ease traffic near sports complex D.B Marciniak News Staff Writer largest commercial center in southern Nevada. "Outin that desert we could all see the dream," Dunn said. "Well folks, dreams really come true." ." • •• x:':'.r^rv-.-.: :. ^v : • • '.--' Helping Hands needs medical equipment To ease excessive traffic congestion created by the Arroyo Grande Sports Complex and neighborhood development, Henderson planners are expected to approve an amendment to the city's Master Streets and Highways Plan this week. The amendmentwill allow the city to build a bridge over a wash on Santiago Avenue, linking the street to through traffic and alleviating congestion in the area. Completion of the street will be considered by the Henderson Planning Commission at 7 p.m. Thursday in City Hall, 240 Water St. • • :'.':/.r\ ''-::'• "The potential traffic that is to be generated by that area makes that road necessary," said Bill Smith, principal planner. Santiago Avenue will be recommended as a secondary arterial street one-half mile south of Warm Springs Road, in the Gibson Springs planning area. The road will extend to through traffic from Arroyo Grande Boulevard to Stephanie Street. = ; :' The street is nearly complete, said Public Works Director Mark Calhoun. He said the roadway is constructed on each side of the wash and the bridge only needs to be built to accommodate traffic. Construction is expected to take 4-6 months. "One way or another, we need a bridge at that spot," Calhoun said. "This will help relieve some of the traffic from the sports complex £md serve the neighborhood better." In other business, planners are expected to: •Conduct a public hearing for a proposed gas and liquor sales establishment at the northeast corner of South Maryland Parkway and Punta Del Este Drive in the Westgate planning area. Applicant Stuart Mixer and Associates is requesting to amend the land use from low-density residential to neighborhoodcommercial. A use permit for the gasoline sales and review of the proposed convenience store will also be considered. The property is located on two acres and is owned by Pacific Rim Properties LP. The Artie J. Cannon Helping Hands of Henderson operates a loan closet of medical supplies. Since March 1995, more than 100 items have been loaned, ranging from wheel chairs to walkers. Because of the increased need in the community, coordinator Shelley Aguiar is seeking additional donations from the community. "The most common items needed are wheel chairs, bedside commodes and walkers, both with and without wheels," Aguiar stated. "Unfortimately, due to lack of storage space, we can't accept hospital beds." The volunteer-based community program provides the frail elderly and handicapped of Henderson with companionship, rides to doctor's appointments, shopping trips and other needs. More volunteers are needed and the next training program will take place March 7 and 14. To donate medical supplies, to volunteer, or for assistance, call Aguiar at St. Rose Dominican Hospital, 558-4808. Look for 'Happenings' Thursday Check this Thursday's issue of the Henderson Home News for your Spring 1996 copy of Henderson Happenings, the quarterly guide of leisure opportunities published by the city of Henderson Parks and Recreation Department. Happenings will also be distributed at neighborhood recreation centers. This issue features a variety of new and interesting programs and classes for spring, plus a preview listing of summer aquatics classes. You'll also enjoy a full page of photos from the grand opening of the Arroyo Grande Sports Complex, as well as a number of story updates on HPRD projects and developments. If you miss Thursday's issue, you can pick up a copy of Happenings at the following locations: •Kesterson Valley View Recreation Center, 500 Harris St. •Silver Springs Recreation Center, 1951 Silver Springs Parkway. •Youth Center, 105 W. Basic Road. •Williams Indoor Pool, 500 Palo Verde Dr. For more information, call HPRD Special and Cultural Events, 565-2367. Woman wins half-million at Alystra A Seattle visitor won a $456,238.08 jackpot at the Alystra Casino in Henderson Saturday. Kelly Maslach was playing a quarter progressive machine for about 20 minutes when she hit big-time. She had spent about $40. Maslach, who is a travel agent, said she will use about $40,000 to send a friend to college. YMCA Extension gains momentum D.B. Marciniak News Staff Wnter Although no building yet exists, programs for the Henderson Extension YMCA are gaining momentum. Programs for the extension site are being held at donated locations throughout Henderson. Spaces from White Middle School, Taylor and Mack Elementary schools and other establishments are helping the YMCA reach into the community. Alice DeKlyn, extension site director, said the YMCA in Henderson has slowly gained interest from the community. She said many people have not grasped the idea of a YMCA operating without a building, but holding programs at other locations is just as effective. "What we do is develoji programs to use at other faciUties that are complementary," DeKlyn said. Programs such as taekwondo, backyard swimming and midnight basketball are available. A variety of other activities are offered. Due to the enormous population of the area there is a need for a Henderson YMCA she said. Since the YMCA operates as a not-for-profit organization, funding a Henderson YMCA building is difficult. The closest facility is on Meadows Lane in Las Vegas. To help service Henderson until funds for a permanent facility can be gained, the YMCA established an extension site in October. The site, which operates out of an office space donated by the Henderson Chevrolet Geo dealer, acts to coordinate and develop programs for Henderson. The YMCA is a backbone to a community. It's a stable support for any communities," she said. The YMCA supf>orts the community through following the philosophy that spirit, mind and body all lend to healthiness. DeKlyn said the Henderson program strives to carry on that tradition. "I'd much rather walk away from a close game (of basketball) learning something than thinking about the loss," DeKlyn said. The teamwork the game teaches is more important than winning, she said. To administer programs more space i s needed, however. DeKlyn said the extension site has limited space and facilities. She urged local businesses to donate space SMYMCA Page 10 •Review a zone change request, planned unit development and tentative map for a McDonald's restaurant located at the northeast comer of Horizon and College Drives in the Black Mountain planning area. Representatives from Comerstone Company are seeking reclassification from singlefamily residential to neighborhood-commercial on the threeacre parcel. Development standards for the commercial planned unit development will also be considered. •Review an amendment request by applicant Gary Cook to tJie master sign plan for Terrible Herbst's Lube at 187 N. Pecos Road in the Green Valley South planning area. HOIVIE — NEWS An IndtpwKhnt Nvmpaper Founded June 1,19S1 Henderson Home News (USPS 240000) Published every Tuesday and Thursday morning at 2 Commerce Canter Drive, Henderson, Nevada, by HBC Publications, Inc. Second class postage paid at Henderson, Nevada. 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mt Pag* 4 Henderson Home News Tuesday, March 5.1996 EDUCATION Henderson Home News THE NEWS COVERS YOUR COMMUNITY MARCH SPECIALS Ail You Can Eat Buffet Style Spaghetti fit Meatballs 2 for 1 Chicken Ribs Salad Reg 375 With this coupon. We reserve the right to substitute 725 Racetrack Rd. (Behind Kmart) Henderson For info call 566-5555 IT CASINO John Judge/News Staff PLANNING — Kenny Nelson asks for the approval of the planning board of Mrs. Wright City while deciding where to place his fire station. The exercise was part of an urban planning program at Mack Elementary School. The program teaches students about urban planning, architecture and land uses and is sponsored by the American Planning Association, the American Institute of Architecture, the Construction Specifications Institute, the Henderson and Clark County Planning Departments and Tate and Snyder Architects. \^sual perception exhibit opens I'tii.i.UI The Nevada Institute for Contemporary Art will open "Plane/ Structures," today to run through April 21, at the NICA gallery, 3455 E. Flamingo. The public is invited to the opening reception today from 6 to 8 p.m., with exhibit curator David Pagel speaking at 7 p.m. Presented in cooperation with the Fellows of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles, the exhibit focuses on twoand threedimensional art objects that explore the nature of visual perception. : Paintings, sculpture and photo silk-screens by 16 artists ask viewers to pay precise atten ti on to wh at h appen s bet ween the eyes and mind when we look at objects of art. Critic and catalog co-author David Hickey will give a public lectureat5p.m.March21,atthe NICA gallery. Decent tours will include discussions on visual perception, physical aspects of how we see. and how the mind aflTects perception. School tours will culminate in a hands-on project based on optical illusion and positive/negative perceptions. The exhibition and its programs have been made possible by a grant from Barrett & Associates. For more inforriiation, call 4342666. Weekend Party! „ WIN A TRIP TO ^^ /CABO SAM LDCASI 8; DOE COMMUNITY ADVISORY BOARD MEETING the Community Advisory Board for Nevada Test Site Programs will meet Wednesday, March 6, 1996. Agenda Items are: ^ Environmental Restoration Budget Requests 1r Environmentallmpact Statement Time: 5:30 p.m. to 9:15 p.m. Place: Durango High School 7100 W. Dewey Drive, in the Lecture Center Las Vegas, Nevada If you are unable to attend, have comments or questions, please contact: U.S. Department of Energy Office of Environmental Management P.O. Box 98518 Las Vegas, Nevada 89193-8518 702-295-0197 AIR • 3 HOTEL NIGHTS + ^200 CASH! Receive 1 drawing ticket for 4-of-a-kincl with max coins & no wild cards, or iust cash your paycheck! BEGIN CGLLEbriNG YOlA DRJiwrtHG TICKETS NOW! ^ inVourMacjmem Random "" • "* Giveawavs jKendl $095 Corned Beef & Cabbage Served from iL 10am to 11 pm St. Patrick's Day! U.S. Department of Energy Nevada Operations Office GOLD RUSH CASINO 1195 W. Sunset* Sunsets 1-95 Across From The Galleria Mall 454-0544 6S1*U IMRUSH r Tuesday, March 5,1996 Henderson Home News Page 5 John Judge/News Staff READING — Michael Robison, principal of Galloway Elementary School, reads while hiding on the roof of the school during Reading Week. As part of the week's festivities, Robison went on a foreign trip and students earned clues about his location by reading. At the end of the week, students earned a short reading picnic and found IMr. Robison on the roof of the building. Community dean-up launched A community wide clean-up program is being launched ^y the city of Henderson Redevelopment Agency through May. The program will assist residents with the removal of unsightly and unwanted materials and/or vehicles from their properties. Due to the large area to cover. the program will clean up one area at a time. The city has been divided into four areas for clean up. :; ;.:.•• : • • • •; • : • ; • • • • • ^' • Three programs are available for residents. Large dumpsters will be placed in specific locations at specific times throughout a Brown students honored January students of the month at Brown Junior High School were: Scott Devoge, administration; Rebekah Hamby, electives/exploration; Alicia Ogle, English; Derek Muaina, honor core; Kerri Nelson, math; Chris Wright, P.E./Health; and Leah Zilversmit, reading. Also, Kristina Patchett, science; Adam Zehring, social studies; John Gomez, special programs; KelH Worthington, sixth grade team A; and Daniel maul, sixth grade team B. neighborhood for assistance with material. Physical assistance will be provided if needed. Tow trucks will also be available to remove imwanted vehicles at no charge. Financial assistance is offered in the form of grants for qualified applicants. Assistance is offered to the elderly, disabled or low income residents. Up to $500 in grants may be received for property clean-up. Deferred loans for people who do not qualify for a grant are available. The loans are interest free. Loan pay back will not be activated until the resident sells or moves from the property. If a resident is in need of assistance, has questions or needs to set up an appointment, call 665-7752. COME VISIT OUR NEWLY •:••. PAPA JOE'S RESTAURANT Featuring GIANT 16 oz. ::•:• .•••• Flown in from Chicago LAKE ^Qc MICHIGAN #73 PERCH ^m Prepared Chicago-style QUITTING BUSINESS LICENSE .^002-00053-0-054944 MUST GO TO THE BARE WALLS T i ^'•cr^symss^.^^^^: wimm DRASTIC Total Inventory Liquidation ilkv^\1 ^m\m %m\M 6=r:ea Mattresses • Dressers • Chests • Mirrors • Nightstands • Dining Tables • Dining Chairs • China Buffets • Book Cases • Entertainment Ctrs. • Wall Units • Stereo Cabinets • Bedroom Walls • 3-Pc. & 5-Pc. Ent. Walls • Student & Rolltop Desks • Sofa/Loveseats & Recliners • Microwave Carts • Hampers • Computer Desks • Desk Chairs • Desks with Return • Armoires • Chest Beds • Coffee Tables • End Tables • Sofa Tables • Curio Cabinets • SoWest Furniture • Ottomans TV Carts • Rockers • Poster Beds ??5S7.Ssi^^l SOME ITEMS BELOW COST! Freight Damaged 1-Onlys Mfg. Closeouts Sold "AS IS' ^# Accessories which are ail at Liquidation Prices I) ^. Mffel OPEN 24 HOURS 725 Racetrack Rd. Henderson (Behind Kmort) 566-5555 ^Solid Oak J^Q Headboard '^ 3jf Oak Dresser J^Q w/ Mirrors ^^ Misc. Shelving '* 5 J**''; luch, much, more LAST CHANCE BEFORE OUR DOORS CLOSE ^3k^> Fl \l9i% tl*\ Because HURRY IN WHILE IT LASTS! k^[ti ir;\yA\vft vgaof *l*J :< n a ria NO SUBSTITUTES ^T^ii 3260 S. UALLEY VIEW LD 252-8470 Store Hours: Mon-Sat 10am 8pm • Sunday 10am 7pm • il>A* • >..:l:'^• • '^'l;> < *'^9S^ra*E.i-^^^*^> License # # DO2-00053-0-054944 iTITT

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mt Pag* 4 Henderson Home News Tuesday, March 5.1996 EDUCATION Henderson Home News THE NEWS COVERS YOUR COMMUNITY MARCH SPECIALS Ail You Can Eat Buffet Style Spaghetti fit Meatballs 2 for 1 Chicken Ribs Salad Reg 375 With this coupon. We reserve the right to substitute 725 Racetrack Rd. (Behind Kmart) Henderson For info call 566-5555 IT CASINO John Judge/News Staff PLANNING — Kenny Nelson asks for the approval of the planning board of Mrs. Wright City while deciding where to place his fire station. The exercise was part of an urban planning program at Mack Elementary School. The program teaches students about urban planning, architecture and land uses and is sponsored by the American Planning Association, the American Institute of Architecture, the Construction Specifications Institute, the Henderson and Clark County Planning Departments and Tate and Snyder Architects. \^sual perception exhibit opens I'tii.i.UI The Nevada Institute for Contemporary Art will open "Plane/ Structures," today to run through April 21, at the NICA gallery, 3455 E. Flamingo. The public is invited to the opening reception today from 6 to 8 p.m., with exhibit curator David Pagel speaking at 7 p.m. Presented in cooperation with the Fellows of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles, the exhibit focuses on twoand threedimensional art objects that explore the nature of visual perception. : Paintings, sculpture and photo silk-screens by 16 artists ask viewers to pay precise atten ti on to wh at h appen s bet ween the eyes and mind when we look at objects of art. Critic and catalog co-author David Hickey will give a public lectureat5p.m.March21,atthe NICA gallery. Decent tours will include discussions on visual perception, physical aspects of how we see. and how the mind aflTects perception. School tours will culminate in a hands-on project based on optical illusion and positive/negative perceptions. The exhibition and its programs have been made possible by a grant from Barrett & Associates. For more inforriiation, call 4342666. Weekend Party! „ WIN A TRIP TO ^^ /CABO SAM LDCASI 8; DOE COMMUNITY ADVISORY BOARD MEETING the Community Advisory Board for Nevada Test Site Programs will meet Wednesday, March 6, 1996. Agenda Items are: ^ Environmental Restoration Budget Requests 1r Environmentallmpact Statement Time: 5:30 p.m. to 9:15 p.m. Place: Durango High School 7100 W. Dewey Drive, in the Lecture Center Las Vegas, Nevada If you are unable to attend, have comments or questions, please contact: U.S. Department of Energy Office of Environmental Management P.O. Box 98518 Las Vegas, Nevada 89193-8518 702-295-0197 AIR • 3 HOTEL NIGHTS + ^200 CASH! Receive 1 drawing ticket for 4-of-a-kincl with max coins & no wild cards, or iust cash your paycheck! BEGIN CGLLEbriNG YOlA DRJiwrtHG TICKETS NOW! ^ inVourMacjmem Random "" • "* Giveawavs jKendl $095 Corned Beef & Cabbage Served from iL 10am to 11 pm St. Patrick's Day! U.S. Department of Energy Nevada Operations Office GOLD RUSH CASINO 1195 W. Sunset* Sunsets 1-95 Across From The Galleria Mall 454-0544 6S1*U IMRUSH r Tuesday, March 5,1996 Henderson Home News Page 5 John Judge/News Staff READING — Michael Robison, principal of Galloway Elementary School, reads while hiding on the roof of the school during Reading Week. As part of the week's festivities, Robison went on a foreign trip and students earned clues about his location by reading. At the end of the week, students earned a short reading picnic and found IMr. Robison on the roof of the building. Community dean-up launched A community wide clean-up program is being launched ^y the city of Henderson Redevelopment Agency through May. The program will assist residents with the removal of unsightly and unwanted materials and/or vehicles from their properties. Due to the large area to cover. the program will clean up one area at a time. The city has been divided into four areas for clean up. :; ;.:.•• : • • • •; • : • ; • • • • • ^' • Three programs are available for residents. Large dumpsters will be placed in specific locations at specific times throughout a Brown students honored January students of the month at Brown Junior High School were: Scott Devoge, administration; Rebekah Hamby, electives/exploration; Alicia Ogle, English; Derek Muaina, honor core; Kerri Nelson, math; Chris Wright, P.E./Health; and Leah Zilversmit, reading. Also, Kristina Patchett, science; Adam Zehring, social studies; John Gomez, special programs; KelH Worthington, sixth grade team A; and Daniel maul, sixth grade team B. neighborhood for assistance with material. Physical assistance will be provided if needed. Tow trucks will also be available to remove imwanted vehicles at no charge. Financial assistance is offered in the form of grants for qualified applicants. Assistance is offered to the elderly, disabled or low income residents. Up to $500 in grants may be received for property clean-up. Deferred loans for people who do not qualify for a grant are available. The loans are interest free. Loan pay back will not be activated until the resident sells or moves from the property. If a resident is in need of assistance, has questions or needs to set up an appointment, call 665-7752. COME VISIT OUR NEWLY •:••. PAPA JOE'S RESTAURANT Featuring GIANT 16 oz. ::•:• .•••• Flown in from Chicago LAKE ^Qc MICHIGAN #73 PERCH ^m Prepared Chicago-style QUITTING BUSINESS LICENSE .^002-00053-0-054944 MUST GO TO THE BARE WALLS T i ^'•cr^symss^.^^^^: wimm DRASTIC Total Inventory Liquidation ilkv^\1 ^m\m %m\M 6=r:ea Mattresses • Dressers • Chests • Mirrors • Nightstands • Dining Tables • Dining Chairs • China Buffets • Book Cases • Entertainment Ctrs. • Wall Units • Stereo Cabinets • Bedroom Walls • 3-Pc. & 5-Pc. Ent. Walls • Student & Rolltop Desks • Sofa/Loveseats & Recliners • Microwave Carts • Hampers • Computer Desks • Desk Chairs • Desks with Return • Armoires • Chest Beds • Coffee Tables • End Tables • Sofa Tables • Curio Cabinets • SoWest Furniture • Ottomans TV Carts • Rockers • Poster Beds ??5S7.Ssi^^l SOME ITEMS BELOW COST! Freight Damaged 1-Onlys Mfg. Closeouts Sold "AS IS' ^# Accessories which are ail at Liquidation Prices I) ^. Mffel OPEN 24 HOURS 725 Racetrack Rd. Henderson (Behind Kmort) 566-5555 ^Solid Oak J^Q Headboard '^ 3jf Oak Dresser J^Q w/ Mirrors ^^ Misc. Shelving '* 5 J**''; luch, much, more LAST CHANCE BEFORE OUR DOORS CLOSE ^3k^> Fl \l9i% tl*\ Because HURRY IN WHILE IT LASTS! k^[ti ir;\yA\vft vgaof *l*J :< n a ria NO SUBSTITUTES ^T^ii 3260 S. UALLEY VIEW LD 252-8470 Store Hours: Mon-Sat 10am 8pm • Sunday 10am 7pm • il>A* • >..:l:'^• • '^'l;> < *'^9S^ra*E.i-^^^*^> License # # DO2-00053-0-054944 iTITT

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. i .. .1.1.1 MiP^^^^^^W Pag* 6 Henderson Home News Tuesday. March 5,1996 Tuesday, March 5,1996 Henderson Home News Page? GVHS NEWS BRIEFS January Students of MoiUh named The following students were named Green Valley High School Students of the Month for January 1996: Autumn Willhoit, Art; Catherine McCoy, Business; Ashley Huffaker, English; Cholyong Kim, Foreign Language; Christine Stockinger, Health/Driver's Education/Careers; andBenito Ozuna, Home Economics; Also, Ryan Geiger, Individualized Programs; Mark Potokar, Industrial Arts; David Sommer, Mathematics; Cassandra Chesnik, Performing Arts; Timette McKenna, Physical Education; Ferico Mawanay, Science; and India Rogas, Social Studies. Huflfaker was also selected as overall Student of the Month for the month. Students are honored with a certificate and a luncheon at Godfather's Pizza. Their pictures arefeaturedon the display board in the reception area of the school counseling office. Yukes named Coca Cola semifinalist Senior Jolene E. Yukes, a Green Valley High School senior, has been selected one of 1,828 semifinaHsts from more than 122,000 applicants through-out the U.S. in the 1995-96 CocaCola Scholars Program. She was recognized for outstanding leadership, achievements and potential. The 150 students selected as finalists will be asked to aj:,!tend the 1996 Scholars Weekend to be ^eld April 25-28, in Atlanta, wjjere tie students will be interviewed and evaluated by the national selection committee Travel, housing, and meals will be provided by the CocaCola Scholars Foundation, which will award 50 national scholarships of $20,000 and 100 regional scholarships of$4,000. Letters informing semifmalists of their status will be mailed the first week of March 1996. Jolene Yukes Cheerleaders place first Green Valley High School congratulates the Junior Varsity and Freshmen Cheerleaders for placing first in their division at the USA Nationals held recently in Anaheim, California. The Green Valley High School Varsity Cheerleaders also place first in local competition. Ebert published Green Valley High School science department coordinator, Ellen Ebert, will have an article, "Multimedia, STS, and the High School Science Classroom: A THE NEWS COVERS YOUR COMMUNITY Great Food! Great Fun! Great Place! Mondnv Broastcd Chicken ih/c, potato (I Tuesday Choice Top Sii loin & nith polald (iiul Thursday Italian Bmtd — Wednesday Roast Pork & Dressing with iiHislicd potatoes & i^ravy All Dinners Include Our World Famous "All You Can Eat" Salad Bar. Offer available 5-10pm only. JANUARY STUDENTS—Top row: Ashley Huffaker, Benito Ozuna, David Sommer, Cholyong Kim, Timette IMcKenna; middle: Ferico Mawanay, Catherine McCoy, Christine Stockinger,lndia Rogas; bottom: Cassandra Chesnik, Mark Potokar, Ryan Geiger and Autumn Willhoit. CASINO & RESTAURANT Collaborative Project," published in the May issue of International Society for Technology in Education "Learning and Leading with Technology." Paaoao named February Support Staff Green Valley High School congratulates Bob Paaoao, as February Support Staff. Born in Hawaii and a Honolulu policeman for 16 years, he moved to Las Vegas eight years ago and worked at K 0. Knudson before joining the Green Valley High School team 2 1/2 years ago, assisting with the instrumental music program. He organizes, coordinates, and monitors many projects for students in our three awardwinning bands. He enjoys his work and serves as a calming influence in the frenetic world of performing arts. He tackles his assignments with one part determination and one part twinkle in his eye.' An avid bowler, he and his.. wife, Carol, enjoy traveling. Most of all, he loves entertaining; his expertise with the ukelele has brightened many Bob Paaoao 5.lives including the lives of students in music appreciation classes. In the words of the islands, "Mahalo Nui Loa" thank you very much. Paaoao received a Rae's Restaurant gift certificate, a Green Valley High School yearbook, a gift certificate from Gloria Jean's Coffee Bean Shoppe, a personal parking space for the month, a Staff of the Month T-Shirt and a framed certificate. Fishing Derby Saturday The annual Adult and Senior Fishing Derby will take place from 8 a.m. to noon Saturday, March 9, at Sunset Park Lake, 2575 E. Sunset Road. ; The event is free for those aged 18 and older, and is sponsored by Clark County Parks and Recreation. PVizes, in two age categories of 18-54 and 55 and older, will be awarded for largest fish, heaviest three-fish stringer and most accurate casting. ; • Awards will include 'guided fishing tours on Lake Mead, a two-night stay for two at Laughlin's Gold River, dinners for two, gifts from local hotels, fishing gear and sporting goods, golfing packages and Lake Mead cruises. For more information, call Outdoor Adventures, 455-8289. MARCH BREAKFAST SPECIALS 11 p.m. to 11 a.m. 2 Eggs, Bacon or Sausage Hashbrowns, gL£%c toast & coffee 69 with this couDon 725 Racetrack Rd. (Behind Kmart) Henderson For info call 566-5555 S CASINO Pre^Spring Patio Sale Brisht New Colors Hi^estJ^uality Great Prices W. Charleston Store 878-6162 &r W. CterlMton (W of Jones) and Mrs.^afto Green Valley Store 436-7736 V^ 19M W. fuisC (At VaBt Vtnto) uppoRT YOUR • COMMUNITY NEWSPAPER I BouUler Huy., l Block South of Sunset Rd., Henderson 5(15-9116 ^^: :^ 100 E. Uke Mead • 565-4646 Dr. Miles and Staff want to wish our patients a Happy Birthday for the month of March K Stacy Hardy Sameena Sapp Kerri Nelson April Leombruno H Lori Olsen Shawn Conner Becky Schoeo Nona Taylor fj Becky Laughter Courtney Tessier Cooper Fouts Chad Workman f Kimberly Mackey Matthew Wofford Dustin Banks Seth Trodahl Michael Archer Elaine Marino Teresa Ashford Tiffany Coe Jason Bauer Cortney Durand Eloise Neumiller Jon Loiselle Fiona Morris Allison Boyle Jessica Russo James Loiselle Daniel Bollard Jason Hafen Louis Manino Alan Stayton Christopher Dobb Tim Stycr Jennifer Stewart Matt Salerno Karen Sailon Mary-Neil Cole Robert Cowan Tessa Evans Nicole Aldrich Adrienne Hayter Heather Russo Shane Myers Ashley Marchant —^-^" .-————-^_5^ -o—-rr;:::^^^^^ ~ ^^^dfe= ^^^=^ ^^^=:M Wont Bigger And Better? BINGO. $1,000* Guaranteed Coverall and $1,000* 2nd Chance In Sessions Listed Below Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday 11 a.m. 3 p.m. 11a.m. 3 p.m. 3 p.m. 7 p.m. 3 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 11-p.m. 11p.m. 11p.m. 11p.m. Thursday Friday Saturday 11 a.m. 3 p.m. 11 a.m. 3 p.m. 7 p.m. 3 p.m. 11 p.m. 11 p.m. 11 p.m. Regular/Double Bingo Sessions: 'iO am,, 9 a.m 11 a m., 1 p m 3 p m 7 p. 9 p m 11 p m 1 am, 3 00 a m I06 Crazy Bingo 5 p ni 'v':"on 'All monies ar^ aggregate AB membership gOmes \vill be ptayed on paper Must us doubef. SAM'S TOVTN Where Locals Brins Their Friends [ I A M I • f^. n A : • r 1 f^' ''^ I i L D F H W A 1 DEATHS Artist-educator Frank dies 'i^Pe'" iO'ns A 44-year resident of Henderson, artist and educator Warren West Frank, died athome Feb. 16, 1996. He was 81. He was born July 24,1914, in Jamestown, N.Y. He began his 24-year career in 1952 at Basic High School as a teacher of art and English. He was also the first art instructor at UNLV. In 1961 he was appointed art consultant for the Clark County School District. Frank worked as a ranger with the Lake Mead National Park Service during the summers, giving tours of Hoover Dam and patrolling the lake. He influenced scores of students who lamed that art was academically comprehensive first, and creative second, leaving a legacy of many successful and talented people. His colleagues speak of his abilities as well as his wit, charm and humor. Those around him enjoyed his singing, dancing and guitar. The guitar accompanied him as much as his brush and paint on his wanderings. In the 1950s, as a member of the Lions Club Barber Shop Quartet, the group performed in Radio City Music Hall in New York City, winning second place nationally. His paintings hang throughout the valley. He donated an oil painting of the Three Kids Mine to the Clark County Heritage Museum. Another hangs in Basic High School, titled the "The Basic B," a rendering of the first "B" painted pn Black Mountain by the 1953 senior class. The Frank family genealogy has been traced back to 1640, shortly before the family came to America. He was a member of the National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution of the Empire State, descending fi"om Lawrence Frank, bom October 1747 in Frankfort, N.Y. The Frank family moved to a Philadelphia suburb, then settled on the Mohawk River in New York, where they built what was called Frank's Fort, in Herkimer County. The township and village where the fort was built still retains the name Frankfort. Frank's art career began after he graduated high school in Jamestown. He apprenticed with a local artist and began fi-eelancing in sign painting commercial and fine art. In partnership with tworart-. ists during the 1930s, he worked around western New York and eastern Pennsylvania. During the Great Depression, Frank "rode the rails," living the boxcar and hobo camp life and spent time in the CCC camps buildingroads, walls andbridges in Montana. He later studied voice and opera in New York City and Chicago. While in Chicago, he wanted to attend the Chicago Art Institute, but could not afford classes. He took a job as a janitor at the Institute and was soon able to enroll. His opera teacher realized Frank was equally talented in fine arts and music and that he had to choose between the two. Although Frank chose art, he was Robert A. 'Bob' bebsack Robert A. "Bob" Lebsack, 69, died Feb. 27, 1996, in a local hospital. He was born Nov. 3, 1926, in Denver, Colo., and was a veteran of the U.S. Navy, having served during World War II. A 10-year resident of Henderson, he had previously been a store planner and visual merchandise manager at Sears' Denver Group for 26 years. Most recently, he had been a guard with Pro-Tect for nine years. Lebsack was a Past Master of Fountain Valley Lodge #141, Past Patron of Glen Eyrie #8 OES, and a member of Colorado Consistory #1 and the Alkaly Shrine. The family suggest donations be made to the Shriners Hospital or a charity of choice. He is survived by his wife, Maryellen of Henderson; a daughter, Claudia Gibson of Colorado Springs, Colo., two grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Servces were private. Arrangements were handled by Nevada Funeral Service. Virginia T. IVIendoza Virginia T. Mendoza, 64, died Thursday, Feb. 29, 1996. in a local hospital. Born Dec. 25, 1931, in Los Angeles, Calif., the homemaker had been a Henderson resident since 1982. She had been a volunteer for Nathan Adelson Hospkie for many years. She is survived by her husband, Gregory E. of Henderson; a sister, Irene Nophwang of LeGrande, Ore.; three brothers, Fernando Troncoso of Montrose, Colo.; Jose Troncoso of Gresham, Ore. and Dave Troncoso of St. Louis, Mo. Services were held. Palm Mortuary handled arrangements. Wanda G. IVIann Wanda G. Mann, 79, of Henderson, died Feb. 27,1996. Born 1944, in Daniels, Utah, she was a homemaker. Mann was a member of the LDS Church, the Democratic Central Committee, Past State PTA President, Clark County Volunteer Counselor of the Year, Girl Scout leader, and a graduate of Basic High School in 1957 (first Clark County adult). She is survived by three daughters, Shirlee Long of North Las Vegas, Pauline Lowman and Connie VonHendricks, both of Las Vegas; a son, Liberty E. Ill of San Diego, Calif.; a sister, Wilma Reno of Henderson; three brothers, Ferrol Gordon of Rock Springs, Wy., Bob Richardson of Park City, Utah, and Don Richardson of Heber, Utah; 12 grandchildren; 22 great grandchildren; and one greatgreat grandchild. Sen/k:es were held Saturday. Arrangements were handled by. Palm Mortuary of Henderson. GREEN VALLEY AREA n uja Gated Community Executive Homes From The $160,000's \i^smmi.rfimi. UD TO 3,638 So. Ft. a-* & 7 Bedrooms ilia OflVc O^n DJiW I0inil^5pm 435-7120 *niVflt MM VOOMMHf • AljKMlTtAMAotMi •SMKslMHms •ZtM^FwtmiWkr Hl|kS(M Wm^ recruiting team Sergeant First Class Guy Cooper is the newest recruiter to join the Las Vegas recruiting team. Anative of Akron, Ohio, Cooper has served in the Army for 16 years. He comes to the Green Valley Recruiting Station from a previous assignment at HHC 304th Signal Battalion, Seoul, Korea. "I am anxious to meet the young men and women in this area," Cooper said. The Army has a lot to offer them—$30,000 for college, bonuses up to $6,000 and a chance to be all they can be yAa\e serving their country." Th pubUc is invited to meet ihe newest member of the Las Vegas Green Valley Recruiting Team. Cooper's office is located at 732 S. Boulder Highway in Henderson, or call 566-6766. Warren West Frank active in both fields until shortly before his death. In 1942, he enlisted in the U.S. Coast Guard as an apprentice seaman, attended the Coast Guard Academy, and served on the USS Orlando off New Foundland. "^ After World War II, he attended the University of Arizona at Tempe, earning a bachelor's degree in art and a master's degree in English literature. West is survived by many friends, and his faithful dog Spike, who is as feisty and beloved as his master was. At Frank's request, there will be no services. Palm Mortuary in Henderson handled the cremation. Kite Expo Saturday The Flying Colors Kite Expo will take place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, March 10, north of Sam Boyd Stadium, next to Silver Bowl Park on Broadbent Road. Clark County Parks and Recreation are sponsoring the family event. The first 400 people can build and decorate their own sled kite with materials and instructions provided during a kite building workshop set to begin at 10 a.m. Festivities will include kite flyfng demonstrations by the Wings of Wind Stunt Kite Team, a fun-fly time with instructions and flying tips avsulable from professional flyers, contests for the children, and hourly drawings for prizes from Nevada Kite and Ski. The VOICE Volunteer Clown Troupe, in costume, will be at the Kite Expo from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., providing free face painting and balloons for the kids. Participants may bring their own kites or purchase them there. Co-sponsors are 94.1 JAMZ Nevada Kite and Ski, and Saturn of West Sahara. For more information, call. 455-8206. ffll!'!?:-: T^ St. Rose Dominican Hospital & Joseph W. Jolinson; M.D. announce the relocation of his Family Practice/Occupational Medicine omce effective Fetruary 27, 1996 Josepk W. Jolinson, M.D., LTD. 106 E. Lake Mead Drive, Suite 104 For Appointments Please Call 565-8911 Clisi;;;; liHi5';tliii;:3ll i m HERE'S SOME FOOD FOR THOUGHT. With three new palate-pleasers, there's never been a v : .,^ better time to dine at ^; > the Showboat. ; ^, i -^ 1 lb. Alaskan King Crab Legs $9.95 In the Plantation Room, includes soup or salad. Special good from 5pm, Tuesday thru Saturday. 1 lb. Langostinos $9.95 At Di Napoli, includes Chianti wine and your choice of pasta. Special good from 5pm, Thursday thru Monday. 16oz. Pbrterhouse Steak $7.95 In the Coffee Shop, includes soup or salad. Special good any time, daily. OWBQ&T! 2800 Fremont Street. At the Top of The Boulder Strip REG. '699 SALE ^439 5 PC. SET ALUMONT REG. M 599 SALE'1072 SINGLE CHAIR METAL & WOOD REG. "SS ^ NOW ^49 4 LIGHT POLE SLIGHT DAMAGE LIMITED SUPPLY REG. "eeg SALE $ 299 METAL & WOOD ROCKER REG'119 NOW WHILE $^0 THEY LAST f^ PUNTER GREEN ONLY REG. '32.95 SALE '17.50 OUTDOOR LIGHTING DESIGN CONSULTANT AVAILABLE INC @|yim)@€@/lt '*IT LASTS" FACTORY DIRECT 2248 SPRING MOUNTAIN ROAD ACROSS FROM TREASURE ISLAND PARKING LOT MAJOR CREDIT CARDS DAILY 10-5 aOSED SUNDAY 791-5558 WE SHIP ANYWHERE 791-5558

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. i .. .1.1.1 MiP^^^^^^W Pag* 6 Henderson Home News Tuesday. March 5,1996 Tuesday, March 5,1996 Henderson Home News Page? GVHS NEWS BRIEFS January Students of MoiUh named The following students were named Green Valley High School Students of the Month for January 1996: Autumn Willhoit, Art; Catherine McCoy, Business; Ashley Huffaker, English; Cholyong Kim, Foreign Language; Christine Stockinger, Health/Driver's Education/Careers; andBenito Ozuna, Home Economics; Also, Ryan Geiger, Individualized Programs; Mark Potokar, Industrial Arts; David Sommer, Mathematics; Cassandra Chesnik, Performing Arts; Timette McKenna, Physical Education; Ferico Mawanay, Science; and India Rogas, Social Studies. Huflfaker was also selected as overall Student of the Month for the month. Students are honored with a certificate and a luncheon at Godfather's Pizza. Their pictures arefeaturedon the display board in the reception area of the school counseling office. Yukes named Coca Cola semifinalist Senior Jolene E. Yukes, a Green Valley High School senior, has been selected one of 1,828 semifinaHsts from more than 122,000 applicants through-out the U.S. in the 1995-96 CocaCola Scholars Program. She was recognized for outstanding leadership, achievements and potential. The 150 students selected as finalists will be asked to aj:,!tend the 1996 Scholars Weekend to be ^eld April 25-28, in Atlanta, wjjere tie students will be interviewed and evaluated by the national selection committee Travel, housing, and meals will be provided by the CocaCola Scholars Foundation, which will award 50 national scholarships of $20,000 and 100 regional scholarships of$4,000. Letters informing semifmalists of their status will be mailed the first week of March 1996. Jolene Yukes Cheerleaders place first Green Valley High School congratulates the Junior Varsity and Freshmen Cheerleaders for placing first in their division at the USA Nationals held recently in Anaheim, California. The Green Valley High School Varsity Cheerleaders also place first in local competition. Ebert published Green Valley High School science department coordinator, Ellen Ebert, will have an article, "Multimedia, STS, and the High School Science Classroom: A THE NEWS COVERS YOUR COMMUNITY Great Food! Great Fun! Great Place! Mondnv Broastcd Chicken ih/c, potato (I Tuesday Choice Top Sii loin & nith polald (iiul Thursday Italian Bmtd — Wednesday Roast Pork & Dressing with iiHislicd potatoes & i^ravy All Dinners Include Our World Famous "All You Can Eat" Salad Bar. Offer available 5-10pm only. JANUARY STUDENTS—Top row: Ashley Huffaker, Benito Ozuna, David Sommer, Cholyong Kim, Timette IMcKenna; middle: Ferico Mawanay, Catherine McCoy, Christine Stockinger,lndia Rogas; bottom: Cassandra Chesnik, Mark Potokar, Ryan Geiger and Autumn Willhoit. CASINO & RESTAURANT Collaborative Project," published in the May issue of International Society for Technology in Education "Learning and Leading with Technology." Paaoao named February Support Staff Green Valley High School congratulates Bob Paaoao, as February Support Staff. Born in Hawaii and a Honolulu policeman for 16 years, he moved to Las Vegas eight years ago and worked at K 0. Knudson before joining the Green Valley High School team 2 1/2 years ago, assisting with the instrumental music program. He organizes, coordinates, and monitors many projects for students in our three awardwinning bands. He enjoys his work and serves as a calming influence in the frenetic world of performing arts. He tackles his assignments with one part determination and one part twinkle in his eye.' An avid bowler, he and his.. wife, Carol, enjoy traveling. Most of all, he loves entertaining; his expertise with the ukelele has brightened many Bob Paaoao 5.lives including the lives of students in music appreciation classes. In the words of the islands, "Mahalo Nui Loa" thank you very much. Paaoao received a Rae's Restaurant gift certificate, a Green Valley High School yearbook, a gift certificate from Gloria Jean's Coffee Bean Shoppe, a personal parking space for the month, a Staff of the Month T-Shirt and a framed certificate. Fishing Derby Saturday The annual Adult and Senior Fishing Derby will take place from 8 a.m. to noon Saturday, March 9, at Sunset Park Lake, 2575 E. Sunset Road. ; The event is free for those aged 18 and older, and is sponsored by Clark County Parks and Recreation. PVizes, in two age categories of 18-54 and 55 and older, will be awarded for largest fish, heaviest three-fish stringer and most accurate casting. ; • Awards will include 'guided fishing tours on Lake Mead, a two-night stay for two at Laughlin's Gold River, dinners for two, gifts from local hotels, fishing gear and sporting goods, golfing packages and Lake Mead cruises. For more information, call Outdoor Adventures, 455-8289. MARCH BREAKFAST SPECIALS 11 p.m. to 11 a.m. 2 Eggs, Bacon or Sausage Hashbrowns, gL£%c toast & coffee 69 with this couDon 725 Racetrack Rd. (Behind Kmart) Henderson For info call 566-5555 S CASINO Pre^Spring Patio Sale Brisht New Colors Hi^estJ^uality Great Prices W. Charleston Store 878-6162 &r W. CterlMton (W of Jones) and Mrs.^afto Green Valley Store 436-7736 V^ 19M W. fuisC (At VaBt Vtnto) uppoRT YOUR • COMMUNITY NEWSPAPER I BouUler Huy., l Block South of Sunset Rd., Henderson 5(15-9116 ^^: :^ 100 E. Uke Mead • 565-4646 Dr. Miles and Staff want to wish our patients a Happy Birthday for the month of March K Stacy Hardy Sameena Sapp Kerri Nelson April Leombruno H Lori Olsen Shawn Conner Becky Schoeo Nona Taylor fj Becky Laughter Courtney Tessier Cooper Fouts Chad Workman f Kimberly Mackey Matthew Wofford Dustin Banks Seth Trodahl Michael Archer Elaine Marino Teresa Ashford Tiffany Coe Jason Bauer Cortney Durand Eloise Neumiller Jon Loiselle Fiona Morris Allison Boyle Jessica Russo James Loiselle Daniel Bollard Jason Hafen Louis Manino Alan Stayton Christopher Dobb Tim Stycr Jennifer Stewart Matt Salerno Karen Sailon Mary-Neil Cole Robert Cowan Tessa Evans Nicole Aldrich Adrienne Hayter Heather Russo Shane Myers Ashley Marchant —^-^" .-————-^_5^ -o—-rr;:::^^^^^ ~ ^^^dfe= ^^^=^ ^^^=:M Wont Bigger And Better? BINGO. $1,000* Guaranteed Coverall and $1,000* 2nd Chance In Sessions Listed Below Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday 11 a.m. 3 p.m. 11a.m. 3 p.m. 3 p.m. 7 p.m. 3 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 11-p.m. 11p.m. 11p.m. 11p.m. Thursday Friday Saturday 11 a.m. 3 p.m. 11 a.m. 3 p.m. 7 p.m. 3 p.m. 11 p.m. 11 p.m. 11 p.m. Regular/Double Bingo Sessions: 'iO am,, 9 a.m 11 a m., 1 p m 3 p m 7 p. 9 p m 11 p m 1 am, 3 00 a m I06 Crazy Bingo 5 p ni 'v':"on 'All monies ar^ aggregate AB membership gOmes \vill be ptayed on paper Must us doubef. SAM'S TOVTN Where Locals Brins Their Friends [ I A M I • f^. n A : • r 1 f^' ''^ I i L D F H W A 1 DEATHS Artist-educator Frank dies 'i^Pe'" iO'ns A 44-year resident of Henderson, artist and educator Warren West Frank, died athome Feb. 16, 1996. He was 81. He was born July 24,1914, in Jamestown, N.Y. He began his 24-year career in 1952 at Basic High School as a teacher of art and English. He was also the first art instructor at UNLV. In 1961 he was appointed art consultant for the Clark County School District. Frank worked as a ranger with the Lake Mead National Park Service during the summers, giving tours of Hoover Dam and patrolling the lake. He influenced scores of students who lamed that art was academically comprehensive first, and creative second, leaving a legacy of many successful and talented people. His colleagues speak of his abilities as well as his wit, charm and humor. Those around him enjoyed his singing, dancing and guitar. The guitar accompanied him as much as his brush and paint on his wanderings. In the 1950s, as a member of the Lions Club Barber Shop Quartet, the group performed in Radio City Music Hall in New York City, winning second place nationally. His paintings hang throughout the valley. He donated an oil painting of the Three Kids Mine to the Clark County Heritage Museum. Another hangs in Basic High School, titled the "The Basic B," a rendering of the first "B" painted pn Black Mountain by the 1953 senior class. The Frank family genealogy has been traced back to 1640, shortly before the family came to America. He was a member of the National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution of the Empire State, descending fi"om Lawrence Frank, bom October 1747 in Frankfort, N.Y. The Frank family moved to a Philadelphia suburb, then settled on the Mohawk River in New York, where they built what was called Frank's Fort, in Herkimer County. The township and village where the fort was built still retains the name Frankfort. Frank's art career began after he graduated high school in Jamestown. He apprenticed with a local artist and began fi-eelancing in sign painting commercial and fine art. In partnership with tworart-. ists during the 1930s, he worked around western New York and eastern Pennsylvania. During the Great Depression, Frank "rode the rails," living the boxcar and hobo camp life and spent time in the CCC camps buildingroads, walls andbridges in Montana. He later studied voice and opera in New York City and Chicago. While in Chicago, he wanted to attend the Chicago Art Institute, but could not afford classes. He took a job as a janitor at the Institute and was soon able to enroll. His opera teacher realized Frank was equally talented in fine arts and music and that he had to choose between the two. Although Frank chose art, he was Robert A. 'Bob' bebsack Robert A. "Bob" Lebsack, 69, died Feb. 27, 1996, in a local hospital. He was born Nov. 3, 1926, in Denver, Colo., and was a veteran of the U.S. Navy, having served during World War II. A 10-year resident of Henderson, he had previously been a store planner and visual merchandise manager at Sears' Denver Group for 26 years. Most recently, he had been a guard with Pro-Tect for nine years. Lebsack was a Past Master of Fountain Valley Lodge #141, Past Patron of Glen Eyrie #8 OES, and a member of Colorado Consistory #1 and the Alkaly Shrine. The family suggest donations be made to the Shriners Hospital or a charity of choice. He is survived by his wife, Maryellen of Henderson; a daughter, Claudia Gibson of Colorado Springs, Colo., two grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Servces were private. Arrangements were handled by Nevada Funeral Service. Virginia T. IVIendoza Virginia T. Mendoza, 64, died Thursday, Feb. 29, 1996. in a local hospital. Born Dec. 25, 1931, in Los Angeles, Calif., the homemaker had been a Henderson resident since 1982. She had been a volunteer for Nathan Adelson Hospkie for many years. She is survived by her husband, Gregory E. of Henderson; a sister, Irene Nophwang of LeGrande, Ore.; three brothers, Fernando Troncoso of Montrose, Colo.; Jose Troncoso of Gresham, Ore. and Dave Troncoso of St. Louis, Mo. Services were held. Palm Mortuary handled arrangements. Wanda G. IVIann Wanda G. Mann, 79, of Henderson, died Feb. 27,1996. Born 1944, in Daniels, Utah, she was a homemaker. Mann was a member of the LDS Church, the Democratic Central Committee, Past State PTA President, Clark County Volunteer Counselor of the Year, Girl Scout leader, and a graduate of Basic High School in 1957 (first Clark County adult). She is survived by three daughters, Shirlee Long of North Las Vegas, Pauline Lowman and Connie VonHendricks, both of Las Vegas; a son, Liberty E. Ill of San Diego, Calif.; a sister, Wilma Reno of Henderson; three brothers, Ferrol Gordon of Rock Springs, Wy., Bob Richardson of Park City, Utah, and Don Richardson of Heber, Utah; 12 grandchildren; 22 great grandchildren; and one greatgreat grandchild. Sen/k:es were held Saturday. Arrangements were handled by. Palm Mortuary of Henderson. GREEN VALLEY AREA n uja Gated Community Executive Homes From The $160,000's \i^smmi.rfimi. UD TO 3,638 So. Ft. a-* & 7 Bedrooms ilia OflVc O^n DJiW I0inil^5pm 435-7120 *niVflt MM VOOMMHf • AljKMlTtAMAotMi •SMKslMHms •ZtM^FwtmiWkr Hl|kS(M Wm^ recruiting team Sergeant First Class Guy Cooper is the newest recruiter to join the Las Vegas recruiting team. Anative of Akron, Ohio, Cooper has served in the Army for 16 years. He comes to the Green Valley Recruiting Station from a previous assignment at HHC 304th Signal Battalion, Seoul, Korea. "I am anxious to meet the young men and women in this area," Cooper said. The Army has a lot to offer them—$30,000 for college, bonuses up to $6,000 and a chance to be all they can be yAa\e serving their country." Th pubUc is invited to meet ihe newest member of the Las Vegas Green Valley Recruiting Team. Cooper's office is located at 732 S. Boulder Highway in Henderson, or call 566-6766. Warren West Frank active in both fields until shortly before his death. In 1942, he enlisted in the U.S. Coast Guard as an apprentice seaman, attended the Coast Guard Academy, and served on the USS Orlando off New Foundland. "^ After World War II, he attended the University of Arizona at Tempe, earning a bachelor's degree in art and a master's degree in English literature. West is survived by many friends, and his faithful dog Spike, who is as feisty and beloved as his master was. At Frank's request, there will be no services. Palm Mortuary in Henderson handled the cremation. Kite Expo Saturday The Flying Colors Kite Expo will take place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, March 10, north of Sam Boyd Stadium, next to Silver Bowl Park on Broadbent Road. Clark County Parks and Recreation are sponsoring the family event. The first 400 people can build and decorate their own sled kite with materials and instructions provided during a kite building workshop set to begin at 10 a.m. Festivities will include kite flyfng demonstrations by the Wings of Wind Stunt Kite Team, a fun-fly time with instructions and flying tips avsulable from professional flyers, contests for the children, and hourly drawings for prizes from Nevada Kite and Ski. The VOICE Volunteer Clown Troupe, in costume, will be at the Kite Expo from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., providing free face painting and balloons for the kids. Participants may bring their own kites or purchase them there. Co-sponsors are 94.1 JAMZ Nevada Kite and Ski, and Saturn of West Sahara. For more information, call. 455-8206. ffll!'!?:-: T^ St. Rose Dominican Hospital & Joseph W. Jolinson; M.D. announce the relocation of his Family Practice/Occupational Medicine omce effective Fetruary 27, 1996 Josepk W. Jolinson, M.D., LTD. 106 E. Lake Mead Drive, Suite 104 For Appointments Please Call 565-8911 Clisi;;;; liHi5';tliii;:3ll i m HERE'S SOME FOOD FOR THOUGHT. With three new palate-pleasers, there's never been a v : .,^ better time to dine at ^; > the Showboat. ; ^, i -^ 1 lb. Alaskan King Crab Legs $9.95 In the Plantation Room, includes soup or salad. Special good from 5pm, Tuesday thru Saturday. 1 lb. Langostinos $9.95 At Di Napoli, includes Chianti wine and your choice of pasta. Special good from 5pm, Thursday thru Monday. 16oz. Pbrterhouse Steak $7.95 In the Coffee Shop, includes soup or salad. Special good any time, daily. OWBQ&T! 2800 Fremont Street. At the Top of The Boulder Strip REG. '699 SALE ^439 5 PC. SET ALUMONT REG. M 599 SALE'1072 SINGLE CHAIR METAL & WOOD REG. "SS ^ NOW ^49 4 LIGHT POLE SLIGHT DAMAGE LIMITED SUPPLY REG. "eeg SALE $ 299 METAL & WOOD ROCKER REG'119 NOW WHILE $^0 THEY LAST f^ PUNTER GREEN ONLY REG. '32.95 SALE '17.50 OUTDOOR LIGHTING DESIGN CONSULTANT AVAILABLE INC @|yim)@€@/lt '*IT LASTS" FACTORY DIRECT 2248 SPRING MOUNTAIN ROAD ACROSS FROM TREASURE ISLAND PARKING LOT MAJOR CREDIT CARDS DAILY 10-5 aOSED SUNDAY 791-5558 WE SHIP ANYWHERE 791-5558

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I wm i ui i 1 1 l ."^ ^WWy^^ 1 Page 8 Henderson Home News Tuesday, March 5,1996 Tuesday, March 5,1996 Henderson Home News Pag* 9 Panda Express opens 200th site HIGHEST YIELDING CDs INIHE The 200th Panda Express restaurant opened Wednesday at the Galleria Mall. The Panda Management Co. said it is the fifth Panda Express site in Nevada. This is another milestone for Panda Management," said Andrew Cherng, chairman and founder. 'Twenty-threeyears ago when I started Panda restaurants with one outlet, I could only have dreamed it would become the largest Chinese food chain in the U.S." Fast, fresh and healthy, gourmet Chinese food is prepared the traditional Chinese way, with fresh meats and vegetables, stirfried in woks. The open-kitchen food court design of the outlets allow cusBeyond the Beach at new Galleria Beyond the Beach, one of California's fastest-growing retail chains, opened its 24th store Wednesday in the new Galleria at Sunset in Henderson. The company also has a Las Vegas store in the Forum Shops at Caesars, along with others in Southern California and Hawaii. Dan Goodman, founder and president, describes the store as the ultimate shopping experience for people of all ages who enjoy the informal Nevada lifestyle. He also pointed out that the chain is the largest sunglass specialist in the western U.S. "Beyond the Beach offers an extensive collection of playful, sophisticated apparel, alongwith one ofthewest's biggest and best selection of brand-name sunglasses," Goodman said. Tet, we're always very price conscious." "In sunglasses, we guarantee the lowest retail prices," he said. Sunglass lines include RayBan, Revo, Serengeti, Stussy, Giorgio Armani, Guess, Black Flys, Quiksijver.^ Ralph Lauren, Liz Claiborne, Suncloud, DKNY and more. The business also features exclusive sunglass lines offering a wide variety of popular styles, according to Goodman. "Our Ultimate Optics, Yoshi and PE lines are designed and manufactured to exacting specifications by the world's leading lens and frame makers, Goodman said. These exclusive lines provide styling and quality comparable to the finest national brandfr at savings of 50% and more." The Henderson store offers a wide variety of the newest, hottest fashions for men and women —shorts, T-shirts, dresses, tops, resort wear, swim wear, hats and accessories—from such famous makers as Mossimo, No Fear, Quiksilver, Roxy, Stussy, Rusty, Girl Star and Billabong. Beyond the Beach stores create a casual, fun shopping environment, Goodman said, with palm trees, hardwood floors, brick accent walls and huge, colorful back-lit photos. The first store opened in Dana Point, Calif, in 1986, an outgrowth of the company's highly successful San Diego-based Pacific Eyes & T's sunglass and casual apparel stores. The chain now operates 43 Beyond the Beach and Pacific Eyes & T's stores throughout San Diego, Los Angeles and Orange counties, Hawaii, Arizona and Las Vegas. ^^ Portrait business opens Expressly Portraits, a nationwide chain of portrait studios, opened at The Galleria at Sunset in Henderson. It is the only retailer in the Galleria to offer professional portraits ready to take home and share as quickly as one hour after a sitting. —-v,--,--^;-—Th e studi ah as been providing photography services throughout the U.S. since 1988. Gil Salis is manager of the Henderson studio. The full-service portrait studio features a wide variety of packages for children, families, glamour, pets, graduation, bridal or business portraits. As part of its grand opening celebration. Expressly Portraits is ofFering an introductory $9.95 portrait package, to make it easy and affordable for Henderson residents to experience the quality of the studio. "We're excited to open our new studio in The Galleria at Sunset" said Peter Harris, president of the national retail chain. "We think that Henderson residents will eiyoy Expressly Portraits' quality portrait experience, as well as the convenience of receiving their portraits in the same day they were taken," said Harris. The business offers private studios and friendly, talented photographers who take the time to create the portraityou want— with a scheduled appointment or on a walk-in basis. Customers receive their choice of poses, professional props or backgrounds, designed to make the portrait experience fim and easy. The studio offers a 100% money back guarantee if customers are not completely satisfied with their portraits. THE NEWS COVERS YOUR COMMUNITY nNE ANTIQUE 8 ESTATE AUCTION SUNDAY, MAR. 10th at 12:00 Noon (Previewit II:OOA.M.) 30 years of collection condensed to 400 lots! Estate of Y.S. Sun & H. Rennie plus property of others. 8 pc. carved Spanish Dining Suite with China Buffet • Lg. Country French Oak Table • Elegant French Bedroom Suite • Two Lg. Magnificent Marriage Cabinet • Louis XV Bronze Ormolu Desk • March Top Hall Tables • Various Consoles • Chest Occasional Tables & Chairs • China • Crystal • Glassware • Chandelier • Paintings • Fine Arts • Collection of Oriental Accent Pieces. Collections of the Finest Persian & Oriental Handmade Rugs on the West Coast. Oneof the largest Auctioneers of gorgeous Rugs Bokara, Kashan, Main, Sarouk, Tabriz, Aubussion, Isfahan, Chinese, Afghan, Turkish, Wools & Silks, Old private collector's pieces,one of a kind Rugs. HENDERSON CONVENTION CENTER 200 WATER ST. Corxlucled by Chi Art i OavKfs OnaoUl Rugi • 10% Prwmum • AucHonMr Ku I f tomers to customize their own meals from a wide variety of popular and exotic Chinese entrees, appetizers and side dishes. This has been a year of tremendous growth," said Reggie Fils-Aime, vice president of marketing for Panda, '^e successfully entered new markets and we are positive our innovative strategies for 1996 will prove to be as beneficial. We are taking the largest Chinese food chain and making it even bigger and better." Panda Management Co., the nation's fastest-growing operator of Chinese restaurants, currently has 25 locations in 27 states, including seven Panda Inn restaurants, seven Hibachi-San restaurants and one Kitchen Garden restaurant. FDIC INSURED g-61 O/o NO CHARGES NO FEES SEIBT FINANCIAL SERVICES 2620 Regatta Dr. #207B (Summertin) 341-5902 4451 E. Sunset Rd. #9 (Green Valley) 898-3587 8645 W. Sahara (The Lakes) 254-6613 •Average Annual Yield as of 03-04-96 Pretzels are new craze at mall Pretzels are now a billion dollar a year industry. And Auntie Anne's Hand-Rolled Soft Pretzels, a chain of hand-rolled, pretzel-making shops is out to win area shoppers. Bill and Jane Radoff and Suzi and Bob Fiore are the owners of the Auntie Anne's store at the Galleria mall. Nick Fiore, the Fiores' son, will manage the store. "We are very proud to be opening the first Auntie Anne's in Nevada," said Bill. "Pretzels are the perfect high carbohydrate, low fat, back to basics kind of snack people are looking for today. It's exciting for us to provide Auntie Anne's soft pretzels to the Las Vegas area," said Bob. Anne Beile founded the company in 1988, and stumbled upon the secret recipe by accident after acquiring a business in a farmer's market near Lancaster County, Penn. • One day, a supplier delivered the wrong ingredients. The resulting pretzel was disappointing, and she compensated by adding other ingredients. Her new pretzel won a following among discriminating pretzel eaters. In 1989, the company began to franchise. Today, there are 350 Auntie Anne's stores, and new units open at about five per month. Two stories are in Indonesia and one in the Philippines. "Consumers love the product. And they also love to watch it being rolled, twisted and baked right before their eyes," said Bill. "It's a presentation that's unique to our business. Our customers get to see the long strip of dough being twisted and rolled into the familiar pretzel shape just for them." The shape was developed in the 7th century by an Italian monk who rewarded students by giving them baked scraps of leftover bread. The dough twist resembled students who folded their arms across their chests when praying. He called them "pretiola," Latin for "little rewards." When the Dutch emigrated to Pennsylvania, they brought a love for pretzels. Today in Pennsylvania-Dutch homes, soft pretzels are baked fresh, handrolled and eaten hot from the oven. Auntie Anne's stores offer consumers taste, convenience and wholesomeness. Served without butter, Auntie Anne's Original Pretzel contains only one gram of fat, said a spokesman. Glazin' Raisin pretzels, although sweet and creamy, are so low in fat, they are practically fat-free, y: • • \ : • • • • -, • • ; ; • • • ,'. NEPTUNE SOCIETY $495 00 Simple Cremation Includes: Removal from place oj death. Preparation of death certificates and permits. Cremation, minimum urn and land scattering. Call 24 Hours 474-6699 Fully Licensed PRENEED ARKANCEMENTS Monthly Payments Total Costs No Hidden Charges 259-6667 1111 Las Vegas Blvd. No., • Las Vegas, NV 89101 Simple Direct Burial $995 Includes: Casket and Graveside Service at Veteran's Cemetery. I I Name I Address I City I Phone I Please rush me without obligation your special information Age State. -Zip For: Q Cremation Q Burial roi. ^ uimiioiMii I j wuiicu I I jpo v>>.^iioiIIiij Q Sea Scattering O .pepper iiMerriivea,^_ V GREAT COMBINED ^' MARCH SPECIAL 11p.m. to 11a.m. Hash browns, toast & coffee ""•"''~^" ~ 725 Racetrack Rd. (Behind Kmart) Henderson For info call 566-5555 CASIMO Featured on national television Including Entgertainment Tonight and National Geographic Explorer Series! ALL NEW for 1996! IVt hours of solid fimjiy entertainrntnt Clowns jui^gltrs Acrobats* Animals World most Inttlligtnt tiephant BUY ADVANCE TICKETi> AND SAVE! SUNDAY & MONDAY March 24 & 25 Wal-Mart In Henderson 300 E. Lake Mead Or. sponsored by: Greater Henderson Jaycees For info call 565-1151 Come early circus morning and watch the ^10 Top set up! Over $17,300.00 was donated by ttiese communityminded citizens and businesses for Henderson. This 'holiday' project was initiated by the Blue Ribbon Commission on Educational Excellence and Youth Opportunity. This commission asked local businesses to donate holiday monies to local schools to furnish a number of items identified by the schools. The items consisted of math, science, playground and band equipment, field trip expenses, books, computers and programs. The Blue Commission on Educational Excellence and Youth Opportunity will begin the 1996 project in the next few months. Gomez Consulting Group Jeffrey L. Burr Ltd. First Interstate Bank Selma Bartlett Robert E. Campbell Kathleen Luongo WLB Group 1995 Holiday List Project Benefits Schools Basic '86 reunion scheduled The Basic High School Class of 1986 will hold a reunion June 14-16. For more information, call 876-6700. GREAT FOOD FUN & FRIENDS 990 Breakfast 7 Selections to Choose From! I)ail,\ tVoni 1 I pin I Lini 11 Ml I III IT c",'r;:;r2.rB:," GIANT SHRMr COCKTAIL FIURS. PXSOR'CEURY fled to the txim with 602. of shfimp & sauce $495,,,,i„,^.Ri,, liHlii(ks.\l.lAOl-C\S-l..\TSahidli(ir'. HARLEM GLOBETROTTERS. Next itV m ^ '^filly Ray Nohlvy FOR JOMf SEltli I A I i< A 1.1 1 ^7,-;-'y//^ bro^.'j^'t to yok>v %m ON SALE NOW! THDRSDAY, MARCH 14 • 7:80 RM. TiaETS: $18, $14 1 $10 • Spedoi VIP sMts dso ovadoUe Mnts wrfihli ot iht nxms t Mod CMIW rdiii Offki. 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Investment expenses, as 'miscellaneous itemized expenses," are deductible to the extent that they exceed 2% of annual adjusted gross income. So, for example, if your AGI is $40,000, and you have $3,000 of miscellaneous expenses, including $1,000 of investmentrelated expenses, you can deduct $2,000. Keep in mind that investment expenses are subject also to the overall Umit on itemized deductions for taxpayers with AGIs in excess of $114,700 (up from $111,800 in 1994). It's important to understand what qualifies as a legitimate investment expense. What is deductible? For starters, deductible investment expenses must be incurred to produce or collect income or to manage, conserve or maintain property held for producing income. Investment expenses incurred to produce tax-exempt income are not deductible. Examples of qualified expenses include the following •Accounting fees incurred to keep accurate records of investment income or to help assess the tax impact of investment strategy. •Automatic reinvestment service and dividend reinvestment plan monthly service charges. •Custodian fees for holding shares, collecting and reinvesting cash dividends, and recordkeeping. •Investment counselor or management fees (except those incurred to obtain advice on taxfree investments). •Investment publications, books, and newsletters that relate to investments you manage or hold. •Safe deposit box rentals to store income-producing documents, such as stocks and bonds. You also may deduct the depreciation of a computer used for investment purposes. Strict rules apply here, however. If you use your computer for investment purposes as well as for personal use, you'll need to accurately determine investment usage versus personal usage to calculate your deduction. What's not deductible? Some investment-related costs, however, are not considered miscellaneous expenses. For example, rental property and the expenses of producing rental income are deducted from gross income on Schedule E. Other investment-related costs are non-deductible, such as: expenses for attending shareholder meetings, investment convention's or seminars: subscriptions for general business periodicals that include investment advice; and travel to examine income-producing property you are considering to purchase. The Nevada Society of CPAs says understanding the difference between deductible and non-deductible investment expenses is important because it will help you to avoid errors on your tax return—errors that could possibly trigger closer scrutiny by the IRS. 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 "05. Reno, Nevada 89502. 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This month's panel will feature Paula Brown, president of JB Chemical Co., Inc.; Scott Schulz, owner ofWallunits Etc.; and Tina Rogers, owner/partner of KramerRogers Advertising. Past panelists have included Dean Welsh of Developers Marketing Group and Dick Feeney, producer of Viva Las Vegas and the Flying Elvi. The cost is $10 and includes hors d'oeuvres and a no-host bar. PSI seminars, is a worldwide, non-profiteducational corporation that has trained more than 250,000 people worldwide on professional success and growth. Locally, more than 15,000 people have graduated from the educational course. For more information, or to reserve a seat, call Tatia Brunson, 364-1777. Habitat for Humanity projects updated Construction of two homes in Henderson is proceeding—but more slowly than originally planned—at 1900 Merze Ave. and 1901 Beardon Ave. As of Feb. 12, framing, trusses, roof sheathing, electrical and plumbing roughing and HVAC ducting was complete for the Cordova family home on Beardon. The slab and underground plumbing for the McComb home on Merze is complete, but Habitat cannot continue construction until they have a lumber "package." According to C.T. Wang, executive director, "We need either a lumber package donation-inkind, or a $4,000 donation to purchase the lumber." Norm Jacobson, construction superintendent for Habitat, said, "as soon as we get an OK from the building inspector, we'll begin stucco 'wrapping" as well as insulation and drywall on the Cordova family home." Notwithstanding the lumber package interruption, progress has been remarkable considering the ground breaking ceremony HABITAT HOME—Volunteer John Robinson puts finishing touches on electric service panel on Habitat home in Henderson. took place only two months ago and Habitat has been operating on faith donations. Habitat has been encouraged by the many committed and willing volunteers who show up faithfully—Mondays through Saturdays—to lend their love, skills and expertise to the worthy cause. The goal is to have both families moved in by Easter. What is needed now is a $40,000 infusion of cash, said a Habitat spokesman. Any contribution, big or small, wfill go to compete the homes. All excess cash will go to meet the goal of 10 more homes in 1996, growing to 100 homes in the year 2000, when the organization will have built another 200 decent homes. • '. • :>' • • v .v Achiisvement of this go'aT translates to a total of 211 homes for families who will have been offered the opportunity to climb out of the poverty cycle. Habitat For Humanity is asking for the public's help. Send contributions to: Habitat For Humanity Las Vegas, 4375 E. StewartAve., Las Vegas, NV 89110. For more information on home ownership applications or donations, call 453-0406. MCOIOBE lUENEXTWINiR! Carol Dobromsky 1995 Dodge Ram Truck •Value $21,000 Five Day Mexican Cruise & 25" Television Bob Taylor Janice & James Murphy 25" Television John Freels You Could Be Next! The Roadrunner Casino has given away countles.s prizes to our Henderson customers. You can win a cruise to Mexico in our paycheck cash(3ISEI ing drawings or new, 25" color TV's ih our special four-of-a-kind promotion. It's so easy to qualify, you could be ihe next winner! Boulder Highway & Major • 754 South Boulder Highway • 566-9999 Masons to hold meeting A social club for all Masons and their ladies will hold its second social at 1 p.m. Wednesday at Rae's, 2531 Wigwam Parkway (at Pecos). Reservations are required. Call Frank Cunningham, 4512344. ST. PATRICK'S DAY GIVEAWAYS ARJE UNDERWAY! THE ALYSTRA Casino will be giving away $1,700.00 DOIJIiLi: v<)i;u I'AVC :iitc:K.s DIIAWINC; .S.. ..,;i l..r Ofl.iiN 7^ Call for FREE Shuttla Strvica Sunday, March 17th, 1996 on St Patrick's Day, Drawing will be held at 8:00 P.M. MUST BE present to win...See Cage for Details. ADDITIONAL CASH, GIFTS 4 PRIZES throughout March GET READY FOR WEDNESDAYS 2 SENIORS EAT FOR THE PRICE OF 1 MONDAY NIGHT SPECIAL BARBtCUEO PORK RtUS Mon-Thufs liam-4pm LUNCH SPECIAL GRILLE HOUSE DIP Rg U SC NOW $2.99 Mon Thurs *cm 11 pm DINNER SPECIAL •oi. 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I wm i ui i 1 1 l ."^ ^WWy^^ 1 Page 8 Henderson Home News Tuesday, March 5,1996 Tuesday, March 5,1996 Henderson Home News Pag* 9 Panda Express opens 200th site HIGHEST YIELDING CDs INIHE The 200th Panda Express restaurant opened Wednesday at the Galleria Mall. The Panda Management Co. said it is the fifth Panda Express site in Nevada. This is another milestone for Panda Management," said Andrew Cherng, chairman and founder. 'Twenty-threeyears ago when I started Panda restaurants with one outlet, I could only have dreamed it would become the largest Chinese food chain in the U.S." Fast, fresh and healthy, gourmet Chinese food is prepared the traditional Chinese way, with fresh meats and vegetables, stirfried in woks. The open-kitchen food court design of the outlets allow cusBeyond the Beach at new Galleria Beyond the Beach, one of California's fastest-growing retail chains, opened its 24th store Wednesday in the new Galleria at Sunset in Henderson. The company also has a Las Vegas store in the Forum Shops at Caesars, along with others in Southern California and Hawaii. Dan Goodman, founder and president, describes the store as the ultimate shopping experience for people of all ages who enjoy the informal Nevada lifestyle. He also pointed out that the chain is the largest sunglass specialist in the western U.S. "Beyond the Beach offers an extensive collection of playful, sophisticated apparel, alongwith one ofthewest's biggest and best selection of brand-name sunglasses," Goodman said. Tet, we're always very price conscious." "In sunglasses, we guarantee the lowest retail prices," he said. Sunglass lines include RayBan, Revo, Serengeti, Stussy, Giorgio Armani, Guess, Black Flys, Quiksijver.^ Ralph Lauren, Liz Claiborne, Suncloud, DKNY and more. The business also features exclusive sunglass lines offering a wide variety of popular styles, according to Goodman. "Our Ultimate Optics, Yoshi and PE lines are designed and manufactured to exacting specifications by the world's leading lens and frame makers, Goodman said. These exclusive lines provide styling and quality comparable to the finest national brandfr at savings of 50% and more." The Henderson store offers a wide variety of the newest, hottest fashions for men and women —shorts, T-shirts, dresses, tops, resort wear, swim wear, hats and accessories—from such famous makers as Mossimo, No Fear, Quiksilver, Roxy, Stussy, Rusty, Girl Star and Billabong. Beyond the Beach stores create a casual, fun shopping environment, Goodman said, with palm trees, hardwood floors, brick accent walls and huge, colorful back-lit photos. The first store opened in Dana Point, Calif, in 1986, an outgrowth of the company's highly successful San Diego-based Pacific Eyes & T's sunglass and casual apparel stores. The chain now operates 43 Beyond the Beach and Pacific Eyes & T's stores throughout San Diego, Los Angeles and Orange counties, Hawaii, Arizona and Las Vegas. ^^ Portrait business opens Expressly Portraits, a nationwide chain of portrait studios, opened at The Galleria at Sunset in Henderson. It is the only retailer in the Galleria to offer professional portraits ready to take home and share as quickly as one hour after a sitting. —-v,--,--^;-—Th e studi ah as been providing photography services throughout the U.S. since 1988. Gil Salis is manager of the Henderson studio. The full-service portrait studio features a wide variety of packages for children, families, glamour, pets, graduation, bridal or business portraits. As part of its grand opening celebration. Expressly Portraits is ofFering an introductory $9.95 portrait package, to make it easy and affordable for Henderson residents to experience the quality of the studio. "We're excited to open our new studio in The Galleria at Sunset" said Peter Harris, president of the national retail chain. "We think that Henderson residents will eiyoy Expressly Portraits' quality portrait experience, as well as the convenience of receiving their portraits in the same day they were taken," said Harris. The business offers private studios and friendly, talented photographers who take the time to create the portraityou want— with a scheduled appointment or on a walk-in basis. Customers receive their choice of poses, professional props or backgrounds, designed to make the portrait experience fim and easy. The studio offers a 100% money back guarantee if customers are not completely satisfied with their portraits. THE NEWS COVERS YOUR COMMUNITY nNE ANTIQUE 8 ESTATE AUCTION SUNDAY, MAR. 10th at 12:00 Noon (Previewit II:OOA.M.) 30 years of collection condensed to 400 lots! Estate of Y.S. Sun & H. Rennie plus property of others. 8 pc. carved Spanish Dining Suite with China Buffet • Lg. Country French Oak Table • Elegant French Bedroom Suite • Two Lg. Magnificent Marriage Cabinet • Louis XV Bronze Ormolu Desk • March Top Hall Tables • Various Consoles • Chest Occasional Tables & Chairs • China • Crystal • Glassware • Chandelier • Paintings • Fine Arts • Collection of Oriental Accent Pieces. Collections of the Finest Persian & Oriental Handmade Rugs on the West Coast. Oneof the largest Auctioneers of gorgeous Rugs Bokara, Kashan, Main, Sarouk, Tabriz, Aubussion, Isfahan, Chinese, Afghan, Turkish, Wools & Silks, Old private collector's pieces,one of a kind Rugs. HENDERSON CONVENTION CENTER 200 WATER ST. Corxlucled by Chi Art i OavKfs OnaoUl Rugi • 10% Prwmum • AucHonMr Ku I f tomers to customize their own meals from a wide variety of popular and exotic Chinese entrees, appetizers and side dishes. This has been a year of tremendous growth," said Reggie Fils-Aime, vice president of marketing for Panda, '^e successfully entered new markets and we are positive our innovative strategies for 1996 will prove to be as beneficial. We are taking the largest Chinese food chain and making it even bigger and better." Panda Management Co., the nation's fastest-growing operator of Chinese restaurants, currently has 25 locations in 27 states, including seven Panda Inn restaurants, seven Hibachi-San restaurants and one Kitchen Garden restaurant. FDIC INSURED g-61 O/o NO CHARGES NO FEES SEIBT FINANCIAL SERVICES 2620 Regatta Dr. #207B (Summertin) 341-5902 4451 E. Sunset Rd. #9 (Green Valley) 898-3587 8645 W. Sahara (The Lakes) 254-6613 •Average Annual Yield as of 03-04-96 Pretzels are new craze at mall Pretzels are now a billion dollar a year industry. And Auntie Anne's Hand-Rolled Soft Pretzels, a chain of hand-rolled, pretzel-making shops is out to win area shoppers. Bill and Jane Radoff and Suzi and Bob Fiore are the owners of the Auntie Anne's store at the Galleria mall. Nick Fiore, the Fiores' son, will manage the store. "We are very proud to be opening the first Auntie Anne's in Nevada," said Bill. "Pretzels are the perfect high carbohydrate, low fat, back to basics kind of snack people are looking for today. It's exciting for us to provide Auntie Anne's soft pretzels to the Las Vegas area," said Bob. Anne Beile founded the company in 1988, and stumbled upon the secret recipe by accident after acquiring a business in a farmer's market near Lancaster County, Penn. • One day, a supplier delivered the wrong ingredients. The resulting pretzel was disappointing, and she compensated by adding other ingredients. Her new pretzel won a following among discriminating pretzel eaters. In 1989, the company began to franchise. Today, there are 350 Auntie Anne's stores, and new units open at about five per month. Two stories are in Indonesia and one in the Philippines. "Consumers love the product. And they also love to watch it being rolled, twisted and baked right before their eyes," said Bill. "It's a presentation that's unique to our business. Our customers get to see the long strip of dough being twisted and rolled into the familiar pretzel shape just for them." The shape was developed in the 7th century by an Italian monk who rewarded students by giving them baked scraps of leftover bread. The dough twist resembled students who folded their arms across their chests when praying. He called them "pretiola," Latin for "little rewards." When the Dutch emigrated to Pennsylvania, they brought a love for pretzels. Today in Pennsylvania-Dutch homes, soft pretzels are baked fresh, handrolled and eaten hot from the oven. Auntie Anne's stores offer consumers taste, convenience and wholesomeness. Served without butter, Auntie Anne's Original Pretzel contains only one gram of fat, said a spokesman. Glazin' Raisin pretzels, although sweet and creamy, are so low in fat, they are practically fat-free, y: • • \ : • • • • -, • • ; ; • • • ,'. NEPTUNE SOCIETY $495 00 Simple Cremation Includes: Removal from place oj death. Preparation of death certificates and permits. Cremation, minimum urn and land scattering. Call 24 Hours 474-6699 Fully Licensed PRENEED ARKANCEMENTS Monthly Payments Total Costs No Hidden Charges 259-6667 1111 Las Vegas Blvd. No., • Las Vegas, NV 89101 Simple Direct Burial $995 Includes: Casket and Graveside Service at Veteran's Cemetery. I I Name I Address I City I Phone I Please rush me without obligation your special information Age State. -Zip For: Q Cremation Q Burial roi. ^ uimiioiMii I j wuiicu I I jpo v>>.^iioiIIiij Q Sea Scattering O .pepper iiMerriivea,^_ V GREAT COMBINED ^' MARCH SPECIAL 11p.m. to 11a.m. Hash browns, toast & coffee ""•"''~^" ~ 725 Racetrack Rd. (Behind Kmart) Henderson For info call 566-5555 CASIMO Featured on national television Including Entgertainment Tonight and National Geographic Explorer Series! ALL NEW for 1996! IVt hours of solid fimjiy entertainrntnt Clowns jui^gltrs Acrobats* Animals World most Inttlligtnt tiephant BUY ADVANCE TICKETi> AND SAVE! SUNDAY & MONDAY March 24 & 25 Wal-Mart In Henderson 300 E. Lake Mead Or. sponsored by: Greater Henderson Jaycees For info call 565-1151 Come early circus morning and watch the ^10 Top set up! Over $17,300.00 was donated by ttiese communityminded citizens and businesses for Henderson. This 'holiday' project was initiated by the Blue Ribbon Commission on Educational Excellence and Youth Opportunity. This commission asked local businesses to donate holiday monies to local schools to furnish a number of items identified by the schools. The items consisted of math, science, playground and band equipment, field trip expenses, books, computers and programs. The Blue Commission on Educational Excellence and Youth Opportunity will begin the 1996 project in the next few months. Gomez Consulting Group Jeffrey L. Burr Ltd. First Interstate Bank Selma Bartlett Robert E. Campbell Kathleen Luongo WLB Group 1995 Holiday List Project Benefits Schools Basic '86 reunion scheduled The Basic High School Class of 1986 will hold a reunion June 14-16. For more information, call 876-6700. GREAT FOOD FUN & FRIENDS 990 Breakfast 7 Selections to Choose From! I)ail,\ tVoni 1 I pin I Lini 11 Ml I III IT c",'r;:;r2.rB:," GIANT SHRMr COCKTAIL FIURS. PXSOR'CEURY fled to the txim with 602. of shfimp & sauce $495,,,,i„,^.Ri,, liHlii(ks.\l.lAOl-C\S-l..\TSahidli(ir'. HARLEM GLOBETROTTERS. Next itV m ^ '^filly Ray Nohlvy FOR JOMf SEltli I A I i< A 1.1 1 ^7,-;-'y//^ bro^.'j^'t to yok>v %m ON SALE NOW! THDRSDAY, MARCH 14 • 7:80 RM. TiaETS: $18, $14 1 $10 • Spedoi VIP sMts dso ovadoUe Mnts wrfihli ot iht nxms t Mod CMIW rdiii Offki. SmM's bMT Imr^, Mocttwlir Mwsk aiW lobNWMoy 1o dnrgi by pitoM, tol I • 707-474-4000. DwmiH t Mod Tidiil Offki houn Mon Fri, ID am. i p.in., Sd. 10 o.m. 4 p.m. FOR MORE INFORMATION, CAU •95-3900 ""Of^iiiitA^Tmm Te/T.oee C E N T f firtat tafkttkall if oly tfce k^i.„iHy. Visrt us on th WoridwKk VVeb t http://www.hirin19lobctrotten.com Yielding a tax brealf on investment expenses It's no secret that it takes oney to make money. Whether you want to go into the stock market or reallocate Individual Retirement Account assets, you're likely to spend some money on fees for investment counselors, stockbrokers, and IRA custodians. These and other investmentrelated expenses can add up. However, Congress gives you a tax break for these costs, albeit a small one. According to the Nevada Society of CPAs, you may be eligible to deduct investment expenses as an itemized deduction on your tax return. How much is deductible? Investment expenses, as 'miscellaneous itemized expenses," are deductible to the extent that they exceed 2% of annual adjusted gross income. So, for example, if your AGI is $40,000, and you have $3,000 of miscellaneous expenses, including $1,000 of investmentrelated expenses, you can deduct $2,000. Keep in mind that investment expenses are subject also to the overall Umit on itemized deductions for taxpayers with AGIs in excess of $114,700 (up from $111,800 in 1994). It's important to understand what qualifies as a legitimate investment expense. What is deductible? For starters, deductible investment expenses must be incurred to produce or collect income or to manage, conserve or maintain property held for producing income. Investment expenses incurred to produce tax-exempt income are not deductible. Examples of qualified expenses include the following •Accounting fees incurred to keep accurate records of investment income or to help assess the tax impact of investment strategy. •Automatic reinvestment service and dividend reinvestment plan monthly service charges. •Custodian fees for holding shares, collecting and reinvesting cash dividends, and recordkeeping. •Investment counselor or management fees (except those incurred to obtain advice on taxfree investments). •Investment publications, books, and newsletters that relate to investments you manage or hold. •Safe deposit box rentals to store income-producing documents, such as stocks and bonds. You also may deduct the depreciation of a computer used for investment purposes. Strict rules apply here, however. If you use your computer for investment purposes as well as for personal use, you'll need to accurately determine investment usage versus personal usage to calculate your deduction. What's not deductible? Some investment-related costs, however, are not considered miscellaneous expenses. For example, rental property and the expenses of producing rental income are deducted from gross income on Schedule E. Other investment-related costs are non-deductible, such as: expenses for attending shareholder meetings, investment convention's or seminars: subscriptions for general business periodicals that include investment advice; and travel to examine income-producing property you are considering to purchase. The Nevada Society of CPAs says understanding the difference between deductible and non-deductible investment expenses is important because it will help you to avoid errors on your tax return—errors that could possibly trigger closer scrutiny by the IRS. 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 "05. Reno, Nevada 89502. Nv/ Rpoin Usod % \ 10% OFF New Clubs with this ad. ExpirM 3/31/86 39 E. Basic 555-0502 NOW ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS WILLIAM A. SCHULTZ Certified Public Accountant Small Business Financial Services, Tax Return Preparation, Consulting & Planning, Litigation Support 22 YEARS EXPERIENCE • 898-7120 T/RS7 H/\Lf HOUR CONSULTATION FREE WITH AD" 2920 N. Green Valley Pkwy., Building 3, 2nd Floor, Suite 4, Hend. CPA The CPA. Nevef Underestjmate The Value." Business leaders schedule success class Area businesses, managers and employees are invited to attend a PSI Seminars basic class at 6 p.m. Thursday, March 7, at the Holiday Inn Crowne Plaza, 4255 Paradise Road, announced Fred Deveau, owner ofUS Occupational Safety Services. The business leaders presentation features a panel of three business leaders who will discuss specific achievements as a result of techniques taught in the class. This month's panel will feature Paula Brown, president of JB Chemical Co., Inc.; Scott Schulz, owner ofWallunits Etc.; and Tina Rogers, owner/partner of KramerRogers Advertising. Past panelists have included Dean Welsh of Developers Marketing Group and Dick Feeney, producer of Viva Las Vegas and the Flying Elvi. The cost is $10 and includes hors d'oeuvres and a no-host bar. PSI seminars, is a worldwide, non-profiteducational corporation that has trained more than 250,000 people worldwide on professional success and growth. Locally, more than 15,000 people have graduated from the educational course. For more information, or to reserve a seat, call Tatia Brunson, 364-1777. Habitat for Humanity projects updated Construction of two homes in Henderson is proceeding—but more slowly than originally planned—at 1900 Merze Ave. and 1901 Beardon Ave. As of Feb. 12, framing, trusses, roof sheathing, electrical and plumbing roughing and HVAC ducting was complete for the Cordova family home on Beardon. The slab and underground plumbing for the McComb home on Merze is complete, but Habitat cannot continue construction until they have a lumber "package." According to C.T. Wang, executive director, "We need either a lumber package donation-inkind, or a $4,000 donation to purchase the lumber." Norm Jacobson, construction superintendent for Habitat, said, "as soon as we get an OK from the building inspector, we'll begin stucco 'wrapping" as well as insulation and drywall on the Cordova family home." Notwithstanding the lumber package interruption, progress has been remarkable considering the ground breaking ceremony HABITAT HOME—Volunteer John Robinson puts finishing touches on electric service panel on Habitat home in Henderson. took place only two months ago and Habitat has been operating on faith donations. Habitat has been encouraged by the many committed and willing volunteers who show up faithfully—Mondays through Saturdays—to lend their love, skills and expertise to the worthy cause. The goal is to have both families moved in by Easter. What is needed now is a $40,000 infusion of cash, said a Habitat spokesman. Any contribution, big or small, wfill go to compete the homes. All excess cash will go to meet the goal of 10 more homes in 1996, growing to 100 homes in the year 2000, when the organization will have built another 200 decent homes. • '. • :>' • • v .v Achiisvement of this go'aT translates to a total of 211 homes for families who will have been offered the opportunity to climb out of the poverty cycle. Habitat For Humanity is asking for the public's help. Send contributions to: Habitat For Humanity Las Vegas, 4375 E. StewartAve., Las Vegas, NV 89110. For more information on home ownership applications or donations, call 453-0406. MCOIOBE lUENEXTWINiR! Carol Dobromsky 1995 Dodge Ram Truck •Value $21,000 Five Day Mexican Cruise & 25" Television Bob Taylor Janice & James Murphy 25" Television John Freels You Could Be Next! The Roadrunner Casino has given away countles.s prizes to our Henderson customers. You can win a cruise to Mexico in our paycheck cash(3ISEI ing drawings or new, 25" color TV's ih our special four-of-a-kind promotion. It's so easy to qualify, you could be ihe next winner! Boulder Highway & Major • 754 South Boulder Highway • 566-9999 Masons to hold meeting A social club for all Masons and their ladies will hold its second social at 1 p.m. Wednesday at Rae's, 2531 Wigwam Parkway (at Pecos). Reservations are required. Call Frank Cunningham, 4512344. ST. PATRICK'S DAY GIVEAWAYS ARJE UNDERWAY! THE ALYSTRA Casino will be giving away $1,700.00 DOIJIiLi: v<)i;u I'AVC :iitc:K.s DIIAWINC; .S.. ..,;i l..r Ofl.iiN 7^ Call for FREE Shuttla Strvica Sunday, March 17th, 1996 on St Patrick's Day, Drawing will be held at 8:00 P.M. MUST BE present to win...See Cage for Details. ADDITIONAL CASH, GIFTS 4 PRIZES throughout March GET READY FOR WEDNESDAYS 2 SENIORS EAT FOR THE PRICE OF 1 MONDAY NIGHT SPECIAL BARBtCUEO PORK RtUS Mon-Thufs liam-4pm LUNCH SPECIAL GRILLE HOUSE DIP Rg U SC NOW $2.99 Mon Thurs *cm 11 pm DINNER SPECIAL •oi. NEW YORK STEAK (MNNER xtg MMNOW$S.9S IN THE CASINO All DonMtlic totll* Mar 11.00 SO Cant Orafti Try TIM last Froian Drinks In Handarton MARCH SPECIALS ARE NOT GOOO WITH ANY OTHER O^FER /ALYSTRA RESERVES THE RIGHT TO MOOtTv OR OISCONTINUF SPECIALS BREAKFAST SPECIALS Mon. thru Thurs. 11pm to 11am GOLD DIGGER BREAKFAST J rrjt,. ,iny style tjcjn or .sjosjgt' country ciil\''d^''-itMS jnd let!-! SUNSET CROISSANT BREAKFAST — : ^^^^ ALYSTRA CASINO 333 SUNSET RD.. HENDERSON • YOUR EVERYDAY GET A WAY • 564-8555 BH THE SUN! fcOWING MARCH 21,1996 ) You won't want to miss this SPECIAL SECTION PUBLICATION DATE: MARCH 21 DEADLINE: MARCH 14 TABLOID FORMAT: 5 Column x 13" Sporting Goods. Travel Agencies. Athletic Apparel, Tennis Resorts Clubs. Golf Courses/ Driving Ranges, Riding Stables. Swimming Pools. Swimwear, Boat Dealers. Resort Areas. Recreational Vehicle Sales. Chamber of Commerce. Parks/Recreation, Photography, etc. Call your Ad Representative for more inrormation. HDMENEWS ^^XNEWS 435-7700 293-2302 Extra cbpHKs to be distributed at various locations throughout the area • n 4-"^-:TT"— M^'X^r^^Ti i'."*r"

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• n I • •mmmwmvmm^m^mm^mm^m^iw^^^v^mt • *0*l v./,. w^^a*i Pao* 10 Hndrson Horn* Nws T^eSclay, March 5,1996 UNLV exhibit explores relationships YMCA: Activities offered • —' • From Paae 2 "Blind Trust: Guides for the Uninfected," an extensive photo ^ exhibit depicting various and I uniqjj^^/elationships between human beings, will open March 12, in the Beaim Fine Art Gallery at UNLV. The exhibit, according togallery director Jerry Schefeik, features more than five dozen photographs taken by Robert Flynt. ,. The public is invited to an opening day reception at 5:30 p.iu. llirough juxtaposition of photographic imagery and text, the photographs explore some of the complex anxietieBengendered by the AIDS crisis. TTie text is by Chris Packard, whose initial writings on the project about five years ago were the resultof several closefriends dying from AIDS. Packard said Flynt's photographs address the subject of homosexuality frankly, but in such a way as to place it in a universal context Flynt, who lives in New York City, has exhibited his work in the Craig Krull Gallery in Santa Monica, CaUf, and the G. Gibson Gallery, Seattle, Wash, in 1995. His photographs are in the collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Modem Museum of Art in New York City, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the Baltimore Museum of Art, and various private collections in the U.S. and abroad. In addition, his work has been exhibited in the Modem Museum of Art in New York, the Anderes Ufer in Berlin, and the Galerie Fotomania in the Netherlands. Flynt attended Wesleyan University and Boston University's School for the Visual Arts. He holds a bachelor's degree in fine arts with highest honors at the Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia. He also did postgraduate work at theTyler School of Art in Rome. The Beam Fine Art Gallery is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. for the extension site to use. She said involvement by the community with the extension site will gauge the YMCA's success in Henderson. Operating as Henderson's only YMCA offers a unique opportunity to the community, DeKlyn said. Starting atgrouijd zero lets the community dictate specific programs to pursue. To help form the future of YMCA in Henderson, the extension site needs volunteers to help with programs. Those interested in volunteering space or services to the extension site can contact DeKlyn, 558-2443. THE NEWS IS YOUR COMMUNITY NEWSPAPER LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES BEFORE THE PUBUC SERVICE COMMISSION OF NEVADA In n Application of SOUTHWEST GAS CMIPORATION > for an incrtasc in natiirrf gai ratci for its norilierti Nevada > Dockrt No. 95-12015 division. .) In re Application of SOUTHWEST GAS CORPORATION > for an faicrtasc fat nataral cas rates for HM MwtlMro Nevada > division. Docket No. 95-12016 In R( A|)|>iication oTSOUTH WEST GAS CORPORATION > for Apprtfval-WjkDcpredatiotiStady covering the proper-' tin assodaUd vHdi Hi noriheni and loatlieni Nevada Divi> Dockrt No. 95-9049 riom and system aDocabiepIant^f.orDeceBiber 31,1994. > __."— In Re the Independent Mwagement .C4iMpcnsat)ofi Study) nirdbySOUTHWESTGASCORPORATIONincampUance) with Parwraph 136 of the Finding Mid Condusions in the ) Dockrt No. 94-702.1 Decision of Docket Nos. 93-3003 rt aL > ) Currrnl Ratr Prupiisrd Rale $5.60 0.498)11 $ 6.50 0453252 • ji.:,,.'../^ • ... set forth in the customer's schedule 0.32600 17.50 0.4SM0 22J0 0.67489 6aoo 0.57803 6aoo 0.46M3 Cairmtllitt 100.00 0.40462 0.95037 Proposed Rat* 17.50 0.49967 17.50 0.63091 act forth in OMtoMer'i schedule 0.40922 0.47141 0.64535 saoo 0.73043 saoo ComnoditT Charge per Then* > C— Seirice far C o i p re ssi on • 0JO61 NG-3((S) CatMcr'i PrcMisc* SmtM Baric Service Chwgc 17.50 CMMMdity Charge per ThcrM 0J656S NG-36(L) CM Service far C awpr rss li • • CuMUancr's Pwites • Large Basic Service Chwgc 60.00 OMsmodity (Charge per Therm 0 J6565 eJ9S40 17.50 0.49423 6aoo asspedfled in SheH Noa. 64E 64F NG-46 By-Sel Meter G Service Basic Service Charge CsMisdlty Chine per Therai NG-MOptfensI G Service nrr*! TivHipaflanaa Service : Service Charge M.00 0.35935 As spedllcd o^SMM Nos. 711 'A' AM set farth hi the PMI Service Charge iPer Month IChargf Per Therv if Average 3-day VilaiitricQatte ^irin tariff HiQnairtlly •.SUM l££kMSC 40.00 40.00 0.00 7.50 NOTICE OF CON .SIIMEB SRSSIONS AND NOTICE OF HEARING Southwest Gas Corporation ("Southwest") has (tied an q>plicati.b) The implementation of various spedflc revisions to the exixtingytarilTlanguage of^e current PGA provision that Southwest states will impnive the overall clarity and consistency of this portion of Soulhwest's Nevada-jurisdictional tariff; ,'., 2) The implementation of an optional gas procurement service for transportatitm customers; '. 3) The reduction in the minimum volume requiremrnt of transportatiim service for customers who use natural gas for off-peak air conditioning or water pumping; • 4) Thr establishment of a separate rale schedule for large ctimpressed natural gas service with rates indexed to the price of gasoline; '' ... 5) An open season conducted by Southwest each year for large volume customers to Hect whether they want sales or transportation service for the upcoming twelve month period; 6) The cancellation ofSchrduIr No. NG-46, Buy-Sell MHer Gas Service; and 7) The impiemenlation of various spedflc revisions to the current transportati^m rate schedule that Southwest states will improve the overall clarity and consistency of this rate schedule. Southwest also proposes changes to certain existing rate elements, as follows: 1) Increase in the normal service cstablishMent charge from $20 to $25; 2) Increase in the deposit from one and one-half to two times the estimated maximum (. monthlybillforresidentialciistomersreestablishingserviceaftertheirservicehasbeen terminated for non-payment; and .,' '., 3) Increase in the Basic Service Charge for residential custtuners from $5.60 to $6.50 per month and for small general customers from $17.50 to $22.50 per month and for large general service customers from $60 to $100 per month. The monthly rates that southwest proposes to change folltiw. Basic Service Charges are per meter. The application contains complete details. SdiTdult No. ft Typt rf Chwit NG-10 Residential Gas Service Basic Service Charge Commodity Charge per Therm NG-18 Air-Conditioning Gas Service Basic Service Charge Commodity Charge per Therm Summer (April October) NG-22(S) Smdl General Ga* Service Basic Service Charge Commodity Charge per Therm NG-22(M) Medium General Gas Service Basic Service Charge Commodity CMarge per Therai NG-22(L) Large Gcnerd Gm Service Basic Service Charge Comawdily Charge per Therm Demand Cliarge per Them Sdiedule No IL Type of Charge NG-24 Master-mctercd Mobile Home Park Gas Service Ba.ic Service Charge Commodity Cliarge per Therm NG-28 Cogentraljon Gaa Service Basic Service Charge Commodity Charge per Therm NG-30 Street and Oatdoor Lighting Gas Service Commodity Charge per Therm Rated Capadty G-34 Water Pumfring Gaa Service Basic Service Charge 0.00 7.50 TranspoTtation Service Chtrgf, $ 500.(Mi 5(K).IK) SOO/HI <'-\_ sopioo • • SfUMMI SilMMMI Volumetric Charges Shrinkatt 0.00075 0.00075 0.00075 0.IM075 Expedited Charge Customer Requested Meter Tests First Test Subsequent Test Returned Clieck Charge Per Return 10.00 10.(NI The maximum rates proposed for transpi>rtalion service for customers served under Schedule NT-1 an: Customer Class Basic Service Charge r rr month per meter 60.00 Large General 100.(N) Air-conditioning :..:;,.' • .^, -,.•, • • ,!%i^^w.•^. •.• • • >.• • • • •.'• • Water Pumping .f>\v|->:''*V;#il---:-; iV:-.VV • : • ;,.,.:; Cogeneration •., • • •';'''.. • ; '., • CNG Large 6a00 1 *As set forth in customer's applicable gas sales tariff scheduir Cus^incr Class Demand Charyr Margin Medium GeiKrd N/A $0.18608 $ 0.00075 Large General $0.95037* 0.01267 0.00075 Air-conditionii N/A 0.01498 Water Pumping N/A 0.12701 CogrnrraUon N/A % 0.12440 CNG Large N/A 0.01765 **The total monthly demand charge for Large Gas Service is equal to the unit rate shown multiplied by the customer's billing detrrminant. Billing drtrrminants by customrr are srt forth on ShrrI No. 138. Southwest has also filed an application, designated as Docket No. 95-12016, with the Commission. Southwest seeks approval to increase rates and charges for natural gas service it pnividrs in its southrm Nevada Division. Southwest asserts that an increase in revenues of $ 15,753,720 is required in order for South west lo continue to provide service and maintain its financial integrity. Southwest also asserts that developments, changes, and restructuring in the natural gas industry, inflation, costs of capital, costs for materials and supplies, labor, insurance, and taxes all support Southwest's rrqurst to increase rales and charges. Southwest serks approval of changes ti> its existing ratr design and cost allocation structures. Southwest slates that the new rate design proposals will reduce cross-suhsidies among various customer dasses, move closer to an optimal cosl-hasrd rate design, and equalize margin rates for sales and transportation cusliimrry of thr samr customrr class. As more fully described in the application, in order to achirvr thrsr giHiIs, Southwest proposes revisions to its current Purchased Gas Cost AdjuslmrnI ("P(;A") provision, rslahlishmrnt of a nrw ratr schrduir for residential customers who use natural gas for air conditioning, establishment of a new electric grnrration ratr schrduir, implrmrntution of an optional gas pnK'urrmrnt srrvicr for transportation customrrs, rrduclion in thr minimum volume rrquirrmeni of transportation srrvicr for customrrs who use natural gas for ofr-prak air conditioning or water pumping, rslahlishmrnt of asrparatr ratr sclii-dulrfiirlargrcomprrssed natural gas srrvice with rales indexed lo thr pricr of gasoline, an open srasi^ lo be conducted rachyrarforlargrvolumr customrrs to riect sales or transportatioiisrrVice for thr upcoming twelve months, and various revisions to the curl-riit transportalion rule schrduir that will impmvr its ovrrall clarity, consisleiM.7 and undrrslanduhility. Southwrst also pniposes an incrrasr in the normal Service KstahllshmrnI Charge from $20 lo $25, an increase in the dep ... *__' • Subsequent Test '^^' 'TM '' • • \:'l-~' • '., 'TM^''' ^' • '-' : • • RrlumedCheckCharge^ • ;.'', Per Return KUMt lO.IH) The maximum rates pniposed for transportation service for Customers served under Schrduir No. ST-1 are: 0.99977 0.01019 Customrr Class Medium Grneral Large General Air Condilioning Water Pumping Cogeneration CNG Large Electric Generation Basic Service Charge per month per meter im.m 75.(MI 75.00 60.00 750.(MI Charge $ 5mi.(Hi 5IMI.IH) 5(KI (M) 5(MI.(NI 500.00 500.)K) 500.tH) As set forth in customer's otherwise applicable gas sales tariff schedule. CMslomyr Class (NCM-rm-M) Schedule No. & Type of Charge Current Ratr Proposed Ratr SG-1 Residential Ga^i Service • • • .; • Basic Service Charge *= $5.60 $6.<;o Commodity Charge per Therm April-October ". • ; • '.• .• • '. '•. • • • '.'. ."' First 30Therms .','.0.47524 0.61610 Over 30 Therms 0.40340 0.51610 Novrniher-Murch All Usage 0.47524 0.61610 SG-3 Spedal ResidenUal Gas Service Basic Service Charge 6.50 Commodity Charge per Therm April-October Fint 30 Therms 0.61610 Over 30 Therms 0.39011 November-March All Usage 0.61610 SG-5 (S) Small General Gas Service Basic Service Charge 17.50 22.50 CiMnmodily Charge per Therm AU Usage 0.40360 0.62602 Sdiedule No. A Type of Charge Current Rale Proposed Rale SG-5(M) Medium Generd Gas Service Basic Service Charge Commodity Charge per Therm All Usage SG-5(L) Urge General GM Service Basic Service Charge Charge per Therm AU Usage Demand Charge per Therm SG-7 Master-Melered Mraaion on Ca i l oa ier-s Premises Basic Serrice Charge 17.50 17.50 Cammodity Charge per Therm ABUsMc a346H 0.41138 • SAedatN.. Type rfrkaewe ClITtrt lUU SG-21(L) Gm Service for Campreaiiaa am Cmtimir'i Piimiin •Large Basic Serrice Charge $ fOM Charge per Therm AIUMS •J4MS SG-33 Street aid Otdaar Ughtmg Gi Service Ceaunadky ffcarg* per Therm Pttr Therm r Rated Candly SG-Sl EbdHc Gmtt^im Gaa Service y BBili a f^^^^tm Charge per Therm 0.36.W4 I Small Pnigiw^lUt $ 60.00 C ; : ; Ai^ West Hall Building -^ .., • :".; • '. 'r • • • • :T~ • • '-.•. ''~' 50 Winnemucca Boulevard West • ^^ -^-' /• • • • :.''' ';>Winnemucca, Nevada 89445 .'.",'1. ;;;:":, • ; TUESDAY.MARCHI9. i996 6:oopm • /f-:^ ;. ;:v EIko Convention Center • •.-\ V >'V-,--700MorenWay .,.1 ''''' • .^^ • • • ^ EIko, Nevada 89801 : ', WKDNFJiPAY. MARCH 20. 1996 : \ 6:00 p.m. Office of the Public Service Commission 727 Fairview Drive Carson City, Nevada 89710 The purpose of these consumer sessions is to allow Soulhwest's customers the opportunity to c
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• n I • •mmmwmvmm^m^mm^mm^m^iw^^^v^mt • *0*l v./,. w^^a*i Pao* 10 Hndrson Horn* Nws T^eSclay, March 5,1996 UNLV exhibit explores relationships YMCA: Activities offered • —' • From Paae 2 "Blind Trust: Guides for the Uninfected," an extensive photo ^ exhibit depicting various and I uniqjj^^/elationships between human beings, will open March 12, in the Beaim Fine Art Gallery at UNLV. The exhibit, according togallery director Jerry Schefeik, features more than five dozen photographs taken by Robert Flynt. ,. The public is invited to an opening day reception at 5:30 p.iu. llirough juxtaposition of photographic imagery and text, the photographs explore some of the complex anxietieBengendered by the AIDS crisis. TTie text is by Chris Packard, whose initial writings on the project about five years ago were the resultof several closefriends dying from AIDS. Packard said Flynt's photographs address the subject of homosexuality frankly, but in such a way as to place it in a universal context Flynt, who lives in New York City, has exhibited his work in the Craig Krull Gallery in Santa Monica, CaUf, and the G. Gibson Gallery, Seattle, Wash, in 1995. His photographs are in the collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Modem Museum of Art in New York City, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the Baltimore Museum of Art, and various private collections in the U.S. and abroad. In addition, his work has been exhibited in the Modem Museum of Art in New York, the Anderes Ufer in Berlin, and the Galerie Fotomania in the Netherlands. Flynt attended Wesleyan University and Boston University's School for the Visual Arts. He holds a bachelor's degree in fine arts with highest honors at the Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia. He also did postgraduate work at theTyler School of Art in Rome. The Beam Fine Art Gallery is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. for the extension site to use. She said involvement by the community with the extension site will gauge the YMCA's success in Henderson. Operating as Henderson's only YMCA offers a unique opportunity to the community, DeKlyn said. Starting atgrouijd zero lets the community dictate specific programs to pursue. To help form the future of YMCA in Henderson, the extension site needs volunteers to help with programs. Those interested in volunteering space or services to the extension site can contact DeKlyn, 558-2443. THE NEWS IS YOUR COMMUNITY NEWSPAPER LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES BEFORE THE PUBUC SERVICE COMMISSION OF NEVADA In n Application of SOUTHWEST GAS CMIPORATION > for an incrtasc in natiirrf gai ratci for its norilierti Nevada > Dockrt No. 95-12015 division. .) In re Application of SOUTHWEST GAS CORPORATION > for an faicrtasc fat nataral cas rates for HM MwtlMro Nevada > division. Docket No. 95-12016 In R( A|)|>iication oTSOUTH WEST GAS CORPORATION > for Apprtfval-WjkDcpredatiotiStady covering the proper-' tin assodaUd vHdi Hi noriheni and loatlieni Nevada Divi> Dockrt No. 95-9049 riom and system aDocabiepIant^f.orDeceBiber 31,1994. > __."— In Re the Independent Mwagement .C4iMpcnsat)ofi Study) nirdbySOUTHWESTGASCORPORATIONincampUance) with Parwraph 136 of the Finding Mid Condusions in the ) Dockrt No. 94-702.1 Decision of Docket Nos. 93-3003 rt aL > ) Currrnl Ratr Prupiisrd Rale $5.60 0.498)11 $ 6.50 0453252 • ji.:,,.'../^ • ... set forth in the customer's schedule 0.32600 17.50 0.4SM0 22J0 0.67489 6aoo 0.57803 6aoo 0.46M3 Cairmtllitt 100.00 0.40462 0.95037 Proposed Rat* 17.50 0.49967 17.50 0.63091 act forth in OMtoMer'i schedule 0.40922 0.47141 0.64535 saoo 0.73043 saoo ComnoditT Charge per Then* > C— Seirice far C o i p re ssi on • 0JO61 NG-3((S) CatMcr'i PrcMisc* SmtM Baric Service Chwgc 17.50 CMMMdity Charge per ThcrM 0J656S NG-36(L) CM Service far C awpr rss li • • CuMUancr's Pwites • Large Basic Service Chwgc 60.00 OMsmodity (Charge per Therm 0 J6565 eJ9S40 17.50 0.49423 6aoo asspedfled in SheH Noa. 64E 64F NG-46 By-Sel Meter G Service Basic Service Charge CsMisdlty Chine per Therai NG-MOptfensI G Service nrr*! TivHipaflanaa Service : Service Charge M.00 0.35935 As spedllcd o^SMM Nos. 711 'A' AM set farth hi the PMI Service Charge iPer Month IChargf Per Therv if Average 3-day VilaiitricQatte ^irin tariff HiQnairtlly •.SUM l££kMSC 40.00 40.00 0.00 7.50 NOTICE OF CON .SIIMEB SRSSIONS AND NOTICE OF HEARING Southwest Gas Corporation ("Southwest") has (tied an q>plicati.b) The implementation of various spedflc revisions to the exixtingytarilTlanguage of^e current PGA provision that Southwest states will impnive the overall clarity and consistency of this portion of Soulhwest's Nevada-jurisdictional tariff; ,'., 2) The implementation of an optional gas procurement service for transportatitm customers; '. 3) The reduction in the minimum volume requiremrnt of transportatiim service for customers who use natural gas for off-peak air conditioning or water pumping; • 4) Thr establishment of a separate rale schedule for large ctimpressed natural gas service with rates indexed to the price of gasoline; '' ... 5) An open season conducted by Southwest each year for large volume customers to Hect whether they want sales or transportation service for the upcoming twelve month period; 6) The cancellation ofSchrduIr No. NG-46, Buy-Sell MHer Gas Service; and 7) The impiemenlation of various spedflc revisions to the current transportati^m rate schedule that Southwest states will improve the overall clarity and consistency of this rate schedule. Southwest also proposes changes to certain existing rate elements, as follows: 1) Increase in the normal service cstablishMent charge from $20 to $25; 2) Increase in the deposit from one and one-half to two times the estimated maximum (. monthlybillforresidentialciistomersreestablishingserviceaftertheirservicehasbeen terminated for non-payment; and .,' '., 3) Increase in the Basic Service Charge for residential custtuners from $5.60 to $6.50 per month and for small general customers from $17.50 to $22.50 per month and for large general service customers from $60 to $100 per month. The monthly rates that southwest proposes to change folltiw. Basic Service Charges are per meter. The application contains complete details. SdiTdult No. ft Typt rf Chwit NG-10 Residential Gas Service Basic Service Charge Commodity Charge per Therm NG-18 Air-Conditioning Gas Service Basic Service Charge Commodity Charge per Therm Summer (April October) NG-22(S) Smdl General Ga* Service Basic Service Charge Commodity Charge per Therm NG-22(M) Medium General Gas Service Basic Service Charge Commodity CMarge per Therai NG-22(L) Large Gcnerd Gm Service Basic Service Charge Comawdily Charge per Therm Demand Cliarge per Them Sdiedule No IL Type of Charge NG-24 Master-mctercd Mobile Home Park Gas Service Ba.ic Service Charge Commodity Cliarge per Therm NG-28 Cogentraljon Gaa Service Basic Service Charge Commodity Charge per Therm NG-30 Street and Oatdoor Lighting Gas Service Commodity Charge per Therm Rated Capadty G-34 Water Pumfring Gaa Service Basic Service Charge 0.00 7.50 TranspoTtation Service Chtrgf, $ 500.(Mi 5(K).IK) SOO/HI <'-\_ sopioo • • SfUMMI SilMMMI Volumetric Charges Shrinkatt 0.00075 0.00075 0.00075 0.IM075 Expedited Charge Customer Requested Meter Tests First Test Subsequent Test Returned Clieck Charge Per Return 10.00 10.(NI The maximum rates proposed for transpi>rtalion service for customers served under Schedule NT-1 an: Customer Class Basic Service Charge r rr month per meter 60.00 Large General 100.(N) Air-conditioning :..:;,.' • .^, -,.•, • • ,!%i^^w.•^. •.• • • >.• • • • •.'• • Water Pumping .f>\v|->:''*V;#il---:-; iV:-.VV • : • ;,.,.:; Cogeneration •., • • •';'''.. • ; '., • CNG Large 6a00 1 *As set forth in customer's applicable gas sales tariff scheduir Cus^incr Class Demand Charyr Margin Medium GeiKrd N/A $0.18608 $ 0.00075 Large General $0.95037* 0.01267 0.00075 Air-conditionii N/A 0.01498 Water Pumping N/A 0.12701 CogrnrraUon N/A % 0.12440 CNG Large N/A 0.01765 **The total monthly demand charge for Large Gas Service is equal to the unit rate shown multiplied by the customer's billing detrrminant. Billing drtrrminants by customrr are srt forth on ShrrI No. 138. Southwest has also filed an application, designated as Docket No. 95-12016, with the Commission. Southwest seeks approval to increase rates and charges for natural gas service it pnividrs in its southrm Nevada Division. Southwest asserts that an increase in revenues of $ 15,753,720 is required in order for South west lo continue to provide service and maintain its financial integrity. Southwest also asserts that developments, changes, and restructuring in the natural gas industry, inflation, costs of capital, costs for materials and supplies, labor, insurance, and taxes all support Southwest's rrqurst to increase rales and charges. Southwest serks approval of changes ti> its existing ratr design and cost allocation structures. Southwest slates that the new rate design proposals will reduce cross-suhsidies among various customer dasses, move closer to an optimal cosl-hasrd rate design, and equalize margin rates for sales and transportation cusliimrry of thr samr customrr class. As more fully described in the application, in order to achirvr thrsr giHiIs, Southwest proposes revisions to its current Purchased Gas Cost AdjuslmrnI ("P(;A") provision, rslahlishmrnt of a nrw ratr schrduir for residential customers who use natural gas for air conditioning, establishment of a new electric grnrration ratr schrduir, implrmrntution of an optional gas pnK'urrmrnt srrvicr for transportation customrrs, rrduclion in thr minimum volume rrquirrmeni of transportation srrvicr for customrrs who use natural gas for ofr-prak air conditioning or water pumping, rslahlishmrnt of asrparatr ratr sclii-dulrfiirlargrcomprrssed natural gas srrvice with rales indexed lo thr pricr of gasoline, an open srasi^ lo be conducted rachyrarforlargrvolumr customrrs to riect sales or transportatioiisrrVice for thr upcoming twelve months, and various revisions to the curl-riit transportalion rule schrduir that will impmvr its ovrrall clarity, consisleiM.7 and undrrslanduhility. Southwrst also pniposes an incrrasr in the normal Service KstahllshmrnI Charge from $20 lo $25, an increase in the dep ... *__' • Subsequent Test '^^' 'TM '' • • \:'l-~' • '., 'TM^''' ^' • '-' : • • RrlumedCheckCharge^ • ;.'', Per Return KUMt lO.IH) The maximum rates pniposed for transportation service for Customers served under Schrduir No. ST-1 are: 0.99977 0.01019 Customrr Class Medium Grneral Large General Air Condilioning Water Pumping Cogeneration CNG Large Electric Generation Basic Service Charge per month per meter im.m 75.(MI 75.00 60.00 750.(MI Charge $ 5mi.(Hi 5IMI.IH) 5(KI (M) 5(MI.(NI 500.00 500.)K) 500.tH) As set forth in customer's otherwise applicable gas sales tariff schedule. CMslomyr Class (NCM-rm-M) Schedule No. & Type of Charge Current Ratr Proposed Ratr SG-1 Residential Ga^i Service • • • .; • Basic Service Charge *= $5.60 $6.<;o Commodity Charge per Therm April-October ". • ; • '.• .• • '. '•. • • • '.'. ."' First 30Therms .','.0.47524 0.61610 Over 30 Therms 0.40340 0.51610 Novrniher-Murch All Usage 0.47524 0.61610 SG-3 Spedal ResidenUal Gas Service Basic Service Charge 6.50 Commodity Charge per Therm April-October Fint 30 Therms 0.61610 Over 30 Therms 0.39011 November-March All Usage 0.61610 SG-5 (S) Small General Gas Service Basic Service Charge 17.50 22.50 CiMnmodily Charge per Therm AU Usage 0.40360 0.62602 Sdiedule No. A Type of Charge Current Rale Proposed Rale SG-5(M) Medium Generd Gas Service Basic Service Charge Commodity Charge per Therm All Usage SG-5(L) Urge General GM Service Basic Service Charge Charge per Therm AU Usage Demand Charge per Therm SG-7 Master-Melered Mraaion on Ca i l oa ier-s Premises Basic Serrice Charge 17.50 17.50 Cammodity Charge per Therm ABUsMc a346H 0.41138 • SAedatN.. Type rfrkaewe ClITtrt lUU SG-21(L) Gm Service for Campreaiiaa am Cmtimir'i Piimiin •Large Basic Serrice Charge $ fOM Charge per Therm AIUMS •J4MS SG-33 Street aid Otdaar Ughtmg Gi Service Ceaunadky ffcarg* per Therm Pttr Therm r Rated Candly SG-Sl EbdHc Gmtt^im Gaa Service y BBili a f^^^^tm Charge per Therm 0.36.W4 I Small Pnigiw^lUt $ 60.00 C ; : ; Ai^ West Hall Building -^ .., • :".; • '. 'r • • • • :T~ • • '-.•. ''~' 50 Winnemucca Boulevard West • ^^ -^-' /• • • • :.''' ';>Winnemucca, Nevada 89445 .'.",'1. ;;;:":, • ; TUESDAY.MARCHI9. i996 6:oopm • /f-:^ ;. ;:v EIko Convention Center • •.-\ V >'V-,--700MorenWay .,.1 ''''' • .^^ • • • ^ EIko, Nevada 89801 : ', WKDNFJiPAY. MARCH 20. 1996 : \ 6:00 p.m. Office of the Public Service Commission 727 Fairview Drive Carson City, Nevada 89710 The purpose of these consumer sessions is to allow Soulhwest's customers the opportunity to c
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^^'^7f^7?^''TTTT?TT^T?i?T-r?^T??^^''''^'''T?^^'-^T^^^W^ Ammnmm^m mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Page 12 Henderson Home News> Tuesday, March 5,1996 Black Mountain ladies plan golf tournament SOFTBALL • ^ • ^ Crrtm Dana 1 1 Barbara Grogan Black Mountain Ladies Association The Black Mountain Ladies Association is playing host to an invitational golf tournament on March 13 at the Black Mountain Grolf Course. After a continental breakfast there will be a shotgun start at 8 a.m. Followinggolf, a luncheon will be served at the club house. The regular luncheon meeti ng will not be held on March 6 beSWIMMING From Page 11 cause of the invitational. During the February meeting, thd tournament chairman announced the winners for the month of January. The ABCD tourney on Jan. 3 used a twobest-ball format. Winning with a score of 123 was the team of Jean Anderson, Michele Barquist, Jan O'Rourke and Lil Rzewnicki. Second place, with a 129, was the team of Judy Critcher, Joan Cannon and Darlene Lee. Third, with a 131, was the team of Ann Olivey, Maryvem Bennett, Helen Martin and Vivienne Creer. On Jan. 10, prizes were awarded for low gross and low net. Winners for low gross were Olivey (91), Bev MulUgan (92) and Critcher (95). Low net winners were Gwen Harwood (68), Marie Yost (69) and Anderson (70). The Medal of Golf on Jan. 24 had lowgross winners of Critcher (90), Mulligan (92) and Olivey (95). Low net winners were Barquist (67), Donna Wooldridge (71) and Martin (73). From Page 11 The final tournament of the month was a competition for the best nine holes with 1/2 handicap held on Jan. 31. First place was a tie between Raili Knocke and Martin with a score of 26. Third was also a tie, as Barquist and Creer each had a 27. Helen Bowser and Harwood each had a 27.5 for a fifth-place tie. Low gross golfer of the month was Mulligan with an average score of91.6 Low net golfer of the month was Barquist with an average of 71.5. Gator coach Joe Sill had mostly sophomores that year. This season, however, those once inexperienced underclassmen are now seasoned seniors. "Our goal as a team is to win the state championship," Sill said. "We should be right there. We have a lot of depth." Leading the way will be senior sprinter Garrett Wood, who finished second in the state in the 50 free and third in the 100 free last spring. Joining Wood as one of the top sprinters in the state will be his classmate Rob Hansfield. Anchoring the Gators' distance swimmers will be sophomore Chipper Martin. Also adding depth will be sophomore Bill Hansfield and junior Adam Berger — who both narrowly missed qualifying for state last year — and freshman Mark Hudgins. Sill said he knows it will be tough to knock off the north's Carson — which has won three straight state titles — but he's hoping he has another card in his hand this season. "The teams up north are real strong," Sill said. "We have four freshman divers this year. Hopefully, they'll bring in points for us. I'm looking forward to that." While the north's^ boys are strong, the northern girls are superior. "Finishing fourth or fifth at stateisagoal for the IgirlsJ team," said,Sill about his squad which has four consecutive zone titles. "We want to see some individual titles, but to be perfectly honest, **Swimming is an individual sport, but it also talies a team to stand beiiind that individual/' Amy Warmington, Basic coach "We can hope someday to maybe have enough depth to do it," Sill said. --.n:, SILVERADO Things are looking up for Silverado's swim team — way up. '• v:^-;.: '•-. :~;':' • • • /^ ^'''! • • '.':'.'" "We have more kids out and the quahty is better," said Clark, Silverado's coach. Sophomore state qualifier Brandon Dervishian will pace the Skyhawks in the distance events as will senior Jansen Donoghue. Two swimmers that should add to this year's squad is the vastly improved sophomore Dino Cimino and freshman Brady Hess. Hess will be the squad's top swimmer in the backstroke. Clark will also have two new divers this spring which can only help the team's chances. "Theyhave a possibility to win their division," Clark said. While Clark is looking for the boys squad to step it up a notch this year, the coach is looking for her girls squad to be one of the top teams— ifnotthe top team— in the valley. "Thegirls should be awesome," said Clark about her squad, which had nearly 40 girls out for I don't see any girls team from the south winning state for at least the next couple of years." SophomoreMolly Sullivan will return for the Lady Gators as one of the preseason favorites to take state in the 200 and 500 •free. • • .-. • :; • • ,Pernille Flodgaard, a junior exchange student from Denmark, will join senior returnees Kim Steinworth and Erin Benson to give Green Valley a solid core of sprinters. Sill is also looking for seniors Meredith Sanders and Stephanie Lehrner to add valuable points for the squad. Green Valley's divers have captured the past three individual state championships and although Jessica Pilger and Mindi Cox have both graduated and are now diving collegiately, the Gators are still looking to be strong. Sophomore Kate Oiness narrowly missed qualifyingfor state a season ago and will be joined on the high-rise by freshmen Aubrey Cropper, Jamie Chanin and Sonaya Fegert. While a fifth zone title is well within reach, Sill said the state title is a ways away. Rules Posted FREE ROLL OF INI On video poker wins, every Monday SENIORS NIGHTSI Mondays & Thursdays Wild Card Buffet $3.95 4pm-9pm LOGO JACKETS! On $1 Royal Flush wins with maximum coins, no wild cards TRAVEL MUGS! On 5^. 250 & $1 Royal Flush wins with maximum coins played, 200! 500! $1000! Progressive cash drawings, every Tuesday FREE T-SHIRT! Hit the four 10s on any video poker machine on Wednesday & receive a FREE T-Shirt, while supplies last. PRIME RIB DINNER! A i iO ^^^^ 24 Hrs. a Day. f #i# ? Jester's Court Restaurant # no wild cards BREAKFAST SPECIALSI 6 WILD 990 Breakfast Specials Jester's Court Restaurant 11pm-11am CAS! NO ANOTHER FINE BOYD GAMING PROPERTY BOULDER HWy, BETWEEN LAKE MEAD ft SUNSET the first week of practice. "I think they can contend for zone. We have about eight really strong girls and about eight after that who can only get better." Helping to improve the whole team will be freshman Jacque Hoover, who wrill specialize in the lOO free and 100 butterfly. "She's a state contender," said Clark. Sophomore Jennifer Tsukamoto will return to lead the Lady Skyhawks in the distance events. Rounding out Silverado's top swimmers will be sophomores Timery Chambers and Trisha Healey, juniors Lisha Ross and Gena Benson and freshman Nichole Tull, who can swim almost anything, according to Clark. Silverado will also have five divers led by sophomore Lisa Lindsey. While the Lady Skyhawks are deep up top, Clark said that alone will not allow the squad to compete for the zone title, "We're going to be developing some brand new kids," Clark said. 'The kids we have to work withareallhard workers. There's no telling what some of them can do in a few months. 'The key is going to be bringing the brand new swimmers along to score in the fifth and sixth places." "Losing Crissy and Shana is a tough situation, but you have to deal with it," Pope said. "We'd love to have Shana playing, but after the crash, we didn't know if she would make it through the night. Now, when she's out there, she's very inspirational. She's a leader when she comes to practice." With Singer sidelined, LeMeka Anderson will have to step up on the mound. "Everything starts with her," Pope said. The big concern I have is she will try to put pressure on herself to make up for those losses." Pope said a couple of young players could step in to help on the mound including sophomore Chrissy Lewis and freshman Tiffany Finateri. VOLL£YBALL From Page 11 Overall, the Skyhawks basically have four returnees. "Meka will start at either center field or on the mound," Pope said. "And Heather Young is an all-league second baseman. Sara Buntjer played every game at first base for us as a freshman and Christi Moores or Lorraine Ramirez, we consider one of those two our catcher." The main goal for the Skyhawks is "to get the young kids a lot of experience," Pope said. "We have a tournament March 8 and 9 in Kngman and then in Mojave on March 14,15 and 16. By the middle of March, we'll have 15 or 16 games and we'll find out where these pieces fit." Silverado opens the season at the Kingman Invitational starting on March 8. Sloan said the team is starting to come together. 'The practices are going well and we have a good bunch of kids," Sloan said. Sloan points to three players as keys. "Jamey Luke [a senior], Donny Lau [a senior] and Justin Robinson [a junior] have really picked up their games," Sloan said. "They've played a lot in the leagues during the offseason so it's brought their game to a different level." Sloan said the Skyhawks at-' tack will be simple. "We're going to take it one game at a time," she said. "We're looking to end up in the top three in our division. That's our first goal and then we'll take it from there." The Skyhawks open the season on March 11 at home against Chaparral. The varsity match will start at 6 p.m. Boys & Girls club wrestlers win title Henderson Boys & Girls Club's wrestling team captured first place at the Top Dog Tournament of Champions in Mesquite the last weekend in February. The Mesquite Bulldogs came in second while the Elite Hye from Hollywood, Calif., finished third. Individual champions for the Boys & Girls Club included: Justin Martinez, Aaron Martinez, Lucas Yeoman and ScottDevoge. Second place finishers for the Boys & Girls Club were: Kellen Brescia, Darmy Combs, Lee Epperson, Joey Howard, Tony Morales, Chris Montano, A.J. Montano and Brent Dowl. Third place finishers were: Tyler Henson, Mike Miller, Adam Esposito, Derek McKinster and Chris Corbett. .,^^'AiwM' That's right •• i YO"9g*e[b0Lr I fitness center in &KBCMB \Y7ci]DDw -^ tor only ,'jSi& #• I Tuesday, March 5, 1996 Henderson Home Newt Pag* 13 LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES LEXJAL NOTICE S.NJi.P. TOW, INC. 1239 N. Boulder Highway Suite 900 Henderson, Nevada 89015 (702) 564-1180 3wi!l!lfrNl^'l'vihrll' "*• '"".^ D. JerAVreclier A uction on MARCH 15,1996 M 8:00 a.m., .t 1239 N. Boulder H wy., A^^STi^J^l^nL.. • KM' '"J'I'' "V'.'f'" r""^"^* ""^ guarantee of any kind ii given or implied. Snap Tow reserve. i^^S! "''^" •" <"bid on the rollowing vehides. Vehid^ are avJibble for vTewing the day before (he m^n JJR5!?k,^ ^'N REC/LECAL SR2S J^^ANG 4R02Z169077 MC ELRATH ro^ TBIRD 1FABP4638EH230042 AQUINO UUKt CALCIS 1G3NF27U9FC013913 KELSCHrVAN NLJYS ON CO YR 74 84 85 93 92 92 73 78 75 81 83 90 75 86 86 86 88 TOYOTA MITS PLY OLDS FORD CHRYS CHRYS CHEVY NISSAN' vw MAZDA TOYOTA SAAB FORD H—Feb. 20,27, Mardi 5,1996. 4RUNNER 'ECLIPSE VOYAGER CUTLASS P/U CORDOVA LEBARON CAVILIER PU VAN P/U CAMRY 900S P/U JT3VN29V2P0019049 4A3CS34T4NE(r77(6 2P4GH2535NR6S79S6 3G37X3M222851 SGTBUJ35740 SS22K5R3373S5 1C3BM49K3BG1364)33 1G1AC27PUDJ179448 1N6SD11SXLC415()8S 2252146739 JM2UF2113G0552245 JT2SV12E3G0455162 YS3AC3SUSG7028976 1FTBR10C0JUD95208 LODEWYCK/FAIRWAY CHEVY/ 1ST SEC OF UT PRICE/FIDELITY FIN PERAINO/AMEK CREDIT CURRNO/HAMLY FORD GETERMAN FRENCH COOPER/CAMPANILE HERNANDEZ/GMAC WILSON WASHINGTON STROMBERG LAWRENCE SMITH LEGAL NOTICE S.N.A.P. TOW, INC. 1239 N. Boulder Highway Suite 900 Hendenion, Nevada 8tN)lS (702)564-1180 The vehicles Ust ed herein will be uld at Dealer/Wreckrr Auctii.n on MA RCH 29,1996, at 8:00 a.m., at 1239 N. Boulder Hwy., Henderson, Nevada. Vehides are sold its is, no warraiUy or guarantee of any Itind is given or implied. Snap Tow reserves the right to set minimum bids and also bid on the folhiwiiig vehides. Vehides are available for viewing the day before (he auction. YR MAKE MODEL VIN 76 DODGE COLT 6S23K67900368 86 NISSAN 4 DOOR JN1HT11S1GT401021 94 SUZUKI SIDEKICK 2S3TE02V2R6403846 72 TOYOTA PU RN14006656 84 JAGUAR XJ6 SAJAV1348EC381694 93 89 93 85 90 TOYOTA PLYMOUTH FORD CHEV CAD PU s/w PU CELEBRITY DEVILLE JT4RN01P3P7061798 JP3BG39V4KZ052864 1FTEX14H0PKB79193 1G1AW19R0CGI11O64 1G6CD5336L424649I REG/LEGAL ILOSKYN MONTEGROSSO/BANK 1 OF AZ AQUINO/CHASE BANK ROGUE JONES/BALOONI/LARSON/ CUMORAH CU WOOD/TOYOTA MOTOR CREDIT JONES/ALASKA FCU DESERT A/P/FORD MOTOR WILSON/FINNEY UNKNOWN H—MARCH 5.12,19,1996. I CLASSIFIED AP DEADLL\ES 5 p.m. Friday for Henderson Tuesday issue Noon Tuesday for Henderson Thursday, Boulder City and Green Valley issues LEGAL NOTICE WALKER TOWING .':iy' • • • '' • :l^ • S:^.'-':' • • ~. • :' • • ^J\ • (:' 6S3W.Sunset '''t :':Z:' • ,'. [' • • • '• • • : • • • V / V • >•. • Henderson, Nevada89015 • ; ':.. • /^ • • [' • • • 'H • '' • • • • .V'-':'ii-'' (702)565-6220 -^-i • • J\.'./:j-CS:.,--r' ..•'./:•,:..: • •' • • Lic.#PSC7023 ': • • Notice is hereby given (hat I, Walker Towing Inc., 653 W. Sunset Road, Henderson, NV will sell blow mentioned vehicles to satisfy mechanic and liens: REGISTERED LEGAL 8B64833ID LINDA WILKERSON SAME po BOX 51712 -ili-^ :-; lii IDAHO FALLS, ID 83405 v NONE MURLEY, PAMELA R. 2001 RAMROD 220 HENDERSON 392DUWNV MOORE, W/E 370 SANCTUARY HENDERSON, NV 89014 3GVH-W4 CA MADRIGAL JUAN 45112 CEDAR AVE LANCASTER, CA 93534 3KPL292CA BRECHETEL RICHARD D. :. ; '. • • 30775 ROSEVIEW LN. THOUSAND PALMS, CA 92276 NONE WHITE, JORDANNAM. 2240 HORSECREEK CTR. HENDERSON, NV 89014 835BUHNV GARBER. SHARON ; 560 SIERRA VISTA 57 LAS VEGAS, NV 891(t9 NONE / CRUZ, ADOLFO f119 HICKORY • • "^ HENDERSON, NV 89015 Auction will be held on March 29,1996. We reserve the right to bid. Auction will be held a( 653 W. Sunse( Road, Henderson, NV. H—March 5,12,19,1996. 1985 OLDS 1996 GEO 1980 CHRY 1980 MAZ 1983 CAD 1989 DOD 1977 DATS 1981 DATS 1G3BY69Y5F9009861 2C1MR2298T6704T76 FH45HAC145857 CB2MS579469 1G6AD6987D911881S 1B3BP44K6KN61I0I8 HLB210804974 JN1HT0358BT202998 tJNK SAME SAME SAME UNK GARBER, SHARON 6781 OAK VALLEY LAS VEGAS, NV 89103 UNK Even EZ-er than 1040EZ, IntrocJucing TeleFile from the IRS. If you are single and fUed Form 1040EZ last year, you can file your tax return in ten minutes by phone. Anytime. Check your tax booklet for information. BTeleFile It's free. U's fast. It works. Department of the Treasury Internal Revenue Service Changing for good. 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Publications assumes no responsibility AFTER THE FIRST INSERTION, nor for errors not affecting the value of the ad. All claims for statement adjustments must be made within 12 days after expiration of ad. Henderson Home News #2 Commerce Center 564-1881 • 435-7700 Hours: Men. Fri. 8-5 Boulder City News 1227 Arizona Street 293-2302 Hours: Mon. Fri 8-5 • / • ,,-:: • ,; ,"J ,^„.-;y v-rV'^v Prepayments: Yard, Garage & Moving Sales require cash in advance. (Exception sub-' scribers) Out-of-town and out-of-state also require prepayment. NOW ACCEPTING BH Deadlines Henderson Home News Tuesday's Issue 4:00 p.m. FRIDAY Henderson Home News Boulder City News Thursday's Issue 12:00 NOON TUESDAY NO CASH REFUNDS CREDIT ONLY S5-00 Cancellation Fee (for Non-Published ads, PROFESSIONAL SERVICES Shingle roof$ are my specialty. New roofs & repairs, free estimates. 20yrs. exp. Pis. call 5655938lv.msg. PS12963 Masonry Repairs Brick. Stone, Concrete 294-1622 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES We move res. & comm. Free estimates, we load/ unload rental trucks anywhere in town. 566-8898 or Beep 599-0652. PS 12730 BRICK, BLOCK ALL MASONRY 564-1487 LIC.0152S7 ,2S2] HOrCRERMRSbyGC MM MHtoifEMHtar MMklf 23 yrs. Expriic Call 564-4292 For FfM Estimate Prompt, Dependable Sorvioe i272| HANDY ANDY Handyman.. servlcss Eldctrical, plumb. paint, etc. 564-0681 P812M7I ELITE HousoclMning Sarvica R*BSOMbl raia, 2 hr. min, He., bondad 260-7721 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES TUTOR IN-HOME. All ages, preschool thru adult. 6 wk., 1 hr. sessions by highly certified professional. Call for appt. 375-4634. GENE'S CARPET CLEANING and WINDOW CLEANING Re. & Comm. 564-8055 „,.„, BOULDER DAM VAC & SEW 1660 Nev. Hwy.,BC (Marshall Plaza) 293-3770 Sales and Repair PROFESSIONAL SERVICES YARD LABOR SERVICE YARD clean-up, trash hauling, lawn mowing, minor sprinkler repairs. Lk;. #164-010521, 5655810. PS245 Handiman for hire, paint, clean, repair orwhatever. Call 897-9421 & Iv. number. PS12930 FrM EalhnalM 361-4355 O.C. WaHpaparlno. Paint 4 TariuTM Dave fMVyMhf JfOUf WMI fM0w Uc No. 17412 YOU NAME IT WE DO IT 'RtskMniial 'Commercial *Rmodel CdV 294-1039 or CdT #496-1990 Quality Concrat* Call Eagia RMKly Mix Office 263-9740 Mobile 493-7361 Th Kins'* Kids SrvicCo. For ai your maHiiefiaiMa naaoa Cai 565-0731 UMMvd A InMrad lE&MOORE CLEARLY WINDOW CLEANING Reasonable Rates Jeff Kincaid 294-1114 Now pager 222-6926 12614 CUSTOM BOAT COVERS • BIMINI TOPS FRAMEWORK • INTERIORS • TRACTOR SEATS CARL'S Upholstery AUTO • RV • MAMNE CRAFT TM Canyon M.. BmMw cay, NV Be*paf2S2-1339 (702)293-0591 12419 BOULDER CONCRETE WANTB TO MEET YOUR CONCRETE NEEDS FOR FREE ESTWATES AND OUALrTY WORKMANSHIP CAU MICK CASEY Boulder City 293-(1571 uc MieaM TAX SERVICE In The Privacy of Your Home l-aOO-417-2763 Phone Access Code 28 18 yra. mxp0rincm JIFFY T FREE ESTIMATES RIM LAWN CARE nVe Work WNh You Play" Ucaryaad • kiBurad HENDERSON CMEEN VALLEY j22Se^ CAU 565-1593 MR. 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^^'^7f^7?^''TTTT?TT^T?i?T-r?^T??^^''''^'''T?^^'-^T^^^W^ Ammnmm^m mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Page 12 Henderson Home News> Tuesday, March 5,1996 Black Mountain ladies plan golf tournament SOFTBALL • ^ • ^ Crrtm Dana 1 1 Barbara Grogan Black Mountain Ladies Association The Black Mountain Ladies Association is playing host to an invitational golf tournament on March 13 at the Black Mountain Grolf Course. After a continental breakfast there will be a shotgun start at 8 a.m. Followinggolf, a luncheon will be served at the club house. The regular luncheon meeti ng will not be held on March 6 beSWIMMING From Page 11 cause of the invitational. During the February meeting, thd tournament chairman announced the winners for the month of January. The ABCD tourney on Jan. 3 used a twobest-ball format. Winning with a score of 123 was the team of Jean Anderson, Michele Barquist, Jan O'Rourke and Lil Rzewnicki. Second place, with a 129, was the team of Judy Critcher, Joan Cannon and Darlene Lee. Third, with a 131, was the team of Ann Olivey, Maryvem Bennett, Helen Martin and Vivienne Creer. On Jan. 10, prizes were awarded for low gross and low net. Winners for low gross were Olivey (91), Bev MulUgan (92) and Critcher (95). Low net winners were Gwen Harwood (68), Marie Yost (69) and Anderson (70). The Medal of Golf on Jan. 24 had lowgross winners of Critcher (90), Mulligan (92) and Olivey (95). Low net winners were Barquist (67), Donna Wooldridge (71) and Martin (73). From Page 11 The final tournament of the month was a competition for the best nine holes with 1/2 handicap held on Jan. 31. First place was a tie between Raili Knocke and Martin with a score of 26. Third was also a tie, as Barquist and Creer each had a 27. Helen Bowser and Harwood each had a 27.5 for a fifth-place tie. Low gross golfer of the month was Mulligan with an average score of91.6 Low net golfer of the month was Barquist with an average of 71.5. Gator coach Joe Sill had mostly sophomores that year. This season, however, those once inexperienced underclassmen are now seasoned seniors. "Our goal as a team is to win the state championship," Sill said. "We should be right there. We have a lot of depth." Leading the way will be senior sprinter Garrett Wood, who finished second in the state in the 50 free and third in the 100 free last spring. Joining Wood as one of the top sprinters in the state will be his classmate Rob Hansfield. Anchoring the Gators' distance swimmers will be sophomore Chipper Martin. Also adding depth will be sophomore Bill Hansfield and junior Adam Berger — who both narrowly missed qualifying for state last year — and freshman Mark Hudgins. Sill said he knows it will be tough to knock off the north's Carson — which has won three straight state titles — but he's hoping he has another card in his hand this season. "The teams up north are real strong," Sill said. "We have four freshman divers this year. Hopefully, they'll bring in points for us. I'm looking forward to that." While the north's^ boys are strong, the northern girls are superior. "Finishing fourth or fifth at stateisagoal for the IgirlsJ team," said,Sill about his squad which has four consecutive zone titles. "We want to see some individual titles, but to be perfectly honest, **Swimming is an individual sport, but it also talies a team to stand beiiind that individual/' Amy Warmington, Basic coach "We can hope someday to maybe have enough depth to do it," Sill said. --.n:, SILVERADO Things are looking up for Silverado's swim team — way up. '• v:^-;.: '•-. :~;':' • • • /^ ^'''! • • '.':'.'" "We have more kids out and the quahty is better," said Clark, Silverado's coach. Sophomore state qualifier Brandon Dervishian will pace the Skyhawks in the distance events as will senior Jansen Donoghue. Two swimmers that should add to this year's squad is the vastly improved sophomore Dino Cimino and freshman Brady Hess. Hess will be the squad's top swimmer in the backstroke. Clark will also have two new divers this spring which can only help the team's chances. "Theyhave a possibility to win their division," Clark said. While Clark is looking for the boys squad to step it up a notch this year, the coach is looking for her girls squad to be one of the top teams— ifnotthe top team— in the valley. "Thegirls should be awesome," said Clark about her squad, which had nearly 40 girls out for I don't see any girls team from the south winning state for at least the next couple of years." SophomoreMolly Sullivan will return for the Lady Gators as one of the preseason favorites to take state in the 200 and 500 •free. • • .-. • :; • • ,Pernille Flodgaard, a junior exchange student from Denmark, will join senior returnees Kim Steinworth and Erin Benson to give Green Valley a solid core of sprinters. Sill is also looking for seniors Meredith Sanders and Stephanie Lehrner to add valuable points for the squad. Green Valley's divers have captured the past three individual state championships and although Jessica Pilger and Mindi Cox have both graduated and are now diving collegiately, the Gators are still looking to be strong. Sophomore Kate Oiness narrowly missed qualifyingfor state a season ago and will be joined on the high-rise by freshmen Aubrey Cropper, Jamie Chanin and Sonaya Fegert. While a fifth zone title is well within reach, Sill said the state title is a ways away. Rules Posted FREE ROLL OF INI On video poker wins, every Monday SENIORS NIGHTSI Mondays & Thursdays Wild Card Buffet $3.95 4pm-9pm LOGO JACKETS! On $1 Royal Flush wins with maximum coins, no wild cards TRAVEL MUGS! On 5^. 250 & $1 Royal Flush wins with maximum coins played, 200! 500! $1000! Progressive cash drawings, every Tuesday FREE T-SHIRT! Hit the four 10s on any video poker machine on Wednesday & receive a FREE T-Shirt, while supplies last. PRIME RIB DINNER! A i iO ^^^^ 24 Hrs. a Day. f #i# ? Jester's Court Restaurant # no wild cards BREAKFAST SPECIALSI 6 WILD 990 Breakfast Specials Jester's Court Restaurant 11pm-11am CAS! NO ANOTHER FINE BOYD GAMING PROPERTY BOULDER HWy, BETWEEN LAKE MEAD ft SUNSET the first week of practice. "I think they can contend for zone. We have about eight really strong girls and about eight after that who can only get better." Helping to improve the whole team will be freshman Jacque Hoover, who wrill specialize in the lOO free and 100 butterfly. "She's a state contender," said Clark. Sophomore Jennifer Tsukamoto will return to lead the Lady Skyhawks in the distance events. Rounding out Silverado's top swimmers will be sophomores Timery Chambers and Trisha Healey, juniors Lisha Ross and Gena Benson and freshman Nichole Tull, who can swim almost anything, according to Clark. Silverado will also have five divers led by sophomore Lisa Lindsey. While the Lady Skyhawks are deep up top, Clark said that alone will not allow the squad to compete for the zone title, "We're going to be developing some brand new kids," Clark said. 'The kids we have to work withareallhard workers. There's no telling what some of them can do in a few months. 'The key is going to be bringing the brand new swimmers along to score in the fifth and sixth places." "Losing Crissy and Shana is a tough situation, but you have to deal with it," Pope said. "We'd love to have Shana playing, but after the crash, we didn't know if she would make it through the night. Now, when she's out there, she's very inspirational. She's a leader when she comes to practice." With Singer sidelined, LeMeka Anderson will have to step up on the mound. "Everything starts with her," Pope said. The big concern I have is she will try to put pressure on herself to make up for those losses." Pope said a couple of young players could step in to help on the mound including sophomore Chrissy Lewis and freshman Tiffany Finateri. VOLL£YBALL From Page 11 Overall, the Skyhawks basically have four returnees. "Meka will start at either center field or on the mound," Pope said. "And Heather Young is an all-league second baseman. Sara Buntjer played every game at first base for us as a freshman and Christi Moores or Lorraine Ramirez, we consider one of those two our catcher." The main goal for the Skyhawks is "to get the young kids a lot of experience," Pope said. "We have a tournament March 8 and 9 in Kngman and then in Mojave on March 14,15 and 16. By the middle of March, we'll have 15 or 16 games and we'll find out where these pieces fit." Silverado opens the season at the Kingman Invitational starting on March 8. Sloan said the team is starting to come together. 'The practices are going well and we have a good bunch of kids," Sloan said. Sloan points to three players as keys. "Jamey Luke [a senior], Donny Lau [a senior] and Justin Robinson [a junior] have really picked up their games," Sloan said. "They've played a lot in the leagues during the offseason so it's brought their game to a different level." Sloan said the Skyhawks at-' tack will be simple. "We're going to take it one game at a time," she said. "We're looking to end up in the top three in our division. That's our first goal and then we'll take it from there." The Skyhawks open the season on March 11 at home against Chaparral. The varsity match will start at 6 p.m. Boys & Girls club wrestlers win title Henderson Boys & Girls Club's wrestling team captured first place at the Top Dog Tournament of Champions in Mesquite the last weekend in February. The Mesquite Bulldogs came in second while the Elite Hye from Hollywood, Calif., finished third. Individual champions for the Boys & Girls Club included: Justin Martinez, Aaron Martinez, Lucas Yeoman and ScottDevoge. Second place finishers for the Boys & Girls Club were: Kellen Brescia, Darmy Combs, Lee Epperson, Joey Howard, Tony Morales, Chris Montano, A.J. Montano and Brent Dowl. Third place finishers were: Tyler Henson, Mike Miller, Adam Esposito, Derek McKinster and Chris Corbett. .,^^'AiwM' That's right •• i YO"9g*e[b0Lr I fitness center in &KBCMB \Y7ci]DDw -^ tor only ,'jSi& #• I Tuesday, March 5, 1996 Henderson Home Newt Pag* 13 LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES LEXJAL NOTICE S.NJi.P. TOW, INC. 1239 N. Boulder Highway Suite 900 Henderson, Nevada 89015 (702) 564-1180 3wi!l!lfrNl^'l'vihrll' "*• '"".^ D. JerAVreclier A uction on MARCH 15,1996 M 8:00 a.m., .t 1239 N. Boulder H wy., A^^STi^J^l^nL.. • KM' '"J'I'' "V'.'f'" r""^"^* ""^ guarantee of any kind ii given or implied. Snap Tow reserve. i^^S! "''^" •" <"bid on the rollowing vehides. Vehid^ are avJibble for vTewing the day before (he m^n JJR5!?k,^ ^'N REC/LECAL SR2S J^^ANG 4R02Z169077 MC ELRATH ro^ TBIRD 1FABP4638EH230042 AQUINO UUKt CALCIS 1G3NF27U9FC013913 KELSCHrVAN NLJYS ON CO YR 74 84 85 93 92 92 73 78 75 81 83 90 75 86 86 86 88 TOYOTA MITS PLY OLDS FORD CHRYS CHRYS CHEVY NISSAN' vw MAZDA TOYOTA SAAB FORD H—Feb. 20,27, Mardi 5,1996. 4RUNNER 'ECLIPSE VOYAGER CUTLASS P/U CORDOVA LEBARON CAVILIER PU VAN P/U CAMRY 900S P/U JT3VN29V2P0019049 4A3CS34T4NE(r77(6 2P4GH2535NR6S79S6 3G37X3M222851 SGTBUJ35740 SS22K5R3373S5 1C3BM49K3BG1364)33 1G1AC27PUDJ179448 1N6SD11SXLC415()8S 2252146739 JM2UF2113G0552245 JT2SV12E3G0455162 YS3AC3SUSG7028976 1FTBR10C0JUD95208 LODEWYCK/FAIRWAY CHEVY/ 1ST SEC OF UT PRICE/FIDELITY FIN PERAINO/AMEK CREDIT CURRNO/HAMLY FORD GETERMAN FRENCH COOPER/CAMPANILE HERNANDEZ/GMAC WILSON WASHINGTON STROMBERG LAWRENCE SMITH LEGAL NOTICE S.N.A.P. TOW, INC. 1239 N. Boulder Highway Suite 900 Hendenion, Nevada 8tN)lS (702)564-1180 The vehicles Ust ed herein will be uld at Dealer/Wreckrr Auctii.n on MA RCH 29,1996, at 8:00 a.m., at 1239 N. Boulder Hwy., Henderson, Nevada. Vehides are sold its is, no warraiUy or guarantee of any Itind is given or implied. Snap Tow reserves the right to set minimum bids and also bid on the folhiwiiig vehides. Vehides are available for viewing the day before (he auction. YR MAKE MODEL VIN 76 DODGE COLT 6S23K67900368 86 NISSAN 4 DOOR JN1HT11S1GT401021 94 SUZUKI SIDEKICK 2S3TE02V2R6403846 72 TOYOTA PU RN14006656 84 JAGUAR XJ6 SAJAV1348EC381694 93 89 93 85 90 TOYOTA PLYMOUTH FORD CHEV CAD PU s/w PU CELEBRITY DEVILLE JT4RN01P3P7061798 JP3BG39V4KZ052864 1FTEX14H0PKB79193 1G1AW19R0CGI11O64 1G6CD5336L424649I REG/LEGAL ILOSKYN MONTEGROSSO/BANK 1 OF AZ AQUINO/CHASE BANK ROGUE JONES/BALOONI/LARSON/ CUMORAH CU WOOD/TOYOTA MOTOR CREDIT JONES/ALASKA FCU DESERT A/P/FORD MOTOR WILSON/FINNEY UNKNOWN H—MARCH 5.12,19,1996. I CLASSIFIED AP DEADLL\ES 5 p.m. Friday for Henderson Tuesday issue Noon Tuesday for Henderson Thursday, Boulder City and Green Valley issues LEGAL NOTICE WALKER TOWING .':iy' • • • '' • :l^ • S:^.'-':' • • ~. • :' • • ^J\ • (:' 6S3W.Sunset '''t :':Z:' • ,'. [' • • • '• • • : • • • V / V • >•. • Henderson, Nevada89015 • ; ':.. • /^ • • [' • • • 'H • '' • • • • .V'-':'ii-'' (702)565-6220 -^-i • • J\.'./:j-CS:.,--r' ..•'./:•,:..: • •' • • Lic.#PSC7023 ': • • Notice is hereby given (hat I, Walker Towing Inc., 653 W. Sunset Road, Henderson, NV will sell blow mentioned vehicles to satisfy mechanic and liens: REGISTERED LEGAL 8B64833ID LINDA WILKERSON SAME po BOX 51712 -ili-^ :-; lii IDAHO FALLS, ID 83405 v NONE MURLEY, PAMELA R. 2001 RAMROD 220 HENDERSON 392DUWNV MOORE, W/E 370 SANCTUARY HENDERSON, NV 89014 3GVH-W4 CA MADRIGAL JUAN 45112 CEDAR AVE LANCASTER, CA 93534 3KPL292CA BRECHETEL RICHARD D. :. ; '. • • 30775 ROSEVIEW LN. THOUSAND PALMS, CA 92276 NONE WHITE, JORDANNAM. 2240 HORSECREEK CTR. HENDERSON, NV 89014 835BUHNV GARBER. SHARON ; 560 SIERRA VISTA 57 LAS VEGAS, NV 891(t9 NONE / CRUZ, ADOLFO f119 HICKORY • • "^ HENDERSON, NV 89015 Auction will be held on March 29,1996. We reserve the right to bid. Auction will be held a( 653 W. Sunse( Road, Henderson, NV. H—March 5,12,19,1996. 1985 OLDS 1996 GEO 1980 CHRY 1980 MAZ 1983 CAD 1989 DOD 1977 DATS 1981 DATS 1G3BY69Y5F9009861 2C1MR2298T6704T76 FH45HAC145857 CB2MS579469 1G6AD6987D911881S 1B3BP44K6KN61I0I8 HLB210804974 JN1HT0358BT202998 tJNK SAME SAME SAME UNK GARBER, SHARON 6781 OAK VALLEY LAS VEGAS, NV 89103 UNK Even EZ-er than 1040EZ, IntrocJucing TeleFile from the IRS. If you are single and fUed Form 1040EZ last year, you can file your tax return in ten minutes by phone. Anytime. Check your tax booklet for information. BTeleFile It's free. U's fast. It works. Department of the Treasury Internal Revenue Service Changing for good. 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Publications assumes no responsibility AFTER THE FIRST INSERTION, nor for errors not affecting the value of the ad. All claims for statement adjustments must be made within 12 days after expiration of ad. Henderson Home News #2 Commerce Center 564-1881 • 435-7700 Hours: Men. Fri. 8-5 Boulder City News 1227 Arizona Street 293-2302 Hours: Mon. Fri 8-5 • / • ,,-:: • ,; ,"J ,^„.-;y v-rV'^v Prepayments: Yard, Garage & Moving Sales require cash in advance. (Exception sub-' scribers) Out-of-town and out-of-state also require prepayment. NOW ACCEPTING BH Deadlines Henderson Home News Tuesday's Issue 4:00 p.m. FRIDAY Henderson Home News Boulder City News Thursday's Issue 12:00 NOON TUESDAY NO CASH REFUNDS CREDIT ONLY S5-00 Cancellation Fee (for Non-Published ads, PROFESSIONAL SERVICES Shingle roof$ are my specialty. New roofs & repairs, free estimates. 20yrs. exp. Pis. call 5655938lv.msg. PS12963 Masonry Repairs Brick. Stone, Concrete 294-1622 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES We move res. & comm. Free estimates, we load/ unload rental trucks anywhere in town. 566-8898 or Beep 599-0652. PS 12730 BRICK, BLOCK ALL MASONRY 564-1487 LIC.0152S7 ,2S2] HOrCRERMRSbyGC MM MHtoifEMHtar MMklf 23 yrs. Expriic Call 564-4292 For FfM Estimate Prompt, Dependable Sorvioe i272| HANDY ANDY Handyman.. servlcss Eldctrical, plumb. paint, etc. 564-0681 P812M7I ELITE HousoclMning Sarvica R*BSOMbl raia, 2 hr. min, He., bondad 260-7721 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES TUTOR IN-HOME. All ages, preschool thru adult. 6 wk., 1 hr. sessions by highly certified professional. Call for appt. 375-4634. GENE'S CARPET CLEANING and WINDOW CLEANING Re. & Comm. 564-8055 „,.„, BOULDER DAM VAC & SEW 1660 Nev. Hwy.,BC (Marshall Plaza) 293-3770 Sales and Repair PROFESSIONAL SERVICES YARD LABOR SERVICE YARD clean-up, trash hauling, lawn mowing, minor sprinkler repairs. Lk;. #164-010521, 5655810. PS245 Handiman for hire, paint, clean, repair orwhatever. Call 897-9421 & Iv. number. PS12930 FrM EalhnalM 361-4355 O.C. WaHpaparlno. Paint 4 TariuTM Dave fMVyMhf JfOUf WMI fM0w Uc No. 17412 YOU NAME IT WE DO IT 'RtskMniial 'Commercial *Rmodel CdV 294-1039 or CdT #496-1990 Quality Concrat* Call Eagia RMKly Mix Office 263-9740 Mobile 493-7361 Th Kins'* Kids SrvicCo. For ai your maHiiefiaiMa naaoa Cai 565-0731 UMMvd A InMrad lE&MOORE CLEARLY WINDOW CLEANING Reasonable Rates Jeff Kincaid 294-1114 Now pager 222-6926 12614 CUSTOM BOAT COVERS • BIMINI TOPS FRAMEWORK • INTERIORS • TRACTOR SEATS CARL'S Upholstery AUTO • RV • MAMNE CRAFT TM Canyon M.. BmMw cay, NV Be*paf2S2-1339 (702)293-0591 12419 BOULDER CONCRETE WANTB TO MEET YOUR CONCRETE NEEDS FOR FREE ESTWATES AND OUALrTY WORKMANSHIP CAU MICK CASEY Boulder City 293-(1571 uc MieaM TAX SERVICE In The Privacy of Your Home l-aOO-417-2763 Phone Access Code 28 18 yra. mxp0rincm JIFFY T FREE ESTIMATES RIM LAWN CARE nVe Work WNh You Play" Ucaryaad • kiBurad HENDERSON CMEEN VALLEY j22Se^ CAU 565-1593 MR. FIXIT Handyman Service Quality Home Maintenance 294-6214 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES Drains, plumbing & heating SVC, water lines, etc. 40 yrs. exp. Low discounts. Quick, reliable & efficient. The best for less. 434-9168 or 6929243 (pager). PS12306 Patio covers, room addition, remodeling, deck, garage conversion. 2868717. PS12665 Bottled water, 2c/gaL For free home demo or information Call Tom 365-6461 BACKHOE and BOBCAT SERVICE •Lots Graded 'Ditching 30 Years Experience — Hourfy Rates Carl W. Ford 293-0593 12618 HOWARD HELDERLEIN CONSTRUCTION Commercial • Resitivntial • Remodels and Additions License #021013 ,22,9 565-0874 WINTERTIME SPECIALS Aluminum Patio covers Carports Window Awnings Sunshield Awning Representative Call 293-3750 For free in-home estimate PROFESSIONAL SERVICES GUITAR LESSONS By Exp. Teacher $10/hr. Call 564-7718 12725 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 16T0N TOP SOIL $112. 263-2266 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES Rod Tenbrink Lie #39736 YARDVARK'S LAWN AND MAINTENANCE ^ ProfMtional Tree Trimming Sen/ing BC, Green Valley i Henderson 294-1114 Pager 222-692612615 ANGELO'S LAWN SERVICES Licensed All work guaranteed 592-0968 CARPET REPAIR & RESTRETCH 293-2122 pian BILL 4^ MO GARDENING •TBEE TWMMNQ -FREE ESTlOATtS •flESIOENTUL COMRClAL -EMEnG PIPE t VALVE REPAIR • • • SENKJH DISCOUNTS • LICENSED LAWN MAINTENANCE SINCE 1N4 564-6742 BOULDER CITY CARPET CARE Carpet Cleaning tpecialitts, upholstery, auto, boat, RV interior*, 24 hr. lervlce, Carpet & fabric protection. Soft water for cleaner, eoftar carpets. 293-4148 126l(i BOULDER TREE SERVICE Commercial & Residential Topping Pruning Removal Palm Trees Senior Discount BuswiessLlceose #3-1-96-7255-0 • 20 yrs. Experience Owner: Brian Buhl 702-293-4594 Philip D. Levy, JD Tax Advisor & Preparer • Since 1961 Profesaional Service with a Personal Touch 433-7629 By Appointment Only LJCB6ED • BONDQ) • IK5URED UCENSE 38186 • inTOoik/ExnuoiinuKnNG •LUfiEORSMAlIJOIS •PRmNilBMl •SniCOOUMA OYK mBnun MUY Pstlmator CAIli tM-T*!? ar 4M43TI Oufncr LAWN & TREE TRIMMING Very Reasonable Rates 361-2399 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES MARY KAY COSMETICS Independent Beauty Consultant since 1989 Dee Dee Senko 293-5550 LICENSED HANDY MAN '•"•>• Complete home repairs Rick at 564-7488 or pager 599-7474. SHERMAN CONCRETE Licensed & Bonded Lie # 30046 Free Estimates 293-4323 NELSON'S COMPLETE HOIVE REPMR Ail Repairs From A-Z & ceramic tile work NO JOB TOO SMALL-FREE ESTIIMATES 565-3418 Lie. 18000; BEEPER 268-5776 ,2ieBl ^ THE CAVANAUGH'S PAINTING Interior/Exterior Free Estimates 294'1 422 ^f^'"*^ tat n-AY IT Xtn, CAU k LKXNSCD OONntACTOa No Job Too Big or Too Smell We Paint TTiem All J.P.S. L.T.D. t Jerry Schloeeer THM JMttt -ISM See Next Page For More Professional Services

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mmmmmmmmmmmmmm • m Tuesday, March 5,1996 Handerson Horn* Nw Pag* 15 Pftt 14 Kcmtoraon Horn* News Tuesday. March 5,1996 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES PROFESSIONAL SERVICES BOULDER CITY PLUMBING 293-0300 Service & Repair Specialists JKSJgi: Nv. Lie. #38792 -BUB* HAPPY GARDNER We Care For Your Lawn George R. Rogan, III #164-13888 565-3583 1I72I Need your Castle Cleaned? Wakly • Bl M'xkly Boats • Apartiiwiili • HcMiaR Oondoa TowiilioiiMTft Partial or FuU Claaiilllfi Frre EallmaKa Call iolui or Lynll Delia AltardlMa • kwurad • Llo •7174 Doiililgr Cilv • 2J-I5 Harry's Quality Painting 15 Years in Boulder City Interior/Exterior Residential/Commerciai Acoustical Ceiling • Repair • Text Drywall Taping • Texturing • Wallpapering 293-1523 Free Eetlmatee Lie • Bonded • Insured PROFESSIONAL SERVICES NEON SIGNS & GRAPHICS Reasonable Rates 262-6352 mibdP — EATING ALONE? Party of Eight brings people together for dinner to meet new friends. 251-8830 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES BEATTHE HEAT B&N Screens Solar screens, replacement screens, screen doors & security doors 565-7511 Advertise in the NeiKi Lie. INS B.C. BLOG. & ROOFING CAR/RV/BOAT PORTS CONCRETE WORK PATIO COVERS 293-2179 „.. 12617 IBLACK MOUNTAir^ PLUMBING AAL SERVICE "^^ DflAIN CLEANING glj FAST SERVICE HENDERSON BOULDER CITY 565-6749 uc.#ooiiS4 294-7713 :v. GARAGE SALES 119 Joshua St., Hend., behind Albertsons, Fri., 9-? Gun, car, rollaway, & lots more. GS12504 Large asst. of household & yard items. Sat. & Sun., 3/9 & 10, hrs. Sat. 9-4, Sun. 12-?. 461 Ash St., Hend. GS12983 PETS/ANIMALS • MISCELLANEOUS Cockatiels mated pairs w/cage $50, takes all. 565-0859. PA12990 CLASSIFIED AD 5 p.m. Friday for Henderson Tuesday issue Noon Tuesday for Henderson Thursday, Boulder City and Green Valley issues PERSONALS 20/20 WITHOUT GLASSES! Safe, rapid, non-surgical, permanent restoration in 6-8 weeks. Airline pilot developed. Doctor approved. Free information by mail. (800) 422-7320, ext. 222, (406) 961-5570, Fax (406)"9615577. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED ATTENTION DEFICIT DISORDER. Potentially no more Ritalin. Natural relief is now available. Call MAXIMUM ENTERPRISES at 1-800-7423344 ext., 112 for free information. PE13000 Poor, lonely, honest rogue/professional free lance adventurer/entertainer seeking a sugar mama to adventure with. Write to Rocky 40 Year Old Roving Rogue, alias, Dusty the Dancing Dude, 830 S. Boulder Hwy., Suite 107, Henderson, NV. 89015. PE12754 HELP promote world peace by hosting a high school exchange student from Scandinavia, Europe, South America, Asia. Don't miss this opportunity to broaden your horizons beginning Auust. Call AISE. 1-800IBLING. PE13010 Betty Hohn's non profit Animal Adoption Ltd. is accepting unlimited number of unwanted pets 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 PREMISES AT THIS TIME, OF NATIVE, NON-NATIVE, OR WILD AND EXOTIC ANIMALS. PA10494 PET GROOMING Legacy'Animal Hospital, S. E. corner of Pecos & Windmill, 263-9004, Mon. thru. Sat. PA12416 Beautiful Dalmatian female looking for excellent home. Call for details. 294-8483. PA12951 Free to good home Male Collie, 7 yrs. old. Call between 3-6 pm only, 565-8830. PA12939 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 HUMANE SOCIETY. Beautiful, healthy, kittens, cats, puppies, dogs. Spayed/neutered, tested, shots. PetsMart, Trop-Eastern store only. Thurs., Fri., Sat., Sun., 11-4. PA 12843 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meels7daysawk.atSPM, Rec. Annax behind Boulder Dam Credit Union. OLANON-ALATEEN 2i3.<215 12940 LOST & FOUND LOST Wed., 2/21. all black cocker spaniel, vicinity Black Mtn. Golf Course, $75 reward. Pis. contact 565-8217/5641250 or Black Mtn. Animal Hospital. Answers to the name of LUCKY. LF12971 LOST Sat. 2/24, BARRETT ST. area in HEND. Sm. white long hair w/brown spots Chihuahua. Call 566-0355. LF12967 LOST Feb. 28, black lab, 4 yr. old male, vicinity of Lake Mead Dr. & Water St., Hend. Chain collar, no tag. Answers to FRED. 565-7463. LF12993 FOUND Female Rotweiller vicinity 2300 E. Lake Mead, Hend., approx. 2/29. 565-0700. LF13032 PETS/ANIMALS Pure bred chihuahua puppies, 2 fem?!^, long & short hair, 8 wks. $150 ea. 565-1843 after 3 pm. PA12988 AUCTION EMUS Yearlings $600/ pr. 2 yr. old breeders $1000/pr. Proven breeders $1600/pr. Free delivery. Financing Available. Call (409) 584-2411. PA12677 A.K.C. YELLOW smart, loyal, great family dogs $400 males, females also avail. V good pedg., 2935022. PAl2e77 Extra, extra Ig. dog cage. Like new was $195, asking $100. 434-4480. PA12915 FURNITURE 4 piece steel blue sectional, makes intofull size bed, w/recliners at ea. end, $250, 293-2530. MCI 2869 ANTIQUE MARBLE TABLE, sm. round top pedestal $55; sm. glass top table, wrought iron base $45 293-4357. MCI 2864 Sofa sleeper w/match loveseat, ex cond, sleeper never used, $345; tandy computer, modem, printer, VGA monitor, learning videos, stands, $150; exer. equip, make offer. 5669871. MCI 2896 2 piece semi circle sofa, brown floral, $100. Call 293-1877. MC12918 Dinette set, table, 4 chairs, excel, cond., $40 OBO. 558-3110. MCI 3023 MISCELLANEOUS FREE railroad ties. Call after 4 PM, 456-9856. Ml 12863 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 AUCTION Call the National Cancer Institute's Cancer Information Service at 1 -800(1-800-422 9 am 8 1-800-33 The Cancer Information Service' TH£ PUBLIC S LINK TO CANCfP WfORMATlON DARWIN'S AUCTIONS 1524 NEVADA HWY. • fc=^'V-| BOULDER CITY, NV. I \ (702)293-3996 Darwin Bible, Auctioneer ANTIQUES & PRIMITIVES AUCTION FRIDAY EVENING • MARCH 8TH • 7 P.M. ANTIQUES AND PRIMITIVES IN OUTSTANDING CONDITION THE FOLLOWING IS A PARTIAL LIST OF HUNDREDS OF PIECES TO BE SOLD WITH NO MINIMUM BID. •LARGE GRISWOLD CAST IRON COLLECTION -MANY RARE OLD TOOLS, INCLUDING SEVERAL FOR FORD MODEL A'S "CAST IRON DOOR STOPS 'MAILBOX 'MATCHBOX •HORSE DRAWN FIRE WAGON -OLD BUDWEISER CLYDESDALES 'DUTCH OVENS '3 LEGGED POTS 'SMELTING POTS 'LADLES •CRISPY CORN STICK PANS 'MUFFIN PANS •TRIVETS 'BOOKS ENDS 'MORTAR & PESTLE -SKILLETS 'EGG PANS 'WAFFLE IRONS •POTTERY-WELLER-REDWING-McCOY •CARNIVALGLASS'DEPRESSIONGLASS-VERY OLD CARPENTER'S TOOLS 'TOBACCO TWIST OAK CHAIRS •BRASS FIRE NOZZLES •SCALES "COINCOLLECTION •OLDIRONS •BRONZE BOOK ENDS •BROAD AXES •BRIDDEL MEAT CLEAVERS -OLD FUEL CANS -UNIQUE CREAM CANS -MILK CANS •ANTIQUE CAR JACKS •RARE CAST IRON TEA KETTLE -TOBACCO SHREDDER *2 BURNER CAST IRON STOVE •HAND CRANK MEAT SLICER •CHERRY FITTERS •WOOD PLANES (SOME BOX PLANES) 'DRAW KNIVES •ICE TONGS -ENAMEL WASH BASTN •J HANDCARVED AZTEC GODDESSES •PULLEYS •SAMPLE SUITCASE •BRASS BLOW TORCHES '5 PC. WATERFALL BEDROOM SET •HORSE TACK •OLD KITCHEN COLLECTIBLES •EXCELLENT WELL PUMPS AND CISTRIN PUMPS 'STRAND OF PEARLSmROP EARRINGS 'ELVIS DECANTER 'RAILROAD TCK>LS 'WILD TURKEY BOTTLE COLLECTION "SILVER SERVICE PIECES •ENTERPRISE COFFEE GRINDER -ORNATE PUTNAM PARLOR STOVE AND SO VERY MUCH MORE. DON'T MISS THIS ONE! 10% BUYERS PREMIUM DARWIN'S AUCTIONS 293-3996 Artist's DraftingTable 36' x 48", w/Ulano Glideliner straight edge and Luxo flourescent lamp (and freebies: executive cnair, steel file dividers, etc.) $100 for all; Duo-pane Pcture Window 4'x6'-as is $50. MaclntoshQutektel 14,400 fax/modem by Logcode, lifetime limited warranty, $50; call 564-3598. Mri2812 Bikes, two women's Schwinn 10-speeds, one in goodcond., one excellent. $50 & $100. 4356839. MI7933 Brunswick 7 ft. oak pool table, 3/4" slate, leather pockets, like new. $1500.00. 435-6839. MI12093 BRASS BED, all brand new, w/premium queen mat. set & warranty, still in box, paid $825 sacrifice $300. Call 281-3677. MM 2742 DAYBED, complete set, new, wArundle, 2 top of the line ortho mattresses, white w/brass. Cost $675 first $325. Call 263-7926. Ml 12743 Misc. for sale 72 OLDS 88 HT sedan, family camping tent, solid dark mahogany finished wood bookcase/desk suitcase, 2 black matching bar stools 294-2612. MI13057 WASHER / Dryers $125.00 Each. 2936101. BC MI12286 Cal King mattress & box spring, goodcond., $75 293-0806. Ml 12880 ELECTROSTATIC AIR FILTERS-STOP DUST, POLLEN, BACTERIA. 5 yr. guarantee, washable, most sizes $34.95. We also have 20 X 40 and up. Las Vegas 655-5502; or Hnd. 566-6933. MI12926 SONY 27 IN. COLOR TV W/REMOTE,$175.RCA 20 IN. COLOR TV W/ REMOTE. $100. 4356839. Mil 2979 10 inch Delta motorized table saw $450, 2934168. MI12973 FREE moving boxes, asst. sizes, call 2934168. MM 2972 NEW 72" Sofa bed, contemp pastels $220 OBO; 2-white verticals 78x84 $70 OBO; asst. moving boxes $40 OBO; 565-7565. Ml 12966 WOLFF TANNING BEDS TAN AT HOME Buy DIRECT and SAVE! Commercial/Home units from $199. Low Monthly Payments. FREE Color Catalog. Call TODAY 1800-842-1305. MI13013 Doll collection. $2100 value, $1000 for the collection or 1/2 price for indiv. dolls. 558-3606. Ml 13052' COMPUTER COMPUTER REPAIR All work done in your Home or Office. Reasonable Rates. 683-2653 1EALTH & FITNESS PERSONAL FITNESS TRAINER Free Consultation 454^7008^ Lose wt. naturally, by losing hunger! New Image Plus w/chromium pk:olinate. Just $29.95for a full mo. supply. Money back guarantee. Call 1800-685-7307 Ext. 5104. MCI 2984 "FAT MAGNET" Just released. Amazing product attracts, binds, eliminates dietary fats. (702) 598-2991/24 hr. mes. FREE SAMPLE WANT TO BUY Exercise equipment, free weights, benches, duni>ells, exercise bikes, Nordic tracks, stair climbers. 294-0644. Mril.qpH HELP WANTED We are fellow Hend. residents who have found a business oppor. like none other. All of us plan to be making over $70,000 within the year. If you wouki like to know nnors about this tremendous opportunity pis. call 5646675. HW12413 HAIR STYLIST NEEDED • Exp. preferred. Full service sak>n. Call 294-8477. HW12493 Licensed childcare needs hlp in the 2 yr. okl room and a teachers aki. Apply in person. The Chiidran's Garden. 594 Blackridge Rd.. Hnd. 564-2201. HW1286S HELP WANTED NOW HIRING SMILING FACES. THE HOOVER DAM STORE. A people oriented company totally committed to the Disney philosophy of excellence in guest service & cast member training has job opportunities available. Two part/full time. Start immediately. Must have transportation. Work weekends. Salary or wage based on experience. Visually impaired and physically challenged welcome to aply. Phone 596-1082. IW12492 ffi /\pplk:ations now being accepted for afternoon shift at Christian Day Care Center, BC. Hrs. 2:30 PM-6 PM, must be 18, alert, creative & love children. Phone 2937773, ask for Dianne. HW12976 CASHIER/GEN. OFFICE CLERK POSITION exp. preferred. Valid NV drivers lie, FT, many benefits. Apply in person, 705 Juniper Way, BC HW12987 CRUISE SHIPS HIRING — Earn up to $2,000+/ mo. working on Cruise Ships or Land-Tour companies. World Travel. No exp. necessary. For directory, call: 1-206-971-3552 ext. C89773. HW13012 The Tahoe World, an award-winning weekly, seeks a news, photoqrapher. Box 138, Tanoe City, CA 96145 or fax (916) 583-7109; E-mail: world@tahoe.comm. ATTENTION BOULDER CITY POSTAL JOBS $12.68/hr. to start, plus benefits. Carriers, sorters, clerk, computer trainees. For an applkiation & exam information, call 1-800-636-5601, Ext. P5201, 8 AM-8 PM, 7 days. HW12534 Floral Designer, 2931641, Edie's Flowers. HW12892 HOME BASED INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS $500-$5000 A MO. 1020 HRS. WEEKLY, CALL FOR FREE BOOKLET, 800-995-7906. HW12916 Exp. Bookkeeper gaming knowledge helpful, apply in person, Triple J Casino, 725 S. Racetrack Rd, Hend. HW12905 TELECOMMUTING IS THE RAGE Earn top income from home. Telecommute + Dr. developed patented products = oppor. Senous? Call 1-800-224-1915. HW12824 •LOAN OFFICERS* Secure your financial future today. FT/PT career oppor. Top notch training for those with no exp. Serious candidates only. 598-2999. HW13054 Inside sales position for local mfg. Must have knowledge of truck accessory mkt. Contact Continental Accessories, 702-564-5090. HW13059 WILDLIFE/CONSERVATION JOBS. Game wardens, security, maintenance, etc. No exp. necessary. Now Hiring. For Info. Call (219)7940010 ext. 9007. 6 AM-8 PM/7days. HW12385 Cleaning service needs honest & dependable persons to work P/T. Call 565-4750. HWn976 DESK CLERK PT Mature, no exp. required. Apply at NJevada Inn Motel, Boulder City. HW12933 CLERK-All shifts. Must be 21 yrs. Cashier/ Stockroom. Mighty Mart Convenience Store located in Green Valley. 433-4343. HW12897 WORKERS NEEDED Daily Work. Daily Pay APPLY AT LABOR FINDERS Mon.-Fri., 5 am to 6 pm 331 Water St. HND 564-9592 AYOn HecAnwetarVOUl To Bur ar art Cal Raele MiaiiMn 293-0110 jua CAGE CASHIERS Money handling experience. Apply et Caetno Cage, Railroad Paae Hotel S Caelne, 2SO0 S. Boulder Hwy., HNO. EOE >,iu. HELP WANTED DOCTORS OFFICE: Service oriented front desk person needed. We are looking for a selfmotivated, people oriented believer in natural healing and wholistic health. Complete Job description and application at LIFELINE CHIROPRACTIC. 1228 Arizona, Boulder City. HW12871 PTMAIDapply Flamingo Inn Motel, 804 Nevada Hwy.. BC HW12860 Work Clothes Rental is looking for ambitious person for PT afternoon janitorial position. Various duties, no weekends, /^ply at Work Clothes Rental, 568 Parkson Rd., Hend. NO PHONE CALLS PLS. HW13030 Hairdresser & Manicurist stations for rent. Call 5650355 & ask for Vendonna. HW13025 LICENSED LIFE & HEALTH AGENT NEEDED. Quality products, high commissions with advance before issue, lead system, and benefits. (Must qualify for advances & benefits) Call 1 -800-252-2581 HW13017 $200-$500 WEEKLY. Mailing travel brochures. No experience necessary.. For information send a self-addressed stamped envelope to: Universal Travel. P.O. Box 610188, Miami, FL. 33261. HW13018 NATIONAL PARKS HIRING —Positions are now available at National Parks, Forests & Wildlife Preserves. Benefits + bonuses! For employment directory, call (206) 971-3622 ext. N89775. HW13011 Wanted & Needed Forward thinking, creative, energetic office manager; experienced in basic computer skills general accounting, phone sales. Call for appt. 293-1860. HW12936 *•••**• • •• • •• • GOLD STRIKE INN • & CASINO NOW HIRING: Security Qiardm Engineer* Hotei/Cashlr> KanoRunncrt Portw* BusPwsom Casino Cage Cathlar* Houwkeapwt, Hn* cook* • ii didiwulwrt if ^ Paftmme gM shop parMiv ^ A|iply In paraon at CasNarsCaga US HWY n-Htm Hoovar • ••••**•*• !??> Bob's All Family Restaurant now hiring experiencd__ii|vaitr9sses, breakfast STOtniier. Apply in person, 761 Nevada Hwy. BC HW12604 Accepting applications for RESTAURANT CASHIERS, LINE COOKS. WAITRESSES & NIGHT AUDITORS at Lake Mead Resort. Apply in person: 322 Lake Shore Rd.,BC.EEO, Authorized Concessionaire NPS. HW12706 HELP WANTED — Hoover Dam Snacketeria, Cashier positions. Shuttle servk:e available from BC. Call 293-4364 for information. HW12699 Delivery/Cook, Days. Apply at Caps Sandwich, 1312 Nevada Hwy., BC, 293-7070. HW12894 $40,000A'EAR INCOME POTENTIAL. Home Typists/PC users. Toll free 1-800-898-9778 Ext. T-4332 for listings. Fee required. HW13005 $35,000/YEAR INCOME potential. Reading Books. Toll free 1-800898-9778 Ext. R-4332 for details. Fee required. HW13006 ALASKA EMPLOYMENTFishing Industry. Earn up to $3,000$6,000+ per month. Room & Board! Transportation! No experience necessary! Male/Female. Age 18-70. For more information call: (206) 971-3512 ext. A89774. HW13009 Small business owners wanted Lai my many yrs. ol financial exp. help you expand your business. Tel Larson Acclg. Tax Svc 558-0185 Managar Trainaa No exp. needed. Corp opening new offices in •raa. FT/PT. Mgra. earn (4000Ano., baa* pay. 798-4801 SECURITY OFFICERS 12716 WELLS FARGO GUARD SERVICE. EMPLOYMENT OPENINGS IN HEND./G.V AREAS. WE OFFER FLEXIBLE WORK HOURS, UNIFORMS PROVIDED, PAID VACATIONS AND OTHER BENEFITS. APPLY Moodsy-Ffiday, 9 am to 3:30 pm. 3305 W. Spring Mountain. 966. Equal Opportunity Emptoyer. lEASTRIDGETem ps' ATTENDANTS le needed lor CMitan s Ext>lls at New MaL Uu Iwve Mak aladM. M.S|e,Mrfca< DANCERS: SMIel, U eiiira, ele., only. VENTRILOQUIST: el Puppau, Mefllclane aM JussNm, t adMMi roHSna. Na plMns oMh, ipi n reS b|r OyaMlmaaaTi HELP WANTED I DOMESTIC HELP RESUMES ftoHMatanaty Don* Haafonat^r Arlead • CrSBUSINIU SERVICES OpanDrilyllot t4M Colorado (at Aah) B.C. "" 293-5361 Choflas Yow hatirf, Vow Ineoflio ond Your Rowwdol AVON HMXifw HoCid (702)2M-t7e Call Today! DRIVERS AND LABORERS 50 Needed Daily/Weekly Pay Apply LABOR EXPRESS 39 E. Basic Rd. Tow drivers needed, part time avail., exp. preferred but not necessary. Must be clean cut, have valid Nevada driver's license witli current DMV printout. Must live in BC. Apply in person at 705 Juniper Way, BC HW12284 Acutemps ***N0 FEES*** • • • NO FEES*** Interviewing for: 'Word Processors 'Secretaries 'Receptionists 'Accountants 'Bookkeepers 'Data Entry *AyP and A/R InterviewH at 2909 W. Charleeton Mon.-Fri. 8 AM-3PM P/ione; 877-6775 Must have proper ID POSITIONS WANTED CARE GIVER/COMPANION/AID for elderly, over 20 yrs. exp., ref. 8730089. PW13020 DOMESTIC HELP Lovina mother of 1 will care for your child/chil dren in my home M-F, 6 AM-6 PM. 566-3031. PHI 2086 LICENSED HOME HEALTH CARE for elderly/convalescing. Affordable Rates. Companion sen/ice to long term nursing care. 4376977/494-0880 (pager). DH12549 EDUCATION Will babysit from Mon.Sat., mornings & nights, nice clean house, lunch incl. Babys & up. Grandma type babysitting. 566-5491 ask for Betty. PHI 2380 Child care, any shift, 2 exper. moms avail., NON-SMOKERS, fenced yd. 564-6318 or 564-1670. PHI2675 Po You Need Your House Cleaned? I have ref. and a sheriff's card, I will do a quality job! 2934531 ask for Oonna. PHI 2962 Christian woman will babysit in her home, meals incl., weekends. Call 566-5068. Lie. 28995. PHI 2995 EDUCATION New to Area-New House Child Care any shift FT/ PT. Outstanding ref. 5580185 aft. 5. PHI2727 HOUSECLEANING Tired of bad housekeepers? Call Wendy 5658107. PHI2862 Loving mother of 1 will babysit your child, nny honne, reasonable & flexible rates, hot meals & snacks, have ref., call Julie 898-3206. PHI 2839 Single Grandma NONSMOKER have lots of TLC for your baby. Birth to 9 mo. Boulder Hwy. & Horizon. 566-5403. PH12975 CHILD CARE IN HENPERSON HOME Hot meals and snacks provided, infantstQ 5yrs. ,^ld, nice play area in backyard. Ref. M-F. 6 am-5 pm. 566-6283. PHI 2969 2 retired primary teachers will do before & after school care in our GV home. Drop off & pick up at local schools. 4549841. DH12959 ADULT DAY CARE, my home, Mon.-Fri., full 4 part time. 565-6210. IRONING TO PERFECTION $1.00 A PIECE CALL SELMA 565-1507 HOUSECLEANING Will clean your house with a personal touch. Reasonable Rates 558-6993 INCOME TAX BUILDING SUPPLIES STEEL BUILDINGS 2% Over Factory CostAll Remaining Inventory 1-800-973-3366. .CLASSIFIED 4 p.m. Friday for Tuesday issue, Noon Tuesday for Panoramr FINANCIAL SERVICES WE BUY MORTGAGES. Trust Deeds, Annuities. Did You Sell Your Property? Receiving Payments? Why Wah! GET CASH NOW! Nationwide. Great Prices. Call 1-800-659-2274, Ext. 32. FS13001 JJ YOUR UKAL li; PAYROLL COMPANV I^Txill Servijaes & General Ledger •WB/IOOO MagotOc Ifcdla •Accto-Pqnaik/ncdrahlc •Lock Box •Coado BUUag* •Bo^ RTCOlKUUoUau •Caobna Soaiw* NnrHAHnRFOR: •coNVEisicraEr.iip •EMPLOYBB ADDmONS •EMPLOYEE CBANGBS •LASBIPAYSOLL CHEriLS •PAYBOLL PICK IIP •MAONETIC TAPE UEDU •QUAJrrEKLY TAX BEPOKI9 •SIIS KGPOKT L733-0378-J flEVADA FINUCIAL CONCEPTS h^l7MII.Mus**s..>Mli 1M^H INCOME TAX THE TAX PROFESSIONALS Less than 15 min. away! 916 Nev. Hwy., Suite 4 B.C. 293-4688 ^^12723 ENTERTAINMENT fHllllVQ QVKLITY MOCAL PIANO Ul ll""^ OR KEYBOARD!a Entertainment. AvailahleforyourorRanization or event. Professional singer & Co. Flo Raymond Coral Cove Mutical Arts Studio. 565-8469 VOICE PIANO DRAMA LESSONS "chihkM A. Q1V. PioMrtn.l McNng. no Riymond.' CorCow MuHcH •>!> Sido Oponingt mllabi* _-_ -_^* phono no for ippl. SD5-O4O.' TiVj^/#iftiU^Vl^^€&ttNi^1 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 ternr^ and conditions of the offer. BO BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Big Besr Lake, CA, Lock & Key Business oppor. equip., inventory, & good will nets $70K annual. Mike Dolan, agent 909-866-6453. Advertise in the NEWS HOME BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY MAKE MONEY, START PARTTIME, EASY, NO EXPERI^CE, a NO INVENTORY. WHEN: MARCH 7 AT 7:00 PM CALL NOW: 566-1423 OR 558-7614 UMITED FREE SEATING—RESERVE YOUR SEAT EDUCATION Health Care Is The Future Train for TOMORROW! Learn to be a: + Medical Assistant + Advanced Medical Biller 4* Computerized Medical Billing + Health Claims Examiner EDUCATION Become a medk:al transcriptionist. Opportunity to work at home or in office typing for doctors. Home study. Free literature. P.CD.I., Atlanta, Georgia. 800-362-7070 Dept. YYC714. MCI 3004 Advertise ititlie^EIVS BUILDING SUPPLIES Steel Buikjing Manufacturer. 1995 Ciqukiation. Remaining Inventory MUST BE SOLD. Freight included. Free storage until delivery. Callforfree brochure. STEELMASTER 1-800-626-1110. Steel buildings. 40'X 27* X 14' was $6,450, balance $3,150. 40'x56'x 14' was $8,325, balance $5,325. 50'x 100'X 18' was $18,672, balance $10,672. Must sell. Don, 1-800-292-01 1 1. MCI 2998 Boxed Ads 8" ppr rolimio inch prT iss^ STORAGE RENTALS ROOMS FOR RENT Fum. studio, priv. ba., kit & ent., N-S, BC & Hend. $375 incl. util. + dep. 2936799. RR12121 Roommate wanted, Hend. home. NONSMOKER, call evenings 566-9837. RR12494 Mini Storage For Rent, 7x10, Off BouMer Hwy. AAthol $35 monthly 24 hr. sccess 431-4442 HOUSE RENTALS 1650sf,3bd.,2fullba.. 2 car gar., stove/refrig., sec. gated. Flamingo & 95. $850-1-sec. Call (702) 254-8576 or (909) 3129280. HR12902 HEND.3bd,2ba.,2car ar., 2 yr. old, in oodridge. NO PETS $975, 565-9437. HR12207 ^ Historic district charm w/ modern luxury. 2 bd., 2 ba., Ig. master suite w/ Jacuzzi tub & walk-in closet. Yard svc incl. $875, 293-6285. HR12497 Darling 2 bd., 1 ba., cottage, in histork: district. Yard svc incl. $675,2936285. HR12496 BC clean 2 bd., 1 ba., $675/mo. + $700 sec dep, 294-1698. HR12691 Master Bdrm. w/walk-in closet, prvt. bath, senior welcome, avail, now. 596-4653 or 294-1934. RR12893 Comfortable clean full house priv. employed man call evenings, 2931022. RR13053 Female roommate wanted. For info, call 5642505. RR13051 STORAGE RENTALS STORAGE UNITS 10' X 20' 293-1135 um. HOUSE RENTALS BC townhouse, 3 bd./2 ba., spa, garage, lake view, $1250, Desert Sun Realty, 293-2151. HR12922 HEND., 3 bd.. 2 ba., $775/mo. -Idep., 5647603. HR13026 Almostnew, 3bd., 2ba., 2 car, owner/licensee. Call after 6 PM, 5583676. HR12999 NEWHOME3bd.,2ba., 2 car gar., located at Freeway & Horizon, $1025/mo., 294-0728. HR12801 ••••••• ^ mid-mcumHcm JL. ^ AVAIL IKO. '^ • 4 BD. 2 BA fOHMAL ON. RM. JL. EAT-iliaTCH,PAIITRY, FRPL,'* i KABGAR.CORHER LOT ONLY JL. ^$115aIO.,454-90. ^ • ••••** Lake Mountain Estates Unsurpassed view of mountains & lake. Spotless 2 bd., 2 ba., huge Jvrm., 2 car gar. w/workshop, 14x24 cov. patio & deck, all appl., beautifully landscaped, 55+ only pis., $935/mo. Pis. call 7912011. HR12919 CONDO RENTALS II CONDO RENTALS 2 bd., 2 bl., 2 car gar, pool, clubhouse, partial lake view, $750/mo., 1st & last. 293-3482. CR12657 Fully furnished spy glass condo, 2 bd., 2-1/2 ba., $1200/mo. Ellen, Boulder Dam Realty, 293-4663. CR12209 Country Hills new aated community in Hend. Upstairs, Ig. 2 bd.,2ba.,frpl. w/pool, clubhouse & exercrse rm. privileges $775/mo. 293-6383. CR12313 CONDO SALES 4 Lines 6 cosh rote Luxury condo w/incredible lake view, 2 bd., 23/4 ba., extra park, $1150/mo. Gary Fisher 293-5599. CR12118 Evergreen condo, 2 bd., 2 ba. $650 + dep. Boulder Dam Realty, Ellen 293-4663. CR12208 2 BDRM., 1-1/2 BATH CONDO w/d, cov. arking, dishwasher. ehindf Joker's Wild $625/mo. "Sec" O.K. 564-3344. CR12907 HND. CONDO 2 bd., clean, some util. furn., NO PETS, $450 • dep. 564-1509/452-4884. CONDO SALES 2 bd., 2 ba., 2 car gar., pool, clubhouse, partial lake view,$119,500.2933482. CS12658 NOW SELLING New Luxury CONDOS 520 ARROWHEAD IM'HENDERSON 566-6570. OPEN DAILY 10AM-5PM INDUSTRIAL MECHANICS SHOP • • outdoor paved space, near Sunset & 1-515. $285/mo. 456-6520/ evening. MCI 2978 VACATION RENTALS Ski Brian Head. Condo with view. Sleeps 8, 2 mast., 1 loft br., den, Jacuzzi tub,frpl.,gar.702294-2320. MCI2852 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 Own Your Own Home Now! No downpayment on Miles materials. Innovative construction financing. Call Miles Homes today, 1-800343-2884, ext. L. LO13002 BOULDERaTY'"HILL AREA 1/2 ACRE-READY TO BUILDtl FABULOUS LOQATIONII CALL BOULDER DAM REALTY ask fof PsL 293-4663. I.0IS17 Call 259-6263 ACADEMY OP MEDICAL CAREERS WE OFFER: • Small Classes • Individualized Attention • Extemship Program • Job Placement Assistance FINANCIAL AID (To those who qualify.) S243W.ChMlaton,8te.2 'tfy)/\ nsr:i by NcvJdJ Commission on Postspconaary tduciticn 3^S^ THE UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE Needs Land In Henderson (Valle Verde Station). Nevada Tha tt MS MM to wtn9 M • SMMn In •n>m. rinl—( i i>iii< —atconiii lM l u nnWf MioS u —: North Boundiry: Warm Spring* Howl South Boundary: Hortnn Drtwi Eeal Boundary: Slaphania Straal WaalBoundarr •i 7 kal it aasa I SM laal d < Klia,—lMJataa>atl,aaawwt^—wrfWwiSow, npar Mp< iaa.2nal • •,tc.'nMofllrar al wH ounaiil Hmawafi Post OMcs. BOB MACOILL, PROJECT MANAGER UNfTEO STATES POSTAL SERVICE KNVER FAOLrriES SERVICE OFFICE SKS E. Tun* AvwHM. SuB* 400 Oaimr, CO S0n7-2aS1 Tilayhona (Ml) 23^M7 KfiHiii^i I tiiliiiJ*M>^ MS LAKE MEAD VIEW ESTATES, custom home lots overlooking Lake Mead. 702-294-0475. L012511 MOBILE HOMES Trailer Space for rent 216 W.Foster, Hnd., 5640147. MH12610 r^^wssiFiro 4 p.m. fridiy for Tuday iswe, ^kx)n Tutiday for Pinofitta' Under $475/mo.OAC for this3bd., 1-1/2ba.,new kitchen cabinets, new carpet, nice FAMILY PARK IN HEND. CO-OP 595-3279. MH12841 1958 42X10 in Moores Park in BC. $6000 OBO. Call 208-467-2970. 2 bd., 1 ba., Ig. sunny kitchen w/bay windows & pantry, Ig. Iiv. rm. wAip out, fenced, awnings, storage shed, mature trees & shrubs, low sp. rent, many renovations in/out, conv. to shopping & bus. rt. You finish & it's yours for $10,700. Call 564-8160 for appt. MH12989 MOBILE HOMES Boukler Hwy. & Russell Rd., 3 bd., 2 ba., doublewide, under$690/ mo. OAC. KIDS & PETS OK. CO-OP 595-3279. MH12842 Own your home & k)t, nee locatton, 2 bd., 1-3/4 bath MOBILE HOME. Asking $95,500 (Bk)w Appraisal) 294-0472. MH12688 TRAILERS RENT OR SALE Park Models good for 1 or 2 people. Rents starts $375/up. Sales start $1500/up. Ask for Melanie/Mario. 294-8888... APT. RENTALS I 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 AR12279 APAR T M E N 1—FOT PERSONS W/PHYSICAL DISABILITIES AND/ OR BRAIN INJURIES. Barrier free, subsidized 1 & 2 bd. apart, for indiv. w/physical disabilities and/or brain injuries. Fully wheelchair accessible, laundry, Ig. community rm., secured entry, on site caretaker. Supportive svc for residents of the Carol Haynes Apart, are available from various sources depending on disability & eligibility for funding. For info, call Lynn Gondorcin at 702359-7779. AR12567 Cherry Lynn Apts. 1 bdrm. No pets. Sr. preferred. Lease for 12 mo. 293-0420. AR12717 1 bd., near downtown, cable&utl.fur. $425/mo. $150 dep. perfect for single. Call 293-5533 afterS. ART 2734 1 bd. guest house in BC, covered park, wtr. & cable incl. $450/mo., $300 dep., 294-4385. $595 mo. 1st, last. Sec. Immed. occupancy, 2 bdrms., 1 bath, Central BC NO PETS 223-6748 after 6 pm. AR12705 SPACIOUS 2 BD., IB A. DUPLEX-W/Dhookup, no pets, $495/mo. + sec. Call 565-4906. AR12872 Very clean 2 bd. apart, w/ laundry facilities in BC. Quiet & ideal for seniors. NO SMOKING or PETS pis. $490 + Sec. 3618099. AR12889 APARTMENTS AS LOW AS $275 a Month furnished 564-6952 ,„,„ FOR RENT: Kitchenettes, $65/wk. Utilities pd. SHADY REST MOTEL. 565-7688. AR9597 UNFURNISHED 2 bd..1 ba., single story, Sr. welcome, carport, $500/ mo., 293-4832. AR12096 1 bd., 1 ba. $425/mo., 208 Bruce Way, Hend. contact Apart. A. 5648785. AR12105 CORNER COURT APTS. 2 bdrm.. 1 ba. Near Bask: High, $500/ mo. + sec. dep. 434' 9827. AR12201 2 Bd. apart, near down' town & schools $495/ mo., 293-0566. AR12251 2 bd., 1 ba., in quiet BC, NO PETS, $525/mo. ^ • dep. Avail. 3/15. 2941213. AR12772 Location 302 W. Basic Rd., Hend, 2 bd., 1 ba., unfur. apart., very clean, SORRY NO PETS, monthly rent $475-f Dep: Call435-8261. AR12898 2bd,1ba.,Hend,$500/ mo. $250 dep., 5657913. AR12991 NEW KITCHENETTES STARVIEW, 293-1658 Kitchenettes, fully furnished with cable, in Boulder City. 293-6269 Cell. 682-7914 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, 2 & 3 bdrm. from $550. Pools, picnic areas. Walk in closets. 293-1615 AR1227i Boulder City. 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 $420 & up per month, newly remodeled, spacious near schools, park & shopping. 565-7028 12508 COMMERCIAL RENTALS COMMERCIAL RENTALS AVAILABLE FOR LEASE Approx. 1000 aq. fl. warahouaa ai/balhiooin localad In naw Plan on highway. Phona prawtrad, avapocootar, racapllan araa, roll up door. $620/ino. Call 294-1500 to see WE'RE MOVINGI WE'RE MOVING! After 14 years at 501 Nevada Hwy. we are moving March 4th to 1497 NEVADA HWY., STE A., formerly the Chamt>er of Convnerce dome. There will t>e no interruption of service, our phonenumber and P.O. Box remain the same. We are looking fonvard to this move and to continuing to serve you in our new location. Entering Boulder CKy on Hwy. 93 we're the only domeon theright. COLOWELL BANKER ANCHOR REALTY, mC, 293-5757. coiws

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mmmmmmmmmmmmmm • m Tuesday, March 5,1996 Handerson Horn* Nw Pag* 15 Pftt 14 Kcmtoraon Horn* News Tuesday. March 5,1996 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES PROFESSIONAL SERVICES BOULDER CITY PLUMBING 293-0300 Service & Repair Specialists JKSJgi: Nv. Lie. #38792 -BUB* HAPPY GARDNER We Care For Your Lawn George R. Rogan, III #164-13888 565-3583 1I72I Need your Castle Cleaned? Wakly • Bl M'xkly Boats • Apartiiwiili • HcMiaR Oondoa TowiilioiiMTft Partial or FuU Claaiilllfi Frre EallmaKa Call iolui or Lynll Delia AltardlMa • kwurad • Llo •7174 Doiililgr Cilv • 2J-I5 Harry's Quality Painting 15 Years in Boulder City Interior/Exterior Residential/Commerciai Acoustical Ceiling • Repair • Text Drywall Taping • Texturing • Wallpapering 293-1523 Free Eetlmatee Lie • Bonded • Insured PROFESSIONAL SERVICES NEON SIGNS & GRAPHICS Reasonable Rates 262-6352 mibdP — EATING ALONE? Party of Eight brings people together for dinner to meet new friends. 251-8830 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES BEATTHE HEAT B&N Screens Solar screens, replacement screens, screen doors & security doors 565-7511 Advertise in the NeiKi Lie. INS B.C. BLOG. & ROOFING CAR/RV/BOAT PORTS CONCRETE WORK PATIO COVERS 293-2179 „.. 12617 IBLACK MOUNTAir^ PLUMBING AAL SERVICE "^^ DflAIN CLEANING glj FAST SERVICE HENDERSON BOULDER CITY 565-6749 uc.#ooiiS4 294-7713 :v. GARAGE SALES 119 Joshua St., Hend., behind Albertsons, Fri., 9-? Gun, car, rollaway, & lots more. GS12504 Large asst. of household & yard items. Sat. & Sun., 3/9 & 10, hrs. Sat. 9-4, Sun. 12-?. 461 Ash St., Hend. GS12983 PETS/ANIMALS • MISCELLANEOUS Cockatiels mated pairs w/cage $50, takes all. 565-0859. PA12990 CLASSIFIED AD 5 p.m. Friday for Henderson Tuesday issue Noon Tuesday for Henderson Thursday, Boulder City and Green Valley issues PERSONALS 20/20 WITHOUT GLASSES! Safe, rapid, non-surgical, permanent restoration in 6-8 weeks. Airline pilot developed. Doctor approved. Free information by mail. (800) 422-7320, ext. 222, (406) 961-5570, Fax (406)"9615577. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED ATTENTION DEFICIT DISORDER. Potentially no more Ritalin. Natural relief is now available. Call MAXIMUM ENTERPRISES at 1-800-7423344 ext., 112 for free information. PE13000 Poor, lonely, honest rogue/professional free lance adventurer/entertainer seeking a sugar mama to adventure with. Write to Rocky 40 Year Old Roving Rogue, alias, Dusty the Dancing Dude, 830 S. Boulder Hwy., Suite 107, Henderson, NV. 89015. PE12754 HELP promote world peace by hosting a high school exchange student from Scandinavia, Europe, South America, Asia. Don't miss this opportunity to broaden your horizons beginning Auust. Call AISE. 1-800IBLING. PE13010 Betty Hohn's non profit Animal Adoption Ltd. is accepting unlimited number of unwanted pets 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 PREMISES AT THIS TIME, OF NATIVE, NON-NATIVE, OR WILD AND EXOTIC ANIMALS. PA10494 PET GROOMING Legacy'Animal Hospital, S. E. corner of Pecos & Windmill, 263-9004, Mon. thru. Sat. PA12416 Beautiful Dalmatian female looking for excellent home. Call for details. 294-8483. PA12951 Free to good home Male Collie, 7 yrs. old. Call between 3-6 pm only, 565-8830. PA12939 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 HUMANE SOCIETY. Beautiful, healthy, kittens, cats, puppies, dogs. Spayed/neutered, tested, shots. PetsMart, Trop-Eastern store only. Thurs., Fri., Sat., Sun., 11-4. PA 12843 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meels7daysawk.atSPM, Rec. Annax behind Boulder Dam Credit Union. OLANON-ALATEEN 2i3.<215 12940 LOST & FOUND LOST Wed., 2/21. all black cocker spaniel, vicinity Black Mtn. Golf Course, $75 reward. Pis. contact 565-8217/5641250 or Black Mtn. Animal Hospital. Answers to the name of LUCKY. LF12971 LOST Sat. 2/24, BARRETT ST. area in HEND. Sm. white long hair w/brown spots Chihuahua. Call 566-0355. LF12967 LOST Feb. 28, black lab, 4 yr. old male, vicinity of Lake Mead Dr. & Water St., Hend. Chain collar, no tag. Answers to FRED. 565-7463. LF12993 FOUND Female Rotweiller vicinity 2300 E. Lake Mead, Hend., approx. 2/29. 565-0700. LF13032 PETS/ANIMALS Pure bred chihuahua puppies, 2 fem?!^, long & short hair, 8 wks. $150 ea. 565-1843 after 3 pm. PA12988 AUCTION EMUS Yearlings $600/ pr. 2 yr. old breeders $1000/pr. Proven breeders $1600/pr. Free delivery. Financing Available. Call (409) 584-2411. PA12677 A.K.C. YELLOW smart, loyal, great family dogs $400 males, females also avail. V good pedg., 2935022. PAl2e77 Extra, extra Ig. dog cage. Like new was $195, asking $100. 434-4480. PA12915 FURNITURE 4 piece steel blue sectional, makes intofull size bed, w/recliners at ea. end, $250, 293-2530. MCI 2869 ANTIQUE MARBLE TABLE, sm. round top pedestal $55; sm. glass top table, wrought iron base $45 293-4357. MCI 2864 Sofa sleeper w/match loveseat, ex cond, sleeper never used, $345; tandy computer, modem, printer, VGA monitor, learning videos, stands, $150; exer. equip, make offer. 5669871. MCI 2896 2 piece semi circle sofa, brown floral, $100. Call 293-1877. MC12918 Dinette set, table, 4 chairs, excel, cond., $40 OBO. 558-3110. MCI 3023 MISCELLANEOUS FREE railroad ties. Call after 4 PM, 456-9856. Ml 12863 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 AUCTION Call the National Cancer Institute's Cancer Information Service at 1 -800(1-800-422 9 am 8 1-800-33 The Cancer Information Service' TH£ PUBLIC S LINK TO CANCfP WfORMATlON DARWIN'S AUCTIONS 1524 NEVADA HWY. • fc=^'V-| BOULDER CITY, NV. I \ (702)293-3996 Darwin Bible, Auctioneer ANTIQUES & PRIMITIVES AUCTION FRIDAY EVENING • MARCH 8TH • 7 P.M. ANTIQUES AND PRIMITIVES IN OUTSTANDING CONDITION THE FOLLOWING IS A PARTIAL LIST OF HUNDREDS OF PIECES TO BE SOLD WITH NO MINIMUM BID. •LARGE GRISWOLD CAST IRON COLLECTION -MANY RARE OLD TOOLS, INCLUDING SEVERAL FOR FORD MODEL A'S "CAST IRON DOOR STOPS 'MAILBOX 'MATCHBOX •HORSE DRAWN FIRE WAGON -OLD BUDWEISER CLYDESDALES 'DUTCH OVENS '3 LEGGED POTS 'SMELTING POTS 'LADLES •CRISPY CORN STICK PANS 'MUFFIN PANS •TRIVETS 'BOOKS ENDS 'MORTAR & PESTLE -SKILLETS 'EGG PANS 'WAFFLE IRONS •POTTERY-WELLER-REDWING-McCOY •CARNIVALGLASS'DEPRESSIONGLASS-VERY OLD CARPENTER'S TOOLS 'TOBACCO TWIST OAK CHAIRS •BRASS FIRE NOZZLES •SCALES "COINCOLLECTION •OLDIRONS •BRONZE BOOK ENDS •BROAD AXES •BRIDDEL MEAT CLEAVERS -OLD FUEL CANS -UNIQUE CREAM CANS -MILK CANS •ANTIQUE CAR JACKS •RARE CAST IRON TEA KETTLE -TOBACCO SHREDDER *2 BURNER CAST IRON STOVE •HAND CRANK MEAT SLICER •CHERRY FITTERS •WOOD PLANES (SOME BOX PLANES) 'DRAW KNIVES •ICE TONGS -ENAMEL WASH BASTN •J HANDCARVED AZTEC GODDESSES •PULLEYS •SAMPLE SUITCASE •BRASS BLOW TORCHES '5 PC. WATERFALL BEDROOM SET •HORSE TACK •OLD KITCHEN COLLECTIBLES •EXCELLENT WELL PUMPS AND CISTRIN PUMPS 'STRAND OF PEARLSmROP EARRINGS 'ELVIS DECANTER 'RAILROAD TCK>LS 'WILD TURKEY BOTTLE COLLECTION "SILVER SERVICE PIECES •ENTERPRISE COFFEE GRINDER -ORNATE PUTNAM PARLOR STOVE AND SO VERY MUCH MORE. DON'T MISS THIS ONE! 10% BUYERS PREMIUM DARWIN'S AUCTIONS 293-3996 Artist's DraftingTable 36' x 48", w/Ulano Glideliner straight edge and Luxo flourescent lamp (and freebies: executive cnair, steel file dividers, etc.) $100 for all; Duo-pane Pcture Window 4'x6'-as is $50. MaclntoshQutektel 14,400 fax/modem by Logcode, lifetime limited warranty, $50; call 564-3598. Mri2812 Bikes, two women's Schwinn 10-speeds, one in goodcond., one excellent. $50 & $100. 4356839. MI7933 Brunswick 7 ft. oak pool table, 3/4" slate, leather pockets, like new. $1500.00. 435-6839. MI12093 BRASS BED, all brand new, w/premium queen mat. set & warranty, still in box, paid $825 sacrifice $300. Call 281-3677. MM 2742 DAYBED, complete set, new, wArundle, 2 top of the line ortho mattresses, white w/brass. Cost $675 first $325. Call 263-7926. Ml 12743 Misc. for sale 72 OLDS 88 HT sedan, family camping tent, solid dark mahogany finished wood bookcase/desk suitcase, 2 black matching bar stools 294-2612. MI13057 WASHER / Dryers $125.00 Each. 2936101. BC MI12286 Cal King mattress & box spring, goodcond., $75 293-0806. Ml 12880 ELECTROSTATIC AIR FILTERS-STOP DUST, POLLEN, BACTERIA. 5 yr. guarantee, washable, most sizes $34.95. We also have 20 X 40 and up. Las Vegas 655-5502; or Hnd. 566-6933. MI12926 SONY 27 IN. COLOR TV W/REMOTE,$175.RCA 20 IN. COLOR TV W/ REMOTE. $100. 4356839. Mil 2979 10 inch Delta motorized table saw $450, 2934168. MI12973 FREE moving boxes, asst. sizes, call 2934168. MM 2972 NEW 72" Sofa bed, contemp pastels $220 OBO; 2-white verticals 78x84 $70 OBO; asst. moving boxes $40 OBO; 565-7565. Ml 12966 WOLFF TANNING BEDS TAN AT HOME Buy DIRECT and SAVE! Commercial/Home units from $199. Low Monthly Payments. FREE Color Catalog. Call TODAY 1800-842-1305. MI13013 Doll collection. $2100 value, $1000 for the collection or 1/2 price for indiv. dolls. 558-3606. Ml 13052' COMPUTER COMPUTER REPAIR All work done in your Home or Office. Reasonable Rates. 683-2653 1EALTH & FITNESS PERSONAL FITNESS TRAINER Free Consultation 454^7008^ Lose wt. naturally, by losing hunger! New Image Plus w/chromium pk:olinate. Just $29.95for a full mo. supply. Money back guarantee. Call 1800-685-7307 Ext. 5104. MCI 2984 "FAT MAGNET" Just released. Amazing product attracts, binds, eliminates dietary fats. (702) 598-2991/24 hr. mes. FREE SAMPLE WANT TO BUY Exercise equipment, free weights, benches, duni>ells, exercise bikes, Nordic tracks, stair climbers. 294-0644. Mril.qpH HELP WANTED We are fellow Hend. residents who have found a business oppor. like none other. All of us plan to be making over $70,000 within the year. If you wouki like to know nnors about this tremendous opportunity pis. call 5646675. HW12413 HAIR STYLIST NEEDED • Exp. preferred. Full service sak>n. Call 294-8477. HW12493 Licensed childcare needs hlp in the 2 yr. okl room and a teachers aki. Apply in person. The Chiidran's Garden. 594 Blackridge Rd.. Hnd. 564-2201. HW1286S HELP WANTED NOW HIRING SMILING FACES. THE HOOVER DAM STORE. A people oriented company totally committed to the Disney philosophy of excellence in guest service & cast member training has job opportunities available. Two part/full time. Start immediately. Must have transportation. Work weekends. Salary or wage based on experience. Visually impaired and physically challenged welcome to aply. Phone 596-1082. IW12492 ffi /\pplk:ations now being accepted for afternoon shift at Christian Day Care Center, BC. Hrs. 2:30 PM-6 PM, must be 18, alert, creative & love children. Phone 2937773, ask for Dianne. HW12976 CASHIER/GEN. OFFICE CLERK POSITION exp. preferred. Valid NV drivers lie, FT, many benefits. Apply in person, 705 Juniper Way, BC HW12987 CRUISE SHIPS HIRING — Earn up to $2,000+/ mo. working on Cruise Ships or Land-Tour companies. World Travel. No exp. necessary. For directory, call: 1-206-971-3552 ext. C89773. HW13012 The Tahoe World, an award-winning weekly, seeks a news, photoqrapher. Box 138, Tanoe City, CA 96145 or fax (916) 583-7109; E-mail: world@tahoe.comm. ATTENTION BOULDER CITY POSTAL JOBS $12.68/hr. to start, plus benefits. Carriers, sorters, clerk, computer trainees. For an applkiation & exam information, call 1-800-636-5601, Ext. P5201, 8 AM-8 PM, 7 days. HW12534 Floral Designer, 2931641, Edie's Flowers. HW12892 HOME BASED INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS $500-$5000 A MO. 1020 HRS. WEEKLY, CALL FOR FREE BOOKLET, 800-995-7906. HW12916 Exp. Bookkeeper gaming knowledge helpful, apply in person, Triple J Casino, 725 S. Racetrack Rd, Hend. HW12905 TELECOMMUTING IS THE RAGE Earn top income from home. Telecommute + Dr. developed patented products = oppor. Senous? Call 1-800-224-1915. HW12824 •LOAN OFFICERS* Secure your financial future today. FT/PT career oppor. Top notch training for those with no exp. Serious candidates only. 598-2999. HW13054 Inside sales position for local mfg. Must have knowledge of truck accessory mkt. Contact Continental Accessories, 702-564-5090. HW13059 WILDLIFE/CONSERVATION JOBS. Game wardens, security, maintenance, etc. No exp. necessary. Now Hiring. For Info. Call (219)7940010 ext. 9007. 6 AM-8 PM/7days. HW12385 Cleaning service needs honest & dependable persons to work P/T. Call 565-4750. HWn976 DESK CLERK PT Mature, no exp. required. Apply at NJevada Inn Motel, Boulder City. HW12933 CLERK-All shifts. Must be 21 yrs. Cashier/ Stockroom. Mighty Mart Convenience Store located in Green Valley. 433-4343. HW12897 WORKERS NEEDED Daily Work. Daily Pay APPLY AT LABOR FINDERS Mon.-Fri., 5 am to 6 pm 331 Water St. HND 564-9592 AYOn HecAnwetarVOUl To Bur ar art Cal Raele MiaiiMn 293-0110 jua CAGE CASHIERS Money handling experience. Apply et Caetno Cage, Railroad Paae Hotel S Caelne, 2SO0 S. Boulder Hwy., HNO. EOE >,iu. HELP WANTED DOCTORS OFFICE: Service oriented front desk person needed. We are looking for a selfmotivated, people oriented believer in natural healing and wholistic health. Complete Job description and application at LIFELINE CHIROPRACTIC. 1228 Arizona, Boulder City. HW12871 PTMAIDapply Flamingo Inn Motel, 804 Nevada Hwy.. BC HW12860 Work Clothes Rental is looking for ambitious person for PT afternoon janitorial position. Various duties, no weekends, /^ply at Work Clothes Rental, 568 Parkson Rd., Hend. NO PHONE CALLS PLS. HW13030 Hairdresser & Manicurist stations for rent. Call 5650355 & ask for Vendonna. HW13025 LICENSED LIFE & HEALTH AGENT NEEDED. Quality products, high commissions with advance before issue, lead system, and benefits. (Must qualify for advances & benefits) Call 1 -800-252-2581 HW13017 $200-$500 WEEKLY. Mailing travel brochures. No experience necessary.. For information send a self-addressed stamped envelope to: Universal Travel. P.O. Box 610188, Miami, FL. 33261. HW13018 NATIONAL PARKS HIRING —Positions are now available at National Parks, Forests & Wildlife Preserves. Benefits + bonuses! For employment directory, call (206) 971-3622 ext. N89775. HW13011 Wanted & Needed Forward thinking, creative, energetic office manager; experienced in basic computer skills general accounting, phone sales. Call for appt. 293-1860. HW12936 *•••**• • •• • •• • GOLD STRIKE INN • & CASINO NOW HIRING: Security Qiardm Engineer* Hotei/Cashlr> KanoRunncrt Portw* BusPwsom Casino Cage Cathlar* Houwkeapwt, Hn* cook* • ii didiwulwrt if ^ Paftmme gM shop parMiv ^ A|iply In paraon at CasNarsCaga US HWY n-Htm Hoovar • ••••**•*• !??> Bob's All Family Restaurant now hiring experiencd__ii|vaitr9sses, breakfast STOtniier. Apply in person, 761 Nevada Hwy. BC HW12604 Accepting applications for RESTAURANT CASHIERS, LINE COOKS. WAITRESSES & NIGHT AUDITORS at Lake Mead Resort. Apply in person: 322 Lake Shore Rd.,BC.EEO, Authorized Concessionaire NPS. HW12706 HELP WANTED — Hoover Dam Snacketeria, Cashier positions. Shuttle servk:e available from BC. Call 293-4364 for information. HW12699 Delivery/Cook, Days. Apply at Caps Sandwich, 1312 Nevada Hwy., BC, 293-7070. HW12894 $40,000A'EAR INCOME POTENTIAL. Home Typists/PC users. Toll free 1-800-898-9778 Ext. T-4332 for listings. Fee required. HW13005 $35,000/YEAR INCOME potential. Reading Books. Toll free 1-800898-9778 Ext. R-4332 for details. Fee required. HW13006 ALASKA EMPLOYMENTFishing Industry. Earn up to $3,000$6,000+ per month. Room & Board! Transportation! No experience necessary! Male/Female. Age 18-70. For more information call: (206) 971-3512 ext. A89774. HW13009 Small business owners wanted Lai my many yrs. ol financial exp. help you expand your business. Tel Larson Acclg. Tax Svc 558-0185 Managar Trainaa No exp. needed. Corp opening new offices in •raa. FT/PT. Mgra. earn (4000Ano., baa* pay. 798-4801 SECURITY OFFICERS 12716 WELLS FARGO GUARD SERVICE. EMPLOYMENT OPENINGS IN HEND./G.V AREAS. WE OFFER FLEXIBLE WORK HOURS, UNIFORMS PROVIDED, PAID VACATIONS AND OTHER BENEFITS. APPLY Moodsy-Ffiday, 9 am to 3:30 pm. 3305 W. Spring Mountain. 966. Equal Opportunity Emptoyer. lEASTRIDGETem ps' ATTENDANTS le needed lor CMitan s Ext>lls at New MaL Uu Iwve Mak aladM. M.S|e,Mrfca< DANCERS: SMIel, U eiiira, ele., only. VENTRILOQUIST: el Puppau, Mefllclane aM JussNm, t adMMi roHSna. Na plMns oMh, ipi n reS b|r OyaMlmaaaTi HELP WANTED I DOMESTIC HELP RESUMES ftoHMatanaty Don* Haafonat^r Arlead • CrSBUSINIU SERVICES OpanDrilyllot t4M Colorado (at Aah) B.C. "" 293-5361 Choflas Yow hatirf, Vow Ineoflio ond Your Rowwdol AVON HMXifw HoCid (702)2M-t7e Call Today! DRIVERS AND LABORERS 50 Needed Daily/Weekly Pay Apply LABOR EXPRESS 39 E. Basic Rd. Tow drivers needed, part time avail., exp. preferred but not necessary. Must be clean cut, have valid Nevada driver's license witli current DMV printout. Must live in BC. Apply in person at 705 Juniper Way, BC HW12284 Acutemps ***N0 FEES*** • • • NO FEES*** Interviewing for: 'Word Processors 'Secretaries 'Receptionists 'Accountants 'Bookkeepers 'Data Entry *AyP and A/R InterviewH at 2909 W. Charleeton Mon.-Fri. 8 AM-3PM P/ione; 877-6775 Must have proper ID POSITIONS WANTED CARE GIVER/COMPANION/AID for elderly, over 20 yrs. exp., ref. 8730089. PW13020 DOMESTIC HELP Lovina mother of 1 will care for your child/chil dren in my home M-F, 6 AM-6 PM. 566-3031. PHI 2086 LICENSED HOME HEALTH CARE for elderly/convalescing. Affordable Rates. Companion sen/ice to long term nursing care. 4376977/494-0880 (pager). DH12549 EDUCATION Will babysit from Mon.Sat., mornings & nights, nice clean house, lunch incl. Babys & up. Grandma type babysitting. 566-5491 ask for Betty. PHI 2380 Child care, any shift, 2 exper. moms avail., NON-SMOKERS, fenced yd. 564-6318 or 564-1670. PHI2675 Po You Need Your House Cleaned? I have ref. and a sheriff's card, I will do a quality job! 2934531 ask for Oonna. PHI 2962 Christian woman will babysit in her home, meals incl., weekends. Call 566-5068. Lie. 28995. PHI 2995 EDUCATION New to Area-New House Child Care any shift FT/ PT. Outstanding ref. 5580185 aft. 5. PHI2727 HOUSECLEANING Tired of bad housekeepers? Call Wendy 5658107. PHI2862 Loving mother of 1 will babysit your child, nny honne, reasonable & flexible rates, hot meals & snacks, have ref., call Julie 898-3206. PHI 2839 Single Grandma NONSMOKER have lots of TLC for your baby. Birth to 9 mo. Boulder Hwy. & Horizon. 566-5403. PH12975 CHILD CARE IN HENPERSON HOME Hot meals and snacks provided, infantstQ 5yrs. ,^ld, nice play area in backyard. Ref. M-F. 6 am-5 pm. 566-6283. PHI 2969 2 retired primary teachers will do before & after school care in our GV home. Drop off & pick up at local schools. 4549841. DH12959 ADULT DAY CARE, my home, Mon.-Fri., full 4 part time. 565-6210. IRONING TO PERFECTION $1.00 A PIECE CALL SELMA 565-1507 HOUSECLEANING Will clean your house with a personal touch. Reasonable Rates 558-6993 INCOME TAX BUILDING SUPPLIES STEEL BUILDINGS 2% Over Factory CostAll Remaining Inventory 1-800-973-3366. .CLASSIFIED 4 p.m. Friday for Tuesday issue, Noon Tuesday for Panoramr FINANCIAL SERVICES WE BUY MORTGAGES. Trust Deeds, Annuities. Did You Sell Your Property? Receiving Payments? Why Wah! GET CASH NOW! Nationwide. Great Prices. Call 1-800-659-2274, Ext. 32. FS13001 JJ YOUR UKAL li; PAYROLL COMPANV I^Txill Servijaes & General Ledger •WB/IOOO MagotOc Ifcdla •Accto-Pqnaik/ncdrahlc •Lock Box •Coado BUUag* •Bo^ RTCOlKUUoUau •Caobna Soaiw* NnrHAHnRFOR: •coNVEisicraEr.iip •EMPLOYBB ADDmONS •EMPLOYEE CBANGBS •LASBIPAYSOLL CHEriLS •PAYBOLL PICK IIP •MAONETIC TAPE UEDU •QUAJrrEKLY TAX BEPOKI9 •SIIS KGPOKT L733-0378-J flEVADA FINUCIAL CONCEPTS h^l7MII.Mus**s..>Mli 1M^H INCOME TAX THE TAX PROFESSIONALS Less than 15 min. away! 916 Nev. Hwy., Suite 4 B.C. 293-4688 ^^12723 ENTERTAINMENT fHllllVQ QVKLITY MOCAL PIANO Ul ll""^ OR KEYBOARD!a Entertainment. AvailahleforyourorRanization or event. Professional singer & Co. Flo Raymond Coral Cove Mutical Arts Studio. 565-8469 VOICE PIANO DRAMA LESSONS "chihkM A. Q1V. PioMrtn.l McNng. no Riymond.' CorCow MuHcH •>!> Sido Oponingt mllabi* _-_ -_^* phono no for ippl. SD5-O4O.' TiVj^/#iftiU^Vl^^€&ttNi^1 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 ternr^ and conditions of the offer. BO BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Big Besr Lake, CA, Lock & Key Business oppor. equip., inventory, & good will nets $70K annual. Mike Dolan, agent 909-866-6453. Advertise in the NEWS HOME BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY MAKE MONEY, START PARTTIME, EASY, NO EXPERI^CE, a NO INVENTORY. WHEN: MARCH 7 AT 7:00 PM CALL NOW: 566-1423 OR 558-7614 UMITED FREE SEATING—RESERVE YOUR SEAT EDUCATION Health Care Is The Future Train for TOMORROW! Learn to be a: + Medical Assistant + Advanced Medical Biller 4* Computerized Medical Billing + Health Claims Examiner EDUCATION Become a medk:al transcriptionist. Opportunity to work at home or in office typing for doctors. Home study. Free literature. P.CD.I., Atlanta, Georgia. 800-362-7070 Dept. YYC714. MCI 3004 Advertise ititlie^EIVS BUILDING SUPPLIES Steel Buikjing Manufacturer. 1995 Ciqukiation. Remaining Inventory MUST BE SOLD. Freight included. Free storage until delivery. Callforfree brochure. STEELMASTER 1-800-626-1110. Steel buildings. 40'X 27* X 14' was $6,450, balance $3,150. 40'x56'x 14' was $8,325, balance $5,325. 50'x 100'X 18' was $18,672, balance $10,672. Must sell. Don, 1-800-292-01 1 1. MCI 2998 Boxed Ads 8" ppr rolimio inch prT iss^ STORAGE RENTALS ROOMS FOR RENT Fum. studio, priv. ba., kit & ent., N-S, BC & Hend. $375 incl. util. + dep. 2936799. RR12121 Roommate wanted, Hend. home. NONSMOKER, call evenings 566-9837. RR12494 Mini Storage For Rent, 7x10, Off BouMer Hwy. AAthol $35 monthly 24 hr. sccess 431-4442 HOUSE RENTALS 1650sf,3bd.,2fullba.. 2 car gar., stove/refrig., sec. gated. Flamingo & 95. $850-1-sec. Call (702) 254-8576 or (909) 3129280. HR12902 HEND.3bd,2ba.,2car ar., 2 yr. old, in oodridge. NO PETS $975, 565-9437. HR12207 ^ Historic district charm w/ modern luxury. 2 bd., 2 ba., Ig. master suite w/ Jacuzzi tub & walk-in closet. Yard svc incl. $875, 293-6285. HR12497 Darling 2 bd., 1 ba., cottage, in histork: district. Yard svc incl. $675,2936285. HR12496 BC clean 2 bd., 1 ba., $675/mo. + $700 sec dep, 294-1698. HR12691 Master Bdrm. w/walk-in closet, prvt. bath, senior welcome, avail, now. 596-4653 or 294-1934. RR12893 Comfortable clean full house priv. employed man call evenings, 2931022. RR13053 Female roommate wanted. For info, call 5642505. RR13051 STORAGE RENTALS STORAGE UNITS 10' X 20' 293-1135 um. HOUSE RENTALS BC townhouse, 3 bd./2 ba., spa, garage, lake view, $1250, Desert Sun Realty, 293-2151. HR12922 HEND., 3 bd.. 2 ba., $775/mo. -Idep., 5647603. HR13026 Almostnew, 3bd., 2ba., 2 car, owner/licensee. Call after 6 PM, 5583676. HR12999 NEWHOME3bd.,2ba., 2 car gar., located at Freeway & Horizon, $1025/mo., 294-0728. HR12801 ••••••• ^ mid-mcumHcm JL. ^ AVAIL IKO. '^ • 4 BD. 2 BA fOHMAL ON. RM. JL. EAT-iliaTCH,PAIITRY, FRPL,'* i KABGAR.CORHER LOT ONLY JL. ^$115aIO.,454-90. ^ • ••••** Lake Mountain Estates Unsurpassed view of mountains & lake. Spotless 2 bd., 2 ba., huge Jvrm., 2 car gar. w/workshop, 14x24 cov. patio & deck, all appl., beautifully landscaped, 55+ only pis., $935/mo. Pis. call 7912011. HR12919 CONDO RENTALS II CONDO RENTALS 2 bd., 2 bl., 2 car gar, pool, clubhouse, partial lake view, $750/mo., 1st & last. 293-3482. CR12657 Fully furnished spy glass condo, 2 bd., 2-1/2 ba., $1200/mo. Ellen, Boulder Dam Realty, 293-4663. CR12209 Country Hills new aated community in Hend. Upstairs, Ig. 2 bd.,2ba.,frpl. w/pool, clubhouse & exercrse rm. privileges $775/mo. 293-6383. CR12313 CONDO SALES 4 Lines 6 cosh rote Luxury condo w/incredible lake view, 2 bd., 23/4 ba., extra park, $1150/mo. Gary Fisher 293-5599. CR12118 Evergreen condo, 2 bd., 2 ba. $650 + dep. Boulder Dam Realty, Ellen 293-4663. CR12208 2 BDRM., 1-1/2 BATH CONDO w/d, cov. arking, dishwasher. ehindf Joker's Wild $625/mo. "Sec" O.K. 564-3344. CR12907 HND. CONDO 2 bd., clean, some util. furn., NO PETS, $450 • dep. 564-1509/452-4884. CONDO SALES 2 bd., 2 ba., 2 car gar., pool, clubhouse, partial lake view,$119,500.2933482. CS12658 NOW SELLING New Luxury CONDOS 520 ARROWHEAD IM'HENDERSON 566-6570. OPEN DAILY 10AM-5PM INDUSTRIAL MECHANICS SHOP • • outdoor paved space, near Sunset & 1-515. $285/mo. 456-6520/ evening. MCI 2978 VACATION RENTALS Ski Brian Head. Condo with view. Sleeps 8, 2 mast., 1 loft br., den, Jacuzzi tub,frpl.,gar.702294-2320. MCI2852 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 Own Your Own Home Now! No downpayment on Miles materials. Innovative construction financing. Call Miles Homes today, 1-800343-2884, ext. L. LO13002 BOULDERaTY'"HILL AREA 1/2 ACRE-READY TO BUILDtl FABULOUS LOQATIONII CALL BOULDER DAM REALTY ask fof PsL 293-4663. I.0IS17 Call 259-6263 ACADEMY OP MEDICAL CAREERS WE OFFER: • Small Classes • Individualized Attention • Extemship Program • Job Placement Assistance FINANCIAL AID (To those who qualify.) S243W.ChMlaton,8te.2 'tfy)/\ nsr:i by NcvJdJ Commission on Postspconaary tduciticn 3^S^ THE UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE Needs Land In Henderson (Valle Verde Station). Nevada Tha tt MS MM to wtn9 M • SMMn In •n>m. rinl—( i i>iii< —atconiii lM l u nnWf MioS u —: North Boundiry: Warm Spring* Howl South Boundary: Hortnn Drtwi Eeal Boundary: Slaphania Straal WaalBoundarr •i 7 kal it aasa I SM laal d < Klia,—lMJataa>atl,aaawwt^—wrfWwiSow, npar Mp< iaa.2nal • •,tc.'nMofllrar al wH ounaiil Hmawafi Post OMcs. BOB MACOILL, PROJECT MANAGER UNfTEO STATES POSTAL SERVICE KNVER FAOLrriES SERVICE OFFICE SKS E. Tun* AvwHM. SuB* 400 Oaimr, CO S0n7-2aS1 Tilayhona (Ml) 23^M7 KfiHiii^i I tiiliiiJ*M>^ MS LAKE MEAD VIEW ESTATES, custom home lots overlooking Lake Mead. 702-294-0475. L012511 MOBILE HOMES Trailer Space for rent 216 W.Foster, Hnd., 5640147. MH12610 r^^wssiFiro 4 p.m. fridiy for Tuday iswe, ^kx)n Tutiday for Pinofitta' Under $475/mo.OAC for this3bd., 1-1/2ba.,new kitchen cabinets, new carpet, nice FAMILY PARK IN HEND. CO-OP 595-3279. MH12841 1958 42X10 in Moores Park in BC. $6000 OBO. Call 208-467-2970. 2 bd., 1 ba., Ig. sunny kitchen w/bay windows & pantry, Ig. Iiv. rm. wAip out, fenced, awnings, storage shed, mature trees & shrubs, low sp. rent, many renovations in/out, conv. to shopping & bus. rt. You finish & it's yours for $10,700. Call 564-8160 for appt. MH12989 MOBILE HOMES Boukler Hwy. & Russell Rd., 3 bd., 2 ba., doublewide, under$690/ mo. OAC. KIDS & PETS OK. CO-OP 595-3279. MH12842 Own your home & k)t, nee locatton, 2 bd., 1-3/4 bath MOBILE HOME. Asking $95,500 (Bk)w Appraisal) 294-0472. MH12688 TRAILERS RENT OR SALE Park Models good for 1 or 2 people. Rents starts $375/up. Sales start $1500/up. Ask for Melanie/Mario. 294-8888... APT. RENTALS I 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 AR12279 APAR T M E N 1—FOT PERSONS W/PHYSICAL DISABILITIES AND/ OR BRAIN INJURIES. Barrier free, subsidized 1 & 2 bd. apart, for indiv. w/physical disabilities and/or brain injuries. Fully wheelchair accessible, laundry, Ig. community rm., secured entry, on site caretaker. Supportive svc for residents of the Carol Haynes Apart, are available from various sources depending on disability & eligibility for funding. For info, call Lynn Gondorcin at 702359-7779. AR12567 Cherry Lynn Apts. 1 bdrm. No pets. Sr. preferred. Lease for 12 mo. 293-0420. AR12717 1 bd., near downtown, cable&utl.fur. $425/mo. $150 dep. perfect for single. Call 293-5533 afterS. ART 2734 1 bd. guest house in BC, covered park, wtr. & cable incl. $450/mo., $300 dep., 294-4385. $595 mo. 1st, last. Sec. Immed. occupancy, 2 bdrms., 1 bath, Central BC NO PETS 223-6748 after 6 pm. AR12705 SPACIOUS 2 BD., IB A. DUPLEX-W/Dhookup, no pets, $495/mo. + sec. Call 565-4906. AR12872 Very clean 2 bd. apart, w/ laundry facilities in BC. Quiet & ideal for seniors. NO SMOKING or PETS pis. $490 + Sec. 3618099. AR12889 APARTMENTS AS LOW AS $275 a Month furnished 564-6952 ,„,„ FOR RENT: Kitchenettes, $65/wk. Utilities pd. SHADY REST MOTEL. 565-7688. AR9597 UNFURNISHED 2 bd..1 ba., single story, Sr. welcome, carport, $500/ mo., 293-4832. AR12096 1 bd., 1 ba. $425/mo., 208 Bruce Way, Hend. contact Apart. A. 5648785. AR12105 CORNER COURT APTS. 2 bdrm.. 1 ba. Near Bask: High, $500/ mo. + sec. dep. 434' 9827. AR12201 2 Bd. apart, near down' town & schools $495/ mo., 293-0566. AR12251 2 bd., 1 ba., in quiet BC, NO PETS, $525/mo. ^ • dep. Avail. 3/15. 2941213. AR12772 Location 302 W. Basic Rd., Hend, 2 bd., 1 ba., unfur. apart., very clean, SORRY NO PETS, monthly rent $475-f Dep: Call435-8261. AR12898 2bd,1ba.,Hend,$500/ mo. $250 dep., 5657913. AR12991 NEW KITCHENETTES STARVIEW, 293-1658 Kitchenettes, fully furnished with cable, in Boulder City. 293-6269 Cell. 682-7914 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, 2 & 3 bdrm. from $550. Pools, picnic areas. Walk in closets. 293-1615 AR1227i Boulder City. 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 $420 & up per month, newly remodeled, spacious near schools, park & shopping. 565-7028 12508 COMMERCIAL RENTALS COMMERCIAL RENTALS AVAILABLE FOR LEASE Approx. 1000 aq. fl. warahouaa ai/balhiooin localad In naw Plan on highway. Phona prawtrad, avapocootar, racapllan araa, roll up door. $620/ino. Call 294-1500 to see WE'RE MOVINGI WE'RE MOVING! After 14 years at 501 Nevada Hwy. we are moving March 4th to 1497 NEVADA HWY., STE A., formerly the Chamt>er of Convnerce dome. There will t>e no interruption of service, our phonenumber and P.O. Box remain the same. We are looking fonvard to this move and to continuing to serve you in our new location. Entering Boulder CKy on Hwy. 93 we're the only domeon theright. COLOWELL BANKER ANCHOR REALTY, mC, 293-5757. coiws

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mmmmmmmmm mmmmmmmmm wm Pag* 16 Hcmlmrson Horn* Nws Tuesday, March 5,1996 I COMMERCIAL RENTALS 3500 sq. ft. Warshouse spaca for rant, 710 W. Sunsat, 564-4100. CGI 2410 HOMES WANTED l REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE Offica warahousa suits 1000 sq. ft., 1557 Foothill Dr. Strsat f rontaga 80 $650 mo. with $550 Sacurity Dap., 293-3115. 0012281 BC Office/Warehousa Only $800/nnonth. BRET 294-8482 Dsssrt Sun RIty. 0012934 BO offica spaca for rant. 1.000 to 24,000 SF at 50 cants/SF/mo. locatad at 1404 Colorado, 1-1/2 blocks from main PO. 293-7007. 0O11321 Office warehouss, 3000 SF in 80, 3 phase pwr. avaiL Call 294-1213. 0012837 BC approx. 1000 SF warehouse w/bath in new plaza. Temns negotiable. .293-1844 weekdays to see. 0013028 FENCE EQUIPMENT/ Storage yard, 216 W. Foster, 564-0147. N NEED 2-4 BDRM. HOMES* Cash out or assume & make back paymants. Fast cash. 294-1091. MC12715 Responsible clean fanr>ily of 4 needs a 3 bd. house or doubiewide mobile to rent or rent to own in nk:a neighborhood of Hand. Can do maint. & repair, NO PETS, NON-SMOKERS, $400 to $500/mo. Move in before April30th. Call Margaret anytime, 294-0675. MC12672 Doxed Ads ^d** per colurwi inch per issue REAL ESTATE BC-PRICE REDUCED3 Ig. bd., 2 ba., 1725 sf, $159,500.5yrs. old, 3% to realtors 391-1644. RE11931 CM Zoning BC 1600 SF of shop area w/600 SF of caretakers quarters. Washer & dryer incl. Lease $1200/mo. 2932202 BEFORE 6 PM. 0012607 Professional office space available in Boulder City, Eagles Nest 0ffk:e Park, 1000 NV Hwy. Approx. 800 or 1600 sq. ft., terms negotiable. Phone 2935496 or 293-3119. 0012280 Hwy. frontage, lOOOs.f., separate entrance, bath rm., central htgycooling. Utilities paid. Will carpet to suit. $750 per mo. CALL Katie 293-5757for info. C012874 BCNICE -4 Bed. Lewis Home, Great cond., pool, $169K. Call BRET 294 8482, Desdrt Sun RIty RE]2948 BC 3 Bed./2 Bath Home, $105K. Call BRET 294-8482 Desert Sun RIty. RE12950 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. RE12171 NO MONEY DOWN New program. If you are working or retired you may quality to purchase a home with no money down. Call me today to find out how. George 371 5375. RE12945 4000 SF WAREHOUSE SHELL Directly across from (Lakes of Las Vegas), perfect for sub contract. Lake Mead Boat Storage, 565-0700. 0012883 Boulder City Retail/Office Space Terms Negotiable B.C. Adobe Realty 293-1707 BC LEWIS HOME, approx. 1700 sq. ft., 3 bdrm., 1-3/4 ba., Ig. den w/frpl. Many upgrades, $158,900. Call 294-1969. RE12946 COMMERCIAL SALES FOR SALE WAREHOUSE $39,950. 20 X 30. Call 294-0225. M09767 ACREAGE 2.39 ACRES on "B" Hill in Boulder City, more than $35,000 below appraisal. Call Jerry, Century 21 Realty Assoc, 454-2204 or 367-0990. MCI 2222 BY OWNER 2,739 SF home on full acre, fenced, zoned for horses. House is 2X6 const., 3 bd, 21/2 ba., Ivrm., dinrm., gr. rm., 3 firpl. mast, bath has double shower w/ steam rm., garden Jacuzzi tub, end. patio w/ 15X30sunken dough boy pool. Landscaped appraised price of $200000. Bud or Nancy, 564-1098 or 565-8097. RE12293 LAND FOR SALE FREE LIST of Idaho land bargains along Snake and Salmon Rivers and Hell's Canyon 20 to 1,000 acres from $24,900. Excellentfinancing. Call now 208-839-2501. Open 7 days, 8:30-8:30. MCI 3003 MOBILE HOME RENTAL 3 bd. (12x60)1-1/2 ba. in 80. Fenced yard, w/d hook-ups, partially furnished, NO SMOKING, $725/mo. + dep.. Senior Disc. 293-2575. MO12920 REAL ESTATE Ul l)\l()t MAIN REALTY GOLF COURSE LOCATION 4BR/5BA 3 car gar. Home was model! Upgrades galore. $359,900 294-1500 FOR SALE LEWIS HOME ON CORNER LOT-3bd., 1-3/4ba., 2 car gar., RVparklngbofh sides. Remodeled kitchen w/add on dining & den. Call for appt., ask for Amy. 293-1419. RE12571 Charming 2 bd., 1 ba. Many extras including oakfloors, detached gar., niat. landscape, walk to OldTowne$108K. 2940423. RE12794 NEED NEW or EXPERIENCED R.E. agents for expanding office in BO. 100% commission desks available @ $100 mo., $150 per transaction • • E&O. NO franchise fees, also liberal split arrangements. Non-MLS available. For more info, and conf kJential inten/iew, call Katie, CB Anchor Realty, 293-5757. RE12199 COMMERCUL LEASE Office/ Warehouse 2 full units avail. I w/ apt. New bidgs. Great area! Call for prices. 294-1500 BOcondo,4bdrm.,3ba., fam. fp w bar, sgl. gar., pool, total new interior, nice owner will carry $165K, 294-0290. RE12736 BY0WNER2bd., Iba., townsite corner lot, frpl., carport, new roof, paint & carpet, w/d. $66,500,179 Magnesium, Hend., 5668666 Buyers Brokers OK. RE12970 RtDMOl M \IN REALTY QUIET CORNER lot 3BR/2BA in golf course area. Lots of fruit trees. Pool & spa 2 car garage. $169,900 294-1500 BARELY LIVED IN! 3BR/3.5BA Beautiful custom home with Lake Mead view. Bonus room. S22S.000 294-1500 4400 SF FOURPLEX 801 E. MAJOR ST. in HEND. $175,000, drive by & looi(. Pis. don't bother the tenants if int. Cali 806-935-4444 LEAN GREAT STARTER HOMEI 3 Badrooma, 1 balh, In a goodaatabllahad nalghbcrtwod. RV (MrMng, HUGE lot! RaaaonaUy pricad$79,95a DEUGHTFULLY DIFFERENT 2134 aq. ft, 4 badroom, 2 bath homa which haa baan upgraded & remodeled to enhance your everyday living plaature. Perfect for antartalnlng^nalda or out-a muat aaa to appraclata. Large (71'x130') lot. $125,000. OASIS IN THE DESERT Located In an area of all cuatom home*. This beauty offera 3 badrooma, 2.75 bathe, over 2300 a/f, corner lot w/RV-boat prkg., luah landacaping & In-ground pool. There's moral Call to seal BEST PRICED 4 BEDROOM ... apllt floor plan, vaulted living area, aunny eat-In kitchen, 2 car garage, Indoor laundry, Irg. patio, low traffic atreet, nice area of newer homes. $110,000. HOP, SKIP & JUMP to ahopping canter, 3 bedrooms, separata family rm., akyllght, upgraded kitchen cabinets, central c/h, rear yard RV accaas, aaller will entertain all offera ...$81,900. DON'T SNOOZE ON THIS ONE. Pretty 3 bedroom, 2 bath located on quiet cul-desac, approx. 1800 s/f, huge family room w/ firepiaca, country kitchen, dual panes, almost new roof, priced right... $90,000. GREEN VALLEY/NO QUAL! 1 Story, 3 bedrooms, 2 batha, great room, fireplace, dining area, 2 car garage on quiet cul-desac. Owner may carry small second. Only $i24,ooa::-, :'/--;rv:;' • ;;.;; • -::^;..; • • :;. • :. OWNER WILL CARRY FINANCING-Home on Black Mtn. Golf Course-Large Master bedroom sulte-4 Bedrooms-Game room In addition to Family room-Oversized poolRV parking. Call for more details! EXCELLENT TERMSI Vacant land In Henderaon/Mlsslon Hills custom area. Corner lot w/utllltles In street. Zoned for horses. Don't misa this opportunity. Call today for more Infol 101 E. Horizon, Henderson REAL ESTATE CAREFUL, IT'S LOADED, with all the upgrades you desire! Just move-in & enjoy this BETTER THAN NEW 3 bd., 2 ba. Beautiful pool w/inground speakers, alarm sys., patios & much more! Call Valerie to view 498-3291 only $119,000 or 3% down avail. Lk:ensee. OPEN HOUSE TODAY. RE12756 GVOWNERVIEWclean, finished in/out, 2 unit, 2 Ig. bd., 2.5 ba., 2 car, all appl., 1300 SF, cov. spa, pool 1/3 bik, $111,500 502 Setters Mill, $25,000 upgrades, show appt. 458-2351 open 12-5Sun. RE12982 Rl 1) MOl MAIN REALTY PRICE REDUCED! Home completely redone 10 months ago! Ail new kitchen. $159,900 02) 294-1500 II EQUAL HOUSING oppoRTUNrrv 564-6546 • reakfast bar, garden window & nook area. Built-in entertainment area. All this and the privacy of a fenced yard including RV or boat parking. $218,000. HERE'S THE KEY toyour happiness with this new custom home. Currently under construction. 3 bdrms, 2 baths, over 2000 sq. ft.-3 car garage. 9 feet walls, wA/aulted ceilings, pot shelves, niches. $185,900, 2 STORY EXECUTIVE home w/over 3000 sq. ft., w/indoor spa & private master suite w/sltting room. Formal dining, 5 large bdrms. w/bdrm. & bath downstairs for guests or in-laws. Familyroom, wet bar, pot shelves, rhuch more. $189,000. FOR FAMILY PLEASURES over 2300 sq. ft., bdrm. home w/2.75. baths. 1/2 acre corner lot w/RV-boat parking,.lush landscaping & an inground pool patio w/mlst system & custom BBO. There's more. $229,000. .Call BONNIE MUSSELMAN 373-1967 Onfu9; 21. JR REALTY CALL COLDWELLB ANKER Q m COLDWELL BANKER ANCHOR REALTY 1497 Nevada Hwy.. Boulder City Hwy. 93 to B.C. only dome on right i''" >:.;:v. 293-5757 .;:-i^.^-;.: FREE! LIST OF ALL HOMES FOR SALE IN B.C. HOMES DEL PRADO tile roof, 1577 s.f., freahly painted interior, covered patio, sparkling pool & more...(189,900. TILED ENTRY, KITCHEN & FM. RM., 4 bd., 3.5 ba., bit.-in surround sound, pool, spa, gazebo, 3190 s.f. $397,500. KEY LARGO 3 bd., 2 ba., tile fira. & counters in kitchen, & f m. rm. Lake view, insulated garage. $209,900. INVESTOR OR let time buyerl Needa some work, best price around. 3 bd., 1 ba. $79,900. ITALIAN MARBLE thru entry, kitchen & L^R. Skylight in entry, new carpet in bedrms., 2 car garage, pool. $146,500. ROOM FOR TOYSI 4 bd., 3 ba., 3027 a.f., oversized garage, lake view, rock f/p in L/R, bonua rm. downstaira ft more. $269,500. MANUFACTURED HOMES NEW ON MARKETI 2 bd., 2 ba., 3 car carport, 2 c. garage, RV prkg., covered porch, too much to tell. $128,500. PEACE A QUIET 2 bd., 2 ba., fam. rm., lake view, covered porch, carpet, vinyl paint 1995. $127,500. LAKE VIEW, corner lot, garage, carport, covered patk>, family rm. w/ fireplace. Lota of extraa. $178,950. BREATHTAKING VIEW from thia one, island cooking ft huge pantry. Island cooking, fm. rm., ovarslzed garage. $210,000. LIKE NEWI2 bd., 2 ba., stucco extertor on permanent foundatk>n, new appliances, carpet, cabinets A more. $102,000. OPEN FLOOR PLAN ft lake viewl Oversized 1 car garage wKh 17x17 laundry ft workshop. Neutral colors t/o. $169,900. LAKE VIEW from screened in patio and front rooms. 2 bd., 2 ba., 3 car carport Lota of RV parking ft large storage bidg. $137,280. THREE BDRM., 2 ba, large covered porch with some lake view. Nice patio, atorage/hobby room ft morel Reduced to $142,500. LAKE VIEW large lot in cul-de-aac, lots of RV parking. 2 bdrm., 2 ba., storage ahada ft morel $155,000. MOBILES IN PARKS UPGRADED DBL WIDE in Gingerwood. Lots of ceramic tile in kitchen ft batha, barber carpet t/o, carport Furnished $48,500. IMMACULATE 2 bd., den, covered porch, parking ft patio, all appliancaal Needa to aell. $26,900. In Gingerwfood. DESERT VIEW from covered porch. 44x24 home with drywall interior. 1991 Sih/ercrast, all iv>pliancas, 2 bd. $60,000. COMMERCIAL LOT FOR SALE with 4 car garage and each one rented. $70,000. SLOG, ft BUSINESS in the heart of B.C. Gaa statton with machank: on duty. Buay comer on Nev. Hwy. $395,000. COMMERCIAL BLDa-40 a.f. waa hamburger reat, on hvga 99x156 lot Hwy. frontage. $275,000. CORNER LOT HWY. FRONTAGE • 9000 a.f. bIdg. on 93x166 lot New rool. Dock doora, 4 lane hwy. $750,000. v (a) eiMO COMMI B*w RMUOTM KMI e pnd n % Owwd md Opmttt REAL ESTATL BC BEAUTIFUL 4 bd, 3 bath, 2 story, large pool, everything new and upgraded. 294-8482 Llcenaee. RE 12954 BC COMMERCIAL Office/Warehouse 4 units rent for $2200. Sell for $218,900. Call BRET 294-8482 Desert Sun RIty. RE12952 4 bd., 2 ba., nearSoukiar A Horizon, 1577 SF,430 SF patio, asking $113,000. Call afterSPM or Iv. msg., NO REALTORS PLS.. 566-1277. RE12964 REAL ESTATE 110.000 down. $886 mo., 1600 sf, 3 bdrm., sun room, neat ft clean, ck>sa to downtown BC. Call avaa. 223-6748. RE12703 REAL ESTATE PRICED TO SELL 2BR/2BA Man. home in beautiful 55+ community. Nuetral decor, open floor plan. $129,000 ron 294-1500 REDUCED.. LUXURY CONDO w/ gorgeous view of lake. R.V. garage, sky lights, sauna. S185.000 (7021 294-1500 BC executh/e home-super clean, original owners, never pets or snx>kers, great location. $196,650. Owner licensee, 294-2627, Desert Sun Realty. RE12921 ASSUMABLE no qualifying RV park, pool, spa, 3 bd., gar., $109,500. Shannon Agency, 3612399. RE13034 REAL ESTATE Wtien you're thinking of txiyir>g or selllrig a home, you'll want the transaction to proceed swiftly and affk:ientty. Thai's why you should kx>k for a real estate professional with special expertise In HsUng, selling, investment and taxes. Someone with a proven record of experience Someone you can tmst. That someone Is a Certified Residential Specialist (CRS), your best ctwice in real estate. ^mt^ Cell Dave Berard r^MTJ Rei/Mex Eagle's View ^jm/tk^ Brokar/Q.R.I. CRS (702) 566-6700 2 Commercial Lots Both totally buildablel from lot line to lot linc.[ Great location in BC. One for: $78,000 & One for: $65,000 294-1500 REMODELED 3BR/2BA 2 car garage, R.V Parking. Covered patio, shed. Many upgrades. Call for info SI 66,000 294-1500 IMMACULATE HOME IN BC mscummings 3 iMdrooms, 1-3/4 baths workshop, 2 car gar., open floor plan, vaulted ceilings and much, much moral $185,000 Shown by appointment 294-2926 FOR ALL YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDS... Call Henderaon'a #1 Real Estate Team BRENDA BIRD GRI, CRS Lifetime Henderson Resident 564-1127 WENDY WILLIAMS 378-1689 Over $100,000,000 in Sales 27 years combined Real Estate experience! "77ie DYNAMIC DUO Sells Homes!" Henderson Realty, Inc. 'The Property People" 18 Water Street 564-2515 Call now for new home Information! WHY RENT RV SPACE When you can own your own lot w/.small 2 bd. mobile home on it -I3 storage bldg.s., completely fenced. Only $45,000. S: 50630 COMPLETELY REMODELED 3 hl 2 ba., approx. 1900 .sq. ft., new 5 ton a/c unit, new carpet & appliances, Ig. kitchen, freshly painted inside & out, RV parking. Great downtown neighboriio(xl. N:50930 MOBILE HOME & LOT -IM* \^ fam. rm., cov. patio. Owner will carry w/ small down payment. S:50287 LIKE A MODEL! 3 bd, 2 ba., garden tub, 2.5 c. g;ir., Iaiid.scaped, tile root, island kit., brklst. bar, pot shelves. N:48003 MISSION HIL LS REDDCED! Seller wants quick sale, 3 bd., 2.75 ba., fam. rm., f/p, acre lot, nearly 2500 ,sq. ft., p(X)l/spa. Call for details. S:37701 COUNTRY LIVING IN THE CITY! 4 bd., 1.75 ba., 2 c. gar., superb curb appeal, waterfall, built-in BBQ, cov. patio, .spa, RV access. Priced to sell yesterday. 1:49852 (=> EQUAL EACH OFFICE IS HOUSWG INDEPENDENTLY OWNED OPPOfllUNITY ANDOPEFIATED. & m I! Adobe ^ Realty lOUAL HOUtINO OPKWTUMTT (702) 293-1707 :'%';'V \-3:JiA.^^i:{ •. • 5ii.-irrV^ Aitt-i-n • i NEW ON THE MARKET...Seml custom home, 3 bdrms. • • den, 2 baths, over 1850 sq. ft., finished 2 car garage, pool & spa...$215,000. HOMES NEW HOME UNDER CONSTRUCTION...PIck your own up-grades, 4 bdrms., 3 baths, 3 car garage, great area...$290,000. GREAT STARTER HOME...3 bdrms.,2 baths, 2 car garage, over 1350 sq. ft...$139,500. IN GOLF COURSE ESTATES...2790 sq. ft., 4 bdrms., 3-1/2 baths, 2fireplaces, Scar garage, so many extras...$272,000. ZONED FOR H0RSES...4 bdrms., 1-3/4 bath, super kitchen, large lot on B. Hill, 2-car garage...$249,900. CHARMING (^MKf^eklfiOO sq. ft. home, 3 bdrms., 2 baroJ|o^fJ£^i]|ce. 2-car garage plus carport..J>149,900. OPEN FLOO auhe w/deck bdrms., 4 bat > sq. ft. master ke & mtns., 4 ge...$399,000. REDUCED...Newer Del Prado 3 bdrms., 1-3/4 baths, 2 car Q^^,ldel8lt landscapings ...$169,500. OV/l-ly SEMI-CUSTO nice area RVp MR)#nir|dcin|ely upgraded, }||p.,SJi llt<€pa...$182,500. TRI-LEVEL CUSTOM HOME...Spacious living areas, separata bdrm. with bath, pool & spa, plus 3 bdrms. & 2 baths, upper level, 2 car garage...$214,900. MANY UPGRADES...4 bdrma., 2-1/2 baths, 3 car garage, exterk>r workshop with 1/2 bath, extra storage, RV pkg. with full hookups, heated apa...$199,500. CUSTOM HOME WITH EXTRAS +...This home has Ha own Movie Theatre room • • • 3 bdrms., 3 batha, 4 car garage & more...$298,000. ONE OF A KIND...Unobstructed views of Lake Mead and mtns., totally up-graded ocean style glass patio, 3 bdrms., 3 baths...$319,900. NEAR THE 15TH GREEN ON THE GOLF COURSE...One level Lewis Home, 4 bdrms., 3-1/2 baths, 3 car garage plus Pool & Spa...$355,000. :: ::^ ^li UNOBSTRUCTED VIEWS...Lake& Mtns., over 2,600 sq. ft., 3 bdrms., 3 baths, oversized garage...$369,900. MUST SEE...3 bdrm., 3 bath home, nicely upgraded, 2 car garage...$167,900. NEWLY REDONE...Over 1850 sq. ft., 4 bdrms., new roof, new court yard, new mirrored doors, new paint in and out...$174,500. 1/2 ACRE ON CORNER LOT...3300+ sq. ft.. 4 bdrms., 3-1/2 baths plus office, 3 car garage, R.V. pkg...$305,000. ON THE GOLF C0URSE...4 bdrms.. 3 baths, 2 fireplaces, S-cO^ilii % RV parking, pool...$335,00dS^^^^*^ BEAUTIFUL VIEWS OF LAKE AND MTNS...4 bdrms.. 3-1/2 baths, to be sold with lot next door, $520,000 for the pkg. OPEN FLOOR PLAN...Custom 3100+ sq. ft. with beautiful views. 5 bdrms.. 3 baths, 3 car garage & more...$440.000. ELEGANT CUSTOM HOME...This home has 4 bdrma., 4-1/2 baths, 5 car garage, pool, spa, 4800 aq. ft. and let's not forget the movie theatre...$575,000. LAKETREE...2 bdrma pool (leaaed), call for detalls...$109.900. SPANISH STEPS...2 bdrms., 1-3/4 batha, ahows well only $97,500. CONDO/TOWNHOME 1-3/4 bath, comm. LAKE TERRACE CONDO...With view of lake, 3 bdrms., 2 baths, 2 car garage...$179,900 REGATTA POINTE...2 to choose from...one at $149,900 one for $188,700. Call for details. LAND LAKE & MOUNTAIN VIEW LOTS MANY TO CHOOSE FROM $84,380 TO $249,900. CALL FOR DETAILS MANUFACTURED HOMES PRICED RIGHT...Immaculate 2 bdrm.. 2 baths, storage, work8hop...$122,500. SO MUCH FOR THE $$$$ Over 1600 sq. ft., 2 bdrma., 2 batha, aome lake & mtn. view, anck>aad carport..$129,500. READY TO liOVE IN...Upgraded 3 bdrm., 2 bath home, with separate den. mountain view, covered patio and porch, 2 car gar...$133,500. i *We have many other properties available for sale or lease* COME IN OR CALL FOR A FREE LIST OF ALL AVAILABLE PROPERTIES FOR SALE 1310 NEVADA HWY BOULOCR CrTY FAX 702-293.7477 Jowl Cwran • 2t>-14S7 Dorothy MoMn 23-C0a7 Cteudla RMOIM 2a3-W4t OtMWM VanaM* 2a$-42S4 NaMiQry(a2-12M BOi AMworth 2n-7074 Ci4MinaLSralanFraaM,Bl Coldwell Banker Premier Golf course community -1583 Bermuda Dunes. 2 story, 4 t>d. home w/over 3400 sf. 4th bd. is mini-suite w/ entrance. Sept. RV/boat parking. Heated pool/spa. Call to see! Reduced! $359,650. Owner financing available. O'BRIEN GROUP 898-4312 293-6014 & ASSOCIATES 'NEW LISTINGI 2 BED. REMODELED 649 7TH STREET ONLY $128,000. NEW LISTING! 2 BED, 2 BATH CONDO, RENTED AT $600 MO. $68,000. •NEW LISTING! 4 BED. 1 3/4 BTH, OVER 1800 SF PLUS BONUSRM. ON LARGE LOTONLY$149,000. 'BELLA VISTA LAKE VIEW LOT, GREAT LOCATION FOR SALE AT CU APPRAISAL $141,000. 'NEW LISTINGI ALMOST 2 ACRE HACIENDA COMPLETE W/POOL & HORSE CORRAL 3000 SQ. FT., 4 BED., 21/2 BTH. 1000 SQ. FT. GARAGE, ASKING $449,000. 'MONEY MAKER DUPLEX/BC PRICED TO SELL AT $112,000. •LAKE VIEW! 3 BED. CORNER LOT TILE ROOF, GARAGE. ONLY $225,000. 'COMMERCIAL LOT NEAR CITY HALL $75,000. 'RENTALS: 1 ft 2 BEDROOM DUPLEX. 3 BED. HOUSES. COMMERCIAL LIVE INI Tuesday, March 5,1996 Handarfon Horn* N0ws Pag 17 REAL ESTATE Cedar Ci+y Southern Utah 20 Acres, Breathtaking Mountain Views $56,500 • New 3BR 2ba $87,500 •Deli-CoflfeeShq) $79,900 • 5 Bedroom Brick Home Now Only $89,900. • Goigeous Custom Homes From $249,000 to 256,800 • Land, Laiid Plus More. Call Manny 294-0870 ERA Realty Canter •YOUR FIRST HOME* 24x60/3 bdrm., approx. 1440 sq. ft., in perfect shape, mobile home. Can be converted! So many new items & upgrades. A must see! B.C. 106,500k. •CLOSE TO HEAVEN* Stunning lake views, 3 bdrm., 2400 sq. ft., spa/4 decks upgraded to the max! B.C. 28Sk •NOBODY SLEIT HERE* 3 bdrm. Almost 1/2 acre, new home, 2538 approx. sq. ft., ton of amenities. 349K Reduced! •BEING SQUEEZED 4 BDRM.*Singlestory.quiet culde-sac, 4 bdrm., 4 bath. Lake view, 2219 sq. ft. 285k Reduced! All furniture can be purchased. B.C. *OPEN SPACE FOREVER* The desert and a forever view of the lake, large lot, 3 bdrm., cozy home, a must see! B.C. 219k. BARBIE'S DREAM HOUSE IS FOR SALE!* Exquisite new custom 3789 sq. ft., 6 bdrm., 5 baths, pool size lot, 3 car detached garage, ton of amenities! Full tranquil view of Lake Mead! Make offer, owner may carry I Reduced! Must sell! Owers want out! 460k. BC *UNDER APPRAISAL* Location! Location! Very quiet neighborhood, tile roof, 3 bd. or 2 & large den, lots of R V parking, 2 car (blocked in & gated) close to schools. Newer home. Best buy in the area! Reduced! I63K. •MOVE IN READY^ The perfect home, new carpet, just remodeled, 2 car, R.V. Clean, close to schools. All land.scapcd. lap pool & spa, 1648 sq. ft. A must see! BETTER THAN NEW^ Hou.se shows like a model, 3 bdrm. Approx. 1668 sq.ft. only 4 years old, lush landscaping, many upgrades, motivated seller! 127K Henderson. •GOLFER'S PARADISE* 4 Br, 2790 sq. ft. 100 x 125 lot. hardwood floors, many upgrades, a show place & a pool to die for! $349,950 B.C. •BACKS UP TO GOLF COURSE* 2 story, 4 bdrm., 4 bath & bonus room, lush landscaping, romantic maistcr suite, 3154 approx. much more, a true beauty, 369.900k. B.C. *ACT FAST* Over 1500 sq. ft. New beautiful condo, priced to bottomdollarat 129.900k. B.C. *GREEN VALLEY CONDO* 2 master suites upstairs, private comer unit. Beautiful mountain views, model perfect. 98K *A GREAT START* 4 bdrm., 2 car garage, fully landscaped, cov. patio, very clean and ready for you to move into. Hend. 98K Sandra Deubier 271-3277 REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE ThePrudential (^ Jensen's Realty'' • ^ Thinking of Buying or Selling? The Rocic is the answer! Tha Prudantial Janscn's Realty Spccialiies in Rcsidential-Comnwrciai and Property Management i^ EQUAL HOUSINC OrVORTUNITV We're here to serve you Henderson Boulder CKy JQj—, 564-3333 293-3355 ^"^^^^ REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE Fabulous New Mead View Estates Custom 4 bed' room 3 baths. Open Floor Plan 2800 + sq. ft. 3 Fireplaces, Gotgeous Master suite. French woin
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mmmmmmmmm mmmmmmmmm wm Pag* 16 Hcmlmrson Horn* Nws Tuesday, March 5,1996 I COMMERCIAL RENTALS 3500 sq. ft. Warshouse spaca for rant, 710 W. Sunsat, 564-4100. CGI 2410 HOMES WANTED l REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE Offica warahousa suits 1000 sq. ft., 1557 Foothill Dr. Strsat f rontaga 80 $650 mo. with $550 Sacurity Dap., 293-3115. 0012281 BC Office/Warehousa Only $800/nnonth. BRET 294-8482 Dsssrt Sun RIty. 0012934 BO offica spaca for rant. 1.000 to 24,000 SF at 50 cants/SF/mo. locatad at 1404 Colorado, 1-1/2 blocks from main PO. 293-7007. 0O11321 Office warehouss, 3000 SF in 80, 3 phase pwr. avaiL Call 294-1213. 0012837 BC approx. 1000 SF warehouse w/bath in new plaza. Temns negotiable. .293-1844 weekdays to see. 0013028 FENCE EQUIPMENT/ Storage yard, 216 W. Foster, 564-0147. N NEED 2-4 BDRM. HOMES* Cash out or assume & make back paymants. Fast cash. 294-1091. MC12715 Responsible clean fanr>ily of 4 needs a 3 bd. house or doubiewide mobile to rent or rent to own in nk:a neighborhood of Hand. Can do maint. & repair, NO PETS, NON-SMOKERS, $400 to $500/mo. Move in before April30th. Call Margaret anytime, 294-0675. MC12672 Doxed Ads ^d** per colurwi inch per issue REAL ESTATE BC-PRICE REDUCED3 Ig. bd., 2 ba., 1725 sf, $159,500.5yrs. old, 3% to realtors 391-1644. RE11931 CM Zoning BC 1600 SF of shop area w/600 SF of caretakers quarters. Washer & dryer incl. Lease $1200/mo. 2932202 BEFORE 6 PM. 0012607 Professional office space available in Boulder City, Eagles Nest 0ffk:e Park, 1000 NV Hwy. Approx. 800 or 1600 sq. ft., terms negotiable. Phone 2935496 or 293-3119. 0012280 Hwy. frontage, lOOOs.f., separate entrance, bath rm., central htgycooling. Utilities paid. Will carpet to suit. $750 per mo. CALL Katie 293-5757for info. C012874 BCNICE -4 Bed. Lewis Home, Great cond., pool, $169K. Call BRET 294 8482, Desdrt Sun RIty RE]2948 BC 3 Bed./2 Bath Home, $105K. Call BRET 294-8482 Desert Sun RIty. RE12950 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. RE12171 NO MONEY DOWN New program. If you are working or retired you may quality to purchase a home with no money down. Call me today to find out how. George 371 5375. RE12945 4000 SF WAREHOUSE SHELL Directly across from (Lakes of Las Vegas), perfect for sub contract. Lake Mead Boat Storage, 565-0700. 0012883 Boulder City Retail/Office Space Terms Negotiable B.C. Adobe Realty 293-1707 BC LEWIS HOME, approx. 1700 sq. ft., 3 bdrm., 1-3/4 ba., Ig. den w/frpl. Many upgrades, $158,900. Call 294-1969. RE12946 COMMERCIAL SALES FOR SALE WAREHOUSE $39,950. 20 X 30. Call 294-0225. M09767 ACREAGE 2.39 ACRES on "B" Hill in Boulder City, more than $35,000 below appraisal. Call Jerry, Century 21 Realty Assoc, 454-2204 or 367-0990. MCI 2222 BY OWNER 2,739 SF home on full acre, fenced, zoned for horses. House is 2X6 const., 3 bd, 21/2 ba., Ivrm., dinrm., gr. rm., 3 firpl. mast, bath has double shower w/ steam rm., garden Jacuzzi tub, end. patio w/ 15X30sunken dough boy pool. Landscaped appraised price of $200000. Bud or Nancy, 564-1098 or 565-8097. RE12293 LAND FOR SALE FREE LIST of Idaho land bargains along Snake and Salmon Rivers and Hell's Canyon 20 to 1,000 acres from $24,900. Excellentfinancing. Call now 208-839-2501. Open 7 days, 8:30-8:30. MCI 3003 MOBILE HOME RENTAL 3 bd. (12x60)1-1/2 ba. in 80. Fenced yard, w/d hook-ups, partially furnished, NO SMOKING, $725/mo. + dep.. Senior Disc. 293-2575. MO12920 REAL ESTATE Ul l)\l()t MAIN REALTY GOLF COURSE LOCATION 4BR/5BA 3 car gar. Home was model! Upgrades galore. $359,900 294-1500 FOR SALE LEWIS HOME ON CORNER LOT-3bd., 1-3/4ba., 2 car gar., RVparklngbofh sides. Remodeled kitchen w/add on dining & den. Call for appt., ask for Amy. 293-1419. RE12571 Charming 2 bd., 1 ba. Many extras including oakfloors, detached gar., niat. landscape, walk to OldTowne$108K. 2940423. RE12794 NEED NEW or EXPERIENCED R.E. agents for expanding office in BO. 100% commission desks available @ $100 mo., $150 per transaction • • E&O. NO franchise fees, also liberal split arrangements. Non-MLS available. For more info, and conf kJential inten/iew, call Katie, CB Anchor Realty, 293-5757. RE12199 COMMERCUL LEASE Office/ Warehouse 2 full units avail. I w/ apt. New bidgs. Great area! Call for prices. 294-1500 BOcondo,4bdrm.,3ba., fam. fp w bar, sgl. gar., pool, total new interior, nice owner will carry $165K, 294-0290. RE12736 BY0WNER2bd., Iba., townsite corner lot, frpl., carport, new roof, paint & carpet, w/d. $66,500,179 Magnesium, Hend., 5668666 Buyers Brokers OK. RE12970 RtDMOl M \IN REALTY QUIET CORNER lot 3BR/2BA in golf course area. Lots of fruit trees. Pool & spa 2 car garage. $169,900 294-1500 BARELY LIVED IN! 3BR/3.5BA Beautiful custom home with Lake Mead view. Bonus room. S22S.000 294-1500 4400 SF FOURPLEX 801 E. MAJOR ST. in HEND. $175,000, drive by & looi(. Pis. don't bother the tenants if int. Cali 806-935-4444 LEAN GREAT STARTER HOMEI 3 Badrooma, 1 balh, In a goodaatabllahad nalghbcrtwod. RV (MrMng, HUGE lot! RaaaonaUy pricad$79,95a DEUGHTFULLY DIFFERENT 2134 aq. ft, 4 badroom, 2 bath homa which haa baan upgraded & remodeled to enhance your everyday living plaature. Perfect for antartalnlng^nalda or out-a muat aaa to appraclata. Large (71'x130') lot. $125,000. OASIS IN THE DESERT Located In an area of all cuatom home*. This beauty offera 3 badrooma, 2.75 bathe, over 2300 a/f, corner lot w/RV-boat prkg., luah landacaping & In-ground pool. There's moral Call to seal BEST PRICED 4 BEDROOM ... apllt floor plan, vaulted living area, aunny eat-In kitchen, 2 car garage, Indoor laundry, Irg. patio, low traffic atreet, nice area of newer homes. $110,000. HOP, SKIP & JUMP to ahopping canter, 3 bedrooms, separata family rm., akyllght, upgraded kitchen cabinets, central c/h, rear yard RV accaas, aaller will entertain all offera ...$81,900. DON'T SNOOZE ON THIS ONE. Pretty 3 bedroom, 2 bath located on quiet cul-desac, approx. 1800 s/f, huge family room w/ firepiaca, country kitchen, dual panes, almost new roof, priced right... $90,000. GREEN VALLEY/NO QUAL! 1 Story, 3 bedrooms, 2 batha, great room, fireplace, dining area, 2 car garage on quiet cul-desac. Owner may carry small second. Only $i24,ooa::-, :'/--;rv:;' • ;;.;; • -::^;..; • • :;. • :. OWNER WILL CARRY FINANCING-Home on Black Mtn. Golf Course-Large Master bedroom sulte-4 Bedrooms-Game room In addition to Family room-Oversized poolRV parking. Call for more details! EXCELLENT TERMSI Vacant land In Henderaon/Mlsslon Hills custom area. Corner lot w/utllltles In street. Zoned for horses. Don't misa this opportunity. Call today for more Infol 101 E. Horizon, Henderson REAL ESTATE CAREFUL, IT'S LOADED, with all the upgrades you desire! Just move-in & enjoy this BETTER THAN NEW 3 bd., 2 ba. Beautiful pool w/inground speakers, alarm sys., patios & much more! Call Valerie to view 498-3291 only $119,000 or 3% down avail. Lk:ensee. OPEN HOUSE TODAY. RE12756 GVOWNERVIEWclean, finished in/out, 2 unit, 2 Ig. bd., 2.5 ba., 2 car, all appl., 1300 SF, cov. spa, pool 1/3 bik, $111,500 502 Setters Mill, $25,000 upgrades, show appt. 458-2351 open 12-5Sun. RE12982 Rl 1) MOl MAIN REALTY PRICE REDUCED! Home completely redone 10 months ago! Ail new kitchen. $159,900 02) 294-1500 II EQUAL HOUSING oppoRTUNrrv 564-6546 • reakfast bar, garden window & nook area. Built-in entertainment area. All this and the privacy of a fenced yard including RV or boat parking. $218,000. HERE'S THE KEY toyour happiness with this new custom home. Currently under construction. 3 bdrms, 2 baths, over 2000 sq. ft.-3 car garage. 9 feet walls, wA/aulted ceilings, pot shelves, niches. $185,900, 2 STORY EXECUTIVE home w/over 3000 sq. ft., w/indoor spa & private master suite w/sltting room. Formal dining, 5 large bdrms. w/bdrm. & bath downstairs for guests or in-laws. Familyroom, wet bar, pot shelves, rhuch more. $189,000. FOR FAMILY PLEASURES over 2300 sq. ft., bdrm. home w/2.75. baths. 1/2 acre corner lot w/RV-boat parking,.lush landscaping & an inground pool patio w/mlst system & custom BBO. There's more. $229,000. .Call BONNIE MUSSELMAN 373-1967 Onfu9; 21. JR REALTY CALL COLDWELLB ANKER Q m COLDWELL BANKER ANCHOR REALTY 1497 Nevada Hwy.. Boulder City Hwy. 93 to B.C. only dome on right i''" >:.;:v. 293-5757 .;:-i^.^-;.: FREE! LIST OF ALL HOMES FOR SALE IN B.C. HOMES DEL PRADO tile roof, 1577 s.f., freahly painted interior, covered patio, sparkling pool & more...(189,900. TILED ENTRY, KITCHEN & FM. RM., 4 bd., 3.5 ba., bit.-in surround sound, pool, spa, gazebo, 3190 s.f. $397,500. KEY LARGO 3 bd., 2 ba., tile fira. & counters in kitchen, & f m. rm. Lake view, insulated garage. $209,900. INVESTOR OR let time buyerl Needa some work, best price around. 3 bd., 1 ba. $79,900. ITALIAN MARBLE thru entry, kitchen & L^R. Skylight in entry, new carpet in bedrms., 2 car garage, pool. $146,500. ROOM FOR TOYSI 4 bd., 3 ba., 3027 a.f., oversized garage, lake view, rock f/p in L/R, bonua rm. downstaira ft more. $269,500. MANUFACTURED HOMES NEW ON MARKETI 2 bd., 2 ba., 3 car carport, 2 c. garage, RV prkg., covered porch, too much to tell. $128,500. PEACE A QUIET 2 bd., 2 ba., fam. rm., lake view, covered porch, carpet, vinyl paint 1995. $127,500. LAKE VIEW, corner lot, garage, carport, covered patk>, family rm. w/ fireplace. Lota of extraa. $178,950. BREATHTAKING VIEW from thia one, island cooking ft huge pantry. Island cooking, fm. rm., ovarslzed garage. $210,000. LIKE NEWI2 bd., 2 ba., stucco extertor on permanent foundatk>n, new appliances, carpet, cabinets A more. $102,000. OPEN FLOOR PLAN ft lake viewl Oversized 1 car garage wKh 17x17 laundry ft workshop. Neutral colors t/o. $169,900. LAKE VIEW from screened in patio and front rooms. 2 bd., 2 ba., 3 car carport Lota of RV parking ft large storage bidg. $137,280. THREE BDRM., 2 ba, large covered porch with some lake view. Nice patio, atorage/hobby room ft morel Reduced to $142,500. LAKE VIEW large lot in cul-de-aac, lots of RV parking. 2 bdrm., 2 ba., storage ahada ft morel $155,000. MOBILES IN PARKS UPGRADED DBL WIDE in Gingerwood. Lots of ceramic tile in kitchen ft batha, barber carpet t/o, carport Furnished $48,500. IMMACULATE 2 bd., den, covered porch, parking ft patio, all appliancaal Needa to aell. $26,900. In Gingerwfood. DESERT VIEW from covered porch. 44x24 home with drywall interior. 1991 Sih/ercrast, all iv>pliancas, 2 bd. $60,000. COMMERCIAL LOT FOR SALE with 4 car garage and each one rented. $70,000. SLOG, ft BUSINESS in the heart of B.C. Gaa statton with machank: on duty. Buay comer on Nev. Hwy. $395,000. COMMERCIAL BLDa-40 a.f. waa hamburger reat, on hvga 99x156 lot Hwy. frontage. $275,000. CORNER LOT HWY. FRONTAGE • 9000 a.f. bIdg. on 93x166 lot New rool. Dock doora, 4 lane hwy. $750,000. v (a) eiMO COMMI B*w RMUOTM KMI e pnd n % Owwd md Opmttt REAL ESTATL BC BEAUTIFUL 4 bd, 3 bath, 2 story, large pool, everything new and upgraded. 294-8482 Llcenaee. RE 12954 BC COMMERCIAL Office/Warehouse 4 units rent for $2200. Sell for $218,900. Call BRET 294-8482 Desert Sun RIty. RE12952 4 bd., 2 ba., nearSoukiar A Horizon, 1577 SF,430 SF patio, asking $113,000. Call afterSPM or Iv. msg., NO REALTORS PLS.. 566-1277. RE12964 REAL ESTATE 110.000 down. $886 mo., 1600 sf, 3 bdrm., sun room, neat ft clean, ck>sa to downtown BC. Call avaa. 223-6748. RE12703 REAL ESTATE PRICED TO SELL 2BR/2BA Man. home in beautiful 55+ community. Nuetral decor, open floor plan. $129,000 ron 294-1500 REDUCED.. LUXURY CONDO w/ gorgeous view of lake. R.V. garage, sky lights, sauna. S185.000 (7021 294-1500 BC executh/e home-super clean, original owners, never pets or snx>kers, great location. $196,650. Owner licensee, 294-2627, Desert Sun Realty. RE12921 ASSUMABLE no qualifying RV park, pool, spa, 3 bd., gar., $109,500. Shannon Agency, 3612399. RE13034 REAL ESTATE Wtien you're thinking of txiyir>g or selllrig a home, you'll want the transaction to proceed swiftly and affk:ientty. Thai's why you should kx>k for a real estate professional with special expertise In HsUng, selling, investment and taxes. Someone with a proven record of experience Someone you can tmst. That someone Is a Certified Residential Specialist (CRS), your best ctwice in real estate. ^mt^ Cell Dave Berard r^MTJ Rei/Mex Eagle's View ^jm/tk^ Brokar/Q.R.I. CRS (702) 566-6700 2 Commercial Lots Both totally buildablel from lot line to lot linc.[ Great location in BC. One for: $78,000 & One for: $65,000 294-1500 REMODELED 3BR/2BA 2 car garage, R.V Parking. Covered patio, shed. Many upgrades. Call for info SI 66,000 294-1500 IMMACULATE HOME IN BC mscummings 3 iMdrooms, 1-3/4 baths workshop, 2 car gar., open floor plan, vaulted ceilings and much, much moral $185,000 Shown by appointment 294-2926 FOR ALL YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDS... Call Henderaon'a #1 Real Estate Team BRENDA BIRD GRI, CRS Lifetime Henderson Resident 564-1127 WENDY WILLIAMS 378-1689 Over $100,000,000 in Sales 27 years combined Real Estate experience! "77ie DYNAMIC DUO Sells Homes!" Henderson Realty, Inc. 'The Property People" 18 Water Street 564-2515 Call now for new home Information! WHY RENT RV SPACE When you can own your own lot w/.small 2 bd. mobile home on it -I3 storage bldg.s., completely fenced. Only $45,000. S: 50630 COMPLETELY REMODELED 3 hl 2 ba., approx. 1900 .sq. ft., new 5 ton a/c unit, new carpet & appliances, Ig. kitchen, freshly painted inside & out, RV parking. Great downtown neighboriio(xl. N:50930 MOBILE HOME & LOT -IM* \^ fam. rm., cov. patio. Owner will carry w/ small down payment. S:50287 LIKE A MODEL! 3 bd, 2 ba., garden tub, 2.5 c. g;ir., Iaiid.scaped, tile root, island kit., brklst. bar, pot shelves. N:48003 MISSION HIL LS REDDCED! Seller wants quick sale, 3 bd., 2.75 ba., fam. rm., f/p, acre lot, nearly 2500 ,sq. ft., p(X)l/spa. Call for details. S:37701 COUNTRY LIVING IN THE CITY! 4 bd., 1.75 ba., 2 c. gar., superb curb appeal, waterfall, built-in BBQ, cov. patio, .spa, RV access. Priced to sell yesterday. 1:49852 (=> EQUAL EACH OFFICE IS HOUSWG INDEPENDENTLY OWNED OPPOfllUNITY ANDOPEFIATED. & m I! Adobe ^ Realty lOUAL HOUtINO OPKWTUMTT (702) 293-1707 :'%';'V \-3:JiA.^^i:{ •. • 5ii.-irrV^ Aitt-i-n • i NEW ON THE MARKET...Seml custom home, 3 bdrms. • • den, 2 baths, over 1850 sq. ft., finished 2 car garage, pool & spa...$215,000. HOMES NEW HOME UNDER CONSTRUCTION...PIck your own up-grades, 4 bdrms., 3 baths, 3 car garage, great area...$290,000. GREAT STARTER HOME...3 bdrms.,2 baths, 2 car garage, over 1350 sq. ft...$139,500. IN GOLF COURSE ESTATES...2790 sq. ft., 4 bdrms., 3-1/2 baths, 2fireplaces, Scar garage, so many extras...$272,000. ZONED FOR H0RSES...4 bdrms., 1-3/4 bath, super kitchen, large lot on B. Hill, 2-car garage...$249,900. CHARMING (^MKf^eklfiOO sq. ft. home, 3 bdrms., 2 baroJ|o^fJ£^i]|ce. 2-car garage plus carport..J>149,900. OPEN FLOO auhe w/deck bdrms., 4 bat > sq. ft. master ke & mtns., 4 ge...$399,000. REDUCED...Newer Del Prado 3 bdrms., 1-3/4 baths, 2 car Q^^,ldel8lt landscapings ...$169,500. OV/l-ly SEMI-CUSTO nice area RVp MR)#nir|dcin|ely upgraded, }||p.,SJi llt<€pa...$182,500. TRI-LEVEL CUSTOM HOME...Spacious living areas, separata bdrm. with bath, pool & spa, plus 3 bdrms. & 2 baths, upper level, 2 car garage...$214,900. MANY UPGRADES...4 bdrma., 2-1/2 baths, 3 car garage, exterk>r workshop with 1/2 bath, extra storage, RV pkg. with full hookups, heated apa...$199,500. CUSTOM HOME WITH EXTRAS +...This home has Ha own Movie Theatre room • • • 3 bdrms., 3 batha, 4 car garage & more...$298,000. ONE OF A KIND...Unobstructed views of Lake Mead and mtns., totally up-graded ocean style glass patio, 3 bdrms., 3 baths...$319,900. NEAR THE 15TH GREEN ON THE GOLF COURSE...One level Lewis Home, 4 bdrms., 3-1/2 baths, 3 car garage plus Pool & Spa...$355,000. :: ::^ ^li UNOBSTRUCTED VIEWS...Lake& Mtns., over 2,600 sq. ft., 3 bdrms., 3 baths, oversized garage...$369,900. MUST SEE...3 bdrm., 3 bath home, nicely upgraded, 2 car garage...$167,900. NEWLY REDONE...Over 1850 sq. ft., 4 bdrms., new roof, new court yard, new mirrored doors, new paint in and out...$174,500. 1/2 ACRE ON CORNER LOT...3300+ sq. ft.. 4 bdrms., 3-1/2 baths plus office, 3 car garage, R.V. pkg...$305,000. ON THE GOLF C0URSE...4 bdrms.. 3 baths, 2 fireplaces, S-cO^ilii % RV parking, pool...$335,00dS^^^^*^ BEAUTIFUL VIEWS OF LAKE AND MTNS...4 bdrms.. 3-1/2 baths, to be sold with lot next door, $520,000 for the pkg. OPEN FLOOR PLAN...Custom 3100+ sq. ft. with beautiful views. 5 bdrms.. 3 baths, 3 car garage & more...$440.000. ELEGANT CUSTOM HOME...This home has 4 bdrma., 4-1/2 baths, 5 car garage, pool, spa, 4800 aq. ft. and let's not forget the movie theatre...$575,000. LAKETREE...2 bdrma pool (leaaed), call for detalls...$109.900. SPANISH STEPS...2 bdrms., 1-3/4 batha, ahows well only $97,500. CONDO/TOWNHOME 1-3/4 bath, comm. LAKE TERRACE CONDO...With view of lake, 3 bdrms., 2 baths, 2 car garage...$179,900 REGATTA POINTE...2 to choose from...one at $149,900 one for $188,700. Call for details. LAND LAKE & MOUNTAIN VIEW LOTS MANY TO CHOOSE FROM $84,380 TO $249,900. CALL FOR DETAILS MANUFACTURED HOMES PRICED RIGHT...Immaculate 2 bdrm.. 2 baths, storage, work8hop...$122,500. SO MUCH FOR THE $$$$ Over 1600 sq. ft., 2 bdrma., 2 batha, aome lake & mtn. view, anck>aad carport..$129,500. READY TO liOVE IN...Upgraded 3 bdrm., 2 bath home, with separate den. mountain view, covered patio and porch, 2 car gar...$133,500. i *We have many other properties available for sale or lease* COME IN OR CALL FOR A FREE LIST OF ALL AVAILABLE PROPERTIES FOR SALE 1310 NEVADA HWY BOULOCR CrTY FAX 702-293.7477 Jowl Cwran • 2t>-14S7 Dorothy MoMn 23-C0a7 Cteudla RMOIM 2a3-W4t OtMWM VanaM* 2a$-42S4 NaMiQry(a2-12M BOi AMworth 2n-7074 Ci4MinaLSralanFraaM,Bl Coldwell Banker Premier Golf course community -1583 Bermuda Dunes. 2 story, 4 t>d. home w/over 3400 sf. 4th bd. is mini-suite w/ entrance. Sept. RV/boat parking. Heated pool/spa. Call to see! Reduced! $359,650. Owner financing available. O'BRIEN GROUP 898-4312 293-6014 & ASSOCIATES 'NEW LISTINGI 2 BED. REMODELED 649 7TH STREET ONLY $128,000. NEW LISTING! 2 BED, 2 BATH CONDO, RENTED AT $600 MO. $68,000. •NEW LISTING! 4 BED. 1 3/4 BTH, OVER 1800 SF PLUS BONUSRM. ON LARGE LOTONLY$149,000. 'BELLA VISTA LAKE VIEW LOT, GREAT LOCATION FOR SALE AT CU APPRAISAL $141,000. 'NEW LISTINGI ALMOST 2 ACRE HACIENDA COMPLETE W/POOL & HORSE CORRAL 3000 SQ. FT., 4 BED., 21/2 BTH. 1000 SQ. FT. GARAGE, ASKING $449,000. 'MONEY MAKER DUPLEX/BC PRICED TO SELL AT $112,000. •LAKE VIEW! 3 BED. CORNER LOT TILE ROOF, GARAGE. ONLY $225,000. 'COMMERCIAL LOT NEAR CITY HALL $75,000. 'RENTALS: 1 ft 2 BEDROOM DUPLEX. 3 BED. HOUSES. COMMERCIAL LIVE INI Tuesday, March 5,1996 Handarfon Horn* N0ws Pag 17 REAL ESTATE Cedar Ci+y Southern Utah 20 Acres, Breathtaking Mountain Views $56,500 • New 3BR 2ba $87,500 •Deli-CoflfeeShq) $79,900 • 5 Bedroom Brick Home Now Only $89,900. • Goigeous Custom Homes From $249,000 to 256,800 • Land, Laiid Plus More. Call Manny 294-0870 ERA Realty Canter •YOUR FIRST HOME* 24x60/3 bdrm., approx. 1440 sq. ft., in perfect shape, mobile home. Can be converted! So many new items & upgrades. A must see! B.C. 106,500k. •CLOSE TO HEAVEN* Stunning lake views, 3 bdrm., 2400 sq. ft., spa/4 decks upgraded to the max! B.C. 28Sk •NOBODY SLEIT HERE* 3 bdrm. Almost 1/2 acre, new home, 2538 approx. sq. ft., ton of amenities. 349K Reduced! •BEING SQUEEZED 4 BDRM.*Singlestory.quiet culde-sac, 4 bdrm., 4 bath. Lake view, 2219 sq. ft. 285k Reduced! All furniture can be purchased. B.C. *OPEN SPACE FOREVER* The desert and a forever view of the lake, large lot, 3 bdrm., cozy home, a must see! B.C. 219k. BARBIE'S DREAM HOUSE IS FOR SALE!* Exquisite new custom 3789 sq. ft., 6 bdrm., 5 baths, pool size lot, 3 car detached garage, ton of amenities! Full tranquil view of Lake Mead! Make offer, owner may carry I Reduced! Must sell! Owers want out! 460k. BC *UNDER APPRAISAL* Location! Location! Very quiet neighborhood, tile roof, 3 bd. or 2 & large den, lots of R V parking, 2 car (blocked in & gated) close to schools. Newer home. Best buy in the area! Reduced! I63K. •MOVE IN READY^ The perfect home, new carpet, just remodeled, 2 car, R.V. Clean, close to schools. All land.scapcd. lap pool & spa, 1648 sq. ft. A must see! BETTER THAN NEW^ Hou.se shows like a model, 3 bdrm. Approx. 1668 sq.ft. only 4 years old, lush landscaping, many upgrades, motivated seller! 127K Henderson. •GOLFER'S PARADISE* 4 Br, 2790 sq. ft. 100 x 125 lot. hardwood floors, many upgrades, a show place & a pool to die for! $349,950 B.C. •BACKS UP TO GOLF COURSE* 2 story, 4 bdrm., 4 bath & bonus room, lush landscaping, romantic maistcr suite, 3154 approx. much more, a true beauty, 369.900k. B.C. *ACT FAST* Over 1500 sq. ft. New beautiful condo, priced to bottomdollarat 129.900k. B.C. *GREEN VALLEY CONDO* 2 master suites upstairs, private comer unit. Beautiful mountain views, model perfect. 98K *A GREAT START* 4 bdrm., 2 car garage, fully landscaped, cov. patio, very clean and ready for you to move into. Hend. 98K Sandra Deubier 271-3277 REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE ThePrudential (^ Jensen's Realty'' • ^ Thinking of Buying or Selling? The Rocic is the answer! Tha Prudantial Janscn's Realty Spccialiies in Rcsidential-Comnwrciai and Property Management i^ EQUAL HOUSINC OrVORTUNITV We're here to serve you Henderson Boulder CKy JQj—, 564-3333 293-3355 ^"^^^^ REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE Fabulous New Mead View Estates Custom 4 bed' room 3 baths. Open Floor Plan 2800 + sq. ft. 3 Fireplaces, Gotgeous Master suite. French woin
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She was about 13 years older than the teacher and Wanda Mann had returned to school to earn her diploma. Earn it she did and her classmates and the teacher loved her for the good example she set for all of them. This took place at BasicHigh School 40 years ago and I was the fortunate teacher who had Wanda Mann in his class. She didn't ask or expect any .; favors from teachers or other students. Wanda always came to class well-prepared despite the extra hours spent with her family and church. She never appeared tired. We knew that she must have been exhausted by the end of a semester but refused to show her any unwanted sympathy. Wanda was truly a respected member of the class and was proud of this relationship with her classmates. Wanda Mann, a devout Mormon, lived a life that made her a most valued member of the high school class and the entire community. She taught all of us important lessons by the way she lived her own life and acted in public. Last week this fine woman left us as she neared the age of 80. I hope that her children, grandchildren, greatgrandchildren and great-great-grandchildren will leam as much from her life as we did. If they ever feel that life has given them too heavy a burden to carry, they should ask the Basic High School Class of 1957 and this teacher about the lady who carried her burden with a smile. "Why" is one of the most il&portant words a student should use when studying. Wanda always wanted to know why certain things happened or didn't happen. I'm sure that she helped me become a better teacher because of her questioning. She never hesitated to ask a question. She understood that there's not See One Man's View Page 2 INSIDE Scenes from a mall Panor.tnia cover Parallel world travelers return to Fox lineup TV NPWS inside Editorials Education 4-5 6 Seniors 8 Movies 10 Happenings Deaths 10 11 Sports 15 MMM 47. anriEdBtan HJXLPiMMMaM POBMIIMM (IH)-Mt1 Rob Weidenf eld/N ews Staff COOKIN' WrTH CRANBERRIES — Las Vegas resident Tami Frank prepares an old-f^hioned sweet and sour cabbage roll in the kitchen of Cranberry World West Saturday. Frank\ along wKh three other contestants, competed in the Cranberry World West Recipe Contest BakeOff for a year's supply of Ocean Spray juice. The contest was held in conjunction with the first anniversary of the visitors' center. Since opening in January 1995, it has welcomed nearly 300,000 people. North Las Vegas resident Evelyn Sandoval won the contest with a cranberry saucecake. • • .^ • • •%-'^^rS • .. • '/ Council approves higher signs for Reserve D.J. Allen News Staff Wrrter A master sign plan for The Reserve Hotel and Casino with a maximum height of 120 feet was approved by the Henderson City Council on Tuesday. Two weeks ago, the Planning Commission recommended a maximum height of 95 feet, stating it wanted to set a precedent of smaller signs for possible hotels and casinos along Lake Mead Drive. However, the Council agreed 4-0 — Councilman Andy Hafen abstained — with representatives from The Reserve that the location'of the sign i s a factor and should be taken into consideration. "I don't think we're setting a precedent because it is a unique situation," said Councilman Jack Clark. "I'm satisfied that they need to raise the sign to [120 feet] so [people] can see the marquee." Representatives for the hotel and casino said the taller height is needed because traffic on nearby Interstate 515 would not have a sufficient time to exit the freeway after seeing the smaller sign. To advertise the casino properly, a taller sign is needed, they said. In other business, theCouncil: • Approved a number of definitions and regulations to add to its ordinances regarding sexually oriented businesses. The definitions and regulations include guidelines on entrance fees, gratuities, attendants, servers, conduct and licensing. The main purpose for amending the regulations is to eliminate vagueness about what conduct is prohibited in sexually oriented businesses, according to the Council. •Denied without prejudice 40 — Councilwoman Amanda Cyphers was not present — an application for a bowling alley and supper club on five acres northwest of Horizon Ridge Parkway and Green Valley Parkway in the Green Valley Ranch neighborhood. "We don't feel the time is now or the time is right for the amendment you're requesting," Hafen said to the project's organizer. •Approved a use permit and architectural review of a purposed private school on 5.2 acres at 1051 Sandy Ridge in the MacDonald Ranch neighborhood. •Approved a two-year continuance for a casino and tavern at 900 S. Boulder Highway in the Valley View planning area. However, the Council ordered the applicant to take action to control dust from the property. The applicant must also represent the status of the project to the Council in one year for review. •Ratified the appointment of Mary Kay Peck as planning director. Peck has served as the interim planning director for the past six months. The Council also approved the four-year Ward II reappointment of Karen Augspurger to the Commemorative Beautification Commission. Under the Citizen's Concerns portion of the meeting. Mayor Bob Groesbeck directed Public Works Department Director Mark Calhoun to obtain the cost of a portable scale which would be used to measure heavy duty trucks and work equipment. • • zones decided Kathy Streeter News Staff Writer Youths explore potice profession D.B. Marciniak News Staff Wnter A discussion over zoning for high schools consumed most of the nine-hour school trustee meeting Tuesday night, and still left one vocal group dissatisfied. A group of parents, referring to themselves as the "89120 Group" in reference to their zip code, spoke against a plan 'to rezone high school children in their neighborhood. The Attendance Zone Advisory Commission's recommendation was to change the students' zoning assignment from Green Valley High School to Chaparral High. Parents and students requested that the 89120 area between Sunset Road, Eastern Avenue, Tropicana Avenue and Sandhill Road remain in the Green Valley High zone at least until the third new high school site is named. Parents said they wanted stability for their children who have repeatedly been rezoned to high schools in the area. Approximately 87 high school students now live in the 89120 e. "In 1991 you needed our numbers to open Green Valley High School," said parent Judy Mower. "In 1993-94 the Silverado Task Force thought you needed our numbers to save Valley High An area program to involve young adults with the law enforcement profession is also helping police official s with their duties. The Henderson Police Department Explorer Post #437 has attracted area youth with the imique experiences it offers. "The other day one of the kids cameback with abig grin because he had been able to put the handcuffs on someone," said Officer Nick Walling, Explorer adviser. Walling said the program serves to educate interested youth in law enforcement. He said the program also teaches laws to young adults, making them better citizens. They seem to like the flair of the law enforcement profession," he said. Rob Weidenfeld/News Staff NEW EXPLORERS — Henderson Police Department Explorer Post #437 welcomes its newest graduates at a ceremony Feb. 29. In the back row, from left, are Henderson Police Department training officer Nick Walling, Wes Weston, Jason Wesloski, Missy Jordan and Henderson Police Department Chief Tommy Burns. Front row: Landon Brabham, Jamie Shamo, Felicia Daum, and George Cooper. Volunteer members of the program, ages 16 to 21, assist officers and carry out general police duties to leam the profession. The program is sanctioned by the Boy Scouts of America. To become an Explorer is no easy task. Walling said. "All our Explorers have been thoroughly trained," he said. Explorers are recruited in January and July, and complete a six-month boot camp-style training program. lliey leam about criminal law, radio procedures, defensive tactics, misdemeanor car stops and other topics. After training, they qualify to patrol with police officers and assist them on duty. Once certiSee Explorers Page 2 New Comprehensive Plan takes shape D.B. Mardniak News Staff Wnter $•• Schools Page 12 Job growth will soar due to better management of the city's growth, according to a preUminary forecast provided by Henderson's new Comprehensive Plan. Rid( Counts, executive vice president of CSC/Counts planning agency, said Henderson is an ideal location for many leading businesses to estabhsh their companies. A blueprint for development on all levels, taking into account explosive growth, will allow the city to attract more business. Counts/CSC is nearing completion of its Comprehensive Plan recommendation for Henderson. The Henderson City Council is expected to vote on the plan within the next few months. Draft plans are expected to be finished by the end of the month and available for residents to preview. In a meeting Thursday at the Silver Springs Recreation Center, the plan was reviewed with residents. This is not a no-growth plan. "Riis is not a pro-growth plan. It's just a management and guidance plan," Counts said. According to the oompanjr's statistics, currently 8% of Henders