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1996-05-21 - Henderson Home News

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1996-05-21 - Henderson Home News
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Marciniak, D. B. ( Columnist )
Lacy, Thomas ( Columnist )
Szydelko, Paul ( Columnist )
Streeter, Kathy ( Columnist )
Allen, D. J. ( Columnist )
Bowman, Bill ( Columnist )
Weidenfeld, Rob ( Photographer )
Allen, D. J. ( Photographer )
Judge, John ( Photographer )
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HBC Publications, Inc.
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City and town life -- Nevada -- Henderson
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Pagt IS Panorama Thursday. May 16,1996 V H E N D E R S 0 N ^^ "^ tiibyA'' • • :<•' • • • • • • • • .!"'.'" • • 1-. • '• • • PROOF m--nim)?uyrz'~'Z^,/'.:'' • St#/.VAL£,:.CAf4^>bfe'.": • .:• • :'-^;^ Because of the Memorial Day holiday. aH News offices will be closed on Monday, May 27. The deadline for classified advertising in the Tuesday, May 28, edition is noon, Friday, May 24. For display advertising in the Tuesday, May 28. edition: 5 p.in. Thursday, May 23. For display advertising in the Panorama section of May 30: 3 p.m. Friday, May 24. m Tuesday, May 21,1996 l-lenderson, Nevada 50*h ^ 1 i 1 s ^, = •••wairfi'-^.^• ^^^ k .n ^ ? ,^ ^ *.^ I^T • -' '.* .^7 • • y ^!'ii^ ifc -^a Rob WeJdenfeld/News Staff '';'=;'!': KIDS' CONCERT — Children's music performer Nels sings during a free concert on Saturday at the Green Valley Town Center. America Nevada Corp. sponsored the event, which featured old-fashioned sing-alongs and clap-alongs, as well asoriginal music by Nels. Priorto the concert, Nels conducted songwriting classes for second-grade students at several area schools. Panel to consider arifenna In church bell tower in GV D.B. Maidniak News Staff Writer The Henderson Planning Commission is expected to hear a request for communications antenna vrithin a 60-foot high bell tower at the Green Valley Presbyterian Church during its meeting at 7 p.m. Thursday. The commission will meet in Council Chamber, 240 Water S The use permit and architectural review of the proposed antenna was tabled at April 25 to allow AT&T and church cfTicials to meet with concerned residents. The church is located at 1798 Wigwam Parkway in the Green Valley South planning area. Residents said the 60-foot tower which will hold the antenna is not a welcome addition to the neighborhood. They claimed that property values will decline and that music produced by the tower will be annoying. Several planners said the antenna inside the bell tower was an innovative way to deal with preserving the aesthetics of the neighborhood. In other business, the commission is expected to: •Consider a request for a rockcrushing operation for the Seven Hills Golf Course. Planner David Norris said the area in which the crusher will operate is largely undeveloped and no complaints from the closest residents have been reSea Planners Page 2 to open i D.B. Mardniak Nev*/s Staff Writer They're all topped off at The Reserve Hotel and Casino. Contractors and The Reserve offidals'threw a party Friday to celebrate the completion'of the highest point of the building on Lake Mead Drive near the expressway. Officials said the building is approximately 45% complete £uid is on schedule for its Oct. 1 opening. This is going to have the total Safari feel' to it," said Mike _^ij^jtarM.,.illi^ri||i.i;in.|| the casino area Friday following a 'topping off" party at the construction site on Lake Mead Drive. Police officer's car rammed Officer escapes serious injury ThomaaLaqf News Staff Wnter A Henderson police officer JMrrowly escaped injury Saturday when the patrol car he was driving was rammed by a man police were attempting to locate. According to police reports, Roger Peoples was luspec^ of letting a Las Vegaa teenage runaway stay at hii 112 Beacfa St reaideiM*. When police went to Peoples' home, they noticed a red 1995 Pontiac Firebird that they beUeved was his that was parked MMMiAtte emmr. Aa tibe peliee officer attempted to Uira his patrol car around to confirm that the Firebird belonged to Peoples, the man accelerated sharply and collided with the patrol unit Police reported that Peoples resisted and that they used pepper spray to subdue the man. Both Peoplea and the officer involved in the the inddent \ transported to St Rose ] can hospital and ware treated and r e l e as e d Rwi^lea was charged with battery with a deadly weepen, reaisting and obatrectincafaliM officer. In additioa, MaplnfMl dkarged with c o uui batim tadia ofa -! I

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ww ^WlfW*" ^ppp ^wwW"^^^^Sf"i"lPf*!if • pi*Vimi^*i t^^mf^^ mmF ^ftrnmrnfffmim P02 HandAfMn Homt Nws Tuesday. May 21.1996 Tuesday, May 21,1996 H^ndtrton Horn* Nawrs Ptgt S OVERVIEW PAUL SZYDELKO A Parents should see 'What about AIDS?' I finally made it out to Me 'What About AIDSr the controvernal exhibit at the Lied Discovery Children's Museum in Las Vegas. "nie exhibit, funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and brought to Clark County by a number of local sponsors, has been the subject of some debate in recent months. Pareobs, taadier8.i^iiij^1fetor8 and the boaind of trustees for the Clark Coxmty School District all have weighed the merits of expoaing students to the exhibit What's it all about? Before one enters the exhibit, a sign reads, in part: "Information in this •ahibit was tleveloped for children 10 years and older. Most of the exhibit i{ suitable for all age groups; however, parents of younger children may want to preview exhibits in the PG-10 area before bringing them into that area." The colorful, multi-media display is organised into three parts: 1. What is mV/AIDS? 2. Protect Yourself. 3. What Can We Do About it? Visitors are greeted by flip cards revealing answers to often-asked questions, puzzles, a timeline, paintings, diarts, graphs, computerized video stations, and faces — lots of faces of people infected with HIV. Different levels of information can be attained, depending on time available, level of interest and maturity of the children involved. Certainly, there's enou^ information presented here to make it worthwhile for adults to see. Younger children, accompanied by parents, guardians or teachers may want to scan certain sections and study others more closely. The material is presented in a senaitr^e,' Qomiassionate, ^i^^ aSihoritative and appealing mannei>~^ ^^ ..:.....,. Before ^tering the PG-10 area, which concerns protection from HIV, another warning: This section contains detailed information on sexual transmission of HTV. Some adults may feel that this material is not appropriate for children under 10." Indeed, a mural of condoms provides the backdrop to information on transmission. Some parents may find this offensive and feel it will encourage children to have sex at an earlier age. Some will feel the display is sensational, or cause a few more embarrassing questions at home. Detailed, at times graphic information, is presented about how the virus is transmitted and the methods to avoid it. But two messages stood out: • "What is totally safe? Abstinence." • "101 Ways to Make Love Without Doin'If Parents or teachers can easily guide younger children away from that section if they desire — they will still get positive messages and good information elsewhere in the tour. A book placed near the end of the exhibit encourages youngsters to write their thoughts on AIDS and the exhibit. The vast majority of the pages in the book I saw were scrawladj>n afid ti That's troubling because it indicates that children were unaccompanied by adult supervision in that area. The few thoughtful messages of hope, love, understanding and mourning were few and far between the pages of trashy drawings and unintelligible words. Fm not prepared to make the visit mandatory for all students. Certainly students should have permission from a parent or guardian. \ Generally I would recommend "What About AIDS?" for all high school age students braider. The sound, informed judgment of the people who hopefully know their youngsters best — their parents — must determine whether younger students will benefit from seeing the exhibit. Szydeiko is managing editor of the Henderson Home News. Volt's City Centre plan before Council *,Cf^,>' Voit Development's proposed office complex and parking garage on 303 Water St will be considered by the Henderson City Council tonii^t. The Council will meet in committee at 6:30 p.m. Its regular meeting will begin at 7 p.m. in City Hall, 240 Water St. l(ma:&i^ge requestslFirmn community commercial, downtown commercial and singlefamily residential to downtown commercial with redevelopment overlay will be discussed. The Council will also look ata request to increase the maximum building height from 40 to 85 feet and to reduce the rear yard setback to 10 feet. An architectural review will also be discussed. The $16.3 million, 110,000square-foot complex will include a five-story office building and attached parking garage. Judge aelection In other business, the Council is expected to discuss the process for appointing a second municipal court judge. The Council may also appoint members of a nominating committee. ^ According-^ to "laL memo front assistant city attorney Ron Sailon forwarded to the City Council, it is anticipated the municipal court judge would begin his or her duties on July 1, 1996. Any nominating committee appointed by the Council would be subject to the Open Meeting Law, and applications and answers to any questionnaires would be a matter of public record, Sailon wrote. .^. RESERVE: October opening From Page 1 St. Rose marks EMS Kalhyl News Staff Writer The emergency services staff' at St Rose Dominican Hospital hopes to inform residents of the proper use of 9-1-1 this week. In recognition of national Emergent Services Week (May 19-25), the hospital has increased efforts to inform the public of the purpose of emergency services. 'Teoplehave been calling 9-11 whoi they think they need to be checked and want a ride to the hospital," said Dr. Richard Henderson, chief of emergenqr services at St Rose. "... Our paramedic units have been responding with lights and sirens for some ridiculous things." Henderson said, c^^^ly a out of her pain medication and wanted a ride to the hospital to get more. In the meantime, another resident went into allergy ahpck and couldn't breath. Because the Henderson units were tied up, an ambulance had to come fVom much farther away to assist the true emergency patient "Most people don't think throui^ the omaequences of their call," Henderson said. They don't stop and think that if they call for arelatively minor problem, there will be no ambulance for the kid down the street." Henderson said the 9-1-1 system is not equipped to handle the number of non-emergency calls it receives. The city has four emergency imits that can be dispatched fo^ medical emergencies. As the system now operates, dispatchers must send an emergency medical vehicle to the scene. However, the computer system will soon be upgraded so that dispatchers can determine if an ambulance is needed. A fire truck or other unit will still always be^^sent, but there other units an^immediately needed. ^' > ^ .^ The theme of EMS Week this year is "EMS: It's Up to You." Henderson said the goal for the week is to educate the public about the EMS system and its appropriate use. If you have a question about 91-1 use or determining a medical emergency, call thehospital, 5642622. Courtesy Photo BRYAN MEETS CORBETT—Sen. Richard Bryan, D-Nev., met with Patrick Coibatt, plant manager of Kerr-McGee Chemical Corp. on May 9, In Washington D.C. Cort>ett met with Bryan to discuss issues facing Kerr-McGee. > rooms and retail stores. The second phase of the project will include a total of 500 hotel rooms, 50,000 square feet of casino space and 500-seat buffet. A total of 1,500 hotel rooms, 2,000 slot machines, 75 table games, several restaurants, meeting and convention facilities and other recreational amenities will be included in the project. Staying at the new hotel will be affordable, Villamor said. The average price for a one night stay is $45. The Reserve will employ approximately 750-800 people, making it one of the largest employers in Henderson. Villamor said most employees will be parttime and senior citizen workers. Schatzman joins Gem Gaming administration Mike Villamor, president and chief operating officer for Gem Gaming Inc., recently announced the addition of Gregg Schatzman as vice president of operations for the Las Vegas-based company. Schatzman, 42, will be instrumental in the development of Gem Gaming's initialproperty The Reserve," a $50 million South African and safari-themed hotel/casino located on 1-515 and Lake Mead Drive in Henderson. j))SCrQ|Q{ itthe|ir^i|t^|Auin^ of Wr)fin Las V^j^as. In 1980, he joined the Nevada Gaming Control Board as a financial agent, rising through the ranks until he was: appointedchief of investigations 1987. Schatzman become vice president of business analysis for Trump TaJ Mahal Hotel & Casino in Atlantic City, N.J. in 1991. As ^ a^ipw^ber of th^ T^il^^eNS, INC. Mike O'CaNaghan, Pratidant; Carolyn O'CaHaghan, Vice Prasidant: Tim O'CaSaghan, Traasurar/Vk:a PrasidenI: Mary CoMaan Miala, Vioa Praaidani: Rutha Daakin, Sacratary. SUBSCRIPTION RATES Sini^ SOcanta OnaYaar $30 (TwaM ConaecuNve MooHw) NeRatundi MAIL SUBSCRIPTIONS Waal o( Miiaiaaippi|40paryaaf EasKrfMiMN ~ -AddWimrtl iaawMMjISOpar yaar WMi Maair^Owcaa r!f-/-' / • h NOW OPEN! The Tic Tac Ties, Tic Tacks, Tic Bars, Money Clips and Many other Gift Items for Father't Day and your Pavoriie GnKlaate d ^^ Ralph Martin Conversationals Open 9 to 9 Mon. Sat. 9 to 5 Sun. 738 South Boulder Highwa]/. Next to Lucky's Supermarket Tel 564-TIES EVERY OTC STOCK TRADE ^27 GREEN VALLET HENDERSON 4451 E. Sunset Rd. #9 898-3587 THELAk£!& 8645 W.Sahara 254-6613 SUMMERUN 2620 Regatta Dr., 207B 341-5902 TO OPEN ACCOUNT MINIMUM $5,000 SEIBT FINANCIAL SliKX ILLS, INC ini-nibrr NASO Lf MP< AiM "PERFUME DEPOT Now has a new location of the gotewoy ,. ___ ^ to Green Valley and Henderson to make your shopping easier "^ ?^ Discounts ranging up to 70% on Nevaao's largest selection of original name brand fragrances NIW, dO ft HAKD TO FIND 'WITH NO IMITATIONS' IXPERIINCiD SALES PEOPU All Mojof Cradil Cotdt Accaptod siucnoN • mcis • SMVKI FuiorrwtAFPmo S725 S. PKOS, SUIT! D-2 • 454-50S9 (VONS SHOfPING CENTtI AT PECOS & lU&SflL) IMTWtEN BIOCKBUSTES VIDEO & SAllV S BEAUTY SUmY) PHONf ORDfRS SHIPPING AVAHAUII HAUI Hovir MovTri lO-tpm Sol l(Mp Sun I l'5p John Judge/News Staff STARS — Robert Moheit of Stargazers Traveling Planetarium explains the difference be^veen types of stars to children at Warren-Walker Pre-School Friday morning. Moheit uses an inflatable planetarium and portable projector to teach students about stars, constellations and the earth. Warren-Walker students explore universe Thomas Lacy News Staff Writer Children at the WarrenWalker Pre-8chool were given a special treat Friday when they were taken on an intergalactic trip. StarGazers, the first portable, inflatable traveling planetarium, provided the children with an up-close look at the planets, stars and even a meteor shower or two, all without leaving Henderson city limits. IIJI < I')(l(ii-:i(i I .1.1, .,: • .. From the outside, StarGazers looks like a silver igloo, but inside it is a classroom where children leam about a everything from constellations to the Earth's orbit. Robert C. Moheit, owner of Stargazers Planetarium Company, said the inflatable system has been touring the west coast for 12 years. It can be stored in a travel bag about three feet long and takes just 10 minutes to inflate. Moheit uses a projector to 4)v.* J.k^liA'V"' !.' l.--.JHilJ-i>K Ciily id celebrate jMemorial at Civic Center Plaza Saturday Join Mayor Bob Groesbeck and the Henderson City Council at 9 a.m. Saturday, as the city of Henderson celebrates its own version of Memorial Day two days before th^e q;|tiQnal holiday. The MCtk^ tmhaal event will unites residents and veterans groups from across the valley at the Civic Center Plaza and Veterans Memorial Wall, adjacent to City Hall, 240 Water Street. The ceremony is open to the public. The city holds two such ceremonies each year at the wall to honor military veterans and city pioneers. Residents and veterans gather before Veterans Day and Memorial Day to lay symbolic wreaths and honor new names added to the black aggregate. Tom Vineer, Past Department Commanderfor American Legion Po^4Q 1" {jendersQQt: will serve. as master of ceremwifes.' "-^ Hij^hlighting the event will be two Green Valley High School juniors—members of Boys State and Girls State—who will speak on the importance of patriotism. The American War Mothers, responsible for tallying the several hundred names on the walls, will lay the honorary wreath at the foot of the memorial. The Henderson Civic Symphony will perform..^ display a variety of shows on the inner walls of the' inflatable classroom. Students climb in and are treated to a light show that may include as many as 3,000 stars, all displayed as they would appear in the sky. Typically, Moheit begins the one-hour sessions by setting the controls so the light is identical to the setting of premier star gazing site like Mount Baldy. As Moheit explained it, the children need to travel away from the confines of the city because, '^e oty ha9 too much light pollution.* When -studc^Ht* arrive at Movint Baldy, they are treated to thousands of stars, just as they would be if the students were actually there. Shows may also be customized for specific classes, including one session which transforms the inflatable planetarium into a hiunanc^lU .^ ..-, Bujt the'primary^e8 of the sessions is on the universe. Children are taught how to find the North Star by using the Big Dipper as a reference point. In addition, they are taken back to ancient Greece to get a lesson in Greek mythology. Hands-on learning has been built into the show by letting the children hold an actual moon rock. While some planetariums focus exdUsivelyfon the stars and constellations, StarGazers provides instructions on all the planets in the Earth's solar system. Using a revised program from the world-famous Hansen Planetarium in Utah, Moheit gives children instruction on the origin or the planets and moons and how they related to the luiiverse as a whole. According to Moheit, the sessions are customized according to the requirements of each group and may be at a beginning, intermediate or an advanced level. For more information on StarGazers, call (805)583-4152. /instate Don't pay full sticker price for car insurance. /lllstate You're in good hands. John Chatwin 661 Stephanie 435-1338 Sunset SI Stephanie Acrou from ihrCalInu Mali in IhfTargft Center For auto discountsBeing in good hands is the only place to be. f I')*!!! 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ww ^WlfW*" ^ppp ^wwW"^^^^Sf"i"lPf*!if • pi*Vimi^*i t^^mf^^ mmF ^ftrnmrnfffmim P02 HandAfMn Homt Nws Tuesday. May 21.1996 Tuesday, May 21,1996 H^ndtrton Horn* Nawrs Ptgt S OVERVIEW PAUL SZYDELKO A Parents should see 'What about AIDS?' I finally made it out to Me 'What About AIDSr the controvernal exhibit at the Lied Discovery Children's Museum in Las Vegas. "nie exhibit, funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and brought to Clark County by a number of local sponsors, has been the subject of some debate in recent months. Pareobs, taadier8.i^iiij^1fetor8 and the boaind of trustees for the Clark Coxmty School District all have weighed the merits of expoaing students to the exhibit What's it all about? Before one enters the exhibit, a sign reads, in part: "Information in this •ahibit was tleveloped for children 10 years and older. Most of the exhibit i{ suitable for all age groups; however, parents of younger children may want to preview exhibits in the PG-10 area before bringing them into that area." The colorful, multi-media display is organised into three parts: 1. What is mV/AIDS? 2. Protect Yourself. 3. What Can We Do About it? Visitors are greeted by flip cards revealing answers to often-asked questions, puzzles, a timeline, paintings, diarts, graphs, computerized video stations, and faces — lots of faces of people infected with HIV. Different levels of information can be attained, depending on time available, level of interest and maturity of the children involved. Certainly, there's enou^ information presented here to make it worthwhile for adults to see. Younger children, accompanied by parents, guardians or teachers may want to scan certain sections and study others more closely. The material is presented in a senaitr^e,' Qomiassionate, ^i^^ aSihoritative and appealing mannei>~^ ^^ ..:.....,. Before ^tering the PG-10 area, which concerns protection from HIV, another warning: This section contains detailed information on sexual transmission of HTV. Some adults may feel that this material is not appropriate for children under 10." Indeed, a mural of condoms provides the backdrop to information on transmission. Some parents may find this offensive and feel it will encourage children to have sex at an earlier age. Some will feel the display is sensational, or cause a few more embarrassing questions at home. Detailed, at times graphic information, is presented about how the virus is transmitted and the methods to avoid it. But two messages stood out: • "What is totally safe? Abstinence." • "101 Ways to Make Love Without Doin'If Parents or teachers can easily guide younger children away from that section if they desire — they will still get positive messages and good information elsewhere in the tour. A book placed near the end of the exhibit encourages youngsters to write their thoughts on AIDS and the exhibit. The vast majority of the pages in the book I saw were scrawladj>n afid ti That's troubling because it indicates that children were unaccompanied by adult supervision in that area. The few thoughtful messages of hope, love, understanding and mourning were few and far between the pages of trashy drawings and unintelligible words. Fm not prepared to make the visit mandatory for all students. Certainly students should have permission from a parent or guardian. \ Generally I would recommend "What About AIDS?" for all high school age students braider. The sound, informed judgment of the people who hopefully know their youngsters best — their parents — must determine whether younger students will benefit from seeing the exhibit. Szydeiko is managing editor of the Henderson Home News. Volt's City Centre plan before Council *,Cf^,>' Voit Development's proposed office complex and parking garage on 303 Water St will be considered by the Henderson City Council tonii^t. The Council will meet in committee at 6:30 p.m. Its regular meeting will begin at 7 p.m. in City Hall, 240 Water St. l(ma:&i^ge requestslFirmn community commercial, downtown commercial and singlefamily residential to downtown commercial with redevelopment overlay will be discussed. The Council will also look ata request to increase the maximum building height from 40 to 85 feet and to reduce the rear yard setback to 10 feet. An architectural review will also be discussed. The $16.3 million, 110,000square-foot complex will include a five-story office building and attached parking garage. Judge aelection In other business, the Council is expected to discuss the process for appointing a second municipal court judge. The Council may also appoint members of a nominating committee. ^ According-^ to "laL memo front assistant city attorney Ron Sailon forwarded to the City Council, it is anticipated the municipal court judge would begin his or her duties on July 1, 1996. Any nominating committee appointed by the Council would be subject to the Open Meeting Law, and applications and answers to any questionnaires would be a matter of public record, Sailon wrote. .^. RESERVE: October opening From Page 1 St. Rose marks EMS Kalhyl News Staff Writer The emergency services staff' at St Rose Dominican Hospital hopes to inform residents of the proper use of 9-1-1 this week. In recognition of national Emergent Services Week (May 19-25), the hospital has increased efforts to inform the public of the purpose of emergency services. 'Teoplehave been calling 9-11 whoi they think they need to be checked and want a ride to the hospital," said Dr. Richard Henderson, chief of emergenqr services at St Rose. "... Our paramedic units have been responding with lights and sirens for some ridiculous things." Henderson said, c^^^ly a out of her pain medication and wanted a ride to the hospital to get more. In the meantime, another resident went into allergy ahpck and couldn't breath. Because the Henderson units were tied up, an ambulance had to come fVom much farther away to assist the true emergency patient "Most people don't think throui^ the omaequences of their call," Henderson said. They don't stop and think that if they call for arelatively minor problem, there will be no ambulance for the kid down the street." Henderson said the 9-1-1 system is not equipped to handle the number of non-emergency calls it receives. The city has four emergency imits that can be dispatched fo^ medical emergencies. As the system now operates, dispatchers must send an emergency medical vehicle to the scene. However, the computer system will soon be upgraded so that dispatchers can determine if an ambulance is needed. A fire truck or other unit will still always be^^sent, but there other units an^immediately needed. ^' > ^ .^ The theme of EMS Week this year is "EMS: It's Up to You." Henderson said the goal for the week is to educate the public about the EMS system and its appropriate use. If you have a question about 91-1 use or determining a medical emergency, call thehospital, 5642622. Courtesy Photo BRYAN MEETS CORBETT—Sen. Richard Bryan, D-Nev., met with Patrick Coibatt, plant manager of Kerr-McGee Chemical Corp. on May 9, In Washington D.C. Cort>ett met with Bryan to discuss issues facing Kerr-McGee. > rooms and retail stores. The second phase of the project will include a total of 500 hotel rooms, 50,000 square feet of casino space and 500-seat buffet. A total of 1,500 hotel rooms, 2,000 slot machines, 75 table games, several restaurants, meeting and convention facilities and other recreational amenities will be included in the project. Staying at the new hotel will be affordable, Villamor said. The average price for a one night stay is $45. The Reserve will employ approximately 750-800 people, making it one of the largest employers in Henderson. Villamor said most employees will be parttime and senior citizen workers. Schatzman joins Gem Gaming administration Mike Villamor, president and chief operating officer for Gem Gaming Inc., recently announced the addition of Gregg Schatzman as vice president of operations for the Las Vegas-based company. Schatzman, 42, will be instrumental in the development of Gem Gaming's initialproperty The Reserve," a $50 million South African and safari-themed hotel/casino located on 1-515 and Lake Mead Drive in Henderson. j))SCrQ|Q{ itthe|ir^i|t^|Auin^ of Wr)fin Las V^j^as. In 1980, he joined the Nevada Gaming Control Board as a financial agent, rising through the ranks until he was: appointedchief of investigations 1987. Schatzman become vice president of business analysis for Trump TaJ Mahal Hotel & Casino in Atlantic City, N.J. in 1991. As ^ a^ipw^ber of th^ T^il^^eNS, INC. Mike O'CaNaghan, Pratidant; Carolyn O'CaHaghan, Vice Prasidant: Tim O'CaSaghan, Traasurar/Vk:a PrasidenI: Mary CoMaan Miala, Vioa Praaidani: Rutha Daakin, Sacratary. SUBSCRIPTION RATES Sini^ SOcanta OnaYaar $30 (TwaM ConaecuNve MooHw) NeRatundi MAIL SUBSCRIPTIONS Waal o( Miiaiaaippi|40paryaaf EasKrfMiMN ~ -AddWimrtl iaawMMjISOpar yaar WMi Maair^Owcaa r!f-/-' / • h NOW OPEN! The Tic Tac Ties, Tic Tacks, Tic Bars, Money Clips and Many other Gift Items for Father't Day and your Pavoriie GnKlaate d ^^ Ralph Martin Conversationals Open 9 to 9 Mon. Sat. 9 to 5 Sun. 738 South Boulder Highwa]/. Next to Lucky's Supermarket Tel 564-TIES EVERY OTC STOCK TRADE ^27 GREEN VALLET HENDERSON 4451 E. Sunset Rd. #9 898-3587 THELAk£!& 8645 W.Sahara 254-6613 SUMMERUN 2620 Regatta Dr., 207B 341-5902 TO OPEN ACCOUNT MINIMUM $5,000 SEIBT FINANCIAL SliKX ILLS, INC ini-nibrr NASO Lf MP< AiM "PERFUME DEPOT Now has a new location of the gotewoy ,. ___ ^ to Green Valley and Henderson to make your shopping easier "^ ?^ Discounts ranging up to 70% on Nevaao's largest selection of original name brand fragrances NIW, dO ft HAKD TO FIND 'WITH NO IMITATIONS' IXPERIINCiD SALES PEOPU All Mojof Cradil Cotdt Accaptod siucnoN • mcis • SMVKI FuiorrwtAFPmo S725 S. PKOS, SUIT! D-2 • 454-50S9 (VONS SHOfPING CENTtI AT PECOS & lU&SflL) IMTWtEN BIOCKBUSTES VIDEO & SAllV S BEAUTY SUmY) PHONf ORDfRS SHIPPING AVAHAUII HAUI Hovir MovTri lO-tpm Sol l(Mp Sun I l'5p John Judge/News Staff STARS — Robert Moheit of Stargazers Traveling Planetarium explains the difference be^veen types of stars to children at Warren-Walker Pre-School Friday morning. Moheit uses an inflatable planetarium and portable projector to teach students about stars, constellations and the earth. Warren-Walker students explore universe Thomas Lacy News Staff Writer Children at the WarrenWalker Pre-8chool were given a special treat Friday when they were taken on an intergalactic trip. StarGazers, the first portable, inflatable traveling planetarium, provided the children with an up-close look at the planets, stars and even a meteor shower or two, all without leaving Henderson city limits. IIJI < I')(l(ii-:i(i I .1.1, .,: • .. From the outside, StarGazers looks like a silver igloo, but inside it is a classroom where children leam about a everything from constellations to the Earth's orbit. Robert C. Moheit, owner of Stargazers Planetarium Company, said the inflatable system has been touring the west coast for 12 years. It can be stored in a travel bag about three feet long and takes just 10 minutes to inflate. Moheit uses a projector to 4)v.* J.k^liA'V"' !.' l.--.JHilJ-i>K Ciily id celebrate jMemorial at Civic Center Plaza Saturday Join Mayor Bob Groesbeck and the Henderson City Council at 9 a.m. Saturday, as the city of Henderson celebrates its own version of Memorial Day two days before th^e q;|tiQnal holiday. The MCtk^ tmhaal event will unites residents and veterans groups from across the valley at the Civic Center Plaza and Veterans Memorial Wall, adjacent to City Hall, 240 Water Street. The ceremony is open to the public. The city holds two such ceremonies each year at the wall to honor military veterans and city pioneers. Residents and veterans gather before Veterans Day and Memorial Day to lay symbolic wreaths and honor new names added to the black aggregate. Tom Vineer, Past Department Commanderfor American Legion Po^4Q 1" {jendersQQt: will serve. as master of ceremwifes.' "-^ Hij^hlighting the event will be two Green Valley High School juniors—members of Boys State and Girls State—who will speak on the importance of patriotism. The American War Mothers, responsible for tallying the several hundred names on the walls, will lay the honorary wreath at the foot of the memorial. The Henderson Civic Symphony will perform..^ display a variety of shows on the inner walls of the' inflatable classroom. Students climb in and are treated to a light show that may include as many as 3,000 stars, all displayed as they would appear in the sky. Typically, Moheit begins the one-hour sessions by setting the controls so the light is identical to the setting of premier star gazing site like Mount Baldy. As Moheit explained it, the children need to travel away from the confines of the city because, '^e oty ha9 too much light pollution.* When -studc^Ht* arrive at Movint Baldy, they are treated to thousands of stars, just as they would be if the students were actually there. Shows may also be customized for specific classes, including one session which transforms the inflatable planetarium into a hiunanc^lU .^ ..-, Bujt the'primary^e8 of the sessions is on the universe. Children are taught how to find the North Star by using the Big Dipper as a reference point. In addition, they are taken back to ancient Greece to get a lesson in Greek mythology. Hands-on learning has been built into the show by letting the children hold an actual moon rock. While some planetariums focus exdUsivelyfon the stars and constellations, StarGazers provides instructions on all the planets in the Earth's solar system. Using a revised program from the world-famous Hansen Planetarium in Utah, Moheit gives children instruction on the origin or the planets and moons and how they related to the luiiverse as a whole. According to Moheit, the sessions are customized according to the requirements of each group and may be at a beginning, intermediate or an advanced level. For more information on StarGazers, call (805)583-4152. /instate Don't pay full sticker price for car insurance. /lllstate You're in good hands. John Chatwin 661 Stephanie 435-1338 Sunset SI Stephanie Acrou from ihrCalInu Mali in IhfTargft Center For auto discountsBeing in good hands is the only place to be. f I')*!!! 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j|ipiiiiiii Jijiijum^ ^if^fyimm y ippi, jijiwpiliijiLkpiiii'i PWPPPOTI^^^ W^PfWHVMIWVa "^ POe 4 HeiMtorson Home News Tuesday, May 21,1996 Veterans of Foreign Wars Basic Post 3848 presents Veteran in the Spotlit A U.S. Navy veteran and a 40-year resident of Henderson is this month's "Veteran in the Spotlight" Dale Engelbrecht is honored by VFW Post 3848 for his dedication and hard woik. Bom March 1,1933, in Two Rivers, Wis., he was inducted iBktthft.U.S. Nayy^epwai> iWl, afthr hft hi|h sclTobl graduation at 18, attending boot camp at Great Lakes Naval Base. He shipped out from Norfolk, Va. September 1962 on the BaUleship USS Missouri (where the declaration of surrender was signed by Japan ending World War H). Many stops were made in J^pan—in Tokyo, Sasebo and Yokosuka—to pick up war material for U.S.troops in Korea. Ifis duties included maintenance and operations of the ship's boilers. He achieved the rank of BT2/E6. For naval service overseas, he received the National Defense Service and China Service Ribbons, Navy Occupation, Korean and UN Medals. He returned home and married Jane on April 25,1953. Still in the Navy, he was assigned to the USS Iowa, petroling the Mediterranean Sea as part of the 7th Fleet for five months. SWAT units assist Henderson Police Tnoffnss LMy News $taff Writer A Henderson woman who refused to leave her home after she reportedly tried to stab a man was arrested Thursday after Metro's SWAT team used tear gas to force her out Henderson police reported that they were called to the area of 634 Valley View Cirdo about 11:45 p.m. Wednesday in referto stab Gary Walters, 41, while the two were inside the home. The chase continued outside the home iand that*s when police were sunmioned. Before police arrived, Slagus had retreated bade inside the residence. Henderson police made telephone contact with the s woman and tried to get her to exit peacefully. However, fol' lowing three hours of nego• tiations, the woman refused to f woman continued to refuse to leave the residence. At approximately 6:10 a.m., tear gas was fired into the home at which time Slagus exited the home. She was placed under arrest and diarged with assault with a deadly weapon and transported to the Henderson City Jail. Police reported that Walters was not injured in the inddent 'Expect The Best' Clip this ad for a 5% discount on initial service Dale Engelbrecht Honorably discharged Sept. 15,1965 at Norfolk, Va., Jane and Dale moved to Henderson a year later. He worked as operations supervisor at the Nevada Power GeneratingStation and retired Jan. 1, 1994, after 36 years. Their children, Catherine and Daniel, grew up here and graduated from Basic High School. The Engell^rechts are grandparents. He joined the VFW in 1992, serves on the Home Committee which plans VFW activities, flind is an officer of the Military Order of the Cooties. He sees old Navy buddies at yearly reunions of the USS Missouri Assodation. Jane and Dale enjoy life in Henderson, and belong to Our Savior's Lutheran Church, where Dale has served as an officer in many positions. ^^ w0^n amed w^^ ,..lev^"ihh"ome"wd,|^d^! ^ty ;:;,-| | fejP^yiSj&.y^yyy..yj^J!^^ > large knife chasmg a man. police summoned Metro's SWAT ly Henderson's Home Town Pest Cohfrdt Co. Since 1976 "^N^^tol^foTsWAT spent • • ^^^ Si\vttfish • Black Widows^ an additional three hours on the I Prompt Friendly Service • Radio Dispatched phone with Slagus, but the | S66'3X77 Upon arriving at the scene, an initial investigation by police revealed that the woman, LiSida Anne Slagus, 35, had attempted Grantwriting workshop offered May 30 at Convention Center Finding grant funds for nonprofit organizations, churches, schools and small businesses is the subject of a one-day workshop from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Thursday, May 30, at the Henderson Convention Center, 200 Water St. Workshop leader Jan McAdams is a 17-year veteran of the grantwriting game who has successfully secured more than 75 grants totalling more than $26 million. A workshop highlight will be her step-by-step plan for securing grant funds within 120 days following the workshop. The $99 registration fee includes lunch and the 400-page Grrantwriting Workshop manual. The workshop is being sponsored by The Accessibility Compliance Team, a leading community-based, non-profit organization providing Americans with Disabilities Act Awareness and Compliance Services throughout the U.S. To register or to request spedal accommodations, call Ken Uttle, 566-8438. ABC CHECK CASHING We Cash Post-Dated Checks Payday Loans Approved in minutes: NO CREDIT CHECK! We cash Out of State • Personal • Payroll • Second party Government & Refund Checks Spedai Discounts for 1st time customers OPEN 7 DAYS Corner of Sandhill &. Sunset Rd. 458-7675 PLANNERS: Thursday agenda From Page 1 -., ceived. The crusher, located south of Lake Mead and Seven Hills Drives, in the Westgate planning area, will allow construction of the course and fiidlities to progress. _-_Table a zone change, use permit for gaming and liquor and comprehensive plan amendment ^fJiotal and casino off of Green Valley Parkway and Lake Mead Drive in the Green Valley Ranch planning area. American Nevada Corp., developers of the proposed project, have held several meetings with residents opposed to the casino. Other meetings designed to inform residents and give them input on the overall design oMhe MSN to offer stress management clasi Kathleen Grace Santor, Mj:d., Ed.S. of the Stress Managament Center of Nevada will be teaching A streis management course will be offered at the Henderson campus of the Community College of Southerri Nevada. Kallkleea Grace^$iS^' M.Ed.. Ed. S. of the Stress management Center of Nevada will be the instructor. The three-credit course, HMS 198, will be held from 9:30 a.m. to 12:50 p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays, June 3 to July 10. The fee is $109.50. ; Santor, 458-8088. project are planned. •Hear a variance request to increase the height of a flagpole at the Terrible Herbst • ARCO AM/PM at 2601 Wigwam Parkway, in the Green Valley South planning area. Applicant Jerry Herbst wants to increase the flagpole size from 40 to I00feet*io'4. t}eie')j(jri!i GV Transmission ILdiM nanners have set a pedal hearing for a use permit for 230/ 138 KV electrical transmission lines running through the Green Valley area. The hearing, set for 7 p.m. Tuesday, May 28, in City Council Chambers, may develop alternative plans for planners to view. Nev^a ..Power Co. was. by planneic? to dH' velop hybrid plans of underground and above-groimd Imes as well as other alternatives to consider. Nevada Power Co. officials and residents have been meeting for several months with an independent mediator to develop plans which appeal to all parties. r PRESENT THIS COUPON I & RECEIVE I I AN ADDmONAL | j 'TOO OFF j I FACTORY DISCOUNTED i PRICES ON ANY LA SERIES 4001 South Decatur if26 Flamingo and Decatur Intenection In the Renaissance Center West PLaza ffj^^ Home of the $^49 PRIME RIB DINNER ^^ Served every day from 4p.m. to Midnight 10 oz. Succulent Prime Rib (cooked to order), choice of soup or salad. Ihr \r^% I iliu'ss < hoirr \On IN <;RI;I \ \ \l 11 1! Make Fitness a part '^ • ofvour lifestyle and pay only a *6 SEAFOOD FANTASY Served every Friday 4 P.M. Midnight Sci Scallops, lay Shrimp 1 Catflih, bmdcd with our L own Special Seaioninf s. Choice of soup or salad 49 GOLD DIGGER BREAKFAST Served Every Day from 11p.m. • 11a.m. 2 C|f s any style, lacon or Sausa|(, Country Cubed Poiiioes Toast ALL DAY WEDNESDAYS 2 SENIORS EAT FOR THE PRICE OF ONE ANY REGULAR MENU RIM 'GRAVEYARD SMASH' DOUBLE YOUR PAYCHECK DRAWING TUES. 8 P.M. V J • '<*^ ALYSTRA CASINO DOUBLE POINTS Every day of the Weeii • Midnight to 8 a.m. (Details inside the casino) SKOAIS AU NOT GOOD WIIN ANY OTHn OfRI UK RKHr TO INOMrr Oe OOCONIMUE SflOALS [muMmcmik Tuesday. May 21,1996 HenderMn Horn* Nwf Pigo 5 EDUCATION SPORTS WRITER Applications are being accepted for a full-time sports writer for the Henderson Home News. Send resume and clips to 2 Commerce Center Dr. Henderson. NV 89014 m STAKES vin • .J8**"'I N T A-T IOOTOTJLL PRIZE MONEY NO ENTRY FEE! f' Rob Weidenfeld/News Staff MATH OLYMPIANS — Winners of the second snnual Henderson Math Olympiad display their awards following the contest Saturday. Students from 10 Henderson elementary schools competed Bartlett ES wiiis In the event in both team and individual contests at Green Valley High School. •$5,000 FIRST PRIZE • SEVEN OVERALL PRIZES Bartlett Elementary School won the second annual Henderson Math Olympiad held Saturday at Green Valley Higti School. Five-member teams of fifthgraders from 10 Henderson elementary schools participated in the contest coordinated by the Mu Alpha Theta math honor societies of Basic and Green Ift^lhlKIfigh fir^ ""'. i ncluded three rounds: individual, team and final rdiind competition. Individual competition consisted of 10 logical reasoning problems, 10 mental math questions and a basic facts speed round. The team round included 20 problem-solving questions. The three top scoring teams mi in the individual and team rounds then competed in an openforum type competition, with the third-seeded team, Mack, competing with second-seeded Bartlett in the semi-final rovind. Bartlett advanced to the championship match against firstseeded Treem, last year's winner. Ben Stoddard, Ryan Kelsey, Lauren Bucherie, Lindsay Greeaa and Jeff jChApWan aparke;) Bwrtlet^ tp vtf|(>amlM. final roimd. With only one fivepoint word problem left, Treem held a one-point lead and Bartlett rang in first with the correct answer, advancing Bartlett to first place. Eleven individual students were recognized for honors papers. Ben Stoddard (Bartlett), first, was awarded a $25 gift certificate to Wal-Mart. Justin Williams (Treem), second, Jason Gerrish (McCaw), third, and Mathew Mishalow (McDonaiel), fourth, were awarded calculators donated by Office Max. Others honored were Niki Mircier and Brittney Stalbaum (Dooley), Alana Frost and Miles Dickson (Sewell), Jacob Gordon (Treem), Jim..Ghaiz&,XMifikLAnd Byan W]^ v--''-'*iMvCiecc 'Was {MMfNeo a Oold Medal plaque and $200, Treem was awarded a Silver Medal plaque and $150, and Nate Mack a Bronze Medal plaque and $ 100. Each of the other participating schools will receive $50 to spend on materials to enhance science and math curriculums, from donations^ from the Henderson commimity. Twenty-two local business and service organizations sponsored the event. The first Henderson Math Olympiad was originated by Casey Comwell, a 1995graduate of Green Valley High School. This year's contest coordinators were Bobbie Poole, Vivian Stice and Leslie Sabo of Green Valley High and Lucille Peveler of Basic High. Interested sponsors for next year's competition, should call Poole, 896-3841, Stice, 799-0950 or Lucille Peveler, 799-8000. Play Sam s Town Keno to Qualify Play 50 hours of keno, minimum $1.00 ticket bet per game, between April 22 and June 2,1996, to qualify for the ^ No Slakes VIII Keno Toumcnneiit. Complete rules and registration loittu available in the Keno Louage. SAM'S TOWN Where Locals Bring Their Friends! FLAMINGO AND BOULDEK HIGHWAY 1 Basic HS alumni sought The Basic High School Alumni Association is searching for addresses of classmates for a reunion, 1943-1957 in October. Call 566-7068 or write Basic High School Alumni Assoc, P.O. Box 91588, Henderson, NV 890091588 if you can help contact the following people. 'f Class of 1951: Mildred Green A]sup,Kathrine Archer, Jeanene Archubald, Robert Barnes, Ronald Berth, Evelyn Bowser, Merle Bracken, Joyce Chaffee, Darryl Crunk, Connie Hamilton, Bill Hesse, Janet Van Valey Holmes, Sherry Hostetler, Judy McNeil, Robert Montgomery, Boiny Murry, Cassandra Odell, Evelyn Sherman, Tom Simms, Larry Standart, Ronald Stout, Shirley Walhl, Phyliss Wilkenson, Lois Walker Zink. Class of 1952: Richard Burkin, Jacquie Hensgen Detton, Virginia Gorin, Kristen Hormel, Richard Huffinan, Roy Klinger, Carol Koch, Dorothy Laub, Marlene Lowenstein, Peter Lulich, Shirley Marchbanks, Romona Pipes McBeath, Shirley Morgan, Bob Phillips, Don Richardson, Jean Slavin, Jim Walker, Herbert Weitz. Class of 1953: Bruce Austin, Mari Carlson, Lamar Cully, Barbara Davis, Robert Devlin, Don Fields, Ken Fitzgerald, George Hargrave, Maxine Hurd, Mary Sanchez Maestas, Arthur Martinez, Robert McNeil, Julia Miillikean, Ruta Myers, Elwood Purdy, Bernice Reid, Mary Rowlins, Bob Shuti, Sandra Smith, Arlene Sparks, Betty VandergrifT. THE NEWS COVERS YOUR COMIVIUNITY glltlK HS^ DURING CARPETERIA'S BOULPiR CITY GRAND OPENING SAU. GET NO PAYMENTS. & NO INTEREST. FOR 12 FULL MONTHS! ttBumuntt tMMTwn, vmn CWUMWC mi. MAIOWOOD, wt 4 wwoow COVMMOI ,v^-i' rry" JlflRBiSS lBQflOO |ia MONTHS 4221 W. OMrtasUM Blvd • 70-0202 4SS-4727 • • • • •!! • Their reasons make perfect sense. Nevadans want to deal with bankers, not with l)anks. They want banking decisions that are made right here. They want familiar faces, personal service, and people they feel comfortable with and trust. And that's been Pioneer Citizens' way of banking for over 30 years. 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j|ipiiiiiii Jijiijum^ ^if^fyimm y ippi, jijiwpiliijiLkpiiii'i PWPPPOTI^^^ W^PfWHVMIWVa "^ POe 4 HeiMtorson Home News Tuesday, May 21,1996 Veterans of Foreign Wars Basic Post 3848 presents Veteran in the Spotlit A U.S. Navy veteran and a 40-year resident of Henderson is this month's "Veteran in the Spotlight" Dale Engelbrecht is honored by VFW Post 3848 for his dedication and hard woik. Bom March 1,1933, in Two Rivers, Wis., he was inducted iBktthft.U.S. Nayy^epwai> iWl, afthr hft hi|h sclTobl graduation at 18, attending boot camp at Great Lakes Naval Base. He shipped out from Norfolk, Va. September 1962 on the BaUleship USS Missouri (where the declaration of surrender was signed by Japan ending World War H). Many stops were made in J^pan—in Tokyo, Sasebo and Yokosuka—to pick up war material for U.S.troops in Korea. Ifis duties included maintenance and operations of the ship's boilers. He achieved the rank of BT2/E6. For naval service overseas, he received the National Defense Service and China Service Ribbons, Navy Occupation, Korean and UN Medals. He returned home and married Jane on April 25,1953. Still in the Navy, he was assigned to the USS Iowa, petroling the Mediterranean Sea as part of the 7th Fleet for five months. SWAT units assist Henderson Police Tnoffnss LMy News $taff Writer A Henderson woman who refused to leave her home after she reportedly tried to stab a man was arrested Thursday after Metro's SWAT team used tear gas to force her out Henderson police reported that they were called to the area of 634 Valley View Cirdo about 11:45 p.m. Wednesday in referto stab Gary Walters, 41, while the two were inside the home. The chase continued outside the home iand that*s when police were sunmioned. Before police arrived, Slagus had retreated bade inside the residence. Henderson police made telephone contact with the s woman and tried to get her to exit peacefully. However, fol' lowing three hours of nego• tiations, the woman refused to f woman continued to refuse to leave the residence. At approximately 6:10 a.m., tear gas was fired into the home at which time Slagus exited the home. She was placed under arrest and diarged with assault with a deadly weapon and transported to the Henderson City Jail. Police reported that Walters was not injured in the inddent 'Expect The Best' Clip this ad for a 5% discount on initial service Dale Engelbrecht Honorably discharged Sept. 15,1965 at Norfolk, Va., Jane and Dale moved to Henderson a year later. He worked as operations supervisor at the Nevada Power GeneratingStation and retired Jan. 1, 1994, after 36 years. Their children, Catherine and Daniel, grew up here and graduated from Basic High School. The Engell^rechts are grandparents. He joined the VFW in 1992, serves on the Home Committee which plans VFW activities, flind is an officer of the Military Order of the Cooties. He sees old Navy buddies at yearly reunions of the USS Missouri Assodation. Jane and Dale enjoy life in Henderson, and belong to Our Savior's Lutheran Church, where Dale has served as an officer in many positions. ^^ w0^n amed w^^ ,..lev^"ihh"ome"wd,|^d^! ^ty ;:;,-| | fejP^yiSj&.y^yyy..yj^J!^^ > large knife chasmg a man. police summoned Metro's SWAT ly Henderson's Home Town Pest Cohfrdt Co. Since 1976 "^N^^tol^foTsWAT spent • • ^^^ Si\vttfish • Black Widows^ an additional three hours on the I Prompt Friendly Service • Radio Dispatched phone with Slagus, but the | S66'3X77 Upon arriving at the scene, an initial investigation by police revealed that the woman, LiSida Anne Slagus, 35, had attempted Grantwriting workshop offered May 30 at Convention Center Finding grant funds for nonprofit organizations, churches, schools and small businesses is the subject of a one-day workshop from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Thursday, May 30, at the Henderson Convention Center, 200 Water St. Workshop leader Jan McAdams is a 17-year veteran of the grantwriting game who has successfully secured more than 75 grants totalling more than $26 million. A workshop highlight will be her step-by-step plan for securing grant funds within 120 days following the workshop. The $99 registration fee includes lunch and the 400-page Grrantwriting Workshop manual. The workshop is being sponsored by The Accessibility Compliance Team, a leading community-based, non-profit organization providing Americans with Disabilities Act Awareness and Compliance Services throughout the U.S. To register or to request spedal accommodations, call Ken Uttle, 566-8438. ABC CHECK CASHING We Cash Post-Dated Checks Payday Loans Approved in minutes: NO CREDIT CHECK! We cash Out of State • Personal • Payroll • Second party Government & Refund Checks Spedai Discounts for 1st time customers OPEN 7 DAYS Corner of Sandhill &. Sunset Rd. 458-7675 PLANNERS: Thursday agenda From Page 1 -., ceived. The crusher, located south of Lake Mead and Seven Hills Drives, in the Westgate planning area, will allow construction of the course and fiidlities to progress. _-_Table a zone change, use permit for gaming and liquor and comprehensive plan amendment ^fJiotal and casino off of Green Valley Parkway and Lake Mead Drive in the Green Valley Ranch planning area. American Nevada Corp., developers of the proposed project, have held several meetings with residents opposed to the casino. Other meetings designed to inform residents and give them input on the overall design oMhe MSN to offer stress management clasi Kathleen Grace Santor, Mj:d., Ed.S. of the Stress Managament Center of Nevada will be teaching A streis management course will be offered at the Henderson campus of the Community College of Southerri Nevada. Kallkleea Grace^$iS^' M.Ed.. Ed. S. of the Stress management Center of Nevada will be the instructor. The three-credit course, HMS 198, will be held from 9:30 a.m. to 12:50 p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays, June 3 to July 10. The fee is $109.50. ; Santor, 458-8088. project are planned. •Hear a variance request to increase the height of a flagpole at the Terrible Herbst • ARCO AM/PM at 2601 Wigwam Parkway, in the Green Valley South planning area. Applicant Jerry Herbst wants to increase the flagpole size from 40 to I00feet*io'4. t}eie')j(jri!i GV Transmission ILdiM nanners have set a pedal hearing for a use permit for 230/ 138 KV electrical transmission lines running through the Green Valley area. The hearing, set for 7 p.m. Tuesday, May 28, in City Council Chambers, may develop alternative plans for planners to view. Nev^a ..Power Co. was. by planneic? to dH' velop hybrid plans of underground and above-groimd Imes as well as other alternatives to consider. Nevada Power Co. officials and residents have been meeting for several months with an independent mediator to develop plans which appeal to all parties. r PRESENT THIS COUPON I & RECEIVE I I AN ADDmONAL | j 'TOO OFF j I FACTORY DISCOUNTED i PRICES ON ANY LA SERIES 4001 South Decatur if26 Flamingo and Decatur Intenection In the Renaissance Center West PLaza ffj^^ Home of the $^49 PRIME RIB DINNER ^^ Served every day from 4p.m. to Midnight 10 oz. Succulent Prime Rib (cooked to order), choice of soup or salad. Ihr \r^% I iliu'ss < hoirr \On IN <;RI;I \ \ \l 11 1! Make Fitness a part '^ • ofvour lifestyle and pay only a *6 SEAFOOD FANTASY Served every Friday 4 P.M. Midnight Sci Scallops, lay Shrimp 1 Catflih, bmdcd with our L own Special Seaioninf s. Choice of soup or salad 49 GOLD DIGGER BREAKFAST Served Every Day from 11p.m. • 11a.m. 2 C|f s any style, lacon or Sausa|(, Country Cubed Poiiioes Toast ALL DAY WEDNESDAYS 2 SENIORS EAT FOR THE PRICE OF ONE ANY REGULAR MENU RIM 'GRAVEYARD SMASH' DOUBLE YOUR PAYCHECK DRAWING TUES. 8 P.M. V J • '<*^ ALYSTRA CASINO DOUBLE POINTS Every day of the Weeii • Midnight to 8 a.m. (Details inside the casino) SKOAIS AU NOT GOOD WIIN ANY OTHn OfRI UK RKHr TO INOMrr Oe OOCONIMUE SflOALS [muMmcmik Tuesday. May 21,1996 HenderMn Horn* Nwf Pigo 5 EDUCATION SPORTS WRITER Applications are being accepted for a full-time sports writer for the Henderson Home News. Send resume and clips to 2 Commerce Center Dr. Henderson. NV 89014 m STAKES vin • .J8**"'I N T A-T IOOTOTJLL PRIZE MONEY NO ENTRY FEE! f' Rob Weidenfeld/News Staff MATH OLYMPIANS — Winners of the second snnual Henderson Math Olympiad display their awards following the contest Saturday. Students from 10 Henderson elementary schools competed Bartlett ES wiiis In the event in both team and individual contests at Green Valley High School. •$5,000 FIRST PRIZE • SEVEN OVERALL PRIZES Bartlett Elementary School won the second annual Henderson Math Olympiad held Saturday at Green Valley Higti School. Five-member teams of fifthgraders from 10 Henderson elementary schools participated in the contest coordinated by the Mu Alpha Theta math honor societies of Basic and Green Ift^lhlKIfigh fir^ ""'. i ncluded three rounds: individual, team and final rdiind competition. Individual competition consisted of 10 logical reasoning problems, 10 mental math questions and a basic facts speed round. The team round included 20 problem-solving questions. The three top scoring teams mi in the individual and team rounds then competed in an openforum type competition, with the third-seeded team, Mack, competing with second-seeded Bartlett in the semi-final rovind. Bartlett advanced to the championship match against firstseeded Treem, last year's winner. Ben Stoddard, Ryan Kelsey, Lauren Bucherie, Lindsay Greeaa and Jeff jChApWan aparke;) Bwrtlet^ tp vtf|(>amlM. final roimd. With only one fivepoint word problem left, Treem held a one-point lead and Bartlett rang in first with the correct answer, advancing Bartlett to first place. Eleven individual students were recognized for honors papers. Ben Stoddard (Bartlett), first, was awarded a $25 gift certificate to Wal-Mart. Justin Williams (Treem), second, Jason Gerrish (McCaw), third, and Mathew Mishalow (McDonaiel), fourth, were awarded calculators donated by Office Max. Others honored were Niki Mircier and Brittney Stalbaum (Dooley), Alana Frost and Miles Dickson (Sewell), Jacob Gordon (Treem), Jim..Ghaiz&,XMifikLAnd Byan W]^ v--''-'*iMvCiecc 'Was {MMfNeo a Oold Medal plaque and $200, Treem was awarded a Silver Medal plaque and $150, and Nate Mack a Bronze Medal plaque and $ 100. Each of the other participating schools will receive $50 to spend on materials to enhance science and math curriculums, from donations^ from the Henderson commimity. Twenty-two local business and service organizations sponsored the event. The first Henderson Math Olympiad was originated by Casey Comwell, a 1995graduate of Green Valley High School. This year's contest coordinators were Bobbie Poole, Vivian Stice and Leslie Sabo of Green Valley High and Lucille Peveler of Basic High. Interested sponsors for next year's competition, should call Poole, 896-3841, Stice, 799-0950 or Lucille Peveler, 799-8000. Play Sam s Town Keno to Qualify Play 50 hours of keno, minimum $1.00 ticket bet per game, between April 22 and June 2,1996, to qualify for the ^ No Slakes VIII Keno Toumcnneiit. Complete rules and registration loittu available in the Keno Louage. SAM'S TOWN Where Locals Bring Their Friends! FLAMINGO AND BOULDEK HIGHWAY 1 Basic HS alumni sought The Basic High School Alumni Association is searching for addresses of classmates for a reunion, 1943-1957 in October. Call 566-7068 or write Basic High School Alumni Assoc, P.O. Box 91588, Henderson, NV 890091588 if you can help contact the following people. 'f Class of 1951: Mildred Green A]sup,Kathrine Archer, Jeanene Archubald, Robert Barnes, Ronald Berth, Evelyn Bowser, Merle Bracken, Joyce Chaffee, Darryl Crunk, Connie Hamilton, Bill Hesse, Janet Van Valey Holmes, Sherry Hostetler, Judy McNeil, Robert Montgomery, Boiny Murry, Cassandra Odell, Evelyn Sherman, Tom Simms, Larry Standart, Ronald Stout, Shirley Walhl, Phyliss Wilkenson, Lois Walker Zink. Class of 1952: Richard Burkin, Jacquie Hensgen Detton, Virginia Gorin, Kristen Hormel, Richard Huffinan, Roy Klinger, Carol Koch, Dorothy Laub, Marlene Lowenstein, Peter Lulich, Shirley Marchbanks, Romona Pipes McBeath, Shirley Morgan, Bob Phillips, Don Richardson, Jean Slavin, Jim Walker, Herbert Weitz. Class of 1953: Bruce Austin, Mari Carlson, Lamar Cully, Barbara Davis, Robert Devlin, Don Fields, Ken Fitzgerald, George Hargrave, Maxine Hurd, Mary Sanchez Maestas, Arthur Martinez, Robert McNeil, Julia Miillikean, Ruta Myers, Elwood Purdy, Bernice Reid, Mary Rowlins, Bob Shuti, Sandra Smith, Arlene Sparks, Betty VandergrifT. THE NEWS COVERS YOUR COMIVIUNITY glltlK HS^ DURING CARPETERIA'S BOULPiR CITY GRAND OPENING SAU. GET NO PAYMENTS. & NO INTEREST. FOR 12 FULL MONTHS! ttBumuntt tMMTwn, vmn CWUMWC mi. MAIOWOOD, wt 4 wwoow COVMMOI ,v^-i' rry" JlflRBiSS lBQflOO |ia MONTHS 4221 W. OMrtasUM Blvd • 70-0202 4SS-4727 • • • • •!! • Their reasons make perfect sense. Nevadans want to deal with bankers, not with l)anks. They want banking decisions that are made right here. They want familiar faces, personal service, and people they feel comfortable with and trust. And that's been Pioneer Citizens' way of banking for over 30 years. 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^^^ww^w^^w^mmmr* ^^^^^^^^^^^^ll^^w^ • ^^ • • ^l^w • ^^^^^w^^ww^^ • • ^iw^^^^^l • ^^p^ • ^^^^ • ^^lp^^w JJUlp • Jl!l • M^gw^*t qy.^ ^ ,^JW'|^ ^ ^l^ • ^ t j^^wiiw ^ ^ Fag* 6 Hfitdtraon Horn* Naws Tuesday, May 21,1996 GVHS's Thiel receives top honor DJI> ManiniM News Staff Writer A Qreen Valley Hi|^ School teacher recently received the highest honor that a teacher of mathematici or science can achieve. David Ihiel, a math, physics and technology teacher, was among 216 teachers nationwide inceiving PresSlBntial Awards fbr Excellence in Scioioe and Mathematici Teaching at a reoentawards banquet in Washington, D.C. He was chosen to represent secondary education of mathematics for Nevada. Thiel returned Monday from a week-long tour of Washington before the ceremony. It's overwhelming. It's a bit humbling because now Fm not just a teacher, but Fm a representative of the state of Nevada," lliiel said. He is the seventh teacher at the school to receive the presidential award. He is the fourth to recdve the honor for math. Three other Green Valley teadhers have received an award for science. "Green Valley has a superb math and science department They established themselves early as being committed to education," he said. He said it is no surprise that so many teachers for Green Valley have received the award. When one teacher has an idea, other contribute their thoughts to help improve a lesson, he said. Courtesy Flwto THIEL IN D.C. — U.S. Sans. Harry Raid and Richard Bryan congratulate Graan Vallay High School teacher David Thiai on receiving a Prasldantial Award for Excallanca fn Scianca & Math Teaching. '^e all kind of play off each other," Thiel said. This helps teachers accoQipIish the most they can, he said. As well as the Presidential citation and trip to Washington, Thiel received a National Science Foimdation classroom grant of $7,500. Some of the grant money will be used to purchase special calculators for advanced statistics classes. He said calculators are a necessity for statistics and some can cost in excess of $100. One of the most impressive moments for Thiel was at the awards ceremony Friday at the National Academy of Sciences. Being honored and recognized for his accomplishments was a memorable moment, he said. He also said a workshop designed to exchange information between leading national educators was an eye-opening experience. There were some of them (teachers presenting lesson plans) that made your head spin. Not so much because they were complex, but as neat ways to teadi topics," Thiel said. To receive the award Thiel was first nominated by colleagues, administrators, students, parents and others familiar with his skills. The district chose him from other quahfying teachers after he had submitted a lesson plan, teaching theory and letters of recommendation for the contest. The State Department of Education then chose him to represent the state for secondary mathematics. • i:;;y..,-::v;.v.v--• The variety of lessons and techniques pretty much opens your eyes," he said. t; Now that he met other awardwinning teachers, he said he is busy thinking of way s to improve is daily teaching activities. Basic's MCJRQTC awards listed The following awards were presented at Basic High School's annual MCJROTC awards program May 8: MCJROTC "Iron Mike" Award and Recognition ofUnit Physical Fitness Team Members: Jon Boudier and Holly Greer. MCJROTC -Chesty Puller" Award for Best Drill Cadet of A^al Drill Down: Wesley WMpn. T!CJROTC"Gung-Ho" Award for Exemplary Military Appearance and Bearing: Shawn Kleemeyer and Natalie Lynch. Marine Corps Association Honor Graduate Certificate Presentation: Keri Yacono. Daedalian Association JROTC AchiavemMit Award PresentaIjiMp^iKipjM Aimfwort; Wdtaefl Veterans of Nevada Awuurd Presentation: Graciela Calderon. Veterans of Foreign Wars Silver Medal for Scholastic Achievement Award: Heather Sdmeider. National Sojourners of America Award Presentation: Daniel Patterson. Women Marines Associiatidn Award Presentation: Holly Greer. • ;^f'., Reserve Officers Association Award Presentation: Matt Williams. Retired Officers Assodq^on AwardJ^'raeeatation: Cindy McNulty. Military Order of the Worid Wars Awacd Presentation: Lisa Ellis. ;Daughters of the American Revolution Award Presentation: Cristyll Carden. National Sons of the American RevolutionAwards Presentation: RyanDrury. ^^a^€8^~ iifgion "(Aux.); BrDhie'M(6da!for Military" Excellence Award: Crissy Mobley. American Legion (Aux.) Bronze Medal for Scholastic Achievement Award: Angela Roberts. American Legion Bronze Medal for Military Excellence: Ralph Trotta. American Legion Bronze Medal for Scholastic Achieve. ment Award: Jeff Lynn. Disabled American Veterans Chapter #12, Award Presentation: Mitch Anthony. Vietnam Veterans of America Outstanding Cadet Award: Anr gela Silveria. Jewish War Veterans of Nevada Award Presentation: John Ricksecker. Fleet Reserve Association Certificate & Scholarship Award Presentation: Joe Holiday MCJROTC Unit "Leatherneck" Scholarship Award Presentation: Doreen Smerlinski 8 Support Council Idyllwild Institute-Fiesta Inc.: Kristen Collins. Lynn Family Memorial Scholarship: Doreen Smerlinski and Renae Babcock ($500 each). National Legion of Valor Bronze Cross for Scholastic Achievement nominee: Jeff -e-"Henderson Chamber of Commerce Civic Service award presentation: Jamie Sullwold. MCJROTC Superior Leadership Award Presentation: Doreen Smerlinski.. Dooley Elementary namibs RIF winning students Tht Reading Is Fundamental program at Dooley ES has completed a six week "Go Fishing for Books" reading program. Students were encouraged to read books and fill out book and page information for each book on a "fish" deposited in a net each week. The catch was tallied and a top reader/fisher won each week for the most pages read. Winners were: •Week 1: K, Nathaniel ShipIqr; Ut, McCade Powell; 2nd, Nidu>las Sidi; 3rd, Ahsha Hainey; 4th, Greg Hoist; 5th, Elisabeth Pound. •Week2: K, Brandon Heaton; 1st, Lauren Lomprey; 2nd, Jacqueline Hicks; 3rd, Heather Pound; 4th, Cierra Adler; 5th, Craig Gimbel. •Week3:K, Tyler Scoble; 1st, Richard Lough; 2nd, Amanda Hutchins-3rd, Steven Fralix;4th, Brandy *Mitchell; 5th,Karen Smuskiewicz. •Week 4: K, Tyler Scoble; 1st, Latasha Mitchell; 2nd, Jessica Olhra; 3rd, Steven Fralix; 4th, Rebecca Higgins; 5th, Megan Gibby. •Week6: K, Kevin Brown; 1st, Stephanie McMillan; 2nd, Kody Walker; 3rd, Meagann Wooley; 4th, Michael Wofford; 5th, EHsabeth Pound. •Week 6: K, Kevin Brown; 1st, Jesus Marmolejo; 2nd, Nathaniel Ferguson; 3rd, Steven Fraluc; 4th, Rebecca Higgins; 5th, Britney Randall. Top readers for the six week program were: •Kindergarten: Kevin Brown, Tyler Scoble, Thomas Scoble. •1st grade: Richard Lough, Latasha Mitchell, Sean Marlar. •2nd grade: Rachael Wadley, Michael Cureton, Amanda Hutdiins. •Srd grade: Steve Fralix, Meagan Wooley, Heather Pound. •4th grade: Rebecca Higgins, Joinifer Reynolds, Laura Gibby. •5th grade: Elisabeth Pound, Britney Randall, Scott Barnes. Special awards were given to students who went "fishing" every week Amber Witherby, Sashaa Stembridge, Kevin Brown, Tasha Stembridge. THE NEWS COVERS YOUR COMMUNITY Tired of fishing around? '^m^'-''^ • :,^^^^-^ Call I.0a437-5814 Perfect ate Jyoice personals •\ TufiS(i9yJ^ayJL 1996 Handaraon Home Newt Page 7 Kaufman and Broad enters eifipty nester market Kaufman and Broad, the nation's fourth largest home builder, has made a grand entrance into the empty nester, or "Aging Baby Boomer" market with its distinct Sentosa community, located in the masterplanned community of Green Valley Ranch. The opening of 3eato8a muki • A big move for Itlu^an and Broad, because we are primarily known for being a builder of homes forfirst-time buyers," said Jay Moss, president of Kaufman and Broad ofNevada, Inc. "Statistics show that the over 50 population will increase by more than 25% in this decade alone, and that by the year 2013, the • medium age in America will be 60." Because of that, Kaufman and Broad has been closely looking for the perfect opportunity to provide housigg for this Popgri|&tion segment. "As a leading builder of homes for first-time buyers, we've seen that as the baby boom generation is 'growing up,' many of our buyers' needs are changing," said Moss. Their children are moving out to start lives of their own, and becaiue they eixjoy an active lifestyle, the idea of moving to a smaller, more affordable home is appealing to them, so they have income available to travel and do the things they eivjoy." According to Moss, the companyi4^tlMUbM|iiseJ^syi_ is the ntunber^ne retiremeni destination in the country, it was the perfect place to launch a community of Uiis type. Las Vegas has become a top choice among the active adult, or "aging baby boomer," because of its low tax base, warm climate and numo'ous recreational opportunities. Sentosa is a one-of-a-kind resort-orianted community, with a central pool area and cabana, walking trails and a serene garden atmosphere. And, as part of area, in that it ii not age-restricted, it offers all detached, single-story homes, and provides 24-hour gated security. In addition, homeowner's association dues are minimal. IIJM^^^frseB Vallay Banft^ ^ neht HM able to take advantage of golf, square-fi tennis, biking, and other activities. The commimity is quite different from other "retirement" communities in the Las Vegas Sentosa also offers a wide variety of flpor plans and elevations imi^^$^ to J,800square-feet of space. The plans feature large living areas and private master bedrooms, with sitting areas, retreats and walkin closets as standard features. (0 %^ u z 3 <= (0 < E •Q (0 55 (0 ts JS (0 ^ IB ^ O o QCOCW ujuji;: r? ^ o — ^ CD w .")lOpni ordy. Cily of Henderso C A f. 1 N CJ U y. S T A n W A N T Himlilvi Ihn.. I niotk Snutli o, ill.. lUi](hi\„n .')r,.',-;)llli GREEN VALLEY AREA Xotv^^'^^ ^iC Community Executive Homes From The $160,000's Pnsli|i,Strl,attoliry, lo(olion,S(orily,l>rivo(y, [JD TO 3,638 Sfl. Ft. llohOISnii-Cwlom n n n I & 7 Bedrooms OiokH. • Prholi Gfltid (omminity •UjoantToAU/UriPork •Stflii-CinWfflHomK •ZoMd For Crew VaVty Higli School ^ hSM^ (Si Salu onkc 0|>cn Daily lOainioSpm 435-7120 'lftU I muni fJ jauwflJ JOKERS SPRIHG FLING! On J/J/J/J wins* Wednesdays! WIttiSl Royal wins* everydayl On J/J/J/J wins* Mondays) C A S I NO ANOTHER FINE BOYD GAMING^ PROPERTY • BOULDER HIGHWAY. BETWEEN LAKE MEAD & SUNSET • 564-8100 900I CA$H DRAWINGS every Tuesday! Maximum coins played, no wild cards. Promotion runs May 1-31, 1996. Ail rules posted. t ^^.''^J^iaPi'ns i |.MR|JiiPUJ^-..li^ .. [4 *" J VMS^ ^ IJOIL oun (iom 10 A S. Water • ^ • MMMiaaaiiHMM

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^^^ww^w^^w^mmmr* ^^^^^^^^^^^^ll^^w^ • ^^ • • ^l^w • ^^^^^w^^ww^^ • • ^iw^^^^^l • ^^p^ • ^^^^ • ^^lp^^w JJUlp • Jl!l • M^gw^*t qy.^ ^ ,^JW'|^ ^ ^l^ • ^ t j^^wiiw ^ ^ Fag* 6 Hfitdtraon Horn* Naws Tuesday, May 21,1996 GVHS's Thiel receives top honor DJI> ManiniM News Staff Writer A Qreen Valley Hi|^ School teacher recently received the highest honor that a teacher of mathematici or science can achieve. David Ihiel, a math, physics and technology teacher, was among 216 teachers nationwide inceiving PresSlBntial Awards fbr Excellence in Scioioe and Mathematici Teaching at a reoentawards banquet in Washington, D.C. He was chosen to represent secondary education of mathematics for Nevada. Thiel returned Monday from a week-long tour of Washington before the ceremony. It's overwhelming. It's a bit humbling because now Fm not just a teacher, but Fm a representative of the state of Nevada," lliiel said. He is the seventh teacher at the school to receive the presidential award. He is the fourth to recdve the honor for math. Three other Green Valley teadhers have received an award for science. "Green Valley has a superb math and science department They established themselves early as being committed to education," he said. He said it is no surprise that so many teachers for Green Valley have received the award. When one teacher has an idea, other contribute their thoughts to help improve a lesson, he said. Courtesy Flwto THIEL IN D.C. — U.S. Sans. Harry Raid and Richard Bryan congratulate Graan Vallay High School teacher David Thiai on receiving a Prasldantial Award for Excallanca fn Scianca & Math Teaching. '^e all kind of play off each other," Thiel said. This helps teachers accoQipIish the most they can, he said. As well as the Presidential citation and trip to Washington, Thiel received a National Science Foimdation classroom grant of $7,500. Some of the grant money will be used to purchase special calculators for advanced statistics classes. He said calculators are a necessity for statistics and some can cost in excess of $100. One of the most impressive moments for Thiel was at the awards ceremony Friday at the National Academy of Sciences. Being honored and recognized for his accomplishments was a memorable moment, he said. He also said a workshop designed to exchange information between leading national educators was an eye-opening experience. There were some of them (teachers presenting lesson plans) that made your head spin. Not so much because they were complex, but as neat ways to teadi topics," Thiel said. To receive the award Thiel was first nominated by colleagues, administrators, students, parents and others familiar with his skills. The district chose him from other quahfying teachers after he had submitted a lesson plan, teaching theory and letters of recommendation for the contest. The State Department of Education then chose him to represent the state for secondary mathematics. • i:;;y..,-::v;.v.v--• The variety of lessons and techniques pretty much opens your eyes," he said. t; Now that he met other awardwinning teachers, he said he is busy thinking of way s to improve is daily teaching activities. Basic's MCJRQTC awards listed The following awards were presented at Basic High School's annual MCJROTC awards program May 8: MCJROTC "Iron Mike" Award and Recognition ofUnit Physical Fitness Team Members: Jon Boudier and Holly Greer. MCJROTC -Chesty Puller" Award for Best Drill Cadet of A^al Drill Down: Wesley WMpn. T!CJROTC"Gung-Ho" Award for Exemplary Military Appearance and Bearing: Shawn Kleemeyer and Natalie Lynch. Marine Corps Association Honor Graduate Certificate Presentation: Keri Yacono. Daedalian Association JROTC AchiavemMit Award PresentaIjiMp^iKipjM Aimfwort; Wdtaefl Veterans of Nevada Awuurd Presentation: Graciela Calderon. Veterans of Foreign Wars Silver Medal for Scholastic Achievement Award: Heather Sdmeider. National Sojourners of America Award Presentation: Daniel Patterson. Women Marines Associiatidn Award Presentation: Holly Greer. • ;^f'., Reserve Officers Association Award Presentation: Matt Williams. Retired Officers Assodq^on AwardJ^'raeeatation: Cindy McNulty. Military Order of the Worid Wars Awacd Presentation: Lisa Ellis. ;Daughters of the American Revolution Award Presentation: Cristyll Carden. National Sons of the American RevolutionAwards Presentation: RyanDrury. ^^a^€8^~ iifgion "(Aux.); BrDhie'M(6da!for Military" Excellence Award: Crissy Mobley. American Legion (Aux.) Bronze Medal for Scholastic Achievement Award: Angela Roberts. American Legion Bronze Medal for Military Excellence: Ralph Trotta. American Legion Bronze Medal for Scholastic Achieve. ment Award: Jeff Lynn. Disabled American Veterans Chapter #12, Award Presentation: Mitch Anthony. Vietnam Veterans of America Outstanding Cadet Award: Anr gela Silveria. Jewish War Veterans of Nevada Award Presentation: John Ricksecker. Fleet Reserve Association Certificate & Scholarship Award Presentation: Joe Holiday MCJROTC Unit "Leatherneck" Scholarship Award Presentation: Doreen Smerlinski 8 Support Council Idyllwild Institute-Fiesta Inc.: Kristen Collins. Lynn Family Memorial Scholarship: Doreen Smerlinski and Renae Babcock ($500 each). National Legion of Valor Bronze Cross for Scholastic Achievement nominee: Jeff -e-"Henderson Chamber of Commerce Civic Service award presentation: Jamie Sullwold. MCJROTC Superior Leadership Award Presentation: Doreen Smerlinski.. Dooley Elementary namibs RIF winning students Tht Reading Is Fundamental program at Dooley ES has completed a six week "Go Fishing for Books" reading program. Students were encouraged to read books and fill out book and page information for each book on a "fish" deposited in a net each week. The catch was tallied and a top reader/fisher won each week for the most pages read. Winners were: •Week 1: K, Nathaniel ShipIqr; Ut, McCade Powell; 2nd, Nidu>las Sidi; 3rd, Ahsha Hainey; 4th, Greg Hoist; 5th, Elisabeth Pound. •Week2: K, Brandon Heaton; 1st, Lauren Lomprey; 2nd, Jacqueline Hicks; 3rd, Heather Pound; 4th, Cierra Adler; 5th, Craig Gimbel. •Week3:K, Tyler Scoble; 1st, Richard Lough; 2nd, Amanda Hutchins-3rd, Steven Fralix;4th, Brandy *Mitchell; 5th,Karen Smuskiewicz. •Week 4: K, Tyler Scoble; 1st, Latasha Mitchell; 2nd, Jessica Olhra; 3rd, Steven Fralix; 4th, Rebecca Higgins; 5th, Megan Gibby. •Week6: K, Kevin Brown; 1st, Stephanie McMillan; 2nd, Kody Walker; 3rd, Meagann Wooley; 4th, Michael Wofford; 5th, EHsabeth Pound. •Week 6: K, Kevin Brown; 1st, Jesus Marmolejo; 2nd, Nathaniel Ferguson; 3rd, Steven Fraluc; 4th, Rebecca Higgins; 5th, Britney Randall. Top readers for the six week program were: •Kindergarten: Kevin Brown, Tyler Scoble, Thomas Scoble. •1st grade: Richard Lough, Latasha Mitchell, Sean Marlar. •2nd grade: Rachael Wadley, Michael Cureton, Amanda Hutdiins. •Srd grade: Steve Fralix, Meagan Wooley, Heather Pound. •4th grade: Rebecca Higgins, Joinifer Reynolds, Laura Gibby. •5th grade: Elisabeth Pound, Britney Randall, Scott Barnes. Special awards were given to students who went "fishing" every week Amber Witherby, Sashaa Stembridge, Kevin Brown, Tasha Stembridge. THE NEWS COVERS YOUR COMMUNITY Tired of fishing around? '^m^'-''^ • :,^^^^-^ Call I.0a437-5814 Perfect ate Jyoice personals •\ TufiS(i9yJ^ayJL 1996 Handaraon Home Newt Page 7 Kaufman and Broad enters eifipty nester market Kaufman and Broad, the nation's fourth largest home builder, has made a grand entrance into the empty nester, or "Aging Baby Boomer" market with its distinct Sentosa community, located in the masterplanned community of Green Valley Ranch. The opening of 3eato8a muki • A big move for Itlu^an and Broad, because we are primarily known for being a builder of homes forfirst-time buyers," said Jay Moss, president of Kaufman and Broad ofNevada, Inc. "Statistics show that the over 50 population will increase by more than 25% in this decade alone, and that by the year 2013, the • medium age in America will be 60." Because of that, Kaufman and Broad has been closely looking for the perfect opportunity to provide housigg for this Popgri|&tion segment. "As a leading builder of homes for first-time buyers, we've seen that as the baby boom generation is 'growing up,' many of our buyers' needs are changing," said Moss. Their children are moving out to start lives of their own, and becaiue they eixjoy an active lifestyle, the idea of moving to a smaller, more affordable home is appealing to them, so they have income available to travel and do the things they eivjoy." According to Moss, the companyi4^tlMUbM|iiseJ^syi_ is the ntunber^ne retiremeni destination in the country, it was the perfect place to launch a community of Uiis type. Las Vegas has become a top choice among the active adult, or "aging baby boomer," because of its low tax base, warm climate and numo'ous recreational opportunities. Sentosa is a one-of-a-kind resort-orianted community, with a central pool area and cabana, walking trails and a serene garden atmosphere. And, as part of area, in that it ii not age-restricted, it offers all detached, single-story homes, and provides 24-hour gated security. In addition, homeowner's association dues are minimal. IIJM^^^frseB Vallay Banft^ ^ neht HM able to take advantage of golf, square-fi tennis, biking, and other activities. The commimity is quite different from other "retirement" communities in the Las Vegas Sentosa also offers a wide variety of flpor plans and elevations imi^^$^ to J,800square-feet of space. The plans feature large living areas and private master bedrooms, with sitting areas, retreats and walkin closets as standard features. (0 %^ u z 3 <= (0 < E •Q (0 55 (0 ts JS (0 ^ IB ^ O o QCOCW ujuji;: r? ^ o — ^ CD w .")lOpni ordy. Cily of Henderso C A f. 1 N CJ U y. S T A n W A N T Himlilvi Ihn.. I niotk Snutli o, ill.. lUi](hi\„n .')r,.',-;)llli GREEN VALLEY AREA Xotv^^'^^ ^iC Community Executive Homes From The $160,000's Pnsli|i,Strl,attoliry, lo(olion,S(orily,l>rivo(y, [JD TO 3,638 Sfl. Ft. llohOISnii-Cwlom n n n I & 7 Bedrooms OiokH. • Prholi Gfltid (omminity •UjoantToAU/UriPork •Stflii-CinWfflHomK •ZoMd For Crew VaVty Higli School ^ hSM^ (Si Salu onkc 0|>cn Daily lOainioSpm 435-7120 'lftU I muni fJ jauwflJ JOKERS SPRIHG FLING! On J/J/J/J wins* Wednesdays! WIttiSl Royal wins* everydayl On J/J/J/J wins* Mondays) C A S I NO ANOTHER FINE BOYD GAMING^ PROPERTY • BOULDER HIGHWAY. BETWEEN LAKE MEAD & SUNSET • 564-8100 900I CA$H DRAWINGS every Tuesday! Maximum coins played, no wild cards. Promotion runs May 1-31, 1996. Ail rules posted. t ^^.''^J^iaPi'ns i |.MR|JiiPUJ^-..li^ .. [4 *" J VMS^ ^ IJOIL oun (iom 10 A S. Water • ^ • MMMiaaaiiHMM

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wmmmm. mmmmmmt Pagt 8 Handaraon Homa Naws Tuesday. May 21,1996 Tuesday, May 21,1996 Handarton Homa Nawt Paga f Sun City rec center under construction It won't be long befora visitort, and rendento at Del WebVi Sun City MacDwald Randi hear the "twoofh* of tennis balls and the soft splashes from people relaxing by the pool HM recreation center at the community for those 56 years of age andbettar is scheduled to opoi in late October. "Sun City MacDonald Bench is thriving, witfanearbr200Te8idmts 'making our aomauini^ymhr home just since the middOe of January,* said Joe Sholes, director of sales and maikatingfor Del Webb. The opening of the recreation center will make the Sun City lifestyle complete When finished, the recreation center will offer appltndmately 36,000-square-feet of space for dub activities, a billiards room, health chib, mid fully equipped exercise rooms. The center will alaohave three tennis courts,bocci ball courts and a 25-yard heated outdoor pool. In addition, residents can take advantage of the 250-seat social hall, computer room, ceramics room with a kibi, quilting room and dance studio. Specialty dubs arebeingformedtomeetavariety of resident interests. "Our recreation center was AT WORK—Sun City rasklants work in a hobby room similar to one in tha Sun City MacDonakJ Ranch recreation cantar under con-, stniction. designed with our residents'wants and needs in mind," Sholes said. "Because of our focus on Ufestyle, it's easy to say the center offers' something for everyone." Residents also will ei^joy the 18-hole, par-60 executive-length Desert WillowGolfCourselocated in the center of the community. Residents willbe challenged yearroimd by the course, designed by legendary {>GAHall of Famegolfer Billy Casper and renowned golf course architect Greg Nash. Desert Willow is currently scheduled to open in late May. DEATHS t i: ^ t I I '^li& BarlMra A. McDade Barbara A. McDade, BO, died Tuesday, May 14, 1996, in a local hospital. Bom March 4,1916, in Groverton, N.H.. she had been a resident in the area for more than three years. She was a retired licensed practical nurse. She is survived l>y three sons, Barry Thibodeau of Henderson; Wayne Thibodeau of Oceanside, and Fay Thtoodeau of El Cajon, both of Calif.; nieces and nephews in New Hampshira; grandaughtor, Laura Thfcodeau of Henderson; four other grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Services are private. Arrangements were handled by Palm Mortuary-Henderson. Vatta W. Thombuiv Vetta W. Thomburg, 75, died RiBiWadmMlaywMay IS, T9a.>>j^-,o'>oBoin Aug.6,1 Q2Q,inOmaha, Neb., she had been a resident of Henderson for 1 1/2 years aftermovihg from ^Carisbad, Calif. ^ She is survived t)y her husband, Lowell, and daughter, Denise, both of Henderson; two brothers, Ed Weaver of Mariposa, Calif., and HaroldWeaver of North Platte, Neb.; and one sister, Twyla Lyon of qplHomia City. Calif. Airangamerita werajJiandled by :^^DIaart llwviorW^tirJm^n & Burial ''Society ofXas Vegas. Farnswortli receives prestigious lionor ; Ryan P. Famsworth', a tenior at Western High School, has been named a United States National Award winner in history and government by the U.S. Achievement Academy. The academy recognizes less than 10% of all American high school students. His grandfather lives in Henderson. Famsworth's name will appear in the United States Achievement Academy Official Collegiate Yearbook, which is published nationally. He was selected based on the recommendation of his teachers, coaches, counselors and other qualified sponsors. Criteria for selection are a student's academicperformance, interest and aptitude, leadership qualities, responsibility, enthusiasm, motivation to learn and improve, citizenship, attitude and cooperative spirit. iVIalntenance work impacts traffic latm restrictions will affect traffic flow from 7:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday on southbound U.S. 93 between U.S. 93/95 interchange structure and the Boulder City dty hmits. "We will be within this area blading the highway's center median," said Dave Sa^star, a^,. N(E>vada department (^T^ansr; portation District 1 maintenance supervisor. "Because of the equipment and personnel involved, we will have the area's left-hand travel lanes closed to safely accommodate the workers." he said. ; ? During these operations, the right-hand travel lane wiH remain opoi. Mot(>ri8t§,^usiBig,4his rqute. while the woikis beingdone, are asked to use caution as they travel adjacent to the work zones. Complete Diagnostic Ima & Radiation Therapy Centers Fulfilling the Needs of Southern Nevada. Ctm^tk kiitUn 1kmtf§ Smjui Ctmfiek iii f aw fif /wafi 'a f SerwcM NBVADA RADIATION ONCOIOOY CENTER DESERT RADIOLOGISTS Dtsan Radiologists West 2020 Palomino Lane, Ste 100 • (702) 387-6900 Dtaart Radiologists East 3920 S. Eastsm Avenue, Sta 100 • (702) 734-0071 Nevada Radiation Oncotogy (^mer Main: 824 S. Tonopah Drive • (702) 38S-M63 Navida Radiation OncoiogY Center East 3840 S. Eastern • (702) 369-6762 Radialion Therapy Cantar of Henderson: 98 East Lake Mead, Ste 101 • (702) 586-5311 Oaart Radiologists Northwest 7200 Cathedral Rock Drivs, Ste 150 • (702) 256-6545 For avid golfers, beginners or for those who just ei\joy watching the game, some new golf course homesites have recently been released. The average golf course site size is approximately 6,000square-feet. '^e have breathtaking golf course homesites available at some very reasonable prices," Sholes said. These sites are in hi^ demwd^ue to the unique lay-out and beauty of Desert Willow." Buyers can choose from eight distinctive model homes at Sun City MacDonald Ranch. The homes all have twobedrooms, with some offering the option of a third bedroom or a den. Tliehomes offer large Uving areas to accommodate the lifestyle needs of most buyers. Tentative plans are to construct 1,875 detached homes ranging firom 1,150-square-feet to 1,950square-feet, and 625 attached residential units ranging from 1,040-sqtiare-feetto 1,200-squarefeet Approximately 4,750 residents will call Sun City MacDonald Ranch home when the commimity is completed. The community is located one mile south of Lake Mead Drive on Green Valley Parkway. For news tips call 564-1881 CARPET SALE Gu.imnteed Lowest Prices • Carpet Vinyl Ceramic Wood Floors 100% Guaranteed Installation One of Las Vegas' Oldest Carpet Dea eis Carpets Ga ore 1601 S. Main Street 2 BIks. No. of Stratosphere Tower 385-5252 We Beat 'Em All !! Special Dismuiit with this Ad THE NEWS COVERS YOUR COMMUNITY e • 1 cAa B7nrff7nrs*S9BS9SBBerrvT{g LOCKY^^^ERVICE Henderson Home News 24 Hour • 7 Days & Surrounding Communities o ocal or Distant • Airport Tran^gort •HousePick-Up ,.'''-''f^-}, 376-2688 Gators make it four straight a a o \ Ask for Lucky Cab 0O0flOtOOB0ttD0eOOOQO0O000B01l9flBU8aBO0OOQOQO0QQQ0O New Bigger and Better Progressive y^ijfouXs Caribbean Stud Flush... pays.. $100 Full House ... pays .. $200 4 of a Kind ... pays .. $500 MOVChter St. Downtown Hendenon Another Fine Boyd Gaming Property bJ.AIIwi News Staff Writer RENO — Green Valley's senior leftfielder JeffCarter doesn't know.how to lose. And Saturday at the AAA state baseball championships at Reno's Moana Municipal Stadium, he didn't want to learn. Carter — who was a member of Green Valley's state winning squads in 1993, 1994 and 1995. — sparked the Gators to their fourth-straightNevadaAAA title with a three-hit, four^RBI performance as Green Valley outlasted Durango, 13-9, in eight innings. They didn't give up," said Carter about the Trailblazers, who came back from a 9-3 sixth inning deficit to force the extra frame. "It would have been easy for us to get down and say we have another game, but we WM^\i. Green Valley beats Durango for baseball crown stayed strong." Carter is joined by fellow classmates Nick Day, Cory Frey, Taylor Myers and John Pashales as members of all four title winning teams. There was pressure on us this year," said Day, who went 3-for6 in the title game including scoring the eventual winning nm after a wind-blown double to lead off the eighth inning. "Everybody said we couldn't do it. But we knew we could." Green Valley entered the state tournament as the South's No. 2 seed — for the second straight season^ — and for the>^cond straight season, went through the state tournament unscathed at 3-0. They showed a lot of guts," said Green Valley coach Rodger Fairless about his squad, which finishes the season 32-5. They showed a lot of character that had been lacking for a while." Led by the fiery Carter, the Gators showed that character when they needed it Not only Skyhawks finish tliird in state softbali Bm Bowman News Sports Editor ;>%i,iViRY DAY! EVERY TIRE! m %r^ AT EVEKY BIG O TIKIS STOKE NATIONWIDE FREE WITH EVERY BIG 0 BRAND TIRE! / FREE TIRE ROTJUTmS EVERY 5,000 MILES / FREE FLAT REPAID FOR THE LEGAL UFE OF TKAD / FREE ROBRER VALVE STEMS ^ FREE UFETIME COMPUTER SPIN BALARCimi • FREE FULL REPLACEMENT ROAD HAZARD WAIUUHn WARRANTY AVAILABLE AT OVER 400 LOCATIONS WE SPECIALIZE IN FUU BRAKE SERVICES • COMPUTERIZED ALIGNMENTS • WHEEL BALANCING • FRONT-END REPAIRS • SHOCKS & STRUTS AIR GUAGE !! 4 WHEEL STIRB 11 • • "iiFREEi! !! VEHICLE !! iilHSPECnORiii ii VtanllniNClIn tf II UfMtnNfct II lnlM.lMckt.IMi, 11$^ Mfwhefltntrt. H TtasAhMlkipwiM II NootXigriiontobuy.Nolvalid 11 Most vehicles No( valid tnttiany 11 MosI Mhides No) valid wHti IMOI any ottwofler. See store 11 other oltor No oUigation to buy 11 any other OAK See store lor kK (Mails. UHedstMes only. | j See store tor details. Uslad stores || dttiHi Uttd stores only. 21 • Set Air Pressare • Check Tire Wear Noi valtd Mlh any other oder. J Coupon expires ^15/96 \'^^o^9^<^Wi^^j^l*iCoufmo^ Coupon nptns (/I V96. j For the Silverado girls softbali team, it was another learning experience. The Skyhawks wound up third in the Class AAA state softbali tournament, falling to Carson City 3-0 in Silverado's third game of the tournament. The team ended up with a 1-2 record after opening with a 2-0 lossto Galena on Thursday before beating Durango 3-2 on Friday. "We're not ready to win a state championship game playing against the caliber of talent like we did," Silverado coach Chuck Pope said. "I don't mean to diminish the teams from the north. Obviously they played very well." In trying to stay alive in Friday's game against Carson City, the Skyhawks had a chance to get on the board early. T^Hs^;*'(S throyra ^t ^t the call. Instead of it being 1-0, it's 0 0." Carson City scored a third inning run and added two runs on passed balls to close out the scoring. '^e need to get better in the south," Pope said. "We've been second and third now. That's two >-^^|^ight veari w^Jtav^t^eenin it and w Khow ^Nl hkve to get better. Until we get to that level, we don't deserve to win." Pope did see plenty of bright spots. SM Softball Page 10 John Judge/News Staff LOOKING FOR AN OUT—Silverado shortstop April Arata gets set to mekea throwto second base during action in the giris AAA state Softball tournament at Cheyenne High School. Arata and the SIcyhawks ended up third in the state tournament. Basic winds up fourth in volleyball action Green Valley finishes 0-2 in tournament M Bowman News Sports Editor INSTANT UNACING AVAILABIE 0 AC OVER 400 LOCATIONS IN THE U S AND CANADA K:::ai-' • HENDERSON/GREEN VALLEY FLAMINGO & BOULDER HWY. HENDERSON 170N.PECOS 4728 L FLAMINGO 828 BOULDER HWY. 263-9333 451-2208 565-9393 These Wolves were hungry and clawed and scratched for everything. And in the end, Basic wound up fourth in the Class AAA boys zone volleyball tournament The Wolves fell to Gorman 158, 15-7 in the third-fourth place game Saturday night at Chaparral High School. *We started off [this season] with adversity and it just caught up with us," Basic coach Darrin Puana said. *But the kids never gave up." In the season finale, the Wolves fell behind 5-0 in the first game before rallying to tie the score at 5-5. *They hung in there," Puana said. "But Gorman played well." In fact, after the score moved to 7-7, Gorman scored eight of the final nine points for the victory. In the second game, the Wohres led 2-0, but the Gaels rebounded and led 7-4 before the bghta went out in the gym. As it turned out, it was a premonitiMi as the Gaels scored seven of the final 10 points to turn the lights out on the Wolves season. "The kids all played hard," Puana said. "I really feel sorry for the seniors because they all played key roles." One of those key seniors was Jason Hansen who watched the final Basic match firom the sidelines, his leg in a cast after breaking a bone in it against Cheyenne on Friday. They are still a good team without me," Hansen said. Tve got all the confidence in them. But, I sure would have liked to have played." Another senior, Andy Campbell, said the team can hold its head high. "It's a little disappointing because we had higher expectations," Campbell said. "But we had a lot of players really step up and play well. Shad [Williams] and Lance [Seevers] really played under a lot of pressure and th^ pli^red very well." Overall, Puana said the team "showed a lot of character. They played hard and that*s all you can ask." To get into Saturday night's action, the Wolves had to beat Chaparral on its home court. The Wolves clipped the Cowboys 10-15, 15-7, 15-13. "We had a strong second game," Puana said. "In the third game, both teams were fighting it out. We just worked hard." Puana added the Wolves "really stepped it up to win on their court With Jason out, we had a new mixture and we're still trying to adapt. The guys are working very hard." On Friday, Cheyenne jumped out to a 7-1 lead in the first game and rolled to a 15-10,15-5 victory over Basic in the second round of the tournament The Wolves were hampered by the loss of Jason Hansen with an ankle ii\iury. "We don't want to make excuses, but we lost our best passer and best defensive player," Puana said. Desfrite the loss, the Wohres didn't go quietly. SM VoHeybaH Page 10 Rob Wekiffifeld^News Staff SETTING rr UP — Basic's Jeramy BotMn gets reedy to set up a teammate during the zone vollaybali tournament at Chaparral. Moving in is the Wolves' Shad WMams (12). did Carter reach base six times in the finale, but the senior went a combined 4-for-6 in Green Valley's 12-2 win over Carson on Thursday and its 11-6 win over Durango on Friday. "He's a senior," Fairless said. "Not just Carter, but all the seSaa Baseball Page 11 Gators swim to boys crown Hoover wins two events for 'Hawks DJ.AUMI News Staff Writer RENO —Carson High's boys swim team had won the past four AAA state titles heading into this season. Enter Green Valley. The Gators, who finished second to the Senattera atyWtate two years ago, set stateff ecords in the 200 and 400 fireestyle relays as they dethroned Carson, 104-89. "I knew we could do this," said Green Valley senior Garrett Wood, who took home an individual title in the 50 feeling to Mjw we're tbe best in the state. The Gators had captured four straight zone titles, but this year marks the first time the team has taken home the big one. The depth is pretty mudh what did it for us," said Gator coach Joe Sill, who admitted the meet was closer than he expected. "Most of our kids were at about the same times, but a lot of the northern kids moved up in place." Carson and Green Valley were neck-and-neck entering the final four events, but Green Valley's relay team of Wood, Jason Reed, Matt Sutton and Rob Handsfield took first in the 200 (1:27.98) and the 400 (3:13.10) to put the win away. THie Senatora] were closer than we thought," said Handsfield, a senior. Green Valley's team captain. "But we knew going in [to the relays] we'd be able to beat them." Wood added a second place in the 100 freeatyle while Sutton took second in the 200 freestyle. Handsfield added a fourth in tha 60 free and Reed finished fourth in the 100 butterfly to help the Gators to the sUte title. "After being so close two years ago and losing, it feels great to finally win it," said Reed. Both of the record setting relay squads also qualified fiar AD-Axnerican oonsideratiaa. Basic's boys finished aigfath overall at the meet with 22 points as its 400 freestyle relay team took fifth. Senior Darren Weed finished sixth in the 50 flree. 10 d Ihtck roundup, Page 10 / QoH roundup, ti mM^t^tlmimmtJ^^m

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wmmmm. mmmmmmt Pagt 8 Handaraon Homa Naws Tuesday. May 21,1996 Tuesday, May 21,1996 Handarton Homa Nawt Paga f Sun City rec center under construction It won't be long befora visitort, and rendento at Del WebVi Sun City MacDwald Randi hear the "twoofh* of tennis balls and the soft splashes from people relaxing by the pool HM recreation center at the community for those 56 years of age andbettar is scheduled to opoi in late October. "Sun City MacDonald Bench is thriving, witfanearbr200Te8idmts 'making our aomauini^ymhr home just since the middOe of January,* said Joe Sholes, director of sales and maikatingfor Del Webb. The opening of the recreation center will make the Sun City lifestyle complete When finished, the recreation center will offer appltndmately 36,000-square-feet of space for dub activities, a billiards room, health chib, mid fully equipped exercise rooms. The center will alaohave three tennis courts,bocci ball courts and a 25-yard heated outdoor pool. In addition, residents can take advantage of the 250-seat social hall, computer room, ceramics room with a kibi, quilting room and dance studio. Specialty dubs arebeingformedtomeetavariety of resident interests. "Our recreation center was AT WORK—Sun City rasklants work in a hobby room similar to one in tha Sun City MacDonakJ Ranch recreation cantar under con-, stniction. designed with our residents'wants and needs in mind," Sholes said. "Because of our focus on Ufestyle, it's easy to say the center offers' something for everyone." Residents also will ei^joy the 18-hole, par-60 executive-length Desert WillowGolfCourselocated in the center of the community. Residents willbe challenged yearroimd by the course, designed by legendary {>GAHall of Famegolfer Billy Casper and renowned golf course architect Greg Nash. Desert Willow is currently scheduled to open in late May. DEATHS t i: ^ t I I '^li& BarlMra A. McDade Barbara A. McDade, BO, died Tuesday, May 14, 1996, in a local hospital. Bom March 4,1916, in Groverton, N.H.. she had been a resident in the area for more than three years. She was a retired licensed practical nurse. She is survived l>y three sons, Barry Thibodeau of Henderson; Wayne Thibodeau of Oceanside, and Fay Thtoodeau of El Cajon, both of Calif.; nieces and nephews in New Hampshira; grandaughtor, Laura Thfcodeau of Henderson; four other grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Services are private. Arrangements were handled by Palm Mortuary-Henderson. Vatta W. Thombuiv Vetta W. Thomburg, 75, died RiBiWadmMlaywMay IS, T9a.>>j^-,o'>oBoin Aug.6,1 Q2Q,inOmaha, Neb., she had been a resident of Henderson for 1 1/2 years aftermovihg from ^Carisbad, Calif. ^ She is survived t)y her husband, Lowell, and daughter, Denise, both of Henderson; two brothers, Ed Weaver of Mariposa, Calif., and HaroldWeaver of North Platte, Neb.; and one sister, Twyla Lyon of qplHomia City. Calif. Airangamerita werajJiandled by :^^DIaart llwviorW^tirJm^n & Burial ''Society ofXas Vegas. Farnswortli receives prestigious lionor ; Ryan P. Famsworth', a tenior at Western High School, has been named a United States National Award winner in history and government by the U.S. Achievement Academy. The academy recognizes less than 10% of all American high school students. His grandfather lives in Henderson. Famsworth's name will appear in the United States Achievement Academy Official Collegiate Yearbook, which is published nationally. He was selected based on the recommendation of his teachers, coaches, counselors and other qualified sponsors. Criteria for selection are a student's academicperformance, interest and aptitude, leadership qualities, responsibility, enthusiasm, motivation to learn and improve, citizenship, attitude and cooperative spirit. iVIalntenance work impacts traffic latm restrictions will affect traffic flow from 7:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday on southbound U.S. 93 between U.S. 93/95 interchange structure and the Boulder City dty hmits. "We will be within this area blading the highway's center median," said Dave Sa^star, a^,. N(E>vada department (^T^ansr; portation District 1 maintenance supervisor. "Because of the equipment and personnel involved, we will have the area's left-hand travel lanes closed to safely accommodate the workers." he said. ; ? During these operations, the right-hand travel lane wiH remain opoi. Mot(>ri8t§,^usiBig,4his rqute. while the woikis beingdone, are asked to use caution as they travel adjacent to the work zones. Complete Diagnostic Ima & Radiation Therapy Centers Fulfilling the Needs of Southern Nevada. Ctm^tk kiitUn 1kmtf§ Smjui Ctmfiek iii f aw fif /wafi 'a f SerwcM NBVADA RADIATION ONCOIOOY CENTER DESERT RADIOLOGISTS Dtsan Radiologists West 2020 Palomino Lane, Ste 100 • (702) 387-6900 Dtaart Radiologists East 3920 S. Eastsm Avenue, Sta 100 • (702) 734-0071 Nevada Radiation Oncotogy (^mer Main: 824 S. Tonopah Drive • (702) 38S-M63 Navida Radiation OncoiogY Center East 3840 S. Eastern • (702) 369-6762 Radialion Therapy Cantar of Henderson: 98 East Lake Mead, Ste 101 • (702) 586-5311 Oaart Radiologists Northwest 7200 Cathedral Rock Drivs, Ste 150 • (702) 256-6545 For avid golfers, beginners or for those who just ei\joy watching the game, some new golf course homesites have recently been released. The average golf course site size is approximately 6,000square-feet. '^e have breathtaking golf course homesites available at some very reasonable prices," Sholes said. These sites are in hi^ demwd^ue to the unique lay-out and beauty of Desert Willow." Buyers can choose from eight distinctive model homes at Sun City MacDonald Ranch. The homes all have twobedrooms, with some offering the option of a third bedroom or a den. Tliehomes offer large Uving areas to accommodate the lifestyle needs of most buyers. Tentative plans are to construct 1,875 detached homes ranging firom 1,150-square-feet to 1,950square-feet, and 625 attached residential units ranging from 1,040-sqtiare-feetto 1,200-squarefeet Approximately 4,750 residents will call Sun City MacDonald Ranch home when the commimity is completed. The community is located one mile south of Lake Mead Drive on Green Valley Parkway. For news tips call 564-1881 CARPET SALE Gu.imnteed Lowest Prices • Carpet Vinyl Ceramic Wood Floors 100% Guaranteed Installation One of Las Vegas' Oldest Carpet Dea eis Carpets Ga ore 1601 S. Main Street 2 BIks. No. of Stratosphere Tower 385-5252 We Beat 'Em All !! Special Dismuiit with this Ad THE NEWS COVERS YOUR COMMUNITY e • 1 cAa B7nrff7nrs*S9BS9SBBerrvT{g LOCKY^^^ERVICE Henderson Home News 24 Hour • 7 Days & Surrounding Communities o ocal or Distant • Airport Tran^gort •HousePick-Up ,.'''-''f^-}, 376-2688 Gators make it four straight a a o \ Ask for Lucky Cab 0O0flOtOOB0ttD0eOOOQO0O000B01l9flBU8aBO0OOQOQO0QQQ0O New Bigger and Better Progressive y^ijfouXs Caribbean Stud Flush... pays.. $100 Full House ... pays .. $200 4 of a Kind ... pays .. $500 MOVChter St. Downtown Hendenon Another Fine Boyd Gaming Property bJ.AIIwi News Staff Writer RENO — Green Valley's senior leftfielder JeffCarter doesn't know.how to lose. And Saturday at the AAA state baseball championships at Reno's Moana Municipal Stadium, he didn't want to learn. Carter — who was a member of Green Valley's state winning squads in 1993, 1994 and 1995. — sparked the Gators to their fourth-straightNevadaAAA title with a three-hit, four^RBI performance as Green Valley outlasted Durango, 13-9, in eight innings. They didn't give up," said Carter about the Trailblazers, who came back from a 9-3 sixth inning deficit to force the extra frame. "It would have been easy for us to get down and say we have another game, but we WM^\i. Green Valley beats Durango for baseball crown stayed strong." Carter is joined by fellow classmates Nick Day, Cory Frey, Taylor Myers and John Pashales as members of all four title winning teams. There was pressure on us this year," said Day, who went 3-for6 in the title game including scoring the eventual winning nm after a wind-blown double to lead off the eighth inning. "Everybody said we couldn't do it. But we knew we could." Green Valley entered the state tournament as the South's No. 2 seed — for the second straight season^ — and for the>^cond straight season, went through the state tournament unscathed at 3-0. They showed a lot of guts," said Green Valley coach Rodger Fairless about his squad, which finishes the season 32-5. They showed a lot of character that had been lacking for a while." Led by the fiery Carter, the Gators showed that character when they needed it Not only Skyhawks finish tliird in state softbali Bm Bowman News Sports Editor ;>%i,iViRY DAY! EVERY TIRE! m %r^ AT EVEKY BIG O TIKIS STOKE NATIONWIDE FREE WITH EVERY BIG 0 BRAND TIRE! / FREE TIRE ROTJUTmS EVERY 5,000 MILES / FREE FLAT REPAID FOR THE LEGAL UFE OF TKAD / FREE ROBRER VALVE STEMS ^ FREE UFETIME COMPUTER SPIN BALARCimi • FREE FULL REPLACEMENT ROAD HAZARD WAIUUHn WARRANTY AVAILABLE AT OVER 400 LOCATIONS WE SPECIALIZE IN FUU BRAKE SERVICES • COMPUTERIZED ALIGNMENTS • WHEEL BALANCING • FRONT-END REPAIRS • SHOCKS & STRUTS AIR GUAGE !! 4 WHEEL STIRB 11 • • "iiFREEi! !! VEHICLE !! iilHSPECnORiii ii VtanllniNClIn tf II UfMtnNfct II lnlM.lMckt.IMi, 11$^ Mfwhefltntrt. H TtasAhMlkipwiM II NootXigriiontobuy.Nolvalid 11 Most vehicles No( valid tnttiany 11 MosI Mhides No) valid wHti IMOI any ottwofler. See store 11 other oltor No oUigation to buy 11 any other OAK See store lor kK (Mails. UHedstMes only. | j See store tor details. Uslad stores || dttiHi Uttd stores only. 21 • Set Air Pressare • Check Tire Wear Noi valtd Mlh any other oder. J Coupon expires ^15/96 \'^^o^9^<^Wi^^j^l*iCoufmo^ Coupon nptns (/I V96. j For the Silverado girls softbali team, it was another learning experience. The Skyhawks wound up third in the Class AAA state softbali tournament, falling to Carson City 3-0 in Silverado's third game of the tournament. The team ended up with a 1-2 record after opening with a 2-0 lossto Galena on Thursday before beating Durango 3-2 on Friday. "We're not ready to win a state championship game playing against the caliber of talent like we did," Silverado coach Chuck Pope said. "I don't mean to diminish the teams from the north. Obviously they played very well." In trying to stay alive in Friday's game against Carson City, the Skyhawks had a chance to get on the board early. T^Hs^;*'(S throyra ^t ^t the call. Instead of it being 1-0, it's 0 0." Carson City scored a third inning run and added two runs on passed balls to close out the scoring. '^e need to get better in the south," Pope said. "We've been second and third now. That's two >-^^|^ight veari w^Jtav^t^eenin it and w Khow ^Nl hkve to get better. Until we get to that level, we don't deserve to win." Pope did see plenty of bright spots. SM Softball Page 10 John Judge/News Staff LOOKING FOR AN OUT—Silverado shortstop April Arata gets set to mekea throwto second base during action in the giris AAA state Softball tournament at Cheyenne High School. Arata and the SIcyhawks ended up third in the state tournament. Basic winds up fourth in volleyball action Green Valley finishes 0-2 in tournament M Bowman News Sports Editor INSTANT UNACING AVAILABIE 0 AC OVER 400 LOCATIONS IN THE U S AND CANADA K:::ai-' • HENDERSON/GREEN VALLEY FLAMINGO & BOULDER HWY. HENDERSON 170N.PECOS 4728 L FLAMINGO 828 BOULDER HWY. 263-9333 451-2208 565-9393 These Wolves were hungry and clawed and scratched for everything. And in the end, Basic wound up fourth in the Class AAA boys zone volleyball tournament The Wolves fell to Gorman 158, 15-7 in the third-fourth place game Saturday night at Chaparral High School. *We started off [this season] with adversity and it just caught up with us," Basic coach Darrin Puana said. *But the kids never gave up." In the season finale, the Wolves fell behind 5-0 in the first game before rallying to tie the score at 5-5. *They hung in there," Puana said. "But Gorman played well." In fact, after the score moved to 7-7, Gorman scored eight of the final nine points for the victory. In the second game, the Wohres led 2-0, but the Gaels rebounded and led 7-4 before the bghta went out in the gym. As it turned out, it was a premonitiMi as the Gaels scored seven of the final 10 points to turn the lights out on the Wolves season. "The kids all played hard," Puana said. "I really feel sorry for the seniors because they all played key roles." One of those key seniors was Jason Hansen who watched the final Basic match firom the sidelines, his leg in a cast after breaking a bone in it against Cheyenne on Friday. They are still a good team without me," Hansen said. Tve got all the confidence in them. But, I sure would have liked to have played." Another senior, Andy Campbell, said the team can hold its head high. "It's a little disappointing because we had higher expectations," Campbell said. "But we had a lot of players really step up and play well. Shad [Williams] and Lance [Seevers] really played under a lot of pressure and th^ pli^red very well." Overall, Puana said the team "showed a lot of character. They played hard and that*s all you can ask." To get into Saturday night's action, the Wolves had to beat Chaparral on its home court. The Wolves clipped the Cowboys 10-15, 15-7, 15-13. "We had a strong second game," Puana said. "In the third game, both teams were fighting it out. We just worked hard." Puana added the Wolves "really stepped it up to win on their court With Jason out, we had a new mixture and we're still trying to adapt. The guys are working very hard." On Friday, Cheyenne jumped out to a 7-1 lead in the first game and rolled to a 15-10,15-5 victory over Basic in the second round of the tournament The Wolves were hampered by the loss of Jason Hansen with an ankle ii\iury. "We don't want to make excuses, but we lost our best passer and best defensive player," Puana said. Desfrite the loss, the Wohres didn't go quietly. SM VoHeybaH Page 10 Rob Wekiffifeld^News Staff SETTING rr UP — Basic's Jeramy BotMn gets reedy to set up a teammate during the zone vollaybali tournament at Chaparral. Moving in is the Wolves' Shad WMams (12). did Carter reach base six times in the finale, but the senior went a combined 4-for-6 in Green Valley's 12-2 win over Carson on Thursday and its 11-6 win over Durango on Friday. "He's a senior," Fairless said. "Not just Carter, but all the seSaa Baseball Page 11 Gators swim to boys crown Hoover wins two events for 'Hawks DJ.AUMI News Staff Writer RENO —Carson High's boys swim team had won the past four AAA state titles heading into this season. Enter Green Valley. The Gators, who finished second to the Senattera atyWtate two years ago, set stateff ecords in the 200 and 400 fireestyle relays as they dethroned Carson, 104-89. "I knew we could do this," said Green Valley senior Garrett Wood, who took home an individual title in the 50 feeling to Mjw we're tbe best in the state. The Gators had captured four straight zone titles, but this year marks the first time the team has taken home the big one. The depth is pretty mudh what did it for us," said Gator coach Joe Sill, who admitted the meet was closer than he expected. "Most of our kids were at about the same times, but a lot of the northern kids moved up in place." Carson and Green Valley were neck-and-neck entering the final four events, but Green Valley's relay team of Wood, Jason Reed, Matt Sutton and Rob Handsfield took first in the 200 (1:27.98) and the 400 (3:13.10) to put the win away. THie Senatora] were closer than we thought," said Handsfield, a senior. Green Valley's team captain. "But we knew going in [to the relays] we'd be able to beat them." Wood added a second place in the 100 freeatyle while Sutton took second in the 200 freestyle. Handsfield added a fourth in tha 60 free and Reed finished fourth in the 100 butterfly to help the Gators to the sUte title. "After being so close two years ago and losing, it feels great to finally win it," said Reed. Both of the record setting relay squads also qualified fiar AD-Axnerican oonsideratiaa. Basic's boys finished aigfath overall at the meet with 22 points as its 400 freestyle relay team took fifth. Senior Darren Weed finished sixth in the 50 flree. 10 d Ihtck roundup, Page 10 / QoH roundup, ti mM^t^tlmimmtJ^^m

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rr^ 1PW'::" '." • • l-'M-'W' ^^^^m^ |iSip|IP|II>ippiWI>l I III.Ill r^.i^ PR* PIPIIIPPII. U ^JP Fa0910 HndfBon Homt Nmvs Tuesday, May 21,1996 Tuesday, May 21,1996 HMiderson Home News fifffll Basic's Spears a double-winner at state tracic •*' •:^ > DJ.AIan News Staff Writer Track is a team sport led by individuals. But on Friday and Saturday at the AAA state trade meet at Chajrenoe High School, the meet became solely an individual one for the three area hi^ sdools. With neither Bute, 6tren ValleynorSihreradothnatening tc^win a Uum title^ theliD^ on particular atkletes. And three stepped vqi big for their squads. Leading the way was Basic senior hurdler Kindle Spears. Spears, a state quaUfier in 1996, won both the 110 high hurdles (14.83) and 300 intermediate hurdles (39.17) as he became Basic's first indhndual state, diampion in seven years. 'Thai was my goal since the beginning of the year, but I knew the guys iq> north would be fast," said Spears, who topped Reed's Mike Owens, the defending state diampion, in the 110 hurdles. "Everyone believing in me really helped a lot" *Kindle looked impressive,* said Basic coach Larry Burgess, ^e's had a real outstanding senior season. "He's improved tremendously. I think a lot of that just has to do with maturity." Spears, who led each race nearly wire-to-wire, said being a double state champion is something he never thoui^t he'd be two years ago. 'There's no way to describe how I feel," Spears said. There's not many people in the state that can say [they are double state diampions]." Green Valley's girls also added two state individual champions for the Henderson-area sdiools. Junior Katie Barto took the 800 title with a time of 2:17.39 with teammate Erika Hanson finishing in third. 'Katie was awesome this year," said Oreen Valloy coadi Ernie Monfiletto. "She's a great leader. She's truly an inspiration to the other runners and the staff." Rob WeidenfelcVNews Staff ... STATE TITLE LEAP — Green Valley's Carron Allen flies through the lir during the long jump eemptition at the AAA atete meet at Cheyenne High School. Allen won the title wHh a leap of 17-8. Barto also teamed with Hanson, Kaelyn Nielsen and Jennifer Eskin for a second place finish in the 3200 relay. "The best tiling about [Katie] is she's always having fUn," Monfiletto said. "She smiled whether she won or lost." Also leading Green Valle/s girls to a fourth place finish — Reed finished first—was senior Carroa^len in IJ^ long jump< Allen won tlie eventll^ih'a 17-6 as well as finishing fifth in the 100. Kristen Gronert added a fifth place finish in the discus. Silverado's girls finished 17th out of 23 teams despite having just two competitors in the competition. Helen Kale finished third in the high jump (5-2) while Day Gang took sixth in the pole vault (8-0) behind fifth place Dana Olsen (9-3) firom Green Valley. Green Valley's boys — who won the state title in 1995 — finished fourth this season with second place finishes from junior Marquise Matlock in the high jump and long jimip. The boys that qualified for state performed well," Green Valley's Monfiletto said. To be honest, the girls' fourth place finish is a little disappointing, although we did have some great individual efforts." Other top finishers for Green Valley's boys were Chris Wood in the 1600 and Brian Reed in the 100, who both finishedfourth. The Gators' 3200 relay team took third. Basic's boys—behind Spears — finished 16th overall. Reed won the title. "Kindle ran very well, but everyone else was just about average," Basic's Burgess said. Senior pole vaulter Jeremy Ludlow, who set a school record with a 13-9 at zone a week earlier, twisted his ankle in warmups at state and wasn't able to clear his entry height of 12-6. Basic's girls finished 18th overall without a finisher in the top five in any event. SWIMMING From Page 9 SOFTBALL n;^ .-_#:' From Page 9 ^^ "Ghrissy Lewis began hitting in the third and appeared to be the ball and LaMeka, thoui^ she cruising. wasn't a dominating pitcher, the Pope wasn't content. t^tamifBB^^f^yi^m^T^ ^nesUim they w us jplenty to work with next'sea "'-=^*.;.r~.i—:.. v. ..: son. We also got a lot of young kids in the game so we got them a taste." Earlier Friday,. Silverado posted a 3-2 victory over IHirango to stay ahve. j 'X-.. "It was a real, real good job by the kids to get ready," Pope said. "We had a 15 or 16 game winning streak and then the loss [2-0 to Galena on Ihursday] and the kids bounced back well." Silverado scored a first-inning run and then added a second run VOLLEYBALl From Page 9 I score some runs," he said o Durango. "They are a very good team." The Trailblazers did get on the board with two runs in the sixth to tie the game at 2-2. The Skyhawks scored the wiiming run in the bottom of the inning, using two errors by Durango to score the run. Julia Yurek hit a grounder that the Durango third baseman threw away for an error. Yurek wound up at second on the play and Candice Sutton came in to pinch run. "We've been second and third now. sifa^M yea^m^^^^^ehUi' it and we iinow we iiave to get better/' Catcher Christi Moores then put dovm a perfect bunt and this time it was the pitcher's turn to throw the ball away as Sutton raced across the plate with the eventual winning run. "We were tied and needed the run," Moores said. "I was just trying to get the runner to third." Chuck Pope, Silverado softbali coach LaMeka Anderson picked up the victory for the Skyhawks, giving up five hits while striking out five. "LaMeka did a fine job of pitching out of trouble," Pope said. The Skyhawks opened the tournament with a 2-0 loss to Galena. "Wejust didn't execuxtftj* P^flA, practice standpoint, but it didn't work out in the game." Galena scored a run in the third on a wild pitch and added an insurance run in the fifth. The Skyhawks were limited to just three hits — singles from Christi Moores, Heather Young and Shana Singer. "Our youth and inexperience absolutely killed us," Pope added. "It was very disappointing." Pope added that "both Galena runs were unearned. We didn't concentrate and that came back to haunt us." "It's so hard to get back up for state a week after zone," said Basic coach Amy Mena, whose squad finished second at zone. "But we had a great year." Silverado's boys 400 freestyle relay team took sixth while sophomore Brandon Oervihianfiniah(|*8eventl)t$t^ both the 100 butterfly and the' 200 fi-ee. T^^ However, it was freshman girl swimmer, Jacque Hoover, who sparkled for the Skyhawks. The 15-year-old won both the 50 free (24.72) and the 100 butterfly (58.30) in her first state meet ever. "I wasn't that worried about winning, I just wanted to swim the fastest I could," said Hoover, who qualified for both the Junior Nationals and AllAmerican consideration in each event. The best feeling in the world is being on top." Silverado's girls finished sixth overall with 37 points, behind fifth place Green Valley (54.5). Carson won the title. "Jacque's going to have an awesome career and she's only going to get better," said Silverado coach Tara Clark. "I'm really pleased with everyone. I'm excited for Silverado's swimming future." Another state winner from a Henderson-area school was Basic sophomore diver Julie iWhitehead. Whitehead — whose sisters were top divers for Basic in the late '80s and early '90s — edged out Green Valley's Kate Oiness for the state title, 405.15404.55. "It feels real good now that it's all over," said Whitehead, who nearly lost the lead on her last dive. "[Green Valley's divers] will be out for me next year, so I'm not going to get £ big head.*'' 't flrrr ^nrbr.-off Green Valley's Jaih^ri Chanin finished fourth in diving. The biggest news for Green Valley's girls, however, wasn't .positive. Sophomore Molly^ SulHvan — who won stfttein' Tnnished Uiird in the 200 free and second in the 500 free after hoping to win both titles. "I know I could have swam |faster," Sullivan said. "I'm not as upset about losing as I am about knowing I made mistakes. I came out too slow in the 500 and during the 200 I was focusing on the 500. "This is a learning experience for me." Green Valley's Kim Steinforth took sixth in the 100 free. Basic trailed 10-2 in the first game but refiised to fold. The Wolves scored the next six points and narrowed the gap to 10-8. The kids never gave up," Puana said. 'But [Cheyenne] played well." After keeping the Desert Shields scoreless for the next four service possessions, Cheyenne scored fhre of the final seven points for the rictory. The second game saw the Wolves score the ttnt point before the Desert Shields rattled off nine straight points as they cruised to the 16-6 victory. "Losing Jason hurt," Puana said. "He paaset about 75% of the balls. You trytoprq)arefor [losinf keyplayert], but tfaii isn't the matdi you want it to happen in." In Hiursday's opening round, BasicbeatDnrango IS-13,16-11 while Ore Valley fell to Bishop Qonsan 16-12,8-16,14-16. Beak coach Darrin Poana said tibe Wolves wore soUd. It was a very good win," be said. "We got the nerrousneas outofthewaj." "rrite Wolves] sitowed a lot of character." Darrin Puana, Basic volleyball coach up with the Wolves scoring a point Puana said despite the close scores, the Wolves played solid. "I felt we were a little tight, but I thought we were in control,* Puana said. The Gators followed their opening match loss with a second loss, falling to Chaparral 10-15, 16-3.13-15. "It was a disappointing ending," Green Valley coach Erin Hill said. "But we tried to remain together as a team all year long and we did tonight as well." Hill said the squad "did not pass and serve well and that's why we lost (roing in I thought we needed to do those things well and we didn't. Chaparral played very well." Hill said the seniors — including Bill Masciocchi, Gram Burt, K.C. Vetter, Lance Gordon, Trevor Jensen, JerellAguila and Branson Barr -^ "gave it their best shot [this season]. That's how I want them to be remembered. That's how I want this team to be remembered." SPORTS WRITER Applications are being accepted for a full-time Sports writer for the Henderson Home News. --^ Send resijme and clips to 2 Connmerce Center Dr^ ---; -"^i J%r^-vi~^ Henderson, NV 89014 Puana added the squad "had some service errors and some hitting errors. We gave them more than we should have." llie Wolves used nine kills by Andy Campbell to win the first game and broke an 11-11 tie in the second game to advance. "We stayed in it mentally," Pnana said, "A team like Gorman woot go away so in had to stay in our game." Puana said one of the keys was the play of the back row. Tliey really stepped it up," Poana said of the play of Lance Seevm, David Hall and Marcelo Poly. Tliey don't get mudi recognition, but they do the job for us." Seevers made one of the key plays of the match in the second game. He was sprawled out on the floor and stuck out his hand to come up with a save that ended GRAND OPENING TERRIBLE'S LUBE $19 Only 95 We do Domeetk ft Foreign Care and Motor Homee I— Inelud09: •Chsngiffwol •ChwktfathtbaMry •ChsckllBpowirclNttng >ClwokIBInmifHMion •Chsngitwfllw •Ctwck&MttwbralelUd •ChMk&MdMwwiW ChMk a M wIndMtid wHhw •ConpMichistiilUbl • ChwkAfiUrM •ChMkidMnairfnir •WohtNtnWMd* We are "The ProfeMlonalt" WE FEATURE PENNZOtL PRODUCTS f%n, ,Br\Kt r "~ vUUrv/ri' I ^3^ OFF j We iMrtura PennzoN ak A ON fMars I INCLUDES FREE CM WASH SERVICE CHANGE 1 aSo^TtowASTpAiiicwA^^ei-iea? {^^•oom a nd Wlgwram) BW Bowmen News Sports Editor • ^4i''irA For the Green Valley boys golf team, the third time was not a charm. The Gators came up five shots short in their chase for a third straight AAA state golf title. Bonanza shot a 391 to win the crown while the Gators 'Wound up second with a 396 during Friday's action at the Sunrise Country Club. "bonanza won it on the back nine," Green Valley coach Del Sagers said. "We just didn't shoot well enough on the back." Mike Louden led the Gators witha 75whileRussellNygard, the two-time defending state champion, had a 78 as did Casey Hall. Avi Khitri carded an 81 while Doug Brown had an 84 and Dallas Massey wound up with an 85. "We would have been the first team to win three in a row," Sagers said. "It just didn't happen. But, you've got to give Bonanza credit." Sagers said the Green Valley squad still had a tremendous season. "Zone was a bright spot for us," Sagers said. "We also had our lowest round ever, a 178 at Sunrise. And the round we shot at zone was one of the lowest. This team has put together a lot of good rounds." Friday, it just wasn't to be. Louden carded a three-overpar 75 that included a 10 on the final hole. jjHe was two-under-par heading into the final hole before he encountered the water three times, k-i^• • n-U^ "I was just trying tO make pars," Louden said ofhisround. 'But I had a lot of putts fall. I made almost everything I looked at. I had seven birdies." "Mike had a heckuva round John Judge/News Staff WATCHING IT FLY — Green Valley's Russell Nygard watches his tee shot fly during Friday's AAA state golf tournament. Nygard fired a 78 to help the Gators to a second place finish. :? "We would have been the first tearti to win three in a row. It Just didn't : ^'' • • happen. "'' ^t •. >lpp|g^S^e]rs4Mj|d. *% was aiSkrealsolid with a 7sf^et^% lot of pressure out there. H6 shot some phenomenal golf out there to shoot a 75." Sagers added that Nygard has been the backbone of the team. "Russell was the catalyst," Sagers said. "You've got to give Russ a lot of credit. He made the other players what they are with his competitiveness. He's won two zones and two state titles. It's phenomenal what he has done." Nygard said he "never got things going. I didn't hit a good drive on the first hole and then I putmy second shot in a bunker -* 'TT ar. Del Sagers, r'Green Valley coach ^andtwiffTBEEy,to ma Nygard added that despite not playing his best, he "really wanted to help the team. We all worked hard but it just didn't happen." After winning back-to-back state championships, Nygard said it was easy to be disappointed. But, there were bright spots. "It was great to be part of all those great teams," he said. "We had two state championships and that's agreatfeeling." The Gators also have three golfers going on to tackle college careers including Louden at Fresno State, Nygard atUNLV w and^asey Hall at Mr Force. "That's pretty good," Sagers said. "It's a tribute to them." Silverado's Brad Callihan also took part in the tournament and fired a 40-42 — 82. "I'm pleased, but I'm sure he isn't," Silverado coach Randy Minagil said. "He played much better than his score. He got a couple ofbad breaks and double bogeyed 16 and 17. He was really unlucky." Minagil said Callihan "is really up and coming. I'm sure there are people saying "Watch out for that Silverado kid'. I'm really proud of the way he played." BASEBALL From Page 9 niors played their [rear ends] off." But this wasn't a game just starring the seniors. After using a two-run double f^om Carter and a run-scoring triple finom jimior second baseman Gerry Alesia to score five times in the top of the fifth, the Gators held a 9-3 lead with their ace, senior right-hander Taylor MimoaAemound. Kit'iri^ihe sixth — Myers* third inning of relief for senior starter Luke Anderson — the Trailblazers ignited. Durango lit up Myers — who had thrown a complete game, four-hitter against Carson on Tliursday — for four hits and five runs in the inning to pull to within (me, 9-8. Then in the seventh, the Trailblazers got their first two hitters aboard off Myers before Fairless called on Doug Kohl, a junior, from the bullpen. Kohl forced Durango's Sal Fontana and Bob Amerine to fly out cheaply before sophomore third baseman David Yancy blooped a single into right just out of reach of the diving Pashales to score the tying run. However, Kohl retired Eddie Guerrero with another flyball to strand the winning run at third and send the game into the eighth inning. "I just wanted to keep the ball down and hit my spots," said Kohl (2-0), who picked up the win after a perfect eighth inning of work. "[This win] showed what we're made of." Day led off the top of the eighth with a high flyball to left which fell for a double in the gusting wind. After Frey drew a walk, Alesia — who had successfully laid down a suicide squeeze bunt in the third—sacrificed the runners to second and third. Durango intentionally walked junior sliortstop Bobby Pierce to load the bases for sophomore David Jensen, who beat out a double-play ball to shortstop which allowed Day to score. Senior Wes Mosman followed with an RBI single to right and came around to score with Jensen on a triple to the left-center by Carter to give the Gators their four-run victory and a fourthstraight state title—a feat neVer before accomplished in Nevada AAA baseball. This showed what kind of desire we have," said Pashales, who collected a hit in all three games of his final state tournament "T^is is something no one else has ever done before and no one d|aCwiirpr^CMily emf.do. We actually know we're the best." Green Valley opaaed the state tournament on Thursday by topping Carson, the North's No. 1 seed, 12-2, behind Myers' complete game. Myers (9-1) won his ninth straight decision allowing just four hits while striking out 14 Senators. The Gators scored four times in the top of the third inning to take a 6-1 lead as they pounded out 12 hits from eight different hitters. Carter paced the attack with three singles, two RBI and two runs scored. Frey drove in three runs with a double and a triple and Mosman was 2-for-3 with a triple, two runs scored and an RBI. Day, who was walked three times, added an RBI double and three runs scored. The Senators left the loaded in the third and ftSh innings as they stranded 10 runners on base against Myers. On Friday, the Gators bounced back from a 5-2 second inning deficit as they knocked off Durango 11-6 in the two teams' fourth meeting in nine diyrs; Tlie diamploiaihipgaoA wovdd be their fifth. Junior Taylor Smith (5>3) picked up the win in relief of Ian' Jones. Smith, who came on in Durango's five-run second, held the Trailblazers hitless in the third through sixth innings before giving way to Kohl with two outs in the seventh. Day drilled a solo home run in the third as Pashales went yard with a two-run blast in the fourth. Pierce went 3-for<4 w^ a double 8uid a triple as Mosman was 2-for-4 with two RBI. Carter finished the tournament 7-for-9 with five runs sotved and six RBI. Day, an expected first round draft pick in June, finished the three games 6-for-9 with aeven runs scored. Mosman wound up 5-for-9 while Pierce was 6-for11. Sports In The Area Louden tie^ for 12th in golf tourney Green Valley's Mike Louden fired rounds of 74 and 80 to finish tied for 12th at the Junior Classic at Twelve Bridges Golf Club in California. "That's my best finish in one of these," Louden said of his play in the AJGA event. Louden, who will play college golf for Fresno State this fall, said he is looking forward to the college experience. "I'm ready to face college," he said. "I can only learn from what happened at state." Louden fired a 75 at the state tournament and wound up fourth. Masciocchi named GatorsVvolleybaii MVP Bill Masciocchi was named the Most Valuable Player for the Green Valley boys volleyball team. ""; Other award winners included: J • Mitch Kallick as theOffensive Player of the Year. .naj • Jerell Aguila as the Defensive Player of the Year. • K.C. Vetter as the Most Improvec) Player. ^ '^. Spring Patio Sale Bright New C|olorfyJIie;^estQiiaUly.Great Prices W. Charleston Store 878-6162 &\t\ 6220 W. Chaileston (W of Jones) icfoofi and • M es.9otio Green Valley Store 436-7736 ^VA I960 W. Suniet (at Vile Vide). GET DAN POST COMFORT AT WESTERN EMPORIUM SAVINGS Giwiiide Shop the Western Emporium at Sam's Town for savings up to $35 on selected, first quality, super comfortable Dan Post Cowhide Boots for men and ladies. Oioose men's narrow round and medium toe styles in black, burgundy, tan and greynappa. Regulariy $134.98, now on sale for $99.98. Or take home savings on ladies cowhide boots in tan and black cherry nappa. 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rr^ 1PW'::" '." • • l-'M-'W' ^^^^m^ |iSip|IP|II>ippiWI>l I III.Ill r^.i^ PR* PIPIIIPPII. U ^JP Fa0910 HndfBon Homt Nmvs Tuesday, May 21,1996 Tuesday, May 21,1996 HMiderson Home News fifffll Basic's Spears a double-winner at state tracic •*' •:^ > DJ.AIan News Staff Writer Track is a team sport led by individuals. But on Friday and Saturday at the AAA state trade meet at Chajrenoe High School, the meet became solely an individual one for the three area hi^ sdools. With neither Bute, 6tren ValleynorSihreradothnatening tc^win a Uum title^ theliD^ on particular atkletes. And three stepped vqi big for their squads. Leading the way was Basic senior hurdler Kindle Spears. Spears, a state quaUfier in 1996, won both the 110 high hurdles (14.83) and 300 intermediate hurdles (39.17) as he became Basic's first indhndual state, diampion in seven years. 'Thai was my goal since the beginning of the year, but I knew the guys iq> north would be fast," said Spears, who topped Reed's Mike Owens, the defending state diampion, in the 110 hurdles. "Everyone believing in me really helped a lot" *Kindle looked impressive,* said Basic coach Larry Burgess, ^e's had a real outstanding senior season. "He's improved tremendously. I think a lot of that just has to do with maturity." Spears, who led each race nearly wire-to-wire, said being a double state champion is something he never thoui^t he'd be two years ago. 'There's no way to describe how I feel," Spears said. There's not many people in the state that can say [they are double state diampions]." Green Valley's girls also added two state individual champions for the Henderson-area sdiools. Junior Katie Barto took the 800 title with a time of 2:17.39 with teammate Erika Hanson finishing in third. 'Katie was awesome this year," said Oreen Valloy coadi Ernie Monfiletto. "She's a great leader. She's truly an inspiration to the other runners and the staff." Rob WeidenfelcVNews Staff ... STATE TITLE LEAP — Green Valley's Carron Allen flies through the lir during the long jump eemptition at the AAA atete meet at Cheyenne High School. Allen won the title wHh a leap of 17-8. Barto also teamed with Hanson, Kaelyn Nielsen and Jennifer Eskin for a second place finish in the 3200 relay. "The best tiling about [Katie] is she's always having fUn," Monfiletto said. "She smiled whether she won or lost." Also leading Green Valle/s girls to a fourth place finish — Reed finished first—was senior Carroa^len in IJ^ long jump< Allen won tlie eventll^ih'a 17-6 as well as finishing fifth in the 100. Kristen Gronert added a fifth place finish in the discus. Silverado's girls finished 17th out of 23 teams despite having just two competitors in the competition. Helen Kale finished third in the high jump (5-2) while Day Gang took sixth in the pole vault (8-0) behind fifth place Dana Olsen (9-3) firom Green Valley. Green Valley's boys — who won the state title in 1995 — finished fourth this season with second place finishes from junior Marquise Matlock in the high jump and long jimip. The boys that qualified for state performed well," Green Valley's Monfiletto said. To be honest, the girls' fourth place finish is a little disappointing, although we did have some great individual efforts." Other top finishers for Green Valley's boys were Chris Wood in the 1600 and Brian Reed in the 100, who both finishedfourth. The Gators' 3200 relay team took third. Basic's boys—behind Spears — finished 16th overall. Reed won the title. "Kindle ran very well, but everyone else was just about average," Basic's Burgess said. Senior pole vaulter Jeremy Ludlow, who set a school record with a 13-9 at zone a week earlier, twisted his ankle in warmups at state and wasn't able to clear his entry height of 12-6. Basic's girls finished 18th overall without a finisher in the top five in any event. SWIMMING From Page 9 SOFTBALL n;^ .-_#:' From Page 9 ^^ "Ghrissy Lewis began hitting in the third and appeared to be the ball and LaMeka, thoui^ she cruising. wasn't a dominating pitcher, the Pope wasn't content. t^tamifBB^^f^yi^m^T^ ^nesUim they w us jplenty to work with next'sea "'-=^*.;.r~.i—:.. v. ..: son. We also got a lot of young kids in the game so we got them a taste." Earlier Friday,. Silverado posted a 3-2 victory over IHirango to stay ahve. j 'X-.. "It was a real, real good job by the kids to get ready," Pope said. "We had a 15 or 16 game winning streak and then the loss [2-0 to Galena on Ihursday] and the kids bounced back well." Silverado scored a first-inning run and then added a second run VOLLEYBALl From Page 9 I score some runs," he said o Durango. "They are a very good team." The Trailblazers did get on the board with two runs in the sixth to tie the game at 2-2. The Skyhawks scored the wiiming run in the bottom of the inning, using two errors by Durango to score the run. Julia Yurek hit a grounder that the Durango third baseman threw away for an error. Yurek wound up at second on the play and Candice Sutton came in to pinch run. "We've been second and third now. sifa^M yea^m^^^^^ehUi' it and we iinow we iiave to get better/' Catcher Christi Moores then put dovm a perfect bunt and this time it was the pitcher's turn to throw the ball away as Sutton raced across the plate with the eventual winning run. "We were tied and needed the run," Moores said. "I was just trying to get the runner to third." Chuck Pope, Silverado softbali coach LaMeka Anderson picked up the victory for the Skyhawks, giving up five hits while striking out five. "LaMeka did a fine job of pitching out of trouble," Pope said. The Skyhawks opened the tournament with a 2-0 loss to Galena. "Wejust didn't execuxtftj* P^flA, practice standpoint, but it didn't work out in the game." Galena scored a run in the third on a wild pitch and added an insurance run in the fifth. The Skyhawks were limited to just three hits — singles from Christi Moores, Heather Young and Shana Singer. "Our youth and inexperience absolutely killed us," Pope added. "It was very disappointing." Pope added that "both Galena runs were unearned. We didn't concentrate and that came back to haunt us." "It's so hard to get back up for state a week after zone," said Basic coach Amy Mena, whose squad finished second at zone. "But we had a great year." Silverado's boys 400 freestyle relay team took sixth while sophomore Brandon Oervihianfiniah(|*8eventl)t$t^ both the 100 butterfly and the' 200 fi-ee. T^^ However, it was freshman girl swimmer, Jacque Hoover, who sparkled for the Skyhawks. The 15-year-old won both the 50 free (24.72) and the 100 butterfly (58.30) in her first state meet ever. "I wasn't that worried about winning, I just wanted to swim the fastest I could," said Hoover, who qualified for both the Junior Nationals and AllAmerican consideration in each event. The best feeling in the world is being on top." Silverado's girls finished sixth overall with 37 points, behind fifth place Green Valley (54.5). Carson won the title. "Jacque's going to have an awesome career and she's only going to get better," said Silverado coach Tara Clark. "I'm really pleased with everyone. I'm excited for Silverado's swimming future." Another state winner from a Henderson-area school was Basic sophomore diver Julie iWhitehead. Whitehead — whose sisters were top divers for Basic in the late '80s and early '90s — edged out Green Valley's Kate Oiness for the state title, 405.15404.55. "It feels real good now that it's all over," said Whitehead, who nearly lost the lead on her last dive. "[Green Valley's divers] will be out for me next year, so I'm not going to get £ big head.*'' 't flrrr ^nrbr.-off Green Valley's Jaih^ri Chanin finished fourth in diving. The biggest news for Green Valley's girls, however, wasn't .positive. Sophomore Molly^ SulHvan — who won stfttein' Tnnished Uiird in the 200 free and second in the 500 free after hoping to win both titles. "I know I could have swam |faster," Sullivan said. "I'm not as upset about losing as I am about knowing I made mistakes. I came out too slow in the 500 and during the 200 I was focusing on the 500. "This is a learning experience for me." Green Valley's Kim Steinforth took sixth in the 100 free. Basic trailed 10-2 in the first game but refiised to fold. The Wolves scored the next six points and narrowed the gap to 10-8. The kids never gave up," Puana said. 'But [Cheyenne] played well." After keeping the Desert Shields scoreless for the next four service possessions, Cheyenne scored fhre of the final seven points for the rictory. The second game saw the Wolves score the ttnt point before the Desert Shields rattled off nine straight points as they cruised to the 16-6 victory. "Losing Jason hurt," Puana said. "He paaset about 75% of the balls. You trytoprq)arefor [losinf keyplayert], but tfaii isn't the matdi you want it to happen in." In Hiursday's opening round, BasicbeatDnrango IS-13,16-11 while Ore Valley fell to Bishop Qonsan 16-12,8-16,14-16. Beak coach Darrin Poana said tibe Wolves wore soUd. It was a very good win," be said. "We got the nerrousneas outofthewaj." "rrite Wolves] sitowed a lot of character." Darrin Puana, Basic volleyball coach up with the Wolves scoring a point Puana said despite the close scores, the Wolves played solid. "I felt we were a little tight, but I thought we were in control,* Puana said. The Gators followed their opening match loss with a second loss, falling to Chaparral 10-15, 16-3.13-15. "It was a disappointing ending," Green Valley coach Erin Hill said. "But we tried to remain together as a team all year long and we did tonight as well." Hill said the squad "did not pass and serve well and that's why we lost (roing in I thought we needed to do those things well and we didn't. Chaparral played very well." Hill said the seniors — including Bill Masciocchi, Gram Burt, K.C. Vetter, Lance Gordon, Trevor Jensen, JerellAguila and Branson Barr -^ "gave it their best shot [this season]. That's how I want them to be remembered. That's how I want this team to be remembered." SPORTS WRITER Applications are being accepted for a full-time Sports writer for the Henderson Home News. --^ Send resijme and clips to 2 Connmerce Center Dr^ ---; -"^i J%r^-vi~^ Henderson, NV 89014 Puana added the squad "had some service errors and some hitting errors. We gave them more than we should have." llie Wolves used nine kills by Andy Campbell to win the first game and broke an 11-11 tie in the second game to advance. "We stayed in it mentally," Pnana said, "A team like Gorman woot go away so in had to stay in our game." Puana said one of the keys was the play of the back row. Tliey really stepped it up," Poana said of the play of Lance Seevm, David Hall and Marcelo Poly. Tliey don't get mudi recognition, but they do the job for us." Seevers made one of the key plays of the match in the second game. 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"bonanza won it on the back nine," Green Valley coach Del Sagers said. "We just didn't shoot well enough on the back." Mike Louden led the Gators witha 75whileRussellNygard, the two-time defending state champion, had a 78 as did Casey Hall. Avi Khitri carded an 81 while Doug Brown had an 84 and Dallas Massey wound up with an 85. "We would have been the first team to win three in a row," Sagers said. "It just didn't happen. But, you've got to give Bonanza credit." Sagers said the Green Valley squad still had a tremendous season. "Zone was a bright spot for us," Sagers said. "We also had our lowest round ever, a 178 at Sunrise. And the round we shot at zone was one of the lowest. This team has put together a lot of good rounds." Friday, it just wasn't to be. Louden carded a three-overpar 75 that included a 10 on the final hole. jjHe was two-under-par heading into the final hole before he encountered the water three times, k-i^• • n-U^ "I was just trying tO make pars," Louden said ofhisround. 'But I had a lot of putts fall. I made almost everything I looked at. I had seven birdies." "Mike had a heckuva round John Judge/News Staff WATCHING IT FLY — Green Valley's Russell Nygard watches his tee shot fly during Friday's AAA state golf tournament. Nygard fired a 78 to help the Gators to a second place finish. :? "We would have been the first tearti to win three in a row. It Just didn't : ^'' • • happen. "'' ^t •. >lpp|g^S^e]rs4Mj|d. *% was aiSkrealsolid with a 7sf^et^% lot of pressure out there. H6 shot some phenomenal golf out there to shoot a 75." Sagers added that Nygard has been the backbone of the team. "Russell was the catalyst," Sagers said. "You've got to give Russ a lot of credit. He made the other players what they are with his competitiveness. He's won two zones and two state titles. It's phenomenal what he has done." Nygard said he "never got things going. I didn't hit a good drive on the first hole and then I putmy second shot in a bunker -* 'TT ar. Del Sagers, r'Green Valley coach ^andtwiffTBEEy,to ma Nygard added that despite not playing his best, he "really wanted to help the team. We all worked hard but it just didn't happen." After winning back-to-back state championships, Nygard said it was easy to be disappointed. But, there were bright spots. "It was great to be part of all those great teams," he said. "We had two state championships and that's agreatfeeling." The Gators also have three golfers going on to tackle college careers including Louden at Fresno State, Nygard atUNLV w and^asey Hall at Mr Force. "That's pretty good," Sagers said. "It's a tribute to them." Silverado's Brad Callihan also took part in the tournament and fired a 40-42 — 82. "I'm pleased, but I'm sure he isn't," Silverado coach Randy Minagil said. "He played much better than his score. He got a couple ofbad breaks and double bogeyed 16 and 17. He was really unlucky." Minagil said Callihan "is really up and coming. I'm sure there are people saying "Watch out for that Silverado kid'. I'm really proud of the way he played." BASEBALL From Page 9 niors played their [rear ends] off." But this wasn't a game just starring the seniors. After using a two-run double f^om Carter and a run-scoring triple finom jimior second baseman Gerry Alesia to score five times in the top of the fifth, the Gators held a 9-3 lead with their ace, senior right-hander Taylor MimoaAemound. Kit'iri^ihe sixth — Myers* third inning of relief for senior starter Luke Anderson — the Trailblazers ignited. Durango lit up Myers — who had thrown a complete game, four-hitter against Carson on Tliursday — for four hits and five runs in the inning to pull to within (me, 9-8. Then in the seventh, the Trailblazers got their first two hitters aboard off Myers before Fairless called on Doug Kohl, a junior, from the bullpen. Kohl forced Durango's Sal Fontana and Bob Amerine to fly out cheaply before sophomore third baseman David Yancy blooped a single into right just out of reach of the diving Pashales to score the tying run. However, Kohl retired Eddie Guerrero with another flyball to strand the winning run at third and send the game into the eighth inning. "I just wanted to keep the ball down and hit my spots," said Kohl (2-0), who picked up the win after a perfect eighth inning of work. "[This win] showed what we're made of." Day led off the top of the eighth with a high flyball to left which fell for a double in the gusting wind. After Frey drew a walk, Alesia — who had successfully laid down a suicide squeeze bunt in the third—sacrificed the runners to second and third. Durango intentionally walked junior sliortstop Bobby Pierce to load the bases for sophomore David Jensen, who beat out a double-play ball to shortstop which allowed Day to score. Senior Wes Mosman followed with an RBI single to right and came around to score with Jensen on a triple to the left-center by Carter to give the Gators their four-run victory and a fourthstraight state title—a feat neVer before accomplished in Nevada AAA baseball. This showed what kind of desire we have," said Pashales, who collected a hit in all three games of his final state tournament "T^is is something no one else has ever done before and no one d|aCwiirpr^CMily emf.do. We actually know we're the best." Green Valley opaaed the state tournament on Thursday by topping Carson, the North's No. 1 seed, 12-2, behind Myers' complete game. Myers (9-1) won his ninth straight decision allowing just four hits while striking out 14 Senators. The Gators scored four times in the top of the third inning to take a 6-1 lead as they pounded out 12 hits from eight different hitters. Carter paced the attack with three singles, two RBI and two runs scored. Frey drove in three runs with a double and a triple and Mosman was 2-for-3 with a triple, two runs scored and an RBI. Day, who was walked three times, added an RBI double and three runs scored. The Senators left the loaded in the third and ftSh innings as they stranded 10 runners on base against Myers. On Friday, the Gators bounced back from a 5-2 second inning deficit as they knocked off Durango 11-6 in the two teams' fourth meeting in nine diyrs; Tlie diamploiaihipgaoA wovdd be their fifth. Junior Taylor Smith (5>3) picked up the win in relief of Ian' Jones. Smith, who came on in Durango's five-run second, held the Trailblazers hitless in the third through sixth innings before giving way to Kohl with two outs in the seventh. Day drilled a solo home run in the third as Pashales went yard with a two-run blast in the fourth. Pierce went 3-for<4 w^ a double 8uid a triple as Mosman was 2-for-4 with two RBI. Carter finished the tournament 7-for-9 with five runs sotved and six RBI. Day, an expected first round draft pick in June, finished the three games 6-for-9 with aeven runs scored. Mosman wound up 5-for-9 while Pierce was 6-for11. Sports In The Area Louden tie^ for 12th in golf tourney Green Valley's Mike Louden fired rounds of 74 and 80 to finish tied for 12th at the Junior Classic at Twelve Bridges Golf Club in California. "That's my best finish in one of these," Louden said of his play in the AJGA event. Louden, who will play college golf for Fresno State this fall, said he is looking forward to the college experience. "I'm ready to face college," he said. "I can only learn from what happened at state." Louden fired a 75 at the state tournament and wound up fourth. Masciocchi named GatorsVvolleybaii MVP Bill Masciocchi was named the Most Valuable Player for the Green Valley boys volleyball team. ""; Other award winners included: J • Mitch Kallick as theOffensive Player of the Year. .naj • Jerell Aguila as the Defensive Player of the Year. • K.C. Vetter as the Most Improvec) Player. ^ '^. Spring Patio Sale Bright New C|olorfyJIie;^estQiiaUly.Great Prices W. Charleston Store 878-6162 &\t\ 6220 W. Chaileston (W of Jones) icfoofi and • M es.9otio Green Valley Store 436-7736 ^VA I960 W. Suniet (at Vile Vide). GET DAN POST COMFORT AT WESTERN EMPORIUM SAVINGS Giwiiide Shop the Western Emporium at Sam's Town for savings up to $35 on selected, first quality, super comfortable Dan Post Cowhide Boots for men and ladies. Oioose men's narrow round and medium toe styles in black, burgundy, tan and greynappa. Regulariy $134.98, now on sale for $99.98. Or take home savings on ladies cowhide boots in tan and black cherry nappa. 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nsai • • IIMHH >Page 12 HeitderMm Home News Tuesday, May 21,1996 iWeight bearing exercise not just for the young Justmtiontfaewords*weii^ training," and me is apt to think ofyoungtbufledbodiea, seeking to adueve Adonis-Uke perfection. Bat aocordinr to Green Vi^y Athletic Club fitness director Andrea Harris, weigfatorstrtegtii training is not just for Uta young. In feet, the benefits oi strength training are possibly even greater for middle-aged and older indivi^Mf^l to||i jrjfounger bdffti^"^ 'Older adults have more to gain from a wei^t4Maring ezerdse program," said Harris. "New research has shown the healUi benefits Of strength training to be much more significant than an improved physical appearance and mental well-being." In fact, the Green Valley Athletic Chib offers an adult circuit training class, free of diarge, to active adults 56 years of age and older. The class includes floor work, free weif^ts, and circuit training on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m "Our goal with tlus class is to introduce older adults to a well organized and well supervised program, designed to help each individual achieve their highest possible fitness level and eiqoy all the resulting health benefits." Some rea8.:;:>./ The average aduh experiences a 2-6% reduction in metabolic rate WORKINGOUT—Andrea Harris, Green Valley Athletic aubfitness director watches Art Ruiz's form and encourages him throughout his workout. Ruiz regularly takes active adult circuit training classes to strengthen his body. every decade of life. And because muscles, as active tissue, bum cakries faster than fat, strength training will help to keep metabolism high. Three pounds of muscle will raise reatiag metabolic rate by about seven percent, and increase daily calorie requirements by about 15%. Adults who replace lost muscle through sensible strength training use more calories all day long. According to Harris, muscles aren'ttheonlybodypartstobeaefit from strength training. TIM medkal industry has well documented the inoeese in bone mineral dmsity flrom progressive resistance exercises. Just as muade reqponds to weight, so do bones, helping to ward off osteoporosis commonly associated with aging. 4|dult onset diabetes is often a i^^^Ofjp^ghi&SBeJ Regular strength tndniog exercises have been shown to improve glucose metabolism, as well as reduce restingblood pressure and improve blood Hpid levels. Other health benefits of stTNOgth training include a reduction in low back pain and arlhriticpain. ThisispaJrticularly good news in light of the feet that arthritis sufferers need to develop stronger muscles, bones and connective tissues in order to cope with the disease. And finally, strength training has beoi proven to increase gastrointestinal transit time, therdi^r reducing the risk of colon cancer. "Many adults are intimidated by an the circuit training equipmoit," sakl Hairis, who advocates initially working out with a po*sonal trainer or taking an active adult class togetbetter acquainted with the gym and individual exercises. In addition to our active adult circuit training class, the Green Valley Athletic Club has a very qualified staff (tf personal trainers, who can woric with you to develop a proper fitness program and workout technique, and motivate you to achieve and maintain your fitness goals. Our job is to get your older individuals in the ri|^t shi^M for their needs." To learn more about the Green Valley Athletic Club's free active adult training classes, or its personal training program, call 464-6000. B9e Breakfast oils I<) ( IKKVSC I roin! MSn Mllii • 7 mmm m a. 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PS14985 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES YOU NAME IT WE DO IT ,. 'Residential 'Commercial 'Remodel cetf 294-1039 or Cff #496-1990 BOULDER CITY CARPET CARE Carpel Cleaning specialists, upholstery, auto, boat, RVinlsrtors,a4hr.Bervtee,Can>et*faii>ricpre l sclio n 8oft watsr lor cisener, eotler carpets. 293-4148 15174 Royal Flush Janitorial & Floor Maintenance •^••n DMI Ton A Winaar^ Bart Pnce UnraadSltmn* 141 CUSTOM BOAT COVERS • BNMM TOPS FRAMEWORK • MTERIOR8 • TRACTOR SEATS CARL'S Upholstery AUTO •RV'MAMNi CRAFT MM BMIMMM nt OWW M. SWMW CMV, MV Baapar 2S2-1339 (702)293-0591 14961 BOULDER DAM VAC & SEW Salea and Rapair Reconditioned Vacuums Starting at $19.95 1660Nev. Hwy..BC (ktorahaN Plaia) 293-3770 •TnEETTUMMMQ ^BRCEEariKATES MCS GARDENING •RESOEMTIM. 4 COMMERCIAL MEf>. PVC t VALVE REPAR • • SENIOR 0I90OUNT8 • UCCNteO UWN MAMTENANCE Mice 1M4 564-6742 PROFESSIONAL 11 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES II SERVICES GUITAR LESSONS By Exp. Teacher $1Q/hr. Call 564-7718 as. Carpentry 30 yrs. exp. Doors, roofing & remodeling Ca//Bob 566-8885 AT Need your Castle Cleaned? • osts • ApartiBMita • Houaaa Caal 15179 BLACK MOUNTAipi PLUMBING ^^ML SERVICE "m .1 'FASTSCRVKE ,^^ HENDERSON BOULDER CITY 55^749 ucisttH4 294-7713 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES Replacement Windows Custom fit to your home Call Bob 566-8885 MARY KAY COSMETICS Independent Beauty Consultant since 1989 Dro Doe Senko 293-5550 Parking Lot Striping Gravity Painting No Job Too Smell FREE ESTIMATE T.Brady 566-8962 Brick Block All Masonary 564-1487 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES PROFESSIONAL SERVICES ANGELO'S LAWN SERVICES Ucanaad Ail work guaranteed 592-0968 HOME REPAIRS bvC& Mso talMtaftfExMitaf I'MMkM 23 yrs. Expertenoe Call 564-4292 For Free Es M msIs Proflipt, Dependable Service BRICK, BLOCK ALL MASONRY 564-1487 LIC.M1S2S7 MW HANDY ANDY Handyman •ervlcee Electrical, phimb. paint, etc. 564-0691 PSMa YARDVARK'S LAWN AND MAINTENANCE Profseeional Tree Trhnming SenlngSC, Omen Valsy 4 Handsnon 294-1114 Pagar 222-6926 15173 ^ THE CAVANAUGH'S PAmTMG Interlor/Exttrior Free Eadmatoe 294-1422 Lfce w arf "nim the page for more professional services... I. ifcJu,; ,/5?^.. :-J V.

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nsai • • IIMHH >Page 12 HeitderMm Home News Tuesday, May 21,1996 iWeight bearing exercise not just for the young Justmtiontfaewords*weii^ training," and me is apt to think ofyoungtbufledbodiea, seeking to adueve Adonis-Uke perfection. Bat aocordinr to Green Vi^y Athletic Club fitness director Andrea Harris, weigfatorstrtegtii training is not just for Uta young. In feet, the benefits oi strength training are possibly even greater for middle-aged and older indivi^Mf^l to||i jrjfounger bdffti^"^ 'Older adults have more to gain from a wei^t4Maring ezerdse program," said Harris. "New research has shown the healUi benefits Of strength training to be much more significant than an improved physical appearance and mental well-being." In fact, the Green Valley Athletic Chib offers an adult circuit training class, free of diarge, to active adults 56 years of age and older. The class includes floor work, free weif^ts, and circuit training on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m "Our goal with tlus class is to introduce older adults to a well organized and well supervised program, designed to help each individual achieve their highest possible fitness level and eiqoy all the resulting health benefits." Some rea8.:;:>./ The average aduh experiences a 2-6% reduction in metabolic rate WORKINGOUT—Andrea Harris, Green Valley Athletic aubfitness director watches Art Ruiz's form and encourages him throughout his workout. Ruiz regularly takes active adult circuit training classes to strengthen his body. every decade of life. And because muscles, as active tissue, bum cakries faster than fat, strength training will help to keep metabolism high. Three pounds of muscle will raise reatiag metabolic rate by about seven percent, and increase daily calorie requirements by about 15%. Adults who replace lost muscle through sensible strength training use more calories all day long. According to Harris, muscles aren'ttheonlybodypartstobeaefit from strength training. TIM medkal industry has well documented the inoeese in bone mineral dmsity flrom progressive resistance exercises. Just as muade reqponds to weight, so do bones, helping to ward off osteoporosis commonly associated with aging. 4|dult onset diabetes is often a i^^^Ofjp^ghi&SBeJ Regular strength tndniog exercises have been shown to improve glucose metabolism, as well as reduce restingblood pressure and improve blood Hpid levels. Other health benefits of stTNOgth training include a reduction in low back pain and arlhriticpain. ThisispaJrticularly good news in light of the feet that arthritis sufferers need to develop stronger muscles, bones and connective tissues in order to cope with the disease. And finally, strength training has beoi proven to increase gastrointestinal transit time, therdi^r reducing the risk of colon cancer. "Many adults are intimidated by an the circuit training equipmoit," sakl Hairis, who advocates initially working out with a po*sonal trainer or taking an active adult class togetbetter acquainted with the gym and individual exercises. In addition to our active adult circuit training class, the Green Valley Athletic Club has a very qualified staff (tf personal trainers, who can woric with you to develop a proper fitness program and workout technique, and motivate you to achieve and maintain your fitness goals. Our job is to get your older individuals in the ri|^t shi^M for their needs." To learn more about the Green Valley Athletic Club's free active adult training classes, or its personal training program, call 464-6000. B9e Breakfast oils I<) ( IKKVSC I roin! MSn Mllii • 7 mmm m a. I Delivered to your home every Tuesday & Ihunday morning for only $Or|00 PcrYcar O \J Home Ddivery Just flU out the Information below and maU to: HENDERSON HOME NEWS ,:.v P.O. BOX 90430 Hcadcrson, Nevada 89009 I I I I I I I I I I I I Please Itart my subscription. I Name I Address I Phone I (FOfl OFFICIAL USE ONLY) I Enclosed is my check or money order for $30 for the I one year home deUvsry subscriptkm. I I I ll Signed. (NO REFUNDS) I HENDERSON HOME NEWS 564-1881 • • • ''^r, • niitTi^ ,-:|. •5 ,*• I. i 111,100 YOU COULD WINOVER (7:30 P.M. Session Mon., Tues., Thurs., Fri., and Sat.) EXCITING "NEW" 4 LEVEL BUY-IN & PAY OUT BIG "19" GAME FORMAT YOUR LEVEL OF PLAY' $150 PAYOUTS $300 PAYOUTS $400 PAYOUTS $600 PAYOUTS $6 DOUBLE PACK $15 DOUBLE PACK $20 DOUBLE PACK $10 PACK PAPA JOE'S RESTAyRANT iiP^ >*. PORTERHOUSE STEAK 18 OZ. COMPLETE DINNER 3IOR2SIFf r\F 725 S. RACETRACK RD. CALL 566-5555 HENDERSON • BEHIND K-MART tTeL*S veGAS How To Get To TRIPLE J CASm HORIZOW fcaCUUEHOnr Tuesday, May 21,1996 Hndrson Homt IS wl # M i|i LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE PUBLIC SALE Notkcbbcrtby liven dial In accordance with Nevada Reviaed Slatatca 10M731(N.473, coolcnta ef UM following •torage nnlii wM be • old on Thanday, May 30lk 1996at9:00AMatAAAIvaa Warchoaics, 101 Alhol Ave^ Hcndcnon, NV to M(iitkfidinqMcntrcnyMidfcci. •32 Frmkic Baca f44DMiMflMrt #59DmMflmrt r6 Allen Fritz •86 Betty Jtiluwoa •t7 Robert Rcymddi •133 Gerald Montoya •150 WilHm Graham •im Judith Wtrth •172 Edward Wheiai •179JmiMBdi •198/199 Torry ShhnaiiM •222Shanda&nilh-CUik •237 Sherry GUvcr R(tiiitrratoniccby8!30AM. Payments to be made in caA on dale of nk. Unila to be vacated by 8sOO PM on dale of tale. H-May H. 21.1996. Advei imm. CLASSIFIED AD 5 p.m. Friday for Henderson Tuesday issue Noon Tuesday for Henderson Thursday, Boulder City and Green Valley issues LBGALNOTICE TaijeiBAlUtUE tXMOa aSimaa. Ninrada 89015 toi ANY AND ALL PERSONS ^*o may dahn mi hn tanat In, dridan( CURRENCY NOTICE IS HEREBY of My,1^, Ac O^ or Htndanon and the HendcnoB PoHcc Dcpartmcol coaunenocd afoifeitare action pnrtnant to NRS 453.MlfaCweNo.A348l31, DepnrtMcnt Nambcr X, in A* Eiihlh Jadidd Diatikt Coart of the State oTNevada. Thif action involved One Tboaaand Four Handrcd Nbctetn Dolan ($M19.00) In United StalM Carrcncy fliikli M iciMd from JOSE ARRUEROMEROonAprfl )2,1995. You HMMt aerve your i^^mper to the complaint upon pUiplilTa attorney within twcnty(20)dayionhetcminaUaM of Ihla poblkation. Your aifwer muat le* forth ytar reipo n ae to the Compltinl or the nature and exMmce of any right, title, or Intercat claimed by you in tlie defendant cnmncy. If you fail to answer within the Ume provided. Judgment by Debait will be entered againat yoa flir the relef demanded inthaCompiahit Jadfc Jack Lehman SHAUNA HUGHES CITY ATTORNEY Byt David Mincavage, EMJ. Dcpoty City Attorney 243 Water Street Hendenon, Nevada 89015 H-April 30, May 7, 14, 21, 1996. LECALNOnCE I V LEONARD DE JORIA DBA ALL-RITE LOCK i 1236 Arrowhead Tr Hendenon, NV 89015 The following boat will be sold at auction on May 31,1996, at 6 AM, at 1236 Arrowhead Tr., Henderson, NV. 89015, as is, we reserve the right to bid on said boat YR MAKE MODEL VIN REG/LEGAL ? WeHcraA 19' CF1046HIVWELA8802M820-196 UroyCrandaS H-May 7,14,21,1996. Opening. the door to hope The Muscular Dystrophy Association's support services help Americans live with 40 neuromuscular diseases. And our cutting-edge research offers hope for a future without these disabling disorders. Call our lifeline. It's toll-free. y;:?-^^ mm^iw^' • • • >' • • i MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY ASSOCIATION THE VOICE OF HOPE 1-800-572-1717 Even than 1040EZ, Introducing TeleFile from the IRS. If you are single and filed Form 1040EZ last year, you can file your tax return in ten minutes by phone. Anytime. Check your tax booklet for information. • TeleFile It's free. It's fast. It works. Departmeint of the Treasury Internal Revenut Service Changing for good. ^ IvfltCS Consecutive, 11ssue, all publications tip to 3 llne|approx. 23 chbracte^ per linefjf. 45 each additional line. .(Green Valley Plus Picii-up lUtes: Boxed ads = $3.00 p.ci. per issue. Line ads = $3.00 per line up to 3 lines per issue.) ^ Cash Rate Billed Rate 3 lines .t.$6.50 *$6.85 4 lines $6.95 *$7.30 6 lines $7.40 *$7.25 / liriTO oaannaaaaaaBaaoaoaBaaannaaan ^9wW aanaanniannnaa*** ^9nOw 8 lines $8.75 •$9.10 9 lines $9.20 •$9.55 10 lines $9.65 ^$10.00 'Plus postage each time billed after initial billing. (One time pfek-up rale b $3.0B up to 3 Uneund 25 per nMMenalUne.) Published I\iesdays and Thursdays Ht.„.-lPLEASSnEAD YOUR Ab FOR ERRORS the first day it appears. H.B.C. Publications assumes no responsibility AFTER THE FIRST INSERTION, nor for en'ors not affecting the value of the ad. All claims for statement adjustments must be made within 12 days after expiration of ad. HendeHM HteJjo me News Boulder City News 564-1881 •^435-7700 Hours: Mon. Fri. 8-4 293-2302 Hours: Mon. Fri 8-4 Pjrepayments: Yard, & Moving Sales require cash in advance. (Exception subscribers) Out-of-town and out-of-state also require prepayment. Henderson Home News Tuesday's Issue 4:00 p.m. FRIDAY Henderson Home News Thursday's Issue 12:00 NOON TUESDAY NO CASH REFUNDS • CREINT ONLY $5.00 CancemUon faa (for Non-PMfhtd PROFESSIONAL SERVICES We clean your garage and dspose of unwanted clutter. Call Dave for FREE ESTIMATE. 5655668. PS5390 JS Rooter &Plbg.15 yrs. exp. Senior Disc. All lines cleared. PROMPTED 279-7790. PS14656 I STRIPING parking lots, I handicap, etc. Licensed, 568-1445. PS14692 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES We move res. & comnrj. Free estinruites, we load/ unload rental trucks anywhere in town. 565-9675 or Beep 599-0652. PS15294 YAFW LABOR SERVICE YARD clean-up, trash hauling, lawn mowing, minor sprinkler repairs. Lie. #164-010521. 5655810. PS245 I Tenbf ink LK. #39736 HAPPY GARDNER We Care For Your Lawn George R. Rogan, III #164-13888 565-3583 1 liin WE CAN GET RID OF UNWANTED COLOR LJOSS SPOTS ON YOUR CARPET,FASn| Otf enkoivt PrHffl^ciriMt ipol colorne*yMmrM)niand rmtetwOeoriginildyecolof pirtcy-m*i iw carpet kx* Me new • The Priw*" Simm s fflotl advmad nMod 014fi VPtciiW on Hvnwrttft • Dye colon in ponTWM Mi iw CpiangMclar • NMNMMMIOIICPCU OiffMv*rt*it CCNTIFICD CAHPET COlOlT GENE'S CARPET CLEANING 564-8055 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES Intelligence Testing, Achievement Testing, Testing for Attention Deficit. Completed at AFFORDABLEPRICES. Contact Sue Daniel, M.A., M.S. 898-1711. PS14985 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES YOU NAME IT WE DO IT ,. 'Residential 'Commercial 'Remodel cetf 294-1039 or Cff #496-1990 BOULDER CITY CARPET CARE Carpel Cleaning specialists, upholstery, auto, boat, RVinlsrtors,a4hr.Bervtee,Can>et*faii>ricpre l sclio n 8oft watsr lor cisener, eotler carpets. 293-4148 15174 Royal Flush Janitorial & Floor Maintenance •^••n DMI Ton A Winaar^ Bart Pnce UnraadSltmn* 141 CUSTOM BOAT COVERS • BNMM TOPS FRAMEWORK • MTERIOR8 • TRACTOR SEATS CARL'S Upholstery AUTO •RV'MAMNi CRAFT MM BMIMMM nt OWW M. SWMW CMV, MV Baapar 2S2-1339 (702)293-0591 14961 BOULDER DAM VAC & SEW Salea and Rapair Reconditioned Vacuums Starting at $19.95 1660Nev. Hwy..BC (ktorahaN Plaia) 293-3770 •TnEETTUMMMQ ^BRCEEariKATES MCS GARDENING •RESOEMTIM. 4 COMMERCIAL MEf>. PVC t VALVE REPAR • • SENIOR 0I90OUNT8 • UCCNteO UWN MAMTENANCE Mice 1M4 564-6742 PROFESSIONAL 11 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES II SERVICES GUITAR LESSONS By Exp. Teacher $1Q/hr. Call 564-7718 as. Carpentry 30 yrs. exp. Doors, roofing & remodeling Ca//Bob 566-8885 AT Need your Castle Cleaned? • osts • ApartiBMita • Houaaa Caal 15179 BLACK MOUNTAipi PLUMBING ^^ML SERVICE "m .1 'FASTSCRVKE ,^^ HENDERSON BOULDER CITY 55^749 ucisttH4 294-7713 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES Replacement Windows Custom fit to your home Call Bob 566-8885 MARY KAY COSMETICS Independent Beauty Consultant since 1989 Dro Doe Senko 293-5550 Parking Lot Striping Gravity Painting No Job Too Smell FREE ESTIMATE T.Brady 566-8962 Brick Block All Masonary 564-1487 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES PROFESSIONAL SERVICES ANGELO'S LAWN SERVICES Ucanaad Ail work guaranteed 592-0968 HOME REPAIRS bvC& Mso talMtaftfExMitaf I'MMkM 23 yrs. Expertenoe Call 564-4292 For Free Es M msIs Proflipt, Dependable Service BRICK, BLOCK ALL MASONRY 564-1487 LIC.M1S2S7 MW HANDY ANDY Handyman •ervlcee Electrical, phimb. paint, etc. 564-0691 PSMa YARDVARK'S LAWN AND MAINTENANCE Profseeional Tree Trhnming SenlngSC, Omen Valsy 4 Handsnon 294-1114 Pagar 222-6926 15173 ^ THE CAVANAUGH'S PAmTMG Interlor/Exttrior Free Eadmatoe 294-1422 Lfce w arf "nim the page for more professional services... I. ifcJu,; ,/5?^.. :-J V.

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Wl^H^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^WfBWmiHPiW "W^ 1 Tuesday, May 21,1996 Handerson Home Newt Pegt IS iQe 14 Henderson Home News Tuesday, May 21,1996 RV,v.tS PROFESSIONAi SERVICES • *>>r' PROFESSIONAL SERVICES tSp. AIYeurLavm Car* NMdal Inol., naw lawna, •prtnktan, ranovaHon, etaariMp and piunlng. NCHAa'S LAWN CARE 4S3-8252 LICENSE HANDY MAN -m Complete home repairs or peger 59-7474. 4 Lines ^6^ E&MOORE CLEARLY WINDOW CLEANING Reasonable Ra^s JeffKincaid 294-1114 Hmtiptam 222-6926 14302 HOWARD HELDERLEIN CONSTRUCTION Cammw^l • Rraklentlal • Rcmodeb^, Ucense #021013 565-0874 JUSL PROFESSIONAL SERVICES CARPET REPAIR & RESTRETCH 293-2122 ptHOP BILL FULL STEAM AHEAD Professional Carpet and Upholitery Qeaning 596-6300 436-28B3 Trucl( Mounted • Steam Extraction ^ ''^'!iiiS!*''-i \ • aVDE Estimator UCENSED • BONDED • INSURED LICENSE #38186 • DnBaoR/EXRUoR nuHnm •LAME Ml SMAU JOBS • DRnwuiRmun •STUCOOUPAIE FNBBESnMXnS CAUi 191-7417 0&49(^7S owner Masonry. Carpentry Repairs. Patios, Planters, etc. 294-1622 GENE'S CARPET CLEANING and WINDOW CLEANING Re. t Comm. 564-8055 Harry's Quality Painting 15 Years in Boulder City Interior/Exterior Residential/Commercial Acoustical Ceiling • Repair • Text Drywall Taping • Texturing • Wallpapering r' ^^ 293-1523 Free Eatlmate* Lie • Bonded • Insured „^„ NELSON'S COMPLETE HOME REPAIR Ail Repairs From A-Z & ceramic tile woric NO JOB TOO SMALL-FREE ESTIiMATES 565-3418 Lie. 18000; BEEPER 268-5776 ,4739 EACLE PRMTINC Business Forms Flyers • Brochures Tickets • Pads Newsletters Give us a Call! 101 Atlantic 566-5172 FAX: 566-5171 J • €' • m • a !i ) (XliBSIFIEDAD DDLIS 5 p.m. Friday for Henderson Tuesday issue eMRWn Thuii Boulder City and Green Valley issues BOULDER CONCRETE WANTS TO MEET VOUR CONCRETE NEEDS FOR FREE ESTIMATES AND QUALITY WORKMANSHIP CALL MICK CASEY Boulder City 293-1571 LJC.OI8898 IRRIGATION SYSTEMS LANDSCAPE CONTRACTORS P.O. BOX 61801, BOULDER CITY, NV 89006 702-284-1949 • FAX 702-294-1 tW CompMt Lind*emp liMtMn. Oava Sulllna Oararal M^iagar SI. Lie. liOO!7*Si Lie. INS. B.C. BLDU. A RCOFiNQ CAR/nV.'BOAT PORTS CONCRETE WORK iJ<:u4 PATK) COVERS 293-2179 „, ^?p& CARPET CARE CELLULAR 379-0832 ', '4^;.. STEAM EXTfmJION CARPET CLEANING COktUERCIAL • RESIDENTIAL'20i YEARS INBUSINESS BOULDER CITY PLUMBING 293-0300 Service & Repair Specialists jaSi?* Nv.Uc.38792 Consumer Electronic Repair Services We rspair all makes & modeb TVs, VCR's, Camcorders, Storeoe We specialize in Big Screens 1433 N. Boulder Hwy., Hand. S66-3400 or 566-9289 GREEN VALLEY GUSS & MIRRORS GLASS MIRRORS SHOWER DOORS Las Vegas, IHenderson, Boulder City Gall anytime 368-4628 —Fr EsUmata _, FREE ESTIMATES JIFFY TpiM LAWN CARE •Wa Work Whila You Play" Licansad • Inaurad HENDERSON PtV^no GREEN VALLEY ,^Ra 565-1593 BOULDER TREE SERVICE Commercial & Residential Topping Pruning Removal Palm Trees Senior Discount Businsss LicsnM 3-1-96-7255-0 > 20yrs. Expananca Owner: Brian Buhl 702-293^4594 ENTERTAINMENT VOICE • PIANO DRAMA LESSONS CMklran 4 MulMTaiilup. Ogi. f n m* m fmMntHo Riynontf.Cm* Co* Muite^ MM Ula. phoMUMfertpFl. 565-8469 rjY^/#/llitU\\\)(;^Vt^^> • JI lJlLil OVALITY VOCAL PIANO la l"^'"" OR KEYBOARDII! EntcriainmctiL Available for your orKanixatioii or fvnt. Profewltmal singer & Co, Flo RaymondCoral CovMu$lcalArt$ studh. 565-8469 MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS "W6W". DlSCOviRY OF THE CENTURY All Natural Dietary Formula. AT LASTI A Natural Way To; Accelerate Fat Lose, Reduce Sugar Cravings, Curb Hunger & Control Appetite, Relieve Symptoms Of Low Blood Sugar, Attain & Sustain ideal Personal Weight No Drugs NgkPJU^llftPain <^B in^Costrj Jjft'BmwjJftl^nfo Send P&T Enterprises, 225 Carson Way, Henderson, NV 89015 DISTRIBUTORS NEEDED • • ^ • ^^:^^ : • H:some people will do anjfthing to get into the classified section • ••* • .fj^ of our newspaper :^: •A '^. HOMENEWS ^^^NEWI HBC Publications, Inc. #2 Commerce Center Dt. Henderson, NV. 89014 564-1881 MISCKll AfJEOUS noncTTOUimi *Q.46 ..... EAZ-Aligner tow bar w/ bate^plate for tow car; speedometer disconnects while towino; NEW 1 step • 1 -2stepsKwikee automatk: elect, stepsfor motor homes or trailers; Evertte Organ & bench Model 2022 w/push button cords 40' wide ^j*fayelp^21tl.alu-; minum palmer plank & set of ladder jacks; Chevy 84 Cavalier 4 door, AC, auto, tilt, cruise, loaded good shape (needs motor work) 565-6189. MhSIII ; 15 in. color TV, excellent condition, $50.293-4357. Western Pleasure saddle 16" seat, good shape, new halter, bridle, asking $300, 565-4051. MhciiLANious STORAGE 454Chev. parts, OS ilgate, oil J)ans, alum. manMoM ft eerb. Merc merine sxtiauit. headers, 5-pc tool Dox, nwjch more, 293-4431. MI1S26e Portable dlihWahfr MAKE OFFER, 2030929. Mil5370 ARTHRITIS 8u(fef,live psinjree, HwWtler 20 years now I am iMIhfret. Costlsask>wss$15per mo., not medicine, netural food ft energy supplements. Quarenteed. 664-1646. f^l254 Kenmore Washer & Dryer, $150 ea. 2032339. Mil 5271 VIOLIN beautiful tone, mint cond., w/hard case & bow, new strings, completely adHustad $95. 391-1348. MI15312 Sharp Camcorder $300; blue gray sofa $100; 3 AT&T 2-line telephones, usedl mo. $50 s& 3615914. Mil5325 Porcelain collector dolls, 7, call for details. $300 for all. 558-7776. MMttMsgeforRani 7x10 Off BouMtorHwy. ftAlttol tSSmoflltily 24hr.aBflea 431-4442 VACATION PROPERTY Thns Share unite sr campground memberships. Distress selee— Cheap! Worldwkie selectionc. Cell Vacation NstworfcUSandCanada. 1-800-543-6173. Free rental information 305563-5566. MC15352 SPECIAL EFFECTS V..vATiON RENTALS Brian Head. Condo with view. Sleeps 8, 2 mast., 1 loft br., den, Jacuzzi tub, frpl.. gar. 702-294-2320. FURNITURE Secttonal couch for sale, 2 mo. old 8' X T, 8 pillows $950, call 294-1675 or 294-0959. MCI 5096 Office furniture: exec, desk & credenza, sec. desk, 4 upholster chairs. $500 takes all 7 pcs. Will sell by unit. 294-4300. .CLASSIFIED 4 p.m. Friday forJjesdiyissut, Noon Tutsday (or Pnofinr YARD SALE At Christian Center Preschool 571 Adams Blvd. BC Sat., 7-12 kin CADI V Dionc fVIGTORCYCLES 1993 VIRAGO 11OOCC, low mileage, garaae kept, see at Bikers Dream, 2425 Boulder Hwy. at Dl. Call 434-7200/731-1310. MCI 4582 1993 Harley Davidson XLH, excel, cond., k>w mileage, lots of extras, 293-3829 after 6 p.m. MCI 5100 1982 HONDA GL500 sih/er wing interstate. $1300, 294-1173 after 3 PM. MCI 5242 93 Kawaski X1750 mint cond. w/trailer $4500 OBO, 293-4094. MCI 5246 '88SUZUKI1100Katana 4100 Mi. garage kept, looks & runs gr. bags alarm, helmets, cover, $4400. 566-1448. ACREAGE 2.39 ACRES on "B" Hill in Boulder City, more than $35,000 below appraisal. Oail JenVvCen* tury 21 Realty Assoc., 454-2204 or 367-0990. HEALTH & FITNESS EDUCATION Drag out your sxercise equipment and/or use S our pool to get fK. In ofnejxainingEy a CertiiJajCffiiir k Water Fimess mstmctor. 5641952. MCI 4903 ARTHRITIS PAIN RELIEF. 100% NATURAL EMU OIL The applkntion of EMU Oil aids in the relief of pain by reducing inflammation & svyelling associated with Arthritis, nruscle strain & sore joints. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. 2 oz. bottle $19.95 (includes S&H) M/C, VISA TOLL FREE 1-888-4525292. MCI 5126 Wheelchair else, used less than 1 mo. PI00 Quickle-like new w/ charger & computer, needs battery. $1500 OBO. 558-7776. EDUCATION 48" round beveled glass D.R. table & 4 chairs in apricot & beige, $120. Firm. 269-8216. Lazy boy fumiture or recliner r rockers, good cond., sofa like new, warm colors $350 for all, 293-7131. MCI 5265 CRAFTERS CRAFTERS WANTED for the 2nd annual Country Attic's Old Fashioned Craft Fair. $85/booth, June 27, 28 & 29. Call 1-. 800-442-9850, Cedar City, UT. MCI 5334 BUILDING SUPPLIES STEEL BLDGS.. factory specials. 24x34, 33x45, 48x99, 75x168. Quick del. Save thousands. Must sell by 5/31. Teresa 702-372-5658. Must seH 36x 40 straightwall steel bidg. for bal. due. Serious buyer can save thousands NOW!. Call NED 800-527-4044. Must sell 36 X 40 straightwall steel bIdg. for bal. due. Serious buyer can save thousands NOW! Call NED 800-527-4044. GV Glass & Mirror Co. surplus shower doors min'orS glass mirror doors 368-4628 call anytime. MCI 5023 STEEL BUILDINGS! SM.FJ %.y'§lffKi'ng limHerflo irivenwry m stock. 30'to 100'wide— any length. Most sizes available. Call now for special pricing. 800-7664790. MCI 5348 STEEL BUILDINGS 2% Over fsctoiy^ m'' 1-800-973-3366 STEEL BLDG. Factory Deals Specials, 21 x24 to 120x300 anxious to daal on conaL Call Metro BMra. S Assoc. 702-227-9301 LESSONS Spanisii Lsssons Computer Lessons Call for details 361-1725 EDUCATION Health Care Is The Future Train for TOMORROW! Learn to be a: + Medical Assistant + Advanced Medical Biller f Computerized Medical Billing + Health Claims Examiner Call 259-6263 ^oto restoraik>n. spe1ciisffecti*#9onake your perties & gifts! Call 497-9379 for an appt. TRACTORS ACAOIMY OP MEDICAL CARilRS WE OFFER: • Small Classes • IrKfividualized Attention • Extemship Program • Job Placement Assistance FINANCIAL AID (TotfioaetNtioquiiiNy.) 1243 W. 24lMsldrlM DISMI Irsrtors • inpMMMi GoMProspscton Supply 1680 Boukler Hwy. BC (702)293^672 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES *^^E )l C E L L E N T PROFITS'LOG HOME WHOLESALERS"Join f >roven 18yr. Log Manuacturer. 16 Kiln-dried k>g styles, startina $9800. ExclusNS territory. Mr. Buck 1-800-321-5647, Old-Tinner Log Homes. B015351 THE BRAkE SHOl> FRANCHISES NOW AVAILABLE IN YOUR AREA Already open in 14 states. CXitstanding training & support. Auto repair exp. not necessary. The Brakes Shop named top franchise by Enterpreneur Magazine (1/94). Call today 1-800883-2456. B015345 NOTICE TO READERS: The HBC Publications does not vouch for the legitimacy of items, jobs, or money-nnaking opportunities advertised in this classification. We suggest you carefully evaluate such offers and not send money to these advertisers unless you are certain you know with whom you are dealing and you know all terms and conditions of the offer. BO Housecleaning Service, Est'd 5 yrs, $75K-cross annual inc., $10K w/ terms. 294-1236. Snack bar in localtavern, Mexksan food only. Call Ron 565-9391. CALIFOrtKrtA'^a%%r Phone Card Company experiencing phenomenal growth seeks independent agents for national sales. Call Derek at 1-800-900-4968. CUSTOMER SERVICE. Losing weight3$$$. Ifyou have 5-501bs. to lose, I have a caregr for upUf. Wiirlrain.(^|lyiad#i^ 800-880-6075. B015335 FINANCIAL SERVICES $$CASH!! Immediate $$ forstructuredsettlements and deferred insurance claims. J.G. Wentworth. 1 -800-386-3582. FS15358 NEED CASH? RECEIVING PAYMENTS? Turn Your Annuity, Mortgage, Trust Deed into Immediate Usable CASH. Call Now. Best Prices Nationwide! 1-800-6592274 Ext. 32. FS15359 ABAJILIIONDOLURS. CASH AVAILABLE NOW for Notes, Contracts & Annuities. Free Quotes, Free Information, Great Prices. Meghan Foss (800)275-6197. FS15338 VOHRUXUL It? PAYROLL COMPANY RVCoU. SEXVICBB ficQeneml Ledyr •WVHWMi^iliiMiiU •aoLoiBciiANaM •LMBBMTBOLLC •Miaou ncx or •MuaBncTtfiiaou •vumurttfivaKt • 733-0378-1 GARAGE SAIES Oarage Sale 5/24 & 5/ 2S,Fn.ASatfrom8AM2PM,709WibwAve.in Hd. GS15321 Will pay someone who oarage sales on SAT. EARLY to take me around. HEND. ONLY. 558-7292 Iv. msg. QS16341 May31sl$June1M>5. Baby & cnMen'sdothes, toys $ beds, motoieyde, furniture, plants, much misc. Excel oor>d. VMs Hermoaa MHP, 2050 Magk!Wty.108A117. GS183e4 :>i-R'jONALS "Powerful Novena of ChUdUks Confidence' (This Novena Is to be ssM at the ssms time every hour for Nine consecutivehoure -just one day). WITH6UT 20/20 GLASSES! Safe, rapid, non-surgfcal, permanent restoration in 6-8 weeks. Airline pitot developed. Doctor spproved. Free informBlk>nbymall.(800) 422^7320, d. 222, (406) 961-5570, Fax(406)9615577. JLAriSFACtlON GU/flPlNTEEgv. A SeAUTlPUL SUCCESSFUL WEDDING. Save expense of an outside consultant. Tips f>rofessionals use, oeailed plans. ^Apractksal handbook. Full details $1 (refundable). Wedding Resource Center, P.O. Box 1928-B, Glendale, CA 91209. PEI5356 f^ERSONALS WANTED67PEOPLEto k)ss weight •>• Inches. All Natural, Registered w/ FDA Dr. Recommended! #1 in Europe. Call 303790-7786. PEl 5353 FREE SAMPLE. fwQMtSrttQ nUTM SlataoiealwS MalntalMd 2 yMfs NOtNETNia Est anylMnB you want Ouaranlaad m^iOHOLIQS ANONYMOUS Msala7dysawk.altPM, Rao. Annas bahlnil BouMar Dam CradN Union. ALAWOf-ALATlB< 4IH Thenwe're^ed Place your print ad • 'FREE!. Record a \dce greeting FREE! Retrieve your messages FREE! Can 1-800437-5814 to place your free ad (^ftiUtuia S6tt<^Ced PETS/ANIMALS I LOST & FOUND HELP WANTED l^S^lffil Norat a CAame ^QM\ propartlao ora acctpting ippflcollona tor: Housekeeping Craps Dealers Slot Club Clerk Pdod" Servers Apfly la iwrnui QaMaaaa HOM, JMR, NV. MnwMwi Mai iM, 74 n|. ExoM* iHtMwIi A opportunity. 4aiKpregram. Men*cUln§ CInu* Cktui fnptrttt HAIRSTYUSTftlMANICURIST NEEDED-Exp. preferred. Full service salon. Call 294-8477. Waitress position avail. Flexible hrs., must be dependable. Apply at Two Gals Restaurant, 1632 NV Hwy., BC Position available for prep cook, no exp. necessary. Apply at Two Gals Restaurant, 1632 Nv.Hwy.BC HW15277 Now hiringfor the following positions: Maids, Front Desk Clerk, Cashiers, Dock Hands, Custodians & Divers. Drug test mandatory. Apply in B erson at Lake Mead larina, 322 Lake Shore Rd., BC. EOE. Authorized Concessionaire of the National Park Servfce. HW14877 HAIR STYLIST STATIONS AVAILABLE Professional & pleasant salon. Call 293-4322. .. • if 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'merrao.p.^r^-1. LAS VEGAS VALLEY HUMANE SOCIETY. Beautiful, healthy, kittens, cats, puppies, dogs. Spayed/neutered, tested, shots. PetsMart, Trop-Eastern store only. Wed., Thurs., Fri., Sat., Sun., 11-4. '•^rtS fmi.ypmskFARI IN THE DESERT. Visitors welcome for gukfed tours daily to see lions, bears, tigers, cougars, various pan'ots and hundreds of others. 361 2484. PA15286 Betty Hohn's non profit Animal Adoption Ltd. is accepting unlimited number oi unwantedpets by appointment only. You are welcome to view adoplable pets 7 days a week. Call^rst 361-2484. THERE IS NO GUIDED TOURS OF THE PREMISES AT THIS TIME, OF NATIVE, NON-NATIVE. OR WILD AND EXOTIC ANIMALS. Whtte/Brown/Black'Jack Russel Terrier" lost near Greenway/Mission on Fri., 5/10 has collar with the name "Lucky." Call 558-7378. LF15188 DOMESTIC HELP Infant care, 6 wks.-2 yrs. FT only, DJ's Day Care 566-4070. DH15231 Lovina mother of 1 will provide top care for your child, hot meals+snacks, my home. 898-3206. DH12839 — : —3— x—r-^ —1— gas, with new fri Opening for 2, 1-5, slip" 'DIV lunch, snacks. Pis ply call 565-7412 DH15101 FREETOGOODHOMENeutered house cat, never been outskje, all white Wblackthroughout, short haired, 3 yrs. old, has all shots. 566-0250. PA15365 PIT BULL Terrier puppies for sale, 6 wks. old. Call 566-6774 or 2687698. PA15379 WILL DO SHOPPING, RUN ERRANDS, HOUSEKEEPING. REASONABLE RATES, 564-6199, JAN. DH15087 Lady to be companion for elderly lady. Would like cooking a housekeeping. 5 days/wk., Sat. &Sun. off, live in or part time. Refs required. Must have own car. Call after 1 p.m., 564-8099. DH15122 Will provide care & summer activKies for your child in my home M-F, 6 AM-6 PM, 566-4982. Drivers/Baggage, no CDL required, part time positions available. Minimum age 25 wKh a clear drh^ing record, Nevada Class-3 Ibense, must be available Sundays and Thursday. (Helpers Part time position, must be minimum 18 yrs. old.) Call 434-6128. Applications accepted 8 am-4 pm. HELP WANTED-Men/ Women earn $480 weekly assembling circuit boards/electronic components at home. Experience unnecessary, will train. Immediate openings your local area. Call 1-520-680-7891 Ext. 1864D. HW15322 $$CASiNO JOBS$$ Now hiring 17,0005O00O/yiiMcasinos &. riverboats. No exp. necessary. For immediate hiring info 407-338-6100 ext.NV101$,6AM-6PM, 7 days. HW14465 Dental Hygienist for up scale friendly family practice. Inrvned. opening for FT/PT 4 day work IRONING TO PERFECTION $1.00 A PIECE CALL SELMA 565-1507 LIVE-IN NANNY AVAILABLE Experience in Child Care, Preschool Teacher, & 4 yrs. college. Looking to permanently relocate. Midland Nanny. Licensed Agency, 8 yrs. 319-2320026. PHI 5310 BABYSITTING-My Henderson Home. Greenway & Horizon area. Mon.-Fri. from 7 anvS prri. Infants to 4yrs., 1 opening. 564-8161. CHILD CARE Loving mother wouM Kke to care for your chik) in my BC home, fenced yard, k>ts of activities, breakfast lunch and snack^ Great ref. CaH 204-2631 CLA$SiFIED AD reewav C. Pis. call for inten/iew 293-1437. HW15269 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 would like to know more about this tremendous opportunity pis. call 5646875. HW14952 QUALIFIED AUTO PARTS COUNTER PERSON Full time, exper. preferred. Apply in person: The Parts House, 709 Juniper Way, BC HW15273 Parts Driver, apply in person Mon.-Fri. at PKkarts Auto Parts, 31 E. Basic Rd.. Hend. Nke clean office looking for someone to clean it. Easy work, must have refs & exp. Pis. call Linda, 293-3900. HW15205 WANIt OFFICE CLERK-Full time In a small but busy ofiksa.Diversifisd duties, able to Interect wall In person and on phone. $5 t ir hour during training, end resumi to: Small Business, PO Box 92271, Henderson, NV 890092271. HW16373 Female needed to share a honw in Boulder City with retirement aged fenrale. Duties will mclude sharing very light house: keeping, ccokirio, drivi|^ to shopping and restaurants in provided car, and companionship. Room and board, and salary DOE, for six days per week, Sundaya off. Referencee required. 2933958. HW14280 CARRIERS needed, professional only need apply with reKable transportation, ^ply in person at: Henoerson Home News, 2 Commerce Center, Henderson. HW14368 MANICURIST NEEDED Exp. preferred. Full ssrvice salon. Call 2948477. HW14376 3 offKS desks, 2 w/returns & chairs, $100 • • $125 ea., mauve queen sleeper sofa $150, veiy large plant $100, 2759144 or 293-4723. HW15016 HAIR STYLIST STATIONS AVAILABLE Professional 8i pleasant salon. Call 293-4322. *•*• • *•**•*•* GOLD STRIKE INN • a CASINO • NOWHIRINQ: * SMUfttyQuwai • • # EngkMara it ^ HMtMi/CarttarWSS.SO kr.^, I Kofw Runnofs ^ Poftara BusPmofw" C Mi n o Ca O wMmt w HoMMVMpsfs. Snc COOKS a w If • WMHMMrS It jL PMt4nw 0lN chop ptfson jf Apply hi ponon M CaMoraCag* ^ NMvHooMrDMl ************* MOTHERS AND OTHERS. Work at home around your kids. $500$1,500 month part-time, $2.000-$4,000 month full-time. Full Training. Paid Vacations. Call Valentine (702) 5982958.24 hour nrwssage. HW15350 EDITOR to write, paginate, oversee weekly Lake Tahoe entertainment guide. Reply to Nk:k Baptists. North Lake Tanoe Bonanza, Box 7820, incline Village, NV 89452. HW15349 AREA Supervisor needed for demonstrating Christmas decor, f)ins, toys. Female preerred. Car required. PT/ FT, Christmas Around the World, Home party Plan Cprnpany, (800^ 4iW-i082 extf 2639,v (702) 428-1832. Ideal situation for someone to eam extra money. Looking for someone to do linen laundry. Must have refs. Pis. call Linda, 293-3900. HW15204 Exp. & friendly cook for busy sm. cafe-oppor. to buy business for right parson, 681-3128or 293243a HW15221 Clerical positbn 20-30 hr. weekly MUST WORK WEEKENDS phone data entry. Apply in person 2500 Utah St., BC. Position avail, immediately. WAITRESSES a DELIVERY DRIVERS for Villa Pizza 565-8844 Avon IMAMMIMVOW Taa^rorMl 293-0110 DRIVERS AND LABORERS 60 Needed Ddly/WeeMy Pay Appty LABOR EXPRESS ae E. Baaie Rd. GHTHE ARJMY EDGE. When soldiers leave the Army, they do so with advantages that can help them achieve success when seelting civilian employmenL Employers have found that Army-trained people have what they are looking for-pride, enthusiasm, dependability and self-discipline. For more details, call your local Army Recruiter today. 566-6766 Aim NAUVOOCANIt: HELP WANTEL> EARN !'• OR GIFTS! New hostess snd dssler progrsm for 1996! Friendly Toys arKi Gifts today for a free kifornutk>n and catatog peoksl— 1-800-488-4875. ••••••••• *^^^ HOTEL* *yiy MAIDS* PORTERS. Api^ at Hotel • < FrdfftDesk. • if Railroad Paaa if .^ Hotel ft Casino,.^ 2800 S. Bouldsr ^ Hwy. HND. 2. EOE. ••••••••• VETERINARY ASSISTANT, part time positk>n open. Duties include receptk)nist, technical and kennel work. Must be 18 years. For more information call 204-0001. HW15272 HAIRSTYUSTAMANICURIST NEEDED-Exp. preferred. Full sen/k:e salon, Call 294-8477. HW15276 Hairdresser leave mes-i sage. Call 594-9972. HW14594 ASST. MANAGER for Convenience Store w/ exper., 565-2669. HW14993 CASHIER/STOCKER any shift, full and part time. Apply between 9 am and 5pm, M-F at 721 E. Lake Mead Dr., Hend. HW14992 NEEDED: 42 people to lose 5-50 lbs. by Summer. #1 in Europe. Free shipping. Call Tracy: 702390-0570. HW1S181 DELIVERY DRIVER NEEDED. Make up to $10/hr. Apply in person, 87 E. LAKE MEAD DR. Apply between 1 pm-5 pm. MUST HAVE 6WN TRANSPORTAIION. HW15192 COOK FOR PRESCHOOL. Flexible hrs. Benefits incl. BCBS Insurance, 401K & paid time off. GV area. Call 897-1544. HW1S194 Work from your home. Avon. Independent sales rep. 1-800-236-6127. HW15214 GREAT HARVEST BREAD CO. Looking for energetic, outgoing, tallcative, spunky & fun loving people. Apply in person at 4650 E. Sunset in the Sunset Mountain Vista Plaza. HW15234 NATIONAL PARKS HIRING—Positions are now available at National Pari(s, Forests 8i Wildlife Preserves. Benefits -f bonuses! For employnwit directory, call (206) 8p<36e2 ext. f^89777. fwi5940 ^ • • ; • > Waitress flexible hrs. for sm. deli. Contact Chuck 558-3300 ext. 117. Great job, excel, pay. Make gr. money & feel good about what you're doing.WorkforaCo.that cares about its community. FT or PT. Must have good phone vok:e. 5663230 from 10 AM-4 PM, M-F. HW14091 NIGHT AUDITOR. Echo Bay Resort (k)cated on Lake Mead NRA, Overton, NV 89040) Is now taking applcslione for Night Auditor. Accounting bsckground preferred. Will Trsin. Send resume to Echo Bay Resort, Overton, NV 89040. Fax 1-702-3044182. Call 702-3044066. Low cost housino & utilties avail. ExceT benefits. Bus svc to Overton/Logandale scheolB aval. Prs-empkaymsnt drug test required. An euthorized concessionaire of the NPS.EOE. HW1S1W Spring Cleaning ? Cjri l Adlen Cteening Seivloe, 29S-1430. PS14107 •••*•• QUALIFIED AUTO PARTS (X)UNTER PERSON FuN lima, expar. pratanwd. Apply In paraon: The Parts Houae, 709 Juniper Way, BC ••*••* * * Wanted & Needed-Forward thinking, creative, energetk: off be manager; experienced in basic computer skills general accounting, phone sales. Call for appt. 293-1860. HW14616 MPWANIEf) ]l HtLP WANTED I HELP WANTED Experience PT sen/ers for niohts, PT busers, exp. Mexican cooks, Dishwashers & Bartenders. Apply in person at Red Pepper Restaurant, ISO Ville Dr., BC. HW14888 PT MAID Needed. Apply Flamingo Inn Motel, BC. HW15343 SPORTS WRITERTwice weekly newspaper seeks sports writer to cover prep athletics and community recreation leaoues. Must k>ve sports ana be able to report accurately and energetically on all sports. Send letter, resumi end cipe to Henderson Home News, P.O. Box 90430, Henderson, NV 89009. Deadline, May 24. HW1S347 LieeNsec) UPI i HEALTH AGENT NEEDED. Quality products, high oemrfMsions wkh atsl Cs 8 AirHne Employinefil 8ervicee. 1-208-871 •8882 eal L88771. HWtSBa IV^^^Strong design^>roductk)n person needed for (figltsi dept.MACorienled.Must know Photoshop, Kustrstor & Quark. IBM knowledge s+. Experienced only. Salary DOE. Strong cMor portfolio required. Call Mllo. 7321878. HWl 437e Bob'aAIJPamiJyRestaurant now hiring FT exp. cook. Exp. In both breskfsst & dinner. No phone cells. /Vpply in ^rson, 761 Nevada, HWy. BC >IW146rir Mothers Dreamt Stay home, lose weight, feel ? reat, make money! Call -800-818-5475. HW13221 Otmrnlwrnkmn, AVON (7t2)2n4in Call Today! SECURITY GUARD PT Security Guerd Must have experience. Pis. call 433-7706 RESUMES AMlMitoMiy Oon* Ktmmwtif Prtcad BCrS BUSINESS SCRVICCS OpMilMylle* I48t Clara4e (M Aih) B.C. 293-5361 R.E. SALES FREE SEMINAR Coma Join tha f1 Canlury 21 offlca in Itia SW a Laa Vagaa. Wa ara aaaking qualirUd candldalas to bagln a now caraar. For tha baal ona-on-ona training and aupport. East and Waat onicaa, call Joa, 43S-S300, Canlury 21 MonayWortd. MAINTENANCE COUPLE Semi ratirad couple to do PT maintenance. Muat have axparianca. Pla. call 433-7706 TRAVEL PEOPLE GOING PLACES ThaTa what CSAA la all about So if you're looking to move, now ia llie Sme, andCSAAIalhaplaoel Travel Agents HENDERSON We eurrantiy have a full time position available for anindhrUualwithatJaast lyaak* Jf^owrarit leisure Jravel agency axperianca, and Apollo or other air raeervations systems axperianca. At AAA, you'll anjoy an axeellant aalary and banaflta package, along with tha atabillty wa'va earned by providing traval-raiatad aarvicea to our memlMra ainco 1907. To apply can Sue Muelo at 702/458-5994 x 241, or F/0( your raaume to har at70S/45S-3711.Wealrivo to equally employ populaliona aa dhrerae ae the oustomara wa aorve. CSAA TEACHER WANTED PART-TIME / Kindergarten / Elementary or / ChiM Devek>pment IMWyMiiMi 41M OAK.V a WEEKLY PAY iTar CtEMCAL WAREHOUSta OONSTNUCnON M^^Ry Bi paiaOTif 5aN*n,Man.-ffl mWHtora,! — un — SENSATIONS aV.CtfesooMnfMI time eapepentry efl In peieon M W F, 8antoll SHI,^4pal, 48881. SunsslfllO 81 ASsnsen. Looking for fun, edive PRESCHOOL TEACHERS to wori( with children ages 2-12. We provMe a preschool prograiTi ak>ng wHh an after school program. Also k)okingfor people w/flexible hrs. to substitute within our classrooms. Our learninig center provides a wide variety of educational learning materiala. Benefits included. Contact 565-0007/456-7008. College students w/flexbtt hrs. also Welcome. HW14486 WENDY'S NOWHinma OAY/MQHT CASMERS 4450 E. SUNSET (NEAR ETHEL MS) 1131 W. SUNSET, (ACROSS FROM THE QALLERIA) 400 S. BOULDER HWY. SHIFT MANAQERS WITH U YRS. MQHT. EXP. ALSO NEEDED. CITY OF BOULDER CITY ANNOUNCES EXAMINATION FOR UTILITY BILLING AND COLLECTION SUPERVISOR. FILING DEADLINE: Wednesday, May 29,1996, no later than 4 p.m. Annual starting salary $34,085.38 witn excellent benef Ks. The City of Boulder City is currently recruiting for the position of Utility Billing and Collection Supervisor. The purpose of this recruitment is to establish an eligibility list for Utility Billing and Collection Supervisor. Duties may include, but are not limited to the following: ESSENTIAL FUNCTfoNS: Supervises account cleri(s in the LItility Billing and Collection Offk:e in their various job tasks, including cashiering activities. Supervises meter readers. Supen/ises the Business and Liauor Licensing function. Knowledge of all ordinances, regulations, and City poTicies relating to Business Licensing as well as electric, water, sewer and refuse billing and collection procedures. Prior computer experience necessary, PC software Icnowledge of Word for Windows and Excel for Windows preferable. Finalist for this position will be subject to a thorough background investigation. Condition of hire requires all employees to pass a medical examination including a drug screen. TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE: Equivalent to an Associate's Degree in Business Administration froman acflflUJited^Hnior CCHrae oTCbmrnunity cofle?'^ and three (3) years progressively responsible supervisory experience. EXAMINATION PROCEDURES: Written examination will be held on Monday, June 3, 1996, at 9:00 a.m. in the City of Boulder City Council Chambers. The Oral inten/iews will be administered only to those candidates who eam at least a minimum score of 70% on the written examination. Oral board interviews will be held on Wednesday, June 5,1996 and if neceasary, Thursday, June 6,1996, beginning at 8:30 a.m. Application forms and draft job description may be obtained between 7:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Thursday from the Personnel Offk;e, 401 California Avenue, Boulder City, Nevada, holidays excepted. Telephone (702) 293-9202. Completed applications must DO received in the Personnel Office no later than 4:00 p.m., Wednesday, May 29, 1996. Those applkrants meeting the requirements will be invited to continue in tt>e examinatk>n process. Non-residents of Clark County may request appNcatk)ns by sending a self-addressed stamped envelope to the City of Boukler City, P.O. Box 61350, Boulder City, NV 89006-1350. Attention: Utility Billing and Collection Supennsor /Application. Post mari(ed or fax copies wHI not be acceoled. Appiicationa recearsd efler the deedlhe dale wW be ratoded. If you wieh to identify yourseW as an IndMdual wflh a dtoability and wW be requesting eccommodelhMi, that request must be ntade to the Personnet Office no later thenthafWngdoadBwof this snnouncement. LATE ARRIVALS TO EXAMINATIONS WILL NOT BE ADMITTED. PROPER IDENTIFICATiONS IS REQUIRED AT TESTING, AN amALOPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. HW1810S COIN ROOM ATTENCLERK All shifts. Must be 21 yrs. Cashier/Stockroom. Mighty Mart Convenience Store located in Green Valley. 433-4343. HW14723 HOUSEKEEPER NEEDED Part time. Please apply: Nevada Inn Motel, Boulder City. HW14875 DISHWASHERS & LINECOOKS. Apply Reaiaurant Cashier. l^iffSed PasslRbtef ft Casino, 2800 S. Boulder HMry., HND. EOE. Driving poeHion evaN., morning hrs. t7.tO/hr. Bakers position svsiL. evening hrs. Csl Brian 566-5001/431-8249. $300-1900 weeKLVi Full/part time processing U.S. Govemmeni FHA Mortgage Refunds from home. No experience (504) 429-9230 7 deys Ext. 389 6 0 20. LAvTERFORCEWeRT JOBS f40 EXP. NECESSARY Now Hiring. U.8. C u i ices IMMEDIATE OPENINGS! NEVER A FEE Receptionist, Word Processing, Data Entry Oper. & Mor. 898-1956 .3510 E. Tropicana, K at Pecoa I A IDC Part-Time, Flexible Hoursi Individuals tv to conduct phone follow-up with gradualee and friende of dietlngulehed Institutions. We've been in business for 21-years plual Friendly, professional environmenL $7/hr. Contact 565-9038. liiao ••••••••••••^••••*•*••** SECURITY OFFICERS it Needed for greater Henderson, GV aree,* FULL TIME and PART TIME, flexible houra.* Must have dependable traneportation 8^ phone. Call ALUED SECURH^, 795-3317 Monday-Friday, 8:30-4:30 pm, 1615 E.* Tropicana Ave.,SuHe 395. EOE/M-F/H-V. ^ 15279* ••***••*•••••••••••• • *** //i JEASTRiPGETem psL is Recruiting for the following posHbns CLERICAL GENERAL •n*cep(ionM •Data Entry •Accounting Citfli •Genwal Secretarial •Caahier UptoSreopMhour •Conalructlon ClawHip •Convention Work •WtrahouH Job* •Production •LVH Indwiriil Vplot7.aoprlMur NEVER A FEE Call 566-9662 ror an appoinlmani today! 320 S. Boulder Hwy., Sta. 102, Handaraon, NV NEVFP SECURITY OFFICERS-UNARMED (5.25 HR. to aUrt. HENOERSON aV. areas. Fu8 8 Part-Tima. Waakdaya k Weekends. MUST HAVE WORKING PHONE 8 TRAN8P0fTAT10fi Waasi apply in paraon MON.-THURS., 10a-3p. EOE CWIB SECURITY, 3305 Spring Mtn. Rd, Sts. St. MWMm DIETARY PERSONNEL NEEDED Cooki/prap. cooka/dlshwathaiMMary aid. Vartoua poaHlona avallabi*. For Inlormallon partaMng to ttwaa poattiona plaaaa Inqulra at: Henderson Convaleecent Hospital [180EvW^*?'** ^ -^3^,^ /Ms8afe^li\w i7i*" /? !f*fr*^' HOUSEKEEPING New Salary Rates Full Time position avail, for a dedicated team player. If interested pis. apply in person at: Boulder City Care Center, 601 Adams Blvd., Boulder City j99Bi APT. RENTALS 2 bd., 1 ba. $485/mo. $200 dep., 293-2746. APARTMENTS AS LOW AS $275 a Month furnished 564-6952 ,. APT. RENTALS Teddy's Kitchenettee, Just bring your toothbrush. Everything furnished. PH. 293-1718. BC FOR RENT: Kitchenettes, $6S/wk. UtiHlioa pd. SHADY REST MOTEL. 565-7688. AR9597 STUDIO, uptown BC area NO PETS, $390^rt. util. pd. Cal 204-025e. CASA DE ALICIA AND M&M II APT We're not giving away the kitchen sinic WE DON'T HAVE TO. Let our featuree A professnal staff speak for thenmelves. 1,2&3bdrm.from$550. Pools, picrac areas. Wak in d oaels. 293-1615 ATLANTIC CITY APARTMENTS Claan, Quality 1-1-4 Bwlroom Apartments In He n derson • Central Air A Rest • Appi a nc — • Bllnde • Carpala'IMslar PiM • Wesher^Dryer AvaliMa Apartmenta ara 1420 A up par achoola, parfc A alwppiny. 565-7028 WKL \j>

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Wl^H^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^WfBWmiHPiW "W^ 1 Tuesday, May 21,1996 Handerson Home Newt Pegt IS iQe 14 Henderson Home News Tuesday, May 21,1996 RV,v.tS PROFESSIONAi SERVICES • *>>r' PROFESSIONAL SERVICES tSp. AIYeurLavm Car* NMdal Inol., naw lawna, •prtnktan, ranovaHon, etaariMp and piunlng. NCHAa'S LAWN CARE 4S3-8252 LICENSE HANDY MAN -m Complete home repairs or peger 59-7474. 4 Lines ^6^ E&MOORE CLEARLY WINDOW CLEANING Reasonable Ra^s JeffKincaid 294-1114 Hmtiptam 222-6926 14302 HOWARD HELDERLEIN CONSTRUCTION Cammw^l • Rraklentlal • Rcmodeb^, Ucense #021013 565-0874 JUSL PROFESSIONAL SERVICES CARPET REPAIR & RESTRETCH 293-2122 ptHOP BILL FULL STEAM AHEAD Professional Carpet and Upholitery Qeaning 596-6300 436-28B3 Trucl( Mounted • Steam Extraction ^ ''^'!iiiS!*''-i \ • aVDE Estimator UCENSED • BONDED • INSURED LICENSE #38186 • DnBaoR/EXRUoR nuHnm •LAME Ml SMAU JOBS • DRnwuiRmun •STUCOOUPAIE FNBBESnMXnS CAUi 191-7417 0&49(^7S owner Masonry. Carpentry Repairs. Patios, Planters, etc. 294-1622 GENE'S CARPET CLEANING and WINDOW CLEANING Re. t Comm. 564-8055 Harry's Quality Painting 15 Years in Boulder City Interior/Exterior Residential/Commercial Acoustical Ceiling • Repair • Text Drywall Taping • Texturing • Wallpapering r' ^^ 293-1523 Free Eatlmate* Lie • Bonded • Insured „^„ NELSON'S COMPLETE HOME REPAIR Ail Repairs From A-Z & ceramic tile woric NO JOB TOO SMALL-FREE ESTIiMATES 565-3418 Lie. 18000; BEEPER 268-5776 ,4739 EACLE PRMTINC Business Forms Flyers • Brochures Tickets • Pads Newsletters Give us a Call! 101 Atlantic 566-5172 FAX: 566-5171 J • €' • m • a !i ) (XliBSIFIEDAD DDLIS 5 p.m. Friday for Henderson Tuesday issue eMRWn Thuii Boulder City and Green Valley issues BOULDER CONCRETE WANTS TO MEET VOUR CONCRETE NEEDS FOR FREE ESTIMATES AND QUALITY WORKMANSHIP CALL MICK CASEY Boulder City 293-1571 LJC.OI8898 IRRIGATION SYSTEMS LANDSCAPE CONTRACTORS P.O. BOX 61801, BOULDER CITY, NV 89006 702-284-1949 • FAX 702-294-1 tW CompMt Lind*emp liMtMn. Oava Sulllna Oararal M^iagar SI. Lie. liOO!7*Si Lie. INS. B.C. BLDU. A RCOFiNQ CAR/nV.'BOAT PORTS CONCRETE WORK iJ<:u4 PATK) COVERS 293-2179 „, ^?p& CARPET CARE CELLULAR 379-0832 ', '4^;.. STEAM EXTfmJION CARPET CLEANING COktUERCIAL • RESIDENTIAL'20i YEARS INBUSINESS BOULDER CITY PLUMBING 293-0300 Service & Repair Specialists jaSi?* Nv.Uc.38792 Consumer Electronic Repair Services We rspair all makes & modeb TVs, VCR's, Camcorders, Storeoe We specialize in Big Screens 1433 N. Boulder Hwy., Hand. S66-3400 or 566-9289 GREEN VALLEY GUSS & MIRRORS GLASS MIRRORS SHOWER DOORS Las Vegas, IHenderson, Boulder City Gall anytime 368-4628 —Fr EsUmata _, FREE ESTIMATES JIFFY TpiM LAWN CARE •Wa Work Whila You Play" Licansad • Inaurad HENDERSON PtV^no GREEN VALLEY ,^Ra 565-1593 BOULDER TREE SERVICE Commercial & Residential Topping Pruning Removal Palm Trees Senior Discount Businsss LicsnM 3-1-96-7255-0 > 20yrs. Expananca Owner: Brian Buhl 702-293^4594 ENTERTAINMENT VOICE • PIANO DRAMA LESSONS CMklran 4 MulMTaiilup. Ogi. f n m* m fmMntHo Riynontf.Cm* Co* Muite^ MM Ula. phoMUMfertpFl. 565-8469 rjY^/#/llitU\\\)(;^Vt^^> • JI lJlLil OVALITY VOCAL PIANO la l"^'"" OR KEYBOARDII! EntcriainmctiL Available for your orKanixatioii or fvnt. Profewltmal singer & Co, Flo RaymondCoral CovMu$lcalArt$ studh. 565-8469 MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS "W6W". DlSCOviRY OF THE CENTURY All Natural Dietary Formula. AT LASTI A Natural Way To; Accelerate Fat Lose, Reduce Sugar Cravings, Curb Hunger & Control Appetite, Relieve Symptoms Of Low Blood Sugar, Attain & Sustain ideal Personal Weight No Drugs NgkPJU^llftPain <^B in^Costrj Jjft'BmwjJftl^nfo Send P&T Enterprises, 225 Carson Way, Henderson, NV 89015 DISTRIBUTORS NEEDED • • ^ • ^^:^^ : • H:some people will do anjfthing to get into the classified section • ••* • .fj^ of our newspaper :^: •A '^. HOMENEWS ^^^NEWI HBC Publications, Inc. #2 Commerce Center Dt. Henderson, NV. 89014 564-1881 MISCKll AfJEOUS noncTTOUimi *Q.46 ..... EAZ-Aligner tow bar w/ bate^plate for tow car; speedometer disconnects while towino; NEW 1 step • 1 -2stepsKwikee automatk: elect, stepsfor motor homes or trailers; Evertte Organ & bench Model 2022 w/push button cords 40' wide ^j*fayelp^21tl.alu-; minum palmer plank & set of ladder jacks; Chevy 84 Cavalier 4 door, AC, auto, tilt, cruise, loaded good shape (needs motor work) 565-6189. MhSIII ; 15 in. color TV, excellent condition, $50.293-4357. Western Pleasure saddle 16" seat, good shape, new halter, bridle, asking $300, 565-4051. MhciiLANious STORAGE 454Chev. parts, OS ilgate, oil J)ans, alum. manMoM ft eerb. Merc merine sxtiauit. headers, 5-pc tool Dox, nwjch more, 293-4431. MI1S26e Portable dlihWahfr MAKE OFFER, 2030929. Mil5370 ARTHRITIS 8u(fef,live psinjree, HwWtler 20 years now I am iMIhfret. Costlsask>wss$15per mo., not medicine, netural food ft energy supplements. Quarenteed. 664-1646. f^l254 Kenmore Washer & Dryer, $150 ea. 2032339. Mil 5271 VIOLIN beautiful tone, mint cond., w/hard case & bow, new strings, completely adHustad $95. 391-1348. MI15312 Sharp Camcorder $300; blue gray sofa $100; 3 AT&T 2-line telephones, usedl mo. $50 s& 3615914. Mil5325 Porcelain collector dolls, 7, call for details. $300 for all. 558-7776. MMttMsgeforRani 7x10 Off BouMtorHwy. ftAlttol tSSmoflltily 24hr.aBflea 431-4442 VACATION PROPERTY Thns Share unite sr campground memberships. Distress selee— Cheap! Worldwkie selectionc. Cell Vacation NstworfcUSandCanada. 1-800-543-6173. Free rental information 305563-5566. MC15352 SPECIAL EFFECTS V..vATiON RENTALS Brian Head. Condo with view. Sleeps 8, 2 mast., 1 loft br., den, Jacuzzi tub, frpl.. gar. 702-294-2320. FURNITURE Secttonal couch for sale, 2 mo. old 8' X T, 8 pillows $950, call 294-1675 or 294-0959. MCI 5096 Office furniture: exec, desk & credenza, sec. desk, 4 upholster chairs. $500 takes all 7 pcs. Will sell by unit. 294-4300. .CLASSIFIED 4 p.m. Friday forJjesdiyissut, Noon Tutsday (or Pnofinr YARD SALE At Christian Center Preschool 571 Adams Blvd. BC Sat., 7-12 kin CADI V Dionc fVIGTORCYCLES 1993 VIRAGO 11OOCC, low mileage, garaae kept, see at Bikers Dream, 2425 Boulder Hwy. at Dl. Call 434-7200/731-1310. MCI 4582 1993 Harley Davidson XLH, excel, cond., k>w mileage, lots of extras, 293-3829 after 6 p.m. MCI 5100 1982 HONDA GL500 sih/er wing interstate. $1300, 294-1173 after 3 PM. MCI 5242 93 Kawaski X1750 mint cond. w/trailer $4500 OBO, 293-4094. MCI 5246 '88SUZUKI1100Katana 4100 Mi. garage kept, looks & runs gr. bags alarm, helmets, cover, $4400. 566-1448. ACREAGE 2.39 ACRES on "B" Hill in Boulder City, more than $35,000 below appraisal. Oail JenVvCen* tury 21 Realty Assoc., 454-2204 or 367-0990. HEALTH & FITNESS EDUCATION Drag out your sxercise equipment and/or use S our pool to get fK. In ofnejxainingEy a CertiiJajCffiiir k Water Fimess mstmctor. 5641952. MCI 4903 ARTHRITIS PAIN RELIEF. 100% NATURAL EMU OIL The applkntion of EMU Oil aids in the relief of pain by reducing inflammation & svyelling associated with Arthritis, nruscle strain & sore joints. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. 2 oz. bottle $19.95 (includes S&H) M/C, VISA TOLL FREE 1-888-4525292. MCI 5126 Wheelchair else, used less than 1 mo. PI00 Quickle-like new w/ charger & computer, needs battery. $1500 OBO. 558-7776. EDUCATION 48" round beveled glass D.R. table & 4 chairs in apricot & beige, $120. Firm. 269-8216. Lazy boy fumiture or recliner r rockers, good cond., sofa like new, warm colors $350 for all, 293-7131. MCI 5265 CRAFTERS CRAFTERS WANTED for the 2nd annual Country Attic's Old Fashioned Craft Fair. $85/booth, June 27, 28 & 29. Call 1-. 800-442-9850, Cedar City, UT. MCI 5334 BUILDING SUPPLIES STEEL BLDGS.. factory specials. 24x34, 33x45, 48x99, 75x168. Quick del. Save thousands. Must sell by 5/31. Teresa 702-372-5658. Must seH 36x 40 straightwall steel bidg. for bal. due. Serious buyer can save thousands NOW!. Call NED 800-527-4044. Must sell 36 X 40 straightwall steel bIdg. for bal. due. Serious buyer can save thousands NOW! Call NED 800-527-4044. GV Glass & Mirror Co. surplus shower doors min'orS glass mirror doors 368-4628 call anytime. MCI 5023 STEEL BUILDINGS! SM.FJ %.y'§lffKi'ng limHerflo irivenwry m stock. 30'to 100'wide— any length. Most sizes available. Call now for special pricing. 800-7664790. MCI 5348 STEEL BUILDINGS 2% Over fsctoiy^ m'' 1-800-973-3366 STEEL BLDG. Factory Deals Specials, 21 x24 to 120x300 anxious to daal on conaL Call Metro BMra. S Assoc. 702-227-9301 LESSONS Spanisii Lsssons Computer Lessons Call for details 361-1725 EDUCATION Health Care Is The Future Train for TOMORROW! Learn to be a: + Medical Assistant + Advanced Medical Biller f Computerized Medical Billing + Health Claims Examiner Call 259-6263 ^oto restoraik>n. spe1ciisffecti*#9onake your perties & gifts! Call 497-9379 for an appt. TRACTORS ACAOIMY OP MEDICAL CARilRS WE OFFER: • Small Classes • IrKfividualized Attention • Extemship Program • Job Placement Assistance FINANCIAL AID (TotfioaetNtioquiiiNy.) 1243 W. 24lMsldrlM DISMI Irsrtors • inpMMMi GoMProspscton Supply 1680 Boukler Hwy. BC (702)293^672 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES *^^E )l C E L L E N T PROFITS'LOG HOME WHOLESALERS"Join f >roven 18yr. Log Manuacturer. 16 Kiln-dried k>g styles, startina $9800. ExclusNS territory. Mr. Buck 1-800-321-5647, Old-Tinner Log Homes. B015351 THE BRAkE SHOl> FRANCHISES NOW AVAILABLE IN YOUR AREA Already open in 14 states. CXitstanding training & support. Auto repair exp. not necessary. The Brakes Shop named top franchise by Enterpreneur Magazine (1/94). Call today 1-800883-2456. B015345 NOTICE TO READERS: The HBC Publications does not vouch for the legitimacy of items, jobs, or money-nnaking opportunities advertised in this classification. We suggest you carefully evaluate such offers and not send money to these advertisers unless you are certain you know with whom you are dealing and you know all terms and conditions of the offer. BO Housecleaning Service, Est'd 5 yrs, $75K-cross annual inc., $10K w/ terms. 294-1236. Snack bar in localtavern, Mexksan food only. Call Ron 565-9391. CALIFOrtKrtA'^a%%r Phone Card Company experiencing phenomenal growth seeks independent agents for national sales. Call Derek at 1-800-900-4968. CUSTOMER SERVICE. Losing weight3$$$. Ifyou have 5-501bs. to lose, I have a caregr for upUf. Wiirlrain.(^|lyiad#i^ 800-880-6075. B015335 FINANCIAL SERVICES $$CASH!! Immediate $$ forstructuredsettlements and deferred insurance claims. J.G. Wentworth. 1 -800-386-3582. FS15358 NEED CASH? RECEIVING PAYMENTS? Turn Your Annuity, Mortgage, Trust Deed into Immediate Usable CASH. Call Now. Best Prices Nationwide! 1-800-6592274 Ext. 32. FS15359 ABAJILIIONDOLURS. CASH AVAILABLE NOW for Notes, Contracts & Annuities. Free Quotes, Free Information, Great Prices. Meghan Foss (800)275-6197. FS15338 VOHRUXUL It? PAYROLL COMPANY RVCoU. SEXVICBB ficQeneml Ledyr •WVHWMi^iliiMiiU •aoLoiBciiANaM •LMBBMTBOLLC •Miaou ncx or •MuaBncTtfiiaou •vumurttfivaKt • 733-0378-1 GARAGE SAIES Oarage Sale 5/24 & 5/ 2S,Fn.ASatfrom8AM2PM,709WibwAve.in Hd. GS15321 Will pay someone who oarage sales on SAT. EARLY to take me around. HEND. ONLY. 558-7292 Iv. msg. QS16341 May31sl$June1M>5. Baby & cnMen'sdothes, toys $ beds, motoieyde, furniture, plants, much misc. Excel oor>d. VMs Hermoaa MHP, 2050 Magk!Wty.108A117. GS183e4 :>i-R'jONALS "Powerful Novena of ChUdUks Confidence' (This Novena Is to be ssM at the ssms time every hour for Nine consecutivehoure -just one day). WITH6UT 20/20 GLASSES! Safe, rapid, non-surgfcal, permanent restoration in 6-8 weeks. Airline pitot developed. Doctor spproved. Free informBlk>nbymall.(800) 422^7320, d. 222, (406) 961-5570, Fax(406)9615577. JLAriSFACtlON GU/flPlNTEEgv. A SeAUTlPUL SUCCESSFUL WEDDING. Save expense of an outside consultant. Tips f>rofessionals use, oeailed plans. ^Apractksal handbook. Full details $1 (refundable). Wedding Resource Center, P.O. Box 1928-B, Glendale, CA 91209. PEI5356 f^ERSONALS WANTED67PEOPLEto k)ss weight •>• Inches. All Natural, Registered w/ FDA Dr. Recommended! #1 in Europe. Call 303790-7786. PEl 5353 FREE SAMPLE. fwQMtSrttQ nUTM SlataoiealwS MalntalMd 2 yMfs NOtNETNia Est anylMnB you want Ouaranlaad m^iOHOLIQS ANONYMOUS Msala7dysawk.altPM, Rao. Annas bahlnil BouMar Dam CradN Union. ALAWOf-ALATlB< 4IH Thenwe're^ed Place your print ad • 'FREE!. Record a \dce greeting FREE! Retrieve your messages FREE! Can 1-800437-5814 to place your free ad (^ftiUtuia S6tt<^Ced PETS/ANIMALS I LOST & FOUND HELP WANTED l^S^lffil Norat a CAame ^QM\ propartlao ora acctpting ippflcollona tor: Housekeeping Craps Dealers Slot Club Clerk Pdod" Servers Apfly la iwrnui QaMaaaa HOM, JMR, NV. MnwMwi Mai iM, 74 n|. ExoM* iHtMwIi A opportunity. 4aiKpregram. Men*cUln§ CInu* Cktui fnptrttt HAIRSTYUSTftlMANICURIST NEEDED-Exp. preferred. Full service salon. Call 294-8477. Waitress position avail. Flexible hrs., must be dependable. Apply at Two Gals Restaurant, 1632 NV Hwy., BC Position available for prep cook, no exp. necessary. Apply at Two Gals Restaurant, 1632 Nv.Hwy.BC HW15277 Now hiringfor the following positions: Maids, Front Desk Clerk, Cashiers, Dock Hands, Custodians & Divers. Drug test mandatory. Apply in B erson at Lake Mead larina, 322 Lake Shore Rd., BC. EOE. Authorized Concessionaire of the National Park Servfce. HW14877 HAIR STYLIST STATIONS AVAILABLE Professional & pleasant salon. Call 293-4322. .. • if 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'merrao.p.^r^-1. LAS VEGAS VALLEY HUMANE SOCIETY. Beautiful, healthy, kittens, cats, puppies, dogs. Spayed/neutered, tested, shots. PetsMart, Trop-Eastern store only. Wed., Thurs., Fri., Sat., Sun., 11-4. '•^rtS fmi.ypmskFARI IN THE DESERT. Visitors welcome for gukfed tours daily to see lions, bears, tigers, cougars, various pan'ots and hundreds of others. 361 2484. PA15286 Betty Hohn's non profit Animal Adoption Ltd. is accepting unlimited number oi unwantedpets by appointment only. You are welcome to view adoplable pets 7 days a week. Call^rst 361-2484. THERE IS NO GUIDED TOURS OF THE PREMISES AT THIS TIME, OF NATIVE, NON-NATIVE. OR WILD AND EXOTIC ANIMALS. Whtte/Brown/Black'Jack Russel Terrier" lost near Greenway/Mission on Fri., 5/10 has collar with the name "Lucky." Call 558-7378. LF15188 DOMESTIC HELP Infant care, 6 wks.-2 yrs. FT only, DJ's Day Care 566-4070. DH15231 Lovina mother of 1 will provide top care for your child, hot meals+snacks, my home. 898-3206. DH12839 — : —3— x—r-^ —1— gas, with new fri Opening for 2, 1-5, slip" 'DIV lunch, snacks. Pis ply call 565-7412 DH15101 FREETOGOODHOMENeutered house cat, never been outskje, all white Wblackthroughout, short haired, 3 yrs. old, has all shots. 566-0250. PA15365 PIT BULL Terrier puppies for sale, 6 wks. old. Call 566-6774 or 2687698. PA15379 WILL DO SHOPPING, RUN ERRANDS, HOUSEKEEPING. REASONABLE RATES, 564-6199, JAN. DH15087 Lady to be companion for elderly lady. Would like cooking a housekeeping. 5 days/wk., Sat. &Sun. off, live in or part time. Refs required. Must have own car. Call after 1 p.m., 564-8099. DH15122 Will provide care & summer activKies for your child in my home M-F, 6 AM-6 PM, 566-4982. Drivers/Baggage, no CDL required, part time positions available. Minimum age 25 wKh a clear drh^ing record, Nevada Class-3 Ibense, must be available Sundays and Thursday. (Helpers Part time position, must be minimum 18 yrs. old.) Call 434-6128. Applications accepted 8 am-4 pm. HELP WANTED-Men/ Women earn $480 weekly assembling circuit boards/electronic components at home. Experience unnecessary, will train. Immediate openings your local area. Call 1-520-680-7891 Ext. 1864D. HW15322 $$CASiNO JOBS$$ Now hiring 17,0005O00O/yiiMcasinos &. riverboats. No exp. necessary. For immediate hiring info 407-338-6100 ext.NV101$,6AM-6PM, 7 days. HW14465 Dental Hygienist for up scale friendly family practice. Inrvned. opening for FT/PT 4 day work IRONING TO PERFECTION $1.00 A PIECE CALL SELMA 565-1507 LIVE-IN NANNY AVAILABLE Experience in Child Care, Preschool Teacher, & 4 yrs. college. Looking to permanently relocate. Midland Nanny. Licensed Agency, 8 yrs. 319-2320026. PHI 5310 BABYSITTING-My Henderson Home. Greenway & Horizon area. Mon.-Fri. from 7 anvS prri. Infants to 4yrs., 1 opening. 564-8161. CHILD CARE Loving mother wouM Kke to care for your chik) in my BC home, fenced yard, k>ts of activities, breakfast lunch and snack^ Great ref. CaH 204-2631 CLA$SiFIED AD reewav C. Pis. call for inten/iew 293-1437. HW15269 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 would like to know more about this tremendous opportunity pis. call 5646875. HW14952 QUALIFIED AUTO PARTS COUNTER PERSON Full time, exper. preferred. Apply in person: The Parts House, 709 Juniper Way, BC HW15273 Parts Driver, apply in person Mon.-Fri. at PKkarts Auto Parts, 31 E. Basic Rd.. Hend. Nke clean office looking for someone to clean it. Easy work, must have refs & exp. Pis. call Linda, 293-3900. HW15205 WANIt OFFICE CLERK-Full time In a small but busy ofiksa.Diversifisd duties, able to Interect wall In person and on phone. $5 t ir hour during training, end resumi to: Small Business, PO Box 92271, Henderson, NV 890092271. HW16373 Female needed to share a honw in Boulder City with retirement aged fenrale. Duties will mclude sharing very light house: keeping, ccokirio, drivi|^ to shopping and restaurants in provided car, and companionship. Room and board, and salary DOE, for six days per week, Sundaya off. Referencee required. 2933958. HW14280 CARRIERS needed, professional only need apply with reKable transportation, ^ply in person at: Henoerson Home News, 2 Commerce Center, Henderson. HW14368 MANICURIST NEEDED Exp. preferred. Full ssrvice salon. Call 2948477. HW14376 3 offKS desks, 2 w/returns & chairs, $100 • • $125 ea., mauve queen sleeper sofa $150, veiy large plant $100, 2759144 or 293-4723. HW15016 HAIR STYLIST STATIONS AVAILABLE Professional 8i pleasant salon. Call 293-4322. *•*• • *•**•*•* GOLD STRIKE INN • a CASINO • NOWHIRINQ: * SMUfttyQuwai • • # EngkMara it ^ HMtMi/CarttarWSS.SO kr.^, I Kofw Runnofs ^ Poftara BusPmofw" C Mi n o Ca O wMmt w HoMMVMpsfs. Snc COOKS a w If • WMHMMrS It jL PMt4nw 0lN chop ptfson jf Apply hi ponon M CaMoraCag* ^ NMvHooMrDMl ************* MOTHERS AND OTHERS. Work at home around your kids. $500$1,500 month part-time, $2.000-$4,000 month full-time. Full Training. Paid Vacations. Call Valentine (702) 5982958.24 hour nrwssage. HW15350 EDITOR to write, paginate, oversee weekly Lake Tahoe entertainment guide. Reply to Nk:k Baptists. North Lake Tanoe Bonanza, Box 7820, incline Village, NV 89452. HW15349 AREA Supervisor needed for demonstrating Christmas decor, f)ins, toys. Female preerred. Car required. PT/ FT, Christmas Around the World, Home party Plan Cprnpany, (800^ 4iW-i082 extf 2639,v (702) 428-1832. Ideal situation for someone to eam extra money. Looking for someone to do linen laundry. Must have refs. Pis. call Linda, 293-3900. HW15204 Exp. & friendly cook for busy sm. cafe-oppor. to buy business for right parson, 681-3128or 293243a HW15221 Clerical positbn 20-30 hr. weekly MUST WORK WEEKENDS phone data entry. Apply in person 2500 Utah St., BC. Position avail, immediately. WAITRESSES a DELIVERY DRIVERS for Villa Pizza 565-8844 Avon IMAMMIMVOW Taa^rorMl 293-0110 DRIVERS AND LABORERS 60 Needed Ddly/WeeMy Pay Appty LABOR EXPRESS ae E. Baaie Rd. GHTHE ARJMY EDGE. When soldiers leave the Army, they do so with advantages that can help them achieve success when seelting civilian employmenL Employers have found that Army-trained people have what they are looking for-pride, enthusiasm, dependability and self-discipline. For more details, call your local Army Recruiter today. 566-6766 Aim NAUVOOCANIt: HELP WANTEL> EARN !'• OR GIFTS! New hostess snd dssler progrsm for 1996! Friendly Toys arKi Gifts today for a free kifornutk>n and catatog peoksl— 1-800-488-4875. ••••••••• *^^^ HOTEL* *yiy MAIDS* PORTERS. Api^ at Hotel • < FrdfftDesk. • if Railroad Paaa if .^ Hotel ft Casino,.^ 2800 S. Bouldsr ^ Hwy. HND. 2. EOE. ••••••••• VETERINARY ASSISTANT, part time positk>n open. Duties include receptk)nist, technical and kennel work. Must be 18 years. For more information call 204-0001. HW15272 HAIRSTYUSTAMANICURIST NEEDED-Exp. preferred. Full sen/k:e salon, Call 294-8477. HW15276 Hairdresser leave mes-i sage. Call 594-9972. HW14594 ASST. MANAGER for Convenience Store w/ exper., 565-2669. HW14993 CASHIER/STOCKER any shift, full and part time. Apply between 9 am and 5pm, M-F at 721 E. Lake Mead Dr., Hend. HW14992 NEEDED: 42 people to lose 5-50 lbs. by Summer. #1 in Europe. Free shipping. Call Tracy: 702390-0570. HW1S181 DELIVERY DRIVER NEEDED. Make up to $10/hr. Apply in person, 87 E. LAKE MEAD DR. Apply between 1 pm-5 pm. MUST HAVE 6WN TRANSPORTAIION. HW15192 COOK FOR PRESCHOOL. Flexible hrs. Benefits incl. BCBS Insurance, 401K & paid time off. GV area. Call 897-1544. HW1S194 Work from your home. Avon. Independent sales rep. 1-800-236-6127. HW15214 GREAT HARVEST BREAD CO. Looking for energetic, outgoing, tallcative, spunky & fun loving people. Apply in person at 4650 E. Sunset in the Sunset Mountain Vista Plaza. HW15234 NATIONAL PARKS HIRING—Positions are now available at National Pari(s, Forests 8i Wildlife Preserves. Benefits -f bonuses! For employnwit directory, call (206) 8p<36e2 ext. f^89777. fwi5940 ^ • • ; • > Waitress flexible hrs. for sm. deli. Contact Chuck 558-3300 ext. 117. Great job, excel, pay. Make gr. money & feel good about what you're doing.WorkforaCo.that cares about its community. FT or PT. Must have good phone vok:e. 5663230 from 10 AM-4 PM, M-F. HW14091 NIGHT AUDITOR. Echo Bay Resort (k)cated on Lake Mead NRA, Overton, NV 89040) Is now taking applcslione for Night Auditor. Accounting bsckground preferred. Will Trsin. Send resume to Echo Bay Resort, Overton, NV 89040. Fax 1-702-3044182. Call 702-3044066. Low cost housino & utilties avail. ExceT benefits. Bus svc to Overton/Logandale scheolB aval. Prs-empkaymsnt drug test required. An euthorized concessionaire of the NPS.EOE. HW1S1W Spring Cleaning ? Cjri l Adlen Cteening Seivloe, 29S-1430. PS14107 •••*•• QUALIFIED AUTO PARTS (X)UNTER PERSON FuN lima, expar. pratanwd. Apply In paraon: The Parts Houae, 709 Juniper Way, BC ••*••* * * Wanted & Needed-Forward thinking, creative, energetk: off be manager; experienced in basic computer skills general accounting, phone sales. Call for appt. 293-1860. HW14616 MPWANIEf) ]l HtLP WANTED I HELP WANTED Experience PT sen/ers for niohts, PT busers, exp. Mexican cooks, Dishwashers & Bartenders. Apply in person at Red Pepper Restaurant, ISO Ville Dr., BC. HW14888 PT MAID Needed. Apply Flamingo Inn Motel, BC. HW15343 SPORTS WRITERTwice weekly newspaper seeks sports writer to cover prep athletics and community recreation leaoues. Must k>ve sports ana be able to report accurately and energetically on all sports. Send letter, resumi end cipe to Henderson Home News, P.O. Box 90430, Henderson, NV 89009. Deadline, May 24. HW1S347 LieeNsec) UPI i HEALTH AGENT NEEDED. Quality products, high oemrfMsions wkh atsl Cs 8 AirHne Employinefil 8ervicee. 1-208-871 •8882 eal L88771. HWtSBa IV^^^Strong design^>roductk)n person needed for (figltsi dept.MACorienled.Must know Photoshop, Kustrstor & Quark. IBM knowledge s+. Experienced only. Salary DOE. Strong cMor portfolio required. Call Mllo. 7321878. HWl 437e Bob'aAIJPamiJyRestaurant now hiring FT exp. cook. Exp. In both breskfsst & dinner. No phone cells. /Vpply in ^rson, 761 Nevada, HWy. BC >IW146rir Mothers Dreamt Stay home, lose weight, feel ? reat, make money! Call -800-818-5475. HW13221 Otmrnlwrnkmn, AVON (7t2)2n4in Call Today! SECURITY GUARD PT Security Guerd Must have experience. Pis. call 433-7706 RESUMES AMlMitoMiy Oon* Ktmmwtif Prtcad BCrS BUSINESS SCRVICCS OpMilMylle* I48t Clara4e (M Aih) B.C. 293-5361 R.E. SALES FREE SEMINAR Coma Join tha f1 Canlury 21 offlca in Itia SW a Laa Vagaa. Wa ara aaaking qualirUd candldalas to bagln a now caraar. For tha baal ona-on-ona training and aupport. East and Waat onicaa, call Joa, 43S-S300, Canlury 21 MonayWortd. MAINTENANCE COUPLE Semi ratirad couple to do PT maintenance. Muat have axparianca. Pla. call 433-7706 TRAVEL PEOPLE GOING PLACES ThaTa what CSAA la all about So if you're looking to move, now ia llie Sme, andCSAAIalhaplaoel Travel Agents HENDERSON We eurrantiy have a full time position available for anindhrUualwithatJaast lyaak* Jf^owrarit leisure Jravel agency axperianca, and Apollo or other air raeervations systems axperianca. At AAA, you'll anjoy an axeellant aalary and banaflta package, along with tha atabillty wa'va earned by providing traval-raiatad aarvicea to our memlMra ainco 1907. To apply can Sue Muelo at 702/458-5994 x 241, or F/0( your raaume to har at70S/45S-3711.Wealrivo to equally employ populaliona aa dhrerae ae the oustomara wa aorve. CSAA TEACHER WANTED PART-TIME / Kindergarten / Elementary or / ChiM Devek>pment IMWyMiiMi 41M OAK.V a WEEKLY PAY iTar CtEMCAL WAREHOUSta OONSTNUCnON M^^Ry Bi paiaOTif 5aN*n,Man.-ffl mWHtora,! — un — SENSATIONS aV.CtfesooMnfMI time eapepentry efl In peieon M W F, 8antoll SHI,^4pal, 48881. SunsslfllO 81 ASsnsen. Looking for fun, edive PRESCHOOL TEACHERS to wori( with children ages 2-12. We provMe a preschool prograiTi ak>ng wHh an after school program. Also k)okingfor people w/flexible hrs. to substitute within our classrooms. Our learninig center provides a wide variety of educational learning materiala. Benefits included. Contact 565-0007/456-7008. College students w/flexbtt hrs. also Welcome. HW14486 WENDY'S NOWHinma OAY/MQHT CASMERS 4450 E. SUNSET (NEAR ETHEL MS) 1131 W. SUNSET, (ACROSS FROM THE QALLERIA) 400 S. BOULDER HWY. SHIFT MANAQERS WITH U YRS. MQHT. EXP. ALSO NEEDED. CITY OF BOULDER CITY ANNOUNCES EXAMINATION FOR UTILITY BILLING AND COLLECTION SUPERVISOR. FILING DEADLINE: Wednesday, May 29,1996, no later than 4 p.m. Annual starting salary $34,085.38 witn excellent benef Ks. The City of Boulder City is currently recruiting for the position of Utility Billing and Collection Supervisor. The purpose of this recruitment is to establish an eligibility list for Utility Billing and Collection Supervisor. Duties may include, but are not limited to the following: ESSENTIAL FUNCTfoNS: Supervises account cleri(s in the LItility Billing and Collection Offk:e in their various job tasks, including cashiering activities. Supervises meter readers. Supen/ises the Business and Liauor Licensing function. Knowledge of all ordinances, regulations, and City poTicies relating to Business Licensing as well as electric, water, sewer and refuse billing and collection procedures. Prior computer experience necessary, PC software Icnowledge of Word for Windows and Excel for Windows preferable. Finalist for this position will be subject to a thorough background investigation. Condition of hire requires all employees to pass a medical examination including a drug screen. TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE: Equivalent to an Associate's Degree in Business Administration froman acflflUJited^Hnior CCHrae oTCbmrnunity cofle?'^ and three (3) years progressively responsible supervisory experience. EXAMINATION PROCEDURES: Written examination will be held on Monday, June 3, 1996, at 9:00 a.m. in the City of Boulder City Council Chambers. The Oral inten/iews will be administered only to those candidates who eam at least a minimum score of 70% on the written examination. Oral board interviews will be held on Wednesday, June 5,1996 and if neceasary, Thursday, June 6,1996, beginning at 8:30 a.m. Application forms and draft job description may be obtained between 7:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Thursday from the Personnel Offk;e, 401 California Avenue, Boulder City, Nevada, holidays excepted. Telephone (702) 293-9202. Completed applications must DO received in the Personnel Office no later than 4:00 p.m., Wednesday, May 29, 1996. Those applkrants meeting the requirements will be invited to continue in tt>e examinatk>n process. Non-residents of Clark County may request appNcatk)ns by sending a self-addressed stamped envelope to the City of Boukler City, P.O. Box 61350, Boulder City, NV 89006-1350. Attention: Utility Billing and Collection Supennsor /Application. Post mari(ed or fax copies wHI not be acceoled. Appiicationa recearsd efler the deedlhe dale wW be ratoded. If you wieh to identify yourseW as an IndMdual wflh a dtoability and wW be requesting eccommodelhMi, that request must be ntade to the Personnet Office no later thenthafWngdoadBwof this snnouncement. LATE ARRIVALS TO EXAMINATIONS WILL NOT BE ADMITTED. PROPER IDENTIFICATiONS IS REQUIRED AT TESTING, AN amALOPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. HW1810S COIN ROOM ATTENCLERK All shifts. Must be 21 yrs. Cashier/Stockroom. Mighty Mart Convenience Store located in Green Valley. 433-4343. HW14723 HOUSEKEEPER NEEDED Part time. Please apply: Nevada Inn Motel, Boulder City. HW14875 DISHWASHERS & LINECOOKS. Apply Reaiaurant Cashier. l^iffSed PasslRbtef ft Casino, 2800 S. Boulder HMry., HND. EOE. Driving poeHion evaN., morning hrs. t7.tO/hr. Bakers position svsiL. evening hrs. Csl Brian 566-5001/431-8249. $300-1900 weeKLVi Full/part time processing U.S. Govemmeni FHA Mortgage Refunds from home. No experience (504) 429-9230 7 deys Ext. 389 6 0 20. LAvTERFORCEWeRT JOBS f40 EXP. NECESSARY Now Hiring. U.8. C u i ices IMMEDIATE OPENINGS! NEVER A FEE Receptionist, Word Processing, Data Entry Oper. & Mor. 898-1956 .3510 E. Tropicana, K at Pecoa I A IDC Part-Time, Flexible Hoursi Individuals tv to conduct phone follow-up with gradualee and friende of dietlngulehed Institutions. We've been in business for 21-years plual Friendly, professional environmenL $7/hr. Contact 565-9038. liiao ••••••••••••^••••*•*••** SECURITY OFFICERS it Needed for greater Henderson, GV aree,* FULL TIME and PART TIME, flexible houra.* Must have dependable traneportation 8^ phone. Call ALUED SECURH^, 795-3317 Monday-Friday, 8:30-4:30 pm, 1615 E.* Tropicana Ave.,SuHe 395. EOE/M-F/H-V. ^ 15279* ••***••*•••••••••••• • *** //i JEASTRiPGETem psL is Recruiting for the following posHbns CLERICAL GENERAL •n*cep(ionM •Data Entry •Accounting Citfli •Genwal Secretarial •Caahier UptoSreopMhour •Conalructlon ClawHip •Convention Work •WtrahouH Job* •Production •LVH Indwiriil Vplot7.aoprlMur NEVER A FEE Call 566-9662 ror an appoinlmani today! 320 S. Boulder Hwy., Sta. 102, Handaraon, NV NEVFP SECURITY OFFICERS-UNARMED (5.25 HR. to aUrt. HENOERSON aV. areas. Fu8 8 Part-Tima. Waakdaya k Weekends. MUST HAVE WORKING PHONE 8 TRAN8P0fTAT10fi Waasi apply in paraon MON.-THURS., 10a-3p. EOE CWIB SECURITY, 3305 Spring Mtn. Rd, Sts. St. MWMm DIETARY PERSONNEL NEEDED Cooki/prap. cooka/dlshwathaiMMary aid. Vartoua poaHlona avallabi*. For Inlormallon partaMng to ttwaa poattiona plaaaa Inqulra at: Henderson Convaleecent Hospital [180EvW^*?'** ^ -^3^,^ /Ms8afe^li\w i7i*" /? !f*fr*^' HOUSEKEEPING New Salary Rates Full Time position avail, for a dedicated team player. If interested pis. apply in person at: Boulder City Care Center, 601 Adams Blvd., Boulder City j99Bi APT. RENTALS 2 bd., 1 ba. $485/mo. $200 dep., 293-2746. APARTMENTS AS LOW AS $275 a Month furnished 564-6952 ,. APT. RENTALS Teddy's Kitchenettee, Just bring your toothbrush. Everything furnished. PH. 293-1718. BC FOR RENT: Kitchenettes, $6S/wk. UtiHlioa pd. SHADY REST MOTEL. 565-7688. AR9597 STUDIO, uptown BC area NO PETS, $390^rt. util. pd. Cal 204-025e. CASA DE ALICIA AND M&M II APT We're not giving away the kitchen sinic WE DON'T HAVE TO. Let our featuree A professnal staff speak for thenmelves. 1,2&3bdrm.from$550. Pools, picrac areas. Wak in d oaels. 293-1615 ATLANTIC CITY APARTMENTS Claan, Quality 1-1-4 Bwlroom Apartments In He n derson • Central Air A Rest • Appi a nc — • Bllnde • Carpala'IMslar PiM • Wesher^Dryer AvaliMa Apartmenta ara 1420 A up par achoola, parfc A alwppiny. 565-7028 WKL \j>

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ww^rwvwtnn i < frr^^^^w^ '^d apart in HD.ChlMienOK, 558-7736. RR1S23S Util. incl. prefer clean & neat working female NO SMOKING OR DRUGS. $365/mo., 454-6116. RR15241 WANTED: Senk>r Companion, own room, privata bath, full housepriv. $250/mo. 565-0839. RR1S252 CONDO RENTALS BC. 3 NEW LUXURY CONDOS.AIInewappl., incl. fridg., tvicto, sap. Indry. witn w/d, fp, window treatmenta, 2-car gar. w/opanera, pool, spa, RV parking. Be the first to live in these beauties, 2 bd., 2 be., or 3bd..2ba.,NOPETS,1 yr. lease, $995-$1195/ mo. -f dep. 294-4420. CRl4e85 DELUXE BOULDER CONDO 2 bd., 2 ba. Clean & Quietl Excellent Neighborhood. Nicely Landscaped. $715-1322 Georgia Avail. NOW! GREAT NEVADA REALTOR 871-0223. CR15211 CLASSOFIED AO ilM 4pjii.FHdQr for UMikyiHiie Noon IbBidQf for for you! Office warehouse suite 100O sq.ft.. 1557 Foothill Dr. Stred frontage BC $650 mo. with $550 Security Dep., 293-3115. C014854 BC approx. 1000 SF warehouse w/bdh in new plaza. Tarnis negotiable. 293-1844 weekdays to see. C013992 Office warehouse, 3000 SFinBC, Sphasepwr, avaiL Call 294-1213. C014S21 BC 1200 SF Shop with Offk:e & Bath, 15'x24' atorage k>ft. 600 SF living quartsra, full Icitchan, waaher and dryer included. Central air and latthruqutKSMZenina 100 deposit. tl200 rhonth. 293-4757. CO15047 2bd, 1-3/4 ba.,COUNTRY HLLS. Ready for [-itoyfliSriMO^dopoe. nsf. Boulder Dam Realty, Pt 293-4663. CR15227 HOUSE RENTALS Fumiahad cute, clean 1 bd.. garaoi^ W-D, appHancee. NO PETS, near Joitar's Wild. Call AM458-8064. HR15049 3bd. 2ba., rdrigeratk>n, carpet, gar.. NO PETS, lawn car*. $750/mo.Cdl Cecilia, 564-7482. HR151S6 Hwy. 95 A Horizon NEW HOME. 3 bd.. 2 be., 2 car gar., fenced yd., RV parking, $1025/mo. • • dap. Call 204-0728. HR15316 Sun City McDonald Ranch new unfum., 2 bd.. 2 ba. duplex. NO SMOKING. NO PETS $65Qfmo. $850 cleaning A key dep. 564-0080. HRIUU Newer home. 2 bd. -f den (3rdbd.)1-3/4ba..3car gar.. SoikVmo. 564-5142 CarMury21. HR14648 2bd..lbe..^PET6. $28/nK>. •• • Dep. CaU 56M625 after 4 p.m. HR16109 Boulder City Retail/Office Space 600 Sq. Ft. up Terms Negotiable B.C. Adobe Realty 293-1707 iSmr FORLEApE 4eOI>a^ft. IAM^ 11.100* tq. HMdMMA. Waoo • ^tLOl 0flMMipM9.SfMllipa04fS, ^ropoiWiisM OOOr* —• Cdl Md Mk lor Caity or Donyoo at RE/MAX EAOLra VIEW, BeS470O. MOBILE HOMES VALLEY VIEW-1992 SHvercreet. 2 bd. 2 be., deeert/hnln. view, etorage bidg., aUappHancee, covered parking. $60,000. CaH KMie 293-5757 C.B. ANCHOR REALTY. Boukler Hwy. & Russell Rd. huge 4 bd., 2 ba., $1595 down OAC. Payments of $722/mo. ind. specs. CO-OP, 5953279. MHl40e6 4bd. 2ba.. rafrlgefa tk )?^ lam. rm.. carpel, fenced NO PETS, lewn care. $t00/mo. CaH CecMia 664-7462. HR1S166 Sbd.t7B0i^mo.>dap.A aee. check. AvaM. 0/10. 6644)068. caH from 10 -6 PM. HR1S246 Unuauai eetifi A require onique tenant, 3 bd., 2 b.,pooi. lake view, BC, 2t44)664. HR1I251 aR>eaea~ar leedy i^. Mo uuniL >. 2 be., iaiv view. Iiardw eed floora, ape. TaMng applDeiiona now. 6t2-M>S6{daya) 6297466 (eve(*MB) $675/ me. • HOOO/eec. HR16260 2 bd., 1 be., quiet adult pk.. newly remodeled. 594-997^ MH14692 Meed to eel MD Trailer Eatetes, 3 bd., 2 ba., 20x56, lot 63x120. fuly landacaped A fenced only $54;900. caN Patty or Don. 564-3333. BC, 3 NEW LUXURY CONDOS. All newappL. incl. fridg., micro, sep. Indiy. with w/d, fp, window trsatnr>ente, 2-car gar. w/openera, pool, spa, RV parking. Ba the first to live in these beauties. 2 bd., 2 ba., or 3bd.2ba.,NOPETS,1 yr. lease, $1000-$1200/ mo. • • dep. 294-4420. CR14885 BC, 3 NEW LUXURY CONDOS. All new appl. incl. fridge, micro, sep, Indry witn w/d, fp, window treatments, 2-car gar w/openers, pool, spa, RV parl(ing. Ba the first to live in these beauties, 2bd,2ba,or3bd2ba, NO PETS, 1 yr. lease, $905-$1195/mo. -f dep. 294-4420. CR14061 SPY GLASS 2 bd, 2-1/2 ba.,$850mo.AvaH.6/1. Boulder Dam Realty, 293-4663. CR15228 2 bd. 1-3/4 ba., COUNTRY HILLS fumlahed $850 unflimished $780. Boukier Dam Realty, Pat 293-4663. CR15226 BOULDER SQUIRE CONDO downatairs 2 bd., 1 ba., vary nice corner unit $675, NO PETS, 293-3228. CR1S264 CONDO SALES NEW LUXURY CONDO INBC. 1150sf, 2bd, 2 ba, patio, pool, apa, carport, $88,500.293-4484. CS14951 BC 2 bd., 2-1/2 ba. Lake View Condo. Mend Neat, 3 bd.. 1-3/4 ba. houae R riced to sell $85,990. einz Prudential S.W. Realty, 293-0545. CS MOBILE HOMES TRAILERS RENTTO OWN $377 & up Call Mario 294-8888 FOR SALE OR RENT 2 bedroom w/den manufactured home in Senk>r Community. Jacuzzi ovedooUngtake Mead. $115,000 or $900 a month rent. Boulder Landng PropertiM, 2941504. MH1442S In BC double wkle 20x55, 2 bd. 2 ba.. immaculaie $29,500. CaH Mario 2946666. MH15107 1M6 DOUBLE WIDE 3 Bedroom and 2 Balh VauRed.CeWnge. Ceing Fane, i Roman Tub $34,500 CIIRay566"0563 X FOR SALE OR RENT 2 iMdroom IMMMI Of 9000 • moini rant. PfopertMO, e4"H0e. $118,000 LMidIng f _.;r^TV*'","^T' BRIAN HEAD II BRI.'VN HEAD II REAL E^ •OWETHINO NEW 16 COMNa TO BRIAN HEAOI Naw Is your flhanee to ewH ki the Hieat kixurloiie davatopmsnt, INytlal 1600 8F, 3 badreem, 1 bail, letsily eustomiiod quaNly oonalniellon. VauMsd ealllnigs, gourmet kNehan, ovaralsed gsrage and ueh, mueh more. Pre^onetruetton priee of 1326.000. Ferhiformalion,oall High Country RaeNy, 6 ^W^^^^W^^^^i^^P^^B% GREAT L0T6 IN BRIAN HEAOI The snow wW melt soon to reveel the TrsHa at Navaiel Ex8hiaiv% sMIw/rid-eut lets, paved read, all utWMes, trsee, view a Prieoe starting at tS7,9QO. Can High Country Realty, 1-6WM36-S6M. • idBSfta :riTigi, 7 *?i'i"tjM,i '^i'-^150fl9 REAL ESTATE GREATN.W.L.V. LOCATION. 3BR/3BA 2 car garage, cloM to ichools, shopping A freeway! SI 08.900 294-1500 NEED NEW or EXPERIENCED R.E. agenta for expanding office in BC. 100% commission desks available O $100/mo., $150 per transaction • • E&O. NOfranciiisafees, also liberal split arranaennenta. Non-MLS avallable. For more info, and confidential interview, call Katie, CB. Anchor Realty, 293-5757 or at 1497 Nevada Hwy. 8 irat dome on right). E13294 Lake Mead View Estates k)t11, 840 Lime Rock Rd, $125K firm. 2034299. RE13439 BC cuatom golf course home double lot. Approx. 4000eq.fL,4bd..3ba.. great room Whome theater, den, wot bar. granite, tile, pool/apa $435,000. Call 2945044. RE15123 STARmtHOME 3BR/2BA Icarfarafc, Light A bright, apes floorplas. Upgraded carpet A viayl. Large petie.(Iieatf) Own Your Own Home Now! No downpayment on Milea materials. Innovative construction financing. Call Miles Homes today, 1-800343-2884 ext. L. CHOICE MOBILE home/ building lots in Sandy Valley. 2 +1acres ea. Power at the site, underground phone, paved and/or gravel roads. Seller offering good ternrw. Phone Grace, at Amaricor Rsalty, 3651953. L0253 For Sale by the Intemal Revenue Sen/k:e 4 • .37 acre lots in Sec. 27 on Derby Dr. in Hd. Date of sale May 22 at 10 AM at IRS, 4750 W.0aivative construction financing. Call Miles Homes, today. 1-800343-2884. ext. L. PRICE REDUCED • 3 bdmi., 2 ba, fam. & liv. nm., firepl.. Lake & Mtn. Views, nwny ugpradea, easy financing, faat move-in $190,000. Ownar 293-5959. A MUST SEE!! 3BR/2BA 2 car R.V ParkiB|. Covered patio, slicd. IVfaay apgrades. Price redeced! S1S9,900 Lake View Now! FUbokws New Ma^ View EMleB CHISH 4 bednxxn 3 badiB, OpoD Fknr Plan 2S0O + sq. ft 3 FneplMsa.OoipoysMaHrrsuih..Ficncfa wooden doow. Comer of SiooeCeayaaRd A VIDB Onnde ^. < Ol l)U i I i H \NKI \K JB/O NO MONEY DOWN. Take over paynrwnta of $24a'mo. on 80 acrea. S.E. of Kingman. Arizona. Qood acceaa with view. Catt602-O51-6781. REl447e Owner selling beautiful 4 bdrni. with pool, many .improvements, 293;6871. REr5298 ''N6 M0(4EV OOWN New program. If you are working or rstirfd you nrwy queUNf to pwthaii a homa'^h no money down. CaH me today to findouthow. Qeorge371 5375. RE14628 BY"5WREr36oo"sF customs bd.. 31/2 ba., 2 car gar. in BC. Lg. corner lot, lake view, game rm.. formal, RV park & nrwra. $279,900. Call 214-5523611 for appt.REl5363 ^^f\^ "4 BM BA JjrL CUaTOM '^ Afw... Feunlain* ComMunily. Wondarful flooipHMfof MiliflaMns on iiMriy ia acra wtti pool and ape. SSW.00O. Call end aek lor Corty or DanyM M RE/ MAX EAGLE'S VIEW SM6700. wmo PVH Real Estate Hwy. 160, next to Terrible Herbst, 3 models to choose from. $50 sq. ft., over 200 lota available, 1-702-727-0445. RE14741 tF6R §ALt' • LEWIS HOME ON CORNER LOT-3bd, 1-3/4ba.,2 car gar., RV parking both sides. Remodeled kitchen w/add on dining &den. Call for appt., ask for Amy. 293-1419. RE15177 PRICED TO SELL 2BR/2BA Maa. keiafl ia bcaatlAil 55+ coai Btonity. NuatrsI decor, opca floor plao $129,000 2 CoBimercial Lots Both totally bulMabla fk-omlotliBatoiotline. Great k>catk>B ia BC. Oae for: $78,000 A Oaefor: $65,000 L'94 1500 ''i!t^:'Kit, RV parking, formal d/r, living rm. w/rock 1/p, overaized gerega. NOW 1965,000. SECTION 27Henderaon '2* den, 2be., rock Vp In living rm.,comer 116x135 lot. fully fenced, 2 eer garage. $149,900. SPYGLASS CONDO 2 bd, 2-1/2 be., beveled mirrore In dining rm., all appllancee, verticale tA>. $119,500. IMMACULATE 3 bd., 2 be.. wHh pooll Tiled floore in entry, kit A living rm. Skylight in entry, 2 car garage. $146,500. WATERS EDGE • 2 bd., 2 ba, 2 c. garage, upgraded and profeeetonaliy hindaceped, eOme lake view. $162,500. HENDERSON • CORNER LOT, 2 bd., 1 ba.. 1 car carport, new roof. ceramic tile entry, f reahly painted inekle/out. $66,5001 UPGRADED TWO LEVEL condo, 2 or 3 bd., 3.5 ba., Ingmd. apa, ceiling fane t/o, lake view A more. $279,500. WANTED! Offere on thie golf couree home wHh lerge lot, upgraded Interior, pool 6 apa, 4 bdrm. $379,500. CORNER LOT • 4 bd., 2 be., tote of ceremk tile A beveled mirrore, 13x19 padded mueic rm. in garage, 2 c/cpt. $160,000. DEL PR ADO tile roof, 1577 a.f., f reehly painted intertor, covered patk>, sparkling pool A more...Reduced to $179,900. MANUFACTUHEO HOMES LAKE VIEW2 car carport, atorage, 2 bd., 2 ba., fam. rm. w/wet bar. large leundry rm. Home warrantyl $135,000. THIRTY YEAR HNANaNG available 2 bd., den. 2 be., new carpet, appllancee, vinyl, cabinete, now $99,500. DEVELOPERS HOME IN LK. MTN. ESTATESI2259 s.f., 3 bd.. 2 ba., fam. rm., laland kKchan, f^ In L/R, lake view, pool A epe. $249,500. SELLER WANTS 0FFMM||il9lbd., 2 ba., carport *RV parking. atorage/workahop, —^ VriMiijn in.imn GLASS A SCREEN PATK) • lake view, 2 bd., 2 be., 3 car carport, atorage bkig., lota of RV parking. Laaae/option available. $137,260. PEACE A QUIET 2 bd., 2 be., fam. rm., lake view, covered porch, cerpet, vinyl peint 1995. $128,000. MOBILES IN PARKS NEW LISTING—VILLA HERMOSA 14x60,3 bd.. 2 be., covermi parking, porch, like newl $24,000 Including furniehlnge. B.C. TRAILER PARK comer lot. 3 bd., 2 be., covered parking, central alr/htg. $24,000. DESERT VIEW from covered porch. 44x24 home with drywall Interior. 1991 Silvarcraat, all appllancee, 2 bd. $59,500. COMMERCIAL COMMERaAL BLDG'S akie by aide on buey Nevada Hwy. 640 a.f. bkig., lota 09x156 $275,000.9900 a.f. bkig. on 93x166 lot $750,000. BLDG. & BUSINESS In the heart of B.C. Gee etatton wlHi'i^lienk: on duty. Buey comer on Nev. Hwy. $395,000. BYOWNER.4bd..2-1/2 ba. + office. 2400 sq. ft. Lewis Home. New win^dow ^^wfertngs*? Hugo patio cover w/misters. Completely ahaded, low main, front & rear yds. Excel, cond. Loads of RV pkg. $176,500. 2932408.lv.msg. RE15263 =:tsj dsao CoMMl Banker RMMWIHII Real Eftal*. An Equal Oppolunly Conpaxy. Equal Houiing Oppoilunty. SoffM Otiloa* IndapandantV Ownad and Oparalad 1 % % Adobe Realty (702) 293-1707 ^ ilOMES ^ THIS WEEK'S SPECIALI...Lovety 3 bdrm.. 2000 CHECK IT OUTI sq. ft. iKNna on a quiet cul-de-aac w/leke view. Eeay malnterMUKe, energy efficient, with pool. Lake Mead View Eetatee...$295,000. i ON A BUDQET7...Startar home on e comer lot, 2 bdrm., 1 bath...$B4,500. BETTER THAN A MODEL..3 bdrm., 2-3/4 bath, approx. 1050 aq. ft, nicely upgra40S7 OauSta fteacha 3a>4e4t DIanM VMIMM 3-42S4 irorth 1SS-T974 CrMnaLaeiManFnwta,Brey_. VALLEYGreat 2bd.. 2ba. Good aa new. Only 6110.000. Call Larry Shaffer. RE/MAX Eagle'a View 566-6700 t.Oi.0.0. K. -^ car detached garage, beautiful lake view forever! 40K B C DM'I WWT7 b happy. Let Sandra Deabier 271-3277 REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE L FOR ALL YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDS.. Call Handaraon'a *1 Real Eatata Team BRENDA BIRD GRI, CRS Lifetime Henderaon Resident 564-1127 WENDY WILLIAMS ^v-<^/i 378-1689 ^ mJn Over $ 100,000.000 in Sales 27 years combined Real Esute experience! "TTia DYNAMIC DIW Sa/to Homeal" When you're thinking of buying or f selling a home, you'll want the transaction to proceed swiftly and etfteienlly. Thai's why you should kx>k lor a real estate professional with special expertise In listing, selling. Investment and taxes. Someone with a proven record of experlerxx! Someone you can toist. That someone Is a Certified Reskjentlal Specialist (CRS), your best choice jp real estate. Call Dave Barard RWMax Eagla't Vlw Brokar/Q.R.I. CRS (702) 566-6700 REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE ThePrudential Jensen's Realty Thinking of Buying or Selling? The Rode h the answerl The Prudential Jenean'e Realty Spaclaliiea In Reeldentlal-Commcrclal and Property Management xl ^'^l'*' *• **rv yeu *^ H6iKl6r6on Boulder City J^^ 564-3333 293-3355 — '^ oftoanNenr 1 Realty \ "V/* mak kouM calU" HIGHLAND HILLS Expanded Z-Story With 3-Car Garage. Spacious! DOWNTOWN HENDERSON 3 BR., 2 BA Affordable & Convenient! v OWNER WILL CARRY 2600 Sq. Ft. Home on 1/2 Acre Pecos & Sunset SPECIALIZING IN***** HENDERSON AREA PROPEHTIES FRED & ELLIE KNAPP Multl-Mmion Dollar Pndmctn Ucenanf REALTORS Sine* 197* Ph. 566-8185 OuUUe of Nevada l-$00-209-267S If m. rbdIAc A>., It,, li. HratrnM. NVaVOJJ -nERRinCBUY 4BR/2BA Open floor plan with pool. Great area cloase to golf course. 2 car garage. $178,00 294-1,500 X'LENT LOCATlbN Lot nestled between iMarshall Plaza & Farmers Ins. on Higliway. Call Brad for info. $325,000 294-1500 Qaitim HIGH COUNTRY REALTY Peggy Edwarde Aaaociale Brolcer/Manager Brian Head, Utah We spKlaHze tn 'Oul BacIT properties for High Country Raaly Farms Rancttes IMountaln Properly Desert Properly • Propeftias near Zlon & Capitol Reel Nafl. Parks (owttef.igM<) ~ rM=-, MET JOHNSON 1=^1TAYLOR JOHNSON P.O. Box 560 • New Harmony. Utafi 84757 801 -686-011 2 Fex801-SB6-7660 o 21 Henderson Realty, Inc. 'The Property People" 18 Water Street 564-2515 Call now for new homa Information! S69.900.GARAGR!. Great buy near downtown Henderson. New tile floor in kitchen & bath. Large lot, RV Parking, alley acces.s. T:44578 CALICO RIDGE • Sparkhng pod, fantastic floor plan, 1/2 acre lot. Super Sharp Home! C:56904 GREAT ARKA 3 bdnn., 1 bath, large lot-RV Parking-won't last, $74,500. B:59760 ;v:: TOWNHOUSE 2 bed., 2 baths. Perfect for 1st time buyers or retirees—Priced right. K:40653 CUTE TOWNHOUSE CentraUy located in Las Vegas. Large rooms, 2 Bedrooms, lot.s of storage, $52,500, F:52016 l£} OCMflTUNITY EACH OFFICE IS INDEPENtJENTLY OWNED AND OPERATED, DICK BLAIR REALTY 833 NEVADA HWY., BOULDER CITY z^ 17021 293-2171 (gt When you're ftl, you can do things others can't. m^^m^^ mmaM% Century 21 JR Realty STILL AVAILABLEI Offer fell ttirul Great price for a 3 bedroom, 2 batti tiome w/covered patio & huge back yard! Listed at only $92,5001 GREAT STARTER HOME. 3 bedroome, 1 bath In a good eetebllehed neighborhood. RV parking, hugelot.-neaeonably{)rtcedl$77,^eL • -v'< NO EXTRAS NEEDED, EVERYTHING IS DONEI Breekfast nook, 3 bedrooms, 2 beths, desert lendscaplng front & back. 2 car finished garage w/opener & etorage ahelf. Alarm, celling fene, eolar ecreene, reeerve oemosis, & much, much OHH LA LA thie letlw onel Ltoe oimv perking w/ backyerd access, covered patio, built-in gee BBQ, storege shed, fruit treee, rose bushee, lueh landscaping and thefe |ust the outside. CALL NOW for your Inside viewing of this Woodrtdgo neighborhood homel $111,900. AN EXPRESSION OF INDIVIDUALITY le reflected In this unique 2 bedroom, 2 bath custom home. Designed for privecy & EZ living. Site on 1 ecre, zoned for horses. Attractive low malntenence desert landscape, plue view deck to edmire surrounding mountains & city lights. Call uefor detallsl ACROSS FROM GREEN VALLEYHIQH SCHOOL Spacious 2 bedroom, 2 bath condo. 1162 sq. ft A must seel Priced to eell, $79,9001 IDEAL FOR FIRST TIME HOME BUYERI 3 bedroom, 1 t>eth home, fully fenced, cloee to schools & shopping. Eligible for several special buyer programs. Asking only $79,900. We Offer Buyer Representation Please Call For Details. 101 E. Horizon, Henderson ^ 564-6546 B Pllr Gir.T-SBr m-Wli A"" """" f^*'-'B..b BUIr, Brok.r. Andre. And,r. in-il7 Cindy Bdy Rhond. SUdp 293-77S N.ncy Murphy I Moynihan 293.|02 Kmhy J Rkhl Richard Guy. 69II.4M4 293-2M9 294-2919 29J-3292 .293-4915 Serving Boulder City Since 1968 ^Q^,gg MOBILE HOMES IN PARKS 2acreeeUte-5bedrm.,4bath,8cargar.,6,136 Boulder City M.H.P. 1981 MANTEE 12'x52'. 2 •q. ft living apace. Gueat Quartera, PRICED UNbadftna. GREAT DEAL! $15,500. DER APPRAISAL AT $949,999. MOORE'S TR.PK.-1976DELMAR12X56'2 bed., 1 CUSTOM • 4 bedrm., 1-3/4 bath, 1,727 aq. ft, F.P. batti. SELLER MOTIVATED. $19,000. Fenced yard, 2 car carport w/atg. GREAT LOCATION $135,000. GINGERWOOD PARK: 2 bJrma., 2 batlia, 24*jc64' KEY WEST. Thia homa HAS EVERYTHING! Wetbar, BEAUTIFUL CUSTOM HOME Terrific view Lake mirrored cloaet doora, 2 stg. aheda, cov. patio & Mead & Mtna. 3 bedrm., 2-3/4 bath, 2 car gar. MAKE MORE! SEE TODAY. $51,000. AN APPT TODAY $349,500. MORE! SEE TODAY. $51,000. 24'x64' 1984 Mobile Home-2 maater Bedrma., 2 firfi 1995 Centurian Office Z4 XIM i:fD4 moDiiv nwiiivc iiioxoi ti BEAUTIFUL AUGUSTA MODEL, 3,154 aq. ft Over^^^^ excellent cond. ONLY $39,900. looKiogA!;.Gi99VfM Mine. 4 bedrma. • bonus, rm. 4-1/2, batbb, ) car gar. 1/3 acre lot. |;,oORE-S JARfcl98 ri|Mct>^1£x 3<9.9loft 1 1/2aiflilla itol extenai. |cbr-iex58,^t>eidL, • extension. Attached irage ahed. PCE REIMOORE'S loft 1 1/2 BRAND NEW CARPET & PAINT leU you move right *'*}"? '' in. 3 bdrm, plus den or hobby rm., 2 car gar. & RV ""^'=" i^.3~ park. $127,000. ,,575 HILLCREST, 2 bedrma., 2 batha, VERY NICE REMODELTOYOURHEARrSDESIRE.Over1700 CON^mON. ACT FAST-BRING CASH NOW. yMiL ft. custom home. 2 bdrm., tePil!j5*ttk' ^ 'rp'..^^^' ^ ,,. „ ,„ ,, „-. • -* ^ ^isrrra9> 1.417.q.ft.2blrm.,op,oorplan.1/i..lotRV|;^i>^-• • • ^'•''•=-'-''^^"'•^^^^^^ Perkg, aparkling pool 4 apa, in Whitney Ranch. "•"• $139,900. GiNGERWOODPARK-2bedrm.,2batha,24'x48' 5 btrm. GREEN VALLEY TRI-LEVEL Sperkling VOYAGER, Cloaed in Cov. p-tio, 2 atg. ahed. pool/Deaigner deck, 2,882 aq. ft, wet bar, aolar ••"•"wacreena. $229,900. ^^^ CONDOMINIUMS & TOWNHOMES 15 AC. in ELDORADO VALLEY-Cleared & fenced. Part UTIL ZONED UGHT MFG. $600,000. 1.660 .q. ft, 2 bedrma., 21/2 batha. PLUS BONUS .. „= ROOM. Lake area. Pool & Spa. $129,900. Lake k Mtn. viewa from this 1/2 acra tot in LAKE MEAD VIEW ESTATES. PRICE REDUCED TO CONVENIENT & comfortable living in thia 2 bedrm., $200,000. CALL FOR DETAILS. 13/4 bath Condo, in GREAT LOCATION! Offered (or $99,900. RENTALS IN HENDERSON—Cozy 1 bedrm.. 1-1/2 bath, nearly new carpet with balcony from aac. story bedrm. ALL APPLIANCES, F.P. walk-in closeU. ceiling fan. solar acreens, Private Patio $49,000. MODULAR HOMES WITH LAND MTN. VISTA ESTATES-2 bedrm.. 2 batha, 1,440. aq. ft with loU of room (or Boat or RV Parkg. $95,500. LAKEMTN.ESTATES.1.$50aq.(t60'x125'lotTile fl. in kit, FP in LR., Large laundry rm. Separate Maater Suite Panoramic view. Lake from rear of property. $136,900. UPGRADED KEY LARGO HOME • 3 bedrma., 2 batha, 2 car gar., family room & RV parking. VIEW LAKE MEAD AVAIL NOW, $1,200. Vary nice NEW WATERS EDGE HOME—MANY EXTRAS, 3 bedrma.. 3 batha. 2 car gar., dose to Lake Mead $1,295. BOULDER HILLS CONIX) 2 bedrma.. 2 batlw. wet bar. all appl. gr. fl. AVAIL Jun. 1, $65a Nice 2 bedrm.. 2 bath, condo—aduH community, no peta, $525. Stop by and pick up your FREE CURRENT UST OF PROPERTIES AVAILABLE FOR SALE TOLL FREE! 1-800-525^910 Ext. E41 SINCERITY AND IMTEQRITY 18 OUR SPECIALTY FREE USTSI OF ALL AVALABLE PROPERTIES PICK UP-MAL-^AX FREE FULL COLOR BROCHURE OF BOULDER CITY HOMES The Boulder City Spedalists! Serving All Southern Nevada 2934663 1-800-228-8358 Fax (702) 2934645 1664 Nevada Hwy. Boulder City, NV 89005 2 bd., 1-3/4 ba., 2 ear garage. Unobetructad view $1M,900. 3 LEVEL M€lavalor. 3 bdrm., dert. Uitbaliavabia view $416,000. AFFORDABLE 3 bdrm.. 1-3/4 ba., cuatom wa car garage t206,000. COMPLETELY. UNBEUEVABLY upgraded Lake Traa $166,000. B4U LOT READY FOR ACU8TOM HOME. $118,600. EXCEPTIONAL CUSTOM: Lake viawa; 4 bdrm^ POOL $426,000. FANTASTIC 4 bdrm. w^odin-Dal UNOBSTRUCTED Lake vtowbiLk. Prado' only $1M.OOO. Mm. Mint CondHfcMi. $10$.500. iwwER a bd. • den. hwomd apa OVER 2000 af Mmufacturod homa GREAT FAMILY home naade TLC. 4 CUSTOM HOME LOTS OVER li^RVpu\ig.w/hook-^$19e.000. Wgaraga $210,000. 4 bdnn. M^MOOI $160,000. LOOKMQ LAKE MEADI12SK aot -VILLA FLORENCENaw TownPANORAMA LAKE VIEW 2 bdrm.. LARGEST SPYGLASS over 1000 homae.170O-200OeffrDm$23OA0. a-1b*8pyglaea. $127,600. af. 2 bd^ 2-1/2 ba. $133,600. OPENMon-Fri 9 am to 4 pm Sat10aiTv4pin 8un.&vM byappoliUmt Afler houre calfc Kay Kknbaribi aM-31M (p^ar)477-4iia 11 UwaOeOaete ati-iotr (St 0=1 RIAL ESTATE kfcAL LSTATE BOULDER CITY ** $20 Ml St. bede.. Ig. yard ONLY $117,500 M4 Dienne, 4 bd/2 Mh.. 1M1 eq. IL, pool $ia6K Boulder Hille, 2 bdJ2 bOi. Condo 165.500 New Spenieh Slape M Condo tlOSK 641 Otono. 4 bdJ bath. 2151 eq. a, pool t212K 601 Ave. C. 2 bd.. garege A woricetiop $105,900 1570 Bermude Dunee. 2790 fL GOLF Couree ^BBIT WNIO>i294*8482* Desert Sun RIty 293-6014 & ASSOCIATES •CUTE! 2 BED.. CARPOflT W/POWER GATE, 649 7TH STREET, ONLY $123,90a •NEW USTING! REM!^l<^M ^''^ ^^''^ GORGEOUS BACKdvtUlt> LANDSCAPED, •NEW OVERSIZED GARAGE W/A/C. $144,00a • NEW USTINGI2 BED, 2 BATH CONDO, RENTED AT $600 MO. $69,000. •BELLA VISTA LAKE VIEW LOT, GREAT LOCATION REDUCEDIII TO $131,000. •LAKE VIEWI3 BED. CORNER LOT. TILE ROOF, GARAGE. ONLY $212,000. •NEW USTING! ^VKTffVTATES, 2 BED., 2 BTH., CORNER IS9MM>WI 25,000. •COIMIMERaAL LOT NEAR CITY HALL $7S,00a •BUSINESS RENTALS FROM $375.00. HOUSE RENTAL HENDERSON, 3 BED, CENTRAL AIR % elm 1500 eq. ft. NEW HOME In :/'Sec. 10 Black Mtn. 120x135 lot "EXTRAS" $179,500. RE/MAX Eeglee View. 566-6700. E-oiao. BOATS & RVs 19B6 Claes-C Motor Home, low mileage, many extras, $15,000 OBO. 293-7756. BR15045 15-1/2 ft. Invader w/70 Evinrude. Call 594-9972/ 293-0336. BR14562 27'"STH WHEEL Good cond., asking 2950. Call 293-3117. BR14765 17' 1973 Larson wArailer cover, 120 hp Merc, in/ out, depth finder, clean, skis $2500, 293-7830. ^ BR14869 '2 HV rooflvpeeir cjjpdi^Tohers!" 2 genfcrators, t"^ 4000 portable, 1 -6500 RV type. 368-4628 call anytime. BR14946 1976 19-1/2' Glastron 302 V8 195 HP Volvo outdrive, skis, life jackets & depth fish finder & trailer $3000 for all; 1989 Tracker Party Hut, 28", 90HP Johnson outboard, life jackets. Hummingbird depth finder, extra 50 gal. gas tank $18,000. 5650415. BR14964 Must see 19 1/2' 77 Honda dual axel trailer, jet drive, new 55 olds., new interior, new Bimini top, runs & looks excel., $5500 OBO. 657-8205. BR15303 24' Coachman travel trailer, excel, cond. $2000. 564-5727. LUXURY HOME With Gorgeous view of lake. 4BR/SBAw/4car garage. Built-in Enter tainment System. S750,000 -.,1 294-1500 BOATS & RVs 16' GLA8SPAR W/ TRAILER • 90 hp Johnson Outboard w/electric tilt, runs great, great buy at $1700. Call 641-8817. BR13158 Can be seen at Lake Mead. '88 35' NOMAD Travel Trailer, ^tUIfy I loaded; w/igw l 20'. Bayliner Capri Boat. lOB,' wArailer, alunri. 5x6 shed w/refrig. 14.4 cu. ft., 3 yrs. old. All three items, orig. owner! $13,000.1714-770-4830 after 7 p.m. BR15266 isoXRi, VzAse MotorGiiide, trailer, cover, bimini, enclosure, much more. 293-4431. BR15267 26 FT. TRAVEL TRAILER self contained, sleeps 6, propane elec. refrig., carpeted, full tub & shower, extra storage, $3000 OBO. 275-3852. BC.BR15371 TRAILERS RENT OR SALE Park Models good for 1 or 2 people. Rents start $37SAjp. Sales start $1sbo/up. Ask for JeerwMlWMaho 294-8888 BOAT, RV& SELF STORAGE 704 Canyon Rd. Boulder City, NV 294-5025 Fully endosed/each unit has an alarni VEHICLfS TOP CASH PAID Fer Care A Trucks Cal Sam tor your OalaraMaOK Ceeli In 10 mbi. 5efr4Ml wn See Radiator Master Located ineide Emieakin Expraes, l4O0NVHwy. 293-RADI. VE1S061 MOVING SALE 212 HiHcrest. HD. 2 triple draaaere w/mirnxe A rwte starida, quaan water bad w^r>aw malt, lawn toole, mahogany aide board, antique crodtary. 1 block on Lake Maad i Van Waganaa SUN. ONLY 4/S,<. VE147S0 1007 Chavy G paalrum. ond., low I mM cond., $4500. see-f94& inCH E WCAWI CLASSIC 380 matm. Mmgr.,M000eO.2B48408, t. meg. VE181B0 VEHICLES 1970 Ford 3/4 ton siipercabtowingpkg.460 Cu. In. AC camper boat kMder, dual tanks. AM/ FMcaeeelte. $4500.2937830. VE14868 03 Ford Taurus SHO. 30.000 mi.. 436-2176. VE15011 77 Chevy Step Van 14* box 350 engine auto trans., pw brakes $3500. Also have RV generator A RV toot air unit $1000. 368-4628. VE1S022 Uead auto parts foreign tdomealicBiaJolwiand Sona, 1631 F^othW Dr.. 293-PART. VE15O60 •80 PLYMOUTH FURY4dr..V8.aulo,air,win over lieaL vafv flood oail 70,000 act. mL t2S0O. crii58S444£ vEisoae •87 TOYOTA CAMRY Swer.Aof^ condnion. OM

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ww^rwvwtnn i < frr^^^^w^ '^d apart in HD.ChlMienOK, 558-7736. RR1S23S Util. incl. prefer clean & neat working female NO SMOKING OR DRUGS. $365/mo., 454-6116. RR15241 WANTED: Senk>r Companion, own room, privata bath, full housepriv. $250/mo. 565-0839. RR1S252 CONDO RENTALS BC. 3 NEW LUXURY CONDOS.AIInewappl., incl. fridg., tvicto, sap. Indry. witn w/d, fp, window treatmenta, 2-car gar. w/opanera, pool, spa, RV parking. Be the first to live in these beauties, 2 bd., 2 be., or 3bd..2ba.,NOPETS,1 yr. lease, $995-$1195/ mo. -f dep. 294-4420. CRl4e85 DELUXE BOULDER CONDO 2 bd., 2 ba. Clean & Quietl Excellent Neighborhood. Nicely Landscaped. $715-1322 Georgia Avail. NOW! GREAT NEVADA REALTOR 871-0223. CR15211 CLASSOFIED AO ilM 4pjii.FHdQr for UMikyiHiie Noon IbBidQf for for you! Office warehouse suite 100O sq.ft.. 1557 Foothill Dr. Stred frontage BC $650 mo. with $550 Security Dep., 293-3115. C014854 BC approx. 1000 SF warehouse w/bdh in new plaza. Tarnis negotiable. 293-1844 weekdays to see. C013992 Office warehouse, 3000 SFinBC, Sphasepwr, avaiL Call 294-1213. C014S21 BC 1200 SF Shop with Offk:e & Bath, 15'x24' atorage k>ft. 600 SF living quartsra, full Icitchan, waaher and dryer included. Central air and latthruqutKSMZenina 100 deposit. tl200 rhonth. 293-4757. CO15047 2bd, 1-3/4 ba.,COUNTRY HLLS. Ready for [-itoyfliSriMO^dopoe. nsf. Boulder Dam Realty, Pt 293-4663. CR15227 HOUSE RENTALS Fumiahad cute, clean 1 bd.. garaoi^ W-D, appHancee. NO PETS, near Joitar's Wild. Call AM458-8064. HR15049 3bd. 2ba., rdrigeratk>n, carpet, gar.. NO PETS, lawn car*. $750/mo.Cdl Cecilia, 564-7482. HR151S6 Hwy. 95 A Horizon NEW HOME. 3 bd.. 2 be., 2 car gar., fenced yd., RV parking, $1025/mo. • • dap. Call 204-0728. HR15316 Sun City McDonald Ranch new unfum., 2 bd.. 2 ba. duplex. NO SMOKING. NO PETS $65Qfmo. $850 cleaning A key dep. 564-0080. HRIUU Newer home. 2 bd. -f den (3rdbd.)1-3/4ba..3car gar.. SoikVmo. 564-5142 CarMury21. HR14648 2bd..lbe..^PET6. $28/nK>. •• • Dep. CaU 56M625 after 4 p.m. HR16109 Boulder City Retail/Office Space 600 Sq. Ft. up Terms Negotiable B.C. Adobe Realty 293-1707 iSmr FORLEApE 4eOI>a^ft. IAM^ 11.100* tq. HMdMMA. Waoo • ^tLOl 0flMMipM9.SfMllipa04fS, ^ropoiWiisM OOOr* —• Cdl Md Mk lor Caity or Donyoo at RE/MAX EAOLra VIEW, BeS470O. MOBILE HOMES VALLEY VIEW-1992 SHvercreet. 2 bd. 2 be., deeert/hnln. view, etorage bidg., aUappHancee, covered parking. $60,000. CaH KMie 293-5757 C.B. ANCHOR REALTY. Boukler Hwy. & Russell Rd. huge 4 bd., 2 ba., $1595 down OAC. Payments of $722/mo. ind. specs. CO-OP, 5953279. MHl40e6 4bd. 2ba.. rafrlgefa tk )?^ lam. rm.. carpel, fenced NO PETS, lewn care. $t00/mo. CaH CecMia 664-7462. HR1S166 Sbd.t7B0i^mo.>dap.A aee. check. AvaM. 0/10. 6644)068. caH from 10 -6 PM. HR1S246 Unuauai eetifi A require onique tenant, 3 bd., 2 b.,pooi. lake view, BC, 2t44)664. HR1I251 aR>eaea~ar leedy i^. Mo uuniL >. 2 be., iaiv view. Iiardw eed floora, ape. TaMng applDeiiona now. 6t2-M>S6{daya) 6297466 (eve(*MB) $675/ me. • HOOO/eec. HR16260 2 bd., 1 be., quiet adult pk.. newly remodeled. 594-997^ MH14692 Meed to eel MD Trailer Eatetes, 3 bd., 2 ba., 20x56, lot 63x120. fuly landacaped A fenced only $54;900. caN Patty or Don. 564-3333. BC, 3 NEW LUXURY CONDOS. All newappL. incl. fridg., micro, sep. Indiy. with w/d, fp, window trsatnr>ente, 2-car gar. w/openera, pool, spa, RV parking. Ba the first to live in these beauties. 2 bd., 2 ba., or 3bd.2ba.,NOPETS,1 yr. lease, $1000-$1200/ mo. • • dep. 294-4420. CR14885 BC, 3 NEW LUXURY CONDOS. All new appl. incl. fridge, micro, sep, Indry witn w/d, fp, window treatments, 2-car gar w/openers, pool, spa, RV parl(ing. Ba the first to live in these beauties, 2bd,2ba,or3bd2ba, NO PETS, 1 yr. lease, $905-$1195/mo. -f dep. 294-4420. CR14061 SPY GLASS 2 bd, 2-1/2 ba.,$850mo.AvaH.6/1. Boulder Dam Realty, 293-4663. CR15228 2 bd. 1-3/4 ba., COUNTRY HILLS fumlahed $850 unflimished $780. Boukier Dam Realty, Pat 293-4663. CR15226 BOULDER SQUIRE CONDO downatairs 2 bd., 1 ba., vary nice corner unit $675, NO PETS, 293-3228. CR1S264 CONDO SALES NEW LUXURY CONDO INBC. 1150sf, 2bd, 2 ba, patio, pool, apa, carport, $88,500.293-4484. CS14951 BC 2 bd., 2-1/2 ba. Lake View Condo. Mend Neat, 3 bd.. 1-3/4 ba. houae R riced to sell $85,990. einz Prudential S.W. Realty, 293-0545. CS MOBILE HOMES TRAILERS RENTTO OWN $377 & up Call Mario 294-8888 FOR SALE OR RENT 2 bedroom w/den manufactured home in Senk>r Community. Jacuzzi ovedooUngtake Mead. $115,000 or $900 a month rent. Boulder Landng PropertiM, 2941504. MH1442S In BC double wkle 20x55, 2 bd. 2 ba.. immaculaie $29,500. CaH Mario 2946666. MH15107 1M6 DOUBLE WIDE 3 Bedroom and 2 Balh VauRed.CeWnge. Ceing Fane, i Roman Tub $34,500 CIIRay566"0563 X FOR SALE OR RENT 2 iMdroom IMMMI Of 9000 • moini rant. PfopertMO, e4"H0e. $118,000 LMidIng f _.;r^TV*'","^T' BRIAN HEAD II BRI.'VN HEAD II REAL E^ •OWETHINO NEW 16 COMNa TO BRIAN HEAOI Naw Is your flhanee to ewH ki the Hieat kixurloiie davatopmsnt, INytlal 1600 8F, 3 badreem, 1 bail, letsily eustomiiod quaNly oonalniellon. VauMsd ealllnigs, gourmet kNehan, ovaralsed gsrage and ueh, mueh more. Pre^onetruetton priee of 1326.000. Ferhiformalion,oall High Country RaeNy, 6 ^W^^^^W^^^^i^^P^^B% GREAT L0T6 IN BRIAN HEAOI The snow wW melt soon to reveel the TrsHa at Navaiel Ex8hiaiv% sMIw/rid-eut lets, paved read, all utWMes, trsee, view a Prieoe starting at tS7,9QO. Can High Country Realty, 1-6WM36-S6M. • idBSfta :riTigi, 7 *?i'i"tjM,i '^i'-^150fl9 REAL ESTATE GREATN.W.L.V. LOCATION. 3BR/3BA 2 car garage, cloM to ichools, shopping A freeway! SI 08.900 294-1500 NEED NEW or EXPERIENCED R.E. agenta for expanding office in BC. 100% commission desks available O $100/mo., $150 per transaction • • E&O. NOfranciiisafees, also liberal split arranaennenta. Non-MLS avallable. For more info, and confidential interview, call Katie, CB. Anchor Realty, 293-5757 or at 1497 Nevada Hwy. 8 irat dome on right). E13294 Lake Mead View Estates k)t11, 840 Lime Rock Rd, $125K firm. 2034299. RE13439 BC cuatom golf course home double lot. Approx. 4000eq.fL,4bd..3ba.. great room Whome theater, den, wot bar. granite, tile, pool/apa $435,000. Call 2945044. RE15123 STARmtHOME 3BR/2BA Icarfarafc, Light A bright, apes floorplas. Upgraded carpet A viayl. Large petie.(Iieatf) Own Your Own Home Now! No downpayment on Milea materials. Innovative construction financing. Call Miles Homes today, 1-800343-2884 ext. L. CHOICE MOBILE home/ building lots in Sandy Valley. 2 +1acres ea. Power at the site, underground phone, paved and/or gravel roads. Seller offering good ternrw. Phone Grace, at Amaricor Rsalty, 3651953. L0253 For Sale by the Intemal Revenue Sen/k:e 4 • .37 acre lots in Sec. 27 on Derby Dr. in Hd. Date of sale May 22 at 10 AM at IRS, 4750 W.0aivative construction financing. Call Miles Homes, today. 1-800343-2884. ext. L. PRICE REDUCED • 3 bdmi., 2 ba, fam. & liv. nm., firepl.. Lake & Mtn. Views, nwny ugpradea, easy financing, faat move-in $190,000. Ownar 293-5959. A MUST SEE!! 3BR/2BA 2 car R.V ParkiB|. Covered patio, slicd. IVfaay apgrades. Price redeced! S1S9,900 Lake View Now! FUbokws New Ma^ View EMleB CHISH 4 bednxxn 3 badiB, OpoD Fknr Plan 2S0O + sq. ft 3 FneplMsa.OoipoysMaHrrsuih..Ficncfa wooden doow. Comer of SiooeCeayaaRd A VIDB Onnde ^. < Ol l)U i I i H \NKI \K JB/O NO MONEY DOWN. Take over paynrwnta of $24a'mo. on 80 acrea. S.E. of Kingman. Arizona. Qood acceaa with view. Catt602-O51-6781. REl447e Owner selling beautiful 4 bdrni. with pool, many .improvements, 293;6871. REr5298 ''N6 M0(4EV OOWN New program. If you are working or rstirfd you nrwy queUNf to pwthaii a homa'^h no money down. CaH me today to findouthow. Qeorge371 5375. RE14628 BY"5WREr36oo"sF customs bd.. 31/2 ba., 2 car gar. in BC. Lg. corner lot, lake view, game rm.. formal, RV park & nrwra. $279,900. Call 214-5523611 for appt.REl5363 ^^f\^ "4 BM BA JjrL CUaTOM '^ Afw... Feunlain* ComMunily. Wondarful flooipHMfof MiliflaMns on iiMriy ia acra wtti pool and ape. SSW.00O. Call end aek lor Corty or DanyM M RE/ MAX EAGLE'S VIEW SM6700. wmo PVH Real Estate Hwy. 160, next to Terrible Herbst, 3 models to choose from. $50 sq. ft., over 200 lota available, 1-702-727-0445. RE14741 tF6R §ALt' • LEWIS HOME ON CORNER LOT-3bd, 1-3/4ba.,2 car gar., RV parking both sides. Remodeled kitchen w/add on dining &den. Call for appt., ask for Amy. 293-1419. RE15177 PRICED TO SELL 2BR/2BA Maa. keiafl ia bcaatlAil 55+ coai Btonity. NuatrsI decor, opca floor plao $129,000 2 CoBimercial Lots Both totally bulMabla fk-omlotliBatoiotline. Great k>catk>B ia BC. Oae for: $78,000 A Oaefor: $65,000 L'94 1500 ''i!t^:'Kit, RV parking, formal d/r, living rm. w/rock 1/p, overaized gerega. NOW 1965,000. SECTION 27Henderaon '2* den, 2be., rock Vp In living rm.,comer 116x135 lot. fully fenced, 2 eer garage. $149,900. SPYGLASS CONDO 2 bd, 2-1/2 be., beveled mirrore In dining rm., all appllancee, verticale tA>. $119,500. IMMACULATE 3 bd., 2 be.. wHh pooll Tiled floore in entry, kit A living rm. Skylight in entry, 2 car garage. $146,500. WATERS EDGE • 2 bd., 2 ba, 2 c. garage, upgraded and profeeetonaliy hindaceped, eOme lake view. $162,500. HENDERSON • CORNER LOT, 2 bd., 1 ba.. 1 car carport, new roof. ceramic tile entry, f reahly painted inekle/out. $66,5001 UPGRADED TWO LEVEL condo, 2 or 3 bd., 3.5 ba., Ingmd. apa, ceiling fane t/o, lake view A more. $279,500. WANTED! Offere on thie golf couree home wHh lerge lot, upgraded Interior, pool 6 apa, 4 bdrm. $379,500. CORNER LOT • 4 bd., 2 be., tote of ceremk tile A beveled mirrore, 13x19 padded mueic rm. in garage, 2 c/cpt. $160,000. DEL PR ADO tile roof, 1577 a.f., f reehly painted intertor, covered patk>, sparkling pool A more...Reduced to $179,900. MANUFACTUHEO HOMES LAKE VIEW2 car carport, atorage, 2 bd., 2 ba., fam. rm. w/wet bar. large leundry rm. Home warrantyl $135,000. THIRTY YEAR HNANaNG available 2 bd., den. 2 be., new carpet, appllancee, vinyl, cabinete, now $99,500. DEVELOPERS HOME IN LK. MTN. ESTATESI2259 s.f., 3 bd.. 2 ba., fam. rm., laland kKchan, f^ In L/R, lake view, pool A epe. $249,500. SELLER WANTS 0FFMM||il9lbd., 2 ba., carport *RV parking. atorage/workahop, —^ VriMiijn in.imn GLASS A SCREEN PATK) • lake view, 2 bd., 2 be., 3 car carport, atorage bkig., lota of RV parking. Laaae/option available. $137,260. PEACE A QUIET 2 bd., 2 be., fam. rm., lake view, covered porch, cerpet, vinyl peint 1995. $128,000. MOBILES IN PARKS NEW LISTING—VILLA HERMOSA 14x60,3 bd.. 2 be., covermi parking, porch, like newl $24,000 Including furniehlnge. B.C. TRAILER PARK comer lot. 3 bd., 2 be., covered parking, central alr/htg. $24,000. DESERT VIEW from covered porch. 44x24 home with drywall Interior. 1991 Silvarcraat, all appllancee, 2 bd. $59,500. COMMERCIAL COMMERaAL BLDG'S akie by aide on buey Nevada Hwy. 640 a.f. bkig., lota 09x156 $275,000.9900 a.f. bkig. on 93x166 lot $750,000. BLDG. & BUSINESS In the heart of B.C. Gee etatton wlHi'i^lienk: on duty. Buey comer on Nev. Hwy. $395,000. BYOWNER.4bd..2-1/2 ba. + office. 2400 sq. ft. Lewis Home. New win^dow ^^wfertngs*? Hugo patio cover w/misters. Completely ahaded, low main, front & rear yds. Excel, cond. Loads of RV pkg. $176,500. 2932408.lv.msg. RE15263 =:tsj dsao CoMMl Banker RMMWIHII Real Eftal*. An Equal Oppolunly Conpaxy. Equal Houiing Oppoilunty. SoffM Otiloa* IndapandantV Ownad and Oparalad 1 % % Adobe Realty (702) 293-1707 ^ ilOMES ^ THIS WEEK'S SPECIALI...Lovety 3 bdrm.. 2000 CHECK IT OUTI sq. ft. iKNna on a quiet cul-de-aac w/leke view. Eeay malnterMUKe, energy efficient, with pool. Lake Mead View Eetatee...$295,000. i ON A BUDQET7...Startar home on e comer lot, 2 bdrm., 1 bath...$B4,500. BETTER THAN A MODEL..3 bdrm., 2-3/4 bath, approx. 1050 aq. ft, nicely upgra40S7 OauSta fteacha 3a>4e4t DIanM VMIMM 3-42S4 irorth 1SS-T974 CrMnaLaeiManFnwta,Brey_. VALLEYGreat 2bd.. 2ba. Good aa new. Only 6110.000. Call Larry Shaffer. RE/MAX Eagle'a View 566-6700 t.Oi.0.0. K. -^ car detached garage, beautiful lake view forever! 40K B C DM'I WWT7 b happy. Let Sandra Deabier 271-3277 REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE L FOR ALL YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDS.. Call Handaraon'a *1 Real Eatata Team BRENDA BIRD GRI, CRS Lifetime Henderaon Resident 564-1127 WENDY WILLIAMS ^v-<^/i 378-1689 ^ mJn Over $ 100,000.000 in Sales 27 years combined Real Esute experience! "TTia DYNAMIC DIW Sa/to Homeal" When you're thinking of buying or f selling a home, you'll want the transaction to proceed swiftly and etfteienlly. Thai's why you should kx>k lor a real estate professional with special expertise In listing, selling. Investment and taxes. Someone with a proven record of experlerxx! Someone you can toist. That someone Is a Certified Reskjentlal Specialist (CRS), your best choice jp real estate. Call Dave Barard RWMax Eagla't Vlw Brokar/Q.R.I. CRS (702) 566-6700 REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE ThePrudential Jensen's Realty Thinking of Buying or Selling? The Rode h the answerl The Prudential Jenean'e Realty Spaclaliiea In Reeldentlal-Commcrclal and Property Management xl ^'^l'*' *• **rv yeu *^ H6iKl6r6on Boulder City J^^ 564-3333 293-3355 — '^ oftoanNenr 1 Realty \ "V/* mak kouM calU" HIGHLAND HILLS Expanded Z-Story With 3-Car Garage. Spacious! DOWNTOWN HENDERSON 3 BR., 2 BA Affordable & Convenient! v OWNER WILL CARRY 2600 Sq. Ft. Home on 1/2 Acre Pecos & Sunset SPECIALIZING IN***** HENDERSON AREA PROPEHTIES FRED & ELLIE KNAPP Multl-Mmion Dollar Pndmctn Ucenanf REALTORS Sine* 197* Ph. 566-8185 OuUUe of Nevada l-$00-209-267S If m. rbdIAc A>., It,, li. HratrnM. NVaVOJJ -nERRinCBUY 4BR/2BA Open floor plan with pool. Great area cloase to golf course. 2 car garage. $178,00 294-1,500 X'LENT LOCATlbN Lot nestled between iMarshall Plaza & Farmers Ins. on Higliway. Call Brad for info. $325,000 294-1500 Qaitim HIGH COUNTRY REALTY Peggy Edwarde Aaaociale Brolcer/Manager Brian Head, Utah We spKlaHze tn 'Oul BacIT properties for High Country Raaly Farms Rancttes IMountaln Properly Desert Properly • Propeftias near Zlon & Capitol Reel Nafl. Parks (owttef.igM<) ~ rM=-, MET JOHNSON 1=^1TAYLOR JOHNSON P.O. Box 560 • New Harmony. Utafi 84757 801 -686-011 2 Fex801-SB6-7660 o 21 Henderson Realty, Inc. 'The Property People" 18 Water Street 564-2515 Call now for new homa Information! S69.900.GARAGR!. Great buy near downtown Henderson. New tile floor in kitchen & bath. Large lot, RV Parking, alley acces.s. T:44578 CALICO RIDGE • Sparkhng pod, fantastic floor plan, 1/2 acre lot. Super Sharp Home! C:56904 GREAT ARKA 3 bdnn., 1 bath, large lot-RV Parking-won't last, $74,500. B:59760 ;v:: TOWNHOUSE 2 bed., 2 baths. Perfect for 1st time buyers or retirees—Priced right. K:40653 CUTE TOWNHOUSE CentraUy located in Las Vegas. Large rooms, 2 Bedrooms, lot.s of storage, $52,500, F:52016 l£} OCMflTUNITY EACH OFFICE IS INDEPENtJENTLY OWNED AND OPERATED, DICK BLAIR REALTY 833 NEVADA HWY., BOULDER CITY z^ 17021 293-2171 (gt When you're ftl, you can do things others can't. m^^m^^ mmaM% Century 21 JR Realty STILL AVAILABLEI Offer fell ttirul Great price for a 3 bedroom, 2 batti tiome w/covered patio & huge back yard! Listed at only $92,5001 GREAT STARTER HOME. 3 bedroome, 1 bath In a good eetebllehed neighborhood. RV parking, hugelot.-neaeonably{)rtcedl$77,^eL • -v'< NO EXTRAS NEEDED, EVERYTHING IS DONEI Breekfast nook, 3 bedrooms, 2 beths, desert lendscaplng front & back. 2 car finished garage w/opener & etorage ahelf. Alarm, celling fene, eolar ecreene, reeerve oemosis, & much, much OHH LA LA thie letlw onel Ltoe oimv perking w/ backyerd access, covered patio, built-in gee BBQ, storege shed, fruit treee, rose bushee, lueh landscaping and thefe |ust the outside. CALL NOW for your Inside viewing of this Woodrtdgo neighborhood homel $111,900. AN EXPRESSION OF INDIVIDUALITY le reflected In this unique 2 bedroom, 2 bath custom home. Designed for privecy & EZ living. Site on 1 ecre, zoned for horses. Attractive low malntenence desert landscape, plue view deck to edmire surrounding mountains & city lights. Call uefor detallsl ACROSS FROM GREEN VALLEYHIQH SCHOOL Spacious 2 bedroom, 2 bath condo. 1162 sq. ft A must seel Priced to eell, $79,9001 IDEAL FOR FIRST TIME HOME BUYERI 3 bedroom, 1 t>eth home, fully fenced, cloee to schools & shopping. Eligible for several special buyer programs. Asking only $79,900. We Offer Buyer Representation Please Call For Details. 101 E. Horizon, Henderson ^ 564-6546 B Pllr Gir.T-SBr m-Wli A"" """" f^*'-'B..b BUIr, Brok.r. Andre. And,r. in-il7 Cindy Bdy Rhond. SUdp 293-77S N.ncy Murphy I Moynihan 293.|02 Kmhy J Rkhl Richard Guy. 69II.4M4 293-2M9 294-2919 29J-3292 .293-4915 Serving Boulder City Since 1968 ^Q^,gg MOBILE HOMES IN PARKS 2acreeeUte-5bedrm.,4bath,8cargar.,6,136 Boulder City M.H.P. 1981 MANTEE 12'x52'. 2 •q. ft living apace. Gueat Quartera, PRICED UNbadftna. GREAT DEAL! $15,500. DER APPRAISAL AT $949,999. MOORE'S TR.PK.-1976DELMAR12X56'2 bed., 1 CUSTOM • 4 bedrm., 1-3/4 bath, 1,727 aq. ft, F.P. batti. SELLER MOTIVATED. $19,000. Fenced yard, 2 car carport w/atg. GREAT LOCATION $135,000. GINGERWOOD PARK: 2 bJrma., 2 batlia, 24*jc64' KEY WEST. Thia homa HAS EVERYTHING! Wetbar, BEAUTIFUL CUSTOM HOME Terrific view Lake mirrored cloaet doora, 2 stg. aheda, cov. patio & Mead & Mtna. 3 bedrm., 2-3/4 bath, 2 car gar. MAKE MORE! SEE TODAY. $51,000. AN APPT TODAY $349,500. MORE! SEE TODAY. $51,000. 24'x64' 1984 Mobile Home-2 maater Bedrma., 2 firfi 1995 Centurian Office Z4 XIM i:fD4 moDiiv nwiiivc iiioxoi ti BEAUTIFUL AUGUSTA MODEL, 3,154 aq. ft Over^^^^ excellent cond. ONLY $39,900. looKiogA!;.Gi99VfM Mine. 4 bedrma. • bonus, rm. 4-1/2, batbb, ) car gar. 1/3 acre lot. |;,oORE-S JARfcl98 ri|Mct>^1£x 3<9.9loft 1 1/2aiflilla itol extenai. |cbr-iex58,^t>eidL, • extension. Attached irage ahed. PCE REIMOORE'S loft 1 1/2 BRAND NEW CARPET & PAINT leU you move right *'*}"? '' in. 3 bdrm, plus den or hobby rm., 2 car gar. & RV ""^'=" i^.3~ park. $127,000. ,,575 HILLCREST, 2 bedrma., 2 batha, VERY NICE REMODELTOYOURHEARrSDESIRE.Over1700 CON^mON. ACT FAST-BRING CASH NOW. yMiL ft. custom home. 2 bdrm., tePil!j5*ttk' ^ 'rp'..^^^' ^ ,,. „ ,„ ,, „-. • -* ^ ^isrrra9> 1.417.q.ft.2blrm.,op,oorplan.1/i..lotRV|;^i>^-• • • ^'•''•=-'-''^^"'•^^^^^^ Perkg, aparkling pool 4 apa, in Whitney Ranch. "•"• $139,900. GiNGERWOODPARK-2bedrm.,2batha,24'x48' 5 btrm. GREEN VALLEY TRI-LEVEL Sperkling VOYAGER, Cloaed in Cov. p-tio, 2 atg. ahed. pool/Deaigner deck, 2,882 aq. ft, wet bar, aolar ••"•"wacreena. $229,900. ^^^ CONDOMINIUMS & TOWNHOMES 15 AC. in ELDORADO VALLEY-Cleared & fenced. Part UTIL ZONED UGHT MFG. $600,000. 1.660 .q. ft, 2 bedrma., 21/2 batha. PLUS BONUS .. „= ROOM. Lake area. Pool & Spa. $129,900. Lake k Mtn. viewa from this 1/2 acra tot in LAKE MEAD VIEW ESTATES. PRICE REDUCED TO CONVENIENT & comfortable living in thia 2 bedrm., $200,000. CALL FOR DETAILS. 13/4 bath Condo, in GREAT LOCATION! Offered (or $99,900. RENTALS IN HENDERSON—Cozy 1 bedrm.. 1-1/2 bath, nearly new carpet with balcony from aac. story bedrm. ALL APPLIANCES, F.P. walk-in closeU. ceiling fan. solar acreens, Private Patio $49,000. MODULAR HOMES WITH LAND MTN. VISTA ESTATES-2 bedrm.. 2 batha, 1,440. aq. ft with loU of room (or Boat or RV Parkg. $95,500. LAKEMTN.ESTATES.1.$50aq.(t60'x125'lotTile fl. in kit, FP in LR., Large laundry rm. Separate Maater Suite Panoramic view. Lake from rear of property. $136,900. UPGRADED KEY LARGO HOME • 3 bedrma., 2 batha, 2 car gar., family room & RV parking. VIEW LAKE MEAD AVAIL NOW, $1,200. Vary nice NEW WATERS EDGE HOME—MANY EXTRAS, 3 bedrma.. 3 batha. 2 car gar., dose to Lake Mead $1,295. BOULDER HILLS CONIX) 2 bedrma.. 2 batlw. wet bar. all appl. gr. fl. AVAIL Jun. 1, $65a Nice 2 bedrm.. 2 bath, condo—aduH community, no peta, $525. Stop by and pick up your FREE CURRENT UST OF PROPERTIES AVAILABLE FOR SALE TOLL FREE! 1-800-525^910 Ext. E41 SINCERITY AND IMTEQRITY 18 OUR SPECIALTY FREE USTSI OF ALL AVALABLE PROPERTIES PICK UP-MAL-^AX FREE FULL COLOR BROCHURE OF BOULDER CITY HOMES The Boulder City Spedalists! Serving All Southern Nevada 2934663 1-800-228-8358 Fax (702) 2934645 1664 Nevada Hwy. Boulder City, NV 89005 2 bd., 1-3/4 ba., 2 ear garage. Unobetructad view $1M,900. 3 LEVEL M€lavalor. 3 bdrm., dert. Uitbaliavabia view $416,000. AFFORDABLE 3 bdrm.. 1-3/4 ba., cuatom wa car garage t206,000. COMPLETELY. UNBEUEVABLY upgraded Lake Traa $166,000. B4U LOT READY FOR ACU8TOM HOME. $118,600. EXCEPTIONAL CUSTOM: Lake viawa; 4 bdrm^ POOL $426,000. FANTASTIC 4 bdrm. w^odin-Dal UNOBSTRUCTED Lake vtowbiLk. Prado' only $1M.OOO. Mm. Mint CondHfcMi. $10$.500. iwwER a bd. • den. hwomd apa OVER 2000 af Mmufacturod homa GREAT FAMILY home naade TLC. 4 CUSTOM HOME LOTS OVER li^RVpu\ig.w/hook-^$19e.000. Wgaraga $210,000. 4 bdnn. M^MOOI $160,000. LOOKMQ LAKE MEADI12SK aot -VILLA FLORENCENaw TownPANORAMA LAKE VIEW 2 bdrm.. LARGEST SPYGLASS over 1000 homae.170O-200OeffrDm$23OA0. a-1b*8pyglaea. $127,600. af. 2 bd^ 2-1/2 ba. $133,600. OPENMon-Fri 9 am to 4 pm Sat10aiTv4pin 8un.&vM byappoliUmt Afler houre calfc Kay Kknbaribi aM-31M (p^ar)477-4iia 11 UwaOeOaete ati-iotr (St 0=1 RIAL ESTATE kfcAL LSTATE BOULDER CITY ** $20 Ml St. bede.. Ig. yard ONLY $117,500 M4 Dienne, 4 bd/2 Mh.. 1M1 eq. IL, pool $ia6K Boulder Hille, 2 bdJ2 bOi. Condo 165.500 New Spenieh Slape M Condo tlOSK 641 Otono. 4 bdJ bath. 2151 eq. a, pool t212K 601 Ave. C. 2 bd.. garege A woricetiop $105,900 1570 Bermude Dunee. 2790 fL GOLF Couree ^BBIT WNIO>i294*8482* Desert Sun RIty 293-6014 & ASSOCIATES •CUTE! 2 BED.. CARPOflT W/POWER GATE, 649 7TH STREET, ONLY $123,90a •NEW USTING! REM!^l<^M ^''^ ^^''^ GORGEOUS BACKdvtUlt> LANDSCAPED, •NEW OVERSIZED GARAGE W/A/C. $144,00a • NEW USTINGI2 BED, 2 BATH CONDO, RENTED AT $600 MO. $69,000. •BELLA VISTA LAKE VIEW LOT, GREAT LOCATION REDUCEDIII TO $131,000. •LAKE VIEWI3 BED. CORNER LOT. TILE ROOF, GARAGE. ONLY $212,000. •NEW USTING! ^VKTffVTATES, 2 BED., 2 BTH., CORNER IS9MM>WI 25,000. •COIMIMERaAL LOT NEAR CITY HALL $7S,00a •BUSINESS RENTALS FROM $375.00. HOUSE RENTAL HENDERSON, 3 BED, CENTRAL AIR % elm 1500 eq. ft. NEW HOME In :/'Sec. 10 Black Mtn. 120x135 lot "EXTRAS" $179,500. RE/MAX Eeglee View. 566-6700. E-oiao. BOATS & RVs 19B6 Claes-C Motor Home, low mileage, many extras, $15,000 OBO. 293-7756. BR15045 15-1/2 ft. Invader w/70 Evinrude. Call 594-9972/ 293-0336. BR14562 27'"STH WHEEL Good cond., asking 2950. Call 293-3117. BR14765 17' 1973 Larson wArailer cover, 120 hp Merc, in/ out, depth finder, clean, skis $2500, 293-7830. ^ BR14869 '2 HV rooflvpeeir cjjpdi^Tohers!" 2 genfcrators, t"^ 4000 portable, 1 -6500 RV type. 368-4628 call anytime. BR14946 1976 19-1/2' Glastron 302 V8 195 HP Volvo outdrive, skis, life jackets & depth fish finder & trailer $3000 for all; 1989 Tracker Party Hut, 28", 90HP Johnson outboard, life jackets. Hummingbird depth finder, extra 50 gal. gas tank $18,000. 5650415. BR14964 Must see 19 1/2' 77 Honda dual axel trailer, jet drive, new 55 olds., new interior, new Bimini top, runs & looks excel., $5500 OBO. 657-8205. BR15303 24' Coachman travel trailer, excel, cond. $2000. 564-5727. LUXURY HOME With Gorgeous view of lake. 4BR/SBAw/4car garage. Built-in Enter tainment System. S750,000 -.,1 294-1500 BOATS & RVs 16' GLA8SPAR W/ TRAILER • 90 hp Johnson Outboard w/electric tilt, runs great, great buy at $1700. Call 641-8817. BR13158 Can be seen at Lake Mead. '88 35' NOMAD Travel Trailer, ^tUIfy I loaded; w/igw l 20'. Bayliner Capri Boat. lOB,' wArailer, alunri. 5x6 shed w/refrig. 14.4 cu. ft., 3 yrs. old. All three items, orig. owner! $13,000.1714-770-4830 after 7 p.m. BR15266 isoXRi, VzAse MotorGiiide, trailer, cover, bimini, enclosure, much more. 293-4431. BR15267 26 FT. TRAVEL TRAILER self contained, sleeps 6, propane elec. refrig., carpeted, full tub & shower, extra storage, $3000 OBO. 275-3852. BC.BR15371 TRAILERS RENT OR SALE Park Models good for 1 or 2 people. Rents start $37SAjp. Sales start $1sbo/up. Ask for JeerwMlWMaho 294-8888 BOAT, RV& SELF STORAGE 704 Canyon Rd. Boulder City, NV 294-5025 Fully endosed/each unit has an alarni VEHICLfS TOP CASH PAID Fer Care A Trucks Cal Sam tor your OalaraMaOK Ceeli In 10 mbi. 5efr4Ml wn See Radiator Master Located ineide Emieakin Expraes, l4O0NVHwy. 293-RADI. VE1S061 MOVING SALE 212 HiHcrest. HD. 2 triple draaaere w/mirnxe A rwte starida, quaan water bad w^r>aw malt, lawn toole, mahogany aide board, antique crodtary. 1 block on Lake Maad i Van Waganaa SUN. ONLY 4/S,<. VE147S0 1007 Chavy G paalrum. ond., low I mM cond., $4500. see-f94& inCH E WCAWI CLASSIC 380 matm. Mmgr.,M000eO.2B48408, t. meg. VE181B0 VEHICLES 1970 Ford 3/4 ton siipercabtowingpkg.460 Cu. In. AC camper boat kMder, dual tanks. AM/ FMcaeeelte. $4500.2937830. VE14868 03 Ford Taurus SHO. 30.000 mi.. 436-2176. VE15011 77 Chevy Step Van 14* box 350 engine auto trans., pw brakes $3500. Also have RV generator A RV toot air unit $1000. 368-4628. VE1S022 Uead auto parts foreign tdomealicBiaJolwiand Sona, 1631 F^othW Dr.. 293-PART. VE15O60 •80 PLYMOUTH FURY4dr..V8.aulo,air,win over lieaL vafv flood oail 70,000 act. mL t2S0O. crii58S444£ vEisoae •87 TOYOTA CAMRY Swer.Aof^ condnion. OM

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IU I • I ^^ wmmm^immmmmmmfmmmmm W XT • ^^mj^'^f^r: 'W^-' 94^^*3 MeMOIIUL Mr D^MNJNES Because of (he Memorial Day hoNciay* MMW ofTices wiN be closed on Mon^, it^ 27. The deadline for classified advertising in the Tuesday, May 28. edition is noMi, Friday, Miqr 24. For display advertising in the Tuesday. May 28. edition: 5 p.m. Thursday, May 23. / For display advertising in the Panorama section of May 30: 3 p.M. Friday, May 24. Thursday, May 23,1996 Henderson, Nevada iso^ ONE MAN'S VIEW MIKE O'CALLAQHAN Next week we celebrate Memorial Day and I would like to mention a man who died in Vietnam. He is USAF Capt Lance P. S^jan of Milwaukee. Sljan, a class of 1965 graduate from the Air Force Academy, has a hall named in his honor on the Colorado Springs campus. I picked Sijan as a special hero because of his conduct as a POW. From what other former POWs have told me, there can't be a more helpless situation than to be held by a vengeful enemy who knows no limits to the torture he can and will apply. Edward F. Murphy writing in "Vietnam Medal of Honor Heroes" tells us, 'Sijan! My name is Lance Peter S^jan!' The voice, raspy and filled with pain, spoke defiantly to a North Vietnamese interrogator. For over two hours the enemy officer had tortured the downed pilot. He'd say to the POW, 'Your arm, your arm is very bad. I am going to twist it unless you tell me.' The prisoners in. nearby bamboo cells would hear the unseen Air Force officer say, 'I'm not going to tell you, it's against the code of conduct.' Then they would hear him scream. They knew the guard was twisting his arm. The other prisoners had no idea of their fellow captive's identity. All they had seen was a badly beaten and amaciated body thrown into a cell. Tl^en the questioning started. "Amazingly, the prisoner threatened his captor. "Wait till I get better, you SOB,' he told the North Vietnamese, 'you're r,,t^ly gornr^togefcTt,^,^. i^'ST -^^--TTiey couldn't believ^aTitan could be so bold..." Prior to being capUired after his F-4 Phantom had been shot down near Vinh, North Vietnam, Nov. 9,1967, Sijan had done his best to evade the enemy. Murphy writes, "Syan suffered a skull fracture a mangled right hand with three fingers bent back to the wrist, and a compound fracture of the See One Man's View Page 2 INSIDE The stories behind local school namesakes P.inorani I row PBS to air Memorial Day concert TV N.?w. I Editorials Education 4-5 6 Movies 10 Happenings Seniors 11 12 Deaths 15 Volunm 47. 42nd fdHan Ka-CPtMoMoM K>eoise43o NMidMMn,NV( (TW>ss<-iasi John Judge/News Staff '. COMMUNITY — Police Chief Tommy Bums presents Officers Ed Veatch and Gerry Russell with Special Recognition CommunitY Police Officer Awards at the Green Valley/Henderson Optimist Club's second annual Respect For Law luncheon Wednesday at the Black Mountain Golf and Country Club. Optimist Club honors law Thomas Lacy News Staff Writer officers Four Henderson law enforcement officers were honored May 15 by the Green Valley/Henderson Optimist Club at its annual luncheon recognizing Respect for Law Enforcement Week, May 12-18. The event, held at the Black Mountain Country Chib, attracted fiore than 100 law enforcement personnel and guests, to pay tribute to this year's honorees. Jackie Brooks w£is selected Henderson Police Officer of the fY^. Scott Stewart was named ^orriectiohal Officer of the Year. Community Policing Oflficers Garry Russell and Ed Veatch received Special Recognition awards. Optimist Terry Davis said the awards luncheon, honoring excellence in law enforcement, is just one of many activities the club sponsors. "I think in all the things we do, we show Henderson in a positive light," Davis said. "For this year's awards luncheon, DETENTION — Henderson Police Chi^ Tommy Bums presents Corrections Officer Scott Stewart with the Corrections Officer of the Year Award at the Green Valley/Henderson Optimist Club's Respect for Law Luncheon. we had a lot of support from the community and local businesses. That really helped to make it a success." Among those attending the event were Clark County District Attorney Stewart Bell, FBI Special Agent in Charge Bobby Siller, Henderson Police Chief Tommy Burns, Henderson See Law Page 2 Voters 4a fieeide on school bond in November Kathy Sireetar Uews Staff Writer The Clark County Board of School Trustees will ask voters for $815.6 million to build new and upgrade existing schools on the November ballot. The bond issue will be presented in two parts: Part A, which would generate $642.7 million, and Part B which would generate $172.9 million. Part A would increase taxes $38.47 annually on a home valued at $100,000. Part B would increase taxes on the same home an additional $16.07 for a total $54.54 annual tax increase. Voters can approve Part A without approving Part B. If Part A passes, 45% of the money will be used to rehabilitate and modernize existing schools, 55% will be used to build new schools. A total of 20 new schools could be funded under Part A alone: 16 elementary schools, one middle school and three regularsize (2,700-8tudent)high schools. Part B carries options to downsize secondary schools and build more of them. A mix of the current 2,700-student high schools Committee and smaller l,80&-8tadent high schools could be built. It would also allow some new middle schools to operate on a ninemonth rather than a year-round schedule. Part B would also allow the Advance Technologies Academy, a magnet school on Vegas Drive near Martin Luther King Boulevard, to function as a comprehensive high school. The school would draw students from the West Laa Vegas area. The bond proposal does not include plans for a separate high school in the predominantely black West Las Vegas area. Amotion to put the bond question on the November ballot was approved 5-1 by the board at a special meeting Tuesday ni^^t Trustee Judy Witt was not present at the meeting, and Trustee James McMillan dissented. A spokesperson for the school district said McMillan voiced concern during the meting that the bond proposal would not do enough for the West Las Vegas area, which McMillan represents. .. ., Ill ited to nominate new judge PwiSzydeike Managing Editor ,f--'--^^:Hatians for th0ity^^cond municipal court judge. The five-member committee is expected to set a deadline for applications, review qualifications of the applicants, conduct interviews if necessary and to recommend three candidates to the City Council The Coimcil hopes to make a final selection by July. Coimcilman Andy Hafen selected Doug Grady to sit on the committee; Covmcilman Amanda Cyphers selected Bob Campbell; Councilman David Wood chose Claire lVtacf)onald; Councilman Jack Clark picked Jerry Saldana; and Mayor Bob Groesbedi picked Selma Bartlett. -Theanpointedjudgewiltewervunti] Mdt spring's moil^W elections, when voters will select a judge for a four-year term. The city's growth triggered the need for a second judge to serve in addition to current mtuiicipal court Judge Ken Proctor Council members said they were aware their selection mil create an incumbent who will likely have an edge in the election, but said the selection not See Judge Page 2 -casino won't affect scliool safety, principal Reedom says D.B. Mardniak News Staff Writer A proposed hotel-casino in Green Valley Ranch will not affect the safety of school children, said Dr. Carolyn Reedom, principal of the nearby Vanderburg Elementary School at a community meeting Monday night. Reedom addressed several residents' concerns about child safety if the hotel-casino is built. A second formal community meeting was arranged by the American Nevada Corp. with professionals addressing concerns about ardiitecture, traffic and land values. Discussion turned toward residents' concerns about child safety. Reedom, representing the sdiool under construction, rose firom the audience to speak. 1 would not come to expect anyone tnm the casino on the grounds," she said. Although Reedom said random problems could occur, she said someone could walk onto the grounds of any school. The close proximity of the proposed casino doesn't necessarily increase the odds of a casino patron causing trouble at a school. Citing what Henderson Police Chief Tommy Bums had said at an earlier meeting, Reedom said that those going to a casino have no interest in neighboihoods, they are only interested in the casino. "Diey would have to make a real effort (to go to the school),' ... *I have a lot of confidence at the school that their safety will be in place," she said. In other casino issues. Brad Nelson, senior vice president of community development for ANC, annoimced thatbmlding heists for the project will not exceed 150 feet Nelson said ANC officials SM Casino Page 15 Misplaced office/warehouse causes headache for city Council allows Van Wagenen building with conditions Paul SyzdeHco Managing Editor A slightly* misplaced office/ warehouse under construction on the northeast comer of Van Wagenen and Victory Road has had residents, city officials and the developer seeking to correct mistakes made in the planning process. The Henderson City Council on Tuesday attempted to solve the problem without taking the drastic step of helving the building demolished. "I can assure you I have no appetite for tearing the building down. It would appear that there was an error made on both sides," Mayor Bob Groesbeck said. Afield inspection revealed the building has less than the required setback from the street "Hiis discrepancy was not realited during the Architectural Review approval of when the building permit was issued," a staff report said. Staff also noted that Van Wagenen is designated as a secondary arterial street with a minimum of 80-foot width. The new building should have been set back a minimum of 40 feet from the center line of Van Wagenen, plus lOfeetofsetback for a total of 50 feet. Field inspection revealed at one point the distance between the center line and the property line measured about 31 feet, the report said. The result is decreased visibility at the intersection. The Henderson Planning Commission had recommended 5-1 (with Commissioner Danny Sanders the lone diasenter) to deny both a variance request and an ardiitectural review and to forward the matter to the Traffic Advisory Board. City ordinance requires, however, that denied requests at the Planning Commission be forwarded to the City Council. The Council approved the variance and the architectural review with three conditions: •Only grass will be ellowed between the buildinf and Van Wagenen Street. Landscaping should not be elevated to beyond the curb height •Van Wagenen will be restriped approximately 600 feet from each side of the intersection with Victory Road, and the tnivd lane should be sufficient to indude a five-foot bicycle lane on the north side of street nhis lane would be posted for bicycles only to reduce the use of it by vdiiclea," Traffic Engaaeer John Bartells wrote in a report to Planning Director Mary Kay Pack. "What that would accomplish wouM be to move the trelRc farther away from the curb, so that people who are stopped on Victory would be able to see traffic sooner.* •'nie develops should pay tar the relocation of a power pole that also impedea the vision of notoriats. City Attomay Shaona Hog^ said ^ will nefotiete a peyoMBt with developer Danny Segler to move ^a power pole. M I