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1997-01-28 - Henderson Home News

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1997-01-28 - Henderson Home News
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Jackson, Sharon ( Columnist )
Marciniak, D. B. ( Columnist )
Szydelko, Paul ( Columnist )
Brewer, Ray ( Columnist )
Weidenfeld, Rob ( Photographer )
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SUNNYVMi, CA 94086 04/04/99 MAIL X 1 Area contiiH to shin Tuesday, January 28,1997 Henderson, Nevada ^SS!p Rob Weidenfeld/News Staff SUPER BOWL BREAK — Kinko's Copy Center employee Matt Ingenthron, far left, and Jitters Gourmet Coffee shop employees Beth England and David Niegsch catch a few moments of Sunday's Super Bowl in between customers. avoids re-trial, pleads no Sharon Jackson News Staff Writer • ] I =1=---^ Henderson resident Aaron Trumbo entered a plea of no contest to voluntary manslaughter in Clark County District Court, Dept 8, Friday morning. Trumbo's attorney William Skupa said Judge Lee Gates will convict Trumbo of voluntary manslaughter and he will be sentenced March 14. Skupa added the plea bargain agreement means Gates could put Trumbo on probation for up to five years—he may also have to do community service. AlUiough Trumbo will serve no time in custody, there will be an underlying prison sentence if he violates his probation terms. The underljring sentence could be up to a 10-year prison term. ^ Accordii^( to District Attorney Jim Miller, the charge of at-. tempted murder with use of • deadly weapon will be dropped at the time of sentencing. The people on the other side are imhappy with this," Skupa said, '^e [^e defense] Hdttk it it a large penalty to pay for defending yourself, but plea bargains are a compromise for both sides," Skupa said. It's been more than a year; since the altercation at the Lake! Mead Recreational area between! Trumbo, Leonard Luna Jr. and; Michael Marshall which ended' in Luna's death. Luna sustained nine stab; wounds, Marshall suffered four and survived the attack. While Trumbo, his fiance and one of her friends were fishing at Lake Mead's 33 hole, rocks See Trumbo Page 3 Reserve back to planners D.B. Mardniak News Staff Writer Following through on plans for expanding the initial proposal, Ameristar Casino Las Vegas, Inc., developer of Henderson's "The Reserve Hotel and Casino, is seeking approval from the Henderson Planning Commission. The commission will rule on the hotel/casino item and other unrelated items at 7 p.m. Thursday in City Council Chambers, 240 Water St. Due to a change in the ownership group for the project, the initial size of the casino, being built at 777 W. Lake Mead Dr., will expand by 224 hotel rooms and 277,303 square feet of casino, restaurant, meeting room, office and retail space. Construction at the site had slowed to allow Ameristar officials to design an expansion for the project. Prior to continuing construction, a use permit and architectural review of expansion plans must be approved. Gem Gaming traded the majority of its stock in the project to Ameristar last fall. Once Ameristar acquired control of the project, officials determined the project would be more successful if it were to open with more hotel See Reserve Page 5 rlNSIDE Overview 2 J Education 4 _6 1 Sports _7 1 Oassified ^ 1 _9 1 Volunm4,me(mon 1 H.B.C. Pubacailefw 1 (7et)ia4-iiai ^^^ Members of the Roberts Elementary chorus, under the direction of Suzanne Bertman, wear dark sunglasses for a performance of 'Wanna Plant Some Seed' during Thursday's dedication ceremony. Photos by Rob Weidenfeld/News Staff ROBERTS ELEMENTARY DEDICATED Aggie Roberts, known as the 'Plant Lsdy" to ares school children, addresses a crowd gsthered st the school which besrs her nsms during s dedication ceremony Thursday night. Roberts hss served as s horticulturist with the Nevada Cooperative Extension for 19 years, snd has taught extensively throughout the aark County School District. Roberts Elementary first-grader Amanda O'Brien reads a poem in honor of Aggie Roberts as Roberts son. Bill, Roberts and Nevada Cooperative Extension area specialist Robert Morris look on. Percell outlines redevelopment plans D.B. Marciniak News Staff Writer Brighter days are ahead for the downtown redevelopment area, Redevelopment Director Brad Percell said last week. Percell, in an interview with theNews, outlined objectives the agency has begun to form since its inception in December 1994. Once a nu^or project is attracted to the area, it will spark further development causing a snowball effect, he said. "Cities are like organisms. They grow and die in and grow out and die again," he said. By attracting new development to the downtown area, other quality development will blossom, Percell added. The redevelopment area, which comprises of the Townsite planning area from Boulder Highway to the interstate along Lake Mead Drive and the Union Pacific Railroad, aims to beautify and maintain a stable economic base for the area. Traditionally it takes a few years for results to be seen in any redevelopment area, he said. Henderson stands at the crossroads After a few years of mapping ho w City Council members would like to pursue redeveloping the city's downtown, objectives are beginning to take shape, he said. "I think the smartest thing we did was keep the municipal buildings in the downtown area,' Percell said. Although it was not a miyor step in redevelopment, it ketps people coming to the area for their business with the city. Support services such as restaurants and shopping will follow once other offices establish themselves in the area, he said "Within this year there should be some substantial changes,* he said. The Redevelopment A(enc]r has already begun steps to rwSM Radavalopmant Pages • ^ • T'"'? —I I mwiu wij—B—I— • ^7V

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Ei -ww Pm9 2 Itondarson Horn* Ntwt Tuesday. January 28.1997 OVERVIEW PAUOSZYDELKO Exciting Super Bowl full of big plays AKtdeaboutalot' Above average Super Bowh The NFC taam itill prevailed, but five the Ne#f:iigland Patriots credit for keeping the Super Bowl competitive. The momentum shifts, the huge passes for toudidowns and Desmond Howard*g deetiic returns for the Green Bay Packers made this game a little better than average, as Super Bowls go. The underdog Patriots kept pressing the Packers, who won by exactly the point spread set by most mioor Las Vegas casinos. Only Christmas Day boasts a lower national crime rate than Super Sunday. It seems everybody has made this an unofficial holiday — even < Top commercials: One reason why our nation of television-watchers make this event more than just a game is the unveiUng of some great commercials. At $1.3 million for a 30-second spot, they better find innovative ways to attract our fleeting attention. My favorite had to be Nissan's parody of Top Gun" with pigeons attempting to 'twmb" a newly washed car. With music firom the decade-old movie, the voice of CUfTfTom "Cheers" and the final word, "Medic!," this commercial was a winner. Second place in my book has to go to the debit card spot that starts as a hokey tribute to Bob Dole returning to his hometown of Russell, Kan. He receives a hero's welcome but can't use a check because he doesn't have any ID.-"! ju8tan't win,"he says. Valentine's Day project: The News is looking for romance. If you have a special Valentine'if^ay story to tell, we t would like to n^r from you. Please jot me a note and drop it in the mail, 2 Commerce Ceriter Dr., Henderson, NV )14, or fax it, 434^3527.. .._.„ • _..... Beltway gets a little closer: Residents of Green Valley South, Green Valley Ranch and Seven Hills have to be anxious for the opening of the Southern Beltway from Windmill Parkway to Eastern Avenue next month. The on-ramp at Eastern will serve many motorists each day and get them to the McCarran International Airport, Tropicana and Swenson and Interstate 15 without a stop. A grand opening celebration is set for Saturday, Feb. 1. It will include a fiin run and four-mile race, and Jim "Jet" Neilson's attempt to set a world speed record of 347.9 mph in his jet-powered Mercedes limousine. The powerful Jet-Limo engine, which sits less than two feet behind Neilson, fires' 7,500 pounds of thrust and 18,000 horse power. Miscellaneous thoughts and news: As a native Califomian, I grew accustomed to seeing Jack in the Box restaurants all over the place. In fact, it was the closest fast food place to our home. At 4eS8t two are coming to the Headers oiVvi.^^ =^^.^ area — one at Sunset Road and Pecos Road, and the other on Boulder Highway. ... Look for our special Health & Fitness section to be published in Thursday's edition.... A topping-off ceremony will be held for the Sunset Station Hotel & Casino late next week, but no opening date for the long-awaited casino has been set yej,. Szydeiko is managing editor of the HendersonHome News. lAugspurger to run for Mayor •JyDennis Augspurger, former C^vWal business owner and Hend;•!; erson resident since 1956, has |>. announced his bid for mayor of Ij^i Henderson in this spring's mu>: nicipal election. ;> Jj^ Augspurger, 46, a city em;?:• ployee in the Building Inspection Jj Department of the city of Herid•I^ erson, cites his experience as a >:• small bu8iiess ownefe^and his ;^ contact with citizns On a daily i^ basis over the past 20 years as ;*.* his preparation for Henderson's :^; highest office. '^ "My work here has allowed :^;me to stay in touch with the iji; concerns that are important to 'i:l the citizens of this community," Augspurger said. "I feel strongly that my ability to run a successful small business as well as dealing with those that are investing in the future of our city in the form of local business has been crucial to my learnfin^ experience and will prnviHp me tho ability to give needed leadership on the City Council. "We must work with local small busirtesses to help them -flourish in our. community. In turn, we can diversify and create new local jobs for our citizens," he said. Augspurger was owner of Augspurger Construction Co. prior to his employment with the city. He closed his business in 1991 when he joined the staff ot the Henderson Building Inspection Department. It is here that he used his experience in construction tohelp mediate problems that arose concerning building code violations between the city and individual citizens or the developers of a particular project. He feels that his ability to reach compromise provides him with the needed experience to be able to reach a consensus that would be beneficial to both sides of an issue. 'The effectiveness in reaching compromise is essential to the office of mayor and my experis attack woman, officers Sharon Jackson is^ News Staff Writer & Two Rotweiler dogs attacked S^a woman and two Henderson Police Officers Jan. 17. One dog > was shot and later euthanized } and the other was quarantined 5 for 10 days as a result of the i jncident. I '' • OflRcers responded to a call at 5 133 Dogwood St., where a woman *^ was being attacked. I TTie victim, DeAnn Ryan, sufJfered numerous severe bites to i her right forearm, left tricep and left thigh area. She was transkwrted to St. Rose Dominican Hospital for treatment, v While officers Pete Joseph, John Gayer and Joseph Molinaro were investigating the incident at the Dogwood address, the two Rotweilers, who were...standing in the front yard, dtiarged into the street to attack them. Although the police attempted to back away from the area, the dogs continued in an attempt to attack them. One officer fired two rounds at oneofthedogs,strikingitoHce.A second officer fired one shot at the other dog which missed, causing the dogs to run away into the rear yard of theresidence. Henderson Animal Control impounded the two Rotweilers. After further investigation, officers learned the two dogs had attacked three other residents in the area. The attacks have taken place since August 1996. Two subjects sustained severe bites, the third resulted in no injuries. The dog's owner, John Willoughby, 26, was.cited forallowinga vicious animal to escape or run at large. It is unknown at this time what will happen to the remaining dog. "We requested and received a court order to keep the remaining dog until the court date," Henderson Police Capt. Michael Mayberry said. Henderson Police Department's Animal Control Bureau is conducting further investigations and additional charges may be pending. ence in negotiatingcontracts and agreeinents in riiy own business will permit me to serve as a mayor who will strive to reach the fairest solution for any citizen raising issue with our council." Henderson's residents have to deal with many issues as a result of unprecedented growth such as the traffic problems in the Green Valley neighborhoods, the need for more quality schools, all of the planning and zoning issues as well as the redevelopment of downtown Henderson. Trust and communication between the city and its citizens is of utmost importance. He cites recent negative publicity toward City Council members as being detrimental to all concerned. "The council needs a mayor that will mediate and create solutions for unpopular issues and I truly feel that I can bring a much needed stability to the council that would further Henderson's goals." Augspurger said. Augspurger is also a strong proponent for the recent changes in campaign fund-raising and reporting and feels that the council should continue to move in the direction of further campaign reform holding its members to the highest of ethical standards. Augspurger graduated from Basic High School in 1968 and from UNLV in 1977 with a degree in personnel management and finance. He is married to Karen and has two children, James, 28, and Robert, 17. Whitney Ranch Rec Center meeting topic The Whitney Ranch Homeowner's Association and the Thorpe Elementary School PTA have scheduled a meeting with the members of the Henderson City Council at .7 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 5, in the Thorpe auditorium. .^n addition to the Council* Dundee Jones, Henderson Parks and Recreation Department director, and his staff, will be available to hear community input. Proposals for the recreation center include an enclosed pool, an outdoor amphitheater, a ,rAUe^}ladiQg e£ul hockey area, basketball, tennis, racquetball and, more. American West recently donated 116 acres in the Whitney Ranch community on which the city plans to build the facility. Community activists have organized this meeting to give area residents an opportunity for input on the facility's design and to discuss other important community issues. HOME — NEWS An IndeptndenI N^tnpapm Found0dJunm 1, 19S1 Henderson Home News (USPS 240000) Published every Tuesday and Thursday morning at2 C^ftmmerca Center Drive, Henderson, Nevada, by HBC Put>lications, Inc. Second dass postage paid at Henderson, Nevada. POSTMASTER: Sendaddcesschanges to: HENDERSON HOME NEWS 2 csmmiretCwnttfrDrlvA Henderson, NV 89014 Phone (702)564-1881 CuBtomer complaint call* will be accepted from 7 to 10 am on Tueadaya and Thuradaya. Miaaad papara will b diatribulad by noon. MIKE O'CALLAGHAN Publishr CAROLYN O'CALLAGHAN "Co-'PaBIlSfiSf • zrrrjarizs^csrs CALL 435-7700 WITH NEWS TIPS TIM O'CALLAGHAN General Manager PAUL SZYDELKO Managin^Editor MARY COLLEEN MIELE Circulation Manager HBC PUBLICATIONS, INC. Mike O'Callaghan, President; Carolyn O'Callaghan, Vice President; Tim O'Callaghan, TreasurerA/ice President; Mary Colleen Miele, Vice President; Ruthe Deskin, Secretary. 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DOUBLE DECK ^i BLACKJACK Lee Zaichick/News Staff • PERFECT PIONEER — Fifty workers of the Pioneer Cfilor Alkali plant achieved perfect attendance last year. Pioneer Clilor-Allcali empjoyeeshonored Boulder Highway 1 Block South of Sunset Henderson, NV. There s no place like our place for breakfaU, iiimli & (linmr f WHyHAvr/ORE? WHYPAY r;oRE'' v>/HI'PAy^, • c)r^(_' VJM'I-. Bf The following Pioneer ChlorAlkali employees received perfect-attendance honors last week: Nick Andros, Robert Babb, Terry Baker, Gary Barlow, Kelwyn Bassue, Dennis Boley, James Brickey, Patsy Brown, Scott Charles and Peter Claunch. Ben Crutchfield, Raymond Currier, John Dukes, Richard Freeman, Damon Harris, Louis Hitt,. Terry Hollis, Sylvester James, Jane Jones, Gary Ketsdever and Rita King. Hermes Lee, Mard Lightner, TRUMBO: No contest David Loomis, David Lopez, Walt McCollam, Robert Miknus, Thomas Miller, Charles Montoya and Richard Moser,. Robert Mundo, Piotr Nowinski, Todd Pickle, Nicholas Pregman, Rudy Romero, Betty Scheels, Don Sculthorpe, Richard Seisinger, Dan Shoshone and James Smalley. Thomas Smith, Jerry Smith, Joe Stock, Chris Sylvia, Fred Taylor, Keith Tepper, William Tucker, Gilbert Valdez, Ken Vanloon and Kenneth Wise. From Page T" \/" • • started to fall in the area where they were sitting. The rocks were coming from the top of a cliff where Luna, Marshall, Heather Lazzari (Luna's girlfriend) and two other men were sitting. Different accoimts of the altercation were presented from both parties at a trial last year. The jury, which deliberated over a four-day period, could not unanimously agree on a verdict. Skupa said eight jurors from the trial felt so strongly about Trumbo's innocence they wrote letters to the District Attorney asking him to dismiss the case. Skupa said the eight jurors also felt the other jurors wouldn't deliberate with them. He added the District Attorney offered Trumbo the plea bargain because of the hung jury in the last trial. But now the case will not go to a new trial on Feb. 3 because of the plea bargain agreement. Many of Luna's family and friends are complaining that justice is not being served. Angelique Chavez, Luna's cousin and Marshall's roommate, said it took a year-and-a-half to get a trial date and complained that during that time Trumbo was out on bail. Chavez added three weeks were spent in court and Trumbo was freed due to a hung jury. Jacqueline Luna, Leonard Luna's mother, said Lazzari was contacted about a possible plea bargain. Luna said, "We weren't notified about a plea bargain ... we knew nothing about it." Chavez said Luna's family and friends believe Trumbo is "getting off because Trumbo comes from a wealthy, well-known and well-respected family. Luna said, "Our goal is to get Trumbo a harder sentence, at least a practical one and realistic one." "He walked away with two bruises on his face we walked with 13 stab wounds,"MarshaIl said."...Itwas 100%,cold blooded murder. If people could have seen what went on there that night, there would have been no doubt." "I don't think a murder case should be decided by a couple of attorneys, I think it should be decided by the people," Marshall added. BUDGET LEGAL Christopher RTilman, Esq. & Glen J Lerner, Esq. 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Ei -ww Pm9 2 Itondarson Horn* Ntwt Tuesday. January 28.1997 OVERVIEW PAUOSZYDELKO Exciting Super Bowl full of big plays AKtdeaboutalot' Above average Super Bowh The NFC taam itill prevailed, but five the Ne#f:iigland Patriots credit for keeping the Super Bowl competitive. The momentum shifts, the huge passes for toudidowns and Desmond Howard*g deetiic returns for the Green Bay Packers made this game a little better than average, as Super Bowls go. The underdog Patriots kept pressing the Packers, who won by exactly the point spread set by most mioor Las Vegas casinos. Only Christmas Day boasts a lower national crime rate than Super Sunday. It seems everybody has made this an unofficial holiday — even < Top commercials: One reason why our nation of television-watchers make this event more than just a game is the unveiUng of some great commercials. At $1.3 million for a 30-second spot, they better find innovative ways to attract our fleeting attention. My favorite had to be Nissan's parody of Top Gun" with pigeons attempting to 'twmb" a newly washed car. With music firom the decade-old movie, the voice of CUfTfTom "Cheers" and the final word, "Medic!," this commercial was a winner. Second place in my book has to go to the debit card spot that starts as a hokey tribute to Bob Dole returning to his hometown of Russell, Kan. He receives a hero's welcome but can't use a check because he doesn't have any ID.-"! ju8tan't win,"he says. Valentine's Day project: The News is looking for romance. If you have a special Valentine'if^ay story to tell, we t would like to n^r from you. Please jot me a note and drop it in the mail, 2 Commerce Ceriter Dr., Henderson, NV )14, or fax it, 434^3527.. .._.„ • _..... Beltway gets a little closer: Residents of Green Valley South, Green Valley Ranch and Seven Hills have to be anxious for the opening of the Southern Beltway from Windmill Parkway to Eastern Avenue next month. The on-ramp at Eastern will serve many motorists each day and get them to the McCarran International Airport, Tropicana and Swenson and Interstate 15 without a stop. A grand opening celebration is set for Saturday, Feb. 1. It will include a fiin run and four-mile race, and Jim "Jet" Neilson's attempt to set a world speed record of 347.9 mph in his jet-powered Mercedes limousine. The powerful Jet-Limo engine, which sits less than two feet behind Neilson, fires' 7,500 pounds of thrust and 18,000 horse power. Miscellaneous thoughts and news: As a native Califomian, I grew accustomed to seeing Jack in the Box restaurants all over the place. In fact, it was the closest fast food place to our home. At 4eS8t two are coming to the Headers oiVvi.^^ =^^.^ area — one at Sunset Road and Pecos Road, and the other on Boulder Highway. ... Look for our special Health & Fitness section to be published in Thursday's edition.... A topping-off ceremony will be held for the Sunset Station Hotel & Casino late next week, but no opening date for the long-awaited casino has been set yej,. Szydeiko is managing editor of the HendersonHome News. lAugspurger to run for Mayor •JyDennis Augspurger, former C^vWal business owner and Hend;•!; erson resident since 1956, has |>. announced his bid for mayor of Ij^i Henderson in this spring's mu>: nicipal election. ;> Jj^ Augspurger, 46, a city em;?:• ployee in the Building Inspection Jj Department of the city of Herid•I^ erson, cites his experience as a >:• small bu8iiess ownefe^and his ;^ contact with citizns On a daily i^ basis over the past 20 years as ;*.* his preparation for Henderson's :^; highest office. '^ "My work here has allowed :^;me to stay in touch with the iji; concerns that are important to 'i:l the citizens of this community," Augspurger said. "I feel strongly that my ability to run a successful small business as well as dealing with those that are investing in the future of our city in the form of local business has been crucial to my learnfin^ experience and will prnviHp me tho ability to give needed leadership on the City Council. "We must work with local small busirtesses to help them -flourish in our. community. In turn, we can diversify and create new local jobs for our citizens," he said. Augspurger was owner of Augspurger Construction Co. prior to his employment with the city. He closed his business in 1991 when he joined the staff ot the Henderson Building Inspection Department. It is here that he used his experience in construction tohelp mediate problems that arose concerning building code violations between the city and individual citizens or the developers of a particular project. He feels that his ability to reach compromise provides him with the needed experience to be able to reach a consensus that would be beneficial to both sides of an issue. 'The effectiveness in reaching compromise is essential to the office of mayor and my experis attack woman, officers Sharon Jackson is^ News Staff Writer & Two Rotweiler dogs attacked S^a woman and two Henderson Police Officers Jan. 17. One dog > was shot and later euthanized } and the other was quarantined 5 for 10 days as a result of the i jncident. I '' • OflRcers responded to a call at 5 133 Dogwood St., where a woman *^ was being attacked. I TTie victim, DeAnn Ryan, sufJfered numerous severe bites to i her right forearm, left tricep and left thigh area. She was transkwrted to St. Rose Dominican Hospital for treatment, v While officers Pete Joseph, John Gayer and Joseph Molinaro were investigating the incident at the Dogwood address, the two Rotweilers, who were...standing in the front yard, dtiarged into the street to attack them. Although the police attempted to back away from the area, the dogs continued in an attempt to attack them. One officer fired two rounds at oneofthedogs,strikingitoHce.A second officer fired one shot at the other dog which missed, causing the dogs to run away into the rear yard of theresidence. Henderson Animal Control impounded the two Rotweilers. After further investigation, officers learned the two dogs had attacked three other residents in the area. The attacks have taken place since August 1996. Two subjects sustained severe bites, the third resulted in no injuries. The dog's owner, John Willoughby, 26, was.cited forallowinga vicious animal to escape or run at large. It is unknown at this time what will happen to the remaining dog. "We requested and received a court order to keep the remaining dog until the court date," Henderson Police Capt. Michael Mayberry said. Henderson Police Department's Animal Control Bureau is conducting further investigations and additional charges may be pending. ence in negotiatingcontracts and agreeinents in riiy own business will permit me to serve as a mayor who will strive to reach the fairest solution for any citizen raising issue with our council." Henderson's residents have to deal with many issues as a result of unprecedented growth such as the traffic problems in the Green Valley neighborhoods, the need for more quality schools, all of the planning and zoning issues as well as the redevelopment of downtown Henderson. Trust and communication between the city and its citizens is of utmost importance. He cites recent negative publicity toward City Council members as being detrimental to all concerned. "The council needs a mayor that will mediate and create solutions for unpopular issues and I truly feel that I can bring a much needed stability to the council that would further Henderson's goals." Augspurger said. Augspurger is also a strong proponent for the recent changes in campaign fund-raising and reporting and feels that the council should continue to move in the direction of further campaign reform holding its members to the highest of ethical standards. Augspurger graduated from Basic High School in 1968 and from UNLV in 1977 with a degree in personnel management and finance. He is married to Karen and has two children, James, 28, and Robert, 17. Whitney Ranch Rec Center meeting topic The Whitney Ranch Homeowner's Association and the Thorpe Elementary School PTA have scheduled a meeting with the members of the Henderson City Council at .7 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 5, in the Thorpe auditorium. .^n addition to the Council* Dundee Jones, Henderson Parks and Recreation Department director, and his staff, will be available to hear community input. Proposals for the recreation center include an enclosed pool, an outdoor amphitheater, a ,rAUe^}ladiQg e£ul hockey area, basketball, tennis, racquetball and, more. American West recently donated 116 acres in the Whitney Ranch community on which the city plans to build the facility. Community activists have organized this meeting to give area residents an opportunity for input on the facility's design and to discuss other important community issues. HOME — NEWS An IndeptndenI N^tnpapm Found0dJunm 1, 19S1 Henderson Home News (USPS 240000) Published every Tuesday and Thursday morning at2 C^ftmmerca Center Drive, Henderson, Nevada, by HBC Put>lications, Inc. Second dass postage paid at Henderson, Nevada. POSTMASTER: Sendaddcesschanges to: HENDERSON HOME NEWS 2 csmmiretCwnttfrDrlvA Henderson, NV 89014 Phone (702)564-1881 CuBtomer complaint call* will be accepted from 7 to 10 am on Tueadaya and Thuradaya. Miaaad papara will b diatribulad by noon. MIKE O'CALLAGHAN Publishr CAROLYN O'CALLAGHAN "Co-'PaBIlSfiSf • zrrrjarizs^csrs CALL 435-7700 WITH NEWS TIPS TIM O'CALLAGHAN General Manager PAUL SZYDELKO Managin^Editor MARY COLLEEN MIELE Circulation Manager HBC PUBLICATIONS, INC. Mike O'Callaghan, President; Carolyn O'Callaghan, Vice President; Tim O'Callaghan, TreasurerA/ice President; Mary Colleen Miele, Vice President; Ruthe Deskin, Secretary. 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DOUBLE DECK ^i BLACKJACK Lee Zaichick/News Staff • PERFECT PIONEER — Fifty workers of the Pioneer Cfilor Alkali plant achieved perfect attendance last year. Pioneer Clilor-Allcali empjoyeeshonored Boulder Highway 1 Block South of Sunset Henderson, NV. There s no place like our place for breakfaU, iiimli & (linmr f WHyHAvr/ORE? WHYPAY r;oRE'' v>/HI'PAy^, • c)r^(_' VJM'I-. Bf The following Pioneer ChlorAlkali employees received perfect-attendance honors last week: Nick Andros, Robert Babb, Terry Baker, Gary Barlow, Kelwyn Bassue, Dennis Boley, James Brickey, Patsy Brown, Scott Charles and Peter Claunch. Ben Crutchfield, Raymond Currier, John Dukes, Richard Freeman, Damon Harris, Louis Hitt,. Terry Hollis, Sylvester James, Jane Jones, Gary Ketsdever and Rita King. Hermes Lee, Mard Lightner, TRUMBO: No contest David Loomis, David Lopez, Walt McCollam, Robert Miknus, Thomas Miller, Charles Montoya and Richard Moser,. Robert Mundo, Piotr Nowinski, Todd Pickle, Nicholas Pregman, Rudy Romero, Betty Scheels, Don Sculthorpe, Richard Seisinger, Dan Shoshone and James Smalley. Thomas Smith, Jerry Smith, Joe Stock, Chris Sylvia, Fred Taylor, Keith Tepper, William Tucker, Gilbert Valdez, Ken Vanloon and Kenneth Wise. From Page T" \/" • • started to fall in the area where they were sitting. The rocks were coming from the top of a cliff where Luna, Marshall, Heather Lazzari (Luna's girlfriend) and two other men were sitting. Different accoimts of the altercation were presented from both parties at a trial last year. The jury, which deliberated over a four-day period, could not unanimously agree on a verdict. Skupa said eight jurors from the trial felt so strongly about Trumbo's innocence they wrote letters to the District Attorney asking him to dismiss the case. Skupa said the eight jurors also felt the other jurors wouldn't deliberate with them. He added the District Attorney offered Trumbo the plea bargain because of the hung jury in the last trial. But now the case will not go to a new trial on Feb. 3 because of the plea bargain agreement. Many of Luna's family and friends are complaining that justice is not being served. Angelique Chavez, Luna's cousin and Marshall's roommate, said it took a year-and-a-half to get a trial date and complained that during that time Trumbo was out on bail. Chavez added three weeks were spent in court and Trumbo was freed due to a hung jury. Jacqueline Luna, Leonard Luna's mother, said Lazzari was contacted about a possible plea bargain. Luna said, "We weren't notified about a plea bargain ... we knew nothing about it." Chavez said Luna's family and friends believe Trumbo is "getting off because Trumbo comes from a wealthy, well-known and well-respected family. Luna said, "Our goal is to get Trumbo a harder sentence, at least a practical one and realistic one." "He walked away with two bruises on his face we walked with 13 stab wounds,"MarshaIl said."...Itwas 100%,cold blooded murder. If people could have seen what went on there that night, there would have been no doubt." "I don't think a murder case should be decided by a couple of attorneys, I think it should be decided by the people," Marshall added. BUDGET LEGAL Christopher RTilman, Esq. & Glen J Lerner, Esq. 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m^ i I No* 4 ttondtrson HOIIM Naw Tuesday, Januaiy 28,1997 .1 pm • ^ Lee Zatchlcl(/^jevvs Staff ARTIST — Janet Stevens, an illustrator of children's books, ementary School Fridiy^Stu^Mtts chose expressions, clothing draws a cartoon character for the students of Sewell Eland colors for the illustrations. Weist's cousin turns 100 Isabel Smallwood, cousin of long-time Henderson resident Georgia Weist, turned 100 Jan. 22. Smallwood, bom in Newark, Ohio, is the daughter of Susie and Fritz Miller, and has lived \in the same apartment in Los Angeles for 50 years, Weist reports. Weist has lived in Hendlrson since 1977 and was a volunteer at St. Rose Dominican Hospital for many years. For All Your Big Rig Needs\ U I •CHROME •ALUMINUM j •ST)MNLE$S $TEJEi^_4^ •Fenders 'Tool Boxes I •Bumpers 'Rims •Decking I •Stacks 'Cab Guards 'Mirrors | I Garage Storage Cabinets ^ Ask About This Month'9 Special •Tarp 'Filters /Flaps >CB's •Lights •Straps I 714 W. Sunset Rd., Henderson • 566-8255 i S Free In-Home Estimates S Work Benches/Pantries S Closet Organizers S Pull-Out Shielves F-BIHHBM Storage Cabinets iVTrM <^ Closet Desifins 251-1990 4530 Andrews St., Suite H Debt management workshops offered Henderson Parks & Recreation Department will sponsor two debt management workshops in February, as^ a continuation of similar January programs which filled to capacity. ; Workshops will be held from 6 to 9 p.m. Feb. 7, at the Silver Springs Recreation Center, 1951 Silver Springs Parkway, and from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Feb. 15, at the Black Mountain Recreation Center, 599 Greenway Road. The fee is $35, including personalized debt reduction plans for participants over the age of 16.. "Personally, I don't kno'.f anyone who couldn't use a few more dollars to help make ends meet," said recreation coordinator Kurt Williams. "But the problem isn't that they don't have enough money, it's that they aren't spending the income they have wisely." According to Williams, the average household spends from $100 to $1,000 per month on interest payments, not including interest on home mortgages. "Most people don't realize how much more they have to payibr an inferior product if they finance it. A $500 stereo system, for example, could cost three times its value and be obsolete before it's ever paid off," Williams said. The Living Debt Free program will teach participants step by step techniques to assist in alleviating household debt and increasing disposable income. It will also teach participants how ,,JW mairtage fitjw^ only ~~cash a^ well as How to safely and quickly build wealth. Call 435-3814 (TTY 565-2057) for more information. Special participation arrangements can be made provided recreation coordinator's are notified in advance. Christian Academy Week proclaimed Great Food! Great Fun! Great Place! Monday Broasted Chicken w I vegetable, potato and Italian Bread Tliesday Choice Top Sirloin irlth potato and Thursday Italian Bread Wednesday Roast Pork & Dressing with mashed potatoes & graty All Dinners Include Our World Famous "All You Can Eat" Salad Bar. Offer available 5-lOpm only. The Alumni Committee of Lake Mead Christian Academy has designated Jan. 26 through Feb. 1 as Lake Mead Christian Academy Week. Co-chairs Barbie Blakeley and Robin Porter said the week has been planned as a time of special emphasis on education and fiamily values. The school received an official proclamation from Mayor Bob Groesbeck recognizing the week and the value of education and family values. A major goal is to increase public awareness of the academy and its current building project through contacting Henderson businesses. The Alumni Committee organized teams of LMCA high school students to contact area businesses for support. Many people sti II do not know about LMCA even though the <:^^• ^Q] vvas established in 1989 ana currently enrolls approximately 330 students. Its plans for the future are ambitious, and the committee wants the community to know about the school. The academy is Henderson's only non-profit, private Christian school offering ediication from kindergarten through 12th grade. For more information, call Kimberly Parker, 565-5674. CASINO 8. RESTAURANT Boulder Huy., 1 Block South of Sunset Rd., Henderson 5li5-911(! Reid named Ethics Committe vice-chair Sen. Harry Reid has been named vice chairman of the Senate Ethics Committee, a bi-partisan panel charged with rooting out and penalizing ethical wrongdoing by members of Congress. "Moying up to a leadership ijple on the Ethics Committee \(rill be a time-consuming and dften-times trying responsibility," Reid said. "Not many senators accept this arduous task, but it is important to the American public that we have a ^stem of accountability within Congress to ensure the integrity of this great institution." The committee includes three Democrats and three Republicans. Reid will oversee the panel with its chnirninn PnbSmith.RNH. Themembers are Patty Murray, D-WA., Kent Conrad, D-ND, Pat Roberts, R-KS, and Jeff Sessions, R-AL. "If we are going to have credibility as a democratic institution, the American people must have faith in those representing them," Reid said. The Ethics Committee is an important panel for the future of the Congress and our democracy." Reid replaces Sen. Byron Dorgan, D-ND, who left after two years on' the Committee. Reid was named to the committee one year ago, taking the place of Sen. Richard Bryan, who stepped down after serving a lengthy and term. Sen. Minority Leader Tom Dasch le, who asked Reid to serve, praised Reid's responsible leadership and commitment to good government. "It speaks well for Nevada that the State's two senators have been tapped to serve successive terms on the Ethics Committee," Daschle said. "It is a position most senators decline because of the time commitment and difficult nature of its mission. "I am grateful for Sen. Reid's commitment to good government and making sure that the Senate is held to the highest standards of accountability. It can be a thankless job, but is a tremendous service to the American citizenry." AUCTION TACK & SADDLES Tues., Feb. 4, 7:00 p.m. Over 50 saddles and more tack then you've ever seen in any tack shop! This sale includes:' Western, English, and Australian saddles. Bridles, blankets, pads, halters, grooming items, leads, silver mounted bridles and halters, lots of high quality rawhide and silver show tack, and much, much more. 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Get one FREE pick for every: FOUR-OF-A-KIND* SIOTSAIDEO KEHO* Mon Thur, 9's-Ai Any $25 Win Fri Sun, 2^7's Or More 50 $50 Cash 100 $20 Rolls Of Dollars 250 $10 Rolls Of Quarters 400 Coffee Mugs 500 Pocket Knives 500 Free Meals 750 Baseball Caps 1,000 $2 Rolls Of Nickels 1,000 Free Drinks 1,000 Rashlights 1,000 Bottle Wizards .FREE DRINK! I One domestic beer or we* dmk onty I 754 Soi^ Boulder Hwy • 566-9999 MAMNIMM* •With maiomun con pMyed Natiral fcitf-a>-*-4(inds or*/ Mai'ia y m eW rr^nn the n^ to mody or cancel ttw ixo'nonon at en, twrw and wittxxjt notice Tuesday. January 28.1997 Hendarson Homa Htntn HQ9 S REDEVELOPMENT: Objectives From Page 1 develop a key section of downtown at Basic and Water Streets. A market study of the area should be done to determine what should go in place of a stretch of old properties which include several businesses and homes. The agency determined a study into redeveloping the area was necessary after a deal with a developer soured, leavingthecity without a_groposed office complex*. Parking issues are also being addressed by the agency, Percell said. There have been discussions about building at least one parking garage along Water Street to accommodate the increase in traffic expected if redevelopment booms. <> However lofty the aspirations of the Redevelopment Agency are, pursuing some projects for the area is difTicult due to the odd size of parcels and old structures. The Townsite area, the oldest area of the city, was developed since the early industrial days of Henderson. During the World War n era, temporary homes on odd-sized properties sprang up to accommodate the industrial boom in the city. Many of the lots are too small to establish businesses, Percell said......... -.. Due to their odd size, whenever possible, the agency has been encouraging a developer to buy two or more parcels to design ;ji project. Attracting investors who can afford developing larger parcels has proven difficult, he said. Besides the Water Street area, an early success for redevelopment is The Reserve Hotel and Casino on Lake Mead Drive. More large development is needed, however, Percell said. Typically the first few years of a redcwelopmmtplan are conservative,* he said. Now that some of the groimdwork has been laid, he said, the agency is pressing ahead with plans to make the area a beautiful and desirable area of the city once again. SILVERADO HIGH SCHOOL Marching Band CAR WASH _^p^ ^O per car donation Saturday, Feb. 1 • lOa.m.-Sp.m. JATs ^Wiuni Springs Market ^ 1777 Warm Springs (comer of Wam springs & Spencer) Help us meet our goal! -All proceeds benefit the Silverado Band Trip to Florida. Thank you for your support. RESERVEfRarmmgrapnaa £rOrn_Page 1 rooms and amenities than previous plans^ In addition to the additional rooms and bigger size, plans for a 1,388-space parking garage are included in the use permit. In its analysis of the project, staff submits The applicant's revised design expands, but does not substantially change, the originally approved uses. They will remain compatible with adjacent uses and can be recommended for approval." In other business, planners are expected to: •Review a use permit and architectural review for Pebh1f> Beach Resort, a proposed hostel at 1745 Athol Ave. in theMiid^ay planning area. A hostelis a facility which provides affordable shelter for individuals who are traveling. Theitemhadbeen tabled from an earlier planning meeting to allow the applicant time to revise' its color scheme and architectural features for the project. An 80-bed, 39-room facility is proposed. Therpj^(rt will total 2,500 squarefeetand will include bathroom facilities, a dining room, recreation room, laundry facilities, gift shop, manager's office, library, chapel, meeting room, TV room and outdoor recNewton bound over on murder charges Sharon Jackson News Staff Writer A preliminary hearing Wednesday in Henderson Justice Court, Dept. 2, determined there was enough evidence for Anthony Newton to be bound over to District Court on murder Basic hosts financial aid workshop UNLV will host a financial aid workshop at Basic High School, Room 144, at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 29. The workshop aims to help parents and students fill out financial aid forms. Senior parents and students,, even those who are not planning to attend UNLV, are invited to attend, a spokesman said. Participants should bring FAFSA forms. ch.arges._^:. ,.^.:^,.C^;''" • • • t: ''y' Newton was arrested D^ec."25 for the murder of Debra Harvey. A spokesperson in Henderson Justice Court said both sides agreed there was sufficient evidence to bind Newton over to District Court. _. The case will go before Judge Don P. Chairez in Clark County District Court, Dept. 13, at 9 a.m. Feb. 11. Investigators said there was a large amount of blood in the apartment and trauma to the body that was found Dec. 24 at 1818 Moser St. reation area. Staff recommends approval for the project. •Hear a request to increase the height of Del Taco's proposed free-standing sign from 30 feet to 40 feet at 898 S. Boulder Highway, in the Valley View planning area. Staff reconunends denial for the project. •Rule on a use permit and architectural review for Lake Las Vegas Beach and Marina Club and marina at 210 Grand Mediterra Blvd., in the Lake Las Vegas planning area. A use permit for a 15,089square-foot fitness center with personal training services is proposed. The fitness center is located within a private beach club and marina that serves residents of SouthShore. Amenities of the club will include a pool, beach, restaurant, snack bar and meeting rooms. A 1,500-square-foot general store in a separate building is also proposed. Staff recommends approval for the project. •Review a use permit and architectural review for a temporary 40-foot monopole at 1262 Moon Vision St., in the Westgate planning area. A request for a one-year term for a temporary pole by AT&T Wireless Service next to the existing Lewis Homes construction trailer is proposed. • Hear a use permit and architectural review for a 55-foot monopole for cellular phone service at 2525 Windmill Parkway, in the Green Valley South planning area. COME I^ AND PLAY TODAY For Our DEATH Eleanoc McDade EleanorMcDade, 71. diedSunday, Jan. 26, 1997, in a local hospital. Born Oct. 8, 1925, in Virginia City, Nev., she had been a resident of Henderson for 37 years. She is survived by her daughter. Gale Koch of Las Vegas; three sons, Wayne of Cedar City, Utah, Lance and Brett of Henderson; nine grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday, at Palm MortuaryHenderson. Graveside services will be held at 9:15 a.m. Thursday, at the Southern Nevada Veteran's Memorial Cennetery in Boulder City. Arrangements were handled by Palm Mortuary-Henderson. TV-A-DAY GIVE AWAY And Get Your Drawing Tickets NOW! DANCING NIGHTLY TO LIVE MUSIC VCasino, Lounge & Diner BOULDER HWY. 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Staff recommends approval for the project. *Rule on a use permit for a rock-crusher at the Foothills 2210 Pumping Station site at 735 N. Magic Way, located south of E. Lake Mead Drive at Magic Way, in the Foothills planning area. The applicant, the Southern Nevada Water Authority, will use the crusher to construct the South Valley Lateral, a water line to improve the ^yater system for the yalley. Staff recommends approval for the project. GREAT FOOD _FUN&FRIENP' 990 Breakfast 7 Selections to Choose F!r)m! Daily tVoin 1 Ipin 1 lain IINCI LIMII Includinij All Ynu Cm l.it S.il.ul B.ii GIANT SHRIMP COCKTAIL ^IKE^^CELERY filled to the brim with 6oz. of shrimp & sauce *4^^ Prime Rib IiidudesALL-YOU-CA\'d:ATSalad Hill-: I);iil\ Innn5 p.m. 10 p.m. A U li /\ M I Boulda //u v., / Block South oj Sunset Rd., Henderson 5(i>'JI l(> WINTER We're Giving Away Al^er$130,000 Golf Course Home w ..< • .—.nth., PLUS„. $110,000 CASH! 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m^ i I No* 4 ttondtrson HOIIM Naw Tuesday, Januaiy 28,1997 .1 pm • ^ Lee Zatchlcl(/^jevvs Staff ARTIST — Janet Stevens, an illustrator of children's books, ementary School Fridiy^Stu^Mtts chose expressions, clothing draws a cartoon character for the students of Sewell Eland colors for the illustrations. Weist's cousin turns 100 Isabel Smallwood, cousin of long-time Henderson resident Georgia Weist, turned 100 Jan. 22. Smallwood, bom in Newark, Ohio, is the daughter of Susie and Fritz Miller, and has lived \in the same apartment in Los Angeles for 50 years, Weist reports. Weist has lived in Hendlrson since 1977 and was a volunteer at St. Rose Dominican Hospital for many years. For All Your Big Rig Needs\ U I •CHROME •ALUMINUM j •ST)MNLE$S $TEJEi^_4^ •Fenders 'Tool Boxes I •Bumpers 'Rims •Decking I •Stacks 'Cab Guards 'Mirrors | I Garage Storage Cabinets ^ Ask About This Month'9 Special •Tarp 'Filters /Flaps >CB's •Lights •Straps I 714 W. Sunset Rd., Henderson • 566-8255 i S Free In-Home Estimates S Work Benches/Pantries S Closet Organizers S Pull-Out Shielves F-BIHHBM Storage Cabinets iVTrM <^ Closet Desifins 251-1990 4530 Andrews St., Suite H Debt management workshops offered Henderson Parks & Recreation Department will sponsor two debt management workshops in February, as^ a continuation of similar January programs which filled to capacity. ; Workshops will be held from 6 to 9 p.m. Feb. 7, at the Silver Springs Recreation Center, 1951 Silver Springs Parkway, and from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Feb. 15, at the Black Mountain Recreation Center, 599 Greenway Road. The fee is $35, including personalized debt reduction plans for participants over the age of 16.. "Personally, I don't kno'.f anyone who couldn't use a few more dollars to help make ends meet," said recreation coordinator Kurt Williams. "But the problem isn't that they don't have enough money, it's that they aren't spending the income they have wisely." According to Williams, the average household spends from $100 to $1,000 per month on interest payments, not including interest on home mortgages. "Most people don't realize how much more they have to payibr an inferior product if they finance it. A $500 stereo system, for example, could cost three times its value and be obsolete before it's ever paid off," Williams said. The Living Debt Free program will teach participants step by step techniques to assist in alleviating household debt and increasing disposable income. It will also teach participants how ,,JW mairtage fitjw^ only ~~cash a^ well as How to safely and quickly build wealth. Call 435-3814 (TTY 565-2057) for more information. Special participation arrangements can be made provided recreation coordinator's are notified in advance. Christian Academy Week proclaimed Great Food! Great Fun! Great Place! Monday Broasted Chicken w I vegetable, potato and Italian Bread Tliesday Choice Top Sirloin irlth potato and Thursday Italian Bread Wednesday Roast Pork & Dressing with mashed potatoes & graty All Dinners Include Our World Famous "All You Can Eat" Salad Bar. Offer available 5-lOpm only. The Alumni Committee of Lake Mead Christian Academy has designated Jan. 26 through Feb. 1 as Lake Mead Christian Academy Week. Co-chairs Barbie Blakeley and Robin Porter said the week has been planned as a time of special emphasis on education and fiamily values. The school received an official proclamation from Mayor Bob Groesbeck recognizing the week and the value of education and family values. A major goal is to increase public awareness of the academy and its current building project through contacting Henderson businesses. The Alumni Committee organized teams of LMCA high school students to contact area businesses for support. Many people sti II do not know about LMCA even though the <:^^• ^Q] vvas established in 1989 ana currently enrolls approximately 330 students. Its plans for the future are ambitious, and the committee wants the community to know about the school. The academy is Henderson's only non-profit, private Christian school offering ediication from kindergarten through 12th grade. For more information, call Kimberly Parker, 565-5674. CASINO 8. RESTAURANT Boulder Huy., 1 Block South of Sunset Rd., Henderson 5li5-911(! Reid named Ethics Committe vice-chair Sen. Harry Reid has been named vice chairman of the Senate Ethics Committee, a bi-partisan panel charged with rooting out and penalizing ethical wrongdoing by members of Congress. "Moying up to a leadership ijple on the Ethics Committee \(rill be a time-consuming and dften-times trying responsibility," Reid said. "Not many senators accept this arduous task, but it is important to the American public that we have a ^stem of accountability within Congress to ensure the integrity of this great institution." The committee includes three Democrats and three Republicans. Reid will oversee the panel with its chnirninn PnbSmith.RNH. Themembers are Patty Murray, D-WA., Kent Conrad, D-ND, Pat Roberts, R-KS, and Jeff Sessions, R-AL. "If we are going to have credibility as a democratic institution, the American people must have faith in those representing them," Reid said. The Ethics Committee is an important panel for the future of the Congress and our democracy." Reid replaces Sen. Byron Dorgan, D-ND, who left after two years on' the Committee. Reid was named to the committee one year ago, taking the place of Sen. Richard Bryan, who stepped down after serving a lengthy and term. Sen. Minority Leader Tom Dasch le, who asked Reid to serve, praised Reid's responsible leadership and commitment to good government. "It speaks well for Nevada that the State's two senators have been tapped to serve successive terms on the Ethics Committee," Daschle said. "It is a position most senators decline because of the time commitment and difficult nature of its mission. "I am grateful for Sen. Reid's commitment to good government and making sure that the Senate is held to the highest standards of accountability. It can be a thankless job, but is a tremendous service to the American citizenry." AUCTION TACK & SADDLES Tues., Feb. 4, 7:00 p.m. Over 50 saddles and more tack then you've ever seen in any tack shop! This sale includes:' Western, English, and Australian saddles. Bridles, blankets, pads, halters, grooming items, leads, silver mounted bridles and halters, lots of high quality rawhide and silver show tack, and much, much more. 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The agency determined a study into redeveloping the area was necessary after a deal with a developer soured, leavingthecity without a_groposed office complex*. Parking issues are also being addressed by the agency, Percell said. There have been discussions about building at least one parking garage along Water Street to accommodate the increase in traffic expected if redevelopment booms. <> However lofty the aspirations of the Redevelopment Agency are, pursuing some projects for the area is difTicult due to the odd size of parcels and old structures. The Townsite area, the oldest area of the city, was developed since the early industrial days of Henderson. During the World War n era, temporary homes on odd-sized properties sprang up to accommodate the industrial boom in the city. Many of the lots are too small to establish businesses, Percell said......... -.. Due to their odd size, whenever possible, the agency has been encouraging a developer to buy two or more parcels to design ;ji project. Attracting investors who can afford developing larger parcels has proven difficult, he said. Besides the Water Street area, an early success for redevelopment is The Reserve Hotel and Casino on Lake Mead Drive. More large development is needed, however, Percell said. Typically the first few years of a redcwelopmmtplan are conservative,* he said. Now that some of the groimdwork has been laid, he said, the agency is pressing ahead with plans to make the area a beautiful and desirable area of the city once again. SILVERADO HIGH SCHOOL Marching Band CAR WASH _^p^ ^O per car donation Saturday, Feb. 1 • lOa.m.-Sp.m. JATs ^Wiuni Springs Market ^ 1777 Warm Springs (comer of Wam springs & Spencer) Help us meet our goal! -All proceeds benefit the Silverado Band Trip to Florida. Thank you for your support. RESERVEfRarmmgrapnaa £rOrn_Page 1 rooms and amenities than previous plans^ In addition to the additional rooms and bigger size, plans for a 1,388-space parking garage are included in the use permit. In its analysis of the project, staff submits The applicant's revised design expands, but does not substantially change, the originally approved uses. They will remain compatible with adjacent uses and can be recommended for approval." In other business, planners are expected to: •Review a use permit and architectural review for Pebh1f> Beach Resort, a proposed hostel at 1745 Athol Ave. in theMiid^ay planning area. A hostelis a facility which provides affordable shelter for individuals who are traveling. Theitemhadbeen tabled from an earlier planning meeting to allow the applicant time to revise' its color scheme and architectural features for the project. An 80-bed, 39-room facility is proposed. Therpj^(rt will total 2,500 squarefeetand will include bathroom facilities, a dining room, recreation room, laundry facilities, gift shop, manager's office, library, chapel, meeting room, TV room and outdoor recNewton bound over on murder charges Sharon Jackson News Staff Writer A preliminary hearing Wednesday in Henderson Justice Court, Dept. 2, determined there was enough evidence for Anthony Newton to be bound over to District Court on murder Basic hosts financial aid workshop UNLV will host a financial aid workshop at Basic High School, Room 144, at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 29. The workshop aims to help parents and students fill out financial aid forms. Senior parents and students,, even those who are not planning to attend UNLV, are invited to attend, a spokesman said. Participants should bring FAFSA forms. ch.arges._^:. ,.^.:^,.C^;''" • • • t: ''y' Newton was arrested D^ec."25 for the murder of Debra Harvey. A spokesperson in Henderson Justice Court said both sides agreed there was sufficient evidence to bind Newton over to District Court. _. The case will go before Judge Don P. Chairez in Clark County District Court, Dept. 13, at 9 a.m. Feb. 11. Investigators said there was a large amount of blood in the apartment and trauma to the body that was found Dec. 24 at 1818 Moser St. reation area. Staff recommends approval for the project. •Hear a request to increase the height of Del Taco's proposed free-standing sign from 30 feet to 40 feet at 898 S. Boulder Highway, in the Valley View planning area. Staff reconunends denial for the project. •Rule on a use permit and architectural review for Lake Las Vegas Beach and Marina Club and marina at 210 Grand Mediterra Blvd., in the Lake Las Vegas planning area. A use permit for a 15,089square-foot fitness center with personal training services is proposed. The fitness center is located within a private beach club and marina that serves residents of SouthShore. Amenities of the club will include a pool, beach, restaurant, snack bar and meeting rooms. A 1,500-square-foot general store in a separate building is also proposed. Staff recommends approval for the project. •Review a use permit and architectural review for a temporary 40-foot monopole at 1262 Moon Vision St., in the Westgate planning area. A request for a one-year term for a temporary pole by AT&T Wireless Service next to the existing Lewis Homes construction trailer is proposed. • Hear a use permit and architectural review for a 55-foot monopole for cellular phone service at 2525 Windmill Parkway, in the Green Valley South planning area. COME I^ AND PLAY TODAY For Our DEATH Eleanoc McDade EleanorMcDade, 71. diedSunday, Jan. 26, 1997, in a local hospital. Born Oct. 8, 1925, in Virginia City, Nev., she had been a resident of Henderson for 37 years. She is survived by her daughter. Gale Koch of Las Vegas; three sons, Wayne of Cedar City, Utah, Lance and Brett of Henderson; nine grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday, at Palm MortuaryHenderson. Graveside services will be held at 9:15 a.m. Thursday, at the Southern Nevada Veteran's Memorial Cennetery in Boulder City. Arrangements were handled by Palm Mortuary-Henderson. TV-A-DAY GIVE AWAY And Get Your Drawing Tickets NOW! DANCING NIGHTLY TO LIVE MUSIC VCasino, Lounge & Diner BOULDER HWY. 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Staff recommends approval for the project. *Rule on a use permit for a rock-crusher at the Foothills 2210 Pumping Station site at 735 N. Magic Way, located south of E. Lake Mead Drive at Magic Way, in the Foothills planning area. The applicant, the Southern Nevada Water Authority, will use the crusher to construct the South Valley Lateral, a water line to improve the ^yater system for the yalley. Staff recommends approval for the project. GREAT FOOD _FUN&FRIENP' 990 Breakfast 7 Selections to Choose F!r)m! Daily tVoin 1 Ipin 1 lain IINCI LIMII Includinij All Ynu Cm l.it S.il.ul B.ii GIANT SHRIMP COCKTAIL ^IKE^^CELERY filled to the brim with 6oz. of shrimp & sauce *4^^ Prime Rib IiidudesALL-YOU-CA\'d:ATSalad Hill-: I);iil\ Innn5 p.m. 10 p.m. A U li /\ M I Boulda //u v., / Block South oj Sunset Rd., Henderson 5(i>'JI l(> WINTER We're Giving Away Al^er$130,000 Golf Course Home w ..< • .—.nth., PLUS„. $110,000 CASH! 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Tasas '^^mmn^m^mmmmummmm wmmmmmmm PPiipili Ptfl* 6 HMKlnon Horn* Nw Tuesday, January 28,1997 TOBSday. Januafy26i 1997 yUmm Po7 EDUCATION Lee Zaichick/News Staff INSURED READING — A volunteer group of staff members from Stave Arrington's Insurance Co. have been reading weekly to students at Dooley Elementary school. The program has Inspired children's reading and study skills, a spokesman said. From left, student Tyler Christensen reads with Mary Rowley and Dawn Schulberg, Michael Brathor reads with Susan Sarwill, and Doug Monroe reads with Cynthia Swenberg. HPRD offers computer workshops Computer technology advances are outpacing consumer and business spending. Understandinfcomputer upgrades and solving problems have become as expensive as software. Henderson Parks and Recreation Department and Computers By Design rofessionals are offering threehour workshops for $15. Workshops will be held from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, Feb. 8 and March 1, at the Kesterson Valley View Recreation Center, 500 Harris St. '• The class will cover basic upgrading, hardware and solving problems/configuration. "Free computer education hotlines traditionally offered by software companies are becoming too difficult and sometimes overly costly to consumers," said recreation coordinator John Sefton. "Software companies like Intuit, which produces Quickbooks Pro, charge first-time callers $25 per call and will not offer any assistance without a valid credit card number." In such a "buyer-educateyourseir market, a solid understanding of upgrading and problem-solving is essential, he said. Th'S workshop will cover general knowledge, including how to load certain software. Computers By Design is a retail computer services company assisting customers in building customized PC and Macintosh computers, including all types of upgrades, new computer set-ups and networking. Participants are encouraged to register in advance as seating is limited. Special participation arrangements can be made provided recreation coordinators are notified in advance. For more information, call 5652121(TTY 565-2057). Students named to SUU dean's list Three local students were named to the fall quarter dean's list at Southern Utah University in Cedar City. Tliey are RebeccaDavis, David Forsberg and Tessa Michelle Hafen. To be included on the dean's list, a student must complete at least 15 quarter hours of academic work for which a letter grade is awarded, and mustearn a grade point average of 3.60. School zoning meeting tonight -+ A public input meeting for zoning proposals that would affect students attending several southeast area elementary schools will be held today. The meeting, which addresses zoning for the 1997-98 school year, is scheduled for 6 to 8 p.m. at the Greenspun Junior High School cafeteria, 140 N. Valle Verde Drive in Henderson. Zoning changes for the following elementary schools will be discussed: Beatty to Cartwright, Vanderburg to Cartwright, Taylor to Morrow, Sewell to Morrow and Dooley to Morrow, attendance zones need to be created for Morrow and Cartwright, both new schools that will open next fall. Input from these meetings is used to prepare recommendations tP the Board of School Trustees, whieh approves final zoning for the district. GVHS to present 'My Fair Lady' Green Valley High School will present "My Fair Lady" starting Tliursday night. Performances will be at 7 p.m. Jan. 30 and 31,2 p.m. Feb. 1 and 7 p.m. Feb. 6, 7 and 8. Tickets are $4 for students and senior citizens, and $6 for adults. The box office will be open one hour before curtain and only general seating will be available. Featured players include Kellie Friedmutter, Kim Famham; Brad Scow, Dustin Tiep and Brian Blaylock. :m:{(^:m:i'(d):m):im '3 LUCKY ROLLS Hit 4-Natural 6's, Hit 4-Natural 7's or Hit 4-Natural 8's and WIN A ROLL OF QUARTERS Details in the Lounge C Lounge Open 24 Hours ^ 2241 N. Green Valley Pkwy. • 454-4211 Su^i^tn Cf*"^ ^^ W^^W^W^^W^^W^M Nevada Pjc-A-Part 110 W. Roily 565-1414 CASH • PRIZES • CASH • PRIZES D 0/VCf AGMW. BIG 0 BRAND TIRES CAPTURE THE WARD OF CONSUMER XCELLENCE FOR REPLACEMENT TIRES PASSENGER VEHICLE i.D. Pwwi m4 Ai"' mmnmHcm! 430-3282 ^^ 451-2208 8474020 656-7499 J7S4410 727-0400 IHS^BI Henderson Home News GV boys win two over the weekend By the Newa Staff Despite 25 points from junior An war Washington and 16 points from Nick Spajic, the Silverado basketball team was defeated by Cheyenne 73-61 on Friday night at Silverado. Cheyenne opened the contest with a 9-Orun, and the Skyhawks were forced to play catch up the rest of the game. The rebounding was the big thing, they killed us on the boards," Silverado coach Bill Crego said. "We didn't box out wellWashington, a junior transfer from Gary, Ind., made his presence felt on the court in his debut with Silverado. "He (Washington) played real well, he is just not in game shape yet," Crego said. Washington had some problem? with his transfer papers ^om Indiana that kept him indigible. Crego remains impressed with the way his team is performing. "We'd like to catch a few teams ahead of us (in the standings)," Crego said. "We've been in so many games thisyear. Hopefully we can win some down the stretch. We are still not mathematically out of it." Silverado is 1-6 in conference play, 4-13 overall. Wednesday athome, Silverado came out on fire, winning its first Sunset Conference game of the year, a 54-47 victory over Bonanza. Th^"Skyhawks went up by double digits early and held off a Bonanza rally at the end for the win. — Spajic. and Rodney Flanagan both scored 11 points for Silverado. GREEN VALLEY — Mike Jones connected on a jumper in the key at the buzzer to lift the Gators to a 64-63 road victory over Rancho on Friday night/ "I think our team is coming on, they like each other and are starting to play together ... we hope to build on that," Green See Boys Pages Vegas b eats Bas ic in boys showdown RayBrawar News Staff Writer The Las Vegas High Sdu>ol boys basketball team turned up the defensive pressure in its boys basketball showdown with Basic on Saturday night During the first quarter, Basic senior guard Damon Caldwell lit up the scoreboard for 14 points. After that, the Wildcats' defense shut him down and limited the Wolves' leading scorer to seven points the remainder of the game. The result of Las Vegas' suffocating defense was a 69-64 setback for Basic. It moves the Wolves to 7-9 overall, 6-2 in Sunrise conference play. With the win, Las Vegas rea^i^iHi^^Bi^BBHaa mains in first place of the division with a perfect 7-0 conference record. "We played hard, we just couldn't -finish it out," Caldwell said. "We'll be all right. We feel real confident, but we have a lot of tough games left." "It was a good team effort, but ^ the late turnovers really hurt us. Eliminate the turnovers and we did a good Job. They hit key baskets at the end off of our turnovers." Paul Berg, Basic assistant coach Caldwell's outburst helped Basic jump out to a quick 23-17 advantage at the end of the first quarter, as the Wolyes were clicking on all cylinders. "Damon is a team player, he started out real strong," assistant coach Paul Berg said. "He does everything we ask of him." With Las Vegas focusing its defensive strategy on stopping Caldwell, Derrell Rivas and Antonie Thomas stepped up, both finishing up the game with 12 points. "People tell me to keep my head up and that's what I'm doing," Thomas said. Trailing by three at halftime, the Wolves went on a 19-10 run in the third quarter to take a 52-46 lead. Basic started the fourth quarter with two inside baskets from Thomas, building its lead to 58-50. Then the Wolves went cold, committing several turnovers that led to a 12-1 r\m by the Wildcats and helped them post the victory. "It was a good team effort, but the latie turnovers really hurt us,' Berg-saidr "Eliminate the turnovers and we-did a good job. They hit key baskets at the end off of our turnovers." The Wolves are confident that they can give a good game to any team in the state. "We are a confident team, an experienced group of kids," Berg said. At Basic on Friday, Thomas hit a short jumper in the final seconds to give the Wolves a 57-56 .victory over Eldorado High School. '^-i Lee Zaichick/News StaffSKY-HIGH BATTLE •— Silverado's Jari Washington (32) battles a Cheyenne player for a loose ball during Friday night's boys basketball game at Silverado High School. "I was thinking about grabbing the rebound and putting it back in the hole," Thomas said. Caldwell led all scorers with 32 points. GV girls II two wins; ^Hawks, Wolves fall By tha Naws Staff Here's a look at last weekend's girls basketball action involving Basic, Green Valley and Silverado. ELDORADO CLIPS BASIC: Eldorado outscored Basic 15-4 at the free throw line and held on for a 49-42 victory in girls basketball action Friday night at Eldorado High School. Teresa Ramirez led the Wolves with 20 points while Valerie Harris and Melanie Harris each had eight points. "The girls understand the mistakes they made and we'll definitely correct them," Basic coach Jan Van Tuyl said. Eldorado was called for eight fouls while Basic was whistled for 20fouls. Ramirez and Melanie Harris fouled out. The Wolves trailed 12-lOafler one quarter, 19-18 at the half and 34-32 after three quarters. "It stayed close," Van Tuyl said. Van Tuyl added "Teresa played well and it wasn't a bad game by the twins and Brandy [DePoorter] was dishing the ball." Ihe Wolves' game scheduled for Saturday night at Las Vegas was postponed until this Saturday. Game time is 7 p.m. The Wolves are 10-5 overall and 5-1 in Sunrise play. GREEN VALLEY WINS TWO: Green Valley used 16 points from Crissy Buck in beating Rancho 40-27 in girls basketball action Friday night at Green Valley High School. "To me it was a stniggle," Gator's coach Alma Randolph said. The teams were tied 12-12 at the half and it wasn't until the fourth quarter until the Gators put the game away. Green Valley outscored Rancho 18-6 in the fourth quarter. "Our defense brought us through again," Randolph said. "They forced turnovers to get us back in the game." Randolph added the Gators "didn't shoot very well tonight. We just couldn't get anything to fall." Jenna Hortizuela added nine points to the Gators' attack. "The kids know we have to work together as a team if something's not going right," Randolph said. "If they aren't rebounding or shooting well, they have to get together and work on it" On Saturday, the Gators raced past Vo-Tech 60-14. "I was frightened early," Randolph said. "We came out tense and I was concerned about the way the girls were performing." SMGIHS Pages Area wrestling teams impressive in outings By tha Nawa Staff Here's a rundown of last week's wrestling action. BASIC — The Ba^sic wrestling team traveled to Page, Ariz., last weekend, placing third at the Page Invitational. The Wolves finished with 167.5 points, 35 points out of first place. Junior Kevin Lochner placed first in the 160-pound division and was named outstanding wresUer of the toumamfent Senior Ben Morris (127) and Jeremy Evans (145) both placed second, while Ben Anderson (121) and Mike Diadone (183) placed third. Wednesday Basic defeated Valley 61-18 in a Sunrise conference dual meet, and Friday they defeated Rancho 39-31. Basic is tied with Green Valley for first place in the conference with a 3-0 record. GRBEN VALLEY — The Gators won two conference dual matches last v/etk as they defeated Rancho 49-21 at home on Wednesday and traveled to Las Vegas Hi^ School for a 59-15 victory on Thursday. Against Rancho, junior Charrell Broadus got the ball rolling for the Gators, winning his 105-pound match in overtime, 11-9. Broadus was down 7-4 after SMWrwtUng PageB La* Zahick/NavM Staff m CONTROL — Green Valley's Jeris Stephens (top) I* in control of hie match during Wedneadiy's wrwtling action against Rancho. Stephens pkked up 8 pin in the l3S-pound dass. I. -a

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Tasas '^^mmn^m^mmmmummmm wmmmmmmm PPiipili Ptfl* 6 HMKlnon Horn* Nw Tuesday, January 28,1997 TOBSday. Januafy26i 1997 yUmm Po7 EDUCATION Lee Zaichick/News Staff INSURED READING — A volunteer group of staff members from Stave Arrington's Insurance Co. have been reading weekly to students at Dooley Elementary school. The program has Inspired children's reading and study skills, a spokesman said. From left, student Tyler Christensen reads with Mary Rowley and Dawn Schulberg, Michael Brathor reads with Susan Sarwill, and Doug Monroe reads with Cynthia Swenberg. HPRD offers computer workshops Computer technology advances are outpacing consumer and business spending. Understandinfcomputer upgrades and solving problems have become as expensive as software. Henderson Parks and Recreation Department and Computers By Design rofessionals are offering threehour workshops for $15. Workshops will be held from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, Feb. 8 and March 1, at the Kesterson Valley View Recreation Center, 500 Harris St. '• The class will cover basic upgrading, hardware and solving problems/configuration. "Free computer education hotlines traditionally offered by software companies are becoming too difficult and sometimes overly costly to consumers," said recreation coordinator John Sefton. "Software companies like Intuit, which produces Quickbooks Pro, charge first-time callers $25 per call and will not offer any assistance without a valid credit card number." In such a "buyer-educateyourseir market, a solid understanding of upgrading and problem-solving is essential, he said. Th'S workshop will cover general knowledge, including how to load certain software. Computers By Design is a retail computer services company assisting customers in building customized PC and Macintosh computers, including all types of upgrades, new computer set-ups and networking. Participants are encouraged to register in advance as seating is limited. Special participation arrangements can be made provided recreation coordinators are notified in advance. For more information, call 5652121(TTY 565-2057). Students named to SUU dean's list Three local students were named to the fall quarter dean's list at Southern Utah University in Cedar City. Tliey are RebeccaDavis, David Forsberg and Tessa Michelle Hafen. To be included on the dean's list, a student must complete at least 15 quarter hours of academic work for which a letter grade is awarded, and mustearn a grade point average of 3.60. School zoning meeting tonight -+ A public input meeting for zoning proposals that would affect students attending several southeast area elementary schools will be held today. The meeting, which addresses zoning for the 1997-98 school year, is scheduled for 6 to 8 p.m. at the Greenspun Junior High School cafeteria, 140 N. Valle Verde Drive in Henderson. Zoning changes for the following elementary schools will be discussed: Beatty to Cartwright, Vanderburg to Cartwright, Taylor to Morrow, Sewell to Morrow and Dooley to Morrow, attendance zones need to be created for Morrow and Cartwright, both new schools that will open next fall. Input from these meetings is used to prepare recommendations tP the Board of School Trustees, whieh approves final zoning for the district. GVHS to present 'My Fair Lady' Green Valley High School will present "My Fair Lady" starting Tliursday night. Performances will be at 7 p.m. Jan. 30 and 31,2 p.m. Feb. 1 and 7 p.m. Feb. 6, 7 and 8. Tickets are $4 for students and senior citizens, and $6 for adults. The box office will be open one hour before curtain and only general seating will be available. Featured players include Kellie Friedmutter, Kim Famham; Brad Scow, Dustin Tiep and Brian Blaylock. :m:{(^:m:i'(d):m):im '3 LUCKY ROLLS Hit 4-Natural 6's, Hit 4-Natural 7's or Hit 4-Natural 8's and WIN A ROLL OF QUARTERS Details in the Lounge C Lounge Open 24 Hours ^ 2241 N. Green Valley Pkwy. • 454-4211 Su^i^tn Cf*"^ ^^ W^^W^W^^W^^W^M Nevada Pjc-A-Part 110 W. Roily 565-1414 CASH • PRIZES • CASH • PRIZES D 0/VCf AGMW. BIG 0 BRAND TIRES CAPTURE THE WARD OF CONSUMER XCELLENCE FOR REPLACEMENT TIRES PASSENGER VEHICLE i.D. Pwwi m4 Ai"' mmnmHcm! 430-3282 ^^ 451-2208 8474020 656-7499 J7S4410 727-0400 IHS^BI Henderson Home News GV boys win two over the weekend By the Newa Staff Despite 25 points from junior An war Washington and 16 points from Nick Spajic, the Silverado basketball team was defeated by Cheyenne 73-61 on Friday night at Silverado. Cheyenne opened the contest with a 9-Orun, and the Skyhawks were forced to play catch up the rest of the game. The rebounding was the big thing, they killed us on the boards," Silverado coach Bill Crego said. "We didn't box out wellWashington, a junior transfer from Gary, Ind., made his presence felt on the court in his debut with Silverado. "He (Washington) played real well, he is just not in game shape yet," Crego said. Washington had some problem? with his transfer papers ^om Indiana that kept him indigible. Crego remains impressed with the way his team is performing. "We'd like to catch a few teams ahead of us (in the standings)," Crego said. "We've been in so many games thisyear. Hopefully we can win some down the stretch. We are still not mathematically out of it." Silverado is 1-6 in conference play, 4-13 overall. Wednesday athome, Silverado came out on fire, winning its first Sunset Conference game of the year, a 54-47 victory over Bonanza. Th^"Skyhawks went up by double digits early and held off a Bonanza rally at the end for the win. — Spajic. and Rodney Flanagan both scored 11 points for Silverado. GREEN VALLEY — Mike Jones connected on a jumper in the key at the buzzer to lift the Gators to a 64-63 road victory over Rancho on Friday night/ "I think our team is coming on, they like each other and are starting to play together ... we hope to build on that," Green See Boys Pages Vegas b eats Bas ic in boys showdown RayBrawar News Staff Writer The Las Vegas High Sdu>ol boys basketball team turned up the defensive pressure in its boys basketball showdown with Basic on Saturday night During the first quarter, Basic senior guard Damon Caldwell lit up the scoreboard for 14 points. After that, the Wildcats' defense shut him down and limited the Wolves' leading scorer to seven points the remainder of the game. The result of Las Vegas' suffocating defense was a 69-64 setback for Basic. It moves the Wolves to 7-9 overall, 6-2 in Sunrise conference play. With the win, Las Vegas rea^i^iHi^^Bi^BBHaa mains in first place of the division with a perfect 7-0 conference record. "We played hard, we just couldn't -finish it out," Caldwell said. "We'll be all right. We feel real confident, but we have a lot of tough games left." "It was a good team effort, but ^ the late turnovers really hurt us. Eliminate the turnovers and we did a good Job. They hit key baskets at the end off of our turnovers." Paul Berg, Basic assistant coach Caldwell's outburst helped Basic jump out to a quick 23-17 advantage at the end of the first quarter, as the Wolyes were clicking on all cylinders. "Damon is a team player, he started out real strong," assistant coach Paul Berg said. "He does everything we ask of him." With Las Vegas focusing its defensive strategy on stopping Caldwell, Derrell Rivas and Antonie Thomas stepped up, both finishing up the game with 12 points. "People tell me to keep my head up and that's what I'm doing," Thomas said. Trailing by three at halftime, the Wolves went on a 19-10 run in the third quarter to take a 52-46 lead. Basic started the fourth quarter with two inside baskets from Thomas, building its lead to 58-50. Then the Wolves went cold, committing several turnovers that led to a 12-1 r\m by the Wildcats and helped them post the victory. "It was a good team effort, but the latie turnovers really hurt us,' Berg-saidr "Eliminate the turnovers and we-did a good job. They hit key baskets at the end off of our turnovers." The Wolves are confident that they can give a good game to any team in the state. "We are a confident team, an experienced group of kids," Berg said. At Basic on Friday, Thomas hit a short jumper in the final seconds to give the Wolves a 57-56 .victory over Eldorado High School. '^-i Lee Zaichick/News StaffSKY-HIGH BATTLE •— Silverado's Jari Washington (32) battles a Cheyenne player for a loose ball during Friday night's boys basketball game at Silverado High School. "I was thinking about grabbing the rebound and putting it back in the hole," Thomas said. Caldwell led all scorers with 32 points. GV girls II two wins; ^Hawks, Wolves fall By tha Naws Staff Here's a look at last weekend's girls basketball action involving Basic, Green Valley and Silverado. ELDORADO CLIPS BASIC: Eldorado outscored Basic 15-4 at the free throw line and held on for a 49-42 victory in girls basketball action Friday night at Eldorado High School. Teresa Ramirez led the Wolves with 20 points while Valerie Harris and Melanie Harris each had eight points. "The girls understand the mistakes they made and we'll definitely correct them," Basic coach Jan Van Tuyl said. Eldorado was called for eight fouls while Basic was whistled for 20fouls. Ramirez and Melanie Harris fouled out. The Wolves trailed 12-lOafler one quarter, 19-18 at the half and 34-32 after three quarters. "It stayed close," Van Tuyl said. Van Tuyl added "Teresa played well and it wasn't a bad game by the twins and Brandy [DePoorter] was dishing the ball." Ihe Wolves' game scheduled for Saturday night at Las Vegas was postponed until this Saturday. Game time is 7 p.m. The Wolves are 10-5 overall and 5-1 in Sunrise play. GREEN VALLEY WINS TWO: Green Valley used 16 points from Crissy Buck in beating Rancho 40-27 in girls basketball action Friday night at Green Valley High School. "To me it was a stniggle," Gator's coach Alma Randolph said. The teams were tied 12-12 at the half and it wasn't until the fourth quarter until the Gators put the game away. Green Valley outscored Rancho 18-6 in the fourth quarter. "Our defense brought us through again," Randolph said. "They forced turnovers to get us back in the game." Randolph added the Gators "didn't shoot very well tonight. We just couldn't get anything to fall." Jenna Hortizuela added nine points to the Gators' attack. "The kids know we have to work together as a team if something's not going right," Randolph said. "If they aren't rebounding or shooting well, they have to get together and work on it" On Saturday, the Gators raced past Vo-Tech 60-14. "I was frightened early," Randolph said. "We came out tense and I was concerned about the way the girls were performing." SMGIHS Pages Area wrestling teams impressive in outings By tha Nawa Staff Here's a rundown of last week's wrestling action. BASIC — The Ba^sic wrestling team traveled to Page, Ariz., last weekend, placing third at the Page Invitational. The Wolves finished with 167.5 points, 35 points out of first place. Junior Kevin Lochner placed first in the 160-pound division and was named outstanding wresUer of the toumamfent Senior Ben Morris (127) and Jeremy Evans (145) both placed second, while Ben Anderson (121) and Mike Diadone (183) placed third. Wednesday Basic defeated Valley 61-18 in a Sunrise conference dual meet, and Friday they defeated Rancho 39-31. Basic is tied with Green Valley for first place in the conference with a 3-0 record. GRBEN VALLEY — The Gators won two conference dual matches last v/etk as they defeated Rancho 49-21 at home on Wednesday and traveled to Las Vegas Hi^ School for a 59-15 victory on Thursday. Against Rancho, junior Charrell Broadus got the ball rolling for the Gators, winning his 105-pound match in overtime, 11-9. Broadus was down 7-4 after SMWrwtUng PageB La* Zahick/NavM Staff m CONTROL — Green Valley's Jeris Stephens (top) I* in control of hie match during Wedneadiy's wrwtling action against Rancho. Stephens pkked up 8 pin in the l3S-pound dass. I. -a

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^BmmmmfiVBtamtmm wmmmmmmmmmBBimmmm iwap ^ • • • • • pwwvvaw fVgat HMMiWMnHonwMnvtTaesdiV. January 28, t997 Tuesd^, January 28,1997 MandaraoA lioinMai f •• i asic, GV girls post soccer wins £y By tiwNwMV MMI Tlie Basic and Green Valley girli loocerteanu boui|riaced up victories on lliursday while the Silverado girls were shut out. Here's a look at Thursday's action. BASIC—The Wolves posted a 3-0 shutout over lUncho. Shannon Balderson was in goal for Basic and had her first varsity shutout T^e Wolves led 1-0 at the half on a goal by Rhiannon McNeill off an assist by Heather LeflfingwfeH. ~ Shoshana Erickson scored for the Wolves in the second half as she hit a comer kick that bouncer back out to her and she chipped it over the goalie's head. McNeill scored the final Basic goal off an assist from Heather Tolboe. "We're getting goals and getting some breaks to go our way," Basic coach Bill Fitzgerald said. He pointed to the fact that McNeill's first goal hit the post and went in. "She has hit the post nine times," Fitzgerald said. "I saw this one hit the post and I said 'Oh/no, riot again', but this one went it. It's about time slie got a break."' Fitzgerald also praise the play of Ciera Diaz. "She had two chances to score a goal," Fitzgerald said. "But she tried to feed the ball to Rhiannon to get a hat trick. It was.very selfless play. It shows she's really a team player." WRESTUIMG From Page 7 Rob Weidenfeld/News Staff CONCENTRATION — Basic's Rhiannon McNeill moves the ball down the field during Thursday's soccer match against Rsncho. McNeill scored two goals in the Wolves' 3-0 victory. The Wolves go to 2-5-2 in Sunrise play and 4-9-2 overall. "The girls are playing well," Fitzgerald said. "Maybe our luck is starting to change." GREEN VALLEY — Sarah McCrea scored with about one minute left in the first half and the Gators held on for a 1-0 victory over Chaparral. "It was a real good contest," Gators' coach Vince Hart said. "Both teams played very well." Hart said the Gators had plenty of chances to score. "Wehad about 16 comers an(j^ we finally got one to go in," Hart said. "We hit the post twice and reaily played a great first half In the secoijd half, we lost a little confidence and it was a more even game." Hart added the defense—like the rest of the season—has been solid. "Our back four played excellent," Hart said. "Stephanie Eckles played very well at left fullback and Shannon Scow, Becca Hughes and Kari Leavitt have all been very consistent." T^e Gators now have 10 shutouts. The shutouts are just as much a credit to them as well as [keeper] Davina [Schwartz]," Hart added. Schwartz has not given up a goal in the regular season. The coach said the team "is playing well. It was a real good game for us to win. Right before zone, you need these: types of games." The Gators are 14-1-0 overall and 10-0-0 in Sunrise play. SILVERADO — The Skyhawks trailed Bonanza 1-0 at halftime and went on to fall 4-. 0. "It was a lack of motivation," Silverado coach Kirk Grimm said. "We couldn't get the fire started. [Bonanza] played a typical game. They played strong down the middle and beat us individually at every position." Grimm added the Skyhawks' 2-2 tie with Gorman on Tuesday "took a lot out of us, but we still didn't play well. A lot of the girls went away thinking we could have had a better effort. T^ftjfc.^ flat out beat us." -^S^-— The coach said there were chances. "We were down 1-0 at the half and that's not bad," he said. "But, we just didn't play like we could." The Skyhawks are 3-5-2 overall and 1-4-2 in Sunset play. The Gators settled dbwft:Vid rolled to the victory. Buck and Jeree na Bosket each scored nine points to lead the Gators. "We got a chance to let all the kids play," Randolph said. "And they worked very well on defense." Green Valley is 11-4 overall and 6-1 in Sunrise play. SILVERADO FALLS TWICE: Silverado lost two games over the weekend. llie^yhawks fell behind 127 afler the first quarter on Friday night and went on to lose 60-47 to Cheyenne in girls basketball action at Cheyenne. "We just had trouble with Roshaunda Hall," Silverado coach Diane Hernandez said. "Shehad 20 oftheir first 26 points in the first half" Hernandez said the Skyhawks slowed down Hall in the second half, but "then they had other players step up and hit shots. And we just did not have a good shooting night again. [Cheyenne] just played a good game." Joyce Sudario, Amber Fife and Bri Burton each had 13 pointe to^ lead Silverado. \. On Saturday, the Skyhawks were outscored 21-6 in the fourth quarter in falling to Bonanza 4434. Silverado trailed 18-16 at the half "Bonanza just outplayed us," Hernandez said. Sudario was the only SkyWawk in double figures with 16 points. Silverardo is 11-9 overall and 3-4 in Sunset play. BOYS From Page 7 Valley coach Gene Carpenter said. Junior Jamar Glaspar led the Gators with 19 points, while Jones added 14 and Demetrius Hunter registered 11. "Jamar Glaspar runs hot and cold," Carpenter said. "Right now he is hot. Hopefully he can stay that way." Saturday, Green Valley cruised to a 69-44 decision over Vo-Tech. Glaspar lead all scorers with 19 points and Hunter finished with 12 points. Kyle Green added 12 points for Green Valley. "Kyle Green had a real good game on Saturday," Carpenter said. With the two wins over the weekend, the Gators move to 11^ 9 overall, 3-4 in Sunrise play. • • two periods, but managed to tie the match up despite almost beingpinned. In overtime, he picked up a two point take down with 1:42 left in the session for the win. "I was trying to get up, but he was overpowering me," Broadus said. "I knew I had to do it for the team. It was a tough meet to-^ night." Senior David Monje followed Broadus with a 14-4 mtyor decision in the 114-pound division, ^d Dustin Doyle won a 3-2 decision in the 127-weight class. "I feel good about this team," Gator coach Jimmy May said. "We struggle in some weights and tonight was no exception." After Frank Fellepelle (132) and Jeris Stephens (135) had back-to back pins, followed by a Brandon Jimene^pin in the 145pound division, the Gators were up for good 28-9. Cody Hix (171) and J.R. Gennuso (HWY) added pins in the victory.,* Against Las Vegas, the Gators cruised to an easy conference win with pins from Jac Hay (122), Fellepelle (133), Stephens (138), and Lucas Lichenstein (148). Lichenstein's pin came against Eddie CifTord, who was second in zone last year. "That was a big win for Luke only being a sophomore," May said. Green Valley is 3-0 in Sunrise conference duals and 5-0 overall. The Green Valley junior varsity team had nine wrestlers place atthe freshman/sophomore meet at Las Vegas High School over the weekend. SILVERADO — The Silverado wrestling team defeated Cheyenne 38-27 on Thursday in a Sunset conference dual meet. : "Cheyenne was a little tougher thanIexpected,"Silveradocoach Bob Clements said. "I was a littledisappointedattheoutcome and the kids know that" Tom Cass -'(14^ 'ana Mar^ Paladino (133) registered pins, while heavy weight Joel Menedez won his match 10-2 and Mike Bartholow added a7-1 victory in the 155-pound division. Wednesday, Silverado (3-1 in conference duals) defeated Bonanza 46-21. "We are working on timing and drilling, just staying with basics," Clements said. "The key for everyone in town i s to peak at therighttime. Itisadogfightfor zone, with two or three teams, including us, who could win it." At the freshman/sophomore meet, Silverado had five wrestlers place. First place finishers include Josh Watson (173) and Brock Lafasto (127). 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^BmmmmfiVBtamtmm wmmmmmmmmmBBimmmm iwap ^ • • • • • pwwvvaw fVgat HMMiWMnHonwMnvtTaesdiV. January 28, t997 Tuesd^, January 28,1997 MandaraoA lioinMai f •• i asic, GV girls post soccer wins £y By tiwNwMV MMI Tlie Basic and Green Valley girli loocerteanu boui|riaced up victories on lliursday while the Silverado girls were shut out. Here's a look at Thursday's action. BASIC—The Wolves posted a 3-0 shutout over lUncho. Shannon Balderson was in goal for Basic and had her first varsity shutout T^e Wolves led 1-0 at the half on a goal by Rhiannon McNeill off an assist by Heather LeflfingwfeH. ~ Shoshana Erickson scored for the Wolves in the second half as she hit a comer kick that bouncer back out to her and she chipped it over the goalie's head. McNeill scored the final Basic goal off an assist from Heather Tolboe. "We're getting goals and getting some breaks to go our way," Basic coach Bill Fitzgerald said. He pointed to the fact that McNeill's first goal hit the post and went in. "She has hit the post nine times," Fitzgerald said. "I saw this one hit the post and I said 'Oh/no, riot again', but this one went it. It's about time slie got a break."' Fitzgerald also praise the play of Ciera Diaz. "She had two chances to score a goal," Fitzgerald said. "But she tried to feed the ball to Rhiannon to get a hat trick. It was.very selfless play. It shows she's really a team player." WRESTUIMG From Page 7 Rob Weidenfeld/News Staff CONCENTRATION — Basic's Rhiannon McNeill moves the ball down the field during Thursday's soccer match against Rsncho. McNeill scored two goals in the Wolves' 3-0 victory. The Wolves go to 2-5-2 in Sunrise play and 4-9-2 overall. "The girls are playing well," Fitzgerald said. "Maybe our luck is starting to change." GREEN VALLEY — Sarah McCrea scored with about one minute left in the first half and the Gators held on for a 1-0 victory over Chaparral. "It was a real good contest," Gators' coach Vince Hart said. "Both teams played very well." Hart said the Gators had plenty of chances to score. "Wehad about 16 comers an(j^ we finally got one to go in," Hart said. "We hit the post twice and reaily played a great first half In the secoijd half, we lost a little confidence and it was a more even game." Hart added the defense—like the rest of the season—has been solid. "Our back four played excellent," Hart said. "Stephanie Eckles played very well at left fullback and Shannon Scow, Becca Hughes and Kari Leavitt have all been very consistent." T^e Gators now have 10 shutouts. The shutouts are just as much a credit to them as well as [keeper] Davina [Schwartz]," Hart added. Schwartz has not given up a goal in the regular season. The coach said the team "is playing well. It was a real good game for us to win. Right before zone, you need these: types of games." The Gators are 14-1-0 overall and 10-0-0 in Sunrise play. SILVERADO — The Skyhawks trailed Bonanza 1-0 at halftime and went on to fall 4-. 0. "It was a lack of motivation," Silverado coach Kirk Grimm said. "We couldn't get the fire started. [Bonanza] played a typical game. They played strong down the middle and beat us individually at every position." Grimm added the Skyhawks' 2-2 tie with Gorman on Tuesday "took a lot out of us, but we still didn't play well. A lot of the girls went away thinking we could have had a better effort. T^ftjfc.^ flat out beat us." -^S^-— The coach said there were chances. "We were down 1-0 at the half and that's not bad," he said. "But, we just didn't play like we could." The Skyhawks are 3-5-2 overall and 1-4-2 in Sunset play. The Gators settled dbwft:Vid rolled to the victory. Buck and Jeree na Bosket each scored nine points to lead the Gators. "We got a chance to let all the kids play," Randolph said. "And they worked very well on defense." Green Valley is 11-4 overall and 6-1 in Sunrise play. SILVERADO FALLS TWICE: Silverado lost two games over the weekend. llie^yhawks fell behind 127 afler the first quarter on Friday night and went on to lose 60-47 to Cheyenne in girls basketball action at Cheyenne. "We just had trouble with Roshaunda Hall," Silverado coach Diane Hernandez said. "Shehad 20 oftheir first 26 points in the first half" Hernandez said the Skyhawks slowed down Hall in the second half, but "then they had other players step up and hit shots. And we just did not have a good shooting night again. [Cheyenne] just played a good game." Joyce Sudario, Amber Fife and Bri Burton each had 13 pointe to^ lead Silverado. \. On Saturday, the Skyhawks were outscored 21-6 in the fourth quarter in falling to Bonanza 4434. Silverado trailed 18-16 at the half "Bonanza just outplayed us," Hernandez said. Sudario was the only SkyWawk in double figures with 16 points. Silverardo is 11-9 overall and 3-4 in Sunset play. BOYS From Page 7 Valley coach Gene Carpenter said. Junior Jamar Glaspar led the Gators with 19 points, while Jones added 14 and Demetrius Hunter registered 11. "Jamar Glaspar runs hot and cold," Carpenter said. "Right now he is hot. Hopefully he can stay that way." Saturday, Green Valley cruised to a 69-44 decision over Vo-Tech. Glaspar lead all scorers with 19 points and Hunter finished with 12 points. Kyle Green added 12 points for Green Valley. "Kyle Green had a real good game on Saturday," Carpenter said. With the two wins over the weekend, the Gators move to 11^ 9 overall, 3-4 in Sunrise play. • • two periods, but managed to tie the match up despite almost beingpinned. In overtime, he picked up a two point take down with 1:42 left in the session for the win. "I was trying to get up, but he was overpowering me," Broadus said. "I knew I had to do it for the team. It was a tough meet to-^ night." Senior David Monje followed Broadus with a 14-4 mtyor decision in the 114-pound division, ^d Dustin Doyle won a 3-2 decision in the 127-weight class. "I feel good about this team," Gator coach Jimmy May said. "We struggle in some weights and tonight was no exception." After Frank Fellepelle (132) and Jeris Stephens (135) had back-to back pins, followed by a Brandon Jimene^pin in the 145pound division, the Gators were up for good 28-9. Cody Hix (171) and J.R. Gennuso (HWY) added pins in the victory.,* Against Las Vegas, the Gators cruised to an easy conference win with pins from Jac Hay (122), Fellepelle (133), Stephens (138), and Lucas Lichenstein (148). Lichenstein's pin came against Eddie CifTord, who was second in zone last year. "That was a big win for Luke only being a sophomore," May said. Green Valley is 3-0 in Sunrise conference duals and 5-0 overall. The Green Valley junior varsity team had nine wrestlers place atthe freshman/sophomore meet at Las Vegas High School over the weekend. SILVERADO — The Silverado wrestling team defeated Cheyenne 38-27 on Thursday in a Sunset conference dual meet. : "Cheyenne was a little tougher thanIexpected,"Silveradocoach Bob Clements said. "I was a littledisappointedattheoutcome and the kids know that" Tom Cass -'(14^ 'ana Mar^ Paladino (133) registered pins, while heavy weight Joel Menedez won his match 10-2 and Mike Bartholow added a7-1 victory in the 155-pound division. Wednesday, Silverado (3-1 in conference duals) defeated Bonanza 46-21. "We are working on timing and drilling, just staying with basics," Clements said. "The key for everyone in town i s to peak at therighttime. Itisadogfightfor zone, with two or three teams, including us, who could win it." At the freshman/sophomore meet, Silverado had five wrestlers place. First place finishers include Josh Watson (173) and Brock Lafasto (127). Second place finishers were Andy Sosch (132), John Reyes (160), and Jason I Nelson ('187^ • J^.l^gJ Music DOES Make a Difference MUSIC LESSONS ^._*Group.& Private Lessons for Piano Private Lessons All Instruments & Voice Professional Teaching Staff • Best Studio Facilities • Extended Evening Hours •Two Free Lessons with Instrument Rental • Quarterly Discounts & Family Rates Family Music Centers fj'(corner of Sunset & Green Valley I'kwy • Next to Trader Joe s) ki .435-4080 ^^^ I :<*\ ^ SATURN SL2^: PLAY CLUB ALYSTRA January through March and you can drive away In a BRAND NEW CAR! i DRAWING for the Saturn SL2 on Monday, March 31, 1997 at^iOO p.m.! AMD...Don't miss out on Our Cash Drawing every Monday & Tuesday nighty through January! ^ Must be a club Alystra Member Details at Quest Service SKOALS ARE NOT GOOD WrTN ANY OTHEJt OTTU ALYSTKA lESUVES THl RIGHT TO MODffY OR OHCONTmUE SKCIAIS/PROMOTKMS. • ^.^ ALYSTRA CASINO Mm can be a KNEWS Spotter! Wlien you see news in the making call KNEWS at 73S644 or Cellular "970. Give us a news tip and you'll be a KNEWS SPOITER and well give you a KNEWS 'NEWS SPOTTER" Tee Shirt If your news tip is the best of the week you'll also receive a beautiful KNEWS 970 AM Jacket nMB S70AM 735-8644 or Cellular *970 Legal Notices Legal Notices Legal Notices LegaS Notices Legal No^itf" LBCALNOnCC WALKER TOWING INC M Court enter M Order chanflnc Petttioncr'i legal name tnm Dcbra Lee MlDard (o Dcfcra Lee Baker. Notice k Furtber Given that Hijr pciMO haviiic aiWdion to tlM chancing of Petition*! naaw aa aforoaid Adi flic vrrittcn objection witii the Faiaily Court wltliin ten dajn afterdate of the bit publication of thii Notice, to wit, Uic 21 day oT February, 1997. H—Jan. 20, Feh. 4,11,1997. LEGAL NOTICE LAS VEGAS BAY MARINA P.O. BOX 91150 HENDERSON, NV 09009 (702)5<5-9111 Let^/Reciftercd Owner: Emptor, UM. 300S.4thStcllll Lai VccM,NV 09101 Jerry H. EBban 7410 Wafawt Creek LaiVeg,NV 09117 Boirt: 19(4 Crowemar 2ro#' NV5529KL HullNVZ552930494 The Auction wiH be held on Febniai7 10,1997 at the Lai Vefa* Bay Marina, at Lai Ve(ai Bay, on L^e Mead, Hradeiwm, Nevada, at 0:00 AM. H—Jan. 23,20, Feb. <, 1997. LEGAL NOTICE LAS VEGAS BAY MARINA P.O. BOX 91150 HENDERSON, NV 09009 (702)565-9111 Lcfal/Refiitered Owner: Jackie Howaid LaiVaai,NVOil0 ww NV1481KL HuiMM19 The Anctioa wfl be held on FcbnMi7 IS, 1997 at Ihc Laa Vt|ai lay MariM, at LM Vi(M Bay, Ml Lake MMI, H arf aw an, Nevad*, it tM AM. H-jMfc 23,21, fth. 0,1997. LEGAL NOTICE Naiaa b harriijr livM that Ci—iirrlilllwh^fNaTuda hMBM with Ihc Federal Han for Ihc MUhWmtttl of a ww brmcfc facBily lMlcd • I 27M NMlh GfMi Vdky Parkway, Hendcnoa, Nevada, 09014. Any pcnaa to nmmuTt — fldi • ay flk hb or hcrfMimikiwiMiwiai dw Rc^cnal Director of the Fedcrd Dcpodt lomrMicc Coiporalioa at ite rrgjaual offlcc, 25 EckcrStRd, Suite 2300, San F^WCIMO, California, 94105, before proceMfaig of the ipplicaUon hai been conplcted. Pnccninc will be ciwplHed no earlier thn Ihc ISUi day rallowii eitiier the date of the laat required pubUcatian or Ihedate of Uw reccint OTUM application by tiie FDIC, whiche*er b later. The period UMy be extended by the Regional Director for good cauic The noncoaddentiil portion of the application file b available for taapection witUn one day folowbigthe rcquotforiuch file. It may be inspected in the Corporaljan'i regional office during regular buiinea boun. PhotooDpici of the information in the nonconfidcntiil portion of (IK application (Ue will be made available upon request. A •cbedyle of chirgci for luch copiea can be obtained from the regional oflkc. Publialied punuant to section 303.<(r)(U) of the Rules and Rcgulationi of the Fedenl Depoiit Imurance Corporation. COMMERCIAL BANK OF NEVADA John S. Gaynor President and Chief Executive Onicer H—Jan. 20, 30, Feb. 4,6,11, 13, IS, 20, 25,27, 1997. LEGAL NOTICE TO) CARLOS GOMBZ4 MENDOZA r :~ TOi ELtSEOGUIIBRKEZ TOi ANY AND ALL PERSONS who mav dahn a hK termtkidellendaiil CURRENCY AND TELEPHONE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVENdiidontheClhdayor June, 1996, the City of Hendeiwn and the Henderson Police Depaitmenl commenced a forfellore actleo pursuant to NRS 4S3J01 in Case No. A3602S9, Department Number XII, in the Eighth Judicial District Court of the State of Nevada. Thb • ctiim involved Four Hundred Twenty Two Dullani($421(N))inUni(ed Stales Currency, One (1) Sirvem .22 Cal Rille, Seriul Number TKVtlOSV, and One (1) Mechanical Scale which were seized fmm Carlos Gomez Mrndoza and Elineo GulierTrzlil, title, or intrrrst cluinird by you in the d>'r'ndun( currt-niy. If yiiu full to uaii4* 294-7713 BOULDER CONCRETE WANTS TO MEET TOUR CONCRETE NEEDS FOR FREE ESTMATES AND OUAUTY WORKMANSHIP CALL MICK CASEY BouktorCMy 293-1871 Ue. Ml V?^??//??///??J^?J??^???JJ?^^?/^??/A, X Harry's Quality Painting IS Year* in Boulder City Interior/Exterior ReeidentiaVCommercial Acouatical Ceiling Repair Text Drywall Taping Texturing Wallpapering 293-1523 Fr— EatlmatM Sanlor Discounts Lie Bonded Inaured I wzzzzznzzzzzznzzzzzzzzzzs£& rsiz PROFESSIONAL SERVICES PROFESSIONAL SERVICES PROFESSIONAL SERVICES ACTION ACE (The Appiance Place) Sales, pails ft servtce o( major appliances brands at reasonabis rates Open Monday-Saturday. 9-5; Sunday 1-5 East 43S-9038 West 650-5044 PLEASE ASK ABOUT PRE-HOLIDAY SPECIAL S inct_19 Free Eetimete. 1959 Lie. #214.0-19400 GENE'S TREE SERVICE Topping, Trimmmg, Removal Stump GrirKling Mtssm WE CAN GET RID OF UNWANTED COLJOR LOSS SPOTS ON YOUR CARPET, FAST! I Our Mdusivt Prism" carpet spot cotor (Cpv systtni restores vA matctKs the ongral dyt color perlectly-mikes your cvpel took hkenew • Trc Pram" Sysiim s Ike riMl wtvvccrl flvttvd of dye ip^ciion on MaeM • 0|ft colon n piKMrwi Mi )M CJrpd'tonvMlcab • ikMiei|.M CEMTIflfO CAMPET COtd^lST GENE'S CARPET CLEANING 564-8055 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES HOWARD HELDERLEIN CONSTRUCTION Commercial Residential • Rcmodcb 2U2S and Addition.s License W)21013 565-0874 TRANSFORMATION^^ Home ReetoraUone A Beautiflcation Specialist Interior A Exterior Painting Drywall A Stucco Repairs A more Honeet, Experienced • Affordable 452-9106 JACKMALVEN CONSTRUCTION SINCE 1945 REMODEUNG ROOM ADDITIONS COMMERCIAL REMODELS TENANT IMPROVEMENTS CUSTOM HOMES LICENSE #0011283 PHONE: 294-0355 PAGER: 1-800-399-9775 FAX: 294-0524

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...j^i^aijuyiWPSHH^iwapSSHSffipgi .jj.i..>.iiiiiiiniP9ip9iii mmmm mmmm No* 10 HcndMton HOIM NMV* Tuesday. January 28.1997 Tuesday, Jainaryi;^. t^f l lw i8 ii riuir WpAit Ne PROFESSIONAL SERVICES ^ • !**• • THECAVANAUGH'S PAINTING Interlor/Exteriof;^'"< BOULDER CITY CARPET CARE Carpal Cl aanlng apadaHala, upMalary, auto, boat, RVInlailera,14hr.aarva%Owpallai)(lcprolaetlon. Befl walar for aiaanar, aoflar earpato. 293-4148 2roi LCENEO. BONDED at NSURED We imove res. A comm. Fred estimates, we load/ unload rental trucks anywhere in town. 565-9675 or Beep 599-0652. PS22812 FREE INTERNET informatlon foryour business. Web Sites, Home Pages andClassified. In the best Malt. Call or Email (909) 276-7787 or www. 73240 .6550compuserve.com. PS21226 TK Cleaning Need a break? Call us for all your residential orcommercial cleaning. Reas. rates 293-7049. PS22588 Budget painting, commerc. & resid. Painting, patios, decks, home repair SVC. Call 558-8360/ 393-5304. PS22543 Giordano & Son plumbing Service & Repair Reasonable Lie 41G79 558-7887 Advertise in the NEWS GENES CARPET CLEANING and WINDOW CLEANING Res. & Comm. 564-8055 No Timo for your Lawn? Spadall2lng In al phiases ol Landscape maim Irrigation ft renovation • rock/sod, old/new Michaels 453-8252 Woodworking & Furniture Repair 565-5466 All Your Lawn Care Needs! IrKl new lawns, sprinklers, m renovation, cleanup arxl V pruning MICHAEL'S LAWN CARE 453-8252 MARY KAY COSMETICS Ind. Beauty Cons. Dee Dee Senko 293-5550 Gift Ideas & glamour advice CONCRETE & MASONRY 564-1487 MASONRY, INC. Body a Rust Work Done at YOUR HOME Sr. 20% Discount NO JOB TOO SMALL Sam 737-4885 GUITAR LESSONS By Exp. Teacher $10/hr. Call 564-7718 NANOIMAN with tnjck, trailer, tools & hoi per. Will do misc. jobs, $20/hr. FAST ESTIMATES pg. 584-7288/558-8683 WOOD BUND CLEANING Reasonable rates Southeast A Henderson 269-1959 BATH TUB REPAIR Tubs and Sinks reglazed, chips repaired. Fiberglass and more 564-2276 LICENSED HANDYMAN CoraniK Slvrt al $30 MAGIC! (702)451-9936 Frrf Rf ordiT I'mgrain ENTERTAINMENT VOICE PIANO DRAMA LESSONS Chitdiwi dull 7 ,dup Ouitry. Piotnaonal Madiing Flo RiymwKl • Cod Co Uuacil Ail> SludKi Opnlno ivalUbl* phoM now lor tppi S65-8469 fiT/^ffiltllU\V^$^i^\9(i ptflH[tl/U74//7T VOCAl. I'lASO • ORGAN OR KEYROARU!'.! iCntrrlainmml.Avallahlrriiryouroreiinizatiim r rvrnl. Prufrssional singer & Cii. Flo Raymond Coral Cova Muaical Arta Studio. 565-8469 STORAGE RENTALS STORAGE RENTALS Mini Storage For Rent, 7x10 Off Boulder Hwy. & Athol $35 monthly • 24 hr. access. 431-4442 For Rent Storage Units 293-1135 CONSIGNMENT Wanted childrens cloth, toys, turn, for consignment store in BC, 2942455/294-0984. MC22837 HEALTH & FITNESS ARTHRITIS PAIN RELIEF. 100% NATURAL EMU OIL The applk:ation of EMU Oil aids in the relief of pain by reducing inflammation & swelling associated witli Arthritis, muscle strain & sore joints. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. 2 oz. bottle $19:95 (includes S&H) M/C, VISA. TOLL FREE 1-888-4525292. MCI 5126 DIET! Lose up to 30#. 30 day program start at $30. MAGIC! 270-9082. HEALTH & FITNESS SUCCESS THE AMS WAY •HirMI SiipplMinii •NMural AnVbloUc ••(• NttunI Wtlghi Mirugm*nl ^ •f r* StmplM wtih contuflatlon •f ua or Part TImt DMrlbmon •CiD Larry or VtvU (702) 4S4-SMO •AManlig* Mtrlwtlng Syttamt, kK. •ThaM ara aoma of our producta Mlil-300, Sham Cartllaga. CoMoMal Plua Hupar AMIoiManl Colloidal SIvaf CANCER Learn how I cured my terminal cancer in 15 months. Send for FREE booklet. Sorensen's 1300 Aspen Dr. BC, NV 89005 (702) 293-6725 [ANNOUNCEMENTS ANNOUNCEMENTS ANNOUNCEMENTS KINDERGARTEN TEACHER needed for private Christian School. This is a MORNINGS ONLY position. For information call 293"7773 STfn BUILDINGS ALL STEfeL dUILDINGS. Straightwall or Arc. Discounts, overruns specials, 1-800-9733366. MC22858 two STEEL eUlLbINGS, public liquidation. 40x27 was $8,450 now $3,250. Also 40x60 was $8,690 now$5,9e0. Must sell, can daJivar, blueprints inciudad. 1-800292-0111. MC22876 MISCELLANEOUS Deluxe 25" TV console, $125; Saw8all$50; Skill saw $30; 434-6291. MI20348 Washers. Dryers $125 each 293-6101. BC. MI22802 STOOLS. Bar & Counter. BUY 1 GET 1 FREE. Hardwood 24" Buy 1 $39 get 2nd one FREEor 29" buy 1 $49 get 2nd one FREE. 434-4860, Bars N' Stools, Trop Nellis, 4922 E.Tropicana. MC22547 Sm. apartment size washer $75, works great, call Kellie, 558-3697. MI22541 Spinet Piano, plays well, $350, call 558-2252. MI22715 Maytag Electric Dryer, works great, $75, 2933144 MI22789 Electric dryer for sale, $75, call 566-6363. MI22851 COMPUTER SOFTWARE Over 25 CDRoms, including games, children's and educational disks. No shareware or demos. Most $3 to $5. Please call 434-6149 for list. MI21179 Stag brand, elac., antk^ue sewing machine $50; 8' silk ficus tree, $70; more than $4000 in Clipper, PMS&Volk clip art, $300 or best; Have a number of Computer Graphics & General info books for sale (Macintosh). Willfax price list to interested parties. Call 564-3598, MI22597 For Sale 2-1/2 yr. old washer & gas dryer, $500 FIRM, 565-8876. MI22616 Whirlpool W/D 3 yrs. old $350; Whirlpool port. 0/ W like new $325; white Amana fridge IBcu.ft. 3 yrs. old $500;. almond fridge 20 cu. ft. w/ icemaker $300. 2932214. MI22854 WE LOVE SNOWBIRDS" Nevada Inn, "a friendly place to stay" has winter rates, now in effect. Budget cottages to deluxe suifes/please call 702-293-2044 for rates and reservations. Our suites are three room apartment size, with kitchen. MI21382 27" Sony TV $120 ProForm exercise bike $40, 293-5619. MI22259 Barber chairs, 1 matching pr., orig. cond., white porcelain & chrome, nothing missing, ready to refurbish, $1100, phone 293-6180 ext. 105, Rod. MI22821 FREE firewood, 2948888. MI22e39 FREE hollow tile, 8x16, used, approx. 100, U haul away, 435-8261. MI22322 WOLFF TANNING BEDS. TAN AT HOME. Buy DIRECT and SAVE! Commercial/Home units from $199. Low Monthly Payments. FREE Color Catalog. Call TODAY, 1-800-842-1310. MI22870 KENMORE Sm. apart size washer WORKS GREAT will sacrifice for $75 558-3697 Iv msg. PIOTECTTOUISELF Ac*lnat Itebbtfrs, Muccr aatf *9.95 Chtcks or M.O. lo: Edward J. Rich 5261 Janfred Q. *33 Las Vegas, NV89103 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES START YOUR OWN cruise travel business. Eam up to 70% commission. Home-based business opportunity. Free cruise. 49 start-up fee. 1-800-836-0086. DOMESTIC HELP BUSINESS QPPORTUNITItS NOTICE TO READERS: The HBC Publications does not vouch for the legitimacy of Hems, jobs, or money-making opportunities advertised in this classifk:atk>n. We suggest you caretuHy evaluate such offers and riot send nrwney to these advertisers unless you are certain you know with whom you are dealing and you know all terms and conditions of the offer. FULL COLOR ADS inthe IMALLI Reach nMllions on the internet! Free details: 1-800-408-5618 ext. 2356. "Excellent Profits'Log home wholesalers ** Join proven 18 yr. Log Manufacturer, 16 Kiln-dried Log stylos, starting $9800. Exclusive territory. Mr. Buck 1-800-3215647, Old-Timer Log Homes. B022685 $10.000+POSSIBLEIIn a short period of time. Call for free information. Not MLM or franchising. Extensive training and support. 1-800-4146058. B022864 DOMESTIC ChRd eare in my home, Iota of love, attention & affection, 558-6401. DM; EUAOPBAN LiVg-lM CHILD CAR^Culturafly enriching, flexiblf. inhome, 45 hrsywk.7aterage $221/wlc perfaniily, not per chiM. US Qov't designated exchange program places carefully selected, English speaking Au Pairs, 18-26 years old, with qualified host families. CaH EurAuPair 800-713-2002. : Home child care, cert, teacher & grandmother will provide fun, k>ving care, lg. back yrd., lunches provided, call 564-1875. DH22604 Childcare needed. M-F from 4:30 PM-6:30PM In BC for 9 yr. oM. Must drive, my home or yours. Call293-0216. DH22820 Will babysit in myOVhni, 4-5 yr. olds, 6 am-6 om M-F, lov. c are/atten,, i75 wk., 260-4594. DH22828 ROUTE, SALES A SERVICE DEUVERY • ntaLMV.aMM foknM I. Mm •M,Mi I 4 *( vocli Men. IIIMI.-M. •UtiltoM FwKWwtf •^hi. tilM C —WlM^WI • III I I M 4 CkM. Ml. *tv*inM><. • f^HMNvi.. PIMM apftfy at M PKIIMII M, ta<>ti, NV. MO PMOWE Cmi WJAI FINANCIAL SERVICES ALL CASH! Receiving payments on a mortgage? Why wait? Best prices paid nationwide, plus we pay transfer costs. Sell all/part. Purchase Equity Investors 1 800-999-9892. FS22865 Responsible at home motiier who wouki love to watch your chiki/children. Flex hrs., ages 1 & up, (good neighborhood). Call Penny 565-0499. DH22907 TWICE AS FAST Quality HOU80 Cl00nlng 2 Lady Team 594-0938 A BAJILLION DOLLARS. CASH AVAILABLE NOW for Notes, Contracts & Annuities. Free Quotes, Free Information, Great Prices. Meghan Foss (800)275-6197. FS22863 $$CASH NOW$$ For your structured settlements, annuities and inheritances. 1-800-4579922. BACH INVESTMENT INC. FS2232 BEEN TURNED DOWN? Your search for a Real Estate Loan stops here. Heath Financial Services, Inc. 1-800-9971955. FS22874 CASH TODAY. We purchase structured settlements, workers comp. claims, pensions and mortgages. Call 800-4227317. FS22486 NEED CASH? RECEIVING PAYMENTS? We'll Turn Your Annuity, Mortqage, Trust Deed Into Immediate Usable CASH. Call FREE now for the best prk:e. 1 -800659-2274 ext. 41. FS22880 Earn 13-15% Secured by Single Fam. Homes. I have exc. 10 yr. track record in Real Est. Call ChuckBonnot, 294-1161. MC22563 $$CASH$$ Immediate $$ for structured settlements and deferred insurance claims. J.G. Wentworth. 1-800-3863582. FS22875 BOOKKEEPING PAYROLL & TAX SERVICE %-3453 GEORGE MOLNAR ii YOUR LOCAIir PA^TJOLL COMPANY & • General Ledger •LorkBoi iMorntBr.Rimii •EKTu rasa APnmi no •mrunm i-BANnBi •um rATW ILL nart •rAnnixrii-Ki'r •MAOKTIC TAn MEDU •grAmCLT TAX BOH n L mvi UeFicklpiDeiivai-. 733-0378-1 NCVAOA FDIMriAL CQKtPTS DOMESTIC HELP Mother of 2 will babysit in her home Mon:-Fn., will take to & from school, meals & snacks incl., 558-4105. DH22233 • ••••••••* • OY SCHOOL HOME DAYCARE ^ • ••••• • • PETS/ANIMALS Male Shetland Sheepdog, blue merle, 1 1/2 yrs. old. Champion line. $300. 263-2629 after 5 p.m. LAS VEGAS VALLEY HUMANE SOCIETY. Beautiful, healthy, kittens, cats, puppies, dogs. Spayed/neutered, tested, shots. PetsMart, Trop-Eastern store only. Wed., Thurs,, Fri., SaL. Sun., 11-4. • :.-: • -: PA22691 FREE FAMILY FUN SAFARI IN THE DESERT. Visitors welcome for Quided tours daily to see lions, bears, tigers, cougar3ly In psfwMi M CariitonCag* ^ US HWV •* NMT Hoovtr Dam ••***••**** • Marketing Rep needed for rapidly growing Cardiology practice. Must have exper. in mktg. Salary DOE. Pis. send resunne to: Cheryl VVinn, 108 E. Lake Mead, Suite 305, HD 89015. HW22402 Expedition Depot/Black Canyon Rafting is seeking qualified individuals to join our high profile sales team. Exper. in merchandise sales helpful. Must be reliable, hard working & possess interpersonal skills to work w/ customers & other team members. Pis. apply at the Expedition Depot, 1297 Nevada Hwy,. BC, NV. HW22408 Housecleaning part time 293-1342. HW22417 DENTAL OFFICE MANAGER full time position progressive BC Office. Dental & computer exper. bookkeeping & insurance. Vac, holidays, incentive ins., wage negotiable. Contact Wanda, 293-0373. HW22720 EASY WORK! EXCELLENT PAY! Assemble Products at Home. Call Toll Free 1-800-4675566 Ext. 1311. HW22719 PRESSER needed for BC cleaners, will train, 1406 Nevada Hwy, BC, 293-6574. HW22770 Wanted 96 people. We will pay you to lose up to 30 lbs. in the next 30 days. Call 1-800-2344938. Offer expires 2/4/ 97. HW22695 DRIVERS—FLATBED 48 STATE OTR. Assigned New Conventionals. Competitive Pay, Benefits. $1000 Sign on Bonus. Rkier Program, Flexible Time Off. Call Roadrunner Trucking 1 800-876-7784. HW22861 t20O-$500 WMJST —I.70MMOS Mfl'^ WANTED FultimaposMonforamall print shop In need of experienced person to operate shop, wait on cuetomera. MUST HAVE KNOWLEDGE OF PRINTING OPERATION. Apply in person, 2627 N. Green Valley Pkwy.. M-F. 9-4. NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE. HW21276 Bread slicer, PT nights, $5.50/hr., 566-5901 Kr. TOJ. HW22185 FT ACCOIJNTANT. tax exper. reouired, phone & people IIKHIS a must, audK exper. avail., reply w/ resume: Box Holder, PO Box 90628, Henderson, NV 89009. HW22143 Mature lady to clean, assistekJerty woman. Work is Tues. & Thurs., 8 AM12 Noon, $10/hr.T call weekdays for appt. 2930577. HW22594 CASHIER/CLERK HARDWARE FT, Apply in person at Coast-ToCoast Hardware, 220 N. Boulder Hwy., HD. HW22724 LUBE TECHNICIAN exper. preferred but not required. Applicants must be clean cut & customer SVC oriented. Call Torn/ Sherry at Texaco Express Lube, 565-0522. HW22750 FRONT DESK CLERK imnwd. opening, Super 8 Motel, 704 NV Hwy, BC. Pis. apply in parson. No exper. necessary. HW22841 REPORTER-AWARD WINNING weekly paper near Lake Tahoe needs a reporter to cover news andfeatures. Photoskills a plus. Send resume and samples to: The Sierra Sun, c/o Peter Kosfes, P.O. Box 2973, Truckee, CA96160. HW22859 NOW HIRING. Experienced OTR drivers (min. lOmths. exp.). Up to .30 cpm starting base pay D.O.E., plus bonuses. Also leasing owner operators. Percentage or mileage contract. Zero down lease/purchase available. Call now Chuck 800-916-8959. MRDCFENBE CM • syoua giMine* aqulpnant ItOktOO lr>l iTMr. II 1.K0 wcond irMf mMmum uliry, plut ueaNant Iw mBU pclMB. CiSM-7M ARMY. BE AU YOU CAN BE* Loving people wanted to work in licensed child care, FT/PT pos., $5 hr. call 564-2201. HW22795 KWU has an immediate opening for an ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE. Station is accepting applk;ations. Minimum of 5 years experience in Electronk: Media Sales. Applcations being taken at KWU, 25 TVS Drive, Henderson, 8 AM-5 PM, M-F, 435-5555. KWU is an equal opportunity employer. HW22827 Work Clothes Rental is looking for eager to learn and dependable people to fill F/T labor-type positions. Will train, good benefits, uniforms and no weekends. Apply in person, 568 Parkson Rd., Hand. NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE. HW22826 NIGHT AUDITOR, Immediate Opening. Echo Bay Resort (Lake Mead NRA), Overton, NV 89040. 394-4066. Accountino background preferrea but wnl train. Pre-employment drug test is required. ChecK out our very low cost housing & utilities. Excellent oenefits. An Authorized concessionaire of the NPS. EOE. HW22838 EXPERIENCED OR INEXPERIENCED. North Amerwan Van Lines has owner operator openings in the Relocation Services Division. Tuitionfree training*! Tractor purchase programs, no trailer n^intenance expenses, pay for performance plans ana much more! 1-800-348-2147 Dept. A-22. 'Subject to certain conditions. HW22867 LICENSED LIFE 4 HEALTH AGENT NEEDED. Quality products, high commissions with advance before issue, lead system and benefits. (Must qualify for advances & benefits). Call 1-800-252-2581. HW22872 MAIDS exper. Apply in person between 7 AM-3 PM, Best Western Lake Mead, 85 W. Lake Mead Dr., HD. HW22267 SALES ALLIGATORS. Sales Pros with skin thicker than an alligator and the attitude of an angel. $100K -f reskiual and not insurance. (310) 542-1565. HW20777 BLACK CANYON RAFT TOURS is taking appKcatkms for drivers, narrators & river pilots. Apal1297NevadaHwy., HW2238S HUP WANTED Customer Servkse PT poaMon working M-F, 103.303-8482. HW22S46 HELP W.'XNTED SIOOO's POSSIBLE READING BOOKS. Part Time. At Home. Toll Free 1-800-218-9000, Ext. R3804 -"for Listin ; SIOOO's POSSIBLE TYPING. Part Time. At Home. Toll Free 1-800218-9000, ext. T-3804 for listings. HW22578 Security/Publk; relations PARKING LOT PATROL in motorized vehcle, start $5.50/hr. go to $B/W~ within 3 mo. FT & PT, 233-0907. HW22831 Plumber needed, 3 yrs. exper. in Sewer & Drain, some tools, FT, 5644783. HW22889 Admin. Asst. for busy al-_ tornative medicine practice. Mustbeveryflexible 4willingtolearn.30hrs./ wk. Contact Lynn 4540862. HW22902 Eco-Rayne Water Systems is looking for sales persons to work in a new northwest area office, as well as, the Henderson offce. We offer salary/ commission plus benefits. Water treatment is one of the top ten rated fields to enter. Start a lifetime career now. Call Les Paice at 565-4544 M-F,9AM-4PMtosetan appointment. HW22904 B I B (Bueiness is Booming) Need helpl Please call WENDY'S Now hiring Day/Night Caahlers Premium Payl 1131 W. Sunset (Acroee from the Galleria) SHIFT MANAGERS with l-t-yrs. mgmt. exp. also needed. EOE Advertise in the NEWS Allstate Insurance office in GV seeking telemarketer to call for auto quotes. Excel, commission, work from home..': 435-1338. HW22906 DRIVg^S AND LABORERS 50 Needed Daily/Weekly Pay Apply LABOR EXPRESS 39 E. Basic Rd. SECURITY GUARD PT Security Guard Must have experience. Pis. call 433-7706 $3OO-$500 WEEKLY! • Full/part time processing HUD/FHA Mortgage Refunds. No experience. Own hours. Call 24-7 days. (504) 429-9233 Ext. 3896 D45 HW13510 SALESPERSON—MARINE needed for Marine accessories, including wakeboards, water skis, etc. Start $8/hr. + commission. Marine Products Pro Shop, 702-456-0122 (Las Vegas). HW17379 ;.J^-',,jti Part Time Receptionist, 12 pm 5 pm, 6 days/wk., room for advancement, some ph. exp., call 4364393. HW22611 INSPECTOR II §ALARY:$20.15-22.97/hour. REQUIREMENTS: Five (5) years combined education/experience in building trades, completion of an accredited apprenticeship programOR any equivalent combination of closely related training and experience. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Possession of, orthe ability to obtain, anappropriate Nevada Driver s License, and" possession and maintenance of a satisfactory driving record plus possession of one inspector certification from I.C.B.O.. or LA.P.M.O. WHERETOAPPLYiCity application form must be submitted to and received by the Personnel Department, Room 200, City Hall, 240 Water Street, Henderson, NV 89015, no later than Monday, February 10, 1997, by 5:00 p.m., to be considered for this recruitment. NO APPLICATIONS WILL BE GIVEN OUT AFTER 4:00 P.M. ON THE CLOSING DATE OF THIS RECRUITMENT. Employment packet MUST be obtained from the Personnel Department; resumes only WILL NOT be accepted in lieu of employment application. HOURS OF OPERATION, MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY, 7:30A.M. TO 5:30 P.M. SMOKE-FREE WORK ENVIRONMENT. AN AFFIRMATIVE ACTION/EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. HW22835 WrtTJt The Nevada Highway Patrol Is curranUy accspMng • (ipMcatlon* lor th* poMon TROOPER AppHcanl must to 21* yeara oM; Willing lo locaM anywhere in NnadijNoalmlnilracaid; Of dood charactef. AppHeabona may be obtatnvd slany Office of (tie Nevada Htghway Pabol or Offica of Slato Pmmonntt. SUBMT APPLICATIONS TO: THE DMV ANO PUBLIC SAFETY PEHSOMNEL OFHCE S&S WRIGHT WAY CARSOfil CITY, NEVADA. 7tl Application DMdIlrw: Fabruary 7lh. 1Sf7for contlderadon for our August Academy, Appllcatlont accapltd yaar round tor futurt acadtfnlaa. Th* Nmada HighWiy Pabol ta an •i|ual oppoilunity amployat. HELP V^ANTED AYOn nAPlHafarVOUl ToSaywSril 21 ^11 0 Airline Jobs! Now hiring, ttO-$3SAr. Ail ptMttlon* tUllMl un-klllM>. Excal. pty/bMwm*. Call 1-504-429-S229, Ext. 463 A39, 24 hr*. TEACHER WANTED PART-TIME Eipattafwatf In if Kinoaryartan -* tttimimii E rl uilon .ffCHMI OAKLANE PRESCHOOL ACADEMY 130b Wyominq SI 293 5188 Chona Vow houta^ Your IncoaM and Your ftowardil AVON ItajdiMHolM (702) 2M-*17e Call Today! IMMEDIATE OPENINGS •Full & Part Time* Walgraani, th* moat r*>p*ct*d l*ad*r In th* retail drug Indintry, I* now acctpting application* )or store* throughout Ih* ar**. Th* following po*lllon* ar* currtntly avallabla: •Cosmatlclans •Cashiers •Pharmacy Tachniciana •Slock Clark* •Ssrvic* Cl*rk* •Bookk**p*rs •Price Administrators W* of(*r comp*tltlv* starling salaries. Interested applicants should apply in person or send a rasum* to: WaI greens ATTN: Shelly 4340 South Valley View Suite *208 Las Vegas, NV 89103 WALGREENS The Pharmacy America Tnjsta DON'T READ THIS! Unless you want to lose weight & feel great w/o dieting, just 3 pills w/breakfast ALL NATURAL 568-5265 22905 SECURITY OFFICES UNARMED $4.-/4Mn.ost.n. HEriDkftsoW^Q.Vi^w^-'--* Full t Parl-TIm*. Weekday* A Weekends MUST HAVE WORKING PHONE A TRANSPORTATION 10 a 3p EOE —: • — CURTIS SECURITY 330S spring Mtn. Rd. St*. 83 *,*>, *********************** .y22''*:>sV CsQt CMhi*ra, Ktno Wrltsrt t Runmra, ^ Rtttaurant Shift Suparvltor,^ Hotl/HottMS, Cwhir, Lin* Cooht, Prap Cookt. Dithwathri i But Ptrtont, Portar. Hard Count. PT Gift Shop Clarh No •xpri*nc ncary, w ivlll train Apply at Hotal Tronl Datk. No phorM calls plaai* Railroad Paai Hot*! i Casino, 2*00 S. Bouldar Hwy.. HD Wa do pra-amptoymant druf taatioB. //i lEASi RiuGE^Tem ps' i Recruiting for the following positions: CLERICAL GENERAL •Recsptionist •Construction Cl*anup •Data Entry •Warahou** Job* •Accounting Cl*rk •Production •General Secretarial •Light Industrial Up to $9.00 p*r hour Up to $7.00 per hour ca//566-9662 for an appointment today! NEVER A FEE 320 S. Boulder Hwy., Ste. 102, Henderson. NV NEVER A FEE :MDC Seeking articulate, personable, and mature minded Individuals, to conduct follow up phone calls, with graduates and associates of distinguished institutions. Integrity and a commitment a must Afternoon and weekend shifts available. A professional, and friendly environmsnL $7 hourly wage, part time positions only. 565-9038 leave a message. RESUMES P%u U% Um w9i Bom AaASdfMdi^ ^foad KTSIUSINESSSERVKB OpenOeMyllot I4* Cokiredo (al Aali) B.C. ru 293*5361 MOrSL a CAStNO (g) Boln prepefie* an acceptirtQ sSSM cH tow lor Ctiance Persen Meney RMnnef Ca ts C es h ler vilest ReeM Alteciasfits Kens Wnien Om Shop CasMers Exp. Seus Chef Apply in Parson GoM Strfhs HoM, Jean,NV. Pereonnd Dapt, 7 days wk. 8 AIM PM a Opyortiwiwy Me>>* rt riliOilTal Temporary/Full-Time Employment Services IMMEDIATE OPENINGS! NEVER A FEE Receptionist, Word Processing, Data Entry Oper. & More. 898-1956 3510 E. Troplcana, K at Pecos FAVORITE BRANDS INTERNATIONAL (FORMERLY KIDD S) MARSHMALLOWS FACTORY HENDERSON, NV Come Join Our T*m We are expanding our processing facility and are seeking team-oriented individuals for the lolk>wing positions: Form fin seal packaging machirte operators Food processing operators 'Line packer* Warehouse Clerks Meinlenance Ertgineer s We offer competitive wages and mn exceptional benefit package. NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS 10:00 AM-4:00PM MONOAYFRIOAY FAVORITE BRANDS INTERNATIONAL 11 to MARSHMALLOW LANE HENDERSON, NVn014 EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER ,m^ HELP V./ANTED DAILY WEEKLY PAY ShortA.ong Term Assign. Hem IsUnoappllcaUons for: CLERICAL WAREHOUSE t COMSTRUCTION Apply In person, S am-S pm, Mon.-Frt. 331 Water St., H*nd*fSon Advertise in tlie HEWS TOW DRIVERS Full TliM Avail. Exp. pfi^erred but not necessary. Must be clean cut, have valid Nevada driver's license with currenf DMV printout. MutI live in BC Apply In person at 705 Juniper Way, BC **POSTAL JOBS** (12.68/hr. to start. plus benefits. Carriers, sorters, clerks, computer tralriees. For an application & exam information call 1-800-636-5601 ext.91,6AM-6PM, 7 days. COMMERCIAL RENTALS BC approx. 1000 SF warehouse w/bath in new plaza. Terms negotiable. 293-1844 weekdays to see. C013992 Industrial Lease 1300+ SF or 2300+SF, new tall buildings, office, 3 phase pwr.,12x14lg.O.H.Door, neating, cooling, insulated buildings. Call for price 293-5339. C022583 Cheapest Off jce Rental in BC. From 1 office at $150/mp., util. incl., to 8000 SP from 50 rents/ SF/mo. 1404 Colorado St., Larry, 293-7007. C022824 MEDEX WOOD SIGN 4'BY 4 BOAT HOUSE STORAGE H FOR RENT 700 Sq. n. Office Space W|lh Living QuMtara Very ReaaonJlHe 68* A Wells Rd., 293-2202 HOUSE RENTALS BC NEW Lg. Custom 3 bd./2.5ba.,2cargar.,no pets pis., $1195, Desert Sun RIty, 293-5151. HR22425 HD for rent, former mod. hm., 2 yrs. old, 1800sq. ft., single story, lg. lot, 3 car gar., $1195 mo. + sec, 357 Country Club Dr., call 558-4009. HR22656 -. 2 bd., 1 ba,, in middle of town for rent, 1st, last & cleaning dep., 565-9579. HR22702 i:,' BC NICE 2 bd. home w/ gar., lg. yard. ONLY $118,500, BRET, 2948482, Desert Sun RIty. HR22426 3 bd., 1 ba., NO PETS, quiet cul-de-sac, $765/ mo., trash, wtr., sewer incl. $900 sec/cleaning dep., avail. 2/1, 5668036. HR22700 HD townsite house, nicely renx)deled, 3 bd., 2 ba., basement, walled d. PETS OK. $845 + lil., 565-892/. HR22751 Lg. GV house, 3 bd., 2 ba., must be prof7neat, Monica 456-7208. HR22855 LAKEVIEWTownhouse, 3 bd72 ba., spa, gar., no pets pis., $1190, Desert Sun RIty., 293-2151. HR22798 BC3bd.,1-3/4ba.,2Car gar. Pool $1100/mo. plus Sec. Dep. Call 293-1707. BC Adobe RIty. HR20840 BCnewhome3bd,,1 3/ 4 ba., 2 car gar., $1100/ mo., 1st & last + sec. dep. Call 294-2655. HF(218a9 HD, 4 bd., 2 ba., lg. yd., near school, new paint & carpet, avail. Feb. 1st, 909-676-0774. HR22359 Like new, 3 bd., 2 ba., 2 car gar., cov. patio, fenced back yd., $900/ tno. + dep., NO PETS, call Al, jisnsen Realty. 564-3333. HR22527 House for rant, large 1 -1 / 2 bdrm duplex. Old Town Boulder, walking distance to all facilities, nice quiet neighborhood, 508 ASH St. Call 2936081 $600/mo. HR227e4 Fum. guest house, all util itK:l.quiet4pnv.,nopets, no smok., for l empl. parson oftty, $550 mo.. 564 4284. HR22842 LAKE MEAD VIEW ESTATES, custom home lots overlooking Lake Mead. 702-294-0475. L022615 3/4+ acre SW corner of Race Track & Kiel, pad ready, utilKies near by, 558-7648. L021983 CONDO SALES NewGV.Grnd.Flr.,2br./ 2 ba.. Inc. appls., wtr., fpl., gar., praf. no smoki pets, $850 mo. + dep?., 434-3663. CS22S58 Must sell 2 bdrm., 1-1/2 bath, BIdr. Hills, $64,900, cash or terms, lease/option ok, 293-1471 eves. CS22612 3 bd., 2 ba. upstairs condo, $89,900. Sunset & Eastern, call 433-0708. CS22717 NEARLY NEW Ground Level, 2 bd./2 ba, gated, ONLY $81K BRET 2948482 Desert Sun Realty. CS22772 BC Lowest Price, Gr. Location & Condition, Boulder Square $54,900 BRET 294-8482 Desert Sun Realty. CS22773 APT. RENTALS FOR RENT: Kitchenettes, $65/wk. Utilities pd. SHADY REST MOTEL, 565-7688. AR9597 2BD.,1BA.APT.-Newly remodeled, $520/mo., 293-6248. AR22793 2 bd. 2 ba. adult apt. in quiet BC, no pets, $600/ mo. + dep., 294-1213. AR22586 • $595mo.,3bd.,2b;,w/ d hookup, nice area. Sunset & BIdr. Hw/y. Call 436-1045 or 566-0355. AR2272T CORNER COURT APTS. 2 bdrm., 1 ba. Near Baaic High S500/mo. aec. dep. No Pet* 434-9827 Nice 2 bd. duplex, gated, newly remodeled, wall lo-wall carpet w/*pa, *tove t frig., nice backyd., near shopping ctr., NO PETS, 433-6069 CONDO RENTALS GV PEPPERTREE CONDO. 2bd..1-3/4ba.. 2 car gar, $700/mo. + deps.. No pets, call Randy 456-0342. CR22383 NewGV,Gmd.Flr.,2br./ 2 ba., Inc. appls., wtr., fpl., gar., pref. no smok./ pats, $850 mo. + deps., 434-3663. CR22558 Single story, 2 bd. townhouse, pnv. backyd., central air & heat, pets & children ok, gr. location, pool avail., $600 monthVT $400dep.,$100/petdep., no credit ck. required, vacant, call 564-3969. CR22833 • *• ROOM RENTALS WE LOVE SNOWBIRDS!! Nevada lnn„''A FRIENDLY PLACE TO STAY* has winter rates, now in effect. Budget cottages to deluxe suites, please call 702-293-2044 for rates and reservations. Our suites are three room apartment size, with kitchen. RR22818 APT. RENTALS 2bd., 1 ba., priv., fenced yd, $550 mo. + dep., 5644284. AR22843 Clean green Boulder City's finest, very modern most affordable apart. w/2 bd., 1 ba., unfurnished, all elec., dw, lg. closets, balcony, sep. storage rm., coin laundry rm., off street parking, NO POOL. NO PETS. UPSTAIRS. Perfect for 1 or 2 quiet, mature ADULTS ONLY. Local owner operated, $525/mo. + $400 dep. Min. 6 mo. lease. Call293-3324. AR22585 APT. RENTALS APARTMENTS AS LOW AS $275 a Month furnished 564^952 ^ NEW KITCHENETTES STARVIEW, 293-1658 CONDO BC Very Clean 2 bd., 2 ba., frpl., Close to schools 294-0605 CASA DE ALICIA AND M&M II APT VJe've not giving away the kitchen sink. WE DON'T HAVE TO. Let our features & professional staff speak for themselves. 1, 2 fr 3 bdffln, from $550 r Pools, picnic areas. Walk in closets. 293-1615 AR227M Boulder City. ATLANTIC CITY APARTMENTS Clean, Quality 1-2-3 Bedroom Apartments in Henderson • Central Air & Heat • Appliances • Blinds • Carpets • Water Paid • Washer/Dryer Available Apartments are $420 & up per month, newly remodeled, spacious near schools, park & shopping. 565-7028 22603 REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE KRI) MOUNTAIN Realty 1647 Nevada Highway • (702) 294-1500 WONDERFUL VIEWS 4br/3ba/2gar Panoramic views of BC Vaulted $650,000 B-hill beauty ceilings. Lagoon pool w/waterfall NEW CONSTRUCTION 2 homes w/lakeview! 2086 sf SPACIOUS i OPEN Low maintenance yard, pool,spa. L.V. LAKEFRONT 3br/2ba/2gar $239,000 4br/3ba/2gar $230,000 3br/2ba/2gar $215,000 3br/2ba $129,000 3br/1ba Old town B.C. home. Large rooms. $108,000 Upgrades Galore! Gated! GREAT LOCATION Recently reduced! Large yard. GREAT CURB APPEAL mmm^'^m 1400 sq ft with private yard! MARINA COVE Barely lived in with Lake Views MARINA COVE for LEASE R.V parking. Lakeview. parKing TfZDa/zgar $159,900 3br/3.5ba/2+ $225,000 3br/3ba/2gar $1400 month SUNSET i EASTERN Apx 1.78 acre* zoned comm/industrial Prime k>cation. $780,000 COMM/RES Lot located Ibkx* S NV Hvi^ 420 acres suitable for 4-5 units $135,000 COMM. LEASE in new Red Mtn Plaza 2 bay/ warelKKJse avail Both 1000 sq ft A 1 Store front approx 1250 sq. ft. Indudet restaurant equipment ready for move-in! Cal for price! WAREHOUSE lease in BC's new indust Area 40x60 b>dg w/3 phase power $1flO0 per rrionth NOW AVAILABLE Lg. 1 Bd. 2 Bd. 2 Ba. Spacious 3 bd. Call Today LakewoodCave 1100N. Center, HD 564-2258 Teddy's KHchehettes, Just bring your tbothbrush. Everything furnished. PH. 293-1716. BC NEWKITCHENklfb^, phone, satellite, maid service. STARVIEW MOTEL 293-1658. BC AR14278 2 bdrm., 1-1/2 bath condo, BMr. Hills immed. occup. 1st, last, security NO PETS! $650 mo., 293-1471, eves. MR22WiS REAL ESTATE Ridge Apts. in BC, 2 bdrm. No pets. Lease for 12 mo. 293-0420. REAL ESTATE Y E 293-6014 & ASSOCIATES 'NEW USTINGI LAKE ARE A CUL-DE-SAC, LARGE MASTER PLUS 3 MORE GOOD SIZED BEDROOMS, 2 3/4 BATHS MAKE THIS HOME AN EXCELLENTBUYIPLENTYOFRVPARKINGGOES WITH THIS Tl LED ROOFED 2300 SQ. FT. HOME IN GREAT CONDITK>N, PRICED TO SELL QUICKLY AT $198,500. 'NATIONAL PARK BOUNDARY! OVERLOOK LAKE FROM THIS SPECTACULAR CUSTOM W/10 FT. CEIUNGS, ALMOST 4000 SO. FT. & 1/3 ACRE, 4 BEDROOMS, 4 1/2 BATHS, OVER 1500 SQ. FT. GARAGE/STORAGE IF YOU WANT THE BEST CALL TODAY FOR APPOINTMENT OFFERED AT $795,000. 'NEW LISTING ON GOLF COURSE! GORGEOUS SETTING, 4 BEDROOM, 2 1/2 BATH, 3 CAR GARAGE, FORMER MODEL! PRICED TO SELL AT $298,500. 'LOOK WHAT YOU GET! 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH. CLOSE TO SCHOOLS & SHOPPING, ALL FOR $100,000. •OLD FASHIONED QUALITY OF CONSTRUCTION! BRICK 3 BEDROOM, 1 1/2 BATH W/OUTSIDE INGROUND SPA, GARAGE & CARPORT, READY FOR YOUR FAMILY $139,900. 'CORONADO ESTATES, 2 BEDROOM, 2 BATH., LARGE LOT, RV PARKING $94,000. 'BELLA VISTA LAKE VIEW LOT, ACCESS FROM TWO STREETS $114,000. 'TILE ROOF! CORNER LOT! VIEWOF LAKE! ALSO 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH., 2 CAR GARAGE, DON'T WAIT, ACT NOW!! MOTIVATED SELLER!! REDUCED!! $199,500. 'RENTALS! COMMERCIAL W/UVING, HOUSES, APARTMENTS, DESK SPACE, ETC. REAl ESTATt PVH Real Estate, mc. has 1 of the largest selections of commercial & residential lots, mobAe homes, lg. acreage, home & income property in Pahrump, 1-702-7270445. RE22S24 WE CW^SMOWTbU' ANY HOME IN LAS VEGAS OR HEND. INCL 1500 DOWN HUD/ QOVT. WEPOS "HudHomes, all areas, from $500 to 3% down. DESERT VALLEY -J PROPERTIES. 43*.-1 4393. RE22e09 **• BRING YOUR CHECKBOOKI BeautHul temily home. Nicety decorated In Southwest Redwood Deck in back yard is covered and has celling fan. 3 bedrooms w/Den could easily be converted into 4 bedrooms. This home alec has 2 full bathrooms. Great Home! Great Neighborhood! Great Prkel $162,500 kwated in Green Valley. HIGHLAND HILLS Over 2000 sq. ft.. Triple garage, Large bajcony. Only $129,900. PALM CANYON The most wanted modeL 1801 sq. ft. and only 2 years new, only one on the market. Neutral colors. Divorce, needs quick sale. $135,900. LUXURY FOR THE LAZY • Model home for sale in Green Valley Ranch. Leased to builder thru approx. Oct. 1997. Ideal if relocating to Las Vegas area or you need to sell your home. 3 bedrooms & 2 baths & over 1600 sq. ft of upgraded elegance. Almost every upgrade imaginable plus a beautiful view. $174,900.'V BOULDERCITY-FOR UNDER $100.Q00-Almost a unheard of pricel 2 bedrooms in tip-top shape, including brand new carpet Added bonus is 214 sq. ft. storage building. ACRE VIEW LOT Beautiful 3 bdrm., 2-1/2 bath, 2 car garage on approx. .93 acre lot. Super floorplan, separate family rm., large laundry room, country kitchen, over 2100 s/f of Ihring with a fabulous view. $179,500. l2r 564-6546 tuilHMiMnt 101 E. Horizon Dr. CENTURION Office EACH Of f ICE IS INDEPENDENTLY OWNED AND OPEflATEO m •A }: J BC 'iTT dobc^ BC Adobe Reolty 1^ (702) 293-1707 HOMES HOMES NEW ONTHE MARKET...beautlful custom home In Lake Mead View Properties with over 2,400 sq. ft., 3 bdrm. plus separate den...$425,000. FANTASTIC UKE A MTN. VIEWS...check out this Waters Edge home, 3 bdrm., 3 bath, open floor plan, easy cars...$215,6oo. NOW AVAILABLE...beautlful custom home under final construction phase, over 2,500 sq. ft., many extras, call for lnformatlon...$221,000. NEW ON THE MARKET...3 bdrm., 1-3/4 batfi, front living room, kItcherVdInIng area, frasfi paint, new flooring, newer roof...$126,500. HUGE REDUCTION...3bdnn., 2-1/2 bathcustom' home witfi spacious living area, private yard, RV parking, lakeview area...$l 70,500. LOTS OF SPACE FOR THE $$$...1,690 sq. ft., 3 txlrm., 1-3/4 batti, front living room, family room w/gas flreplaca...$139,goo. EAGLE CREST...Imm8culate 3 bdrm., 2 batfi, open floor plan with large living room and master, nice upgrades...$129,900: CUSTOM H0ME...4 bdrm., 2 bath with separate family room. Indoor laundry area, lot below for sale, owc...$190,000. SEEING IS BELIEVING...3 bdrm., 2 bath with new a^c, roof, roll-a-shlald windows, new granite kitchen counter, pool...$179,000. HALF ACRE MUCH MORE...4 bdrm., 4-1/2 baths, great kitchon/famlly room area, office, separate living & dining area, corner lot...$289,900. TOTAaYREFURBISHED...IIkenew4bdrm.,21/2 bath, front llvlng/dlning area, pod, many upgrades, great family home...$182,500. CHECK IT 0UT...newer well maintained, 3 bdrm., 2 bath, spacious open family room A dining srea w/gas fireplace, extra parklng...$154,900. PRICE REDUCED...1876 sq. ft., 3 bdrm., 2 bath, open floor plan, lots of extras, extra Insulation, a/c In garage...$187,50a c< c f PANORAMIC LAKE VIEWS...5 bdrm., 4-1/2 baths, gourmet kitchen, master suite main floor, separate library, pool...$1,100,000. BEAUTIFUL HOME & VIEW T00...4 bdrm., 3 bath, formal living A dining, many upgrades, lush landscaplng...$325,000 LAKEVIEW SrrES...4 bdrm., 3-1/2 bath, open floor plan great for entertaining, den A game room, lake view, adjacent lot for sale...$300,500. PRICE REDUCED.. J bdrm., 1-3/4 bath, separate family room, Irxloor laundry arse, extra garage & workshop...$l 64,900. SO MANY PLUSES...3 bdrm., 2-3/4 bath, newer Del Prado ftome with open floor plan, custom designed for wheelchair accesslblllty...$165,000. GOLF COURSE VIEWS...4 bdrni., 3-1/2 bath, family room. Island kltcfien, separate mstr. suite, large lot. pool & spa...$330,90a VIEW DECK.great custom with open floor plan, 3 bdrm., 2 batti, skyllgfits, separate maelsr bdrm.. pool, lake A mta vtaws...S319,00a ~~ CONDOS & TOWNHOMES NEW0NTHEMARKET...BouMerHllls,2bdrm.,11/2 bath, step saver kitchen, al lappllances Included, owenr llcens...$69,900. BOULDER HILLS...popular first level, nice IMng araa, 2 bdrm., 2 batti, community pool, close to schools & parks...$75,000. REGATTA POINTE...toUlly upgraded. 2 bedroom, 2 bath. den/TV room, ceiling fans, new flooring, extrs lnsulation...$172,500. MANUFACTURED HOMES UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY...In Nelson, NV... Fleetwood with 2 bdnn., 1 batti. partially hirnlshed...$34,500. BACK ON THE MARKET...spackHJS and open Lake Mountain Estates fiome, 3 bdrm., 2 batti, flrsplace, separate mastsr bsth...$131,900. LAND LAKE A MOUNTAM VIEW LOTS... MANY TO CHOOSE FROM $9S.OOO TO $278,000. CAU FOR DETAILS WEU ESTABUSHED BEAUTY SHOP FOR SALE. $36,500. CALL FOR DETAILS ***We have many other properties available for sale or lease*** COME IN OR CALL FOR A FREE UST OF ALL AVAILABLE PROPERTIES FOR SALE 1310 NEVADA HWY BOULDER CITY FAX 702.2S3-7477 JeiCumMi-S-14C7 OeraNty HeMn 2SSS0S7 OImM VMMM • 3S3-3S4 BMi AMwertti 2SS-7074 Citmtm Learalen. Bratwr 2S-ai2 TOLL FREE #1-800-553-8081 i • it si

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...j^i^aijuyiWPSHH^iwapSSHSffipgi .jj.i..>.iiiiiiiniP9ip9iii mmmm mmmm No* 10 HcndMton HOIM NMV* Tuesday. January 28.1997 Tuesday, Jainaryi;^. t^f l lw i8 ii riuir WpAit Ne PROFESSIONAL SERVICES ^ • !**• • THECAVANAUGH'S PAINTING Interlor/Exteriof;^'"< BOULDER CITY CARPET CARE Carpal Cl aanlng apadaHala, upMalary, auto, boat, RVInlailera,14hr.aarva%Owpallai)(lcprolaetlon. Befl walar for aiaanar, aoflar earpato. 293-4148 2roi LCENEO. BONDED at NSURED We imove res. A comm. Fred estimates, we load/ unload rental trucks anywhere in town. 565-9675 or Beep 599-0652. PS22812 FREE INTERNET informatlon foryour business. Web Sites, Home Pages andClassified. In the best Malt. Call or Email (909) 276-7787 or www. 73240 .6550compuserve.com. PS21226 TK Cleaning Need a break? Call us for all your residential orcommercial cleaning. Reas. rates 293-7049. PS22588 Budget painting, commerc. & resid. Painting, patios, decks, home repair SVC. Call 558-8360/ 393-5304. PS22543 Giordano & Son plumbing Service & Repair Reasonable Lie 41G79 558-7887 Advertise in the NEWS GENES CARPET CLEANING and WINDOW CLEANING Res. & Comm. 564-8055 No Timo for your Lawn? Spadall2lng In al phiases ol Landscape maim Irrigation ft renovation • rock/sod, old/new Michaels 453-8252 Woodworking & Furniture Repair 565-5466 All Your Lawn Care Needs! IrKl new lawns, sprinklers, m renovation, cleanup arxl V pruning MICHAEL'S LAWN CARE 453-8252 MARY KAY COSMETICS Ind. Beauty Cons. Dee Dee Senko 293-5550 Gift Ideas & glamour advice CONCRETE & MASONRY 564-1487 MASONRY, INC. Body a Rust Work Done at YOUR HOME Sr. 20% Discount NO JOB TOO SMALL Sam 737-4885 GUITAR LESSONS By Exp. Teacher $10/hr. Call 564-7718 NANOIMAN with tnjck, trailer, tools & hoi per. Will do misc. jobs, $20/hr. FAST ESTIMATES pg. 584-7288/558-8683 WOOD BUND CLEANING Reasonable rates Southeast A Henderson 269-1959 BATH TUB REPAIR Tubs and Sinks reglazed, chips repaired. Fiberglass and more 564-2276 LICENSED HANDYMAN CoraniK Slvrt al $30 MAGIC! (702)451-9936 Frrf Rf ordiT I'mgrain ENTERTAINMENT VOICE PIANO DRAMA LESSONS Chitdiwi dull 7 ,dup Ouitry. Piotnaonal Madiing Flo RiymwKl • Cod Co Uuacil Ail> SludKi Opnlno ivalUbl* phoM now lor tppi S65-8469 fiT/^ffiltllU\V^$^i^\9(i ptflH[tl/U74//7T VOCAl. I'lASO • ORGAN OR KEYROARU!'.! iCntrrlainmml.Avallahlrriiryouroreiinizatiim r rvrnl. Prufrssional singer & Cii. Flo Raymond Coral Cova Muaical Arta Studio. 565-8469 STORAGE RENTALS STORAGE RENTALS Mini Storage For Rent, 7x10 Off Boulder Hwy. & Athol $35 monthly • 24 hr. access. 431-4442 For Rent Storage Units 293-1135 CONSIGNMENT Wanted childrens cloth, toys, turn, for consignment store in BC, 2942455/294-0984. MC22837 HEALTH & FITNESS ARTHRITIS PAIN RELIEF. 100% NATURAL EMU OIL The applk:ation of EMU Oil aids in the relief of pain by reducing inflammation & swelling associated witli Arthritis, muscle strain & sore joints. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. 2 oz. bottle $19:95 (includes S&H) M/C, VISA. TOLL FREE 1-888-4525292. MCI 5126 DIET! Lose up to 30#. 30 day program start at $30. MAGIC! 270-9082. HEALTH & FITNESS SUCCESS THE AMS WAY •HirMI SiipplMinii •NMural AnVbloUc ••(• NttunI Wtlghi Mirugm*nl ^ •f r* StmplM wtih contuflatlon •f ua or Part TImt DMrlbmon •CiD Larry or VtvU (702) 4S4-SMO •AManlig* Mtrlwtlng Syttamt, kK. •ThaM ara aoma of our producta Mlil-300, Sham Cartllaga. CoMoMal Plua Hupar AMIoiManl Colloidal SIvaf CANCER Learn how I cured my terminal cancer in 15 months. Send for FREE booklet. Sorensen's 1300 Aspen Dr. BC, NV 89005 (702) 293-6725 [ANNOUNCEMENTS ANNOUNCEMENTS ANNOUNCEMENTS KINDERGARTEN TEACHER needed for private Christian School. This is a MORNINGS ONLY position. For information call 293"7773 STfn BUILDINGS ALL STEfeL dUILDINGS. Straightwall or Arc. Discounts, overruns specials, 1-800-9733366. MC22858 two STEEL eUlLbINGS, public liquidation. 40x27 was $8,450 now $3,250. Also 40x60 was $8,690 now$5,9e0. Must sell, can daJivar, blueprints inciudad. 1-800292-0111. MC22876 MISCELLANEOUS Deluxe 25" TV console, $125; Saw8all$50; Skill saw $30; 434-6291. MI20348 Washers. Dryers $125 each 293-6101. BC. MI22802 STOOLS. Bar & Counter. BUY 1 GET 1 FREE. Hardwood 24" Buy 1 $39 get 2nd one FREEor 29" buy 1 $49 get 2nd one FREE. 434-4860, Bars N' Stools, Trop Nellis, 4922 E.Tropicana. MC22547 Sm. apartment size washer $75, works great, call Kellie, 558-3697. MI22541 Spinet Piano, plays well, $350, call 558-2252. MI22715 Maytag Electric Dryer, works great, $75, 2933144 MI22789 Electric dryer for sale, $75, call 566-6363. MI22851 COMPUTER SOFTWARE Over 25 CDRoms, including games, children's and educational disks. No shareware or demos. Most $3 to $5. Please call 434-6149 for list. MI21179 Stag brand, elac., antk^ue sewing machine $50; 8' silk ficus tree, $70; more than $4000 in Clipper, PMS&Volk clip art, $300 or best; Have a number of Computer Graphics & General info books for sale (Macintosh). Willfax price list to interested parties. Call 564-3598, MI22597 For Sale 2-1/2 yr. old washer & gas dryer, $500 FIRM, 565-8876. MI22616 Whirlpool W/D 3 yrs. old $350; Whirlpool port. 0/ W like new $325; white Amana fridge IBcu.ft. 3 yrs. old $500;. almond fridge 20 cu. ft. w/ icemaker $300. 2932214. MI22854 WE LOVE SNOWBIRDS" Nevada Inn, "a friendly place to stay" has winter rates, now in effect. Budget cottages to deluxe suifes/please call 702-293-2044 for rates and reservations. Our suites are three room apartment size, with kitchen. MI21382 27" Sony TV $120 ProForm exercise bike $40, 293-5619. MI22259 Barber chairs, 1 matching pr., orig. cond., white porcelain & chrome, nothing missing, ready to refurbish, $1100, phone 293-6180 ext. 105, Rod. MI22821 FREE firewood, 2948888. MI22e39 FREE hollow tile, 8x16, used, approx. 100, U haul away, 435-8261. MI22322 WOLFF TANNING BEDS. TAN AT HOME. Buy DIRECT and SAVE! Commercial/Home units from $199. Low Monthly Payments. FREE Color Catalog. Call TODAY, 1-800-842-1310. MI22870 KENMORE Sm. apart size washer WORKS GREAT will sacrifice for $75 558-3697 Iv msg. PIOTECTTOUISELF Ac*lnat Itebbtfrs, Muccr aatf *9.95 Chtcks or M.O. lo: Edward J. Rich 5261 Janfred Q. *33 Las Vegas, NV89103 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES START YOUR OWN cruise travel business. Eam up to 70% commission. Home-based business opportunity. Free cruise. 49 start-up fee. 1-800-836-0086. DOMESTIC HELP BUSINESS QPPORTUNITItS NOTICE TO READERS: The HBC Publications does not vouch for the legitimacy of Hems, jobs, or money-making opportunities advertised in this classifk:atk>n. We suggest you caretuHy evaluate such offers and riot send nrwney to these advertisers unless you are certain you know with whom you are dealing and you know all terms and conditions of the offer. FULL COLOR ADS inthe IMALLI Reach nMllions on the internet! Free details: 1-800-408-5618 ext. 2356. "Excellent Profits'Log home wholesalers ** Join proven 18 yr. Log Manufacturer, 16 Kiln-dried Log stylos, starting $9800. Exclusive territory. Mr. Buck 1-800-3215647, Old-Timer Log Homes. B022685 $10.000+POSSIBLEIIn a short period of time. Call for free information. Not MLM or franchising. Extensive training and support. 1-800-4146058. B022864 DOMESTIC ChRd eare in my home, Iota of love, attention & affection, 558-6401. DM; EUAOPBAN LiVg-lM CHILD CAR^Culturafly enriching, flexiblf. inhome, 45 hrsywk.7aterage $221/wlc perfaniily, not per chiM. US Qov't designated exchange program places carefully selected, English speaking Au Pairs, 18-26 years old, with qualified host families. CaH EurAuPair 800-713-2002. : Home child care, cert, teacher & grandmother will provide fun, k>ving care, lg. back yrd., lunches provided, call 564-1875. DH22604 Childcare needed. M-F from 4:30 PM-6:30PM In BC for 9 yr. oM. Must drive, my home or yours. Call293-0216. DH22820 Will babysit in myOVhni, 4-5 yr. olds, 6 am-6 om M-F, lov. c are/atten,, i75 wk., 260-4594. DH22828 ROUTE, SALES A SERVICE DEUVERY • ntaLMV.aMM foknM I. Mm •M,Mi I 4 *( vocli Men. IIIMI.-M. •UtiltoM FwKWwtf •^hi. tilM C —WlM^WI • III I I M 4 CkM. Ml. *tv*inM><. • f^HMNvi.. PIMM apftfy at M PKIIMII M, ta<>ti, NV. MO PMOWE Cmi WJAI FINANCIAL SERVICES ALL CASH! Receiving payments on a mortgage? Why wait? Best prices paid nationwide, plus we pay transfer costs. Sell all/part. Purchase Equity Investors 1 800-999-9892. FS22865 Responsible at home motiier who wouki love to watch your chiki/children. Flex hrs., ages 1 & up, (good neighborhood). Call Penny 565-0499. DH22907 TWICE AS FAST Quality HOU80 Cl00nlng 2 Lady Team 594-0938 A BAJILLION DOLLARS. CASH AVAILABLE NOW for Notes, Contracts & Annuities. Free Quotes, Free Information, Great Prices. Meghan Foss (800)275-6197. FS22863 $$CASH NOW$$ For your structured settlements, annuities and inheritances. 1-800-4579922. BACH INVESTMENT INC. FS2232 BEEN TURNED DOWN? Your search for a Real Estate Loan stops here. Heath Financial Services, Inc. 1-800-9971955. FS22874 CASH TODAY. We purchase structured settlements, workers comp. claims, pensions and mortgages. Call 800-4227317. FS22486 NEED CASH? RECEIVING PAYMENTS? We'll Turn Your Annuity, Mortqage, Trust Deed Into Immediate Usable CASH. Call FREE now for the best prk:e. 1 -800659-2274 ext. 41. FS22880 Earn 13-15% Secured by Single Fam. Homes. I have exc. 10 yr. track record in Real Est. Call ChuckBonnot, 294-1161. MC22563 $$CASH$$ Immediate $$ for structured settlements and deferred insurance claims. J.G. Wentworth. 1-800-3863582. FS22875 BOOKKEEPING PAYROLL & TAX SERVICE %-3453 GEORGE MOLNAR ii YOUR LOCAIir PA^TJOLL COMPANY & • General Ledger •LorkBoi iMorntBr.Rimii •EKTu rasa APnmi no •mrunm i-BANnBi •um rATW ILL nart •rAnnixrii-Ki'r •MAOKTIC TAn MEDU •grAmCLT TAX BOH n L mvi UeFicklpiDeiivai-. 733-0378-1 NCVAOA FDIMriAL CQKtPTS DOMESTIC HELP Mother of 2 will babysit in her home Mon:-Fn., will take to & from school, meals & snacks incl., 558-4105. DH22233 • ••••••••* • OY SCHOOL HOME DAYCARE ^ • ••••• • • PETS/ANIMALS Male Shetland Sheepdog, blue merle, 1 1/2 yrs. old. Champion line. $300. 263-2629 after 5 p.m. LAS VEGAS VALLEY HUMANE SOCIETY. Beautiful, healthy, kittens, cats, puppies, dogs. Spayed/neutered, tested, shots. PetsMart, Trop-Eastern store only. Wed., Thurs,, Fri., SaL. Sun., 11-4. • :.-: • -: PA22691 FREE FAMILY FUN SAFARI IN THE DESERT. Visitors welcome for Quided tours daily to see lions, bears, tigers, cougar3ly In psfwMi M CariitonCag* ^ US HWV •* NMT Hoovtr Dam ••***••**** • Marketing Rep needed for rapidly growing Cardiology practice. Must have exper. in mktg. Salary DOE. Pis. send resunne to: Cheryl VVinn, 108 E. Lake Mead, Suite 305, HD 89015. HW22402 Expedition Depot/Black Canyon Rafting is seeking qualified individuals to join our high profile sales team. Exper. in merchandise sales helpful. Must be reliable, hard working & possess interpersonal skills to work w/ customers & other team members. Pis. apply at the Expedition Depot, 1297 Nevada Hwy,. BC, NV. HW22408 Housecleaning part time 293-1342. HW22417 DENTAL OFFICE MANAGER full time position progressive BC Office. Dental & computer exper. bookkeeping & insurance. Vac, holidays, incentive ins., wage negotiable. Contact Wanda, 293-0373. HW22720 EASY WORK! EXCELLENT PAY! Assemble Products at Home. Call Toll Free 1-800-4675566 Ext. 1311. HW22719 PRESSER needed for BC cleaners, will train, 1406 Nevada Hwy, BC, 293-6574. HW22770 Wanted 96 people. We will pay you to lose up to 30 lbs. in the next 30 days. Call 1-800-2344938. Offer expires 2/4/ 97. HW22695 DRIVERS—FLATBED 48 STATE OTR. Assigned New Conventionals. Competitive Pay, Benefits. $1000 Sign on Bonus. Rkier Program, Flexible Time Off. Call Roadrunner Trucking 1 800-876-7784. HW22861 t20O-$500 WMJST —I.70MMOS Mfl'^ WANTED FultimaposMonforamall print shop In need of experienced person to operate shop, wait on cuetomera. MUST HAVE KNOWLEDGE OF PRINTING OPERATION. Apply in person, 2627 N. Green Valley Pkwy.. M-F. 9-4. NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE. HW21276 Bread slicer, PT nights, $5.50/hr., 566-5901 Kr. TOJ. HW22185 FT ACCOIJNTANT. tax exper. reouired, phone & people IIKHIS a must, audK exper. avail., reply w/ resume: Box Holder, PO Box 90628, Henderson, NV 89009. HW22143 Mature lady to clean, assistekJerty woman. Work is Tues. & Thurs., 8 AM12 Noon, $10/hr.T call weekdays for appt. 2930577. HW22594 CASHIER/CLERK HARDWARE FT, Apply in person at Coast-ToCoast Hardware, 220 N. Boulder Hwy., HD. HW22724 LUBE TECHNICIAN exper. preferred but not required. Applicants must be clean cut & customer SVC oriented. Call Torn/ Sherry at Texaco Express Lube, 565-0522. HW22750 FRONT DESK CLERK imnwd. opening, Super 8 Motel, 704 NV Hwy, BC. Pis. apply in parson. No exper. necessary. HW22841 REPORTER-AWARD WINNING weekly paper near Lake Tahoe needs a reporter to cover news andfeatures. Photoskills a plus. Send resume and samples to: The Sierra Sun, c/o Peter Kosfes, P.O. Box 2973, Truckee, CA96160. HW22859 NOW HIRING. Experienced OTR drivers (min. lOmths. exp.). Up to .30 cpm starting base pay D.O.E., plus bonuses. Also leasing owner operators. Percentage or mileage contract. Zero down lease/purchase available. Call now Chuck 800-916-8959. MRDCFENBE CM • syoua giMine* aqulpnant ItOktOO lr>l iTMr. II 1.K0 wcond irMf mMmum uliry, plut ueaNant Iw mBU pclMB. CiSM-7M ARMY. BE AU YOU CAN BE* Loving people wanted to work in licensed child care, FT/PT pos., $5 hr. call 564-2201. HW22795 KWU has an immediate opening for an ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE. Station is accepting applk;ations. Minimum of 5 years experience in Electronk: Media Sales. Applcations being taken at KWU, 25 TVS Drive, Henderson, 8 AM-5 PM, M-F, 435-5555. KWU is an equal opportunity employer. HW22827 Work Clothes Rental is looking for eager to learn and dependable people to fill F/T labor-type positions. Will train, good benefits, uniforms and no weekends. Apply in person, 568 Parkson Rd., Hand. NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE. HW22826 NIGHT AUDITOR, Immediate Opening. Echo Bay Resort (Lake Mead NRA), Overton, NV 89040. 394-4066. Accountino background preferrea but wnl train. Pre-employment drug test is required. ChecK out our very low cost housing & utilities. Excellent oenefits. An Authorized concessionaire of the NPS. EOE. HW22838 EXPERIENCED OR INEXPERIENCED. North Amerwan Van Lines has owner operator openings in the Relocation Services Division. Tuitionfree training*! Tractor purchase programs, no trailer n^intenance expenses, pay for performance plans ana much more! 1-800-348-2147 Dept. A-22. 'Subject to certain conditions. HW22867 LICENSED LIFE 4 HEALTH AGENT NEEDED. Quality products, high commissions with advance before issue, lead system and benefits. (Must qualify for advances & benefits). Call 1-800-252-2581. HW22872 MAIDS exper. Apply in person between 7 AM-3 PM, Best Western Lake Mead, 85 W. Lake Mead Dr., HD. HW22267 SALES ALLIGATORS. Sales Pros with skin thicker than an alligator and the attitude of an angel. $100K -f reskiual and not insurance. (310) 542-1565. HW20777 BLACK CANYON RAFT TOURS is taking appKcatkms for drivers, narrators & river pilots. Apal1297NevadaHwy., HW2238S HUP WANTED Customer Servkse PT poaMon working M-F, 103.303-8482. HW22S46 HELP W.'XNTED SIOOO's POSSIBLE READING BOOKS. Part Time. At Home. Toll Free 1-800-218-9000, Ext. R3804 -"for Listin ; SIOOO's POSSIBLE TYPING. Part Time. At Home. Toll Free 1-800218-9000, ext. T-3804 for listings. HW22578 Security/Publk; relations PARKING LOT PATROL in motorized vehcle, start $5.50/hr. go to $B/W~ within 3 mo. FT & PT, 233-0907. HW22831 Plumber needed, 3 yrs. exper. in Sewer & Drain, some tools, FT, 5644783. HW22889 Admin. Asst. for busy al-_ tornative medicine practice. Mustbeveryflexible 4willingtolearn.30hrs./ wk. Contact Lynn 4540862. HW22902 Eco-Rayne Water Systems is looking for sales persons to work in a new northwest area office, as well as, the Henderson offce. We offer salary/ commission plus benefits. Water treatment is one of the top ten rated fields to enter. Start a lifetime career now. Call Les Paice at 565-4544 M-F,9AM-4PMtosetan appointment. HW22904 B I B (Bueiness is Booming) Need helpl Please call WENDY'S Now hiring Day/Night Caahlers Premium Payl 1131 W. Sunset (Acroee from the Galleria) SHIFT MANAGERS with l-t-yrs. mgmt. exp. also needed. EOE Advertise in the NEWS Allstate Insurance office in GV seeking telemarketer to call for auto quotes. Excel, commission, work from home..': 435-1338. HW22906 DRIVg^S AND LABORERS 50 Needed Daily/Weekly Pay Apply LABOR EXPRESS 39 E. Basic Rd. SECURITY GUARD PT Security Guard Must have experience. Pis. call 433-7706 $3OO-$500 WEEKLY! • Full/part time processing HUD/FHA Mortgage Refunds. No experience. Own hours. Call 24-7 days. (504) 429-9233 Ext. 3896 D45 HW13510 SALESPERSON—MARINE needed for Marine accessories, including wakeboards, water skis, etc. Start $8/hr. + commission. Marine Products Pro Shop, 702-456-0122 (Las Vegas). HW17379 ;.J^-',,jti Part Time Receptionist, 12 pm 5 pm, 6 days/wk., room for advancement, some ph. exp., call 4364393. HW22611 INSPECTOR II §ALARY:$20.15-22.97/hour. REQUIREMENTS: Five (5) years combined education/experience in building trades, completion of an accredited apprenticeship programOR any equivalent combination of closely related training and experience. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Possession of, orthe ability to obtain, anappropriate Nevada Driver s License, and" possession and maintenance of a satisfactory driving record plus possession of one inspector certification from I.C.B.O.. or LA.P.M.O. WHERETOAPPLYiCity application form must be submitted to and received by the Personnel Department, Room 200, City Hall, 240 Water Street, Henderson, NV 89015, no later than Monday, February 10, 1997, by 5:00 p.m., to be considered for this recruitment. NO APPLICATIONS WILL BE GIVEN OUT AFTER 4:00 P.M. ON THE CLOSING DATE OF THIS RECRUITMENT. Employment packet MUST be obtained from the Personnel Department; resumes only WILL NOT be accepted in lieu of employment application. HOURS OF OPERATION, MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY, 7:30A.M. TO 5:30 P.M. SMOKE-FREE WORK ENVIRONMENT. AN AFFIRMATIVE ACTION/EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. HW22835 WrtTJt The Nevada Highway Patrol Is curranUy accspMng • (ipMcatlon* lor th* poMon TROOPER AppHcanl must to 21* yeara oM; Willing lo locaM anywhere in NnadijNoalmlnilracaid; Of dood charactef. AppHeabona may be obtatnvd slany Office of (tie Nevada Htghway Pabol or Offica of Slato Pmmonntt. SUBMT APPLICATIONS TO: THE DMV ANO PUBLIC SAFETY PEHSOMNEL OFHCE S&S WRIGHT WAY CARSOfil CITY, NEVADA. 7tl Application DMdIlrw: Fabruary 7lh. 1Sf7for contlderadon for our August Academy, Appllcatlont accapltd yaar round tor futurt acadtfnlaa. Th* Nmada HighWiy Pabol ta an •i|ual oppoilunity amployat. HELP V^ANTED AYOn nAPlHafarVOUl ToSaywSril 21 ^11 0 Airline Jobs! Now hiring, ttO-$3SAr. Ail ptMttlon* tUllMl un-klllM>. Excal. pty/bMwm*. Call 1-504-429-S229, Ext. 463 A39, 24 hr*. TEACHER WANTED PART-TIME Eipattafwatf In if Kinoaryartan -* tttimimii E rl uilon .ffCHMI OAKLANE PRESCHOOL ACADEMY 130b Wyominq SI 293 5188 Chona Vow houta^ Your IncoaM and Your ftowardil AVON ItajdiMHolM (702) 2M-*17e Call Today! IMMEDIATE OPENINGS •Full & Part Time* Walgraani, th* moat r*>p*ct*d l*ad*r In th* retail drug Indintry, I* now acctpting application* )or store* throughout Ih* ar**. Th* following po*lllon* ar* currtntly avallabla: •Cosmatlclans •Cashiers •Pharmacy Tachniciana •Slock Clark* •Ssrvic* Cl*rk* •Bookk**p*rs •Price Administrators W* of(*r comp*tltlv* starling salaries. Interested applicants should apply in person or send a rasum* to: WaI greens ATTN: Shelly 4340 South Valley View Suite *208 Las Vegas, NV 89103 WALGREENS The Pharmacy America Tnjsta DON'T READ THIS! Unless you want to lose weight & feel great w/o dieting, just 3 pills w/breakfast ALL NATURAL 568-5265 22905 SECURITY OFFICES UNARMED $4.-/4Mn.ost.n. HEriDkftsoW^Q.Vi^w^-'--* Full t Parl-TIm*. Weekday* A Weekends MUST HAVE WORKING PHONE A TRANSPORTATION 10 a 3p EOE —: • — CURTIS SECURITY 330S spring Mtn. Rd. St*. 83 *,*>, *********************** .y22''*:>sV CsQt CMhi*ra, Ktno Wrltsrt t Runmra, ^ Rtttaurant Shift Suparvltor,^ Hotl/HottMS, Cwhir, Lin* Cooht, Prap Cookt. Dithwathri i But Ptrtont, Portar. Hard Count. PT Gift Shop Clarh No •xpri*nc ncary, w ivlll train Apply at Hotal Tronl Datk. No phorM calls plaai* Railroad Paai Hot*! i Casino, 2*00 S. Bouldar Hwy.. HD Wa do pra-amptoymant druf taatioB. //i lEASi RiuGE^Tem ps' i Recruiting for the following positions: CLERICAL GENERAL •Recsptionist •Construction Cl*anup •Data Entry •Warahou** Job* •Accounting Cl*rk •Production •General Secretarial •Light Industrial Up to $9.00 p*r hour Up to $7.00 per hour ca//566-9662 for an appointment today! NEVER A FEE 320 S. Boulder Hwy., Ste. 102, Henderson. NV NEVER A FEE :MDC Seeking articulate, personable, and mature minded Individuals, to conduct follow up phone calls, with graduates and associates of distinguished institutions. Integrity and a commitment a must Afternoon and weekend shifts available. A professional, and friendly environmsnL $7 hourly wage, part time positions only. 565-9038 leave a message. RESUMES P%u U% Um w9i Bom AaASdfMdi^ ^foad KTSIUSINESSSERVKB OpenOeMyllot I4* Cokiredo (al Aali) B.C. ru 293*5361 MOrSL a CAStNO (g) Boln prepefie* an acceptirtQ sSSM cH tow lor Ctiance Persen Meney RMnnef Ca ts C es h ler vilest ReeM Alteciasfits Kens Wnien Om Shop CasMers Exp. Seus Chef Apply in Parson GoM Strfhs HoM, Jean,NV. Pereonnd Dapt, 7 days wk. 8 AIM PM a Opyortiwiwy Me>>* rt riliOilTal Temporary/Full-Time Employment Services IMMEDIATE OPENINGS! NEVER A FEE Receptionist, Word Processing, Data Entry Oper. & More. 898-1956 3510 E. Troplcana, K at Pecos FAVORITE BRANDS INTERNATIONAL (FORMERLY KIDD S) MARSHMALLOWS FACTORY HENDERSON, NV Come Join Our T*m We are expanding our processing facility and are seeking team-oriented individuals for the lolk>wing positions: Form fin seal packaging machirte operators Food processing operators 'Line packer* Warehouse Clerks Meinlenance Ertgineer s We offer competitive wages and mn exceptional benefit package. NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS 10:00 AM-4:00PM MONOAYFRIOAY FAVORITE BRANDS INTERNATIONAL 11 to MARSHMALLOW LANE HENDERSON, NVn014 EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER ,m^ HELP V./ANTED DAILY WEEKLY PAY ShortA.ong Term Assign. Hem IsUnoappllcaUons for: CLERICAL WAREHOUSE t COMSTRUCTION Apply In person, S am-S pm, Mon.-Frt. 331 Water St., H*nd*fSon Advertise in tlie HEWS TOW DRIVERS Full TliM Avail. Exp. pfi^erred but not necessary. Must be clean cut, have valid Nevada driver's license with currenf DMV printout. MutI live in BC Apply In person at 705 Juniper Way, BC **POSTAL JOBS** (12.68/hr. to start. plus benefits. Carriers, sorters, clerks, computer tralriees. For an application & exam information call 1-800-636-5601 ext.91,6AM-6PM, 7 days. COMMERCIAL RENTALS BC approx. 1000 SF warehouse w/bath in new plaza. Terms negotiable. 293-1844 weekdays to see. C013992 Industrial Lease 1300+ SF or 2300+SF, new tall buildings, office, 3 phase pwr.,12x14lg.O.H.Door, neating, cooling, insulated buildings. Call for price 293-5339. C022583 Cheapest Off jce Rental in BC. From 1 office at $150/mp., util. incl., to 8000 SP from 50 rents/ SF/mo. 1404 Colorado St., Larry, 293-7007. C022824 MEDEX WOOD SIGN 4'BY 4 BOAT HOUSE STORAGE H FOR RENT 700 Sq. n. Office Space W|lh Living QuMtara Very ReaaonJlHe 68* A Wells Rd., 293-2202 HOUSE RENTALS BC NEW Lg. Custom 3 bd./2.5ba.,2cargar.,no pets pis., $1195, Desert Sun RIty, 293-5151. HR22425 HD for rent, former mod. hm., 2 yrs. old, 1800sq. ft., single story, lg. lot, 3 car gar., $1195 mo. + sec, 357 Country Club Dr., call 558-4009. HR22656 -. 2 bd., 1 ba,, in middle of town for rent, 1st, last & cleaning dep., 565-9579. HR22702 i:,' BC NICE 2 bd. home w/ gar., lg. yard. ONLY $118,500, BRET, 2948482, Desert Sun RIty. HR22426 3 bd., 1 ba., NO PETS, quiet cul-de-sac, $765/ mo., trash, wtr., sewer incl. $900 sec/cleaning dep., avail. 2/1, 5668036. HR22700 HD townsite house, nicely renx)deled, 3 bd., 2 ba., basement, walled d. PETS OK. $845 + lil., 565-892/. HR22751 Lg. GV house, 3 bd., 2 ba., must be prof7neat, Monica 456-7208. HR22855 LAKEVIEWTownhouse, 3 bd72 ba., spa, gar., no pets pis., $1190, Desert Sun RIty., 293-2151. HR22798 BC3bd.,1-3/4ba.,2Car gar. Pool $1100/mo. plus Sec. Dep. Call 293-1707. BC Adobe RIty. HR20840 BCnewhome3bd,,1 3/ 4 ba., 2 car gar., $1100/ mo., 1st & last + sec. dep. Call 294-2655. HF(218a9 HD, 4 bd., 2 ba., lg. yd., near school, new paint & carpet, avail. Feb. 1st, 909-676-0774. HR22359 Like new, 3 bd., 2 ba., 2 car gar., cov. patio, fenced back yd., $900/ tno. + dep., NO PETS, call Al, jisnsen Realty. 564-3333. HR22527 House for rant, large 1 -1 / 2 bdrm duplex. Old Town Boulder, walking distance to all facilities, nice quiet neighborhood, 508 ASH St. Call 2936081 $600/mo. HR227e4 Fum. guest house, all util itK:l.quiet4pnv.,nopets, no smok., for l empl. parson oftty, $550 mo.. 564 4284. HR22842 LAKE MEAD VIEW ESTATES, custom home lots overlooking Lake Mead. 702-294-0475. L022615 3/4+ acre SW corner of Race Track & Kiel, pad ready, utilKies near by, 558-7648. L021983 CONDO SALES NewGV.Grnd.Flr.,2br./ 2 ba.. Inc. appls., wtr., fpl., gar., praf. no smoki pets, $850 mo. + dep?., 434-3663. CS22S58 Must sell 2 bdrm., 1-1/2 bath, BIdr. Hills, $64,900, cash or terms, lease/option ok, 293-1471 eves. CS22612 3 bd., 2 ba. upstairs condo, $89,900. Sunset & Eastern, call 433-0708. CS22717 NEARLY NEW Ground Level, 2 bd./2 ba, gated, ONLY $81K BRET 2948482 Desert Sun Realty. CS22772 BC Lowest Price, Gr. Location & Condition, Boulder Square $54,900 BRET 294-8482 Desert Sun Realty. CS22773 APT. RENTALS FOR RENT: Kitchenettes, $65/wk. Utilities pd. SHADY REST MOTEL, 565-7688. AR9597 2BD.,1BA.APT.-Newly remodeled, $520/mo., 293-6248. AR22793 2 bd. 2 ba. adult apt. in quiet BC, no pets, $600/ mo. + dep., 294-1213. AR22586 • $595mo.,3bd.,2b;,w/ d hookup, nice area. Sunset & BIdr. Hw/y. Call 436-1045 or 566-0355. AR2272T CORNER COURT APTS. 2 bdrm., 1 ba. Near Baaic High S500/mo. aec. dep. No Pet* 434-9827 Nice 2 bd. duplex, gated, newly remodeled, wall lo-wall carpet w/*pa, *tove t frig., nice backyd., near shopping ctr., NO PETS, 433-6069 CONDO RENTALS GV PEPPERTREE CONDO. 2bd..1-3/4ba.. 2 car gar, $700/mo. + deps.. No pets, call Randy 456-0342. CR22383 NewGV,Gmd.Flr.,2br./ 2 ba., Inc. appls., wtr., fpl., gar., pref. no smok./ pats, $850 mo. + deps., 434-3663. CR22558 Single story, 2 bd. townhouse, pnv. backyd., central air & heat, pets & children ok, gr. location, pool avail., $600 monthVT $400dep.,$100/petdep., no credit ck. required, vacant, call 564-3969. CR22833 • *• ROOM RENTALS WE LOVE SNOWBIRDS!! Nevada lnn„''A FRIENDLY PLACE TO STAY* has winter rates, now in effect. Budget cottages to deluxe suites, please call 702-293-2044 for rates and reservations. Our suites are three room apartment size, with kitchen. RR22818 APT. RENTALS 2bd., 1 ba., priv., fenced yd, $550 mo. + dep., 5644284. AR22843 Clean green Boulder City's finest, very modern most affordable apart. w/2 bd., 1 ba., unfurnished, all elec., dw, lg. closets, balcony, sep. storage rm., coin laundry rm., off street parking, NO POOL. NO PETS. UPSTAIRS. Perfect for 1 or 2 quiet, mature ADULTS ONLY. Local owner operated, $525/mo. + $400 dep. Min. 6 mo. lease. Call293-3324. AR22585 APT. RENTALS APARTMENTS AS LOW AS $275 a Month furnished 564^952 ^ NEW KITCHENETTES STARVIEW, 293-1658 CONDO BC Very Clean 2 bd., 2 ba., frpl., Close to schools 294-0605 CASA DE ALICIA AND M&M II APT VJe've not giving away the kitchen sink. WE DON'T HAVE TO. Let our features & professional staff speak for themselves. 1, 2 fr 3 bdffln, from $550 r Pools, picnic areas. Walk in closets. 293-1615 AR227M Boulder City. ATLANTIC CITY APARTMENTS Clean, Quality 1-2-3 Bedroom Apartments in Henderson • Central Air & Heat • Appliances • Blinds • Carpets • Water Paid • Washer/Dryer Available Apartments are $420 & up per month, newly remodeled, spacious near schools, park & shopping. 565-7028 22603 REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE KRI) MOUNTAIN Realty 1647 Nevada Highway • (702) 294-1500 WONDERFUL VIEWS 4br/3ba/2gar Panoramic views of BC Vaulted $650,000 B-hill beauty ceilings. Lagoon pool w/waterfall NEW CONSTRUCTION 2 homes w/lakeview! 2086 sf SPACIOUS i OPEN Low maintenance yard, pool,spa. L.V. LAKEFRONT 3br/2ba/2gar $239,000 4br/3ba/2gar $230,000 3br/2ba/2gar $215,000 3br/2ba $129,000 3br/1ba Old town B.C. home. Large rooms. $108,000 Upgrades Galore! Gated! GREAT LOCATION Recently reduced! Large yard. GREAT CURB APPEAL mmm^'^m 1400 sq ft with private yard! MARINA COVE Barely lived in with Lake Views MARINA COVE for LEASE R.V parking. Lakeview. parKing TfZDa/zgar $159,900 3br/3.5ba/2+ $225,000 3br/3ba/2gar $1400 month SUNSET i EASTERN Apx 1.78 acre* zoned comm/industrial Prime k>cation. $780,000 COMM/RES Lot located Ibkx* S NV Hvi^ 420 acres suitable for 4-5 units $135,000 COMM. LEASE in new Red Mtn Plaza 2 bay/ warelKKJse avail Both 1000 sq ft A 1 Store front approx 1250 sq. ft. Indudet restaurant equipment ready for move-in! Cal for price! WAREHOUSE lease in BC's new indust Area 40x60 b>dg w/3 phase power $1flO0 per rrionth NOW AVAILABLE Lg. 1 Bd. 2 Bd. 2 Ba. Spacious 3 bd. Call Today LakewoodCave 1100N. Center, HD 564-2258 Teddy's KHchehettes, Just bring your tbothbrush. Everything furnished. PH. 293-1716. BC NEWKITCHENklfb^, phone, satellite, maid service. STARVIEW MOTEL 293-1658. BC AR14278 2 bdrm., 1-1/2 bath condo, BMr. Hills immed. occup. 1st, last, security NO PETS! $650 mo., 293-1471, eves. MR22WiS REAL ESTATE Ridge Apts. in BC, 2 bdrm. No pets. Lease for 12 mo. 293-0420. REAL ESTATE Y E 293-6014 & ASSOCIATES 'NEW USTINGI LAKE ARE A CUL-DE-SAC, LARGE MASTER PLUS 3 MORE GOOD SIZED BEDROOMS, 2 3/4 BATHS MAKE THIS HOME AN EXCELLENTBUYIPLENTYOFRVPARKINGGOES WITH THIS Tl LED ROOFED 2300 SQ. FT. HOME IN GREAT CONDITK>N, PRICED TO SELL QUICKLY AT $198,500. 'NATIONAL PARK BOUNDARY! OVERLOOK LAKE FROM THIS SPECTACULAR CUSTOM W/10 FT. CEIUNGS, ALMOST 4000 SO. FT. & 1/3 ACRE, 4 BEDROOMS, 4 1/2 BATHS, OVER 1500 SQ. FT. GARAGE/STORAGE IF YOU WANT THE BEST CALL TODAY FOR APPOINTMENT OFFERED AT $795,000. 'NEW LISTING ON GOLF COURSE! GORGEOUS SETTING, 4 BEDROOM, 2 1/2 BATH, 3 CAR GARAGE, FORMER MODEL! PRICED TO SELL AT $298,500. 'LOOK WHAT YOU GET! 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH. CLOSE TO SCHOOLS & SHOPPING, ALL FOR $100,000. •OLD FASHIONED QUALITY OF CONSTRUCTION! BRICK 3 BEDROOM, 1 1/2 BATH W/OUTSIDE INGROUND SPA, GARAGE & CARPORT, READY FOR YOUR FAMILY $139,900. 'CORONADO ESTATES, 2 BEDROOM, 2 BATH., LARGE LOT, RV PARKING $94,000. 'BELLA VISTA LAKE VIEW LOT, ACCESS FROM TWO STREETS $114,000. 'TILE ROOF! CORNER LOT! VIEWOF LAKE! ALSO 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH., 2 CAR GARAGE, DON'T WAIT, ACT NOW!! MOTIVATED SELLER!! REDUCED!! $199,500. 'RENTALS! COMMERCIAL W/UVING, HOUSES, APARTMENTS, DESK SPACE, ETC. REAl ESTATt PVH Real Estate, mc. has 1 of the largest selections of commercial & residential lots, mobAe homes, lg. acreage, home & income property in Pahrump, 1-702-7270445. RE22S24 WE CW^SMOWTbU' ANY HOME IN LAS VEGAS OR HEND. INCL 1500 DOWN HUD/ QOVT. WEPOS "HudHomes, all areas, from $500 to 3% down. DESERT VALLEY -J PROPERTIES. 43*.-1 4393. RE22e09 **• BRING YOUR CHECKBOOKI BeautHul temily home. Nicety decorated In Southwest Redwood Deck in back yard is covered and has celling fan. 3 bedrooms w/Den could easily be converted into 4 bedrooms. This home alec has 2 full bathrooms. Great Home! Great Neighborhood! Great Prkel $162,500 kwated in Green Valley. HIGHLAND HILLS Over 2000 sq. ft.. Triple garage, Large bajcony. Only $129,900. PALM CANYON The most wanted modeL 1801 sq. ft. and only 2 years new, only one on the market. Neutral colors. Divorce, needs quick sale. $135,900. LUXURY FOR THE LAZY • Model home for sale in Green Valley Ranch. Leased to builder thru approx. Oct. 1997. Ideal if relocating to Las Vegas area or you need to sell your home. 3 bedrooms & 2 baths & over 1600 sq. ft of upgraded elegance. Almost every upgrade imaginable plus a beautiful view. $174,900.'V BOULDERCITY-FOR UNDER $100.Q00-Almost a unheard of pricel 2 bedrooms in tip-top shape, including brand new carpet Added bonus is 214 sq. ft. storage building. ACRE VIEW LOT Beautiful 3 bdrm., 2-1/2 bath, 2 car garage on approx. .93 acre lot. Super floorplan, separate family rm., large laundry room, country kitchen, over 2100 s/f of Ihring with a fabulous view. $179,500. l2r 564-6546 tuilHMiMnt 101 E. Horizon Dr. CENTURION Office EACH Of f ICE IS INDEPENDENTLY OWNED AND OPEflATEO m •A }: J BC 'iTT dobc^ BC Adobe Reolty 1^ (702) 293-1707 HOMES HOMES NEW ONTHE MARKET...beautlful custom home In Lake Mead View Properties with over 2,400 sq. ft., 3 bdrm. plus separate den...$425,000. FANTASTIC UKE A MTN. VIEWS...check out this Waters Edge home, 3 bdrm., 3 bath, open floor plan, easy cars...$215,6oo. NOW AVAILABLE...beautlful custom home under final construction phase, over 2,500 sq. ft., many extras, call for lnformatlon...$221,000. NEW ON THE MARKET...3 bdrm., 1-3/4 batfi, front living room, kItcherVdInIng area, frasfi paint, new flooring, newer roof...$126,500. HUGE REDUCTION...3bdnn., 2-1/2 bathcustom' home witfi spacious living area, private yard, RV parking, lakeview area...$l 70,500. LOTS OF SPACE FOR THE $$$...1,690 sq. ft., 3 txlrm., 1-3/4 batti, front living room, family room w/gas flreplaca...$139,goo. EAGLE CREST...Imm8culate 3 bdrm., 2 batfi, open floor plan with large living room and master, nice upgrades...$129,900: CUSTOM H0ME...4 bdrm., 2 bath with separate family room. Indoor laundry area, lot below for sale, owc...$190,000. SEEING IS BELIEVING...3 bdrm., 2 bath with new a^c, roof, roll-a-shlald windows, new granite kitchen counter, pool...$179,000. HALF ACRE MUCH MORE...4 bdrm., 4-1/2 baths, great kitchon/famlly room area, office, separate living & dining area, corner lot...$289,900. TOTAaYREFURBISHED...IIkenew4bdrm.,21/2 bath, front llvlng/dlning area, pod, many upgrades, great family home...$182,500. CHECK IT 0UT...newer well maintained, 3 bdrm., 2 bath, spacious open family room A dining srea w/gas fireplace, extra parklng...$154,900. PRICE REDUCED...1876 sq. ft., 3 bdrm., 2 bath, open floor plan, lots of extras, extra Insulation, a/c In garage...$187,50a c< c f PANORAMIC LAKE VIEWS...5 bdrm., 4-1/2 baths, gourmet kitchen, master suite main floor, separate library, pool...$1,100,000. BEAUTIFUL HOME & VIEW T00...4 bdrm., 3 bath, formal living A dining, many upgrades, lush landscaplng...$325,000 LAKEVIEW SrrES...4 bdrm., 3-1/2 bath, open floor plan great for entertaining, den A game room, lake view, adjacent lot for sale...$300,500. PRICE REDUCED.. J bdrm., 1-3/4 bath, separate family room, Irxloor laundry arse, extra garage & workshop...$l 64,900. SO MANY PLUSES...3 bdrm., 2-3/4 bath, newer Del Prado ftome with open floor plan, custom designed for wheelchair accesslblllty...$165,000. GOLF COURSE VIEWS...4 bdrni., 3-1/2 bath, family room. Island kltcfien, separate mstr. suite, large lot. pool & spa...$330,90a VIEW DECK.great custom with open floor plan, 3 bdrm., 2 batti, skyllgfits, separate maelsr bdrm.. pool, lake A mta vtaws...S319,00a ~~ CONDOS & TOWNHOMES NEW0NTHEMARKET...BouMerHllls,2bdrm.,11/2 bath, step saver kitchen, al lappllances Included, owenr llcens...$69,900. BOULDER HILLS...popular first level, nice IMng araa, 2 bdrm., 2 batti, community pool, close to schools & parks...$75,000. REGATTA POINTE...toUlly upgraded. 2 bedroom, 2 bath. den/TV room, ceiling fans, new flooring, extrs lnsulation...$172,500. MANUFACTURED HOMES UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY...In Nelson, NV... Fleetwood with 2 bdnn., 1 batti. partially hirnlshed...$34,500. BACK ON THE MARKET...spackHJS and open Lake Mountain Estates fiome, 3 bdrm., 2 batti, flrsplace, separate mastsr bsth...$131,900. LAND LAKE A MOUNTAM VIEW LOTS... MANY TO CHOOSE FROM $9S.OOO TO $278,000. CAU FOR DETAILS WEU ESTABUSHED BEAUTY SHOP FOR SALE. $36,500. CALL FOR DETAILS ***We have many other properties available for sale or lease*** COME IN OR CALL FOR A FREE UST OF ALL AVAILABLE PROPERTIES FOR SALE 1310 NEVADA HWY BOULDER CITY FAX 702.2S3-7477 JeiCumMi-S-14C7 OeraNty HeMn 2SSS0S7 OImM VMMM • 3S3-3S4 BMi AMwertti 2SS-7074 Citmtm Learalen. Bratwr 2S-ai2 TOLL FREE #1-800-553-8081 i • it si

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VHiP mmmmmmm Ptgilt NtrnftnonHoimNmra Tuesday. January28, 1997 Tuesday, Jamiacy^S, .1897 kLAL rST/iTi REAL ESTATE NO MONEY DOWN. Talw ovr payrrwnlt LEVEL w/lake view, 3 bd., 3 ba., fam. rm. w/blt.-in stereo, TV, aquarium, wetbar & more. $262,500. REMODELED THRU-OUTt 3 bd., 2 ba., detached 2 c. garage. 1B35 s.f. newkitchenw/oak cabinets. $159,900. BOULDER GREEN 4 bd., 2-1/2 ba., 2 c. garage, new carpet, fresh paint inside, mature landscaping. $157,500. SECTION 27 Henderson-custom 2081 s.f., 4 bd., country kitchen w/ nook, RV parking & cleanout station & more. $159,900. CUSTOM Lake view, 3008 s.f. one level, oversize garageJile roof, many extras. $385,000. ^ THREE BDRM. home used as two units. Good rental history. $122,900. SIX BDRM. on 1.92 acre, city, mtn. & valley views! Basement w/3 bdrms. & fam. rm. Reduced! $295,000. LAKE VIEW! 3 bd., 2.5 be., 2 c. garage, fam. rm., 2 f/p, covered patios, all appliances, pool, spa. $346,000. MANUFACTURED HOMES LAKE VIEW from rear patio & kitchen 2 bd., 2 be., 2 car carport, open fir. plan. $135,900. MAGNIFICENT LAKE VIEW 2305 s.f., 2 bd., 1 c. garage, living rm. w/ fireplace, spacious mst. bdrm. $159,000. REDUCED a owe with $15,000 dwn., 20 yrs. Two bd., 2 ba., covered parking, storage. $124,500. CORNER LOT, oversized 2 c. garage, RV parking, 2 bd., desert landscaping, ready for move-in. $145,000. LAKE VIEW corner lot, near pool & clubhouse, 2 c. garage, 1152 s.f., 2 bdrm. $149,900. LAKE VIEW 2 car garage, 2 bd., wrap around deck w/low voltage lighting, TILED ROOF, and k)ta more. $157,500. SUPER NICE 2 bd., 2 ba., 2 car garage plus workshop, redwood deck off master bd. in rear. Reduced to $169,995. TWO BDRM., DEN w/skylight, 2 car carport, 1618 s.f. $162,500. TWO PATK>S with this lovely, 2 bdrm., completely furnished. Covered parking and lake view tool REDUCED $131,500. MOBILE HOMES IN PARKS GINGERWOOD -12x65 with 8 x 10 expando-approx. total 1100 s.f. 10x10 atorage, 2 o. cerport, celling fans, completely furnished. $37,500. COMMERCIAL B.C. GAS STATK3N corner tot, hwy. frontage, bIdg. & business. Mechanic on duty. $395,000. CONDOS/TOWNHOUSES REGATTA POINTE corner k>t, lake view, upgraded t/o, wateriall in • trium, home was a model. Reduced! $214,900. SPANISH STEPS 3 bd., 3 ba., fireplace w/gas k>g, neutral cotors, vertkrals t/o, lots of upgrades, 1542 a.f. $132,500. BOULDER LANDING CONDO 3000 s.f., 3 car garage w/separate workahop, unobstructed view of lake & more. Now $335,000. FREE! LIST OF ALL HOMES FOR SALE IN B.C. [0^121 O1M0 CoMnwl BanlMi Rradcniial RMI Eaiai. An EQIMI Oppotluruly Con^Mny Equal Houwig OpportunKy Som* Oflicm lndpnd*ntlv Owntd mt Operatwl RE/MAX Sunaet RMUJ 27(Ht E. SuHMl R,l.. fhiile DJid home (702) AnS-flTni nfTtrr (7t)) TSO-ISSS Vfho knows Hndmtm like Smith & Smith? Pilmranym Bniuty lai WI4P 75il(lll ^. .._..... eamrr lot w/2 way nrrpianti tl Itt.WNI *S01RM|. ft. 4 hdrm...'< ha 1 yr. ftrw Palm ranynn Oiram PofT cm drrp 7()i IWIoC Toiaaf a|ra>*ay BmtaMlin UM wMa kaatet tnS.lNH aad ap Ana ReMemta Sincr 1989! ('nm mrrrial/Kr*Urn titil fists^ Corby it Denyae tfrmiirmnm 'n ffi REAL ESTATE Own Your Own Home Now! No down paymant on MHet materials. Innovative construction financing. Call Miles Homes, today, 1-800343-2884, ext. L ftEl4066 H^Nbei^tSbN Arbor Ridge, 3 bd., 2 ba., 3 c garage, circle drive, covered boat parking, stucco wals, wrought iron gates, tile roof & lots of extras. OWNER LICENSEE-call Katie 293S757 for info. $169,000. 4bd.. 1700 SF, fam m. w/frpl.. 418 West Atlantic. HD. Assumable, $86,000. 564-6875. RE22378 GOVERNMENT FORECLOSED HOMES, pennies on the $1. Repo's, VA. HUD. Sheritt sales. No money down government loans available now. Local listing^directory. Toil frSe 1-800-6692292 Ext. H-4000. RE22856 CANT AFFORD THE HOME YOU NEED? Own a home now. without the downpayment most banks require. Complete pernrwnent financing if qualilied. DeGeorge Home Alliance. 1-800-343-2884. RE22871 REAI ESTATE 1300 af home, near uptown, good income prop, caah or owe $114,800, 293-1471 eves. RE22621 Owner will finance gorB aous 4 bd., 3 ba., view ome, awirnmtng pool/ 3E>a, RV park, $15,000 own. 293-1582. RE22816 REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE Barbara Storey ^ Pager 390-3280 l Ahmy Smiling Henderwon Century 21JR Realty I QuaMy Santoa Amid OfNoa, iaa-aS 101 E. Horlion Dr.. SuHa A Handtfaon, Navada S901S < • w BChoeieen Ig., weNlandaeapedprop.forseleby owner, $2OS,00a This 2100 sq. fL, 4 bd. 2-1/2 ba. homo contains oocurod boal/RV pkg. A pool, ramodolod kitchen, gao Irpl., Ig. fam. rm. ft plenty ol beautiful garden aroao. Can be eoon at: M Paloma Or. CaH for appt, 28-2S4. *•* DICK BLAIR REALTY 833 NEVADA HWY., BOULDER CnY (702) 293-2171 () RD Townhouse, by owner. 3bd.,2ba. 1250 SF. end unit, community pool/spa. cov. patio & parking. $79,500. call 433-8587. RE22318 New construction, by owner, from $150,000$170.000.3bd.,2ba. in BC. split wina 658-6195/ 293-0608. RE22703 By owner. HD 4 bd.. 2 ba., 1336 SF, 10 mi. from BC. 60x100 lot. beautiful landscape yd., auto sprinkler & malibu lighting, $116,500. gr. neighborhood, call 565-9022 NO REALTORS PLS. RE22562 By owner. Golf Course home, one of the largest lots on the golf course, 152 ft., Lewis Agusta model,3190SF,4bd..41/2 ba.. 18x36 pool w/ 5x8 spa. 30x70 sports court, RV park, many extras, incl. curtains, blinds & all appl., valued over $400,000, asking $359,000, NO QUALIFYING, ASSUMABLE, 293-3384. Rt22608 Pally Gaffty-SpcM'.. Aadrca Aadaranik.. lUMHMU MVVflfc • • • • I nitriiMayaiiiaa.Trr: AaaGaWaal. .2n-a7S ArriRH(HmsCALL B„bBlalr.ari*.r. Jn-nn andy Bandy .2.77$ • Naiwy Murphy... .W-iMl KkhardGuy.....*. ..2n-4it Kalhyjr RiVn GohHlMr J5a-37M 2-4f9 24-2>l9 3-32*1 ....Jt3-4i: orhood. Lg. Kit, huge matr. bath w-2 walk-in cloaeta & much more. A MUST SEE.PRICE REDUCED $119,500. SPECTACULAR VIEW OF LV VALLEY from thIa 1545 aq. ft country atyla homa in Sec. 27. Liv. Rm. w/full wall F.P., Barber carpet, graat kit & much more, i/3* acrea. $149,950. CONDOMINIUMS S TOWNHOMES ONE OF THE BEST VIEWS IN SO. NEVADA Upgraded townhouae—2 bdrm., 2 bath, 2 car garage. Excellent condition. $192,500. YOUR DREAM CAN COME TRUEII Super aharp, totally upgraded and a view of the lake and mta. too. Must see. Call today for an appointment 2 bdrm., 2 bath, 2 car gar., covered patio. MOBILE HOMES-IN PARKS 10x52 Marlotto, 1 bdrm, 1 bath, partially furnishod, central a/c $10,000. BOULDER CITY MHP—14x64,2 bedroom, 2 bath— atorago—mature troos A shruba. $21,750. Boulder City Trailer Parka 12'x61' Champion 1972, 2 bdrm., 1 bath, $15,000. GINGERWOOD-1978 Caacade 14'x6r with 10x14' added room, 2 bdrm., 2 bath, $23,000. M&M M.H.P. Lrg. cul-de-aac lot, 2 bdrm., 1-3/4 bath, lrg. kit, laundry rm., central ac/hoat $25,000. PRICE REDUCTION IN GINGERWOOD 14 x 60 with 10 x 24 added room and bath. Furnishod. Nksoly landacapad. $25,950. .f GINGERWOOD • 2 bdrm., 2 bath, 24x48,1978 Titan, atorago ahod, groat condition. $38,000. MODULAR HOMES WITH LAND VIEW OF LAKE MEAD -1440 aq. It, 2 bedroom, 2 bath home in Lk. Mtn. Eatates. Nicely Indacpd. yard, 12x24 wrkahp., fam. rm., aun rm. & more. HUGE PRICE REDUCTION, $129,900. Beautiful largo-1900 aq. ft PRESIDENTIAL MODE L mobile homo in LAKE MTN. EST. 2 bedrma.. 1 3/4 ba., 1 car gar. w/workshp. Great view Lake Mead. Super location. Aaking $198,000. LAKE MT. ESTATES. 1983 Silvercrat. Mobile Homo, 1152 aq. ft, 2 bdrm., 1-3/4 bath, plua large enc. porch, 1+ garage. All thia with great lake view. $145,000. COMMERCIAL RENTALS 2,500 sq. ft office apace AVAIL NOW $1,625. per mo. LAND CUSTOM HOMESITE IN PRESTIGIOUS LAKEVIEW ESTATESI .4 acrea, Cul do sac, EXCELLENT VIEWI ONLY $125,000. Marina Highland* price reductioni Great building lot with poasibllity of lake view depending on deaign home. $85,000. BELLA VISTAUnobatructed lake & mountain viewa. 3 building lots, aide by side. Buy one or all three. $290,000 each. Ownera will consider termal Call for detail*. .58 acre in B-Hill, cuatom home *ite cleared and ready to build. $128,000. _.^ ._ BEST PRICE-PRESTIGIOUS AREA. Lake MeadVlew Eetate* lot Over 1/4 acre, price includes approved houae plans. $98,500-loweat price in area. LAKE TERRACE corner building lot Recently reduced $10,000. Possible lake view depending on design of home. $114,900. RENTAL Boulder Hills Condo. 2 bdrm., 2 bath, wetbar, tat fir. No Pota. Avail, now. $675.00 per mo. Upgraded Key Largo Homo, 3 txlrm., 2 bath, 2 car ga r. Fam. rm. Greet viow of La ke Mead, $1200 pe r mo. • ALL NEW BAYVIEW CONDOMINIUM! Furnished, 2 l>drm. den, 2 bath. 2 car gar., overlooka Lake Mead. $1200 per month. NON SMOKERS. COMMERCIAL PROPERTY MOTEL 26 Units with living quarters. In excellent condition. Great Investment! Prime commercial property in Boulder City with office rental income. $700,000. Stop by and pick up your FREE CURRENT LIST OF PROPERTIES AVAILABLE FOR SALE TOLL FREE! 1-800-525-8S10 Ext. E41 SINCERITY AND INTEGRITY IS OUR SPECIALTY BEST LAKE VIEW BUY!* Fabuloui custom twill home (large comer lot with approx. 2990 sq. fl.) .1 bedrooms, larje family room with lxiil(-in oak shelves. RV, parking/fully landscaped, beautiful fire places in living room and mliP ler suite. Open Hoor plan, lott of custom tile, fabulous views from balcony, 2 car garage, (motivated). 239,900K B.C. •CUSTOM 1/2 ACRE!" .470 acres, 4 bdrm.. 2 bath, model perfect custom home. .I car, R.V./workshop. So much more. A real beauty! 219,900K. N.W. THE PERFECT BUY!' Fabulous airy floor plan. CTose your eyes, sit back and relax in this single story 4 bdtm., lush landscaped home w/pool in g private culdesac near the school. Has it all! ROCK BOTTOM, 280K for quick sale. B.C. •NOASSOC.FEE!* Live on the golf course. This is the perfect 2 story. A true beauty, lush and open natural and tranquil. 4 bdrm.. 4 baths, plus bonus room. .1 car gar., large lot, RV parking, so much more, .169,900K B.C. •GREAT START' .1 bdrm, 2 car. large comer lot 82x 110, new water heater, freshly painted. Reduced 135,00OK. for quick sale. •GOLFER'S PARADISE' Relat in your cool pebble deck pool with fountain. A true paradise, single story, 4 bdrm., large lot, beautiful view, great pool and lush landscapiKg, hardwood floors, great floor plan. So much more. Very very motivated! Bring offers .1.15K. B.C. '"B" HILL VAC LAND!' Build your perfect Dream Home on top of the world .650 acre lot comes with hotise pliSi worth $8,000.00. Make an offer lefs talk! REDUCED TO I62K. 1415 Pueblo. B.C. •OWN THE AMERICAN DREAM!' A great 4 bdrm., 2 bath, 2 car garage, 1259 sq. ft. 70x1.10 lot in B,C I.UOOOK. BLUE DIAMOND S ACRES' Fronts Pebble, great Mt. views, very private, great lot. Build your dreams! Make an offer! .'KX),O0OK. Best time to have your home on the market Spring is coming! Call me! ..# Sandra Deubler 271-3277 Qiritujy, \v lion Ni'iuiii k FREE LISTS! OF ALL AVAILABLE PROPERTIES PICK UP-MAIL-FAX FREE FULL COLOR BROCHURE OF BOULDER CITY HOMES The Boulder City Specialists! Serving All Southern Nevada 293-4663 1-800-228-8358 Fax (702) 293-4645 1664 Nevada Hwy. Boulder City, NV 89005 FORMER MODEL HOME ovwiooking Laki Mtad. 3 bdrms., 2-3/4 tM., 2 car garaga. Taatafiily dM:oratad. $265,000. HENDERSON Condo: SIngia lavtl unit In privata locaUon of community, 2 txj., 1 -3/4 tM., 1 car garaga $13,500. ORIGINAL OWNER 3 t>dmi., 2 l>a., I^lia Mtn. (Sanlor) Eatatat. Uka rtaw. Eaay-cara yard $125,000. SENSATIONAL VIEW, totally upgradad, 3 tidrm., 2-3/4 bM. "Watara Edga," mart>la ftoora, privata yard $329,900. OFFER PRESENTED, CALL FOR STATUS. ELEGANT CUSTOM In "Bella Vlata" 4 l>drm., 1 -3/4 tM., aaparata maatar, t>lg yard, 2000^ tf, aical. txiy $259,000. ONE-HALF ACRE IN "Laka Mtad Viaw Eat", la ready tor your cuatom draam homa. In Cul-d*-M, only $170,000. Four bdrm., 2 ba. horm N/2 car garaga In EAGLE CREST • Handaraon. Farwad rasr yd. w^nm. Excel, cortd. 1122,000. ONLY 5127,500 FOR SPYGLASS W/FANTASTK; Laka view. 2bdrm., 2-1/2 ba, extri storage, excellent condition. Will sell furnished if desired! BRAND NEW SINGLE TWO-LEVEL TOWNHOMES "VILLA FLORENCE". Models from 1700 sf to 2600 sf. Optn 10 a to 4 p, Mon., Thurs., FrI. ft Sat "Cuatom features" are standard!! BE YOUR OWN BOSS! WELL-ESTABUSHED AUTO PARTS BUSINESS NOW AVAILABLE FOR NEWOWNERSHIPI! Call (or deUiis. EIGHT LOTS OVERLOOKING LAKE MEAD. Graded for 2 or 3 level twmea. Access to Pool, Spa, Clubhouse, Tennia Court CUSTOM HOMELOTiN "Bells Viita." Views Lake A Mountains. Ready for construction. owe OAC. SEE TODAYI UKE NEW "Waters Edge" w/besutiful lake view, pool, wlilte-washed hardwood floors, barber carpet 3 bdrm., 2-3/4 ba., $295,000. TWO STORY "Dal Prado" 4 bdrm., 2-1/2 ba., pool, patk), newer carpets, tile entry, located on large tot In cul-de-eac $209,500. NEWLY REMODELED Avenuea honw with large llvtogrm. & famllyrm. Brick flraplace, inalde laundry, 3 bdrm.. 1-3/4 ba., fenced yard $145,000. HUGE RV PARKING W/SERVICES at this newer 3 bdrm., 2 ba. "Del Prado" single EXCEPTIONAL 4 bdrm., 1-3/4 b. horra tovel homa. OFFER PRESENTED, CALL with extra-large garage. Hardwood floors, FOR STATUS! celling fans, Ry pklng. Estabiiahed area. $175,000. HACIENDA, zoned (or horaes, altuated on 2^ • cree. Large 5 bdrm. plua pool Naar-GreaiT VERY AFFORDABLE! 1000 af ManufacVaNay A oultot mala.. S329,00a turad 3 bdrm., 1-3/4 ba. home w/overaiza garage RV pMng. Drywalled intertor. Only $65,000. MAGNIRCENT 2000 sf "Chalet lillodsl" in Att-adult "Lake Mtn. Estates". Perfect retirement area w/Lake view. $210,000. LOVELY "WATERS EDGE" 2 story w/pool. Minutes from Lake Mead. Neutral colors, 3 bdrm. > toft 2-3/4 ba., garage $288,950. TENANT OCCUPIED 2 bd., 2-1/2 ba. SPYGLASS condo! Excellent inveator opportunity 0 great price! 1660 s(. Good cond. $133,500. "BUCKINGHAM IMODEL" in Lake Mtn. Senior Community. 2 (large) bdrms. Jden. HIGHLY UPGRADED sf., 3 bdi floors, taAaANAIMMMftandlng Views $210,000. OFFER PRESENTED, CALL FOR STATUS. 2 car garage. RV pUng. Rreplace. View! KEY LARGO" 1650 $199,900. )dr(OX^ftMl7\ar garage, tile taAaraMKWHMliar PRICE REDUCED! FOR FASTSALE! Large (1953 sf) 3 bdrm., 2-1/2 ba. home near achools. Great buy $129,900. OFFER PRESENTED, CAU FOR STATUS. NEW, BUT COMPLETELY REMODELED very unique Street level COUNTRY HILLS In Hndan. 1 bd., 2 full be.. Community pool, spa, exercise rm., clubhouao, $81,500. OPEN Mon-Fri 9 am to 4 pm Sat10am-3pm Sun. d eves iayappointmt Aflw hours call: PalBmt*in 564-9769 ItaryBowd 283-7254 UrMttaDavto 2S3-1097 JwmMtr Qll 283-3463 SharryUrthwn 294-3165 Kay Klmbarlln (pagw) 477-4616 StuLowe 293-3041 Suaan Malton 293-0226 Dorothy Watarman 293-4797 i^ Ellen Lamb Strombarg, Broker 293-6S06 m REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE •= —'We Make Houae CrilaCALL m oa euK TooAT S6- I as "Mew and lleMles*'nxipetty Miimanefi|>> "ConunercM at Und S^es--Barin* — • S'lSaa Rral Brialt, Rm Zmm otth Kawa RMH.WATCM rea MIR NCW BoutADi HWY. LKATMN "HOWINa ALONG WITH HOWOISOtr nEM.TCRSSIno*ig78 PM. 566-8185 CXitaldeor newiditi>o.20t-2B7B Henderson Realty, Inc. "The Property People" 18 Water Street 564-2515 Call now for new home Information! Nivtf FI'H>r Plan^ bd., 1.75 ba.. Combo l:un./diii. rm. Huge Cul-IX'-Sac lol 'MxlOS R.V. parking & gale. Lg. open palio. HighiiuicJ Mills area. SiSlOM ()nlvXll4.9M>2 car g;ir., 2 bd., 2 bii., Ig. open llr. phui. Show.s like a model. I Ipgradcs Ihru-oul. (^u.slom cab. pjuilry, garden window, l-rcnch d(X)rs to Ig. parklike bckyrd. F/l' w/inirror & iniuilel. B:774I2 Buy of the MonthMobile & Liuid %%m). K(K:aied in CA.-NV.-AZ. 2 Ciir giir., 2 bd., 2 ba. A()x24. Dcm't mis.s thi.s one. A:.Syil6 Like New -3 or 4 bd., new paint in & oul, new Gupel, llr., mini blinds, landscaping, block walled, cov. pal. Only .S'J.^,6(K). P:8!S87 lngr(>und!'iM)l -()vir 12(X) sq. It. ol living area. Lg. liv. & din. iireas w/.5 ba. in gar. Lg. rewii, LiltJe price. Move in immediately'^ .; "^ M:7452.:. • • ;^-^ REAL ESTATE Priced to salL $275,000. Lake View Cuatom Home.2400SF.3bd.,21/2 ba.. must aeel 2941586. RE20867 For sale by owner, ktvely 3 bd. 2 ba. 2 car gar. Triple Crown home, 2 yrs., asking $114,000, nfce yd.. 558-7109/5645288. RE21234 HENDIbrUome Arbor Ridge 1 yr. old 2173 eq. tt. 3 car gar.. Extraa, Comer lot $146,500 bnmed. Oocup. 558-3220 GV PRIVATE PARTY 2600 sq. ft. home on cuki-sac 4 bd., 3 ba., pool spa, many upgraides $269,900 NO REALTORS Pis. can for details 896-7280 Thousands below appraised value. Seiier will pay 2 point toward closing cost. COMPLETELY REMODELED 3 bd.. 2 ba.. pool w/spa $179,500 firm 294-4150 t£) €QUAL EACH OFFICE IS H0OSI INDEPENDENTLY OWNED OPPOBTIWITY AND OPERATED. VEHICLES REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE Bret RuniQii a DESERT SUN REALTY BOULDER CITY BouMer Square Condo. Loweet k inVC $54,900 LakawtewLjoL Imal 6 ready to bvHd, only $MK SuottLStaSi. Uka New, 2 Bed. Condo, tN,900 Le Dolce Vite. Townhouse, Large PrWato Yerd Eatate Sde 2 Bed.. 2 Car Oar.. La Yd. $11.000 iiMUaHL NICE 3 Bed., Garage, RV Prkg., Lg. Lot Estate Srie 3 Bad^ Bath/2 Car Gar. Only $131,900 UI£11E] 3 Bed., 2 Bath. 1700 sq n. ONLY $147,900 1520 Dorothy, XL maater w/iapa. Pool $175,900 1/2 Acre, Lakeview Lot, Owner Finance $198K 1504 Merita. 2300 FL. Pool. Oseia Park $21SK 'BdfflLL 5 Bed., Baeement. m* Acre, $25g.SK 1415 Denver, Viewelll, 1.8 DivMiMe Acree ULIillAIE Lake View Home. TERMS $750K BRET RUNION, MRA CMS. GRI (S) 294-8482 or 293-2151 |1 ThePrudential (^ Jensen's Realty''"^ Thinking of Buying or Selling? The Rock is the answerl The Prudential Jensen's Realty Specializes in Residential-Commercial and Property Management ^^ We're here to serve you W Henderson 564-3333 iqUAL HOiniNC orpoeTUWTV VEHICLES VEHICLES MOBILE HOMES 2bd.,1ba., 12x50 home. 2 window ACs, lg. fenced yd., shed, needs little TLC, owner anxious, $9,000, 2 bd., 1 ba., 10x55 home, swamp cooler, newcarpet, paint, new ba.. under $8,000, call Ailstyle Realty, 6483111. lOlH22834 Advertise in the NEWS BOATS & RVs inBC double wid^0XB6 2 bd., 2 ba. immaculite appraised at $28,500. Call DAario. 294-8888. i^Hl701S Gingerwood Patk 1289 Palmwood BC 24x92 1979 Fuqua 8x36 end. porch, 2 bd., 2 ba., ceiling fans, storage shed, top cond., very clean $37,500. See anytime, 294-3103. MH22909 BOATS & RVs BOArs b. RV 19962011. ftahaOutlMV 5.7 Hr. with EMleTraler, IHwnewftNILVWEDIO HR6.), BMt offer 8067280.BR22910 Used outboard motors. 3 HP-2S HP • • parts. 198S 150 HP Merc. pwr. head. 16'Sm)thcrn&irFour Winns VO. caH Rae Mama. 293-7272. BR22434 TRAILERS RENT OR SALE Pmik Mo dele good for 1 or 2 people Rents start $37S^p Sales start $1500/up Ask for Donna/Mario 294-8888 Amazing Ftnanclil SMUrity for Ufa Success Tastimonials 293-4520 Use the NEWS BOAT, RV & SELF STORAGE 704 Canyon Rd. Boulder City, NV 294-5025 Fully enclosed/each unit has ah alarm VEHICLES VEHICLES ~ I FOR ALL YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDS... Call Henderson's #1 Real Estate Team BRENDA BIRD GRI, CRS Lifetime Henderson Resident 564-1127 '* WENDY WILLIAI^S 378-1689 vcr$fee,f)0O;KHn 5alcs — 27 years combined Real Estate experience! "The DYNAMIC DUO Sells Homesi" >*nerlcana flJ2^^ Gfoup. iA, ir>.9ITW riVriiil^^>7^• Americ OrW^.F^AlTOB onateBecoer Delia's Besf Buys DESPERATE • 3 txJrm 1330 sq. ft. 2 car garage w/ workshop • slab poured entire length of property lor RV/Boat fully fenced just minutes from lake walk to schools/ shopping' seller w/pay all costs for buyer' 3500.00 approx dn w/under 725 mo LEASE OPTION -4 bdrm.' 1655 so ft built in 1980s' close to It all • huge country kitchen fenced $960 mo." 2500.00 dn. I.AND • Sets on corner ol Basic S Tin' all utilities' downtown Henderson across from City Hall & Library bnng all offers owner w/carry. HELP HELP HELP 3 bdrm. • 2 car garage' remodeled top to bottom • RV/Boat parking landscaped owner's bought another house Bring all offers OWNER EATING PAYMENTS Pnced to sell af $89,000 3 tidrm 2 car garage minutes from Lake won't last call today' GORGEOUS CUSTOM Distressed Sale what a deal • 4 txjrm '3 63 • 3 car garage • tile roof 1 yr old landscaped 1/2 acre bk>ck wall' fireplace pool/spa (gated) overtooks it all • Only $379,900 /'// pay tor the appraisal/^iome warranty, wtien you select me as your Realtor & Buy or Sell a tiouse or land ttiru me. Put an energetic, personable. muUi-rruHion dollar, gogetter producer to work tor you today. My inventory is running low call me i I'll sell yours too. Call Delia at 565-3852 Want REAL ESTATE FACTS Call LARRY SHAFFER at RE/MAX ESgle'e View SCfi-CTOO BOULDER CITY PIcluTM^u*. on gofl coura*. 1 btd. 291* SF. RV prkg... t2M.*M HENDERSON HOMES Bfm thm\ nnr 1 bwt 1 K SF. Ip I111t ComiAMMY rmo OF BRAND NEW 1996 HYUNDAI ELANTRA WAGONS AND SONATA 4 DOORS FROM THE WESTERN REGION. HERE IS YOUR CHANCE TO SAVE REALLY "BIG" MONEY DOWN (OAC) (NOT A LEASE) (NOT A LEASE) Each offke Is independently owned and operated When you r thinking ot txjymg of MNing a twrna. you'l WWK tho irarwactkKi to procood iwilly and •WctonHy. TM't why you ihouM loo* tor • roal Miato protaookmal •*< •pacW iHpwttoa w Wing. M*ng, imw otin til and taiao. Somoona iiMh a prtwan rooord o( •ipwiano*. Stwnmiim you can tnio*. TM Mmaano a Cvlitad natKMniM 8(1 IL Mil (CHS), your bati ctwica in laal aolala. Call Dave Berard RE/MAX Eagle's View Brokar/G.R.L CRS Whan You Want ThIa (702) 566-6700 WE ARE THE ONLY HYUNDAI DEALER IN THE NATION THAT GIVES YOU "ABSOLUTELY FREE" A 2 YEAR/24,000 MILE • "FREE" MAINTENANCE POLICY YOU ONLY BUY THE GAS! WE HAVE OVER 400 NEW HYUNDAI'S AVAILABLE ACCENT ELANTRA SONATA TIBURON READY FOR YOU! BEFORE YOU BUY ANY USED CAR YOU MUST SEE THESE BEAUTIES! BEN STEPMAN HYUNDAI 460 No. BOULDER HIGHWAY 565-1500 IN HENDERSON OF COURSE!

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LEVEL w/lake view, 3 bd., 3 ba., fam. rm. w/blt.-in stereo, TV, aquarium, wetbar & more. $262,500. REMODELED THRU-OUTt 3 bd., 2 ba., detached 2 c. garage. 1B35 s.f. newkitchenw/oak cabinets. $159,900. BOULDER GREEN 4 bd., 2-1/2 ba., 2 c. garage, new carpet, fresh paint inside, mature landscaping. $157,500. SECTION 27 Henderson-custom 2081 s.f., 4 bd., country kitchen w/ nook, RV parking & cleanout station & more. $159,900. CUSTOM Lake view, 3008 s.f. one level, oversize garageJile roof, many extras. $385,000. ^ THREE BDRM. home used as two units. Good rental history. $122,900. SIX BDRM. on 1.92 acre, city, mtn. & valley views! Basement w/3 bdrms. & fam. rm. Reduced! $295,000. LAKE VIEW! 3 bd., 2.5 be., 2 c. garage, fam. rm., 2 f/p, covered patios, all appliances, pool, spa. $346,000. MANUFACTURED HOMES LAKE VIEW from rear patio & kitchen 2 bd., 2 be., 2 car carport, open fir. plan. $135,900. MAGNIFICENT LAKE VIEW 2305 s.f., 2 bd., 1 c. garage, living rm. w/ fireplace, spacious mst. bdrm. $159,000. REDUCED a owe with $15,000 dwn., 20 yrs. Two bd., 2 ba., covered parking, storage. $124,500. CORNER LOT, oversized 2 c. garage, RV parking, 2 bd., desert landscaping, ready for move-in. $145,000. LAKE VIEW corner lot, near pool & clubhouse, 2 c. garage, 1152 s.f., 2 bdrm. $149,900. LAKE VIEW 2 car garage, 2 bd., wrap around deck w/low voltage lighting, TILED ROOF, and k)ta more. $157,500. SUPER NICE 2 bd., 2 ba., 2 car garage plus workshop, redwood deck off master bd. in rear. Reduced to $169,995. TWO BDRM., DEN w/skylight, 2 car carport, 1618 s.f. $162,500. TWO PATK>S with this lovely, 2 bdrm., completely furnished. Covered parking and lake view tool REDUCED $131,500. MOBILE HOMES IN PARKS GINGERWOOD -12x65 with 8 x 10 expando-approx. total 1100 s.f. 10x10 atorage, 2 o. cerport, celling fans, completely furnished. $37,500. COMMERCIAL B.C. GAS STATK3N corner tot, hwy. frontage, bIdg. & business. Mechanic on duty. $395,000. CONDOS/TOWNHOUSES REGATTA POINTE corner k>t, lake view, upgraded t/o, wateriall in • trium, home was a model. Reduced! $214,900. SPANISH STEPS 3 bd., 3 ba., fireplace w/gas k>g, neutral cotors, vertkrals t/o, lots of upgrades, 1542 a.f. $132,500. BOULDER LANDING CONDO 3000 s.f., 3 car garage w/separate workahop, unobstructed view of lake & more. Now $335,000. FREE! LIST OF ALL HOMES FOR SALE IN B.C. [0^121 O1M0 CoMnwl BanlMi Rradcniial RMI Eaiai. An EQIMI Oppotluruly Con^Mny Equal Houwig OpportunKy Som* Oflicm lndpnd*ntlv Owntd mt Operatwl RE/MAX Sunaet RMUJ 27(Ht E. SuHMl R,l.. fhiile DJid home (702) AnS-flTni nfTtrr (7t)) TSO-ISSS Vfho knows Hndmtm like Smith & Smith? Pilmranym Bniuty lai WI4P 75il(lll ^. .._..... eamrr lot w/2 way nrrpianti tl Itt.WNI *S01RM|. ft. 4 hdrm...'< ha 1 yr. ftrw Palm ranynn Oiram PofT cm drrp 7()i IWIoC Toiaaf a|ra>*ay BmtaMlin UM wMa kaatet tnS.lNH aad ap Ana ReMemta Sincr 1989! ('nm mrrrial/Kr*Urn titil fists^ Corby it Denyae tfrmiirmnm 'n ffi REAL ESTATE Own Your Own Home Now! No down paymant on MHet materials. Innovative construction financing. Call Miles Homes, today, 1-800343-2884, ext. L ftEl4066 H^Nbei^tSbN Arbor Ridge, 3 bd., 2 ba., 3 c garage, circle drive, covered boat parking, stucco wals, wrought iron gates, tile roof & lots of extras. OWNER LICENSEE-call Katie 293S757 for info. $169,000. 4bd.. 1700 SF, fam m. w/frpl.. 418 West Atlantic. HD. Assumable, $86,000. 564-6875. RE22378 GOVERNMENT FORECLOSED HOMES, pennies on the $1. Repo's, VA. HUD. Sheritt sales. No money down government loans available now. Local listing^directory. Toil frSe 1-800-6692292 Ext. H-4000. RE22856 CANT AFFORD THE HOME YOU NEED? Own a home now. without the downpayment most banks require. Complete pernrwnent financing if qualilied. DeGeorge Home Alliance. 1-800-343-2884. RE22871 REAI ESTATE 1300 af home, near uptown, good income prop, caah or owe $114,800, 293-1471 eves. RE22621 Owner will finance gorB aous 4 bd., 3 ba., view ome, awirnmtng pool/ 3E>a, RV park, $15,000 own. 293-1582. RE22816 REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE Barbara Storey ^ Pager 390-3280 l Ahmy Smiling Henderwon Century 21JR Realty I QuaMy Santoa Amid OfNoa, iaa-aS 101 E. Horlion Dr.. SuHa A Handtfaon, Navada S901S < • w BChoeieen Ig., weNlandaeapedprop.forseleby owner, $2OS,00a This 2100 sq. fL, 4 bd. 2-1/2 ba. homo contains oocurod boal/RV pkg. A pool, ramodolod kitchen, gao Irpl., Ig. fam. rm. ft plenty ol beautiful garden aroao. Can be eoon at: M Paloma Or. CaH for appt, 28-2S4. *•* DICK BLAIR REALTY 833 NEVADA HWY., BOULDER CnY (702) 293-2171 () RD Townhouse, by owner. 3bd.,2ba. 1250 SF. end unit, community pool/spa. cov. patio & parking. $79,500. call 433-8587. RE22318 New construction, by owner, from $150,000$170.000.3bd.,2ba. in BC. split wina 658-6195/ 293-0608. RE22703 By owner. HD 4 bd.. 2 ba., 1336 SF, 10 mi. from BC. 60x100 lot. beautiful landscape yd., auto sprinkler & malibu lighting, $116,500. gr. neighborhood, call 565-9022 NO REALTORS PLS. RE22562 By owner. Golf Course home, one of the largest lots on the golf course, 152 ft., Lewis Agusta model,3190SF,4bd..41/2 ba.. 18x36 pool w/ 5x8 spa. 30x70 sports court, RV park, many extras, incl. curtains, blinds & all appl., valued over $400,000, asking $359,000, NO QUALIFYING, ASSUMABLE, 293-3384. Rt22608 Pally Gaffty-SpcM'.. Aadrca Aadaranik.. lUMHMU MVVflfc • • • • I nitriiMayaiiiaa.Trr: AaaGaWaal. .2n-a7S ArriRH(HmsCALL B„bBlalr.ari*.r. Jn-nn andy Bandy .2.77$ • Naiwy Murphy... .W-iMl KkhardGuy.....*. ..2n-4it Kalhyjr RiVn GohHlMr J5a-37M 2-4f9 24-2>l9 3-32*1 ....Jt3-4i: orhood. Lg. Kit, huge matr. bath w-2 walk-in cloaeta & much more. A MUST SEE.PRICE REDUCED $119,500. SPECTACULAR VIEW OF LV VALLEY from thIa 1545 aq. ft country atyla homa in Sec. 27. Liv. Rm. w/full wall F.P., Barber carpet, graat kit & much more, i/3* acrea. $149,950. CONDOMINIUMS S TOWNHOMES ONE OF THE BEST VIEWS IN SO. NEVADA Upgraded townhouae—2 bdrm., 2 bath, 2 car garage. Excellent condition. $192,500. YOUR DREAM CAN COME TRUEII Super aharp, totally upgraded and a view of the lake and mta. too. Must see. Call today for an appointment 2 bdrm., 2 bath, 2 car gar., covered patio. MOBILE HOMES-IN PARKS 10x52 Marlotto, 1 bdrm, 1 bath, partially furnishod, central a/c $10,000. BOULDER CITY MHP—14x64,2 bedroom, 2 bath— atorago—mature troos A shruba. $21,750. Boulder City Trailer Parka 12'x61' Champion 1972, 2 bdrm., 1 bath, $15,000. GINGERWOOD-1978 Caacade 14'x6r with 10x14' added room, 2 bdrm., 2 bath, $23,000. M&M M.H.P. Lrg. cul-de-aac lot, 2 bdrm., 1-3/4 bath, lrg. kit, laundry rm., central ac/hoat $25,000. PRICE REDUCTION IN GINGERWOOD 14 x 60 with 10 x 24 added room and bath. Furnishod. Nksoly landacapad. $25,950. .f GINGERWOOD • 2 bdrm., 2 bath, 24x48,1978 Titan, atorago ahod, groat condition. $38,000. MODULAR HOMES WITH LAND VIEW OF LAKE MEAD -1440 aq. It, 2 bedroom, 2 bath home in Lk. Mtn. Eatates. Nicely Indacpd. yard, 12x24 wrkahp., fam. rm., aun rm. & more. HUGE PRICE REDUCTION, $129,900. Beautiful largo-1900 aq. ft PRESIDENTIAL MODE L mobile homo in LAKE MTN. EST. 2 bedrma.. 1 3/4 ba., 1 car gar. w/workshp. Great view Lake Mead. Super location. Aaking $198,000. LAKE MT. ESTATES. 1983 Silvercrat. Mobile Homo, 1152 aq. ft, 2 bdrm., 1-3/4 bath, plua large enc. porch, 1+ garage. All thia with great lake view. $145,000. COMMERCIAL RENTALS 2,500 sq. ft office apace AVAIL NOW $1,625. per mo. LAND CUSTOM HOMESITE IN PRESTIGIOUS LAKEVIEW ESTATESI .4 acrea, Cul do sac, EXCELLENT VIEWI ONLY $125,000. Marina Highland* price reductioni Great building lot with poasibllity of lake view depending on deaign home. $85,000. BELLA VISTAUnobatructed lake & mountain viewa. 3 building lots, aide by side. Buy one or all three. $290,000 each. Ownera will consider termal Call for detail*. .58 acre in B-Hill, cuatom home *ite cleared and ready to build. $128,000. _.^ ._ BEST PRICE-PRESTIGIOUS AREA. Lake MeadVlew Eetate* lot Over 1/4 acre, price includes approved houae plans. $98,500-loweat price in area. LAKE TERRACE corner building lot Recently reduced $10,000. Possible lake view depending on design of home. $114,900. RENTAL Boulder Hills Condo. 2 bdrm., 2 bath, wetbar, tat fir. No Pota. Avail, now. $675.00 per mo. Upgraded Key Largo Homo, 3 txlrm., 2 bath, 2 car ga r. Fam. rm. Greet viow of La ke Mead, $1200 pe r mo. • ALL NEW BAYVIEW CONDOMINIUM! Furnished, 2 l>drm. den, 2 bath. 2 car gar., overlooka Lake Mead. $1200 per month. NON SMOKERS. COMMERCIAL PROPERTY MOTEL 26 Units with living quarters. In excellent condition. Great Investment! Prime commercial property in Boulder City with office rental income. $700,000. Stop by and pick up your FREE CURRENT LIST OF PROPERTIES AVAILABLE FOR SALE TOLL FREE! 1-800-525-8S10 Ext. E41 SINCERITY AND INTEGRITY IS OUR SPECIALTY BEST LAKE VIEW BUY!* Fabuloui custom twill home (large comer lot with approx. 2990 sq. fl.) .1 bedrooms, larje family room with lxiil(-in oak shelves. RV, parking/fully landscaped, beautiful fire places in living room and mliP ler suite. Open Hoor plan, lott of custom tile, fabulous views from balcony, 2 car garage, (motivated). 239,900K B.C. •CUSTOM 1/2 ACRE!" .470 acres, 4 bdrm.. 2 bath, model perfect custom home. .I car, R.V./workshop. So much more. A real beauty! 219,900K. N.W. THE PERFECT BUY!' Fabulous airy floor plan. CTose your eyes, sit back and relax in this single story 4 bdtm., lush landscaped home w/pool in g private culdesac near the school. Has it all! ROCK BOTTOM, 280K for quick sale. B.C. •NOASSOC.FEE!* Live on the golf course. This is the perfect 2 story. A true beauty, lush and open natural and tranquil. 4 bdrm.. 4 baths, plus bonus room. .1 car gar., large lot, RV parking, so much more, .169,900K B.C. •GREAT START' .1 bdrm, 2 car. large comer lot 82x 110, new water heater, freshly painted. Reduced 135,00OK. for quick sale. •GOLFER'S PARADISE' Relat in your cool pebble deck pool with fountain. A true paradise, single story, 4 bdrm., large lot, beautiful view, great pool and lush landscapiKg, hardwood floors, great floor plan. So much more. Very very motivated! Bring offers .1.15K. B.C. '"B" HILL VAC LAND!' Build your perfect Dream Home on top of the world .650 acre lot comes with hotise pliSi worth $8,000.00. Make an offer lefs talk! REDUCED TO I62K. 1415 Pueblo. B.C. •OWN THE AMERICAN DREAM!' A great 4 bdrm., 2 bath, 2 car garage, 1259 sq. ft. 70x1.10 lot in B,C I.UOOOK. BLUE DIAMOND S ACRES' Fronts Pebble, great Mt. views, very private, great lot. Build your dreams! Make an offer! .'KX),O0OK. Best time to have your home on the market Spring is coming! Call me! ..# Sandra Deubler 271-3277 Qiritujy, \v lion Ni'iuiii k FREE LISTS! OF ALL AVAILABLE PROPERTIES PICK UP-MAIL-FAX FREE FULL COLOR BROCHURE OF BOULDER CITY HOMES The Boulder City Specialists! Serving All Southern Nevada 293-4663 1-800-228-8358 Fax (702) 293-4645 1664 Nevada Hwy. Boulder City, NV 89005 FORMER MODEL HOME ovwiooking Laki Mtad. 3 bdrms., 2-3/4 tM., 2 car garaga. Taatafiily dM:oratad. $265,000. HENDERSON Condo: SIngia lavtl unit In privata locaUon of community, 2 txj., 1 -3/4 tM., 1 car garaga $13,500. ORIGINAL OWNER 3 t>dmi., 2 l>a., I^lia Mtn. (Sanlor) Eatatat. Uka rtaw. Eaay-cara yard $125,000. SENSATIONAL VIEW, totally upgradad, 3 tidrm., 2-3/4 bM. "Watara Edga," mart>la ftoora, privata yard $329,900. OFFER PRESENTED, CALL FOR STATUS. ELEGANT CUSTOM In "Bella Vlata" 4 l>drm., 1 -3/4 tM., aaparata maatar, t>lg yard, 2000^ tf, aical. txiy $259,000. ONE-HALF ACRE IN "Laka Mtad Viaw Eat", la ready tor your cuatom draam homa. In Cul-d*-M, only $170,000. Four bdrm., 2 ba. horm N/2 car garaga In EAGLE CREST • Handaraon. Farwad rasr yd. w^nm. Excel, cortd. 1122,000. ONLY 5127,500 FOR SPYGLASS W/FANTASTK; Laka view. 2bdrm., 2-1/2 ba, extri storage, excellent condition. Will sell furnished if desired! BRAND NEW SINGLE TWO-LEVEL TOWNHOMES "VILLA FLORENCE". Models from 1700 sf to 2600 sf. Optn 10 a to 4 p, Mon., Thurs., FrI. ft Sat "Cuatom features" are standard!! BE YOUR OWN BOSS! WELL-ESTABUSHED AUTO PARTS BUSINESS NOW AVAILABLE FOR NEWOWNERSHIPI! Call (or deUiis. EIGHT LOTS OVERLOOKING LAKE MEAD. Graded for 2 or 3 level twmea. Access to Pool, Spa, Clubhouse, Tennia Court CUSTOM HOMELOTiN "Bells Viita." Views Lake A Mountains. Ready for construction. owe OAC. SEE TODAYI UKE NEW "Waters Edge" w/besutiful lake view, pool, wlilte-washed hardwood floors, barber carpet 3 bdrm., 2-3/4 ba., $295,000. TWO STORY "Dal Prado" 4 bdrm., 2-1/2 ba., pool, patk), newer carpets, tile entry, located on large tot In cul-de-eac $209,500. NEWLY REMODELED Avenuea honw with large llvtogrm. & famllyrm. Brick flraplace, inalde laundry, 3 bdrm.. 1-3/4 ba., fenced yard $145,000. HUGE RV PARKING W/SERVICES at this newer 3 bdrm., 2 ba. "Del Prado" single EXCEPTIONAL 4 bdrm., 1-3/4 b. horra tovel homa. OFFER PRESENTED, CALL with extra-large garage. Hardwood floors, FOR STATUS! celling fans, Ry pklng. Estabiiahed area. $175,000. HACIENDA, zoned (or horaes, altuated on 2^ • cree. Large 5 bdrm. plua pool Naar-GreaiT VERY AFFORDABLE! 1000 af ManufacVaNay A oultot mala.. S329,00a turad 3 bdrm., 1-3/4 ba. home w/overaiza garage RV pMng. Drywalled intertor. Only $65,000. MAGNIRCENT 2000 sf "Chalet lillodsl" in Att-adult "Lake Mtn. Estates". Perfect retirement area w/Lake view. $210,000. LOVELY "WATERS EDGE" 2 story w/pool. Minutes from Lake Mead. Neutral colors, 3 bdrm. > toft 2-3/4 ba., garage $288,950. TENANT OCCUPIED 2 bd., 2-1/2 ba. SPYGLASS condo! Excellent inveator opportunity 0 great price! 1660 s(. Good cond. $133,500. "BUCKINGHAM IMODEL" in Lake Mtn. Senior Community. 2 (large) bdrms. Jden. HIGHLY UPGRADED sf., 3 bdi floors, taAaANAIMMMftandlng Views $210,000. OFFER PRESENTED, CALL FOR STATUS. 2 car garage. RV pUng. Rreplace. View! KEY LARGO" 1650 $199,900. )dr(OX^ftMl7\ar garage, tile taAaraMKWHMliar PRICE REDUCED! FOR FASTSALE! Large (1953 sf) 3 bdrm., 2-1/2 ba. home near achools. Great buy $129,900. OFFER PRESENTED, CAU FOR STATUS. NEW, BUT COMPLETELY REMODELED very unique Street level COUNTRY HILLS In Hndan. 1 bd., 2 full be.. Community pool, spa, exercise rm., clubhouao, $81,500. OPEN Mon-Fri 9 am to 4 pm Sat10am-3pm Sun. d eves iayappointmt Aflw hours call: PalBmt*in 564-9769 ItaryBowd 283-7254 UrMttaDavto 2S3-1097 JwmMtr Qll 283-3463 SharryUrthwn 294-3165 Kay Klmbarlln (pagw) 477-4616 StuLowe 293-3041 Suaan Malton 293-0226 Dorothy Watarman 293-4797 i^ Ellen Lamb Strombarg, Broker 293-6S06 m REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE •= —'We Make Houae CrilaCALL m oa euK TooAT S6- I as "Mew and lleMles*'nxipetty Miimanefi|>> "ConunercM at Und S^es--Barin* — • S'lSaa Rral Brialt, Rm Zmm otth Kawa RMH.WATCM rea MIR NCW BoutADi HWY. LKATMN "HOWINa ALONG WITH HOWOISOtr nEM.TCRSSIno*ig78 PM. 566-8185 CXitaldeor newiditi>o.20t-2B7B Henderson Realty, Inc. "The Property People" 18 Water Street 564-2515 Call now for new home Information! Nivtf FI'H>r Plan^ bd., 1.75 ba.. Combo l:un./diii. rm. Huge Cul-IX'-Sac lol 'MxlOS R.V. parking & gale. Lg. open palio. HighiiuicJ Mills area. SiSlOM ()nlvXll4.9M>2 car g;ir., 2 bd., 2 bii., Ig. open llr. phui. Show.s like a model. I Ipgradcs Ihru-oul. (^u.slom cab. pjuilry, garden window, l-rcnch d(X)rs to Ig. parklike bckyrd. F/l' w/inirror & iniuilel. B:774I2 Buy of the MonthMobile & Liuid %%m). K(K:aied in CA.-NV.-AZ. 2 Ciir giir., 2 bd., 2 ba. A()x24. Dcm't mis.s thi.s one. A:.Syil6 Like New -3 or 4 bd., new paint in & oul, new Gupel, llr., mini blinds, landscaping, block walled, cov. pal. Only .S'J.^,6(K). P:8!S87 lngr(>und!'iM)l -()vir 12(X) sq. It. ol living area. Lg. liv. & din. iireas w/.5 ba. in gar. Lg. rewii, LiltJe price. Move in immediately'^ .; "^ M:7452.:. • • ;^-^ REAL ESTATE Priced to salL $275,000. Lake View Cuatom Home.2400SF.3bd.,21/2 ba.. must aeel 2941586. RE20867 For sale by owner, ktvely 3 bd. 2 ba. 2 car gar. Triple Crown home, 2 yrs., asking $114,000, nfce yd.. 558-7109/5645288. RE21234 HENDIbrUome Arbor Ridge 1 yr. old 2173 eq. tt. 3 car gar.. Extraa, Comer lot $146,500 bnmed. Oocup. 558-3220 GV PRIVATE PARTY 2600 sq. ft. home on cuki-sac 4 bd., 3 ba., pool spa, many upgraides $269,900 NO REALTORS Pis. can for details 896-7280 Thousands below appraised value. Seiier will pay 2 point toward closing cost. COMPLETELY REMODELED 3 bd.. 2 ba.. pool w/spa $179,500 firm 294-4150 t£) €QUAL EACH OFFICE IS H0OSI INDEPENDENTLY OWNED OPPOBTIWITY AND OPERATED. VEHICLES REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE Bret RuniQii a DESERT SUN REALTY BOULDER CITY BouMer Square Condo. Loweet k inVC $54,900 LakawtewLjoL Imal 6 ready to bvHd, only $MK SuottLStaSi. Uka New, 2 Bed. Condo, tN,900 Le Dolce Vite. Townhouse, Large PrWato Yerd Eatate Sde 2 Bed.. 2 Car Oar.. La Yd. $11.000 iiMUaHL NICE 3 Bed., Garage, RV Prkg., Lg. Lot Estate Srie 3 Bad^ Bath/2 Car Gar. Only $131,900 UI£11E] 3 Bed., 2 Bath. 1700 sq n. ONLY $147,900 1520 Dorothy, XL maater w/iapa. Pool $175,900 1/2 Acre, Lakeview Lot, Owner Finance $198K 1504 Merita. 2300 FL. Pool. Oseia Park $21SK 'BdfflLL 5 Bed., Baeement. m* Acre, $25g.SK 1415 Denver, Viewelll, 1.8 DivMiMe Acree ULIillAIE Lake View Home. TERMS $750K BRET RUNION, MRA CMS. GRI (S) 294-8482 or 293-2151 |1 ThePrudential (^ Jensen's Realty''"^ Thinking of Buying or Selling? The Rock is the answerl The Prudential Jensen's Realty Specializes in Residential-Commercial and Property Management ^^ We're here to serve you W Henderson 564-3333 iqUAL HOiniNC orpoeTUWTV VEHICLES VEHICLES MOBILE HOMES 2bd.,1ba., 12x50 home. 2 window ACs, lg. fenced yd., shed, needs little TLC, owner anxious, $9,000, 2 bd., 1 ba., 10x55 home, swamp cooler, newcarpet, paint, new ba.. under $8,000, call Ailstyle Realty, 6483111. lOlH22834 Advertise in the NEWS BOATS & RVs inBC double wid^0XB6 2 bd., 2 ba. immaculite appraised at $28,500. Call DAario. 294-8888. i^Hl701S Gingerwood Patk 1289 Palmwood BC 24x92 1979 Fuqua 8x36 end. porch, 2 bd., 2 ba., ceiling fans, storage shed, top cond., very clean $37,500. See anytime, 294-3103. MH22909 BOATS & RVs BOArs b. RV 19962011. ftahaOutlMV 5.7 Hr. with EMleTraler, IHwnewftNILVWEDIO HR6.), BMt offer 8067280.BR22910 Used outboard motors. 3 HP-2S HP • • parts. 198S 150 HP Merc. pwr. head. 16'Sm)thcrn&irFour Winns VO. caH Rae Mama. 293-7272. BR22434 TRAILERS RENT OR SALE Pmik Mo dele good for 1 or 2 people Rents start $37S^p Sales start $1500/up Ask for Donna/Mario 294-8888 Amazing Ftnanclil SMUrity for Ufa Success Tastimonials 293-4520 Use the NEWS BOAT, RV & SELF STORAGE 704 Canyon Rd. Boulder City, NV 294-5025 Fully enclosed/each unit has ah alarm VEHICLES VEHICLES ~ I FOR ALL YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDS... Call Henderson's #1 Real Estate Team BRENDA BIRD GRI, CRS Lifetime Henderson Resident 564-1127 '* WENDY WILLIAI^S 378-1689 vcr$fee,f)0O;KHn 5alcs — 27 years combined Real Estate experience! "The DYNAMIC DUO Sells Homesi" >*nerlcana flJ2^^ Gfoup. iA, ir>.9ITW riVriiil^^>7^• Americ OrW^.F^AlTOB onateBecoer Delia's Besf Buys DESPERATE • 3 txJrm 1330 sq. ft. 2 car garage w/ workshop • slab poured entire length of property lor RV/Boat fully fenced just minutes from lake walk to schools/ shopping' seller w/pay all costs for buyer' 3500.00 approx dn w/under 725 mo LEASE OPTION -4 bdrm.' 1655 so ft built in 1980s' close to It all • huge country kitchen fenced $960 mo." 2500.00 dn. I.AND • Sets on corner ol Basic S Tin' all utilities' downtown Henderson across from City Hall & Library bnng all offers owner w/carry. HELP HELP HELP 3 bdrm. • 2 car garage' remodeled top to bottom • RV/Boat parking landscaped owner's bought another house Bring all offers OWNER EATING PAYMENTS Pnced to sell af $89,000 3 tidrm 2 car garage minutes from Lake won't last call today' GORGEOUS CUSTOM Distressed Sale what a deal • 4 txjrm '3 63 • 3 car garage • tile roof 1 yr old landscaped 1/2 acre bk>ck wall' fireplace pool/spa (gated) overtooks it all • Only $379,900 /'// pay tor the appraisal/^iome warranty, wtien you select me as your Realtor & Buy or Sell a tiouse or land ttiru me. Put an energetic, personable. muUi-rruHion dollar, gogetter producer to work tor you today. My inventory is running low call me i I'll sell yours too. Call Delia at 565-3852 Want REAL ESTATE FACTS Call LARRY SHAFFER at RE/MAX ESgle'e View SCfi-CTOO BOULDER CITY PIcluTM^u*. on gofl coura*. 1 btd. 291* SF. RV prkg... t2M.*M HENDERSON HOMES Bfm thm\ nnr 1 bwt 1 K SF. Ip I111t ComiAMMY rmo OF BRAND NEW 1996 HYUNDAI ELANTRA WAGONS AND SONATA 4 DOORS FROM THE WESTERN REGION. HERE IS YOUR CHANCE TO SAVE REALLY "BIG" MONEY DOWN (OAC) (NOT A LEASE) (NOT A LEASE) Each offke Is independently owned and operated When you r thinking ot txjymg of MNing a twrna. you'l WWK tho irarwactkKi to procood iwilly and •WctonHy. TM't why you ihouM loo* tor • roal Miato protaookmal •*< •pacW iHpwttoa w Wing. M*ng, imw otin til and taiao. Somoona iiMh a prtwan rooord o( •ipwiano*. Stwnmiim you can tnio*. TM Mmaano a Cvlitad natKMniM 8(1 IL Mil (CHS), your bati ctwica in laal aolala. Call Dave Berard RE/MAX Eagle's View Brokar/G.R.L CRS Whan You Want ThIa (702) 566-6700 WE ARE THE ONLY HYUNDAI DEALER IN THE NATION THAT GIVES YOU "ABSOLUTELY FREE" A 2 YEAR/24,000 MILE • "FREE" MAINTENANCE POLICY YOU ONLY BUY THE GAS! WE HAVE OVER 400 NEW HYUNDAI'S AVAILABLE ACCENT ELANTRA SONATA TIBURON READY FOR YOU! BEFORE YOU BUY ANY USED CAR YOU MUST SEE THESE BEAUTIES! BEN STEPMAN HYUNDAI 460 No. BOULDER HIGHWAY 565-1500 IN HENDERSON OF COURSE!

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Pa014 Hwidanon Horn* Nwt Tuesdey, January 28,1997 V 1996 BUICK rn^^ JUI Ijoailailt n ) AS LOW AS: • • • • MLI GET YOUR TICKETS TODAY! ^ 1988 FORD SAraBBAY, • • r TICKETS AVAIUBIE AT Ml 3 DESERT 1993 JEEP Air, Power Steering, 53K Miles, Wheels, Nice Condition! (Stk.UP1714A) 1992ISUZU • 1^1 I 5 Speed, 4 Dr., Power Steering,^ Air, Wheels & More! (Stk.#UP1622A) 1990 NISSAN \-^ I 4x4, Limited, 4Dr! (Stk.#up1651) -i-1 1994 CHEVY EXT. (AB 4X4 L Pickup, Loaded, 30K Miles! (Stk.#UP1667) -if "X • tit 1995 GMC i V-6 Engine, 5 Spaed, Power Windows & Locks, Tin, Cruise, CO, T-Tops, 24K Miles, Perfect Car, One Of A Kind! (Stk.71027A) EXT. (AB 4X4 KffiisadA-Ui 1994 CHEVY mmm Pickup, Loaded! (Stk.#UP1644) 2WD, Auto, 3 To Choose! (Stk.#UP1672, UP1674, UP1702) 1995 CHEVY I 4 Dr., Loaded! (Stk.#UP1698) 1992 CHEVY 1994 CHEVY UBURBAN 4X4^ 2WD, Fully Loaded! |(Stk.#UP1649) 350,1/2 Ton, Air, Loaded, Low Miles! (Stk.#UP1670) 1994 FORD :F'M^> ^\ 1996 CHEVY EXPlORER4X4^T-r-i 4 Dr., Loaded! (Stk.#UP1701) lil Tl 454, 3/4 Ton, Air, Loaded! (Stk.UP1669) WE ARE THE ONLY DEALERSHIP IN NEVADA WITH N.A.D.A. (NATIONAL H AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION) CERTIFIED SALESPERSONS! • REPOSSESSIONS • JODGEMEIffT 7ll2-i58-33Qe, mLII ASK 702451^ I I irvk 664 PROOF BAY MICfWFILH 1115 AROICS AVE E SfmVALE, CA 94086 ,04/04/99 miL JU T Basic qirl: GV ijoy; showdown Thursday, January 30,1997 Henderson, Nevada 50*h ONE MAN'S VlEW^ MIKE O'CAiq^AQHAN Betty Honn passed away last week and left a legacy ^ behind that few will ever be able to match. She loved and cared for animals that other people only gave painor at the very least ignored their needs. There are very few people who don't like to pet a purring kitten or pat the head of a tailwagging dog. There are far fewer who will open their hearts and homes for that alley cat or the scruffy-looking dog seeking a handout. There are even a far lesser number who will then fight powerful government agencies and public disinterest to continue caring for that dog or cat. Betty Honn had a place in her heart and home for all animals needing her love and care. She fought the rest of the world to protect those who sought her help. Honn's life didn't stop with caring for dogs and cats. Lions, llamas, elephants or any number of other exotic animals cast aside by owners found her a warm and willing friend. She seldom had enough money to care for them in tJie style some U.S. Agriculture inspectors determined they should be kept. There were times she barely had enough money to feed the animals but they were always fed before she sat down to eat. Nitpickers, self-styled dogooders and government inspectors soon found out thaj, .-Betty wasn't a lady they could intimidate. She loved her animals and often engaged those critics in battle rather than allow them to kill her wild friends or turn them over to again be abused by new keepers. \ Over the years I came to expect a phone call from Betty every few months. She never asked for anything for Betty. She only wanted to seek help for her animals or relief from the busybodies who tried to interfere with her giving them the love and care they deserve. Betty Honn was the lady who added a spark of humanity See One Man's View Page 2 INSIDE Hospice care IS conifortiinj alternative tndr.irii.i nivor Breaking the Code,' a PBS drama to air Sunday bJitorials TV Mew. IPISKII. 4-5 Education Happenings Deaths 9 Movies 13 City G>uncil Agenda. 15 MMn44. nrrfdMan KB.C PiMtoaHena posoiae4M (itmM-ian Chlorine leak injures six at Hmet Sharon Jackson News Staff Wnteg An estimated 20-pound chlorine leak that occurred at Titanium Metals Corp. (Timet) about 8 a.m. Tuesday hospitalited six workers. According to Timet plant manager Phil Roybal, the leak occiirred when an out-of-service chlorine pipe was being cleaned in building unit 9. Clark County Fire Department public information officer Bob Leinbach said Timet personnel had the leak contained by the time Henderson and Clark County Fire Departments arrived on the scene. Six people in the leak's vicinity suffered minor chlorine inhialation and were transported to the hospital for observation. Roybal said the two Timet employees who were transported to St. Rose Dominican Hospital for precautionary reasons had been treated and released by the afternoon. Four contractors, who were not employed by 'Timet, but who were working at the plant were transported to Desert Springs Hospital. TTiree of the contractors had been treated and released; one was kept crvemii^t for obaervation. Midiael Naylor, director of the Air Pollution Control Division of the ClarkCounty Health District, said the remaining contractor See Timet Page 9 Zerkie for city D.B.Mardniak News Staff Writer Tee Zaichick/News Staff INSTGN—Tlep. John Fnslgn.ff-NBv., spoke to a large crowd at the Henderson Senior Center Tuesday. Sponsored by the Mirage Hotel and Casino, the meeting's topics were health, notch babies. Medicare and insurance strategies. Other panelists were Serrita Jensen Bunch of Sierra Health Plan, CatherineLabrum of Social Security, Christopher Thompson of the state of Nevada Health Care Financial Analysis Unit and KLAS-TV's Paula Francis. Sifting through seemingly endless legislative bills and determining their impact on Henderson is tiring, but it is important, said Assistant City ManagerTerryZerklelastweek. It is important enough to send city ofBdals to lobby for legisla* tion in the best interest of Henderson, he said. Zerkie, who will spend a lot time in Carson City during the coming months, knows first-hand what it is Uke. He will spend this legislative session eying bill proposals, attending meetings and meeting with legislators to give Henderson's input into legisla^KKi. Ilie sffortt will cost taxpayacs ^50,000 lor additional consulting services at City Hall while Zeikle is in Carson City, his estimated SeeZerM* Page 2 Mayoral choices surface before filing begins D.B. Mardniak News Staff Wnter Even with the filing date more than a month away, possible mayoral candidates have begun to surface. Since Mayor Bob Greosbeck announced he would not rvm, rumors around City Hall and throughout the city have named several candidates who may throw their hats in the ring. Of the nearly dozen and a half rumors, only a handful have said they will nm, or are strongly considering running for Mayor. Those who have already said they will run are Councilmim David Wood and city building inspector Dennis Augspurger. Among those considering the position include Councilman Andy Hafen, banking executive Selma Bartlett, attorney Jim Gibson Jr., former Municipal Judge Jim Jensen and Planning Commissioner Danny Sanders. "Fm going to nm as mayor," Wood said. "We're in the initial stages of setting up a campaign and I expect to make an announcement in the coming week," he said. Wood, who has served on the Coundl since June 1995, believes he can bring the city a imique perspective to the mayoral position. A Henderson resident since 1989, Wood has been involved with the Council, served as the chair of the Planning Commission and a member of the Citizens Advisory C^unittee. His involvement with those areas of the city, he said, will give him insight from all aspects of the city. A city employee who has annoimced his intentions for mayor before the March filing deadline is Augspurger. A local business owner and Henderson resident since 1956, Augspurger works in the city's Building Inspection Department. "My work here has allowed me to stay in touch with thle concerns that are important to the citizens of this community," he said in a press release annoimcing his intentions. Prior to his employment with the city, he was owner of Augspurger Construction Co. which closed in 1991 when he joined the city's staff. Other city officials which are considering running are Hafen and Sanders. Hafen, yho has sat on the Council for more than a decade, said he is close to arriving at a decision about running for mayor. "I still have to talk about it with my family and a few other individuals to arrive at my decision," he said. Hafen, a Metro police investigator, said he will officially announce his intentions within the next week. — During the past month, he said, several individuals in the SM Mayor Page 3 Lee ZaKhick/News Staff FAMILY AFFAIR — Cheeiing from the home crowd at QrMn Valey High School inspired wrestler CharreN Broadus to win his ntatch in overtkne. His g i e ndnMUhef LeetrW Broedut, mother Yolonda Broadus end EvIa Allen dteer Charreirs victory from the stands et lest Wednasdey's nwtch eoeinet Rancho t^H^t School. V --r