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1997-06-26 - Henderson Home News

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1997-06-26 - Henderson Home News
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O'Callaghan, Mike ( Columnist )
Marciniak, D. B. ( Columnist )
Jackson, Sharon ( Columnist )
Dodge, Paul ( Columnist )
Cohen, Richard ( Columnist )
Hanlon, Bill ( Columnist )
Martz, Alice ( Columnist )
Bowman, Bill ( Columnist )
Brewer, Ray ( Columnist )
Grogan, Barbara ( Columnist )
Goldstein, Philip ( Columnist )
Spotti, Alexandra ( Columnist )
Henderson, Barb ( Columnist )
Eicher, Ray ( Columnist )
Santor, Jim ( Columnist )
Santor, Kathleen Grace ( Columnist )
Earl, Phillip I. ( Columnist )
Bishop, Carolyn D. ( Columnist )
Weidenfeld, Rob ( Photographer )
Zaichick, Lee ( Photographer )
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HBC Publications, Inc.
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^^^" • • • ^ • IfPPT^iPWHV mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmtmmm wmmfmm Page 14 Henderson Home News Tuesday, June 24,1997 JUST AIMOUIO mOM IK MCIORV! A SKOU Al^^ oVE& ^^•& FOR EXAMPLE: A NEW 1997 CMC SUBURBAN 4-OOOIHUL • REMOIE KEYLESS ENTRY • ANI/FM STEREO CD & CASSETTE PLANTER • 6-WAY POWER SEAT • HI-BACK BUCKET SEATS • POWER MIRRORS • TILT STEERING WHEEL • HEAVY-DUTY TRAILERING EQUIPMENT • MUCH, MUCH MORE! (SIK# 71513) FOR EXAMPLE-This New 2 Wheei Drive 1/2 TON: 48 month lease, $2500 Cash or trade down, $450 refundable security deposit, $399 1 st payment, $130 doc. fee, Total payments: $19,152, Purchase option at lease end: $19,567; 100 per mile over 15,000 miles per year plus excess wear & tear, tax, tag with GMAC approval. 2 -WHEEL DRIVE % TON 4-WHEEL DRIVE % TON 4-WHEEL DRIVE % TON BRAND NEW 1997 urr.oyi Air Conditionins, Power Windowrs; & Locks, TiK Wlflicel, Cruise Control, CD Player, Tinted Glass, Hi-Back Reclining Bucket Seats & More! #71168 KN136 $1995 Down ($500 paid by GMAC Smart Lease), $14,243.04 purchase option, ____Jrstpavmenl security deposit^ tfuc&^^gjaeirinception.—— • • :J BRAND NEW 1997 6iiC JIMiiir 2 DOOR liniJIY Automatic, Tilt Wheel, Cruise Control, Air Conditioning, Power Sunroof, Power Windofs & Locks, CD Player, Custom Wheels & More! #71522 BRAND NEW 1997 GMCSAiARI 8 PASSENGER VAN Dutch Doors, Power Windows & Lodes, Tilt Wheel, Cruise Control, Power Seat, Front & Rear Air Conditioning, Great Buy! #71051 K)R30 $1995 Down, $17,706.76 purctuisa option, first payment, security deposit, '--— • — ^^tw^OOC^ueat inception. '. $1995 Down, $13,193.^ purchase option, first payment, security deposit, tax & DOC due at inception LAS VEGAS MOTOR SPEEDlAfAY TICKET OUTLET! i.M M 3/8 MILE PAVED OVAL l 3/8 MILE DIRT OVAL ucmn HfT, IMI "IMSA GRAND PRIX" 2.5 MILE LVMS ROAD COURSE OCT P§ "NEVADA BIKE WEEK" AMA SUPERBIKE CHAMPIONSHIPS "LAS VEGAS 500K" IRL-INDY CARS UNDER THE STARS OCTt-ll JUNE 21 American Truck Series, Late Models, LTD Late Models, Grand American Modifieds, Legends Cars JULY 12 Late Models, LTD Late Models, Grand American Modifieds, Legends Cars JULY 19 USAC Midgets, Late Models. JUNE 28 Desert GMC Dual in the Dirt Western late Model Dirt Tour, NASCAR Grand American Modifieds, Dwarf Cars JULY 4 Grand American Modifieds, (50 Lap Feature, Dwarf Cars, Train Races & Fireworks) JUNf 2t 12 Superchiarged Funny Cars, Points Meet #4 JULY t Points Meet #5 AUO. 3 Points Meet #6 ucnn 2nd CHANCE NNANCING / BANKRUnCIES / TAX UENS / REPOSSESSIONS / JUDGMENT MClMllRTIIil-lliiiiiltl LUBE, OIL& FILTER .*?^ :-r (GM cars & light duty trucks only. Offer valid with coupon only) WE BUY TRUCKS OR CARS! ASK FOR DAUID 702-558-3300 MIHMOIiyNAUIWMNnyiMIHTNNJlDi.(NMIONAL iUITONOlU DUUK no N. GIBSON RD (IN THE VALLEY AUTO MALL) A^t'l Dealer H477 All Vphirlps ^iihiprf Tn Prior <;alp Pliic Ta. I'* "r*. •S*i^: • •< • -: HENDERSON "\T V National hole-in-one contest to be atGV Range \\v^,v ]') Thursday. June 26,1997 Henderson, Nevada 116*^ ONE MAN'S VIEW MIKE O'CALLAGHAN "Iknowjusttheplacefor • you to teach. You'll get along very well in Henderson," were the words of the gentleman sitting across a desk from me in the Dean's office at the University of Idaho. That was 41 years ago last • spring, when I then asked the man, "Where is Henderson?" I knew where Las Vegas, Boulder City, Tonopah, Reno, Winnemucca and Elko are located but not Henderson. "It's between Las Vegas and Boulder City," he told me. I had some friends in Las 'Vegas asid-Tnf)ah-aad —-=-=relatives in Hawthorne but that was about it. Then the slender gentleman with bright eyes and expressive hands told me, "It's a working man's town and the people there want their children to receive a good edtication." He went on to tell of the fine faculty and administrators already in the Henderson schools. Also, my personal habit of smoking, at that time in my life, certainly didn't hinder our exchange. Then, before I could ask any more questions, he reached into his pocket and pulled out a contract with my name already tjrped across the front. It was for $4,800 a year. This was $1,200 a year more than the job of vice principal would have paid me in Twin Falls, Idaho. Nevadan-J, Harold Brinley smiled as we shook hands and parted. I had liked him the moment we first met and during the coming years, my love and respect for Mr. -Brinley grew. He was^ always a special person in my life and when he died in an airplane crash several years later, it was a terrible loss for me and Nevada. He was an outstanding educator and -administrator. Yes, he was also an excellent recruiter and had helped me make a good personal decision. Fifteen years later, as governor of Nevada, many nights were spent in my of^ce working until past midnight or See One Man's View Page 2 INSIDE Summer safety tips around pool Panorama cover Cool TV cars recalled TV News inside Editorials Happenings Education 6-7 8 Seniors 10 Deaths 14 Sports 19 VMinw48, SrafEdWon HJ.C. PuMcatlom POKwMMM HdHMn,NVI (7Q2)984-1M1 Gibson sworn as mayor D.B. Maraniak News Staff Writer Cheers raing out and smiles on the audience member's faces welcomed Henderson's new mayor, Jim Gibson, and elected officials into office Tuesday as a crowd packed City Council "ChaffibefS; SWORN IN — Jim Gibson is sworn in as the 11th mayor in the city's history by City Clerk Susan Robison Tuesday night, above. Also, from left. Councilman Jack Clark and Municipal Judges Ken Proctor and John Provost are sworn in during a ceremony in Council Chambers. Elected officials we^e sworn in Tuesday during the City Council committee meeting, marking the beginning of new terms for the mayor and other elected officials. Jack Clark, Ward 3 Councilman; Ken Proctor, Municipal Court Judge, Dept. 1; and John Provost, Municipal Court Judge, Dept. 2, were sworn in following the mayor during the committee meeting. Somewhat awkwardly, Gibson gave his first direction to Council saying, "My cohort [pointing to Jack Clark] advised meFdon't need a second [on accepting elected officials]. Do we need to vote on it?" See Gibson Page 2 Reserve work under way again D.B. Marciniak News Staff Writer Workers are bustling as plans have once again begun to roll for The Reserve Hotel and Casino. While construction of the facility at Lake Mead Dr. and Interstate-515 has been on hold for several months, Greg Schatzman, vice president and general manager, said designers have been busy behind the scenes to make the project more grand than initially planned. "What we've done is drastically increased our ability to produce food," he said regarding expansion of the project. The casino was given the goahead by the Nevada State Gaming and Control board to continue construction on the facility following a settlement with a former projeefc partner. Schatzman said an additional 40,000 square feet of "back-shop" space is planned fof the expHiP~ sion. The area will allow for more office and increased warehousing for food items. Additional room was needed to accommodate for a large buffet and more restaurant space in the new plans, he said. "We've finalized our design and are hopefully shooting for an end-of-the-year opening," he said. The Reserve is the first m£Oor hotel/casino to open in Henderson along Lake Mead Drive. Following an African jungle safari theme. The Reserve will feature several bronze statues of monkeys, hippos, elephants, giraffes and other wildlife. Even though much of the activity will be at the expansion area in the rear of the building, workers will also begin constructing the inside design, he said. Plans of continuing an extensive safari theme mural around the facility are not completed. However, he said, the resort may seek city appr&val to continue the design. Lee Zaichick/News Staff RESERVED LOOK—Work continues on The Reserve Hotel and Casino on Lake Mead Drive. Project officials said they hope the resort will be open by the end of the year. Several restaurants including Italian and Mexican cuisine, 24hour establishments and several bars are featured in the new designs, Schatzman said. "It would have been nice to open last October," he said. But now the resort will open with more amenities which patrons wiirspprecfare: ^ A merger of the property with Ameristar Casino's accelerated building plans for the project. The original developer, Gem Gaming, had prepared to open a 225-room hotel with 1,000 slot machines, 35 table games and several restaurants and retail stores. With Ameristar as the primary shareholder in the casino, the company decided to expand the project to open with more to offer patrons. In addition to expanding the project, much of the interior design was redone. When the casino opens, a total of 225 hotel rooms, 1,400 slot machines, 75 table games, several restaurants, meeting and convention facilities and other recreational amenities will be included in the project. Ro omfbr further expansion to 1,500 hotel rooms and more casino space are also planned. Behavioral Health Center to become new surgical unit Sharon Jackson News Staff Writer Henderson residents in need of in-patient mental health services will have a little farther to travel starting Aug. 31 because St. Rose Dominican Hospital is turning its in-patient unit into a medical surgical unit. The Behavior Health and Awareness Center treats people who are chemically dependent on drugs and alcohol. The Center also treats various mental health disorders such as depression. Program manager Dr. Ric Le Blanc said the reasons for turning the Center's in-patient unit into an orthopedic surgery unit are not fiscally motivated but are based on community needs and following currenthealth care trends. Le Blanc explained St. Rose will continue to offer mental health care on an out-patient basis and is moving an out-patient facility into St. Rose's Medical Arts Building located across the street from the hospital. He added Henderson is becoming a large retirement area, and the unused physical space being taken by the in-patient mental health facility will be better served for the growing senior population. Licensed clinical social worker Marly Henry said she disagtees with the decision and thinks St. Rose is making a mistake by closing down the BHAC unit. "It's the only [in-patient] facility we have in the area.... I think it's a service the community definitely needs and will need more of in the future," Henry said. She added that the Las Vegas valley has 24-hour drinking and gambling, in addition to a high suicide rate — reasons the valley needs these in-patient servi^s. Henry cited that in the {last See Behavioral Health Page 2 St. Rose to mark 50 years in city St. Rose Dominican Hospital will celebrate 50 years in Henderson with a several special events tomorrow. At 4 p.m., a time capsule will be buried at the east entrance of the hospital. The capsule will be re-opened in 25 years on June 27, 2022. Bishop Daniel Walsh will celebrate Mass at St Peter's Cathohc Church at 5 p.m. A birthday celebration with food, music and games will start at 6:30 p.m. at Timet Field. Sister Robert Joseph Bailey, at St. Rose since 1951, will preside over the cakecutting ceremony at 7 p.m. The 50th anniversary cake, sponsored in part by Caesars Palace, is made in the likeness of the hospital and will be on display. Afireworks display at "Timet Field is scheduled for 9:30 p.m. Blankets and lawn chairs are oicouraged. l^e pubHc is invited to all of the events. Call 564-4507 for more information. The News today pubhshes a special section in honor of tha hospital.

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Page 2 Henderson Home News Thursday, June 26,1997 ONE MAN'S VIEW: •-Green Valle\'-ft(w\', Hende^^sefF454-5220 HENDERSON SHOPPLNG VILLAGE 850 S. Boulder Hvvv., Henderson 565-1235 TAR(;ET SHOPPINC; CENTER 631 N. Stephanie St.. Henderson 454-8811 DiMartino niamed manager Terese DiMartino has been* namfed manager of PiaznaD'Angelo. Restaurant owners Domenico and Paolo Petrone said she will be responsible for customer service, personnel training and motivation, budgeting and sales. For two years, she was manager of the New York Pasta Company, and previously spent six years as owner and general manager of DiMartino's Italian Restaurant, both in Las Vegas. Terese DiMartino CALENDAR OF EVENTS \'h-Silly Saturday, June 28, 11:00a.m. in the Fountain Courtyard at Green Valley Town Center Join the fun of Silly Saturday Green Valley Town Center 4500 E. Sunset Road featuring our Silly Sdluiddy. — )oin the fun at one of out rruny silly stjtlons. Hula hooping, face painting, balloon sculpting and moi^ Plan to come early and visit the many fine shops and restaurants at the Grwn Valley Town Center. Oxslers and glass containers are not permitted in the Fountain Counyard. FREE TO THE PUBLIC For more information call 263-4963. m. TOWN CENTER KLflSSY i O O FM American Nevada corporation A GrteatpM Company ^ SUNSET RD. s z i Town Cnter •< /^ETWAY Ubnryl CuMnlClr. V WARMSPRMGSRO. Pr It; N 1 1 INMOHaPKWY S ^?e^i)T'^^Pl^^rpf^r-.r?!?'
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Page 2 Henderson Home News Thursday, June 26,1997 ONE MAN'S VIEW: •-Green Valle\'-ft(w\', Hende^^sefF454-5220 HENDERSON SHOPPLNG VILLAGE 850 S. Boulder Hvvv., Henderson 565-1235 TAR(;ET SHOPPINC; CENTER 631 N. Stephanie St.. Henderson 454-8811 DiMartino niamed manager Terese DiMartino has been* namfed manager of PiaznaD'Angelo. Restaurant owners Domenico and Paolo Petrone said she will be responsible for customer service, personnel training and motivation, budgeting and sales. For two years, she was manager of the New York Pasta Company, and previously spent six years as owner and general manager of DiMartino's Italian Restaurant, both in Las Vegas. Terese DiMartino CALENDAR OF EVENTS \'h-Silly Saturday, June 28, 11:00a.m. in the Fountain Courtyard at Green Valley Town Center Join the fun of Silly Saturday Green Valley Town Center 4500 E. Sunset Road featuring our Silly Sdluiddy. — )oin the fun at one of out rruny silly stjtlons. Hula hooping, face painting, balloon sculpting and moi^ Plan to come early and visit the many fine shops and restaurants at the Grwn Valley Town Center. Oxslers and glass containers are not permitted in the Fountain Counyard. FREE TO THE PUBLIC For more information call 263-4963. m. TOWN CENTER KLflSSY i O O FM American Nevada corporation A GrteatpM Company ^ SUNSET RD. s z i Town Cnter •< /^ETWAY Ubnryl CuMnlClr. V WARMSPRMGSRO. Pr It; N 1 1 INMOHaPKWY S ^?e^i)T'^^Pl^^rpf^r-.r?!?'
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• • • mn Page 4 Henderson Home News Thursday, June 26,1997 First synagogue to be built in city The Green Valley Ranch master planned community may soon be home to the first Jewish house of worship ever built in Henderson, according to representatives of American Nevada Corp., and Midbar Kodesh Temple, the newest aifiHate of the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism in Nevada. Alan Perlmutter, chief operating officer for commercial development for American Nevada Corp., announced recently that the company has entered into an agreement with Midbar Kodesh Temple for just over three acres in Green Valley Ranch on the north side of Paseo Verde Parkway at Homestead Ranch Boulevard, between Green Valley Parkway and Valle Verde Drive. Perlmutter said the land site could accommodate the construction of an initial building of approximately 10,000 to 12,000 square feet, with ample space for expansion and parking. American Nevada Corp. is a Greenspun company and primary developer of Green Valley and Green Valley Ranch, and is a partner and jevelopjne^nt^ manager o^^even Hills. "We're happy to welcome Midbar Kodesh as our first house of worship in Green Valley Ranch, and we were excited to learn it will be the first synagog^ue built in Henderson," said Perlmutter. Perlmutter noted that in its design. Green Valley Ranch is a balanced community, reflecting diversity in terms of housing choices, commercial facilities and recreational opportunities. "By the same token, Green Valley Ranch reflects a diverse Wend of age groups, lifestyles and religions," he said, addfing that three other sites have been designated for houses of worship in the 1,310-acre development. According to Barry Fieldman, president of Midbar Kodesh, donations and volunteer services are being sought to help raise the estimated $1 million needed to build the new synagogue. He said plans for the first phase of the building include a chapel, social hall, clergy offices and a banquet-sized, kosher kitchen for catered events. The facility will eventually accommodate approximately 500 families. "We started Midbar Kodesh Temple in 1994 with six families and we are now at 110 families and growing rapidly." gaid Fieldman. ; Among the many programs offered at Midbar Kodesh's present location are education and enrichment for ages 2-1/2 TRIPLE f CASINO 725 RACETRACK RO;^D ^(ACROSS FROM K-MART), HENDERSON 8:00P.M,-1:00A.M. ...^* i-IVE MUSIC ^^ '^E a DANCING! EviRY THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY 503 Hotel Plaza (702)2946224 Boulder City, NV 89005 FAX: 2940141 Word Processing Newsletters. COIOB USER COPIES .Transcription UPS)FedE Resumes Forms laminating Notary Binding SAY IT WITH COOKIES Creative Edible Centerpieces • Order Early For The Holidays FIRST SYNAGOGUE—Pictured at the site of the first synagogue building in Henderson are members of Midbar Kodesh Temple, a Conservative congregation. From left, Karen Simon, education committee co-chair; Amy Fieldman, education committee co-chair; Rabbilsdac Soncino; .. • UMadcflfllda tdn,i )ii U di n e i a> rom i t te g eh*k^fiai president of the congregation. through Bar/Bat Mitzvah and Confirmation. The congregation is an affiliate of Las Vegas Hebrew High (grades 8-12). Youth activities include United Synagogue Youth (USY), Katan, Kadima, Junior and Senior USY. Adult education offers Torah study and Hebrew classes. Fieldman said plans for the synagogue were recently finalized and are ready for submission to the Green Valley Ranch Architectural Revjew Committee. He hope& to see gjround broken for the two-phase project within the next 18 to 24 months. Larry Robbins, a nationally renowned designer of synagogues, is serving as architect. Mark Goldstein, past president of Midbar Kodesh and chairman of the building committee said the synagogue espouses a Conservative philosophy combined with "the feel of a friendly, neighborhood congregation." "Our family includes newborns to grandparents,, preschoolers to college students and diverse occupations and views," Goldstein said. "v:^r;jv<:v4^,4 -: Rabbi Isaac Soncino is the congregation's first rabbi, and will ofTicially begin his duties Aug. 1. Soncino received his rabbinical education in Israel and served for several years as an educator at Temple Beth Sholom in Las Vegas. He will join Cantor Robert Fisher, who has been affiliated with the congregation since 1994. "We are very excited about building a new house of worship in Green Valley Ranch," said Soncino. "It is like a miracle for us to have such a wonderful location, where so many children and adults will be within walking distance of their own synagogue." Soncino pointed out that Midbar Kodesh, in Hebrew, means Holy Desert. "Our scripture tells us that God gave the Torah to man in the desert because the desert is fi-ee—it belongs to everyone— and whatever you find there is yours and cannot be taken away from you," Soncino said With a smile. Fieldman said those interested in making a donation toward the synagogue or helping with fund-raising activities should contact the current meeting place of Midbar Kodesh Temple, 6000 S. Eastern Avenue, Suite 3-B, Las Vegas, NV89119. For more information, call 7984510. ^.u:-x--^ ... --:: -":V...;;.L';. :• Thefe are now 20 new neighborhoods and more than 70 fiimished and decorated model hojnes open at Green Valley Ranch. The 1,310-acre, masterplanned community is located on the south side of Lake Mead Drive between Pecos Road and Arroyo Grande Drive. The master plan is comprised of approximately 775 acres for residential neighborhoods, 225 acres for open 1 and areas, houses of worship and potential school sites; and 310 acres designated for commercial development including office, retail, resort hotels, gaming, conference centers and medical buildings. New neighborhoods currently under development are Monument, Point -by SpSGtrmm Construction; Richmond Heights by Richmond American Homes; Stag's Leap by Nigro Associates; Reflections, The Enclave and Premiere by Pulte Homes; Mountain Pointe II Townhomes and Carriage Club by US Home; Senttfsa by Kaufman and Broad of Nevada; Shadow Ridge by BeazerHomes; Crystal Springs and Fountain Hills and Fontana d'or by Coleman Homes; Pavilion Pointe by Concgrdia Homes; Pacific Images and Pacific Trace by Pacific Homes; Regency Hills and Copper Ridge by Pardee; Altezza Estates by Capital Pacific Homes, and The Estates at Green Valley Ranch by American Nevada Corp. The Green Valley Ranch Information Cienter is located on Qreen Valley Parkway, just south of Lake Mead Drive and is open daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. IVe Deliver "The Sweetest Bouquet In Town" • Cookie Bouquets For All Occasions • We Will Write Your Personal Message On Any Bouquet • We Copy Company Logos For Corporate Gifts Phone: 898-0440 • Fax: 898-0794 2877 Green Valley Pkwy. at Sunset in the Lucky s Shopping Center /^^ .HANES cotton^ly blend white^ I uiCtAlkT shirts with your 1-color original IHK!!Sy loyo or design! S-XL / NAMARK CAP & EMBLEM v^^ 6290 HARRISON DRIVE STE. 7 LAS VEGAS, NV 89120 ,, • 70C fci saa ortu w/1color Imprint, mill 48 25 I EACH MR 24 PCS. EACH w/1-Color Imprint min. 24^ 250 POINTS= *1.00 l% yj^ Details at Guest Services Booth Through Out July All New Sign-up Members Receive 300 FREE POIIMTS!!! f, Ml GARTH In The Pork DrQ\A^'ng June 30**"! Details in the Casino N.\, Wiffo Sea • Doo JET SKI Drawing July 1 '1 Details in the Casino LUCKY REASONS TO CASH YOUR ^. PAYCHECK AT THE ALYSTRA! SnClALS AMI NOT GOOD WITH ANY OTHU OmM ALVSTIU tESUVES TIC RKHT TO MODVY 01 DBCONTINUl SnUALS/rtOIMOnONS. ^ ALYSTRA CASINO — 3 W. SUNSET RD. HLNDERSON \OUR LVERV DAY CCTAWAV JG4 8iSj PERSONAL INJURY FREE CONSULTATION NO RECOVERY FEE 565-0473 218 LEAD ST. (Across from the new Civic Center Plaza) LAW OFFICE OF JOHN F. MARCHIANO FORMER HENDERSON CITY ATTORNEY mmmmam • 'A v mM f-\f ea^\'iuw^!^n .v n*m r i f fiiivi')M'n-nir^t.'ifft^^ rim^t^twi^^i^'^'^v^^ il' K 'fs i^ i *ffiM^ ;ng irggy,i l\ Thursday, June 26, 1997 Henderson Home New Page 5 Auto Nation opens Paul Dodge Contributing News Writer Many people are familiar with the frustration that buying a used or even new car can bring. Somewhere in between, yet a world apart, lies the experience of buying a "Reconditioned-toPerform-Like-New" car. The AutoNation USA megastore recently filled its 39,000square-foot facility with more than 1,000 such automobiles for the grand opening of its first Nevada location. The used car dealership is not trying to change the experience of buying a used car, it is striving to revolutionize it. "The whole concept is revolutionary for our industry," said Athia Hardt, a spokesperson for AutoNation USA, "It is the wave of the future for the used car business." -3Phe-l€atJefi^fe4he-rer^' Gibson and Warm Springs Roads is the 13th of the 14 stores across the South and Southwest. There are plans to have 25 stores by 1998, and 100 nationwide by the year 2000. "We're excited to be unveiling AutoNation USA in the valley, where there is significant demand for high-quality used cars at competitive prices," said Larry Rich, president of AutoNation USA. The megastore offers a large selection of what it calls "Reconditioned-to-Perform-Like-New" cars which have been repainted, cleaned and overhauled in the interior. They have also been put through a rigorous 165-point safety inspection, tested, fitted with new parts and checked in virtually every aspect fh order to insure that they perform like new as well as look like new. Also, there are user-friendly computers for perusing auto information, 125 sales and service representatives, a service center, -an-accessories shop and a children's center. The accessories shop allocs customers to add more than 2,000 extras or features to their car, installed Upon purchase. "^ • ; '' • • • --"^ • • • ..:' • : • '.' TheChildPlay Center features <:hild-sized cars and roads, as well as supervision and an innovative child-parent arm band safety system. In addition to these features, the large building also houses a community group room available for reservation by non-profit civic organizations. Hardt feels that the most unusual aspect of the AutoNation USA sales pitch is the no-pressure environment. "Buying used cars can be a painful situation for many people. AutoNation wants to differentiate itself from that image and make itself synonymous with trust," Hardt said. The company claims to have low prices which are fixed and non-negotiable, creating a pres..surerixfieJ'noJiaggling" environr raent. In addition, all sales representatives are salaried, not commissioned. THE NEWS COVERS YOUR COMMUNITY GIANT f HA m WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY • 10:00 A.M. 7:00 P.M. TRIPLE f CASINO I 725 RACETRACK RD., HENDERSON f/^crois from xworf; | I \AT.. I II FREE SOFT DRINK TO FIRST 300 W/COUPON TOP/ CUAMEIV Everyday Low Prices means NO COUPONS NEEDED WOMEN 1 IVIEN Them W^ Them h,Dress 7.50 5.W Suit Pants 3.50 2ja Jacket 4.50 ZM Suit Jacket 4.50 2JW Blouse 3.50 2JSQ Shin 1.55 1J5 Skirt 3.75 2JS0 Trousers 3.50 2^ Pant 3.50 XSO 22.75 ISM 13.05 8.75 Their coupon -3.00 .TteifCdupon -2.00 19.75 ISM 11.05 8.75 We save you *4.75 We save you *2.30 Mon-Fri 7am-7pm Sat 9am-5pm Expert Altemtions & Repairs Top Quality Worii Ml Worl^ Done On f^emlses 6235 S. Pecos Rd. Ste. 103 (In the Pacific Business Park) 5479055 t N Patrick Sunset h Lee Zaichick/News Staff COOLED OFF — Antonio Ramos of Brown Junior High School is refreshed by Basic High School student. Boone Parker. Parker cooled Ramos while working together as landscapei for a summer job at Morrell Park. rs New club to open Board Certified in Family Medicine 20 Years of Experience Most Insurance Accepted • Medicare Assignment LER FAMILY PRAOICE ASSOCIATES "Let Our Family Take Care of Your Family" Proudly announces the Relocation of Their Office ON JUNE 23rd 3663 E. Sunset Rd., Suite 303 (Sunset Professional Park) 702 •433 • 1332 Abra ham Wiklpr,Dh_ David Wikler, D.O. Complete Medical Care for the : ^>j:.-rU Entire Family HENDERSON GREEN VALLEY LAS VEGAS With the help of the U.S. Congress and U.S. Department of Justice, a new club will open in Clark County Housing, Miller Plaza Units, located in East Las Vegas. The club will be operated by the Boys & Girls Clubs of Henderson. ^ Sen. Harry Reid, Sen. Rich-, ard Bryan and Congressman CALL 435-7700 WITH NEWS TIPS Ensign will be at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Henderson July 2 to present $50,000 to help operate-the new dub. --^^ > T A PAROWAN, UTAH Adorable, small home located behind the elementary school. on .23 acres. 2 Bd., 1 bath -ibasement ( approx. 750 sq ft) Just $67,500 High Country Realty Call, Peggy Edwards 1-800-338-3886 GEORGE E. MERINO M.D. I ACS, FICS, Ik^ard Certified Cardiovascular ^ Tlioracic Surgery General Vascular Surgeiy Specializing in Surgery of the heart, lungs, arteries & veins. Non-invasive in-office evaluation ot tirculation disorders. VASCUUR LADORATORY Medicare Assignment Accepted Provider to most PPOs and insurance plans. PARK FLAMINGO EAST 2110 E. FLAMINGO RD. StTTTF7.m-—" I,AS VEGAS, NV 734-2121 ^7 LAKE MEAD LOUNGE & CASINO 846 E. LAKE MEAD • JULY 1st 5th Hit 4-of-a-kind, 4's or 7's TO WIN CASH & PRIZES! Max coins bet No wild card July 4th starting at Spin DUNK-the-IUDGE <| THIS YEAR FEATURING; A Judge and i' the owner, managers & bartenders "Attp"roCee9s wilT go'toTfie safeTiouse of Henderson Battered Women's Home Patio Furniture Sale New 1997 Colors Highest Quality Happy Prices W. Charleston Store 878-6162 ^'^f^ 6220 W. Charieiton (W of Jones) Mc.foo6 am Green Valley Store 436-7736 liU'irs I960 W. Sunset (at VaUe Verde) BBQ RIBS, HAMBURGERS 8 HOT BOGS 1/2 LB. BURGER & FRIES $2.00 FIRECRACKER PATRIOT SPECIAL SPECIAL 2 for 1 79c BREAKFAST • Chicken Fned Steak 2 eggs, hash browns Dinner or Breakfast & toast I $4.95 Expires 7-31-97 a^W L. txpires 7-31-97 I Expires 7-31-97 ^^^P^ \ ^„(y;fg vi, .1. nm Bmuw i i Mn a' ,w n ni • .wii'ftj' i .M I rf!llfM C' .l! l'^UlM ^ W l ^^ l aJ||^t l^ (W I '-' ^.^'v* "WWfW i^ff.sffjs'^sawip*': ^, '' *M W g M f ^'M P!^JI > MWiW'll^ :^

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• • • mn Page 4 Henderson Home News Thursday, June 26,1997 First synagogue to be built in city The Green Valley Ranch master planned community may soon be home to the first Jewish house of worship ever built in Henderson, according to representatives of American Nevada Corp., and Midbar Kodesh Temple, the newest aifiHate of the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism in Nevada. Alan Perlmutter, chief operating officer for commercial development for American Nevada Corp., announced recently that the company has entered into an agreement with Midbar Kodesh Temple for just over three acres in Green Valley Ranch on the north side of Paseo Verde Parkway at Homestead Ranch Boulevard, between Green Valley Parkway and Valle Verde Drive. Perlmutter said the land site could accommodate the construction of an initial building of approximately 10,000 to 12,000 square feet, with ample space for expansion and parking. American Nevada Corp. is a Greenspun company and primary developer of Green Valley and Green Valley Ranch, and is a partner and jevelopjne^nt^ manager o^^even Hills. "We're happy to welcome Midbar Kodesh as our first house of worship in Green Valley Ranch, and we were excited to learn it will be the first synagog^ue built in Henderson," said Perlmutter. Perlmutter noted that in its design. Green Valley Ranch is a balanced community, reflecting diversity in terms of housing choices, commercial facilities and recreational opportunities. "By the same token, Green Valley Ranch reflects a diverse Wend of age groups, lifestyles and religions," he said, addfing that three other sites have been designated for houses of worship in the 1,310-acre development. According to Barry Fieldman, president of Midbar Kodesh, donations and volunteer services are being sought to help raise the estimated $1 million needed to build the new synagogue. He said plans for the first phase of the building include a chapel, social hall, clergy offices and a banquet-sized, kosher kitchen for catered events. The facility will eventually accommodate approximately 500 families. "We started Midbar Kodesh Temple in 1994 with six families and we are now at 110 families and growing rapidly." gaid Fieldman. ; Among the many programs offered at Midbar Kodesh's present location are education and enrichment for ages 2-1/2 TRIPLE f CASINO 725 RACETRACK RO;^D ^(ACROSS FROM K-MART), HENDERSON 8:00P.M,-1:00A.M. ...^* i-IVE MUSIC ^^ '^E a DANCING! EviRY THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY 503 Hotel Plaza (702)2946224 Boulder City, NV 89005 FAX: 2940141 Word Processing Newsletters. COIOB USER COPIES .Transcription UPS)FedE Resumes Forms laminating Notary Binding SAY IT WITH COOKIES Creative Edible Centerpieces • Order Early For The Holidays FIRST SYNAGOGUE—Pictured at the site of the first synagogue building in Henderson are members of Midbar Kodesh Temple, a Conservative congregation. From left, Karen Simon, education committee co-chair; Amy Fieldman, education committee co-chair; Rabbilsdac Soncino; .. • UMadcflfllda tdn,i )ii U di n e i a> rom i t te g eh*k^fiai president of the congregation. through Bar/Bat Mitzvah and Confirmation. The congregation is an affiliate of Las Vegas Hebrew High (grades 8-12). Youth activities include United Synagogue Youth (USY), Katan, Kadima, Junior and Senior USY. Adult education offers Torah study and Hebrew classes. Fieldman said plans for the synagogue were recently finalized and are ready for submission to the Green Valley Ranch Architectural Revjew Committee. He hope& to see gjround broken for the two-phase project within the next 18 to 24 months. Larry Robbins, a nationally renowned designer of synagogues, is serving as architect. Mark Goldstein, past president of Midbar Kodesh and chairman of the building committee said the synagogue espouses a Conservative philosophy combined with "the feel of a friendly, neighborhood congregation." "Our family includes newborns to grandparents,, preschoolers to college students and diverse occupations and views," Goldstein said. "v:^r;jv<:v4^,4 -: Rabbi Isaac Soncino is the congregation's first rabbi, and will ofTicially begin his duties Aug. 1. Soncino received his rabbinical education in Israel and served for several years as an educator at Temple Beth Sholom in Las Vegas. He will join Cantor Robert Fisher, who has been affiliated with the congregation since 1994. "We are very excited about building a new house of worship in Green Valley Ranch," said Soncino. "It is like a miracle for us to have such a wonderful location, where so many children and adults will be within walking distance of their own synagogue." Soncino pointed out that Midbar Kodesh, in Hebrew, means Holy Desert. "Our scripture tells us that God gave the Torah to man in the desert because the desert is fi-ee—it belongs to everyone— and whatever you find there is yours and cannot be taken away from you," Soncino said With a smile. Fieldman said those interested in making a donation toward the synagogue or helping with fund-raising activities should contact the current meeting place of Midbar Kodesh Temple, 6000 S. Eastern Avenue, Suite 3-B, Las Vegas, NV89119. For more information, call 7984510. ^.u:-x--^ ... --:: -":V...;;.L';. :• Thefe are now 20 new neighborhoods and more than 70 fiimished and decorated model hojnes open at Green Valley Ranch. The 1,310-acre, masterplanned community is located on the south side of Lake Mead Drive between Pecos Road and Arroyo Grande Drive. The master plan is comprised of approximately 775 acres for residential neighborhoods, 225 acres for open 1 and areas, houses of worship and potential school sites; and 310 acres designated for commercial development including office, retail, resort hotels, gaming, conference centers and medical buildings. New neighborhoods currently under development are Monument, Point -by SpSGtrmm Construction; Richmond Heights by Richmond American Homes; Stag's Leap by Nigro Associates; Reflections, The Enclave and Premiere by Pulte Homes; Mountain Pointe II Townhomes and Carriage Club by US Home; Senttfsa by Kaufman and Broad of Nevada; Shadow Ridge by BeazerHomes; Crystal Springs and Fountain Hills and Fontana d'or by Coleman Homes; Pavilion Pointe by Concgrdia Homes; Pacific Images and Pacific Trace by Pacific Homes; Regency Hills and Copper Ridge by Pardee; Altezza Estates by Capital Pacific Homes, and The Estates at Green Valley Ranch by American Nevada Corp. 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PAYCHECK AT THE ALYSTRA! SnClALS AMI NOT GOOD WITH ANY OTHU OmM ALVSTIU tESUVES TIC RKHT TO MODVY 01 DBCONTINUl SnUALS/rtOIMOnONS. ^ ALYSTRA CASINO — 3 W. SUNSET RD. HLNDERSON \OUR LVERV DAY CCTAWAV JG4 8iSj PERSONAL INJURY FREE CONSULTATION NO RECOVERY FEE 565-0473 218 LEAD ST. (Across from the new Civic Center Plaza) LAW OFFICE OF JOHN F. MARCHIANO FORMER HENDERSON CITY ATTORNEY mmmmam • 'A v mM f-\f ea^\'iuw^!^n .v n*m r i f fiiivi')M'n-nir^t.'ifft^^ rim^t^twi^^i^'^'^v^^ il' K 'fs i^ i *ffiM^ ;ng irggy,i l\ Thursday, June 26, 1997 Henderson Home New Page 5 Auto Nation opens Paul Dodge Contributing News Writer Many people are familiar with the frustration that buying a used or even new car can bring. Somewhere in between, yet a world apart, lies the experience of buying a "Reconditioned-toPerform-Like-New" car. The AutoNation USA megastore recently filled its 39,000square-foot facility with more than 1,000 such automobiles for the grand opening of its first Nevada location. The used car dealership is not trying to change the experience of buying a used car, it is striving to revolutionize it. "The whole concept is revolutionary for our industry," said Athia Hardt, a spokesperson for AutoNation USA, "It is the wave of the future for the used car business." -3Phe-l€atJefi^fe4he-rer^' Gibson and Warm Springs Roads is the 13th of the 14 stores across the South and Southwest. There are plans to have 25 stores by 1998, and 100 nationwide by the year 2000. "We're excited to be unveiling AutoNation USA in the valley, where there is significant demand for high-quality used cars at competitive prices," said Larry Rich, president of AutoNation USA. The megastore offers a large selection of what it calls "Reconditioned-to-Perform-Like-New" cars which have been repainted, cleaned and overhauled in the interior. They have also been put through a rigorous 165-point safety inspection, tested, fitted with new parts and checked in virtually every aspect fh order to insure that they perform like new as well as look like new. Also, there are user-friendly computers for perusing auto information, 125 sales and service representatives, a service center, -an-accessories shop and a children's center. The accessories shop allocs customers to add more than 2,000 extras or features to their car, installed Upon purchase. "^ • ; '' • • • --"^ • • • ..:' • : • '.' TheChildPlay Center features <:hild-sized cars and roads, as well as supervision and an innovative child-parent arm band safety system. In addition to these features, the large building also houses a community group room available for reservation by non-profit civic organizations. Hardt feels that the most unusual aspect of the AutoNation USA sales pitch is the no-pressure environment. "Buying used cars can be a painful situation for many people. AutoNation wants to differentiate itself from that image and make itself synonymous with trust," Hardt said. The company claims to have low prices which are fixed and non-negotiable, creating a pres..surerixfieJ'noJiaggling" environr raent. In addition, all sales representatives are salaried, not commissioned. THE NEWS COVERS YOUR COMMUNITY GIANT f HA m WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY • 10:00 A.M. 7:00 P.M. TRIPLE f CASINO I 725 RACETRACK RD., HENDERSON f/^crois from xworf; | I \AT.. I II FREE SOFT DRINK TO FIRST 300 W/COUPON TOP/ CUAMEIV Everyday Low Prices means NO COUPONS NEEDED WOMEN 1 IVIEN Them W^ Them h,Dress 7.50 5.W Suit Pants 3.50 2ja Jacket 4.50 ZM Suit Jacket 4.50 2JW Blouse 3.50 2JSQ Shin 1.55 1J5 Skirt 3.75 2JS0 Trousers 3.50 2^ Pant 3.50 XSO 22.75 ISM 13.05 8.75 Their coupon -3.00 .TteifCdupon -2.00 19.75 ISM 11.05 8.75 We save you *4.75 We save you *2.30 Mon-Fri 7am-7pm Sat 9am-5pm Expert Altemtions & Repairs Top Quality Worii Ml Worl^ Done On f^emlses 6235 S. Pecos Rd. Ste. 103 (In the Pacific Business Park) 5479055 t N Patrick Sunset h Lee Zaichick/News Staff COOLED OFF — Antonio Ramos of Brown Junior High School is refreshed by Basic High School student. Boone Parker. Parker cooled Ramos while working together as landscapei for a summer job at Morrell Park. rs New club to open Board Certified in Family Medicine 20 Years of Experience Most Insurance Accepted • Medicare Assignment LER FAMILY PRAOICE ASSOCIATES "Let Our Family Take Care of Your Family" Proudly announces the Relocation of Their Office ON JUNE 23rd 3663 E. Sunset Rd., Suite 303 (Sunset Professional Park) 702 •433 • 1332 Abra ham Wiklpr,Dh_ David Wikler, D.O. Complete Medical Care for the : ^>j:.-rU Entire Family HENDERSON GREEN VALLEY LAS VEGAS With the help of the U.S. Congress and U.S. Department of Justice, a new club will open in Clark County Housing, Miller Plaza Units, located in East Las Vegas. The club will be operated by the Boys & Girls Clubs of Henderson. ^ Sen. Harry Reid, Sen. Rich-, ard Bryan and Congressman CALL 435-7700 WITH NEWS TIPS Ensign will be at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Henderson July 2 to present $50,000 to help operate-the new dub. --^^ > T A PAROWAN, UTAH Adorable, small home located behind the elementary school. on .23 acres. 2 Bd., 1 bath -ibasement ( approx. 750 sq ft) Just $67,500 High Country Realty Call, Peggy Edwards 1-800-338-3886 GEORGE E. MERINO M.D. I ACS, FICS, Ik^ard Certified Cardiovascular ^ Tlioracic Surgery General Vascular Surgeiy Specializing in Surgery of the heart, lungs, arteries & veins. Non-invasive in-office evaluation ot tirculation disorders. VASCUUR LADORATORY Medicare Assignment Accepted Provider to most PPOs and insurance plans. PARK FLAMINGO EAST 2110 E. FLAMINGO RD. StTTTF7.m-—" I,AS VEGAS, NV 734-2121 ^7 LAKE MEAD LOUNGE & CASINO 846 E. LAKE MEAD • JULY 1st 5th Hit 4-of-a-kind, 4's or 7's TO WIN CASH & PRIZES! Max coins bet No wild card July 4th starting at Spin DUNK-the-IUDGE <| THIS YEAR FEATURING; A Judge and i' the owner, managers & bartenders "Attp"roCee9s wilT go'toTfie safeTiouse of Henderson Battered Women's Home Patio Furniture Sale New 1997 Colors Highest Quality Happy Prices W. Charleston Store 878-6162 ^'^f^ 6220 W. Charieiton (W of Jones) Mc.foo6 am Green Valley Store 436-7736 liU'irs I960 W. Sunset (at VaUe Verde) BBQ RIBS, HAMBURGERS 8 HOT BOGS 1/2 LB. BURGER & FRIES $2.00 FIRECRACKER PATRIOT SPECIAL SPECIAL 2 for 1 79c BREAKFAST • Chicken Fned Steak 2 eggs, hash browns Dinner or Breakfast & toast I $4.95 Expires 7-31-97 a^W L. txpires 7-31-97 I Expires 7-31-97 ^^^P^ \ ^„(y;fg vi, .1. nm Bmuw i i Mn a' ,w n ni • .wii'ftj' i .M I rf!llfM C' .l! l'^UlM ^ W l ^^ l aJ||^t l^ (W I '-' ^.^'v* "WWfW i^ff.sffjs'^sawip*': ^, '' *M W g M f ^'M P!^JI > MWiW'll^ :^

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mmm HOME NEWS *MlkaO;CaH|ghM Publisher Carolyn O'Callaghtn Co-Publisher ^ Paul Szydaiko Mariaging Editor Henderson Home News Thursday, June 26, 1997 lEWS VIEW I • Water conservation tips for tlie summer and all year round THe Southern Nevada Water Authority recently released water conservation tips for students to learn during the 1997-1998 school year. Although the tips are designed to be taught by grade level, all students and adults can benefit by learning how to save one of our most precious resources — water. Kindergarten: Turn off water when brushing your teeth. First grade: Take shorter showers.. Limit showers "" • • • '"'^otivie miii^^^^^^^ Second grade: When washing dishes by hand, be sure you don't leave the water running.' -Third grade: Keep a jug of water in the refrigerator instead of letting the water run from the tap to get cold. Tourth grade: Use a broom to clean the driveway and sidewalks, not a hose. Fifth grade: Make sure the dishwasher is fully loaded before you turn it on. Sixth grade: Wash only full loads of laundry. ~"~ Seventh grade: Avoid watering the lawn on windy days when there's too much evaporation. Eighth grad e: M ake sm'ej^our springers are^ watering the lawn and not the sidewalk, driveway or street. • : • • -;.';':; • Ninth grade: When washing the car, use a bucket and a hose with a shut-off nozzle. Tenth grade: During hot temperatures, make sure you don't water in the heat of the day as it can cause burn damage to your lawn. Eleventh grade: Install flow restricting devices .in your shower to reduce water flow. -j '?^ -f '^ The Republican Party can't take "yes" for an answer. Its core centerright policies clearly have broad public support, but the party continually trips itself up on extreme partisan moves. The Democrats survive by taking advantage of GKDP overreach and counterpunching with kinder, gentler versions of the Republicans' own programs. It happened in '96 with the government shutdown over the budget. It's happening again today. Will the GOP ever learn? Take the disaster surroiuiding the disaster relief bill. Conservatives loaded up a much-needed bill to help communities in the Midwest recover from heavy flooding with two marginal provisions opposed by President Clinton. One would have forbidden government shutdowns -duringbudget disagreement*. The— other would have prohibited the Census Bureau from using standard sampling techniques in the 2000 census for fear that the Democrats would somehow manipulate them to their advantage. The bill was delayed for weeks as Clinton refused to budge. And for what? The public didn't care a whit for the intramural partisan politics. People simply wanted the flood-aid bill passed and blamed the GOP for dodging it. The Republicans are in danger of shooting themselves in the foot again with the tax bill. They're offering a $500-per-child tax credit but not to the poorest working families, who need it most. The reason^The poor already receive an Earned Income Tax Credit or a Child Care Tax Credit. Conservatives figure these families get enough government money and want to gi\e the credit to higher-income families—who need it less. Once again, the Republicans open themselves to accusations of being mean-spirited to the poor. Ditto for the inheritance tax. There's a good argument to be made for raising the tax exclusion from $600,000 to $1 million for small farmers and business people whose estates are up in value thanks to inflation and higher real estate prices. But bumping up the exclusion on the inheritance tax will affect only about 30,000 estates annually, or less than 1% of all deaths in a nation of 270 million. Of those hit with taxes, 1,50^ are farraers^ and 2,000 are small business people. All the rest are actually well-off investors with assets in stocks, bonds, and mutual funds. Their estates already get one tax break, because capital gains are wiped out at death. Their heirs also have generation-skipping trusts, charitable foundations, and other gimmicks to avoid paying inheritance taxes. If the GOP wants to help the estates of 3,500 small farms and businesses that get hit every year, it See Editorial Page? ABOUT THESE PAGES These pages are the opinion pages of the newspaper. News View is written by the editorial staff to bring attention to an issue of concern in the community. Our regular columnists reflect on state and national politics, as well as education. Editorials re-printed from other newspapers provide other opinions. Our readers are encouraged to write about local issues and submit them to the News. RICHARD COHEN Smoke and mirrors? \.^::i^ • • {* • • • ; • WASHINGTON — Something is missing from the cigarette settlement. I feel this strongly, possibly irrationally and not at all, many will insist, realistically. Still, I feel that at the very least all of us— especially those of us who ever smoked—should get an apology from Big Tobacco, a humble and most humbling "I'm Sorry" accompanied by some pretty fair groveling. I want contrition. I find nothing like that in the proposed agreement. I do not find an admission of guilt, a confession of greed, an acknowledgment that they always knew the evils of smoking but, hey, they wanted to make a ^buck I want the„toba^C^co bifig^^^ guys who make millions of dollars, to say they were wrong—sluts for a dollar—and now they will devote the rest of their lives to a worthwhile cause. Remorse. That has been the word du jour of late. Timothy McVeigh has to die because, among other things, he doesn't show remorse. (What if he did? I wonder.) But what about the people who have been making and selling cigarettes all these years— especially the ones who chose to work in the industry after it was known that cigarettes contribute to some 400,000 deaths a year? What about these people? W here is their remorse? There is none. Instead, this foul business will, after paying a fine and abiding by some rules, be allowed to continue doing what it has always done—manufacture and sell cigarettes. That, of course, is the basis for the agreement. The industry will pay the costs of the settlement by hiking its prices. In other words, the costs of the^'' cigarette agreement will be paid by smokers. Why not? They already pay in so many other ways. As for overseas, American companies will be free to operate as usual. Why? Aren't the Chinese—the largest potential market—people, too? Don't they have lungs that can get cancer and hearts that can stop before their time? Don't they feel pain when diseased and sad when death approaches too soon? These questions are waved aside, God, what a market! A billion potential .^^JirnkfiJ-SU^ttbe iishaeco jfldusti^s-ift^^ Let the funeral industry follow. When my Uncle Mike died, I took a sign from his house: "Warning. Oxygen In Use." He had emphysema, the payback from the gazillion Chesterfields he smoked over the years. I took the sign, and stared at it whenever I lit up. I thought it would make me quit, but it didn't. I could smoke in the very face of the consequences—such is the addiction. Finally I quit, but I fear that someday all those cigarettes will catch up with me. I started at 14. My decision, I know. Still, I hadn't even heard of emphysema. President^Clintoja^ore^gr in loco ,.parentis, is intent on stopping kids from smoking. He's right, of course. But what is the lesson for kids (or anyone else, for that matter) when people sell something awful, something whose mere use constitutes abuse, and get away with it? They are not asked to apologize. Their names are not posted on some wall so that .> they can be shamed. They are not punished and, indeed, have arranged matters so that the punishment to their companies is limited—no class action lawsuits, for instance. Some years ago, my friend "C" worked on the cigarette account at an advertising agency. He felt he had to. It was his job. But he was ashamed an5rway and he seemed pained whenever anyone Kt up. He always rebuked me. I smoked Camels back then. Convicts smoke Camels, he told me. They have nothing to live for. Lawyers—not ministers or ethicists—have structured this -greemnt-mTtHheyiTtaTridtmr^^irat • j-' lawyers do. It could not, I know, be otherwise. The result, though, is morally preposterous—a reduction of smoking by children from one level to another level until in 10 years it falls 60%. What about the others? Please, be reasonable, I hear voices tell me. This is the best that could be done. I'd like the cigarette executives to be like my friend "C." I'd like them to admit guilt, confess shame, acknowledge agreed. I'd like them all to perform some public act of penance, maybe volunteer work in a hospice where their customers go to • die. I'dlikekids to learn thatprofitsdo not counterbalance immoral behavior and you cannot yell "free will!" when, as it happens, you are selling a sweet poison. I want contrition. What I'm getting, though, is more smoke. o rhar,na tr, loam an^ • The people responsible for the tragic death of 7-year-old Sherrice Iverson in a Southern Nevada casino this month are the sorry teen-age predator who allegedly killed her and the indifferent father who has been accused of leaving her defenseless in the middle of the night. Among the many stories we've heard over the years of parents who felt the urge to gamble stronger than the urge to protect their offspring, this is by far the worst. Among the far-too-many stories of murdered children we've seen, this is one of the saddest. Surely this was one of the most easily prevented, too. The predator's friend knew something bad was going Ge t him on in that rest room, and did nothing. A casino security camera recorded a man entering a woman's rest room but no one noticed. Security personnel warned the father not to leave the child alone, but nothing was done to force him to take his responsibilities seriously. If someone, anyone, had done something, anything, that young girl might still be alive. So, despite the fact that the casino is not to blame for the tragedy, the murder of a young child nevertheless portrays Nevada's most important industry in a very poor light. Potential tourists are going to wonder whether they want to visit a state where children are left alone in the middle of the night and predators are able to molest, or even kill, them while no one notices. The industry must act quickly to reassure the public that it is taking every improve even at the cost of a few errors? Shouldn't he and every child regardless of the sport learn the valuable lessons of good sportsmanship and hard work? Should he have to endure the mental and physical abuse of a tyrannical coach just to win or should he be out there to have fun? We, as well as many other parents believe it should be the latter. • • • • • It is time the Henderson Little League and the "Good Old Boys" were held accountable for their actions. If all the parents and players were kept informed of the meetings, elections and general business, maybe something could be accomplished, but unfortunately most parents are not among the "select few" and their opinions, feelings and criticisms are meaningless. We truly encourage other parents to educate themselves about the issues addressed here and put a stop to the power and ego driven individuals that are taking the fun out of an organization designed for kids. Every child in this community should at least have a chance to try without the ridiculous pressure of constantly being expected to win at their expense. AUDRY BONDURANT out of tragedy. Some very simple measures, in place already in some northern ; Nevada casinos, mak sense: •Children under the age of 10 should not be anywhere in the casino, including arcades, without an ad ult Despite all the talk about familyfriendly resorts, a casino is an adult environment that by its nature is dangerous for a child. If a parent must be warned more than once to look after his or her child, it's time to call in a law enforcement agency. •Arcades should be off-limits to anyone under the age of 21 between midnight and 6 a.m. If they're too young to gamble, they don't belong there. •Rest-room entrances and other areas of casinos where security is looser because of privacy issues should be monitored much more closely, particularly at night. The sight of a man entering a women's rest room certainly should be a cause for immediate action. "==Aara^heF yoaings1sBrinip}y taiintJt'"'" be allowed to die in a Nevada casino. .. ever. -/y: ''^."S-^'' • • '.; Reno GeuettB' Journal BILL HANLON Should students learn a foreign language in school? Having attended a Catholic high school, I had to take two years of Latin, two years of Spanish and two years of Italian. They were elective courses in the sense I got to choose which courses would overlap in the 10th and 11th grades. Some kids think English is foreign enough. After all, how many languages have people driving on parkways and parking on driveways. Latin was once regarded as the universal language; its remnants can still be seen today in English. Many young adults are more familiar with commonly used Latin abbreviations, words or phrases than they think. If nptjlet's rectify that for them today* and you can check your owrn knowledge at the same time. As you read these, you may mistakenly think these were just EngUsh words or phrases. We have adopted many and use them without realizing we are using a foreign language. Let's begin with ad hoc, with respect to this. You normally hear this expression when a board wants to form an ad hoc committee to deal with a specific item. Ad infinitum, to infinity. Someone likes to talk ad infinitum. Ad libitum, abbreviated as ad lib, means at one's pleasure. You get to ad lib when giving a speech. Ad volorem, according to the value. This is used when speaking about taxes. Alias, otherwise called. We hear about aliases being used all the time, often a street name. Alibi, in another place. When someone is said to have an tdibi, it means they could not have committed the crime because they were in another place. Alma mater, foster mother. A school is often to me referred to as an alma mater. Bona fide, in good faith. Caveat emptor, let the buyer beware, rarely heeded consumer warning. Corpus delecti, body or substance of the offense. De facto, from the fact. Et cetera, and so forth. Ex officio, by virtue of office. Ex post facto, retroactively, grandfathered in. Habeas corpus, have the body. I bet you didn't know you knew so much Latin. Many words we use today are actually Latin derivatives. For example, material in English is materielJnlialiiL Id est, that is. We often see it abbreviated as i.e. In absentia, in or during absence. In loco parentis, in place of a parent. Teachers act in loco parentis. Ipso facto, fi"om the very fact. Magna cum laude, with great praise. Mea culpa, by my fault. Modus operandi, manner of doing things, often abbreviated as someone's m.o. Per diem, by the day. Per se, by itself. Post hoc, after this. Prima facie, at first view. Pro bono publico, the public good. Pro bono work is often done by attorneys for nothing. In court, you \ might hear about prima facie evidence. Persona non grata, a person who is not acceptable. Quasi, as if, as it were. Quid pro quo, something for something. Quod erat demonstrandum, to be demonstrated. Often abbreviated after mathematical proofs, QED. Reductio ad absurdum, reduction to an absurdity. The phrase made popular by the U.S. Marines— semper fidelis —means always faithful. Sine die is used in the legislature, without a day or a day has not been identified. Status quo, the state in which anjd;hing was or is. Summa cum laude, with the highest praise. Verbatim, word for word. The Periodic Table in chemistry uses Latin abbreviations. Iron is Fe, because iron in Latin is ferrum, as mercury is hydragyrum, or Hg. You may have noticed the abbreviation for pound is lb. Again that comes from the Latin libra. Nota bene, written as N.B., means to take notice. The obituary column comes from La t in ubi it, meanin|^1l5TJf "Bfiie died. How many times have you used a P.S. at the end of letter: that comes from postscriptum. There are more we are familiar with. A.D. anno Domini, in the year of our Lord. We tell time with Latin abbreviations. Ante meridiem, a.m., means before noon, while post meridiem, p.m., is afternoon. In churches we see I.N.R.I., lesus Nazarenus, Rex ludaeorum, or Jesus of Nazareth, King of the Jews; or I.H.S., lesus Hominum Salvator, or y Jesus, the Saviour of Men. The English language is filled with Latin cognates. In fact, the romantic languages of Spanish and Italian are closely related to Latin. If you know one of those languages, it is not hard to learn the other. Hanlon, a Las Vegas resident v\/ho writes a column about eEnghshducation, sits on tlie State Board of Education, is the administrator for the Clark County School District's Math/Science Institute and is a part-time instructor at UNLV r-' .^'--V.'-^^ Conductor Kodolfo Fernandez was brilliant in drawing the fkie sofi sotmds of^ "Pink Panther" to the drama rising from "Phantom of the Opera." Bravo! I applaud the NCS for their dedication to bringing "music" to the masses and allowing us to experience the sounds and sights of music, true beautifiil music. Thank you. We intend to come to as many of your performances as possible. 7^ "^7'"'^"^^ KAREN ROOD D'ANNA ROOD VICKISEEBOCK Thanks from PUSH Editon On June 19-20, the Journey of Hope cross-country cycling team made a stop in Las Vegas, en route to Washington D.C. On behalf of PUSH America and all 33 members of the team, we would like to thank the tremendous kindness and support that the people of Las Vegas showed during our stay. We would especially like to thank our sponsors: the Saturn of West Sahara, the Saturn of Henderson, the Las Vegas Stars, the City of Las Vegas Adaptive Recreation and the Wet n' Wild. The food, lodging artd events were most appreciated, especially after a long day of riding! This year is the 10th summer of the Journey of Hope, a program of PUSH America, the national outreach organization of Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity. Our mission is to raise funds and public awareness on behalf of people with disabilities. This special trip would still only be an idea if it wasn't for the volunteers that sponsor the team. With the continued support from cities like Las Vegas, we will „abla tfl PYpanH niir Jniimpy nf Hnpo ^n^ rontintip tnmflkp fl diffprcnc Thank you, and we look forward to seeing you again next summer! THE 1997 JOURNEY OF HOPE TEAM Families of the U.S. Marine embassy security guards who were shot to death 12 years ago by communist rebels at a San Salvador sidewalk cafe have every reason to feel betrayed by their government. •Imagine having^ to letim-^primarily through news accoimts—that the terrorist leader who signed the communique taking credit for that callous massacre is living in the U.S.. Imagine too, that the reported mastermind of what has come to be known as "the Zona Rosa slayings"— Pedro Antonio Andrade—and his family were brought to this country yeaflrs ago at U.S. taxpayer expense. j/This, however, isn't fantasy: As a ^^enate intelligence hearing disclosed last month, the murders occurred, a man linked to the murders is in ~" America, and justice has not been served. Two questions have been left imanswered, but not for long, we hope. Who should be held accountable for Pedro Andrade's presence in the U.S.? How long will it take to deport him back to El Salvador? One thing is clear: He is no illegal immigrant in the usual sense. His entry was made possible through a special "humanitarian" parole process that permits foreigners to come here if their lives are in jeopardy from having cooperated with U.S. officials in their home country. The Senate intelligence committee hearing was called to learn how Andrade was allowed to enter the U.S. "despite all the evidence linking him to the killings," according to committee Chairman Richard Shelby. It's a fair question that cries out for an answer. Instead, the committee was treated to a bureaucratic fingerpointing exercise in which the State Department and the CIA blamed each other for initiating the idea. It was a sorry ctacle. — KNOW YOUR REPRESENTATIVES President Bill Clinton: White House, 1600 Pennsylvania Ave., Washington D.C 20510, (202)456-1414. .— U.S. Sen. Harry Reid, D-Nev. 528 Senate Hart Office Building, Washington, D.C. 20510, (202) 224-3542, Fax (202)224-7327; 300 Las Vegas Blvd. S #1610, Las Vegas, NV 89101, 474-0041. EMail: senator_reid@reid.senate.gov Home Page: http://www.senate.gov/ -raid ; ; • • • -.; • :.,. • .. • • ';' : / '. U.S. Sen. Richard Bryan, D-Nev. 269 Senate Russell Office Building, Washington, D.C. 20510, (202) 224-6244; 300 S. Las Vegas Blvd. Suita 1110, Las Vegas, NV 89101. 388-6605. E-Mail: http:// www.senate.gov/-bryanU.S. Rep. John Ensign, R-Nev. 414 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, D.C. 20515. (202) 225-5965; 1000 E. Sahara, Suite 101, Las Vegas, NV 89104, 731-1801. E-Mail: engsign@hr.house.gov ^v^t,l:•.yn: .>^:'--4• ^ 0,{-.' • jfji U.S. Rep. Jim Gibbons, R-Nev.1116 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, D.C. 20515. (202) 225-6T55; 850 Durango Dr., Suite 107, Las Vegas, NV 89128; 255-1651; fax 255-1927. Jiflv. Bob Miller: Capitol Complex, Carson CityrNV 89710, 6§7-§670; 555 E. Washington Ave. Suite 5100, Las Vegas, NV 89101. 486-2500. E-Mail: governor@gownail.state.nv.us ;.: ••., •• • ;• > State Sen. Ann O'Conneli (R, District 5): Capitol Complex, Carson City, NV 89710, 687-5702; 7225 Montecito Circle, Las Vegas, NV 89120-3118. Office phone: 434-4020. Home phone: 451-3444, • • State Sen. Bill O'Donnell (R-District 5): Capitol Connplex, Carson City, NV 89710, 687-3650. 2995 S. Jones Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89102-5309. Office phone: 873-2724. Home phone: 873-2724. ., ^ State Sen. Jon Porter (R-District 1 ): Capitol Complex, Carson City, NV 89710, Office: 294-1004. 601 Whitney Ranch Dr., Suite 16, Henderson, NV 890142643. Home: 294-1981. EDITORIAL From Page 6 should simply raise the exclusion rate for them. If it really wants to help the millions of small businesses in America that must operate under onerous burdens*, it should lower payroll taxes. This bad behavior on the inheritance tax issue is yet another example of why, for the GOP, the positive message of lowering taxes gets lost in the issue of fairness. Instead of being a supporter of the middle class, the GOP opens itself up to being mean to the poor and helpful to the rich—all over again. The plain fact is that on the issues of lowering taxes, balancing the budget, and reforming entitlements, the country is center-right and squarely behind the GOP. But when the GOP veers to the fringe or caters to tiny slivers of well-to-do constituents, it loses that backing and makes itself vulnerable. Similar behavior is typical of the Democrats. Better to stick to the middle ground, sheath the partisan knives, and battle for the public's vote in 2000 on core issues. Bu$ine$ Week The State Department admitted generating the proposal, but William Walker, who was U.S. ambassador to El Salvador when Andrade got the green light, said the CIA—having benefited richly fi'om Andrade's informing on his former rebel colleagues came up with the idea and the funds. Not so, said the CIA's general counsel Michael O'Neill. The agency and the Justice Department opposed letting him in, O'Neill said, because of information that pointed to Andrade as the mastermind. So who initiated the action that landed him here almost seven years ago? At the end of the hearing, no one seemed to know—or at least would own up to knowing The probe continues. One matter should be brought to a conclusion, however. Andrade reportedly is in detention, facing deportation back to El Salvador. He should be sent on his way. Washington Poet SEND US YOUR SIGNED LETTERS TO THE EDITOR issss^^P^ State Sen. Dina Titus (D-District7): Capitol Complex, Carson City, NV 89710, 687-8123; Mailing Address: 1637 Travois Circle, Las Vegas, NV 89119-6283. Office phone: 826-5050. Home: 798-8348. State Sen. Kathy Augustine (R-District 7): Capitol Complex, Carson City, NV 89710, P.O. Box 61482, Las Vegas, NV 89160-1492. Home: 387-5922. State Assemblywoman Kathy Von tobel (RDistrict 20): 401 S, Carson Street, Carson City, NV 89710. (702 () 684-8839 State Assemblywoman Gene Segerblom (D-District22): 401 S Carson Street, Carson City, NV 89710, 687-361 I^P.O. Box 61136, Boulder City, NV. 89006Al^^tiome. pho ne-?93-?fi? 6 ; ________ State Assemblywoman Sandra Tiffany (R-District 21 ): 401 S. Carson Street, Carson City, NV 89710, 684-8839; 2289 Cassatt Dr., Henderson, NV 890145060. Home 451-7301. State Assemblyman Richard Perkins (D-District 23): 401 S. Carson Street, Carson City, NV 89710, 687-8110. 408 Glasgow St., Henderson, NV 890155630. Office phone: 565-8933. Home: 566-6542. Toil-Free Legislative Hotline: 1-800-367-5057 MayorJim Gibson: Henderson City Hall, 240WaterSt„ Henderson, NV 89015. 565-2085. Clark County Commissioner Bruce Woodbury (R-District A): Clark County Government Center, 5003. Grand Central Parkway, Las Vegas, NV89155-1601. 455-3500. • Clark County Commissioner Lorraine Hunt (R-District G): Clark County Government Center, 500 S. Grand Central Parkway, Las Vegas, NV89155-1601. 455-3500. Clark County School District Board Trustee Mary Beth Scow (District A): Education Center, 2832 E. Flamingo Road, Las Vegas, NV. 799-1072. Clark County School District Board Trustee Judy Witt (District G): Education Center, 2832 W. Flamingo Road, Las Vegas, NV 799-1072. University-Community College Regent Mark Alden (District D): 3910 PecosMcLeod, Suite 100, Las Vegas, NV 89121; 4544999: fax, 8984845.

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mmm HOME NEWS *MlkaO;CaH|ghM Publisher Carolyn O'Callaghtn Co-Publisher ^ Paul Szydaiko Mariaging Editor Henderson Home News Thursday, June 26, 1997 lEWS VIEW I • Water conservation tips for tlie summer and all year round THe Southern Nevada Water Authority recently released water conservation tips for students to learn during the 1997-1998 school year. Although the tips are designed to be taught by grade level, all students and adults can benefit by learning how to save one of our most precious resources — water. Kindergarten: Turn off water when brushing your teeth. First grade: Take shorter showers.. Limit showers "" • • • '"'^otivie miii^^^^^^^ Second grade: When washing dishes by hand, be sure you don't leave the water running.' -Third grade: Keep a jug of water in the refrigerator instead of letting the water run from the tap to get cold. Tourth grade: Use a broom to clean the driveway and sidewalks, not a hose. Fifth grade: Make sure the dishwasher is fully loaded before you turn it on. Sixth grade: Wash only full loads of laundry. ~"~ Seventh grade: Avoid watering the lawn on windy days when there's too much evaporation. Eighth grad e: M ake sm'ej^our springers are^ watering the lawn and not the sidewalk, driveway or street. • : • • -;.';':; • Ninth grade: When washing the car, use a bucket and a hose with a shut-off nozzle. Tenth grade: During hot temperatures, make sure you don't water in the heat of the day as it can cause burn damage to your lawn. Eleventh grade: Install flow restricting devices .in your shower to reduce water flow. -j '?^ -f '^ The Republican Party can't take "yes" for an answer. Its core centerright policies clearly have broad public support, but the party continually trips itself up on extreme partisan moves. The Democrats survive by taking advantage of GKDP overreach and counterpunching with kinder, gentler versions of the Republicans' own programs. It happened in '96 with the government shutdown over the budget. It's happening again today. Will the GOP ever learn? Take the disaster surroiuiding the disaster relief bill. Conservatives loaded up a much-needed bill to help communities in the Midwest recover from heavy flooding with two marginal provisions opposed by President Clinton. One would have forbidden government shutdowns -duringbudget disagreement*. The— other would have prohibited the Census Bureau from using standard sampling techniques in the 2000 census for fear that the Democrats would somehow manipulate them to their advantage. The bill was delayed for weeks as Clinton refused to budge. And for what? The public didn't care a whit for the intramural partisan politics. People simply wanted the flood-aid bill passed and blamed the GOP for dodging it. The Republicans are in danger of shooting themselves in the foot again with the tax bill. They're offering a $500-per-child tax credit but not to the poorest working families, who need it most. The reason^The poor already receive an Earned Income Tax Credit or a Child Care Tax Credit. Conservatives figure these families get enough government money and want to gi\e the credit to higher-income families—who need it less. Once again, the Republicans open themselves to accusations of being mean-spirited to the poor. Ditto for the inheritance tax. There's a good argument to be made for raising the tax exclusion from $600,000 to $1 million for small farmers and business people whose estates are up in value thanks to inflation and higher real estate prices. But bumping up the exclusion on the inheritance tax will affect only about 30,000 estates annually, or less than 1% of all deaths in a nation of 270 million. Of those hit with taxes, 1,50^ are farraers^ and 2,000 are small business people. All the rest are actually well-off investors with assets in stocks, bonds, and mutual funds. Their estates already get one tax break, because capital gains are wiped out at death. Their heirs also have generation-skipping trusts, charitable foundations, and other gimmicks to avoid paying inheritance taxes. If the GOP wants to help the estates of 3,500 small farms and businesses that get hit every year, it See Editorial Page? ABOUT THESE PAGES These pages are the opinion pages of the newspaper. News View is written by the editorial staff to bring attention to an issue of concern in the community. Our regular columnists reflect on state and national politics, as well as education. Editorials re-printed from other newspapers provide other opinions. Our readers are encouraged to write about local issues and submit them to the News. RICHARD COHEN Smoke and mirrors? \.^::i^ • • {* • • • ; • WASHINGTON — Something is missing from the cigarette settlement. I feel this strongly, possibly irrationally and not at all, many will insist, realistically. Still, I feel that at the very least all of us— especially those of us who ever smoked—should get an apology from Big Tobacco, a humble and most humbling "I'm Sorry" accompanied by some pretty fair groveling. I want contrition. I find nothing like that in the proposed agreement. I do not find an admission of guilt, a confession of greed, an acknowledgment that they always knew the evils of smoking but, hey, they wanted to make a ^buck I want the„toba^C^co bifig^^^ guys who make millions of dollars, to say they were wrong—sluts for a dollar—and now they will devote the rest of their lives to a worthwhile cause. Remorse. That has been the word du jour of late. Timothy McVeigh has to die because, among other things, he doesn't show remorse. (What if he did? I wonder.) But what about the people who have been making and selling cigarettes all these years— especially the ones who chose to work in the industry after it was known that cigarettes contribute to some 400,000 deaths a year? What about these people? W here is their remorse? There is none. Instead, this foul business will, after paying a fine and abiding by some rules, be allowed to continue doing what it has always done—manufacture and sell cigarettes. That, of course, is the basis for the agreement. The industry will pay the costs of the settlement by hiking its prices. In other words, the costs of the^'' cigarette agreement will be paid by smokers. Why not? They already pay in so many other ways. As for overseas, American companies will be free to operate as usual. Why? Aren't the Chinese—the largest potential market—people, too? Don't they have lungs that can get cancer and hearts that can stop before their time? Don't they feel pain when diseased and sad when death approaches too soon? These questions are waved aside, God, what a market! A billion potential .^^JirnkfiJ-SU^ttbe iishaeco jfldusti^s-ift^^ Let the funeral industry follow. When my Uncle Mike died, I took a sign from his house: "Warning. Oxygen In Use." He had emphysema, the payback from the gazillion Chesterfields he smoked over the years. I took the sign, and stared at it whenever I lit up. I thought it would make me quit, but it didn't. I could smoke in the very face of the consequences—such is the addiction. Finally I quit, but I fear that someday all those cigarettes will catch up with me. I started at 14. My decision, I know. Still, I hadn't even heard of emphysema. President^Clintoja^ore^gr in loco ,.parentis, is intent on stopping kids from smoking. He's right, of course. But what is the lesson for kids (or anyone else, for that matter) when people sell something awful, something whose mere use constitutes abuse, and get away with it? They are not asked to apologize. Their names are not posted on some wall so that .> they can be shamed. They are not punished and, indeed, have arranged matters so that the punishment to their companies is limited—no class action lawsuits, for instance. Some years ago, my friend "C" worked on the cigarette account at an advertising agency. He felt he had to. It was his job. But he was ashamed an5rway and he seemed pained whenever anyone Kt up. He always rebuked me. I smoked Camels back then. Convicts smoke Camels, he told me. They have nothing to live for. Lawyers—not ministers or ethicists—have structured this -greemnt-mTtHheyiTtaTridtmr^^irat • j-' lawyers do. It could not, I know, be otherwise. The result, though, is morally preposterous—a reduction of smoking by children from one level to another level until in 10 years it falls 60%. What about the others? Please, be reasonable, I hear voices tell me. This is the best that could be done. I'd like the cigarette executives to be like my friend "C." I'd like them to admit guilt, confess shame, acknowledge agreed. I'd like them all to perform some public act of penance, maybe volunteer work in a hospice where their customers go to • die. I'dlikekids to learn thatprofitsdo not counterbalance immoral behavior and you cannot yell "free will!" when, as it happens, you are selling a sweet poison. I want contrition. What I'm getting, though, is more smoke. o rhar,na tr, loam an^ • The people responsible for the tragic death of 7-year-old Sherrice Iverson in a Southern Nevada casino this month are the sorry teen-age predator who allegedly killed her and the indifferent father who has been accused of leaving her defenseless in the middle of the night. Among the many stories we've heard over the years of parents who felt the urge to gamble stronger than the urge to protect their offspring, this is by far the worst. Among the far-too-many stories of murdered children we've seen, this is one of the saddest. Surely this was one of the most easily prevented, too. The predator's friend knew something bad was going Ge t him on in that rest room, and did nothing. A casino security camera recorded a man entering a woman's rest room but no one noticed. Security personnel warned the father not to leave the child alone, but nothing was done to force him to take his responsibilities seriously. If someone, anyone, had done something, anything, that young girl might still be alive. So, despite the fact that the casino is not to blame for the tragedy, the murder of a young child nevertheless portrays Nevada's most important industry in a very poor light. Potential tourists are going to wonder whether they want to visit a state where children are left alone in the middle of the night and predators are able to molest, or even kill, them while no one notices. The industry must act quickly to reassure the public that it is taking every improve even at the cost of a few errors? Shouldn't he and every child regardless of the sport learn the valuable lessons of good sportsmanship and hard work? Should he have to endure the mental and physical abuse of a tyrannical coach just to win or should he be out there to have fun? We, as well as many other parents believe it should be the latter. • • • • • It is time the Henderson Little League and the "Good Old Boys" were held accountable for their actions. If all the parents and players were kept informed of the meetings, elections and general business, maybe something could be accomplished, but unfortunately most parents are not among the "select few" and their opinions, feelings and criticisms are meaningless. We truly encourage other parents to educate themselves about the issues addressed here and put a stop to the power and ego driven individuals that are taking the fun out of an organization designed for kids. Every child in this community should at least have a chance to try without the ridiculous pressure of constantly being expected to win at their expense. AUDRY BONDURANT out of tragedy. Some very simple measures, in place already in some northern ; Nevada casinos, mak sense: •Children under the age of 10 should not be anywhere in the casino, including arcades, without an ad ult Despite all the talk about familyfriendly resorts, a casino is an adult environment that by its nature is dangerous for a child. If a parent must be warned more than once to look after his or her child, it's time to call in a law enforcement agency. •Arcades should be off-limits to anyone under the age of 21 between midnight and 6 a.m. If they're too young to gamble, they don't belong there. •Rest-room entrances and other areas of casinos where security is looser because of privacy issues should be monitored much more closely, particularly at night. The sight of a man entering a women's rest room certainly should be a cause for immediate action. "==Aara^heF yoaings1sBrinip}y taiintJt'"'" be allowed to die in a Nevada casino. .. ever. -/y: ''^."S-^'' • • '.; Reno GeuettB' Journal BILL HANLON Should students learn a foreign language in school? Having attended a Catholic high school, I had to take two years of Latin, two years of Spanish and two years of Italian. They were elective courses in the sense I got to choose which courses would overlap in the 10th and 11th grades. Some kids think English is foreign enough. After all, how many languages have people driving on parkways and parking on driveways. Latin was once regarded as the universal language; its remnants can still be seen today in English. Many young adults are more familiar with commonly used Latin abbreviations, words or phrases than they think. If nptjlet's rectify that for them today* and you can check your owrn knowledge at the same time. As you read these, you may mistakenly think these were just EngUsh words or phrases. We have adopted many and use them without realizing we are using a foreign language. Let's begin with ad hoc, with respect to this. You normally hear this expression when a board wants to form an ad hoc committee to deal with a specific item. Ad infinitum, to infinity. Someone likes to talk ad infinitum. Ad libitum, abbreviated as ad lib, means at one's pleasure. You get to ad lib when giving a speech. Ad volorem, according to the value. This is used when speaking about taxes. Alias, otherwise called. We hear about aliases being used all the time, often a street name. Alibi, in another place. When someone is said to have an tdibi, it means they could not have committed the crime because they were in another place. Alma mater, foster mother. A school is often to me referred to as an alma mater. Bona fide, in good faith. Caveat emptor, let the buyer beware, rarely heeded consumer warning. Corpus delecti, body or substance of the offense. De facto, from the fact. Et cetera, and so forth. Ex officio, by virtue of office. Ex post facto, retroactively, grandfathered in. Habeas corpus, have the body. I bet you didn't know you knew so much Latin. Many words we use today are actually Latin derivatives. For example, material in English is materielJnlialiiL Id est, that is. We often see it abbreviated as i.e. In absentia, in or during absence. In loco parentis, in place of a parent. Teachers act in loco parentis. Ipso facto, fi"om the very fact. Magna cum laude, with great praise. Mea culpa, by my fault. Modus operandi, manner of doing things, often abbreviated as someone's m.o. Per diem, by the day. Per se, by itself. Post hoc, after this. Prima facie, at first view. Pro bono publico, the public good. Pro bono work is often done by attorneys for nothing. In court, you \ might hear about prima facie evidence. Persona non grata, a person who is not acceptable. Quasi, as if, as it were. Quid pro quo, something for something. Quod erat demonstrandum, to be demonstrated. Often abbreviated after mathematical proofs, QED. Reductio ad absurdum, reduction to an absurdity. The phrase made popular by the U.S. Marines— semper fidelis —means always faithful. Sine die is used in the legislature, without a day or a day has not been identified. Status quo, the state in which anjd;hing was or is. Summa cum laude, with the highest praise. Verbatim, word for word. The Periodic Table in chemistry uses Latin abbreviations. Iron is Fe, because iron in Latin is ferrum, as mercury is hydragyrum, or Hg. You may have noticed the abbreviation for pound is lb. Again that comes from the Latin libra. Nota bene, written as N.B., means to take notice. The obituary column comes from La t in ubi it, meanin|^1l5TJf "Bfiie died. How many times have you used a P.S. at the end of letter: that comes from postscriptum. There are more we are familiar with. A.D. anno Domini, in the year of our Lord. We tell time with Latin abbreviations. Ante meridiem, a.m., means before noon, while post meridiem, p.m., is afternoon. In churches we see I.N.R.I., lesus Nazarenus, Rex ludaeorum, or Jesus of Nazareth, King of the Jews; or I.H.S., lesus Hominum Salvator, or y Jesus, the Saviour of Men. The English language is filled with Latin cognates. In fact, the romantic languages of Spanish and Italian are closely related to Latin. If you know one of those languages, it is not hard to learn the other. Hanlon, a Las Vegas resident v\/ho writes a column about eEnghshducation, sits on tlie State Board of Education, is the administrator for the Clark County School District's Math/Science Institute and is a part-time instructor at UNLV r-' .^'--V.'-^^ Conductor Kodolfo Fernandez was brilliant in drawing the fkie sofi sotmds of^ "Pink Panther" to the drama rising from "Phantom of the Opera." Bravo! I applaud the NCS for their dedication to bringing "music" to the masses and allowing us to experience the sounds and sights of music, true beautifiil music. Thank you. We intend to come to as many of your performances as possible. 7^ "^7'"'^"^^ KAREN ROOD D'ANNA ROOD VICKISEEBOCK Thanks from PUSH Editon On June 19-20, the Journey of Hope cross-country cycling team made a stop in Las Vegas, en route to Washington D.C. On behalf of PUSH America and all 33 members of the team, we would like to thank the tremendous kindness and support that the people of Las Vegas showed during our stay. We would especially like to thank our sponsors: the Saturn of West Sahara, the Saturn of Henderson, the Las Vegas Stars, the City of Las Vegas Adaptive Recreation and the Wet n' Wild. The food, lodging artd events were most appreciated, especially after a long day of riding! This year is the 10th summer of the Journey of Hope, a program of PUSH America, the national outreach organization of Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity. Our mission is to raise funds and public awareness on behalf of people with disabilities. This special trip would still only be an idea if it wasn't for the volunteers that sponsor the team. With the continued support from cities like Las Vegas, we will „abla tfl PYpanH niir Jniimpy nf Hnpo ^n^ rontintip tnmflkp fl diffprcnc Thank you, and we look forward to seeing you again next summer! THE 1997 JOURNEY OF HOPE TEAM Families of the U.S. Marine embassy security guards who were shot to death 12 years ago by communist rebels at a San Salvador sidewalk cafe have every reason to feel betrayed by their government. •Imagine having^ to letim-^primarily through news accoimts—that the terrorist leader who signed the communique taking credit for that callous massacre is living in the U.S.. Imagine too, that the reported mastermind of what has come to be known as "the Zona Rosa slayings"— Pedro Antonio Andrade—and his family were brought to this country yeaflrs ago at U.S. taxpayer expense. j/This, however, isn't fantasy: As a ^^enate intelligence hearing disclosed last month, the murders occurred, a man linked to the murders is in ~" America, and justice has not been served. Two questions have been left imanswered, but not for long, we hope. Who should be held accountable for Pedro Andrade's presence in the U.S.? How long will it take to deport him back to El Salvador? One thing is clear: He is no illegal immigrant in the usual sense. His entry was made possible through a special "humanitarian" parole process that permits foreigners to come here if their lives are in jeopardy from having cooperated with U.S. officials in their home country. The Senate intelligence committee hearing was called to learn how Andrade was allowed to enter the U.S. "despite all the evidence linking him to the killings," according to committee Chairman Richard Shelby. It's a fair question that cries out for an answer. Instead, the committee was treated to a bureaucratic fingerpointing exercise in which the State Department and the CIA blamed each other for initiating the idea. It was a sorry ctacle. — KNOW YOUR REPRESENTATIVES President Bill Clinton: White House, 1600 Pennsylvania Ave., Washington D.C 20510, (202)456-1414. .— U.S. Sen. Harry Reid, D-Nev. 528 Senate Hart Office Building, Washington, D.C. 20510, (202) 224-3542, Fax (202)224-7327; 300 Las Vegas Blvd. S #1610, Las Vegas, NV 89101, 474-0041. EMail: senator_reid@reid.senate.gov Home Page: http://www.senate.gov/ -raid ; ; • • • -.; • :.,. • .. • • ';' : / '. U.S. Sen. Richard Bryan, D-Nev. 269 Senate Russell Office Building, Washington, D.C. 20510, (202) 224-6244; 300 S. Las Vegas Blvd. Suita 1110, Las Vegas, NV 89101. 388-6605. E-Mail: http:// www.senate.gov/-bryanU.S. Rep. John Ensign, R-Nev. 414 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, D.C. 20515. (202) 225-5965; 1000 E. Sahara, Suite 101, Las Vegas, NV 89104, 731-1801. E-Mail: engsign@hr.house.gov ^v^t,l:•.yn: .>^:'--4• ^ 0,{-.' • jfji U.S. Rep. Jim Gibbons, R-Nev.1116 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, D.C. 20515. (202) 225-6T55; 850 Durango Dr., Suite 107, Las Vegas, NV 89128; 255-1651; fax 255-1927. Jiflv. Bob Miller: Capitol Complex, Carson CityrNV 89710, 6§7-§670; 555 E. Washington Ave. Suite 5100, Las Vegas, NV 89101. 486-2500. E-Mail: governor@gownail.state.nv.us ;.: ••., •• • ;• > State Sen. Ann O'Conneli (R, District 5): Capitol Complex, Carson City, NV 89710, 687-5702; 7225 Montecito Circle, Las Vegas, NV 89120-3118. Office phone: 434-4020. Home phone: 451-3444, • • State Sen. Bill O'Donnell (R-District 5): Capitol Connplex, Carson City, NV 89710, 687-3650. 2995 S. Jones Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89102-5309. Office phone: 873-2724. Home phone: 873-2724. ., ^ State Sen. Jon Porter (R-District 1 ): Capitol Complex, Carson City, NV 89710, Office: 294-1004. 601 Whitney Ranch Dr., Suite 16, Henderson, NV 890142643. Home: 294-1981. EDITORIAL From Page 6 should simply raise the exclusion rate for them. If it really wants to help the millions of small businesses in America that must operate under onerous burdens*, it should lower payroll taxes. This bad behavior on the inheritance tax issue is yet another example of why, for the GOP, the positive message of lowering taxes gets lost in the issue of fairness. Instead of being a supporter of the middle class, the GOP opens itself up to being mean to the poor and helpful to the rich—all over again. The plain fact is that on the issues of lowering taxes, balancing the budget, and reforming entitlements, the country is center-right and squarely behind the GOP. But when the GOP veers to the fringe or caters to tiny slivers of well-to-do constituents, it loses that backing and makes itself vulnerable. Similar behavior is typical of the Democrats. Better to stick to the middle ground, sheath the partisan knives, and battle for the public's vote in 2000 on core issues. Bu$ine$ Week The State Department admitted generating the proposal, but William Walker, who was U.S. ambassador to El Salvador when Andrade got the green light, said the CIA—having benefited richly fi'om Andrade's informing on his former rebel colleagues came up with the idea and the funds. Not so, said the CIA's general counsel Michael O'Neill. The agency and the Justice Department opposed letting him in, O'Neill said, because of information that pointed to Andrade as the mastermind. So who initiated the action that landed him here almost seven years ago? At the end of the hearing, no one seemed to know—or at least would own up to knowing The probe continues. One matter should be brought to a conclusion, however. Andrade reportedly is in detention, facing deportation back to El Salvador. He should be sent on his way. Washington Poet SEND US YOUR SIGNED LETTERS TO THE EDITOR issss^^P^ State Sen. Dina Titus (D-District7): Capitol Complex, Carson City, NV 89710, 687-8123; Mailing Address: 1637 Travois Circle, Las Vegas, NV 89119-6283. Office phone: 826-5050. Home: 798-8348. State Sen. Kathy Augustine (R-District 7): Capitol Complex, Carson City, NV 89710, P.O. Box 61482, Las Vegas, NV 89160-1492. Home: 387-5922. State Assemblywoman Kathy Von tobel (RDistrict 20): 401 S, Carson Street, Carson City, NV 89710. (702 () 684-8839 State Assemblywoman Gene Segerblom (D-District22): 401 S Carson Street, Carson City, NV 89710, 687-361 I^P.O. Box 61136, Boulder City, NV. 89006Al^^tiome. pho ne-?93-?fi? 6 ; ________ State Assemblywoman Sandra Tiffany (R-District 21 ): 401 S. Carson Street, Carson City, NV 89710, 684-8839; 2289 Cassatt Dr., Henderson, NV 890145060. Home 451-7301. State Assemblyman Richard Perkins (D-District 23): 401 S. Carson Street, Carson City, NV 89710, 687-8110. 408 Glasgow St., Henderson, NV 890155630. Office phone: 565-8933. Home: 566-6542. Toil-Free Legislative Hotline: 1-800-367-5057 MayorJim Gibson: Henderson City Hall, 240WaterSt„ Henderson, NV 89015. 565-2085. Clark County Commissioner Bruce Woodbury (R-District A): Clark County Government Center, 5003. Grand Central Parkway, Las Vegas, NV89155-1601. 455-3500. • Clark County Commissioner Lorraine Hunt (R-District G): Clark County Government Center, 500 S. Grand Central Parkway, Las Vegas, NV89155-1601. 455-3500. Clark County School District Board Trustee Mary Beth Scow (District A): Education Center, 2832 E. Flamingo Road, Las Vegas, NV. 799-1072. Clark County School District Board Trustee Judy Witt (District G): Education Center, 2832 W. Flamingo Road, Las Vegas, NV 799-1072. University-Community College Regent Mark Alden (District D): 3910 PecosMcLeod, Suite 100, Las Vegas, NV 89121; 4544999: fax, 8984845.

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mm ^m^mmtmmmmmmmm^imm^mi Page 8 Henderson Home News Thursday, June 26, 1997 Community UNITED WE STAND AMERICA Thursday, Jurw 26,6:30 p.m., Whitney Library, 5175 E. Troplcana. The video presentation is David Icke speaking on "The Turning of the TkJe." VETERANS ASSOCIATION Saturday, Juna 28. The China Burma India Veterans Association will meet. Call Hal Miller, 363-3627, or Jasper Vaughn, 878-6860, for nfx>re information. GEM COLLECTORS Tuasday, July 1,6 p.m., Las Vegas Senior Center, 451E. Bonanza Road. Clark County Gem Collectors will hold their annual pot =luck dinner. Members call Jaen Rupprecht, 459-8747. Visitors always welcome, admission is free. Call 564-7912. ISLAND X-1 SEABEES Thursday, July 3, American Legion Post *8, Veterans Memorial Highway. Anytxxjy connected with Seabees is welcome. Call Marion Nance, 733-1897, or Norm Pratt, 735-0126. IRIS CULTURE Saturday, July 5-6,7 a.m.. Green Valley Store, 8725 S. Eastern. Iris will be on display and many other may be purchased from the Southem Nevada Iris Society members. • • ': • : • i. y • ART ENCOUNTER 'Tu caday r rld ay 1-e s^fRr --^.^^.y-S?* • Spring Mountain Road. View artist Wolfgang Ritschel's work at art Encounter. Ritschel's subject matter is based on his worldwide travel. Free to the public. For information, call 227-0220. RAFFLE FOR UFE Saturday, July 26, 4 to 6 p.m., Ben Stepman Yugo-Hyundal, 460 N. Boulder Highway. A raffle to help Tom Duesler and family with bone marrow transplant and other medical expenses. Tickets can be purchased at, Johnny Mac's restaurant, the Henderson Boys and Girls Club, Tangles Hair Salon or from coach John V^ise at Basic High School. CAMP SUPERKIDS ASTHMA CAMP Aug. 1-3. Camp Supertn. JEWISH WAR VETERANS First Sundsy of each month, 1 p.m.. Green Valley Library. The Jewish War Veterans Post 65 will meet. New members are weteome call 4564386. SURVIVORS OF SUICIDE The Suk:kle Prevention Center is looking for volunteers to man the hotline. 7312990, ask for Ewy. At the Library GREEN VALLEY LIBRARY 2797 N. Green Valley Parkway, Henderson — 435-1840 Thursday, June 26 10 a.m.. Desert Newcomers' coffee (Sunset Room) 12 noon, BUNWC, VAlley Women's Get Together (Conference Room) 5 p.m., Whitnew Ranch Homeowners' Association general meeting (Sunset Room) 6 p.m.. Green Valley South Homeowners* Association board meeting (Conference Room) Friday, June 27 9 a.m.. Mommy and Me Crafts (Sunset Room) Saturday, June 28 10 a.m.. Family Consultants (Sunset Room) Sunday, June 29 1 p.m., Farsi Class (Sunset Room) Monday, June 30 6:30 p.m.. Green Valley Soccer Club informational meeting (Sunset Room) Tuesday, July 1 6 p.m., Westwood Village Homeowners' Association executive board meeting (Sunset Room) Wednesday, July 2 10 a.m.. Desert Newcomers' Book Club (Sunset Room) Consumer tip The Nevada Attorney General's office provides the following consumer information: pecially senior citizens — face a barrage of claims about healthrelated products and services. OTten it is very difficult to tell the difference between fact or fiction when it comes to selecting a health care product or service. A new booklet by the Federal Trade Commission and the Office of the Attorney General can hel p consumers ask the right questions about products and services. The new booklet, "Who Cares: Sources of Information About "Hea}th-=€)ai^'Prodistt9"aad"S€f>--' vices," offers information to help consumers know how to avoid deceptive claims and who to contact about claims for alternative medicines or prescription drugs, complaints about nursing care facilities and much more. To get your free copy of the booklet, call the Attorney General's Consumer Protection Division, toll free, at 1 (800)4722600. AMERICAN FENCE CO. "FOR ALL OF YOUR FEHCIMO iWSEDS' PORTABLE HORSE SHADES o 8' X 12' 100 r UMIMMMJUUZZi 8' X 16' ^ ,^ lOOll $250' ijjXWW \ lli.llllUMMlJJjyj'^ n n LV\vuuiiiiiff////yy/x^ \s.\\\\\\\tiiuMinitijyy, fl •WROUGHTIRON • HORSE CORRALS • FARM FENCING • GATES o 10' X 16' $265 SHELTERS WOOD VINYL FENCE DOG RUNS Craig 4230LOSEERD. ^^^ • ^1)1)^ Cheyenne 0) 0) (0 o in ^^^"iiiiHi*iHiWiMPP|VliPPPPIVIWWi iHiiii Allen baby arrives Rudy and Pam Parker and Larry and Marilyn Allen are proud to aimounce the 12:08 a.m. June 22, 1997, arrival of their granddaughter, Brittany Anne Allen at Sunrise Hospital. She weired 5 lbs. 11 oz. and was 19 1/2 indiiec long. Hie baby's parents are Nathan and Tina Allen, who live in Las Vef as, but look forward to moving back to Henderson. Both parents graduated firom Basic High School, Tina in 1989, and Nathan in 1990. Tina has worked at Smith's on Boulder Highway for eight years. The baby is the first grandchild for the Aliens, and the second grandchild for the Parkers. //} the opporturiity you've been dreaming of. Affordable homes just 3 minutes avuay from Lake Mead Toucan Trails by the Lake offers you a quiet secluded location and prime access to boating fishing and skiing. And since we're also just minutes from Boulder CityTyou'll haxfe the best of both worlds! M50-2,226 Sq. ff. Starting at $125,990 N TOUCAN TRAILS BY THE LAKE \ Phone 564-1706 Sales by Needham Realty by the Lake BHOKERCO-OP HOMES IMLMl^for QentTutkm* to Ctamc. Thursday, June 26, 1997 Henderson Home News Page 9 White MS students honored for their achievements Each quarter throughout the school year, White Middle School students achieving a 3.0 GPA or better are honored at grade level honor roll assemblies. Students receive Honor Roll certificates, Honor Card, bumper stickers, coupons from neighborhood merchants and participate on a field trip. Contributors have included Mountasia, Scandia, Las Vegas Thunder, Burger King, McDonald's, Taco Bell, and Pepsi. The students went to UNLV accompanied by their principal and guidance counselors, treated to an all-you-can-eat gourmet breakfast, and a tour of the campus by UNLV student ambassadors. Businesses which wjOttld like to recognize outstandmg students for their accomplishments, should call Mrs. Mallo, 799-0777 ext. 309, after Aug. 4. Breakfast of champions White MS students showing marked improvement throughout the 1996-97 school year were honored at an end-of-year Breakfast of Champions. Students and parents were invited to attend a continental breakfasiand view excerpts ft"om the film," Rudy." Henderson resident Rudy Ruettiger spoke on the students' achievements. Students received certificates and coupons from local merchants in recognition of their improved motivation and sucINCLUDE5: Soup or Salad, Choice of Potato, Veggie & Dinner Roll Breakfast served 11pm 11 am. • Sat. & Sun. 1 lam 12pm Specials Start at 99C '* Home-made Desserts** ^^^£-SMAL4^4STSUTFRf£NBl1EST€AS!N
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mm ^m^mmtmmmmmmmm^imm^mi Page 8 Henderson Home News Thursday, June 26, 1997 Community UNITED WE STAND AMERICA Thursday, Jurw 26,6:30 p.m., Whitney Library, 5175 E. Troplcana. The video presentation is David Icke speaking on "The Turning of the TkJe." VETERANS ASSOCIATION Saturday, Juna 28. The China Burma India Veterans Association will meet. Call Hal Miller, 363-3627, or Jasper Vaughn, 878-6860, for nfx>re information. GEM COLLECTORS Tuasday, July 1,6 p.m., Las Vegas Senior Center, 451E. Bonanza Road. Clark County Gem Collectors will hold their annual pot =luck dinner. Members call Jaen Rupprecht, 459-8747. Visitors always welcome, admission is free. Call 564-7912. ISLAND X-1 SEABEES Thursday, July 3, American Legion Post *8, Veterans Memorial Highway. Anytxxjy connected with Seabees is welcome. Call Marion Nance, 733-1897, or Norm Pratt, 735-0126. IRIS CULTURE Saturday, July 5-6,7 a.m.. Green Valley Store, 8725 S. Eastern. Iris will be on display and many other may be purchased from the Southem Nevada Iris Society members. • • ': • : • i. y • ART ENCOUNTER 'Tu caday r rld ay 1-e s^fRr --^.^^.y-S?* • Spring Mountain Road. View artist Wolfgang Ritschel's work at art Encounter. Ritschel's subject matter is based on his worldwide travel. Free to the public. For information, call 227-0220. RAFFLE FOR UFE Saturday, July 26, 4 to 6 p.m., Ben Stepman Yugo-Hyundal, 460 N. Boulder Highway. A raffle to help Tom Duesler and family with bone marrow transplant and other medical expenses. Tickets can be purchased at, Johnny Mac's restaurant, the Henderson Boys and Girls Club, Tangles Hair Salon or from coach John V^ise at Basic High School. CAMP SUPERKIDS ASTHMA CAMP Aug. 1-3. Camp Supertn. JEWISH WAR VETERANS First Sundsy of each month, 1 p.m.. Green Valley Library. The Jewish War Veterans Post 65 will meet. New members are weteome call 4564386. SURVIVORS OF SUICIDE The Suk:kle Prevention Center is looking for volunteers to man the hotline. 7312990, ask for Ewy. At the Library GREEN VALLEY LIBRARY 2797 N. Green Valley Parkway, Henderson — 435-1840 Thursday, June 26 10 a.m.. Desert Newcomers' coffee (Sunset Room) 12 noon, BUNWC, VAlley Women's Get Together (Conference Room) 5 p.m., Whitnew Ranch Homeowners' Association general meeting (Sunset Room) 6 p.m.. Green Valley South Homeowners* Association board meeting (Conference Room) Friday, June 27 9 a.m.. Mommy and Me Crafts (Sunset Room) Saturday, June 28 10 a.m.. Family Consultants (Sunset Room) Sunday, June 29 1 p.m., Farsi Class (Sunset Room) Monday, June 30 6:30 p.m.. Green Valley Soccer Club informational meeting (Sunset Room) Tuesday, July 1 6 p.m., Westwood Village Homeowners' Association executive board meeting (Sunset Room) Wednesday, July 2 10 a.m.. Desert Newcomers' Book Club (Sunset Room) Consumer tip The Nevada Attorney General's office provides the following consumer information: pecially senior citizens — face a barrage of claims about healthrelated products and services. OTten it is very difficult to tell the difference between fact or fiction when it comes to selecting a health care product or service. A new booklet by the Federal Trade Commission and the Office of the Attorney General can hel p consumers ask the right questions about products and services. The new booklet, "Who Cares: Sources of Information About "Hea}th-=€)ai^'Prodistt9"aad"S€f>--' vices," offers information to help consumers know how to avoid deceptive claims and who to contact about claims for alternative medicines or prescription drugs, complaints about nursing care facilities and much more. To get your free copy of the booklet, call the Attorney General's Consumer Protection Division, toll free, at 1 (800)4722600. AMERICAN FENCE CO. "FOR ALL OF YOUR FEHCIMO iWSEDS' PORTABLE HORSE SHADES o 8' X 12' 100 r UMIMMMJUUZZi 8' X 16' ^ ,^ lOOll $250' ijjXWW \ lli.llllUMMlJJjyj'^ n n LV\vuuiiiiiff////yy/x^ \s.\\\\\\\tiiuMinitijyy, fl •WROUGHTIRON • HORSE CORRALS • FARM FENCING • GATES o 10' X 16' $265 SHELTERS WOOD VINYL FENCE DOG RUNS Craig 4230LOSEERD. ^^^ • ^1)1)^ Cheyenne 0) 0) (0 o in ^^^"iiiiHi*iHiWiMPP|VliPPPPIVIWWi iHiiii Allen baby arrives Rudy and Pam Parker and Larry and Marilyn Allen are proud to aimounce the 12:08 a.m. June 22, 1997, arrival of their granddaughter, Brittany Anne Allen at Sunrise Hospital. She weired 5 lbs. 11 oz. and was 19 1/2 indiiec long. Hie baby's parents are Nathan and Tina Allen, who live in Las Vef as, but look forward to moving back to Henderson. Both parents graduated firom Basic High School, Tina in 1989, and Nathan in 1990. Tina has worked at Smith's on Boulder Highway for eight years. The baby is the first grandchild for the Aliens, and the second grandchild for the Parkers. //} the opporturiity you've been dreaming of. Affordable homes just 3 minutes avuay from Lake Mead Toucan Trails by the Lake offers you a quiet secluded location and prime access to boating fishing and skiing. And since we're also just minutes from Boulder CityTyou'll haxfe the best of both worlds! M50-2,226 Sq. ff. Starting at $125,990 N TOUCAN TRAILS BY THE LAKE \ Phone 564-1706 Sales by Needham Realty by the Lake BHOKERCO-OP HOMES IMLMl^for QentTutkm* to Ctamc. Thursday, June 26, 1997 Henderson Home News Page 9 White MS students honored for their achievements Each quarter throughout the school year, White Middle School students achieving a 3.0 GPA or better are honored at grade level honor roll assemblies. Students receive Honor Roll certificates, Honor Card, bumper stickers, coupons from neighborhood merchants and participate on a field trip. Contributors have included Mountasia, Scandia, Las Vegas Thunder, Burger King, McDonald's, Taco Bell, and Pepsi. The students went to UNLV accompanied by their principal and guidance counselors, treated to an all-you-can-eat gourmet breakfast, and a tour of the campus by UNLV student ambassadors. Businesses which wjOttld like to recognize outstandmg students for their accomplishments, should call Mrs. Mallo, 799-0777 ext. 309, after Aug. 4. Breakfast of champions White MS students showing marked improvement throughout the 1996-97 school year were honored at an end-of-year Breakfast of Champions. Students and parents were invited to attend a continental breakfasiand view excerpts ft"om the film," Rudy." Henderson resident Rudy Ruettiger spoke on the students' achievements. Students received certificates and coupons from local merchants in recognition of their improved motivation and sucINCLUDE5: Soup or Salad, Choice of Potato, Veggie & Dinner Roll Breakfast served 11pm 11 am. • Sat. & Sun. 1 lam 12pm Specials Start at 99C '* Home-made Desserts** ^^^£-SMAL4^4STSUTFRf£NBl1EST€AS!N
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wmm wmm "^^ •jmf' Page 10 Henderson Home News Thursday, June 26, 1997 •Thursday, June 26, 1997 Henderson Home News Page 11 Firefighters to serve Saturday bruncli SENIOR CENTER HIGHLIGHTS 27 E. TEXAS ST. 565-6990 The center is open for all activities from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. F^onday to Friday; from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturdays; and from 6 to 10 p.m., Monday to Thursday. Brunch, lunch volunteer's Henderson Police Chief Tommy Burns, department vol~ unteers and their families will serve a made-to-order brunch Saturday at the center. Burns and his burners will start early in the morning to ready the biscuits, pancakes and gravy for hungry seniors attending the brunch. Brunch will be served for $1.25 from 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Saturday, June 28. The Senior Center thanks Terry Perkins for the hard work she puts in organizing department volunteers and gathering extra goodies to be served. Seniors new to Henderson are invited to attend the Saturday Brunch to meet the volunteers iirom the police department and learn about the many programs ofTered at the Senior C enter. Sunday lunch The Sunday lunches served by RSVP volunteers have been very successful, thanks to the special efforts of Betty Dukes, Nona Ferryman, Jean Sadler and Marie Arey with assistance from George and Clara Hanson. The delicious lunches are served for $1, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Congratulations, St. Rose! St. Rose staff visited the center to extend an invitation to join in its 50th anniversary celebration, at 7 p.m. Friday, June 27, at Timet Field, at the corner of Lake Mead and Water Street The celebration will include food booths, entertainment, games and anniversary cake. Fireworks will begin at 9:30 p.m. Bring a blanket and chair and join the festivities. Old Town ^ • ^ANTIQUES COLLECTABLES 1325 ARIZONA ST. BOULDER CITY • 293-3975 •Buy •5e(/ *[ocafe 'Appraisals 'Estate Sales CALL TODAY! Space Available for Dealers] ^HPfP i^W^* Courtesy Photo SUPER COOKS—Volunteers from the Lev! Community Involvement Team are regular contributors to the Saturday Brunch at the Center. In the front row, from left, are Sheryl Maus, Jackie Ellinburg, Susan Hall, Danny Villas, Karen Ceba and Jo Ann Proffitt. Back row: Bob Maus, Dave Ellinburg and Brian Hall. Summer crafts RSVP volunteer Kathy Shively is working on summer grafts. Seniors get together at 9"&.m. on the second and third Fridays of each month to work on special projects. Those with craft items to donate are asked to drop them off at the center. Items especially needed include material, lace and trim of all kinds. ^ Reminders •Citizens Area Transit has a new application procedure for seniors in need of transportation for the handicapped. Call CAI, Paratransit at 228-4800 for information. •Arepresentative from Senior Law is available by appointment at the center once a month. Some services provided include simple wills, living wills, power of attorney, long-term health care planning, consumer disputes and small claims instructions, landlord/tenant disputes, homesteads, intervention in elder abuse matters and more. Call 229-6596 for more information or to schedule an appointment. •Full Social Security services are available twice each month at the center from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Wednesdays, July 2 and July 16. •The Nevada State Department of Motor Vehicles provides driver's license and photo ID services to seniors at the center on the first Thursday of each month. Representatives will be available from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Thursday, July 5. Some organizations and services are dark in summer. Check door Pool, 565-2123, for available programs. Home-bound meals Catholic Charities of Southern Nevada cooks and delivers meals on wheels from the Henderson Senior Center on Monday through Friday to Henderson See Seniors Page 11 witn tne cluo organizer or agency representative for changes in meeting times. Activities The Henderson Senior Center has activities ranging from art to Scrabble, concerts, health seminars, recreation and social activities. To receive the Henderson Senior Center Newsletter by mail, send several stamped, self-addressed business-sized envelopes to: 27 E. Texas St., Henderson, NV 89015. The center will m^il a newsletter each month. For more senior activities, call the Kesterson Valley View Recreation Center, 565-2121; Silver Springs Recreation Center, 4352880; Black Mountain Recreation Center/Aquatic Complex, 565-2880; and the Williams InJ^{i}hii)ii(i Trees. Plants, Flowers, Pots. Statuary, Garden Decor & much more! 293-4987 Marshall Plaza in Boulder Uity W Measuring Success One Investor At A Time We are pleased to announce the openinjj of a third.Us Vegas location: Dean Witter Reynolds Inc. dreen \'alley/Hendersn Call or visit us today. Perry A. Bdsch Senior Vice IVesident, ,, Investments ; ,; Dwight (Jould Associate Vice l^esidenl. Investments Ronald K. Uaintt -^ Investments ^ Gary S. Rosenberg Vice President.^ Investments ".'• :, Philip A Tynan • • -.' Vice President, Investments Daniel O'Leary .Account Kxecutive Jessica L Anes Associate Vice lYi'sidenl. .' Investments • • Randy S. Goldhamrner Associate Vice IVesident, Investments Robert D. Imlay V • T^sm n tf V ic e P ie'sitleut. Investments Erik Kirschner ,' Account Hxeculive Steve Nkzgoda Account Hxeculive .. Gene McAteer Associate Vice IVesident, Investments Alan S. Mann Kirs! Vice IVesident, Investnienls Branch Manager We cordially invite you lo visit or call our new-office at: Corporate Center II 701 N. Creen Valley Parkway, Suite lOD :. • Henderson, NV 89014 "i: l).-.in Willii l(,sii..l,l hh MiiiihirSII'l (702) 270-8880 m DEAN WITTER AUTOPARTS OPEN 7AIVI TO MIDNIGHT 565-9900 0li imporl or domestic cars & light trucks. Selectisal 'stor e R o g.Ml.^'Mo^JQ.' rofh. —| 50% OFF EVERY WHEEL COVER IN STOCK! LTftA UmA FROM choose frorri'a variety oT stylish designyFijr I 1 2S^/o OFF AUTOSHADE SUNSHADES | Available in a variety of colors. Blocks 100% of l harmful UV rays, sunlight and heat to protect car • JJ 99i each I FAN BELTS Over 100 part #'s to meet your needs. SENIORS: Actiwties listed From page 10 home-bound seniors. Some restrictions apply. Call Catholic Charities, 565-4626 for information on home-delivered weekday meals. Weekday lunches Catholic Charities of Southern Nevada provides lunch at the center from 11:30 a.m. to -12:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, for a suggested donation of $1.25. Some restrictions apply For infermation on the weekday lunch program and the daily menu, cal^565-4626. FASTRELIABLE GUARANTEED Boulder Highway & Palo Verde Henderson Phone: 565-0522 ACROSS FROM THE MOVIE THEATER Havoline • S5.00 OFF our regular S24.95 14-Point service I Oil & Filter Change, I $1 095 ^^^^ ^"^ 14-Point I '^ JL^# Checkup. Includes I 3 Free Car Washes Wiih ihii dd Mosi cari Incluaes 5 Quarts ol Havoline Formula 3 molor oil Expires 7-31-97 Courtesy Photo THANKS — Catholic Charities of Southern Nevada Henderson area nutrition program representatives present a 'thank you" bannertothe high school students who worked in the kitchen this past semester, .1 Lake Las Vegas promotes O'Boyle Officials of Lake Las Vegas Resort, tihe $4 billion international residential and resort destination in Henderson, have announced the promotion of Sherri O'Boyle from director of marketing to vice president of marketing. She joined the resort in Tfainuai^ 19947 antflivei^Sfi'lir' marketing, advertising and public relations efforts for the world-class development. ^ "Lake Las Vegas Resort's grrowth in the national and international arenas has placed immense demands on our marketing eflforts," said Ronald F. Boeddeker, chairman of Transcontinental Corp. and president of the resort. "Sherri has proven to possess the expertise and creativity needed to meet these demands and to help move our project to the next level." Her experience will play a key role in marketing several new neighborhoods for SouthShore, the private residential community. Bella Vivente, a gated enclave of 41 courtyard villas priced from the mid-$500,000,,. recently debuted, and a community ofwaterfrontcondominiums is scheduled to begin sellinglater this year. Also planned for this year is an exclusive neighborhood of acre-estate hpmesites priced from $1 million. Currently more than 70% of custom homesites in *="Smith9ht]fr&'iraTir"beieH'= chased. The resort also includes MonteLago, the resort development on the north shore of the lake. Sodding is imderway on Nevada's first Jack Nicklausdesigned resort golf course and grading is continuing on sites slated for the 500-room Hyatt Regency, the Grand Bay Resort and The Village at MonteLago, an upscale entertainment retail plaza. The MonteLago masterplan calls for up to six hotel/resorts, three championship resort golf courses, European-style gaming and an aquatic amphitheater. During her 20-year professional career, O'Boyle has worked for or consulted with real estate developments and financial institutions in California, Nevada," Arizona, Virginia^ South Carolina and Florida, i A member of the Las Vegas Executives Association, the National Hotel and Motel Marketing and Sales Association, the American Resort & Residential ititAs^octattoirramfthr Urban Land Institute, O'Boyle attended the University of Florida and earned a bachelor's degree in journalism with a broadcast specialization. Lake Las Vegas Resort is being developed by Transcontinental Properties, Inc., a subsidiary ofTranscontinental Corp. as developer, with entities owned by Sid and Lee Bass, of Fort Worth, Texas. Sherri O'Boyle SUPPORT YOUR COMMUNITY NEWSPAPER 24 HOURS A DAY 120 MARKET ST, HENDERSON 'Siiry Saturday' for kids set for GV Town Center A free children's event, "Silly Saturday," will be held at 11a.m. Saturday, June 28, in the Fountain Courtyard of Green Valley Town Center, 4500 E. Sunset • Road. V: '.::' • :-". • j—::: • • -i^.. Kids will be invited to join in on the fun'with Hula hooping, face painting, balloon sculpting and other activities. Sponsors include American Nevad'a Corp., a Greenspun company. Green Valley Town Center Merchants and KLASSY lOO F.M. • • No tickets or reservations are necessary. For more information regarding upcoming events in Green Valley, Green Valley Ranch and Seven Hills call 2634963. Methodists mark Ganfs ministry V Expirei June 30, 1997. — .^ I v.. interior. Keg.'8."'to Mi"each. Magic Shade Regular & |umbo M a x R e f le ctor • Re gu l ar & lumb o I Expires June JO, 1997. ..^ 1 ag^^^^' CITGO OIL All Weights SOOO (12 qt. Case) perCaie SOo/o OFF I LUXURY FLOOR MATS • Water repellent and • lain resistant to protect Ch o os e ( fom reid; fatqgr^ I black or gray plush, heavy duty 16oz. carpet. I W ith nib bed b ack for non-skid backing. I Reg.'14 "each set. First Henderson United Methodist Church will celebrate Rev. Marvin Gant's seventh year of ministry to the church Sunday, June 29, at the 8 a.m., 9:30 a.m. and 11 a.m. worship services, at 609 E. Horizon Dr., in Henderson. Also recognized will be the retirement of District Superintendent Dr. Nathan Holt, and his 40 years of service to the church. Services will feature special music selections, readings and proclamations. "The Sacred Dancers" will perform religious and patriotic routines in honor of the day and the Fourth of July. Refreshments will be served For more information, call 565-6049. Expires June JO, 1997. QUAKER STAH 4X4 SEMI SYNTHETIC OIL j WITH FREE CARGO NET Special synthetic blend for hard-working engines. Gives impfoved resistance to thernr^al breakdown under exteme conditions $11 tachlOW/40 I I 6 pacli I I 10.00 OFF ANY BATTERY CHIEF 75 MONTH BATTERY • Fits top post and side post batteries Meets or exceeds many original cranking requirements 75 Month Limited Warranty 75 Month or above Limit 2 with coupon v..I Expires |une JO, 1997. I I I [•ALL BAHERY ACCESSORIES!^ 25% OFF •CREEPERS tRAMPS •HAYNES MANUALS es Live how you want where you want. Be it work, play or family life, we pursue a lifestyle by seeking out and choosing opportunities. Pick a lifestyle. Then take a look at the Premiere Collection at Clearwater Canyon by Champion Homes. You'll find r. unique floorplan designs, witli an outstanding location next to Green Valley Ranch, dose proximity to mz^^ Lots of small town atmosphere Thousands of Nevadans flock to enjoy a holiday celebration the likes of which IS fast becoming a thing of the past. There will be a pdtade. park gathering with speeches, familv picnics and a midway of food and garnes to be enjoyed by the entire (amiiy This annual day long eyent celebrates the completion of Mooyer Dam and is a must for everyone The special section will serve as the official program Publication Date: July 3th Size: 5 column x I 3' • Deadline: June 26 at Noon Rate: $10 per column inch (Retail) Rate: Jl4 per column inch (Agency) Distribution: Full circulation plus overun Color Ad Deadline: Wed.. June 25 at Noon Call Your Ad Representative 435 7 700 BOULDER ]>^g^g PftK! HOMENEWS A Grand Opening Pre-Sale Opportunity at Clearwater Canyon, Our Newest Champion Neighborhood. .. • Single story homes •1,800-2,100 sq.ft. • 3 car garages Next to Green Valley Ranch with no L.I.D.fees! Priced from the $l40s C LE AKWAT ER N O N Take U.S. 95 south to Laicc Mead Drive. Travel west on Lake Mead Drive, then south on Vallc)' Verde: the neighborhood is on the left. schools, shopping and more. Life. There's no other way to live it than with Style in a neighborhood created by Champion Homes. Choose your hfestyle at the Premiere Collection at Clearwater Canyon next to Green Valley Ranch. Continuing the Champion Homes tradition of creating Champion neighborhoods. Champion Homes // Lik-i' \ht>, III Ih

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wmm wmm "^^ •jmf' Page 10 Henderson Home News Thursday, June 26, 1997 •Thursday, June 26, 1997 Henderson Home News Page 11 Firefighters to serve Saturday bruncli SENIOR CENTER HIGHLIGHTS 27 E. TEXAS ST. 565-6990 The center is open for all activities from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. F^onday to Friday; from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturdays; and from 6 to 10 p.m., Monday to Thursday. Brunch, lunch volunteer's Henderson Police Chief Tommy Burns, department vol~ unteers and their families will serve a made-to-order brunch Saturday at the center. Burns and his burners will start early in the morning to ready the biscuits, pancakes and gravy for hungry seniors attending the brunch. Brunch will be served for $1.25 from 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Saturday, June 28. The Senior Center thanks Terry Perkins for the hard work she puts in organizing department volunteers and gathering extra goodies to be served. Seniors new to Henderson are invited to attend the Saturday Brunch to meet the volunteers iirom the police department and learn about the many programs ofTered at the Senior C enter. Sunday lunch The Sunday lunches served by RSVP volunteers have been very successful, thanks to the special efforts of Betty Dukes, Nona Ferryman, Jean Sadler and Marie Arey with assistance from George and Clara Hanson. The delicious lunches are served for $1, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Congratulations, St. Rose! St. Rose staff visited the center to extend an invitation to join in its 50th anniversary celebration, at 7 p.m. Friday, June 27, at Timet Field, at the corner of Lake Mead and Water Street The celebration will include food booths, entertainment, games and anniversary cake. Fireworks will begin at 9:30 p.m. Bring a blanket and chair and join the festivities. Old Town ^ • ^ANTIQUES COLLECTABLES 1325 ARIZONA ST. BOULDER CITY • 293-3975 •Buy •5e(/ *[ocafe 'Appraisals 'Estate Sales CALL TODAY! Space Available for Dealers] ^HPfP i^W^* Courtesy Photo SUPER COOKS—Volunteers from the Lev! Community Involvement Team are regular contributors to the Saturday Brunch at the Center. In the front row, from left, are Sheryl Maus, Jackie Ellinburg, Susan Hall, Danny Villas, Karen Ceba and Jo Ann Proffitt. Back row: Bob Maus, Dave Ellinburg and Brian Hall. Summer crafts RSVP volunteer Kathy Shively is working on summer grafts. Seniors get together at 9"&.m. on the second and third Fridays of each month to work on special projects. Those with craft items to donate are asked to drop them off at the center. Items especially needed include material, lace and trim of all kinds. ^ Reminders •Citizens Area Transit has a new application procedure for seniors in need of transportation for the handicapped. Call CAI, Paratransit at 228-4800 for information. •Arepresentative from Senior Law is available by appointment at the center once a month. Some services provided include simple wills, living wills, power of attorney, long-term health care planning, consumer disputes and small claims instructions, landlord/tenant disputes, homesteads, intervention in elder abuse matters and more. Call 229-6596 for more information or to schedule an appointment. •Full Social Security services are available twice each month at the center from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Wednesdays, July 2 and July 16. •The Nevada State Department of Motor Vehicles provides driver's license and photo ID services to seniors at the center on the first Thursday of each month. Representatives will be available from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Thursday, July 5. Some organizations and services are dark in summer. Check door Pool, 565-2123, for available programs. Home-bound meals Catholic Charities of Southern Nevada cooks and delivers meals on wheels from the Henderson Senior Center on Monday through Friday to Henderson See Seniors Page 11 witn tne cluo organizer or agency representative for changes in meeting times. Activities The Henderson Senior Center has activities ranging from art to Scrabble, concerts, health seminars, recreation and social activities. To receive the Henderson Senior Center Newsletter by mail, send several stamped, self-addressed business-sized envelopes to: 27 E. Texas St., Henderson, NV 89015. The center will m^il a newsletter each month. For more senior activities, call the Kesterson Valley View Recreation Center, 565-2121; Silver Springs Recreation Center, 4352880; Black Mountain Recreation Center/Aquatic Complex, 565-2880; and the Williams InJ^{i}hii)ii(i Trees. Plants, Flowers, Pots. Statuary, Garden Decor & much more! 293-4987 Marshall Plaza in Boulder Uity W Measuring Success One Investor At A Time We are pleased to announce the openinjj of a third.Us Vegas location: Dean Witter Reynolds Inc. dreen \'alley/Hendersn Call or visit us today. Perry A. Bdsch Senior Vice IVesident, ,, Investments ; ,; Dwight (Jould Associate Vice l^esidenl. Investments Ronald K. Uaintt -^ Investments ^ Gary S. Rosenberg Vice President.^ Investments ".'• :, Philip A Tynan • • -.' Vice President, Investments Daniel O'Leary .Account Kxecutive Jessica L Anes Associate Vice lYi'sidenl. .' Investments • • Randy S. Goldhamrner Associate Vice IVesident, Investments Robert D. Imlay V • T^sm n tf V ic e P ie'sitleut. Investments Erik Kirschner ,' Account Hxeculive Steve Nkzgoda Account Hxeculive .. Gene McAteer Associate Vice IVesident, Investments Alan S. Mann Kirs! Vice IVesident, Investnienls Branch Manager We cordially invite you lo visit or call our new-office at: Corporate Center II 701 N. Creen Valley Parkway, Suite lOD :. • Henderson, NV 89014 "i: l).-.in Willii l(,sii..l,l hh MiiiihirSII'l (702) 270-8880 m DEAN WITTER AUTOPARTS OPEN 7AIVI TO MIDNIGHT 565-9900 0li imporl or domestic cars & light trucks. Selectisal 'stor e R o g.Ml.^'Mo^JQ.' rofh. —| 50% OFF EVERY WHEEL COVER IN STOCK! LTftA UmA FROM choose frorri'a variety oT stylish designyFijr I 1 2S^/o OFF AUTOSHADE SUNSHADES | Available in a variety of colors. Blocks 100% of l harmful UV rays, sunlight and heat to protect car • JJ 99i each I FAN BELTS Over 100 part #'s to meet your needs. SENIORS: Actiwties listed From page 10 home-bound seniors. Some restrictions apply. Call Catholic Charities, 565-4626 for information on home-delivered weekday meals. Weekday lunches Catholic Charities of Southern Nevada provides lunch at the center from 11:30 a.m. to -12:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, for a suggested donation of $1.25. Some restrictions apply For infermation on the weekday lunch program and the daily menu, cal^565-4626. FASTRELIABLE GUARANTEED Boulder Highway & Palo Verde Henderson Phone: 565-0522 ACROSS FROM THE MOVIE THEATER Havoline • S5.00 OFF our regular S24.95 14-Point service I Oil & Filter Change, I $1 095 ^^^^ ^"^ 14-Point I '^ JL^# Checkup. Includes I 3 Free Car Washes Wiih ihii dd Mosi cari Incluaes 5 Quarts ol Havoline Formula 3 molor oil Expires 7-31-97 Courtesy Photo THANKS — Catholic Charities of Southern Nevada Henderson area nutrition program representatives present a 'thank you" bannertothe high school students who worked in the kitchen this past semester, .1 Lake Las Vegas promotes O'Boyle Officials of Lake Las Vegas Resort, tihe $4 billion international residential and resort destination in Henderson, have announced the promotion of Sherri O'Boyle from director of marketing to vice president of marketing. She joined the resort in Tfainuai^ 19947 antflivei^Sfi'lir' marketing, advertising and public relations efforts for the world-class development. ^ "Lake Las Vegas Resort's grrowth in the national and international arenas has placed immense demands on our marketing eflforts," said Ronald F. Boeddeker, chairman of Transcontinental Corp. and president of the resort. "Sherri has proven to possess the expertise and creativity needed to meet these demands and to help move our project to the next level." Her experience will play a key role in marketing several new neighborhoods for SouthShore, the private residential community. Bella Vivente, a gated enclave of 41 courtyard villas priced from the mid-$500,000,,. recently debuted, and a community ofwaterfrontcondominiums is scheduled to begin sellinglater this year. Also planned for this year is an exclusive neighborhood of acre-estate hpmesites priced from $1 million. Currently more than 70% of custom homesites in *="Smith9ht]fr&'iraTir"beieH'= chased. The resort also includes MonteLago, the resort development on the north shore of the lake. Sodding is imderway on Nevada's first Jack Nicklausdesigned resort golf course and grading is continuing on sites slated for the 500-room Hyatt Regency, the Grand Bay Resort and The Village at MonteLago, an upscale entertainment retail plaza. The MonteLago masterplan calls for up to six hotel/resorts, three championship resort golf courses, European-style gaming and an aquatic amphitheater. During her 20-year professional career, O'Boyle has worked for or consulted with real estate developments and financial institutions in California, Nevada," Arizona, Virginia^ South Carolina and Florida, i A member of the Las Vegas Executives Association, the National Hotel and Motel Marketing and Sales Association, the American Resort & Residential ititAs^octattoirramfthr Urban Land Institute, O'Boyle attended the University of Florida and earned a bachelor's degree in journalism with a broadcast specialization. Lake Las Vegas Resort is being developed by Transcontinental Properties, Inc., a subsidiary ofTranscontinental Corp. as developer, with entities owned by Sid and Lee Bass, of Fort Worth, Texas. Sherri O'Boyle SUPPORT YOUR COMMUNITY NEWSPAPER 24 HOURS A DAY 120 MARKET ST, HENDERSON 'Siiry Saturday' for kids set for GV Town Center A free children's event, "Silly Saturday," will be held at 11a.m. Saturday, June 28, in the Fountain Courtyard of Green Valley Town Center, 4500 E. Sunset • Road. V: '.::' • :-". • j—::: • • -i^.. Kids will be invited to join in on the fun'with Hula hooping, face painting, balloon sculpting and other activities. Sponsors include American Nevad'a Corp., a Greenspun company. Green Valley Town Center Merchants and KLASSY lOO F.M. • • No tickets or reservations are necessary. For more information regarding upcoming events in Green Valley, Green Valley Ranch and Seven Hills call 2634963. Methodists mark Ganfs ministry V Expirei June 30, 1997. — .^ I v.. interior. Keg.'8."'to Mi"each. Magic Shade Regular & |umbo M a x R e f le ctor • Re gu l ar & lumb o I Expires June JO, 1997. ..^ 1 ag^^^^' CITGO OIL All Weights SOOO (12 qt. Case) perCaie SOo/o OFF I LUXURY FLOOR MATS • Water repellent and • lain resistant to protect Ch o os e ( fom reid; fatqgr^ I black or gray plush, heavy duty 16oz. carpet. I W ith nib bed b ack for non-skid backing. I Reg.'14 "each set. First Henderson United Methodist Church will celebrate Rev. Marvin Gant's seventh year of ministry to the church Sunday, June 29, at the 8 a.m., 9:30 a.m. and 11 a.m. worship services, at 609 E. Horizon Dr., in Henderson. Also recognized will be the retirement of District Superintendent Dr. Nathan Holt, and his 40 years of service to the church. Services will feature special music selections, readings and proclamations. "The Sacred Dancers" will perform religious and patriotic routines in honor of the day and the Fourth of July. Refreshments will be served For more information, call 565-6049. Expires June JO, 1997. QUAKER STAH 4X4 SEMI SYNTHETIC OIL j WITH FREE CARGO NET Special synthetic blend for hard-working engines. Gives impfoved resistance to thernr^al breakdown under exteme conditions $11 tachlOW/40 I I 6 pacli I I 10.00 OFF ANY BATTERY CHIEF 75 MONTH BATTERY • Fits top post and side post batteries Meets or exceeds many original cranking requirements 75 Month Limited Warranty 75 Month or above Limit 2 with coupon v..I Expires |une JO, 1997. I I I [•ALL BAHERY ACCESSORIES!^ 25% OFF •CREEPERS tRAMPS •HAYNES MANUALS es Live how you want where you want. Be it work, play or family life, we pursue a lifestyle by seeking out and choosing opportunities. Pick a lifestyle. Then take a look at the Premiere Collection at Clearwater Canyon by Champion Homes. You'll find r. unique floorplan designs, witli an outstanding location next to Green Valley Ranch, dose proximity to mz^^ Lots of small town atmosphere Thousands of Nevadans flock to enjoy a holiday celebration the likes of which IS fast becoming a thing of the past. There will be a pdtade. park gathering with speeches, familv picnics and a midway of food and garnes to be enjoyed by the entire (amiiy This annual day long eyent celebrates the completion of Mooyer Dam and is a must for everyone The special section will serve as the official program Publication Date: July 3th Size: 5 column x I 3' • Deadline: June 26 at Noon Rate: $10 per column inch (Retail) Rate: Jl4 per column inch (Agency) Distribution: Full circulation plus overun Color Ad Deadline: Wed.. June 25 at Noon Call Your Ad Representative 435 7 700 BOULDER ]>^g^g PftK! HOMENEWS A Grand Opening Pre-Sale Opportunity at Clearwater Canyon, Our Newest Champion Neighborhood. .. • Single story homes •1,800-2,100 sq.ft. • 3 car garages Next to Green Valley Ranch with no L.I.D.fees! Priced from the $l40s C LE AKWAT ER N O N Take U.S. 95 south to Laicc Mead Drive. Travel west on Lake Mead Drive, then south on Vallc)' Verde: the neighborhood is on the left. schools, shopping and more. Life. There's no other way to live it than with Style in a neighborhood created by Champion Homes. Choose your hfestyle at the Premiere Collection at Clearwater Canyon next to Green Valley Ranch. Continuing the Champion Homes tradition of creating Champion neighborhoods. Champion Homes // Lik-i' \ht>, III Ih

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mm mmm mtm m^^w Page 12 Henderson Home News Thursday, June 26, 1997 -:> Thursday, June 26.1997 Henderson Home News Page 13 Money management workshop planned Henderson Parks and Recreation Department will offer a two-part financial workshop, "How to Keep Uncle Sam Out of Your Pockets," from 7 to 8:30 p.m. on July 8 and 10 at the Silver Springs Recreation Center, 1951 Silver Springs Parkway. The cost is $5. The workshop will focus on pre-retirement and financial planning and instruct participants how to manage money and maximize tax savings. Attendees will learn basic tax information relating to funding retirement vehicles and passing assets to heirs. The philosophy behind many money management programs regarding retirement is illustrated in a study conducted by Drs. Paul A. Shoemaker and Michael K. Shaiib, of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. It suggests experience, not age, is the key factor in understanding taxes. Findings suggest those considering retirement should learn about tax laws before they retire. The workshop offers basic tax information and provides a foundation to plan retirement. "Fewer than half of Americans put money aside for retirement because they think they can rely on Social Security alone," said recreation coordinator Kurt Williams. The truth is that while Social Security may exist when they are ready to retire, it will not provide enough money to support the lifestyle they are accustomed to." r Investment experts stress retirees need approximately 70% of pre-retirement income after taxes to maintain Uieir standard of living. Social Security pays the average retiree roughly 40% of pre-retirement earnings, only half what is needed to maintain a comparable lifestyle. "Rather than relyin^solely on Social Security, people akould VWater walking workshops Henderson Parks and Recreation Department will sponsor three water walking workshops in recognition of July's National Water Week. Thefree workshops will beheld from 8.30 to 9:30 a.m. on July 8 at ;thjJ|lack^Mountain^^ Aquatic Complex, 5d9 Greenway Road; noon to 1 p.m. on July 9 at the Will iams Indoor Pool, SOON. Palo Verde Dr.; and from 7 to 8 p.m. on July 10 at the Wells Outdoor Pool, 1629 Moser Dr. Each class will provide an overview of health benefits associated with a variety of water exercises, but will focus on water walking as an excellent exercise alternative. Participants will learn basic water walking skills, including proper warm-up and cool down techniques, to help prevent injuries related to muscle strain. The ^instra^rji^n advise beginners how to use specialized equipment to increase the intensity of the exercise. The workshops can be tailored to fit personal programs regardless of age or physical fitness," said aquatics coordinator Alexa Pritchard. "We hope that more people will realize ho wimportant water exercise can be to any existing exercise program? Although frequentbf' overlooked, water exerciseslsuch as water walking have been proven to improve cardiovascular fitness and aerobic capacity. According to Pritchard, all water exercises can also help strengthen and tone muscles becauseihe body's Buoy-"" ancy and resistance to water provides a workout similar to isometrics. Workshop participation is Umited and pre-registration is required. For registration and additional information, call 5652123. 7Independence Day celebration set for Sun City MacDonald Ranch The. Del Webb Corp. will celebrate Independence Day with a free fireworks display Friday, July 4, at the company's Sun City MacDonald Ranch community in Henderson. The celebration begins at 7 p.m. on the driving range of the Desert Willow Golf Course, 2020 W. Horizon Ridge Pkwy. The event will include a free performance by the 32-piece Nevada Symphonic Wind Ensemble, playing patriotic melodies, as well as Tchaikovsky's "1812 Overture." Following the music program, a choreographed fireworks display will take to the air to the music of America, featuring songs by Neil Diamond, Lee Greenwood, Frank Sinatra and others. Salt Lake City-based Lantis Productions, Inc., will handle the display. "Del Webb is a very patriotic company and the residents of Sun City MacDonald Ranch are very patriotic, so a fireworks display is.a part of the lifestyle," said Sean Patrick, manager of public and community relations for Del Webb's Sun Cities. "It's going to be an All-American show." • Cafferty and band to peribrm July 18 East coast rockers John Cafferty and the Beaver Brown Band take the stage at 7 and 9 p.m. July 18, at Sunset Station's Club Madrid. Tickets start at $10 and are available at all Ticketmaster locations or at the hotel's promotion center. Cafferty and company emerged from the beachside joints of Rhode Island to nationwide acclaim over a span of 15 years. Their hard rocking and sensitive songwriting have culminated in an acclaimed release, "Roadhouse." In the early '80s, Cafferty and the band wrote and performed the music for the hit film, "Eddie and the Cruisers,"an album that sold more than 2 million copies. Since then, they have issued albums and songs reflecting the roots of American music with hard core rock 'n roll, blues, gospel-tinged and Tex-Mex stylings. "I wanted to have a sense of continuity," said CaflFerty. "We're still trying to write songs that ring true to life. That's what's important." The shows will highlight the band's extensive experience in intimate venues, which will rock Sunset Station with fluent and hard-driving guitar stylings, tempestuous sax playing and good old rock 'n roll. John Cafferty THE NEWS COVERS YOUR COMMUNITY Ui^<^ *. to See details in the Lounge 't,' ty The Greens Supper Club is giving away re cruises to Mexico 4 Days 3 flights to 6 Lucky Couples 4 of a l^md promotion. Several menu items to choose from. Served in the Lounge only. ^3.00 24 Hour Food Special GRAVEYARD SPECIALS New York Steak & eggs. home filed potatoes Served in the Lounge only ^2.99 T I CHICKEN PARMIGIAN SPECIAL Served in the Lounge only $5.95 BAR SHRIMP COCKTAIL i ^'^^ I $2.00 2241 N. Green Valley Pliwy • 454-4211 at Warm Springs in Albertson s Shopping Center Supper Club take advantage of retirement plans oflFered by their employer or, even better, execute their own," said Williams. There are more retirement and investment opportimities in the U.S. than ever before and many provide effective ways to supplement a retirement income." For registration or information, call 435-3814. RECYCLE S6CASH RAIDS S #1 Copper 654 1b. #2 Copper 554 1b. >DrQss 304 lb. Cleon Aluminum 304 lb. Aluminum Cons.. 354 lb. Nevada Pic-A-Part 110 W. Roily 565-1414 Monday Thru Soturdoy THE NEWS COVERS YOUR COMMUNITY 5f)f )f)f lh* y^ L^ Boulder City Arts Council -^ ^\9^ J) Presents ^ ^$^ Picnic Pop Concert Under The Stars Bicentennial Park ) • >^ Friday June 27, 8 PM .h ^ r ^ -Brinfi a family picnic & enjoy an evening in the park-Bring your blankets and lawn chairs-Refreshments will be availableCii spdiivmvil h> hiiiiUk'i D.iiii llulcl ASMI & HiuiUk'i Cily Parks (*t KcLiixaiioii 3f The fugitives featured in this publication are wanted by area law enforcement. It is believed these suspects ore still living in the Las Vegas area. William Alexander Bermudez hispanic male adult DOB: 03-25-67 5'6", 120 lbsblack hair & brown eyes scar upper left arm Wanted by the LVMPD for kidnap first degree. Warrant Issued by District Court. Ball $100,00 #CCNC9194 Also on this warrant • 4 (cts) Sexual assault Cash Reward Up To *1,000 If you have information on tfie location of any of these fugitives, call: • ;;^'^-^---:^.^ • • :.-/^^:V:9^^^ .;; Secret Witness ^V Juan Romero Farias aka: Juan Romero, Farlasroyer, Farias Romero hispanic male adult DOB: 031 3-70 black hair & hazel eyes Keyrtaldo Montalvo Duquesne aka: Duquerne, Montalbo, v*^^ Montero. Vf -> -black male adult '•'• • '' DOB: 11-8-49 5'9" 1 50 lbs., black hair & brown eyes scar middle finger-right hand/surgery scars-stomach reg. ex-felon Wanted by LVMPD for l(ct) burglary, 1 (ct) att. robery w/deadly weapon 1 (ct) att. murder, l(ct) battery w/ deadly weapon and kidnap 1 St degree w/deadly weapon. Warrants out of LV Justice Court. No bail on all counts #97F08953X Fugitives featured are wanted OS of June 24, 1997 John Charles BIrchall aka: Criffin, Savage, Dunstan, Jeffery Dunhill v/Jnite male adult DOB: 08-29-58 S'lr, 185 lbs, brown hair & green eyes reg. ex-felon Wanted by LVMPD for burglary. Warrant Issused out of District Court. No bail #C 140219 Dorthy Gibbons aka; Dorthy Criffin white female DOB: 10-14 67 5'5', 115 lbs, brown hair & brown eyes Wanted by LVMPD for Lewdness w/a minor. Warrant out of LV Justice Court. Bail $20,000. #97Fo6237X S^^^^x^4r • a. • LIVE MUSIC & DANCING NIGHTLY GAZEBO^ With Every Coleman Spa Purchase. This incredible offer will not be run again in 1997! Hrst come, first seived. HURRY!, 3650 E. FLAMINGO • 434 4800 W^l 1 MH' President Alice Wagner and members of the Ladies Auxiliary ofVFW Basic Post^848 attended the State Convention held June 12-14, in Las Vegas. Hard work and perseverance paid oifas the auxiliary captured numerous awards. First place awards in Division Two were taken in Americanism, cancer aid and research, legislative, national home, PAC, publicity, rehabilitation, safety and youth activity. A second place award was received for Buddy Poppy. Other awards included: a $15 check for Overall State Winner in cancer aid and research and PAC; a $25 check for best program for cancer aid and research; and a $10 check for signing up the most new/reinstated members before the third week of April. Congratulations to Greg firingle who wrote the winning essay "What Makes America Great." Greg won the local contest as well as the District and State contests. m RATING KEY ^ WM (Walked Oui) Grcai • Good Fair Boring Poor "^ CASH CASH CASH <^ ^ & LOT'S MORE CASH tl ^v^^^ AIJTOMOBnjE ^= ^ 1997 Hyundai ^iouata, *-door / DAIL Y DRA WINGS 5:30p. m. $100, 6:30p.m. $100, 8:30p.m. $100, J 1:00p.m. $ 200 EVERY MOi\DAY & TUESDAY 8:30 p.m. ADDITIOi\AE $ 500 CASH DRAWOiTG RCmcmBER T fHIRTJ. 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mm mmm mtm m^^w Page 12 Henderson Home News Thursday, June 26, 1997 -:> Thursday, June 26.1997 Henderson Home News Page 13 Money management workshop planned Henderson Parks and Recreation Department will offer a two-part financial workshop, "How to Keep Uncle Sam Out of Your Pockets," from 7 to 8:30 p.m. on July 8 and 10 at the Silver Springs Recreation Center, 1951 Silver Springs Parkway. The cost is $5. The workshop will focus on pre-retirement and financial planning and instruct participants how to manage money and maximize tax savings. Attendees will learn basic tax information relating to funding retirement vehicles and passing assets to heirs. The philosophy behind many money management programs regarding retirement is illustrated in a study conducted by Drs. Paul A. Shoemaker and Michael K. Shaiib, of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. It suggests experience, not age, is the key factor in understanding taxes. Findings suggest those considering retirement should learn about tax laws before they retire. The workshop offers basic tax information and provides a foundation to plan retirement. "Fewer than half of Americans put money aside for retirement because they think they can rely on Social Security alone," said recreation coordinator Kurt Williams. The truth is that while Social Security may exist when they are ready to retire, it will not provide enough money to support the lifestyle they are accustomed to." r Investment experts stress retirees need approximately 70% of pre-retirement income after taxes to maintain Uieir standard of living. Social Security pays the average retiree roughly 40% of pre-retirement earnings, only half what is needed to maintain a comparable lifestyle. "Rather than relyin^solely on Social Security, people akould VWater walking workshops Henderson Parks and Recreation Department will sponsor three water walking workshops in recognition of July's National Water Week. Thefree workshops will beheld from 8.30 to 9:30 a.m. on July 8 at ;thjJ|lack^Mountain^^ Aquatic Complex, 5d9 Greenway Road; noon to 1 p.m. on July 9 at the Will iams Indoor Pool, SOON. Palo Verde Dr.; and from 7 to 8 p.m. on July 10 at the Wells Outdoor Pool, 1629 Moser Dr. Each class will provide an overview of health benefits associated with a variety of water exercises, but will focus on water walking as an excellent exercise alternative. Participants will learn basic water walking skills, including proper warm-up and cool down techniques, to help prevent injuries related to muscle strain. The ^instra^rji^n advise beginners how to use specialized equipment to increase the intensity of the exercise. The workshops can be tailored to fit personal programs regardless of age or physical fitness," said aquatics coordinator Alexa Pritchard. "We hope that more people will realize ho wimportant water exercise can be to any existing exercise program? Although frequentbf' overlooked, water exerciseslsuch as water walking have been proven to improve cardiovascular fitness and aerobic capacity. According to Pritchard, all water exercises can also help strengthen and tone muscles becauseihe body's Buoy-"" ancy and resistance to water provides a workout similar to isometrics. Workshop participation is Umited and pre-registration is required. For registration and additional information, call 5652123. 7Independence Day celebration set for Sun City MacDonald Ranch The. Del Webb Corp. will celebrate Independence Day with a free fireworks display Friday, July 4, at the company's Sun City MacDonald Ranch community in Henderson. The celebration begins at 7 p.m. on the driving range of the Desert Willow Golf Course, 2020 W. Horizon Ridge Pkwy. The event will include a free performance by the 32-piece Nevada Symphonic Wind Ensemble, playing patriotic melodies, as well as Tchaikovsky's "1812 Overture." Following the music program, a choreographed fireworks display will take to the air to the music of America, featuring songs by Neil Diamond, Lee Greenwood, Frank Sinatra and others. Salt Lake City-based Lantis Productions, Inc., will handle the display. "Del Webb is a very patriotic company and the residents of Sun City MacDonald Ranch are very patriotic, so a fireworks display is.a part of the lifestyle," said Sean Patrick, manager of public and community relations for Del Webb's Sun Cities. "It's going to be an All-American show." • Cafferty and band to peribrm July 18 East coast rockers John Cafferty and the Beaver Brown Band take the stage at 7 and 9 p.m. July 18, at Sunset Station's Club Madrid. Tickets start at $10 and are available at all Ticketmaster locations or at the hotel's promotion center. Cafferty and company emerged from the beachside joints of Rhode Island to nationwide acclaim over a span of 15 years. Their hard rocking and sensitive songwriting have culminated in an acclaimed release, "Roadhouse." In the early '80s, Cafferty and the band wrote and performed the music for the hit film, "Eddie and the Cruisers,"an album that sold more than 2 million copies. Since then, they have issued albums and songs reflecting the roots of American music with hard core rock 'n roll, blues, gospel-tinged and Tex-Mex stylings. "I wanted to have a sense of continuity," said CaflFerty. "We're still trying to write songs that ring true to life. That's what's important." The shows will highlight the band's extensive experience in intimate venues, which will rock Sunset Station with fluent and hard-driving guitar stylings, tempestuous sax playing and good old rock 'n roll. John Cafferty THE NEWS COVERS YOUR COMMUNITY Ui^<^ *. to See details in the Lounge 't,' ty The Greens Supper Club is giving away re cruises to Mexico 4 Days 3 flights to 6 Lucky Couples 4 of a l^md promotion. Several menu items to choose from. Served in the Lounge only. ^3.00 24 Hour Food Special GRAVEYARD SPECIALS New York Steak & eggs. home filed potatoes Served in the Lounge only ^2.99 T I CHICKEN PARMIGIAN SPECIAL Served in the Lounge only $5.95 BAR SHRIMP COCKTAIL i ^'^^ I $2.00 2241 N. Green Valley Pliwy • 454-4211 at Warm Springs in Albertson s Shopping Center Supper Club take advantage of retirement plans oflFered by their employer or, even better, execute their own," said Williams. There are more retirement and investment opportimities in the U.S. than ever before and many provide effective ways to supplement a retirement income." For registration or information, call 435-3814. RECYCLE S6CASH RAIDS S #1 Copper 654 1b. #2 Copper 554 1b. >DrQss 304 lb. Cleon Aluminum 304 lb. Aluminum Cons.. 354 lb. Nevada Pic-A-Part 110 W. Roily 565-1414 Monday Thru Soturdoy THE NEWS COVERS YOUR COMMUNITY 5f)f )f)f lh* y^ L^ Boulder City Arts Council -^ ^\9^ J) Presents ^ ^$^ Picnic Pop Concert Under The Stars Bicentennial Park ) • >^ Friday June 27, 8 PM .h ^ r ^ -Brinfi a family picnic & enjoy an evening in the park-Bring your blankets and lawn chairs-Refreshments will be availableCii spdiivmvil h> hiiiiUk'i D.iiii llulcl ASMI & HiuiUk'i Cily Parks (*t KcLiixaiioii 3f The fugitives featured in this publication are wanted by area law enforcement. It is believed these suspects ore still living in the Las Vegas area. William Alexander Bermudez hispanic male adult DOB: 03-25-67 5'6", 120 lbsblack hair & brown eyes scar upper left arm Wanted by the LVMPD for kidnap first degree. Warrant Issued by District Court. Ball $100,00 #CCNC9194 Also on this warrant • 4 (cts) Sexual assault Cash Reward Up To *1,000 If you have information on tfie location of any of these fugitives, call: • ;;^'^-^---:^.^ • • :.-/^^:V:9^^^ .;; Secret Witness ^V Juan Romero Farias aka: Juan Romero, Farlasroyer, Farias Romero hispanic male adult DOB: 031 3-70 black hair & hazel eyes Keyrtaldo Montalvo Duquesne aka: Duquerne, Montalbo, v*^^ Montero. Vf -> -black male adult '•'• • '' DOB: 11-8-49 5'9" 1 50 lbs., black hair & brown eyes scar middle finger-right hand/surgery scars-stomach reg. ex-felon Wanted by LVMPD for l(ct) burglary, 1 (ct) att. robery w/deadly weapon 1 (ct) att. murder, l(ct) battery w/ deadly weapon and kidnap 1 St degree w/deadly weapon. Warrants out of LV Justice Court. No bail on all counts #97F08953X Fugitives featured are wanted OS of June 24, 1997 John Charles BIrchall aka: Criffin, Savage, Dunstan, Jeffery Dunhill v/Jnite male adult DOB: 08-29-58 S'lr, 185 lbs, brown hair & green eyes reg. ex-felon Wanted by LVMPD for burglary. Warrant Issused out of District Court. No bail #C 140219 Dorthy Gibbons aka; Dorthy Criffin white female DOB: 10-14 67 5'5', 115 lbs, brown hair & brown eyes Wanted by LVMPD for Lewdness w/a minor. Warrant out of LV Justice Court. Bail $20,000. #97Fo6237X S^^^^x^4r • a. • LIVE MUSIC & DANCING NIGHTLY GAZEBO^ With Every Coleman Spa Purchase. This incredible offer will not be run again in 1997! Hrst come, first seived. HURRY!, 3650 E. FLAMINGO • 434 4800 W^l 1 MH' President Alice Wagner and members of the Ladies Auxiliary ofVFW Basic Post^848 attended the State Convention held June 12-14, in Las Vegas. Hard work and perseverance paid oifas the auxiliary captured numerous awards. First place awards in Division Two were taken in Americanism, cancer aid and research, legislative, national home, PAC, publicity, rehabilitation, safety and youth activity. A second place award was received for Buddy Poppy. Other awards included: a $15 check for Overall State Winner in cancer aid and research and PAC; a $25 check for best program for cancer aid and research; and a $10 check for signing up the most new/reinstated members before the third week of April. Congratulations to Greg firingle who wrote the winning essay "What Makes America Great." Greg won the local contest as well as the District and State contests. m RATING KEY ^ WM (Walked Oui) Grcai • Good Fair Boring Poor "^ CASH CASH CASH <^ ^ & LOT'S MORE CASH tl ^v^^^ AIJTOMOBnjE ^= ^ 1997 Hyundai ^iouata, *-door / DAIL Y DRA WINGS 5:30p. m. $100, 6:30p.m. $100, 8:30p.m. $100, J 1:00p.m. $ 200 EVERY MOi\DAY & TUESDAY 8:30 p.m. ADDITIOi\AE $ 500 CASH DRAWOiTG RCmcmBER T fHIRTJ. 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wf^mmmmmmmmmm mm mmmmmmmmmmmmt mmmmmmmmKimtmmmmm mim mOTi Page 14 Henderson Home News Thursday, June 26,1997 Thursday, June 26, 1997 Henderson Home News Page 15 Star Skippers qualify for Junior Olympics ^^yyyyy~^yyyjyy.yyyyyy~yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy., J f f If / ff) yyVV?? Winners of the first Amateur Athletic Union Jump Rope Tournament in Southern Nevada May 31, qualified for the prestigious AAU Junior Olympics to be held Aug. 6-9, in Charlotte, N.C. The Southwest Regional championships were held at the Black Mountain Recreation Center and Aquatics Complex. Representatives of four of the nine eligible states competed. Of the 10 local competitors on the local Star Skippers team, seven qualified for the Junior Olympics. The team and parents celebrated with a trip to the San Diego Zoo at the invitation of the San Diego Sand Skippers team. Youths who qualified were Caitlin Perry, 7, Natalie Scott, 8, Kristin BoUinger, 9, Christina Gandia, 11, Ashlie Jones, 11, Christopher Scott, 11, and Natalee Simmons, 15. Simmons was a gold medalist, Christopher Scott and Perry were bronze medalists. Also in the competition were Jill Bollinger, Kayla Mee and Breana Rosenlund. S^^ '" • ••"' *•#<• • / ei>i,m, 'tk: Unf>. ^*Wi^ Courtesy Photo ., STAR SKIPPERS ~ Star Skippers in the front row, from left, are Natalie Scott, Jill Bollinger, Kayla Mee, Lauren Perry, Taylor Jones and Caitlin Perry. Back row: Ashlie Jones, Christopher Scott, Natalee Simmons, Kristin Bollinger and Christina Gandia. \ FREE GARAGE SALE KIT Mother, daughter harpists to perform If your planning^ one soon call the,.. Local musicians Caryn and Michelle Gott will perform at 7:30 p.m. July 13, in The Orleans Showroom. Tickets are $50 plus tax and are available at The Orleans Box Office, 365-7075, or at any Ticketmaster outlet. Caryn and Michelle Gott are making musical history as the first professional mother/ daughter duo on the revolutionary Lyon & Healy electric harp. Michelle, 12, is considered the All of the local competitors are coached by Debra Stefan at the Black Mountain Recreation Center. Free family event tonight "Celebrating Families, Connecting Communities," a free eventforfamihes, will beheld from 6 to 8 p.m. tonight, at Morrell Park, in Henderson.. T • There will be refreshments, drawings for door prizes, face painting and ilm for kids, a live remote with great music from Big Oldies 93.1 and information from a variety of organizations providing services for local families. Children are invited to bring a favorite stuffed animal to can parDEATHS Brent Vogelsang Brent Vogelsang, 46, of Henderson, died June 16, 1997, in an area hospital. Born Aug. 22. 1950, in Alhambra, Calif., he had lived in Henderson for 6 1/2 years. He had worked as a bartender at Butch Cassidy's for three years. He is survived by his wife, Christine of Henderson; parents, Virgil and Anna Vogelsang of Yucca Valley, Calif.; and a brother, Craig Vogelsang of Wilsonville, Ore. The family suggests donations be made to the Aninnal Foundation. A menrxirial service was held in Colorado. -Arrangements were handled by Nevada Creniation Society in Las Vegas. Ruth Clinkenbeard Ruth Clinkenbeard, 73, died June 21,1997, in a local hospice. A10-year resident of Henderson, she was born Sept: 14, 1923 in Easton, Kan. She is survived by her husband, Ellis A. of Henderson; daughters, Deborah Lewis of Eureka Springs, Ark., and Carolyn Pittman of Olathe, Kan.; a son, Gary Gray of Kaiser, Mo.;. sisters, Dorothy Duree of Henderson, and Arvella Arnold of Leavenworth, Kan.; a brother. Bob Warden of Lansing, Kan.; 11 grandchildren and 10 great granck:hildren. Servk:es will be in Leavenworth, Kansas. No local servk;es will be held. Arrangements were handled by Palm Mortuary-Henderson. 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Sale items excluded from discount. t Coupon Expires Sept. 15,1997 4350 East Sunset Road Suite 108 702-435-0035 Open Daily 5 10pm 4350 Sunset Road • (702) 435-0036 'fax. (702) 435 Excludes Fri & Sal arid Holidays Mdy be cancelled al any time. Not valid with special or coupon. Oine-ln Only witti this coupon. Expires 9/30/97 Present Coupon Before Ordering. I I I I I I • I I I -6403 J anyottiarl OFF any 7 day Cruise Not combinable with any other offer. New bookings only 4350 E. Sunset Rd., #101, Henderson, NV 89014 (702) 898-6999 • (800) 760-7447 Fax (702) 898-6991 Expires 10/97 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I youngest professional harpist. The two are planning a U.S. and international tour and will perform Oct. 8, at Carnegie Hall. "Michelle and I will bring this revolutionary instrument to the public. The electric harp gives all pieces a unique twist, especially modern works, taking the harp to new territories such as rock, alternative music and beyond," said Caryn Gott. "For our tour, we are concentrating the repertoire on the standards, pop and rock tunes, although we do have a selection of brilliant classical works as well. The amplification of the instrument will amaze audiences and win over fans who think the '4tfitTris=jest ^ibr'tailsl^f"^Qett-^ said. Caryn Gott, a native of Upper St. Clair, Pa. lives with her family in Las Vegas, has performed with numerous orchestras, including the Nevada Symphony Orchestra. She has performed a wide variety of music and is a sought after performer for society events. THE NEWS COVERS YOUR COMMUNITY Caryn and Michelle Gott She recently recorded two albums. "Stairway to Heaven," a compilation of standards, pop and rock tunes. The other is "Golden Reveries," a compilation of duets with flutist Bernard Goldberg. Michelle began playing the pianoat21/2 years, andthe harp at age 4. "I played the small harp first We Spedalize in Aerjrlics Visit The Athenian-Shsps at Town Center today where you'll find the coolest summer deals. A/^^ Qc/ir^l^dLct^^f^ I 4350 E. Sunset Rd.. #100 •434-6815 M-F: 9-7 • Sat: 9-5 I I I .r i Att)enlan ^ • e Shops ^ at Town 8 3 Canter i> sr ^ • f 3 < c • ^ (A O Sunset Road I I I I I I I I I I I I I V RHTf lATTE CAimClNOl CAFE SENSATIONS 4350E. Sunset Road" ICED OR HOT Valid through 8/30/97 Not valid Friday or Saturday Nights. 456-7803 or FAX: 43-LUNCH! • I AllN SHOPS AT TOWN CFNTf-k 4350 EAST SUNSET ROAD PUBLIC NOTICE I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIV EN (hat (h( Cily Council of (he City of Henderson propiMed by reading in title the Tollowing Ordinance at it.s Regular Meeting, held June 24, 1997, enlilled: BILL NO. 1402 Z-36-97 POWELL BLEACH PLANT AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF HENDERSON I AMENDING ORDINANCE ^lENDING mxt TO IliECLASSVVZpERTAIN REAL PROPERTY WITHIN THE CITY LIMIT.S OF THE CITY OF HENDER.SON, DESCRIBED AS A PORTION OF SECTION 14, TOWNSHIP 22 SOUTH, RANr;E62EAST, M.D.B. & M., CLARK COUNTY, NEVADA, TO ESTABLISH CITY OF HENI)ER,SON IG (GENERAL INDUSTRY) DISTRICT, LOCATED AT 850 WEST LAKE MEAD DRIVE IN THE GIBSON SPRINGS PLANNING AREA, AND OTHER MATTERS RELATING THERETO. which has been referred to a Comitiittee of the Coundl as a Whole for study and recommendation and a copy of said Ordinance ha.n allhe Regular Meeting of (he City Council un the 1 st day of July; and in any case will adopt or reject this Ordinance within 30 days. DATED this 24(h day of June, 1997; and published J une 2(), 1997, in the Henderson Home News. /s/SUSAN ROBISON, CITY CLERK H—June 26, 1997. PUBLIC NOTICE BILL NO. 1398 ORDINANCE NO. 1750 AMEND CHAP! ER 4.80 OFTHEH.M.C. AMBULANCE SERVICE AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE QXY OV HBNDEKSON, AMENDING HENDERSON MUNICIPALCODETITLE 4, CHAPTER 4.80, ENTITLED "AMBULANCE SERVICE" BY REPEALING. THE EXISTING CHAPTER 4.80 AND ADOPTING A NEW CHAPTER 4.80, ENTITLED "PRIVATE AMBULANCE SERVICE" PROVIDING FOR THE LICENSING OF COMMERCIAL AMBULANCE PROVIDERS; DESIGNATION OF THE LEVEL OF SERVICE TO BE PROVIDED; AND ESTABLLSHING LIABILITY INSURANCE AND INDEMNIFICATION REQUIREMENTS; AND OTHER MATTERS RELATED THERETO. The above Bill No.l398 and foregoing Ordinance was first proposed and read by title to the City Council of the City of Henderson, Nevada, on June 9,1997, which was a Regular Meeting of the Council and referred to the following Committee: "COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE" for recommendation. PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that the typewritten copies of the above mentioned Ordinance are available for inspection by all interested parties at the OfTice of the City Clerk, 240 WaterStreet, Henderson, Nevada, and that said Ordinance No. 1750 was proposed for adoption by Councilmember Hafen on the 24th day of June, 1997; and adopted by the following roll call vote: Voting AYE: Mayor James B. Gib.son Councilrafnb*r* Jack Clark, Amanda M. Cyphers, David A. WiMid and Arthur "Andy" Hafen Voting NAY: None Absent: None hi JAMES B. GIBSON, MAYOR ATfl-ST! ~ /s/SU.SAN ROBISON, CITY CLERK H—June 26. 1997. PUBLIC NOTICE BILL NO. 1397 ORDINANCE NO. 1749 ZONE CHANGE Z-34-97 APPLICANT: LEWIS HOMES OF NEVADA AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF HENDERSON AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 1120 BY AMENDING THE ZONING MAP TO RECLASSIFY CERTAIN RF^L PROPERTY WITHIN THE CITY LIMITS OF THE CITY OF HENDERSON, DE.SCRIBED AS A PORTIONOFSECTION 36, TOWNSHIP 22 SOUTH, RAN(;E6I EAST,M.D.B.& M., CLARK COUNTY, NEVADA, FROM RS-2-G re*ha*bil*i*tate v :to restore to a condition of health or useful and constructive • activity Rehabilitate is an important word at Delmar Gardens of Green Valley. Known for its outstanding skilled nursing care and warm, homelike atmospfiere, Delmar Gardens of Green Valley also offers the finest rehabilitative services for those suffering from arthritis or recovering from a stroke, surgery, or fracture. Delmar Gardens of Green Valley fills the gap between hospital and home by providing highly qualified professional therapists, the finest therapeutic services, and beautiful surroundings. Licensed physical, speech, and occupational therapists are just part of the staff dedicated to restoring our residents to a healthy physical and psychological state. Stop by for a personal tour or call 361-6111 for more information. OF GREEN VALLEY NURSING AND KKflAiiiUTATION CENTKK 1(X) DELMAK GARDKNS DR. HKNDKKSON. NV 89014 • 702/:i61-6111 Admissinnji 7dnf/sa uvek 'Delmar Garrlrns ofCrern Vnllry riors not ilisirinunnir m hiring nr any other derismn nn the basis nftact. mini, national origin. .•. rtUgmn. age. dunMitr nnd handimp rondilion {including AIDS and AIDS relaliti mndilionslin admis.sions <>r access to. or Irrnlmenf uf, ciiiiiluyiaenl i/i Us scrTii-cs. prvsm~r^ nn-f nrtrrifif ^1^ TRIANGLE TEXACO SERVICE SAYS, BEAT THE HEAT! 'r^ We'll inspect your air conditioning system; adjust belts ir needed; • recharge unit to manufacturer's specifications. Come in or call for an appointment today. AIR CONDITIONING SPECIAL We'll check, adjust & tighten the unit, check & adjust all fittings & belts. CALL TODAY. TRIANGLE SERVICE Green Valley's Only Full Service Station •Brake Service ^Wheel Alignment •Towing •Emission Control •Propone „.,,.__,, In Green Valley 1197 E. Tropicana Ave. Open 8 AM to 5 PM Sunset & Expressway (702) 736-7371 Call Larry or Dennis for an appt. (702) 458-3037 Diuwaniedlo pTay^Qie^Kg^tlra^ ditional) harp like my mom, but the pedals were too far away," she said. "One day I made special pedal extensions for my feet and began playing solos with my mom. I don't need them anymore, though. Touring will be really cool. I've performed with symphonies before and I'mnotafraid. I'll be with my mom." (SINGLE-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL WITH GAMING ENTERPRISE OVERLAY) DISTRICT TO RS-6 (SINGLE-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL), GENERALLY LOCATED AT AURA DRIVE ANT) POCO ROAD, IN THE WESTGATE PLANNING AREA, AND OTHER MATTERS RELATING THERETO. Thr above Bill No.l397 and foregoing Ordinance was fintt pnipused and read by (ille (o the City Council of the City of Henderson, Nevada, \>n June 9, 1997, which was a Regular Meeting ot the Council and referred to the following Committee: "COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE" for recommendation. PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that the typewritten copies oflhe above mentioned Ordinance are available fur inspection by all interested parlies al the OfTice of the City Clerk, 240 WaterStreet, Henderson, Nevada, and that said Ordinance No.1749 was proposed Cor adoptitin by Couni'ilmember Hafen on the 24lh day of June, 1997; and adopted by the following roll call vote: Voting AYE: Mayor James B. (!ihson Councilmembers Jack Clark, Amanda M. Cyphers, David A. W.Mid and Arthur"Andy" Hafen Voting NAY: None Ab.sent: None h/ JAMES B. GIBSON, MAYOR ATTEST: /s/SU.SAN ROBISON, CITY CLERK H—June 26, 1997. We've^iitAiiaiidi& On Your Trash Disposal Needs Precision Waste Management For Home Or Business ; ui fioiTie C!i.':iriiTsrj i.: coiisubu^ud ;<'lvei iicjie cau dandle youi wosie • anogefTienraeeds Use the riglil disposal tecepiades toi ihe job and save • .. • • • '-. liitie n'i.-;iiey and eftr^t Monthly'efi'oi? ovQilahlc. •. .. • ',',ut)ii'ioiei vVheef*! iGcepiacie b /Conhi'Yi •• iiai: 'ju: ii/t'stcnesideriial. *.CiofjBo<-'fof t^.e.'MiJybigiobs Yorddeonup, r.ji.PhiP'ii hcmc lise kepMc^s tom 20uaiion, "id'J.^!i-cii' oi.jinireicaf ust Holds-jp ic fiileeti cDnyiuciicn sites • ;>: as'ness leiuse moy be used ii'N, cons unly $3 i\' oei.onih : '-. '^''^' ""''" -'^* '-" ^''''"' ^^'"^'^"^""v ^ -^^ ^^oiiabie 20-28 50 tu. : Coll 735-5151 \ .. J:-::^5;'y* ^' -:..' • v^^* -^;;^^j^ Call 735-5151 Call 735-5151 Silver State Disposal Service, Inc. 770 East Sahara Ave., Las Vegas, NV 89104 NEW! ^M coverall wins up to Only $1 valiidates your entire play per session! ^250 guaranteed coverall, SAME LOW PRICE! Two Sessions Nightly • 7pm & 9^ We Offer Paper 81 Boards! CONVENIENT COVERED PARKING C • A I • N • O South of Lake Mead on Water Street BOYD GAMING HENDERSON .'MMWWty*:.^ M)JU*Jl^ft^UJ-'^^*i

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wf^mmmmmmmmmm mm mmmmmmmmmmmmt mmmmmmmmKimtmmmmm mim mOTi Page 14 Henderson Home News Thursday, June 26,1997 Thursday, June 26, 1997 Henderson Home News Page 15 Star Skippers qualify for Junior Olympics ^^yyyyy~^yyyjyy.yyyyyy~yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy., J f f If / ff) yyVV?? Winners of the first Amateur Athletic Union Jump Rope Tournament in Southern Nevada May 31, qualified for the prestigious AAU Junior Olympics to be held Aug. 6-9, in Charlotte, N.C. The Southwest Regional championships were held at the Black Mountain Recreation Center and Aquatics Complex. Representatives of four of the nine eligible states competed. Of the 10 local competitors on the local Star Skippers team, seven qualified for the Junior Olympics. The team and parents celebrated with a trip to the San Diego Zoo at the invitation of the San Diego Sand Skippers team. Youths who qualified were Caitlin Perry, 7, Natalie Scott, 8, Kristin BoUinger, 9, Christina Gandia, 11, Ashlie Jones, 11, Christopher Scott, 11, and Natalee Simmons, 15. Simmons was a gold medalist, Christopher Scott and Perry were bronze medalists. Also in the competition were Jill Bollinger, Kayla Mee and Breana Rosenlund. S^^ '" • ••"' *•#<• • / ei>i,m, 'tk: Unf>. ^*Wi^ Courtesy Photo ., STAR SKIPPERS ~ Star Skippers in the front row, from left, are Natalie Scott, Jill Bollinger, Kayla Mee, Lauren Perry, Taylor Jones and Caitlin Perry. Back row: Ashlie Jones, Christopher Scott, Natalee Simmons, Kristin Bollinger and Christina Gandia. \ FREE GARAGE SALE KIT Mother, daughter harpists to perform If your planning^ one soon call the,.. Local musicians Caryn and Michelle Gott will perform at 7:30 p.m. July 13, in The Orleans Showroom. Tickets are $50 plus tax and are available at The Orleans Box Office, 365-7075, or at any Ticketmaster outlet. Caryn and Michelle Gott are making musical history as the first professional mother/ daughter duo on the revolutionary Lyon & Healy electric harp. Michelle, 12, is considered the All of the local competitors are coached by Debra Stefan at the Black Mountain Recreation Center. Free family event tonight "Celebrating Families, Connecting Communities," a free eventforfamihes, will beheld from 6 to 8 p.m. tonight, at Morrell Park, in Henderson.. T • There will be refreshments, drawings for door prizes, face painting and ilm for kids, a live remote with great music from Big Oldies 93.1 and information from a variety of organizations providing services for local families. Children are invited to bring a favorite stuffed animal to can parDEATHS Brent Vogelsang Brent Vogelsang, 46, of Henderson, died June 16, 1997, in an area hospital. Born Aug. 22. 1950, in Alhambra, Calif., he had lived in Henderson for 6 1/2 years. He had worked as a bartender at Butch Cassidy's for three years. He is survived by his wife, Christine of Henderson; parents, Virgil and Anna Vogelsang of Yucca Valley, Calif.; and a brother, Craig Vogelsang of Wilsonville, Ore. The family suggests donations be made to the Aninnal Foundation. A menrxirial service was held in Colorado. -Arrangements were handled by Nevada Creniation Society in Las Vegas. Ruth Clinkenbeard Ruth Clinkenbeard, 73, died June 21,1997, in a local hospice. A10-year resident of Henderson, she was born Sept: 14, 1923 in Easton, Kan. She is survived by her husband, Ellis A. of Henderson; daughters, Deborah Lewis of Eureka Springs, Ark., and Carolyn Pittman of Olathe, Kan.; a son, Gary Gray of Kaiser, Mo.;. sisters, Dorothy Duree of Henderson, and Arvella Arnold of Leavenworth, Kan.; a brother. Bob Warden of Lansing, Kan.; 11 grandchildren and 10 great granck:hildren. Servk:es will be in Leavenworth, Kansas. No local servk;es will be held. Arrangements were handled by Palm Mortuary-Henderson. NO CREDIT NO PROBLEM PHONE APPLICATIONS WELCOME ARE YOU NEEDING CASH FAST?!?! WE HAVE HE MONEY YOU NEED, WHEN YOU NEED IT! LOANS UP TO $500.00 $ UNEXPECTED EMERGENCIES $ GIFT GIVING $ SPECIAL NEEDS $ BILLS $ MEDICAL EXPENSES $ AUTO REPAIRS SECURITY FINANCE OPEN: 8:30 5:00PM MONDAYFRIDAY 39 E. Basic Ste. C Henderson, NV 558-5442 tidpate in the Henderson Fire Department's Teddy Bear Clinic. For more information, call Karen Marconi. 451-4203. Let Our Family Take Care Of Your Family p Family Owned &^ Operated Sta£ £iiasXlue£.25jyjsJ^j(pedeDCfeJjxSQv, Burial & Cremation • Serving All Faiths HITES FUNERAL SERVICES Available 24 HRS • 7 Days Sc HahlaKspamil 568-1747 438 W. Sunset Rd. at Boulder Hwy. FAX 568-1257 Worldwide Shipping to place your ad in our classified section for Tues. & Thurs. issues and recieve your complinentary Garage Sale Kit. Kit Includes: 6 • Flouresent Signs 60' Price Stickers 6' Directional Arrows 6 Marking Pens 1' Inventory & Tip Sheet for a Sucessful Sale Classified Deadlines: Fri. Noon Call 435-7700 sf/4ir4smaf#/4rifM'//^^^ Y ^^e^N, C\\evA^ (jM y<9 OFF OFF Hair Cut (Reg. $30) Colors (Reg. $40) Weaves (Reg. $70) I I I I I I Perms (Reg. $55 & Up) i Manicures (Reg. $15) Pedicures (Reg. $30) Fills (Reg. $25) : -. Full-Set (Reg. $35) Over 10 Years Experience • For Appt. Call 454-3805 435d'East Sunset, #203, Henderson, NV 89014 Expires 8/31/97 BUY 01 LUNCH B(1M GEfOraCHElEEfl Good Between 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Only .i .. Expires Sept. 30,1997' Not valid with any other offer. tIMftS (^ Aid Q4/iUim 8 One DINNER Buy One Dinner At Regular Menu Price and Receive Second Dinner of Equal or Lesser Value FREE. -.:• Up to $9.95 Value. :.,..,. • .•. AadUs 15% DISCOUNT V\/hen coupon is presented. Sale items excluded from discount. t Coupon Expires Sept. 15,1997 4350 East Sunset Road Suite 108 702-435-0035 Open Daily 5 10pm 4350 Sunset Road • (702) 435-0036 'fax. (702) 435 Excludes Fri & Sal arid Holidays Mdy be cancelled al any time. Not valid with special or coupon. Oine-ln Only witti this coupon. Expires 9/30/97 Present Coupon Before Ordering. I I I I I I • I I I -6403 J anyottiarl OFF any 7 day Cruise Not combinable with any other offer. New bookings only 4350 E. Sunset Rd., #101, Henderson, NV 89014 (702) 898-6999 • (800) 760-7447 Fax (702) 898-6991 Expires 10/97 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I youngest professional harpist. The two are planning a U.S. and international tour and will perform Oct. 8, at Carnegie Hall. "Michelle and I will bring this revolutionary instrument to the public. The electric harp gives all pieces a unique twist, especially modern works, taking the harp to new territories such as rock, alternative music and beyond," said Caryn Gott. "For our tour, we are concentrating the repertoire on the standards, pop and rock tunes, although we do have a selection of brilliant classical works as well. The amplification of the instrument will amaze audiences and win over fans who think the '4tfitTris=jest ^ibr'tailsl^f"^Qett-^ said. Caryn Gott, a native of Upper St. Clair, Pa. lives with her family in Las Vegas, has performed with numerous orchestras, including the Nevada Symphony Orchestra. She has performed a wide variety of music and is a sought after performer for society events. THE NEWS COVERS YOUR COMMUNITY Caryn and Michelle Gott She recently recorded two albums. "Stairway to Heaven," a compilation of standards, pop and rock tunes. The other is "Golden Reveries," a compilation of duets with flutist Bernard Goldberg. Michelle began playing the pianoat21/2 years, andthe harp at age 4. "I played the small harp first We Spedalize in Aerjrlics Visit The Athenian-Shsps at Town Center today where you'll find the coolest summer deals. A/^^ Qc/ir^l^dLct^^f^ I 4350 E. Sunset Rd.. #100 •434-6815 M-F: 9-7 • Sat: 9-5 I I I .r i Att)enlan ^ • e Shops ^ at Town 8 3 Canter i> sr ^ • f 3 < c • ^ (A O Sunset Road I I I I I I I I I I I I I V RHTf lATTE CAimClNOl CAFE SENSATIONS 4350E. Sunset Road" ICED OR HOT Valid through 8/30/97 Not valid Friday or Saturday Nights. 456-7803 or FAX: 43-LUNCH! • I AllN SHOPS AT TOWN CFNTf-k 4350 EAST SUNSET ROAD PUBLIC NOTICE I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIV EN (hat (h( Cily Council of (he City of Henderson propiMed by reading in title the Tollowing Ordinance at it.s Regular Meeting, held June 24, 1997, enlilled: BILL NO. 1402 Z-36-97 POWELL BLEACH PLANT AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF HENDERSON I AMENDING ORDINANCE ^lENDING mxt TO IliECLASSVVZpERTAIN REAL PROPERTY WITHIN THE CITY LIMIT.S OF THE CITY OF HENDER.SON, DESCRIBED AS A PORTION OF SECTION 14, TOWNSHIP 22 SOUTH, RANr;E62EAST, M.D.B. & M., CLARK COUNTY, NEVADA, TO ESTABLISH CITY OF HENI)ER,SON IG (GENERAL INDUSTRY) DISTRICT, LOCATED AT 850 WEST LAKE MEAD DRIVE IN THE GIBSON SPRINGS PLANNING AREA, AND OTHER MATTERS RELATING THERETO. which has been referred to a Comitiittee of the Coundl as a Whole for study and recommendation and a copy of said Ordinance ha.n allhe Regular Meeting of (he City Council un the 1 st day of July; and in any case will adopt or reject this Ordinance within 30 days. DATED this 24(h day of June, 1997; and published J une 2(), 1997, in the Henderson Home News. /s/SUSAN ROBISON, CITY CLERK H—June 26, 1997. PUBLIC NOTICE BILL NO. 1398 ORDINANCE NO. 1750 AMEND CHAP! ER 4.80 OFTHEH.M.C. AMBULANCE SERVICE AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE QXY OV HBNDEKSON, AMENDING HENDERSON MUNICIPALCODETITLE 4, CHAPTER 4.80, ENTITLED "AMBULANCE SERVICE" BY REPEALING. THE EXISTING CHAPTER 4.80 AND ADOPTING A NEW CHAPTER 4.80, ENTITLED "PRIVATE AMBULANCE SERVICE" PROVIDING FOR THE LICENSING OF COMMERCIAL AMBULANCE PROVIDERS; DESIGNATION OF THE LEVEL OF SERVICE TO BE PROVIDED; AND ESTABLLSHING LIABILITY INSURANCE AND INDEMNIFICATION REQUIREMENTS; AND OTHER MATTERS RELATED THERETO. The above Bill No.l398 and foregoing Ordinance was first proposed and read by title to the City Council of the City of Henderson, Nevada, on June 9,1997, which was a Regular Meeting of the Council and referred to the following Committee: "COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE" for recommendation. PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that the typewritten copies of the above mentioned Ordinance are available for inspection by all interested parties at the OfTice of the City Clerk, 240 WaterStreet, Henderson, Nevada, and that said Ordinance No. 1750 was proposed for adoption by Councilmember Hafen on the 24th day of June, 1997; and adopted by the following roll call vote: Voting AYE: Mayor James B. Gib.son Councilrafnb*r* Jack Clark, Amanda M. Cyphers, David A. WiMid and Arthur "Andy" Hafen Voting NAY: None Absent: None hi JAMES B. GIBSON, MAYOR ATfl-ST! ~ /s/SU.SAN ROBISON, CITY CLERK H—June 26. 1997. PUBLIC NOTICE BILL NO. 1397 ORDINANCE NO. 1749 ZONE CHANGE Z-34-97 APPLICANT: LEWIS HOMES OF NEVADA AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF HENDERSON AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 1120 BY AMENDING THE ZONING MAP TO RECLASSIFY CERTAIN RF^L PROPERTY WITHIN THE CITY LIMITS OF THE CITY OF HENDERSON, DE.SCRIBED AS A PORTIONOFSECTION 36, TOWNSHIP 22 SOUTH, RAN(;E6I EAST,M.D.B.& M., CLARK COUNTY, NEVADA, FROM RS-2-G re*ha*bil*i*tate v :to restore to a condition of health or useful and constructive • activity Rehabilitate is an important word at Delmar Gardens of Green Valley. Known for its outstanding skilled nursing care and warm, homelike atmospfiere, Delmar Gardens of Green Valley also offers the finest rehabilitative services for those suffering from arthritis or recovering from a stroke, surgery, or fracture. Delmar Gardens of Green Valley fills the gap between hospital and home by providing highly qualified professional therapists, the finest therapeutic services, and beautiful surroundings. Licensed physical, speech, and occupational therapists are just part of the staff dedicated to restoring our residents to a healthy physical and psychological state. Stop by for a personal tour or call 361-6111 for more information. OF GREEN VALLEY NURSING AND KKflAiiiUTATION CENTKK 1(X) DELMAK GARDKNS DR. HKNDKKSON. NV 89014 • 702/:i61-6111 Admissinnji 7dnf/sa uvek 'Delmar Garrlrns ofCrern Vnllry riors not ilisirinunnir m hiring nr any other derismn nn the basis nftact. mini, national origin. .•. rtUgmn. age. dunMitr nnd handimp rondilion {including AIDS and AIDS relaliti mndilionslin admis.sions <>r access to. or Irrnlmenf uf, ciiiiiluyiaenl i/i Us scrTii-cs. prvsm~r^ nn-f nrtrrifif ^1^ TRIANGLE TEXACO SERVICE SAYS, BEAT THE HEAT! 'r^ We'll inspect your air conditioning system; adjust belts ir needed; • recharge unit to manufacturer's specifications. Come in or call for an appointment today. AIR CONDITIONING SPECIAL We'll check, adjust & tighten the unit, check & adjust all fittings & belts. CALL TODAY. TRIANGLE SERVICE Green Valley's Only Full Service Station •Brake Service ^Wheel Alignment •Towing •Emission Control •Propone „.,,.__,, In Green Valley 1197 E. Tropicana Ave. Open 8 AM to 5 PM Sunset & Expressway (702) 736-7371 Call Larry or Dennis for an appt. (702) 458-3037 Diuwaniedlo pTay^Qie^Kg^tlra^ ditional) harp like my mom, but the pedals were too far away," she said. "One day I made special pedal extensions for my feet and began playing solos with my mom. I don't need them anymore, though. Touring will be really cool. I've performed with symphonies before and I'mnotafraid. I'll be with my mom." (SINGLE-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL WITH GAMING ENTERPRISE OVERLAY) DISTRICT TO RS-6 (SINGLE-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL), GENERALLY LOCATED AT AURA DRIVE ANT) POCO ROAD, IN THE WESTGATE PLANNING AREA, AND OTHER MATTERS RELATING THERETO. Thr above Bill No.l397 and foregoing Ordinance was fintt pnipused and read by (ille (o the City Council of the City of Henderson, Nevada, \>n June 9, 1997, which was a Regular Meeting ot the Council and referred to the following Committee: "COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE" for recommendation. PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that the typewritten copies oflhe above mentioned Ordinance are available fur inspection by all interested parlies al the OfTice of the City Clerk, 240 WaterStreet, Henderson, Nevada, and that said Ordinance No.1749 was proposed Cor adoptitin by Couni'ilmember Hafen on the 24lh day of June, 1997; and adopted by the following roll call vote: Voting AYE: Mayor James B. (!ihson Councilmembers Jack Clark, Amanda M. Cyphers, David A. W.Mid and Arthur"Andy" Hafen Voting NAY: None Ab.sent: None h/ JAMES B. GIBSON, MAYOR ATTEST: /s/SU.SAN ROBISON, CITY CLERK H—June 26, 1997. We've^iitAiiaiidi& On Your Trash Disposal Needs Precision Waste Management For Home Or Business ; ui fioiTie C!i.':iriiTsrj i.: coiisubu^ud ;<'lvei iicjie cau dandle youi wosie • anogefTienraeeds Use the riglil disposal tecepiades toi ihe job and save • .. • • • '-. liitie n'i.-;iiey and eftr^t Monthly'efi'oi? ovQilahlc. •. .. • ',',ut)ii'ioiei vVheef*! iGcepiacie b /Conhi'Yi •• iiai: 'ju: ii/t'stcnesideriial. *.CiofjBo<-'fof t^.e.'MiJybigiobs Yorddeonup, r.ji.PhiP'ii hcmc lise kepMc^s tom 20uaiion, "id'J.^!i-cii' oi.jinireicaf ust Holds-jp ic fiileeti cDnyiuciicn sites • ;>: as'ness leiuse moy be used ii'N, cons unly $3 i\' oei.onih : '-. '^''^' ""''" -'^* '-" ^''''"' ^^'"^'^"^""v ^ -^^ ^^oiiabie 20-28 50 tu. : Coll 735-5151 \ .. J:-::^5;'y* ^' -:..' • v^^* -^;;^^j^ Call 735-5151 Call 735-5151 Silver State Disposal Service, Inc. 770 East Sahara Ave., Las Vegas, NV 89104 NEW! ^M coverall wins up to Only $1 valiidates your entire play per session! ^250 guaranteed coverall, SAME LOW PRICE! Two Sessions Nightly • 7pm & 9^ We Offer Paper 81 Boards! CONVENIENT COVERED PARKING C • A I • N • O South of Lake Mead on Water Street BOYD GAMING HENDERSON .'MMWWty*:.^ M)JU*Jl^ft^UJ-'^^*i

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mmmmfm'if^tfHfm^tafm'VW^^miiamm^^imimm m^fm mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm^mmmmtmmmmtm Page 16 Henderson Home News Thursday, June 26, 1997 LEGALS PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVENlhaltlieCityCoiincU of the City of Hcndcnon proposed by reading in title the following Ordinance at its Regular Meeting, held June 24,1997, entitled: BILL NO. 1361 ZOA-14-9S HILLSIDE DEVELOPMENT PLAN OVERLAY DISTRICT REGULATIONS AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITYOFHENDERSONTO AMEND THE HENDERSON DEVELOPMENT CODE BY ADOPTING HILLSIDE DEVELOPMENT PLAN OVERLAY DISTRICT REGULATIONS, HILLSIDE REGULATION MAP, AND OTHER MATTERS RELATED THERETO, which has been referred to a Committee of the Council as a Whole for study and recommendation and a copy of said Ordinance has been liled with the City Clerk for general public scrutiny. The Committee Meeting will be heldjulyl,1997,al6;l5p.m. The Council will consider this Ordinance for adoption at the Regular Meeting of the City Council un the 1st day of July; and in any case will adopt or reject this Ordinance within 30 days. DATED this 24(h day of June, 1997; and published June 26, 1997, in the Henderson Home News. ^S8SAW1tOm30r ami Permanent Aiakeup EslaMishments an? to tlie Regulations Governing the Sanitation of Body Piercing Establishments; to include regulation of mobile units, due to indastry request Copies of the proposed amendment can be reviewed or obtained at the Clark County Health District, 625 Shadow Lane, Wing #1, between 8:00 a.m. and 4:30p.m. weekdays Monday through Friday, or by Calling 3831261 or 383-1251. All interested persons may appear at the Hearing and state their position. Written comments will be accepted prior to the Hearing and should be directed to: District Board of Health of Clark County 625 Shadow Lane Post OITIce Box 4426 Las Vegas, NV (19127 All written and oral submissions will be considered by the District Board of Health •f Clark County. SIGNED: Clare A. Schmutz Clare A. Schmutz, REHS Envininmental Health Director DATE: June 13,1997 H—June 24, 26 1997 and of the trusts created l>y said Deed of Trust: The total anxxint of ttM unpaid balance of the obligation secured t)y the property to be sold and reasonable estimated costs, expenses and advances at the time of the initial publication of the Notice of sale Is: $37,268.32 The beneficiary under said Deed of Trust heretofore executed and delivered to the undersigned a written Declaration of Default and Dennand for Sale, and a written Notice of Default and Election to Sell. The undersigned caused said Notice of Default and Election to SeO to be recorded in the county where the real property Is kxated. "We are attemptiag to collect a debt, and any Infbnnation we obtain will bo used for that purpose" Dated: 06/06/1997 Standard Trust Deed Service Company, As Trustee, 2600 Stanwell Drive, Suite 200, Concord. Ca 94520 (510) 603-7342 By: Cheryl Sykes Assistant Secretary RSVP 16882 06/12/97,06/19A97, 06/267 H—June 12,19,26,1997 Loan No. 570-99-876/Van Patten TS # N10NW048859 APN: (507) 178-05-717-040 NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE YOU ARE IN DEFAULT UNDER A DEED OF TRUST DATED November 15, 1995. UNLESS YOU TAKE ACTION TO PROTECT YOUR PROPERTY, IT MAY BE SOLO AT A PUBUC SALE. IF YOU NEED AN EXPLANATION OF THE NATURE OF THE PROCEEDINGS AGAINST YOU, YOU SHOULD CONTACT A LAWYER. On 07/03/1997 at 10:30 A.M., Standard Trust Deed Service Company as duly appointed Trustee under and pursuant to the Deed of Trust, Recorded 11/20/1995 In Book 951120 Inst. # 01187 of Official Records In the office of the County Recorder of Clark County, Nevada: Executed by: Katherine J. Van Patten and Ronald E. Van Patten, wile and husband, as joint tenants WILL SELL at public auction, to the highest bidder for cash (all payable at the time of sale in lawful money of the United States:) at: At the Clark County Courthouse, 200 So. 3rd St, Las Vegas, NV all right, title and interest conveyed to and now held by it under said Deed of Tmst in the property situated in said County, Nevada, describing the land tt>erein: Lot Seven (7) in Bkx* Three (3) of Green VaHey East Unit No. 3, as shown by map thereof on file in Book 22 of Plats, Page 33, in the office of the County Recorder of Clark County, l^ada and as amended by that Certificate of Amendment recorded Febnjary 26, 1979 as Document No. 973934 of official records The street address and other common designatnn. If any, of the real property described atxwe is purported to be: 2236 Marlboro Drive, Hwiderson, NV (The undersigned Tmstee disclaims any liability for any inconectness of the street address and other common designation, if any, shown herein.) Said sale will be made, but without covenant or warranty, express or Implied, regarding tiOe, possession, or ancumtxanoes. to pay the remaining principal sum of the noMs) sacurad by the said Dead of Trust, with ntotwt thereon, as provided in said nola(s). ac^artoes, if any under the terms of said Deed of Tnist. fees, chaigas arxl expanses of the Tnjstaa NOTICE OF TRUSTEES SALE PFC £8669-26 Loan 332234010203 Oiwner Robert A. Kubia & VIckl J. Kubta YCXJ ARE IN DEFAULT UNDER A DEED OF TRUST DATED 0V2QB3 UNLESS YOU TAKE ACTON TO PROTECT YOUR PROPERTY, rr MAY BE SOLD AT A PUBLC SALE IF YOU NEED AN EXPLANATION OF THE NATURE OF THE PROCEEDING AGAINST YOU, YOU SHOULD CONTACT A LAWYER On 07/03/97 at 10 30 AM Peelle Financial Corporation as Tmstee of the Deed of Trust recorded 02/01/93 as instrument bbok 930201 pa ge Jig2K m^^ County of'ciafk Nwada WuFMrilit' public auction to Itie highest bidder for cash, cashier's check or certified check, or a check drawn by a credit union, savings and loan association, a savings associatxxi, or a savings bank, authonzed to do business in the Slate of California, payable at the tinne of sale in lawful money of the United States at At the front steps to the Clark County Courthouse, 200 South Third Street Las Vegas. Nevada all nght title and interest conveyed to and'now held by it under the Deed of Taist in the property descnbed as Lot One (1) in Bkxk One (1) of Sunnse Subdrvisron #1-C, as shown by Map thereof on file in Book 9 of Plats, Page 37, in the afice of the County Recorder of Clark County, Nevada APN (505) 179-17-610002 Onginal liustDr RobertA Kubla&VickiJ Kubia The street address arxl other common designation, if any, of ttie real property descnbed above IS undeistood to be 705 Cente Street #B, Henderson NV Ihe Trustee does not v^[rant the accuracy of ttie street address or other comrrxxi descnptnn of Ihe property, rf any pn>vKJod in this notice The property wilt be sokl wittxxrt covenant or v^rranty, express or implied, regarding title, possession, or ancumbrancet, to pay the unpaid balance of the note(s) secured by the Deed cf Tnjst. plus, as pnwided in such note(s}, advances, if any, under the tenns of Ihe Deed of Tnrsl. feet, charges and expenses of the Trustee At the time of the initial put)licabon of this notice, Itw total arrxxjnt cd the unpaid balance of the obligation secured by the Deed of Trust and estimated costs, expenses and advances is $68,05216 Peelle Financial Corporation, Glona Rojas, ForBckure Officer, 197 East Hamilton Avenue, Campbell, CA 9600W)290, (408) a6&6868. Dated Jun 6, 1997 ASAP268B35 aU en 8.8/26 H—JuM 12,19, 26,1997 BEFORIi; THE PUBLICSERVICE COMMISSION OK NEVADA NOTICE OF TARIFF FILING A larilT filiiiK, idrnlirii'd a-s DiKki't Nil. 97-rilH)l, liu.'i bren nird with Ihe Public Service Ciiinnii.s.riLsGrnerul Customer ServicesTarilTNo. 2. The purpose of this filing Is to classify as dcri-gulutcd the rxchaiige mrssuKe rale of $0.25, p-r exchange nic,s.saf>e, for Ly Rale of $0.01761 per kWh. The tariff revisions are filed pursuant tn Chapters 703 and 7(M of the Nevada Revised Statutes ("NRS") and Nevada Administrative Code ("NAC) and. in particular, NRS 704.I(NI and NAC 703.395. For a more detailed description of the niing, the tariff revisions are on file and available for public viewing at the ofTices of the Commission: 727 Fairview Drive, Carson City, Nevada 89710 and the Sawyer Building. S55 East Washington Avenue, Suite 46(NI, Las Vegas, Nevada 89101. Interested and affected persons^may comment in writing and Tile appropriate Protests and/or Petitions for Leave to Intervene at either nf the Commission's offices on or before Wednesday, lulv 9. 1997. By the Commission, for Crystal Reynolds CLAYTON L. HOLSTINE, Commission Sectrtary Dated: Carson City, Nevada 6/16/97 (SEAL) H—June 26,1997. BEFORE THE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF NEVADA NOTICF. OF TARIFF nLINC AtMackc9d^e8xwbsiv as follows LOT FORTY-FOUR (44) IN BLOCK FIFTEEN (15) OF AMENDED GREEN VALLEY SOUTH UNIT NO 60-5 AS SHOWN BY MAP THEREOF ON FILE IN BOOK 41 OF PLATS^ PAGE 99^ IN THE OFFICE OF THE COUNTY RECORDER OF aARK COUNTY. NgVADA Date ol Sate 7/3fl7 at 11 30 AM Place ol Sate OUTSIDE THE MAIN ENTRANCE TO THE COUNTY COURTHOUSE, SOUTH 3RD STREET AND CARSON AVE LAS VEGAS NEVADA Estimated S* Amount $133.73006 Street Address or other common designation of real properly 2369 K1ILLCR0FT DRIVE HENDERSON, NEVADA 89014 APN # 17eO7.22O-O10 The undersigned Trustee disclaims any liability lor any incorrectness of the street address or other common designation if any shown above 11 no street address or other common designation is shovm. directions lo the bcation ol the prooerty may be oblained by sending a written request to the beneficiary within lO days ol the date ol first pubicalon of this Notice of Sale Date June 06.1997 UTIVE TRUSTEE SERVICES,-INC ,-SAN FERNANDO MISSION 6LVD ., • ; • .• SUITE 208 • • MISSION HILLS CA 91345 • • • '. ': • (ei8)361.4488 CANDYHERZQG 6/12fl7 6/19/97 6/267 HENDERSON KOME NEWS ... H—June 12,19.26.1997 NOTICE OF EXCHANGE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Cily of Henderson, Nevada, a municipal corporation, intends to oITerfor exchange that certain real property consisting of approximately O.lO acres of vacant lund, heing a psiLs must be in the form of a certified check, money order, or cashier's (heck. Depthill .shall contain Ihe folkiwing statement TftHowing Ihe legal description: The above described property is to become adjoined tn and become part nf that properly conveyed tn Foothill Investment Company hy deed recorded on September 30,1971 in BiHtk 168, as Inst No. 133627. INSPECTION To arrange inspection of the property or review the ap5 raisal, contart the Pniperty Management Division at 565.V7 Monday through Thursday, 7:30 a.m. lo .S:3 p.m. DATE, TIME AM) PLACE FOR OPENING ANT) ACTION UW)N OFFERS OF PURCHASE The |)licaiit will purchase this scrricefrom a third party provider, Smart.Serv Online, through a joint agreement and resell the service to Applicant's end user customers. Services offered through the Visual In. formation Service may he modified as additional services become available or existing .services become obsolete or unavailable. Applicant propoNes to cliarge$7.95 a month for the .service and to offer it in its entire .Serving Area. This application is fded pursuant to Chap(ers703and 704 of the Nevada Revist-d Statutes and Nevada Administrative Code ("NAC") and, in particular, NAC 704.4245 and NAC 704.6K06 -704.6807. Fi>r a more detailed description of Ihe proposed cloNsificatiiHi, the application is on file and available for tublic viewing at the offices It the Comnnssion: 727 Fairview Drive, Carson City, Nevada 89711) and Ihe Sawder Building, 555 East Washington Avenue, Suite 4600. Las Vegas. Nevada 89101. Interested and affected persons may comment in Iwriting and file appropriate /Protests and/nr Petitions for I Leave to intervene at either I of the Commissiiui's ofTices on or before Wednesday. jjiixiLisaa. By the Commission /s/ Clayton L. Holstine CLAYTON L. HOLSTINE. ComniLssion Secretary Dated: Carsim Cily, Nevada June 12.1997 (SEAL) H—June 19,1997. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I, MARKER PLAZA/BOAT AND MINI STORAGE WILL SELL CONTENTS OF BELOW NAMED UNITS AT AUCTION TO SATISFY STORAGE LIENS. THIS SALE SUBJECT TO PRIOR CANCELLATION IN EVENT ALL MONIES DUE ARE PAID TO DATE AND GOODS REMOVED. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO BID. AUCTION TO BE H ELD AT 9 A.M. MONDAY, JULY 7.1997. CASH ONLY. 1. GERALDINE HOSKINS UNIT #1043 P.O. BOX 858 CLOVERDALE, IN 461200858 2. ANTHONY BALUTA UNIT #1122 1837 MERZE AVE. HENDERSON, NV 89015 3. LARRY & ANGELA ADAMS UNIT #2064 813 TRACY ST. HENDERSON, NV 890156070 H—Jiine 26, July 1, 3, 1997. LEGAL NOTICE A LIEN HAS BEEN PLACED ON THE GOODS STORED IN MINI STORAGE UNITS OF STORE YOUR STUFF, 488 W. VICTORY RD., HENDERSON, NV. 89015. TO RECOVER PAST DUE RENT. ALL UNITS WILL BE SOLDBYSEALEDBID ON JULYll,1997ATll:0flAM. ALL OWNERS OF UNITS UP FOR SALE MUST PAY CHARGES OWED IN FULL ON OR BEFORE 7-897 BEFORE 5 P.M. PERSONAL PROPERTY AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS TORESOLDARESTORED BY AND FOR THE FOLLOWING PARTIES: FORTUNATO ORDINE UNIT #8 TAMARA TEW UNIT #26 DEBRA IVY UNIT #60 LEWIS WELLS #146 STORE YOUR STUFF RESERVES THE RIGHT TO BID ON ANY UNIT FOR THE TOTAL AMOUNT OWING. H—June 26, July 3,1997. Thursday, June 26, 1997 Hefid^rson Home Nws Page 17 BEFORE THE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF NEVADA NOTICE OF AP PLICATION An application, designated as Docket No. 97-6012, has been filed with the Public Service CommLssinn of Nevada ("Commission") by Nevada Power Company ("Applicant") for an order authorizing the issuance ai>d sale of stiK-k and Applicant requests the Commission to enter an order authorizing Applicant to: 1. Issue and sell up to $300 million of preferred stock, tax advantaged preferred stuck or common stock for any or all of Ihe following purprMes: one or more negotiated public or private offerings, Ihe Applicant's Stm-k Purchase and Dividend Reinvestment Plan, the Applicant's StKk Purchase and Dividend Reinvestment Plan, the applicant's 401(k) Plan, and any other purpose deemed appropriate. 2. Enter into agreements with Clark Gmnty, Nevada for the issuance and sale of tax-exempt Nevada Industrial Development Revenue Bonds ("IDBs") in a principal amount equal to $38,522,146 plus any bond cap the Applicant may obtain, at .such lime and upm such conditions as Applicanl determines to he favorable to finance certain expenditures. Use the pnH-eeds from the IDBs to provide funds for the construction, completion, extension or improvement nf facilities required In provide liK'al electric .service which Applicant believes lo be Higihle for such tax-exempt financing. 3. Enter into agreements with Cm-oni no County, A rizona for the issuam-e and sale of tax-exempt Piillulion Contnd Revenue Bonds ("PCRB") in a principal amount not to exceed $35 million at .such time and UIHHI such conditions as the Applicant determines lo be favorable to rinance certain expenditures. 4. issue and .sell up to $625 million (Ihe amount lobe reduced by the amount nf tax-exempt debt issued) in Debt with maturities greater than 3 years, tn include any or all of the following: tax-advantaged Debt, taxable Debt, and any other type of Debt Ihe applicant determines lo be appropriate at the lime of issuaiK'e. 5. Issue Shd all related rinancial documents required for the completion of such finaiH-ings. 12. Use the priK-eeds fnim the Sl ( |II^S.' LEGAL NOTICE S.N.A.P. TOW, INC. L ," 1239 N. Boulder Highway Henderson, Nevada 89015 (702)564-1180 The vehicles listed herein will be sold al Dealer/Wrecker Auction on JUNE 27,1997 at 8:00 a.m., at 1239 N. Boulder Hwy., Henderson, Nevada. Vehicles are stJd as is, no warranty o guarantee of any kind is given or implied. Snap Tow reserves Ihe right to set minimum bid.i and also bid on the following vehicles. Vehicles are available for viewing the da)f. before Ihe auction. YR MAKE MODEL VIN — REGA.EGAL — • • 95 GEO METRO 2C1MR2260SG709426 MYRTIS 91 SUBURU LEGACY 4S3BC6321M9620485 JACOBSON/FB 78 CADI FLEETWOOD 6B69S8Q160730 ~ 93 DODGE DAKOTA 1B7GG23Y6PS171406 IRELANIVNV STATE B.K 89 NISSAN 290 SX JN1HS36P4K012223 SHELBY/US BANK 75 DATSUN B210 HLB210093702 VENlTH 89 NISSAN SENTRA JNlf;B22S6KU53SS00 ALEXANDER/ 88 CHEVY DUALY 89 TOYOTA CAROLLA 90 ACURA INTEGRA 85 NISSAN MAXIMA H—June 12,19, 26,1997. MERC FINANCE 1GCHR33N4J143059 1NXAE92EXKZ014045 FORSET/GMAC^ JH4DA9355LSG(ttl709 WIEKERT/CHASE' MANHATTAN JN1HU11S9FT036017 L CALL TO ORDER H. CONFIRMATION OF POSTING / IILROLLCALL IV. ACCEPTANCE OF AGENDA V. ITEMS OF BUSINESS ; C-1 BILL NO. 1361 \ .: • \ ZOA-14-95 .,^ HIII .SIDE DEimXiPAJENXPXAIiiQiamA^JjiaaiCT-BEfillfcAIIQMS APPLICANT: OTY OF HENDERSON AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF HENDERSON TO AMEND THE HENDERSON DEVELOPMENT CODE BY ADOPTING HILLSIDE DEVELOPMENT PLAN OVERLAY DISTRICT REGULATIONS HILLSIDE REGULATION MAP AND OTHER MATTERS RELATED THERETO. C-2 BILL NO. 1388 PARENTAL & PREMISE OR OCCUPANT RESPONSIBILITY POSSESSION OR PURCHASE OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF HENDERSON MAKING PARENTS AND GUARDIANS RESPONSIBLE FOR PERSONS UNDER THE AGE OF 21 CONSUMING, PURCHASING, OR POSSESSING ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES; AND OTHER MATTERS RELATED THERETO. C-2 BILL NO. 1400 — • ^ • y. : [' :—^— ". -1 Z-42-97 SYNDEE'S WAREHOUSE AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF HENDERSON AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 1120 BY AMENDING THE ZONING MAP TO RECLASSIFY CERTAIN REAL PROPERTY WITHIN THE CITY LIMITS OF THE CITY OF HENDERSON, DESCRIBED AS A PORTION OF SECTION 14, TOWNSHIP 22 SOUTH, RANGE 62 EAST, M.D.B. & M., CLARK COUNTY, NEVADA, BY AMENDING WAIVERS OF APPROVED DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS FOR THE BLACK MOUNTAIN BUSINESS PARK (Z-30-94) TO ALLOW AN INCREASE FROM 33 PERCENT TO 49 PERCENT.FOR A PROFESSIONAL OFFICE IN THE IG-MP ZONING DISTRICT, LOCATED AT 975 AMERICAN PACIFIC DRIVE, IN THE GIBSON SPRINGS PLANNING AREA, AND OTHER MATTERS RELATING THERETO. C-4 BILL NO. 1401 PRIVATE PATROLMEN SECURITY GUARDS AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF HENDERSON AMENDING H.M.C., TITLE 8, PUBLIC PEACE AND SAFETY, BY ADDING A NEW CHAPTER, TO BE ENTITLED PRIVATE PATROLMEN-SECURITY GUARDS, WHICH WILL PROHIBIT THE USE OF BADGES, UNIFORMS AND VEHICLES UNLESS APPROVED BY THE HENDERSON POLICE DEPARTMENT, AND WILL ALSO PROHIBIT ANY FALSE REPRESENTATION OF AUTHORITY; AND OTHER MATTERS RELATED THERETO. C-5 BILL NO. 1402 v.f .JM iN.,,*? '^-i'f' ;: > Z-36-97 POWELL BLEACH PLANT AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF HENDERSON AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 1120 BY AMENDING THE ZONING MAP TO RECLASSIFY CERTAIN REAL PROPERTY WITHIN THE CITY LIMITS OF THE CITY OF HENDERSON, DESCRIBED AS A PORTION OF SECTION 14, TOWNSHIP 22 SOUTH, RANGE 62 EAST, M.D.B. & M., CLARK COUNTY, NEVADA, TO ESTABLISH CITY OF HENDERSON IG (GENERAL INDUSTRY) DISTRICT, LOCATED AT 850 WEST LAKE MEAD DRIVE INTHE GIBSON SPRINGS PLANNING AREA, AND OTHER MATTERS RELATING THERETO. VI. ADJOURNMENT • :..;' ^ • • • '-• ^". '..'• • • .>. • • '• • • > v. The vehicles listed herein will be sold Henderson, Nevada. Vehdies are sold right to set minimum bids and also bid YR MAKE MODEL 88 PONT 6000 86 CHEV CAVILER 92 NISSAN SENTRA 84 MAZDA B2000 89 YAMAHA ROYAL 89^ DODGE CARAVAN 89 NISSAN 240SX 90 ACURA INTEGRA 95 HYUNDAI ACCENT 85 OLDS CUTLASS 89 IZUZU IMPULSE 68 CADI COUPE 83 BUICK SKYLARK 85 PLYMOUTH RELIANT 79 CHRYS CARDOVA 81 DATSUN 310GX 81 OLDS CUTLASS 96 NISSAN 2flOSX 88 NISSAN SENTRA 94 HYUNDAI EXCELL 81 OLDS 98 88 CHEVY DUALY 83 MAZDA GSL 87 TOYOTA CAROLLA 82 CADI FLEETWOOD 75 DATSUN B210 95 ACURA LEGEND 92 MERCURY TOPAZ 77 FORD LTD 79 OLDS TORNADO 82 TOYOTA TERCEL 79 CHEVY EL CAMINO 89 CHEVY BERETTA 88 CHEVY CAVALIER 86 CHEVY P/U CHEVY P/U 83 BUICK JEEP PARK AVE. DODGE DIPLOMAT 85 HYUNDAI EXCELL 87 CHRYSLER LEBARON 87 DODGE RAM 90 MITSU PRECIS 88 TOYOTA CAROLLA 85 IZUZU I-MARK 85 FORD TEMPO 91 PONT GRAND AM 86 FORD RANGER 84 PLYMOUTH RELIANT 89 FORD T-BIRD 79 VW BUG •7 PLYMOUTH VOYAGER 91 SUBARU LEGACY 78 CADI FLEETWOOD 89 GMC S-15 90 PLYMOUTH HORIZON ECLIPSE 89 MITSU ^ PONT GRAND AM 92 PORD TAURUS 91 CHEVY CAVILER H—Jane 19, 2S, Jaly i, 1997 LEGL NOTICE S.N.A.P. TOW, INC. ., ,:• • • 1239 N. Boulder Highway :U. : ;'V; ; v' s..:^'^ Suite900 Henderson, Nevada 89015 (702)564-1180 at Dealer/Wrecker AucUon im JULY 11,1997 at 9:00 a.m., at 1239 N. Boulder Hwv., as is, no warranty or guarantee of any kind is given nr implied. Snap tnw reserves the on the following vehicles. Vehicles are available fnr viewing the day befnre the auction. VIN REG/LEGAL 1G2JB5IK0J7530378 MURPHY/ZION 1G1JE27PXGJ116470 BUSCH JN1EB31P1NTJ130689 GEORGE/WESTAR JM2GC1215EG921671 JYA1NLEO5KA027445 MACLAREN/NATIONS CREDIT 2B4FK25K6KR244638 VILLANVEVA JN1HS36P4KW012223 SELBY/US BANK OF NEVADA JH4DA93S5LS008709 WIEKERT/CHASE MANHATTAN KMHVF14NXSU191367 HASSLERmYUNDAI MOTOR 1G3AMI9R1FD465341 SINKA JABBR07L3K7301163 F-SnWIU HATCHINSON 1G4AC69X7DW48277! JOHNSON 1P3BP3IC5FC;1326C9191724 HLB2HNI93702 VEITH JH4KA826XSC0006tl9 PETERS/AMERICAN HONDA IMEPM37U3NK6359545 NISSAN MOTORS CORP 7J635144244I 3257R9E132482 JT2AL2II)XC44.V177 1WKOHVK465II3 lf;iLV14W6KY234613 NTJSSLE 1G1JC1I19J7131535 MACLODDEN/GRANITE FUNDING 1GCDCI4FIGJ11X1979 GREATHOUSE/NORWESTFIN. IGCCC14D5BF.V47.<;9 NEWMAN K;4AW69Y3D400331 WALKER 8505015 lB3BG26.S8JW17t597 KMHLF31J7GU077S50 1C3BJS5K7HG166603 ROBINSON/MERCURY FINANCE IB7FD14TIHS474872 LV DOIHJE INC PARTS DEPT. KPHVDI2JXLUlHl2K4730 1GTCSI9Z2K8$IKUM4 CHENAY/NEV FEDERAL CREDIT 1P3XL18D4LC7I4672 AIMON/CHRYSLER CREDIT 4A3CS44U9LFJI26645 ROSSITER lG2NV274IK;C54iJ53 EVANS;MAC IFACP50U7NG165332 KIRARNDA/RANDY AUTO IGlJCi4Gn FaciUty. CA-7 INTERLOCAL CONTRACT REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT FISCAL YEAR 1997-98 ANNUAL MAINTENANCE PROGRAM Intcrlmd Contract between the City of Henderson and the Clark County Regional Flood Control Dtftrkl for Fhcal Year 1997-98 Annual Maintenance Program. CA-8 INTERLOCAL CONTRACT REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT TRANSFER SURPLUS PROPERTY ^. _^^ „^ „„, Intcrtocal Cootnct between the City of Henderson and the Clark County Regional Flood Control Dblrict lo transfer Mirpius property. CA-9 INTERLOCAL CONTRACT REOKMAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT BLACK MWTNTAIN DETENTION BASIN Interimri Contrart between the CHy of Hidcnon and the Oarh County Rcsiooal Flood Control District for Bhick Mountain Detention Basin. CA-10 REVISED CLASS SPECinCATION MUNICIPAL COURT ADMINISTRATIVE CLERK Revised class specification for Administrative Clerk. CA-n REVISED CLASS SPECinCATION POLICE DEPARTMENT ANIMAL CONTROL OFnCER Revised class specification for Animal Control Officer. CA-12 REVISED CLASS SPECinCATION ". PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT PERSONNEL TECHNICIAN Revised class specification for Personnel Technician. CA-13 REVISED CLASS SPECIHCATIONS PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT PROJECT ENGINEER I AND II Revised class specifications for Project Engineer I and II. CA-14 CLASS SPECinCATION AND WAGE ASSIGNMENT PLANNING DEPARTMENT GIS MANAGER Class specification for GIS Manager and the wage assignment to Range 531 of the Managerial Wage Schedule. CA-15 AMEND STAFF COMPLEMENT PLANNING DEPARTMENT GIS MANAGER/DEMOGRAPHER PLANNER Amend the Staff Complement by adding one (1) GIS Manager and deleting one (1) Demographer Planner from fund 01-09-01. CA-16 INCREASE IN WAGE ASSIGNMENT BUILDlNCJ AND SAFETY : \" ? • • BUILDING PLANS EXAMINER II Approval of increase in wage assignment for Building Plans Examiner II to Range 486 of the Blue Collar Wage Schedule. CA-17 INCREASE IN WAGE ASSIGNMENT V / -v• r/'":/ : • '. PUBLIC WORKS UTILITIES UTILITY PLANS EXAMINER Approval of increase in wage assignment for Utility Plans Examiner to Range 486 of the Blue Collar Wage Schedule. CA-18 AWARD OF BID BID NO. 118-96*97 r'6T8WNoTTiy9 S *9 7 n ir a Sl H > p 'tfflrtirffiie1 mwaT e 5p ii iB i em i tfT ea ^it i mlt ^ bidder. • • •'... • CA-19 REIMBURSEMENT OF ACQUISITION COSTS LID T-4 PROJECT ADP 19b, SEGMENT W-lOp AMERICAN NEVADA CORPORATION i Ratify payment to American Nevada Corporation for reimbursement of acqtiisition costs relating to Local Improvement District T-4, Project ADP 19b, Segment W-lOp. CA-20 REIMBURSEMENT OF ACQUISITION COSTS LID T-4 PROJECT ADP 21d, SEGMENT G-21d Ratify payment to American Nevada Corporation for reimbursement of acquisition costs relating to Local Improvement District T-4, Project ADP 21d, Segment G-21d. CA-21LID#862 BILLING AND COLLECTION OF FUTURE ASSESSMENTS Approval to direct Clark County to stop billing and collecting future assessments for Henderson Local Improvement District #862. CA-22 AUTHORIZATION TO APPRAISE PROPERTY 147 WEST BASIC ROAD Authorization to appraise property at 147 West Basic Road. CA-23 OFF-SITE IMPROVEMENT BOND ESTIMATE AND INSPECTION FEE FORM Approval of the revised Public Works Off-site Improvement Bond Estimate and Inspection Fee form. (CONTINUED FROM JUNE 24,1997) CA-24 SEWER FORCE MAIN LAKE LAS VEGAS Acceptance of the dedication of right-of-way for the permanent sewer force main to serve Lake Las Vegas. CA-25 PAVEMENT CUT REQUEST RAMROD AVENUE APPLICANT: SOUTHWEST GAS CORPORATION Request from Southwest Gas Corporation for permission to cut Ramrod Avenue for Ihe purpose of installing a I 1/8" Polvethylcne gas service to the Bank West of Nevada to Ramrod Avenue and Green Valley Parkway. CA-26 BUSINESS LICENSE SAV-ON#3218 APPLICANT: CARDIVAN COMPANY Application for Additional Location for Gaming Devices (15 Slots) Business License for CardivaiiL Cowpany dbiU Sav-On #3218, 1551 West Sunset Road, Henderson, Nevada, 89014. CA-27 BUSINESS LICENSE ALBERTSON'S #614 APPLICANT: CARDIVAN COMPANY Application for Additional Location for Gaming Devices (15 Slots) Business License for Cardivan Company dbat #614,55 South Verde Drive, Henderson, Nevada, 89012. CA-28 BUSINESS LICENSE ALBERTSON'S #68(S APPLICANT: CARDIVAN COMPANY „ ._ dwelling units per acre, generally located on the north side of Aspen Peak Loop east of Skyforest Drive, in the Piltman planning area. CA-42 ZONE CHANGE Z-39-97 STEPHANIE AND CARDONA APPLICANT: STUART MIXER COMMERCIAL/ONCOR INTERNATIONAL Review of a reclassification request from RS-2-G (Single-Family Residential with Gaming Enterprise Overiay) district to RM-16 (Multi-Family Residential) district, gcncraUy located at the southwest comer of Cardona Way andStephanic Street, in the Green VaUey Ranch pkinning area. CA-43a ZONE CHANGE Z-45-97 CA-43b PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT AND TENTATIVE MAP PUD/TM-59-97 GREEN VALLEY RANCH PARCEL 45 APPLICANT: GREEN VALLEY DEVELOPMENT LP Review of a rechissification request from PS-MP (Public and Semipubllc with Master Development Plan Overlay) dislrkt and RM-8-MP (Medium Density Residential with Master Development Plan Overlay) district to RS-6-MP (Single-Family Residential with Master Development Plan Overiay) and review of residential subdivision consisting of 73 lots un 19.7 acres with a density of 3.7 units per acres located al the southeast comer of Carnegie Road and Cozy Hill Circle, in the Green Valley Ranch planning area. CA-44 VARIANCE V-30-97 :] APPLICANT: ERNEST AND DARLENE DAVIDSON "' Request for a height variance from 4 feet to 6 feet for a chain link fence In the front yard at 1211 Santa Helena, in Ihe Mission Hills planning area. CA-45 FINAL MAP FM-31 -97 SEVEN HILLS PARCEL U APPLICANT: SILVER CANYON PARTNERSHIP • Final Map for Seven Hills Parcel U, 123 lots 39 J acre*. ; CA-46 FINAL MAP FM-34-97 : SEVEN HILLS PARCEL N-1 APPLICANT: AMERICAN NEVADA CORPORATION -Ji!ML&4ap.fo!:^JImJ^UJsJPJUPi?id.^.79Jn^ VII. PUBLIC HEARINGS PH-47 APPEAL (AP-5-97) PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT AND TENTA-HVE MAP PUD/TM-58-97 Application for Additional Location for Gaming Devices (IS Slots) Business License for Cardivan dbat Albertson's #686, 260 E. Lake Mead Drive, Henderson, Nevada, 89015. PLANNING COMMISSION RECOMMENDATIONS OF JUNE 12,1997: CA-29 RIGHT-OF-WAY ROW-53-97 '^, APPLICANT: DEL WEBB COMMUNITIES, INC. Acceptance of drainage casement south of Horizon Ridge Parkway and north of Pago Pago Drive in the northwest quarter ofSection 26, Township 22, Range 62, in the MacDonald Ranch planning area. -' CA-30 RIGHT-OF-WAY ,, .-.„.,,„. • • ; .. ROW-54-97 • --,-,. ,.-r.,.^.___^ ____..^ .-^; -' ." • • APPLICANT: DELBERT AND ROBIN SOLSMA Acceptance of a portion of Stirrup Drive and a portion of Thoroughbred Road and spandrel in the south half of the northwest quarter of the southeast quarter of Ihe southeast quarter ofSection 27, Township 22, Range 63, in the River Mountain planning area. CA-31 RIGHT-OF-WAY ROW-S5-97 APPLICANT: THE WHITE LIVING TRUST Acceptance of a portion of Coll Drive in the south half of Ihe southwest quarter of the northeast quarter of the northeast quarter ofSection 27, Township 22, Range 63, in the River Mountain planning area. CA-32 EXTENSION OF TIME ^ TENTATIVE MAP TM-46-96 — FOOTHILLS RANCH SOUTH APPLICANT: WOODSIDE HOMES Review of an extension of time of tentative map for residential subdivision consisting of 95 "lots on 20 acres with a density of 4.7 dwelling units per acre generally located south of Arroyo Grande Boulevard and west of Stephanie Street, in the Green Valley Ranch planning area. CA-33 EXTENSION OF TIME VARIANCE V-13-94 WESTWOOD VILLAGE RS-6 NO. 1 APPUCANT: PARDEE CONSTRUCTION CO. Request for extension of time for variance to allow a 4.9 fool encroachment into the fivefool side yard setback for a temporary sales office at 2211.Midvale Terrace in the Green Valley South planning area. CA-34 TENTATIVE MAP TM-55-97 LAKE MEAD/VALLE VERDE COMMERCIAL CENTER APPLICANT: SILVER SPRINGS, INC. Review of commercial subdivision consisting of 2 lots on 35.9 acres, located at Ihe intersection of Lake Mead Drive and Valle Verde Drive, in the Green Valley South planning area. CA-35 MASTER SIGN PLAN SP-15-97 SOUTH VALLEY RANCH APPLICANT: PACinC COMMUNITIES DEVELOPMENT CORP. Review of a master sign plan at 3250 N. Boulder Highway, in the Piltman planning area. CA-36 ARCHFTECTURAL REVIEW AR-101-97 EASTERN/WIGWAM COMMERCIAL CENTER APPLICANT: DR. JOEL STOKES Review of a proposed office complex consisting of 15,000 square feet on 1.5 acres at 8450 S. Eastem Avenue, in the Green Valley South planning area. CA-37 ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW AR-107-97 MARIE CALLENDER'S APPLICANT: MARIE CALLENDER Review of a proposed restaurant at 530 N. Stephanie Street, in the Whitney Ranch planning area. CA-38 ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW AR-106-97 EASTGATE TRACT 5 DESIGN GUIDELINES APPLICANT: P. H. PROPERTIES, EASTGATE Review of design guideUncs for Eastgatc Tract 5 at 1250 W. Warm Springs Road, in the Gibson Springs planning area. CA-39 ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW AR-127-97 ST. THOMAS MORE CATHOLIC CHURCH APPLICANT: ST. THOMAS MORE CATHOLIC COMMI'NITY Review of a proposed temporary offlce space consisting of a 1,440-square-foot trailer on 9i acres at 130 N. Pecos Road, in the Green Valley South planning area. CA-40 PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT AND TENTATIVE MAP PUiyrM-52-97 SOUTH VALLEY RANCH PARCEL 6A APPLICANT: KAUFMAN A BROAD NEVADA, INC. Review of a residential subdi vision twlltlwi of 156 lots on 25.9 acres, with i density of 6.0 dwelling uniu per acre generaliy lacXtd on the south sMe of Aspen Peak Loop east of Skyforest Drive, in the Pittman-planning area. CA-41 PLANNED UWT DEVELOPMENT AND TENTATIVE MAP PUDiTM-53-97 SOUTH VALLEY RANCH PARCEL 6B APPUCANT: KAUFMAN A BROAD NEVADA. INC Review of a residential Hibdit iuon cun^iiting of 164 lots on 27 J acrca, with a density of 6.0 EASTERN AND SERENE COMMERCIAL CENTER APPLICANT: FIRST AMERICAN EQUI'nES Review of commercial subdivision on 5 acres, generally located at the southeast comer of Eastern Avenue and Serene Avenue, in the Westgatc planning area. (PLANNING COMMISSION RECOMMENDED DENIAL) PH-48 PUBLIC HEARING ^^ .. ..' PROPOSED LEASE OF OFFICE SPACE ^ ^-r..^ HENDERSON DISTRICT PUBLIC LIBRARY '" /^ Public hearing to consider the leasing of 1257 square feet of space located at the Artie j. Cannon Neighborhood Center in Wells Park to the Henderson District Public Library. PH-49 PUBLIC HEARING PROPOSED LEASE OF OFFICE SPACE ;; HENDERSON BOYS & GIRLS CLUB Public hearing to consider Ihe leasing of 3268 square feet of space located at the Artie J. Cannon Neighborhood Center in Wells Park to the Henderson Boys and Girls Club, Inc. VIII. CITIZEN'S CONCERNS Items discussed cannot be acted upon at this meeting, but can be referred by Council to the next Regular Meeting for consideration. IX. UNFINISHED BUSINESS UB-50 BILL NO. 1361 ZOA-14-95 .>-^i' HILLSIDE DEVELOPMENT PLAN OVERLAY DISTRICT REGULATIONS APPLICANT: CITY OF HENDERSON AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF HENDERSON TO AMEND THE HENDERSON DEVELOPMENT CODE BY ADOPTING HILLSIDE DEVELOPMENT PLAN OVERLAY DISTRICT REGULATIONS HILLSIDE REGULATION MAP AND OTHER MATTERS RELATED THERETO. (FINAL ACTION) UB-51 BILL NO. 1388 PARENTAL & PREMISE OR OCCUPANT RESPONSIBILITY POSSESSION OR PURCHASE OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES i AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF HENDERSON MAKING PARENTS AND GUARDIANS RF:SP0NSIBLE FOR PERSONS UNDERTHE AGE OF 21 CONSUMING, PURCHASING, OR POSSESSING ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES; AND OTHER MATTERS RELATED THERETO. (FINAL ACTION) UB-52 BILL NO. 1400 .' Z-42-97 • • ,.:-.,: -v.,..' ;,,,^--;: ;: • ;,;•::;;:.;, :• • • SYNDEE'S WAREHOUSE ~SN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNQL OF THE OTY OF HENDERSON AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 1120 BY AMENDING THE ZONING MAP TO RECLASSIFY CERTAIN REAL PROPERTY WITHIN THE CITY LIMITS OF THE CITY OF HENDERSON, DESCRIBED AS A PORTION OF SECTION 14, TOWNSHIP 22 SOUTH, RAN{;E 62 EAST, M.D.B. & M., CLARK COUNTY, NEVADA, BY AMENDING WAIVERS OF APPROVED DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS FOR THE BLACK MOUNTAIN BUSINESS PARK (Z-30-94) TO ALLOW AN INCREASE FROM 33 PERCENT TO 49 PERCENT FOR A PROFESSIONAL OFFICE IN THE IG-MP ZONING DISTRICT, LOCATED AT 975 AMERICAN PACIHC DRIVE, IN THE GIBSON SPRINGS PLANNING AREA, AND OTHER MATTERS RELATING THERETO. (HNAL ACTION) """^"^ r -T—' ~^^ UB-53 BILL NO. 1401 PRIVATE PATROLMEN SECURITY GUARDS AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF HENDERSON AMENDING H.M.C., TITLE 8, PUBLIC PEACE AND SAFETY, BY ADDING A NEW CHAPTER, TO BE ENTITLED PRIVATE PATROLMEN-SECURITY GUARDS, WHICH WILL PROHIBIT THE USE OF BADGES, UNIFORMS AND VEHICLES UNLESS APPROVED BY THE HENDERSON POLICE DEPARTMENT, AND WILL ALSO PROHIBIT ANY FALSE REPRESENTATION OF AUTHORITY; AND OTHER MATTERS RELATED THERETO. (RNAL ACTION) UB-54 BILL NO. 1402 Z-36-97 POWELL BLEACH PLANT AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF HENDERSON AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 1120 BY AMENDING THE ZONING MAP TO RECLASSIFY CERTAIN REAL PROPERTY WITHIN THE CITY LIMITS OF THE CITY OF HENDERSON, DESCRIBED AS A PORTION OF SECTION 14, TOWNSHIP 22 SOUTH, RANGE 62 EAST, M.D.B. & M., CLARK COUNTY, NEVADA, TO ESTABLISH CITY OF HENDERSON IG (GENERAL INDUSTRY) DISTRICT, LOCATED AT 850 WEST LAKE MEAD-DRIVE IN THE GIBSON SPRINGS PLANNING AREA, AND OTHER MATTERS RELATING THERETO. (FINAL ACTION) X. NEW BUSINESS NB-55 AMENDMENT TO MASTER STREETS AND HIGHWAYS PLAN MSH-3-97 APPLICANT: CITY OF HF:NDERS0N Review of a proposed realignment of Ciibson Road in Ihe vicinity of Sunset Road, generally located in the Midway planning area. (PLANNING COMMISSION RECOMMENDS DENIAL) NB-56 RESOLUTION Z-39-97 STEPHANIE AND CARDONA APPLICANT: STUART MIXER COMMERCIAL/ONCOR INTERNATIONAL A RF^SOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF HENDERSON COMMITTING THE CITY COUNCIL TO REZONE CERTAIN PROPERTY WITHIN THE CITY LIMITS OF THE CITY OF HENDERSON, DESCRIBED AS A PORTION OF SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 22 SOUTH. RANGE 62 EAST, M.D.B. & M, CLARK COUNTY, NEVADA, FROM RS-2-G (SINGLE-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL WITH GAMING ENTERPRISE OVERLAY) DISTRICT TO RM-16 (MULTI-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL) DISTRICT LOCATED AT THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF CARDONA WAY AND STEPHANIE STREET, IN THE GREEN VALLEY RANCH PLANNING AREA. NB-57 BILL NO. 1403 Z-45-97 APPLICANT: GREEN VALLEY DEVELOPMENT AN ORDINANCE OF THE OTY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF HENDERSON AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 1120 BY AMENDING THE ZONING MAP TO RECLASSIFY CERTAIN REAL PROPERTY WITHIN THE CFTY LIMITS OF THE OTY OF HENDERSON, DESCRIBED AS A PORTION OF SECTION 30, TOWNSHIP 22 SOUTH, RANGE 62 EAST, M.D.B. & M.. CLARK COUNTY, NEVADA, FROM PS-MP (PUBLIC AND SEMIPUBLIC WITH MASTER DEVELOPMENT PLAN OVERLAY) DISTRICT AND RM-8-MP (MEDIUM DENSITY RESIDENTIAL WITH MASTER DEVELOPMENT PLAN OVERLAY) DISTRICT TO RS-6-MP (SINGLE-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL WITH MASTER DEVELOPMENT PLAN OVERLAY) DISTRICT LOCATED AT THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF CARNEGIE ROAD AND COZY HILL CIRCLE, IN THE GREEN VALLEY RANCH PLANNING AREA, AND OTHER MATTERS RELATING THERETO. (REFER TO COMMITTEE MEETING OF JULV 15,1997) NB-S8 BILL NO. 1404 AMEND CHAPTER 15.16 OF THE H.M.C. ELECTRICAL CODE AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY CX)UNaL OF THE CTTY OF HENDERSON TO AMEND HENDERSON MUNIOPAL CX>DE C:HAPTER lS.l'%LECnUCALCX)Dr'. AND OTHER MATTERS RELATED THERETa XI. SET MEETING XII. ADJOURNMENT AGENDA DFAmlNE All Hens for inchition on Uie City Coundl Agenda tor Ika • Natfaa if July IS, 1997. muct be mbmittcd, in writing, no lalcr HMH TtmntKf, My X 1997 at 5:30 p.m. lo Uie City Ckrk'i office. Any itcat rccds^ after the above dale wU antoia tka By be plaeei on Ihe CoaadI Agenda. H—June 26,199?.

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mmmmfm'if^tfHfm^tafm'VW^^miiamm^^imimm m^fm mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm^mmmmtmmmmtm Page 16 Henderson Home News Thursday, June 26, 1997 LEGALS PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVENlhaltlieCityCoiincU of the City of Hcndcnon proposed by reading in title the following Ordinance at its Regular Meeting, held June 24,1997, entitled: BILL NO. 1361 ZOA-14-9S HILLSIDE DEVELOPMENT PLAN OVERLAY DISTRICT REGULATIONS AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITYOFHENDERSONTO AMEND THE HENDERSON DEVELOPMENT CODE BY ADOPTING HILLSIDE DEVELOPMENT PLAN OVERLAY DISTRICT REGULATIONS, HILLSIDE REGULATION MAP, AND OTHER MATTERS RELATED THERETO, which has been referred to a Committee of the Council as a Whole for study and recommendation and a copy of said Ordinance has been liled with the City Clerk for general public scrutiny. The Committee Meeting will be heldjulyl,1997,al6;l5p.m. The Council will consider this Ordinance for adoption at the Regular Meeting of the City Council un the 1st day of July; and in any case will adopt or reject this Ordinance within 30 days. DATED this 24(h day of June, 1997; and published June 26, 1997, in the Henderson Home News. ^S8SAW1tOm30r ami Permanent Aiakeup EslaMishments an? to tlie Regulations Governing the Sanitation of Body Piercing Establishments; to include regulation of mobile units, due to indastry request Copies of the proposed amendment can be reviewed or obtained at the Clark County Health District, 625 Shadow Lane, Wing #1, between 8:00 a.m. and 4:30p.m. weekdays Monday through Friday, or by Calling 3831261 or 383-1251. All interested persons may appear at the Hearing and state their position. Written comments will be accepted prior to the Hearing and should be directed to: District Board of Health of Clark County 625 Shadow Lane Post OITIce Box 4426 Las Vegas, NV (19127 All written and oral submissions will be considered by the District Board of Health •f Clark County. SIGNED: Clare A. Schmutz Clare A. Schmutz, REHS Envininmental Health Director DATE: June 13,1997 H—June 24, 26 1997 and of the trusts created l>y said Deed of Trust: The total anxxint of ttM unpaid balance of the obligation secured t)y the property to be sold and reasonable estimated costs, expenses and advances at the time of the initial publication of the Notice of sale Is: $37,268.32 The beneficiary under said Deed of Trust heretofore executed and delivered to the undersigned a written Declaration of Default and Dennand for Sale, and a written Notice of Default and Election to Sell. The undersigned caused said Notice of Default and Election to SeO to be recorded in the county where the real property Is kxated. "We are attemptiag to collect a debt, and any Infbnnation we obtain will bo used for that purpose" Dated: 06/06/1997 Standard Trust Deed Service Company, As Trustee, 2600 Stanwell Drive, Suite 200, Concord. Ca 94520 (510) 603-7342 By: Cheryl Sykes Assistant Secretary RSVP 16882 06/12/97,06/19A97, 06/267 H—June 12,19,26,1997 Loan No. 570-99-876/Van Patten TS # N10NW048859 APN: (507) 178-05-717-040 NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE YOU ARE IN DEFAULT UNDER A DEED OF TRUST DATED November 15, 1995. UNLESS YOU TAKE ACTION TO PROTECT YOUR PROPERTY, IT MAY BE SOLO AT A PUBUC SALE. IF YOU NEED AN EXPLANATION OF THE NATURE OF THE PROCEEDINGS AGAINST YOU, YOU SHOULD CONTACT A LAWYER. On 07/03/1997 at 10:30 A.M., Standard Trust Deed Service Company as duly appointed Trustee under and pursuant to the Deed of Trust, Recorded 11/20/1995 In Book 951120 Inst. # 01187 of Official Records In the office of the County Recorder of Clark County, Nevada: Executed by: Katherine J. Van Patten and Ronald E. Van Patten, wile and husband, as joint tenants WILL SELL at public auction, to the highest bidder for cash (all payable at the time of sale in lawful money of the United States:) at: At the Clark County Courthouse, 200 So. 3rd St, Las Vegas, NV all right, title and interest conveyed to and now held by it under said Deed of Tmst in the property situated in said County, Nevada, describing the land tt>erein: Lot Seven (7) in Bkx* Three (3) of Green VaHey East Unit No. 3, as shown by map thereof on file in Book 22 of Plats, Page 33, in the office of the County Recorder of Clark County, l^ada and as amended by that Certificate of Amendment recorded Febnjary 26, 1979 as Document No. 973934 of official records The street address and other common designatnn. If any, of the real property described atxwe is purported to be: 2236 Marlboro Drive, Hwiderson, NV (The undersigned Tmstee disclaims any liability for any inconectness of the street address and other common designation, if any, shown herein.) Said sale will be made, but without covenant or warranty, express or Implied, regarding tiOe, possession, or ancumtxanoes. to pay the remaining principal sum of the noMs) sacurad by the said Dead of Trust, with ntotwt thereon, as provided in said nola(s). ac^artoes, if any under the terms of said Deed of Tnist. fees, chaigas arxl expanses of the Tnjstaa NOTICE OF TRUSTEES SALE PFC £8669-26 Loan 332234010203 Oiwner Robert A. Kubia & VIckl J. Kubta YCXJ ARE IN DEFAULT UNDER A DEED OF TRUST DATED 0V2QB3 UNLESS YOU TAKE ACTON TO PROTECT YOUR PROPERTY, rr MAY BE SOLD AT A PUBLC SALE IF YOU NEED AN EXPLANATION OF THE NATURE OF THE PROCEEDING AGAINST YOU, YOU SHOULD CONTACT A LAWYER On 07/03/97 at 10 30 AM Peelle Financial Corporation as Tmstee of the Deed of Trust recorded 02/01/93 as instrument bbok 930201 pa ge Jig2K m^^ County of'ciafk Nwada WuFMrilit' public auction to Itie highest bidder for cash, cashier's check or certified check, or a check drawn by a credit union, savings and loan association, a savings associatxxi, or a savings bank, authonzed to do business in the Slate of California, payable at the tinne of sale in lawful money of the United States at At the front steps to the Clark County Courthouse, 200 South Third Street Las Vegas. Nevada all nght title and interest conveyed to and'now held by it under the Deed of Taist in the property descnbed as Lot One (1) in Bkxk One (1) of Sunnse Subdrvisron #1-C, as shown by Map thereof on file in Book 9 of Plats, Page 37, in the afice of the County Recorder of Clark County, Nevada APN (505) 179-17-610002 Onginal liustDr RobertA Kubla&VickiJ Kubia The street address arxl other common designation, if any, of ttie real property descnbed above IS undeistood to be 705 Cente Street #B, Henderson NV Ihe Trustee does not v^[rant the accuracy of ttie street address or other comrrxxi descnptnn of Ihe property, rf any pn>vKJod in this notice The property wilt be sokl wittxxrt covenant or v^rranty, express or implied, regarding title, possession, or ancumbrancet, to pay the unpaid balance of the note(s) secured by the Deed cf Tnjst. plus, as pnwided in such note(s}, advances, if any, under the tenns of Ihe Deed of Tnrsl. feet, charges and expenses of the Trustee At the time of the initial put)licabon of this notice, Itw total arrxxjnt cd the unpaid balance of the obligation secured by the Deed of Trust and estimated costs, expenses and advances is $68,05216 Peelle Financial Corporation, Glona Rojas, ForBckure Officer, 197 East Hamilton Avenue, Campbell, CA 9600W)290, (408) a6&6868. Dated Jun 6, 1997 ASAP268B35 aU en 8.8/26 H—JuM 12,19, 26,1997 BEFORIi; THE PUBLICSERVICE COMMISSION OK NEVADA NOTICE OF TARIFF FILING A larilT filiiiK, idrnlirii'd a-s DiKki't Nil. 97-rilH)l, liu.'i bren nird with Ihe Public Service Ciiinnii.s.riLsGrnerul Customer ServicesTarilTNo. 2. The purpose of this filing Is to classify as dcri-gulutcd the rxchaiige mrssuKe rale of $0.25, p-r exchange nic,s.saf>e, for Ly Rale of $0.01761 per kWh. The tariff revisions are filed pursuant tn Chapters 703 and 7(M of the Nevada Revised Statutes ("NRS") and Nevada Administrative Code ("NAC) and. in particular, NRS 704.I(NI and NAC 703.395. For a more detailed description of the niing, the tariff revisions are on file and available for public viewing at the ofTices of the Commission: 727 Fairview Drive, Carson City, Nevada 89710 and the Sawyer Building. S55 East Washington Avenue, Suite 46(NI, Las Vegas, Nevada 89101. Interested and affected persons^may comment in writing and Tile appropriate Protests and/or Petitions for Leave to Intervene at either nf the Commission's offices on or before Wednesday, lulv 9. 1997. By the Commission, for Crystal Reynolds CLAYTON L. HOLSTINE, Commission Sectrtary Dated: Carson City, Nevada 6/16/97 (SEAL) H—June 26,1997. BEFORE THE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF NEVADA NOTICF. OF TARIFF nLINC AtMackc9d^e8xwbsiv as follows LOT FORTY-FOUR (44) IN BLOCK FIFTEEN (15) OF AMENDED GREEN VALLEY SOUTH UNIT NO 60-5 AS SHOWN BY MAP THEREOF ON FILE IN BOOK 41 OF PLATS^ PAGE 99^ IN THE OFFICE OF THE COUNTY RECORDER OF aARK COUNTY. NgVADA Date ol Sate 7/3fl7 at 11 30 AM Place ol Sate OUTSIDE THE MAIN ENTRANCE TO THE COUNTY COURTHOUSE, SOUTH 3RD STREET AND CARSON AVE LAS VEGAS NEVADA Estimated S* Amount $133.73006 Street Address or other common designation of real properly 2369 K1ILLCR0FT DRIVE HENDERSON, NEVADA 89014 APN # 17eO7.22O-O10 The undersigned Trustee disclaims any liability lor any incorrectness of the street address or other common designation if any shown above 11 no street address or other common designation is shovm. directions lo the bcation ol the prooerty may be oblained by sending a written request to the beneficiary within lO days ol the date ol first pubicalon of this Notice of Sale Date June 06.1997 UTIVE TRUSTEE SERVICES,-INC ,-SAN FERNANDO MISSION 6LVD ., • ; • .• SUITE 208 • • MISSION HILLS CA 91345 • • • '. ': • (ei8)361.4488 CANDYHERZQG 6/12fl7 6/19/97 6/267 HENDERSON KOME NEWS ... H—June 12,19.26.1997 NOTICE OF EXCHANGE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Cily of Henderson, Nevada, a municipal corporation, intends to oITerfor exchange that certain real property consisting of approximately O.lO acres of vacant lund, heing a psiLs must be in the form of a certified check, money order, or cashier's (heck. Depthill .shall contain Ihe folkiwing statement TftHowing Ihe legal description: The above described property is to become adjoined tn and become part nf that properly conveyed tn Foothill Investment Company hy deed recorded on September 30,1971 in BiHtk 168, as Inst No. 133627. INSPECTION To arrange inspection of the property or review the ap5 raisal, contart the Pniperty Management Division at 565.V7 Monday through Thursday, 7:30 a.m. lo .S:3 p.m. DATE, TIME AM) PLACE FOR OPENING ANT) ACTION UW)N OFFERS OF PURCHASE The |)licaiit will purchase this scrricefrom a third party provider, Smart.Serv Online, through a joint agreement and resell the service to Applicant's end user customers. Services offered through the Visual In. formation Service may he modified as additional services become available or existing .services become obsolete or unavailable. Applicant propoNes to cliarge$7.95 a month for the .service and to offer it in its entire .Serving Area. This application is fded pursuant to Chap(ers703and 704 of the Nevada Revist-d Statutes and Nevada Administrative Code ("NAC") and, in particular, NAC 704.4245 and NAC 704.6K06 -704.6807. Fi>r a more detailed description of Ihe proposed cloNsificatiiHi, the application is on file and available for tublic viewing at the offices It the Comnnssion: 727 Fairview Drive, Carson City, Nevada 89711) and Ihe Sawder Building, 555 East Washington Avenue, Suite 4600. Las Vegas. Nevada 89101. Interested and affected persons may comment in Iwriting and file appropriate /Protests and/nr Petitions for I Leave to intervene at either I of the Commissiiui's ofTices on or before Wednesday. jjiixiLisaa. By the Commission /s/ Clayton L. Holstine CLAYTON L. HOLSTINE. ComniLssion Secretary Dated: Carsim Cily, Nevada June 12.1997 (SEAL) H—June 19,1997. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I, MARKER PLAZA/BOAT AND MINI STORAGE WILL SELL CONTENTS OF BELOW NAMED UNITS AT AUCTION TO SATISFY STORAGE LIENS. THIS SALE SUBJECT TO PRIOR CANCELLATION IN EVENT ALL MONIES DUE ARE PAID TO DATE AND GOODS REMOVED. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO BID. AUCTION TO BE H ELD AT 9 A.M. MONDAY, JULY 7.1997. CASH ONLY. 1. GERALDINE HOSKINS UNIT #1043 P.O. BOX 858 CLOVERDALE, IN 461200858 2. ANTHONY BALUTA UNIT #1122 1837 MERZE AVE. HENDERSON, NV 89015 3. LARRY & ANGELA ADAMS UNIT #2064 813 TRACY ST. HENDERSON, NV 890156070 H—Jiine 26, July 1, 3, 1997. LEGAL NOTICE A LIEN HAS BEEN PLACED ON THE GOODS STORED IN MINI STORAGE UNITS OF STORE YOUR STUFF, 488 W. VICTORY RD., HENDERSON, NV. 89015. TO RECOVER PAST DUE RENT. ALL UNITS WILL BE SOLDBYSEALEDBID ON JULYll,1997ATll:0flAM. ALL OWNERS OF UNITS UP FOR SALE MUST PAY CHARGES OWED IN FULL ON OR BEFORE 7-897 BEFORE 5 P.M. PERSONAL PROPERTY AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS TORESOLDARESTORED BY AND FOR THE FOLLOWING PARTIES: FORTUNATO ORDINE UNIT #8 TAMARA TEW UNIT #26 DEBRA IVY UNIT #60 LEWIS WELLS #146 STORE YOUR STUFF RESERVES THE RIGHT TO BID ON ANY UNIT FOR THE TOTAL AMOUNT OWING. H—June 26, July 3,1997. Thursday, June 26, 1997 Hefid^rson Home Nws Page 17 BEFORE THE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF NEVADA NOTICE OF AP PLICATION An application, designated as Docket No. 97-6012, has been filed with the Public Service CommLssinn of Nevada ("Commission") by Nevada Power Company ("Applicant") for an order authorizing the issuance ai>d sale of stiK-k and Applicant requests the Commission to enter an order authorizing Applicant to: 1. Issue and sell up to $300 million of preferred stock, tax advantaged preferred stuck or common stock for any or all of Ihe following purprMes: one or more negotiated public or private offerings, Ihe Applicant's Stm-k Purchase and Dividend Reinvestment Plan, the Applicant's StKk Purchase and Dividend Reinvestment Plan, the applicant's 401(k) Plan, and any other purpose deemed appropriate. 2. Enter into agreements with Clark Gmnty, Nevada for the issuance and sale of tax-exempt Nevada Industrial Development Revenue Bonds ("IDBs") in a principal amount equal to $38,522,146 plus any bond cap the Applicant may obtain, at .such lime and upm such conditions as Applicanl determines to he favorable to finance certain expenditures. Use the pnH-eeds from the IDBs to provide funds for the construction, completion, extension or improvement nf facilities required In provide liK'al electric .service which Applicant believes lo be Higihle for such tax-exempt financing. 3. Enter into agreements with Cm-oni no County, A rizona for the issuam-e and sale of tax-exempt Piillulion Contnd Revenue Bonds ("PCRB") in a principal amount not to exceed $35 million at .such time and UIHHI such conditions as the Applicant determines lo be favorable to rinance certain expenditures. 4. issue and .sell up to $625 million (Ihe amount lobe reduced by the amount nf tax-exempt debt issued) in Debt with maturities greater than 3 years, tn include any or all of the following: tax-advantaged Debt, taxable Debt, and any other type of Debt Ihe applicant determines lo be appropriate at the lime of issuaiK'e. 5. Issue Shd all related rinancial documents required for the completion of such finaiH-ings. 12. Use the priK-eeds fnim the Sl ( |II^S.' LEGAL NOTICE S.N.A.P. TOW, INC. L ," 1239 N. Boulder Highway Henderson, Nevada 89015 (702)564-1180 The vehicles listed herein will be sold al Dealer/Wrecker Auction on JUNE 27,1997 at 8:00 a.m., at 1239 N. Boulder Hwy., Henderson, Nevada. Vehicles are stJd as is, no warranty o guarantee of any kind is given or implied. Snap Tow reserves Ihe right to set minimum bid.i and also bid on the following vehicles. Vehicles are available for viewing the da)f. before Ihe auction. YR MAKE MODEL VIN — REGA.EGAL — • • 95 GEO METRO 2C1MR2260SG709426 MYRTIS 91 SUBURU LEGACY 4S3BC6321M9620485 JACOBSON/FB 78 CADI FLEETWOOD 6B69S8Q160730 ~ 93 DODGE DAKOTA 1B7GG23Y6PS171406 IRELANIVNV STATE B.K 89 NISSAN 290 SX JN1HS36P4K012223 SHELBY/US BANK 75 DATSUN B210 HLB210093702 VENlTH 89 NISSAN SENTRA JNlf;B22S6KU53SS00 ALEXANDER/ 88 CHEVY DUALY 89 TOYOTA CAROLLA 90 ACURA INTEGRA 85 NISSAN MAXIMA H—June 12,19, 26,1997. MERC FINANCE 1GCHR33N4J143059 1NXAE92EXKZ014045 FORSET/GMAC^ JH4DA9355LSG(ttl709 WIEKERT/CHASE' MANHATTAN JN1HU11S9FT036017 L CALL TO ORDER H. CONFIRMATION OF POSTING / IILROLLCALL IV. ACCEPTANCE OF AGENDA V. ITEMS OF BUSINESS ; C-1 BILL NO. 1361 \ .: • \ ZOA-14-95 .,^ HIII .SIDE DEimXiPAJENXPXAIiiQiamA^JjiaaiCT-BEfillfcAIIQMS APPLICANT: OTY OF HENDERSON AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF HENDERSON TO AMEND THE HENDERSON DEVELOPMENT CODE BY ADOPTING HILLSIDE DEVELOPMENT PLAN OVERLAY DISTRICT REGULATIONS HILLSIDE REGULATION MAP AND OTHER MATTERS RELATED THERETO. C-2 BILL NO. 1388 PARENTAL & PREMISE OR OCCUPANT RESPONSIBILITY POSSESSION OR PURCHASE OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF HENDERSON MAKING PARENTS AND GUARDIANS RESPONSIBLE FOR PERSONS UNDER THE AGE OF 21 CONSUMING, PURCHASING, OR POSSESSING ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES; AND OTHER MATTERS RELATED THERETO. C-2 BILL NO. 1400 — • ^ • y. : [' :—^— ". -1 Z-42-97 SYNDEE'S WAREHOUSE AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF HENDERSON AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 1120 BY AMENDING THE ZONING MAP TO RECLASSIFY CERTAIN REAL PROPERTY WITHIN THE CITY LIMITS OF THE CITY OF HENDERSON, DESCRIBED AS A PORTION OF SECTION 14, TOWNSHIP 22 SOUTH, RANGE 62 EAST, M.D.B. & M., CLARK COUNTY, NEVADA, BY AMENDING WAIVERS OF APPROVED DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS FOR THE BLACK MOUNTAIN BUSINESS PARK (Z-30-94) TO ALLOW AN INCREASE FROM 33 PERCENT TO 49 PERCENT.FOR A PROFESSIONAL OFFICE IN THE IG-MP ZONING DISTRICT, LOCATED AT 975 AMERICAN PACIFIC DRIVE, IN THE GIBSON SPRINGS PLANNING AREA, AND OTHER MATTERS RELATING THERETO. C-4 BILL NO. 1401 PRIVATE PATROLMEN SECURITY GUARDS AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF HENDERSON AMENDING H.M.C., TITLE 8, PUBLIC PEACE AND SAFETY, BY ADDING A NEW CHAPTER, TO BE ENTITLED PRIVATE PATROLMEN-SECURITY GUARDS, WHICH WILL PROHIBIT THE USE OF BADGES, UNIFORMS AND VEHICLES UNLESS APPROVED BY THE HENDERSON POLICE DEPARTMENT, AND WILL ALSO PROHIBIT ANY FALSE REPRESENTATION OF AUTHORITY; AND OTHER MATTERS RELATED THERETO. C-5 BILL NO. 1402 v.f .JM iN.,,*? '^-i'f' ;: > Z-36-97 POWELL BLEACH PLANT AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF HENDERSON AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 1120 BY AMENDING THE ZONING MAP TO RECLASSIFY CERTAIN REAL PROPERTY WITHIN THE CITY LIMITS OF THE CITY OF HENDERSON, DESCRIBED AS A PORTION OF SECTION 14, TOWNSHIP 22 SOUTH, RANGE 62 EAST, M.D.B. & M., CLARK COUNTY, NEVADA, TO ESTABLISH CITY OF HENDERSON IG (GENERAL INDUSTRY) DISTRICT, LOCATED AT 850 WEST LAKE MEAD DRIVE INTHE GIBSON SPRINGS PLANNING AREA, AND OTHER MATTERS RELATING THERETO. VI. ADJOURNMENT • :..;' ^ • • • '-• ^". '..'• • • .>. • • '• • • > v. The vehicles listed herein will be sold Henderson, Nevada. Vehdies are sold right to set minimum bids and also bid YR MAKE MODEL 88 PONT 6000 86 CHEV CAVILER 92 NISSAN SENTRA 84 MAZDA B2000 89 YAMAHA ROYAL 89^ DODGE CARAVAN 89 NISSAN 240SX 90 ACURA INTEGRA 95 HYUNDAI ACCENT 85 OLDS CUTLASS 89 IZUZU IMPULSE 68 CADI COUPE 83 BUICK SKYLARK 85 PLYMOUTH RELIANT 79 CHRYS CARDOVA 81 DATSUN 310GX 81 OLDS CUTLASS 96 NISSAN 2flOSX 88 NISSAN SENTRA 94 HYUNDAI EXCELL 81 OLDS 98 88 CHEVY DUALY 83 MAZDA GSL 87 TOYOTA CAROLLA 82 CADI FLEETWOOD 75 DATSUN B210 95 ACURA LEGEND 92 MERCURY TOPAZ 77 FORD LTD 79 OLDS TORNADO 82 TOYOTA TERCEL 79 CHEVY EL CAMINO 89 CHEVY BERETTA 88 CHEVY CAVALIER 86 CHEVY P/U CHEVY P/U 83 BUICK JEEP PARK AVE. DODGE DIPLOMAT 85 HYUNDAI EXCELL 87 CHRYSLER LEBARON 87 DODGE RAM 90 MITSU PRECIS 88 TOYOTA CAROLLA 85 IZUZU I-MARK 85 FORD TEMPO 91 PONT GRAND AM 86 FORD RANGER 84 PLYMOUTH RELIANT 89 FORD T-BIRD 79 VW BUG •7 PLYMOUTH VOYAGER 91 SUBARU LEGACY 78 CADI FLEETWOOD 89 GMC S-15 90 PLYMOUTH HORIZON ECLIPSE 89 MITSU ^ PONT GRAND AM 92 PORD TAURUS 91 CHEVY CAVILER H—Jane 19, 2S, Jaly i, 1997 LEGL NOTICE S.N.A.P. TOW, INC. ., ,:• • • 1239 N. Boulder Highway :U. : ;'V; ; v' s..:^'^ Suite900 Henderson, Nevada 89015 (702)564-1180 at Dealer/Wrecker AucUon im JULY 11,1997 at 9:00 a.m., at 1239 N. Boulder Hwv., as is, no warranty or guarantee of any kind is given nr implied. Snap tnw reserves the on the following vehicles. Vehicles are available fnr viewing the day befnre the auction. VIN REG/LEGAL 1G2JB5IK0J7530378 MURPHY/ZION 1G1JE27PXGJ116470 BUSCH JN1EB31P1NTJ130689 GEORGE/WESTAR JM2GC1215EG921671 JYA1NLEO5KA027445 MACLAREN/NATIONS CREDIT 2B4FK25K6KR244638 VILLANVEVA JN1HS36P4KW012223 SELBY/US BANK OF NEVADA JH4DA93S5LS008709 WIEKERT/CHASE MANHATTAN KMHVF14NXSU191367 HASSLERmYUNDAI MOTOR 1G3AMI9R1FD465341 SINKA JABBR07L3K7301163 F-SnWIU HATCHINSON 1G4AC69X7DW48277! JOHNSON 1P3BP3IC5FC;1326C9191724 HLB2HNI93702 VEITH JH4KA826XSC0006tl9 PETERS/AMERICAN HONDA IMEPM37U3NK6359545 NISSAN MOTORS CORP 7J635144244I 3257R9E132482 JT2AL2II)XC44.V177 1WKOHVK465II3 lf;iLV14W6KY234613 NTJSSLE 1G1JC1I19J7131535 MACLODDEN/GRANITE FUNDING 1GCDCI4FIGJ11X1979 GREATHOUSE/NORWESTFIN. IGCCC14D5BF.V47.<;9 NEWMAN K;4AW69Y3D400331 WALKER 8505015 lB3BG26.S8JW17t597 KMHLF31J7GU077S50 1C3BJS5K7HG166603 ROBINSON/MERCURY FINANCE IB7FD14TIHS474872 LV DOIHJE INC PARTS DEPT. KPHVDI2JXLUlHl2K4730 1GTCSI9Z2K8$IKUM4 CHENAY/NEV FEDERAL CREDIT 1P3XL18D4LC7I4672 AIMON/CHRYSLER CREDIT 4A3CS44U9LFJI26645 ROSSITER lG2NV274IK;C54iJ53 EVANS;MAC IFACP50U7NG165332 KIRARNDA/RANDY AUTO IGlJCi4Gn FaciUty. CA-7 INTERLOCAL CONTRACT REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT FISCAL YEAR 1997-98 ANNUAL MAINTENANCE PROGRAM Intcrlmd Contract between the City of Henderson and the Clark County Regional Flood Control Dtftrkl for Fhcal Year 1997-98 Annual Maintenance Program. CA-8 INTERLOCAL CONTRACT REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT TRANSFER SURPLUS PROPERTY ^. _^^ „^ „„, Intcrtocal Cootnct between the City of Henderson and the Clark County Regional Flood Control Dblrict lo transfer Mirpius property. CA-9 INTERLOCAL CONTRACT REOKMAL FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT BLACK MWTNTAIN DETENTION BASIN Interimri Contrart between the CHy of Hidcnon and the Oarh County Rcsiooal Flood Control District for Bhick Mountain Detention Basin. CA-10 REVISED CLASS SPECinCATION MUNICIPAL COURT ADMINISTRATIVE CLERK Revised class specification for Administrative Clerk. CA-n REVISED CLASS SPECinCATION POLICE DEPARTMENT ANIMAL CONTROL OFnCER Revised class specification for Animal Control Officer. CA-12 REVISED CLASS SPECinCATION ". PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT PERSONNEL TECHNICIAN Revised class specification for Personnel Technician. CA-13 REVISED CLASS SPECIHCATIONS PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT PROJECT ENGINEER I AND II Revised class specifications for Project Engineer I and II. CA-14 CLASS SPECinCATION AND WAGE ASSIGNMENT PLANNING DEPARTMENT GIS MANAGER Class specification for GIS Manager and the wage assignment to Range 531 of the Managerial Wage Schedule. CA-15 AMEND STAFF COMPLEMENT PLANNING DEPARTMENT GIS MANAGER/DEMOGRAPHER PLANNER Amend the Staff Complement by adding one (1) GIS Manager and deleting one (1) Demographer Planner from fund 01-09-01. CA-16 INCREASE IN WAGE ASSIGNMENT BUILDlNCJ AND SAFETY : \" ? • • BUILDING PLANS EXAMINER II Approval of increase in wage assignment for Building Plans Examiner II to Range 486 of the Blue Collar Wage Schedule. CA-17 INCREASE IN WAGE ASSIGNMENT V / -v• r/'":/ : • '. PUBLIC WORKS UTILITIES UTILITY PLANS EXAMINER Approval of increase in wage assignment for Utility Plans Examiner to Range 486 of the Blue Collar Wage Schedule. CA-18 AWARD OF BID BID NO. 118-96*97 r'6T8WNoTTiy9 S *9 7 n ir a Sl H > p 'tfflrtirffiie1 mwaT e 5p ii iB i em i tfT ea ^it i mlt ^ bidder. • • •'... • CA-19 REIMBURSEMENT OF ACQUISITION COSTS LID T-4 PROJECT ADP 19b, SEGMENT W-lOp AMERICAN NEVADA CORPORATION i Ratify payment to American Nevada Corporation for reimbursement of acqtiisition costs relating to Local Improvement District T-4, Project ADP 19b, Segment W-lOp. CA-20 REIMBURSEMENT OF ACQUISITION COSTS LID T-4 PROJECT ADP 21d, SEGMENT G-21d Ratify payment to American Nevada Corporation for reimbursement of acquisition costs relating to Local Improvement District T-4, Project ADP 21d, Segment G-21d. CA-21LID#862 BILLING AND COLLECTION OF FUTURE ASSESSMENTS Approval to direct Clark County to stop billing and collecting future assessments for Henderson Local Improvement District #862. CA-22 AUTHORIZATION TO APPRAISE PROPERTY 147 WEST BASIC ROAD Authorization to appraise property at 147 West Basic Road. CA-23 OFF-SITE IMPROVEMENT BOND ESTIMATE AND INSPECTION FEE FORM Approval of the revised Public Works Off-site Improvement Bond Estimate and Inspection Fee form. (CONTINUED FROM JUNE 24,1997) CA-24 SEWER FORCE MAIN LAKE LAS VEGAS Acceptance of the dedication of right-of-way for the permanent sewer force main to serve Lake Las Vegas. CA-25 PAVEMENT CUT REQUEST RAMROD AVENUE APPLICANT: SOUTHWEST GAS CORPORATION Request from Southwest Gas Corporation for permission to cut Ramrod Avenue for Ihe purpose of installing a I 1/8" Polvethylcne gas service to the Bank West of Nevada to Ramrod Avenue and Green Valley Parkway. CA-26 BUSINESS LICENSE SAV-ON#3218 APPLICANT: CARDIVAN COMPANY Application for Additional Location for Gaming Devices (15 Slots) Business License for CardivaiiL Cowpany dbiU Sav-On #3218, 1551 West Sunset Road, Henderson, Nevada, 89014. CA-27 BUSINESS LICENSE ALBERTSON'S #614 APPLICANT: CARDIVAN COMPANY Application for Additional Location for Gaming Devices (15 Slots) Business License for Cardivan Company dbat #614,55 South Verde Drive, Henderson, Nevada, 89012. CA-28 BUSINESS LICENSE ALBERTSON'S #68(S APPLICANT: CARDIVAN COMPANY „ ._ dwelling units per acre, generally located on the north side of Aspen Peak Loop east of Skyforest Drive, in the Piltman planning area. CA-42 ZONE CHANGE Z-39-97 STEPHANIE AND CARDONA APPLICANT: STUART MIXER COMMERCIAL/ONCOR INTERNATIONAL Review of a reclassification request from RS-2-G (Single-Family Residential with Gaming Enterprise Overiay) district to RM-16 (Multi-Family Residential) district, gcncraUy located at the southwest comer of Cardona Way andStephanic Street, in the Green VaUey Ranch pkinning area. CA-43a ZONE CHANGE Z-45-97 CA-43b PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT AND TENTATIVE MAP PUD/TM-59-97 GREEN VALLEY RANCH PARCEL 45 APPLICANT: GREEN VALLEY DEVELOPMENT LP Review of a rechissification request from PS-MP (Public and Semipubllc with Master Development Plan Overlay) dislrkt and RM-8-MP (Medium Density Residential with Master Development Plan Overlay) district to RS-6-MP (Single-Family Residential with Master Development Plan Overiay) and review of residential subdivision consisting of 73 lots un 19.7 acres with a density of 3.7 units per acres located al the southeast comer of Carnegie Road and Cozy Hill Circle, in the Green Valley Ranch planning area. CA-44 VARIANCE V-30-97 :] APPLICANT: ERNEST AND DARLENE DAVIDSON "' Request for a height variance from 4 feet to 6 feet for a chain link fence In the front yard at 1211 Santa Helena, in Ihe Mission Hills planning area. CA-45 FINAL MAP FM-31 -97 SEVEN HILLS PARCEL U APPLICANT: SILVER CANYON PARTNERSHIP • Final Map for Seven Hills Parcel U, 123 lots 39 J acre*. ; CA-46 FINAL MAP FM-34-97 : SEVEN HILLS PARCEL N-1 APPLICANT: AMERICAN NEVADA CORPORATION -Ji!ML&4ap.fo!:^JImJ^UJsJPJUPi?id.^.79Jn^ VII. PUBLIC HEARINGS PH-47 APPEAL (AP-5-97) PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT AND TENTA-HVE MAP PUD/TM-58-97 Application for Additional Location for Gaming Devices (IS Slots) Business License for Cardivan dbat Albertson's #686, 260 E. Lake Mead Drive, Henderson, Nevada, 89015. PLANNING COMMISSION RECOMMENDATIONS OF JUNE 12,1997: CA-29 RIGHT-OF-WAY ROW-53-97 '^, APPLICANT: DEL WEBB COMMUNITIES, INC. Acceptance of drainage casement south of Horizon Ridge Parkway and north of Pago Pago Drive in the northwest quarter ofSection 26, Township 22, Range 62, in the MacDonald Ranch planning area. -' CA-30 RIGHT-OF-WAY ,, .-.„.,,„. • • ; .. ROW-54-97 • --,-,. ,.-r.,.^.___^ ____..^ .-^; -' ." • • APPLICANT: DELBERT AND ROBIN SOLSMA Acceptance of a portion of Stirrup Drive and a portion of Thoroughbred Road and spandrel in the south half of the northwest quarter of the southeast quarter of Ihe southeast quarter ofSection 27, Township 22, Range 63, in the River Mountain planning area. CA-31 RIGHT-OF-WAY ROW-S5-97 APPLICANT: THE WHITE LIVING TRUST Acceptance of a portion of Coll Drive in the south half of Ihe southwest quarter of the northeast quarter of the northeast quarter ofSection 27, Township 22, Range 63, in the River Mountain planning area. CA-32 EXTENSION OF TIME ^ TENTATIVE MAP TM-46-96 — FOOTHILLS RANCH SOUTH APPLICANT: WOODSIDE HOMES Review of an extension of time of tentative map for residential subdivision consisting of 95 "lots on 20 acres with a density of 4.7 dwelling units per acre generally located south of Arroyo Grande Boulevard and west of Stephanie Street, in the Green Valley Ranch planning area. CA-33 EXTENSION OF TIME VARIANCE V-13-94 WESTWOOD VILLAGE RS-6 NO. 1 APPUCANT: PARDEE CONSTRUCTION CO. Request for extension of time for variance to allow a 4.9 fool encroachment into the fivefool side yard setback for a temporary sales office at 2211.Midvale Terrace in the Green Valley South planning area. CA-34 TENTATIVE MAP TM-55-97 LAKE MEAD/VALLE VERDE COMMERCIAL CENTER APPLICANT: SILVER SPRINGS, INC. Review of commercial subdivision consisting of 2 lots on 35.9 acres, located at Ihe intersection of Lake Mead Drive and Valle Verde Drive, in the Green Valley South planning area. CA-35 MASTER SIGN PLAN SP-15-97 SOUTH VALLEY RANCH APPLICANT: PACinC COMMUNITIES DEVELOPMENT CORP. Review of a master sign plan at 3250 N. Boulder Highway, in the Piltman planning area. CA-36 ARCHFTECTURAL REVIEW AR-101-97 EASTERN/WIGWAM COMMERCIAL CENTER APPLICANT: DR. JOEL STOKES Review of a proposed office complex consisting of 15,000 square feet on 1.5 acres at 8450 S. Eastem Avenue, in the Green Valley South planning area. CA-37 ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW AR-107-97 MARIE CALLENDER'S APPLICANT: MARIE CALLENDER Review of a proposed restaurant at 530 N. Stephanie Street, in the Whitney Ranch planning area. CA-38 ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW AR-106-97 EASTGATE TRACT 5 DESIGN GUIDELINES APPLICANT: P. H. PROPERTIES, EASTGATE Review of design guideUncs for Eastgatc Tract 5 at 1250 W. Warm Springs Road, in the Gibson Springs planning area. CA-39 ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW AR-127-97 ST. THOMAS MORE CATHOLIC CHURCH APPLICANT: ST. THOMAS MORE CATHOLIC COMMI'NITY Review of a proposed temporary offlce space consisting of a 1,440-square-foot trailer on 9i acres at 130 N. Pecos Road, in the Green Valley South planning area. CA-40 PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT AND TENTATIVE MAP PUiyrM-52-97 SOUTH VALLEY RANCH PARCEL 6A APPLICANT: KAUFMAN A BROAD NEVADA, INC. Review of a residential subdi vision twlltlwi of 156 lots on 25.9 acres, with i density of 6.0 dwelling uniu per acre generaliy lacXtd on the south sMe of Aspen Peak Loop east of Skyforest Drive, in the Pittman-planning area. CA-41 PLANNED UWT DEVELOPMENT AND TENTATIVE MAP PUDiTM-53-97 SOUTH VALLEY RANCH PARCEL 6B APPUCANT: KAUFMAN A BROAD NEVADA. INC Review of a residential Hibdit iuon cun^iiting of 164 lots on 27 J acrca, with a density of 6.0 EASTERN AND SERENE COMMERCIAL CENTER APPLICANT: FIRST AMERICAN EQUI'nES Review of commercial subdivision on 5 acres, generally located at the southeast comer of Eastern Avenue and Serene Avenue, in the Westgatc planning area. (PLANNING COMMISSION RECOMMENDED DENIAL) PH-48 PUBLIC HEARING ^^ .. ..' PROPOSED LEASE OF OFFICE SPACE ^ ^-r..^ HENDERSON DISTRICT PUBLIC LIBRARY '" /^ Public hearing to consider the leasing of 1257 square feet of space located at the Artie j. Cannon Neighborhood Center in Wells Park to the Henderson District Public Library. PH-49 PUBLIC HEARING PROPOSED LEASE OF OFFICE SPACE ;; HENDERSON BOYS & GIRLS CLUB Public hearing to consider Ihe leasing of 3268 square feet of space located at the Artie J. Cannon Neighborhood Center in Wells Park to the Henderson Boys and Girls Club, Inc. VIII. CITIZEN'S CONCERNS Items discussed cannot be acted upon at this meeting, but can be referred by Council to the next Regular Meeting for consideration. IX. UNFINISHED BUSINESS UB-50 BILL NO. 1361 ZOA-14-95 .>-^i' HILLSIDE DEVELOPMENT PLAN OVERLAY DISTRICT REGULATIONS APPLICANT: CITY OF HENDERSON AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF HENDERSON TO AMEND THE HENDERSON DEVELOPMENT CODE BY ADOPTING HILLSIDE DEVELOPMENT PLAN OVERLAY DISTRICT REGULATIONS HILLSIDE REGULATION MAP AND OTHER MATTERS RELATED THERETO. (FINAL ACTION) UB-51 BILL NO. 1388 PARENTAL & PREMISE OR OCCUPANT RESPONSIBILITY POSSESSION OR PURCHASE OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES i AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF HENDERSON MAKING PARENTS AND GUARDIANS RF:SP0NSIBLE FOR PERSONS UNDERTHE AGE OF 21 CONSUMING, PURCHASING, OR POSSESSING ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES; AND OTHER MATTERS RELATED THERETO. (FINAL ACTION) UB-52 BILL NO. 1400 .' Z-42-97 • • ,.:-.,: -v.,..' ;,,,^--;: ;: • ;,;•::;;:.;, :• • • SYNDEE'S WAREHOUSE ~SN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNQL OF THE OTY OF HENDERSON AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 1120 BY AMENDING THE ZONING MAP TO RECLASSIFY CERTAIN REAL PROPERTY WITHIN THE CITY LIMITS OF THE CITY OF HENDERSON, DESCRIBED AS A PORTION OF SECTION 14, TOWNSHIP 22 SOUTH, RAN{;E 62 EAST, M.D.B. & M., CLARK COUNTY, NEVADA, BY AMENDING WAIVERS OF APPROVED DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS FOR THE BLACK MOUNTAIN BUSINESS PARK (Z-30-94) TO ALLOW AN INCREASE FROM 33 PERCENT TO 49 PERCENT FOR A PROFESSIONAL OFFICE IN THE IG-MP ZONING DISTRICT, LOCATED AT 975 AMERICAN PACIHC DRIVE, IN THE GIBSON SPRINGS PLANNING AREA, AND OTHER MATTERS RELATING THERETO. (HNAL ACTION) """^"^ r -T—' ~^^ UB-53 BILL NO. 1401 PRIVATE PATROLMEN SECURITY GUARDS AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF HENDERSON AMENDING H.M.C., TITLE 8, PUBLIC PEACE AND SAFETY, BY ADDING A NEW CHAPTER, TO BE ENTITLED PRIVATE PATROLMEN-SECURITY GUARDS, WHICH WILL PROHIBIT THE USE OF BADGES, UNIFORMS AND VEHICLES UNLESS APPROVED BY THE HENDERSON POLICE DEPARTMENT, AND WILL ALSO PROHIBIT ANY FALSE REPRESENTATION OF AUTHORITY; AND OTHER MATTERS RELATED THERETO. (RNAL ACTION) UB-54 BILL NO. 1402 Z-36-97 POWELL BLEACH PLANT AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF HENDERSON AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 1120 BY AMENDING THE ZONING MAP TO RECLASSIFY CERTAIN REAL PROPERTY WITHIN THE CITY LIMITS OF THE CITY OF HENDERSON, DESCRIBED AS A PORTION OF SECTION 14, TOWNSHIP 22 SOUTH, RANGE 62 EAST, M.D.B. & M., CLARK COUNTY, NEVADA, TO ESTABLISH CITY OF HENDERSON IG (GENERAL INDUSTRY) DISTRICT, LOCATED AT 850 WEST LAKE MEAD-DRIVE IN THE GIBSON SPRINGS PLANNING AREA, AND OTHER MATTERS RELATING THERETO. (FINAL ACTION) X. NEW BUSINESS NB-55 AMENDMENT TO MASTER STREETS AND HIGHWAYS PLAN MSH-3-97 APPLICANT: CITY OF HF:NDERS0N Review of a proposed realignment of Ciibson Road in Ihe vicinity of Sunset Road, generally located in the Midway planning area. (PLANNING COMMISSION RECOMMENDS DENIAL) NB-56 RESOLUTION Z-39-97 STEPHANIE AND CARDONA APPLICANT: STUART MIXER COMMERCIAL/ONCOR INTERNATIONAL A RF^SOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF HENDERSON COMMITTING THE CITY COUNCIL TO REZONE CERTAIN PROPERTY WITHIN THE CITY LIMITS OF THE CITY OF HENDERSON, DESCRIBED AS A PORTION OF SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 22 SOUTH. RANGE 62 EAST, M.D.B. & M, CLARK COUNTY, NEVADA, FROM RS-2-G (SINGLE-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL WITH GAMING ENTERPRISE OVERLAY) DISTRICT TO RM-16 (MULTI-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL) DISTRICT LOCATED AT THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF CARDONA WAY AND STEPHANIE STREET, IN THE GREEN VALLEY RANCH PLANNING AREA. NB-57 BILL NO. 1403 Z-45-97 APPLICANT: GREEN VALLEY DEVELOPMENT AN ORDINANCE OF THE OTY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF HENDERSON AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 1120 BY AMENDING THE ZONING MAP TO RECLASSIFY CERTAIN REAL PROPERTY WITHIN THE CFTY LIMITS OF THE OTY OF HENDERSON, DESCRIBED AS A PORTION OF SECTION 30, TOWNSHIP 22 SOUTH, RANGE 62 EAST, M.D.B. & M.. CLARK COUNTY, NEVADA, FROM PS-MP (PUBLIC AND SEMIPUBLIC WITH MASTER DEVELOPMENT PLAN OVERLAY) DISTRICT AND RM-8-MP (MEDIUM DENSITY RESIDENTIAL WITH MASTER DEVELOPMENT PLAN OVERLAY) DISTRICT TO RS-6-MP (SINGLE-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL WITH MASTER DEVELOPMENT PLAN OVERLAY) DISTRICT LOCATED AT THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF CARNEGIE ROAD AND COZY HILL CIRCLE, IN THE GREEN VALLEY RANCH PLANNING AREA, AND OTHER MATTERS RELATING THERETO. (REFER TO COMMITTEE MEETING OF JULV 15,1997) NB-S8 BILL NO. 1404 AMEND CHAPTER 15.16 OF THE H.M.C. ELECTRICAL CODE AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY CX)UNaL OF THE CTTY OF HENDERSON TO AMEND HENDERSON MUNIOPAL CX>DE C:HAPTER lS.l'%LECnUCALCX)Dr'. AND OTHER MATTERS RELATED THERETa XI. SET MEETING XII. ADJOURNMENT AGENDA DFAmlNE All Hens for inchition on Uie City Coundl Agenda tor Ika • Natfaa if July IS, 1997. muct be mbmittcd, in writing, no lalcr HMH TtmntKf, My X 1997 at 5:30 p.m. lo Uie City Ckrk'i office. Any itcat rccds^ after the above dale wU antoia tka By be plaeei on Ihe CoaadI Agenda. H—June 26,199?.

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wpipvw i^pPiPiMiwamBiaB *.rf Page 18 Henderson Home News Thursday, June 26, 1997 Chamber of Commerce offers programs to promote city, business Thursday, June 26,1997 Henderson Home News Page 19 Alice Martz Executive Director Since 1945, the Henderson Chamber of Commerce has played a vital role in the growth and development of our community. Yet, many Henderson residents are not aware of Chamber programs. The Henderson Chamber of Commerce is a private, non-profit voluntary organization, dedicated to the continuing progress of our area. The members of the Chamber work hand in hand with the city to promote civic, commercial and industrial development. We are financed primarily by the investment of our members, as well as through fund-raising activities A five-person administrative staff oversees day to-day operations, while policies are set by the Board of Directors, an elected body representing Henderson's business and professional leadership. A committee system is our preferred method for consensus-building, by harnessing the energies and abilities of the volunteer workers ^§afi£dk.J!jsiMmbfi.rhgs„ a number of clear-cut objectives destined to enhance the business climate and quality of life in Henderson, including: •To promote a better understanding of our free enterprise system •To coordinate the efforts of commerce, industry and the professions in maintaining a healthy business climate •To sponsor aggressive work programs, and stimulate activities which will provide full development of our human and economic resources •To provide creative business leadership and eflfective coordination of all interested parties in solving community problems, and in initiating constructive action. •To develop broad understanding and appreciation of the great opportunities in the Henderson area, and to promote Dive In l-4M;|MNMlMHMlMiM movies Henderson Parks and Recreation Departmenthas scheduled "Dive In Movies" for Friday and Saturday, June 27-28. For $1.50, including popcorn, area residents can relaxpoolside and watch a family feature film, "Flipper.". The film will be shown Friday at the BMI Outdoor Pool, 105 W. Basic Road, and Saturday at the Silver Springs Outdoor Pool, 1951 Silver Springs Parkway. ^ Both showings will begin at dusk and participants are invited to bring inflatable rafts or floats to watch the film from the water. The film is based on the movies and TV series first aired in 1964. A boy (Elijah Wood) befriends a dolphin, and they become involved in an adventure as they try to stop a ruthless group from harming dolphins and polluting the ocean. Paul Hogan, known for his role as "Crocodile Dundee," stars as the boy's uncle. The original series aired for four years in the 1960s on NBC. Family oriented, the series was NBC's attempt to integrate environmental concerns reflective of an emerging culture. The audience will be limited to the first 150 moviegoers at the gate prior to opening credits. Soft drinks will be available. HPRD offers other family-oriented events and progframs. For more information about the movies or other aquatic-related activities, call 565-2123. CALL 435-7700 WITH NEWS TIPS jfto^-B^-^^ rrjy^rty^r^ • • CHAIVIBER CHANNELS the advantages and assets of our community. These objectives are accomplished through four distinct Chamber programs: Business Development Programs are designed to enhance the general business climate, and are implemented by the Henderson Development ': Association, the Legislative Action Committee and the Small Business Council. The HDA is a special division of the Chamber, with its own budget and officers. Its fiinction is to attract primary job producing companies to the Henderson area. Success stories include Levi Strauss, Good Humor-Breyer's, Berry Plastics, Poly Products and Valence Technology The HDA is also available toassistexistingbusinesses with their expansion plans. Community Development Programs enhance Henderson's overall quality of life. The Government Affairs and Issues Committees are responsible for these programs. Community Booster Programs develop a positive^^ense of community, through city-wide events like Henderson Heritage Days, City Development Bus Tour, Boss For a Day. Business Expo and the Christmas Parade. Chamber Development Programs raise the Chamber's level of service by expanding membership and administering internal support systems. The programs are implemented by the Membership Committee, the Marketing Committee and the Ambassador Corps. SPORTS THURSDAY Henderson Home NAWS Wete the Authority on Sports and 3 GREAT LOCATIONS! LAS VEGAS (702)368-3335 MARYLAND SQUARE (702)7M-S557 HENDERSON (712)433-2171 VltttourtitaontlieWab! littp-7Ainrw.i|NHtMiithority.com AUTHORITY • • /"-i DALLAS COWBOY *i^^ NATK. 'S^, Siiluriliiy. luiie 28 1|ini-2|iiii y III Olll ^ USV(GASIOC&IION ^ 7670 S Deciitui Blvil H (707)36 331S ^ £ Million-dollar dream Joe Tubiold brings hole-in-one contest to Green Valley Golf Range Bill Bowman News Sports Edj^pr any people only dream of making money by playing golf. Joe Tubiolo can help make those dreams become a reality. Well, maybe. But your golf swing has to be on the mark. Tubiolo, owner of the National Hole-In-One Golf Complexes of America, is bringing his contest to the Green Valley Golf Range, 1351 Warm Springs. "It's a good time and you can win money," Tubiolo said. The contest is sponsored by Sunset Station. Additional sponsors include Budweiser and Saturn. ^ And it's quite a contest. How about a $1 million top prize? That's the grand prize for the contests, which will run year-round and are scheduled to start this Saturday at 10 a.m. Tubiolo started his sports promotion career in 1954. Some of his accomplishments include negotiating over 1,200 contracts for sports celebrities and managing the business affairs for over 300 pro baseball, football, hockey and basketball players. .• And he doesn't stop at sports. He has managed investments in such diverse industries as sports attractions, oil and gas in Texas, real estate in Texas and Maryland and fast food companies [McDonald's and Arby's]. But, it's the Hole-In-One contest that has his attention at the moment. Here's how Tubiolo's contest works. • Contestants purchase golf balls — cost is $1 per ball or 30 for $25 — and fire away during the qualifying for the weekly shootouts. A ball must be within a 10-foot circle on the 75-yard green to • ''niove on to Round One. • • '. A hole-in-one during any of the qualifying or Weekly Shoot-Out automatically qualifies the golfer for the end of the month 'Super ShootOut.' they qualified and will again shoot at the 75yard green. The 10 closest to the hole qualify for Round Two. In Round Two, qualifiers are again giveh one golf ball for each time they qualified and will shoot at the 150-yard green. The five closest to the hole will qualify for the end of the month 'Super Shoot-Out' and proceed to Round 3 of the 'Weekly Shoot-Out'. It's the^on to Round Three. The finalists will take aim at the 150-yard green. Anyone making a hole-in-one will have his or her choice of any sponsor's car or truck on the site. Then comes the 'Super Shoot-Out.' Qualifiers will be given one ball for each time '^thgy-qtralified'xs-shtiot^t'^tgt^ -y aT d'^reienr"'"' The three closest to the hole move on to the final roiuid and will shoot at the seven holes on the 150-yard green. Those seven prizes will include: • $1,000,000 [paid over 20 years]. • $100,000 cash. .. • $50,000 cash. • :.. • .^^ • $20,000 cash. : > z • $20,000 cash. • • $20,000 cash. ;---^—-_-_^i^-. .-.^:. • Anew car. Tubiolo said the Green Valley Golf Range, particularly owner Harris Rittoff, "have been real supporters. They have been very good to me." Weekly 'Shoot-Outs' are scheduled to be held for each Saturday at 9 a.m. while 'Super ShootOuts' will be held the last Sunday of each rnonth, also at 9 a.m. The complex at Green Valley Golf Range is, the first of what Tubiolo hopes is many more complexes. Two more are set to open in CaliforniainJuly. .' ; *v Next-i.s Round One, the'Weekly Shoot-Oxrt.'— Qualifiers are given one golf ball for each time —1?0r moremtbrination, cainKFNationaTHoTe In-One Golf Complexes at 564-9909. Lee Zaichick/ News Staff Joe Tgbiolo is giving golfers a chance at $1,000,000 with a holein-one contest. Hawks breeze to win over Eldorado Bill Bowman vNews Sports Editor Joe Wickman pounded out three hits and drove in four runs in leading the Las Vegas Hawks to an 11-1 victory over Eldorado in Legion baseball action Tuesday night at Arroyo Grande. The Hawks, made up of Silverado High School baseball players,improved to 11-6 overall and 7-5 in league. "We hit real well," manager Art Besser said of the Hawks' attack. The Hawks pounded out 12 hits in the victory, but it was the pitching of Jason Vita that most impressed Besser. "We brought him up from the JV team," Besser said. "He got a victory in Denver [in the Hawks' tournament trip] and he pitched a complete game tonight. He did a great job." Vita limited Eldorado to two hits over the five innings and gaVe up one unearned run. "The pitching is starting to step it up," Besser said. "And that's what we need. The hitting is there and the defense has done a good job." Tuesday night, Joe Wickman laced a two-run, two-out single in the first and that would be more than enough for Vita. The Skyhawks added a run in the second, four in the third, one Greien Vallay wiris with Durango, 4-3 Rob Weidenfeld/NeWS Staff SAFE AT SECOND — Joe Wickman of the Hawks slides into second with a stolen base during Tuesday night's Legion baseball game against Eldorado. Wickman drove in four runs in the Hawks' 11-1 victory. in the fourth and two in the fifth to round out the scoring. Joe Wickman ended the scoring with a two-run triple in the fifth that ended the game by the 10-run rule. "We're starting to play well," Wickman said. "We're getting good pitching and timely hitting." Wickman admitted he hasn't been hitting up to his standards. "I wasn't really hitting that well [recently]," he said. "It's nice to start hitting again." Steve Lester, Gianmarco Ungaro and Nate Bazzell each added two hits to the Hawks' attack. "We need to step it up," Besser said. "Eight teams go to the state and we're about in the middle [of the 15-team league). We need to keep playing like we have been the last few games." Ray Brewer News Staff Writer i"-^ See Hawks Page 20 Timet crushes Western to stay red-hot By ttw Naws Staff On Monday, the Timet Legion team defeated Western 12-6 for its seventh win in eight games. "It was a team effort," coach Kent Bitsko said. "Everybody had one or two hits." Keith Holsev fueled the offense with a 4-for-4 performance including two runs scored and four RBI. Chris Duesler went 2for-3. Jess Prisbrey picked up the win for the Wolves, as he allowed one run and three hits in five innings pitched Prisbrey, who is recovering from a foot injury, struck out seven and didn't give up a hit until the fourth inning. "We are on a roll, hopefully we can carry it over into the tournament," Bitsko said. The coach added the Wolves' winning streak can be credited to several things. "We are winning because our attitude is better," Bitsko said. They are believing that they can win." Bitsko added, "the younger players are coming up with the big hit. Instead of leaving a runner in scoring position, we are getting the timely hit" Green Valley dominated the Sunrise Division this past prep baseball season, only losing one conference game en route to its fifth consecutive state championship. While the Gators were kings on the east side of town, Durango owned the Sunset Division and the west side of town. After the Trailblazers were upset by Chaparral and Silverado in the Zone Tournament, the debate of who had the stronger team — Green Valley or Durango — was still up in the air. The Gators, behind an 11 strikeout performance from Ian Jones, defeated Durango 4-3 Tuesday night, answering the question of who was Southern Nevada's best team for the 1997 season. So far. "I looked back to the regular season and know that this shoul(4 have been the state championship," Jones, who recently signed a national letter-of-intent with the University of Hawaii, said. 'That is how we were taking this game." Jones came out shaky in the first inning, as his two walks and four wild pitches gave the Trailblazers an early 1-0 advantage. Despite his control problems in the first frame, Jones managed to strike out the side. "We had a heck of a pitching performance from Ian Jones," Green Valley coach Nick Garritano said. "After the first inning I told him to just relax and don't get carried away in the hoopla. Throw the baseball like he knows how." Green Valley manufactured all of its four runs. In the third inning, shortstop Jason Keiser walked and stole second with two outs, eventually scoring on a David Jensen single. Jensen proceeded to steal second and scored on a Russ Schmitt single to give the Gators a 2-1 lead. After Durango tied the game at two, the Gators' Gerry Alesia beat out an infield grounder with the bases loaded and two outs to give Green Valley a 3-2 lead. In the seventh inning, Green Valley added a much-needed insurance run as Ben Rosenthal dived head first into first base to beat out a grounder that the Durango second baseman mishandled to score Jensen, who earlier doubled. Durango had a chance to get back into game, but the strong Green Valley pitching held its ground. 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wpipvw i^pPiPiMiwamBiaB *.rf Page 18 Henderson Home News Thursday, June 26, 1997 Chamber of Commerce offers programs to promote city, business Thursday, June 26,1997 Henderson Home News Page 19 Alice Martz Executive Director Since 1945, the Henderson Chamber of Commerce has played a vital role in the growth and development of our community. Yet, many Henderson residents are not aware of Chamber programs. The Henderson Chamber of Commerce is a private, non-profit voluntary organization, dedicated to the continuing progress of our area. The members of the Chamber work hand in hand with the city to promote civic, commercial and industrial development. We are financed primarily by the investment of our members, as well as through fund-raising activities A five-person administrative staff oversees day to-day operations, while policies are set by the Board of Directors, an elected body representing Henderson's business and professional leadership. A committee system is our preferred method for consensus-building, by harnessing the energies and abilities of the volunteer workers ^§afi£dk.J!jsiMmbfi.rhgs„ a number of clear-cut objectives destined to enhance the business climate and quality of life in Henderson, including: •To promote a better understanding of our free enterprise system •To coordinate the efforts of commerce, industry and the professions in maintaining a healthy business climate •To sponsor aggressive work programs, and stimulate activities which will provide full development of our human and economic resources •To provide creative business leadership and eflfective coordination of all interested parties in solving community problems, and in initiating constructive action. •To develop broad understanding and appreciation of the great opportunities in the Henderson area, and to promote Dive In l-4M;|MNMlMHMlMiM movies Henderson Parks and Recreation Departmenthas scheduled "Dive In Movies" for Friday and Saturday, June 27-28. For $1.50, including popcorn, area residents can relaxpoolside and watch a family feature film, "Flipper.". The film will be shown Friday at the BMI Outdoor Pool, 105 W. Basic Road, and Saturday at the Silver Springs Outdoor Pool, 1951 Silver Springs Parkway. ^ Both showings will begin at dusk and participants are invited to bring inflatable rafts or floats to watch the film from the water. The film is based on the movies and TV series first aired in 1964. A boy (Elijah Wood) befriends a dolphin, and they become involved in an adventure as they try to stop a ruthless group from harming dolphins and polluting the ocean. Paul Hogan, known for his role as "Crocodile Dundee," stars as the boy's uncle. The original series aired for four years in the 1960s on NBC. Family oriented, the series was NBC's attempt to integrate environmental concerns reflective of an emerging culture. The audience will be limited to the first 150 moviegoers at the gate prior to opening credits. Soft drinks will be available. HPRD offers other family-oriented events and progframs. For more information about the movies or other aquatic-related activities, call 565-2123. CALL 435-7700 WITH NEWS TIPS jfto^-B^-^^ rrjy^rty^r^ • • CHAIVIBER CHANNELS the advantages and assets of our community. These objectives are accomplished through four distinct Chamber programs: Business Development Programs are designed to enhance the general business climate, and are implemented by the Henderson Development ': Association, the Legislative Action Committee and the Small Business Council. The HDA is a special division of the Chamber, with its own budget and officers. Its fiinction is to attract primary job producing companies to the Henderson area. Success stories include Levi Strauss, Good Humor-Breyer's, Berry Plastics, Poly Products and Valence Technology The HDA is also available toassistexistingbusinesses with their expansion plans. Community Development Programs enhance Henderson's overall quality of life. The Government Affairs and Issues Committees are responsible for these programs. Community Booster Programs develop a positive^^ense of community, through city-wide events like Henderson Heritage Days, City Development Bus Tour, Boss For a Day. Business Expo and the Christmas Parade. Chamber Development Programs raise the Chamber's level of service by expanding membership and administering internal support systems. The programs are implemented by the Membership Committee, the Marketing Committee and the Ambassador Corps. SPORTS THURSDAY Henderson Home NAWS Wete the Authority on Sports and 3 GREAT LOCATIONS! LAS VEGAS (702)368-3335 MARYLAND SQUARE (702)7M-S557 HENDERSON (712)433-2171 VltttourtitaontlieWab! littp-7Ainrw.i|NHtMiithority.com AUTHORITY • • /"-i DALLAS COWBOY *i^^ NATK. 'S^, Siiluriliiy. luiie 28 1|ini-2|iiii y III Olll ^ USV(GASIOC&IION ^ 7670 S Deciitui Blvil H (707)36 331S ^ £ Million-dollar dream Joe Tubiold brings hole-in-one contest to Green Valley Golf Range Bill Bowman News Sports Edj^pr any people only dream of making money by playing golf. Joe Tubiolo can help make those dreams become a reality. Well, maybe. But your golf swing has to be on the mark. Tubiolo, owner of the National Hole-In-One Golf Complexes of America, is bringing his contest to the Green Valley Golf Range, 1351 Warm Springs. "It's a good time and you can win money," Tubiolo said. The contest is sponsored by Sunset Station. Additional sponsors include Budweiser and Saturn. ^ And it's quite a contest. How about a $1 million top prize? That's the grand prize for the contests, which will run year-round and are scheduled to start this Saturday at 10 a.m. Tubiolo started his sports promotion career in 1954. Some of his accomplishments include negotiating over 1,200 contracts for sports celebrities and managing the business affairs for over 300 pro baseball, football, hockey and basketball players. .• And he doesn't stop at sports. He has managed investments in such diverse industries as sports attractions, oil and gas in Texas, real estate in Texas and Maryland and fast food companies [McDonald's and Arby's]. But, it's the Hole-In-One contest that has his attention at the moment. Here's how Tubiolo's contest works. • Contestants purchase golf balls — cost is $1 per ball or 30 for $25 — and fire away during the qualifying for the weekly shootouts. A ball must be within a 10-foot circle on the 75-yard green to • ''niove on to Round One. • • '. A hole-in-one during any of the qualifying or Weekly Shoot-Out automatically qualifies the golfer for the end of the month 'Super ShootOut.' they qualified and will again shoot at the 75yard green. The 10 closest to the hole qualify for Round Two. In Round Two, qualifiers are again giveh one golf ball for each time they qualified and will shoot at the 150-yard green. The five closest to the hole will qualify for the end of the month 'Super Shoot-Out' and proceed to Round 3 of the 'Weekly Shoot-Out'. It's the^on to Round Three. The finalists will take aim at the 150-yard green. Anyone making a hole-in-one will have his or her choice of any sponsor's car or truck on the site. Then comes the 'Super Shoot-Out.' Qualifiers will be given one ball for each time '^thgy-qtralified'xs-shtiot^t'^tgt^ -y aT d'^reienr"'"' The three closest to the hole move on to the final roiuid and will shoot at the seven holes on the 150-yard green. Those seven prizes will include: • $1,000,000 [paid over 20 years]. • $100,000 cash. .. • $50,000 cash. • :.. • .^^ • $20,000 cash. : > z • $20,000 cash. • • $20,000 cash. ;---^—-_-_^i^-. .-.^:. • Anew car. Tubiolo said the Green Valley Golf Range, particularly owner Harris Rittoff, "have been real supporters. They have been very good to me." Weekly 'Shoot-Outs' are scheduled to be held for each Saturday at 9 a.m. while 'Super ShootOuts' will be held the last Sunday of each rnonth, also at 9 a.m. The complex at Green Valley Golf Range is, the first of what Tubiolo hopes is many more complexes. Two more are set to open in CaliforniainJuly. .' ; *v Next-i.s Round One, the'Weekly Shoot-Oxrt.'— Qualifiers are given one golf ball for each time —1?0r moremtbrination, cainKFNationaTHoTe In-One Golf Complexes at 564-9909. Lee Zaichick/ News Staff Joe Tgbiolo is giving golfers a chance at $1,000,000 with a holein-one contest. Hawks breeze to win over Eldorado Bill Bowman vNews Sports Editor Joe Wickman pounded out three hits and drove in four runs in leading the Las Vegas Hawks to an 11-1 victory over Eldorado in Legion baseball action Tuesday night at Arroyo Grande. The Hawks, made up of Silverado High School baseball players,improved to 11-6 overall and 7-5 in league. "We hit real well," manager Art Besser said of the Hawks' attack. The Hawks pounded out 12 hits in the victory, but it was the pitching of Jason Vita that most impressed Besser. "We brought him up from the JV team," Besser said. "He got a victory in Denver [in the Hawks' tournament trip] and he pitched a complete game tonight. He did a great job." Vita limited Eldorado to two hits over the five innings and gaVe up one unearned run. "The pitching is starting to step it up," Besser said. "And that's what we need. The hitting is there and the defense has done a good job." Tuesday night, Joe Wickman laced a two-run, two-out single in the first and that would be more than enough for Vita. The Skyhawks added a run in the second, four in the third, one Greien Vallay wiris with Durango, 4-3 Rob Weidenfeld/NeWS Staff SAFE AT SECOND — Joe Wickman of the Hawks slides into second with a stolen base during Tuesday night's Legion baseball game against Eldorado. Wickman drove in four runs in the Hawks' 11-1 victory. in the fourth and two in the fifth to round out the scoring. Joe Wickman ended the scoring with a two-run triple in the fifth that ended the game by the 10-run rule. "We're starting to play well," Wickman said. "We're getting good pitching and timely hitting." Wickman admitted he hasn't been hitting up to his standards. "I wasn't really hitting that well [recently]," he said. "It's nice to start hitting again." Steve Lester, Gianmarco Ungaro and Nate Bazzell each added two hits to the Hawks' attack. "We need to step it up," Besser said. "Eight teams go to the state and we're about in the middle [of the 15-team league). We need to keep playing like we have been the last few games." Ray Brewer News Staff Writer i"-^ See Hawks Page 20 Timet crushes Western to stay red-hot By ttw Naws Staff On Monday, the Timet Legion team defeated Western 12-6 for its seventh win in eight games. "It was a team effort," coach Kent Bitsko said. "Everybody had one or two hits." Keith Holsev fueled the offense with a 4-for-4 performance including two runs scored and four RBI. Chris Duesler went 2for-3. Jess Prisbrey picked up the win for the Wolves, as he allowed one run and three hits in five innings pitched Prisbrey, who is recovering from a foot injury, struck out seven and didn't give up a hit until the fourth inning. "We are on a roll, hopefully we can carry it over into the tournament," Bitsko said. The coach added the Wolves' winning streak can be credited to several things. "We are winning because our attitude is better," Bitsko said. They are believing that they can win." Bitsko added, "the younger players are coming up with the big hit. Instead of leaving a runner in scoring position, we are getting the timely hit" Green Valley dominated the Sunrise Division this past prep baseball season, only losing one conference game en route to its fifth consecutive state championship. While the Gators were kings on the east side of town, Durango owned the Sunset Division and the west side of town. After the Trailblazers were upset by Chaparral and Silverado in the Zone Tournament, the debate of who had the stronger team — Green Valley or Durango — was still up in the air. The Gators, behind an 11 strikeout performance from Ian Jones, defeated Durango 4-3 Tuesday night, answering the question of who was Southern Nevada's best team for the 1997 season. So far. "I looked back to the regular season and know that this shoul(4 have been the state championship," Jones, who recently signed a national letter-of-intent with the University of Hawaii, said. 'That is how we were taking this game." Jones came out shaky in the first inning, as his two walks and four wild pitches gave the Trailblazers an early 1-0 advantage. Despite his control problems in the first frame, Jones managed to strike out the side. "We had a heck of a pitching performance from Ian Jones," Green Valley coach Nick Garritano said. "After the first inning I told him to just relax and don't get carried away in the hoopla. Throw the baseball like he knows how." Green Valley manufactured all of its four runs. In the third inning, shortstop Jason Keiser walked and stole second with two outs, eventually scoring on a David Jensen single. Jensen proceeded to steal second and scored on a Russ Schmitt single to give the Gators a 2-1 lead. After Durango tied the game at two, the Gators' Gerry Alesia beat out an infield grounder with the bases loaded and two outs to give Green Valley a 3-2 lead. In the seventh inning, Green Valley added a much-needed insurance run as Ben Rosenthal dived head first into first base to beat out a grounder that the Durango second baseman mishandled to score Jensen, who earlier doubled. Durango had a chance to get back into game, but the strong Green Valley pitching held its ground. 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WOT ^ • pp ^pp ip"p mmmmmmmm mmm^ Page 20 Henderson Home News Thursday, June 26, 1997 Henderson players part of title team Green Valley junior-to-be Kathy Waddilove and Silverado junior-to-be Laura Connors helped the Las Vegas Rage Under16 ASA Softball team capture the 1997 Nevada ASA Junior Olympic State Tournament this past weekend at the Cheyenne Sports Complex. The Rage defeated the Pony Express from Reno 2-1 in the championship game with Waddilove singling in the winning run in the bottom of the sixth. The Rage became only the second team from Southern Nevada to capture the Under-16 title. After losing on Saturday in the 15-team double elimination format, the Rage won five straight games on Sunday to capture the title. Henderson resident Bill Barth, a former University of Arizona Softball assistant, coached the team. With the victory, the Rage qualifies for Regional competition. Firework sales to benefit Basic football The Basic High School football program will be selling Red Devil Fireworks starting Saturday at 6 p.m. to benefit the program. The sales will nm through July 4 at 1 p.m. and will be sold at the comer of Basic Road and Boulder Highway in front of Chief Auto Parts. The varsity and junior varsity players will be staffing the booth and all profits will go toward the needs of the football program." • "^.^ -^ Competition to aid Henderson Boys & Giris Club The Henderson Home News and O'Callaghan Print & Copy >flsbave.teamedjABJsi&J;b&Lasyegas.Stars.topTej^ Inaugural "Who's Got Skills?" Youth Baseball Competition this Saturday at the Henderson Boys & Girls Club. All proceeds from the competition will go to the club. The competition is open to all area youth baseball and T-ball players, ages six to 12 (as of July 1,1997). The 6-8 year-old T-ball division will begin at 8 a.m., the 9-10 year-old division will begin at 9:30 a.m. and the 11-12 year-old division will begin at 11 a.m. Players will compete in three events — a home run derby, a throwing accuracy drill from centerfield and a baserunning drill. Lengths of the home run fences and throws and the set time for baserunning will vary for each division. Points will be awarded: 15 per home run, 10 per accurate throw and 5 per every 1/10 of a second under a set time. The winners of each division will be honored before the June 30 Las Vegas Stars/Albuquerque Dukes game. All participants in the competition will receive a two-for-one coupon to the game where they can enter to win a chance to take infield at Cashman Field. Pre-registration is $5 through June 27 at Artie's Pizza, located at 4401 E. Sunset. Day of event registration is $10. A waiver signed by a parent/ guardian is required to participate. For more information about signing up for the "Who's Got Skills?" Youth Baseball Competition call 435-7761. Black Mountain Ladies hold final luncheon of year Barbara Grogan Black Mountain Ladies Association The Black Mountain Ladies Associationheld its last luncheon meeting until the fall on June 3. Results of the May tournaments were announced. The ABCD tourney held on May 7 had 32 participants. Playing with a two-best ball format, the first place winners with a score of 120 were Ann Olivey, Oottie Kane and Vivienne Creer. Second place with 124 was Madeline Lopez, MaryVern Bennett, Donna Wooldridge and Gwen Harwood. Third with 125 was Carla Knoop, Michele Hannig, Jackie Wooldridge and Joan Walmsley. Ten teams played in the Past Presidents Tournament held May 14-15. The wiimer was the team of Charma Weinstein and Knoop with a net score of 123. The Medal of Golf winner on May 21 was Weinstein with a net 65. On May 28, a Mutt and Jeff tournament was held. Winners were Knoop with 31, Mary Jo Sheehan with 32, Joan Cannon with 32.5 and Lopez, Bennett and Olivey with 34.5. Gross Golfer of the Month for Majl' was Olivey with an average of 87.6. Net Golfer of the Month was Weinstein with an average of 66. Birdies were made by Knoop, Judy Critcher and Weinstein. On June 3, a scramble was played. Top teams were: 1. Lopez, Bennett and Ellie Juratsch; 2. Weinstein. Bettylou Anderson, Lucy Kindig and Barbara Grogan; 3. Kane, Olivey, Raili Knocke and Jean Andersen; 4. Faye Crunk, Hannig, Natalie Koepke and Knoop, all with 77. PANORAMA • LIFESTYLES • OUTDOORS T WHAT'S PLAYING T LAST WORDS CAPRI AT SUNSET IS RECOMMENDED PAGE 3 Thursday, June 26,1997 Pagal Scoreboard GREEN VALLET From Page 19 HENDERSON PARKS and RECREATION DEFT. Baseball/Softball Standings Mrm D Suminrr I Mercy Medics Lilliiators Siiiokin' Stogie.r Century Steel Larsen Enterprise.s Coadinian'.s Inn Restoration by lieann Ambush Bug Crushers Grave Diggers Ciirrc. D Summer I Final Standings KVVUTV 300Crew :• : :• •. L I 3 4 4 >4 6 8 10 L 2 3 4 4 5 T 8 9 W L 13 1 12 2 SAVING WAnR IT'SA GRASS ROOTS EFFORT m;^.is^'es^i>2m:i<^mi^w^^^:m:^r)h\v. J.: %!#' '' WANTED Youth Baseball & T-Ball Players 1 —>>-:--• ,, Shoppe ( Present... "WHO'S GOT SKILLS?" Youth Baseball Competition A Fundraiser for the Henderson Boys and Girls Club Saturday, June 28, 1997 Henderson Boys and Girls Club •401 Drake St. M FOR DETAILS 435-7761 • HOME RUN DERBY • • THROWING ACCURACY • • BASERUNNING • AGES 6 to 12 Win an Infield Session at Cashman Field Just Like the Pros!!! All Participants will receive a two-for-one coupon to June 30th's Las Vegas Stars game vs. Albuquerque at Cashman Field, where they can enter a drawing to win Stars merchandise or the grand prize taking infield at Cashman Field. gi| Pre-Register for *S from June 16-27 at Artie's Pizza 4401 E. Sunset Rd. SI. Rose Angels 9 L'Eggs 5 HBC Publications 2 Generations 1 Corec Dl Summer I Final Standings 5 0 9 0 12 0 13 0 L T 3 0 5 0 8 0 12 0 L 0 4 K 8 9 13 T 0 0 0 0 0 0 Central ClirLstian Fanta.'itic First Bally'.s Odds N Ends IDC Womens Summer I Final Standings Black Mtn. Stencils Desert SW Consultant Rockers Aloha Specialties I Misfits GLVCC Hope for Kids Corec. C Sum mer I Final Standings W L T Cu.sioni Truck .14 0 0 St. TlKmia.s More 10 4 0 Berry Pla.sticji 10 4 0 Highlanders _-.^;^^ • 4 10 0 Outlaws 2 12 0 Priiiiack Homes 2 12 0 Mens D-Summrr 1 Final Standings W L T M.J. Dean • 113 0 Front. Floral/Tiniet 9 5 0 Newton'.s Rage 8 6 0 BadBoyz 8 6 0 Snap Tow --_*_.. ^^ ^^ ^ America We.st 6 8 0 FT* Spring/Arville 5 7 0 Varmints 1 13 0 In the sixth inning, the Trailblazers loaded the bases with three consecutive singles, but Jones responded by getting a strikeout and forcing a grounder to end the threat. Then in the seventh inning, Durango had runners on the corners with two out and one run in before Taylor Smith recorded a strikeout to end the game and preserve the fine performance from Jones. "Our pitching has been real strong," Jones said. "That has to stay the same (for us to be successful)." Garritano added, "we are looking to play solid baseball and if we do that, hopefully come out on the right end." HAWKS From Page 19 —ifficwKs* FINISH sECtrmr — The Hawks wound up second in the Cherry Creek Classic, falling to Centaurus High School from Broomfield, Colo., 5-2 in Sunday's 'B' title game. The Hawks had six hits including two by Ryan Ruiz who also drove in a rtm. The Hawks wound up with a 4-1 record in the tournament. TOURNAMENTACTION— The Hawks are taking part in this week's Durango Invitational at Durango High School. A totalof sixlteams, incIuHmg the Hawks, Durango and Bonanza are entered. Out of state teams will include Oklahoma City, a team from Texas and Cedar City, Utah. The Hawks opened tournament play Wednesday with a doubleheader, playing Bonanza and Durango. Results were not available as the News went to press. Today they will play Oklahoma City at 2 p.m. HENDERSON'l BEIT BETS! June 23-29 t ing your Cool Six-year-old Edward Dannatt throws a circular life-saver to lifeguard Eric Johnson in a mock rescue attempt. this summer K: ^?gm 3i]Q5ffi Served After 4pm, (> in Cactus Joe's & ^ Jester's Court ^m Cactus Joe's & Jester's Served 24 Hours BK BREAKFAin! Served from 11pm until 11am daily Ray Brawar News Staff Writer (S^OTOflSMfS at The TBT CASINO Lake Mead Dr. & W^ter Street 564-1811 C A S I NO Boulder Hwy, South of Sunset 564-8100 It's official: Summer is here. And, as every summer. Southern Nevada is experiencing hot temperatures which have locals searching for a way to escape the dreaded heat. To combat the high temperatures, residents head to area swimming pools to cool down. But as Alexa Pritchard, aquatics coordinator for the Henderson Parks and Recreation, explains, you can never be too safe around the water —especially children. "I think the biggest thing is to educate patrons about pool rules and how to be safe around the water," Pritchard said. Parents need to be extra responsible when taking their TIPS FOR POOL OWNERS • Enclose your pool with a self-locking fence with vertical bars. Openings in ttie fence should be no more than four inches wide. If the house is part of the barrier, the doors leading from the house to the pool should remain locked and be protected with an alarm that produces sound when the' door is opened • Never leave furniture near the fence that would enable a child to climb over the fence. • Keep toys away from the pool when not in use. Toys attract chiWren into the pod. • Always keep basic Hfesaving equipment by the pool and know how to use it. Pole, rope and personal floatation are reconvnended ~ children to the pool for a day of fun and relaxation. ."One of the things parents need to realize is that the lifeguard ratio is one to 35," said Pritchard. "It is not easy^x) catch a problem before it happens." On June 7, the American Red Cross hosted the third annual Drowning Prevention Awareness Day at Wells Pool that taught children and their parents the proper way to have fun and stay safe around the water. Here are some tips given at the event: •Learn to swim. The best thing anyone can do to stay safe in and around the water is to learn to swim. •Always swim with a buddy. Never swim alone. •Swim in supervised areas only. •Watch out for the "dangerous too's", too tired, too cold, too far from safety, too much sun, too much strenuous activity. •Never leave your child unobserved around the water. Your eyes must be on the child at all times. • Do not chew gum or eat when you swim, you can easily choke. These basic rules apply to all water areas — the lake or a pool at your home or a public facility. If you have a pool at your house, additional safety practices must be followed to insure the safety of naive children. •First, and most important, enclose your pool completely with a self-locking fence with vertical bars. Openings in the fence should be no more than four inches wide. If the house is part of the barrier, the doors leading from the house to the pool should remain locked and be protected with an alarm that produces sound when the door is opened •Never leave furniture near the fence that would enable a child to climb over the fence. SAFETY REMINDERS • Learn to swim. The best thing anyone can do to stay safe in and around the water is to learn to swim. • Always swim with a buddy. Never swim alone. • Swim in supervised areas only. • Watch out for the "dangerous too's", too tired, too cold, too far from safety, too much sun, too much strenuous activity. • Never leave your child unobsen/ed around the water. Your eyes must be on the child at all times. • Do not chew gum or eat when you swim, you can easily choke. Photos by Rob Weidenfeld Andrea Brim, 2, gets a helping hand from Autumn Dedmon, 9, in putting on her life jacket. The jackets, which are approved by the U.S. Coast Guard, are the only type of children's safety gear allowed at the Black Mountain Aquatic Complex. • Keep toys away from the poo when not in use. Toys attract children into the pool. •Always keep basic Hfesaving equipment by the pool and know how to use it. Pole, rope and personal floatation devices are recommended. Pritchard also notes there should be no running around the pool area and no big horse play inside or outside of the pool. HPRD oflFers free lessons exploring water safety through fun and games. The program targets personal water safety and emergency water techniques. Entitled "Wacky Whale Water Safety," this program is open to children ages 6-10 and their parents. Here are the upcoming dates of the program: •Black Mauntain Aquatic Center from 10 to 11 a.m. Saturday, July 19, and Saturday, July 26. •Kesterson Valley View Recreation Center from 1 to 2 p.m. Monday, July 28, and Tuesday, July 29. •Silver Springs Pool from 3 to 4 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 14, and Friday, Aug. 15. Pre-registeration is required. To sign up, call HPRD, 565-2123, or stop by at the Kesterson Valley View Recreation Center, 500 Harris St. The following is a list of pools in the Henderson and Boulder City area. •Boulder City Parks and Recreation Complex and Swimming Pool. 861 Ave. B, Boulder City. 293-9286. Hours are from 1 to 5 p.m. every day. There is a family ho\ir from 5 to 6 p.m. each day. •Black Mountain Aquatic Complex. 599 Greenway Road. 565-2890. Hours are from 11 a. m. to 8 p.m. on weekdays and from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on weekends. •BMI Outdoor Swimming Pool. 105 Basic Road. 565-2168. Hours are from 11 p.m. to 6 p.m. every day. •Williams Municipal Indoor Pool. 500 N. Palo Verde Dr. 5652123. Hours are from 1 to 4 p.m. *on weekdays and from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on weekends. •Silver Springs Recreation Center. 1950 Silver Springs Parkway. 435-3819. Hours are from 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday and Friday and from 11:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Tuesday and Thursday. Weekend hours are from 11 am. to 6 p.m. •Wells Park Pool. 1629 Moser St 566-2200. Hours are from noon to 5 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday and Friday and from noon to 7 p.m. on Tuesday and Thursday. Weekends hours are from 11 a.m to 6 p.m. WACKY WHALE SAFETY CLASS • Black Mountain Aquatic Center on Saturday, July 19, and Saturday, July 26. from 10 a.m.-11 a.m. • Kesterson Valey View Recreation Center on Monday, July 28 and Tuesday, July 29, from 1 p.m. 2 p.m. • Sih/er Springs Pool on Thursday. August 14 and Fnday. Aug 15, from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. Pre-registeratiQn is required To sign up ca> HPRD. 565-2123 or stop by at the Kesterson Valey View Reaeatior) Center. 500 Harris St. • ^V^***ii? T

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WOT ^ • pp ^pp ip"p mmmmmmmm mmm^ Page 20 Henderson Home News Thursday, June 26, 1997 Henderson players part of title team Green Valley junior-to-be Kathy Waddilove and Silverado junior-to-be Laura Connors helped the Las Vegas Rage Under16 ASA Softball team capture the 1997 Nevada ASA Junior Olympic State Tournament this past weekend at the Cheyenne Sports Complex. The Rage defeated the Pony Express from Reno 2-1 in the championship game with Waddilove singling in the winning run in the bottom of the sixth. The Rage became only the second team from Southern Nevada to capture the Under-16 title. After losing on Saturday in the 15-team double elimination format, the Rage won five straight games on Sunday to capture the title. Henderson resident Bill Barth, a former University of Arizona Softball assistant, coached the team. With the victory, the Rage qualifies for Regional competition. Firework sales to benefit Basic football The Basic High School football program will be selling Red Devil Fireworks starting Saturday at 6 p.m. to benefit the program. The sales will nm through July 4 at 1 p.m. and will be sold at the comer of Basic Road and Boulder Highway in front of Chief Auto Parts. The varsity and junior varsity players will be staffing the booth and all profits will go toward the needs of the football program." • "^.^ -^ Competition to aid Henderson Boys & Giris Club The Henderson Home News and O'Callaghan Print & Copy >flsbave.teamedjABJsi&J;b&Lasyegas.Stars.topTej^ Inaugural "Who's Got Skills?" Youth Baseball Competition this Saturday at the Henderson Boys & Girls Club. All proceeds from the competition will go to the club. The competition is open to all area youth baseball and T-ball players, ages six to 12 (as of July 1,1997). The 6-8 year-old T-ball division will begin at 8 a.m., the 9-10 year-old division will begin at 9:30 a.m. and the 11-12 year-old division will begin at 11 a.m. Players will compete in three events — a home run derby, a throwing accuracy drill from centerfield and a baserunning drill. Lengths of the home run fences and throws and the set time for baserunning will vary for each division. Points will be awarded: 15 per home run, 10 per accurate throw and 5 per every 1/10 of a second under a set time. The winners of each division will be honored before the June 30 Las Vegas Stars/Albuquerque Dukes game. All participants in the competition will receive a two-for-one coupon to the game where they can enter to win a chance to take infield at Cashman Field. Pre-registration is $5 through June 27 at Artie's Pizza, located at 4401 E. Sunset. Day of event registration is $10. A waiver signed by a parent/ guardian is required to participate. For more information about signing up for the "Who's Got Skills?" Youth Baseball Competition call 435-7761. Black Mountain Ladies hold final luncheon of year Barbara Grogan Black Mountain Ladies Association The Black Mountain Ladies Associationheld its last luncheon meeting until the fall on June 3. Results of the May tournaments were announced. The ABCD tourney held on May 7 had 32 participants. Playing with a two-best ball format, the first place winners with a score of 120 were Ann Olivey, Oottie Kane and Vivienne Creer. Second place with 124 was Madeline Lopez, MaryVern Bennett, Donna Wooldridge and Gwen Harwood. Third with 125 was Carla Knoop, Michele Hannig, Jackie Wooldridge and Joan Walmsley. Ten teams played in the Past Presidents Tournament held May 14-15. The wiimer was the team of Charma Weinstein and Knoop with a net score of 123. The Medal of Golf winner on May 21 was Weinstein with a net 65. On May 28, a Mutt and Jeff tournament was held. Winners were Knoop with 31, Mary Jo Sheehan with 32, Joan Cannon with 32.5 and Lopez, Bennett and Olivey with 34.5. Gross Golfer of the Month for Majl' was Olivey with an average of 87.6. Net Golfer of the Month was Weinstein with an average of 66. Birdies were made by Knoop, Judy Critcher and Weinstein. On June 3, a scramble was played. Top teams were: 1. Lopez, Bennett and Ellie Juratsch; 2. Weinstein. Bettylou Anderson, Lucy Kindig and Barbara Grogan; 3. Kane, Olivey, Raili Knocke and Jean Andersen; 4. Faye Crunk, Hannig, Natalie Koepke and Knoop, all with 77. PANORAMA • LIFESTYLES • OUTDOORS T WHAT'S PLAYING T LAST WORDS CAPRI AT SUNSET IS RECOMMENDED PAGE 3 Thursday, June 26,1997 Pagal Scoreboard GREEN VALLET From Page 19 HENDERSON PARKS and RECREATION DEFT. Baseball/Softball Standings Mrm D Suminrr I Mercy Medics Lilliiators Siiiokin' Stogie.r Century Steel Larsen Enterprise.s Coadinian'.s Inn Restoration by lieann Ambush Bug Crushers Grave Diggers Ciirrc. D Summer I Final Standings KVVUTV 300Crew :• : :• •. L I 3 4 4 >4 6 8 10 L 2 3 4 4 5 T 8 9 W L 13 1 12 2 SAVING WAnR IT'SA GRASS ROOTS EFFORT m;^.is^'es^i>2m:i<^mi^w^^^:m:^r)h\v. J.: %!#' '' WANTED Youth Baseball & T-Ball Players 1 —>>-:--• ,, Shoppe ( Present... "WHO'S GOT SKILLS?" Youth Baseball Competition A Fundraiser for the Henderson Boys and Girls Club Saturday, June 28, 1997 Henderson Boys and Girls Club •401 Drake St. M FOR DETAILS 435-7761 • HOME RUN DERBY • • THROWING ACCURACY • • BASERUNNING • AGES 6 to 12 Win an Infield Session at Cashman Field Just Like the Pros!!! All Participants will receive a two-for-one coupon to June 30th's Las Vegas Stars game vs. Albuquerque at Cashman Field, where they can enter a drawing to win Stars merchandise or the grand prize taking infield at Cashman Field. gi| Pre-Register for *S from June 16-27 at Artie's Pizza 4401 E. Sunset Rd. SI. Rose Angels 9 L'Eggs 5 HBC Publications 2 Generations 1 Corec Dl Summer I Final Standings 5 0 9 0 12 0 13 0 L T 3 0 5 0 8 0 12 0 L 0 4 K 8 9 13 T 0 0 0 0 0 0 Central ClirLstian Fanta.'itic First Bally'.s Odds N Ends IDC Womens Summer I Final Standings Black Mtn. Stencils Desert SW Consultant Rockers Aloha Specialties I Misfits GLVCC Hope for Kids Corec. C Sum mer I Final Standings W L T Cu.sioni Truck .14 0 0 St. TlKmia.s More 10 4 0 Berry Pla.sticji 10 4 0 Highlanders _-.^;^^ • 4 10 0 Outlaws 2 12 0 Priiiiack Homes 2 12 0 Mens D-Summrr 1 Final Standings W L T M.J. Dean • 113 0 Front. Floral/Tiniet 9 5 0 Newton'.s Rage 8 6 0 BadBoyz 8 6 0 Snap Tow --_*_.. ^^ ^^ ^ America We.st 6 8 0 FT* Spring/Arville 5 7 0 Varmints 1 13 0 In the sixth inning, the Trailblazers loaded the bases with three consecutive singles, but Jones responded by getting a strikeout and forcing a grounder to end the threat. Then in the seventh inning, Durango had runners on the corners with two out and one run in before Taylor Smith recorded a strikeout to end the game and preserve the fine performance from Jones. "Our pitching has been real strong," Jones said. "That has to stay the same (for us to be successful)." Garritano added, "we are looking to play solid baseball and if we do that, hopefully come out on the right end." HAWKS From Page 19 —ifficwKs* FINISH sECtrmr — The Hawks wound up second in the Cherry Creek Classic, falling to Centaurus High School from Broomfield, Colo., 5-2 in Sunday's 'B' title game. The Hawks had six hits including two by Ryan Ruiz who also drove in a rtm. The Hawks wound up with a 4-1 record in the tournament. TOURNAMENTACTION— The Hawks are taking part in this week's Durango Invitational at Durango High School. A totalof sixlteams, incIuHmg the Hawks, Durango and Bonanza are entered. Out of state teams will include Oklahoma City, a team from Texas and Cedar City, Utah. The Hawks opened tournament play Wednesday with a doubleheader, playing Bonanza and Durango. Results were not available as the News went to press. Today they will play Oklahoma City at 2 p.m. HENDERSON'l BEIT BETS! June 23-29 t ing your Cool Six-year-old Edward Dannatt throws a circular life-saver to lifeguard Eric Johnson in a mock rescue attempt. this summer K: ^?gm 3i]Q5ffi Served After 4pm, (> in Cactus Joe's & ^ Jester's Court ^m Cactus Joe's & Jester's Served 24 Hours BK BREAKFAin! Served from 11pm until 11am daily Ray Brawar News Staff Writer (S^OTOflSMfS at The TBT CASINO Lake Mead Dr. & W^ter Street 564-1811 C A S I NO Boulder Hwy, South of Sunset 564-8100 It's official: Summer is here. And, as every summer. Southern Nevada is experiencing hot temperatures which have locals searching for a way to escape the dreaded heat. To combat the high temperatures, residents head to area swimming pools to cool down. But as Alexa Pritchard, aquatics coordinator for the Henderson Parks and Recreation, explains, you can never be too safe around the water —especially children. "I think the biggest thing is to educate patrons about pool rules and how to be safe around the water," Pritchard said. Parents need to be extra responsible when taking their TIPS FOR POOL OWNERS • Enclose your pool with a self-locking fence with vertical bars. Openings in ttie fence should be no more than four inches wide. If the house is part of the barrier, the doors leading from the house to the pool should remain locked and be protected with an alarm that produces sound when the' door is opened • Never leave furniture near the fence that would enable a child to climb over the fence. • Keep toys away from the pool when not in use. Toys attract chiWren into the pod. • Always keep basic Hfesaving equipment by the pool and know how to use it. Pole, rope and personal floatation are reconvnended ~ children to the pool for a day of fun and relaxation. ."One of the things parents need to realize is that the lifeguard ratio is one to 35," said Pritchard. "It is not easy^x) catch a problem before it happens." On June 7, the American Red Cross hosted the third annual Drowning Prevention Awareness Day at Wells Pool that taught children and their parents the proper way to have fun and stay safe around the water. Here are some tips given at the event: •Learn to swim. The best thing anyone can do to stay safe in and around the water is to learn to swim. •Always swim with a buddy. Never swim alone. •Swim in supervised areas only. •Watch out for the "dangerous too's", too tired, too cold, too far from safety, too much sun, too much strenuous activity. •Never leave your child unobserved around the water. Your eyes must be on the child at all times. • Do not chew gum or eat when you swim, you can easily choke. These basic rules apply to all water areas — the lake or a pool at your home or a public facility. If you have a pool at your house, additional safety practices must be followed to insure the safety of naive children. •First, and most important, enclose your pool completely with a self-locking fence with vertical bars. Openings in the fence should be no more than four inches wide. If the house is part of the barrier, the doors leading from the house to the pool should remain locked and be protected with an alarm that produces sound when the door is opened •Never leave furniture near the fence that would enable a child to climb over the fence. SAFETY REMINDERS • Learn to swim. The best thing anyone can do to stay safe in and around the water is to learn to swim. • Always swim with a buddy. Never swim alone. • Swim in supervised areas only. • Watch out for the "dangerous too's", too tired, too cold, too far from safety, too much sun, too much strenuous activity. • Never leave your child unobsen/ed around the water. Your eyes must be on the child at all times. • Do not chew gum or eat when you swim, you can easily choke. Photos by Rob Weidenfeld Andrea Brim, 2, gets a helping hand from Autumn Dedmon, 9, in putting on her life jacket. The jackets, which are approved by the U.S. Coast Guard, are the only type of children's safety gear allowed at the Black Mountain Aquatic Complex. • Keep toys away from the poo when not in use. Toys attract children into the pool. •Always keep basic Hfesaving equipment by the pool and know how to use it. Pole, rope and personal floatation devices are recommended. Pritchard also notes there should be no running around the pool area and no big horse play inside or outside of the pool. HPRD oflFers free lessons exploring water safety through fun and games. The program targets personal water safety and emergency water techniques. Entitled "Wacky Whale Water Safety," this program is open to children ages 6-10 and their parents. Here are the upcoming dates of the program: •Black Mauntain Aquatic Center from 10 to 11 a.m. Saturday, July 19, and Saturday, July 26. •Kesterson Valley View Recreation Center from 1 to 2 p.m. Monday, July 28, and Tuesday, July 29. •Silver Springs Pool from 3 to 4 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 14, and Friday, Aug. 15. Pre-registeration is required. To sign up, call HPRD, 565-2123, or stop by at the Kesterson Valley View Recreation Center, 500 Harris St. The following is a list of pools in the Henderson and Boulder City area. •Boulder City Parks and Recreation Complex and Swimming Pool. 861 Ave. B, Boulder City. 293-9286. Hours are from 1 to 5 p.m. every day. There is a family ho\ir from 5 to 6 p.m. each day. •Black Mountain Aquatic Complex. 599 Greenway Road. 565-2890. Hours are from 11 a. m. to 8 p.m. on weekdays and from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on weekends. •BMI Outdoor Swimming Pool. 105 Basic Road. 565-2168. Hours are from 11 p.m. to 6 p.m. every day. •Williams Municipal Indoor Pool. 500 N. Palo Verde Dr. 5652123. Hours are from 1 to 4 p.m. *on weekdays and from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on weekends. •Silver Springs Recreation Center. 1950 Silver Springs Parkway. 435-3819. Hours are from 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday and Friday and from 11:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Tuesday and Thursday. Weekend hours are from 11 am. to 6 p.m. •Wells Park Pool. 1629 Moser St 566-2200. Hours are from noon to 5 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday and Friday and from noon to 7 p.m. on Tuesday and Thursday. Weekends hours are from 11 a.m to 6 p.m. WACKY WHALE SAFETY CLASS • Black Mountain Aquatic Center on Saturday, July 19, and Saturday, July 26. from 10 a.m.-11 a.m. • Kesterson Valey View Recreation Center on Monday, July 28 and Tuesday, July 29, from 1 p.m. 2 p.m. • Sih/er Springs Pool on Thursday. August 14 and Fnday. Aug 15, from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. Pre-registeratiQn is required To sign up ca> HPRD. 565-2123 or stop by at the Kesterson Valey View Reaeatior) Center. 500 Harris St. • ^V^***ii? T

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^ 1 immtt m | inn m St. Rose Dominican Hospital, the only not-for-profit, non-tax supjpwtetjv religiously-affiliated hospital in southern Nevada, is celebrating its 50th Anniversary. Formerly known as St. Rose de Lima, the HV-bed, acute-care hospital has provided excellence in healthcare to the southeastern Las Vegas valley since 1947. Comnjitted to the health and wellness of the community, St. Rose Dominican Hospital offers patients a full spectrum of medical services, beginning with initial care from their medical profeSstpgals, and extending through transitional care, rehabilitaKeeping pace with the ever-expanding population in the southeastern Las Vegas valley, St. Rose currently has a satellite ambulatory care medical center at 6301 Mountain Vista in Green Valley and plans to open two new satellite medical facilities, one located at Lake Mead Drive and Green Valley Parkway and a second at Warm Springs Road and Shadow Crest, in late 1997. me-care and preventive care services. -.1 m^^ "V" St, Rose Dominican HOSPITAL MORE THAN A HOSPITAL, A MEDICAL COMMUNITY. 102 E. Lake Mead Drive, Henderson, Nevada 89015 (702) 564-2622 .AMVWWMViaiR W^^"^ .nOfl"?** <: t Capri sure to become a favorite Thursday, June 26, 1997 Panorama Pag* 3 THE NEWS COVERS YOUR COMIVIUNITY The Capri Italian restaurant at Sunset Station is sure to become a local favorite for those who enjoy high standards for gourmet Italian cuisine. We recently visited Capri and found the garden courtyard ambiance to be quite inviting. Appetizers of all kinds started the menu, including grilled fennel, tasty buffalo mozzarella served on yellow and red tomatoes, grilled shrimp, calamari and Manila clams were some of the offerings priced from about $6-8. Other appetizers included specialty salads such as Caesar salad, arugula salad and even smoked salmon with white bean LET'S EAT OUT! PHILIP GOLDSTEIN relish. Wood-fired pizzas, with toppings of vegetables, grilled shrimp, spicy chicken, pepperoni and smoked mozzarella, to name only a few, are priced from $7-10. They were quite large and had a thin delicious crust. Standard pasta dishes, from $9-12, included linguini with tomatoes, basil and garlic, pasta with red peppers and langostinos, lasagna, seafood risotto and pasta with red chilies. Meals are served with a basket of freshly baked breads, and the chicken, veal and seafood dinners are also served with a house salad topped with marinated mushrooms and artichoke hearts. Chicken Angelo and chicken Parmigiana, veal Marsala, Veal Picata and shrimp scampi were some of the entrees available. Dinners range from $10-20. At our table that evening, we tried the grilled shrimp pizza, ravioli, veal niarsala, sauteed salmon and lobster Fra Diavolo. While our forks were busy checking out each other's dinners, we all agreed everything was excellent. There is no child's menu, but pizzas can be easily 'Nora's Stars,' | areaillm^i9f1am In "Nora's Stars," by Satomi Ichika (1994, ages 3-7), a little girl goes on a summertime visit to her grandmother's house, which sits on a hill in a place where the sun is always shinning. There are plum trees, flowers, and lots of neat places to explore. Dreaming of the plum jam she'll have in the morning, and exhausted from her journey, Nora decides to go to bed early. She had just tucked herself in with her favorite doll and teddy bear when she heard a noise in her room. It was coming from a trunk in the comer. Suddenly, all the toys in the trunk began jumping out. One of the toys, a brown bear, wanted to play outside ... so all the dolls and other'anfhi^s went out on the balcony, • j^, Gazing up at the sky, Nora tells the toys how much she loves the stars. No problem, the toys fly right up in the sky and get every star they can findtobringback to Nora. But when the sky turns black and it bepns to rain, Nora wonders if the sky is sad without the stars, and should we give the stars back? • 'O^• • '^ This is a gfeailbiedtlme book that caters to children's imagination. "Cinder-EUy," by Frances Minters (ages 5 and up), is a modem rap version of an urban Cinderella told in rhyme. "Once upon a time, or so they 'tell me, there was a girl called Consumer tip The Nevada Attorney General's office provides the following consumer information: Too many consumers in America are at dangerous levels of credit use. Some creditors are taking drastic action. A bank in the Midwest actually dropped some cardholders after a review^ indicated potential trouble. An Oregon bank ran television ads encouraging consumers to cut back their use of credit. What is a dangerous level? Your total credit debt — excluding your home mortgage — should not exceed 20'7f of your monthly income after taxes. For example, if you bring home $3,000 monthly, your loans and credit card payments should not exceed $600. If you are above this level, it's time to take a closer look at your finances — and take action to get out of debt. SAVING WATER IT'S A GRASS ROOTS EFFORT LET ME TELL You A STORY ALEXANDRA SPOTTI Cinder-Elly. Elly was good and she was pretty. She lived with her folks in New York City." But it is not a grand ball Cinder-Elly wants to attend. It is a basketball game. Her prince charming is a basketball player, and her glass shoe is a sneaker. Her fairy godmother is grandma. "She waved her cane and said, 'Kerplike!' The garbage can became a bike!" "Cinder-Elly" presents a funny twist to a favorite old fairy tale. Happy reading! Spotti, a long-time Henderson resident who is a librarian at Fyfe Elennentary School in Las Vegas, nnakes recommendations on children's literature. —• TRIM GRASS AROUND SPRINKLER HEADS. INSIGHT TO EYESIGHT THIN & LIGHT Thin and light is a perfect way to describe today's lens options. Most of the newest lenses introduced recently have been, and will be, thin and light, or highindex materials. As a result, some industry observers are predicting the demise of glass and conventional plastic lenses. Industry production figures indicate a trend away from these "standard" lens materials. High index lenses, on the other hand, have already captured almost a third ofall lenses sold in this country. What makes these the lenses of choice for most prescriptions is the comfort and appearance. Being thinner means less lens and less weight. Being lighter means less stress on the nose and ears for more comfortable wearing time. So not only do they lixik better, they will feel better also. There are many types of lens materials to choose from, so let us explain them to you. Stop by our optical shop, so we may be of help toyou.The Eye Institute of Nevada is located at 108 E. Lake Mead Dr., Suite .^0.^. Henderson, or call for an appomtmentai 564-25.^9. 7Vif\ t tiittmn i\ hrinn;hi tn wtH a\ a pnNu wnur anJlHiiJ li'f h\ Jo\rph Shaln. H D shared and there are enough familiar pastas so that most children will heartily enjoy a vi sit as well. For a treat, try to save room for somefabulous desserts. Priced at $4.99, rich desserts include a large tiramisu, ricotta cheesecake, a nougatine basket filled with hazelnut mous se and shaved chocolate, and various gelati or ice cream. A restaurant well worth a retum visit! Goldstein, an attorney who lives in Henderson, wntes about his dining expenences with his wife Julie, andyoung children, Marcie and Matthew. FOR WOMEN OF ALL AGES ^ersondized Ccire — —OBstetrlcs^/^ynecoCogy -^Cheryl Y. Edwards, M.D.,FACOG, Doord Certified Physician Michelle M. Lewis, D.O., Doord Certified Physician Drendo Drechler, APN (Advor\ced Nurse Practitioner) New Offices! Coll for the negrjest ioceithn I' St. Rose Dominican Medical Plazo ..^ 98 E. Loke Meod Dr., #307 Hendenon 999 Adorns, #104 • Dodder City (next to D.f. Hospital) 4219 E. Charleston, L.V. (neof MorylondPkwy.) 2121 E, Flonningo Rd., #210 • Las Vegas So habia Esnanol 566-8070 0);Ke)iCf.^9!l^^A>ik'i

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^ 1 immtt m | inn m St. Rose Dominican Hospital, the only not-for-profit, non-tax supjpwtetjv religiously-affiliated hospital in southern Nevada, is celebrating its 50th Anniversary. Formerly known as St. Rose de Lima, the HV-bed, acute-care hospital has provided excellence in healthcare to the southeastern Las Vegas valley since 1947. Comnjitted to the health and wellness of the community, St. Rose Dominican Hospital offers patients a full spectrum of medical services, beginning with initial care from their medical profeSstpgals, and extending through transitional care, rehabilitaKeeping pace with the ever-expanding population in the southeastern Las Vegas valley, St. Rose currently has a satellite ambulatory care medical center at 6301 Mountain Vista in Green Valley and plans to open two new satellite medical facilities, one located at Lake Mead Drive and Green Valley Parkway and a second at Warm Springs Road and Shadow Crest, in late 1997. me-care and preventive care services. -.1 m^^ "V" St, Rose Dominican HOSPITAL MORE THAN A HOSPITAL, A MEDICAL COMMUNITY. 102 E. Lake Mead Drive, Henderson, Nevada 89015 (702) 564-2622 .AMVWWMViaiR W^^"^ .nOfl"?** <: t Capri sure to become a favorite Thursday, June 26, 1997 Panorama Pag* 3 THE NEWS COVERS YOUR COMIVIUNITY The Capri Italian restaurant at Sunset Station is sure to become a local favorite for those who enjoy high standards for gourmet Italian cuisine. We recently visited Capri and found the garden courtyard ambiance to be quite inviting. Appetizers of all kinds started the menu, including grilled fennel, tasty buffalo mozzarella served on yellow and red tomatoes, grilled shrimp, calamari and Manila clams were some of the offerings priced from about $6-8. Other appetizers included specialty salads such as Caesar salad, arugula salad and even smoked salmon with white bean LET'S EAT OUT! PHILIP GOLDSTEIN relish. Wood-fired pizzas, with toppings of vegetables, grilled shrimp, spicy chicken, pepperoni and smoked mozzarella, to name only a few, are priced from $7-10. They were quite large and had a thin delicious crust. Standard pasta dishes, from $9-12, included linguini with tomatoes, basil and garlic, pasta with red peppers and langostinos, lasagna, seafood risotto and pasta with red chilies. Meals are served with a basket of freshly baked breads, and the chicken, veal and seafood dinners are also served with a house salad topped with marinated mushrooms and artichoke hearts. Chicken Angelo and chicken Parmigiana, veal Marsala, Veal Picata and shrimp scampi were some of the entrees available. Dinners range from $10-20. At our table that evening, we tried the grilled shrimp pizza, ravioli, veal niarsala, sauteed salmon and lobster Fra Diavolo. While our forks were busy checking out each other's dinners, we all agreed everything was excellent. There is no child's menu, but pizzas can be easily 'Nora's Stars,' | areaillm^i9f1am In "Nora's Stars," by Satomi Ichika (1994, ages 3-7), a little girl goes on a summertime visit to her grandmother's house, which sits on a hill in a place where the sun is always shinning. There are plum trees, flowers, and lots of neat places to explore. Dreaming of the plum jam she'll have in the morning, and exhausted from her journey, Nora decides to go to bed early. She had just tucked herself in with her favorite doll and teddy bear when she heard a noise in her room. It was coming from a trunk in the comer. Suddenly, all the toys in the trunk began jumping out. One of the toys, a brown bear, wanted to play outside ... so all the dolls and other'anfhi^s went out on the balcony, • j^, Gazing up at the sky, Nora tells the toys how much she loves the stars. No problem, the toys fly right up in the sky and get every star they can findtobringback to Nora. But when the sky turns black and it bepns to rain, Nora wonders if the sky is sad without the stars, and should we give the stars back? • 'O^• • '^ This is a gfeailbiedtlme book that caters to children's imagination. "Cinder-EUy," by Frances Minters (ages 5 and up), is a modem rap version of an urban Cinderella told in rhyme. "Once upon a time, or so they 'tell me, there was a girl called Consumer tip The Nevada Attorney General's office provides the following consumer information: Too many consumers in America are at dangerous levels of credit use. Some creditors are taking drastic action. A bank in the Midwest actually dropped some cardholders after a review^ indicated potential trouble. An Oregon bank ran television ads encouraging consumers to cut back their use of credit. What is a dangerous level? Your total credit debt — excluding your home mortgage — should not exceed 20'7f of your monthly income after taxes. For example, if you bring home $3,000 monthly, your loans and credit card payments should not exceed $600. If you are above this level, it's time to take a closer look at your finances — and take action to get out of debt. SAVING WATER IT'S A GRASS ROOTS EFFORT LET ME TELL You A STORY ALEXANDRA SPOTTI Cinder-Elly. Elly was good and she was pretty. She lived with her folks in New York City." But it is not a grand ball Cinder-Elly wants to attend. It is a basketball game. Her prince charming is a basketball player, and her glass shoe is a sneaker. Her fairy godmother is grandma. "She waved her cane and said, 'Kerplike!' The garbage can became a bike!" "Cinder-Elly" presents a funny twist to a favorite old fairy tale. Happy reading! Spotti, a long-time Henderson resident who is a librarian at Fyfe Elennentary School in Las Vegas, nnakes recommendations on children's literature. —• TRIM GRASS AROUND SPRINKLER HEADS. INSIGHT TO EYESIGHT THIN & LIGHT Thin and light is a perfect way to describe today's lens options. Most of the newest lenses introduced recently have been, and will be, thin and light, or highindex materials. As a result, some industry observers are predicting the demise of glass and conventional plastic lenses. Industry production figures indicate a trend away from these "standard" lens materials. High index lenses, on the other hand, have already captured almost a third ofall lenses sold in this country. What makes these the lenses of choice for most prescriptions is the comfort and appearance. Being thinner means less lens and less weight. Being lighter means less stress on the nose and ears for more comfortable wearing time. So not only do they lixik better, they will feel better also. There are many types of lens materials to choose from, so let us explain them to you. Stop by our optical shop, so we may be of help toyou.The Eye Institute of Nevada is located at 108 E. Lake Mead Dr., Suite .^0.^. Henderson, or call for an appomtmentai 564-25.^9. 7Vif\ t tiittmn i\ hrinn;hi tn wtH a\ a pnNu wnur anJlHiiJ li'f h\ Jo\rph Shaln. H D shared and there are enough familiar pastas so that most children will heartily enjoy a vi sit as well. For a treat, try to save room for somefabulous desserts. Priced at $4.99, rich desserts include a large tiramisu, ricotta cheesecake, a nougatine basket filled with hazelnut mous se and shaved chocolate, and various gelati or ice cream. A restaurant well worth a retum visit! Goldstein, an attorney who lives in Henderson, wntes about his dining expenences with his wife Julie, andyoung children, Marcie and Matthew. FOR WOMEN OF ALL AGES ^ersondized Ccire — —OBstetrlcs^/^ynecoCogy -^Cheryl Y. Edwards, M.D.,FACOG, Doord Certified Physician Michelle M. Lewis, D.O., Doord Certified Physician Drendo Drechler, APN (Advor\ced Nurse Practitioner) New Offices! Coll for the negrjest ioceithn I' St. Rose Dominican Medical Plazo ..^ 98 E. Loke Meod Dr., #307 Hendenon 999 Adorns, #104 • Dodder City (next to D.f. Hospital) 4219 E. Charleston, L.V. (neof MorylondPkwy.) 2121 E, Flonningo Rd., #210 • Las Vegas So habia Esnanol 566-8070 0);Ke)iCf.^9!l^^A>ik'i

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• HW Page 4 Panorama Thursday, June 26, 1997 SHERIFW.ABDOU.M.D. MARCD. ABRAMOW. MO. BURLIN H. ACKLES-, M.D. RICHARD F. ADAMS, M.D. JOHN ADAN. M.D. STEVEN W. AGATA, M.D. THOMAS S. AHERN. M.D. TANVIR AHMAD, M.D MOHAMED S. AHMED, M.D. RICARDO C. ALFAFARA. M.D. HEATHERJ. ALLEN, M.D. UWRENCE M. ALLEN. M.D. MARY ANN K. ALLISON, M.D. JOHN A. AMERIKS. M.D. BELMONT W. ANDERSON, D.P.M. JOHN C. ANDREWJESKI, M.D. AUEN R. ANES, M.D. SOHAIL U. ANJUM, M.D. JAVAID ANWAR, M.D. KAREN F. ARCOTTA, M.D. THOMAS D. ARMOUR, M.D. REUEL A. ASPACK), M.0; ~^* SCOTT L. BARANOFF.Ti/I.D. ANTHONY E. BARELLI, M.D. MARK H. BARNEY. M.D. EDWARD C. BARRERA, MD MARK A. BARRY, M.D. ANIL K. BATRA, M.D. STEVEN E. BECKER, M.D. JOHN B. BEGXDTTO. M.D. ROBERT R. BELLIVEAU, M.D. ROBERT R. BELTRAN-, M.D. HERVE BEZARD, M.D. M. AKRAM K. BHATTI, M.D. ROBERT BIEN, M.D. JAMES K. BISCHOFF. M.D. MICHELLE L BISCHOFF, M.D. VAN R. BOHMAN, M.D. KEITH G. BOMAN, M.D. SCOTT B. BOMAN. M.D. ANTHONY V. BORGIA, D.P.M. JOHN A. BOWERS SR., M.D. JOHN A. BOWERS, JR., M.D. JEROLD E. BOYERS. M.D. MICHAEL S. BRADFORD, M.D. WILLIAM C BRANDES, M.D. KENNETH M. BRANTLEY. M.D. RICHARD R. BRIGGS. M.D. • :\ CHRIS B BRINGHURST, M.D. •; JOAN D. BROOKHYSER, M.D. ., • :. G. LEE BROOKSHIRE, M.D. JOHNW BROUWERS, M.D. BYRON E BROWN, M.D. • •. :, SUSAN K. BROWNE. M.D. ." • .. DONALD E. BUCHANAN, M.D. :.-' JAMES C. BUELL, MD, ARLENE M. BUMBACA, M.D. DONALD L. BUNCH, M.D. BRUCE T. BURNETT. M.D. \ ; NED M. BUSCH, M.D. AUDREYA. CAINE. M.D. V JONATHAN F. CAMP. M.D. ;: D£NiNlSG.gAM?T6lfC M^D. PAULB. CANALE, M.D. ELADIO S. CARRERA, M.D. GERALD CASAS, M.D. KATHLEEN H. CASS, M.D. ALLEN J.CASTELL, WILLIAM J. CAVIN, JR., M.D. RAJ R. CHANDERRAJ, BID. ;; • • MICHAEL Y CHANG. M D. TERESA T. CHARNIGA, M.D. —^^ CYRfAC K. CHEMPLAVIL, M.D. EUGENE Y T. CHEN, M.D. GEORGE T. CHEN, M.D. ROBERT P. CHIASCIONE, M.D. CHRISTINE CHICO, DO. WILLIAM N. CHINGROS, M.D. ERIC 8. CHINO, M.D. _„,:.., ALAN R. CHOCK, M.D. BYUNGKOO CHOI. M.D. DENNIS CHONG, M.D. BASHIR A. CHOWDHRY, M.D. DARIN L. CHRISTENSEN, M.D. BEVINS K. CHUE, M.D. JEFFREY P. CICHON, M.D. DAVID A. CIPOLLA, M.D. CHARLES F. COHAN. DO. VICTOR'S. COHEN, M.D. JOHN B. COLLIER, M.D. RANDAL H. COLQUITT, M.D. LUZMINDA B. CONCEPCION, M,D. RALPH M. CONTI. M.D, MATTHEW M. COOPER, M.D. CAROLYN L. CORNELIUS. M.D. MARK W. CORRIGAN, M.D. ANDRES F. COSTAS-CENTIVANY. M.D EARL D. COTTRELL. M.D. RODNEY G COURSON, M.D. • ROBERT P. CROKE, M.D. KAREN L CROSS, M.D. -;. DAVID M. CROSSLEY, M.D. MARY JEAN CU^YCONG, M.D. DANNY L. CURTIS, MD FRANCIS G D'AMBROSIO, M.D JAMES (BOB) R. DANIEL, M.D. JON S DARDEN, M.D. GAUTAM-DAULAT, DO. JAMES R. DAVIDSON, M.D. JOEL DAVIDSON, M.D. MONIZ M DAWOOD, M.D. JOSEPH A, DE BELLIS, MD -MAHENDRA OE FONSEKA, M.D, BRUCE J. HIRSCHFELD, M.D. HISHAM I. HITO, M.D. YUNG-CHIEH HO, M.D. RICHARD M. HODNETT, M.D. STEVEN R. HOER, M.D. GARY F. HOFFMAN, M.D. W. HOWARD HOFFMAN, JR., M.D.. EDWARD E. HOLDEN, M.D. DAVID L HOLLAND, M.D. EDWIN P. HOMANSKY, M.D. SUSAN A. HOOD, PH. D WALTER J. HOPPE, DO. ROBERT L HORNE, M.D. ELIOT M. HOROWITZ, M.D. JEROME F. HRUSKA, JR„ M.D. GREGORY S. HSU, D.O. KEN A. HUGHES, M.D. PAULS. HUMMEL, M.D. ROSEMARY Y. HYUN. M.D. REIICHIIIZUKA, M.D. ELIZABETH D. lOLE, M.D. BRIAN K. IRIYE, M.D. JOHN G. JACOBSON, M.D. THOMAS E. JACOBSON, M.D, SEAN F.JANZER, M.D. VOYTEK J. JASINSKI, M.D. JAY A. JOHNSON, M.D. JOSEPH W. JOHNSON, MD STEVEN P. JOHNSON, M.D. THOMAS B. JOHNSON, M.D. STEPHEN G. JOLLEY, M.D. STEPHEN K. JONES, M.D. KENNETH A. JONES, JR., M.D. FRANK T. JORDAN, M.D, RAFAEL G. JUAREZ, M.D. DAVID KAHAN, M.D. STEVENJ. KANER, M.D. GARY L KANTOR, M.D. MICHAEL S. KAPLAN, M.D. IVAN D. KARABACHEV, MD JOSEPH A. KAUFMAN, M.D. DHAN D. KAUSHAL. M.D. MITCHELL F. KEAMY III. M.D. STEPHEN D. KEEFE. M.D. BEHZAD KERMANI, M.D. DARLINA M. KESEG-MANTHEI, D.O. ROBERT E. KESSLER, D.O. ANDREWS. KHAN, DO. NANCY L. LONG, M.D. DOUGLAS C. LORENZ, D.O. JOHN K. LOVELL, M.D. JOEL N. LUBRITZ, M.D. SCOTT J. MAC DONALD, M.D. MARJORIE A. MALLECK, M.D. CHRISTINE S. MALONEY, M.D. JAMES B. MANNING, M.D. PHILLIP J. MANNO, M.D. CARL R. MANTHEI, D.O. RUDY R. MANTHEI, D.O. SCOTT E. MANTHEI, D.O. RICHARD C. MANTIN, M.D. WILLIAM R. MARANON, M.D. LEE J. MAREK, D.P.M. RICK H MARTIN, M,D. JUAN E. MARTIN, JR., M.D. HOWARDJ. MASON, M.D. DONALD M. MASON, JR., M.D. MAVIS N. MATSUMOTO, M.D. GARY A. MAYMAN, M.D. ROBERT B. MC BEATH, M.D. JEAN E. MC CUSKER, M.D. JANICE A. MC DONALD, M.D. JOHN A. MC GANN, M.D. MICHAEL J. MC KENNA, M.D. MATTHEW J. MC MAHON, D.O. JAMES A. MC MURRIN JR., D.O. CHARLES D. MC PHERSON, M.D. DONALD J. MC SWEYN, M,D. DEVYANI J. MEHTA, M.D. JAMES V. MELI, JR., D.O. RAUL T, MEOZ, MD GEORGE E. MERINO, M.D. HUGH G, MERRIMAN, M.D. MICHAEL MESSINA, M.D. PAULJ. MEUS, M.D. PAUL E. MICHAEL, M.D. DAVID A. MILLER, M.D. MARGARET B. MILLER, M.D. MARK S. MILLER, D.P.M. WAYDE D. MILLER, M.D. CHRISTOPHER G, MILLSON, M.D. CHRISTOPHER A. MINOTT, M.D. CRES P. MIRANDA, M.D. KENNETH 6. MISCH, M.D. JAMES E. MOCK, JR., M.D. DEAN L MONDELL, M.D. Medical Executive CQ^^ hW.PIautzM.D hief of Staff William Weisberg, D.O, ;. Vice Chief of Staff Michael Ravitch ^>" M.D. Michael Schlaak v; M.D. • GILBERTO J. DE LA TORRE, M.D ALAN M.DEMBY-, M.D. ANTHONY C DEMORY, M,D. DIPAK K, DESAI, M D. KUSUM D DESAI, M.D. GILLES M. DESMARAIS, M.D. LOUIS V, Dl FRANCESCO. M.D, ZAFRIRY DIAMANT, M.D. RUBEN P DIAZ. M.D. RICHARD S DISKIN, D.O, INANCY A. DONAHOE, M.D. "SEAN D, DORT, M.D! WILLIAM L, DOWNEY, JR.. M,D. EUGENE F DREYER, DO. STEPHEN P DUBIN, M.D. THOMAS DUNN, M.D, DEAN C EASTON. MD CHERYL Y EDWARDS, M.D. MOHAMED S EFTAIHA, M.D. PAULH EIKENS, MD DANNY EISENBERG.MD. MICHAEL J, EISENBERG, M.D. IKPE EKPOUDIA, M.D. RASHAD M, ELSABAWI, M.D. JOHN A. ELLERTON, M.D. ANN M EVANS, M.D. STEVEN D EVANS. M.D. WILLIAM N, EVANS, M.D. WARREN H EVINS, MD. MICHAEL R. FALVO. DO. EMILY L. FANT, M.D. FRANK W PARIS. MD. SIMONJ, FARROW, M.D. JOSEPH M FAYAD. M.D. EDGARDO A. FAYLONA, M.D. KARLC. FAZEKAS, M.D. MILESB FINE. DO. DAVID A. FOGGIA. M D, CARLOS E. FONTE. M.D. ALLEN I, FRANCO, M.D, DESHAA. FRANKEL, M.D. RAGINI K FREDRICH. MD. SHELDON J FREEDMAN, M.D. JUDY L FREEMAN, M D STANLEY W FREEMAN, M.D. EDMOND S FREIS, M D, CLIFFORD M FRIESEN, M.D. ROBERT J. FUTORAN, M.D. JAMESA GAME, MD LAWRENCE D GARDNER, M.D. CARLOS GARIBAY. M.D. KEVIN L GARTH. MD ROBERT A. GATUN, M.D, FRANK R, GOA, M.D, LAURA G.GITLIN.MD IRWIN G GLASSMAN-, M.D. DALE A GLICKEN, M.D. MARK L GLYMAN, M.D. JOSEPH M. GNOYSKI. M.D. BRUCE C. GOETTING, M.D. ANDREW S GOLDBERG, M.D. LARRY D GOLDSTEIN, M.D. FREDERICK GOLL. Ml, M.D, RUSSELL P GOLLARD, M.D. ROBERT C GONG, M.D. DAVID S GOODMAN, M.D. JOHN T GOODSELL. DO. DAVIDS GOTHELF. C THOMAS GOTT, I GEORGE S GREANEY, VICTOR E GRIGORIEV, ROBERT J GRONDEL M.D. MICHAEL L. GROSS, M D SALVATORE M GUARNERA. M.D. SUE R QUNASEGARAM, MO. STEPHANA. GUnOVSKY. MO. BYRON C.GWINN II, MD OUAN MADUONG, OSAMA O.HMKAL,M.D SRINWAS (SRI) N HALTHORE. M.D. LONNIE L HAMMARGREN. MO BRUCE H HANDELMAN, M.D RODNEY G HANDSFIELD-. M D TERESA LHANLON-MD. STEVEN O HANSEN. M.D, GERALD E HANSON. DOS. JOSEPH P HARDY. M.D. ROBERT W HATHORN, M.D. PAUL V HEEREN. M 0 KARLQ HEME.MD MATTHEW W HEMSTREET, M.D. RICHARD S HENDERSOM. MD. MARGO HENORICKSON. M.D. AL0N20 F HENRY. M 0 XIHNE HERR.M0 ROBERT E HIES. M D ROBERT G, HiaSMAN, M.D GLENN J HIME MD JOSEPH W. PLAUTZ, M.D. MARINA PLON, M.D. MAURICE POCKEY, M.D. CURTIS W. POINDEXTER, M.D. MARC J. POMERANTZ, M.D. MALCOLM K. POON, M.D. SHARON L. POON, M.D. EUGENE G. PORRECA, M.D. STEPHEN J. PORTZ, M.D. THEODORE POTRUCH, M.D. CHANNA B. PRASAD, M.D. JOSEPH P. PROFETA, M.D. JOSEPH M, QUAGLIANA, M.D. EDWARD J, QUINN, MD NAWAZ A. QURESHI, M.D. RAMAKANT D. RAUT, MD MICHAEL S. RAVITCH, MD MORTON M. BAYFIELD, MD KEVIN R, RAYLS, M.D. TOOMAS REBANE, M.D. FREDC. REDFERN-, M.D. ROGER B. REED, D.P.M. JAY G. REID, M.D. DONALD M, REISCH, M.D. RICHARD R. REMARK, M.D. WILLIAM H. RESH, M.D. ANN Y. RHEE, M.D. C. ALLEN RHODES, M.D. REYNOLD L, RIMOLDI, M.D. GREGG M. RIPPLINGER, MD ROBERT K. RITCHEY, M.D. BRUCE E. ROBBINS, M.D. DAVID E. ROBISON. M.D. DOUGLAS R. ROBISON, M.D. RONALD G, ROSEN, M.D. RONALD M. ROTH, M.D. JERRY D. ROUTH, M.D. NOEL M. ROWAN, M.D. JOHN P. RULE, M.D. RONALD C. RUPPERT, D.O. RICHARD F. RUSSELL, M.D. ERIC K. SALTZ, M.D. JOELA,SALTZMAN, M.D. CURTIS P, SAMLASKA, M.D. JAMES D. SANCHEZ, M.D. UDAY R, SARAIYA, M.D. STEPHEN V. SAVRAN, M.D. MICHAEL P. SAWAYA, M.D. J. MICHAEL SCARFF, M.D. MARK S. SCHELLER, M.D. MICHAEL F. SCHLAACK, M.D. WILLIAM J. SCHOFIELD, JR., M.D. SAULE. SCHREIBER, D.O. HARRY L. SCHROEDER, M.D. WALTER W. SCHROEDER, M.D. MICHAEL W. SCHULDT, M.D. JERRY SCHWARTZ, M.D. PETER A. SCULLY, M.D. DOUGLASJ. SEIP, M.D. ZVI SELA, M.D. STEPHEN L. SELDON, M,D, JAY K, SELZNICK, DM.D. -SteKAMcE^-Ar Si^fir^^h• • SAMUEL T. SHAIKEWITZ, M.D. JOSEPH SHALEV, M.D. BRUCE S. SHAPIRO, M.D. MINDY S. SHAPIRO, M.D. YAKOV D. SHAPOSHNIKOV, M.D. : RAJIV K. SHARMA, M.D, VISHVINDER SHARMA, M.D. RICHARD R. SHEHANE, M.D. MOSTAFA SHETA, M.D. GRACE S. SHIN, M.D. ; • ROBERT A. SHIROFF, M.D. RINAH I. SHOPNICK, DO. ROBERT W, SHRECK, M.D. ASHLEY SIKAND, M.D. JYOTISH G. SIKAND, M.D. • JULESA. SILVER, M.D. IRWIN B. SIMON, M.D. • MARCUS J. SINGEL, D.P.M. RICHARD A. SINGER, M.D. M.PAUL SINGH, M.D. MAHENDER P. SINGH, M.D. NARESH P, SINGH, MD, RAM K, SINGH, M.D. VINCENT SIRAGUSA, M.D. HESHAM AL SIRSY, M.D. ARUMUGAM SIVAKUMAR, M.D. PAUL M. SKAN, MD, GARY R. SKANKEY, M.D. DODGE A. SLAGLE, DO. SCOTTA. SLAVIS, M.D. RICHARD C. SMALL, M.D. dOHN S. SMITH, M.D. LEWIS G. SMITH, M.D. VERNONC, SMITH M.D. WARREN L, SMITH, M.D, WILLIAM D, SMITH, M.D. DAVID M. SNIPPER, M.D. JOSEPH D. SODERBERG, M.D. HENRY B. SOLOWAY, M.D. LESLIE E. SOPER, M D. LEOJ, SPACCAVENTO.M.D. .., ROLAND SPARLING, M.D. EUGENE L SPECK, Nf.D. JOSETTE E. SPOTTS, M.D. DOUGLAS S. STACEY, D.P.M. ALLAN JSTAHL, M.D. THERESA M. STAMATO, M.D. ALAN J. STANLEY, M.D. LAURIE R. STAPLETON, D.O. _EMIL A. STEIN,.MJ3. .. Steven R. Hoer M.D. Matthew J. McMahon D.O. Hesham Sirsy M.D. sician Members of the Board of Directors Rick Henderson M.D. Medical Director Maryanne K. Allison M.D. Robert Ritchey M.D. Joseph W.PIautz M.D. Joel Bower, M.D. -DSt. Rose Dominican Hospital LL. DO. F. DO, K ,M.D. V NEY.MJ. RIEV, MUI IKRAM U. KHAN. M D SURESH M. KHILNANI, MD. SELWYN A. KIDNEY, M.D. BYRON S. KILPATRICK, M.D. DANIEL H. KIM, D.O. DANIEL K. KIM, M.D, EDWIN C KINGSLEY, M.D. ROBERT L KINSMAN, M.D. SHAZIA A. KIRMANI, M.D. ELLIOTT M. KLAIN, DO. BRIAN KOMINSKY, DO. STEVEN V KOZMARY, M.D. MARK D KRAFT, M.D. MICHAEL J. KRAMER, M.D STEVEN F KRAMER, M.D. LESTER N KRAWnr, M.D. MARCY A. KULIC, M.D. JOHN P KURLINSKI. M D. STEVEN B. KURTZ, MO. TRACY D KVARFORDT, M.D. DONALD I KWOK. MD GREGORY M KWOK, M.D. KIM M LA MOTTE-MALONE, M.D. THOMAS L LAMBERT, M.D JACQUES J LAMOTHE. MO ROBERT M LAMPERT, M 0 DAVID R LANZKOWSKY, M.D. RALPH G LARAISO, DO. LAURIE 0 LARSEN, M.D. R DAVID LARSEN, M.D. FRED D LEE. M.D. IRVM A. LEE. O.P.M STEVEN LEieOWnZ, M D. ALANSLBlAANSKYMD. CHERYL E. LEMMONS, M.D. MARK E. LEO. M D. THEODORE. P. LEON, DO ARTHUR LEONARD, MO MOCLLE M. LEWIS. DO EUQBC P UBBY, DO. JEFFREY UPSHfTZ. MO. 8TAM UU M.0. r^ GARYS MONO, DO. STEVEN N MONTGOMERY, M.D. AUSTIN R MOODY, II, M.D. ROBERT B G. MOU, M.D. DAVID A MULKEY, M.D. DANA MAKOTO MURAKAMI, M.D, M. NAFEES NAGY, M.D SHAMIN N NAGY. M D. SINA NASRI CHENUANI, M.D AMIR NASSERI. M D DAVID L. NAVRATIL, M.D. RUSSELL N NEIBAUR, M.D. ROBERT C NELSON, M.D. FRANK J NEMEC, M.D, SAMUEL R NEWSOM, III, M.D. HARRY H. NICKLE, M.D. LOWEU T NIEBAUM, M.D. RALPH M NIETRZEBA, M.D. STEPHEN H. NORRIS, M.D. GILBERT W NYAMUSWA. M.D. KEVINJ O'CONNOR, MD. MICHAEL A. O'HANLAN. M.D. ROBERT H OOEa.JR, MO. SCOTT-MAY K OLDS. M D. SCOTT F. OLSEN, M D STEVEN E OLSSON, M.D. AMARJIT K PANNU, M.D. NlfTANK PARIKH, M.DHYCKX3NG PARK, M D. JAMES N PARKER, MO MORGAN W PARRY, M D. ROBERT W PATTI, M.D. JOHNH PAYNE, MO. BRIAN S PAZEVC. M.D RANDAL R PEOPLES, M D MARVM A. PERER, M 0 JACQUELINE L PEREZ TSEUKIS, M^D. JESSE E PERRY. M D WIXIAM N PEUGH, M.D CHRI^DPHER J. PHILLIPS, M D. PATRICSA M PIERCE, M D ^ JOHNf PmXM.O AUND. STEUES, M.D. PAUL A. STEWART, MD WILLIAM T. STEWART, M.D. BARBARA J. STOCKING, M.D. • LARRY D. STODDARD, M.D. V ERNEST M.SUSSMAN, M.D. '' • • • • TIMOTHY B. SUTHERLAND, M.D, • TODD V, SWANSON, MD. • • • /. • / • ROBERTJ. TAIT, MD, MARWAN A, TAKIYYUDDIN, M,D, ARTHUR J. TAYLOR, M.D, ':'.: ;.. • ANNETTE TEUEIRO, M.D. • • ;;• • • • • T HARRY M, THOMAS, JR, MD JAMES C. THOMAS, JR., M.D. JOSEPH P, THORNTON, M.D. LUIS A. TODD, M.D. FRED G. TOFFEL, M.D. FEREYDOON TOFIGH, M.D. • .,, -. ROSS M. TONKENS, M.D, j> • '•,•: V ...' .' GUY A. TORRES, M.D. • •;: • ,'•; -' DAVID H TOTTORI, M.D. NIKOLAOS TOUROUTOGLOU, M.D. DENISE TROPEA, D.P.M. NICHOLAS TSEUKIS, M.D. JEFFREY (SWEI) H. TSUNG, M.D. HILTRUD A. TURER, M.D. R. MARK TURNER, M.D. REBECCAJ. TYRE, M.D GREGORYS. UHL,M.0. JAMES W. VAHEY, M.D. PETER G, VAJTAI, MD. LEIGH A. VANCE. M.D. CAROL A. VANDER HARTEN-ALGIER, M.D. M. ALI SEDGHI VAZIRI, M.D. BERALDO A. VAZQUEZ CORREA, M.D. BENJAMIN H, VENGER, M.D. MARKW VINER, M.D. SANJAY VOHRA, M D. CRAIG A. VOSS, M.D, RICHARD L WAGNER, M.D. JOHN G. WAITE, M.D. UWRENCE G, WALSH, M.D. AL WALTERS-, M.D,THOMAS J, WALTMAN, MD. CHARLES B WALTON, M.D. DOST M. WATTOO, M.D. ARNOLD WAX, M.D MARK M WEISBERG, DO. WILLIAM WEISBERG. DO. KENT L WELLISH, M D, KENNETH C WESTFIELD, M.D, ROBERT G, WIENCEK, JR,, M.D. ANN M, WIERMAN, MD. J, PAUL WIESNER, M.D ABRAHAM WIKLER. DO. DAVID WIKLER. DO, MERVYN D WILURD, M.D. JOSEPH L. WILLIAMS, M.D WALTER J. WILLOUGHBY, JR., STEVEN P WINKLER. M.D H. GEORGE WIRGES. MD SAMUEL A WISE, M D, DOUGLAS S WONG, MO. STANLEY 8 WRIGHT, M.D, WILLIAM J WYATT, M.D. STEPHEN A, YAKAITIS, M.D. ANUNCIACION S YBAUE, M.D. DANNY YOUNG, M D JEFFREY M ZAPINSKY. M.D. RAFAEL A ZENTENO, M D MICHAEL S ZIMMERMAN, M.D STEVEN C. ZWEROLINGER. M.D. ,M.D Cekbnaing 50Years of Service to Soutbem Nevada OUTDOORS Wait to trim trees Thursday, June 26, 1997 Panorama Page 5 A special gift for the great outdoors Floating around on a pond or reservoir in Nevada while tubefishing can be very relaxing. At least until a fish decides to take your fly—at which point, it becomes nothing less than incredible. Its been awhile since I first experienced tube-fishing. I've been luck enough to get away from work on several occasions, borrow a tube, some fins and go tube-fishing with my fishing buddy, JR Hanson. JR is well-known in Southern Nevada for his dedication and devotion to the LV Fly Fishing Club. In my opinion, he's also one of the best Southern Nevada fly-fisherman. After each trip, my husband would listen to me share stories about tube-fishing and my deOUTDOORS WITH BARB O BARB HENDERSON rod and reel. There was absolutely nothing wrong with my other rod, but I'm not complaining. In fact, it seems impossible to me that anyone could own too much fishing gear. If you ever decide to try tubefishing, be safe, wear a life jacket and never go out when the weather is windy. It's always a good idea to g9 the first few times with someone with both experience and knowledge. This allows an opportunity to be properly introduced into the sport and it also works to your advantage, prior to spendmg money on equipment. -''"Sifntrprfi§hmt-'\^th4rimtrainf-~^^ this technique. For Mother's Day, my husband surprised me with fins and a tube of my own. In fact, the gift also included a new fly-fishing to JR for the memories, and extremely thankful to my husband for not buying me new cooking utensils. OUTDOOR RECREATION INFORMATION St. Jude's seeks volunteers St. Jude's Ranch for Children, in the hills above Lake Mead in Boulder City, is in need of volunteers. Father Herbert A. Ward, presidentyCEO for 27 years, said, "As we continue to serve more and more children indeed, our resources are stretched to the limit. We depend on volunteers to do many^f the tasks involved to keep the ranch running smoothly." The ranch is a safe haven of hope for children who have been abused, abandoned and neglected. Currently 46 children are in residence, six of whom live with a set of married cottage parents in an individual cottage. The children receive iintense dress the emotional trauma the children have experienced. Volunteers are needed from 8 a.m. to 4:30 a.m. Monday to Friday, to work in the mailroom opening thousands of packages containing used greeting cards for the "Born Again" card project, which recycles them into new cards, which children learn to earn. Volunteers are also needed for summer recreational craft projects. "Keeping 48 children busy and happy during the summer vacation is a huge task," said interim campus director Father Tom Gimple. "We are looking for activities to stimulate the children's minds and things that are a lot of fun," Gimple said. Additionally, data entry help is needed in the donor processing department and a clerical helper is needed in the expressive arts department. Volunteers over the age of 18, especially retirees and senior ^j3Jtiieos*.jiie.ad^d,la,ialU^Ul^ Clark, 294-7138, for more information. Henderson is Outdoor Editor of the News. If homeowners can do so, the NDOW encourages them to wait until fall to trim their trees. Every spring, thousands of active bird nests are destroyed when trees are trimmed throughout the valley. "Spring is nesting time and the trees are filled with baby birds at all stages of development. When trees are trimnxed in the spring, many nests are destroyed. Adult birds can move to another location, but baby birds cannot make diat adjustment, and simply die," said NDOW spokesman Doug Nielsen. If homeowners cannot wait to trim trees, they are encouraged to work around existing nests. It will not be long before the birds are mature enough to leave home. Iris sale June 28-2d The Las Vegas Iris Society will hold its ninth annual Iris Sale from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, June 28, and from 9 am. to 4 p.m. Sunday, June 29, at Plant World Nurseries. The locations are 1250 E. Tropicana Ave. and 5301 W. Charleston Blvd. and Dan's Plant World at 9040 S. Eastern. Members of the Iris Society will be present to answer questions about growing irises in the valley. Thegarden clubmeetsthe first Monday of the month except from June to August. For more information, call 6588622 or 255-1263. Junior Ranger programs begin Safe boating week should last all year Many of us who use the lake— either full-time or just once in awhile— don't always think about boat safety or the rules and regulations of operating a boat. Seldom do we discuss or remember what constitutes the "right of way" when two boats approach each other; or think about wearing a PFD, until we read about an accident or see a gn'oup of boaters wearing vests. We have memory lapses or we just disregard safe boating operations altogether. How many of you skippers knew we just had a National Safe BoatingWeek from May 18"24, "Sponsored by the U.S. Coast Guard? The week was set aside to help boaters focus on safe boating through education. Were you involved? As a boating column writer, I do ^et many publications an"nouncing the annual vent, but I wonder if you were aware of the BOATING WITH RAY RAYEICHER many local radio, TV and newspaper ads here in the valley that mentioned the importance of boat safety and urged you to be careful. One announcement addressed PWC skippers about wearing PFDs. "You're svmk if you don't wear a PFD," was the simple message. Another cautioned skippers about drinking and operating a boat. Heavy fines and jail time are possible if you are caught and fail the sobriet)^test. While taking to fellow skippers, they tell there has been, and will continue to be, much "on the water" fhecking this year. Take this advice seriously. Think before you drink! A safe boating week is a great promotion, but is not intended for only one week. Like Mother's Day and Father's 1 — meant to honor parents on a specific day — it is assumed you will do that every day of the year. The same applies to safe boating week. The National Park Servicepublishes statistics on a regular basis as to the number of boating accidents, arrests and fatalities on Lake Mead. Over the recent Memorial Day weekend, there were eight boating accidents— eight that were reported, to be more exact. I for one do not want to be included in such a report. How about you? This summer, and from now-on, avoid excessive use of alcohol. Act your age when driving a boat. Make certain passengers are wearing flotation vests. Have a great time on the lake, but do it in a safe way. There are more than 30,000 boats registered in Southern Nevada, but the lake • is big enough for all of us if we are courteous and obey the rules. The 4th of July is coming up, and I have always felt boaters could show a little patriotism by flying the American flag from mast or staff. What it would be if every boat would show the colors. Not just for the holiday, but every time the boats are out. It just might remind you what a great country we live in and what a great lake we have to use any time we want. The freedom to enjoy the best lake in the country. Take pride in flying the flag and be a responsible skipper. The Las Vegas Power Squadron has scheduled a safe boating class for September, date and location will appear in a f uture column. Until next time, keep your bilge dry. And practice safe boating all year. Eicher, a long-time valley resident, considers himself a part-time boater „ • .-." A. and fisherman. / ., Summer Jimior Ranger programs are again being offered for youth ages 7 to 12, at Katherine Landing on Lake Mohave in Lake Mead National Recreation Area.... J^£[ational ParkJSfindauiKilL^. hold two programs, from 9 to i 11:30 a.m. Mondayto Friday July 7-11, and from July 21-25. On Thursdays, July 10 and 24, the program will be extended to2:30p.m. so students can learn about water safety and navigation while boating on the lake. All youngsters, who musthave completed first grade, are encouraged to register. Priority will be given to children who have not previously participated. Past participants will be placed on a waiting list and selected on a space-available basis before the program begins. ^Jun}oyRaatgerc^tifkatgwill-^.>r...o-.^ be given to those who complete the week. Programs are limited to 20 participants each week. To reserve a place for either week, call Laura Seager or Robin White, (520)754-3272, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.; or write, the National Park Service, Katherine Ranger Station, Bullhead City, AZ 86429. Brian Head: Mountain bike paradise Brian Head,Utah, is one of the nation's premier mountain biking destinations with more than 100 miles of single-track trails, forest roads, pioneer trails and chair-lift services. At a 9,600-foot elevation, it is nestled in the shadow of Brian Head Peak (11,307 feet), surroimded by the Dixie National Forest. Brian Head, Cedar Breaks and Panguitch Lake are part of the Markagunt Plateau, stretching from Zion National park to the northern Tushar Mountains. The biking season generally nms from the second week of June to October, and varies according to elevation. It is a good idea to call ahead to determine seasonal conditions, according to Stephen Lane, Brian Head Resorts community director,"s heavy snow is a factor. Conditions at lower elevations near Parowan, Cedar City and Panguitch are often ridable from early spring until late fall. Average highs for July and August are about 70 degrees, while September starts to cool down slightly with Aspen trees turning gold at the end of the month. October can bring Indian summer, extending the season, or it can bring a snowstorm and early skiing. Lane said the topography is gentle. Brian Head sits on the plateau with large expanses of flat and rolling terrain. There is no need to do uphill riding if using the shuttle service. Riders can take bikes with them on a lift Tofsoine incre^ibTe~down hill runs, according to Lane. Rock cliff's around Brian Head were formed by intense volcanic activities 30 million years ago. Many trails run close enough to the plateau's edge for riders to enjoy endless views. The area provides beautiful scenery, massive redrock cliflFs and canyons, colorful sculptured rock formations, flower-filled meadows, and lush forests. The best time for vrildflowers is from late June to early August. The area's autumn colors are spectacular, said Lane. Brian Head offers more than 3,500 beds and low summer rates. Other activities include cookofFs, music festivals, fireworks displays, horseback riding and an Octoberfest. The drive tiiHe1YomLas-Vrgas is only three hours. For more activity information, call the Chamber of Commerce, (801)677-2810; or check the community home page, www. brianheadutah.com. 'Xhitdoors with Barb" Barb Henderson.: Saturday mornings ^aL9:30a.m. ^J. yKNEWS j:; • ^ AM 970 A half hour radio program highhghting the great outdoors. Be prepared when heading outdoors The Nevada Division of Wildlife reminds those enjoying the outdoors to follow the Boy Scout motto and be prepared whenever they head out, especially during period of extreme summer heat. While heat can affect anyone, newcomers to the desert may be especially vulnerable. NDOW offers the following safety guidelines for those planning even a short day trip to the desert: •Bring plenty of water, enough for several days in case of an emergency. Don't count on finding water in the desert. •File a trip plan with a responsible adult before leaving town. Tell the person when you are leaving and when you pltm to return. Include a list of who will be traveling with you—it's not a good idea to go alone. Leave a map showing the area in which you will be—just in case. •Take along a good survial kit. When putting the kit together, think in terms of shelter building, fire building and signaling for help. Don't forget a first aid kit. •Always take along extra food. True, you can live without it. But why? •Four-wheel drive vehicles give people a false sense of security. If you have doubts, don't go. If a road looks rough, and you're not sure you should go, then don't. For those times when you don't follow your own advice, don't forget your shovel. Spend a summer night listening to iXfc ^^ '^V jeatunng CBucfcfu Gharles \Jonceri y^azz Urcnesira ana/ne Miaru DioraPs C/iff-' c5/czrs FRIDAY, JUNE 27 • 8:00 P.M. Civic Center Plaza Amphitheater Adjacent to Henderson City Hall, 3 located at 200 Water Street PARKS AND RECRCATtON DKn^RTMCNT ^nattToOaUtlom Enjoy sounds of some world class jazz. So feel free to swing by ... No cover. No admission. Just Jazz. Real cool jazz. It's a world class summer in Henderson. For information on other concerts throughout thf summer caU 565-2367 ^m mvmi-ftiw^titivm mrmss:

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• HW Page 4 Panorama Thursday, June 26, 1997 SHERIFW.ABDOU.M.D. MARCD. ABRAMOW. MO. BURLIN H. ACKLES-, M.D. RICHARD F. ADAMS, M.D. JOHN ADAN. M.D. STEVEN W. AGATA, M.D. THOMAS S. AHERN. M.D. TANVIR AHMAD, M.D MOHAMED S. AHMED, M.D. RICARDO C. ALFAFARA. M.D. HEATHERJ. ALLEN, M.D. UWRENCE M. ALLEN. M.D. MARY ANN K. ALLISON, M.D. JOHN A. AMERIKS. M.D. BELMONT W. ANDERSON, D.P.M. JOHN C. ANDREWJESKI, M.D. AUEN R. ANES, M.D. SOHAIL U. ANJUM, M.D. JAVAID ANWAR, M.D. KAREN F. ARCOTTA, M.D. THOMAS D. ARMOUR, M.D. REUEL A. ASPACK), M.0; ~^* SCOTT L. BARANOFF.Ti/I.D. ANTHONY E. BARELLI, M.D. MARK H. BARNEY. M.D. EDWARD C. BARRERA, MD MARK A. BARRY, M.D. ANIL K. BATRA, M.D. STEVEN E. BECKER, M.D. JOHN B. BEGXDTTO. M.D. ROBERT R. BELLIVEAU, M.D. ROBERT R. BELTRAN-, M.D. HERVE BEZARD, M.D. M. AKRAM K. BHATTI, M.D. ROBERT BIEN, M.D. JAMES K. BISCHOFF. M.D. MICHELLE L BISCHOFF, M.D. VAN R. BOHMAN, M.D. KEITH G. BOMAN, M.D. SCOTT B. BOMAN. M.D. ANTHONY V. BORGIA, D.P.M. JOHN A. BOWERS SR., M.D. JOHN A. BOWERS, JR., M.D. JEROLD E. BOYERS. M.D. MICHAEL S. BRADFORD, M.D. WILLIAM C BRANDES, M.D. KENNETH M. BRANTLEY. M.D. RICHARD R. BRIGGS. M.D. • :\ CHRIS B BRINGHURST, M.D. •; JOAN D. BROOKHYSER, M.D. ., • :. G. LEE BROOKSHIRE, M.D. JOHNW BROUWERS, M.D. BYRON E BROWN, M.D. • •. :, SUSAN K. BROWNE. M.D. ." • .. DONALD E. BUCHANAN, M.D. :.-' JAMES C. BUELL, MD, ARLENE M. BUMBACA, M.D. DONALD L. BUNCH, M.D. BRUCE T. BURNETT. M.D. \ ; NED M. BUSCH, M.D. AUDREYA. CAINE. M.D. V JONATHAN F. CAMP. M.D. ;: D£NiNlSG.gAM?T6lfC M^D. PAULB. CANALE, M.D. ELADIO S. CARRERA, M.D. GERALD CASAS, M.D. KATHLEEN H. CASS, M.D. ALLEN J.CASTELL, WILLIAM J. CAVIN, JR., M.D. RAJ R. CHANDERRAJ, BID. ;; • • MICHAEL Y CHANG. M D. TERESA T. CHARNIGA, M.D. —^^ CYRfAC K. CHEMPLAVIL, M.D. EUGENE Y T. CHEN, M.D. GEORGE T. CHEN, M.D. ROBERT P. CHIASCIONE, M.D. CHRISTINE CHICO, DO. WILLIAM N. CHINGROS, M.D. ERIC 8. CHINO, M.D. _„,:.., ALAN R. CHOCK, M.D. BYUNGKOO CHOI. M.D. DENNIS CHONG, M.D. BASHIR A. CHOWDHRY, M.D. DARIN L. CHRISTENSEN, M.D. BEVINS K. CHUE, M.D. JEFFREY P. CICHON, M.D. DAVID A. CIPOLLA, M.D. CHARLES F. COHAN. DO. VICTOR'S. COHEN, M.D. JOHN B. COLLIER, M.D. RANDAL H. COLQUITT, M.D. LUZMINDA B. CONCEPCION, M,D. RALPH M. CONTI. M.D, MATTHEW M. COOPER, M.D. CAROLYN L. CORNELIUS. M.D. MARK W. CORRIGAN, M.D. ANDRES F. COSTAS-CENTIVANY. M.D EARL D. COTTRELL. M.D. RODNEY G COURSON, M.D. • ROBERT P. CROKE, M.D. KAREN L CROSS, M.D. -;. DAVID M. CROSSLEY, M.D. MARY JEAN CU^YCONG, M.D. DANNY L. CURTIS, MD FRANCIS G D'AMBROSIO, M.D JAMES (BOB) R. DANIEL, M.D. JON S DARDEN, M.D. GAUTAM-DAULAT, DO. JAMES R. DAVIDSON, M.D. JOEL DAVIDSON, M.D. MONIZ M DAWOOD, M.D. JOSEPH A, DE BELLIS, MD -MAHENDRA OE FONSEKA, M.D, BRUCE J. HIRSCHFELD, M.D. HISHAM I. HITO, M.D. YUNG-CHIEH HO, M.D. RICHARD M. HODNETT, M.D. STEVEN R. HOER, M.D. GARY F. HOFFMAN, M.D. W. HOWARD HOFFMAN, JR., M.D.. EDWARD E. HOLDEN, M.D. DAVID L HOLLAND, M.D. EDWIN P. HOMANSKY, M.D. SUSAN A. HOOD, PH. D WALTER J. HOPPE, DO. ROBERT L HORNE, M.D. ELIOT M. HOROWITZ, M.D. JEROME F. HRUSKA, JR„ M.D. GREGORY S. HSU, D.O. KEN A. HUGHES, M.D. PAULS. HUMMEL, M.D. ROSEMARY Y. HYUN. M.D. REIICHIIIZUKA, M.D. ELIZABETH D. lOLE, M.D. BRIAN K. IRIYE, M.D. JOHN G. JACOBSON, M.D. THOMAS E. JACOBSON, M.D, SEAN F.JANZER, M.D. VOYTEK J. JASINSKI, M.D. JAY A. JOHNSON, M.D. JOSEPH W. JOHNSON, MD STEVEN P. JOHNSON, M.D. THOMAS B. JOHNSON, M.D. STEPHEN G. JOLLEY, M.D. STEPHEN K. JONES, M.D. KENNETH A. JONES, JR., M.D. FRANK T. JORDAN, M.D, RAFAEL G. JUAREZ, M.D. DAVID KAHAN, M.D. STEVENJ. KANER, M.D. GARY L KANTOR, M.D. MICHAEL S. KAPLAN, M.D. IVAN D. KARABACHEV, MD JOSEPH A. KAUFMAN, M.D. DHAN D. KAUSHAL. M.D. MITCHELL F. KEAMY III. M.D. STEPHEN D. KEEFE. M.D. BEHZAD KERMANI, M.D. DARLINA M. KESEG-MANTHEI, D.O. ROBERT E. KESSLER, D.O. ANDREWS. KHAN, DO. NANCY L. LONG, M.D. DOUGLAS C. LORENZ, D.O. JOHN K. LOVELL, M.D. JOEL N. LUBRITZ, M.D. SCOTT J. MAC DONALD, M.D. MARJORIE A. MALLECK, M.D. CHRISTINE S. MALONEY, M.D. JAMES B. MANNING, M.D. PHILLIP J. MANNO, M.D. CARL R. MANTHEI, D.O. RUDY R. MANTHEI, D.O. SCOTT E. MANTHEI, D.O. RICHARD C. MANTIN, M.D. WILLIAM R. MARANON, M.D. LEE J. MAREK, D.P.M. RICK H MARTIN, M,D. JUAN E. MARTIN, JR., M.D. HOWARDJ. MASON, M.D. DONALD M. MASON, JR., M.D. MAVIS N. MATSUMOTO, M.D. GARY A. MAYMAN, M.D. ROBERT B. MC BEATH, M.D. JEAN E. MC CUSKER, M.D. JANICE A. MC DONALD, M.D. JOHN A. MC GANN, M.D. MICHAEL J. MC KENNA, M.D. MATTHEW J. MC MAHON, D.O. JAMES A. MC MURRIN JR., D.O. CHARLES D. MC PHERSON, M.D. DONALD J. MC SWEYN, M,D. DEVYANI J. MEHTA, M.D. JAMES V. MELI, JR., D.O. RAUL T, MEOZ, MD GEORGE E. MERINO, M.D. HUGH G, MERRIMAN, M.D. MICHAEL MESSINA, M.D. PAULJ. MEUS, M.D. PAUL E. MICHAEL, M.D. DAVID A. MILLER, M.D. MARGARET B. MILLER, M.D. MARK S. MILLER, D.P.M. WAYDE D. MILLER, M.D. CHRISTOPHER G, MILLSON, M.D. CHRISTOPHER A. MINOTT, M.D. CRES P. MIRANDA, M.D. KENNETH 6. MISCH, M.D. JAMES E. MOCK, JR., M.D. DEAN L MONDELL, M.D. Medical Executive CQ^^ hW.PIautzM.D hief of Staff William Weisberg, D.O, ;. Vice Chief of Staff Michael Ravitch ^>" M.D. Michael Schlaak v; M.D. • GILBERTO J. DE LA TORRE, M.D ALAN M.DEMBY-, M.D. ANTHONY C DEMORY, M,D. DIPAK K, DESAI, M D. KUSUM D DESAI, M.D. GILLES M. DESMARAIS, M.D. LOUIS V, Dl FRANCESCO. M.D, ZAFRIRY DIAMANT, M.D. RUBEN P DIAZ. M.D. RICHARD S DISKIN, D.O, INANCY A. DONAHOE, M.D. "SEAN D, DORT, M.D! WILLIAM L, DOWNEY, JR.. M,D. EUGENE F DREYER, DO. STEPHEN P DUBIN, M.D. THOMAS DUNN, M.D, DEAN C EASTON. MD CHERYL Y EDWARDS, M.D. MOHAMED S EFTAIHA, M.D. PAULH EIKENS, MD DANNY EISENBERG.MD. MICHAEL J, EISENBERG, M.D. IKPE EKPOUDIA, M.D. RASHAD M, ELSABAWI, M.D. JOHN A. ELLERTON, M.D. ANN M EVANS, M.D. STEVEN D EVANS. M.D. WILLIAM N, EVANS, M.D. WARREN H EVINS, MD. MICHAEL R. FALVO. DO. EMILY L. FANT, M.D. FRANK W PARIS. MD. SIMONJ, FARROW, M.D. JOSEPH M FAYAD. M.D. EDGARDO A. FAYLONA, M.D. KARLC. FAZEKAS, M.D. MILESB FINE. DO. DAVID A. FOGGIA. M D, CARLOS E. FONTE. M.D. ALLEN I, FRANCO, M.D, DESHAA. FRANKEL, M.D. RAGINI K FREDRICH. MD. SHELDON J FREEDMAN, M.D. JUDY L FREEMAN, M D STANLEY W FREEMAN, M.D. EDMOND S FREIS, M D, CLIFFORD M FRIESEN, M.D. ROBERT J. FUTORAN, M.D. JAMESA GAME, MD LAWRENCE D GARDNER, M.D. CARLOS GARIBAY. M.D. KEVIN L GARTH. MD ROBERT A. GATUN, M.D, FRANK R, GOA, M.D, LAURA G.GITLIN.MD IRWIN G GLASSMAN-, M.D. DALE A GLICKEN, M.D. MARK L GLYMAN, M.D. JOSEPH M. GNOYSKI. M.D. BRUCE C. GOETTING, M.D. ANDREW S GOLDBERG, M.D. LARRY D GOLDSTEIN, M.D. FREDERICK GOLL. Ml, M.D, RUSSELL P GOLLARD, M.D. ROBERT C GONG, M.D. DAVID S GOODMAN, M.D. JOHN T GOODSELL. DO. DAVIDS GOTHELF. C THOMAS GOTT, I GEORGE S GREANEY, VICTOR E GRIGORIEV, ROBERT J GRONDEL M.D. MICHAEL L. GROSS, M D SALVATORE M GUARNERA. M.D. SUE R QUNASEGARAM, MO. STEPHANA. GUnOVSKY. MO. BYRON C.GWINN II, MD OUAN MADUONG, OSAMA O.HMKAL,M.D SRINWAS (SRI) N HALTHORE. M.D. LONNIE L HAMMARGREN. MO BRUCE H HANDELMAN, M.D RODNEY G HANDSFIELD-. M D TERESA LHANLON-MD. STEVEN O HANSEN. M.D, GERALD E HANSON. DOS. JOSEPH P HARDY. M.D. ROBERT W HATHORN, M.D. PAUL V HEEREN. M 0 KARLQ HEME.MD MATTHEW W HEMSTREET, M.D. RICHARD S HENDERSOM. MD. MARGO HENORICKSON. M.D. AL0N20 F HENRY. M 0 XIHNE HERR.M0 ROBERT E HIES. M D ROBERT G, HiaSMAN, M.D GLENN J HIME MD JOSEPH W. PLAUTZ, M.D. MARINA PLON, M.D. MAURICE POCKEY, M.D. CURTIS W. POINDEXTER, M.D. MARC J. POMERANTZ, M.D. MALCOLM K. POON, M.D. SHARON L. POON, M.D. EUGENE G. PORRECA, M.D. STEPHEN J. PORTZ, M.D. THEODORE POTRUCH, M.D. CHANNA B. PRASAD, M.D. JOSEPH P. PROFETA, M.D. JOSEPH M, QUAGLIANA, M.D. EDWARD J, QUINN, MD NAWAZ A. QURESHI, M.D. RAMAKANT D. RAUT, MD MICHAEL S. RAVITCH, MD MORTON M. BAYFIELD, MD KEVIN R, RAYLS, M.D. TOOMAS REBANE, M.D. FREDC. REDFERN-, M.D. ROGER B. REED, D.P.M. JAY G. REID, M.D. DONALD M, REISCH, M.D. RICHARD R. REMARK, M.D. WILLIAM H. RESH, M.D. ANN Y. RHEE, M.D. C. ALLEN RHODES, M.D. REYNOLD L, RIMOLDI, M.D. GREGG M. RIPPLINGER, MD ROBERT K. RITCHEY, M.D. BRUCE E. ROBBINS, M.D. DAVID E. ROBISON. M.D. DOUGLAS R. ROBISON, M.D. RONALD G, ROSEN, M.D. RONALD M. ROTH, M.D. JERRY D. ROUTH, M.D. NOEL M. ROWAN, M.D. JOHN P. RULE, M.D. RONALD C. RUPPERT, D.O. RICHARD F. RUSSELL, M.D. ERIC K. SALTZ, M.D. JOELA,SALTZMAN, M.D. CURTIS P, SAMLASKA, M.D. JAMES D. SANCHEZ, M.D. UDAY R, SARAIYA, M.D. STEPHEN V. SAVRAN, M.D. MICHAEL P. SAWAYA, M.D. J. MICHAEL SCARFF, M.D. MARK S. SCHELLER, M.D. MICHAEL F. SCHLAACK, M.D. WILLIAM J. SCHOFIELD, JR., M.D. SAULE. SCHREIBER, D.O. HARRY L. SCHROEDER, M.D. WALTER W. SCHROEDER, M.D. MICHAEL W. SCHULDT, M.D. JERRY SCHWARTZ, M.D. PETER A. SCULLY, M.D. DOUGLASJ. SEIP, M.D. ZVI SELA, M.D. STEPHEN L. SELDON, M,D, JAY K, SELZNICK, DM.D. -SteKAMcE^-Ar Si^fir^^h• • SAMUEL T. SHAIKEWITZ, M.D. JOSEPH SHALEV, M.D. BRUCE S. SHAPIRO, M.D. MINDY S. SHAPIRO, M.D. YAKOV D. SHAPOSHNIKOV, M.D. : RAJIV K. SHARMA, M.D, VISHVINDER SHARMA, M.D. RICHARD R. SHEHANE, M.D. MOSTAFA SHETA, M.D. GRACE S. SHIN, M.D. ; • ROBERT A. SHIROFF, M.D. RINAH I. SHOPNICK, DO. ROBERT W, SHRECK, M.D. ASHLEY SIKAND, M.D. JYOTISH G. SIKAND, M.D. • JULESA. SILVER, M.D. IRWIN B. SIMON, M.D. • MARCUS J. SINGEL, D.P.M. RICHARD A. SINGER, M.D. M.PAUL SINGH, M.D. MAHENDER P. SINGH, M.D. NARESH P, SINGH, MD, RAM K, SINGH, M.D. VINCENT SIRAGUSA, M.D. HESHAM AL SIRSY, M.D. ARUMUGAM SIVAKUMAR, M.D. PAUL M. SKAN, MD, GARY R. SKANKEY, M.D. DODGE A. SLAGLE, DO. SCOTTA. SLAVIS, M.D. RICHARD C. SMALL, M.D. dOHN S. SMITH, M.D. LEWIS G. SMITH, M.D. VERNONC, SMITH M.D. WARREN L, SMITH, M.D, WILLIAM D, SMITH, M.D. DAVID M. SNIPPER, M.D. JOSEPH D. SODERBERG, M.D. HENRY B. SOLOWAY, M.D. LESLIE E. SOPER, M D. LEOJ, SPACCAVENTO.M.D. .., ROLAND SPARLING, M.D. EUGENE L SPECK, Nf.D. JOSETTE E. SPOTTS, M.D. DOUGLAS S. STACEY, D.P.M. ALLAN JSTAHL, M.D. THERESA M. STAMATO, M.D. ALAN J. STANLEY, M.D. LAURIE R. STAPLETON, D.O. _EMIL A. STEIN,.MJ3. .. Steven R. Hoer M.D. Matthew J. McMahon D.O. Hesham Sirsy M.D. sician Members of the Board of Directors Rick Henderson M.D. Medical Director Maryanne K. Allison M.D. Robert Ritchey M.D. Joseph W.PIautz M.D. Joel Bower, M.D. -DSt. Rose Dominican Hospital LL. DO. F. DO, K ,M.D. V NEY.MJ. RIEV, MUI IKRAM U. KHAN. M D SURESH M. KHILNANI, MD. SELWYN A. KIDNEY, M.D. BYRON S. KILPATRICK, M.D. DANIEL H. KIM, D.O. DANIEL K. KIM, M.D, EDWIN C KINGSLEY, M.D. ROBERT L KINSMAN, M.D. SHAZIA A. KIRMANI, M.D. ELLIOTT M. KLAIN, DO. BRIAN KOMINSKY, DO. STEVEN V KOZMARY, M.D. MARK D KRAFT, M.D. MICHAEL J. KRAMER, M.D STEVEN F KRAMER, M.D. LESTER N KRAWnr, M.D. MARCY A. KULIC, M.D. JOHN P KURLINSKI. M D. STEVEN B. KURTZ, MO. TRACY D KVARFORDT, M.D. DONALD I KWOK. MD GREGORY M KWOK, M.D. KIM M LA MOTTE-MALONE, M.D. THOMAS L LAMBERT, M.D JACQUES J LAMOTHE. MO ROBERT M LAMPERT, M 0 DAVID R LANZKOWSKY, M.D. RALPH G LARAISO, DO. LAURIE 0 LARSEN, M.D. R DAVID LARSEN, M.D. FRED D LEE. M.D. IRVM A. LEE. O.P.M STEVEN LEieOWnZ, M D. ALANSLBlAANSKYMD. CHERYL E. LEMMONS, M.D. MARK E. LEO. M D. THEODORE. P. LEON, DO ARTHUR LEONARD, MO MOCLLE M. LEWIS. DO EUQBC P UBBY, DO. JEFFREY UPSHfTZ. MO. 8TAM UU M.0. r^ GARYS MONO, DO. STEVEN N MONTGOMERY, M.D. AUSTIN R MOODY, II, M.D. ROBERT B G. MOU, M.D. DAVID A MULKEY, M.D. DANA MAKOTO MURAKAMI, M.D, M. NAFEES NAGY, M.D SHAMIN N NAGY. M D. SINA NASRI CHENUANI, M.D AMIR NASSERI. M D DAVID L. NAVRATIL, M.D. RUSSELL N NEIBAUR, M.D. ROBERT C NELSON, M.D. FRANK J NEMEC, M.D, SAMUEL R NEWSOM, III, M.D. HARRY H. NICKLE, M.D. LOWEU T NIEBAUM, M.D. RALPH M NIETRZEBA, M.D. STEPHEN H. NORRIS, M.D. GILBERT W NYAMUSWA. M.D. KEVINJ O'CONNOR, MD. MICHAEL A. O'HANLAN. M.D. ROBERT H OOEa.JR, MO. SCOTT-MAY K OLDS. M D. SCOTT F. OLSEN, M D STEVEN E OLSSON, M.D. AMARJIT K PANNU, M.D. NlfTANK PARIKH, M.DHYCKX3NG PARK, M D. JAMES N PARKER, MO MORGAN W PARRY, M D. ROBERT W PATTI, M.D. JOHNH PAYNE, MO. BRIAN S PAZEVC. M.D RANDAL R PEOPLES, M D MARVM A. PERER, M 0 JACQUELINE L PEREZ TSEUKIS, M^D. JESSE E PERRY. M D WIXIAM N PEUGH, M.D CHRI^DPHER J. PHILLIPS, M D. PATRICSA M PIERCE, M D ^ JOHNf PmXM.O AUND. STEUES, M.D. PAUL A. STEWART, MD WILLIAM T. STEWART, M.D. BARBARA J. STOCKING, M.D. • LARRY D. STODDARD, M.D. V ERNEST M.SUSSMAN, M.D. '' • • • • TIMOTHY B. SUTHERLAND, M.D, • TODD V, SWANSON, MD. • • • /. • / • ROBERTJ. TAIT, MD, MARWAN A, TAKIYYUDDIN, M,D, ARTHUR J. TAYLOR, M.D, ':'.: ;.. • ANNETTE TEUEIRO, M.D. • • ;;• • • • • T HARRY M, THOMAS, JR, MD JAMES C. THOMAS, JR., M.D. JOSEPH P, THORNTON, M.D. LUIS A. TODD, M.D. FRED G. TOFFEL, M.D. FEREYDOON TOFIGH, M.D. • .,, -. ROSS M. TONKENS, M.D, j> • '•,•: V ...' .' GUY A. TORRES, M.D. • •;: • ,'•; -' DAVID H TOTTORI, M.D. NIKOLAOS TOUROUTOGLOU, M.D. DENISE TROPEA, D.P.M. NICHOLAS TSEUKIS, M.D. JEFFREY (SWEI) H. TSUNG, M.D. HILTRUD A. TURER, M.D. R. MARK TURNER, M.D. REBECCAJ. TYRE, M.D GREGORYS. UHL,M.0. JAMES W. VAHEY, M.D. PETER G, VAJTAI, MD. LEIGH A. VANCE. M.D. CAROL A. 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M.D. ,M.D Cekbnaing 50Years of Service to Soutbem Nevada OUTDOORS Wait to trim trees Thursday, June 26, 1997 Panorama Page 5 A special gift for the great outdoors Floating around on a pond or reservoir in Nevada while tubefishing can be very relaxing. At least until a fish decides to take your fly—at which point, it becomes nothing less than incredible. Its been awhile since I first experienced tube-fishing. I've been luck enough to get away from work on several occasions, borrow a tube, some fins and go tube-fishing with my fishing buddy, JR Hanson. JR is well-known in Southern Nevada for his dedication and devotion to the LV Fly Fishing Club. In my opinion, he's also one of the best Southern Nevada fly-fisherman. After each trip, my husband would listen to me share stories about tube-fishing and my deOUTDOORS WITH BARB O BARB HENDERSON rod and reel. There was absolutely nothing wrong with my other rod, but I'm not complaining. In fact, it seems impossible to me that anyone could own too much fishing gear. If you ever decide to try tubefishing, be safe, wear a life jacket and never go out when the weather is windy. It's always a good idea to g9 the first few times with someone with both experience and knowledge. This allows an opportunity to be properly introduced into the sport and it also works to your advantage, prior to spendmg money on equipment. -''"Sifntrprfi§hmt-'\^th4rimtrainf-~^^ this technique. For Mother's Day, my husband surprised me with fins and a tube of my own. In fact, the gift also included a new fly-fishing to JR for the memories, and extremely thankful to my husband for not buying me new cooking utensils. OUTDOOR RECREATION INFORMATION St. Jude's seeks volunteers St. Jude's Ranch for Children, in the hills above Lake Mead in Boulder City, is in need of volunteers. Father Herbert A. Ward, presidentyCEO for 27 years, said, "As we continue to serve more and more children indeed, our resources are stretched to the limit. We depend on volunteers to do many^f the tasks involved to keep the ranch running smoothly." The ranch is a safe haven of hope for children who have been abused, abandoned and neglected. Currently 46 children are in residence, six of whom live with a set of married cottage parents in an individual cottage. The children receive iintense dress the emotional trauma the children have experienced. Volunteers are needed from 8 a.m. to 4:30 a.m. Monday to Friday, to work in the mailroom opening thousands of packages containing used greeting cards for the "Born Again" card project, which recycles them into new cards, which children learn to earn. Volunteers are also needed for summer recreational craft projects. "Keeping 48 children busy and happy during the summer vacation is a huge task," said interim campus director Father Tom Gimple. "We are looking for activities to stimulate the children's minds and things that are a lot of fun," Gimple said. Additionally, data entry help is needed in the donor processing department and a clerical helper is needed in the expressive arts department. Volunteers over the age of 18, especially retirees and senior ^j3Jtiieos*.jiie.ad^d,la,ialU^Ul^ Clark, 294-7138, for more information. Henderson is Outdoor Editor of the News. If homeowners can do so, the NDOW encourages them to wait until fall to trim their trees. Every spring, thousands of active bird nests are destroyed when trees are trimmed throughout the valley. "Spring is nesting time and the trees are filled with baby birds at all stages of development. When trees are trimnxed in the spring, many nests are destroyed. Adult birds can move to another location, but baby birds cannot make diat adjustment, and simply die," said NDOW spokesman Doug Nielsen. If homeowners cannot wait to trim trees, they are encouraged to work around existing nests. It will not be long before the birds are mature enough to leave home. Iris sale June 28-2d The Las Vegas Iris Society will hold its ninth annual Iris Sale from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, June 28, and from 9 am. to 4 p.m. Sunday, June 29, at Plant World Nurseries. The locations are 1250 E. Tropicana Ave. and 5301 W. Charleston Blvd. and Dan's Plant World at 9040 S. Eastern. Members of the Iris Society will be present to answer questions about growing irises in the valley. Thegarden clubmeetsthe first Monday of the month except from June to August. For more information, call 6588622 or 255-1263. Junior Ranger programs begin Safe boating week should last all year Many of us who use the lake— either full-time or just once in awhile— don't always think about boat safety or the rules and regulations of operating a boat. Seldom do we discuss or remember what constitutes the "right of way" when two boats approach each other; or think about wearing a PFD, until we read about an accident or see a gn'oup of boaters wearing vests. We have memory lapses or we just disregard safe boating operations altogether. How many of you skippers knew we just had a National Safe BoatingWeek from May 18"24, "Sponsored by the U.S. Coast Guard? The week was set aside to help boaters focus on safe boating through education. Were you involved? As a boating column writer, I do ^et many publications an"nouncing the annual vent, but I wonder if you were aware of the BOATING WITH RAY RAYEICHER many local radio, TV and newspaper ads here in the valley that mentioned the importance of boat safety and urged you to be careful. One announcement addressed PWC skippers about wearing PFDs. "You're svmk if you don't wear a PFD," was the simple message. Another cautioned skippers about drinking and operating a boat. Heavy fines and jail time are possible if you are caught and fail the sobriet)^test. While taking to fellow skippers, they tell there has been, and will continue to be, much "on the water" fhecking this year. Take this advice seriously. Think before you drink! A safe boating week is a great promotion, but is not intended for only one week. Like Mother's Day and Father's 1 — meant to honor parents on a specific day — it is assumed you will do that every day of the year. The same applies to safe boating week. The National Park Servicepublishes statistics on a regular basis as to the number of boating accidents, arrests and fatalities on Lake Mead. Over the recent Memorial Day weekend, there were eight boating accidents— eight that were reported, to be more exact. I for one do not want to be included in such a report. How about you? This summer, and from now-on, avoid excessive use of alcohol. Act your age when driving a boat. Make certain passengers are wearing flotation vests. Have a great time on the lake, but do it in a safe way. There are more than 30,000 boats registered in Southern Nevada, but the lake • is big enough for all of us if we are courteous and obey the rules. The 4th of July is coming up, and I have always felt boaters could show a little patriotism by flying the American flag from mast or staff. What it would be if every boat would show the colors. Not just for the holiday, but every time the boats are out. It just might remind you what a great country we live in and what a great lake we have to use any time we want. The freedom to enjoy the best lake in the country. Take pride in flying the flag and be a responsible skipper. The Las Vegas Power Squadron has scheduled a safe boating class for September, date and location will appear in a f uture column. Until next time, keep your bilge dry. And practice safe boating all year. Eicher, a long-time valley resident, considers himself a part-time boater „ • .-." A. and fisherman. / ., Summer Jimior Ranger programs are again being offered for youth ages 7 to 12, at Katherine Landing on Lake Mohave in Lake Mead National Recreation Area.... J^£[ational ParkJSfindauiKilL^. hold two programs, from 9 to i 11:30 a.m. Mondayto Friday July 7-11, and from July 21-25. On Thursdays, July 10 and 24, the program will be extended to2:30p.m. so students can learn about water safety and navigation while boating on the lake. All youngsters, who musthave completed first grade, are encouraged to register. Priority will be given to children who have not previously participated. Past participants will be placed on a waiting list and selected on a space-available basis before the program begins. ^Jun}oyRaatgerc^tifkatgwill-^.>r...o-.^ be given to those who complete the week. Programs are limited to 20 participants each week. To reserve a place for either week, call Laura Seager or Robin White, (520)754-3272, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.; or write, the National Park Service, Katherine Ranger Station, Bullhead City, AZ 86429. Brian Head: Mountain bike paradise Brian Head,Utah, is one of the nation's premier mountain biking destinations with more than 100 miles of single-track trails, forest roads, pioneer trails and chair-lift services. At a 9,600-foot elevation, it is nestled in the shadow of Brian Head Peak (11,307 feet), surroimded by the Dixie National Forest. Brian Head, Cedar Breaks and Panguitch Lake are part of the Markagunt Plateau, stretching from Zion National park to the northern Tushar Mountains. The biking season generally nms from the second week of June to October, and varies according to elevation. It is a good idea to call ahead to determine seasonal conditions, according to Stephen Lane, Brian Head Resorts community director,"s heavy snow is a factor. Conditions at lower elevations near Parowan, Cedar City and Panguitch are often ridable from early spring until late fall. Average highs for July and August are about 70 degrees, while September starts to cool down slightly with Aspen trees turning gold at the end of the month. October can bring Indian summer, extending the season, or it can bring a snowstorm and early skiing. Lane said the topography is gentle. Brian Head sits on the plateau with large expanses of flat and rolling terrain. There is no need to do uphill riding if using the shuttle service. Riders can take bikes with them on a lift Tofsoine incre^ibTe~down hill runs, according to Lane. Rock cliff's around Brian Head were formed by intense volcanic activities 30 million years ago. Many trails run close enough to the plateau's edge for riders to enjoy endless views. The area provides beautiful scenery, massive redrock cliflFs and canyons, colorful sculptured rock formations, flower-filled meadows, and lush forests. The best time for vrildflowers is from late June to early August. The area's autumn colors are spectacular, said Lane. Brian Head offers more than 3,500 beds and low summer rates. Other activities include cookofFs, music festivals, fireworks displays, horseback riding and an Octoberfest. The drive tiiHe1YomLas-Vrgas is only three hours. For more activity information, call the Chamber of Commerce, (801)677-2810; or check the community home page, www. brianheadutah.com. 'Xhitdoors with Barb" Barb Henderson.: Saturday mornings ^aL9:30a.m. ^J. yKNEWS j:; • ^ AM 970 A half hour radio program highhghting the great outdoors. Be prepared when heading outdoors The Nevada Division of Wildlife reminds those enjoying the outdoors to follow the Boy Scout motto and be prepared whenever they head out, especially during period of extreme summer heat. While heat can affect anyone, newcomers to the desert may be especially vulnerable. NDOW offers the following safety guidelines for those planning even a short day trip to the desert: •Bring plenty of water, enough for several days in case of an emergency. Don't count on finding water in the desert. •File a trip plan with a responsible adult before leaving town. Tell the person when you are leaving and when you pltm to return. Include a list of who will be traveling with you—it's not a good idea to go alone. Leave a map showing the area in which you will be—just in case. •Take along a good survial kit. When putting the kit together, think in terms of shelter building, fire building and signaling for help. Don't forget a first aid kit. •Always take along extra food. True, you can live without it. But why? •Four-wheel drive vehicles give people a false sense of security. If you have doubts, don't go. If a road looks rough, and you're not sure you should go, then don't. For those times when you don't follow your own advice, don't forget your shovel. Spend a summer night listening to iXfc ^^ '^V jeatunng CBucfcfu Gharles \Jonceri y^azz Urcnesira ana/ne Miaru DioraPs C/iff-' c5/czrs FRIDAY, JUNE 27 • 8:00 P.M. Civic Center Plaza Amphitheater Adjacent to Henderson City Hall, 3 located at 200 Water Street PARKS AND RECRCATtON DKn^RTMCNT ^nattToOaUtlom Enjoy sounds of some world class jazz. So feel free to swing by ... No cover. No admission. Just Jazz. Real cool jazz. It's a world class summer in Henderson. For information on other concerts throughout thf summer caU 565-2367 ^m mvmi-ftiw^titivm mrmss:

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..page 6 Panorama Thursday, June 26, 1997 Bicyclists raise money for with disabilities Members of the Pi Kappa Phi fraternity, representing colleges and universities nationwide, recently passed through the Las Vegas valley on their combined 7,200-mile cross-country bicycle journey. The 66 college students involved in the trek make up the Journey of Hope team, all of whom are participating in an effort to raise funds and awareness for people with disabilities. The Journey of Hope will reach 22 states in 63 days. After the first week of cyccling together, the team divided in two; half headed north and half headed south. They will reunite just outside of Washington, D.C. on Aug. 9 to finish their journey together. TTie team will cycle an average of 75 miles per day, after which the members will join forces with local allied organizations to provide educational and awareness programs to the communities they visit. In addition to donating their entire summer for the journey, each team member must raise $4,000 to officially qualify for the team. The Journey of Hope program is part of PUSH America, the national outreach project of Pi Kappa Phi. ^^ CoiK<^rt to help Cancer Society Local musicians will kick off Think it Over," a concert series to benefit the American Cancer Society at 8 p.m. Friday, June 27, atNiteOwls. The evening will feature the sounds of the VooDoo Lounge, a band that pays tribute to the renowned Rolling Stones. The band impersonates many music legends, including Rod Stewart, David Bowie, Elton John, Little Richard, Grace Slick and others. Tickets are $10 and are available at the American Cancer Society, Vesely Music Company and SWAG Body Piercing. Chris Bartoli of Bartoli Brothers Production is coordinating this second year event. He started the series after his uncle was diagnosed with terminal melanoma. All series proceeds will benefit the American Cancer Society with research, education and patient services. Eight additional concerts in the series are anticipated over the next few months. For more information, call 798-6877,.., Zen I'etreat The Mojave Desert Zen Center will hold a one-day meditation retreat from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, June 28, at 226 Alpine Way, at Mount Charleston. The retreat includes meditation, discussion, formal interviews and a hosted vegetarian lunch, led by Zen Mast Ji Bong (Dr. Robert Moore), professor of music at the University of Southern California and formerly of Yale University. The cost, including the meals, is $40 for non-members of the Kwan Um School of Zen, $30 for members. The retreat is suitable for both beginners and experienced practitioners. Moore received inga, the seal of the Zen Master's approval and authorization to lead retreats and teach koan practice in 1986. In April, he received dharnia transmission and became Zen Master Ji Bong. While a professor at Yaley^he co-founded the New Haven Zen Center in Connecticut. He has been at USC since 1979, where he is chair of the graduate music department, and the guiding teiacher for six West Coast Zen centers, including the Mojave Desert Zen Center. MDZC is part of the intemational Kwan Um School of Zen, founded by Korean Zen Master Seung Sahn. The school has affiliated centers in Asia, Africa, Australia, Europe, North America and South America. The retreat will be characterized by periods of sitting meditation and formal Zen-style interviews. An afternoon dharma speech by Zen Master Ji Bong will be followed by questions and answers. The Mojave Desert Zen Center holds weekly practice meetings at the new center from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Wednesdays, 9:15 to 11 a.m. Sundays. For more information about the retreat or other activities, call Thom Pastor, 293-4222. Summer dance camp begins The Academy of Nevada Dance Theatre has begvm registration for its regular summer session and has adding a dance camp to summer activities. The camp is designed for students ages 4 to 9, and runs from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. Campers will learn ballet, jazz, and tap, character dancing, children's theater acting, singing, theatrical makeup, costuming, cheerleading, country line dancing, and Irish tap. Two remaining camp sessions will take place July 7-July 18, for campers aged 4 to 6; and July 21-Aug. 8, for campers aged 7 to 9. ANDT will also offer its regular summer class session for students ages 3 to adult and professional, June 16-Aug. 8. Classes are offered in creative dance, pre-ballet, beginning ballet, pointe, technique, mat Pilates, modem, character, primary ballet, several levels of jazz, and several levels of tap. The summer session will also feature "Gingersnap" smd "Party Scene" classes. Students may register to leam and rehearse various roles for children from The Nutcracker' TTie classes will be helpful for children interested in auditioning for Nevada Dance Theatre's annual production. For information on class times and costs, call 898-6306. a ouNSELiNG CORNER JIM&KATHLEEN GRACE SANTOR Teens and self-esteem At the beginning of family life, there were children and adults. Then there were" teenagers. As we developed from tribesman to modem man, our knowledge of how we develop has experienced phenomenal growth. Life is full of changes and these changes are felt so strongly during teen years. A child on the way to becomin|; an adult is challenged by a barrage of expectations, demands and directions from authority figures. How do the kids ever make it through this challenging and difficult • ."' passage? .... The influence of home, parents, beliefs, peers and school play a pivotal role in years prior to adult life. As • • parents, w:;.;67.99 P205/65R15 • ... :.;. v.?.69 99 P205/70R15 .. ; ,...,. • .' :.71 99 P215/70R15 ,-. .72 99 P225/70R15 74 99 80,000 MIL E WARRANTY -I, $ 43 P185;60R14 P195/60R14 P195/60R15 P205/60R15 P215/60R15 P175/70R13 ... 48 99 49 99 .49 99 51 99 .58.99 'Whn You're Ready To Get Serious' BFGoodrich 1 fires P205/70R14 P225/70R15 P215/65R15 P235/60R15 P175/70R13 .57 99 .66 99 .68.99 75 99 LT235/75fi15^e30-950R15/C ; 31-1050R15/C LT265/75B16.''D LT215/75R15 "6-3 99 .86 99 89 99 12899 $ 37 25 P205^5R15 P215/75R15 ,. P235/75R15 P235/75R15XL 30-950R15/C 31-1O50R15/C 37 25 49 75 62 25 62 25 62 25 MICHEUN BKAUSi so MUCH S HIMO ON lOU HKS; P175/70R13 x wa / XZ4 $ 62 P195/75R14XZ4 P205/75R14 XZ4 65 99' P205/75R15 XW4 67 99 P215/75R15 XW4 68 99 P235/75R15 XW4 XL 78 99 OUR 65,000 MILE WARRANTY km W\IA PLEASE CALL FO/t IVI A V 4 LOW LOW PRICES! • • M yrmmm ^?^X.ONE:sss: P205/70R14 P215/65R15 P205/70R15 P215/70R-15 ; • • .•: : P225/70R15 OC.OOO MILE WARRANTY 58 99 :61 99 58 99 61 99 66 99 P205'70R14 P225'70R15 P215 65R15 P235/60R15 .65 99 .7299 .7599 77 99 Boating course offered • NO TRADE IN REQUIRED • NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY YOUR PERSONAL CHECK WELCOME ICA'S I.AnOBST ir40Kf>BNDKNT TIRK CO. FINANCINO AVAILABI.^ orv cnKDrr The Las Vegas Power Squadron will offer a public boating course for sail and power boaters from 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesdays, from Sept. 3 to Oct. 22, at Cashman Junior High School, 4622 W. Desert Inn Road. The course will be useful to all boaters, from a fisherman in an outboard to a skipper of a family cruiser or a sailing yacht. The format includes self-study and classroom discussion. Topics include boat handling, rules of the road, docking and anchoring, plotting a course on a chart and finding a position, using a compass, trailering, weather and engine troubleshooting. The class is free, but a nominal charge for course materials can be shared by family members taking the class. Many insurance companies give a discount to those who successfuly complete the course. To register or for more information, call Clint Moore, 255-3590. PnOUDLV tCRVIMQ VOU WITH j oVfK 300 •Tonie NATIONWIDE! Tread Designs may vnry 3835 S. Maryland Pkwy Belwecr ^iar -ngc (i • • • • 'f. ASK ABOUT ouw Fr* ftmoltt09'nnt" CIKTIFICATC I HOURS : MON-FRI 3:30-6 SAT. 0:30-9 I o D3ys mw Ae cn 6565 W. Sahara Avc. iBeiAoen Riiirtcw i Jones. 4661 E. Sunset lAi ModHia Visia 6809 W. Charleston 794-4338 873-0055 435-1533 3440 Spring Mountain 350 N. Boulder Hwy 2695 S Decatur ^• • • y<-: • < Sa^aiai 3540 E. Tropicana y ppccs 876-9226 565-8874 251-3487 451-1453 I Pkwy 2640 Windmi 4431 N Rancho :vij 1 ^a^o • •o. 900 N NellisBlvd 3' 5' .1' ja 3184E Fremont 896-2033 645-5330 438-1018 457-4455 STATE Oil LOCAL TAXES AND, WHERE REQUIRED OR CHARCED.STATE ENVIRONMENTAL OR DISMSAL FEES ARE EXTRA. Sports Authority to host gun safety days All three Las Vegas Sports Authority locations will host Smith and Wesson Days, from 1 to 8 p.m. Friday, June 27. and from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, June 28. Experts will be on hand to discuss safe gun handling including tips on how to safely store and carry guns. Each store will hold a drawing for a free Smith and Wesson handgun at 3 p.m. Saturday, June 28. All laws, rules and regulations pertaining to handguns must be followed. Smith and Wesson experts will be available to answer all handgun questions, including how to choose the right handgun, what type of features are best. The event is free and open to the public. The local Sports Authority address is 1431W. Sunset Road. USA q^j^SS ROOTS^FORT TRIM GRASS AROUND SPRINKLER HEADS. THERE ARE SEVERAL WAYS lb FIND A GOOD DOCTOR... WE RECOMMEND OUR WVY. At St. Rtise Dominican Hospital, our Physician Referral Service offers a friendly voice and a state-of-the-art computer with data and information on nearly 600 primary care and specialty physicians. Our highly-trained registered nurse will help you find the diKtor who best fits your medical needs. So, whether you're new in the area, need a specialist, or just want a gotxl diKtor... give us a call weekdays from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (702) 5644508 St. Rose Dominican HOSPITAL 102 E. Lake Mead Drivt • Henderson. NV 890/5

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..page 6 Panorama Thursday, June 26, 1997 Bicyclists raise money for with disabilities Members of the Pi Kappa Phi fraternity, representing colleges and universities nationwide, recently passed through the Las Vegas valley on their combined 7,200-mile cross-country bicycle journey. The 66 college students involved in the trek make up the Journey of Hope team, all of whom are participating in an effort to raise funds and awareness for people with disabilities. The Journey of Hope will reach 22 states in 63 days. After the first week of cyccling together, the team divided in two; half headed north and half headed south. They will reunite just outside of Washington, D.C. on Aug. 9 to finish their journey together. TTie team will cycle an average of 75 miles per day, after which the members will join forces with local allied organizations to provide educational and awareness programs to the communities they visit. In addition to donating their entire summer for the journey, each team member must raise $4,000 to officially qualify for the team. The Journey of Hope program is part of PUSH America, the national outreach project of Pi Kappa Phi. ^^ CoiK<^rt to help Cancer Society Local musicians will kick off Think it Over," a concert series to benefit the American Cancer Society at 8 p.m. Friday, June 27, atNiteOwls. The evening will feature the sounds of the VooDoo Lounge, a band that pays tribute to the renowned Rolling Stones. The band impersonates many music legends, including Rod Stewart, David Bowie, Elton John, Little Richard, Grace Slick and others. Tickets are $10 and are available at the American Cancer Society, Vesely Music Company and SWAG Body Piercing. Chris Bartoli of Bartoli Brothers Production is coordinating this second year event. He started the series after his uncle was diagnosed with terminal melanoma. All series proceeds will benefit the American Cancer Society with research, education and patient services. Eight additional concerts in the series are anticipated over the next few months. For more information, call 798-6877,.., Zen I'etreat The Mojave Desert Zen Center will hold a one-day meditation retreat from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, June 28, at 226 Alpine Way, at Mount Charleston. The retreat includes meditation, discussion, formal interviews and a hosted vegetarian lunch, led by Zen Mast Ji Bong (Dr. Robert Moore), professor of music at the University of Southern California and formerly of Yale University. The cost, including the meals, is $40 for non-members of the Kwan Um School of Zen, $30 for members. The retreat is suitable for both beginners and experienced practitioners. Moore received inga, the seal of the Zen Master's approval and authorization to lead retreats and teach koan practice in 1986. In April, he received dharnia transmission and became Zen Master Ji Bong. While a professor at Yaley^he co-founded the New Haven Zen Center in Connecticut. He has been at USC since 1979, where he is chair of the graduate music department, and the guiding teiacher for six West Coast Zen centers, including the Mojave Desert Zen Center. MDZC is part of the intemational Kwan Um School of Zen, founded by Korean Zen Master Seung Sahn. The school has affiliated centers in Asia, Africa, Australia, Europe, North America and South America. The retreat will be characterized by periods of sitting meditation and formal Zen-style interviews. An afternoon dharma speech by Zen Master Ji Bong will be followed by questions and answers. The Mojave Desert Zen Center holds weekly practice meetings at the new center from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Wednesdays, 9:15 to 11 a.m. Sundays. For more information about the retreat or other activities, call Thom Pastor, 293-4222. Summer dance camp begins The Academy of Nevada Dance Theatre has begvm registration for its regular summer session and has adding a dance camp to summer activities. The camp is designed for students ages 4 to 9, and runs from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. Campers will learn ballet, jazz, and tap, character dancing, children's theater acting, singing, theatrical makeup, costuming, cheerleading, country line dancing, and Irish tap. Two remaining camp sessions will take place July 7-July 18, for campers aged 4 to 6; and July 21-Aug. 8, for campers aged 7 to 9. ANDT will also offer its regular summer class session for students ages 3 to adult and professional, June 16-Aug. 8. Classes are offered in creative dance, pre-ballet, beginning ballet, pointe, technique, mat Pilates, modem, character, primary ballet, several levels of jazz, and several levels of tap. The summer session will also feature "Gingersnap" smd "Party Scene" classes. Students may register to leam and rehearse various roles for children from The Nutcracker' TTie classes will be helpful for children interested in auditioning for Nevada Dance Theatre's annual production. For information on class times and costs, call 898-6306. a ouNSELiNG CORNER JIM&KATHLEEN GRACE SANTOR Teens and self-esteem At the beginning of family life, there were children and adults. Then there were" teenagers. As we developed from tribesman to modem man, our knowledge of how we develop has experienced phenomenal growth. Life is full of changes and these changes are felt so strongly during teen years. A child on the way to becomin|; an adult is challenged by a barrage of expectations, demands and directions from authority figures. How do the kids ever make it through this challenging and difficult • ."' passage? .... The influence of home, parents, beliefs, peers and school play a pivotal role in years prior to adult life. As • • parents, w:;.;67.99 P205/65R15 • ... :.;. v.?.69 99 P205/70R15 .. ; ,...,. • .' :.71 99 P215/70R15 ,-. .72 99 P225/70R15 74 99 80,000 MIL E WARRANTY -I, $ 43 P185;60R14 P195/60R14 P195/60R15 P205/60R15 P215/60R15 P175/70R13 ... 48 99 49 99 .49 99 51 99 .58.99 'Whn You're Ready To Get Serious' BFGoodrich 1 fires P205/70R14 P225/70R15 P215/65R15 P235/60R15 P175/70R13 .57 99 .66 99 .68.99 75 99 LT235/75fi15^e30-950R15/C ; 31-1050R15/C LT265/75B16.''D LT215/75R15 "6-3 99 .86 99 89 99 12899 $ 37 25 P205^5R15 P215/75R15 ,. P235/75R15 P235/75R15XL 30-950R15/C 31-1O50R15/C 37 25 49 75 62 25 62 25 62 25 MICHEUN BKAUSi so MUCH S HIMO ON lOU HKS; P175/70R13 x wa / XZ4 $ 62 P195/75R14XZ4 P205/75R14 XZ4 65 99' P205/75R15 XW4 67 99 P215/75R15 XW4 68 99 P235/75R15 XW4 XL 78 99 OUR 65,000 MILE WARRANTY km W\IA PLEASE CALL FO/t IVI A V 4 LOW LOW PRICES! • • M yrmmm ^?^X.ONE:sss: P205/70R14 P215/65R15 P205/70R15 P215/70R-15 ; • • .•: : P225/70R15 OC.OOO MILE WARRANTY 58 99 :61 99 58 99 61 99 66 99 P205'70R14 P225'70R15 P215 65R15 P235/60R15 .65 99 .7299 .7599 77 99 Boating course offered • NO TRADE IN REQUIRED • NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY YOUR PERSONAL CHECK WELCOME ICA'S I.AnOBST ir40Kf>BNDKNT TIRK CO. FINANCINO AVAILABI.^ orv cnKDrr The Las Vegas Power Squadron will offer a public boating course for sail and power boaters from 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesdays, from Sept. 3 to Oct. 22, at Cashman Junior High School, 4622 W. Desert Inn Road. The course will be useful to all boaters, from a fisherman in an outboard to a skipper of a family cruiser or a sailing yacht. The format includes self-study and classroom discussion. Topics include boat handling, rules of the road, docking and anchoring, plotting a course on a chart and finding a position, using a compass, trailering, weather and engine troubleshooting. The class is free, but a nominal charge for course materials can be shared by family members taking the class. Many insurance companies give a discount to those who successfuly complete the course. To register or for more information, call Clint Moore, 255-3590. PnOUDLV tCRVIMQ VOU WITH j oVfK 300 •Tonie NATIONWIDE! Tread Designs may vnry 3835 S. Maryland Pkwy Belwecr ^iar -ngc (i • • • • 'f. ASK ABOUT ouw Fr* ftmoltt09'nnt" CIKTIFICATC I HOURS : MON-FRI 3:30-6 SAT. 0:30-9 I o D3ys mw Ae cn 6565 W. Sahara Avc. iBeiAoen Riiirtcw i Jones. 4661 E. Sunset lAi ModHia Visia 6809 W. Charleston 794-4338 873-0055 435-1533 3440 Spring Mountain 350 N. Boulder Hwy 2695 S Decatur ^• • • y<-: • < Sa^aiai 3540 E. Tropicana y ppccs 876-9226 565-8874 251-3487 451-1453 I Pkwy 2640 Windmi 4431 N Rancho :vij 1 ^a^o • •o. 900 N NellisBlvd 3' 5' .1' ja 3184E Fremont 896-2033 645-5330 438-1018 457-4455 STATE Oil LOCAL TAXES AND, WHERE REQUIRED OR CHARCED.STATE ENVIRONMENTAL OR DISMSAL FEES ARE EXTRA. Sports Authority to host gun safety days All three Las Vegas Sports Authority locations will host Smith and Wesson Days, from 1 to 8 p.m. Friday, June 27. and from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, June 28. Experts will be on hand to discuss safe gun handling including tips on how to safely store and carry guns. Each store will hold a drawing for a free Smith and Wesson handgun at 3 p.m. Saturday, June 28. All laws, rules and regulations pertaining to handguns must be followed. Smith and Wesson experts will be available to answer all handgun questions, including how to choose the right handgun, what type of features are best. The event is free and open to the public. The local Sports Authority address is 1431W. Sunset Road. USA q^j^SS ROOTS^FORT TRIM GRASS AROUND SPRINKLER HEADS. THERE ARE SEVERAL WAYS lb FIND A GOOD DOCTOR... WE RECOMMEND OUR WVY. At St. Rtise Dominican Hospital, our Physician Referral Service offers a friendly voice and a state-of-the-art computer with data and information on nearly 600 primary care and specialty physicians. Our highly-trained registered nurse will help you find the diKtor who best fits your medical needs. So, whether you're new in the area, need a specialist, or just want a gotxl diKtor... give us a call weekdays from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (702) 5644508 St. Rose Dominican HOSPITAL 102 E. Lake Mead Drivt • Henderson. NV 890/5

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• >^ Pag 8 Panorama thursday, June 26, 1997 1S17 dual Independence Day recalled The citizens of Virginia City celebrated a double holiday, the 141st anniversary of America's independence and the 50th anniversary of the founding of the Virginia Miners' Union on July 3-4,1917. Planning for the festivities had begun in May and a total of $1,053.50 had been raised through a subscription by the first week in June. District Judge Charles E. Mack of Reno, a 40-year union member, had agreed to serve as Orator of the Day. Captain Harry Gosse, a Reno hotelman and a former Comstocknational guard officer, was recruited to be Grand Master of the parade. Special eates to the Comstock on the Virginia & Truckee Railroad were arranged by its general manager, S.C. Bigelow, and a number of special features were lined up. The 25-piece Carson City Band was hired for July 4 and the 16-piece Stewart Indian School Band was hired to play both days. Members of several baseball teams, including that of -the ff6vada ^§featr'Prienrwremaking contacts with the arrangements committee. Editors and civic leaders in Carson City, Sparks and Reno were boosting for the celebration. Among the many entrants for the July 4 parade were current and retired members of the miners' union—one of whom, Maurice P. Flynn, was the only charter member still living in Virginia City. Members of the Women's Relief Corps of Carson City, the Rebecca Lodge from Colfax, THIS WAS NEVADA PHILLIP I. EARL Califomia and the drum corps of the Thomas Berry Camp, United Spanish War Veterans, also contacted the parade committee, as did a group of local Indians who planned to appear in full war regalia. Teachers were to join their students, the girls carrying Japanese parasols and the boys sporting Yankee Doodle crushed hats. Each child was to carry a flag ofthe allied nations involved in the First World War going on in Europe. A children's race day was scheduled for July 3, but the members of the planning committee decided to go along with Gov. Emmet D. Boyle's request that there be no fTrewol-ks. President Woodrow Wilson had suggested that fireworks would be a "needless use" of explosive materials otherwise required for the war eflFort. of 21 to 6 and a two-reel movie, "Wild Animals at Large, or When the Menagerie Broke Loose," was shown at Pipers' Opera House for children whose parents were at the dance. Visitors by the hundreds began to arrive by automobile and on the V & T on the morning of July 3 and the parade the next day was the best ever staged on the Comstock. Led by Sheriff Thomas W. O'Connor of Storey County and Gov. Boyle and his staff, the procession was divided into three sections. Members of fraternal and sororital organizations rode in automobiles decorated with flags and patriotic bunting and members ofthe Virginia City Miners' Union, the Gold Hill Miners' Union and the Silver City Miners'Union marched. Colfax's Rebecca Lodge entered a float, as did the local Red Cross chapter, the Girls' Friendly Society, the Comstock Aerie of Eagles and the Virginia City St. Patrick's Club. The firemen of the Comstock and their motorWilliamson followed. Judge Mack took the podium, speaking ofthe benefits afforded union miners and the good relations between labor and capital on the Comstock. A union-sponsored banquet was held at National Hall after the exercises at Piper's. Some 2,000 locals and guests turned out and the baseball game between a team from the Southern Pacific shops and a prison team was well attended. That night, the Grand Anniversary Ball at Piper's capped the celebration. Earl is curator of the Nevada Historical Society in Reno. I NATIONWIDE SAFETY ^^>;SS& I I ALIGNMENT CENTER [ We do things the old fashion way. ] j We listen to and satisfy you, THE CUSTOMER.\ • Specializing in.brakes, alignments, struts, shocks, I A/C &v heating, electrical &. general repair. I We service American, Foreign and light trucks. | 30 Years in business. We also specialize in '50 '60 & 70's Come in & meet us. Bring this ad for free brake inspection, tire rotation & balancing. • Member of the Better Business Bureau.! I 1540 N. Boulder Hwy., Henderson I (702) 565-4887 I_._._____ _.^_, Young boys who had already -^ecttredfirea^tkers^ndTtsdcetr--^*^--*^'-'^^^*^-^-'^^ went ahead with their own inrepresented, formal celebration of the nation's Local Paiutes, stripped to the natal day, however. The children's racers began on C Street at 1 p.m. July 3, and the Stewart Indian School Band put on a concert early in the evening and later played for a Red Cross benefit dance t National Hall. A six-piece Virginia City orchestra also played for the dance. The baseball team from the Southern Pacific shops in Sparks defeated a prison team by a score waist, painted up and carrying a large American flag also impressed the crowd. Following the parade, formal exercises were held at Piper's. Charles L. Murphy, President of the Virginia Miners Union, opened the proceedings with an account of the history of the union. A song, "My Own United States," by Beth Mahoney and a reading of the Declaration of Independence by Thomas PEPPERMILLS CASINO r*e*rtsV^tnJs^j;=!a $200 A DAY CASH GIVEAWAY DAIIY RAWINe$ mi lsl-2f Ih, 1997 (RAWINO TIME :M ra SEE POSTED FLYERS FOR DETAILS. FREE DAILY REGISTRATION W/ S.S. CARD. -^ PLAY OUR NEW GAMES ^ Nevada Historical Society jDhotograph The Carson Indian School Band took part in Virginia City's 1917 Independence Day celebration REEL EM IN POLY & ROGER BEErZERK TREASURE QUEST ^ FLUSH FEVER SUNDAY'S EARLY DINNER SPECIALS JULY6TH CHICKEN FETTUCCINE $4.25 JULY13TH CHEF SALAD $3.75 WHERE THE LOCALS PLAY & WIN' RAINBOW CLUB CASINO 122 WATER ST. HENDERSON, NV. 565-9777 m^mammf^m^ "^r^ • ^^^*^^.^ Lonely. Used. Betrayed. Victims of Total Voice Dialing Fortunately, your life will be so easy, you won't notice your phone buttons'plight. See, with Total Voice Dialing from Sprint, you can dial up to 25 phone numbers simply by speaking a word or phrase into your phone. You also get access to 10 calling features, like Repeat Dial, all voice-activated and button-free. So please, for the buttons' sake, use them one last time Dial 244-7400—24 hours a day, 7 days a weak—to onhr Total oica Dialing from Sprint and gat your Rrst Month FREE m. Strvict (viiliMi m most iraii. wicWMmmn >.in tmmftitttm tm^ c C w>i • IIMCrp M —i M yfmitmrmt wmvspniitconi • • ".^'v...^^. f Thursday, June 26,1997 Panorwna Pag* 9 Logandale to host family fun The Logandale Fairgrounds will present the Sagebrush Special family fun night on Friday and Saturday. The air-conditioned theater will host attractions and activities for the wholefemily, starting at 6:30 p.m. with a barbecue steak or chicken dinner. The show will begin at 8 p.m. with John Encino and the Full House Band; vocalist Maida Shinn, cowboy poet Mike Prince, trick roper, gun spinner and whip cracker; wagon rides and Preston Cole and Peggy Ruesch. Tickets are $25 and may be purchased at any Ticketmaster location. To charge by phone, call 474-400. Camp Mariposa set next month The Lee Canyon Youth Camp atMt. Charleston will host Camp Mariposa July 25-27, with special activities for children who have experienced the death of a loved one. For children ages 6 to 12, the camp features arts and crafts, "ttattrre"irialks"fiiid"r'ine^^ campfire. Guided by a professional staff, the children are encouraged to participate in the fun but are allowed the option to discuss fears and grief The cost for the camp is $75 per child, and "camperships" have been made available through local sponsors in order to assist financial difficulties. For information and registration, call Dee King at Nathan Adelson Hospice, 796-3140. Amateur Radio Field Day Saturday at Sunset Paric The Frontier Amateur Radio Society and the Las Vegas Radio Amateur Club are combining resources to hold Field Day in Section F of Sunset Park Saturday. The event is part of a nationwide exercise in whic^^amateur radio operators set up radio stations and antennae and operate for 24 hours independent —of commercial power; The activities are to prepare volunteers who help to provide communications in the first few critical days of an emergency such as a flood. Inthemanyfloodsthroughout the nation this year, amateur radio operators have been on the scene assisting emergency crews when communication lines are down. Visitors are welcome to observe the exercises, and nonmember operators are invited to participate. For more information, contact Leona Wallace, 247-6450.^^^-^ National Guard seeks mentors The Nevada National Guard is recruiting for participatants in the"Friends For Life" program, a part of the Nevada National Guard Drug Demand Reduction program. The program promotes a drugfree lifestyle for children. "Friends For Life" provides positive role models for youth through a mentorship program. Mentors visit one of Clark County's elementary schools for one hour each week. Individuals interested in joining the mentorship program should call Lt Keith Alfeiri, 3855058. While The weather's nice, the kids are out of school and you've got a little extra money in the bank — sounds like a good time for a vacation. Before you throw on your shorts, pack the suntan lotion and head out the door, be sure your house and valuables will be safe while you are goiie. Burglaries increase during Music, fireworks at Hills Park Astar-spangled celebration of music and fireworks will highlight a performance by the Nevada Symphony Orchestra at 7:30 p.m. Friday, July 4, at the Hills Park in Summerlin. Gates will open at 5 p.m. Conducted by Boris Brott, the concert will feature a fireworks celebration at 9 p.m. choreographed to a patriotic Pops program. It is held in association with the Las Vegas Firefighters, Summerlin and Columbia Sunrise Mountain View Hospital. Tina Walsh of EFX will be guest soloist. Tickets are available at all Ticketmaster locations and at the gate the day ofthe performance. Prices are $15 for general admission lawn seating, and $45 for cabaret reserved seats, including a buffet dinner and beverage. Specialty foods will be available for purchase by all concertgoers. Childcare will be available for children ages 3-8 at Li'l Scholar Child Care, across from the park. Advance registration for childcare is required, and limited space is available. To reserve space, call 256-5300. Upcoming concerts by the Nevada Symphony Orchestra will include "The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Friends" on Aug. 2, and "Gershwin!" on Sept. 5, also at Hills Park. summer months because millions of houses are left empty while occupants are on vacation. The Western Insurance Information Service offers tips on ways to make your home vacation-safe while you are away. Thieves most often strike when no one is home. Before you leave town, make your house look lived in. WIIS juggests the following steps: •Put a few lights and a television or radio on automatic timers at random intervals; •Lower the volume on telephone ringers and answering machines; • Lock all windows and doors; •Stop mail and newspaper delivery or have a neighbor pick them up daily and; •Leave a car parked in the driveway. As a general rule, bushes bors, including: departure and return dates, where you can be reached while away, names of anyone with keys who may come to your home and an emergency contact WHS is a non-profit, non-lobbying consumer education and media relations organization AS a general luio, uuo.. aroundthehouse should be small supported by the property and and trimmed to eliminate any casualty industry. Spokespeople possible hiding places for thieves, Also, have a porch or driveway light timed to turn on automatically each night. ^„ It is a good idea to leave vacation information with neighare available in California and Nevada to discuss this and other safety, liability and insurance issues. Additional insurance in* formation may also be found on the WHS website, www. wiis. org. St. Jude's volunteers sought St. Jude's Ranch for Children, in Boulder City, is in need of volimteers. Father Herbert A Ward, Jr., president/CEO of St. Jude's for 27 years, said "as we continue to serve more and more children in need, our resources are stretched to the limit. We depend on volunteers to do many of the tasks involved to keep the Ranch running smoothly." St. Jude's Ranch for Children is a safe haven of hope for children who have been abused, abandoned and neglected. Currently, 48 children live there. Six children live with a set of married cottage ^parents in an individual cottage. Children receive intense therapy and counseling to address the emotional trauma they have experienced. Volunteers are needed on a daily basis, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday, to work m the mailroom opening thousands of packages containing used greeting cards for the "Bom Again" card project, which are recycled into new cards by the children. Volunteers are alsoneeded for summer recreational craft projects. "Keeping 48 children busy and happy during the summer vacation is a huge task," said FatherTom Gimple, interim campus director. "We are looking for activities to stimulate the children's minds and things that are a lot of fun," Gimple said. Data entry help is needed in the donor processing department and a clerical helper is needed in the expressive arts department. Volunteers over age 18 and retirees/senior citizens, should call Milh Clark, 294-7138, for more information. Hot tips for cool summer Staying cool at home is a challenge during Henderson's long hot summers. So is dealing with high electric bills. Ron Bishop, president of Bi shop Air Service in Henderson, suggests these cool habits for summer comfort and energy savings; •Bring the outside in. On nice breezy evenings, turn the cooling system off. Open doors and windows on the opposite sides ofthe home for cross-ventilation with fresh (and free) air. •Don't let a cooler evaporate your money. Proper maintenance is especially important for evaporative coolers and precoolers. Clean and replace cooling pads frequently. •FANtastic breeze. An ordinary fan will keep air moving and uses less energy than central air conditioning. Use a properlysized room unit to suitneeds and lifestyles by cooling only where and when needed. •Cooling equipment detail. It's important to replace filters, clean dirt and debris from outside condensers, and to have a trained service person perform an annual check-up just before the cooling season begins. This reduces operating costs and prolongs the life of equipment. If neglected, a gradual lowering of efficiency adds to operating costs. •Block the sun with drapes and shades to keep the sun's heat out of any room to be cooled. The use of sun screens or window shades can make a big diflFerence in utility bills. •Beat the heat. When outdoor temperatures are especially high, reduce activities that generate heat and humidity such as cooking, bathing, laundering, and dishwashing. experience the valle/s premier health S fitness clubf^rRBBi Come in to Green Valley Athletic Club end sign .yEJo[,5Jlfi„S!l^JS9!-JJ!6j^J^''*'^ at you leisure and you'll soon see wtiy GVACls thebwT healtti and fitness club in Las Vegas. And, wtien you see tiow affordable it Is to become a member, p you'll wonder wtiy you 1^ waited so long. Join now, and get a discount at Camp GVAC, ttie summer camp every kid wants to belong to. 454-fiOOO • ii' ill • SUNSET nOM^ QRHN VALLEY GREEN VALLEY ATHLETIC CLUB ^2100 Olympic Avenue Henderson, Nevada 89014 Th (HIV oood 'f non-fnombera only. Mtat be 21 M oMw. Uia o( tennii coirn and 0*0 cae not included Rocqueltjoi/jquosh courti nxiy requirs rasefvottom. Not valid witti any oihei oe(. Though not anticipated. mcragemeot reserves trie dght to modNy a cancel tta promotion at any ime. .Rice. JUNE IS^^BUSTIN' OUT ALL OVER! NO UTAH SALE TAX FOR NEVADA RESIDENTS! #8979 • HB38 1997 TOYOTA TERCEL 5 speed, air, and more! '12,497 +$500 Cash Back on *5.9% Financing 5.8% 48 Mo. OAC 1997 TOYOTA COROLLA CE, power window and locks. MSRP $15,438 Discount 1,728 1997 TOYOTA CAMRY CE, full power, cruise, spoiler, A/C, much more! MSRP $20,754 Discount 2.092 prtcM 8,662 Pric.n3,710 Financial aid scam warning issued College-bound Southern Nevada students should be aware of financial aid scams taking place across the country, said Judy Belanger, director of financial aid at UNLV. Belanger said the federal government is taking steps to crack down on unscrupulous companies, but many unethical firms still are in operation. Those considering dealing with a sAolarship service should first check with the Federal Trade Commission, Belanger said. The FTC can be reached at 415-356-5270, or on the web, www.flc.gov. Free scholarship information is available on the web — www.finaid.org — as well as at public hbraries, high school counseling offices, and university and college financial aid offices, she said. For more infonnation, call Belanger, 895-3424. •8793 1997 TOYOTA T-lOO XTRACAB Deluxe 5 speed, air, full power, much more! MSRP $21,099 Discount 2,466 1997 TOYOTA TACOMA Automatic, air^ower steering, all weather guard chrome package, and much more! MSRP $14,168 Discount 2.171 pric,M8,633 'p,ic,*11,997 YOU'RE IN TOYOTA TERRITORY I 'er TOYOTA 1700 SOUTH HILTON 1-800-451-8384 ST GEORGE, UTAH '^^*W rrjar^re mi^r^^^^^ :^ ^ruv T;ffw;iTwriWK'Tii" i^

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• >^ Pag 8 Panorama thursday, June 26, 1997 1S17 dual Independence Day recalled The citizens of Virginia City celebrated a double holiday, the 141st anniversary of America's independence and the 50th anniversary of the founding of the Virginia Miners' Union on July 3-4,1917. Planning for the festivities had begun in May and a total of $1,053.50 had been raised through a subscription by the first week in June. District Judge Charles E. Mack of Reno, a 40-year union member, had agreed to serve as Orator of the Day. Captain Harry Gosse, a Reno hotelman and a former Comstocknational guard officer, was recruited to be Grand Master of the parade. Special eates to the Comstock on the Virginia & Truckee Railroad were arranged by its general manager, S.C. Bigelow, and a number of special features were lined up. The 25-piece Carson City Band was hired for July 4 and the 16-piece Stewart Indian School Band was hired to play both days. Members of several baseball teams, including that of -the ff6vada ^§featr'Prienrwremaking contacts with the arrangements committee. Editors and civic leaders in Carson City, Sparks and Reno were boosting for the celebration. Among the many entrants for the July 4 parade were current and retired members of the miners' union—one of whom, Maurice P. Flynn, was the only charter member still living in Virginia City. Members of the Women's Relief Corps of Carson City, the Rebecca Lodge from Colfax, THIS WAS NEVADA PHILLIP I. EARL Califomia and the drum corps of the Thomas Berry Camp, United Spanish War Veterans, also contacted the parade committee, as did a group of local Indians who planned to appear in full war regalia. Teachers were to join their students, the girls carrying Japanese parasols and the boys sporting Yankee Doodle crushed hats. Each child was to carry a flag ofthe allied nations involved in the First World War going on in Europe. A children's race day was scheduled for July 3, but the members of the planning committee decided to go along with Gov. Emmet D. Boyle's request that there be no fTrewol-ks. President Woodrow Wilson had suggested that fireworks would be a "needless use" of explosive materials otherwise required for the war eflFort. of 21 to 6 and a two-reel movie, "Wild Animals at Large, or When the Menagerie Broke Loose," was shown at Pipers' Opera House for children whose parents were at the dance. Visitors by the hundreds began to arrive by automobile and on the V & T on the morning of July 3 and the parade the next day was the best ever staged on the Comstock. Led by Sheriff Thomas W. O'Connor of Storey County and Gov. Boyle and his staff, the procession was divided into three sections. Members of fraternal and sororital organizations rode in automobiles decorated with flags and patriotic bunting and members ofthe Virginia City Miners' Union, the Gold Hill Miners' Union and the Silver City Miners'Union marched. Colfax's Rebecca Lodge entered a float, as did the local Red Cross chapter, the Girls' Friendly Society, the Comstock Aerie of Eagles and the Virginia City St. Patrick's Club. The firemen of the Comstock and their motorWilliamson followed. Judge Mack took the podium, speaking ofthe benefits afforded union miners and the good relations between labor and capital on the Comstock. A union-sponsored banquet was held at National Hall after the exercises at Piper's. Some 2,000 locals and guests turned out and the baseball game between a team from the Southern Pacific shops and a prison team was well attended. That night, the Grand Anniversary Ball at Piper's capped the celebration. Earl is curator of the Nevada Historical Society in Reno. I NATIONWIDE SAFETY ^^>;SS& I I ALIGNMENT CENTER [ We do things the old fashion way. ] j We listen to and satisfy you, THE CUSTOMER.\ • Specializing in.brakes, alignments, struts, shocks, I A/C &v heating, electrical &. general repair. I We service American, Foreign and light trucks. | 30 Years in business. We also specialize in '50 '60 & 70's Come in & meet us. Bring this ad for free brake inspection, tire rotation & balancing. • Member of the Better Business Bureau.! I 1540 N. Boulder Hwy., Henderson I (702) 565-4887 I_._._____ _.^_, Young boys who had already -^ecttredfirea^tkers^ndTtsdcetr--^*^--*^'-'^^^*^-^-'^^ went ahead with their own inrepresented, formal celebration of the nation's Local Paiutes, stripped to the natal day, however. The children's racers began on C Street at 1 p.m. July 3, and the Stewart Indian School Band put on a concert early in the evening and later played for a Red Cross benefit dance t National Hall. A six-piece Virginia City orchestra also played for the dance. The baseball team from the Southern Pacific shops in Sparks defeated a prison team by a score waist, painted up and carrying a large American flag also impressed the crowd. Following the parade, formal exercises were held at Piper's. Charles L. Murphy, President of the Virginia Miners Union, opened the proceedings with an account of the history of the union. A song, "My Own United States," by Beth Mahoney and a reading of the Declaration of Independence by Thomas PEPPERMILLS CASINO r*e*rtsV^tnJs^j;=!a $200 A DAY CASH GIVEAWAY DAIIY RAWINe$ mi lsl-2f Ih, 1997 (RAWINO TIME :M ra SEE POSTED FLYERS FOR DETAILS. FREE DAILY REGISTRATION W/ S.S. CARD. -^ PLAY OUR NEW GAMES ^ Nevada Historical Society jDhotograph The Carson Indian School Band took part in Virginia City's 1917 Independence Day celebration REEL EM IN POLY & ROGER BEErZERK TREASURE QUEST ^ FLUSH FEVER SUNDAY'S EARLY DINNER SPECIALS JULY6TH CHICKEN FETTUCCINE $4.25 JULY13TH CHEF SALAD $3.75 WHERE THE LOCALS PLAY & WIN' RAINBOW CLUB CASINO 122 WATER ST. HENDERSON, NV. 565-9777 m^mammf^m^ "^r^ • ^^^*^^.^ Lonely. Used. Betrayed. Victims of Total Voice Dialing Fortunately, your life will be so easy, you won't notice your phone buttons'plight. See, with Total Voice Dialing from Sprint, you can dial up to 25 phone numbers simply by speaking a word or phrase into your phone. You also get access to 10 calling features, like Repeat Dial, all voice-activated and button-free. So please, for the buttons' sake, use them one last time Dial 244-7400—24 hours a day, 7 days a weak—to onhr Total oica Dialing from Sprint and gat your Rrst Month FREE m. Strvict (viiliMi m most iraii. wicWMmmn >.in tmmftitttm tm^ c C w>i • IIMCrp M —i M yfmitmrmt wmvspniitconi • • ".^'v...^^. f Thursday, June 26,1997 Panorwna Pag* 9 Logandale to host family fun The Logandale Fairgrounds will present the Sagebrush Special family fun night on Friday and Saturday. The air-conditioned theater will host attractions and activities for the wholefemily, starting at 6:30 p.m. with a barbecue steak or chicken dinner. The show will begin at 8 p.m. with John Encino and the Full House Band; vocalist Maida Shinn, cowboy poet Mike Prince, trick roper, gun spinner and whip cracker; wagon rides and Preston Cole and Peggy Ruesch. Tickets are $25 and may be purchased at any Ticketmaster location. To charge by phone, call 474-400. Camp Mariposa set next month The Lee Canyon Youth Camp atMt. Charleston will host Camp Mariposa July 25-27, with special activities for children who have experienced the death of a loved one. For children ages 6 to 12, the camp features arts and crafts, "ttattrre"irialks"fiiid"r'ine^^ campfire. Guided by a professional staff, the children are encouraged to participate in the fun but are allowed the option to discuss fears and grief The cost for the camp is $75 per child, and "camperships" have been made available through local sponsors in order to assist financial difficulties. For information and registration, call Dee King at Nathan Adelson Hospice, 796-3140. Amateur Radio Field Day Saturday at Sunset Paric The Frontier Amateur Radio Society and the Las Vegas Radio Amateur Club are combining resources to hold Field Day in Section F of Sunset Park Saturday. The event is part of a nationwide exercise in whic^^amateur radio operators set up radio stations and antennae and operate for 24 hours independent —of commercial power; The activities are to prepare volunteers who help to provide communications in the first few critical days of an emergency such as a flood. Inthemanyfloodsthroughout the nation this year, amateur radio operators have been on the scene assisting emergency crews when communication lines are down. Visitors are welcome to observe the exercises, and nonmember operators are invited to participate. For more information, contact Leona Wallace, 247-6450.^^^-^ National Guard seeks mentors The Nevada National Guard is recruiting for participatants in the"Friends For Life" program, a part of the Nevada National Guard Drug Demand Reduction program. The program promotes a drugfree lifestyle for children. "Friends For Life" provides positive role models for youth through a mentorship program. Mentors visit one of Clark County's elementary schools for one hour each week. Individuals interested in joining the mentorship program should call Lt Keith Alfeiri, 3855058. While The weather's nice, the kids are out of school and you've got a little extra money in the bank — sounds like a good time for a vacation. Before you throw on your shorts, pack the suntan lotion and head out the door, be sure your house and valuables will be safe while you are goiie. Burglaries increase during Music, fireworks at Hills Park Astar-spangled celebration of music and fireworks will highlight a performance by the Nevada Symphony Orchestra at 7:30 p.m. Friday, July 4, at the Hills Park in Summerlin. Gates will open at 5 p.m. Conducted by Boris Brott, the concert will feature a fireworks celebration at 9 p.m. choreographed to a patriotic Pops program. It is held in association with the Las Vegas Firefighters, Summerlin and Columbia Sunrise Mountain View Hospital. Tina Walsh of EFX will be guest soloist. Tickets are available at all Ticketmaster locations and at the gate the day ofthe performance. Prices are $15 for general admission lawn seating, and $45 for cabaret reserved seats, including a buffet dinner and beverage. Specialty foods will be available for purchase by all concertgoers. Childcare will be available for children ages 3-8 at Li'l Scholar Child Care, across from the park. Advance registration for childcare is required, and limited space is available. To reserve space, call 256-5300. Upcoming concerts by the Nevada Symphony Orchestra will include "The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Friends" on Aug. 2, and "Gershwin!" on Sept. 5, also at Hills Park. summer months because millions of houses are left empty while occupants are on vacation. The Western Insurance Information Service offers tips on ways to make your home vacation-safe while you are away. Thieves most often strike when no one is home. Before you leave town, make your house look lived in. WIIS juggests the following steps: •Put a few lights and a television or radio on automatic timers at random intervals; •Lower the volume on telephone ringers and answering machines; • Lock all windows and doors; •Stop mail and newspaper delivery or have a neighbor pick them up daily and; •Leave a car parked in the driveway. As a general rule, bushes bors, including: departure and return dates, where you can be reached while away, names of anyone with keys who may come to your home and an emergency contact WHS is a non-profit, non-lobbying consumer education and media relations organization AS a general luio, uuo.. aroundthehouse should be small supported by the property and and trimmed to eliminate any casualty industry. Spokespeople possible hiding places for thieves, Also, have a porch or driveway light timed to turn on automatically each night. ^„ It is a good idea to leave vacation information with neighare available in California and Nevada to discuss this and other safety, liability and insurance issues. Additional insurance in* formation may also be found on the WHS website, www. wiis. org. St. Jude's volunteers sought St. Jude's Ranch for Children, in Boulder City, is in need of volimteers. Father Herbert A Ward, Jr., president/CEO of St. Jude's for 27 years, said "as we continue to serve more and more children in need, our resources are stretched to the limit. We depend on volunteers to do many of the tasks involved to keep the Ranch running smoothly." St. Jude's Ranch for Children is a safe haven of hope for children who have been abused, abandoned and neglected. Currently, 48 children live there. Six children live with a set of married cottage ^parents in an individual cottage. Children receive intense therapy and counseling to address the emotional trauma they have experienced. Volunteers are needed on a daily basis, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday, to work m the mailroom opening thousands of packages containing used greeting cards for the "Bom Again" card project, which are recycled into new cards by the children. Volunteers are alsoneeded for summer recreational craft projects. "Keeping 48 children busy and happy during the summer vacation is a huge task," said FatherTom Gimple, interim campus director. "We are looking for activities to stimulate the children's minds and things that are a lot of fun," Gimple said. Data entry help is needed in the donor processing department and a clerical helper is needed in the expressive arts department. Volunteers over age 18 and retirees/senior citizens, should call Milh Clark, 294-7138, for more information. Hot tips for cool summer Staying cool at home is a challenge during Henderson's long hot summers. So is dealing with high electric bills. Ron Bishop, president of Bi shop Air Service in Henderson, suggests these cool habits for summer comfort and energy savings; •Bring the outside in. On nice breezy evenings, turn the cooling system off. Open doors and windows on the opposite sides ofthe home for cross-ventilation with fresh (and free) air. •Don't let a cooler evaporate your money. Proper maintenance is especially important for evaporative coolers and precoolers. Clean and replace cooling pads frequently. •FANtastic breeze. An ordinary fan will keep air moving and uses less energy than central air conditioning. Use a properlysized room unit to suitneeds and lifestyles by cooling only where and when needed. •Cooling equipment detail. It's important to replace filters, clean dirt and debris from outside condensers, and to have a trained service person perform an annual check-up just before the cooling season begins. This reduces operating costs and prolongs the life of equipment. If neglected, a gradual lowering of efficiency adds to operating costs. •Block the sun with drapes and shades to keep the sun's heat out of any room to be cooled. The use of sun screens or window shades can make a big diflFerence in utility bills. •Beat the heat. When outdoor temperatures are especially high, reduce activities that generate heat and humidity such as cooking, bathing, laundering, and dishwashing. experience the valle/s premier health S fitness clubf^rRBBi Come in to Green Valley Athletic Club end sign .yEJo[,5Jlfi„S!l^JS9!-JJ!6j^J^''*'^ at you leisure and you'll soon see wtiy GVACls thebwT healtti and fitness club in Las Vegas. And, wtien you see tiow affordable it Is to become a member, p you'll wonder wtiy you 1^ waited so long. Join now, and get a discount at Camp GVAC, ttie summer camp every kid wants to belong to. 454-fiOOO • ii' ill • SUNSET nOM^ QRHN VALLEY GREEN VALLEY ATHLETIC CLUB ^2100 Olympic Avenue Henderson, Nevada 89014 Th (HIV oood 'f non-fnombera only. Mtat be 21 M oMw. Uia o( tennii coirn and 0*0 cae not included Rocqueltjoi/jquosh courti nxiy requirs rasefvottom. Not valid witti any oihei oe(. Though not anticipated. mcragemeot reserves trie dght to modNy a cancel tta promotion at any ime. .Rice. JUNE IS^^BUSTIN' OUT ALL OVER! NO UTAH SALE TAX FOR NEVADA RESIDENTS! #8979 • HB38 1997 TOYOTA TERCEL 5 speed, air, and more! '12,497 +$500 Cash Back on *5.9% Financing 5.8% 48 Mo. OAC 1997 TOYOTA COROLLA CE, power window and locks. MSRP $15,438 Discount 1,728 1997 TOYOTA CAMRY CE, full power, cruise, spoiler, A/C, much more! MSRP $20,754 Discount 2.092 prtcM 8,662 Pric.n3,710 Financial aid scam warning issued College-bound Southern Nevada students should be aware of financial aid scams taking place across the country, said Judy Belanger, director of financial aid at UNLV. Belanger said the federal government is taking steps to crack down on unscrupulous companies, but many unethical firms still are in operation. Those considering dealing with a sAolarship service should first check with the Federal Trade Commission, Belanger said. The FTC can be reached at 415-356-5270, or on the web, www.flc.gov. Free scholarship information is available on the web — www.finaid.org — as well as at public hbraries, high school counseling offices, and university and college financial aid offices, she said. For more infonnation, call Belanger, 895-3424. •8793 1997 TOYOTA T-lOO XTRACAB Deluxe 5 speed, air, full power, much more! MSRP $21,099 Discount 2,466 1997 TOYOTA TACOMA Automatic, air^ower steering, all weather guard chrome package, and much more! MSRP $14,168 Discount 2.171 pric,M8,633 'p,ic,*11,997 YOU'RE IN TOYOTA TERRITORY I 'er TOYOTA 1700 SOUTH HILTON 1-800-451-8384 ST GEORGE, UTAH '^^*W rrjar^re mi^r^^^^^ :^ ^ruv T;ffw;iTwriWK'Tii" i^

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mmm • k • -^^-:.-^J Page 10 Panorama Thursday, June 26, 1997 Thursday, June 26, 1997 Panorama Page 11 CHRIST LUTHERAN CHURCH 1401 FIFTH STREET BOULDER CITY, NV 293-4332 Saturday Country Western Worship 5:00 p.m. Sunday TraditioTwl Worship 9:00 a.m. Sunday School and Adult Bible Study 10:15 a.m. St. Matthews Episcopal Church The Working Church Saturday Evening Mass 5:30 pm Sunday Mass 9:45 am Church School During Sunday Mass Nursery Available 4709 S. Nellis Blvd. 451-2483 2 Blocks North of Tropkana on Nells t St. Peter's Catholic Church 204 S. Boulder Hwy. MASS SCHEDULE: Sat: 5 p.m. Sun: 8 am & 10 am 11:30 am 5 pm Confessions: Sat. 4 to 4:30 CALVARY c^ CHAPEL ofHKNDERSON 600 Sunset Kit. (.Sunsci l'l;i/;i) Sunday lOAM Wcdncsdu\ Nighi 7PM Call for other Service limes 45/)-3619 Pastor Chuck Tretl • Ihiu^ the i'amilyH "Thy ward have I Ireiisimil in my hnirl liuil I mi.vhl iinl sin uniiiiiil ihfC. You are always welcome at Boulder City Assembly of God Church FAITH CHRISTIAN CHURCH WFDNFSnAY SrHFniJI F Praise and Prayer...7:00 PM MINnAY WORSHIP SrHFniII F Sunday School of the Bible...9:00 AM Worship Service... 10:00 AM Meeting at: 7th 8L Utah (next to 7-11) 293-2400 or 293-0620 Duane Jordan, Pastor Always Bible centered preaching and ux>rship •Worship10:00 a.m. Hymns, Sing-A-Long /Ice Cream Social Sunday. June 22 6:30 p.m. > Nursery Care • 9:45 • 11:00 a.m. 1100 Buchanan Boulder City • 293-2454 VISITORS EXPECTED Hcv. Robl. Tcdrow, Pastor "The Church On The Hll 711 Valle Verde Ct.. Henderson, NV 454-2722 Gary A. MoreficlcJ Senior Pastor Green Valley Christian Center Sunday Schedule Morning Worship iV • • 15-11 ;15 AM & 6:00 PM Childrens Church: 8:45-11:15 AM Sunday School: 10:15 AM Evening Worship: 6:00 PM Wednesday: Family Night 700 PM Thursday: Youth Group (7-12). 6:45 PM ^HRISnAN A FOURSQUARE CHURCH 571 Adams Blvd. Boulder City 293-7773 Sunday Worship 10:00 am Home of Christian Center School and Day Care Center NEW LOCATION Pastors Bill & Nona Toller cMi'iid .1 personal iiuil.ilion lo sh.ire in God's Love & Power .Siuu/di I/:0t (i.m. ,V7:1)0 p.m. • Wcdnesdoy 7:00 p.w. 370 E. Windmill Lane -r miiow /I ziii 260-4777 Slwkkaiar IMMiy Sanica rmmf SlwkkM Praaran CMMrca'i Prnniu Ja*lc CartdmoM BK/DM nitnah Hcbcnr Hlf h MM CdKallM MIDBAR KODESH A COnSCRVATIVC COnORCQATIOn rUTUREHOfC l.\, QREEM VALLEY RAMCH 6000 S. Caslctn AKC Sylte 3B, '. : Ui Vegu. nV 89119 (702798-4510 fHlGHLANraiLLS 615 College Drive • Henderson • 566-0200 Sunday Worship Services: '. 8:30 am. 11:00 am, 6:00 pm Come Join us Sunday 1 / We Care About You and Your Farrnly! Celebrate .lesii.s at... Dynamic Drama, Music and Message! Currently meeting at: Community College of Southern Nevada 700 College Drive, Henderson Sundays 10AM Call 2634661 for more information TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM EstabUshed 1947 The Largest Congregation in Nevada Affliliated with United Synagogue ol Conservative Judaism ^UR MEMBERSHIP IS OPEN, ^ ^ • COME GROW WITH US!!! ^ 1600 EattOokay Blvd. • Lot V*gaf, Nevada • 384-S070 THi^AtV/^ON^ ARMYCOMMUNITY CENTER A Center For Worship and Service! 830 E. Lake Mead Dr., Henderson, NV (702)565-9578 Sunday Worship Services: II am & 6pm Sunday School For All Ages: 9:30 am Bible Study Each Thursday: 6 pm St. Thomas More Catholic Community 130 n. Fecos Rd, Meiidersoti, 361-3022 Our Mass Schedule In Our — — pl> i NEW CHURCH! .' • Saturday Confession: 5:^0 p.pi. to 4:00 p.m. Saturday Vitjil Mass: 4::^() p.m. Sunday Masses: 8:00 a.iii,, 10:00 a.m., & 12:00 p.m. Daily Mass: 8:30 a.m. (Monday through Friday) OUR SAVIORS LUTHERAN CHURCH Holding Forth the Word of Life... Philippians 2:16 Sunday School 9 am Adult Bible Class 9 am Sunday Worship 8 & 10:45 am Pastor Bruning 59 Lynn Ln., Henderson 565-9154 Growing together in the grace of our Lord Jesus RELIGIOUS SCIENCE CHURCH of LAS VEGAS 4820 Alpine PI., Ste. ElOl Las Vegas, NV 89107 258-5683 Wednesday 7:00 PM Sunday 9AM & 10:30AM Rev. Sheila Weldon TlrrFanl^irCttarisinatic Episcopal Church 1661 Qalleria DR -.260-0126 (White Middle School, llciiderson) ^ SUNDAY WORSHIP 10AM Fattier David Hoff • Father Charles Coleman To list your congregation call Goldie at 435-7700 • ^ • ^ • ^ SUNRISE COMMUNITY CHURCH Meeting at Neyv Location in "The Gift Basket" ; T43. Water St., Henderson ^^. | REV. JIM HAMILTON, PASTOR '" 737-5219 Sunday Worship 10am Conne and let us help make your life work for you CHURCH IN THE DE SERT Satuiddu Eves. 6 p.m. 2()f)() Waverly Circle Henderson f^* %v SOUTHERN BAPTIST CHURCH 240 S. Cholla St. • Henderson, NV 89015 (702) 565-6072 You're Invited! Sunday Worship Services: 8:30 a.m. 9:45 a.m. 11:00 a.m. 6:00 pm Call for more Info. 434-0108 Pastor Rene Josepti Hu i-j COMMUNITY BAPTIST CHURCH 245 E. Foster Ave. • Henderson, NV 89009 Reverend Sam Roberson.Pastor/Teacfier ^^HttHJH^ ''.' SUNDAY: Sunday School 9:30 a.m. ^^^^^ Morning Service 11:00 a.m. ^^^^K Evening Service 7:00 p.m. ^^^H MONDAY: £vagelism Classes 7:00 p.m. ^^^^K TUESDAY: Theology Classes 7:00 p.m. ^1^^^^ WEDNESDAY: Prayer & Bible Study 7:00 p.m. ^m9^^^k THURSDAY: Choir Rehearsal 7:00 p.m. WmJTmKtt FRIDAY: Teachers Meeting • 6:45 p.m.Worship Services and Bible Study Tinnes Sundays 8:30, 9:45 & 11:00 a.m. 6:00 p.m. Wednesdays 6:00 p.m. Green Valley Baptist Church 270 N. Voile Verde Dr., Henderson • 434-1906 (Corner of Silver Springs and Voile Verde) Pastor Jon lerley Worship Eadi Sunday 10:30 a.m. I latVandeburgEkmentaryl 2040 Desert ShodowTtatt Celebration!^ A United Methodist Church \ 2887 Sunlit Glade Ave., Henderson NV. • (702) 361-4102 • APTIST CHURCH Sunday Worship Service 11 a.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. Pastor Phillip Williams (Meeting at Children's World behind Country Inn) 705 Vallay Verde Ct. Henderson (702) 558^911 THE CENTER for SUCCESSFUL LIVING (Science of Mind Principle) Master Mind Group Lifestyle & Goal Setting Change your thinking Change your life Every Wednesday Evening 7-8 p.m. Henderson Convention Center 200 Water Street • 434-3912 VEGAS VALLEY CHRISTIAN CHURCH 5515 Mm. Visto, Los Vegos Phone 451 -9211 UNDENOryilNATIONAL BIBLE and CHRIST FOCUSED -BIBLE SCHOOL 9:30 AM WORSHIP 10:30 AM S.O.W. (Study on Wednesday) 7:00 P.M. (Child Coro Avoilobie) Solving Green Volley 0 Los Vegos Areos neor Sunset & Russell Rood a pince to belong a place to become Licnnscd Child Care Center Phono 451-9665 St Christopher's Episcopal Church Holy Eucharist -Sunday 9 A.M. Sunday School 10:45 A.M. • 812 Arizona St. • Boulder City • 293-4275 St. Christopher's Church, Boulder City is a God centered, inclusive, multi-generational, spiritually related family, welcoming all. Woterspring Baptist Church I f!o[0n(3o'i', r'jndaniental 1901 N. Green Valley Pkvi^. Hendf •.•.>i; NV 89,0! 4 \a\ Children's WoHdj Sunday S ahoul Sun. & Wed nighl, other ri'?ji?ti'ip5, C"'(usf need lie/p, call Pastor David Smith (702) 435-6228 NEW BEGINNINGS iMMUNiBLCHURCH. (A new church iri Green Valley) (Relaxed, casual atmosphere) .Meeting Sundays ot David Cox Elementor/ School ". ^ 280 Clark Dnvp '_ on Roblndole between Pecos and Eastern WORSHIP CELEDRATIOK, 1O0O A.M. "^ Phone: 260-3024 Pastor, Richard Hubocek — .. jrtd-Co[— i To List Vour ^ Xlongregatioii Call Goldie at 435-7700 GREEN VALLEY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 454-7989 2200 Robindale Road 8:30 Worship-Childrens Church 9:45 am-Christian Education(Adults & Children) 11 arr Worship-Childrens Church Child Care for Infants and Toddlers Rev. Bob Burns Christ The Servant Lutheran Church 263-0802 Sunday Worslilp 8 & 10:30 am Sunday School 9:15 am Sunday Evening Worsliip 7 pm Wednesday 7pm Visitors Wricomt • Nursery AvailahU 2 South Pecos Rd. Henderson .-AST. PAUL THE APOSTLE ORTHODOX CHURCH Divine Liturgy: 9:00 A.M., Sunday 898-4800 5400 ANNIE OAKLEY DR. (South of Hacienda) LAS VEGAS, NEVADA 89120 W^^E^-—>. St. Timothy's Episcopal Church Piistor Rev. Dr. Lloyd Rupp WORSHIP 'Tues. Noonday Service •Kri. Noonday, Sun. SAM & 10AM Holy Eucharist 'lOAM Nursery & Sunday School Classes. • Pacific & Panama • 565-8033 In Downtown,Henderson Pastws HU A PtuU Nordtirom Church of the Harvest 1000 Novadc.Hwv Boulder City, NV 2^3 5878 Sunday 10:30am Praise and Wqrship Wed. 7:15pm Wisdom in the \Vord Dynamic Childrens' Church • Heirborn Youth Ministry • Promise Keepers Women of Harvest COMMUNITY CHURCH OF HENDERSON United Church of Christ Congregational 360 E. Horizon Dr., • 565-8563 Worship Sen/ice 10:30 AM 'Building a Community to serve a Community" Church School 9:00AM, Nursery Available Sunday Evening 7:00PM LAKE MEAOC^ BIBLE CHURCH Sunday Servktt and Stadlcs: SAM. S:30PM Nnrsary Car* U available at all service. CaU Pastor DaiUel Sabaka for more iafOnoation. IN Snvr AW Taimi. MMvm...FMW Goo^s wou TO ALL. Worshippinf at Fay Galloway Elm. Sch. 701 SkyUae RD, HO 56S-8301 IVING LIFE MINISTRIES 416 Perlile Way. Hend 585-4984 • 585^104 Pastor: Dave Delaria Sunday Chnslian Education 10 am Sundav Worship Services II am & 7 pm Nursery Provided For I lam Service Wed. Bible Study 7 pm BLACK MOUNTAIN FELLOWSHIP Chuich ot the Foursquare Gospel Sunday Worship 10:30AM Sunday Scliool 9:30 AM V^ed Family Night 7 pm Ttturs Parenting Classes 7 pm 315 S Water St., Henderkon Home of Black Mountain fifiA.yA!ifi Chriitian Day Ce^^^jf*^ GREEN VALLEY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH New Saturday Service 5:30 p.m. Sunday Worship 8:30 a.m. & 11 a.m. SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a.m. Nursery All Services 1798 Wigwam PInvy. (NE comer ol Wigwam Pkwy. & Valle Verd* Dfi.) i(|||k Phone: 454-8484 vllH> Rev Marvin R. Cant, Pusior ([ ^Bctfiany baptist Church Sunday Worship Service: 8 am, 10:30 & 6 p.m. Sunday School 9:15 a.m. Dr. George A Huber Senior Pastor 210 Wyoming, Boulder City Coll 2931912 for futher information I HENDERSON PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 601 M. Major 565-9684 StPT. thru >1AV ALLEY xN OUTDEACH V^ (SYNAGOGUE SERVICE First Friday of Each Month FIRST HENDERSON UNITED METHODIST CHURCH • E. Hortnii Drtr*, llmaitiOll Nevada IMIS • mui iae Suaday Wmhlp; 10) IM Cdrtwion wd Pwne • 9^% FarthiAiu • 110) Tradiiranal SoadaySdMalforALL^et: 9:ISa.m En.: 7:00 p.m. Discipleship Wor^ip ci>McinpKi4KiimSt^ Now meeting at the Lutheran Church, 2 Pecos Road 4 Reconstructionist Congregation that offers a unique point of view on Judaism, where creativity, innovation and challenge blend and mix with JeDvish tradition Synu|oqiic Oltice: 436-4900 Rabbi Richard Schachti Worship Services 8:30' & I0:30ain Sunday Scliool I0:30ain nurseiy provided for 10:30am service Jl>l thru XI (i Worship services 8:30 10:00am (no Sunday School) nursery provided for I Cam service ROSS DOYEL, PASTOK \ :? • S 'Love and War' lethargic WWI romance THE NEWS IS YOUR COMMUNITY NEWSPAPER Mini-reviews of major movies on videocassette available now or coming soon to video stores. NEW RELEASES In Love and War This lethargic World War I romance of the teen-age Ernest Hemingway and a much older nurse is far removed from the two-fisted, gripping spirit of the celebrated author. Chris O'Donnell and Sandra Bullock, as the two adventurous lovebirds, often seem to be acting in something akin to "Pillow Talk." There's no real chemistry : here. Director Richard Attenborough, whose specialty is historical epics, manages to show some spectacular scenery. (PG-13) FAIR ROMANTIC DRAMA. DIR-Richard Attenborough. LEADChris O'DonViDEO VIEW nell. RT-115 mins. (Profanity) Scream ~ Director Wes Craven, king of teenhorror movies, now parodies the genre. Yet, this outing is just another killer-on-the-loose tale traveling in familiar territory. The typical setting: a small California town. Amasked killer attacks various young victims after taunting them with slasher movie trivia games. Performances are merely routine. 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mmm • k • -^^-:.-^J Page 10 Panorama Thursday, June 26, 1997 Thursday, June 26, 1997 Panorama Page 11 CHRIST LUTHERAN CHURCH 1401 FIFTH STREET BOULDER CITY, NV 293-4332 Saturday Country Western Worship 5:00 p.m. Sunday TraditioTwl Worship 9:00 a.m. Sunday School and Adult Bible Study 10:15 a.m. St. Matthews Episcopal Church The Working Church Saturday Evening Mass 5:30 pm Sunday Mass 9:45 am Church School During Sunday Mass Nursery Available 4709 S. Nellis Blvd. 451-2483 2 Blocks North of Tropkana on Nells t St. Peter's Catholic Church 204 S. Boulder Hwy. MASS SCHEDULE: Sat: 5 p.m. Sun: 8 am & 10 am 11:30 am 5 pm Confessions: Sat. 4 to 4:30 CALVARY c^ CHAPEL ofHKNDERSON 600 Sunset Kit. (.Sunsci l'l;i/;i) Sunday lOAM Wcdncsdu\ Nighi 7PM Call for other Service limes 45/)-3619 Pastor Chuck Tretl • Ihiu^ the i'amilyH "Thy ward have I Ireiisimil in my hnirl liuil I mi.vhl iinl sin uniiiiiil ihfC. You are always welcome at Boulder City Assembly of God Church FAITH CHRISTIAN CHURCH WFDNFSnAY SrHFniJI F Praise and Prayer...7:00 PM MINnAY WORSHIP SrHFniII F Sunday School of the Bible...9:00 AM Worship Service... 10:00 AM Meeting at: 7th 8L Utah (next to 7-11) 293-2400 or 293-0620 Duane Jordan, Pastor Always Bible centered preaching and ux>rship •Worship10:00 a.m. Hymns, Sing-A-Long /Ice Cream Social Sunday. June 22 6:30 p.m. > Nursery Care • 9:45 • 11:00 a.m. 1100 Buchanan Boulder City • 293-2454 VISITORS EXPECTED Hcv. Robl. Tcdrow, Pastor "The Church On The Hll 711 Valle Verde Ct.. Henderson, NV 454-2722 Gary A. MoreficlcJ Senior Pastor Green Valley Christian Center Sunday Schedule Morning Worship iV • • 15-11 ;15 AM & 6:00 PM Childrens Church: 8:45-11:15 AM Sunday School: 10:15 AM Evening Worship: 6:00 PM Wednesday: Family Night 700 PM Thursday: Youth Group (7-12). 6:45 PM ^HRISnAN A FOURSQUARE CHURCH 571 Adams Blvd. Boulder City 293-7773 Sunday Worship 10:00 am Home of Christian Center School and Day Care Center NEW LOCATION Pastors Bill & Nona Toller cMi'iid .1 personal iiuil.ilion lo sh.ire in God's Love & Power .Siuu/di I/:0t (i.m. ,V7:1)0 p.m. • Wcdnesdoy 7:00 p.w. 370 E. Windmill Lane -r miiow /I ziii 260-4777 Slwkkaiar IMMiy Sanica rmmf SlwkkM Praaran CMMrca'i Prnniu Ja*lc CartdmoM BK/DM nitnah Hcbcnr Hlf h MM CdKallM MIDBAR KODESH A COnSCRVATIVC COnORCQATIOn rUTUREHOfC l.\, QREEM VALLEY RAMCH 6000 S. Caslctn AKC Sylte 3B, '. : Ui Vegu. nV 89119 (702798-4510 fHlGHLANraiLLS 615 College Drive • Henderson • 566-0200 Sunday Worship Services: '. 8:30 am. 11:00 am, 6:00 pm Come Join us Sunday 1 / We Care About You and Your Farrnly! Celebrate .lesii.s at... Dynamic Drama, Music and Message! Currently meeting at: Community College of Southern Nevada 700 College Drive, Henderson Sundays 10AM Call 2634661 for more information TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM EstabUshed 1947 The Largest Congregation in Nevada Affliliated with United Synagogue ol Conservative Judaism ^UR MEMBERSHIP IS OPEN, ^ ^ • COME GROW WITH US!!! ^ 1600 EattOokay Blvd. • Lot V*gaf, Nevada • 384-S070 THi^AtV/^ON^ ARMYCOMMUNITY CENTER A Center For Worship and Service! 830 E. Lake Mead Dr., Henderson, NV (702)565-9578 Sunday Worship Services: II am & 6pm Sunday School For All Ages: 9:30 am Bible Study Each Thursday: 6 pm St. Thomas More Catholic Community 130 n. Fecos Rd, Meiidersoti, 361-3022 Our Mass Schedule In Our — — pl> i NEW CHURCH! .' • Saturday Confession: 5:^0 p.pi. to 4:00 p.m. Saturday Vitjil Mass: 4::^() p.m. Sunday Masses: 8:00 a.iii,, 10:00 a.m., & 12:00 p.m. Daily Mass: 8:30 a.m. (Monday through Friday) OUR SAVIORS LUTHERAN CHURCH Holding Forth the Word of Life... Philippians 2:16 Sunday School 9 am Adult Bible Class 9 am Sunday Worship 8 & 10:45 am Pastor Bruning 59 Lynn Ln., Henderson 565-9154 Growing together in the grace of our Lord Jesus RELIGIOUS SCIENCE CHURCH of LAS VEGAS 4820 Alpine PI., Ste. ElOl Las Vegas, NV 89107 258-5683 Wednesday 7:00 PM Sunday 9AM & 10:30AM Rev. Sheila Weldon TlrrFanl^irCttarisinatic Episcopal Church 1661 Qalleria DR -.260-0126 (White Middle School, llciiderson) ^ SUNDAY WORSHIP 10AM Fattier David Hoff • Father Charles Coleman To list your congregation call Goldie at 435-7700 • ^ • ^ • ^ SUNRISE COMMUNITY CHURCH Meeting at Neyv Location in "The Gift Basket" ; T43. Water St., Henderson ^^. | REV. JIM HAMILTON, PASTOR '" 737-5219 Sunday Worship 10am Conne and let us help make your life work for you CHURCH IN THE DE SERT Satuiddu Eves. 6 p.m. 2()f)() Waverly Circle Henderson f^* %v SOUTHERN BAPTIST CHURCH 240 S. Cholla St. • Henderson, NV 89015 (702) 565-6072 You're Invited! Sunday Worship Services: 8:30 a.m. 9:45 a.m. 11:00 a.m. 6:00 pm Call for more Info. 434-0108 Pastor Rene Josepti Hu i-j COMMUNITY BAPTIST CHURCH 245 E. Foster Ave. • Henderson, NV 89009 Reverend Sam Roberson.Pastor/Teacfier ^^HttHJH^ ''.' SUNDAY: Sunday School 9:30 a.m. ^^^^^ Morning Service 11:00 a.m. ^^^^K Evening Service 7:00 p.m. ^^^H MONDAY: £vagelism Classes 7:00 p.m. ^^^^K TUESDAY: Theology Classes 7:00 p.m. ^1^^^^ WEDNESDAY: Prayer & Bible Study 7:00 p.m. ^m9^^^k THURSDAY: Choir Rehearsal 7:00 p.m. WmJTmKtt FRIDAY: Teachers Meeting • 6:45 p.m.Worship Services and Bible Study Tinnes Sundays 8:30, 9:45 & 11:00 a.m. 6:00 p.m. Wednesdays 6:00 p.m. Green Valley Baptist Church 270 N. Voile Verde Dr., Henderson • 434-1906 (Corner of Silver Springs and Voile Verde) Pastor Jon lerley Worship Eadi Sunday 10:30 a.m. I latVandeburgEkmentaryl 2040 Desert ShodowTtatt Celebration!^ A United Methodist Church \ 2887 Sunlit Glade Ave., Henderson NV. • (702) 361-4102 • APTIST CHURCH Sunday Worship Service 11 a.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. Pastor Phillip Williams (Meeting at Children's World behind Country Inn) 705 Vallay Verde Ct. Henderson (702) 558^911 THE CENTER for SUCCESSFUL LIVING (Science of Mind Principle) Master Mind Group Lifestyle & Goal Setting Change your thinking Change your life Every Wednesday Evening 7-8 p.m. Henderson Convention Center 200 Water Street • 434-3912 VEGAS VALLEY CHRISTIAN CHURCH 5515 Mm. Visto, Los Vegos Phone 451 -9211 UNDENOryilNATIONAL BIBLE and CHRIST FOCUSED -BIBLE SCHOOL 9:30 AM WORSHIP 10:30 AM S.O.W. (Study on Wednesday) 7:00 P.M. (Child Coro Avoilobie) Solving Green Volley 0 Los Vegos Areos neor Sunset & Russell Rood a pince to belong a place to become Licnnscd Child Care Center Phono 451-9665 St Christopher's Episcopal Church Holy Eucharist -Sunday 9 A.M. Sunday School 10:45 A.M. • 812 Arizona St. • Boulder City • 293-4275 St. Christopher's Church, Boulder City is a God centered, inclusive, multi-generational, spiritually related family, welcoming all. Woterspring Baptist Church I f!o[0n(3o'i', r'jndaniental 1901 N. Green Valley Pkvi^. Hendf •.•.>i; NV 89,0! 4 \a\ Children's WoHdj Sunday S ahoul Sun. & Wed nighl, other ri'?ji?ti'ip5, C"'(usf need lie/p, call Pastor David Smith (702) 435-6228 NEW BEGINNINGS iMMUNiBLCHURCH. (A new church iri Green Valley) (Relaxed, casual atmosphere) .Meeting Sundays ot David Cox Elementor/ School ". ^ 280 Clark Dnvp '_ on Roblndole between Pecos and Eastern WORSHIP CELEDRATIOK, 1O0O A.M. "^ Phone: 260-3024 Pastor, Richard Hubocek — .. jrtd-Co[— i To List Vour ^ Xlongregatioii Call Goldie at 435-7700 GREEN VALLEY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 454-7989 2200 Robindale Road 8:30 Worship-Childrens Church 9:45 am-Christian Education(Adults & Children) 11 arr Worship-Childrens Church Child Care for Infants and Toddlers Rev. Bob Burns Christ The Servant Lutheran Church 263-0802 Sunday Worslilp 8 & 10:30 am Sunday School 9:15 am Sunday Evening Worsliip 7 pm Wednesday 7pm Visitors Wricomt • Nursery AvailahU 2 South Pecos Rd. Henderson .-AST. PAUL THE APOSTLE ORTHODOX CHURCH Divine Liturgy: 9:00 A.M., Sunday 898-4800 5400 ANNIE OAKLEY DR. (South of Hacienda) LAS VEGAS, NEVADA 89120 W^^E^-—>. St. Timothy's Episcopal Church Piistor Rev. Dr. Lloyd Rupp WORSHIP 'Tues. Noonday Service •Kri. Noonday, Sun. SAM & 10AM Holy Eucharist 'lOAM Nursery & Sunday School Classes. • Pacific & Panama • 565-8033 In Downtown,Henderson Pastws HU A PtuU Nordtirom Church of the Harvest 1000 Novadc.Hwv Boulder City, NV 2^3 5878 Sunday 10:30am Praise and Wqrship Wed. 7:15pm Wisdom in the \Vord Dynamic Childrens' Church • Heirborn Youth Ministry • Promise Keepers Women of Harvest COMMUNITY CHURCH OF HENDERSON United Church of Christ Congregational 360 E. Horizon Dr., • 565-8563 Worship Sen/ice 10:30 AM 'Building a Community to serve a Community" Church School 9:00AM, Nursery Available Sunday Evening 7:00PM LAKE MEAOC^ BIBLE CHURCH Sunday Servktt and Stadlcs: SAM. S:30PM Nnrsary Car* U available at all service. CaU Pastor DaiUel Sabaka for more iafOnoation. IN Snvr AW Taimi. MMvm...FMW Goo^s wou TO ALL. Worshippinf at Fay Galloway Elm. Sch. 701 SkyUae RD, HO 56S-8301 IVING LIFE MINISTRIES 416 Perlile Way. Hend 585-4984 • 585^104 Pastor: Dave Delaria Sunday Chnslian Education 10 am Sundav Worship Services II am & 7 pm Nursery Provided For I lam Service Wed. Bible Study 7 pm BLACK MOUNTAIN FELLOWSHIP Chuich ot the Foursquare Gospel Sunday Worship 10:30AM Sunday Scliool 9:30 AM V^ed Family Night 7 pm Ttturs Parenting Classes 7 pm 315 S Water St., Henderkon Home of Black Mountain fifiA.yA!ifi Chriitian Day Ce^^^jf*^ GREEN VALLEY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH New Saturday Service 5:30 p.m. Sunday Worship 8:30 a.m. & 11 a.m. SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a.m. Nursery All Services 1798 Wigwam PInvy. (NE comer ol Wigwam Pkwy. & Valle Verd* Dfi.) i(|||k Phone: 454-8484 vllH> Rev Marvin R. 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NEW RELEASES In Love and War This lethargic World War I romance of the teen-age Ernest Hemingway and a much older nurse is far removed from the two-fisted, gripping spirit of the celebrated author. Chris O'Donnell and Sandra Bullock, as the two adventurous lovebirds, often seem to be acting in something akin to "Pillow Talk." There's no real chemistry : here. Director Richard Attenborough, whose specialty is historical epics, manages to show some spectacular scenery. (PG-13) FAIR ROMANTIC DRAMA. DIR-Richard Attenborough. LEADChris O'DonViDEO VIEW nell. RT-115 mins. (Profanity) Scream ~ Director Wes Craven, king of teenhorror movies, now parodies the genre. Yet, this outing is just another killer-on-the-loose tale traveling in familiar territory. The typical setting: a small California town. Amasked killer attacks various young victims after taunting them with slasher movie trivia games. Performances are merely routine. 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-C V--"-;-TWP • >'. • r" WHAT'S PLAYING Page 12 Panorama Thursday, June 26, 1997 'Grease' opens July 1 The official Broadway production of"Grease!" will run from July 1-6, at the Aladdin Theater for the Performing Arts. Starring Adrian Zmed as Danny Zuko, Mackenzie Phillips as Rizzo, Sally Struthers as Miss Lynch and Jeff Conaway as Vince Fontaine, the show takes a hilarious, tuneful ook at what it was like growin -up in the supercool '50s with the fuimiest gang of high school students you'll ever meet. At a time whenhot~rod-loving boys in black-leather jackets chased boy-crazy girls in white bobby socks and skin-tight pedal pughers, thejroduction is complete with drive-in passion pits, sock hops, ptgama parties, hubcap stealing and sneaking cigarettes at the senior prom. One of Broadway's longest running musicals, it brings back the classic rock'n'roll sounds of the '50s with songs including, "We Go Together," "Since I don't Have You," "Beauty School Dropout" and "It's Raining on Prom Night." The story is that of Danny Zuko, king of the Burger Palace Tabackin Trio to perform The Lew Tabackin Trio, on tour from New York, will be the featured group at the third free "Jazz in the Park" concert at 8 p.m. Saturday, June 28, at the Clark County Government Center Amphitheatre, 500 S. Grand Central Parkway, in Las Vegas. Sponsored by Clark County Parks and Recreation, the series is hosted by TV-3's Nathan Tannenbaum, and is in its eighth year. Tabackin is acclaimed for virtuosity both on the flute and the tenor saxophone. In his newest Concord label release, "Tenority," he concentrates on the tenor sax. Larry Birnbaum ^£DomnBeaLm ^i April 1997 review said, "His modem mainstream sound, spanning the styhstic gamut from Ben Webster to John Coltrane, is right on the cutting edge of today's retro-bop movement." Since 1990 he has had four releases on Concord, and is in the process of carving out a new identity as leader of his own group, rather than as a sideman or'soloist with a big band. His interest in music began in Philadelphia, where he moored in flute at the Philadelphia Conservatory of Music. In 1965, after two years in the army, he moved to New York City and pursued his musical career. Appearing with Tabackin are long-time colleague Mark Taylor on drums and Phillip Aretas on bass. The concert is co-sponsored by KNPR 89.5 FM. Concert-goers are invited to bring a picnic or purchase food from vendors. Cast of'Grease' WHAT A DIAU!-' ^^-"/V/.^ Cash Your Paycheck $$ WIN A MILLION! $$ s irop-wTpflrffiMflti" Boys, and wholesome, naive transfer student Sandy Dumbrowksi, whose life changes after meeting the tough yet vulnerable Rizzo, leader of the Pink Ladies. Director/choreogfrapher Jeff Calhoun's explosive, Tonynominated dances to such numbers as "Born to Hand Jive," "Greased Dghtnin'," "Shakin' at the High School Hop" and "Rock'N'Roll Party Queen." Written by Warren Casey and Jim Jacobs, the show is produced by the Tony Award-winning team of Barry and Fran Weissler. Show times are at 8 p.m. Tuesday to Friday, at 5 and 9 p.m. Saturday, and at 2 and 7:30 p.m. Sunday. Tickets are availabje through Ticketmaster, 474-4000, and Aladdin Theater for the Performing Arts box office, 736-0240. ^chafer to speak at drama workshop Jeny Schafer, local awardwinning producer/director of various feature films, television specials and documentaries, will speak at JoeBehar's Community Drama Workshop at its regular meeting at 8 p.m. Monday, June 30, in Room A of the Bowling Center at Sam's Town. His topic will be, "How to Make the Correct Career Decisions." The meeting is open to the public. Admission is free. Schafer is currently involved in the final preparations of producing and directing a new feature film to be shot in Southern Nevada. j^/ at Cage .-f^OPENI • "DLI OPENING MAY 29, BLUE EYES" A Tribute to the Life and Music of Fronk Sinotro 7 INCLUDES 2 oMNWy SHOWTIMES THURSDAY & FRIDAY 8PM \ SATURDAY 7PM & 9PM /.,, ^^^^'Ve Monthly Blackiack^'^'^^l Tournment $2000 P'Place Nevada Palace & Henderson Jewelers pie^ $15,000 i^ soooiTREASURE CHEST OF CASH, & JEWELS GiVAWAYa,,^\ 4-10pm TOPSIRLO/N 5TEAK SANDWICH S1.99 5ERVED-MIDNIGHTTOiOam ^UST0E21 FOR THESE SPECIALS :i • • 1997, Tribune Media Services DEBORAH WHITE Dear Debbie: Fm only 16 and I'm in love with a man who's 21. We've been together for two years while he's been living with his baby's mother who's 35.1 know she can't afford to take care of the bills and her other child. But I can't put it out of my head that they're sleeping together. He says they're not, but he lets her drive his new car to college and work. And they do things that don't concern his child. He says she's only there because I'm still a kninor and he'll marry me when Fm 18. ^ I don't know if I should break up with him.'' SHARING Dear Sharing: He's using you for sex and stringing you along. Two years from now he'll still be a predator who uses young girls for sex. His baby's mother will always be in his life because they have a child together. This guy could be prosecuted for statutory rape if you've been sleeping with him since you were 14. Where was your family? • ::; Thursday, June 26, 1997 Panorama Page 13 Now you're obviously older and wiser, and you realize there's nothing in thi g for you. Get out as soon as you can and don't let a man use you again. Dear Debbie: My friend and I have a problem. Every once in a while there is a m^or event that comes to our town. We always find an excuse to go. The reason is, there are alwaiys these two special guys there we have suddenly fallen for. The one I like Tve known about two years and we always talk when we see each other. My friend has never gotten to say anything to the other guy. We would really like to know what to do in figuring this out. We both think this is the real thing DAZED AND CONFUSED Dear Dazed and Confused: You two didn't tell me how old you are, but you sound like teen-agers. If that's true, let's get one thing straight. You're attracted to these guys. Love is a whole other animal. First step in getting to know them is talking. Your friend will have to take the initiative. Then flirt. If the guys are interested, they'll flirt ba^and want to spend time with you. If they're not, and the attractiok isn't mutual, there's no use waiting or hoping. '^ : ^ Write to Dear Debbie, P.O. Box 4328, Chicago, HI. 60680. £>1997, Tribune Media Service* If s important to keep janitors on A-list St. RbSET^iRTHS June 10,1997 Peyton and Michael Miller, girl; Candice and Mark Cauley, girl; Brenda and Richard Diaz, boy; Donna and John Silva, twin girls. June 11,1997 Daphne and Kevan Sprayberry, boy;Tracy Ross and James Redmond, boy; Jo-Ann and Richard DiVirale, boy. June 12,1997 Lisa Garza and Alexander Cooper, Jr., girl; Elizabeth ..and CALL 435-7700 WITH NEWS TIPS Scot Moldenhauer, girl; Gina Castandea and Scott Stebbins, boy; Debbie and Robert Edwards, girl. June 13,1997 Gena and Mile Samauc, boy; Rubia and Phillip Cuartas, girl; Heidi and Rick Tollackson, girl. June 14,1997 Andrea and Race Ellett, boy; Dawn and Walter Sharp, III, boy. June 15,1997 Rebecca and Bryce Hardy, girl; Heather and DuaineCowley, boy; Sarah and Steven Dessormeau, boy; Amanda Barth and Vemon Lee, girl; Ann and Jesus Burrell, boy. June 16,1997 Tesily and Harold Caswell, boy. I admire doctors. They spend "TBarr stodying for their profess sion. By the time they graduate and begin taking care of sick people, they are exhausted. "Then they have to spend their ^ days listening to patients —^who don't know a stetJioscope from a bedpan— diagnose their own illnesses. It stands to reason that after years of living among fallopian tubes, alimentary canals and the like, the following scenario often takes place when they see a real patient. Patient: Doctor, I have a broken arm. Doctor: Hmmmm. What makes you think so? Patient: I heard a loud crack when the car ran over my arm and there is a bone sticking out through the skin. Doctor: Hmmmm. Have 'South Pacific' to open today The Garold Gardner Scholarship • Foundation will present Rodgers and Hammerstein's "South Pacific" for two weekends beginning at 8 p.m. Thursday, June 26, at the Rainbow Library Amphitheatre, at Buffalo and Cheyenne. Under the direction of Gardner and music director Joe Cottone, the production includes a cast of 50 and a live 12-piece orchestra. All proceeds go to the Scholarship Foundation to assist Las Vegas Valley youth in furthering their performing education. Tickf^ts are $6 adults and $4 students. For more information, call 736-7222. JOMCEOI LIGHTLY CAROLYN DRENNAN BISHOP you had a complete endocrinological workup, a bronchoscopy, a gynecological exam and a psychiatric evaluation? Tell me, do you smoke, drink or walk in your sleep? *^ Patient: No. Doctor: Fm recommending a full batter of tests. You'll get the results in about three weeks. In the meantime, take two aspirin and cut down on the fat in your diet. These same doctors are very busy studying the latest medical literature and doing regular maintenance — oiling and tightening screws, etc. — on important technical machines. I STOP SMOKING "I have smoked 3 packs d day lot almost 26 years I walked oul a nonsmoker and I ve had no iMlhdrawal syrploms and I've gained no weiglit SMiriov Laylon ol Las Vegas HYPNOSIS Apptovea Dy ifie Amancm Meaicai Associaiio'i since '972 Hypnosrs is 3 very sat* 4 etteciive rTiet*iO(3 d d'amai'caiiy j'langiop niiiiudes S habirs M a ceiainy & pieiiinraCie experience vou a'e not asieep Pu' aware ol your surroiiiiamgs VCK tM leave tne seinmar reel ng REFRESHED RELAXED & MOTIVATED IN TWO HOURS! NO WITHDRAWAL • NO WEIGHT GAIN Walk Out A Non-Smoker FREE FIRST HOUR Voii don't pay a penny until you are absolutely certain you tan be hypnotised and our program can work lor you $OQ95 only ^^ Visa, MasterCard, Check or Cash Optional reinforcement tape available lor $15 COMPARE • | was a heavy sgioker using ^3 packs daily Icr 35 years I was amazed how easy ii was to qml without any withdrawal symptoms II I can ciuit in two hours, anyonr; can Bob Morgan ol Reno WALK OUT A NON-SMOKER P'esenied Dy Poleniiai Dynamics with C'-Mofd Webb Ph 0 a ceftided hypnotherapist w/over 2b years eMpenence wMh stop smoking and weight control programs He • & on the tacuity ol the American Institute of Hypnotherapy & past president ot the National Society of Hypnotherapists This 'arrious program has been featured on ABC. CBS & NBC TYPE OF PROGRAM Nicoderm Nicotrol Nicoret Gum HYPNOSIS HOW LONG TO QUIT COST GUARANTEE 6 Weeks plus $145.00 NO 6 Weeks plus $128.00 NO 6 Weeks plus $189.00 PLUS NO 2 HOURS $29.95 YES THE CHOICE IS YOURS M^nd One 2-Hour Seminar Weight Control 430 p.m Stop Smoking 7:00 p.m HENDERSON Friday, June 27 Convention Center • 200 S Water St PLUS THE EXCITING GUARANTEE II you ever need nelp witn your slop smoking or weight control program, you can attend a Poieniiai Dynamics seminar at no charge No pre-registration required LOSE WEIGHT! • | was a choc-oanoiic belore your seminar Since the seminar. I haven I been able to eat chocolate and that's been 5 rrwnths A 58lbs ago I also love to exercise nowr an<31 m not snacking Glenna Jones of EIko 0NLY$2d.d5 $49.95 (or both Weight Control and Stop Smoking serT\lnars. Reinforcement tape available tor $15 FOR ANYONE WHO NEEDS HELP WITH... •Will Power •Emotional Eating •Exercising •Food Addiction mention this because it will make "ysii feeibetterwiienyiira asnycfOT' doctor's office and you end up talking to the janitor who jots your name in an appointment book. If you are really ill, and the janitor happens to know you, he might personally plead your plight with the doctor. At this time, you may be invited to visit the waiting room. If this happens, bring your lunch, a good book and an electric heating pad. Take heart! By the time you've finished your 785-page novel, it's your turn to be ushered into a frigid little room where you will be asked to remove your clothes and put on a drafty paper gowm. Here is where the electric heating pad comes in handy. Frankly, I prefer sitting on mine. It beats perching on the teensy square of waxed paper that adorns every examining table. • #'5*u've^a7Jd4i&f"ar-a the doctor doesn't have to rush out to a class reunion, he will prod you with a few instruments and utter various exclamations such as "Hmmmm," "Oh-oh," and "Ah-hah." These can be loosely translated as "Gee, I wish I had paid more attention in Anatomy 101," "This patient may not live to greet another daw," and "I can cure this with a $159 prescription." Fm only telling you this for your own good. In the meantime, if you happen to know any janitors, make sure they remain on your A-list. SUPPORT YOUR COMIVIUNITY NEWSPAPER

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-C V--"-;-TWP • >'. • r" WHAT'S PLAYING Page 12 Panorama Thursday, June 26, 1997 'Grease' opens July 1 The official Broadway production of"Grease!" will run from July 1-6, at the Aladdin Theater for the Performing Arts. Starring Adrian Zmed as Danny Zuko, Mackenzie Phillips as Rizzo, Sally Struthers as Miss Lynch and Jeff Conaway as Vince Fontaine, the show takes a hilarious, tuneful ook at what it was like growin -up in the supercool '50s with the fuimiest gang of high school students you'll ever meet. At a time whenhot~rod-loving boys in black-leather jackets chased boy-crazy girls in white bobby socks and skin-tight pedal pughers, thejroduction is complete with drive-in passion pits, sock hops, ptgama parties, hubcap stealing and sneaking cigarettes at the senior prom. One of Broadway's longest running musicals, it brings back the classic rock'n'roll sounds of the '50s with songs including, "We Go Together," "Since I don't Have You," "Beauty School Dropout" and "It's Raining on Prom Night." The story is that of Danny Zuko, king of the Burger Palace Tabackin Trio to perform The Lew Tabackin Trio, on tour from New York, will be the featured group at the third free "Jazz in the Park" concert at 8 p.m. Saturday, June 28, at the Clark County Government Center Amphitheatre, 500 S. Grand Central Parkway, in Las Vegas. Sponsored by Clark County Parks and Recreation, the series is hosted by TV-3's Nathan Tannenbaum, and is in its eighth year. Tabackin is acclaimed for virtuosity both on the flute and the tenor saxophone. In his newest Concord label release, "Tenority," he concentrates on the tenor sax. Larry Birnbaum ^£DomnBeaLm ^i April 1997 review said, "His modem mainstream sound, spanning the styhstic gamut from Ben Webster to John Coltrane, is right on the cutting edge of today's retro-bop movement." Since 1990 he has had four releases on Concord, and is in the process of carving out a new identity as leader of his own group, rather than as a sideman or'soloist with a big band. His interest in music began in Philadelphia, where he moored in flute at the Philadelphia Conservatory of Music. In 1965, after two years in the army, he moved to New York City and pursued his musical career. Appearing with Tabackin are long-time colleague Mark Taylor on drums and Phillip Aretas on bass. The concert is co-sponsored by KNPR 89.5 FM. Concert-goers are invited to bring a picnic or purchase food from vendors. Cast of'Grease' WHAT A DIAU!-' ^^-"/V/.^ Cash Your Paycheck $$ WIN A MILLION! $$ s irop-wTpflrffiMflti" Boys, and wholesome, naive transfer student Sandy Dumbrowksi, whose life changes after meeting the tough yet vulnerable Rizzo, leader of the Pink Ladies. Director/choreogfrapher Jeff Calhoun's explosive, Tonynominated dances to such numbers as "Born to Hand Jive," "Greased Dghtnin'," "Shakin' at the High School Hop" and "Rock'N'Roll Party Queen." Written by Warren Casey and Jim Jacobs, the show is produced by the Tony Award-winning team of Barry and Fran Weissler. Show times are at 8 p.m. Tuesday to Friday, at 5 and 9 p.m. Saturday, and at 2 and 7:30 p.m. Sunday. Tickets are availabje through Ticketmaster, 474-4000, and Aladdin Theater for the Performing Arts box office, 736-0240. ^chafer to speak at drama workshop Jeny Schafer, local awardwinning producer/director of various feature films, television specials and documentaries, will speak at JoeBehar's Community Drama Workshop at its regular meeting at 8 p.m. Monday, June 30, in Room A of the Bowling Center at Sam's Town. His topic will be, "How to Make the Correct Career Decisions." The meeting is open to the public. Admission is free. Schafer is currently involved in the final preparations of producing and directing a new feature film to be shot in Southern Nevada. j^/ at Cage .-f^OPENI • "DLI OPENING MAY 29, BLUE EYES" A Tribute to the Life and Music of Fronk Sinotro 7 INCLUDES 2 oMNWy SHOWTIMES THURSDAY & FRIDAY 8PM \ SATURDAY 7PM & 9PM /.,, ^^^^'Ve Monthly Blackiack^'^'^^l Tournment $2000 P'Place Nevada Palace & Henderson Jewelers pie^ $15,000 i^ soooiTREASURE CHEST OF CASH, & JEWELS GiVAWAYa,,^\ 4-10pm TOPSIRLO/N 5TEAK SANDWICH S1.99 5ERVED-MIDNIGHTTOiOam ^UST0E21 FOR THESE SPECIALS :i • • 1997, Tribune Media Services DEBORAH WHITE Dear Debbie: Fm only 16 and I'm in love with a man who's 21. We've been together for two years while he's been living with his baby's mother who's 35.1 know she can't afford to take care of the bills and her other child. But I can't put it out of my head that they're sleeping together. He says they're not, but he lets her drive his new car to college and work. And they do things that don't concern his child. He says she's only there because I'm still a kninor and he'll marry me when Fm 18. ^ I don't know if I should break up with him.'' SHARING Dear Sharing: He's using you for sex and stringing you along. Two years from now he'll still be a predator who uses young girls for sex. His baby's mother will always be in his life because they have a child together. This guy could be prosecuted for statutory rape if you've been sleeping with him since you were 14. Where was your family? • ::; Thursday, June 26, 1997 Panorama Page 13 Now you're obviously older and wiser, and you realize there's nothing in thi g for you. Get out as soon as you can and don't let a man use you again. Dear Debbie: My friend and I have a problem. Every once in a while there is a m^or event that comes to our town. We always find an excuse to go. The reason is, there are alwaiys these two special guys there we have suddenly fallen for. The one I like Tve known about two years and we always talk when we see each other. My friend has never gotten to say anything to the other guy. We would really like to know what to do in figuring this out. We both think this is the real thing DAZED AND CONFUSED Dear Dazed and Confused: You two didn't tell me how old you are, but you sound like teen-agers. If that's true, let's get one thing straight. You're attracted to these guys. Love is a whole other animal. First step in getting to know them is talking. Your friend will have to take the initiative. Then flirt. If the guys are interested, they'll flirt ba^and want to spend time with you. If they're not, and the attractiok isn't mutual, there's no use waiting or hoping. '^ : ^ Write to Dear Debbie, P.O. Box 4328, Chicago, HI. 60680. £>1997, Tribune Media Service* If s important to keep janitors on A-list St. RbSET^iRTHS June 10,1997 Peyton and Michael Miller, girl; Candice and Mark Cauley, girl; Brenda and Richard Diaz, boy; Donna and John Silva, twin girls. June 11,1997 Daphne and Kevan Sprayberry, boy;Tracy Ross and James Redmond, boy; Jo-Ann and Richard DiVirale, boy. June 12,1997 Lisa Garza and Alexander Cooper, Jr., girl; Elizabeth ..and CALL 435-7700 WITH NEWS TIPS Scot Moldenhauer, girl; Gina Castandea and Scott Stebbins, boy; Debbie and Robert Edwards, girl. June 13,1997 Gena and Mile Samauc, boy; Rubia and Phillip Cuartas, girl; Heidi and Rick Tollackson, girl. June 14,1997 Andrea and Race Ellett, boy; Dawn and Walter Sharp, III, boy. June 15,1997 Rebecca and Bryce Hardy, girl; Heather and DuaineCowley, boy; Sarah and Steven Dessormeau, boy; Amanda Barth and Vemon Lee, girl; Ann and Jesus Burrell, boy. June 16,1997 Tesily and Harold Caswell, boy. I admire doctors. They spend "TBarr stodying for their profess sion. By the time they graduate and begin taking care of sick people, they are exhausted. "Then they have to spend their ^ days listening to patients —^who don't know a stetJioscope from a bedpan— diagnose their own illnesses. It stands to reason that after years of living among fallopian tubes, alimentary canals and the like, the following scenario often takes place when they see a real patient. Patient: Doctor, I have a broken arm. Doctor: Hmmmm. What makes you think so? Patient: I heard a loud crack when the car ran over my arm and there is a bone sticking out through the skin. Doctor: Hmmmm. Have 'South Pacific' to open today The Garold Gardner Scholarship • Foundation will present Rodgers and Hammerstein's "South Pacific" for two weekends beginning at 8 p.m. Thursday, June 26, at the Rainbow Library Amphitheatre, at Buffalo and Cheyenne. Under the direction of Gardner and music director Joe Cottone, the production includes a cast of 50 and a live 12-piece orchestra. All proceeds go to the Scholarship Foundation to assist Las Vegas Valley youth in furthering their performing education. Tickf^ts are $6 adults and $4 students. For more information, call 736-7222. JOMCEOI LIGHTLY CAROLYN DRENNAN BISHOP you had a complete endocrinological workup, a bronchoscopy, a gynecological exam and a psychiatric evaluation? Tell me, do you smoke, drink or walk in your sleep? *^ Patient: No. Doctor: Fm recommending a full batter of tests. You'll get the results in about three weeks. In the meantime, take two aspirin and cut down on the fat in your diet. These same doctors are very busy studying the latest medical literature and doing regular maintenance — oiling and tightening screws, etc. — on important technical machines. I STOP SMOKING "I have smoked 3 packs d day lot almost 26 years I walked oul a nonsmoker and I ve had no iMlhdrawal syrploms and I've gained no weiglit SMiriov Laylon ol Las Vegas HYPNOSIS Apptovea Dy ifie Amancm Meaicai Associaiio'i since '972 Hypnosrs is 3 very sat* 4 etteciive rTiet*iO(3 d d'amai'caiiy j'langiop niiiiudes S habirs M a ceiainy & pieiiinraCie experience vou a'e not asieep Pu' aware ol your surroiiiiamgs VCK tM leave tne seinmar reel ng REFRESHED RELAXED & MOTIVATED IN TWO HOURS! NO WITHDRAWAL • NO WEIGHT GAIN Walk Out A Non-Smoker FREE FIRST HOUR Voii don't pay a penny until you are absolutely certain you tan be hypnotised and our program can work lor you $OQ95 only ^^ Visa, MasterCard, Check or Cash Optional reinforcement tape available lor $15 COMPARE • | was a heavy sgioker using ^3 packs daily Icr 35 years I was amazed how easy ii was to qml without any withdrawal symptoms II I can ciuit in two hours, anyonr; can Bob Morgan ol Reno WALK OUT A NON-SMOKER P'esenied Dy Poleniiai Dynamics with C'-Mofd Webb Ph 0 a ceftided hypnotherapist w/over 2b years eMpenence wMh stop smoking and weight control programs He • & on the tacuity ol the American Institute of Hypnotherapy & past president ot the National Society of Hypnotherapists This 'arrious program has been featured on ABC. CBS & NBC TYPE OF PROGRAM Nicoderm Nicotrol Nicoret Gum HYPNOSIS HOW LONG TO QUIT COST GUARANTEE 6 Weeks plus $145.00 NO 6 Weeks plus $128.00 NO 6 Weeks plus $189.00 PLUS NO 2 HOURS $29.95 YES THE CHOICE IS YOURS M^nd One 2-Hour Seminar Weight Control 430 p.m Stop Smoking 7:00 p.m HENDERSON Friday, June 27 Convention Center • 200 S Water St PLUS THE EXCITING GUARANTEE II you ever need nelp witn your slop smoking or weight control program, you can attend a Poieniiai Dynamics seminar at no charge No pre-registration required LOSE WEIGHT! • | was a choc-oanoiic belore your seminar Since the seminar. I haven I been able to eat chocolate and that's been 5 rrwnths A 58lbs ago I also love to exercise nowr an<31 m not snacking Glenna Jones of EIko 0NLY$2d.d5 $49.95 (or both Weight Control and Stop Smoking serT\lnars. Reinforcement tape available tor $15 FOR ANYONE WHO NEEDS HELP WITH... •Will Power •Emotional Eating •Exercising •Food Addiction mention this because it will make "ysii feeibetterwiienyiira asnycfOT' doctor's office and you end up talking to the janitor who jots your name in an appointment book. If you are really ill, and the janitor happens to know you, he might personally plead your plight with the doctor. At this time, you may be invited to visit the waiting room. If this happens, bring your lunch, a good book and an electric heating pad. Take heart! By the time you've finished your 785-page novel, it's your turn to be ushered into a frigid little room where you will be asked to remove your clothes and put on a drafty paper gowm. Here is where the electric heating pad comes in handy. Frankly, I prefer sitting on mine. It beats perching on the teensy square of waxed paper that adorns every examining table. • #'5*u've^a7Jd4i&f"ar-a the doctor doesn't have to rush out to a class reunion, he will prod you with a few instruments and utter various exclamations such as "Hmmmm," "Oh-oh," and "Ah-hah." These can be loosely translated as "Gee, I wish I had paid more attention in Anatomy 101," "This patient may not live to greet another daw," and "I can cure this with a $159 prescription." Fm only telling you this for your own good. In the meantime, if you happen to know any janitors, make sure they remain on your A-list. SUPPORT YOUR COMIVIUNITY NEWSPAPER

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You'll find theae iwords in all directions—horizontally, vertically, diagonally, backwards. Draw a circle around each letter of a word found in the puzzle, then strike it off the list. Circling it will show a letter has been used but will leave it visible should it also form part of another word. Find the big have ttie given number of letters left over. They'll spell out your MAQTCWORD. VmEOMAfJlA (sol.: 5 letters) A-Accessories; B-Battery; C-Camcorder, Camera, Case, Casio, Canon; D-Decks; E-Edit, Effects; F-Fade, Feature, Filter, Format; GGear; H-Hold, Hitachi; I-Image; L-Lens, Linear, Load; M-Manual, Menu, Minolta, Mixer, Monitor; N-Nikon; P-Panasonic, Play; R-Record, Remote, Resolution, Rewind; S5harp, Shoot, Show, Sony, Sound; T-Tape, Time code, Toshiba, Tripod; V-Viewcam; WWipes -. 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Schuiz I'M WRITIN6 TO CHUCK TO TELL HIM MOU) MUCH WE MISS HIM, ANPHOCO WE THINK OF HIM NI6HT AND PAY... IM60IN6T0F0OLHIM..IM, USINfiPlNK STATIONERY50HELL THINK IT'S A LOVE LETTER.. I [X)N'T THINK VOI)'RE0EIN6 FAIR TO CHARLES, SIR.. ONE PAY VOU TELL HIM WE'RE NOT THINKIN6 OF HIM ..THE NEXT DM SOU TELL HIM U/E MISS HIM.. JONK MAIL 1 ALL WE EVER 6ET IS JUNK MAIL I WERE, WE 60T SOME JUNK MAIL WITH VOUR NAME ON IT... ''WE MISS YOU,ANP WE THINK OF YOU NI6HT ANPPAY'.'..ANPIT'5 ON PINK STATIONERY..^ PROBABLY A TIRE COMPANY OR 50METHIN6 r\HI, CHUCK.. IS THAT YOU? I'M aLLIN6 BECAUSE A\ARCIE SAYS I HAVEN'T BEEN FAIR WITH ^OV... ^^ m SHE SAYS r TELL Yptt WE DON'T THINK AWAiT YOU AND THEN THAT WE ACTUALLY MISS YOU HAVE I BEEN UNFAIR, CHUCK?U)HAT DO YOU THINK? TELL ME.. RATES BOXED ADS $8.00 pr coiumn Incli par IHM UP TO 3 LINES 'a.^v'iox ?3 characters per lirw j 4S EA. ADOmONAL LINE. 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DUNN WRIGHT APPLIANCE Service, Sales & Parts of New & Used Appliances Reasonable Rates 650-5044 GUITAR LESSONS By Exp. Teacher $10/hr. Call 564-7718 All Your Lawn Care Needs! Inci. rtew lawns, sprinklers, renovation, cleanup and pruning. MICHAEL'S LAWN CARE 453-8252 YARDVARK'S LAWN AND MAINTENANCE ^ Professional Tree Trimming Serving BC, Green Valley & Henderson 294-1114 Pager 222-6926" 26845 27094 1 BLACK MOUNTAI PLUMBING SERVICE DRAIN CLEANING • ANING 1 FAST SERVICE HENDERSON BOULDER CITY 565-6749 uc #0019549 294-7713 y^>>>????????????J^?^^^^?J^?^^?/77777i Harry's Quality Painting 15 Years in Boulder City Interior/Exterior Residential/Commercial Acoustical Ceiling Repair Text Drywall Taping Texturing Wallpapering 293-1523 free Estimates Senior Discounts Lie Bonded Insured '//////////////?//???^??/^??////}//// Wi 1959 Lie. #214.0-19400 GENE'S TREE SERVICE Topping, Trimming. Removal Stump Grinding Fr.Mt FtlmiitP {164-2551 •TREE TRIMMING •FREE ESTIMATES MG GARDENING •RESIDENTIAL ft COMMERCIAL •EMERG PIPE ft VALVE REPAIR t SENIOR DISCOUNTS # LICEN^O LAWN MAINTENANCE SINCE 1984 564-6742 BATH TUB REPAIR Tubs and Sinks reglazed, chips repaired, Fiberglass ;-,^. „=,.aBd.fissre. -—--^ 564-2276 Giordano & Son Plumbing Service/Repair/Remodeling Reasonable Lie. 41679 558-7887 ABODE Lawn Maintenance Low Monthly Rates Henderson, GV, East LV 434-3424 Need a handyman? Need a plumber? Full roto rooter service! We do It all with best prices, service around tlie clock. FREE estimate & Sr. Discounts License No t-t-97-7900-0 BOULDER CITY HOME MAINT. SVC. Phone 293-2757 Pager 495-1717 GARAGE SALES HD MuHi-famiiy garage sale, Sat. &Sun.,7am-2 p.m., 120 W. Cypress Dr. HD Multi-Family Garage Sale Sat, 8 AM-12 Noon, 993 Broken Reed Gt., 566-4080 clothes & lots of misc. GS27597 HD Yard Sale, 6/28-6/ 29, at 1124 Spon of Kings Av.,2carseafs, 12mos.5 yrs., new lingerie various sizes & misc. BC-Yard Sale 1400 Nadine, 8 A-12 N, Sat., June 28fh to Benefit "Get on track". GS27594 BC, Sat., Yard Sale, 7-3, 626 Arrayo Wy., furn., book cases, ciressers, bed, sofas, car rims, TV & misc. items. GS27593 BC, Estate Sale, 60 yrs. of accumulated fum.,sm. appls., linens & collectibles, June 25th-28th, 7 AM-1 Pl^, 550 Wyoming St., 293-1104. BC-June 27tfi & 28th, 82, 1311 Nadine Way. Utility trailers, metal shelving, tools, furn., etc. BC-Garage Sale! 664 Otono8a-12p,6/27, Fri. & 6/^8, Sat. GS27654 BC Yard Sale, Sat, 6/28, 632 California St., 7-1. Vacuum, toys, clothes, crafts & lots more. HD Two Yard Sales! Sat. 7 AM-12 PM 248 Concho. Furn., household, etc. 263 Winona Dr. Very nice young ladies/womens clothing, sizes 3-5, asstd. dresses, shoes size 7. Come & See! GS27636 BC-Yard Sale, 6/28, 8 AM-12 PM, 788 Christina Dr. GS27642 Prepay for Garage Sale ad Running 1 week in our Henderson Home News ONLY While supply lasts, receive a FREE Garage Sale KH •6 Flourescent Signs •0 Prict Stickers •6 Directional Arrows •Marking Pens •InTcnIory Sheet •Tips for a Successfkil Sale NOT VALID WITH ANY OTHER SPECIALS GARAGE SALES BC-Sat.,June28th,8A2 P, 852 Marina Dr. NO EARLY BIRDS. GS27632 HD-MOVING SALE, 6/ 28 & 29, 6 AM-8 PM, 1661LatigoDr.(Sec.27, Equestrian & Thoroughbred) 2 complete water bed sets, XXL mens designer clothes, ladies items, S, M, L & XL, household items, furniture, kids stuff & more. HD Sat. & Sun., 6/28 & 6/29,313 W. Lake Mead, kids clothes, many misc. GS27605 HD Fri. thru. Sun. 6/27, 28th & 29th, 7 am-4 pm, 474 McBride Way, furn. &misc. items. GS27618 HD Yard Sale Fri. & Sat., 7 AM-1 PM, 117 Hickory St. (Lake Mead & Ivy) Orbit "21" table, bookcases, bar & 3 stools, sofa, chairs, exercise equip, and more. 565-0847. GS27393 HD Fri. thru Sun. 6/27, 28th & 29th, 7 am-4 pm, 474 McBride Way, fum. BC-3 Family Yard Sale 6/28 & 29, 656 Ave. D. 6:30 a.m. to 1;00 p.m. GS27606 BC-BIGMOVINCSALE June 28, too much to mention, 7 AI^, 533 5th St. GS27611 BC-Sat. 6/28, No sales before 8 AM. 609 Don VincenteDr. GS27610 BC Oak rocker, household items, many misc., 6/27-28, 529 Greenbriar PL. 9 A-5 P. GS27622 BC-Yard Sale, 6:30 am12:00 pm, Sat. 6/28,896 Fainway, appl., toys, etc. GS27644 ATTN. ALL CRAFTERS & ARTISTS It's time for the 4th Annual Arts & Craft Fair in Brian Head, UT. July 4 thru 6,1997. For an Entry Form or More Information Call (801) 677-2810. OLD FASHIONED FOURTH OF JULY IN BEAUTIFUL BRIAN HEAD, UT July 4-6,1997 4tli Annual Arts ft Crafts Festival July 4 Fireworks on the Mountain July S-6 Pancake Breakfast July 5 Star Gazing with Patrick Wiggins For More Information Call (801) 677-2810 MISCELLANEOUS Washers. Dryers $125 each 293-6101. BC. MI27205 49 OVERWEIGHT PEOPLE needed to lose weight and earn extra income. 1-800-4761690. M126397 MUST SELL! Large plate collection also 34 President's spoons w/2 maple racks, make offer, 564-3589. MI27600 Like new Tappan double oven range $150, 2932136. MI27588 Heavy duty extra capacity Maytag washer $115. 293-4294. M127581 New 4 wheel elec. Rascal w/canopy, cost $3,500, sell for $2,000, 293-1104. MI27554 NEW 4x8 utility trailer, all metal, $600, call 4389669. M127650 WOLFF TANNING BEDS. Tan at home. Buy direct and save! Commercial/Home units from $199. Low Monthly Payments. Free Color Catalog. Call Today 1-800842-1310. MI27497 76 Honda 750 motorcycle, $225; drop leaf tbi. & 4 chairs, $75; 5659490. MI27520 Like new Tappan elec. double oven range $150, 293-2 136. M127588 2 car gar. door, all hardware $75, piano $700, 3 matching bridesmaids dresses, 564-2796. Square kitchen tbI. + 4 chairs, $50; or maple tbI. lamps w/ruffled shades, $25; 565-0703. MI27637 MISCELLANEOUS "2 cemeteryTJIots in BC cemetery, $800 for pair or $450 separate, 7689655. MI27249 Cardioglide, never used, $200; spa, 8 jets with Whirlpool, 110V, $1700; 564-6583. MI27507 Wanted BC mementos, 30, 40, 50's HS year books. Old letterman jackets, leather football helmets, old photos of BC, etc. 293-6906. MI27615 pioncTTouisni Maggere mnd 59.95 CheekM tr M.a It: Edward J. Rick 526UmfradCLt33 Must sell! Like new 22 cu. ft., refrig. w/wtr., crushed & cubed ice dispenser, extra Ig. capacity washer/dfryer, $1500 for all 3. Daybed w/trundle, recliner, misc. household items,. 5654852. MI27626 MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS VIOLIN beautiful tone, $95, CELLO, ex. quality $595, both mint cond., w/ bow & case, 391-1348. PERSONALS LOOKING^ FOR 10 people to loseT0pouh'9s" and make $$$!!! Other products available for all health problems. Call toll free 1-888-827-8976 ext. 3 (24 hrs.). PE26789 20/20 WITHOUT GLASSES! Safe, rapid, non-surgical, permanent restoration in 6-8 weeks. Airline pilot developed. Doctor approved. Free information by mail: (800) 422-7320, ext. 222, (406) 961-5570, Fax (406) 9615577. http://www. visionfreedom.com SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. PE27496 DIABETICS! (Using Insulin) Did you know Medicare (or insurance) covers most supplies? Save money—call 1-800748-1662 Liberty Medical—Satisfaction Guaranteed. No H.M.O. members. Mention AFAAOO. PE27499 Thank you St. Jude.DLV. TOUCH YOUR FAVORITE CELEB exclusive insider info., FREE letters, pics, even memorabilia ...SendSASEplus$7to: Celebrity Connection, 100 S. Sunrise Way, Suite 360, Dept. #23109, PalmSpftng9,GA. 92262 PRAYER TO ST. JUNE, O Holy St. Jude, Apostle & Martyr, great in virtue & rich in miracles; near kinsman of Jesus Christ; faithful intercessor of all who invoke your special patronage in t4me of need; To you I have recourse from the depth of my heart & humbly beg to whom God has given such gr. power; To come to my assistance. Help me in my present & urgent petition, (insert special need) In return I promise to make your name known & cause you to be invoked. 3 Our Fathers, 3 Hail Marys, 3 Glorias. St. Jude, pray for us & all who invoke your.iid. Amen. (9 consecutive days plus promise of publication). Believe & if will wort< for you as it has for me and. countless others the world over. OA. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meets 7 days a wk. at 5 PM, Rec. Annex behind Boulder Dam Credit Union. ALAt^ON-ALATEEN M3-62t5 Ji^l WANT TO RENT OR BUY PERSONALS Thank you St. Jude, LM. PE24506 $$ FREE CASH NOW $$ from wealthy families unloading millions to help minimize their taxes. Write immediately: FQRTUNE, 37-75, 63rd St., #B-59, Woodside, NY1i377. PE27468 HEALTH & FITNESS ARTHRITIS PAIN RELIEF. 100% NATURAL EMU OIL. The application of EMU Oil aids in the relief of pain by reducing inflammation & swelling associated with 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 PETS/ANIMAL! LOST Female Belgian Shepherd, long hair, med. size, REWARD pis. call 565-3056. LF25406 Male dark Siamese beloved family cat missing since Sat., vicinity of Basic & Vlctory-HD, REWARD, 566-1585 anytime. LF27431 FURNITURE For sale, 5 pc. bdrm. set, matt. & box spring, washer & dryer, RCA Color console TV, call 293-3465 betweenSAM8 PM. MC27518 Thomasville bedroom set dresser, two night stands, headboard and double wide frame $325, 293-3114. MC27628 SUCCESS THE AMS WAY •HertMl Suppleinents •flatural Antll>lotlc afe Natural Weight •Free Samplei wHh consultatkxi •FuH or Rail Time Dlstribulon •Call Larry or VIvIa (702)45449(0 •Advantage Maflteting Systems, Inc. •These are some of our products >Ali-300, Shark Cartilage. CofloMal Plus •Super AnttoiMsnt, ColkiMal Slhfsr ANTIQUE Spaces avUSSIf^^" for dealers OLD TOWN ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES 1323 Arizona St. Boulder City 293-3975 LOST & FOUND FREE to gooo nome, fe^ male Siberian Husky found at Gordon McCaw Elem. a month ago. Has not been claimed. Very loving, good w/kids, loves to play and well-behaved, 558-1986. LF27443 FOUND female bik. lab mix, vie. BIk. Mtn. area, HD, 7-9 mos. old, 5584304. LF27483 LOST CAT. Male, white w/gray stripes. Last seen 6/14 near BIk. Mtn. Animal Hospital. Pis. call 565-9572 if found. PETS/ANIMALS Free kittens, 6 wks. old, 565-5031. PA27616 AKC registered adorable Scottie puppies. Born 4/ 27/97, males & females, 682-1364. PA27612 Male Shetland Sh.eep-. dog, blue merle, 1 1/2 yrs. old. Champion line. $300. 263-2629 after 5 p.m. BETTY HORN ANIMAL .ADOPTIONS will take in any unwanted pets, by appt. only. Dog & cat adoptions avail. Desperately need any unwanted freezer meat, will pick up. Call 361-2484. PA27537 English Pointer line bred pups. Exc. hunting stock. Whelped 5/18/97. Champion blood lines. $225 ea., 520-692-0962, Kingman, AZ. after 5 pm. FREE to a good home, 2 female beagles, spayed, excel, family dog, 2638789. PA27526 Young male Pit Bull FREE to a good home, call 565-0968. PA25176 BRITTANY SPANIELS, AKC Championbred pups, ex. hunting or house pet, ready now, 564-9441. PA26684 AKCTInyToy poodles, 8 wks. old, shots & groomed, ready to go, male/female. 263-7988. FREE to good home, 3 beautiful 6 wk. old kittens, call 566-4920. WANT TO RENT OR BUY GIVING LIFE MINISTRIES has lost their building and needs building or land. If you would consider donating or selling at low price, call 565-4984 or 565-7379. ENTERTAINMENT VOICE PIANO DRAMA LESSONS > *J< 7 md ue QMary, P i u t M liii M l I— c h n r irmond • Cm Con Muatcal Aits ttuo Openings eveilable pfwnenowto, appt 565-8469 rj /j^/fif lilU\\\Xg HUD/FHA Moftga9e Refunds. No experierKe Own hours Call 24-7 days. 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Schuiz I'M WRITIN6 TO CHUCK TO TELL HIM MOU) MUCH WE MISS HIM, ANPHOCO WE THINK OF HIM NI6HT AND PAY... IM60IN6T0F0OLHIM..IM, USINfiPlNK STATIONERY50HELL THINK IT'S A LOVE LETTER.. I [X)N'T THINK VOI)'RE0EIN6 FAIR TO CHARLES, SIR.. ONE PAY VOU TELL HIM WE'RE NOT THINKIN6 OF HIM ..THE NEXT DM SOU TELL HIM U/E MISS HIM.. JONK MAIL 1 ALL WE EVER 6ET IS JUNK MAIL I WERE, WE 60T SOME JUNK MAIL WITH VOUR NAME ON IT... ''WE MISS YOU,ANP WE THINK OF YOU NI6HT ANPPAY'.'..ANPIT'5 ON PINK STATIONERY..^ PROBABLY A TIRE COMPANY OR 50METHIN6 r\HI, CHUCK.. IS THAT YOU? I'M aLLIN6 BECAUSE A\ARCIE SAYS I HAVEN'T BEEN FAIR WITH ^OV... ^^ m SHE SAYS r TELL Yptt WE DON'T THINK AWAiT YOU AND THEN THAT WE ACTUALLY MISS YOU HAVE I BEEN UNFAIR, CHUCK?U)HAT DO YOU THINK? TELL ME.. RATES BOXED ADS $8.00 pr coiumn Incli par IHM UP TO 3 LINES 'a.^v'iox ?3 characters per lirw j 4S EA. ADOmONAL LINE. (OIK lime pkli-up rair H $3.00 up lo 3 lints iiMl ISl per idditioiial liiw.l (Gren Valley Piiis Pid( up Rales Boxed ads = $3 00 p c i per issue Line ads : 13 00 per line up to 3 imes per issue Cash Billed Rale Rate 3 lines 51=50 ^ 16.85 4 lines $6.95 •$7.30 Slides $7.40 '$7.75 6 lines.. $7.65 '$8.20 7 lines $8.30 '$8.65 8 lines $8.75 '$9.10 9 lines $9.20 •%9.ii 10 lines $9.65 IIO.OO 'r'ius PDsljgi u(ti iiTM MM itaf nw M*9 WO ctSH WfunDSn.PiiiAMI mij CLASSIFIED Published Tuesdays, Thursdays NOW ACCEFTING QD91 PLEASE READ YOUR AD FOR ERRORS Ihe lirsi day II appears H BC Put)licalions.lncassumesnoresponsibilitvAn"ERTHEFIRSTINSERIION, nor lor errors nol aflectmg Ihe value of Ihe ad All claims lor seltlemenl adiuslmenft must be made within 12 days alter expiration ol ad. Henderson Home News 564-1881 •435-7700 Hours; Monday thru Friday 8 4 Boulder City News 293-2302 Hours: Monday Ihru Friday 8 4 DEADLINES Henderson Home News Tuesday's Issue 4:00 P.M. FRIDAY Henderson Home News • Boulder City News Thursday's Issue 12:00 NOON TUESDAY PREPAYMENTS: Yard. Garage, ar^Movir\gSates require caih tn advance (Exception subscnbers) Out-oltown and oul-olslale atso require prepayment PROFESSIONAL SERVICES Somethings Fishy. Setup marine, tropical aquarium maintenance. One time or monthly service. Lee 293-'1620, please leave mess. PS27584 FREE INTERNET information for your business. Web Sites, Home Pages and Classified. In the best Mall. Call or Email (909) 276-7787 or www. 73240 .655 CompuServe.com. PS21226 Budget painting, commerc. & resid. Painting, patios, decks, home repair SVC Call 558-8380/ 393-5304. PS22543 Computer/secretarial $ervice. Letters, flyers, newsletters, billing. Professional results, excellent rates. Fax 434-0224, phone 451-1239. YOU NAME IT WE DO IT 'Residential 'Commercial 'Remodel Ca//294-1039 or Ce//#496-1990 Contractors Lie. No. 0014412 Z^ZJ;.. GENE'S CARPET CLEANING and WINDOW CLEANING Res. & Comm. 564-8055 if • Painting • • Painting • • *lnterlor/Exterior* • Low Low PricesCall 434-1979 Any Time ** Painting** Interior/Exterior Low Low Prices Call 434-1979 LICENSED PLUMBER We give you great prices, great service & best work. Service around the clock. BOULDER CITY HOME MAINT. SVC. Call for FREE estimate Phone 293-2757 Pager 495-1717 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES We move res. & comm. Free estimates, we load/ unload rental trucks anywhere in town. 565-9675 or Beep 599-0652. We clean your garage & dispose of unwanted clutter. Call Dave for FREE ESTIIVlATES, 5655668. PS26421 Lawn maintenance. Mowing, edging & cleanup. Sprinkler repair & landscaping installation. Call 898-1549 ask for Dennis. PS27565 No Time for your Lawn? Specializing in all phases of Landscape maint.. Irrigation & renovation rock/sod, old/new Michaels 453-8252 •••••••••* ^ Hauling & ^ ^General Clean-up-Ar • Call for if if Free Estimates -k • 450-5342 -k •••••••••• CONCRETE & MASONRY 564-1487 MASONRY, INC. PAINTING Lowest Prices Interior/Exterior 564-3073 OK GATES Specializing in Wrought Iron Call Chris or Keith 393-5323 Beeper J.P.S. LTD PAINTING 17 years-Vegas-He nd., Boulder WE'RE THE BEST 898-1329 Lie, Bonded i txleflor PreMure Wash Cnilk Scraped Stucco Patch Water Proof (Aa needed) 100^ Acrylic Paint Brush, Roll Hv #9 tt #rr MfNT Int. ossse Interior Caulk All Doora WIndowa Baae Botrda Patch Holea Kill Stalna ICI Paint i Spray W9 ^o H tor It99 CUSTOM BOAT COVERS • BIMINi TOPS FRAMEWORK • INTERIORS • TRACTOR SEATS CARL'S Upholstery AUTO'RV* MARINE CRAFT Free Estimates 728 Canyon Rd., Boulder City, NV 89005 Beeper 252-1339 .(702)293-0591 20101 MikFbat HANDYMAN Call Roy COMPLETE HOME MAINTENANCE, REPAIRS & IMPROVEMENTS 294-6214 I'j-r: COAXES PAINTING CO. • COMMERCIAURESIDEmiAL • PAINTING • DECK COATINGS • STUCCO AND DRYWALL REPAIR • ELASTOMERIC COATINGS 10% SENIOR DISCOUNT • FREE ESTIMATES • 20 YRS. REUABLE PROFESSIONAL SERVICE • NV. UC. 40t66 CALL DAVE COATES 293-5525-264-4018 Pager PLUMBING & DRAIN SERVICE Tubs, sinks, showers unclogged. Faucets, disposals, toilet repairs. Low rates! Since 1949 SALVITALE 263-8844 lU B.C CAMVflS SPECIfllTIES, Inc. •Boot Topi I Covin •Auto a Truck apholilory • Hoot krlorion •Tepi. Corpot B trkn •FuRiltura apholttoiy • Spoclolty Bo(i B Covon •RV. Upholilon on4 Trim II B Covon •apholittry B Gomni Sopplloi 7C2/29ah4509 O en U.1 SIS a VM Fieewoy In aeciWer Oly, Ne*a4< aWOS WE CAN GET RID OF UNWANTED COLOR LOSS SPOTS ON YOUR CARPET, RIST! Our exclusive Prism • carpel spot color repair syslem restores and matches the original dye cotor per teclly-miles your crpet look like new • The Prism System s itie most aOvvceu meihod ol dye apptcilion on ihemxliei • Dye colors n perniaiem Ike inur cvpet s ongad cobr •Nowatng mfconcvpets ntmeitalely aMer cotx repu P^^M '<£ fMWttitmtimuMm. Vbf6ow' CERTIFIED CARPET COLORlST GENE'S CARPET CLEANING 564-8055 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES Home & office cleaning, 3 uality work, fair prices, ay, week or monthly rate, call Kathleen at 5669266. PS27438 Do you need help organizing your office, or setting up a new office? Experienced. Call 4511239. PS25697 ••••••••••• M&R LAWN CARE Reasonable rates Licensed 568-1872 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES RELIABLE HOUSE CLEANING Licensed, ref., reas. rates, 2937049. PS275 57 Handyman Repairs/ Home Improvements, James, 293-4869 or page 598-7625. PS27575 Complete residential cleaning, free in home estimate, licensed, 5657333. PS27463 LICENSED HANDY MAN Complete home repairs Rick at 564-7488 or pager 599-7474 COMPUm INSTALLATION AMAINTKNANa Fruttrcrtad with your computor? We can helpl Troubleshooting, Modlficotiom, IntlrucHon. (Internet, Word Processing, Operating System, etc.) NM 5tt Oms^n and Malnl9nan€. Very reosonoble rates. Coll Ed at: Digital by Design 558-433S HOME IMPROVEMENT '^-COTTmrefdafiantS "RgstdShiiat GENERAL REMODELING AND NEW EDITION Rooling • Carpentry • Concrete • Plumbing Tile • Interior / Exterior Plastering • Electrical Free Estimate & Satisfaction Guaranteed RATKO MIRIC 702-434-6096 E&MOORE CLEARLY WINDOW CLEANING Reasonable Rates 26846 Jeff Kincaid • 294-1114 or 222-6926 Serving Henderson, Green Valley & Boulder City 27209 HOWARD HELDERLEIN CONSTRUCTION Commercial • Residential • Remodels and Additions Licen.se #021013 565-0874 ^ THE CAVANAUGH'S PAINTING Interior/Exterior Free Est/mafes 294-1422 ^'(^^"^^ BOULDER CITY CARPET CARE Carpet Cleaning specialists, upholstery, auto, boat, RV interior^ 24 hr. service, Carpet & fabric protection. Soft water for cleaner, soffer carpets. 293-4148 27095 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES Odd jobs, handyman, painting, carpentry, most anything, call 450-7786. DUNN WRIGHT APPLIANCE Service, Sales & Parts of New & Used Appliances Reasonable Rates 650-5044 GUITAR LESSONS By Exp. Teacher $10/hr. Call 564-7718 All Your Lawn Care Needs! Inci. rtew lawns, sprinklers, renovation, cleanup and pruning. MICHAEL'S LAWN CARE 453-8252 YARDVARK'S LAWN AND MAINTENANCE ^ Professional Tree Trimming Serving BC, Green Valley & Henderson 294-1114 Pager 222-6926" 26845 27094 1 BLACK MOUNTAI PLUMBING SERVICE DRAIN CLEANING • ANING 1 FAST SERVICE HENDERSON BOULDER CITY 565-6749 uc #0019549 294-7713 y^>>>????????????J^?^^^^?J^?^^?/77777i Harry's Quality Painting 15 Years in Boulder City Interior/Exterior Residential/Commercial Acoustical Ceiling Repair Text Drywall Taping Texturing Wallpapering 293-1523 free Estimates Senior Discounts Lie Bonded Insured '//////////////?//???^??/^??////}//// Wi 1959 Lie. #214.0-19400 GENE'S TREE SERVICE Topping, Trimming. Removal Stump Grinding Fr.Mt FtlmiitP {164-2551 •TREE TRIMMING •FREE ESTIMATES MG GARDENING •RESIDENTIAL ft COMMERCIAL •EMERG PIPE ft VALVE REPAIR t SENIOR DISCOUNTS # LICEN^O LAWN MAINTENANCE SINCE 1984 564-6742 BATH TUB REPAIR Tubs and Sinks reglazed, chips repaired, Fiberglass ;-,^. „=,.aBd.fissre. -—--^ 564-2276 Giordano & Son Plumbing Service/Repair/Remodeling Reasonable Lie. 41679 558-7887 ABODE Lawn Maintenance Low Monthly Rates Henderson, GV, East LV 434-3424 Need a handyman? Need a plumber? Full roto rooter service! We do It all with best prices, service around tlie clock. FREE estimate & Sr. Discounts License No t-t-97-7900-0 BOULDER CITY HOME MAINT. SVC. Phone 293-2757 Pager 495-1717 GARAGE SALES HD MuHi-famiiy garage sale, Sat. &Sun.,7am-2 p.m., 120 W. Cypress Dr. HD Multi-Family Garage Sale Sat, 8 AM-12 Noon, 993 Broken Reed Gt., 566-4080 clothes & lots of misc. GS27597 HD Yard Sale, 6/28-6/ 29, at 1124 Spon of Kings Av.,2carseafs, 12mos.5 yrs., new lingerie various sizes & misc. BC-Yard Sale 1400 Nadine, 8 A-12 N, Sat., June 28fh to Benefit "Get on track". GS27594 BC, Sat., Yard Sale, 7-3, 626 Arrayo Wy., furn., book cases, ciressers, bed, sofas, car rims, TV & misc. items. GS27593 BC, Estate Sale, 60 yrs. of accumulated fum.,sm. appls., linens & collectibles, June 25th-28th, 7 AM-1 Pl^, 550 Wyoming St., 293-1104. BC-June 27tfi & 28th, 82, 1311 Nadine Way. Utility trailers, metal shelving, tools, furn., etc. BC-Garage Sale! 664 Otono8a-12p,6/27, Fri. & 6/^8, Sat. GS27654 BC Yard Sale, Sat, 6/28, 632 California St., 7-1. Vacuum, toys, clothes, crafts & lots more. HD Two Yard Sales! Sat. 7 AM-12 PM 248 Concho. Furn., household, etc. 263 Winona Dr. Very nice young ladies/womens clothing, sizes 3-5, asstd. dresses, shoes size 7. Come & See! GS27636 BC-Yard Sale, 6/28, 8 AM-12 PM, 788 Christina Dr. GS27642 Prepay for Garage Sale ad Running 1 week in our Henderson Home News ONLY While supply lasts, receive a FREE Garage Sale KH •6 Flourescent Signs •0 Prict Stickers •6 Directional Arrows •Marking Pens •InTcnIory Sheet •Tips for a Successfkil Sale NOT VALID WITH ANY OTHER SPECIALS GARAGE SALES BC-Sat.,June28th,8A2 P, 852 Marina Dr. NO EARLY BIRDS. GS27632 HD-MOVING SALE, 6/ 28 & 29, 6 AM-8 PM, 1661LatigoDr.(Sec.27, Equestrian & Thoroughbred) 2 complete water bed sets, XXL mens designer clothes, ladies items, S, M, L & XL, household items, furniture, kids stuff & more. HD Sat. & Sun., 6/28 & 6/29,313 W. Lake Mead, kids clothes, many misc. GS27605 HD Fri. thru. Sun. 6/27, 28th & 29th, 7 am-4 pm, 474 McBride Way, furn. &misc. items. GS27618 HD Yard Sale Fri. & Sat., 7 AM-1 PM, 117 Hickory St. (Lake Mead & Ivy) Orbit "21" table, bookcases, bar & 3 stools, sofa, chairs, exercise equip, and more. 565-0847. GS27393 HD Fri. thru Sun. 6/27, 28th & 29th, 7 am-4 pm, 474 McBride Way, fum. BC-3 Family Yard Sale 6/28 & 29, 656 Ave. D. 6:30 a.m. to 1;00 p.m. GS27606 BC-BIGMOVINCSALE June 28, too much to mention, 7 AI^, 533 5th St. GS27611 BC-Sat. 6/28, No sales before 8 AM. 609 Don VincenteDr. GS27610 BC Oak rocker, household items, many misc., 6/27-28, 529 Greenbriar PL. 9 A-5 P. GS27622 BC-Yard Sale, 6:30 am12:00 pm, Sat. 6/28,896 Fainway, appl., toys, etc. GS27644 ATTN. ALL CRAFTERS & ARTISTS It's time for the 4th Annual Arts & Craft Fair in Brian Head, UT. July 4 thru 6,1997. For an Entry Form or More Information Call (801) 677-2810. OLD FASHIONED FOURTH OF JULY IN BEAUTIFUL BRIAN HEAD, UT July 4-6,1997 4tli Annual Arts ft Crafts Festival July 4 Fireworks on the Mountain July S-6 Pancake Breakfast July 5 Star Gazing with Patrick Wiggins For More Information Call (801) 677-2810 MISCELLANEOUS Washers. Dryers $125 each 293-6101. BC. MI27205 49 OVERWEIGHT PEOPLE needed to lose weight and earn extra income. 1-800-4761690. M126397 MUST SELL! Large plate collection also 34 President's spoons w/2 maple racks, make offer, 564-3589. MI27600 Like new Tappan double oven range $150, 2932136. MI27588 Heavy duty extra capacity Maytag washer $115. 293-4294. M127581 New 4 wheel elec. Rascal w/canopy, cost $3,500, sell for $2,000, 293-1104. MI27554 NEW 4x8 utility trailer, all metal, $600, call 4389669. M127650 WOLFF TANNING BEDS. Tan at home. Buy direct and save! Commercial/Home units from $199. Low Monthly Payments. Free Color Catalog. Call Today 1-800842-1310. MI27497 76 Honda 750 motorcycle, $225; drop leaf tbi. & 4 chairs, $75; 5659490. MI27520 Like new Tappan elec. double oven range $150, 293-2 136. M127588 2 car gar. door, all hardware $75, piano $700, 3 matching bridesmaids dresses, 564-2796. Square kitchen tbI. + 4 chairs, $50; or maple tbI. lamps w/ruffled shades, $25; 565-0703. MI27637 MISCELLANEOUS "2 cemeteryTJIots in BC cemetery, $800 for pair or $450 separate, 7689655. MI27249 Cardioglide, never used, $200; spa, 8 jets with Whirlpool, 110V, $1700; 564-6583. MI27507 Wanted BC mementos, 30, 40, 50's HS year books. Old letterman jackets, leather football helmets, old photos of BC, etc. 293-6906. MI27615 pioncTTouisni Maggere mnd 59.95 CheekM tr M.a It: Edward J. Rick 526UmfradCLt33 Must sell! Like new 22 cu. ft., refrig. w/wtr., crushed & cubed ice dispenser, extra Ig. capacity washer/dfryer, $1500 for all 3. Daybed w/trundle, recliner, misc. household items,. 5654852. MI27626 MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS VIOLIN beautiful tone, $95, CELLO, ex. quality $595, both mint cond., w/ bow & case, 391-1348. PERSONALS LOOKING^ FOR 10 people to loseT0pouh'9s" and make $$$!!! Other products available for all health problems. Call toll free 1-888-827-8976 ext. 3 (24 hrs.). PE26789 20/20 WITHOUT GLASSES! Safe, rapid, non-surgical, permanent restoration in 6-8 weeks. Airline pilot developed. Doctor approved. Free information by mail: (800) 422-7320, ext. 222, (406) 961-5570, Fax (406) 9615577. http://www. visionfreedom.com SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. PE27496 DIABETICS! (Using Insulin) Did you know Medicare (or insurance) covers most supplies? Save money—call 1-800748-1662 Liberty Medical—Satisfaction Guaranteed. No H.M.O. members. Mention AFAAOO. PE27499 Thank you St. Jude.DLV. TOUCH YOUR FAVORITE CELEB exclusive insider info., FREE letters, pics, even memorabilia ...SendSASEplus$7to: Celebrity Connection, 100 S. Sunrise Way, Suite 360, Dept. #23109, PalmSpftng9,GA. 92262 PRAYER TO ST. JUNE, O Holy St. Jude, Apostle & Martyr, great in virtue & rich in miracles; near kinsman of Jesus Christ; faithful intercessor of all who invoke your special patronage in t4me of need; To you I have recourse from the depth of my heart & humbly beg to whom God has given such gr. power; To come to my assistance. Help me in my present & urgent petition, (insert special need) In return I promise to make your name known & cause you to be invoked. 3 Our Fathers, 3 Hail Marys, 3 Glorias. St. Jude, pray for us & all who invoke your.iid. Amen. (9 consecutive days plus promise of publication). Believe & if will wort< for you as it has for me and. countless others the world over. OA. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meets 7 days a wk. at 5 PM, Rec. Annex behind Boulder Dam Credit Union. ALAt^ON-ALATEEN M3-62t5 Ji^l WANT TO RENT OR BUY PERSONALS Thank you St. Jude, LM. PE24506 $$ FREE CASH NOW $$ from wealthy families unloading millions to help minimize their taxes. Write immediately: FQRTUNE, 37-75, 63rd St., #B-59, Woodside, NY1i377. PE27468 HEALTH & FITNESS ARTHRITIS PAIN RELIEF. 100% NATURAL EMU OIL. The application of EMU Oil aids in the relief of pain by reducing inflammation & swelling associated with 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 PETS/ANIMAL! LOST Female Belgian Shepherd, long hair, med. size, REWARD pis. call 565-3056. LF25406 Male dark Siamese beloved family cat missing since Sat., vicinity of Basic & Vlctory-HD, REWARD, 566-1585 anytime. LF27431 FURNITURE For sale, 5 pc. bdrm. set, matt. & box spring, washer & dryer, RCA Color console TV, call 293-3465 betweenSAM8 PM. MC27518 Thomasville bedroom set dresser, two night stands, headboard and double wide frame $325, 293-3114. MC27628 SUCCESS THE AMS WAY •HertMl Suppleinents •flatural Antll>lotlc afe Natural Weight •Free Samplei wHh consultatkxi •FuH or Rail Time Dlstribulon •Call Larry or VIvIa (702)45449(0 •Advantage Maflteting Systems, Inc. •These are some of our products >Ali-300, Shark Cartilage. CofloMal Plus •Super AnttoiMsnt, ColkiMal Slhfsr ANTIQUE Spaces avUSSIf^^" for dealers OLD TOWN ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES 1323 Arizona St. Boulder City 293-3975 LOST & FOUND FREE to gooo nome, fe^ male Siberian Husky found at Gordon McCaw Elem. a month ago. Has not been claimed. Very loving, good w/kids, loves to play and well-behaved, 558-1986. LF27443 FOUND female bik. lab mix, vie. BIk. Mtn. area, HD, 7-9 mos. old, 5584304. LF27483 LOST CAT. Male, white w/gray stripes. Last seen 6/14 near BIk. Mtn. Animal Hospital. Pis. call 565-9572 if found. PETS/ANIMALS Free kittens, 6 wks. old, 565-5031. PA27616 AKC registered adorable Scottie puppies. Born 4/ 27/97, males & females, 682-1364. PA27612 Male Shetland Sh.eep-. dog, blue merle, 1 1/2 yrs. old. Champion line. $300. 263-2629 after 5 p.m. BETTY HORN ANIMAL .ADOPTIONS will take in any unwanted pets, by appt. only. Dog & cat adoptions avail. Desperately need any unwanted freezer meat, will pick up. Call 361-2484. PA27537 English Pointer line bred pups. Exc. hunting stock. Whelped 5/18/97. Champion blood lines. $225 ea., 520-692-0962, Kingman, AZ. after 5 pm. FREE to a good home, 2 female beagles, spayed, excel, family dog, 2638789. PA27526 Young male Pit Bull FREE to a good home, call 565-0968. PA25176 BRITTANY SPANIELS, AKC Championbred pups, ex. hunting or house pet, ready now, 564-9441. PA26684 AKCTInyToy poodles, 8 wks. old, shots & groomed, ready to go, male/female. 263-7988. FREE to good home, 3 beautiful 6 wk. old kittens, call 566-4920. WANT TO RENT OR BUY GIVING LIFE MINISTRIES has lost their building and needs building or land. If you would consider donating or selling at low price, call 565-4984 or 565-7379. ENTERTAINMENT VOICE PIANO DRAMA LESSONS > *J< 7 md ue QMary, P i u t M liii M l I— c h n r irmond • Cm Con Muatcal Aits ttuo Openings eveilable pfwnenowto, appt 565-8469 rj /j^/fif lilU\\\Xg HUD/FHA Moftga9e Refunds. No experierKe Own hours Call 24-7 days. 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• • • • • • • • • • • • iiVViiV mmmmmmm Page 16 Panorama Thursday, June 26, 1997 Thursday, June 26, 1997 Panorama Pag* 17 HELP WANTED SALESHtRSON—MARINE needed for Marine accessories, including wakeboards, water skis, etc. Start $8/hr. + commission. Marine Products Pro Shop, 702-456-0122 (Las Vegas). HW17379 REPORTER-AWARD WINNING weekly paper near Lake Tahoe needs a reporter to cover news and features. Photo skills a plus. Send resume and samples to: The Sierra Sun, c/o Peter Kostes, P.O. Box 2973, Truckee, CA 96160 OUTSIDE DISPLAY ADVERTISING SALE REP needed: Background in newspaper advertising helpful. Commission against draw. Own transportation & insured, full time position. Apply in person: HBC Publications, 2 Commerce GentefDr..HEND.HW27536 SIOOO's POSSIBLE Line cook-egg man, very busy coffee shop. Apply in person only, 558 Nevada Hwy.', EC. Excel, pay for experienced. HW26489 ROAD SUPERVISORChurchill County, NV., seeks qualified candidates for position of Road Supervisor to coordinate road dept. functions. For information, contact (702)423-5136. Location! Location! Location! Real Estate Agents needed for the .jigyyestaidbuaiesi/Jfiieft.. in Henderson. 100% or splits. Call Ellie for confidential interview. 5668185 at Knapp Realty Bldr. Hwy. HW27171 Receptionist/Front Office Highly motivated individual with good phone skills. Computer knowledge a must. Rewarding opportunity for a hardworking applicant who has excellent PR skills. Nutrition knowledge also helpful. Call Healthy Connections between 6 am-5 pm at 454-6078 or Fax your resume to 454-5910. INSURANCE CLAIMS REP. No experience necessary. $20+ per hour commission. Local work. For more info., call (818) 786-8958. HW27484 REPRESENTATIVE FOR HIGH school international students and host families. Experience required, be willing to host. Call 1 (800) 3883013. HW27485 DRIVERS —VAN/ FLATBED 48 STATE •pTR. Assigned new -.flonventionals, competitive pay, benefits. $1000. Sign on bonus, Rider —program, flexible time off. Call Roadrunner Truckinq. 1-800-876-7784. ADVERTISING PRODUCTION—WE€KLY newspaper near Lake Tahoe needs a full-time person. Ad layout and design experience preferred. Call Brian Arington: (916) 5876061, Fax 587-3763. DRIVERS WESTWAY EXPRESS OTR up to.30 CPM plus bonuses. Owner/ops, company teams and solo. $0 down lease purchase. Chuck James 1-800-916-8959 www.wwexpress.com. Gen. office, data entry, counter help, P/FT, will train energetic person. Mt. Vista & Tropicana, 435-3000. HW27450 Secretarial/Domestic; fast pace, multi-dimensional, eccentric television producer/investment entrepreneur seeks unoverwhelmable, genuine, energetic, organized assistant. (GV) Help! $20K+. 547-3640. PRESSER needed for BC cleaners, will train, 1406 Nevada Hwy., BC 293-6574. HW26978 Auto Parts counter person needed in BC, FT, must have exp., Jriad computer sys., call Brian, 293-2193. HW27366 Mature & friendly Counter person. Apply at Frosty Freeze, BC. HW27433 TEACHERS needed, PT summer hrs. avail., also looking for SUBSTITUTES, college students welcome, call 456-7008 or 565-0007. HW27444 COOK wanted, no exp. neces.. will train, $6/hr. Apply in person: THE PIT STOP, 802 Buchanan, BC HW27596 SALES ALLIGATORS. Sales Pros with skin thKker than en alligator and the attitude of an angel. $100K + reskJodi and not insurance. (310) 542-1565. HW20777 TOW DRIVERS, Full Time Avail. Exp. preferred but not riecessary. Must be clean cut. have valid Nevada driver's license with current DMV printout. Must live in BC. Apply in person at 705 Junipar Way, BC HW27e48 HELP WANTEt) Drivers needed for vehicle test program. $5.25/ hr.Mustbeover21.Have valid NV drivers license, no points. CDL preference. Retirees encouraged. Write to: Driver, 520 W. Sunset, Suite 6, Hend., NV 89015. HW27252 Busser wanted, HS age OK. Must be DEPENDABLE. Eve. Carios", 2935828. HW27439 Hend. Group Home for teenage girls is in need PT grave yd. staff & a swing shift staff. Must be dedicated to helping youth. For more info, call 565-0688 • or send resume to 215 Palo Verde, HD, NV. 89015. HW27453 Veterinary clinic hiringfor PT RECEPTIONIST & OFFICE MGR., salary DOE. Pis. apply in person at 700 Nevada Hwy., BC, 294-0001. HW27601 FT ACCOUNTANT, tax exper. required, phone & people skills a must, audit exper. avail., reply w/ resume: Box Holder, PO Box 90628, Henderson, NV 89009. HW22143 ACC6lJNTAWr Fulltime position availablefor individual to perform a variety of accounting duties for Henderson Active Adult Community Association. Responsible for standard journal entries, financial statements, supervision of in Accounting needed. Abacus software a plus. Proficient in Lotus. Four years minimum accounting experience with fund/non-profit accounting and supervisory experience helpful. Fax or send resume to: Del Webb MacDonald Ranch Community Assoc., Attn. Accounting Supervisor, 2020 W. Horizon Ridge Parkway, Hend., NV 89012. Fax resume to: 270-7010. Call 270-7000 (press 0) for directions to office. Equal Opportunity Employer/Drug-Free Workshop. HW27223 Secretary-Assist. Entrepreneur 20-30 hrs. wk. Know basic computer internet a plus. Must like Lake Mead, 568-6838. PROJECT ENGINEER II UTIUTIES. SALARY: $54,176.25-$65,824.15/ year. REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university in Civil Engineering, Environmental Engineering or a closely related fieldand three (3) years of responsible, diversified experience in a civil engineering environrrrent, with at least one (1) year of experience working with large municipal water and wastewater treatment facilities and conveyance systems, OR an equivalent combination of closely related training and experience. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Must possess a valid Nevada driver's license, and maintain a satisfactory driving record. Must possess registration as a Professional Engineer with the State of Nevada OR be able to obtain such registration through reciprocity within six (6) months of the date of hire. All required licenses and certificates must be obtained and maintained at the incumbent's expense. WHERE TO APPLY: City application form must be submitted to and received by the Personnel Department, Room 200, City Hall, 240 Water Street. Henderson, NV 89015, no later than Thursday, August 7, 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. Emptoyment packet MUST be obtained from the Personnel Department; resumesonlyWILL 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 OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. HELP WANTED PERSONAL ASSISTANT, PT, approx. 20 hrs./wk. Self-starter, well organized, must know Word Perfect. Good phone skills. Call for interview 263-0270. HW27461 HELP WANTED TEACHING POSITIONS: Full-time/parttime elementary and junior high openings for fall '97 at the Christian Center School, 571 Adams. (293-7773). 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, 7:30 A.M. TO 5:30 P.M. SMOKE-FREE WORK ENVIRONMENT. AN AFFIRMATIVE ACTION OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. GREEN VALLEY SECURITY, LV & Hend., now hiring F/PT officers.. $5.00-$7.00 based upon exp. & position, unarmed & armed, we will train. Apply in person, 6135 HARRISON, #3, J^-F or call 261 -0440, 24 hours. LASORATOnV TECH-' NOLOGIST 6 years g eneralist experience, trengths: Microbiology and chemistry. Shared call. Excellent benefits, • relocation expenses negotiable. Battle Mountain General Hospital. Contact: Nancy Medford 702635-2550. HW26114 Daycare needed ASAP my HD home. 5:30 am8:30 am, M-F, 564-3403. PLANNING ANALYST I. Salary Range: $36,914.66-42,083.75/ year. Requirements (Education and/or Experience): Completion of a four-year college curriculum with major work in Planning, or a related field, and one (1) year of planning experience similar to that of a Planning Technician in the City of Henderson OR any equivalent combination of closely related training and experience. Special Requirements: Possession of, or the ability to obtain, an appropriate Nevada Driver's License, and maintenance of a satisfactory driving record. Apply at: City application fomn must be submitted to and received by the Personnel Department, Room 200, City Hall, 240 Water Street, Henderson, Nevada 89015, no later than Monday, July 21, 1997, by 5:00 p.m., to be considered for this recruit-g^. f, —j „^^„ ment. NO APPUCAAiriineEmployment!$ra Typist, knowledge of marketing & advertising, FT/PT, 260-6807: Security officers for apts. $6/hr. to start, call 2610440. 24 hours. HOUSEKEEPER NEEDED. Part time. Please apply: Nevada Inn Motel. BC HW27203 DESK CLERK exp. only, swing shift, 3-11 pm & PT avail. Apply only in person, 8 am-1 pm at Best Western Lake Mead, 85 W. Lake Mead Dr., HD. HW26756 tions, skilled/unskilled. Excellent pay/benefits. CallM-F,8am-9pmCST (504) 429-9229, Ext. 3896A24. HW27129 Casa Floras Mexican Restaurant now takina applications for PT WAITER/WAITRESSES & BUS PERSON, experienced preferred. Apply in person at 930 NV. Hwy., BC, after 4 PM. HW27403 INTERNATIONAL COMPANY SEEKS p/t, f/t people for work at home. Up. to $700/week. No experience. Will train, 1 (800) 732-0390. HW27464 WE NEED YOU. Like giving advice to others? Available to work minimum 20 hours per week? Work from home no investment you choose hours! New $10-$15/ hour guaranteed and proven. Call Garth (702) 566-1163 or Scott (702) 655-9337. HW27467 I NEED HELP! Overwhelmed! Will help you get started! Earn 5-1 Ok per month P/T. Fantastic support! No selling. Not MLM. 2 minute message. 1-800-322-7169, ext. 6137. HW27472 DRIVERS!! $700 HIREON bonus! Long haul flatbed positions. All KW conventionals. Start at .25 cents all miles paid. Benefits + bonuses. Class A CDL. 23 yrs. TSE. 1-800-548-3120 X: F112. HW27474 JOHN DEERE/NEW HOLLAND dealer looking for experienced field and shop technicians. Excellent benefits pkg. Salary DOE. Call (702) 463-3535 for more info. PROJECT ENGINEER I TRAFFIC. SALARY: $49,039.52-$59,583.01/ year. REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university in Civil Engineering, Traffic or Transportation and three (3) years engineering experience relating to planning, designing and/ or maintaining traffic devices, streets and street lighting OR an equivalent combination of closely related training and experience. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Must possess a valid Nevada driver's license at the time of appointment and maintain a satisfactory driving record. Incumbents are eligible to progress to Project Engineer II upon possession of registration as Professional Engineer with the State of Nevada. All required licenses and certificates must be obtained and maintained at the incumbent's expense. WHERE TO APPLY: City application and supplemental application forms must be submitted to and received by the Personnel Department, Room 200, City Hall, 240 Water Street, Henderson, NV 89015. no later than Thursday, July 24, 1997, by 5:00 f ).m., to be considered or 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; resumesonlyWILL 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 OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. SECURITY OFFICES UNARMED $5.75 HR. to Start. HENDERSON G.V. arM*. Fun a Part-Tim*. Waakdayt & Waakandt MUST HAVE WORKING PHONE A TRANSPORTATION 10 a 3p EOE CURTIS SECURPTY 330S Spring IMtn. Rd. Ste. S3 /i 'EA^iRiuGETem ps' Temporary and Permanent Positions Clfidfial fisofical •Exec. Sec. •Warehouse •Admin. Asst •Production •Receptionist •General Labor C//566-9662 for an appointment NEVER 320 So. Boulder Hwy., Ste. n02, ^^^Hen^jjon^^^ NEVER A FEE Stylists Work in a clean, busy A friendly sft'an OOne Month Frea Rant OUioh Commission on Retail Sales 01 Week Vacation per Year O Bring clientele or take advantage of frequent HudkJn traffic OBest location in Boulder City 294-1627 •294-3071 SPLIT END 806 Buchanan, #113, Boulder City (in Von's Shopping Center) HELP WANTED Help wanted, PT waitresses, bus, dishwasher & cook. Evan's OTG, 1129 Arizona St. BC HW27227 Nutritional Network Marketing company iookina for one (1) successful, open-minded person who is eager for an opportunity to earn $100,000 in the next 12 months. Call 1-800-3720754 and listen to others acrossihe country, then, call (702) 293-6487 or 1800-214-5247 if you are ready.to be that person. HW26732 The Henderson Municipal Court is accepting BIDS for the position of PUBLIC DEFENDER. The contract period is for one year, and requires at least two attorneys be included in the bid. Bids must be received by the close of business June 16,1997 at 5:30 p.m. For further information contact the Henderson Municipal Court at (702) 5652051. MH26241 49 Overweight people needed to lose weight & earn income, 800-5905677. HW26763 BLACKCANYONRAFT TOURS is taking applications for PT drivers, narrators & river pilots. Apply at 1297 Nevada Hwy., BC HW27235 PLUMBER ^, ...s YE*, iiin„giuMtt_._.v Srvlc ii Rapilr Wk. for Comm. t Risldantlal CiMn DMV & AppMnnc* SoutlMut RMldant Prttorrtd 896-8815 •••••••••• if Lawn & landscape ^ personnel needed • for local CO. Vr. round work Need drivers llcar)se 294-6274 HELP WANTED Wanted: MEDICAL ASSISTANT, Henderson. Call 565-1007. HW27544 MEDICAL OFFICE-We are seeking individuals that would like to work in a positive office atmospnere. We are currently looking for F/T MASSAGE THERAPIST and a P/T BACK OFFICE •PERSON. Greatbenefits and compensation to the right persons. Send resume to 893 Adams Blvd., or fax 293-0845. For questions call Kate, 293-3683. HW27563 EXPANDING OFFICE experienced, licensed real estate agents wanted. Liberal commission splits, bonus incentives also 100% concept avail, to producing agent. Call for private, confidential interview with Katie, 293-5757. HW27572 HAIR STYLIST STATION AVAIL. Call Sheila 293-5636 or 293-4322. HW27587 Specials offered. HDHair Dressers & Manicurists needed, 768-1488 or Page 661-4808. DRIVERS AND LABORERS 50 Needed Daily/Weekly Pay Apply LABOR EXPRESS 39 E. Basic Rd. Avon HasAPIsnforYOUl To Buy or Sll Call RosI* Shwman 293-0110 Ind. Ltadtrthip Rap. am I P^r 1 •••••••••• AVON Ask me how you can start your own "Home Business?' Maxine Hottel 293-6170 t Las Vegas Bay Marina now hiring: UNARMED SECURITY All Shifts 565-9111 • ••** • *••••*•* • GOLD STRIKE INN • & CASINO NOW HIRING: WaHraaaaa Security Guards Englnaart Hottaai/Cathlart Kane Runnars Bua Paraona Caaino Gaga Caahlara Houaakaapara, Una cooks t dishwashars -k i, Part-tlma gin ahop paraon. ^ ^ Apply In paraon at ^ Caahlara Caga USHWV83* Naar Hoovar Dam •*•**••***••* NOW ACCEPTING APPUCATIONS FOR THE FOLLOWING POSmONS: Front Desic ClerIt Keno Writers/Runners Cage Cashiers Host/IHostesses Guest Room Attendants Casino Porters Shampooer Food Servers • (all shifts available) | Restaurant Cashiers a Line Cool(s Dishwashers | Bus Persons a No experience I necessary, we will train. | I Apply with the Hotel a Front Desk. I No phone calls please | I Excellent Benefits & • Opportunity I Hair Analysis Drug Test | Required. Railroad Pass Hotel & Casino 2800 S. Boulder Hwy. Henderson, NV 8901S Parlor I I Cimu Circus Enltrprlta, Inc. a $6.00-$7.00/hr. MANUFACTURING/PRODUCTION Permanent and Temporary positions available High school graduate or GED required for some positions. Apply at 320 S. Boulder Hwy., Suite 102, HO. NEVER A FEE C//566-9662 for appt NEVER A FEE DRIVERS OTR LCL Bulk Transport, a leader in food grade liquid bulk, has openings for quality OTR drivers. BENEFITS: •Aaalgnad alr-rida convantlonal tractors •Sama mllaags pay loadsd or ampty •Paid loading A unloading •Paid vacations ittsf 1 yaar •I paM holldayt t paraonal daya •Sataty a aarvica bonuaaa •401k aavlnga program t profit aharing •Company paid unHorma For more info, and applications, call recruiting at 1800-677-5475 or 1-800-984-9823. HELP WANTED MYSTERY SHOPPERS. Would you like to be paid for occasional shopping assignments at local stores & restaurants, especially if you live within a 25 mile radius of BG? To request an application, send a cover letter, including name, address & phone number to: Shop 'n Chek, Attn: FPD 631, P.O. Box 740045, Atlanta, GA 30374-0045 (Send the ad) or E-Mail us your name, address & phone numberto: shopcheck shopnchek.com (please include the FPD #). Dental assistant/Quality safety, FT position, progressive BC office. Exper. as a dental assistant is required. Vac, holidays, incentives & Ins., wage negotiable. Contact li naka, 2930373. HW27384 PRODUCTION WORKERS, FT, pd. by the hr., pay DOE. Apply in person at: 674 Wells Rd., BC HW27383 DAILY a WEEKLY PAY Short/Long Term Assign. Now taking applications for: CLERICAL WAREHOUSE & CONSTRUCTION Apply in person, '•'TWtra'-iawr igoii.-rri^^ '' 331 Water St., Henderson GENERAL LABORERS WAREHOUSE CONSTRUCTION CLEAN-UP Daily Pay Phone & Trans a plus LABOR EXPRESS 35 E. Lake Mead Dr. AUTO TECHNICIAN; SEEKING QUALIFIED* TECHNICIAN FOR VERY BUSY REPAIR FACILITY. ^ General experience. ASE preferred. Excellent pay and benefits package. Call Brian or Tony for interview 293-4776 WENDY'S Now hiring Day/Night Cashiers Premium Pay! 1131 W. Sunset (Across from the Gaileria) SHIFT MANAGERS with 1+yrs. mgmt exp. also needed. EOE Airline Jobs! Now hiring, $10-$2S/hr. All positions skilled & un-skllled. Excel, pay/benefits. Call 1-504-429-8229, Ext. 4626 A39,24 hrs. IMMEDIATE OPENINGS •Full & Part Time* Walgreens, the most respected leader in the retail drug Industry, Is now accepting applications for stores throughout thearea The following positions are currently available: •Cosmeticians •Cashiers •Pharmacy Technicians •Stock Clerks •Service Clerks •Bookkeepers •Price Adminletrators We offer competitive 8tartlr>g salariee. Interested applicants should apply In person or send a resume to: Walgreens ATTN: Shelly 4340 South Velley View Suite #208 Las Vegas, NV 89103 WALGREENS 77ie Pharmacy Amarica Truata Full Time EXECUTIVE SALES REPRE* ^ SENTATIVE. Knowledge of quick print ^ ^& four-color processing. Reliable,^ "^ energetic & self-motivated. Fax resume '^ to 702-434-3527 or call for appointment, asit for Lynda, 435-7700. ••••••••••••••••••• Your next job could be a cruise... Lake Mead Cruises is lookmg tor sharp upbeat individuals witti a willingness lo learn (no expenerce is necessary) Full and part'lime openings are availaUe lor the following positionS| J. Bar & Cocl(tail Staff ^ Galley Staff J. Waitstaff Lake Mild Cfuses uuMMdCnMsiw A, Snackbar Staff J, Cooks X Deckhands X Maintenance J^ Reservation/Ticket Staff hpf/f^ m Person to *m Lakeahora Rd • BouMtr dty. NV f/i fit ttrtMi rWk SwMct tf C^IHI QWV1M% EMptojfV BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES INTERNET ACCESS THROUGH your TV! Publicly tradedcompany. Make $500-$2000 per week immediately. Help Kids! No computer necessary! Full training provided. 1-800-409-8311. 8026398 Established lawn care business in BC, 2947718. B027228 100 Billion Worldwide relaxing fun at home, huge weekly permanent Income, 293-4520. B026481 $29,900! Buys this Successful B.C. Restaurant with ALL Equipment, BRET, 2948482, Desert ,Sun RIty. FULL COLOR ADS in the IMALL! Reach millkxis on the Internet! Free details: 1-800-408-5618 ext. 2356 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES NOTICE TO READERS: The HBC Publications does not vouch for the legitimacy of items, jobs, or money-making opportunities advertised in this classification. We suggest you carefully evaluate such offers and not send money to these advertisers unless you are certain you know with whom you are dealing and you know all terms and conditions of the offer START YOUR OWN cruise travel business. Earn up to 70% commission. Home-based business opportunity. Free cruise. $49 start-up fee. 1-800-836-0086. B022512 Rural life near LV. Turnkey FEED & TACK STORE. Priced below mkt. value, $400,000. Doing volume business. Largest feed store in Pahrump. Diane, Hollis L. Harris Realty, 1-702727-0249. 8027311 CASH NOW FOR future payments! We buy payments from insurance settlements, annuities, mortgage notes. We also buy casino winnings annuities. Call R&P Capital. 1-800-338-5815. LEARN HOW TO make $900 per week at home! Complete mail order business, guaranteed! Call for free details. 1800-311-6674. B026788 MAKE UP TO %bO^ everyday! Our company closes all of your sales. It doesn't get any easier than this. Toll free 24slT&oiAmessage 1-888251-2134. B027478 WANTED! 79 PEOPLE to lose 10-29 lbs. next 30 days. 800-311-6070. FRIENDLY TOYS & GIFTS has immediate openings in your area. Number one inparty plan: Toys, gifts, Christmas, home decor. Free catalog and information. 1800-488-4875. WIDOW, GUNSHOP OWNER retires. $500,000 at cost inventory. Can move or stay. High desert loc. Contact my agent. Shafran, P.O. Box 676, Claremont, CA 91711, or (909) 6232151. B027465 ROUTE, SALES & SERVICE DELIVERY Servicing customers In Las Vegai arsa Mon.-Frl. Potential to earn S30,OOO aiMMial • commlMion. •S day vorti week, Mon.-Fr1. "Hea l th Insurance •Uniforms Fumlshad •Plus Sales Commission Must hsve valid Nevada Drivers Ucensa A clean, safe driving record. Accepting applicitions. Please apply at: Worli Clothes Rental Service, Inc.. 66S Parltson Rd., HendMVon, NV. NO PHONE CAUS PLEASE FINANCIAL SERVICES CASH TODAY. We purchase structured settlements, workers comp. claims, pensions and mortgages. Call 800-4227317. FS22486 YOUR SEARCH FOR a real estate loan stops here! A-2-Z Mortgage Solutions, 1-800-997-. 1955. FS27481 $$CASH$$ IMMEDIATE $$ for structured settlements and deferred insurance claims. J.G. Wentworth 1-800-3863582, FS27470 HOME LOANS! PURCHASING or refinancing? Perfect credit or problem credit! Heath Financial Services can help you. Offices in Nevada and California to serve vou. 1-800-6550331. FS27488 WE PAY CASH for personal injury settlements, I.G.T. casino winnings & mortgages! No fees ever! Sandier Funding Group. Top dollar paid! Call 1800-600-0101. FS27487 • HomeLosos • Refioanoe • Mafaile/Laod • 2iid Mottgagei Credit Problems, IRS Ldns, Bankraplcy, PiyaffCmlit Cards-O.K. Qdl: HMOUELLETTE @ 702-598-3739 YOUR LOCAL IT PAYKOIX COMPANY ftVHDlI ServLCES & Geaneral Ledger •wK/iain ^\tmca' >ic>iia • • .ndilha K oalf, UUIbWi •llMk RccmicUllMlfNM \()>uHn< ^ Deliver -. L 733-0378-J mnak rinuruii ccacms FINANCIAL SERVICES NO EQUITY REQUIRED! Homeowners! •Consolidate your credit cards, debts, do home improvements, get cash fqr any reason! Up to $75,000. Call now! 1800-477-9387. First Suburban. FS26399 CALL US LAST FOR fast cash! Receiving payments? Turn your annuity, mortgage, trust deed into immediate usable cash. Call now. Best Prices Nationwide! 1800-659-2274 Ext. 32. DOMESTIC HELP Housecleaning, honest, reliable, pis. call 5659064. DH26746 Childcare in my home, M-F, 6:30-5:30, FT/PT, Arrowhead & Horizon area, 566-4982. Home daycare. Horizon & Greenway area has openings for 1 yr. & preschool, FT. Also before & after school, meals incl. License applied for. For info, call 566-6229. Responsible at home mother who would love to watch your child/children. Flex hrs., turn, meals & snack, (good neighborhood). Call Penny 565-0499. COMMERCIAL RENTALS Former model, newer condo in BC. All upgrades, 1157 sq.ft., 1st floor. Owner wants FAST SALE, 293-4559. BABYSITTING in my home, ages 2-5 only, 293-0599. DH27589 OldFasbiaasd JjQme. base childcare In BC, summer openings avail., F/PT, excel rets., call Michelle, 293-1780. CHILD CARE near Boulder Hwy./Sunset. 7 days a wk., day and night, great ref. Call 566-6000. Babysitting in my BC home anytime or age. Good meals, fun & love. Call Kim, 294-4198. HOUSE RENTALS Duplex, Hend., 2 bd., 1 ba., 700 S.F. incl., utils. & appls., $700/mo. vacant, 565-1120.' Duplex for rent, 1 bd., 1 ba., $500 + deps., utils. incl., NO PETS, 5658296. HR26773 2bd. downtown, no pets, $600/mo. + dep., water p d., 564-3140. HR26999 DUPLEX, 1 bd., + extra rm., used'as child's bd. Kit. & living rm., stove & refrig., fenced yd., util. pd, no pets, $485/mo., 1st, last req. Open House, Sun., 10 am12:00, 638 Avenue MBC. HR27529 Avail.'7/1,2bd., Iba.w/ £itorage&W/D.219Zinc_ S675/mo. + deps., 5645142. HR27547 3 bd., 2 ba., 2 car gar., cov. patio, fenced back yd., $900/mo. + deps., no pets, call Al at Jensen's Realty, 564-3333. New 3 bd., 2 ba., 2 car gar., fenced yd., $900, 566-6466. HR27451 Arrowhead Estates Townhouse, 2 bd., 1-1/2 ba., 2 car gar., 2 story, $775/mo. + dep., NO PETS, call Al at Jensen's Realty, 564-3333. "Palm Canyon HD, Mountain views, newer 1668 SF, 3 bd., 2 ba., walk-in closet, tiled kit., fenced yd. w/patio slab, $1095/mo. + dep.,cr.ck., N/S, 361-4188, own/lie. LAKETREE 3 bdrm. Condo Townhouse w/ Lake Mead view, dbl. garage, washer/dryer, refrig., drapes, pool, no yarcfwk. Now Showing. Ready 6/15 $915 +dep., 293-1379. BCHR27545 2 bd., 1 ba.,Tn quiet BC area, $700/mo., NO PETS, call 293-4517.HR27397 Near Racetrack, like new, nice 2 bd. + den/office, ready for .move in, call Donna, Century 21, JR Realty, 564-5142/56593n. HR27409 1 bd. house w/central air, $680/mo. includes utilities, corner Bldr. Hwy. & Lake Mead Dr., 5642445, Iv. msg. HR27621 2bd., 1 ba.,lvrm.,dinrm. & Ig. util. rm., central heating & air, all new carpet & flooring, $685/ mo., 293-3168/3762310. HR27624 COMMERCIAL RENTALS Warehouse for sale or lease. 600 sq. ft. 20x30 zoned CM39,500 or 300.00 month plus assoc. fees. 707 Canyon Rd., M-3, call 294-0225. C027421 OLD TOWN BC, retail office or shop. 540 Ave 6,294-0605. C024393 Offrce Warehouse BC, 1200 SF, 10 ft roll up door, 709-F Yucca St., $680/mo. incl. utilities, 293-4757. C0276 17 ouu sq. n. offk:e. 1590 FoothHI Dr., $550 month. 294-4125. C027579 Professional office space for lease avail, immed., approx. 840 sq. ft. Eagles Nest Office Park, 1000 NV. Hwy., $450 per mo, 293-3119. C027562 Hairdresser Needed. Great walk-in salon. Instant clientelle, commission or station rent, BC, 293-0336. C027558 OFFICE SPACE approx. 1200 SF or can be divided. Upstairs in Anchor Really dome, 1497 Nevada Hwy. Separate entrance, bathrm., heating/ cooling. $450/no., incl. utils. Call Katie, 2935757. C027571 VONS SHOPPING CENTER Retail Space Available Neal Sinlakin, Broker 294-1444 BOAT HOUSE STORAGE II FOR RENT 7000 Sq. ft. Office Space With Living Quarters 1000 Sq. Ft. Warehouse Area Very Reasonable 688 A Wells Rd., 293-2202 BOULDER CITY Historic District 800 SQ. FT. Professional Suite |njnclQ*Kli*p.sa!.Multi-Unit BIdg. 294-8455 Hairdresser Needed. Great walk-in salon. Instant clientelle, commission or station rent, BC, 293-0336 APT. RENTALS Clean green Boulder City's finest, very modern most affordable apart, w/2 bd., 1 ba., unfurnished, all elec, dw., Ig. 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. 9 mo. lease. Call 293-3324. AR27358 Clean! Clean! Clean! 1 bd., Ivrm., kitch. & full ba., nice quiet older neighborhood, $450/ mo., 293-7454. AR27503 Ibd. apt., cable TV, utils. turn., wash rm. facilities, • MbOimo:, 294-2244/ 293-2746 AR27603 FOR RENT: Kitchenettes, $65/wk. Utilities pd. SHADY REST MOTEL, 565-7688. AR9597 For Rent, 4/1 $395/mo.-tutil., resp., depend, single male, 1 bd., office, 1 ba., kitchenette, msg. 3910587. AR24396 11g. bd. apt. in HD, $390/ mo., single occupancy, security fenced, all utils. pd. except elec, 5645779. AR27645 Rent 1 bd. apt., close to downtown, no pets, $425/ mo. + deps., 564-2325. AR27359 2 bd., 1 ba. duplex, AC, priv. patio, NO PETS, $525/mo., avail, soon, 565-1121. AR27361 HD upstairs unit, 2 bd., roomy, refrig., stove, central air/heat, w/d room for 4-plex, cov. parking, $550/mo. $400dep.,pet ok w/pet dep., easy move in, call 564-3969. AR27586 Georgia Ave. Aparts. NO PETS, 293-7775. AR27432 2 bd., 1 ba. in Hend., avail. 7/1, $500 mo., $250 dep., 564-5712. AR27511 Teddy's Kitchenettes, Just bring your toothbrush. Everything furnished. PH. 293-1716. BC ^ NEW KITCHENETTES, phone, satellite, maid service. STARVIEW MOTEL 293-1658. BC AR14278 Ridge Apts. in BC, 2 IxJrm. No pets. Lease for 12 mo. 293-0420. AR27534 Studio apt., stove & refrig., ground floor, walking distance to town, $300, utils. pd.. Seniors, 565-8165. AR26367 ROOMS, APTS. & HOUSE avail. Pis. caN for info., 435-9123, Iv. msg. AR26078 Nk:e 2 bd, 1 ba., private fenced yard, all utils. pd. except elec. & phone, washer, range & f ng. incl., assoc. fees paid, $480/ nw., 565-1750, no pets. AR27248 Clean 2 bd. apts., 1 Block from Skyline Casino or 302 W. Bask: Rd. NO PETS. 435-8261. AR27508 APT. RENTALS 2bd.,1 ba., upstairs apL Near Sunset & Bldr. Hwy. NO PETS $475/mo. + deps. 566-6260. AR27429 KITCHENETTES Special Move-In No Deposits STARVIEW MOTEL Boulder City Call Tom or Robert 293-1658 CORNER COURT APTS. 2 iJdrm., 1 ba. Near Basic High $S25/mo. + tec. dep. No Pets 434-9827 CONDO BC Very Clean 2 bd., 2 ba., frpl., Close to schools 294-0605 Kitchenettes fully furnished w/cable in Boulder City. 293-4445 Cell 682-7914 APT, RENTALS BC nicest apt. in BC. 2 bd., 2 ba., walk in pantry, walk in closet, upgraded appls., priv. storage, priv. cov. patio, upstairs unit, $650/mo., 293-0008 before 10 a.m. or after 5 p.m. AR27634 GATED DUPLEX 2 bd. bathtub/tpa Central air, ceiling fan. Fully carpeted, stove, Irldga, big back yd., near shopping, NO PETS $575/nio. 433-6069 APARTMENTS AS LOW AS $275 a Month furnished 564-6952 ^„ NOW AVAILABLE Lg. 1 Bd., 2 Bd. 2 Ba. Spacious 3 bd. ASK ABOUT OUR MOVE IN SPECIAL Call Today Lakewood Cove 1100 N. Center St., HD 564-2258 MERLAYNE VILLA APTS. 2 bd., 2 ba., microwave & dishwasher, $625/mo. 409&417Merlayne Across from the • NEW Wel ls Park.Swjm Qjr^ • •"' II Ednal^, riinman Grade School 565-9582 HENDERSON PLAZA Lg. 2 bd., 1 ba.. Free hot water & cable. Pool, laundry facilities. Parklike setting. Police substation on site. Library, garden areas, monthly activities, $525/mo. Call 565-7512 Welcome home to comfortable living. CASA DE ALICIA AND M&M II APT Offers 1, 2&3Bedroom Apt. homes from $560 Pool, Laundry, small pets welcome. p 293-1615 'SItlSX' Mon.-FrL, 8 am-5 pm. AR24516 o "^ BRAND NEW APARTMENT 1 & 3 bedroom Close to shopping, school & park. Amenities include: stove, refrigerator, dishwasher & washer/dryer hookup. AVAILABLE TODAY 565-7028 I 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 ndar schools, park & shopping. 565-7028 26052 CONDO RENTALS I cONDO RENTALS 2 t>d., 2 ba., lg. rms., central air, carpeted, Boulder/Sunset area, near schools, $600/mo. + dep., 454-5806. CR27602 Oak Ridge Townhome, 2 bd., 1-1/2 ba.,lg. closets, fenced patio, W/D hookup, $575/mo., $300 sec./cleaning, 565-1499. CR27236 HND., College/Heather. Nice 3 bd., 2 ba. home with 2 car garage. Great neighborhood near Comm. College. AVAIL. NOW$965 + dep. NONSh^OKERS. 294-0323 or 293-2511. CR27294 *••••• GV condo., 2 bd., 1 1/2 ba., drapes, carpet, apt. size W/D, $650/mo. call between 9 ann-9 pm, avail. July 1. 454-4046. NEW CONDO-BC Avail, now. Lake View Single Story, 2 br., 1-3/4 ba., all appl., single car garage $1000 per mo. First and Last (702) 293-0600. GVarea2bd.,2ba.,split level ground floor, 2 car attached oar. w/elec. opener, W/D, all elec., 2 door frig., AC, ceiling fans, vertical blinds, no smokers, no pets, adults only, patio view, $750/ mo., IsL last-)-$400sec. dep., 1 yr. lease, 2936335. CR27233 • ••••• For Lease BC CONDOS 3 bd., 2 ba., 1 car gar., ^$90d deps, 2 bd., 1 ba., $650 deps.'A^ GV CONDO • 2 bd., 2 ba., $850 + deps. No pets, no smoking R.M. MANAGEMENT Beth-294-1500 • • •••••••••••••• CONDO RENTALS 2bdmi., 1-1/2 ba.,2story Bldr. Hills condo. Avail, immed. $675 mo., 1st last, security, 293-1471. CR27629 GVCondo:2br.,2bth.,2 yrs. old. Across from GV High. Verde Veijo, no pets, immed. occupancy. 1 yr. lease $900 mo. Call Fred or Sandy at Knapp Realty, 566-8185. CR27640 ROOM RENTALS Non-smoker, working gentleman, 565-1600 work, 564-6477 home. Studio, all utils. pd. & full house privs., $375, 5666466. RR26552 Room & ba., priv. entry, all house privs., utils. pa., $375, 566-6466. Furn. bd., own ba. in nice home, W/D, cable, etc. $350-450/mo., 5661777. RR27531 Priv. rm., priv. entrance, $85/wk., pay wk. ahead, stay a wk. ahead, $30 cleaning & damage dep., $200 moves you in, 5666777. RR26223 NEVADA INN, "A Friendly Place To Stay". Budget cottages to deluxe suites, beautiful pool & whirlpool, parking for boats and RV's. Call 702293-2044 for rates and reservations. Our suites are three room apartment size, with kitchen. ^R2€4&7 Lg. rm. in GV, by Gaileria Mall, priv. ba., full house privs., $400 incls. utils., 434-3985. RR25769 Fum. rni., $300/mo., near shopping & transportation, women preferred, 564-4904. RR27599 MOBILE HOMES BC vacant furnished mobile home in Adult Paric 10x40 w/addition only $12,000, call 2931342. MH23368 CONDO SALES Former model, newer condo in BC. All upgrades 1157 sq. ft 1st floor. Owner wants FAST, SALE, 293-4559. 2 bdrm., 1-1/2 bath, 2 story, Bldr. Hills, $69,500. AVAIL. July 1, Lease Option possible, 2931471.CS27055 WOW! LOCATION AND VALUE! Grab this 2 B, 2 B, 2 car garage, R.V. Parking Green Valley Condo. For Sale By Owner/Lie. Only $74,900 Susan 897-8409. CS27246 STEEL BUILDINGS All steel building, never erected, will deliver. Ask for Chariie, 1-800-3202340. MC16812 ALL STEEL 6UILDINGS Arch and Straightwall. 1-800-9733366. No Reasonable offer denied! MC27124 ALL STEEL BUILDINGS, incredible prices. Arch or straightwall. Summer special. 1-800973-3366. MC27469 ALL STEEL BUILDINGS Arch buildings & Straightwall. 1-800-9733366. No Reasonable offer denied! MC27619 1990 Lexington 27' MH low miles, dual air, many amenities, 454eng., 904243-1305. MH27525 62 ft. mobile home, 3 bds., 1-1/2 ba., country kitchen, spa, located 1501 Nev. Hwy., Space 65, $15,000. Phone 2933644 or 293-2340. Motor Home for sale, 26 ft. 1978Sportscoach, low mi., 433 Scenic-HD. Moore's M.H. Pk. 2 br. 2 ba., all elec. w/shed Champion, 293-7202. CONDO SALES MUSTSELL,2bd.,2ba., grd. fl., end unit. Beautiful, call 293-5575. REAL ESTATE LOTS Custom Home lot, 1/2 AC. Sec. 19, all utils., 76ad, tB*r;t3ucrrsw5^ 8631.L026768 GREAT VIEW!!! GREAT PRICE!!! 119 Stone Canyon, prox. 1/2 acre, LAKE and mountain views. REDUCEOJrom $295,000. Now $225,000. For info, call Nancy @ Dick Blair Realty 293-2171. L027567 1420 Pueblo Res. lot .64 Acres on B-Hill, $117,000, Red Mtn. RIty, April 294-1500. COMMERCIAL SALES Rare CM Zoning in BC, new 4700 SF masonry bidg., $300,000, 2932202. MC27204 LAND FOR SALE WILD WEST RANCH RUSTIC WESTERN RANCH 112.2 AC $49,000 So. Colorado Rockies. Located in foothills of Sangre De Cristos. High meadows w/spectacular views. Loaded w/deer, elk, bighorn sheep. Year round access w/power,& tel. Exc. owner financing. Call now 719-742-5207 Majors Ranch. REAL ESTATE Cozy 1 bedroom, 1 bath with balcony • < Fireplace. Refrigerator, washer and dryer stay I Newer carpet, New Hot water heater. Ready for an owner. $51,900. Whereelse could you get 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, and a 2 car garage attached townhouse in great condition and a no qual. loan. 4 this price-neutral colors, private patio and a private entrance. Better hurry or it will be sold. Sec. 19 Building lot—Corner, View, graded, ready to build. Call for details. Completely Landscaped—Beautiful one of a kind that would make anyone proud. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 1666 sq/ft., custom dining area, large open living/great room in quiet neighborhood. Close to schools, shopping, churches & freeway. $128,900. OPPORTUNITY'S KNOCKING!! Located in the downtown Henderson area. 2 bedrooms, 1 bath townsite home. Lot goes thru to the street behind. Zoned High Density Residential (according to Henderson's Redevelopment Plan). Great opportunity for only $74,999. HENDERSON PROPERTY. GOING-GOING-GONE—Call quick or you may not get a chance to see this 3 bedroom, 2 bath absolutely immaculate home. Open floor plan, islartd kitchen, upgrade flooring, wood blinds, alarm system, satellite dish & RV parking. The garage is even cooled. $149,900. 4 BEDROOM ON .22 ACRE LOT ... check this out! 4 bedroom, 2 bath, central cooling/gas heat, new paint/carpet, huge corner lot, RV plus parking and room to grow... $97,500. l2^ 564-6546ffi 101 E. Horizon Dr. CENTURION Office EACH OFFICC IS moePENOEtm.V OWNED AND OPERATf D VACATION RENTALS Cbol Summer Fun in Brian Head, Ig. condo, 3 bd., 2 master, frpl., Jacuzzi, sleeps 8, $65 week niohts, $90 weekends, $175 holidays, 294-2320. MC25023 REAL ESTATE LOANS CITIZENS MORTGAGE, INC. Payoff high rate mortgages, consolidate bills, home improvements, payoff land contracts, 1st or 2nd mortgages, no upfront cost. Call Dan Fouts, 1-800311-1534. MC27501 REAL ESTATE DELUXE BOULDER CITY EVERGREEN CONDO, 2 bd, 2 ba.. Cleans Quiet! Like NEW! VIEW! Excellent Neighborhood. Nicely Landscaped. 1322 Georgia Ave. $77,500 GREAT NEVADA REALTOR 871-0223. RE27225 For sale by owner Beautiful Lake Mead & Mt. View, 3 bd., 2 ba., formal liv. rm., kitchen, fam. rm., tiled patio, desert & green lan'dsc, quiet neighborhood, $214,650, call 293-2375. BY OWNER 2400 sq. ft. home4bd., 2-1/2 ba., on quiet cul-de-sac, 18x33 fam. rm. w/wet bar. Heated pool & spa, mature landsc. sep. 2 car 4067. RE25520 —GREEN VALLEY•STONE CREEK-.141.•> sq ft.. 4 bd. } car garage pool/spa. large bonus rni.. lols of upgrades! $289,900. •RE.SORT VILLASCONDO 3 bd.. 1 car garage. 2 baths. Better than new! Already upgraded! I year new $1.1.1900. —BOULDER CITY HOMES— •HANDYMAN SPECIAL4 bd 2 car, large lot, needs work, $l2.'i,000. Make Offer!! •HUGE LK. VIE W HOME'2990 sq. ft., .1 br whatever. Just remodeled—huge lot with detached garage—lots of extras—734 Ninth, Boulder City sleeper at $159,900. Neat as a Pin—Lake Mtn. Estates—Spacious homelarge lot—detached garage—662 Mt.Bona—$129,000. Over 3/4 acre Boulder City lot with Panoramic View of Lake Mead—About half the price of many view lots — won't last. $129,000. Henderson F^^^^at^Mpme—over 2,000 SF on 1/2 acre lot—re(^^T|$1|9^00. Located in Section 27 and priced t^eirr Boulder City home zoned Ranch Estates—Owner transferred and this lovely home must be sold. Over 4400 SF—Approx. 1/2 acre lot—Pool and Gazebo—lots of extras. 1434 Pueblo Dr. $328,900. F R E E A UC TI ONS!! I will sell your complete estate of personal property or any part thereof at no cost to you if you list and sell your property with me through the normal Real Estate Process (MLS) or through the Auction Process. Darwin Bible—293-3996 ANCHOR REALTY, 293-5757 I • Adobe Realty <^ (702) 293-1707 i|Sk 1 HOMES 2 Bedrm. Homes 1112 0lmoWy.+ den/bedrm. New. $178,500 924 Vista Lago Wy. S349.900 3 Bedrm. Homes 22 Shadow Ln. (Las Vegas) $107,000 5235 Silverharth Av. (Las Vegas) $108,000 625 Malaga Dr. $359,900 4 Bedrm. Homes 613Del PradoDr. Reduced $179,500 1410 Highland Dr. $269,500 1609 Bermuda Dunes'Pool $319,900 1608 Bermuda Dunes Pod Reduced $354,900 841 Robinson Ln. + Guest House Pool S449.000 1002 Keys Dr vacant lot $529,900 937 Woodacre Dr. New. $569,000 ..„„„ Condos 1303 Darlene Wy. $69,500 451 Intr^OLD $142,500 410 Key West, New $210,900 Manufactured Homes 596 Lk. Michigan, New 615Mt. AnteroWy. 627 Mt. Elben Wy. 12 Twin Gables (Searchlight) 1022 Keys Dr. New. '^"" 640 Valencia Dr. 605 Lido Dr. 1030 Keys Dr. New (2 Lots each for ) ••••'Black Ciyon Cow* $115,000 $129,500 $169,900 $ 34,500 $129,000 $149,000 $189,500 $225,000 $295,000 ll 'Members of the Multiple Listing Service. E.Mail cristinale@aol.com COME IN OR CALL FOR A FREE LIST OF AVAILABLE PROPERTIES FOR SALE Also available Commercial & Home Leasing 1310 NEVADA HWY BOULOER CITY FAX 702-293-7477 tP JonCurTn-293-1457 Stu Lo*t 293-3041 Dorothy Ktolln 293-5007 CNannc Vanatt* 293-4284 Crittina LtBraton, Brokar 293-2212 TOLL FREE #1-800-553-8081

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• • • • • • • • • • • • iiVViiV mmmmmmm Page 16 Panorama Thursday, June 26, 1997 Thursday, June 26, 1997 Panorama Pag* 17 HELP WANTED SALESHtRSON—MARINE needed for Marine accessories, including wakeboards, water skis, etc. Start $8/hr. + commission. Marine Products Pro Shop, 702-456-0122 (Las Vegas). HW17379 REPORTER-AWARD WINNING weekly paper near Lake Tahoe needs a reporter to cover news and features. Photo skills a plus. Send resume and samples to: The Sierra Sun, c/o Peter Kostes, P.O. Box 2973, Truckee, CA 96160 OUTSIDE DISPLAY ADVERTISING SALE REP needed: Background in newspaper advertising helpful. Commission against draw. Own transportation & insured, full time position. Apply in person: HBC Publications, 2 Commerce GentefDr..HEND.HW27536 SIOOO's POSSIBLE Line cook-egg man, very busy coffee shop. Apply in person only, 558 Nevada Hwy.', EC. Excel, pay for experienced. HW26489 ROAD SUPERVISORChurchill County, NV., seeks qualified candidates for position of Road Supervisor to coordinate road dept. functions. For information, contact (702)423-5136. Location! Location! Location! Real Estate Agents needed for the .jigyyestaidbuaiesi/Jfiieft.. in Henderson. 100% or splits. Call Ellie for confidential interview. 5668185 at Knapp Realty Bldr. Hwy. HW27171 Receptionist/Front Office Highly motivated individual with good phone skills. Computer knowledge a must. Rewarding opportunity for a hardworking applicant who has excellent PR skills. Nutrition knowledge also helpful. Call Healthy Connections between 6 am-5 pm at 454-6078 or Fax your resume to 454-5910. INSURANCE CLAIMS REP. No experience necessary. $20+ per hour commission. Local work. For more info., call (818) 786-8958. HW27484 REPRESENTATIVE FOR HIGH school international students and host families. Experience required, be willing to host. Call 1 (800) 3883013. HW27485 DRIVERS —VAN/ FLATBED 48 STATE •pTR. Assigned new -.flonventionals, competitive pay, benefits. $1000. Sign on bonus, Rider —program, flexible time off. Call Roadrunner Truckinq. 1-800-876-7784. ADVERTISING PRODUCTION—WE€KLY newspaper near Lake Tahoe needs a full-time person. Ad layout and design experience preferred. Call Brian Arington: (916) 5876061, Fax 587-3763. DRIVERS WESTWAY EXPRESS OTR up to.30 CPM plus bonuses. Owner/ops, company teams and solo. $0 down lease purchase. Chuck James 1-800-916-8959 www.wwexpress.com. Gen. office, data entry, counter help, P/FT, will train energetic person. Mt. Vista & Tropicana, 435-3000. HW27450 Secretarial/Domestic; fast pace, multi-dimensional, eccentric television producer/investment entrepreneur seeks unoverwhelmable, genuine, energetic, organized assistant. (GV) Help! $20K+. 547-3640. PRESSER needed for BC cleaners, will train, 1406 Nevada Hwy., BC 293-6574. HW26978 Auto Parts counter person needed in BC, FT, must have exp., Jriad computer sys., call Brian, 293-2193. HW27366 Mature & friendly Counter person. Apply at Frosty Freeze, BC. HW27433 TEACHERS needed, PT summer hrs. avail., also looking for SUBSTITUTES, college students welcome, call 456-7008 or 565-0007. HW27444 COOK wanted, no exp. neces.. will train, $6/hr. Apply in person: THE PIT STOP, 802 Buchanan, BC HW27596 SALES ALLIGATORS. Sales Pros with skin thKker than en alligator and the attitude of an angel. $100K + reskJodi and not insurance. (310) 542-1565. HW20777 TOW DRIVERS, Full Time Avail. Exp. preferred but not riecessary. Must be clean cut. have valid Nevada driver's license with current DMV printout. Must live in BC. Apply in person at 705 Junipar Way, BC HW27e48 HELP WANTEt) Drivers needed for vehicle test program. $5.25/ hr.Mustbeover21.Have valid NV drivers license, no points. CDL preference. Retirees encouraged. Write to: Driver, 520 W. Sunset, Suite 6, Hend., NV 89015. HW27252 Busser wanted, HS age OK. Must be DEPENDABLE. Eve. Carios", 2935828. HW27439 Hend. Group Home for teenage girls is in need PT grave yd. staff & a swing shift staff. Must be dedicated to helping youth. For more info, call 565-0688 • or send resume to 215 Palo Verde, HD, NV. 89015. HW27453 Veterinary clinic hiringfor PT RECEPTIONIST & OFFICE MGR., salary DOE. Pis. apply in person at 700 Nevada Hwy., BC, 294-0001. HW27601 FT ACCOUNTANT, tax exper. required, phone & people skills a must, audit exper. avail., reply w/ resume: Box Holder, PO Box 90628, Henderson, NV 89009. HW22143 ACC6lJNTAWr Fulltime position availablefor individual to perform a variety of accounting duties for Henderson Active Adult Community Association. Responsible for standard journal entries, financial statements, supervision of in Accounting needed. Abacus software a plus. Proficient in Lotus. Four years minimum accounting experience with fund/non-profit accounting and supervisory experience helpful. Fax or send resume to: Del Webb MacDonald Ranch Community Assoc., Attn. Accounting Supervisor, 2020 W. Horizon Ridge Parkway, Hend., NV 89012. Fax resume to: 270-7010. Call 270-7000 (press 0) for directions to office. Equal Opportunity Employer/Drug-Free Workshop. HW27223 Secretary-Assist. Entrepreneur 20-30 hrs. wk. Know basic computer internet a plus. Must like Lake Mead, 568-6838. PROJECT ENGINEER II UTIUTIES. SALARY: $54,176.25-$65,824.15/ year. REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university in Civil Engineering, Environmental Engineering or a closely related fieldand three (3) years of responsible, diversified experience in a civil engineering environrrrent, with at least one (1) year of experience working with large municipal water and wastewater treatment facilities and conveyance systems, OR an equivalent combination of closely related training and experience. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Must possess a valid Nevada driver's license, and maintain a satisfactory driving record. Must possess registration as a Professional Engineer with the State of Nevada OR be able to obtain such registration through reciprocity within six (6) months of the date of hire. All required licenses and certificates must be obtained and maintained at the incumbent's expense. WHERE TO APPLY: City application form must be submitted to and received by the Personnel Department, Room 200, City Hall, 240 Water Street. Henderson, NV 89015, no later than Thursday, August 7, 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. Emptoyment packet MUST be obtained from the Personnel Department; resumesonlyWILL 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 OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. HELP WANTED PERSONAL ASSISTANT, PT, approx. 20 hrs./wk. Self-starter, well organized, must know Word Perfect. Good phone skills. Call for interview 263-0270. HW27461 HELP WANTED TEACHING POSITIONS: Full-time/parttime elementary and junior high openings for fall '97 at the Christian Center School, 571 Adams. (293-7773). 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, 7:30 A.M. TO 5:30 P.M. SMOKE-FREE WORK ENVIRONMENT. AN AFFIRMATIVE ACTION OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. GREEN VALLEY SECURITY, LV & Hend., now hiring F/PT officers.. $5.00-$7.00 based upon exp. & position, unarmed & armed, we will train. Apply in person, 6135 HARRISON, #3, J^-F or call 261 -0440, 24 hours. LASORATOnV TECH-' NOLOGIST 6 years g eneralist experience, trengths: Microbiology and chemistry. Shared call. Excellent benefits, • relocation expenses negotiable. Battle Mountain General Hospital. Contact: Nancy Medford 702635-2550. HW26114 Daycare needed ASAP my HD home. 5:30 am8:30 am, M-F, 564-3403. PLANNING ANALYST I. Salary Range: $36,914.66-42,083.75/ year. Requirements (Education and/or Experience): Completion of a four-year college curriculum with major work in Planning, or a related field, and one (1) year of planning experience similar to that of a Planning Technician in the City of Henderson OR any equivalent combination of closely related training and experience. Special Requirements: Possession of, or the ability to obtain, an appropriate Nevada Driver's License, and maintenance of a satisfactory driving record. Apply at: City application fomn must be submitted to and received by the Personnel Department, Room 200, City Hall, 240 Water Street, Henderson, Nevada 89015, no later than Monday, July 21, 1997, by 5:00 p.m., to be considered for this recruit-g^. f, —j „^^„ ment. NO APPUCAAiriineEmployment!$ra Typist, knowledge of marketing & advertising, FT/PT, 260-6807: Security officers for apts. $6/hr. to start, call 2610440. 24 hours. HOUSEKEEPER NEEDED. Part time. Please apply: Nevada Inn Motel. BC HW27203 DESK CLERK exp. only, swing shift, 3-11 pm & PT avail. Apply only in person, 8 am-1 pm at Best Western Lake Mead, 85 W. Lake Mead Dr., HD. HW26756 tions, skilled/unskilled. Excellent pay/benefits. CallM-F,8am-9pmCST (504) 429-9229, Ext. 3896A24. HW27129 Casa Floras Mexican Restaurant now takina applications for PT WAITER/WAITRESSES & BUS PERSON, experienced preferred. Apply in person at 930 NV. Hwy., BC, after 4 PM. HW27403 INTERNATIONAL COMPANY SEEKS p/t, f/t people for work at home. Up. to $700/week. No experience. Will train, 1 (800) 732-0390. HW27464 WE NEED YOU. Like giving advice to others? Available to work minimum 20 hours per week? Work from home no investment you choose hours! New $10-$15/ hour guaranteed and proven. Call Garth (702) 566-1163 or Scott (702) 655-9337. HW27467 I NEED HELP! Overwhelmed! Will help you get started! Earn 5-1 Ok per month P/T. Fantastic support! No selling. Not MLM. 2 minute message. 1-800-322-7169, ext. 6137. HW27472 DRIVERS!! $700 HIREON bonus! Long haul flatbed positions. All KW conventionals. Start at .25 cents all miles paid. Benefits + bonuses. Class A CDL. 23 yrs. TSE. 1-800-548-3120 X: F112. HW27474 JOHN DEERE/NEW HOLLAND dealer looking for experienced field and shop technicians. Excellent benefits pkg. Salary DOE. Call (702) 463-3535 for more info. PROJECT ENGINEER I TRAFFIC. SALARY: $49,039.52-$59,583.01/ year. REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university in Civil Engineering, Traffic or Transportation and three (3) years engineering experience relating to planning, designing and/ or maintaining traffic devices, streets and street lighting OR an equivalent combination of closely related training and experience. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Must possess a valid Nevada driver's license at the time of appointment and maintain a satisfactory driving record. Incumbents are eligible to progress to Project Engineer II upon possession of registration as Professional Engineer with the State of Nevada. All required licenses and certificates must be obtained and maintained at the incumbent's expense. WHERE TO APPLY: City application and supplemental application forms must be submitted to and received by the Personnel Department, Room 200, City Hall, 240 Water Street, Henderson, NV 89015. no later than Thursday, July 24, 1997, by 5:00 f ).m., to be considered or 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; resumesonlyWILL 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 OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. SECURITY OFFICES UNARMED $5.75 HR. to Start. HENDERSON G.V. arM*. Fun a Part-Tim*. Waakdayt & Waakandt MUST HAVE WORKING PHONE A TRANSPORTATION 10 a 3p EOE CURTIS SECURPTY 330S Spring IMtn. Rd. Ste. S3 /i 'EA^iRiuGETem ps' Temporary and Permanent Positions Clfidfial fisofical •Exec. Sec. •Warehouse •Admin. Asst •Production •Receptionist •General Labor C//566-9662 for an appointment NEVER 320 So. Boulder Hwy., Ste. n02, ^^^Hen^jjon^^^ NEVER A FEE Stylists Work in a clean, busy A friendly sft'an OOne Month Frea Rant OUioh Commission on Retail Sales 01 Week Vacation per Year O Bring clientele or take advantage of frequent HudkJn traffic OBest location in Boulder City 294-1627 •294-3071 SPLIT END 806 Buchanan, #113, Boulder City (in Von's Shopping Center) HELP WANTED Help wanted, PT waitresses, bus, dishwasher & cook. Evan's OTG, 1129 Arizona St. BC HW27227 Nutritional Network Marketing company iookina for one (1) successful, open-minded person who is eager for an opportunity to earn $100,000 in the next 12 months. Call 1-800-3720754 and listen to others acrossihe country, then, call (702) 293-6487 or 1800-214-5247 if you are ready.to be that person. HW26732 The Henderson Municipal Court is accepting BIDS for the position of PUBLIC DEFENDER. The contract period is for one year, and requires at least two attorneys be included in the bid. Bids must be received by the close of business June 16,1997 at 5:30 p.m. For further information contact the Henderson Municipal Court at (702) 5652051. MH26241 49 Overweight people needed to lose weight & earn income, 800-5905677. HW26763 BLACKCANYONRAFT TOURS is taking applications for PT drivers, narrators & river pilots. Apply at 1297 Nevada Hwy., BC HW27235 PLUMBER ^, ...s YE*, iiin„giuMtt_._.v Srvlc ii Rapilr Wk. for Comm. t Risldantlal CiMn DMV & AppMnnc* SoutlMut RMldant Prttorrtd 896-8815 •••••••••• if Lawn & landscape ^ personnel needed • for local CO. Vr. round work Need drivers llcar)se 294-6274 HELP WANTED Wanted: MEDICAL ASSISTANT, Henderson. Call 565-1007. HW27544 MEDICAL OFFICE-We are seeking individuals that would like to work in a positive office atmospnere. We are currently looking for F/T MASSAGE THERAPIST and a P/T BACK OFFICE •PERSON. Greatbenefits and compensation to the right persons. Send resume to 893 Adams Blvd., or fax 293-0845. For questions call Kate, 293-3683. HW27563 EXPANDING OFFICE experienced, licensed real estate agents wanted. Liberal commission splits, bonus incentives also 100% concept avail, to producing agent. Call for private, confidential interview with Katie, 293-5757. HW27572 HAIR STYLIST STATION AVAIL. Call Sheila 293-5636 or 293-4322. HW27587 Specials offered. HDHair Dressers & Manicurists needed, 768-1488 or Page 661-4808. DRIVERS AND LABORERS 50 Needed Daily/Weekly Pay Apply LABOR EXPRESS 39 E. Basic Rd. Avon HasAPIsnforYOUl To Buy or Sll Call RosI* Shwman 293-0110 Ind. Ltadtrthip Rap. am I P^r 1 •••••••••• AVON Ask me how you can start your own "Home Business?' Maxine Hottel 293-6170 t Las Vegas Bay Marina now hiring: UNARMED SECURITY All Shifts 565-9111 • ••** • *••••*•* • GOLD STRIKE INN • & CASINO NOW HIRING: WaHraaaaa Security Guards Englnaart Hottaai/Cathlart Kane Runnars Bua Paraona Caaino Gaga Caahlara Houaakaapara, Una cooks t dishwashars -k i, Part-tlma gin ahop paraon. ^ ^ Apply In paraon at ^ Caahlara Caga USHWV83* Naar Hoovar Dam •*•**••***••* NOW ACCEPTING APPUCATIONS FOR THE FOLLOWING POSmONS: Front Desic ClerIt Keno Writers/Runners Cage Cashiers Host/IHostesses Guest Room Attendants Casino Porters Shampooer Food Servers • (all shifts available) | Restaurant Cashiers a Line Cool(s Dishwashers | Bus Persons a No experience I necessary, we will train. | I Apply with the Hotel a Front Desk. I No phone calls please | I Excellent Benefits & • Opportunity I Hair Analysis Drug Test | Required. Railroad Pass Hotel & Casino 2800 S. Boulder Hwy. Henderson, NV 8901S Parlor I I Cimu Circus Enltrprlta, Inc. a $6.00-$7.00/hr. MANUFACTURING/PRODUCTION Permanent and Temporary positions available High school graduate or GED required for some positions. Apply at 320 S. Boulder Hwy., Suite 102, HO. NEVER A FEE C//566-9662 for appt NEVER A FEE DRIVERS OTR LCL Bulk Transport, a leader in food grade liquid bulk, has openings for quality OTR drivers. BENEFITS: •Aaalgnad alr-rida convantlonal tractors •Sama mllaags pay loadsd or ampty •Paid loading A unloading •Paid vacations ittsf 1 yaar •I paM holldayt t paraonal daya •Sataty a aarvica bonuaaa •401k aavlnga program t profit aharing •Company paid unHorma For more info, and applications, call recruiting at 1800-677-5475 or 1-800-984-9823. HELP WANTED MYSTERY SHOPPERS. Would you like to be paid for occasional shopping assignments at local stores & restaurants, especially if you live within a 25 mile radius of BG? To request an application, send a cover letter, including name, address & phone number to: Shop 'n Chek, Attn: FPD 631, P.O. Box 740045, Atlanta, GA 30374-0045 (Send the ad) or E-Mail us your name, address & phone numberto: shopcheck shopnchek.com (please include the FPD #). Dental assistant/Quality safety, FT position, progressive BC office. Exper. as a dental assistant is required. Vac, holidays, incentives & Ins., wage negotiable. Contact li naka, 2930373. HW27384 PRODUCTION WORKERS, FT, pd. by the hr., pay DOE. Apply in person at: 674 Wells Rd., BC HW27383 DAILY a WEEKLY PAY Short/Long Term Assign. Now taking applications for: CLERICAL WAREHOUSE & CONSTRUCTION Apply in person, '•'TWtra'-iawr igoii.-rri^^ '' 331 Water St., Henderson GENERAL LABORERS WAREHOUSE CONSTRUCTION CLEAN-UP Daily Pay Phone & Trans a plus LABOR EXPRESS 35 E. Lake Mead Dr. AUTO TECHNICIAN; SEEKING QUALIFIED* TECHNICIAN FOR VERY BUSY REPAIR FACILITY. ^ General experience. ASE preferred. Excellent pay and benefits package. Call Brian or Tony for interview 293-4776 WENDY'S Now hiring Day/Night Cashiers Premium Pay! 1131 W. Sunset (Across from the Gaileria) SHIFT MANAGERS with 1+yrs. mgmt exp. also needed. EOE Airline Jobs! Now hiring, $10-$2S/hr. All positions skilled & un-skllled. Excel, pay/benefits. Call 1-504-429-8229, Ext. 4626 A39,24 hrs. IMMEDIATE OPENINGS •Full & Part Time* Walgreens, the most respected leader in the retail drug Industry, Is now accepting applications for stores throughout thearea The following positions are currently available: •Cosmeticians •Cashiers •Pharmacy Technicians •Stock Clerks •Service Clerks •Bookkeepers •Price Adminletrators We offer competitive 8tartlr>g salariee. Interested applicants should apply In person or send a resume to: Walgreens ATTN: Shelly 4340 South Velley View Suite #208 Las Vegas, NV 89103 WALGREENS 77ie Pharmacy Amarica Truata Full Time EXECUTIVE SALES REPRE* ^ SENTATIVE. Knowledge of quick print ^ ^& four-color processing. Reliable,^ "^ energetic & self-motivated. Fax resume '^ to 702-434-3527 or call for appointment, asit for Lynda, 435-7700. ••••••••••••••••••• Your next job could be a cruise... Lake Mead Cruises is lookmg tor sharp upbeat individuals witti a willingness lo learn (no expenerce is necessary) Full and part'lime openings are availaUe lor the following positionS| J. Bar & Cocl(tail Staff ^ Galley Staff J. Waitstaff Lake Mild Cfuses uuMMdCnMsiw A, Snackbar Staff J, Cooks X Deckhands X Maintenance J^ Reservation/Ticket Staff hpf/f^ m Person to *m Lakeahora Rd • BouMtr dty. NV f/i fit ttrtMi rWk SwMct tf C^IHI QWV1M% EMptojfV BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES INTERNET ACCESS THROUGH your TV! Publicly tradedcompany. Make $500-$2000 per week immediately. Help Kids! No computer necessary! Full training provided. 1-800-409-8311. 8026398 Established lawn care business in BC, 2947718. B027228 100 Billion Worldwide relaxing fun at home, huge weekly permanent Income, 293-4520. B026481 $29,900! Buys this Successful B.C. Restaurant with ALL Equipment, BRET, 2948482, Desert ,Sun RIty. FULL COLOR ADS in the IMALL! Reach millkxis on the Internet! Free details: 1-800-408-5618 ext. 2356 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES NOTICE TO READERS: The HBC Publications does not vouch for the legitimacy of items, jobs, or money-making opportunities advertised in this classification. We suggest you carefully evaluate such offers and not send money to these advertisers unless you are certain you know with whom you are dealing and you know all terms and conditions of the offer START YOUR OWN cruise travel business. Earn up to 70% commission. Home-based business opportunity. Free cruise. $49 start-up fee. 1-800-836-0086. B022512 Rural life near LV. Turnkey FEED & TACK STORE. Priced below mkt. value, $400,000. Doing volume business. Largest feed store in Pahrump. Diane, Hollis L. Harris Realty, 1-702727-0249. 8027311 CASH NOW FOR future payments! We buy payments from insurance settlements, annuities, mortgage notes. We also buy casino winnings annuities. Call R&P Capital. 1-800-338-5815. LEARN HOW TO make $900 per week at home! Complete mail order business, guaranteed! Call for free details. 1800-311-6674. B026788 MAKE UP TO %bO^ everyday! Our company closes all of your sales. It doesn't get any easier than this. Toll free 24slT&oiAmessage 1-888251-2134. B027478 WANTED! 79 PEOPLE to lose 10-29 lbs. next 30 days. 800-311-6070. FRIENDLY TOYS & GIFTS has immediate openings in your area. Number one inparty plan: Toys, gifts, Christmas, home decor. Free catalog and information. 1800-488-4875. WIDOW, GUNSHOP OWNER retires. $500,000 at cost inventory. Can move or stay. High desert loc. Contact my agent. Shafran, P.O. Box 676, Claremont, CA 91711, or (909) 6232151. B027465 ROUTE, SALES & SERVICE DELIVERY Servicing customers In Las Vegai arsa Mon.-Frl. Potential to earn S30,OOO aiMMial • commlMion. •S day vorti week, Mon.-Fr1. "Hea l th Insurance •Uniforms Fumlshad •Plus Sales Commission Must hsve valid Nevada Drivers Ucensa A clean, safe driving record. Accepting applicitions. Please apply at: Worli Clothes Rental Service, Inc.. 66S Parltson Rd., HendMVon, NV. NO PHONE CAUS PLEASE FINANCIAL SERVICES CASH TODAY. We purchase structured settlements, workers comp. claims, pensions and mortgages. Call 800-4227317. FS22486 YOUR SEARCH FOR a real estate loan stops here! A-2-Z Mortgage Solutions, 1-800-997-. 1955. FS27481 $$CASH$$ IMMEDIATE $$ for structured settlements and deferred insurance claims. J.G. Wentworth 1-800-3863582, FS27470 HOME LOANS! PURCHASING or refinancing? Perfect credit or problem credit! Heath Financial Services can help you. Offices in Nevada and California to serve vou. 1-800-6550331. FS27488 WE PAY CASH for personal injury settlements, I.G.T. casino winnings & mortgages! No fees ever! Sandier Funding Group. Top dollar paid! Call 1800-600-0101. FS27487 • HomeLosos • Refioanoe • Mafaile/Laod • 2iid Mottgagei Credit Problems, IRS Ldns, Bankraplcy, PiyaffCmlit Cards-O.K. Qdl: HMOUELLETTE @ 702-598-3739 YOUR LOCAL IT PAYKOIX COMPANY ftVHDlI ServLCES & Geaneral Ledger •wK/iain ^\tmca' >ic>iia • • .ndilha K oalf, UUIbWi •llMk RccmicUllMlfNM \()>uHn< ^ Deliver -. L 733-0378-J mnak rinuruii ccacms FINANCIAL SERVICES NO EQUITY REQUIRED! Homeowners! •Consolidate your credit cards, debts, do home improvements, get cash fqr any reason! Up to $75,000. Call now! 1800-477-9387. First Suburban. FS26399 CALL US LAST FOR fast cash! Receiving payments? Turn your annuity, mortgage, trust deed into immediate usable cash. Call now. Best Prices Nationwide! 1800-659-2274 Ext. 32. DOMESTIC HELP Housecleaning, honest, reliable, pis. call 5659064. DH26746 Childcare in my home, M-F, 6:30-5:30, FT/PT, Arrowhead & Horizon area, 566-4982. Home daycare. Horizon & Greenway area has openings for 1 yr. & preschool, FT. Also before & after school, meals incl. License applied for. For info, call 566-6229. Responsible at home mother who would love to watch your child/children. Flex hrs., turn, meals & snack, (good neighborhood). Call Penny 565-0499. COMMERCIAL RENTALS Former model, newer condo in BC. All upgrades, 1157 sq.ft., 1st floor. Owner wants FAST SALE, 293-4559. BABYSITTING in my home, ages 2-5 only, 293-0599. DH27589 OldFasbiaasd JjQme. base childcare In BC, summer openings avail., F/PT, excel rets., call Michelle, 293-1780. CHILD CARE near Boulder Hwy./Sunset. 7 days a wk., day and night, great ref. Call 566-6000. Babysitting in my BC home anytime or age. Good meals, fun & love. Call Kim, 294-4198. HOUSE RENTALS Duplex, Hend., 2 bd., 1 ba., 700 S.F. incl., utils. & appls., $700/mo. vacant, 565-1120.' Duplex for rent, 1 bd., 1 ba., $500 + deps., utils. incl., NO PETS, 5658296. HR26773 2bd. downtown, no pets, $600/mo. + dep., water p d., 564-3140. HR26999 DUPLEX, 1 bd., + extra rm., used'as child's bd. Kit. & living rm., stove & refrig., fenced yd., util. pd, no pets, $485/mo., 1st, last req. Open House, Sun., 10 am12:00, 638 Avenue MBC. HR27529 Avail.'7/1,2bd., Iba.w/ £itorage&W/D.219Zinc_ S675/mo. + deps., 5645142. HR27547 3 bd., 2 ba., 2 car gar., cov. patio, fenced back yd., $900/mo. + deps., no pets, call Al at Jensen's Realty, 564-3333. New 3 bd., 2 ba., 2 car gar., fenced yd., $900, 566-6466. HR27451 Arrowhead Estates Townhouse, 2 bd., 1-1/2 ba., 2 car gar., 2 story, $775/mo. + dep., NO PETS, call Al at Jensen's Realty, 564-3333. "Palm Canyon HD, Mountain views, newer 1668 SF, 3 bd., 2 ba., walk-in closet, tiled kit., fenced yd. w/patio slab, $1095/mo. + dep.,cr.ck., N/S, 361-4188, own/lie. LAKETREE 3 bdrm. Condo Townhouse w/ Lake Mead view, dbl. garage, washer/dryer, refrig., drapes, pool, no yarcfwk. Now Showing. Ready 6/15 $915 +dep., 293-1379. BCHR27545 2 bd., 1 ba.,Tn quiet BC area, $700/mo., NO PETS, call 293-4517.HR27397 Near Racetrack, like new, nice 2 bd. + den/office, ready for .move in, call Donna, Century 21, JR Realty, 564-5142/56593n. HR27409 1 bd. house w/central air, $680/mo. includes utilities, corner Bldr. Hwy. & Lake Mead Dr., 5642445, Iv. msg. HR27621 2bd., 1 ba.,lvrm.,dinrm. & Ig. util. rm., central heating & air, all new carpet & flooring, $685/ mo., 293-3168/3762310. HR27624 COMMERCIAL RENTALS Warehouse for sale or lease. 600 sq. ft. 20x30 zoned CM39,500 or 300.00 month plus assoc. fees. 707 Canyon Rd., M-3, call 294-0225. C027421 OLD TOWN BC, retail office or shop. 540 Ave 6,294-0605. C024393 Offrce Warehouse BC, 1200 SF, 10 ft roll up door, 709-F Yucca St., $680/mo. incl. utilities, 293-4757. C0276 17 ouu sq. n. offk:e. 1590 FoothHI Dr., $550 month. 294-4125. C027579 Professional office space for lease avail, immed., approx. 840 sq. ft. Eagles Nest Office Park, 1000 NV. Hwy., $450 per mo, 293-3119. C027562 Hairdresser Needed. Great walk-in salon. Instant clientelle, commission or station rent, BC, 293-0336. C027558 OFFICE SPACE approx. 1200 SF or can be divided. Upstairs in Anchor Really dome, 1497 Nevada Hwy. Separate entrance, bathrm., heating/ cooling. $450/no., incl. utils. Call Katie, 2935757. C027571 VONS SHOPPING CENTER Retail Space Available Neal Sinlakin, Broker 294-1444 BOAT HOUSE STORAGE II FOR RENT 7000 Sq. ft. Office Space With Living Quarters 1000 Sq. Ft. Warehouse Area Very Reasonable 688 A Wells Rd., 293-2202 BOULDER CITY Historic District 800 SQ. FT. Professional Suite |njnclQ*Kli*p.sa!.Multi-Unit BIdg. 294-8455 Hairdresser Needed. Great walk-in salon. Instant clientelle, commission or station rent, BC, 293-0336 APT. RENTALS Clean green Boulder City's finest, very modern most affordable apart, w/2 bd., 1 ba., unfurnished, all elec, dw., Ig. 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. 9 mo. lease. Call 293-3324. AR27358 Clean! Clean! Clean! 1 bd., Ivrm., kitch. & full ba., nice quiet older neighborhood, $450/ mo., 293-7454. AR27503 Ibd. apt., cable TV, utils. turn., wash rm. facilities, • MbOimo:, 294-2244/ 293-2746 AR27603 FOR RENT: Kitchenettes, $65/wk. Utilities pd. SHADY REST MOTEL, 565-7688. AR9597 For Rent, 4/1 $395/mo.-tutil., resp., depend, single male, 1 bd., office, 1 ba., kitchenette, msg. 3910587. AR24396 11g. bd. apt. in HD, $390/ mo., single occupancy, security fenced, all utils. pd. except elec, 5645779. AR27645 Rent 1 bd. apt., close to downtown, no pets, $425/ mo. + deps., 564-2325. AR27359 2 bd., 1 ba. duplex, AC, priv. patio, NO PETS, $525/mo., avail, soon, 565-1121. AR27361 HD upstairs unit, 2 bd., roomy, refrig., stove, central air/heat, w/d room for 4-plex, cov. parking, $550/mo. $400dep.,pet ok w/pet dep., easy move in, call 564-3969. AR27586 Georgia Ave. Aparts. NO PETS, 293-7775. AR27432 2 bd., 1 ba. in Hend., avail. 7/1, $500 mo., $250 dep., 564-5712. AR27511 Teddy's Kitchenettes, Just bring your toothbrush. Everything furnished. PH. 293-1716. BC ^ NEW KITCHENETTES, phone, satellite, maid service. STARVIEW MOTEL 293-1658. BC AR14278 Ridge Apts. in BC, 2 IxJrm. No pets. Lease for 12 mo. 293-0420. AR27534 Studio apt., stove & refrig., ground floor, walking distance to town, $300, utils. pd.. Seniors, 565-8165. AR26367 ROOMS, APTS. & HOUSE avail. Pis. caN for info., 435-9123, Iv. msg. AR26078 Nk:e 2 bd, 1 ba., private fenced yard, all utils. pd. except elec. & phone, washer, range & f ng. incl., assoc. fees paid, $480/ nw., 565-1750, no pets. AR27248 Clean 2 bd. apts., 1 Block from Skyline Casino or 302 W. Bask: Rd. NO PETS. 435-8261. AR27508 APT. RENTALS 2bd.,1 ba., upstairs apL Near Sunset & Bldr. Hwy. NO PETS $475/mo. + deps. 566-6260. AR27429 KITCHENETTES Special Move-In No Deposits STARVIEW MOTEL Boulder City Call Tom or Robert 293-1658 CORNER COURT APTS. 2 iJdrm., 1 ba. Near Basic High $S25/mo. + tec. dep. No Pets 434-9827 CONDO BC Very Clean 2 bd., 2 ba., frpl., Close to schools 294-0605 Kitchenettes fully furnished w/cable in Boulder City. 293-4445 Cell 682-7914 APT, RENTALS BC nicest apt. in BC. 2 bd., 2 ba., walk in pantry, walk in closet, upgraded appls., priv. storage, priv. cov. patio, upstairs unit, $650/mo., 293-0008 before 10 a.m. or after 5 p.m. AR27634 GATED DUPLEX 2 bd. bathtub/tpa Central air, ceiling fan. Fully carpeted, stove, Irldga, big back yd., near shopping, NO PETS $575/nio. 433-6069 APARTMENTS AS LOW AS $275 a Month furnished 564-6952 ^„ NOW AVAILABLE Lg. 1 Bd., 2 Bd. 2 Ba. Spacious 3 bd. ASK ABOUT OUR MOVE IN SPECIAL Call Today Lakewood Cove 1100 N. Center St., HD 564-2258 MERLAYNE VILLA APTS. 2 bd., 2 ba., microwave & dishwasher, $625/mo. 409&417Merlayne Across from the • NEW Wel ls Park.Swjm Qjr^ • •"' II Ednal^, riinman Grade School 565-9582 HENDERSON PLAZA Lg. 2 bd., 1 ba.. Free hot water & cable. Pool, laundry facilities. Parklike setting. Police substation on site. Library, garden areas, monthly activities, $525/mo. Call 565-7512 Welcome home to comfortable living. CASA DE ALICIA AND M&M II APT Offers 1, 2&3Bedroom Apt. homes from $560 Pool, Laundry, small pets welcome. p 293-1615 'SItlSX' Mon.-FrL, 8 am-5 pm. AR24516 o "^ BRAND NEW APARTMENT 1 & 3 bedroom Close to shopping, school & park. Amenities include: stove, refrigerator, dishwasher & washer/dryer hookup. AVAILABLE TODAY 565-7028 I 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 ndar schools, park & shopping. 565-7028 26052 CONDO RENTALS I cONDO RENTALS 2 t>d., 2 ba., lg. rms., central air, carpeted, Boulder/Sunset area, near schools, $600/mo. + dep., 454-5806. CR27602 Oak Ridge Townhome, 2 bd., 1-1/2 ba.,lg. closets, fenced patio, W/D hookup, $575/mo., $300 sec./cleaning, 565-1499. CR27236 HND., College/Heather. Nice 3 bd., 2 ba. home with 2 car garage. Great neighborhood near Comm. College. AVAIL. NOW$965 + dep. NONSh^OKERS. 294-0323 or 293-2511. CR27294 *••••• GV condo., 2 bd., 1 1/2 ba., drapes, carpet, apt. size W/D, $650/mo. call between 9 ann-9 pm, avail. July 1. 454-4046. NEW CONDO-BC Avail, now. Lake View Single Story, 2 br., 1-3/4 ba., all appl., single car garage $1000 per mo. First and Last (702) 293-0600. GVarea2bd.,2ba.,split level ground floor, 2 car attached oar. w/elec. opener, W/D, all elec., 2 door frig., AC, ceiling fans, vertical blinds, no smokers, no pets, adults only, patio view, $750/ mo., IsL last-)-$400sec. dep., 1 yr. lease, 2936335. CR27233 • ••••• For Lease BC CONDOS 3 bd., 2 ba., 1 car gar., ^$90d deps, 2 bd., 1 ba., $650 deps.'A^ GV CONDO • 2 bd., 2 ba., $850 + deps. No pets, no smoking R.M. MANAGEMENT Beth-294-1500 • • •••••••••••••• CONDO RENTALS 2bdmi., 1-1/2 ba.,2story Bldr. Hills condo. Avail, immed. $675 mo., 1st last, security, 293-1471. CR27629 GVCondo:2br.,2bth.,2 yrs. old. Across from GV High. Verde Veijo, no pets, immed. occupancy. 1 yr. lease $900 mo. Call Fred or Sandy at Knapp Realty, 566-8185. CR27640 ROOM RENTALS Non-smoker, working gentleman, 565-1600 work, 564-6477 home. Studio, all utils. pd. & full house privs., $375, 5666466. RR26552 Room & ba., priv. entry, all house privs., utils. pa., $375, 566-6466. Furn. bd., own ba. in nice home, W/D, cable, etc. $350-450/mo., 5661777. RR27531 Priv. rm., priv. entrance, $85/wk., pay wk. ahead, stay a wk. ahead, $30 cleaning & damage dep., $200 moves you in, 5666777. RR26223 NEVADA INN, "A Friendly Place To Stay". Budget cottages to deluxe suites, beautiful pool & whirlpool, parking for boats and RV's. Call 702293-2044 for rates and reservations. Our suites are three room apartment size, with kitchen. ^R2€4&7 Lg. rm. in GV, by Gaileria Mall, priv. ba., full house privs., $400 incls. utils., 434-3985. RR25769 Fum. rni., $300/mo., near shopping & transportation, women preferred, 564-4904. RR27599 MOBILE HOMES BC vacant furnished mobile home in Adult Paric 10x40 w/addition only $12,000, call 2931342. MH23368 CONDO SALES Former model, newer condo in BC. All upgrades 1157 sq. ft 1st floor. Owner wants FAST, SALE, 293-4559. 2 bdrm., 1-1/2 bath, 2 story, Bldr. Hills, $69,500. AVAIL. July 1, Lease Option possible, 2931471.CS27055 WOW! LOCATION AND VALUE! Grab this 2 B, 2 B, 2 car garage, R.V. Parking Green Valley Condo. For Sale By Owner/Lie. Only $74,900 Susan 897-8409. CS27246 STEEL BUILDINGS All steel building, never erected, will deliver. Ask for Chariie, 1-800-3202340. MC16812 ALL STEEL 6UILDINGS Arch and Straightwall. 1-800-9733366. No Reasonable offer denied! MC27124 ALL STEEL BUILDINGS, incredible prices. Arch or straightwall. Summer special. 1-800973-3366. MC27469 ALL STEEL BUILDINGS Arch buildings & Straightwall. 1-800-9733366. No Reasonable offer denied! MC27619 1990 Lexington 27' MH low miles, dual air, many amenities, 454eng., 904243-1305. MH27525 62 ft. mobile home, 3 bds., 1-1/2 ba., country kitchen, spa, located 1501 Nev. Hwy., Space 65, $15,000. Phone 2933644 or 293-2340. Motor Home for sale, 26 ft. 1978Sportscoach, low mi., 433 Scenic-HD. Moore's M.H. Pk. 2 br. 2 ba., all elec. w/shed Champion, 293-7202. CONDO SALES MUSTSELL,2bd.,2ba., grd. fl., end unit. Beautiful, call 293-5575. REAL ESTATE LOTS Custom Home lot, 1/2 AC. Sec. 19, all utils., 76ad, tB*r;t3ucrrsw5^ 8631.L026768 GREAT VIEW!!! GREAT PRICE!!! 119 Stone Canyon, prox. 1/2 acre, LAKE and mountain views. REDUCEOJrom $295,000. Now $225,000. For info, call Nancy @ Dick Blair Realty 293-2171. L027567 1420 Pueblo Res. lot .64 Acres on B-Hill, $117,000, Red Mtn. RIty, April 294-1500. COMMERCIAL SALES Rare CM Zoning in BC, new 4700 SF masonry bidg., $300,000, 2932202. MC27204 LAND FOR SALE WILD WEST RANCH RUSTIC WESTERN RANCH 112.2 AC $49,000 So. Colorado Rockies. Located in foothills of Sangre De Cristos. High meadows w/spectacular views. Loaded w/deer, elk, bighorn sheep. Year round access w/power,& tel. Exc. owner financing. Call now 719-742-5207 Majors Ranch. REAL ESTATE Cozy 1 bedroom, 1 bath with balcony • < Fireplace. Refrigerator, washer and dryer stay I Newer carpet, New Hot water heater. Ready for an owner. $51,900. Whereelse could you get 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, and a 2 car garage attached townhouse in great condition and a no qual. loan. 4 this price-neutral colors, private patio and a private entrance. Better hurry or it will be sold. Sec. 19 Building lot—Corner, View, graded, ready to build. Call for details. Completely Landscaped—Beautiful one of a kind that would make anyone proud. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 1666 sq/ft., custom dining area, large open living/great room in quiet neighborhood. Close to schools, shopping, churches & freeway. $128,900. OPPORTUNITY'S KNOCKING!! Located in the downtown Henderson area. 2 bedrooms, 1 bath townsite home. Lot goes thru to the street behind. Zoned High Density Residential (according to Henderson's Redevelopment Plan). Great opportunity for only $74,999. HENDERSON PROPERTY. GOING-GOING-GONE—Call quick or you may not get a chance to see this 3 bedroom, 2 bath absolutely immaculate home. Open floor plan, islartd kitchen, upgrade flooring, wood blinds, alarm system, satellite dish & RV parking. The garage is even cooled. $149,900. 4 BEDROOM ON .22 ACRE LOT ... check this out! 4 bedroom, 2 bath, central cooling/gas heat, new paint/carpet, huge corner lot, RV plus parking and room to grow... $97,500. l2^ 564-6546ffi 101 E. Horizon Dr. CENTURION Office EACH OFFICC IS moePENOEtm.V OWNED AND OPERATf D VACATION RENTALS Cbol Summer Fun in Brian Head, Ig. condo, 3 bd., 2 master, frpl., Jacuzzi, sleeps 8, $65 week niohts, $90 weekends, $175 holidays, 294-2320. MC25023 REAL ESTATE LOANS CITIZENS MORTGAGE, INC. Payoff high rate mortgages, consolidate bills, home improvements, payoff land contracts, 1st or 2nd mortgages, no upfront cost. Call Dan Fouts, 1-800311-1534. MC27501 REAL ESTATE DELUXE BOULDER CITY EVERGREEN CONDO, 2 bd, 2 ba.. Cleans Quiet! Like NEW! VIEW! Excellent Neighborhood. Nicely Landscaped. 1322 Georgia Ave. $77,500 GREAT NEVADA REALTOR 871-0223. RE27225 For sale by owner Beautiful Lake Mead & Mt. View, 3 bd., 2 ba., formal liv. rm., kitchen, fam. rm., tiled patio, desert & green lan'dsc, quiet neighborhood, $214,650, call 293-2375. BY OWNER 2400 sq. ft. home4bd., 2-1/2 ba., on quiet cul-de-sac, 18x33 fam. rm. w/wet bar. Heated pool & spa, mature landsc. sep. 2 car 4067. RE25520 —GREEN VALLEY•STONE CREEK-.141.•> sq ft.. 4 bd. } car garage pool/spa. large bonus rni.. lols of upgrades! $289,900. •RE.SORT VILLASCONDO 3 bd.. 1 car garage. 2 baths. Better than new! Already upgraded! I year new $1.1.1900. —BOULDER CITY HOMES— •HANDYMAN SPECIAL4 bd 2 car, large lot, needs work, $l2.'i,000. Make Offer!! •HUGE LK. VIE W HOME'2990 sq. ft., .1 br whatever. Just remodeled—huge lot with detached garage—lots of extras—734 Ninth, Boulder City sleeper at $159,900. Neat as a Pin—Lake Mtn. Estates—Spacious homelarge lot—detached garage—662 Mt.Bona—$129,000. Over 3/4 acre Boulder City lot with Panoramic View of Lake Mead—About half the price of many view lots — won't last. $129,000. Henderson F^^^^at^Mpme—over 2,000 SF on 1/2 acre lot—re(^^T|$1|9^00. Located in Section 27 and priced t^eirr Boulder City home zoned Ranch Estates—Owner transferred and this lovely home must be sold. Over 4400 SF—Approx. 1/2 acre lot—Pool and Gazebo—lots of extras. 1434 Pueblo Dr. $328,900. F R E E A UC TI ONS!! I will sell your complete estate of personal property or any part thereof at no cost to you if you list and sell your property with me through the normal Real Estate Process (MLS) or through the Auction Process. Darwin Bible—293-3996 ANCHOR REALTY, 293-5757 I • Adobe Realty <^ (702) 293-1707 i|Sk 1 HOMES 2 Bedrm. Homes 1112 0lmoWy.+ den/bedrm. New. $178,500 924 Vista Lago Wy. S349.900 3 Bedrm. Homes 22 Shadow Ln. (Las Vegas) $107,000 5235 Silverharth Av. (Las Vegas) $108,000 625 Malaga Dr. $359,900 4 Bedrm. Homes 613Del PradoDr. Reduced $179,500 1410 Highland Dr. $269,500 1609 Bermuda Dunes'Pool $319,900 1608 Bermuda Dunes Pod Reduced $354,900 841 Robinson Ln. + Guest House Pool S449.000 1002 Keys Dr vacant lot $529,900 937 Woodacre Dr. New. $569,000 ..„„„ Condos 1303 Darlene Wy. $69,500 451 Intr^OLD $142,500 410 Key West, New $210,900 Manufactured Homes 596 Lk. Michigan, New 615Mt. AnteroWy. 627 Mt. Elben Wy. 12 Twin Gables (Searchlight) 1022 Keys Dr. New. '^"" 640 Valencia Dr. 605 Lido Dr. 1030 Keys Dr. New (2 Lots each for ) ••••'Black Ciyon Cow* $115,000 $129,500 $169,900 $ 34,500 $129,000 $149,000 $189,500 $225,000 $295,000 ll 'Members of the Multiple Listing Service. E.Mail cristinale@aol.com COME IN OR CALL FOR A FREE LIST OF AVAILABLE PROPERTIES FOR SALE Also available Commercial & Home Leasing 1310 NEVADA HWY BOULOER CITY FAX 702-293-7477 tP JonCurTn-293-1457 Stu Lo*t 293-3041 Dorothy Ktolln 293-5007 CNannc Vanatt* 293-4284 Crittina LtBraton, Brokar 293-2212 TOLL FREE #1-800-553-8081

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Page 18 Panorama Thursday, June 26, 1997 REAL ESTATE MAJOR NATIONAL LENDER has2,3& 4 BR Homes, Single and Multisectlon, Bank Repos, Easy Qualifying & Transfer of Paynfients, Terms, Negotiable or Make Cash Offer. Cain800-651-4625 ext. 911. RE27471 REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE GOVERNMENT FORECLOSED HOMES. Pennies on the $1. Repo's, VA, HUD, sheriff sales. No more down government loans available now. Local listings/directory. Toll free 1 -800669-2292 Ext. H-4000. RE27476 UTAH, ROOSEVELT WORKING horse ranch, w/w.o. 35 horses, 70 ac, barns, arenas, hayf ields, 5,000 sf. 5 bd. home. Uintah mtns., fish, hunt, ski. $425K. Owner 801722-2316. RE27479 This One Tops Them All A must see, only 18 mos. new. 4 bd., 3 ba., 2184 SF, liv./din./fam. nms. Kitchen is a pleasure to cook & entertain in. Very romantic master bd./ba. w/dual frpl. & extended sitting area. 2/city view. Here you can get into the swing of things for summer fun in your own pool! Corner lot w/3 car gar. Don't waste time you'll miss this one! Just listed at $169,000. Call Bonnie 373-^1967. RE27577 $100,000,000 in Sales \ RE/MAX Selling A9it In Hodtron When yours thinking of buying or selling a home, you'll want the transaction lo proceed swiftly and efficiently, Thai's why you should look for a real estate professional with special expertise in listing. selling, investment and taxes. Someone with a proven record of experience. Someone you can trust. That someone IS a Certified Residential Specialist (CRS), your best choice in real estate. ^^^ Call Dive Benrd, Brokef/Associite ^S)M~ REfflHAX SUNSET REALTY f& Broker/G.R.K). CRS (702) 566-6700 REAL ESTATE Rural living near LV, over 1800 SF. Nearly new custom home in Pahrump. Trees, drip/ sprinkler system. On 1/2 AC, only $120,000. Diane, Hollis L. Harris Realty, 1-702-727-0249. RE27310 BrelRynipn's DESERT SUN REALTY ',. We are Proud to Announce tlie Return of Ka y KImberilnl Please Call for All Your Real Estate Needs KAY KIMBERLIN, Realtor 293-6383 or 477-4818 > Desert Sun Realty 293-2151 HomesMart Stop paying real estate commission! www.homes-martcom **Save over 1/2 by advertising with** us instead of a real estate broker! • • Property shown by licensed realtors!** Same exposure as multiple listing but only $4500.00 instead of 6% • • :i::::294-2428=:"'='^^ = j ^^^ ~ j' j^.'j* • • — 293-6014 & ASSOCIATES •MINUTES FROM LAS VEGAS! BOULDER CITY HACIENDA! PRIVATE DRIVE LEADS TO YOUR OWN HIDEAWAY W/PRIVATE POOL ON ALMOST 2 ACRES, LARGE MASTER SUITE W/NEW SPA TUB, OPEN LIVING AREA W/HIGH CEIUNGS, WETBAR, SUNKEN FIREPLACE TO NAME A FEWOF THE MANY AMENITIES, PLUS GRADED HORSE ARENA FOR THE EQUESTRIAN, HAND CARVED DOORS, 10 FT.'CEILINGS, 31X34 FT. GARAGE, HEAVY DUTY 6" EXTERIOR WALLS, PLUS MUCH MORE. CALL FOR FULL BROCHURE W/ PICTURE, OFFERED AT $425,000. •OLD TOWN BOULDER CITY! BUILDING OPPORTUNITY! OVER 1/2 ACRE HEART OF TOWN ZONED COMMERCIAL (COULD BE 3 RESIDENTIAL LOTS) $150,000. •FORMER MODEL (TRIM & FIT FOR NEW FAMILY) ON GOLF COURSE! GORGEOUS SETTING, 4 BEDROOM, 2 1/2 BATH, 3 CAR GARAGE! DRIVE OVER TO 1725 ST. ANDREWS CT. PRICE REDUCED! TO $283,000. •WHAT MORE DO YOU WANT! VIEW LOT! IN CUL DE SAC BELLA VISTA LAKE VIEW LOT ACCESS FROM TWO STREETS COMES WITH APPROVED PLANS $89,500. •NEW LISTING! MANUFACTURED HOME IN MT! VISTA 2 BEDROOM, 1 3/4 "BATH, PLUSNEW CARPETMAKESTHIS AN EXCELLENT VALUE AT $95,000. ACT NOW! / ^.:V;:,. • DUPLEX! 3 BEDROOM, 1 3/4 BATH EACH SIDE, OWNER MAY FINANCE! $190,000. •WOW! THUNDERING HORSES! IS WHAT YOU CAN HAVE ON THIS 1/2 ACRE LOTZONED FOR HORSES IN SUBDIVISION 11 PRICED ATONLY $99,500 ACT NOW!!! •FOR LEASE! COMMERCIAL BUILDING OVER 2200 SO. FT., OFFICE/RETAIL SPACE STARTING AT $375 MONTH, ALSO SOME BUILD TO SUIT LOCATIONS AVAILABLE! CALL FOR FREE MAP & LIST OF BOULDER CITY PROPERTY! THANK YOU IN ADVANCE FOR THE OPPORTUNITY TO SERVE YOU! OUT OF STATE CALL 1 -800-962-3548 Rural life near LV. Turnkey FEED & TACK STORE. Priced below mkt. value, $400,000. Doing volume business. Largest feed store in Pahrump. Diane, Hollis L. Harris Realty, 1-702727-0249. RE27312 Casual Country Charmer With plenty of room for everyone to roam in this over 2600 SF custom home. Single story, 4 bd., 2ba.,3cargar.,inground pool, corner lot. Has all the amenities call me today to see. New on the market & won't last long! $249,900. Call Bonnie 373-1967. RE27578 Giant house, 5 ba., guest quarters, mother-in-law quarters, 1/2 ac. zoned for horses, $249,500, owner may carry with 10% down, 293-2433. RE27585 BY OWNER Beautiful 4 level home, finished basement w/klt., 4 bdrm., 3-1/2 bath, nice landscaping, spa, cvrd. RV prkng.. Fairway Dr. 3,000-f sq. ft. Lots of extras. Owner Financing Available. $279,000. 293-3020..^ BE27592^.^., REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE RENTALS New Bayvlew Condo! Furnished, 2 bdrm., 2 bath, 2 car gar., NON SMOKERS $995.00 SPANISH STEPS -1 st fir., 2 bdrm., 2 bath. All Appl. NON SMOKERS $785.00. Boulder Square 2 bdrm., 1 bath. NO PETS, NON SMOKERS $675.00 2 bdrm., 2 bath condo. No Pets, Nonsmokers $675.00. Dick Blair Realty 293-2171 FOR ALL YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDS.., Call Henderson's #1 Real Estate Team BRENDA BIRD GRI, CRS Lifetime Henderson Resident 564-1127 WENDY WILLIAIVIS 378-1689 ^TM^ JR Realty Over$125!V1illion in Sales 30 years combined Real Estate experience! "The DYNAMIC DUO Sells Homes!" Knapp Realty 'We nake House Calls' inapp Realty "Just callJUDY" 497-1553 JUDV MENKENS, GRI SpcWizing In Hwxierton/Graan Villey 9500 SF Lot w^lewi AMumiU* t SI S4,S00 RV Partc Pool ? Upgraded 3 Bl., 1816 SF, 3 Car Townhoira lor $64.875,2 Bd. 2 Bath, All appllancM Condo tor $66.000.2 Bad.. 2 Bith, All appllancat In NW 2 Story on Comar Lot lor $127,9M. 3 Bad., 1665 SF. storage (702) 497-1553 — 1-800-852-1726 ThePrudential (^ Southwest Realty Delia's Besf Buys nBTBESPSAU WiMta Buy fi>atTg AfenoMNm 'SaHar wTpay all coata tor buyara 'lllnaaa lorcaa •ala'1 bdrm. 1 ba.. w/gara9d • 2300aq. II-2 tlory 'flraplaca f omwr modal iwad ai 2nd homa 'golf couraa acroM aliaal -tttll •malta mm 'W.OOO ON. tS60 mo. • 5293 SItvarhMrt-eaat ataa. SaHar w/pay iH coala tor Buyw • ) or 4 bdrm. • laoo aqtfcov.patioflV-boalpafUng-walkloacttoola. park, shopping, golf tasOO dn., tTOO mo. • 130t SHvar Lalia-N.W. araa. • Sallar Mfpay all coata lor Buyar 1 bdrm, 2 ba. W gtraga '2000 aq. ft '7 min. froni laka tiraplaca 'comar lol o/RV-boat parMng 'Huga cov. palio tuimal d b M ug • ermar medal bacalyltvd In'Wnaaa loiraa aala 16700 dn.. ttoae mal 'Ml VartanamAVun a*YMMT 'Sallar aTpoy all coati lor Suyor "2 or 3 bdrm, 2 Under 1 yr. Old ba., wlftnt* '7 mint from laka 'leoo aq. tt landacapad-nmr loan w/SSWO DN. two mo. OR undar t2S,0O0 DN. No qualifying 'owner kanafaiTed, InrnadMa movo^-ai 7 LongalwnkaaaHOAaa 1bdrm.,2be.,Mlgerge't20aeq.lf0ii2Oalab )• Lot lor NV-boet, fully lancad 'aralli to sctMole, enopping, heapMal, gow a 3 mlna. from leto 'taidar tlLOOO ON.. No quaWylng '1407 Monlaray^C. tmmrtr^PAomn. 'Cualom 4 b*m..) ba. Wgvago'1/3 acra zonod t1O.0OO Dn. tor ImrMa '3400 iq. ft. 'VKW 'ape n^gaiabo -2 VEHICLES Fred and ElUt Knapp. GRI, CRS Residential "Mew and Resales' 'Property Management • 'Commercial l^nd Sales'' NEW OPFICE AT 827 S. BOULDER HWY. (ACROSS FROM SMITHS SHOPPING CTR) SELLING REAL ESTATE SINCE 1978 > FRED & ELLIE KNAPP 566-8185 m OuLsldeor Mevada: 1-800-209-2678 REAL ESTATE Own Your Own Home Now! No down payment on Miles materials. Innovative construction financing. Call Miles Homes, today, 1-800343-2884, ext. L. NO MONEY DOWN. If you are working or retired, you may be able to purchase home w/no money down. Call Georgetoday to find out how, 371-5375. REAL ESTATE Immaculate 4 bd., 2-1/2 ba. w/lake & mountain views. Must sell ASAP. Reduced $15K below BDCU appraisal. $185K, 502 Raini PI., 293-6173. REAL ESTATE Custom Home, single stoiy, 2600 SF, 4 bd., 21/2 Da., 3 car aar., lots of upgrades, 1/2 AC lot, mustsee, $224,000,5658631. RE26769 INDUSTRIAL OPPORTUNITY 7000 SF BIdg. wHti A/C unlta Avail, for laaaa, haa aaverel offlce/maating araea, kitchen & laundry rm., living quartara plua tOOO SF warehouae, high roll-up door. ONLY $3,000 par month Call Christine at B.C. Adobe Realty—293-1707 RED MOUNTAIN REALTY IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE.. BETH ALDWORTH Has joined our Team! 1647 Nevada Highway (702) 294-1500 (888) 733-6881 '* tt K a t li % k FREE LISTS! OF ALL AVAIUBLE PROPERTIES PICKUP-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 652 CALIFORNIA CHARMING. 3 bd. renovated, central a/c, $129,900. 767 SANDRA, PRICED WGHT. Offer presented, call for status. $135,000. 1305 MARITA Circular drive, 3 bd., custom features, pool. $167,000. 809 LOS TAVIS only 2 yrs. new, 3 bd., easy care yard. $169,900. 548 WOODCREST Great lake view, corner unit, wet bar, parquet floors & more. $189,500. 687 MARINA 42,*REMODELED 2 BD. i DEN, SKYLITES, OAK TRIM, 1660 SF. $139,500. 1300 GEORGIA "LA DOLCE VITA" 2 BD., 11/2BA.,PRIVATEYARD,SPLITLEVEL$96,000. 901 JUDI LANE "JUST LISTED" CUSTOM Offer presented, call for status. $185,000. 1288 SHENANDOAH, 3 BDRM., 2 BA., OVERSIZE LOT, 2000 SQ. FT. $123,500. 1402 ESTHER COMPLETELY REMODELED & UPGRADED 3 BD. "BEAUTIFUL" $153,000. 1407 ESTHER, 4 BDRM., 2 BA., 2 CAR GARAGE, LARGE YARD, NEEDS TLC. $139,999. 615 MT. WILLIAMSON, THE BEST ON MARKET! 2 BD., 2 BA., 1629 SF, $189,000. 4466 QUAIL, LV. 3 BDRM., 2 BA., GARAGE, HORSE ZONED $189,900. CUSTOM HOME BUILDING LOT IN LAKE MEAD VIEW ESTS. $170,000. 632 VALENCIA, NEWER 4 BDRM., 2 BA., 2000+ SQ. FT. CUSTOM $259,900. 598 LAKE MICHIGAN, 3 BDRM. 2 BA., IN UKE MOUNTAIN EST. Foreclosure, $122,500. 323 SEINE, HNDSN. 2 BDRM., 1-3/4 BA., 1 CAR GARAGE (Condo) $83,500 1.86 ACRE CUSTOM HOME LOT ON BHILL OWNER FINANCING $229,000. 440 ENTERPRISE. FORMER MODEL. ATRIUM, WATERFALL $211,000. 111 CAPERNA 4 BDRM., 3 BA., OVER 3400 SF CUSTOM. UNIQUE! $595,000. 698 RACETRACK #1622 2 BDRM., 2 BA. COUNTRY HILLS. SW DECOR $83,000. BEAUTIFUL KEY LARGO" 3 BDRM.-DEN, NEUTRAL DECOR., LAKE VIEW $218,000. 251 DUKE OF WALES, HNDSN., 3 BDRM., 1-3/4 BA. COMPLETE REM0DEL$110,000. 698 RACETRACK #113. HNDSN. 1 BD. 2 BA. COUNTRY HILLS. NICE $79,950. 110 SEA BREEZE,3 BDRM., 2-3/4 BA. POOL, UKE & MTN. VIEW $292,500. Your Home Here! 407 SUM Offer prei CUSTOM UNDS. 'SOECX ILLS, HDSN., tus ARINA HIGHS. $92,000. 698 RACETRACK #724. Offer presented, call for status. 687 MARINA #34.2 BDRM. 2-1/2aA. LAKE VIEW. SELLVRENT $127,000. 10045 RANCHO DESTINO, LV. 5 BDRM., ZONED 4 HORSES $319,000. 8 CUSTOM HOME LOTS ALL WITH LAKE VIEWS, $122,000-$145,900. 630 ARRAYO. 4 BDRM., 1-3/4 BA. Offer presented, call for status. 8 LOTS OVERLOOKING LAKE MEAD RM. FOR RV GARAGES. $122,500-$145,800. 614 LAKE SUPERIOR. BUCKINGHAM MODEL 2 URGE BDRMS. $197,900. 687MARINA#44.TENANTSTAYS!2BDRM., 2-1/2BA., 1660 SF $131,500. 1534 MANCHA: ON GOLF COURSE. 3300+ sf, 4 BDRM., RV $279,000. 591 LAKE SUPERIOR. 2 BD. 'CHALET MODEL'. ALL-ADULT LK. MTN. ESTS. 1124 LILL sented, cat 3sgi:D A. Offer pre632 DON VINCENTE. VERY NICE 4 BDRM. Offer presented, call for status. OPEN Mon-Fri 9 am to 5 pm Sat10am-3pm Sun. 12-3 Eves by appointmt. After hours call: Pat Bernstein Mary Board Linette Davis Jennifer Gleed Kim Brancacio 564-9769 293-7254 293-1097 293-3483 293-3056 Sherry Ldtham• 294-3185 Susan Melton 293-0226 Dorotfiy Waterman 293-4797 Ellen Lamb Stromberg, Broker 293-6508 1& m was Each office is independently owned and operated VEHICLES VEHICLES VEHICLES VEHICLES VEHICLES VEHICLES D 3 DAYS ONLY!!! FRI. • SAT. • MON. ^mi AS AS APR. S500 CASH BACK EVERY VEHICLE IN STOCK, NEW AND USED, WILL BE PRICED TO SELL NOW! ^mt ^UNTHl, from M *No qiwfytng toan *404 OlMfow^n fr-rM w npi—rrm i TM iMi T Bi -i r) llft^^|Tlf^ll^ r"lAon 0tar gegmm proOucm who m0gm the pb (tone Call Delia at 565-3852 SUNSET STATION Buy or Lease a New Vehicle from Ford Country and Receive a One-Nlgtrt Stay at Sunset Station. ta(donAiIMy5iin.-T)iunJE>|*tiJuty]1 1997^ NEWCARSI'8,995 V .^ GO! NEWEST FORD DEALERSHIP IN NEVADA • Huc£ SoicnoN NEW B USED VEHKUS • YooR TOTAL TiUNSPOirrATWN SoiimoN •STATI-OF-THE-ART PARTS 8 SERVO • MusTAwc Stay's DKER Ow-Sm 'i 'i Up To M ORER FORD COUNTRY Valley Auto Mall • U.S. 95 8 Sunset 280 N. Gibson Rd. • Henderson .0. 566-FORD 36n T-BiRD RANGER T-eird #3362 Ranger f39S5 Exptorer#3253 TaunK#2614 Sub)eci to prtw sale, on approved acdH.pkB ta and t99 doc fee tll995 K a Ford Aspire #2287 St HA> ESPANOL Thursday, June REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE KILLER DEAL! 1588 BERMUDA DUNES 2790 sq. ft., 4 Bdrm., 4 baths, 3 car garage, R. V. parking/fountain, pool! On the golf course. Best buy! $298,000 firm! Call Sandra Deubler Century 21 Action Network 271-3277 Qmuy, I 2L Henderson Realty, Inc. 'The Property People" 18 Water Street 564-2515 Call now for new home Information! 1 Bedroom Condo for efficient lifestyle, this super duper 1 bdrm., I ba^ha s it all. w'lnorF'(3ESII^rcaTrto3'ay" S:88592"'"" Great NeighborhoodSpa & very Ig. Gazebo. Covered patio, 3 bdrm., 2 ba., 2 car gar., split master, & see thru f/p. Only $121,900.8:27984 Spectacular View of city lights & mountains. This 4 bdrm., 2-5 ba. has lots to offer. Formal liv. rm., & din. rm., workshop, huge gar., basement, RV & boat parking. All of this in section 19. C:98593 This One Won't Last • This beautiful lownhouse has nearly 1200 sq. ft., 2 master bdrms., 2.5 ba., cozy liv. rm. w/glass & brass end. gas log f/p. Lg. dining area, lots of storage, covered parking. Priced to sell. N:96765 Owner Savs Sell! 4 bdrm., 2 ba., lg. fenced bckyrd. Mature shade trees. All for $89,900. B:92346 Land In Sec. 32 • Starling at $49,500 an acre. No Lawn Mower needed. This great 3 bdrm. home has beautiful desert landscaping. Completely redone inside w/ Berber carpet & ceramic tile. Must see to ftelieve. Call today'.lE:3^^'^ Pack On Market Sparkling Pool, 3 bdrm., 2 ba., tile roof. Very desirable neighborhood. Low price. Only $119,500. H:96640 t=) lAl EACH OFFICE IS ISING INDEPENDENTLY OWNED OPPORTUNITY AND OPEFIATED Q Blend of Mediterranean/contemporary style & Award winning Architect exudes style $575,000 PARK LIKE SETTING 4brM.5ba/3gar Ri:i) MOIM AIN REALTY 1647 Nevada Highway (702) 294-1500 TOLL FREE : 888-REDMT81 RESIDENTIAL WONDERFUL VIEWS.. 4br/3ba/2gar B-hill beauty. Panoramic views of 8C Vaulted ceilings, Lagoon pool w/waterfall $650,000 LAKE & MTN. VIEWS 3br/3ba/3gar Golf course home has luscious landscaping & a bathroom in every bedroom $337,500 BUILD YOUR OWN EQUITY 4br/2.5ba/3gai Lowest priced home on golf course. $257,500 WATERS EDGE 3bW3ba/2gar Beautiful home w/lakeview' ENTERTAIN HERElll Well maintained home w/extras QUIET NEIGHBORHOOD Lake & mtn Views, upgrades' $249,900 NEW CONSTRUCTION 3br/2ba/2gar 2086 sf $239,000 4br/3ba/2gar Large livmgroom/sep fam rm Pool $179,900 SPACIOUS TOUCAN TRAILS 3j5r/2ba/2gar $179,500 3br/3ba/0gar Great fam, Home w/ inside atnum $149,900 CHARMING Central BC Home 2br/1ba/1gar Well maintained home w/Central air' $110,900 GREAT STARTER HOME 2br/1ba/0gar Central air & heat Great floorplan $107,500 CONDO/TOWNHOME VIEW OF LAKE & MTN. 3br/4ba/2gar $219,900 2br/2ba/0gar Upgrades galore in gorgeous home $86,500 HENDERSON TOWNHOUSE 2br/2ba/2gar $98,500 2br/2ba/0gar $850.00 Manna Cove basement condo EXCEPTIONAL G.V. CONDO 1316 sq ft with courtyard SPANISH STEPS Lease Upper level Comm Pool, FP COMMERCIAL/LEASE/LOTS INDVST/LEASE New bidgs In industrial area Call Apnl for various prices/sizes available OFFICE/WAREHOUSE New construction in Industrial area Different sq ft available $.758.f. Building also for sale $1,100,000. Call Bill/Brad '^HOUSE lease in BC's new indust Area WASm 4C^Mbic bidg w/3 phase power $1600 per month f^ESIDENTIAL L07S Available ^ppx '5 3 acres w/lake views $995,000 3 back up to mtnside w/lake view $450,000 Gorgeous views in Lake Mead Estates $195,000 2 w/possible lake views Both priced m the 80't ,TM OPEN HOUSE SATURDAY, JUNE 28 From 11-2 at: 638 GRANADA Dr. Bella Vista REAL ESTATE B.C. home tor sale by owner. Newer 1 level, 4 Br., 2-1/2 Ba.,encl. porch, 3 car gar., large lot. Upgrades incl. air filter system, sauna shower, water purification systems, ceiling fans, sound system, corian counterlops & much more. $247,000. For appt., call 294-4916. REAL ESTATE For sale or lease, contemporary custom home w/lake & mtn. views, designer int., granite & marble floors & counters, 4bd., 3-1/2 ba., pool/spa, mister, cov. patio, alarm, vac. & more, $40,000 under appraisal, call 2930216. Principles only. RE27446 Barbara & Keith Storey, Pager 390-3280 • a Is Always Selling Henderson m. Century 21 JR Realty I Quality Service Award Olflcs, 1994-95 101 E. Horizon Dr., Suite A Henderson, Nevada 89015 95 • ThePrudential (^ Jensen's Realty''^ Thinking of Buying or Selling? The Rock is the answer! The Prudential Jensen's Realty Specializes in Residential-Commercial .and Property Management til EQUAL HOUMNC OfPOaTUNITY We're here to serve you Henderson jmi 564-3333 ^rL VEHICLES VEHICLES REAL ESTATE OWN FOR THE price of renting! Build your home now, without the downpayment banks demand. Complete construction & permanent financing if qualified. DeGeorge Home Alliance, 1-800-343-2884. •••••••••• • k Must SELL! it Appralawl $186,000 _: $169,900 ^ 3 bd., 2 ba., -^ pool w/spa, 1900 SF 'A' • 800-S17-6531 • •••••••••• GV PRIVATE PARTY 2600 sq. ft. home on cul-de-sac 4 bd., 3 ba., pool spa, many upgrades $269,900 NO REALTORS Pis. call for details 896-7280 Thousands below appraised value. Seller will pay 2 point toward closing cost. COMPLETELY REMODELED 3 t>d., 2 ba., pool w/spa $179,500 firm 294-4150 VEHICLES REAL ESTATE La Dolce Vita townhouse, 2 story, 1500SF, 2bd., 1-1/2 ba., near schools, $92,125, 293-0614. BOATS & RVs 14 ft. Lonestar aluminum boat w/trailer, $400; 2937889. BR27515 76 Eldorado motor home Class C, go condition $5000, 564-1321. BR27528 1992 Tracker 17', 4CHP, w/trailer, fish finder & other extras, low usage $3500, 294-0917. BR27380 14 ft. Hobie cat w/trail^r, 3 lessons, $650, 2932660. BR27659 2 Jet Skis, 650 X2's, looks & runs gr., low hrs. '89$1500&'90-$1600,2945051.BR27639 MOTORCYCLE 83 Honda CB 1000, 22,000 ex. shape, steal at $1500 080, call 2941675. BOATS & RVs 1991 Galaxy 18' open bow, 130 HP, inboard/ outboard, Cobra CMC. Bimini top & full canvas cover. Trailrite trailer w/ spare. All in very good condition. $7000. 2941650. BR26309 TRAILERS RENT OR SALE Park Models good for 1 or 2 people Rents start $375/up Sales start $1500/up Ask for Donna/Mario 294-8888 BOAT, RV & SELF STORAGE 704 Canyon Rd. Boulder City, NV 294-5025 Fully enclosed/each unit has an alarm 1997 Panorama Pago 19 V -1 VEHICLES VEHICLES VEHICLES TOW DOLLY, pulls good behind motorhome, $450. 565-9254. VE27455 81 BuKk Skylark, $1250; 80 Ford LTD, $1350; 83 Nissan$1950,565-1579. VE27449 SEIZED CARS FROM $150. Jaguar, Corvette, Mercedes, BMW, Porsche, Honda, 4x4s, trucks, and more. Local sales/directory. Toll free 1-800-669-2292 ext. A40000. VE27477 1980 Ford Courier long bed, 4 cyl., 5 speed runs good, extra 4 cyl. Pinto eng., auto trans, engine stand, radiator $1400, 294-2402. VE27568 For sale, 85 Mustang, 5.0 new tires -power air, runs great, $2795 OBO, 293-0440, must see. VE27566 SEIZED CARS from $175. Porsches, Cadillacs, Chevys, BMW's, Corvettes. Also Jeeps, 4 WD's. Your area. Toll Free 1-80O218-9000 Ext. A-8891 for current listings. VE27161 1988 Pontiac Grand Prix LE. Air/p/w. Below blue book $3500, 293-0991. VE27608 1986 Saab 900 Turbo, Gr. shape, CD, phone 768-9725... aiudime. .-Ve2rB53 ^^ VEHICU! 93 Sbburban GMC 4x4, low mi.^24l<. 294-4401, Iv. mess. VE22510 FEEL INTIMIDATI CAR DEALERS? I can help you SAVE THOUSANDS-GUARANTEED. Call Now. 702643-4639 (24 hr. recorded msg.). VE27582 Buick wagon 86, 2931386 low blue book/new paint, Ford Bronco II, 293-1021, 4 wheel drive AM/FMair. VE23257 87 HONDA ACCORD DX new gaskets & belts, $2000, 565-6481. Well maintained 1985 89 Toyota Corolla, excel, cond., 1 owner $6000 OBO, 293-47P3. VE19776 1948 Ford 3/4 ton stripped down, $800/ OBO. 735-0741 or 4357761. VE26853 89 Plyrtiouth Reliant, good transportation car, $1500, 565-0968. VE25177 93T-Bird, Loaded, Great Condition, $9800, Call 434-2218. VE20594 GOVERNMENT 91 Plymouth Grand Voyager, excel, cond., MUST SELL, AM-FM cassette. $9500. 294-0494. VE21196 1980Cadillac, runs good, lots of new parts. 5646477 home, 565-1600 wori<. VE26852 WE ARE THE #3 HYUNDAI DEALER IN THE NATION (Not a Lease) ^-*j*(Not a Lease) WHY SPEND ^12;6b6<>o FOR THE AVERAGE USED CAR WE'LL SELL YOU A BRAND NEW • 97 HYUNDAI FOR THOUSANDS LESS! I 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! '95 NISSAN SENTRA GXE 4 door, air, automatic, power steering, power brakes, power windows, power door locks, 4 cyl, cruise, tilt, cassette. Excellent Condition Full Price $9,995 '95 HYUNDAI ACCENT 4 DOOR 4 cyl, automatic, air, power brakes, power steering, cassette. Factory Warranty Demonstrator Full Price $9,995 '93 HYUNDAI ELANTRA "GLS" 4 DOOR Automatic, full power, air conditioning, power windows, tilt wheel, cruise control, AM-FM cassette, rides and drives like new. (Blue) Full Price $7,995 "95 HYUNDAI ACCENT 4 DOOR 5spd., air, power steering, power brakes, 4cyl., cassette, low miles. Excellent condition. Full Price $8,999 '96 HYUNDAI ACCENT 4 DOOR Air, automatic, power brakes, power steering, 4cyl., AM/FM/cassette, low miles. Full Price $11,495 '96 HONDA ACCORD 4 DR Loaded with all the options. 6427 actual miles. Factory warranty applies. (Silver) Full Price $17,500 '94 HYUNDAI EXCEL 4 door GL, cdompletely reconditioned, 5 spd, air, cassette, power steering/brakes. (White) Full Price $5,995 '96 HONDA CIVIC DX 4 DOOR Auto, air, full power, AM-FM cassette, loaded with goodies. (Blue) Full Price $12,995 '90 GEO PRISM 4 DOOR Air, automatic, power steering, power brakes, 4cyl., AM/FM/cassette. Excellent condition. Full Price $3,995 BEN STEPMAN HYUNDAI 460 No. BOULDER HIGHWAY 565-1500 IN HENDERSON OF COURSE!

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Page 18 Panorama Thursday, June 26, 1997 REAL ESTATE MAJOR NATIONAL LENDER has2,3& 4 BR Homes, Single and Multisectlon, Bank Repos, Easy Qualifying & Transfer of Paynfients, Terms, Negotiable or Make Cash Offer. Cain800-651-4625 ext. 911. RE27471 REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE GOVERNMENT FORECLOSED HOMES. Pennies on the $1. Repo's, VA, HUD, sheriff sales. No more down government loans available now. Local listings/directory. Toll free 1 -800669-2292 Ext. H-4000. RE27476 UTAH, ROOSEVELT WORKING horse ranch, w/w.o. 35 horses, 70 ac, barns, arenas, hayf ields, 5,000 sf. 5 bd. home. Uintah mtns., fish, hunt, ski. $425K. Owner 801722-2316. RE27479 This One Tops Them All A must see, only 18 mos. new. 4 bd., 3 ba., 2184 SF, liv./din./fam. nms. Kitchen is a pleasure to cook & entertain in. Very romantic master bd./ba. w/dual frpl. & extended sitting area. 2/city view. Here you can get into the swing of things for summer fun in your own pool! Corner lot w/3 car gar. Don't waste time you'll miss this one! Just listed at $169,000. Call Bonnie 373-^1967. RE27577 $100,000,000 in Sales \ RE/MAX Selling A9it In Hodtron When yours thinking of buying or selling a home, you'll want the transaction lo proceed swiftly and efficiently, Thai's why you should look for a real estate professional with special expertise in listing. selling, investment and taxes. Someone with a proven record of experience. Someone you can trust. That someone IS a Certified Residential Specialist (CRS), your best choice in real estate. ^^^ Call Dive Benrd, Brokef/Associite ^S)M~ REfflHAX SUNSET REALTY f& Broker/G.R.K). CRS (702) 566-6700 REAL ESTATE Rural living near LV, over 1800 SF. Nearly new custom home in Pahrump. Trees, drip/ sprinkler system. On 1/2 AC, only $120,000. Diane, Hollis L. Harris Realty, 1-702-727-0249. RE27310 BrelRynipn's DESERT SUN REALTY ',. We are Proud to Announce tlie Return of Ka y KImberilnl Please Call for All Your Real Estate Needs KAY KIMBERLIN, Realtor 293-6383 or 477-4818 > Desert Sun Realty 293-2151 HomesMart Stop paying real estate commission! www.homes-martcom **Save over 1/2 by advertising with** us instead of a real estate broker! • • Property shown by licensed realtors!** Same exposure as multiple listing but only $4500.00 instead of 6% • • :i::::294-2428=:"'='^^ = j ^^^ ~ j' j^.'j* • • — 293-6014 & ASSOCIATES •MINUTES FROM LAS VEGAS! BOULDER CITY HACIENDA! PRIVATE DRIVE LEADS TO YOUR OWN HIDEAWAY W/PRIVATE POOL ON ALMOST 2 ACRES, LARGE MASTER SUITE W/NEW SPA TUB, OPEN LIVING AREA W/HIGH CEIUNGS, WETBAR, SUNKEN FIREPLACE TO NAME A FEWOF THE MANY AMENITIES, PLUS GRADED HORSE ARENA FOR THE EQUESTRIAN, HAND CARVED DOORS, 10 FT.'CEILINGS, 31X34 FT. GARAGE, HEAVY DUTY 6" EXTERIOR WALLS, PLUS MUCH MORE. CALL FOR FULL BROCHURE W/ PICTURE, OFFERED AT $425,000. •OLD TOWN BOULDER CITY! BUILDING OPPORTUNITY! OVER 1/2 ACRE HEART OF TOWN ZONED COMMERCIAL (COULD BE 3 RESIDENTIAL LOTS) $150,000. •FORMER MODEL (TRIM & FIT FOR NEW FAMILY) ON GOLF COURSE! GORGEOUS SETTING, 4 BEDROOM, 2 1/2 BATH, 3 CAR GARAGE! DRIVE OVER TO 1725 ST. ANDREWS CT. PRICE REDUCED! TO $283,000. •WHAT MORE DO YOU WANT! VIEW LOT! IN CUL DE SAC BELLA VISTA LAKE VIEW LOT ACCESS FROM TWO STREETS COMES WITH APPROVED PLANS $89,500. •NEW LISTING! MANUFACTURED HOME IN MT! VISTA 2 BEDROOM, 1 3/4 "BATH, PLUSNEW CARPETMAKESTHIS AN EXCELLENT VALUE AT $95,000. ACT NOW! / ^.:V;:,. • DUPLEX! 3 BEDROOM, 1 3/4 BATH EACH SIDE, OWNER MAY FINANCE! $190,000. •WOW! THUNDERING HORSES! IS WHAT YOU CAN HAVE ON THIS 1/2 ACRE LOTZONED FOR HORSES IN SUBDIVISION 11 PRICED ATONLY $99,500 ACT NOW!!! •FOR LEASE! COMMERCIAL BUILDING OVER 2200 SO. FT., OFFICE/RETAIL SPACE STARTING AT $375 MONTH, ALSO SOME BUILD TO SUIT LOCATIONS AVAILABLE! CALL FOR FREE MAP & LIST OF BOULDER CITY PROPERTY! THANK YOU IN ADVANCE FOR THE OPPORTUNITY TO SERVE YOU! OUT OF STATE CALL 1 -800-962-3548 Rural life near LV. Turnkey FEED & TACK STORE. Priced below mkt. value, $400,000. Doing volume business. Largest feed store in Pahrump. Diane, Hollis L. Harris Realty, 1-702727-0249. RE27312 Casual Country Charmer With plenty of room for everyone to roam in this over 2600 SF custom home. Single story, 4 bd., 2ba.,3cargar.,inground pool, corner lot. Has all the amenities call me today to see. New on the market & won't last long! $249,900. Call Bonnie 373-1967. RE27578 Giant house, 5 ba., guest quarters, mother-in-law quarters, 1/2 ac. zoned for horses, $249,500, owner may carry with 10% down, 293-2433. RE27585 BY OWNER Beautiful 4 level home, finished basement w/klt., 4 bdrm., 3-1/2 bath, nice landscaping, spa, cvrd. RV prkng.. Fairway Dr. 3,000-f sq. ft. Lots of extras. Owner Financing Available. $279,000. 293-3020..^ BE27592^.^., REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE RENTALS New Bayvlew Condo! Furnished, 2 bdrm., 2 bath, 2 car gar., NON SMOKERS $995.00 SPANISH STEPS -1 st fir., 2 bdrm., 2 bath. All Appl. NON SMOKERS $785.00. Boulder Square 2 bdrm., 1 bath. NO PETS, NON SMOKERS $675.00 2 bdrm., 2 bath condo. No Pets, Nonsmokers $675.00. Dick Blair Realty 293-2171 FOR ALL YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDS.., Call Henderson's #1 Real Estate Team BRENDA BIRD GRI, CRS Lifetime Henderson Resident 564-1127 WENDY WILLIAIVIS 378-1689 ^TM^ JR Realty Over$125!V1illion in Sales 30 years combined Real Estate experience! "The DYNAMIC DUO Sells Homes!" Knapp Realty 'We nake House Calls' inapp Realty "Just callJUDY" 497-1553 JUDV MENKENS, GRI SpcWizing In Hwxierton/Graan Villey 9500 SF Lot w^lewi AMumiU* t SI S4,S00 RV Partc Pool ? Upgraded 3 Bl., 1816 SF, 3 Car Townhoira lor $64.875,2 Bd. 2 Bath, All appllancM Condo tor $66.000.2 Bad.. 2 Bith, All appllancat In NW 2 Story on Comar Lot lor $127,9M. 3 Bad., 1665 SF. storage (702) 497-1553 — 1-800-852-1726 ThePrudential (^ Southwest Realty Delia's Besf Buys nBTBESPSAU WiMta Buy fi>atTg AfenoMNm 'SaHar wTpay all coata tor buyara 'lllnaaa lorcaa •ala'1 bdrm. 1 ba.. w/gara9d • 2300aq. II-2 tlory 'flraplaca f omwr modal iwad ai 2nd homa 'golf couraa acroM aliaal -tttll •malta mm 'W.OOO ON. tS60 mo. • 5293 SItvarhMrt-eaat ataa. SaHar w/pay iH coala tor Buyw • ) or 4 bdrm. • laoo aqtfcov.patioflV-boalpafUng-walkloacttoola. park, shopping, golf tasOO dn., tTOO mo. • 130t SHvar Lalia-N.W. araa. • Sallar Mfpay all coata lor Buyar 1 bdrm, 2 ba. W gtraga '2000 aq. ft '7 min. froni laka tiraplaca 'comar lol o/RV-boat parMng 'Huga cov. palio tuimal d b M ug • ermar medal bacalyltvd In'Wnaaa loiraa aala 16700 dn.. ttoae mal 'Ml VartanamAVun a*YMMT 'Sallar aTpoy all coati lor Suyor "2 or 3 bdrm, 2 Under 1 yr. Old ba., wlftnt* '7 mint from laka 'leoo aq. tt landacapad-nmr loan w/SSWO DN. two mo. OR undar t2S,0O0 DN. No qualifying 'owner kanafaiTed, InrnadMa movo^-ai 7 LongalwnkaaaHOAaa 1bdrm.,2be.,Mlgerge't20aeq.lf0ii2Oalab )• Lot lor NV-boet, fully lancad 'aralli to sctMole, enopping, heapMal, gow a 3 mlna. from leto 'taidar tlLOOO ON.. No quaWylng '1407 Monlaray^C. tmmrtr^PAomn. 'Cualom 4 b*m..) ba. Wgvago'1/3 acra zonod t1O.0OO Dn. tor ImrMa '3400 iq. ft. 'VKW 'ape n^gaiabo -2 VEHICLES Fred and ElUt Knapp. GRI, CRS Residential "Mew and Resales' 'Property Management • 'Commercial l^nd Sales'' NEW OPFICE AT 827 S. BOULDER HWY. (ACROSS FROM SMITHS SHOPPING CTR) SELLING REAL ESTATE SINCE 1978 > FRED & ELLIE KNAPP 566-8185 m OuLsldeor Mevada: 1-800-209-2678 REAL ESTATE Own Your Own Home Now! No down payment on Miles materials. Innovative construction financing. Call Miles Homes, today, 1-800343-2884, ext. L. NO MONEY DOWN. If you are working or retired, you may be able to purchase home w/no money down. Call Georgetoday to find out how, 371-5375. REAL ESTATE Immaculate 4 bd., 2-1/2 ba. w/lake & mountain views. Must sell ASAP. Reduced $15K below BDCU appraisal. $185K, 502 Raini PI., 293-6173. REAL ESTATE Custom Home, single stoiy, 2600 SF, 4 bd., 21/2 Da., 3 car aar., lots of upgrades, 1/2 AC lot, mustsee, $224,000,5658631. RE26769 INDUSTRIAL OPPORTUNITY 7000 SF BIdg. wHti A/C unlta Avail, for laaaa, haa aaverel offlce/maating araea, kitchen & laundry rm., living quartara plua tOOO SF warehouae, high roll-up door. ONLY $3,000 par month Call Christine at B.C. Adobe Realty—293-1707 RED MOUNTAIN REALTY IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE.. BETH ALDWORTH Has joined our Team! 1647 Nevada Highway (702) 294-1500 (888) 733-6881 '* tt K a t li % k FREE LISTS! OF ALL AVAIUBLE PROPERTIES PICKUP-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 652 CALIFORNIA CHARMING. 3 bd. renovated, central a/c, $129,900. 767 SANDRA, PRICED WGHT. Offer presented, call for status. $135,000. 1305 MARITA Circular drive, 3 bd., custom features, pool. $167,000. 809 LOS TAVIS only 2 yrs. new, 3 bd., easy care yard. $169,900. 548 WOODCREST Great lake view, corner unit, wet bar, parquet floors & more. $189,500. 687 MARINA 42,*REMODELED 2 BD. i DEN, SKYLITES, OAK TRIM, 1660 SF. $139,500. 1300 GEORGIA "LA DOLCE VITA" 2 BD., 11/2BA.,PRIVATEYARD,SPLITLEVEL$96,000. 901 JUDI LANE "JUST LISTED" CUSTOM Offer presented, call for status. $185,000. 1288 SHENANDOAH, 3 BDRM., 2 BA., OVERSIZE LOT, 2000 SQ. FT. $123,500. 1402 ESTHER COMPLETELY REMODELED & UPGRADED 3 BD. "BEAUTIFUL" $153,000. 1407 ESTHER, 4 BDRM., 2 BA., 2 CAR GARAGE, LARGE YARD, NEEDS TLC. $139,999. 615 MT. WILLIAMSON, THE BEST ON MARKET! 2 BD., 2 BA., 1629 SF, $189,000. 4466 QUAIL, LV. 3 BDRM., 2 BA., GARAGE, HORSE ZONED $189,900. CUSTOM HOME BUILDING LOT IN LAKE MEAD VIEW ESTS. $170,000. 632 VALENCIA, NEWER 4 BDRM., 2 BA., 2000+ SQ. FT. CUSTOM $259,900. 598 LAKE MICHIGAN, 3 BDRM. 2 BA., IN UKE MOUNTAIN EST. Foreclosure, $122,500. 323 SEINE, HNDSN. 2 BDRM., 1-3/4 BA., 1 CAR GARAGE (Condo) $83,500 1.86 ACRE CUSTOM HOME LOT ON BHILL OWNER FINANCING $229,000. 440 ENTERPRISE. FORMER MODEL. ATRIUM, WATERFALL $211,000. 111 CAPERNA 4 BDRM., 3 BA., OVER 3400 SF CUSTOM. UNIQUE! $595,000. 698 RACETRACK #1622 2 BDRM., 2 BA. COUNTRY HILLS. SW DECOR $83,000. BEAUTIFUL KEY LARGO" 3 BDRM.-DEN, NEUTRAL DECOR., LAKE VIEW $218,000. 251 DUKE OF WALES, HNDSN., 3 BDRM., 1-3/4 BA. COMPLETE REM0DEL$110,000. 698 RACETRACK #113. HNDSN. 1 BD. 2 BA. COUNTRY HILLS. NICE $79,950. 110 SEA BREEZE,3 BDRM., 2-3/4 BA. POOL, UKE & MTN. VIEW $292,500. Your Home Here! 407 SUM Offer prei CUSTOM UNDS. 'SOECX ILLS, HDSN., tus ARINA HIGHS. $92,000. 698 RACETRACK #724. Offer presented, call for status. 687 MARINA #34.2 BDRM. 2-1/2aA. LAKE VIEW. SELLVRENT $127,000. 10045 RANCHO DESTINO, LV. 5 BDRM., ZONED 4 HORSES $319,000. 8 CUSTOM HOME LOTS ALL WITH LAKE VIEWS, $122,000-$145,900. 630 ARRAYO. 4 BDRM., 1-3/4 BA. Offer presented, call for status. 8 LOTS OVERLOOKING LAKE MEAD RM. FOR RV GARAGES. $122,500-$145,800. 614 LAKE SUPERIOR. BUCKINGHAM MODEL 2 URGE BDRMS. $197,900. 687MARINA#44.TENANTSTAYS!2BDRM., 2-1/2BA., 1660 SF $131,500. 1534 MANCHA: ON GOLF COURSE. 3300+ sf, 4 BDRM., RV $279,000. 591 LAKE SUPERIOR. 2 BD. 'CHALET MODEL'. ALL-ADULT LK. MTN. ESTS. 1124 LILL sented, cat 3sgi:D A. Offer pre632 DON VINCENTE. VERY NICE 4 BDRM. Offer presented, call for status. OPEN Mon-Fri 9 am to 5 pm Sat10am-3pm Sun. 12-3 Eves by appointmt. After hours call: Pat Bernstein Mary Board Linette Davis Jennifer Gleed Kim Brancacio 564-9769 293-7254 293-1097 293-3483 293-3056 Sherry Ldtham• 294-3185 Susan Melton 293-0226 Dorotfiy Waterman 293-4797 Ellen Lamb Stromberg, Broker 293-6508 1& m was Each office is independently owned and operated VEHICLES VEHICLES VEHICLES VEHICLES VEHICLES VEHICLES D 3 DAYS ONLY!!! FRI. • SAT. • MON. ^mi AS AS APR. S500 CASH BACK EVERY VEHICLE IN STOCK, NEW AND USED, WILL BE PRICED TO SELL NOW! ^mt ^UNTHl, from M *No qiwfytng toan *404 OlMfow^n fr-rM w npi—rrm i TM iMi T Bi -i r) llft^^|Tlf^ll^ r"lAon 0tar gegmm proOucm who m0gm the pb (tone Call Delia at 565-3852 SUNSET STATION Buy or Lease a New Vehicle from Ford Country and Receive a One-Nlgtrt Stay at Sunset Station. ta(donAiIMy5iin.-T)iunJE>|*tiJuty]1 1997^ NEWCARSI'8,995 V .^ GO! NEWEST FORD DEALERSHIP IN NEVADA • Huc£ SoicnoN NEW B USED VEHKUS • YooR TOTAL TiUNSPOirrATWN SoiimoN •STATI-OF-THE-ART PARTS 8 SERVO • MusTAwc Stay's DKER Ow-Sm 'i 'i Up To M ORER FORD COUNTRY Valley Auto Mall • U.S. 95 8 Sunset 280 N. Gibson Rd. • Henderson .0. 566-FORD 36n T-BiRD RANGER T-eird #3362 Ranger f39S5 Exptorer#3253 TaunK#2614 Sub)eci to prtw sale, on approved acdH.pkB ta and t99 doc fee tll995 K a Ford Aspire #2287 St HA> ESPANOL Thursday, June REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE KILLER DEAL! 1588 BERMUDA DUNES 2790 sq. ft., 4 Bdrm., 4 baths, 3 car garage, R. V. parking/fountain, pool! On the golf course. Best buy! $298,000 firm! Call Sandra Deubler Century 21 Action Network 271-3277 Qmuy, I 2L Henderson Realty, Inc. 'The Property People" 18 Water Street 564-2515 Call now for new home Information! 1 Bedroom Condo for efficient lifestyle, this super duper 1 bdrm., I ba^ha s it all. w'lnorF'(3ESII^rcaTrto3'ay" S:88592"'"" Great NeighborhoodSpa & very Ig. Gazebo. Covered patio, 3 bdrm., 2 ba., 2 car gar., split master, & see thru f/p. Only $121,900.8:27984 Spectacular View of city lights & mountains. This 4 bdrm., 2-5 ba. has lots to offer. Formal liv. rm., & din. rm., workshop, huge gar., basement, RV & boat parking. All of this in section 19. C:98593 This One Won't Last • This beautiful lownhouse has nearly 1200 sq. ft., 2 master bdrms., 2.5 ba., cozy liv. rm. w/glass & brass end. gas log f/p. Lg. dining area, lots of storage, covered parking. Priced to sell. N:96765 Owner Savs Sell! 4 bdrm., 2 ba., lg. fenced bckyrd. Mature shade trees. All for $89,900. B:92346 Land In Sec. 32 • Starling at $49,500 an acre. No Lawn Mower needed. This great 3 bdrm. home has beautiful desert landscaping. Completely redone inside w/ Berber carpet & ceramic tile. Must see to ftelieve. Call today'.lE:3^^'^ Pack On Market Sparkling Pool, 3 bdrm., 2 ba., tile roof. Very desirable neighborhood. Low price. Only $119,500. H:96640 t=) lAl EACH OFFICE IS ISING INDEPENDENTLY OWNED OPPORTUNITY AND OPEFIATED Q Blend of Mediterranean/contemporary style & Award winning Architect exudes style $575,000 PARK LIKE SETTING 4brM.5ba/3gar Ri:i) MOIM AIN REALTY 1647 Nevada Highway (702) 294-1500 TOLL FREE : 888-REDMT81 RESIDENTIAL WONDERFUL VIEWS.. 4br/3ba/2gar B-hill beauty. Panoramic views of 8C Vaulted ceilings, Lagoon pool w/waterfall $650,000 LAKE & MTN. VIEWS 3br/3ba/3gar Golf course home has luscious landscaping & a bathroom in every bedroom $337,500 BUILD YOUR OWN EQUITY 4br/2.5ba/3gai Lowest priced home on golf course. $257,500 WATERS EDGE 3bW3ba/2gar Beautiful home w/lakeview' ENTERTAIN HERElll Well maintained home w/extras QUIET NEIGHBORHOOD Lake & mtn Views, upgrades' $249,900 NEW CONSTRUCTION 3br/2ba/2gar 2086 sf $239,000 4br/3ba/2gar Large livmgroom/sep fam rm Pool $179,900 SPACIOUS TOUCAN TRAILS 3j5r/2ba/2gar $179,500 3br/3ba/0gar Great fam, Home w/ inside atnum $149,900 CHARMING Central BC Home 2br/1ba/1gar Well maintained home w/Central air' $110,900 GREAT STARTER HOME 2br/1ba/0gar Central air & heat Great floorplan $107,500 CONDO/TOWNHOME VIEW OF LAKE & MTN. 3br/4ba/2gar $219,900 2br/2ba/0gar Upgrades galore in gorgeous home $86,500 HENDERSON TOWNHOUSE 2br/2ba/2gar $98,500 2br/2ba/0gar $850.00 Manna Cove basement condo EXCEPTIONAL G.V. CONDO 1316 sq ft with courtyard SPANISH STEPS Lease Upper level Comm Pool, FP COMMERCIAL/LEASE/LOTS INDVST/LEASE New bidgs In industrial area Call Apnl for various prices/sizes available OFFICE/WAREHOUSE New construction in Industrial area Different sq ft available $.758.f. Building also for sale $1,100,000. Call Bill/Brad '^HOUSE lease in BC's new indust Area WASm 4C^Mbic bidg w/3 phase power $1600 per month f^ESIDENTIAL L07S Available ^ppx '5 3 acres w/lake views $995,000 3 back up to mtnside w/lake view $450,000 Gorgeous views in Lake Mead Estates $195,000 2 w/possible lake views Both priced m the 80't ,TM OPEN HOUSE SATURDAY, JUNE 28 From 11-2 at: 638 GRANADA Dr. Bella Vista REAL ESTATE B.C. home tor sale by owner. Newer 1 level, 4 Br., 2-1/2 Ba.,encl. porch, 3 car gar., large lot. Upgrades incl. air filter system, sauna shower, water purification systems, ceiling fans, sound system, corian counterlops & much more. $247,000. For appt., call 294-4916. REAL ESTATE For sale or lease, contemporary custom home w/lake & mtn. views, designer int., granite & marble floors & counters, 4bd., 3-1/2 ba., pool/spa, mister, cov. patio, alarm, vac. & more, $40,000 under appraisal, call 2930216. Principles only. RE27446 Barbara & Keith Storey, Pager 390-3280 • a Is Always Selling Henderson m. Century 21 JR Realty I Quality Service Award Olflcs, 1994-95 101 E. Horizon Dr., Suite A Henderson, Nevada 89015 95 • ThePrudential (^ Jensen's Realty''^ Thinking of Buying or Selling? The Rock is the answer! The Prudential Jensen's Realty Specializes in Residential-Commercial .and Property Management til EQUAL HOUMNC OfPOaTUNITY We're here to serve you Henderson jmi 564-3333 ^rL VEHICLES VEHICLES REAL ESTATE OWN FOR THE price of renting! Build your home now, without the downpayment banks demand. Complete construction & permanent financing if qualified. DeGeorge Home Alliance, 1-800-343-2884. •••••••••• • k Must SELL! it Appralawl $186,000 _: $169,900 ^ 3 bd., 2 ba., -^ pool w/spa, 1900 SF 'A' • 800-S17-6531 • •••••••••• GV PRIVATE PARTY 2600 sq. ft. home on cul-de-sac 4 bd., 3 ba., pool spa, many upgrades $269,900 NO REALTORS Pis. call for details 896-7280 Thousands below appraised value. Seller will pay 2 point toward closing cost. COMPLETELY REMODELED 3 t>d., 2 ba., pool w/spa $179,500 firm 294-4150 VEHICLES REAL ESTATE La Dolce Vita townhouse, 2 story, 1500SF, 2bd., 1-1/2 ba., near schools, $92,125, 293-0614. BOATS & RVs 14 ft. Lonestar aluminum boat w/trailer, $400; 2937889. BR27515 76 Eldorado motor home Class C, go condition $5000, 564-1321. BR27528 1992 Tracker 17', 4CHP, w/trailer, fish finder & other extras, low usage $3500, 294-0917. BR27380 14 ft. Hobie cat w/trail^r, 3 lessons, $650, 2932660. BR27659 2 Jet Skis, 650 X2's, looks & runs gr., low hrs. '89$1500&'90-$1600,2945051.BR27639 MOTORCYCLE 83 Honda CB 1000, 22,000 ex. shape, steal at $1500 080, call 2941675. BOATS & RVs 1991 Galaxy 18' open bow, 130 HP, inboard/ outboard, Cobra CMC. Bimini top & full canvas cover. Trailrite trailer w/ spare. All in very good condition. $7000. 2941650. BR26309 TRAILERS RENT OR SALE Park Models good for 1 or 2 people Rents start $375/up Sales start $1500/up Ask for Donna/Mario 294-8888 BOAT, RV & SELF STORAGE 704 Canyon Rd. Boulder City, NV 294-5025 Fully enclosed/each unit has an alarm 1997 Panorama Pago 19 V -1 VEHICLES VEHICLES VEHICLES TOW DOLLY, pulls good behind motorhome, $450. 565-9254. VE27455 81 BuKk Skylark, $1250; 80 Ford LTD, $1350; 83 Nissan$1950,565-1579. VE27449 SEIZED CARS FROM $150. Jaguar, Corvette, Mercedes, BMW, Porsche, Honda, 4x4s, trucks, and more. Local sales/directory. Toll free 1-800-669-2292 ext. A40000. VE27477 1980 Ford Courier long bed, 4 cyl., 5 speed runs good, extra 4 cyl. Pinto eng., auto trans, engine stand, radiator $1400, 294-2402. VE27568 For sale, 85 Mustang, 5.0 new tires -power air, runs great, $2795 OBO, 293-0440, must see. VE27566 SEIZED CARS from $175. Porsches, Cadillacs, Chevys, BMW's, Corvettes. Also Jeeps, 4 WD's. Your area. Toll Free 1-80O218-9000 Ext. A-8891 for current listings. VE27161 1988 Pontiac Grand Prix LE. Air/p/w. Below blue book $3500, 293-0991. VE27608 1986 Saab 900 Turbo, Gr. shape, CD, phone 768-9725... aiudime. .-Ve2rB53 ^^ VEHICU! 93 Sbburban GMC 4x4, low mi.^24l<. 294-4401, Iv. mess. VE22510 FEEL INTIMIDATI CAR DEALERS? I can help you SAVE THOUSANDS-GUARANTEED. Call Now. 702643-4639 (24 hr. recorded msg.). VE27582 Buick wagon 86, 2931386 low blue book/new paint, Ford Bronco II, 293-1021, 4 wheel drive AM/FMair. VE23257 87 HONDA ACCORD DX new gaskets & belts, $2000, 565-6481. Well maintained 1985 89 Toyota Corolla, excel, cond., 1 owner $6000 OBO, 293-47P3. VE19776 1948 Ford 3/4 ton stripped down, $800/ OBO. 735-0741 or 4357761. VE26853 89 Plyrtiouth Reliant, good transportation car, $1500, 565-0968. VE25177 93T-Bird, Loaded, Great Condition, $9800, Call 434-2218. VE20594 GOVERNMENT 91 Plymouth Grand Voyager, excel, cond., MUST SELL, AM-FM cassette. $9500. 294-0494. VE21196 1980Cadillac, runs good, lots of new parts. 5646477 home, 565-1600 wori<. VE26852 WE ARE THE #3 HYUNDAI DEALER IN THE NATION (Not a Lease) ^-*j*(Not a Lease) WHY SPEND ^12;6b6<>o FOR THE AVERAGE USED CAR WE'LL SELL YOU A BRAND NEW • 97 HYUNDAI FOR THOUSANDS LESS! I 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! '95 NISSAN SENTRA GXE 4 door, air, automatic, power steering, power brakes, power windows, power door locks, 4 cyl, cruise, tilt, cassette. Excellent Condition Full Price $9,995 '95 HYUNDAI ACCENT 4 DOOR 4 cyl, automatic, air, power brakes, power steering, cassette. Factory Warranty Demonstrator Full Price $9,995 '93 HYUNDAI ELANTRA "GLS" 4 DOOR Automatic, full power, air conditioning, power windows, tilt wheel, cruise control, AM-FM cassette, rides and drives like new. (Blue) Full Price $7,995 "95 HYUNDAI ACCENT 4 DOOR 5spd., air, power steering, power brakes, 4cyl., cassette, low miles. Excellent condition. Full Price $8,999 '96 HYUNDAI ACCENT 4 DOOR Air, automatic, power brakes, power steering, 4cyl., AM/FM/cassette, low miles. Full Price $11,495 '96 HONDA ACCORD 4 DR Loaded with all the options. 6427 actual miles. Factory warranty applies. (Silver) Full Price $17,500 '94 HYUNDAI EXCEL 4 door GL, cdompletely reconditioned, 5 spd, air, cassette, power steering/brakes. (White) Full Price $5,995 '96 HONDA CIVIC DX 4 DOOR Auto, air, full power, AM-FM cassette, loaded with goodies. (Blue) Full Price $12,995 '90 GEO PRISM 4 DOOR Air, automatic, power steering, power brakes, 4cyl., AM/FM/cassette. Excellent condition. Full Price $3,995 BEN STEPMAN HYUNDAI 460 No. BOULDER HIGHWAY 565-1500 IN HENDERSON OF COURSE!

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