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1998-02-10 - Henderson Home News

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1998-02-10 - Henderson Home News
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Ferguson, Kevin ( Columnist )
Marciniak, D. B. ( Columnist )
Jackson, Sharon ( Columnist )
Brewer, Ray ( Columnist )
Perry, Kendra ( Columnist )
Nelson, Nick ( Columnist )
Oliver, Steve ( Columnist )
Stromberg, Janice ( Columnist )
Allen, D. J. ( Columnist )
Thiessen, Gary ( Columnist )
Bowman, Bill ( Columnist )
Zaichick, Lee ( Photographer )
Perry, Kendra ( Photographer )
Weidenfeld, Rob ( Photographer )
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HBC Publications, Inc.
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ALLOY WHEELS. #HI 179 '14,975 '7,975 '10,950 |'93 CMC PICKUP 1500 C<1 #% il T A 1/2 TON. V-6 AUTO., A/C. P/S. AM/FM STEREO/ MM. 4^U I COMPAa DISC. SLIDING REAR WINDOW. #101901A • •i^^^T^r '90 MAZDA Ml^^ 5-7 ACkZ AUTO. EXTRA CLEAN. AIR CONDITIONING. #200609A / "J ^F J '94 SATURN SC2 2 DR. COUPE. 4 CYL, AUTO. A/C. P/S, P/W. P/L. TILT. CRUISE, AM/FM STEREO, PREMIUM WHEELS. #HI 162 SATLRN Saturn refuses to let anyone's credit history STOP them from cJriving a car! At either location you will get financec/l! Ask about our 2nd chance financing on any new or usec vehicle. OWNED VEHICLES! 93 DODGE PICKUP tmm. ^mm.\ I/2 TON CLUB CAB', V-8, AUTO.. 4 WHEEL DR.. A/C. P/S J J T OCll P/W. P/L. TILT, CRUISE. AM/FM STEREO. SLIDING SUN | ^. 7 J V ROOF, LOADED!#HI 1518 f \ '95 FORD PROBE \M m mpg^] 3 DOOR, HATCHBACK, AUTO A/C. P/S. P/W. P/L '^ I I ASII TILT,.CRUISE. AM/FM STEREO, ALLOY WHEELS. #H II55 I • JT^TW •96 FORDTW^^^ ^^ ^-^1 V6. AUTO. A/C. P/S, P/W. P/L. TILT. CRUISE. AM/FM J 1 1 OCll STEREO. #H 1091 | | 7^V *'94'F0RDTmRD 2 DOOR COPE. V8, AUTO, A/C, P/S, P/W, P/L, tf\ AfTA POWER SEAT. TILT. CRUISE. AM/FM STEREO CASSEHE. ^^ TF ^ U DUAL AIR BAGS. ALLOY WHEELS. #H 1178 ^ f ^ ^%0 '96*|iEP GRAND'^ CHEROKEE LAREDO ^ 4 WHEEL DRIVE. 6 CYL., AUTO, A/C. P/S. P/W, P/L. TILT, J^T C Cfl CRUISE, AM/FM STEREO, LOADED! #H 1156 i^BlJJV W Sahara 5 ^H 1 West Sahara 1)2^ WVM S.ih.ir.i 702-252-8900 Henderson \'.illi'\ Auto M.ili 702-558-8888 ^ Gibson TUESDAY February 10, 1998 1i ^p^,OOF BAY MlfOFILM .115 ARQUES AVE E. SUNNYVALE, CA 9408^ 04/04/99 MAjt IXJ V Henderson, Nevada 50* It's a jungle in there! Reserve murals bring African safari to life Kevin Ferguson News Staff Writer As guests walk through The Reserve Hotel and Casino on Lake Mead Drive for the first time tonight, the detailed murals depicting African wildlife will take their imagination on a journey into the heart of Africa. The artwork and architecture, created by renowned casino designer Henry Conversano, the mind behind the themes of The Mirage Hotel-Casino, exquisitely details the natural surroundings of an African safari. "We wanted to make a statement that was fresh and alive," Conversano said, referring to the art that decorates The Reserve. "The quality of the artwork took the demands of [such art] that would go in a museum." The wall behind the check-in front desk depicts an imposing, cai^ed-stone image of a herd of African elephants. The wall is called the "Elephant-walk." This Iwall] is meant for an entertainment experience because checking in is generally plain and boring," Conversano said. The artwork throughout the casino, Conversano said, is designed so the patrons "interact" with the hotel's wildlife images. As guests proceed through the casino, they will walk along carpet depicting the footprints of the exotic animals of Africa, such as leopards, giraffes, elephants and chimpanzees. Murals and statues of the continent's animals are located throughout the casino. Outlines of such animals also are interwoven into the clouds of the domed African skyline. The cashier's cage is molded into the surrounding stone and inset with massive imitations of elephant tusks and hardwrought golden gates. Conversano said the idea behind the cashier's cage is again to bring a more dynamic experience to something generally considered boring. Many of the casino walls are purposely rounded with unique rock formations. Conversano said they tried to make everything in the casino represent a real-life African safari experience. "You would have a tough time finding 90 degree angles in nature. That's why we rounded all the walls," he said. Congo Jack's Cafe, one of the casino's four signature restaurants, has a statue of a crashed plane in its entryway. Near the plane, Congo Jack is hanging from a parachute with a menu in one hand and a cup of coffee in the other. "All the art [in the casinol has a reason for being," Conversano said. "As you'll see, even the cup [of coffee] has steam risiilg fi-om it revealing that it's hot." See JUNGLE Page 2 Lee Zaichick/News Staff THE FINISHING TOUCHES — Worker Bill Watson installs the finishing touches to The Reserve security system at the casino as other workers practice for tonight's grand opening. The casino will open to the public at 10 p.m. City officials celebrate a trophy D.B. Marciniak News Staff Writer While many Henderson residents may be going on a safari at the city's newest hotel/ casino city officials will celebrate the capture of their trophy for the redevelopment area. The Reserve Hotel and Casino will not only bring more gaming, dining and entertainment to the city, but it will also fuel Henderson's redevelopment efforts in its downtowrf area. City officials and property representatives indicate the opening represents a turning point in city redevelopment as revenue generated from the property will more than double Henderson's redevelopment budget — something which will allow the city to pursue beautification projects and other improvements to the immediate area. "We will be the major source of revenue for the redevelopment area. No more monkey business," said George Garcia, a representative for The Reserve. Garcia said the addition of the casino will add jobs, money and bring in more people to the city's stagnant downtown area. "This is the major catalyst for redevelopment in the city," he said. Henderson officials agree, saying since The Reserve opens up doors tonight 1% Reaerve Hotel and Casino, featuritig a vivid safari theme, will open its doors to the public at 10 p.m. tonight. A Vn* party will begin at 6 p.m and a "vine-cutting^ ceremony at 10 p.m. will be foilovrad by a fireworks extravaganza by Grucci. Expected to speak at tiu! opening will be Mayor Jim Gibson, John Spina, executive vice president of operations and director of Ameristar Casinos, and Angle Baker, acting general raanafer of The Reserve. OJ. Ekemode & The Nigerian All Stars are scheduled for two performances and other mmideol ensembles will perform throughout the openir)^ night festivities. ColorMmurals dress the exterior of the casino, 777 W. Lake Mead Dr. and authenticrecreations of lush vegetations native to the African continent decorate the The News dovotes today's Page 1 to the opening of Henderson's newest hotel-casino. the casino will lie in the city's redevelopment zone, the immediate area will likely experience drastic improvements through redevelopment efforts. Steve tfansbn, city of Henderson Finance Director, said the city will receive $592,549 in property taxes which go directly into the city's redevelopment budget. Last year the redevelopment district collected approximately $445,000 in property taxes. With the property's opening, he said, the city's income for the redevelopment area will approach $1 million per year. "This is very substantial," Hanson said. "What this does for us is create a cash flow to go out and issue bonds for the area." These bonds will finance projects to beautify and bring quality development to the area^.Though the city-does not have firm plans for some of'its redevelopment through See CITY Page 2 Casino tells the story of Congo Jack, Monsoon Mary Sharon Jackson News Staff Writer Casinos aren't just casinos anymore. They are Roman Empires, tropical islands and even African jungles. And the African jungle is coming to Henderson when The Reserve Hotel and Casino opens tonight. WTien people enter The Reserve they begin an adventure into the heart of Africa. Lush plants native to the jungle are found throughout the building's interior. The resort's vivid African theme is based around conceptual designer Henry Conversano's story of Congo Jack and Monsoon Mary — a story that he says just came to him one morning^at 2 a.m. Conversano said he wanted to select a story line that would give The Reserve's guests something to take home with them. "When the theme takes on a specific content, it taps into people's imagination," Conversano said. The .story goes like this: Mary was .separated from her American family during a monsoon while on an African safari. Weeks later, a nomadic tribe found her wandering the plains. The tribe grew attached to her, raised her Ad gave her a new See STORY Page 2 INSIDE Time Capsule 16 CbsMficd 17 SPORTS TUESDAY • Silvcr.ulo vvrrsdin^ liMin wins Siinrisjtrown • Arr.i |)r('|) .illiloU's si^n lo |)l.i\ in (ollc^r Www I i Volume 49, 12th Edition HBC Publications PO Box 90430 Henderson, NV 89009 (702) 435-7700 On the Web: wwwJienderonhomeiiew.com Fax:(702)434-3527 Express Yourself (702) 585-9879 E-Mail: HofT)eNewsNVaol com Office Hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. M-F In Brief. Lake Mead Christian Academy sets breakfast The week-long communilv awareness at Lake Mt'ad ( hristian Academy will end with a pancake breakfast for the entire family on Saturday at Burkholder Middle School Irom 8 am -10 am Tickets are available at IMC A at S4()E Lake Mead Dr or at the dcxjr Fcxe more information, call 565-Sf>74 Vo-Trch open house set STudents enrolled in vcK.ilional (lasses at the Southern Nevada Vixalional-Tec hnical (enter will hold an open liousc .It 7 f) n> txlay dl S710 Mountain Vista The public is invited Boss for a Day Area students look part in last week's Boss for a Day program Three students were on hand at the News to try their hand at )ournalism They write about their experierKes few the day Your Neighbor Pam Sloan • • • Ask anyone involved with Silverado athletics and they'll tell you the same thing: Pam Sloan is constantly working. Sloan, the athletic director as well as boys and girls volleyball coach at Silverado High School, never seems to have a dull moment. "I grew up playing athletics," Sloan said. "I love the kids ... I love everything with athletics." See Page S ^^^^^^mfm

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mm ^^^^•••^iWWP I W I I • I III I P^ Page 2 Henderson Home News Tuesday, February 10, 1998 STORY From Page 1 name, "Monsoon Mary." Years later, when she becomes a young woman, Mary sets out to explore the mysteries of Africa. After Mary'^ many exotic adventures, she becomes the owner of Monsoon Mary's, a watering hole frequented by adventurers and explorers. A tin roof provides shelter for bar patrons from the relentless jungle rainfall. When the hourly "lightning storm" calms, a steady rain is still continually dripping off the roof into a pond. When Mary was gazing out of the window one afternoon, she spotte^d a plane blazing through the sky and plummeting to the ground, then heard a thunderous crash. She rushed to the crash site and found Congo Jack, a fearless pilot known throughout Africa as a daring adventurer. Although he parachuted to safety after his plane crashed into the jungle at The Reserve, he was ^till battec^d^and badly bruised. Mary found Jack attempting to free himself from the coils of his parachute. She nursed him back to health and in the process, an unspoken and almost instant electrical attraction developed between the two people. Congo Jack was uncertain what the future would hold for him. He was also captivated by Mary and the beauty of the mysterious untamed wilderness, so he opened "Congo Jack's Cafe" at the site of his crashed plane. He and Mary built a life together and have lived together in continual bliss since the day they met. To authenticate the story, thergjbftan actual Beech aircraft partffimy covered in broken limbs and leaves crashed into the cafe. The plane's windshield is broken from the crash and it has skid marks on its underside. Congo Jack is seen at the cafe's entrance, appearing as if he had just bailed out of the plane befoTi! impact. "The story makes it a complete experience — that's what I think the next move is in casinos," Conversano said. "People come to Las Vegas for the experience, as designers we have an obligation to make that experience a fun-filled theatrkal one." Two arrested on numerous charges Two men were arrested on numerous charges including robbery and kidnapping after a resident was tied-up in his home during a robbery at an apartment complex, 740 Warm Springs Road, about 12:45 p.m. The victim told the officers that a black male knocked on his door. When he opened the door, the suspect pointed a handgun at the victim and forced his way into the apartment. He ordered the victim to the ground, tied his hands, then fled with the victim's property. The investigation led officers to apartment 1726 at 1100 N. Center St. The suspects were identified as Tyrone Tony 27, and Gerald Brookins,18. Both were booked on numerous charges including robbery and kidnapping. A female was taken into custody for obstruction of justice, according to a department spokesperson. Henderson Sgt. Gary Smith said another search warrant was served Sunday after police obtained information that the gun used in Friday's robbery was in a resi(jknce at 358 Twilight Lane. Police recovered a large amount of cocaine and the gun, which had a defaced serial number. A 26-year old black male, Charles D. Clark, who is a transient, was arrested for trafficking in a controlled substance and altering a serial number on a weapon. Anyone with information about this incident is urged to call the Henderson Police Department at 665-2009. or Secret Witness. 386-5565. TOP TEACHER CITY From Page 1 Lee Zaichick/News Staff The Henderson Home News honored Maxine Davie, center, as Silverado High School's "Outstanding Teacher of the Year" at a special luncheon last week. Pictured with Davie are News publisher Mike O'Callaghan, left, and Silverado principal Aldeane Ries. JUNGLE the Water Street area, studies are nearing completion to indicate the future look of the city. In 1995, the city classified a redevelopment zone to begin the process for building up the area and making it more attractive for businesses and visitors. Covering areas along Lake Mead Drive between Boulder Highway and Interstate 515 and stretching along Water Street, the city hopes to make the area a thriving and successful part of the city. "The impact will be..., I don't want to say immediate, but it looks that way," said Brad Percell, Henderson Redevelopment Officer. Several projects are already in the works and with the funding the city now has the opportunity to follow through on its plans, he said. "I've been preaching it for awhile," Percell said of the revenues whih will fuel the redevelopment area. When the area was created property taxes were frozen for all land holders in the area. Those taxes, rather than be distributed throughout the city, all enter the city's redevelopment budget. Through this process, the city creates a higher tax base since property owners in the area are paying toward improvements within the zones boundaries. "The Reserve will add a good increment in tax value [for the redevelopment*^ area]," said Assistant City Manager Terry Zerkle. "It was once vacant and now we're collecting taxes on it." Besides property taxes, the othe/direct benefit the area will experience is through an expected increase in traffic and visitors. As people visit the casino they will travel down the road to do shopping on Water Street and Boulder Highway, Zerkle said. Additionally, he said, the city will see indirect benefits through having an additional 1,300 employees in the area and other revenues. The city anticipates collecting $75,000 per quarter in licensing fees for "The Reserve and approximately $328,000 per year in room taxes. From Page 1 The "Wall of Fire," one of the walls in the Wildfire Steak and Seafood Restaurant, is a gascontrolled solid wall of flames. The "snake-pit" oven in the Pasta Mombasa Italian Eatery is shaped like a coiled cobra snake. Conversano said he wanted a pizza oven that was unique. keeping with the exotic safari theme. "The idea of a Cobraoven does that, even though Cobras are found in Asia," he said. "You just have to use your imagination to connect it with the African theme." Wasimbas Bar, a lion's den featuring live and multimedia entertainment is guarded by three fiercely impressive stone lions. All the meticulous specifics related to the casino's artwork, Conversano said, is aimed at making each guest feel like they're having an art experience. "But, I also had to keep in mind that it's a casino and not a Picasso [art museum]." The Reserve Hotel and Casino Theme: Characters: Cost: Square feet: Casino area: Slot machines: Gaming tables: Rooms: African Safari Monsoon Mary and Congo Jack $125 million for phase one 190,000 37,000 square feet 1,450 26 224 Other amenities include a 300-seat bingo area, four signature restaurants, three bars/lounges and a swimming pool in a tropical setting. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14 ^^te^^# I2L6aM.ai^!I> :i:O0p,iii. il.O()p.]ii. Broiled Filet with Pinot and Pistachios Encrusted !I9 S24Salmon Florentine with Seafood Cream Sauce ifM) Great Buffet ItAUAN KITCHtK 3:00 p.m. -10:00 p.m. Reservations Suggested 454-8041 Poached Atlantic Salmon Chicken Florentine 22 Lunch 11:00 a.m. • 3:00 p.m. /Hundreds of items including Ham and Roast Beef at the carving station. 16 99 Only 6 99 irlTTTj. s.iv.'d n-noniii II (U)p.m. Grilled Chicken and Caper Sauce Filet and Shrimp Combo 11" Dinner 1:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m. Features Jambalaya Pasta, Southern Fried Catfish, Roast l\irkey and more. .$Q99 Only O 4:00 p.m.11:00 p.m. Reaervationtt Suggested 4o4-H044 Mignon Asado 199 Camarones a la Diablo 99 TiimblrwtMMl Barl)n'sli(|> (jiinrh'l niti IM> sririKidiiiK liniti !' 7 |i.ni. X S 10 |> HI TVg?m 11:00 a.m. 11:00 pm. Chicken Angelo 6 Where Locals Brins Their Friends 3:00 p.m.11:00 p.m. MeBervattonn Suggeated 45480S1 Lobster Medallions N.Y Steak & Cajun GriUed Shrimp •2r Kisi. MaMaaaaaflii^

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mm ^^^^•••^iWWP I W I I • I III I P^ Page 2 Henderson Home News Tuesday, February 10, 1998 STORY From Page 1 name, "Monsoon Mary." Years later, when she becomes a young woman, Mary sets out to explore the mysteries of Africa. After Mary'^ many exotic adventures, she becomes the owner of Monsoon Mary's, a watering hole frequented by adventurers and explorers. A tin roof provides shelter for bar patrons from the relentless jungle rainfall. When the hourly "lightning storm" calms, a steady rain is still continually dripping off the roof into a pond. When Mary was gazing out of the window one afternoon, she spotte^d a plane blazing through the sky and plummeting to the ground, then heard a thunderous crash. She rushed to the crash site and found Congo Jack, a fearless pilot known throughout Africa as a daring adventurer. Although he parachuted to safety after his plane crashed into the jungle at The Reserve, he was ^till battec^d^and badly bruised. Mary found Jack attempting to free himself from the coils of his parachute. She nursed him back to health and in the process, an unspoken and almost instant electrical attraction developed between the two people. Congo Jack was uncertain what the future would hold for him. He was also captivated by Mary and the beauty of the mysterious untamed wilderness, so he opened "Congo Jack's Cafe" at the site of his crashed plane. He and Mary built a life together and have lived together in continual bliss since the day they met. To authenticate the story, thergjbftan actual Beech aircraft partffimy covered in broken limbs and leaves crashed into the cafe. The plane's windshield is broken from the crash and it has skid marks on its underside. Congo Jack is seen at the cafe's entrance, appearing as if he had just bailed out of the plane befoTi! impact. "The story makes it a complete experience — that's what I think the next move is in casinos," Conversano said. "People come to Las Vegas for the experience, as designers we have an obligation to make that experience a fun-filled theatrkal one." Two arrested on numerous charges Two men were arrested on numerous charges including robbery and kidnapping after a resident was tied-up in his home during a robbery at an apartment complex, 740 Warm Springs Road, about 12:45 p.m. The victim told the officers that a black male knocked on his door. When he opened the door, the suspect pointed a handgun at the victim and forced his way into the apartment. He ordered the victim to the ground, tied his hands, then fled with the victim's property. The investigation led officers to apartment 1726 at 1100 N. Center St. The suspects were identified as Tyrone Tony 27, and Gerald Brookins,18. Both were booked on numerous charges including robbery and kidnapping. A female was taken into custody for obstruction of justice, according to a department spokesperson. Henderson Sgt. Gary Smith said another search warrant was served Sunday after police obtained information that the gun used in Friday's robbery was in a resi(jknce at 358 Twilight Lane. Police recovered a large amount of cocaine and the gun, which had a defaced serial number. A 26-year old black male, Charles D. Clark, who is a transient, was arrested for trafficking in a controlled substance and altering a serial number on a weapon. Anyone with information about this incident is urged to call the Henderson Police Department at 665-2009. or Secret Witness. 386-5565. TOP TEACHER CITY From Page 1 Lee Zaichick/News Staff The Henderson Home News honored Maxine Davie, center, as Silverado High School's "Outstanding Teacher of the Year" at a special luncheon last week. Pictured with Davie are News publisher Mike O'Callaghan, left, and Silverado principal Aldeane Ries. JUNGLE the Water Street area, studies are nearing completion to indicate the future look of the city. In 1995, the city classified a redevelopment zone to begin the process for building up the area and making it more attractive for businesses and visitors. Covering areas along Lake Mead Drive between Boulder Highway and Interstate 515 and stretching along Water Street, the city hopes to make the area a thriving and successful part of the city. "The impact will be..., I don't want to say immediate, but it looks that way," said Brad Percell, Henderson Redevelopment Officer. Several projects are already in the works and with the funding the city now has the opportunity to follow through on its plans, he said. "I've been preaching it for awhile," Percell said of the revenues whih will fuel the redevelopment area. When the area was created property taxes were frozen for all land holders in the area. Those taxes, rather than be distributed throughout the city, all enter the city's redevelopment budget. Through this process, the city creates a higher tax base since property owners in the area are paying toward improvements within the zones boundaries. "The Reserve will add a good increment in tax value [for the redevelopment*^ area]," said Assistant City Manager Terry Zerkle. "It was once vacant and now we're collecting taxes on it." Besides property taxes, the othe/direct benefit the area will experience is through an expected increase in traffic and visitors. As people visit the casino they will travel down the road to do shopping on Water Street and Boulder Highway, Zerkle said. Additionally, he said, the city will see indirect benefits through having an additional 1,300 employees in the area and other revenues. The city anticipates collecting $75,000 per quarter in licensing fees for "The Reserve and approximately $328,000 per year in room taxes. From Page 1 The "Wall of Fire," one of the walls in the Wildfire Steak and Seafood Restaurant, is a gascontrolled solid wall of flames. The "snake-pit" oven in the Pasta Mombasa Italian Eatery is shaped like a coiled cobra snake. Conversano said he wanted a pizza oven that was unique. keeping with the exotic safari theme. "The idea of a Cobraoven does that, even though Cobras are found in Asia," he said. "You just have to use your imagination to connect it with the African theme." Wasimbas Bar, a lion's den featuring live and multimedia entertainment is guarded by three fiercely impressive stone lions. All the meticulous specifics related to the casino's artwork, Conversano said, is aimed at making each guest feel like they're having an art experience. "But, I also had to keep in mind that it's a casino and not a Picasso [art museum]." The Reserve Hotel and Casino Theme: Characters: Cost: Square feet: Casino area: Slot machines: Gaming tables: Rooms: African Safari Monsoon Mary and Congo Jack $125 million for phase one 190,000 37,000 square feet 1,450 26 224 Other amenities include a 300-seat bingo area, four signature restaurants, three bars/lounges and a swimming pool in a tropical setting. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14 ^^te^^# I2L6aM.ai^!I> :i:O0p,iii. il.O()p.]ii. Broiled Filet with Pinot and Pistachios Encrusted !I9 S24Salmon Florentine with Seafood Cream Sauce ifM) Great Buffet ItAUAN KITCHtK 3:00 p.m. -10:00 p.m. Reservations Suggested 454-8041 Poached Atlantic Salmon Chicken Florentine 22 Lunch 11:00 a.m. • 3:00 p.m. /Hundreds of items including Ham and Roast Beef at the carving station. 16 99 Only 6 99 irlTTTj. s.iv.'d n-noniii II (U)p.m. Grilled Chicken and Caper Sauce Filet and Shrimp Combo 11" Dinner 1:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m. Features Jambalaya Pasta, Southern Fried Catfish, Roast l\irkey and more. .$Q99 Only O 4:00 p.m.11:00 p.m. Reaervationtt Suggested 4o4-H044 Mignon Asado 199 Camarones a la Diablo 99 TiimblrwtMMl Barl)n'sli(|> (jiinrh'l niti IM> sririKidiiiK liniti !' 7 |i.ni. X S 10 |> HI TVg?m 11:00 a.m. 11:00 pm. Chicken Angelo 6 Where Locals Brins Their Friends 3:00 p.m.11:00 p.m. MeBervattonn Suggeated 45480S1 Lobster Medallions N.Y Steak & Cajun GriUed Shrimp •2r Kisi. MaMaaaaaflii^

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Page 4 Henderson Home News Tuesday, February 10, 1998 HIP R Tuesday, February 10, 1998 Henderson Home Nw Pag* 5 Retired Pepcon hero dies Sharon Jackson News Staff Writer Retired Henderson police officer, Benedict "Dick" Trettel died Monday Feb. 2, in pioquet, Minn. He wa 50 years old. '^^i =^_ Trettel (Led after a short battle with cancer. Bom July 1,1947, in Cloquet, Trettel was with the Henderson Police Department for 23 years before he retired as an investigator in 1996. He earned a medal for his involvement in the 1988 Pepcon explosion. "He [Trettel] was oflF-duty when he saw the explosion. Instead of driving away from it he drove to it, and assisted in evacuating people," Henderson Capt. Monty Sparks said. "Because of his actions, others are still here today." "He was a hard-working police officer. He did'a day's work for a ..^ day's pay, and was well-loved by ^"alT^shp worked with him," Sparks During Trettel's tenure with said; V the police department, he was Henderson Police ChiefTommy named officer ofthe year in 1988 Bums said Trettel was a welland 1994. respected police officer, an integral part ofthe investigation division and was missed when he retired in May 1996. Sparks, a long-time friend of Trettel, said he was an avid hunter and fisherman and introduced the other officers to something they had never seen— ice fishing. Trettel also earned a Bronze Star in Vietnam. An 11-member honor guard flew to Minnesota for the funeral, to present the flag to the family, and to perform a 21-gun salute. Trettel is survived by his son Orion Trettel, sister Darlene Burkstrand, and his parents, Ben and Anna Trettel. Pedestrian killed while crossing road A pedestriam was killeji while crossing the road at Grysler, between Palo Verde and Major, at about 5:45 p.m. Saturday. A preliminary investigation showed a vehicle was traveling northbound when the pedestrian, Edward Albert Wakeley, 67, wearingdark clothing, walked out ofthe desert and onto the roadway heading west. The vehicle struck Wakeley who died at the scene. Anyone with informatijjn regarding this incident is urged to call the Henderson Police Department, 565-2009, or Secret Witness, 385-5555. One injured in auto-truck collision A Henderson resident was injured about6:28 a.m. Friday, while traveling northbound on Eastern at Lake Mead Drive. Hearing postponed A preliminary hearing set last week for a former Bishop Gorman High School religion teacher accused of sexual misconduct was fwstponed btj^cause of continuing negotiations. Jack David Patton, 28, is set to appear before Justice ofthe Peace Kent Dawson, Feb. 2 for a status check in Henderson Justice Court. If Patton's case is not resolved, a date will be reset for a preliminary hearing, accordingtoajustice court spokesperson. Henderson Police officers arrfested Patton Dec. 11 for 13 coimts of sexual misconduct with two of hfB^ female students. The incidents allegedly occurred at Patton's residences in Henderson and in Boulder City. The date of the last offense was Dec. 4. In a previous interview with the tiews Henderson Sgt. Gary Smith said the sex acts were consensual. However, the charges against Patton are felonies under a law the 1997 Legislature passed that became effective Oct. 1. Sprint closure number listed Sprint recently announced the compgmy's walk-in office at 104 Water St. in Henderson will close April 3 as part of a plan for the company to be more efficient and competitive. Customers with questions are encouraged to call Sprint, (800)989-4350. A free $20 prepaid Sprint long distance calling card will be given to every customer who signs up fdr Sprint's automatic bank withdrawal program before April 3. Interested customers may sign up at any Sprint payment office. According to Henderson Police Department records, a 1993 Ford pick-up truck ran a red light, causing a collision with a 1990 Mercedes. The Henderson Fire Department transported the Mercedes driver, Todd Henderson, 46, to Desert Springs Hospital. The pick-up driver, Walter Ames, 39, was cited for failure to obey a red traffic signal. No alcohol was involved in the accident. Both vehicles were towed from the scene. Corrections Due to a reporting error, the name of Cathy Rosenfleld was misspelled in a report about the Planning Commission in the Feb. 3. editiort. Due to an error by Tribune Media Services to which theiVeu;.s subscribes, the clues did not match the crossword puzzle in the Panorama section ofthe Feb. 5 edition. The News regrets the errors. HOME— NEWS An Independent Newspaper Founded Juni^ 1, 1951 Henderson Home News (DSPS 240000) Published every Tuesday and thursday morning at 2 Commerce Center Drive, Henderson. Nevada, by HBC Publications, Inc Periodicals postage paid at Henderson, Nevada. POSTMASTE P'Send address changes to; HENDERSON HOME NEWS 2 Commerce Center DFive Henderson, NV 89014 Phone (702) 564-1881 Customer compldint calls will be accepted from 7 to 10 am on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Missed papers will be distributed by noon. MIKE OCALLAGHAN Publisher CAROLYN OCALLAGHAN Co-Publisher TIM OCALLAGHAN General Manager PAUL SZYDELKO Managing Editor MARY COLLEEN MIELE Circulation Manager HBC PUBLICATIONS, INC. Mike O'Callaghan, President; Carolyn O'C^llaghan, Vice President; Tim O Cffllaghan, Treasurer/Vice President; Mary Colleen Miele, Vice President; Ruthe Deskin, Secretary SUBSCRIPTION RATES Single 50 cents One Year $30 (Twelve Consecutive Months) No Refunds MAIL SUBSCRIPTIONS West of MississippiSSO per year East of MississippiSeO per year "Additional Mailing Offices" No column today Managing Editor Paul Szydelko's "Overview" column does not appear in today's edition. The column wilPresume later thisilAjKth. ''"' •'ir;,C Stokely Vegetable 15oz j Buy 2 Premium I C19 9 rS From Our Selector! AND GET 1 OF EQUAL OR LESSER VALUE 1 fhm ^ __ ^OOD THROjJGH^14/?8 S AVAI AUiPWCES EFFECTIVE THRU 2/14/98 g SrfS N. STfePHANIE S STORE (702) 45^-0406 Q ^ON-SUN. ^ A.M. -10 P.M. 5 • SMN.qA.M 7P,M ...^ NGS DRUGS HENDERSON SUNSET SPRINGS PHARMACY ; (702) 450-1882 M0N-SUN.8A.M. lOP.IVk ; iUN. 9A.M] ixk.a .. nd LolU O'J0 >e >' Sloan juggles responsiUities at Silverado RayBreww News Staff Writer Ask anyone involved with Silverado athletics and theyll tell you the same thing: Pam Sloan is constantly working. Sloan, the athletic director as well as boys and girls volleyball coach at Silverado High School, never seems ibo have a dull moment. She wakes up at the crack of dawn and is up working until everything at the school has finished. In addition to coaching both volleybaU teams, Sloan mixes in all the responsibilities of being the school's athletic director into her daily schedule. Last but not least, she also teaches physical education. She has perfected juggling many tasks at once. During the day, she has to coordinate and be present at all athletic events, check athlete ehgibihty, sort through piles of paperwork, and always have time answer endless phone calls. And that is not the half of it. She performs a list of tasks that at times seems everlasting. Sloan simply loves athletics and the student she helps. "I grew up playing athletics," Sloan said. "I love the kids... I4ove everythingwith athletics." Sloan's passi(dr for athletics is a perfect match at Silverado. "She is probably one ofthe key people in terms of making sure things happen in the athletic department," said Ray Mathis, Silverado's athletic adminifltrator. "She sets up physicals and makes sure atiiletes are eligible grade-wise. She is the middle person between the coaches and juiministration." Her athletic success in Henderson dates back to the 19708 when she was three-sport star at Basic Hi{^ School. Sloan played varsity Softball, volleybaH and basketball for the Wolves. Her greatest moment was winning a state volleyball titie in 1976. tThe state championshipbanner that hangs in the Basic gym," Sloan said. "I was the setter on that team. I take pride in that every tihie I go in there." After her playing days with the Wolves, Sloan continued her athletic career at LaVeme College in LaVeme, Calif In coUege, she played Softball and volleyball for four years and basketball for two years. Now that her playing days are over, Sloan las turned to coaching to get her athletic rush. She has been with the Clark Coimty School ."District for 12 years. She got her start at Western High School coaching girls' basketball and volleyball. Then, shetransferredto Valley Hi^i School where she coached girls' and boys' volleyball for five years. She has been a member of the Skyhawk coaching staff since the school opened in the fall of 1994. Up until this year, she coached x)ys' and girls' volleyball in addition to girls' oasketball. Sloan has been an athletic director for two years, one at Valley and one at Silverado. 1 am very fortunate to be in the position I am," she said. 1 am thankful to a lot of people for giving me an opportunity." Balancing all of her duties is a complicated task. ^t'8 hard, you just have to be an overachiever and extremely organized," she said. There is a lot of sacrifice involved in what I do." But seeing a student-athlete succeed makes it all worthwhile. 1 have to be honest, the kids are great," she said. 'If s what the kids give bade to me. It's the best feeling a coach can have (when the kids accomplish). It's what we strive for. We are here for the kids." She is quick to point out that everything is a team effort. "I think teamwork is important," Slom said. "The coaches have to understand we are one program as a whole. It's important to give balance to every program." Sloan is one of three female athletic director in the CCSD. That's not a big deal," Mathis said. "She has a lot of coaching backgrouind and has been around kids. We were looking for someone that is sensitive. A good balance between coaching and being sensitive with kids." Sloan agrees. "It doesn't make a difference at all," she said. "From the female standpdnt, I bring out a different viewpoint... like there is too much male influence." ^Business restrictions before planners D.B. Mardniak News Staff Writer • Sweeping changes which will determine which businesses wUl be attracted to Henderson's downtown area will be discussed by the Henderson Planning Commission Thursday. The zoning amendments and other items will be discussed at 7 p.m. in City Council Chambers, 240 S. Water St. The city is requesting a special definition in its codes for bail bond brokers and other clarifications for animal sales and services, pa wn shops and other commercial uses in its downtown area. According to language in city documents, all bail bond brokers presentiy operating in areas such as Boulder Highway or Water Street will be forced to relocate to limited industrial areas. It is the city's intention to have all bail bond brokers move to limited industrial areas within the next five years. Two items outline what the dty proposes for appropriate areas for the businesses. The first proposal deals with bail bond brokers with a second item relating to other commercial uses. Docimients cite that since bail bond brokers are not commonly associated with general retail or recreation planned for children and families, they ou^t to be discouraged firom Henderson's downtown areas. These businesses do not present the upbeat image desired for a lively suc.^ssfiil town center, staffs report states. The zone amendments are being recommended as a way to shape the image of the city's redevelopment district. Downtown commercial areas are intended to enhance redevelopment efforts and encourage cross-traffic between retail, office, entertainment and services such as restaurants and beauty shops, staffs report states. In other news, planners are expected to: •Rule on plans for Champion Village apartments, west of Gibson Road between Lake Mead Drive and Paseo Verde Parkway, in the McCullough Hills planning area. The apphcemt is revising plans to accommodate 10.2 additional acres of land acquired. The project will consist of 338 lots on 116 acres. Staff recommends approval ofthe item. PUYSHOWBOAT imHTIIinDilYBINfiO unwutwir WimAURWU ll)elcvewjlaMert,andt0 prove itr inUm ^^^ ^ ^ toairplai|enatallieHiom.* flhlfkwilifilist) 9 )(iiiont Daili| 9a.m.*iia.m.*ip.m.*)p.m. j p.in. • 7 p.m. •g p.m. • n p.m. • i a.in. I3.00 fllinimum Buv In '''})!) !)n a) HOTEL CASmOfif BOWLING C 9800 Rrcmom Street •dh the Boukkr LasVcgasrli^^* 89104 (702) 385^23^ www.shofboit^xom INTOTAL HOLIDAY WEEKEND CASH! iiND THE BYLINES What makes Henderson unique to other places you have lived? "Henderson is a big city with a small-town atmoI sphere. It's a great I place to be." 8UEMCAirTYhMbMn tlMrMi|iCi< MtiMfor 16 monvM. in rmk Handtrtor hM two growr ^il mUiHilei "l^il^ Catk" For every 100 points earned at the slots you will receive two extra "Wild Cards." Table game players (with Town Club Card displayed) can also earn additional Wild C ards. Just because you're not working this holiday weekend doesn't mean you can't get paid! $10,000.00 A DAY FOR 3 DAYS If you're not a Town Club Member, sign up for your FREE membership now. The Big Cash Drawings: Saturday. February 14th thru Monday, February 16th. Daily Cash Drawings: $3,000.00 at 12:30p.m., $3,000.00 at 4:30p.m. and $3,000.00 at 8:30p.m. An additional $1,000.00 in total cash will he given away each day during random cash drawings. Listen lo announcements dunng each regularly scheduled drawing for the times the extra ca.sh will be given away. \* Must be 21. Rules posted in the casino. SAITSTOWV LAJ VIUAS SAM'S TOWN <\ I ( )( Al S |iKIN( I I \\U\( .< ) \M ) l{( )l K I Kll Nil )S' i< SI Kll' .'.IIHIt. i g by Mike Paclnl '^ Starting at 5:00 p.m., Chef Peter will be serving : ;): ^ Mmcftn S^kc^m VU€i,U' ^^ ^ ^ ^ Reservations are Suggested r.,h 293-3484 |v Authorized Concessionaire of the National Park Service •V^ Autnorized ^concessionaire 01 me t^auoriai rarK otiivite • ^\ V LAI^ MEAD LiVI^ MEW ONI mt^ ML +tax per night everyday ofthe week until April 1, 1998 Come check us out 1/2 mile South of Lake Mead Marina (all for Rcscnal ions cS: Infonnanon LAKE MEAD LODGE 290-2074 Authorized Concessionaire of the National Parl< Service

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Page 4 Henderson Home News Tuesday, February 10, 1998 HIP R Tuesday, February 10, 1998 Henderson Home Nw Pag* 5 Retired Pepcon hero dies Sharon Jackson News Staff Writer Retired Henderson police officer, Benedict "Dick" Trettel died Monday Feb. 2, in pioquet, Minn. He wa 50 years old. '^^i =^_ Trettel (Led after a short battle with cancer. Bom July 1,1947, in Cloquet, Trettel was with the Henderson Police Department for 23 years before he retired as an investigator in 1996. He earned a medal for his involvement in the 1988 Pepcon explosion. "He [Trettel] was oflF-duty when he saw the explosion. Instead of driving away from it he drove to it, and assisted in evacuating people," Henderson Capt. Monty Sparks said. "Because of his actions, others are still here today." "He was a hard-working police officer. He did'a day's work for a ..^ day's pay, and was well-loved by ^"alT^shp worked with him," Sparks During Trettel's tenure with said; V the police department, he was Henderson Police ChiefTommy named officer ofthe year in 1988 Bums said Trettel was a welland 1994. respected police officer, an integral part ofthe investigation division and was missed when he retired in May 1996. Sparks, a long-time friend of Trettel, said he was an avid hunter and fisherman and introduced the other officers to something they had never seen— ice fishing. Trettel also earned a Bronze Star in Vietnam. An 11-member honor guard flew to Minnesota for the funeral, to present the flag to the family, and to perform a 21-gun salute. Trettel is survived by his son Orion Trettel, sister Darlene Burkstrand, and his parents, Ben and Anna Trettel. Pedestrian killed while crossing road A pedestriam was killeji while crossing the road at Grysler, between Palo Verde and Major, at about 5:45 p.m. Saturday. A preliminary investigation showed a vehicle was traveling northbound when the pedestrian, Edward Albert Wakeley, 67, wearingdark clothing, walked out ofthe desert and onto the roadway heading west. The vehicle struck Wakeley who died at the scene. Anyone with informatijjn regarding this incident is urged to call the Henderson Police Department, 565-2009, or Secret Witness, 385-5555. One injured in auto-truck collision A Henderson resident was injured about6:28 a.m. Friday, while traveling northbound on Eastern at Lake Mead Drive. Hearing postponed A preliminary hearing set last week for a former Bishop Gorman High School religion teacher accused of sexual misconduct was fwstponed btj^cause of continuing negotiations. Jack David Patton, 28, is set to appear before Justice ofthe Peace Kent Dawson, Feb. 2 for a status check in Henderson Justice Court. If Patton's case is not resolved, a date will be reset for a preliminary hearing, accordingtoajustice court spokesperson. Henderson Police officers arrfested Patton Dec. 11 for 13 coimts of sexual misconduct with two of hfB^ female students. The incidents allegedly occurred at Patton's residences in Henderson and in Boulder City. The date of the last offense was Dec. 4. In a previous interview with the tiews Henderson Sgt. Gary Smith said the sex acts were consensual. However, the charges against Patton are felonies under a law the 1997 Legislature passed that became effective Oct. 1. Sprint closure number listed Sprint recently announced the compgmy's walk-in office at 104 Water St. in Henderson will close April 3 as part of a plan for the company to be more efficient and competitive. Customers with questions are encouraged to call Sprint, (800)989-4350. A free $20 prepaid Sprint long distance calling card will be given to every customer who signs up fdr Sprint's automatic bank withdrawal program before April 3. Interested customers may sign up at any Sprint payment office. According to Henderson Police Department records, a 1993 Ford pick-up truck ran a red light, causing a collision with a 1990 Mercedes. The Henderson Fire Department transported the Mercedes driver, Todd Henderson, 46, to Desert Springs Hospital. The pick-up driver, Walter Ames, 39, was cited for failure to obey a red traffic signal. No alcohol was involved in the accident. Both vehicles were towed from the scene. Corrections Due to a reporting error, the name of Cathy Rosenfleld was misspelled in a report about the Planning Commission in the Feb. 3. editiort. Due to an error by Tribune Media Services to which theiVeu;.s subscribes, the clues did not match the crossword puzzle in the Panorama section ofthe Feb. 5 edition. The News regrets the errors. HOME— NEWS An Independent Newspaper Founded Juni^ 1, 1951 Henderson Home News (DSPS 240000) Published every Tuesday and thursday morning at 2 Commerce Center Drive, Henderson. Nevada, by HBC Publications, Inc Periodicals postage paid at Henderson, Nevada. POSTMASTE P'Send address changes to; HENDERSON HOME NEWS 2 Commerce Center DFive Henderson, NV 89014 Phone (702) 564-1881 Customer compldint calls will be accepted from 7 to 10 am on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Missed papers will be distributed by noon. MIKE OCALLAGHAN Publisher CAROLYN OCALLAGHAN Co-Publisher TIM OCALLAGHAN General Manager PAUL SZYDELKO Managing Editor MARY COLLEEN MIELE Circulation Manager HBC PUBLICATIONS, INC. Mike O'Callaghan, President; Carolyn O'C^llaghan, Vice President; Tim O Cffllaghan, Treasurer/Vice President; Mary Colleen Miele, Vice President; Ruthe Deskin, Secretary SUBSCRIPTION RATES Single 50 cents One Year $30 (Twelve Consecutive Months) No Refunds MAIL SUBSCRIPTIONS West of MississippiSSO per year East of MississippiSeO per year "Additional Mailing Offices" No column today Managing Editor Paul Szydelko's "Overview" column does not appear in today's edition. The column wilPresume later thisilAjKth. ''"' •'ir;,C Stokely Vegetable 15oz j Buy 2 Premium I C19 9 rS From Our Selector! AND GET 1 OF EQUAL OR LESSER VALUE 1 fhm ^ __ ^OOD THROjJGH^14/?8 S AVAI AUiPWCES EFFECTIVE THRU 2/14/98 g SrfS N. STfePHANIE S STORE (702) 45^-0406 Q ^ON-SUN. ^ A.M. -10 P.M. 5 • SMN.qA.M 7P,M ...^ NGS DRUGS HENDERSON SUNSET SPRINGS PHARMACY ; (702) 450-1882 M0N-SUN.8A.M. lOP.IVk ; iUN. 9A.M] ixk.a .. nd LolU O'J0 >e >' Sloan juggles responsiUities at Silverado RayBreww News Staff Writer Ask anyone involved with Silverado athletics and theyll tell you the same thing: Pam Sloan is constantly working. Sloan, the athletic director as well as boys and girls volleyball coach at Silverado High School, never seems ibo have a dull moment. She wakes up at the crack of dawn and is up working until everything at the school has finished. In addition to coaching both volleybaU teams, Sloan mixes in all the responsibilities of being the school's athletic director into her daily schedule. Last but not least, she also teaches physical education. She has perfected juggling many tasks at once. During the day, she has to coordinate and be present at all athletic events, check athlete ehgibihty, sort through piles of paperwork, and always have time answer endless phone calls. And that is not the half of it. She performs a list of tasks that at times seems everlasting. Sloan simply loves athletics and the student she helps. "I grew up playing athletics," Sloan said. "I love the kids... I4ove everythingwith athletics." Sloan's passi(dr for athletics is a perfect match at Silverado. "She is probably one ofthe key people in terms of making sure things happen in the athletic department," said Ray Mathis, Silverado's athletic adminifltrator. "She sets up physicals and makes sure atiiletes are eligible grade-wise. She is the middle person between the coaches and juiministration." Her athletic success in Henderson dates back to the 19708 when she was three-sport star at Basic Hi{^ School. Sloan played varsity Softball, volleybaH and basketball for the Wolves. Her greatest moment was winning a state volleyball titie in 1976. tThe state championshipbanner that hangs in the Basic gym," Sloan said. "I was the setter on that team. I take pride in that every tihie I go in there." After her playing days with the Wolves, Sloan continued her athletic career at LaVeme College in LaVeme, Calif In coUege, she played Softball and volleyball for four years and basketball for two years. Now that her playing days are over, Sloan las turned to coaching to get her athletic rush. She has been with the Clark Coimty School ."District for 12 years. She got her start at Western High School coaching girls' basketball and volleyball. Then, shetransferredto Valley Hi^i School where she coached girls' and boys' volleyball for five years. She has been a member of the Skyhawk coaching staff since the school opened in the fall of 1994. Up until this year, she coached x)ys' and girls' volleyball in addition to girls' oasketball. Sloan has been an athletic director for two years, one at Valley and one at Silverado. 1 am very fortunate to be in the position I am," she said. 1 am thankful to a lot of people for giving me an opportunity." Balancing all of her duties is a complicated task. ^t'8 hard, you just have to be an overachiever and extremely organized," she said. There is a lot of sacrifice involved in what I do." But seeing a student-athlete succeed makes it all worthwhile. 1 have to be honest, the kids are great," she said. 'If s what the kids give bade to me. It's the best feeling a coach can have (when the kids accomplish). It's what we strive for. We are here for the kids." She is quick to point out that everything is a team effort. "I think teamwork is important," Slom said. "The coaches have to understand we are one program as a whole. It's important to give balance to every program." Sloan is one of three female athletic director in the CCSD. That's not a big deal," Mathis said. "She has a lot of coaching backgrouind and has been around kids. We were looking for someone that is sensitive. A good balance between coaching and being sensitive with kids." Sloan agrees. "It doesn't make a difference at all," she said. "From the female standpdnt, I bring out a different viewpoint... like there is too much male influence." ^Business restrictions before planners D.B. Mardniak News Staff Writer • Sweeping changes which will determine which businesses wUl be attracted to Henderson's downtown area will be discussed by the Henderson Planning Commission Thursday. The zoning amendments and other items will be discussed at 7 p.m. in City Council Chambers, 240 S. Water St. The city is requesting a special definition in its codes for bail bond brokers and other clarifications for animal sales and services, pa wn shops and other commercial uses in its downtown area. According to language in city documents, all bail bond brokers presentiy operating in areas such as Boulder Highway or Water Street will be forced to relocate to limited industrial areas. It is the city's intention to have all bail bond brokers move to limited industrial areas within the next five years. Two items outline what the dty proposes for appropriate areas for the businesses. The first proposal deals with bail bond brokers with a second item relating to other commercial uses. Docimients cite that since bail bond brokers are not commonly associated with general retail or recreation planned for children and families, they ou^t to be discouraged firom Henderson's downtown areas. These businesses do not present the upbeat image desired for a lively suc.^ssfiil town center, staffs report states. The zone amendments are being recommended as a way to shape the image of the city's redevelopment district. Downtown commercial areas are intended to enhance redevelopment efforts and encourage cross-traffic between retail, office, entertainment and services such as restaurants and beauty shops, staffs report states. In other news, planners are expected to: •Rule on plans for Champion Village apartments, west of Gibson Road between Lake Mead Drive and Paseo Verde Parkway, in the McCullough Hills planning area. The apphcemt is revising plans to accommodate 10.2 additional acres of land acquired. The project will consist of 338 lots on 116 acres. Staff recommends approval ofthe item. PUYSHOWBOAT imHTIIinDilYBINfiO unwutwir WimAURWU ll)elcvewjlaMert,andt0 prove itr inUm ^^^ ^ ^ toairplai|enatallieHiom.* flhlfkwilifilist) 9 )(iiiont Daili| 9a.m.*iia.m.*ip.m.*)p.m. j p.in. • 7 p.m. •g p.m. • n p.m. • i a.in. I3.00 fllinimum Buv In '''})!) !)n a) HOTEL CASmOfif BOWLING C 9800 Rrcmom Street •dh the Boukkr LasVcgasrli^^* 89104 (702) 385^23^ www.shofboit^xom INTOTAL HOLIDAY WEEKEND CASH! iiND THE BYLINES What makes Henderson unique to other places you have lived? "Henderson is a big city with a small-town atmoI sphere. It's a great I place to be." 8UEMCAirTYhMbMn tlMrMi|iCi< MtiMfor 16 monvM. in rmk Handtrtor hM two growr ^il mUiHilei "l^il^ Catk" For every 100 points earned at the slots you will receive two extra "Wild Cards." Table game players (with Town Club Card displayed) can also earn additional Wild C ards. Just because you're not working this holiday weekend doesn't mean you can't get paid! $10,000.00 A DAY FOR 3 DAYS If you're not a Town Club Member, sign up for your FREE membership now. The Big Cash Drawings: Saturday. February 14th thru Monday, February 16th. Daily Cash Drawings: $3,000.00 at 12:30p.m., $3,000.00 at 4:30p.m. and $3,000.00 at 8:30p.m. An additional $1,000.00 in total cash will he given away each day during random cash drawings. Listen lo announcements dunng each regularly scheduled drawing for the times the extra ca.sh will be given away. \* Must be 21. Rules posted in the casino. SAITSTOWV LAJ VIUAS SAM'S TOWN <\ I ( )( Al S |iKIN( I I \\U\( .< ) \M ) l{( )l K I Kll Nil )S' i< SI Kll' .'.IIHIt. i g by Mike Paclnl '^ Starting at 5:00 p.m., Chef Peter will be serving : ;): ^ Mmcftn S^kc^m VU€i,U' ^^ ^ ^ ^ Reservations are Suggested r.,h 293-3484 |v Authorized Concessionaire of the National Park Service •V^ Autnorized ^concessionaire 01 me t^auoriai rarK otiivite • ^\ V LAI^ MEAD LiVI^ MEW ONI mt^ ML +tax per night everyday ofthe week until April 1, 1998 Come check us out 1/2 mile South of Lake Mead Marina (all for Rcscnal ions cS: Infonnanon LAKE MEAD LODGE 290-2074 Authorized Concessionaire of the National Parl< Service

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Page 6 Henderson Home News Tuesday, Februan/ 10, 1998 -* ^w'^ /^><-' ^^ A r' ^S '>-/ <^ ^^ '^Tv.. PlayV\/here] Henderson Wins, y Sunset! .'t^ ^C17 GREAT BINGO! Ask Itoiela Stonum, who won$3^184 t SUFERSLOTS! David Absher played a few dollars on our Tnple Diamond slots, andhitfor$11,366 ^Hpfc"* KENOFORCASHI an( won$91672 PilSOUTFOB Alice Isenbeig sat down at one of Sunset's many Douae Bonus Video Itoker pnes, and walked away wim
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He derson Home News Tuesday, February'10, 1998 EDUCATION Henderson Home News Roberts ES courtyard i^ cooperative project Janice Stromberg Principal, Roberts ES The students, faculty and staff at Aggie Roberts Elementary School. 227 Charter Oak St., in Henderson, will soon have an improved courtyard area to enjoy, thanks to a cooperative community and school project. In early October, the Beautification Committee at the school initiated a three-phase project to enhance the existing courtyard compound. The first phase of the proposed plan called for more plants, shrubs and flowers to be added to the established courtyard area, resulting in a more colorful year-round foliage effect. The second phase will be the purchase of several pieces of outdoor patio furrijiture, creating a garden-like atmosphere that can be used by the faculty and students alike. The final phase will REPORT CARD be the completion of two figure sculptures, similar to the ones seen in the Green Valley area, to be constructed by the school art club. Art specialist Dean Dartman, along with Star Nursery sales representative Angela Williams, submitted plans and sketches for the for the courtyard renovations. Final confirmation was given in early December by the committee and administration, and plans were made to begin the first phase on Dec. 30. Prior to the planting date, Williams told Dartman that Star Nursery would donate the entire cost of the project, as their part in working with the school for a better community environment. Williams said, "We decided to donate the cost of the project not only as an example pf a community and school working together on a partnership project, but also because of the school's namesake, Aggie Robert. Aggie has always been instrumental in the horticultural welfare of Las Vegas and surrounding communities." Bill Edwards, another Star Nursery sales representative, said, "Aggie Roberts has provided the community with priceless and valuable knowledge of the plant world here in Southern Nevada. This is just a little thank you for all of her contributions over the years." On Dec. 30, a work crew of several Star Nursery employees, Clark County Schools landscape and grounds service coordinator Alan Paulson, along with Dartman and Roberts ES head custodian Danny Pease, spent the CCHS seniors prepare to enter the business world Kevin Ferguson News Staff Writer As the spring semester winds down often faster than expected for high school seniors, students at Hendersons Community College High School are already compiling portfolios to present to potential employers. Through the school's Smart Grad program, the seniors are learning how to develop and organize resumes that will stand )ut among competitors in the business community. All high school English departments in Clark County offer the Smart Orad program which began a few years ago as a federal movement to better prepare graduating seniors for the work force. But, the CCHS program takes the stu'dent-to-employee preparation several stepsfurther. "Our students preparing portfolios and a resume to offer to employers is just one aspect," school counselor Mary Catherine Bliss said. "It will include a transcript, two letters of recommendation and a writing .sample, as well as the resume." Corporate sales manager Stacey Callom of Alexis Park Resort and Spa in Las Vegas recently spoke to a group of CCHS seniors. She spoke about what today's employers are looking for from job applicants, and the best way for the candidates to present their skills on a resume. Callom said employers look for descriptive key words on a resume, such as motivated, responsible, flexible, adaptable, organized and good time management skills. Candidates should give examples of situations where they have demonstrated such skills. Senior Jason Manzo, studying to become a fire fighter while completing high school credits, said the .seminar has helped him prepare a more impressive resume. "I learned how to better represent the things I've accomplished in my fire training, so when I apply for a job, I will stand out," Manzo said. Callom stressed job candidates should be creative when pointing —-out certafn skills. "If you tutor soineone like a brother or a ftiend in acertain subject, put that on your resume becauseit shows that you are responsible," she told the audience. Other information Callom suggested for a resume, includes computer skills, volunteer work, spoken and/or written foreign languages skills and hobbies. "Hobbies should be included because if you have a similar hobby as the person interviewing you, it will make you stick in their mind as they review the resumes for follow-up interviews," Callom said. CCSN invites public to lecture series Community College Southern Nevada announces its 1998 Students/Faculty Lecture Series for students, faculty and the public. Held weekdays from 2 to 3 p. m. on the Cheyenne and Charleston campuses, the series continues through April, 1998. • Topics range from ethnic and diversity issues to single parenting and career opportunities. Call Lynn Forkos, 651-4097, for location and details or call CCSN,651-4000 (Cheyenne), and" 651-5000 (Charleston), or the Provost's office, 651-4002. The public is welcome at the free lectures and encouraged to come early and lunch at Russell's Restaurant on the Cheyenne campus. Gourmet lunches at bargain prices will be served on Mondays and Wednesdays from 11:30 a.m. -12:45 p.m., beginning Feb. 23. Call Karen Faico, 6514701, for more information about Russell's, Funded by the Associated Students of CCSN and organized by the Campus Environment Council, the lecture series calendar includes the following. In February on the Cheyenne campus: Feb. 10: Stereotyping Black Images and the African Heritage. Feb. 12: Hispanics in Politics. Feb. 17: Implications of Consensual Relationships. Feb. 19: Asian Women's Issues. Feb. 26: What Does a College Owe Its Students? Feb. 24: Women's Issues, Charleston campus. In March on Cheyenne Campus: March 12: Single Mothers and Single Fathers — All the Ramifications. March 17: Confessions: Student's Successes and Failures. March 19: Stereotyping. In April on Charleston campus: April 15: The Italian/Jewish Experience in Las Vegas. April 21: A Mid-Life CCSN Success Story. April 23: Native American issues Today and Yesteryear] THE 1/2 PRICE MEAL DEAL BUY ANY MEAL... Of equal or lesser value. Bring coupon. Not valid with any other offer. Dine in only Expires 3'31'98 day planting and replanting the courtyard. In addition to all the vegetation, the nursery also donated four 28-inch ceramic pots and saucers planted with a variety of flowers and ferns. The nursery indicated that significant changes would become more visible in the spring when the majority of the plants would start to bloom and flower. We would like to thank Star Nursery for their wonderful donation of plants, trees and flowers. The courtyard looks beautiful. I feel confident that because of Star's generosity, this very important area of our school will become a popular place for students, teachers and visitors to frequent. It is a pleasure to work with community businesses and individuals who support local schools smd want the best possible environment for our children. Come dine with us morning, noon or night for a tasty inexpensive bitet 50's Style Diner Where Every Bite /s A Screaming Delight" Located Inside 566 1965 (%^ ^UNTll'^ 230 N. Gibson Rd. • Henderson Valley Auto Mall • U.S. 95 & Sunset Rd. BREAKFAST • LUNCH • DINNER Open: Monday • Saturday I ^ M S tl3 • Nj • : ^ MOVING? 24 Hour Pack And Load Service 10% SENIOR DISCOUNT Just Ask! -<> 3 hour special ^ ^$149.00^ 'y with coupon X LET MOVERS REFERRAL SERVICE HELP YOU MAKE THE RIGHT MOVE! '^ 2 hour Special^ ^: $99.00 with coupon v CALL TODAY 382-8683 MOVE TODAY Discounts Ccinno! l-cLombni'j'.i H-i I I I. • i Grilled Salmon Served with black bean and corn salsa with choice of soup or salad Flowers for the Ladies Salmon Wrapped in puff pasty with a white wine butter sauce. Tournedos of Beef with bernaise and fried onion rings. Both entreei served with soup or salad, choice of potato, vegetable of the day and sweetheart dessert. Flowers for the Ladles JI^I^I,J*IIMMWWmHMWJ ^ Prime Rib and Lobster Tail served with soup or salad, choice of potato, and vegetable of the day. C • A • S • I • N • O 140 Water Street • 564-1811 Served from 4 p.m. (gCDIBffti CAS N O Served from 4 p.m. Boulder Hwy. South of Sunset • 564-8100 Tuesday, February 10, 1998 Henderson Horn* News Page 9 71 EDUCATION BRIEFS GVHS News Briefs Senior Mackenzie Droppo was selected the Rotary Club's January student of the month. She has been recognized as a Tandy Technology Scholar and a U.S. Senate Youtli' program nominee. She received a U.S. Student Council Award. She also has studied baUet, pointe, jazz and modem dance.... Esther Anderson, the school's bowling coach who has taught physical education at GVHS for the past six years, was named the January Teacher of the Month.... Mliry Ann Mueller, registrar at GVHS for two years, was named January Support StaflF member of the month.... Jimior Erin Stutleberg won the local National Voice ofDemocracy Program, sponsored by the Veterans of Foreign Wars and its Ladies Auxiliary. The contest's theme was "My Voice in our Democracy." She is a member of of the National Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta and the Speech and Debate Team.... Sophomore Megan Cederburg was selected to represent the school at the 40th annual Hugh CBrian Leadership Seminar.... Senior Bill Handsfield was named a scholar finalist in the 19971998 National Hispaiuc Scholar Recognition Program. Performances of "Guys and Dolls" will continue at 7 p.m. Feb. 12-13. Tickets are $4. Call 799-0950, Ext. 208. L Brown JHS News Briefs For the third time this year, Brandon Marquis was the winner for the "Problem of the Day" aired on Channel lO's Homework HotUne on Jan. 26. He received a gift certificate and certificates of recognition ... Rodrigo Garcia (8th grade). Marc Netterfield (7th grade) and Geoffrey Kesterson (6th grade) competed in the Clark County School District's Zone spelling contest Feb. 4 at Green Valley High. Silverado dinner to help band A pasta dirmer and silent auction will be sponsored by the Silverado High School band boosters from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Feb. 19. The cafeteria will be transformed into a romantic Italian setting and stroUing magicians will provide entertainment. The menu will feature baked ziti with or without meat, garlic bread, salad, numerous deserts and beverages. A preview of items for the silent auction will be from 5:30 to 8 p.m. Included are Vacation Village packages, dinners for two, excursions on Lake Mad and Laughlin weekends. The Silverado Band Boosters are sponsoring the event. Tickets are $5. For more information, call 799-5790, ext. 256. DOWNTOWN 1/HENDERSON 15 E. Lake Mead Drive between Water St. 8i Boulder Hwy. 565-0122 Congratulations To Reserve Hotel Casino ii • Includes $50 Rebate • First month of programming free T' "Discover the World of Satellite TV" PRIMES*yi„, p^^^^ ELECTRONICS "Serving Henderson for 10 years" Electronic Renovation • Consultation • Satellite • Audio • Video LICENSED 564-0790 INSURED Bartlett ES struggles with traffic Bartlett Elementary School recently announced new dropoff and pick-up policies and tranic restrictions to cope with overcrowding and traffic congestion before and after school. Responding to parent and teacher concerns about children darting into traffic, a special parent advisory committee was established to review several options. A plan was developed that changed traffic flow patterns, limited access to certain driveways and parking areas, and prohibited parking in drop-off zones. Pedestrian access through the park or across the access road was also rerouted to increase child safety. "Our school was built for 660 students," said principal Dr. Brad Reitz. "Our current enrollment is 850 and the driveway cannot accommodate the daily traffic. Children were darting between cars and creating unsafe conditions." All children who attend Bartlett live within two miles of the school so no bus service is provided under district regulation. As a result, about 90% of parents drive their children to school, which creates significant traffic congestion. The new plan was presented to students in special assemblies and detailed to parents in several school bulletins. Several parents volunteered to help enforce the new restrictions and gave pencils to students who complied. "Voluntary compliance has been excellent," said traffic coordinator Julie Winkler. "It is clear the students benefited from a traffic safety campaign following the winter break." Lee Zaichick/News Staff NURSES AWARD—Vanderburg Elementary School students Alyssa l-loff man, Melissa Moot, student president Ray Brown, vice president Kaitlin Murphy, secretary Kelly Griego, treasurer Megan WIencek and historian Sasha Neugebauer donate blankets to the school's nurse, Denise Monaco and Paula McLaughlin, FASA, for the Salvation Army to help warm the homeless in honor of School Nurse Day. Morrow ES donates to Giving Life Students at Morrow Elementary School conducted a food drive in November to assist needy and homeless families in Henderson. A total of 1,500 pounds was donated to Giving Life Ministries, a non-profit, independent Christian Church that operates an emergency food pantry for needy families. = • The pantry, 416 Perlite Way, is open from 9 a.m. to noon Tuesdays through Fridays. Referrals are requested but not required. Donations from United Way, businesses and individuals also permitted Giving Life Ministries to fulfill a major need — a refrigerator and freezer. You Name It, We Stitch It Personalized BAYBEKA -,'-'"" ^aiL EMBROIDERY !f^ Company 558-8280 ^''^P Logos QUALITY • FRIEi^DLV SERVICE Sports "No Order isjcx) small' WORKS LIKE LIQUID BALL BEARINGS* COUPON ^S^ OFF I WORKS I LIKE I LIQUID FULL SERVICE OIL CHANGE IBEARINGS* L jy^ FEATURE PENNZOIL AIRAND OIL FILTERS J ( 13"C0NVENIENT LOCATrONS 3450 South Decatur 871-3253 4310 West Flamingo 876-0360 Sunset & Annie Oakley 456-7915 2718 East Tropicana 456-0988 • 107 South Rainbow 878-1765 West Sahara & Jones 873-7507 Lake Mead & Rampart 363-6906 Wigwam & Pecos 361-1424 Boulder Hwy. & East Lake Mead 564-7521 West Sahara & Buffalo 256-7574 Bullhead City, AZ 520-758-3590 11 N. Nellis 459-7724 Cheyenne & Buffalo 395-0273 WORKS LIKE LIQUID BALL BEARINGS* \ SERVICE INCLUDES! • CHANGE THE OIL • CHANGE THE FILTER • COMPLETE CHASSIS LUBE • CHECK AND FILL BRAKE FLUID • CHECK AND FILL POWER STEERING • CHECK AND FILL DIFFERENTIAL • CHECK AND FILL TRANSMISSION • CHECK AND FILL ALL TIRES • CHECK AND FILL WINDSHIELD WASHER • CHECK AND CLEAN AIR FILTER • WASH WINDSHIELDS WEFEATURE PENNZOIL AIR AND OILTILTERS WITH EVERY FULL SERVICE OIL & LUBE YOU GET A FREE CAR WASH. TRIFLE BQARDIN6MSSF0INTS! On lUesday earn triple Boarding Pass Points all day king. Just insert your card and we'll eiutonnaticaJly triple tfie points you earn for pilay. Must be a Boarding Pass member. I fMUtWtfgtn 2/17/Se. SUNSET S TATION 000000 Must be 21. Sunset I 01996 SjiMt station Hotel & C —lno, I 'UnderJheSim?' I Af us 93/95 547-7777 i,NV a Station CMlnoBoonnpwTy 2-£Dr-lFi^ADINNER! On lliesday redeem this coupon at Rosalita's and receive 2-for-1 Fajita Dinner, chiclon or beef. Regular price $7.99. Offer valid Sunday-Thursday One coupon per person, per day Cannot be combined with any other offer. _^ -.,,,^^SUNSET STATION HOTEL • CAHINO #413-165 Must be 21. EvetydiingUnderlheSun^ Sunset f^oadAlUS 93/95 547-7777 01996 Stnset Station Hotel iiCaalno.Henderaon.NV • Station Caetnoe company 2-fi3r-lBBEAKFASrorIXJNCH! On Tuesday, redeem this coupon at the Feast Around The Worid arxJ get one FREE kxeakfast, or lunch with the purchase of anotfier at the regtilar price (or 1/20fT single purchase). Breakfast 7:00am-^ Lunch 11:00am 3:00pm. Expires 3:OOpi 12/17/98. SUNSET STATION HOTKL -CASINO rUnderTheSuih Must be 21. CIS an #413-107 Sunset Road ATUS 93/95 547-7777 3 Sunaet station Hotel &Caalno.Handamn,NV • Station Caalnoe oompwv BINGO OFFER! FKEE$3 BUY-lNof$9orMORE!^ On Hwaday, redeem this coupon and receive a $3 pack finee wtth a buy-in of $9 or more. 9 sessions daUy on ttie even hour. Expin #413-136 MUM tie 21. S/17/9a. eioee! SUNSET STATION ^UoderlheSun.^ ^tUS935 547-7777 i,MV aS>aon C eM o eoomparv SUNSET STATION <( HOTEL 'CASINO /^ All The Fun Unda TheSui set Raid Ar ^jtTlO\fVM\,

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He derson Home News Tuesday, February'10, 1998 EDUCATION Henderson Home News Roberts ES courtyard i^ cooperative project Janice Stromberg Principal, Roberts ES The students, faculty and staff at Aggie Roberts Elementary School. 227 Charter Oak St., in Henderson, will soon have an improved courtyard area to enjoy, thanks to a cooperative community and school project. In early October, the Beautification Committee at the school initiated a three-phase project to enhance the existing courtyard compound. The first phase of the proposed plan called for more plants, shrubs and flowers to be added to the established courtyard area, resulting in a more colorful year-round foliage effect. The second phase will be the purchase of several pieces of outdoor patio furrijiture, creating a garden-like atmosphere that can be used by the faculty and students alike. The final phase will REPORT CARD be the completion of two figure sculptures, similar to the ones seen in the Green Valley area, to be constructed by the school art club. Art specialist Dean Dartman, along with Star Nursery sales representative Angela Williams, submitted plans and sketches for the for the courtyard renovations. Final confirmation was given in early December by the committee and administration, and plans were made to begin the first phase on Dec. 30. Prior to the planting date, Williams told Dartman that Star Nursery would donate the entire cost of the project, as their part in working with the school for a better community environment. Williams said, "We decided to donate the cost of the project not only as an example pf a community and school working together on a partnership project, but also because of the school's namesake, Aggie Robert. Aggie has always been instrumental in the horticultural welfare of Las Vegas and surrounding communities." Bill Edwards, another Star Nursery sales representative, said, "Aggie Roberts has provided the community with priceless and valuable knowledge of the plant world here in Southern Nevada. This is just a little thank you for all of her contributions over the years." On Dec. 30, a work crew of several Star Nursery employees, Clark County Schools landscape and grounds service coordinator Alan Paulson, along with Dartman and Roberts ES head custodian Danny Pease, spent the CCHS seniors prepare to enter the business world Kevin Ferguson News Staff Writer As the spring semester winds down often faster than expected for high school seniors, students at Hendersons Community College High School are already compiling portfolios to present to potential employers. Through the school's Smart Grad program, the seniors are learning how to develop and organize resumes that will stand )ut among competitors in the business community. All high school English departments in Clark County offer the Smart Orad program which began a few years ago as a federal movement to better prepare graduating seniors for the work force. But, the CCHS program takes the stu'dent-to-employee preparation several stepsfurther. "Our students preparing portfolios and a resume to offer to employers is just one aspect," school counselor Mary Catherine Bliss said. "It will include a transcript, two letters of recommendation and a writing .sample, as well as the resume." Corporate sales manager Stacey Callom of Alexis Park Resort and Spa in Las Vegas recently spoke to a group of CCHS seniors. She spoke about what today's employers are looking for from job applicants, and the best way for the candidates to present their skills on a resume. Callom said employers look for descriptive key words on a resume, such as motivated, responsible, flexible, adaptable, organized and good time management skills. Candidates should give examples of situations where they have demonstrated such skills. Senior Jason Manzo, studying to become a fire fighter while completing high school credits, said the .seminar has helped him prepare a more impressive resume. "I learned how to better represent the things I've accomplished in my fire training, so when I apply for a job, I will stand out," Manzo said. Callom stressed job candidates should be creative when pointing —-out certafn skills. "If you tutor soineone like a brother or a ftiend in acertain subject, put that on your resume becauseit shows that you are responsible," she told the audience. Other information Callom suggested for a resume, includes computer skills, volunteer work, spoken and/or written foreign languages skills and hobbies. "Hobbies should be included because if you have a similar hobby as the person interviewing you, it will make you stick in their mind as they review the resumes for follow-up interviews," Callom said. CCSN invites public to lecture series Community College Southern Nevada announces its 1998 Students/Faculty Lecture Series for students, faculty and the public. Held weekdays from 2 to 3 p. m. on the Cheyenne and Charleston campuses, the series continues through April, 1998. • Topics range from ethnic and diversity issues to single parenting and career opportunities. Call Lynn Forkos, 651-4097, for location and details or call CCSN,651-4000 (Cheyenne), and" 651-5000 (Charleston), or the Provost's office, 651-4002. The public is welcome at the free lectures and encouraged to come early and lunch at Russell's Restaurant on the Cheyenne campus. Gourmet lunches at bargain prices will be served on Mondays and Wednesdays from 11:30 a.m. -12:45 p.m., beginning Feb. 23. Call Karen Faico, 6514701, for more information about Russell's, Funded by the Associated Students of CCSN and organized by the Campus Environment Council, the lecture series calendar includes the following. In February on the Cheyenne campus: Feb. 10: Stereotyping Black Images and the African Heritage. Feb. 12: Hispanics in Politics. Feb. 17: Implications of Consensual Relationships. Feb. 19: Asian Women's Issues. Feb. 26: What Does a College Owe Its Students? Feb. 24: Women's Issues, Charleston campus. In March on Cheyenne Campus: March 12: Single Mothers and Single Fathers — All the Ramifications. March 17: Confessions: Student's Successes and Failures. March 19: Stereotyping. In April on Charleston campus: April 15: The Italian/Jewish Experience in Las Vegas. April 21: A Mid-Life CCSN Success Story. April 23: Native American issues Today and Yesteryear] THE 1/2 PRICE MEAL DEAL BUY ANY MEAL... Of equal or lesser value. Bring coupon. Not valid with any other offer. Dine in only Expires 3'31'98 day planting and replanting the courtyard. In addition to all the vegetation, the nursery also donated four 28-inch ceramic pots and saucers planted with a variety of flowers and ferns. The nursery indicated that significant changes would become more visible in the spring when the majority of the plants would start to bloom and flower. We would like to thank Star Nursery for their wonderful donation of plants, trees and flowers. The courtyard looks beautiful. I feel confident that because of Star's generosity, this very important area of our school will become a popular place for students, teachers and visitors to frequent. It is a pleasure to work with community businesses and individuals who support local schools smd want the best possible environment for our children. Come dine with us morning, noon or night for a tasty inexpensive bitet 50's Style Diner Where Every Bite /s A Screaming Delight" Located Inside 566 1965 (%^ ^UNTll'^ 230 N. Gibson Rd. • Henderson Valley Auto Mall • U.S. 95 & Sunset Rd. BREAKFAST • LUNCH • DINNER Open: Monday • Saturday I ^ M S tl3 • Nj • : ^ MOVING? 24 Hour Pack And Load Service 10% SENIOR DISCOUNT Just Ask! -<> 3 hour special ^ ^$149.00^ 'y with coupon X LET MOVERS REFERRAL SERVICE HELP YOU MAKE THE RIGHT MOVE! '^ 2 hour Special^ ^: $99.00 with coupon v CALL TODAY 382-8683 MOVE TODAY Discounts Ccinno! l-cLombni'j'.i H-i I I I. • i Grilled Salmon Served with black bean and corn salsa with choice of soup or salad Flowers for the Ladies Salmon Wrapped in puff pasty with a white wine butter sauce. Tournedos of Beef with bernaise and fried onion rings. Both entreei served with soup or salad, choice of potato, vegetable of the day and sweetheart dessert. Flowers for the Ladles JI^I^I,J*IIMMWWmHMWJ ^ Prime Rib and Lobster Tail served with soup or salad, choice of potato, and vegetable of the day. C • A • S • I • N • O 140 Water Street • 564-1811 Served from 4 p.m. (gCDIBffti CAS N O Served from 4 p.m. Boulder Hwy. South of Sunset • 564-8100 Tuesday, February 10, 1998 Henderson Horn* News Page 9 71 EDUCATION BRIEFS GVHS News Briefs Senior Mackenzie Droppo was selected the Rotary Club's January student of the month. She has been recognized as a Tandy Technology Scholar and a U.S. Senate Youtli' program nominee. She received a U.S. Student Council Award. She also has studied baUet, pointe, jazz and modem dance.... Esther Anderson, the school's bowling coach who has taught physical education at GVHS for the past six years, was named the January Teacher of the Month.... Mliry Ann Mueller, registrar at GVHS for two years, was named January Support StaflF member of the month.... Jimior Erin Stutleberg won the local National Voice ofDemocracy Program, sponsored by the Veterans of Foreign Wars and its Ladies Auxiliary. The contest's theme was "My Voice in our Democracy." She is a member of of the National Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta and the Speech and Debate Team.... Sophomore Megan Cederburg was selected to represent the school at the 40th annual Hugh CBrian Leadership Seminar.... Senior Bill Handsfield was named a scholar finalist in the 19971998 National Hispaiuc Scholar Recognition Program. Performances of "Guys and Dolls" will continue at 7 p.m. Feb. 12-13. Tickets are $4. Call 799-0950, Ext. 208. L Brown JHS News Briefs For the third time this year, Brandon Marquis was the winner for the "Problem of the Day" aired on Channel lO's Homework HotUne on Jan. 26. He received a gift certificate and certificates of recognition ... Rodrigo Garcia (8th grade). Marc Netterfield (7th grade) and Geoffrey Kesterson (6th grade) competed in the Clark County School District's Zone spelling contest Feb. 4 at Green Valley High. Silverado dinner to help band A pasta dirmer and silent auction will be sponsored by the Silverado High School band boosters from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Feb. 19. The cafeteria will be transformed into a romantic Italian setting and stroUing magicians will provide entertainment. The menu will feature baked ziti with or without meat, garlic bread, salad, numerous deserts and beverages. A preview of items for the silent auction will be from 5:30 to 8 p.m. Included are Vacation Village packages, dinners for two, excursions on Lake Mad and Laughlin weekends. The Silverado Band Boosters are sponsoring the event. Tickets are $5. For more information, call 799-5790, ext. 256. DOWNTOWN 1/HENDERSON 15 E. Lake Mead Drive between Water St. 8i Boulder Hwy. 565-0122 Congratulations To Reserve Hotel Casino ii • Includes $50 Rebate • First month of programming free T' "Discover the World of Satellite TV" PRIMES*yi„, p^^^^ ELECTRONICS "Serving Henderson for 10 years" Electronic Renovation • Consultation • Satellite • Audio • Video LICENSED 564-0790 INSURED Bartlett ES struggles with traffic Bartlett Elementary School recently announced new dropoff and pick-up policies and tranic restrictions to cope with overcrowding and traffic congestion before and after school. Responding to parent and teacher concerns about children darting into traffic, a special parent advisory committee was established to review several options. A plan was developed that changed traffic flow patterns, limited access to certain driveways and parking areas, and prohibited parking in drop-off zones. Pedestrian access through the park or across the access road was also rerouted to increase child safety. "Our school was built for 660 students," said principal Dr. Brad Reitz. "Our current enrollment is 850 and the driveway cannot accommodate the daily traffic. Children were darting between cars and creating unsafe conditions." All children who attend Bartlett live within two miles of the school so no bus service is provided under district regulation. As a result, about 90% of parents drive their children to school, which creates significant traffic congestion. The new plan was presented to students in special assemblies and detailed to parents in several school bulletins. Several parents volunteered to help enforce the new restrictions and gave pencils to students who complied. "Voluntary compliance has been excellent," said traffic coordinator Julie Winkler. "It is clear the students benefited from a traffic safety campaign following the winter break." Lee Zaichick/News Staff NURSES AWARD—Vanderburg Elementary School students Alyssa l-loff man, Melissa Moot, student president Ray Brown, vice president Kaitlin Murphy, secretary Kelly Griego, treasurer Megan WIencek and historian Sasha Neugebauer donate blankets to the school's nurse, Denise Monaco and Paula McLaughlin, FASA, for the Salvation Army to help warm the homeless in honor of School Nurse Day. Morrow ES donates to Giving Life Students at Morrow Elementary School conducted a food drive in November to assist needy and homeless families in Henderson. A total of 1,500 pounds was donated to Giving Life Ministries, a non-profit, independent Christian Church that operates an emergency food pantry for needy families. = • The pantry, 416 Perlite Way, is open from 9 a.m. to noon Tuesdays through Fridays. Referrals are requested but not required. Donations from United Way, businesses and individuals also permitted Giving Life Ministries to fulfill a major need — a refrigerator and freezer. You Name It, We Stitch It Personalized BAYBEKA -,'-'"" ^aiL EMBROIDERY !f^ Company 558-8280 ^''^P Logos QUALITY • FRIEi^DLV SERVICE Sports "No Order isjcx) small' WORKS LIKE LIQUID BALL BEARINGS* COUPON ^S^ OFF I WORKS I LIKE I LIQUID FULL SERVICE OIL CHANGE IBEARINGS* L jy^ FEATURE PENNZOIL AIRAND OIL FILTERS J ( 13"C0NVENIENT LOCATrONS 3450 South Decatur 871-3253 4310 West Flamingo 876-0360 Sunset & Annie Oakley 456-7915 2718 East Tropicana 456-0988 • 107 South Rainbow 878-1765 West Sahara & Jones 873-7507 Lake Mead & Rampart 363-6906 Wigwam & Pecos 361-1424 Boulder Hwy. & East Lake Mead 564-7521 West Sahara & Buffalo 256-7574 Bullhead City, AZ 520-758-3590 11 N. Nellis 459-7724 Cheyenne & Buffalo 395-0273 WORKS LIKE LIQUID BALL BEARINGS* \ SERVICE INCLUDES! • CHANGE THE OIL • CHANGE THE FILTER • COMPLETE CHASSIS LUBE • CHECK AND FILL BRAKE FLUID • CHECK AND FILL POWER STEERING • CHECK AND FILL DIFFERENTIAL • CHECK AND FILL TRANSMISSION • CHECK AND FILL ALL TIRES • CHECK AND FILL WINDSHIELD WASHER • CHECK AND CLEAN AIR FILTER • WASH WINDSHIELDS WEFEATURE PENNZOIL AIR AND OILTILTERS WITH EVERY FULL SERVICE OIL & LUBE YOU GET A FREE CAR WASH. TRIFLE BQARDIN6MSSF0INTS! On lUesday earn triple Boarding Pass Points all day king. Just insert your card and we'll eiutonnaticaJly triple tfie points you earn for pilay. Must be a Boarding Pass member. I fMUtWtfgtn 2/17/Se. SUNSET S TATION 000000 Must be 21. Sunset I 01996 SjiMt station Hotel & C —lno, I 'UnderJheSim?' I Af us 93/95 547-7777 i,NV a Station CMlnoBoonnpwTy 2-£Dr-lFi^ADINNER! On lliesday redeem this coupon at Rosalita's and receive 2-for-1 Fajita Dinner, chiclon or beef. Regular price $7.99. Offer valid Sunday-Thursday One coupon per person, per day Cannot be combined with any other offer. _^ -.,,,^^SUNSET STATION HOTEL • CAHINO #413-165 Must be 21. EvetydiingUnderlheSun^ Sunset f^oadAlUS 93/95 547-7777 01996 Stnset Station Hotel iiCaalno.Henderaon.NV • Station Caetnoe company 2-fi3r-lBBEAKFASrorIXJNCH! On Tuesday, redeem this coupon at the Feast Around The Worid arxJ get one FREE kxeakfast, or lunch with the purchase of anotfier at the regtilar price (or 1/20fT single purchase). Breakfast 7:00am-^ Lunch 11:00am 3:00pm. Expires 3:OOpi 12/17/98. SUNSET STATION HOTKL -CASINO rUnderTheSuih Must be 21. CIS an #413-107 Sunset Road ATUS 93/95 547-7777 3 Sunaet station Hotel &Caalno.Handamn,NV • Station Caalnoe oompwv BINGO OFFER! FKEE$3 BUY-lNof$9orMORE!^ On Hwaday, redeem this coupon and receive a $3 pack finee wtth a buy-in of $9 or more. 9 sessions daUy on ttie even hour. Expin #413-136 MUM tie 21. S/17/9a. eioee! 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0?^ ^^r? Page 10 Henderson Home News Tuesday, February 10, 1998 Tuesday, February 10, 1998 Henderson Home News Page 11 Henderson Honne News USA Cafe gives localbands a chance D.J.Allen News Contributing Writer All bands dream of making the big time. USA Cafe is giving them a chance to start reaching for that dream. Located in the Lucky shopping center on the comer of Green Valley Parkway and Sunset Road, the cafe offers up-and-coming bands a chance to play in front of live audiences. "If there are young kids in the band, it gives them a chance to play in a nightclub atmosphere," owner Jerry Laidman said. "They can't get that experience at too many other places." On Thursdays and Sundays for the past two years, USA Cafe has opened its restaurant portion of the establishment to people of all ages. USA Cafe acts as a normal 21-and-over club on Fridays and Saturdays. "It gives us some business on usual off-nights," said Laidman, a father oftwo, about younger bands performing on Thursdays and Sundays. "It gives kids some place to go other than being out on the streets." No matter the reason for USA Cafe, local bands are reaping the benefits. For the four-month-old group "Buffalo & Them Guys" — a fiveman band which includes four Basic High graduates—Laidman and genera] manager Dave Butera are giving the band a chance to improve as well as make a few extra dollars on the side. "People take us a little more seriously when they know we arS doing it as a job and getting paid for it," said Rod Dietrich, one of the groups guitarists. "Playing at the USA Cafe lets us share our Rob Weidenfeld/News Staff GETTING A SHOT — Henderson's "Buffalo & Them Guys' —from left, Andy Monis, Mike Gill, Kurt Hanson, Keith Campbell and Rod Dietrich — is one of many local bands that performs at the USA Cafe. talent. "You know you have the talent, but a lot of other people might not." Dietrich added playing in an established business such as the USA Cafe gives the band extra exposure. : ". "They have people goingih arid i3ut of there and you get to play for them," Dietrich said. "A lot of people who don't know who you are get to hear you." While USA Cafe charges a $13 cover charge to see bands play, much of the money goes back to the bands. Laidman said he does not try to make a killing financially of the bands — particularly the younger groups. AutoNation USA names GM AutoNation USA's automotive retail group president, Mike Maroone, announced that Douglas A. Hilb has been named general manager of the AutoNation USA megastore in Henderson. Hilb, a long-time automotive sales manager who believes that AutoNation USA is "the wave of the future" for used car sales, has 20 years of experience in service, finance management and gen-* eral management in the automotive industry. He most recently sen'ed as service manager of the AutoNation USA mega.store in Phoenix. The store is one of 26 AutoNation USA megastores that have b€>en opened nationwide in the last year. Located on 23 acres at 1000 Warm Springs, at the Sunset exit on U.S. 95 south, the store employs 125 people in its sales and service force. Before he joined AutoNation USA in Phoenix, Hilb was service manager of Bell Dodge, AutoNation USA's first new vehicle dealer acquisition in Phoenix. He also served as sales manager for Bell Dfxlge and as general manager of the Bell Road Resale Center. He was attracted to AutoNation USA because of its commitment to customer service and its successful efforts to change the way Americans buy cars. "I have been a fan of one-price, no-haggle car selling for a long time," Hilb said. "It's the way the customer wants to buy a car." While groups such as "Buffalo & Them Guys" and Boulder City's "Linus" consist of members over 21, Laidman said bands with members as young as 12 play at his establishment. "A teen club is a business trying to make money especially from the teen market. We do it as something I like to do. I like the idea of my kids having a place to go," he said. As do the bands. Even though a number of the groups who play at the USA Cafe are over 21, being able to play an all-age club still benefits them. "We have a lot of fans who are underage," said John Gibbs, a member of "Linus." "Playing at a LV press on Web site Journalists around the world—and even those just around the corner—can now access press information about Las Vegas on the Internet at www.lasvegas24hours.com, the award-winning web site of the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority. The LVCVA's standard press kit, published by the Las Vegas News Bureau, is available on the site in the "About Us" department. The press kit includes 13 news releases such as "It's a Fact," miscellaneous facts about Las Vegas, and "Las Vegas Looks to the Future," a summary of planned resorts and attractions. There's also information on shopping, visiting nearby attractions such as Laughlin and Hoover Dam, and getting married in Las Vegas. place like that let's them be able to come out and see us. They can't go into the bars when we play." Laidman said another feature he tries to offer is letting parents and kids have a place to go together, but still be separate. On Thursday and Sunday nights, minors are allowed in the dining area of USA Cafe while parents can be in the bar area if they choose. However, that makes for Laidman and Butera's biggest violation for curfew or underage drinking. "I tell them, 'Ifyou mess up, you mess it up for everyone else. And you don't want your buddy mad at you.'" The News covers your community RECYCLE $$CASH PAID$$ Aluminum Cans...32c lb. #1 Copper 52c lb. #2 Copper 42clb. Brass 28clb. Clean Aluminum...28c lb. Nevada Pic-A-Part now. Roily 565-1414 MondavThru Saturdn\ CO your retirenuhM (We have grown to love her nicked ear) 'Oh no, not thebox!" £nsiead of boxing up your children's ustd things, why not bring ihem to Once Upon A Child? We buy genlly used brand name children's clothing, toys, furniture and equipment. That s inoney for you. And a second life for your kids' precious tilings. teufioi^ochildl a KIOS(TUFF WITH PRKVIOUS • XPSRICN^'26-9S90 Warm Springs Market Place (Warm Springs & Eastern) Store Hours: Mon. FrI 10am 7pm • Sal • tOam fipm • Sun 12 Noon 5pm U Dine 4 ^^Elegantli; for a Romantic Valentine's Day at... (fim^ 5^6^ &uS Choose from a Variety of entrec's Starting at $16.95 g Free Glass of Korbel Champagne witk all dinners Reservations • Suggested Lounge Open 24 hours JO, 2241 N. Green Valley Pkwy. at Warm Springs in Abertons Shopping Center 454-4211 Suiprise your sweetie with a tin full of tasty treats! VALENTINE'S SWEETS IN A ASIN08.RESTAURANT 1741 N. Boulder Hwy. (South or Sunset) tleDderaoii,nv 89015 HPRD BRIEFS Trip to Universal Studios Henderson Parks and Recreation Department will sponsor a trip to Universal Studios. The $65 per person trip departs at 3 a.m. Feb. 21 and will return to Henderson at about 2:30 a.m. Feb. 22. Children ages 5-12 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Participants age 13 and older may travel unescorted if registered by a parent or guardian. The cost includes round-trip transportation and unlimited use of all park attractions. Buses will depart from the Kesterson Valley View Recreation Center, 500 Harris St., at 3 a.m., and from the Silver Springs Recreation Center, 1951 Silver Springs Parkway, at 3:30 a.m. Participants will take a tour of Universal Studios, the world's largest working fihn and television studio. It also offers more than 400 acres of rides, shows and behind-the-scenes secrets. : For information or registration, call the Kesterson Valley View Recreation Center, 566-2121, or the Silver Springs Recreation Cent:v435-3814. —--s;..^..„^ .'. Painting workshop announced The Henderson Parks and Recreation Department will sponsor a workshop, "Bob Ross Painting with Ease,''.from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 28, at the Silver Springs Recreation Center, 1951 Silver Springs Parkway. Participants will complete paintings during the one-day workshop. No experience or artistic talent is required, but participants must be aged 16 or older. The cost is $45. The Bob Ross style of painting originated with the popular PBS television show "The Joy of Painting," which introduced millions of aspiring artists to practice the wet-on-wet' technique. Ross developed the technique to help many more people quickly master painting but still maintain a finely crafted finished product. His technique proved effective in achieving its goals. Since its first airing in 1983, "The Joy of Painting" has aired continuously on PBS, outlasting its creator, Ross, who died in 1995. "The best part about wet-on-wet painting is the fact that a finished landscape can be produced in a very short time," said recreation coordinator Kurt Wilhams. "In fact, Ross produced a completed work in every one of his shows in just thirty minutes." Individualized instruction will be available during this workshop as needed. A supply Ust will be available at registration, and participants may purchase necessary tools and paints from the instructor for $20. Advanced registration is recommended. For more information, cedl 435-3814. Hunter's Safety Workshop set A two-part Hunter's Safety Workshop wiU be held from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 21-22 at the Silver Springs Recreation Center, 1951 Silver Springs Parkway. Open to participants aged 12 or older, the cost is $5. Sponsored by the Henderson Parks and Recreation Department and the Nevada Department of Wildlife, participants who successfiiUy complete the workshop yjlj earu a huRtiw-'s^afety card. To register for thewoj^sftsp^ or foritirn Water St. fc Boulder Hwy. The News covers your community GARAGE CABINETS $59300 INSTALLED $ Free Estimates $ Closet Organizers $ Pull-Out Shelves l^^ddln ptorate Cabinet; | *rf f^ lJfy Closet Design! 644-0109 4530 AndreiA/sSt.,SutieH luc. #0043082 • BOUNDED • INSURED V^ ^^^^^^^^^ Complete Dinner $2.99 SERVED WITH SOUP OR SALAD VEGETABLES & YOUR CHOICE OF POTATO Served 4:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m ran C/vai/ Lyaje 2800 S. Boulder Hwy. Henderson 294-5000 r/ Where the Freeway ends and the fun begins tt.^ m vfciii Poker Room open daily at 10am $17 Hold'em Shoot Out Everyday 10:30am Archaeo-Nevada Society to meet The Archaeo-Nevada Society will meet at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 12, at the Barrick Natural History Museum auditorium at the Harry Reid Center for Environmental Studies on the UNLV campus. Dr. Donald R Tuohy, curator of anthropology at the Nevada State Museum in Carson City, and Amy Dansie, anthropologist at the museum, will speak on "Current Research on Spirit Cave Mummy." For more information, call 5647912. STAY INFORMED. READ THE NEWS Dinner Outfet (4.49 Per Person Includes Solod Dor ThuR. 4pm-9pm Doily t3e21for-nesespeoois Sol.must seived 'f' Free Monthly Blackjack Tournment $2000"'^ replace : vr LJfAFFORDABLE SAFETY NEVADA SAFETY PLANS • • • FREE INSPECTIONS • • • • TRAINING • MANUELS • CONSULTING W.4KA7.v(;; Did you know all types oj business need to have a safety program & training. It's the law-flms are from ()-$7.tl()() pi-r violation. HENDERSON, NV. • (702) 558-7379 Friday Night Seofood Ouffet $6.99 per perbor 4pm 9pm Details at Caae WHAT A UlM^ii Cash Your Paycheck $$ WIN A MILLION! $.; Broiled NY Steak ,J.Qndwich $3.99 24 Hours ^USTDE 21 FOR THESE SPECIALS 458-8810 • 5255 Boulder Hwy... **'f'^3il com npv.iiia palace Q ^weetc^ PAYS MORE Feb. 13th 28th Hit the daily specified Four -Of-A-Kind & receive a 1 DO COIN BONUS on all video poker machines at... C • A • S • I • N • O 140 Water Street • Downtown Henderson (702)564-1811 $ 16.000.00 Guaranteed Cash Giveaway February 1 3th -16th *S8.000 guaranteed Per casino Bu\e sPosCas\nos BOYD GAMING HENDERSON Logo Wear! Mock Turtle Necks, Sweatshirts, >j|-| fit Silk Jackets! on specified video poker, slot & keno machine wins! Rules posted at r CAS! NO Boulder Highway, Souttfof Sunset (702)654-8100 ; o. "^

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0?^ ^^r? Page 10 Henderson Home News Tuesday, February 10, 1998 Tuesday, February 10, 1998 Henderson Home News Page 11 Henderson Honne News USA Cafe gives localbands a chance D.J.Allen News Contributing Writer All bands dream of making the big time. USA Cafe is giving them a chance to start reaching for that dream. Located in the Lucky shopping center on the comer of Green Valley Parkway and Sunset Road, the cafe offers up-and-coming bands a chance to play in front of live audiences. "If there are young kids in the band, it gives them a chance to play in a nightclub atmosphere," owner Jerry Laidman said. "They can't get that experience at too many other places." On Thursdays and Sundays for the past two years, USA Cafe has opened its restaurant portion of the establishment to people of all ages. USA Cafe acts as a normal 21-and-over club on Fridays and Saturdays. "It gives us some business on usual off-nights," said Laidman, a father oftwo, about younger bands performing on Thursdays and Sundays. "It gives kids some place to go other than being out on the streets." No matter the reason for USA Cafe, local bands are reaping the benefits. For the four-month-old group "Buffalo & Them Guys" — a fiveman band which includes four Basic High graduates—Laidman and genera] manager Dave Butera are giving the band a chance to improve as well as make a few extra dollars on the side. "People take us a little more seriously when they know we arS doing it as a job and getting paid for it," said Rod Dietrich, one of the groups guitarists. "Playing at the USA Cafe lets us share our Rob Weidenfeld/News Staff GETTING A SHOT — Henderson's "Buffalo & Them Guys' —from left, Andy Monis, Mike Gill, Kurt Hanson, Keith Campbell and Rod Dietrich — is one of many local bands that performs at the USA Cafe. talent. "You know you have the talent, but a lot of other people might not." Dietrich added playing in an established business such as the USA Cafe gives the band extra exposure. : ". "They have people goingih arid i3ut of there and you get to play for them," Dietrich said. "A lot of people who don't know who you are get to hear you." While USA Cafe charges a $13 cover charge to see bands play, much of the money goes back to the bands. Laidman said he does not try to make a killing financially of the bands — particularly the younger groups. AutoNation USA names GM AutoNation USA's automotive retail group president, Mike Maroone, announced that Douglas A. Hilb has been named general manager of the AutoNation USA megastore in Henderson. Hilb, a long-time automotive sales manager who believes that AutoNation USA is "the wave of the future" for used car sales, has 20 years of experience in service, finance management and gen-* eral management in the automotive industry. He most recently sen'ed as service manager of the AutoNation USA mega.store in Phoenix. The store is one of 26 AutoNation USA megastores that have b€>en opened nationwide in the last year. Located on 23 acres at 1000 Warm Springs, at the Sunset exit on U.S. 95 south, the store employs 125 people in its sales and service force. Before he joined AutoNation USA in Phoenix, Hilb was service manager of Bell Dodge, AutoNation USA's first new vehicle dealer acquisition in Phoenix. He also served as sales manager for Bell Dfxlge and as general manager of the Bell Road Resale Center. He was attracted to AutoNation USA because of its commitment to customer service and its successful efforts to change the way Americans buy cars. "I have been a fan of one-price, no-haggle car selling for a long time," Hilb said. "It's the way the customer wants to buy a car." While groups such as "Buffalo & Them Guys" and Boulder City's "Linus" consist of members over 21, Laidman said bands with members as young as 12 play at his establishment. "A teen club is a business trying to make money especially from the teen market. We do it as something I like to do. I like the idea of my kids having a place to go," he said. As do the bands. Even though a number of the groups who play at the USA Cafe are over 21, being able to play an all-age club still benefits them. "We have a lot of fans who are underage," said John Gibbs, a member of "Linus." "Playing at a LV press on Web site Journalists around the world—and even those just around the corner—can now access press information about Las Vegas on the Internet at www.lasvegas24hours.com, the award-winning web site of the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority. The LVCVA's standard press kit, published by the Las Vegas News Bureau, is available on the site in the "About Us" department. The press kit includes 13 news releases such as "It's a Fact," miscellaneous facts about Las Vegas, and "Las Vegas Looks to the Future," a summary of planned resorts and attractions. There's also information on shopping, visiting nearby attractions such as Laughlin and Hoover Dam, and getting married in Las Vegas. place like that let's them be able to come out and see us. They can't go into the bars when we play." Laidman said another feature he tries to offer is letting parents and kids have a place to go together, but still be separate. On Thursday and Sunday nights, minors are allowed in the dining area of USA Cafe while parents can be in the bar area if they choose. However, that makes for Laidman and Butera's biggest violation for curfew or underage drinking. "I tell them, 'Ifyou mess up, you mess it up for everyone else. And you don't want your buddy mad at you.'" The News covers your community RECYCLE $$CASH PAID$$ Aluminum Cans...32c lb. #1 Copper 52c lb. #2 Copper 42clb. Brass 28clb. Clean Aluminum...28c lb. Nevada Pic-A-Part now. Roily 565-1414 MondavThru Saturdn\ CO your retirenuhM (We have grown to love her nicked ear) 'Oh no, not thebox!" £nsiead of boxing up your children's ustd things, why not bring ihem to Once Upon A Child? We buy genlly used brand name children's clothing, toys, furniture and equipment. That s inoney for you. And a second life for your kids' precious tilings. teufioi^ochildl a KIOS(TUFF WITH PRKVIOUS • XPSRICN^'26-9S90 Warm Springs Market Place (Warm Springs & Eastern) Store Hours: Mon. FrI 10am 7pm • Sal • tOam fipm • Sun 12 Noon 5pm U Dine 4 ^^Elegantli; for a Romantic Valentine's Day at... (fim^ 5^6^ &uS Choose from a Variety of entrec's Starting at $16.95 g Free Glass of Korbel Champagne witk all dinners Reservations • Suggested Lounge Open 24 hours JO, 2241 N. Green Valley Pkwy. at Warm Springs in Abertons Shopping Center 454-4211 Suiprise your sweetie with a tin full of tasty treats! VALENTINE'S SWEETS IN A ASIN08.RESTAURANT 1741 N. Boulder Hwy. (South or Sunset) tleDderaoii,nv 89015 HPRD BRIEFS Trip to Universal Studios Henderson Parks and Recreation Department will sponsor a trip to Universal Studios. The $65 per person trip departs at 3 a.m. Feb. 21 and will return to Henderson at about 2:30 a.m. Feb. 22. Children ages 5-12 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Participants age 13 and older may travel unescorted if registered by a parent or guardian. The cost includes round-trip transportation and unlimited use of all park attractions. Buses will depart from the Kesterson Valley View Recreation Center, 500 Harris St., at 3 a.m., and from the Silver Springs Recreation Center, 1951 Silver Springs Parkway, at 3:30 a.m. Participants will take a tour of Universal Studios, the world's largest working fihn and television studio. It also offers more than 400 acres of rides, shows and behind-the-scenes secrets. : For information or registration, call the Kesterson Valley View Recreation Center, 566-2121, or the Silver Springs Recreation Cent:v435-3814. —--s;..^..„^ .'. Painting workshop announced The Henderson Parks and Recreation Department will sponsor a workshop, "Bob Ross Painting with Ease,''.from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 28, at the Silver Springs Recreation Center, 1951 Silver Springs Parkway. Participants will complete paintings during the one-day workshop. No experience or artistic talent is required, but participants must be aged 16 or older. The cost is $45. The Bob Ross style of painting originated with the popular PBS television show "The Joy of Painting," which introduced millions of aspiring artists to practice the wet-on-wet' technique. Ross developed the technique to help many more people quickly master painting but still maintain a finely crafted finished product. His technique proved effective in achieving its goals. Since its first airing in 1983, "The Joy of Painting" has aired continuously on PBS, outlasting its creator, Ross, who died in 1995. "The best part about wet-on-wet painting is the fact that a finished landscape can be produced in a very short time," said recreation coordinator Kurt Wilhams. "In fact, Ross produced a completed work in every one of his shows in just thirty minutes." Individualized instruction will be available during this workshop as needed. A supply Ust will be available at registration, and participants may purchase necessary tools and paints from the instructor for $20. Advanced registration is recommended. For more information, cedl 435-3814. Hunter's Safety Workshop set A two-part Hunter's Safety Workshop wiU be held from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 21-22 at the Silver Springs Recreation Center, 1951 Silver Springs Parkway. Open to participants aged 12 or older, the cost is $5. Sponsored by the Henderson Parks and Recreation Department and the Nevada Department of Wildlife, participants who successfiiUy complete the workshop yjlj earu a huRtiw-'s^afety card. To register for thewoj^sftsp^ or foritirn Water St. fc Boulder Hwy. The News covers your community GARAGE CABINETS $59300 INSTALLED $ Free Estimates $ Closet Organizers $ Pull-Out Shelves l^^ddln ptorate Cabinet; | *rf f^ lJfy Closet Design! 644-0109 4530 AndreiA/sSt.,SutieH luc. #0043082 • BOUNDED • INSURED V^ ^^^^^^^^^ Complete Dinner $2.99 SERVED WITH SOUP OR SALAD VEGETABLES & YOUR CHOICE OF POTATO Served 4:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m ran C/vai/ Lyaje 2800 S. Boulder Hwy. Henderson 294-5000 r/ Where the Freeway ends and the fun begins tt.^ m vfciii Poker Room open daily at 10am $17 Hold'em Shoot Out Everyday 10:30am Archaeo-Nevada Society to meet The Archaeo-Nevada Society will meet at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 12, at the Barrick Natural History Museum auditorium at the Harry Reid Center for Environmental Studies on the UNLV campus. Dr. Donald R Tuohy, curator of anthropology at the Nevada State Museum in Carson City, and Amy Dansie, anthropologist at the museum, will speak on "Current Research on Spirit Cave Mummy." For more information, call 5647912. STAY INFORMED. READ THE NEWS Dinner Outfet (4.49 Per Person Includes Solod Dor ThuR. 4pm-9pm Doily t3e21for-nesespeoois Sol.must seived 'f' Free Monthly Blackjack Tournment $2000"'^ replace : vr LJfAFFORDABLE SAFETY NEVADA SAFETY PLANS • • • FREE INSPECTIONS • • • • TRAINING • MANUELS • CONSULTING W.4KA7.v(;; Did you know all types oj business need to have a safety program & training. It's the law-flms are from ()-$7.tl()() pi-r violation. HENDERSON, NV. • (702) 558-7379 Friday Night Seofood Ouffet $6.99 per perbor 4pm 9pm Details at Caae WHAT A UlM^ii Cash Your Paycheck $$ WIN A MILLION! $.; Broiled NY Steak ,J.Qndwich $3.99 24 Hours ^USTDE 21 FOR THESE SPECIALS 458-8810 • 5255 Boulder Hwy... **'f'^3il com npv.iiia palace Q ^weetc^ PAYS MORE Feb. 13th 28th Hit the daily specified Four -Of-A-Kind & receive a 1 DO COIN BONUS on all video poker machines at... C • A • S • I • N • O 140 Water Street • Downtown Henderson (702)564-1811 $ 16.000.00 Guaranteed Cash Giveaway February 1 3th -16th *S8.000 guaranteed Per casino Bu\e sPosCas\nos BOYD GAMING HENDERSON Logo Wear! Mock Turtle Necks, Sweatshirts, >j|-| fit Silk Jackets! on specified video poker, slot & keno machine wins! Rules posted at r CAS! NO Boulder Highway, Souttfof Sunset (702)654-8100 ; o. "^

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Page 12 Henderson Home News Tuesday, February 10, 1998 Tuesday, February 10, 1998 Henderson Home News Page 13 BRIEFS Hospice in photos "Hospice: A Photographic Inquiry" opened Tuesday at the UNLV Barrick Museum, 4505 Maryland Parkway. The exhibition documents individual perspectives on the emotional and collaborative experience ofliving and workingin hospice environments. Till' exhibition was organized by the Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington U.C. and the National Hospice Foundation. It features nowly commissioned works and a documentary film. Nathan A(i^son Hospice will present a series of education progrnms and classes to help those in the medical field and the public gain a better understanding of the goals and benefits of the hospice'afpioach to health care. Galleryiiours are from 8 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. Monday through Friday andfrom 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday. Theexhibit will run through April 22. For more information, cal| Judith Hantin or HeathejJiantor at the Nationnl Adelson Hospice Foundation, 796-3133. ^ Sweet Adelines plan activities The Celebrity City Chorus chapter of Sweet Adelines International, spent last weekend at Bonnie Springs'Old Nevada, preparing for the regional xiimpetition to be held in late March in Bakersfield, Calif The chorus is being coached by the Chicago Fire Quartet, the 1996 international^ champions. Jim Arns, director of the Melodeers chorus, will also be directing them. Celebrity Clity Chorus meets fi-om 7 to 10 p.m. every Tuesday at the Henderson Senior Center, 27 E. Texas St. Membership is open to women interested in learning four-part barbershop harmony, for performance and competition. For more information call 223-7893. Newcomers to meet The Desert Newcomers Club will hold its monthly luncheon at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 18, at the Legacy Golf Club. Women who have lived in the area for fewer than three years are welcome. Call 454-6409 by Feb. 13 for reservations. Republican Women to meet Robert Tauber, who recently announced his candidacy for the Congressional seat now held by John Ensign, will speak at 10 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 14, at the Green Valley Republican Women's Club. A Henderson resident, Tauber is a management consultant and government waste expert. He was formerly with the Department of Defense. This wilD be one of his first public speeches since announcing his candidacy. Newly elected oflnoers for the GVRWC are: president, Nickie Diersen; 1st vice president, Corrie Craig; 2nd vice president, Johanna Kennedy; treasurer, Bea RatlifFe and secretary, Paula James. Area mothers open gift, craft shop Alice Seebold and Chris Smith will celebrate the grand opening of AC'S Personal Touch, Inc. on Valentine's day. The unique business, at 153-1 Water Street, across from The Eldorado Casino, specializes in all types of handmade gifts and crafts for all occasions. It offers shoppers a unique gift selection with a personal touch. The openingcelebration will begin at 10 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 14 and-will run throughout the day. Seebold and Smith welcome all to stop and see what is available to spruce up homes, businesses or to give as gifts to fiiends and loved ones. / Nurturing program offered Registration is under way for family education classes for parents and children. Two classes are offlered: "ABCs for Parents and Children ages 5 tol 1," and "The Nurturing Program for Parents and Children ages birth to 4." Classes begin Feb. 26 and meet fi-oni 6 to 8 p.m. each Thursday. Nurturing Programs are family education classes that focus on communication, developmental stages of children, decision making and problem solving, effective behavior management techniques, understanding and managing stress and handling anger. Children attend with their parents and are introduced, in a child's group, to the same topics along with fian activities. Classes are led by trained facilitators and are sponsored by the Family Strengthening Services of SAFEHouse. To register or for more information, call Melissa, 451-4203. $2.99 ^?^^^?^e^ + tax SERVED WITH SOCP OR SALAD VEGETABLES & YOUR CHOICE OF POTATO Served 4:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m ron 2800 S. Boulder Hwy. Henderson ?94-5000 &iail (Safe r^\ DEATHS For news tips call 564-1881 Kathleen Diane Wheeler Kathleen Diane Wheeler, 55, died Sunday, Feb. 1, 1998, in Henderson. Born Feb. 1, 1943, In Belle Plaine, lowa,\ she had been a resident of Henderson for four years. She IS survived by sons, Kenny Wheeler of Gatesville. Texas,la^d Brian Wheeler of Mesa, Ariz.; daughters, Kristine A. Hall of Henderson, and Stacy Secor of Apache Junction, Ariz.; .3 sister, Mahann Bunch of Belen, N.f^.; and four grandchildren. Services are private. A men)orial*service w\\ be held in oeVlona, Ariz. Arrangements were handled by I'vlcvada Funeral Service-NV Cremation or Burial Society-Las Vegas. William Burton McFerrin William Burton McFerrin, 77, died Tuesday. Feb 3, 1998, in Henderson. Born June 22, 1920, in Little Big Horn. Mont., he had been a resident of Henderson for 17 years. He was a shop storekeeper for Mare Island Naval Shipyard He was a veteran of the U.S. Army and was a prisoner of war during World War II; a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, the American Legion, Paradise Democratic Club of Las Vegas and a supporter of Paralyzed Vets. He was Bunkers Honored Veteran of the Year in 1997. Ho in survived by his wife Mary Jane of Henderson; daughter Carol Ann McFerrin Alexander of Las Vegas, and five grandchildren. Services will be held at 11 a.m. today at Bunkers Chapel and at 1:30 p.m at Southern Nevada Veterans' Memorial Cemetery in Boulder City. The family suggests donations to Southern Nevada Veterans' Memohal Cemetery and the W. McFerrin Memonal Fund c/o First Henderson United r^/lethodist Church. Arrangements were handled by Bunkerslvlortuary of Las Vegas. Richard H. Szydeiko Richard H. Szydeiko, 72, died Saturday, Feb. 7,1998, in Henderson. Born on Jan. 24,1926, in Chicago, III., he had been a resident of Henderson for six years. He was a retired office manager for Moody's Lunch Service in San Diego; and was a veteran of the U.S. Army, having served in World War II. He is survived by his wife, Irene of Henderson; son, Paul Szydeiko of Las Vegas; daughters. Susan Ryzdynski of Henderson, Linda Busser of Las Vegas, and Donna Szydeiko of San Diego; brothers, Bernard of San Marcos, Calif., Florian of Lake Zurich, III., and Henry of San Diego; sister, Lucy Evasick of Chula Vista, Calif.; and two grandchildren. Services are private. Private internment at Holy Cross Mausoleum in San Diego. The family suggests donations in his name be made to The Shrine of the Most Holy Redeemer, Las Vegas. Arrangements were handled by Palm Mortuary. Bernard S. Guzenske Bernard S. Guzenske, 80, died Sunday, Feb. 8, 1998, in Henderson. Born Sept. 10,1917, in Miners Mills, Penn., he had been a resident of Henderson for 17 years. He was a retired agent for the telephone industry, and sen/ed In the Army Transportation Service In the South Pacific during World War II. He was a member of Hope Lodge F & AM, Beckworth, Calif., a 50-year member of the Brotherhood Electrical Workers, a member of the Breakfaster Lions Club of Las Vegas, and a member of the Presbyterian Church In Henderson. He is survived by his wife, Rena of Henderson; son, Ernard of Palmdale, i Calif.; a sister, Frances Gray of Dalas, Penn., and a cousin, Florence Davis of Banning, Calif. Services will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday, at Henderson Presbyterian Church. Arrangements were handled by Bunkers of Las Vegas. DirtBilie%ATVi JrtSVii M Machine Service O • Dirt Bikes'AIVs* Jet Skis Bore b. Hone Service, Motor Rebuild Service, Parts & Accessories, FREE Consignment For Dirt Bikes Or ATVs (702)568-7433 570 W. Sunset RD.15 Henderson, NV 89015 Great Food! 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Page 12 Henderson Home News Tuesday, February 10, 1998 Tuesday, February 10, 1998 Henderson Home News Page 13 BRIEFS Hospice in photos "Hospice: A Photographic Inquiry" opened Tuesday at the UNLV Barrick Museum, 4505 Maryland Parkway. The exhibition documents individual perspectives on the emotional and collaborative experience ofliving and workingin hospice environments. Till' exhibition was organized by the Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington U.C. and the National Hospice Foundation. It features nowly commissioned works and a documentary film. Nathan A(i^son Hospice will present a series of education progrnms and classes to help those in the medical field and the public gain a better understanding of the goals and benefits of the hospice'afpioach to health care. Galleryiiours are from 8 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. Monday through Friday andfrom 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday. Theexhibit will run through April 22. For more information, cal| Judith Hantin or HeathejJiantor at the Nationnl Adelson Hospice Foundation, 796-3133. ^ Sweet Adelines plan activities The Celebrity City Chorus chapter of Sweet Adelines International, spent last weekend at Bonnie Springs'Old Nevada, preparing for the regional xiimpetition to be held in late March in Bakersfield, Calif The chorus is being coached by the Chicago Fire Quartet, the 1996 international^ champions. Jim Arns, director of the Melodeers chorus, will also be directing them. Celebrity Clity Chorus meets fi-om 7 to 10 p.m. every Tuesday at the Henderson Senior Center, 27 E. Texas St. Membership is open to women interested in learning four-part barbershop harmony, for performance and competition. For more information call 223-7893. Newcomers to meet The Desert Newcomers Club will hold its monthly luncheon at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 18, at the Legacy Golf Club. Women who have lived in the area for fewer than three years are welcome. Call 454-6409 by Feb. 13 for reservations. Republican Women to meet Robert Tauber, who recently announced his candidacy for the Congressional seat now held by John Ensign, will speak at 10 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 14, at the Green Valley Republican Women's Club. A Henderson resident, Tauber is a management consultant and government waste expert. He was formerly with the Department of Defense. This wilD be one of his first public speeches since announcing his candidacy. Newly elected oflnoers for the GVRWC are: president, Nickie Diersen; 1st vice president, Corrie Craig; 2nd vice president, Johanna Kennedy; treasurer, Bea RatlifFe and secretary, Paula James. Area mothers open gift, craft shop Alice Seebold and Chris Smith will celebrate the grand opening of AC'S Personal Touch, Inc. on Valentine's day. The unique business, at 153-1 Water Street, across from The Eldorado Casino, specializes in all types of handmade gifts and crafts for all occasions. It offers shoppers a unique gift selection with a personal touch. The openingcelebration will begin at 10 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 14 and-will run throughout the day. Seebold and Smith welcome all to stop and see what is available to spruce up homes, businesses or to give as gifts to fiiends and loved ones. / Nurturing program offered Registration is under way for family education classes for parents and children. Two classes are offlered: "ABCs for Parents and Children ages 5 tol 1," and "The Nurturing Program for Parents and Children ages birth to 4." Classes begin Feb. 26 and meet fi-oni 6 to 8 p.m. each Thursday. Nurturing Programs are family education classes that focus on communication, developmental stages of children, decision making and problem solving, effective behavior management techniques, understanding and managing stress and handling anger. Children attend with their parents and are introduced, in a child's group, to the same topics along with fian activities. Classes are led by trained facilitators and are sponsored by the Family Strengthening Services of SAFEHouse. To register or for more information, call Melissa, 451-4203. $2.99 ^?^^^?^e^ + tax SERVED WITH SOCP OR SALAD VEGETABLES & YOUR CHOICE OF POTATO Served 4:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m ron 2800 S. Boulder Hwy. Henderson ?94-5000 &iail (Safe r^\ DEATHS For news tips call 564-1881 Kathleen Diane Wheeler Kathleen Diane Wheeler, 55, died Sunday, Feb. 1, 1998, in Henderson. Born Feb. 1, 1943, In Belle Plaine, lowa,\ she had been a resident of Henderson for four years. She IS survived by sons, Kenny Wheeler of Gatesville. Texas,la^d Brian Wheeler of Mesa, Ariz.; daughters, Kristine A. Hall of Henderson, and Stacy Secor of Apache Junction, Ariz.; .3 sister, Mahann Bunch of Belen, N.f^.; and four grandchildren. Services are private. A men)orial*service w\\ be held in oeVlona, Ariz. Arrangements were handled by I'vlcvada Funeral Service-NV Cremation or Burial Society-Las Vegas. William Burton McFerrin William Burton McFerrin, 77, died Tuesday. Feb 3, 1998, in Henderson. Born June 22, 1920, in Little Big Horn. Mont., he had been a resident of Henderson for 17 years. He was a shop storekeeper for Mare Island Naval Shipyard He was a veteran of the U.S. Army and was a prisoner of war during World War II; a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, the American Legion, Paradise Democratic Club of Las Vegas and a supporter of Paralyzed Vets. He was Bunkers Honored Veteran of the Year in 1997. Ho in survived by his wife Mary Jane of Henderson; daughter Carol Ann McFerrin Alexander of Las Vegas, and five grandchildren. Services will be held at 11 a.m. today at Bunkers Chapel and at 1:30 p.m at Southern Nevada Veterans' Memorial Cemetery in Boulder City. The family suggests donations to Southern Nevada Veterans' Memohal Cemetery and the W. McFerrin Memonal Fund c/o First Henderson United r^/lethodist Church. Arrangements were handled by Bunkerslvlortuary of Las Vegas. Richard H. Szydeiko Richard H. Szydeiko, 72, died Saturday, Feb. 7,1998, in Henderson. Born on Jan. 24,1926, in Chicago, III., he had been a resident of Henderson for six years. He was a retired office manager for Moody's Lunch Service in San Diego; and was a veteran of the U.S. Army, having served in World War II. He is survived by his wife, Irene of Henderson; son, Paul Szydeiko of Las Vegas; daughters. Susan Ryzdynski of Henderson, Linda Busser of Las Vegas, and Donna Szydeiko of San Diego; brothers, Bernard of San Marcos, Calif., Florian of Lake Zurich, III., and Henry of San Diego; sister, Lucy Evasick of Chula Vista, Calif.; and two grandchildren. Services are private. Private internment at Holy Cross Mausoleum in San Diego. The family suggests donations in his name be made to The Shrine of the Most Holy Redeemer, Las Vegas. Arrangements were handled by Palm Mortuary. Bernard S. Guzenske Bernard S. Guzenske, 80, died Sunday, Feb. 8, 1998, in Henderson. Born Sept. 10,1917, in Miners Mills, Penn., he had been a resident of Henderson for 17 years. He was a retired agent for the telephone industry, and sen/ed In the Army Transportation Service In the South Pacific during World War II. He was a member of Hope Lodge F & AM, Beckworth, Calif., a 50-year member of the Brotherhood Electrical Workers, a member of the Breakfaster Lions Club of Las Vegas, and a member of the Presbyterian Church In Henderson. He is survived by his wife, Rena of Henderson; son, Ernard of Palmdale, i Calif.; a sister, Frances Gray of Dalas, Penn., and a cousin, Florence Davis of Banning, Calif. Services will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday, at Henderson Presbyterian Church. Arrangements were handled by Bunkers of Las Vegas. DirtBilie%ATVi JrtSVii M Machine Service O • Dirt Bikes'AIVs* Jet Skis Bore b. Hone Service, Motor Rebuild Service, Parts & Accessories, FREE Consignment For Dirt Bikes Or ATVs (702)568-7433 570 W. Sunset RD.15 Henderson, NV 89015 Great Food! Great Fun! Great Place! • Monday Fried Chicken w/vegetable, potato and rolls g Tuesday Choice Top Sirloin & ^^1 with potato and Thursday >'<>ll^ I Wednesday Turkey with dressing, mashed potatoes, gravy, etc. All Dinners Include Our World Famous "All You Can Eat" Salad Bar. Offer available 4-lOpm only. CASINO & RESTAURANT Boulder Huy., 1 Block South of Sunset Rd., Henderson .%') • {) 116 Lake Mead Christian Academ Would like to lliaiik the following businesses who have shown support for our buildin£( campaign for Lake Mead Christian Academy THE WORLD'S BEST TUBULAR SKYLIGHT SYSTEM The World's only Tubular Skylight that is ICBO Approved with No Modifications Required SPtCIAL.. • • • • W* Warrartlyl $225.00 ENERGY SAVER F^FHEE LEsUnulasj Ads light to any room, hall or bathroom. 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Page 14 Henderson HomffNews Tuesday, February 10, 1998 Wolves inch closer to soccer playoffs WRESTLING i • ^ From Paae 13 ^ By the News Staff It's only a formality. If everything goes as expected, the Basic soccer team will become the first-ever Wolves' girls soccer squad to make the post-season. Basic is currently is third place of the Sunrise Division vntha7-5-3 record. Silverado is currently in fourth place with a 7-6-3 record while Rancho, which Basic plays today, is in fifth place at 6-5-4 overall. Silverado's played its last regular game on Thursday, a 1-1 tie against Las Vegas. Basic greatly improved its chances with 20 win over Valley on Thursday at Basic High School. JesSicaMagrd^amedherfourth shutoutin five games as the Wolves' goalie. The Wolves only had three shots in the games, but was able to find the back of the net on two of them. "We just keep knocking on the door," Basic cpach Debra Jamison said. "They were pumped. They wanted this one ... they knew this was the game and they were ready." Rachel Ritohie scored her first goal of the season in the first half on an assist fi'om Crystal Chadwick to give Basic a 1-0 lead. Salena Franco scored the insurance goal in the second half on a pass from senior Aubrey Henderson. This year's Basic squad worked hard to reach its accomplishment. "They wanted to learn soccer," Jamison said. "My husband is our trainer and the kids were so thirsty for knowledge. Some of the practice sessions, they just worked their h^rts outs." SILVERADO Silverado finished up the regular season with a 1-1 tie to Las Vegas. Shawna Park scored the Skyhawks' goal. Silverado needs some help in today's Basic)^ Rancho game to make the playoffs. "If we have to crank it up in practice on, Wednesday, we will," Silverado coach Ki^]( Grimm said. "If not I wish the best to Basic and Rancho." Sports in the area i~^ Julie Whitehead Basic^^ie Whitehead honored Senior Juhe Whitehead was honored by Basic High School last Thursday on "National Girls and Women in Sports Day." Whitehead participates in four different sports at Basic. She is a third-year starter on the Lady Wolves varsity basketball squad, finished eighth this past fall in the state cross country meet and is one of the top divers in the state of Nevada. Whitehead also helped her Aqua Wolves freestyle relay team qualify for the state swimming meet last spring. "This is nice," said Whitehead of being honored. "I've worked hard all of my life and it's Cool to be recognized." GV sets sliding and hitting clinic The Green Valley High School varsity softball team will hold a Sliding & Hitting Chnic on Saturday, Feb. 21, from 10 a.m.-noon at the Green Valley High School gym. The clinic is open to girls age 8-12. Players should be dressed in sweats and sliding pants and a long sleeve shirt is a must. No cleats are al lowed and players must bring their own bat. Early registration fee is $12 and the fee is $ 14 on the day of the clinic. 'The fee for groups of seven or more is $10 per girl. Make checks payable to: GVHS and send to Cindi Davis, 460 Arroyo Grande, Henderson, Nv, 89014. For more information, call Davis at 799-0950, ext. 238 or Kim Sagers at 799-7890. Stars shine in softball tournament. The Vegas Stars 18-under ASA softball travel team compiled a 7-0 record in winning The Desert Classic Invitational Tournament the weekend recently. The team, comprised of area softball players, finished the winter season with a 32-17 record. Team members include: Jennifer Redding, Basic; Jodi Lupo, Gorman; Chrystal Stevens, Bonanza; Maigan Salamino, Courtney McCandless and Christina Conrad, Durango;NicoleTruax, Rachel Mohler, Green Valley; April Arata, Tiffany Finateri, Julia Yurek, Mindy Ogan, Amber Meuir and Kristen Toner, Silverado. —Compiled by the News Staff SILVERADO ROLLS Kevin Riordan (119) opened the scoring for the Skyhawks with a 10-2 decision and Silverado never looked back. Yonas Waldu (125) scored 822^ 7 technical fall decision to give Silverado a 15-4 lead. Waldu's victory was the fifth consecutive league match that he has scored in excess of 19 points. Brock LaFosto (135) scored a 71 decision followed by Mario Paladino's major decision of 18-6 in the 140-pound division. The Lafosto and Paladino victories moved the Skyhawks' lead to 2210. Mike Bartholow (152) scored an 11-1 major decision and then Las Vegas started to fight back with a technical decision and a decision to narrow the gap to 2621. Silverado then put the mateh away with a Tom Cass secondperiod pin at 189 followed by a Joel Menendez first-period pin at 275 to seal the league title for the Skyhawks. "We are together a'5 a team and each wrestler vinderstands the mif^rtance of individual effort and .how it contributes to the team," Silverado coach Bob Clements said. "We are becoming more focused for the zone tournament and our kids are anxious to participate in the upcoming finals. We hope to have them prepared to do their best." DirBiiA1V JflSkn i livln'OnThe^^ Machine Service ^ • Dirt Bikes •AWs*Jef Skis Bore & Hone Service, Motor Rebuild Service, Parts & Accessories, FREE Consignment For Dirt Bii\Hfa Exdting Offers -And Mirs WEE Just R>r S%piiig In! • COIN BONUS! •FREE MATCH PLAY! •FREE FOOD & DRINK! • A CHANCE TO WIN FREE RENT OR MORTGAGE! • AND MUCH MORE^—^ /d^\ BARLEY'S k. it —• \i^^^-> Kill i\\s\( III!' (iniiic' 458-HHBV VM K.LNI .^IIHSCI K.KKI. lIcnifc-rNtn, M • ivn\.ilhl;irU:i\

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Page 14 Henderson HomffNews Tuesday, February 10, 1998 Wolves inch closer to soccer playoffs WRESTLING i • ^ From Paae 13 ^ By the News Staff It's only a formality. If everything goes as expected, the Basic soccer team will become the first-ever Wolves' girls soccer squad to make the post-season. Basic is currently is third place of the Sunrise Division vntha7-5-3 record. Silverado is currently in fourth place with a 7-6-3 record while Rancho, which Basic plays today, is in fifth place at 6-5-4 overall. Silverado's played its last regular game on Thursday, a 1-1 tie against Las Vegas. Basic greatly improved its chances with 20 win over Valley on Thursday at Basic High School. JesSicaMagrd^amedherfourth shutoutin five games as the Wolves' goalie. The Wolves only had three shots in the games, but was able to find the back of the net on two of them. "We just keep knocking on the door," Basic cpach Debra Jamison said. "They were pumped. They wanted this one ... they knew this was the game and they were ready." Rachel Ritohie scored her first goal of the season in the first half on an assist fi'om Crystal Chadwick to give Basic a 1-0 lead. Salena Franco scored the insurance goal in the second half on a pass from senior Aubrey Henderson. This year's Basic squad worked hard to reach its accomplishment. "They wanted to learn soccer," Jamison said. "My husband is our trainer and the kids were so thirsty for knowledge. Some of the practice sessions, they just worked their h^rts outs." SILVERADO Silverado finished up the regular season with a 1-1 tie to Las Vegas. Shawna Park scored the Skyhawks' goal. Silverado needs some help in today's Basic)^ Rancho game to make the playoffs. "If we have to crank it up in practice on, Wednesday, we will," Silverado coach Ki^]( Grimm said. "If not I wish the best to Basic and Rancho." Sports in the area i~^ Julie Whitehead Basic^^ie Whitehead honored Senior Juhe Whitehead was honored by Basic High School last Thursday on "National Girls and Women in Sports Day." Whitehead participates in four different sports at Basic. She is a third-year starter on the Lady Wolves varsity basketball squad, finished eighth this past fall in the state cross country meet and is one of the top divers in the state of Nevada. Whitehead also helped her Aqua Wolves freestyle relay team qualify for the state swimming meet last spring. "This is nice," said Whitehead of being honored. "I've worked hard all of my life and it's Cool to be recognized." GV sets sliding and hitting clinic The Green Valley High School varsity softball team will hold a Sliding & Hitting Chnic on Saturday, Feb. 21, from 10 a.m.-noon at the Green Valley High School gym. The clinic is open to girls age 8-12. Players should be dressed in sweats and sliding pants and a long sleeve shirt is a must. No cleats are al lowed and players must bring their own bat. Early registration fee is $12 and the fee is $ 14 on the day of the clinic. 'The fee for groups of seven or more is $10 per girl. Make checks payable to: GVHS and send to Cindi Davis, 460 Arroyo Grande, Henderson, Nv, 89014. For more information, call Davis at 799-0950, ext. 238 or Kim Sagers at 799-7890. Stars shine in softball tournament. The Vegas Stars 18-under ASA softball travel team compiled a 7-0 record in winning The Desert Classic Invitational Tournament the weekend recently. The team, comprised of area softball players, finished the winter season with a 32-17 record. Team members include: Jennifer Redding, Basic; Jodi Lupo, Gorman; Chrystal Stevens, Bonanza; Maigan Salamino, Courtney McCandless and Christina Conrad, Durango;NicoleTruax, Rachel Mohler, Green Valley; April Arata, Tiffany Finateri, Julia Yurek, Mindy Ogan, Amber Meuir and Kristen Toner, Silverado. —Compiled by the News Staff SILVERADO ROLLS Kevin Riordan (119) opened the scoring for the Skyhawks with a 10-2 decision and Silverado never looked back. Yonas Waldu (125) scored 822^ 7 technical fall decision to give Silverado a 15-4 lead. Waldu's victory was the fifth consecutive league match that he has scored in excess of 19 points. Brock LaFosto (135) scored a 71 decision followed by Mario Paladino's major decision of 18-6 in the 140-pound division. The Lafosto and Paladino victories moved the Skyhawks' lead to 2210. Mike Bartholow (152) scored an 11-1 major decision and then Las Vegas started to fight back with a technical decision and a decision to narrow the gap to 2621. Silverado then put the mateh away with a Tom Cass secondperiod pin at 189 followed by a Joel Menendez first-period pin at 275 to seal the league title for the Skyhawks. "We are together a'5 a team and each wrestler vinderstands the mif^rtance of individual effort and .how it contributes to the team," Silverado coach Bob Clements said. "We are becoming more focused for the zone tournament and our kids are anxious to participate in the upcoming finals. We hope to have them prepared to do their best." DirBiiA1V JflSkn i livln'OnThe^^ Machine Service ^ • Dirt Bikes •AWs*Jef Skis Bore & Hone Service, Motor Rebuild Service, Parts & Accessories, FREE Consignment For Dirt Bii\Hfa Exdting Offers -And Mirs WEE Just R>r S%piiig In! • COIN BONUS! •FREE MATCH PLAY! •FREE FOOD & DRINK! • A CHANCE TO WIN FREE RENT OR MORTGAGE! • AND MUCH MORE^—^ /d^\ BARLEY'S k. it —• \i^^^-> Kill i\\s\( III!' (iniiic' 458-HHBV VM K.LNI .^IIHSCI K.KKI. lIcnifc-rNtn, M • ivn\.ilhl;irU:i\

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Wi Page 16 Henderson Home News Tuesday, February 10, 1998 Tuesday, February 10, 1998 Henderson Home News Page 17 TIME CAPSULE — THIS WEEK IN HENDERSON LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES The following is a list of the top news stories for this week in the history of Henderson. We're turning back the clock to rerjiember the special people and events that helped shape this city. For the Henderson residents who have been in town foi many of these happenings, here's to the merCiEe5b^or the Henderson residents who have |ust moved to town, this is what your city is all about Either way, enjoy. Februar>' 9-14' Last year People using the Henderson Municipal Court system will now have to pay an additional $10 administrative foe on sentencesimposedbyaMunicipalCourtJudge. The City Council approved the ordinance which is expected to ^'onerate about $800,000 in reveime over live years ... Sunset Station, Henderson's first casino resort, places the final beam on the top of thedeveiopment in a toppin^off ceremony. The.resort announces they will hire more than 2.000 ... Basic defeats Green Valley 31-29 in a classic wrestling match. 5 years ago (1993) A record number attend the 36th annual St. Rose Dominican Hospital Mardi Gras Ball at Caesars Palace. More than 450 attend the event with Bob and Betty Ritchey btnng crowned King and Queen ... Basic High School takes home the overall title at the Southern Nevada Model Bridge Building Contest for the third straight year. 10 years ago (1988) A pair of Henderson elementary schools may be forced into double sessions due to overcrowding. McDoniel and Hinman are two of a handful of schools in Clark County that may have to double up ... Eighthgrader Dusty Com well advances to the C^lark County School District's spelling contest after taking finst place in the zone competition. The spelling bee is aired on Channel 10. 20 years ago (1978) The Henderson City Council reports a 17% increase in enrollment for the spring semester. With late registration still to follow, the enroUnlient is up to 688 students ... Basic High School sends five wrestlers to the state championship meet, including Southem zone champions Mark Dominquez and Larry O'Dell. 40 years ago (1958) There is a chance that Henderson will have a modern hotel built in the middle of downtown. The owners of the Lucky Star have announced interest in building a project at the site of the old bowling alley, next to the Lucky Star club. — Ray Brewer Staff Writer GREAT FOOD ^ FUN & FRIENDS 990 Breakfast 7 Selections to Choose From! Daily from 11 pm 11 am ^^^^^^ LIJNLII IjUrrLl On^t^rLladBTr GIANT SHRIMP COCKTAIL ^^uRS^rau^v filled to the brim with 6oz. of shrimp & sauce $495 Prime Rib Includes ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT Salad Bar! Daily I roni 4 p.m. 10 p.m. A U R A M T Boulder Hwy., I Block South of Sunset Rd., Henderson 565-9116 Courtesy'Phoio NEW IMAGE INTERNATIONAL — A number of local directors from New Image International, a billion dollar network marketer, recently returned from a national conference in Orlando, Fla. From left are -Phil Wiesner, Cheryl Wiesner, Bill Bolletino, Merlene Anderson, Kimberly Bolletino, Buddy Flint, Maria Flint, Betty Larsen, Tess Quaglieria and Steve QuaglieFi^. Courtesy Photo FOOTBALL WINNER — Henderson resident Kenny White recently won the Ulitimate Brew pro Football Handicapping Contest at Barley's Casino and Brewing Co. He received a check forj$37,500, a trophy and a plaque in the sports book. From left are Barley's general manager Scott Garawitz, White and sport book director Buffy McKinney. I ONE MILLIONTH FEAST-GOER — Joe Stem recently became the one millionth guest at Sunset Station's Feast Around the Worid, just seven months after its opening. He received a log jacket and breakf astitJfh^o at the Feast for the next 52 weeks. He also received $100 of tokens to play Megabucks. Plaque marks victims Flamingo Glas.s and Engraving, 2505 Chandler Ave., #6, Las Vegas has proudly donated a memorial plaque commemorating indivi(luals whose lives were lost as a result of domestic violence. The plaque is on display in the Atrium of Family Court in Las Vegas, and contains the names, ages and dates each fatality occurred. ALL SPORTS ALL WEEKEND JUST FOR YOU MK nv ">?^B. Dalton Bookseller Ben Bridge Jeweler Carlfon Cards Champs Sports Eddie Bauer El Portal Luggage Foot Locker Garden Botanika Kay Jewelers Lady Foot Locker The Mole Hole Pro Image Sun Coast Motion PldufB Co, Tlwmas Kinkade Galle7 Uniquely Crystol YEAR MAKE VEH iDENTinCATION 1991 HON 1HGCB7258MA059257 19M AMC 2CCCK3852EB722458 19S8 HON JI]MCAS40JC024206 1979 CHE CCL449Z112841 1986 TOY JT2MX73E4GO0MW24 1987 TRA 1T0BS18D4HS092974 1986 MIT JA7FP24D8GP089197 1984 CHE 1G1AC69P7EJ156996 1988 MER 2MEPM33S7JB634454 1984 LIN 1MRBP97F4EY641726 1991 HON 1HGCB7169MA053705 1992 FOR 2FAPP36X6NB134829 1987 TOY JT2ST67L8H7094577 1983 CMC 1GTCT14B8D8502316 1987 FOR 1FABP31X7HK260466 1991 HYU KMHVD12J4MU0769S2 1981 YAM 3R9050426 1988 CHY 1C3BU6635JD213428 s 1995 ISU JACDJ58V4S7912103 1994 CHE 1G1JC54TXR7200281 1993 MER 1MEBP8934DG628S12 1984 FOR 1FTHX2513EKA39303 1988 HON JHMED3542JS01S529 1993 HON JHMEH9692PS001186 1984 FOR 1FMCU14S2EUC56820 1980 CHE 1G1AW10R2G6254562 1987 CHY 1C3BF66P9HX706762 1968 DOD DH43G8D315611 1983 OLD 1G3AW69Y6DM961909 1991 FOR 3FAPPI1J8MR153664 1988 TOY JT4RN55P5J0262223 1980 TOY RN42067049 1983 DATS JN1PB15S2DU049971 1982 MER 1MEBP7834CG628293 1993 FOR 1FALPS2U1PG301258 ^ 1983 MAZ JM2UCl2l4D0734422 1970 CHE 136370R209107 1971 ^ FOR F10HRK0997S TAG ST 826GPF MN NA 605CRN NY LEGAL N TTICE WALKER TO AING 653 W. Sunact Hendcnon, NCVMU 89015 (702) 565^220 LicPSC7023 NA 8S1GHY NY 18071L NV 3S0DFL NV 5S1HLK NV NA NA 664HCX NV 200FEN NV 814ENB AZ 484FYP NV 315GFZ NV 2VVM947CA NA 232GWR NV NA 386FMK NV %2FVK NV 730GBD NV NA NA 418HKF NV 3KWF635CA TX8393 IL NA NA 020GRX NV NONE NONE ^FKV NV NONE 391HFS NV REGISTERED MAHARAS, DONALD V 8843 HILLSWICK TRAIL BROOKLYN PARK, MN 55443 FERRELL, CAROLYN D 901 S BOin^DER HWY 43 HENDERSON, NV 89015 HEINTZELMAN, MICHAEL 802 RISING STAR DR HENDERSON> NV 89014 LEOPOLD POIRIER 610W54TH ANCHORAGE, AK 99502 NGUYEN, TRANG THI 624 SUNSET CLIFF LAS VEGAS, NV 89123 COCKS, JOHN H 3400GLENDALECR NO LAS VEGAS, NV 89030 FREILOX, VALERIE L PO BOX 30622 LAUGHLIN, NV 89029 REYES, RICKY PO BOX 448 MOAPA, NV 89025 FAVARA, FRANK 2362 GREEN VALLEY HENDERSON, NV 89014 GRIEGO, PATRICIA ANN 412 CLARK 7 LAS VEGAS, NV 89101 TUCKER, BENJAMIN E 4161 SEATTLE LAS VEGAS, NV 89121 BISHOP, AMY 1 1575 W WARM SPRINGS 1612 HENDERSON, NV 89014 JOSEPH GOODMAN PO BOX 8073 FORT MOHAVE, AZ 86427 BARKER, DON/OR {MARY 1356SPAGUE "HENDERSON, NV 89015 KEMP, EUNICE 829 VERMILLION DR HENDERSON, NV 89015 CASSIS, JANET LEE 701 N JUAREZ ST MONTEBELLO, CA 90640 GRUNDY,JOHNH 1901 AVOCADO COURT HENDERSON, NV 89015 TAFT, APRIL 4801 SPENCER ST 52 LAS VEGAS, NV 89119 KAYSER, ROBERT W 1410 RIM nRE CT HENDERSON, NV 89014 TAYLOR, BILL R 3375 E GLEN APT 5185 LAS VEGA, NV 89121 DALTON, LARRY 5836 OAK ST LAS VEGAS, NV 89120 PICKARD, JIM 125 SKYTOP DR HENDERSON, NV 89015 FULLAM, SUSAN 3526 RUTH DR LAS VEGAS, NV 89121 MONTOYA, MARIA T 1100 CENTER ST 426 HENDERSON, NV 89015 PARRISH, MICHAEL T 909 HIGH MOUNTAIN HENDERSON, NV 89015 BOLLMAN, MEGAN J 520 COLLEGE DR 911 HENDERSON, NV 89015 EZELL, DONALD W 5400 W GRANDO LAS VEGAS, NV 89103 HERNANDES, F.C. 4368 ROANRIDGE AVE LAS VEGAS, NV 89120 RAM USHA D 5421 K HARMON APT A4 LAS VEGAS, NV 89122 PHIL ALKAZOSS 21 E THATCHER DES PLAINES, IL 60016 STONBREAKER, LINDA S 486 SIERRA VISTA 30 LAS VEGAS, NV 89109 RAMOS CAROLINA 21011 ROSCOEBLVDAPT31 CANOtJA PARK. CA 91304 DAVID, WILLIAM F JR PO BOX 941 INDIAN SPRINGS, NV 89018 WISWELL. VIRGINIA 4407 W LAMADRK WAY NO LAS VEtiAS. NV 89031 HILTON, ROSS PO BOX 67 VIRGINIA CITY. NV 89440 HENDERSON, ROBERT R 12 A STAFFORD LAS VEGAS, NV 89115 BOOCKS, KEVIN C 4487 E LAKE MEAD 56 LAS VEGAS, NV 89115 SMITH, JAMES R JR 1720 HOWARD LAS VEGAS. NV 89104 LEGAL F&M BANK 1410 MADISON AVE MANKATO, MN 56002^248 SAME PIONEER CITIZENS BANK PO BOX 19260 LAS VEGAS, NV 89132 SAME SAME SEARS CONSUMER FIN COR 1698 GREENBRIAR LN BREA,CA 92622 SAME SAME SAME SAME MERCURY FINANCE CO 4850 W FLAMINGO 22 LAS VEGAS, NV 89103 HRST WESTERN BANK FWB 2700 W SAHARA LAS VEGAS, NV 89102 CAC 25505 W 12 MILE RD 3000 SOUTHFIELD, MI 48034 SAME SAME SAME HOUSEHOLD FINANCE CO 4750 E FLAMINGO LAS VECAS, NV 89121 RELIANCE ACEP CORP 4220 S MARYLAND 120A LAS VEGAS, NV 89119 NEVADA FEDERAL CU PO BOX 15400 LAS VEGAS, NV 89114 AEGIS AUTO FINANCE PO BOX 3240 ST JOSEPH, MO 64503 CLAUDE A WATTS 3212 N MANOR RD FLAGSTAFF, AZ 86004 PICKARD, JIM 1200INSUTRIALSP4 BOULDER CITY, NV 89005 SAME FIRST SECURITY BN OF UT PO BOX 30145 SALT LAKE CITY, UT 84130 SELECT ACCEPTANCE CP 2235 E FLAMINGO #A2 LAS VEGAS, NV 89119 SAME MERCURY FINANCE CO 745 N NELLIS E5 LAS VEGAS, NV 89110 SAME SAME FORD MOTOR CREDIT PO BOX 1157 ST ANN, MO 63074-5157 SAME SAME SAME KAYLOR, SABRA 2563 STRATFORD LAS VEGAS, NV 89121 WESTERN FIDELITY FUNDING 704 HARLAN ST 260 DENVER, CO 80212 S & S DISCOUNTERS 3695 LAS VEGAS BLV N LAS VEGAS. NV 89115 SAME SMITH, JAMES R JR 961 SINGLETREE DR LAS VEGAS. NV 8912.1 LEGAL NOTICE BEFORE THE PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION OF NEVADA NOTICE OF JOINT PETITION REGARDING MASTER RESALE AND INTERCONNECTION AGREEMENT AND PENDENCY OF HEARING On January 14, 1998, DakoU ServicM LimitMi ("Dakota") and Central Tclq>honc Company Nevada Division ((CentePO (CoUccUvdy called "Joint Petitioncn") filed a Joint petition with the Public utilities Commission of Nevada ("Commission") for approval of a Master Interconnection and Resale Agreement, pursuant to Section 252 of tiie 1996 Telecommunications Act This llUng was designated by the Commission as Docket No. 98-1015. Interested and affected persons may obtain a copy of the Master Resale and Interconnection Agreement from the Commission, and may file comments pertaining to this Agreement at dthtr of the Commission's offices on or before Friday, February 13. 1998. The parties to the Agreement may file reply comments and legal arguments on or before Monday. March 2, 1998. Any comments must be simultaneously served on the Commission, parties to the Agreement, the Regulatory Operations Staff, and the Attorney General's Bureau ofConramer Protection Utility Consumer Advocate. The Commission has Jurisdiction over this matter and legal authority to conduct proceedings pursuant to 47 U.S.C. Section 252(e), Nevada Revbed SUtutes ("NRS") 704.120 and 704.040, and the regutations pursuant thereto. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a public HEARING in the above matter will be held as foik>ws: Monday. March 9.1998 10:00 a.m. Hearing Room B Public UtUities Commission of Nevada 727 Fairview Drive Carson City, Nevada 89701 at which time interested persons may appear and be heard. Pursuant to NRS 703.320, if the Commission does not receive any adverse comments regarding the interconnection agreement or a request for hearing l>efore Wednesday, March 4, 1998, setting forth a purpose to be served by holding a hearing, the hearing will l>e canceled. Pursuant to 47 U.S.C. Section 252(e) and NRS 704.120, the Commission will receive evidence pertaining to the issues raised by the comments that are filed and any response of Joint Petitioners regarding any dispute over the terms and conditions of the Master Resale and Interconnection Agreement. Pursuant to Section 252(e)(2)(A) of the 1996 Telecommunications Act and the regulations adopted by the Commission in Docket No. 96-12001, the Commission may only reject a negotiated agreement, or any portion thereof, if it fmds that (I) the agreement discriminates against a telecommunications carrier not a party to the agreement; (ii) the implementation of such agreement is not consistent with the public interest, convenience, and necessity; or (iii) the agreement violates other requirements of the Commission, including, but not limited to, quality of service standards adopted by the Commission. Interested and affected meml>ers of the public may also comment at the hearing. A t the hearing, the Commission may also consider issues related to the provisions of 47 U.S.C. Sections 251 and 252, Chapters 703 and 704 of the NRS and Nevada Administrative Code ("NAC), may discuss public comments, and may make decisions on the procedural and substantive issues raised at the hearing. Thereafter, the Commission may vote to approve or disapprove, in whole or in part, Dakota and Centel's Master Interconnection and Resale Agreement filed in Docket No. 98-1015. The Master Interconnection and Resale Agreement is available for public viewing at the ofTices of the Commission: 727 Fairview Drive, Carson City, Nevada 89701 and the Sawyer Building, 555 East Washington Avenue, Suite 4500, Las Vegas, Nevada 89101. This notice has been posted at the county courthouses in Carson City, Reno, and Las Vegas. By the Commission, Is/ Jeanne Reynolds JEANNE REYNOLDS, Commission Secretary Dated: Carson City, Nevada 2/5/98 (SEAL) H—Feb. 10,1998 Monday March 16.1998 10:00 a.m. Hearing Room A Public Utilities Commission of Nevada 727 Fairview Drive Carson City, Nevada 89701 at which time interested persons may appear and lie heard. Pursuant to NRS 703.320, if the Commission docs not receive any adverse comments regarding the interconnection agreement ora request for hearing before Wednesday, March 11, 1998, setting forth a purpose to be served by holding a hearing, the hearing will be canceled. Pursuant to 47 U.S.C. Section 252(e) and NRS 704.120, the Commission will receive evidence pertaining to the issues raised by the comments that are filed and any response of Joint Petitioners regarding any dispute over the terms and conditions of the Interconnection Agreement. Pursuant to Section 252(e)(2)(A) of the 1996 Telecommunications Act and the regulations adopted by the Commission in Docket No. 95-12001, the Commission may only reject a negotiated agreement, or any portion thereof, if it finds that (i) the agreement discriminstes agaiast a tciecommunica{iofis carrier not a party to the agreement; (ii) the impl6iientation of such agreement is not consistent with the public interest, convenience, and necessity; or (iii) the agreement violates other requiremenLs of the Commission, including, but not limited to. quality of service standards adopted bj^he Commission. '^ Interested and a£ferted meml>ers of the public may also comment at the hearing. At the hearing, the Commission may also consider issues related to the provisions of 47 U.S.C. Sections 251 and 252, Chapters 703 and 704 of the NRS and Nevada Administrative Code ("NAC). may discuss public comments, and may make decisions on the procedural and sulMtantive issues raised at the hearing. Thereafler',' the Commission may vote to approve or disapprove, in whole or in part, Joint Petitioner's Ma.ster Resale Aereement The Master Resale Agreement is available for public viewing at the offices, of the Commission: 727 Fairview Drive, Carson City, Nevada 89701 and the Sawyer Building, 555 East Washington Avenue, Suite 4500. Las Vegas. Nevada 89101. This notice has t>een posted at the county courthouses in Carson City, Reno, and Las Vegas. By the Commission. Is/ Jeanne Reynolds JEANNE REYNOLDS; Commission Secretary Dated: Carson City, Nevada 2/5/98 (SEAL) H—Feb. 10,1998 AUCTION WILL BE HELD ON FEBRUARY 27,1998. AUCTION WILL BE HELD AT 10:00 AM AT 2398 SILVERWOLF DR. HENDERSON, NV. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO BID. H—FEB. 3,10,17.1998 LEGAL NOTICE BEFORE THE PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION OF NEVADA NOTICE OF JOINT PETITION REGARDIN(i MASTER RESALE A(;REEMENT AND PENDENCY OF HEARING On January 21. 1998, Comm South and Central Telephone Company Nevada Division ("Centel") (Collectively called "Joint Petitioners") filed a joint petition with the Public Utilities Commission of Nevada ("Commission") for approval of a Master Resale Agreement, pursuant to .Section 252 of the 19% Telecommunications Art. This filing was designated by the Commission as Docket No. 98-1020. Interested and affected persons may obtain a copy of the Master Resale Agreement from the Commission, and may file comments pertaining to this Agreement at either of the Commission's offices on or before FridaY. February 20. 1998. The parties to the Agreement may file reply comments and legal arguments on or Iwfore Monday. March 9 1998. Any comments must l>e simultaneously served on the Commission, pariies to the Agreement, the Regulatory Operations Staff, and the Attorney (ieneral's Bureau of Consumer Protection Utility Consumer Advocate. The Commission has jurisdiction over this matter and legal authority to conduct proceedings pursuant to 47 IIS.C. Section 252(el. Nevada Revised Statutes ("NR.S") 704.120 and 704.040, and the regulations pursuant thereto. NOTICE IS HEREBY (;iVKN that a public HEARING in the above matter will be held as follows: LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL & REGISTERED OWNER: Tony S. Calea.se. 217 Steelcr Dr., Las Vegas. NV 89128. BOAT: 1969 PortaCruiser. 26' NV6247KC Hull #69009. INTERESTED PARTIES: William Goldsline, Shari (;oldstine, 5037 Twist Cir.. North Las Vegas, NV 89031. LEGAL & REGISTERED OWNERS: Levester I.ove, Armigene Love, 301 King Ave., North Las Vegas. NV 89030. BOAT: 1966 Giastron, 23'06" NV8539KC Hull #116081. LEGAL & REtaSTERD OWNER: Levester Love. 301 King. Las Vegas, NV 89030. TRAILER: 1966 CON Boat Trailer. Lie #40436K. VIN #13920. The auction will be held on February 26th, 1998. at 8:00 AM at the Las Vegas Ra) Marina, at Las Vegas Ray, on Lake Mead. H—Feb. .1. 1(1. l"). I'CtH Legal Notice Legal Owner: Mr. Lee Stone 3700 E. Stewart Ave. Us Vegas. NV 89110 Registered Owner: Same as above: Descripton of Boat and Motor: Blue and White 24> 1968 Chrysler Boat with a 1992 150 H.P. Force Motor on a Shorelander Trailer #5080645 No State License Plates. Boat Lie: N.V.I 583 K.P. Hull #4910391 Trailer Lie. # N.A. Trailer Serial #5080645 Sale will be held on March 2. J998 at Aqua Marine 860 K. Lake Mead Dr. Henderson, Nv. 8901S. H—Feb. 10. 17, 24. 1998 Advertise in the News Jason J.Ashby Killer/ (n a dtunk iliivri (in .AKJ^IISI 17, J'J95 on Rmitf 5 in deal Mills, Marylmid. frtMdi dMt nt fnndi driit dranli 3 #\ GOOD FOR THE HEART, FEB. 14-16 Hey, sports fans, this Saturday through Monday Galleria at Sunset hosts players from the Los Vegas Thunder, Stars, and Block Jacks, plus the LA. Kings. Meet riders from the Las Vegas Mountain Bike Challenge, speeder skater and three-time Notional Champion, Heather Lacayo, and in-line skater from the Extreme Gomes, Jason Shank. And don't forget your sweetheart. With over 130 stores and specialty shops, Valentine shopping couldn't be easier On Saturday February 14th, be sure to look for our special new friend who will be on hand passing out free Valentine's Day gifts. Just for you. Only at Galleria at Sunset. 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Wi Page 16 Henderson Home News Tuesday, February 10, 1998 Tuesday, February 10, 1998 Henderson Home News Page 17 TIME CAPSULE — THIS WEEK IN HENDERSON LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES The following is a list of the top news stories for this week in the history of Henderson. We're turning back the clock to rerjiember the special people and events that helped shape this city. For the Henderson residents who have been in town foi many of these happenings, here's to the merCiEe5b^or the Henderson residents who have |ust moved to town, this is what your city is all about Either way, enjoy. Februar>' 9-14' Last year People using the Henderson Municipal Court system will now have to pay an additional $10 administrative foe on sentencesimposedbyaMunicipalCourtJudge. The City Council approved the ordinance which is expected to ^'onerate about $800,000 in reveime over live years ... Sunset Station, Henderson's first casino resort, places the final beam on the top of thedeveiopment in a toppin^off ceremony. The.resort announces they will hire more than 2.000 ... Basic defeats Green Valley 31-29 in a classic wrestling match. 5 years ago (1993) A record number attend the 36th annual St. Rose Dominican Hospital Mardi Gras Ball at Caesars Palace. More than 450 attend the event with Bob and Betty Ritchey btnng crowned King and Queen ... Basic High School takes home the overall title at the Southern Nevada Model Bridge Building Contest for the third straight year. 10 years ago (1988) A pair of Henderson elementary schools may be forced into double sessions due to overcrowding. McDoniel and Hinman are two of a handful of schools in Clark County that may have to double up ... Eighthgrader Dusty Com well advances to the C^lark County School District's spelling contest after taking finst place in the zone competition. The spelling bee is aired on Channel 10. 20 years ago (1978) The Henderson City Council reports a 17% increase in enrollment for the spring semester. With late registration still to follow, the enroUnlient is up to 688 students ... Basic High School sends five wrestlers to the state championship meet, including Southem zone champions Mark Dominquez and Larry O'Dell. 40 years ago (1958) There is a chance that Henderson will have a modern hotel built in the middle of downtown. The owners of the Lucky Star have announced interest in building a project at the site of the old bowling alley, next to the Lucky Star club. — Ray Brewer Staff Writer GREAT FOOD ^ FUN & FRIENDS 990 Breakfast 7 Selections to Choose From! Daily from 11 pm 11 am ^^^^^^ LIJNLII IjUrrLl On^t^rLladBTr GIANT SHRIMP COCKTAIL ^^uRS^rau^v filled to the brim with 6oz. of shrimp & sauce $495 Prime Rib Includes ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT Salad Bar! Daily I roni 4 p.m. 10 p.m. A U R A M T Boulder Hwy., I Block South of Sunset Rd., Henderson 565-9116 Courtesy'Phoio NEW IMAGE INTERNATIONAL — A number of local directors from New Image International, a billion dollar network marketer, recently returned from a national conference in Orlando, Fla. From left are -Phil Wiesner, Cheryl Wiesner, Bill Bolletino, Merlene Anderson, Kimberly Bolletino, Buddy Flint, Maria Flint, Betty Larsen, Tess Quaglieria and Steve QuaglieFi^. Courtesy Photo FOOTBALL WINNER — Henderson resident Kenny White recently won the Ulitimate Brew pro Football Handicapping Contest at Barley's Casino and Brewing Co. He received a check forj$37,500, a trophy and a plaque in the sports book. From left are Barley's general manager Scott Garawitz, White and sport book director Buffy McKinney. I ONE MILLIONTH FEAST-GOER — Joe Stem recently became the one millionth guest at Sunset Station's Feast Around the Worid, just seven months after its opening. He received a log jacket and breakf astitJfh^o at the Feast for the next 52 weeks. He also received $100 of tokens to play Megabucks. Plaque marks victims Flamingo Glas.s and Engraving, 2505 Chandler Ave., #6, Las Vegas has proudly donated a memorial plaque commemorating indivi(luals whose lives were lost as a result of domestic violence. The plaque is on display in the Atrium of Family Court in Las Vegas, and contains the names, ages and dates each fatality occurred. ALL SPORTS ALL WEEKEND JUST FOR YOU MK nv ">?^B. Dalton Bookseller Ben Bridge Jeweler Carlfon Cards Champs Sports Eddie Bauer El Portal Luggage Foot Locker Garden Botanika Kay Jewelers Lady Foot Locker The Mole Hole Pro Image Sun Coast Motion PldufB Co, Tlwmas Kinkade Galle7 Uniquely Crystol YEAR MAKE VEH iDENTinCATION 1991 HON 1HGCB7258MA059257 19M AMC 2CCCK3852EB722458 19S8 HON JI]MCAS40JC024206 1979 CHE CCL449Z112841 1986 TOY JT2MX73E4GO0MW24 1987 TRA 1T0BS18D4HS092974 1986 MIT JA7FP24D8GP089197 1984 CHE 1G1AC69P7EJ156996 1988 MER 2MEPM33S7JB634454 1984 LIN 1MRBP97F4EY641726 1991 HON 1HGCB7169MA053705 1992 FOR 2FAPP36X6NB134829 1987 TOY JT2ST67L8H7094577 1983 CMC 1GTCT14B8D8502316 1987 FOR 1FABP31X7HK260466 1991 HYU KMHVD12J4MU0769S2 1981 YAM 3R9050426 1988 CHY 1C3BU6635JD213428 s 1995 ISU JACDJ58V4S7912103 1994 CHE 1G1JC54TXR7200281 1993 MER 1MEBP8934DG628S12 1984 FOR 1FTHX2513EKA39303 1988 HON JHMED3542JS01S529 1993 HON JHMEH9692PS001186 1984 FOR 1FMCU14S2EUC56820 1980 CHE 1G1AW10R2G6254562 1987 CHY 1C3BF66P9HX706762 1968 DOD DH43G8D315611 1983 OLD 1G3AW69Y6DM961909 1991 FOR 3FAPPI1J8MR153664 1988 TOY JT4RN55P5J0262223 1980 TOY RN42067049 1983 DATS JN1PB15S2DU049971 1982 MER 1MEBP7834CG628293 1993 FOR 1FALPS2U1PG301258 ^ 1983 MAZ JM2UCl2l4D0734422 1970 CHE 136370R209107 1971 ^ FOR F10HRK0997S TAG ST 826GPF MN NA 605CRN NY LEGAL N TTICE WALKER TO AING 653 W. Sunact Hendcnon, NCVMU 89015 (702) 565^220 LicPSC7023 NA 8S1GHY NY 18071L NV 3S0DFL NV 5S1HLK NV NA NA 664HCX NV 200FEN NV 814ENB AZ 484FYP NV 315GFZ NV 2VVM947CA NA 232GWR NV NA 386FMK NV %2FVK NV 730GBD NV NA NA 418HKF NV 3KWF635CA TX8393 IL NA NA 020GRX NV NONE NONE ^FKV NV NONE 391HFS NV REGISTERED MAHARAS, DONALD V 8843 HILLSWICK TRAIL BROOKLYN PARK, MN 55443 FERRELL, CAROLYN D 901 S BOin^DER HWY 43 HENDERSON, NV 89015 HEINTZELMAN, MICHAEL 802 RISING STAR DR HENDERSON> NV 89014 LEOPOLD POIRIER 610W54TH ANCHORAGE, AK 99502 NGUYEN, TRANG THI 624 SUNSET CLIFF LAS VEGAS, NV 89123 COCKS, JOHN H 3400GLENDALECR NO LAS VEGAS, NV 89030 FREILOX, VALERIE L PO BOX 30622 LAUGHLIN, NV 89029 REYES, RICKY PO BOX 448 MOAPA, NV 89025 FAVARA, FRANK 2362 GREEN VALLEY HENDERSON, NV 89014 GRIEGO, PATRICIA ANN 412 CLARK 7 LAS VEGAS, NV 89101 TUCKER, BENJAMIN E 4161 SEATTLE LAS VEGAS, NV 89121 BISHOP, AMY 1 1575 W WARM SPRINGS 1612 HENDERSON, NV 89014 JOSEPH GOODMAN PO BOX 8073 FORT MOHAVE, AZ 86427 BARKER, DON/OR {MARY 1356SPAGUE "HENDERSON, NV 89015 KEMP, EUNICE 829 VERMILLION DR HENDERSON, NV 89015 CASSIS, JANET LEE 701 N JUAREZ ST MONTEBELLO, CA 90640 GRUNDY,JOHNH 1901 AVOCADO COURT HENDERSON, NV 89015 TAFT, APRIL 4801 SPENCER ST 52 LAS VEGAS, NV 89119 KAYSER, ROBERT W 1410 RIM nRE CT HENDERSON, NV 89014 TAYLOR, BILL R 3375 E GLEN APT 5185 LAS VEGA, NV 89121 DALTON, LARRY 5836 OAK ST LAS VEGAS, NV 89120 PICKARD, JIM 125 SKYTOP DR HENDERSON, NV 89015 FULLAM, SUSAN 3526 RUTH DR LAS VEGAS, NV 89121 MONTOYA, MARIA T 1100 CENTER ST 426 HENDERSON, NV 89015 PARRISH, MICHAEL T 909 HIGH MOUNTAIN HENDERSON, NV 89015 BOLLMAN, MEGAN J 520 COLLEGE DR 911 HENDERSON, NV 89015 EZELL, DONALD W 5400 W GRANDO LAS VEGAS, NV 89103 HERNANDES, F.C. 4368 ROANRIDGE AVE LAS VEGAS, NV 89120 RAM USHA D 5421 K HARMON APT A4 LAS VEGAS, NV 89122 PHIL ALKAZOSS 21 E THATCHER DES PLAINES, IL 60016 STONBREAKER, LINDA S 486 SIERRA VISTA 30 LAS VEGAS, NV 89109 RAMOS CAROLINA 21011 ROSCOEBLVDAPT31 CANOtJA PARK. CA 91304 DAVID, WILLIAM F JR PO BOX 941 INDIAN SPRINGS, NV 89018 WISWELL. VIRGINIA 4407 W LAMADRK WAY NO LAS VEtiAS. NV 89031 HILTON, ROSS PO BOX 67 VIRGINIA CITY. NV 89440 HENDERSON, ROBERT R 12 A STAFFORD LAS VEGAS, NV 89115 BOOCKS, KEVIN C 4487 E LAKE MEAD 56 LAS VEGAS, NV 89115 SMITH, JAMES R JR 1720 HOWARD LAS VEGAS. NV 89104 LEGAL F&M BANK 1410 MADISON AVE MANKATO, MN 56002^248 SAME PIONEER CITIZENS BANK PO BOX 19260 LAS VEGAS, NV 89132 SAME SAME SEARS CONSUMER FIN COR 1698 GREENBRIAR LN BREA,CA 92622 SAME SAME SAME SAME MERCURY FINANCE CO 4850 W FLAMINGO 22 LAS VEGAS, NV 89103 HRST WESTERN BANK FWB 2700 W SAHARA LAS VEGAS, NV 89102 CAC 25505 W 12 MILE RD 3000 SOUTHFIELD, MI 48034 SAME SAME SAME HOUSEHOLD FINANCE CO 4750 E FLAMINGO LAS VECAS, NV 89121 RELIANCE ACEP CORP 4220 S MARYLAND 120A LAS VEGAS, NV 89119 NEVADA FEDERAL CU PO BOX 15400 LAS VEGAS, NV 89114 AEGIS AUTO FINANCE PO BOX 3240 ST JOSEPH, MO 64503 CLAUDE A WATTS 3212 N MANOR RD FLAGSTAFF, AZ 86004 PICKARD, JIM 1200INSUTRIALSP4 BOULDER CITY, NV 89005 SAME FIRST SECURITY BN OF UT PO BOX 30145 SALT LAKE CITY, UT 84130 SELECT ACCEPTANCE CP 2235 E FLAMINGO #A2 LAS VEGAS, NV 89119 SAME MERCURY FINANCE CO 745 N NELLIS E5 LAS VEGAS, NV 89110 SAME SAME FORD MOTOR CREDIT PO BOX 1157 ST ANN, MO 63074-5157 SAME SAME SAME KAYLOR, SABRA 2563 STRATFORD LAS VEGAS, NV 89121 WESTERN FIDELITY FUNDING 704 HARLAN ST 260 DENVER, CO 80212 S & S DISCOUNTERS 3695 LAS VEGAS BLV N LAS VEGAS. NV 89115 SAME SMITH, JAMES R JR 961 SINGLETREE DR LAS VEGAS. NV 8912.1 LEGAL NOTICE BEFORE THE PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION OF NEVADA NOTICE OF JOINT PETITION REGARDING MASTER RESALE AND INTERCONNECTION AGREEMENT AND PENDENCY OF HEARING On January 14, 1998, DakoU ServicM LimitMi ("Dakota") and Central Tclq>honc Company Nevada Division ((CentePO (CoUccUvdy called "Joint Petitioncn") filed a Joint petition with the Public utilities Commission of Nevada ("Commission") for approval of a Master Interconnection and Resale Agreement, pursuant to Section 252 of tiie 1996 Telecommunications Act This llUng was designated by the Commission as Docket No. 98-1015. Interested and affected persons may obtain a copy of the Master Resale and Interconnection Agreement from the Commission, and may file comments pertaining to this Agreement at dthtr of the Commission's offices on or before Friday, February 13. 1998. The parties to the Agreement may file reply comments and legal arguments on or before Monday. March 2, 1998. Any comments must be simultaneously served on the Commission, parties to the Agreement, the Regulatory Operations Staff, and the Attorney General's Bureau ofConramer Protection Utility Consumer Advocate. The Commission has Jurisdiction over this matter and legal authority to conduct proceedings pursuant to 47 U.S.C. Section 252(e), Nevada Revbed SUtutes ("NRS") 704.120 and 704.040, and the regutations pursuant thereto. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a public HEARING in the above matter will be held as foik>ws: Monday. March 9.1998 10:00 a.m. Hearing Room B Public UtUities Commission of Nevada 727 Fairview Drive Carson City, Nevada 89701 at which time interested persons may appear and be heard. Pursuant to NRS 703.320, if the Commission does not receive any adverse comments regarding the interconnection agreement or a request for hearing l>efore Wednesday, March 4, 1998, setting forth a purpose to be served by holding a hearing, the hearing will l>e canceled. Pursuant to 47 U.S.C. Section 252(e) and NRS 704.120, the Commission will receive evidence pertaining to the issues raised by the comments that are filed and any response of Joint Petitioners regarding any dispute over the terms and conditions of the Master Resale and Interconnection Agreement. Pursuant to Section 252(e)(2)(A) of the 1996 Telecommunications Act and the regulations adopted by the Commission in Docket No. 96-12001, the Commission may only reject a negotiated agreement, or any portion thereof, if it fmds that (I) the agreement discriminates against a telecommunications carrier not a party to the agreement; (ii) the implementation of such agreement is not consistent with the public interest, convenience, and necessity; or (iii) the agreement violates other requirements of the Commission, including, but not limited to, quality of service standards adopted by the Commission. Interested and affected meml>ers of the public may also comment at the hearing. A t the hearing, the Commission may also consider issues related to the provisions of 47 U.S.C. Sections 251 and 252, Chapters 703 and 704 of the NRS and Nevada Administrative Code ("NAC), may discuss public comments, and may make decisions on the procedural and substantive issues raised at the hearing. Thereafter, the Commission may vote to approve or disapprove, in whole or in part, Dakota and Centel's Master Interconnection and Resale Agreement filed in Docket No. 98-1015. The Master Interconnection and Resale Agreement is available for public viewing at the ofTices of the Commission: 727 Fairview Drive, Carson City, Nevada 89701 and the Sawyer Building, 555 East Washington Avenue, Suite 4500, Las Vegas, Nevada 89101. This notice has been posted at the county courthouses in Carson City, Reno, and Las Vegas. By the Commission, Is/ Jeanne Reynolds JEANNE REYNOLDS, Commission Secretary Dated: Carson City, Nevada 2/5/98 (SEAL) H—Feb. 10,1998 Monday March 16.1998 10:00 a.m. Hearing Room A Public Utilities Commission of Nevada 727 Fairview Drive Carson City, Nevada 89701 at which time interested persons may appear and lie heard. Pursuant to NRS 703.320, if the Commission docs not receive any adverse comments regarding the interconnection agreement ora request for hearing before Wednesday, March 11, 1998, setting forth a purpose to be served by holding a hearing, the hearing will be canceled. Pursuant to 47 U.S.C. Section 252(e) and NRS 704.120, the Commission will receive evidence pertaining to the issues raised by the comments that are filed and any response of Joint Petitioners regarding any dispute over the terms and conditions of the Interconnection Agreement. Pursuant to Section 252(e)(2)(A) of the 1996 Telecommunications Act and the regulations adopted by the Commission in Docket No. 95-12001, the Commission may only reject a negotiated agreement, or any portion thereof, if it finds that (i) the agreement discriminstes agaiast a tciecommunica{iofis carrier not a party to the agreement; (ii) the impl6iientation of such agreement is not consistent with the public interest, convenience, and necessity; or (iii) the agreement violates other requiremenLs of the Commission, including, but not limited to. quality of service standards adopted bj^he Commission. '^ Interested and a£ferted meml>ers of the public may also comment at the hearing. At the hearing, the Commission may also consider issues related to the provisions of 47 U.S.C. Sections 251 and 252, Chapters 703 and 704 of the NRS and Nevada Administrative Code ("NAC). may discuss public comments, and may make decisions on the procedural and sulMtantive issues raised at the hearing. Thereafler',' the Commission may vote to approve or disapprove, in whole or in part, Joint Petitioner's Ma.ster Resale Aereement The Master Resale Agreement is available for public viewing at the offices, of the Commission: 727 Fairview Drive, Carson City, Nevada 89701 and the Sawyer Building, 555 East Washington Avenue, Suite 4500. Las Vegas. Nevada 89101. This notice has t>een posted at the county courthouses in Carson City, Reno, and Las Vegas. By the Commission. Is/ Jeanne Reynolds JEANNE REYNOLDS; Commission Secretary Dated: Carson City, Nevada 2/5/98 (SEAL) H—Feb. 10,1998 AUCTION WILL BE HELD ON FEBRUARY 27,1998. AUCTION WILL BE HELD AT 10:00 AM AT 2398 SILVERWOLF DR. HENDERSON, NV. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO BID. H—FEB. 3,10,17.1998 LEGAL NOTICE BEFORE THE PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION OF NEVADA NOTICE OF JOINT PETITION REGARDIN(i MASTER RESALE A(;REEMENT AND PENDENCY OF HEARING On January 21. 1998, Comm South and Central Telephone Company Nevada Division ("Centel") (Collectively called "Joint Petitioners") filed a joint petition with the Public Utilities Commission of Nevada ("Commission") for approval of a Master Resale Agreement, pursuant to .Section 252 of the 19% Telecommunications Art. This filing was designated by the Commission as Docket No. 98-1020. Interested and affected persons may obtain a copy of the Master Resale Agreement from the Commission, and may file comments pertaining to this Agreement at either of the Commission's offices on or before FridaY. February 20. 1998. The parties to the Agreement may file reply comments and legal arguments on or Iwfore Monday. March 9 1998. Any comments must l>e simultaneously served on the Commission, pariies to the Agreement, the Regulatory Operations Staff, and the Attorney (ieneral's Bureau of Consumer Protection Utility Consumer Advocate. The Commission has jurisdiction over this matter and legal authority to conduct proceedings pursuant to 47 IIS.C. Section 252(el. Nevada Revised Statutes ("NR.S") 704.120 and 704.040, and the regulations pursuant thereto. NOTICE IS HEREBY (;iVKN that a public HEARING in the above matter will be held as follows: LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL & REGISTERED OWNER: Tony S. Calea.se. 217 Steelcr Dr., Las Vegas. NV 89128. BOAT: 1969 PortaCruiser. 26' NV6247KC Hull #69009. INTERESTED PARTIES: William Goldsline, Shari (;oldstine, 5037 Twist Cir.. North Las Vegas, NV 89031. LEGAL & REGISTERED OWNERS: Levester I.ove, Armigene Love, 301 King Ave., North Las Vegas. NV 89030. BOAT: 1966 Giastron, 23'06" NV8539KC Hull #116081. LEGAL & REtaSTERD OWNER: Levester Love. 301 King. Las Vegas, NV 89030. TRAILER: 1966 CON Boat Trailer. Lie #40436K. VIN #13920. The auction will be held on February 26th, 1998. at 8:00 AM at the Las Vegas Ra) Marina, at Las Vegas Ray, on Lake Mead. H—Feb. .1. 1(1. l"). I'CtH Legal Notice Legal Owner: Mr. Lee Stone 3700 E. Stewart Ave. Us Vegas. NV 89110 Registered Owner: Same as above: Descripton of Boat and Motor: Blue and White 24> 1968 Chrysler Boat with a 1992 150 H.P. Force Motor on a Shorelander Trailer #5080645 No State License Plates. Boat Lie: N.V.I 583 K.P. Hull #4910391 Trailer Lie. # N.A. Trailer Serial #5080645 Sale will be held on March 2. J998 at Aqua Marine 860 K. Lake Mead Dr. Henderson, Nv. 8901S. H—Feb. 10. 17, 24. 1998 Advertise in the News Jason J.Ashby Killer/ (n a dtunk iliivri (in .AKJ^IISI 17, J'J95 on Rmitf 5 in deal Mills, Marylmid. frtMdi dMt nt fnndi driit dranli 3 #\ GOOD FOR THE HEART, FEB. 14-16 Hey, sports fans, this Saturday through Monday Galleria at Sunset hosts players from the Los Vegas Thunder, Stars, and Block Jacks, plus the LA. Kings. Meet riders from the Las Vegas Mountain Bike Challenge, speeder skater and three-time Notional Champion, Heather Lacayo, and in-line skater from the Extreme Gomes, Jason Shank. And don't forget your sweetheart. With over 130 stores and specialty shops, Valentine shopping couldn't be easier On Saturday February 14th, be sure to look for our special new friend who will be on hand passing out free Valentine's Day gifts. Just for you. Only at Galleria at Sunset. SUNSET RD tS Over 130 stores or>d speciaify shops, including Dillard's, Robmsons'May, JCPenney ond AAervyn's Coliiomo Mon -Sol I0om-9pm Sun llam-6pm www goHenaotsunsel com 702 4340202 RATES BOXED ADS $8.00 par odumn IncH par IMU* UPT03UNES (approx. 23 characters per line). 45 EA. ADOmONAL UNE. (Oat llMK pick-ap rate is $3.00 up le 3 Hm aad 1S( per • ddttlami line) (Green Valley Plus Pidi-up Rates Boxed ad = $3 00 pc.i per issue Llneads = $300periine-uplo3 Nnes per issue. Cash BilM Rate Rate SlinM $6.50 '$6.85 4linM $8J)5 '$7.30 SllnM $7.40 -$7.75 SlinM.. $7.85 '$8.20 7 llnM $8 JO '$8.65 SllnM $8.75 '$9.10 9linM $9.20 '$9.55 10 lints $9.65 '$10.00 'PU ftiKvi MiA Bn* MK( aOv nW MV o CMH nMDfiB)rr OMr CLASSIFIED Published Tuesdays, Thursdays NOW ACCEPTINt; PLEASE READ Y(DUR AD FOR ERRORS the first day it appears. H B.C Publications, Inc assumes no responsibility AFTER THE FIRST INSERTION, nor lof errors not affecting the value of the ad. Ail clainns lor settlernent adjustn:ients must be made within 12 days after expiration ol ad Henderson Home News 564-1881 • 435-7700 Hours: Monday thru Friday 8 4 Boulder City News 293-2302 Hours: Monday ttiru Friday 8 4 DEADLINES Henderson Home News Tuesday's Issue 4:00 P.M. FRIDAY Henderson Home News • Boulder City News ThurscJay's Issue 12:00 NOON TUESDAY 'PREPAYMENTS: Yard. Garage, and Moving Sales require cash m advance (Exception subscribersi Out-of-town and out-ol-state also require prepayment PROFESSIONAL SERVICES umm H•SU I S(I VOTED BEST MALIIN IAS VEGAS i BY REVIEW XXiRNAL READERS : NOTICE TO READERS By law, companiM that contract to locally mova your houaahold gooda muat hold a cartiflcata from ttM Navada Public Sarvica Comnilaaion. Thia raquiramant anauraa that tha company carrlaa propar inauranca, complioa with 0ovommant aataty •tandarda and ehargaa only approvad rataa. Navada law aiao raqukaa thaaa "full aarvica" nwvara to print thairPSC numbor on thair trucka In thatr advartlalng. For PROFESSIONAL SERVICES mora Information, tha PSC can ba raachad at 486-2600. Chaptar 824 of Novada Ravlaad Statutaa makaa H unlawful for any paraon to angaga In tha tMMlnaaa or act In ttia capacity of a contractor within thia Stata wHhout having a Stata Contractor'a Uoanaa. All advartlalng by a Hcanaad contractor ahall includa tha llcanaa numbar. Should a qua a t t on artaa ragarding llcanaad contractora, contact tha Navada Stata Board Of Contractora, 486-1100. PROFESSIONAL SERVICES FREE INTERNET inforinationforyourbusiness. Web Sites, Home Pages andClassified. In ttie best Mall. Call or Email (909) 276-7787 or wvrtv.73240 .655 0 CompuServe.com. PS21226 Classified Can Woric For You Last minute movers! We move resid. & comm. ANYWHERE. Load/Unload your rental truck. 565-9675/BEEP 5990652. PS33573 ************* Eltctrk Powtr Dersgulatedl How would you lik to uv 20% on your powwWH? Formors Infonnatiof) call 1-8(XK573^236, No. 1430 ************* PROFESSIONAL SERVICES CPA, 20+ yrs. exper. w/ personal, corporate taxes & yearly work, 436-6074. PS33596 NEED A NANNY? My home or yours, infants. Toddlers wek:ome. Ref. avail. Fran 696-0257. PS33772 Electrician win do ceiling fans, 220 lines, spas, acf ditions, patio covers. Reasonable, call 2227072/451-6655. PS33795 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES LICENSED HANDY MAN Coaqilato home rapain Rick at S64-74S8 or pager 667-7852 PERSONAL TOUCH HOU8ECLEANINO Tired of housewofV! Then M nw do your cleaning for you. CM Nncyi SSTVSSI VONDELL BROTHERS Palming PraMut* Waahing FREE EcUmatM Sr. Dtacount* 694-0483 R&G Landscaping Liwn Miinttntnca SprinUart A Rwwvation Rocky&Grtg 558-7346 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES PIER'S END CREATIONS Affordable Web Design Services •Craatlva Graphic Daalgna HMarliatlng ARaaaaroh •Digital Photography •Seanning Surfaoaa 558-7785 SAVE MONEY ON LONG DISTANCE CALLING 10 a minule 24 hrs./day 7 days a wk Best quality, lowest price. Call Mitcti 878-6896 Traah Ramoval Oaraga Claan up Light landacapa Traa trinwnlng. Raaaonabia rataa. RallaMa, Dapandabia 37S4I0$-Cail ft 43^4321 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES MASTER CRAFTSMAN Anything in WOOD Countertops Computer Centers 565^466 pager 661-6250 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES PROFESSIONAL SERVICES NELSON'S HOME Rr'>AIR Painting, Tmxturlng, C0ramk Tlh, C m p^n b y LowprteetFREE estimates MU41S*4tl47M n 00 ?2^ GENE'S CARPET CLEANING and WINDOW CLEANING Res. & Comm. 564-8055 No Time tof your Lawn^ Specializing In nil phnias o* Landscape malnl., Irrigation t renovation rock/eod, okVnew Michaels 453-8252 ^ A.CAMCO PLUMBING CO. Bondrtilns •LICI0034S17 .COMPLETE PLUMBINC ) SERVICE RESIOCNTUL COMMERCIAL • Wilef HMten. C*s or dftlnt • Sinks Ittki • Ofipi • Dispovils inKtts fiitures • Swf ii Oriin Clenng ^?'tat teofcaq'((pain 5896-8815 VAUiV WIM SCRVKE lu Happy Valentine^ Day from (The Shutterbugs Candx; Store) Give Your Sweetheart Memories. APS or 35mm Cameras Camera Kits Available from $39"^ 'famri AHHI'(acid Irrrl 2655 Windmill ParUay 269 7699 We wpeak "Service" Fluently col

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Wi Page 18 Henderson Home News Tuesday, February 10, 1998 VTuesday, February 10,1998 Henderson Home News Page 19 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES PROFESSIONAL SERVICES PROFESSIONAL SERVICES **Palntmg, Painting** Interior/Exterior We do It the old fashion way We do It right Low Low Prices • FREE ESTIMATES Call 434-1979 ^VTHE CAVANAUGH'S y^J PAINTING s VtjrtutfMi*, y^m^Vi.:!*^' -Mifk^MiMMtfkUOs^i'VjMfl • in A Dccalur) Imported Marble $298 (12x12)" Imported Granite $399 (12x12) I Open 7 Days! ITfjFi 'ff^ OB Ha Wardrobe closets, Ig. white one, $50. 1 med. walnut. $45. Motorized scooter cart, for tiandicapped, w/new batteries & battery charger, $200. 565-9681, 425 Longtree HD. Pis. call first. MI33700 For sale 16.5 cubic ft. while Whiripool refrig., 18 mos. old, $200 FIRM, 293-7335. MI33695 RCA 27" TV-oak swivel console, tovrmallde mink stroller, exec. cond. Best offer, 564-5048 Full selection of Roor Tile, Marble, Granite, Slate, Counter-Top Tiles, Bathroom & Patio Tile 2827 Green Valley Pkwy. at Sunset Road Every day Loi^ Prices For all your Business Printing Needs • l-et(erhead • Business Cards • Envelopes • Mote Parts • • Art Design Layout • riCR Torms • Coupons anrt Morel WALK Sunday March 29 1998 Join Our Team &Walk FOR MORE INFORMATION Ken Tomory Volunteer Programs Coordinator Anne Mulford Director of Development We clean your garage & dispose of unwanted clutter. Call Dave for FREE ESTIMATES, 565-5668. PS32840 CLASSIFIED AD MM 4 p.m. Friday for Tuesday issue Noon Tuesday for Panorama CREATIVE MEMORIES Scrapbook supplies at cost. Stock up nowl Call 434^149. PETS/ANIMALS STANDARD POODLE PUPS, 8 wks.. white, shots, groomed, microchipped, ready to go, 263-7988. PERFECT FOR YOUR VALENTINE SWEETHEART. PA33834 Dogs, cats, birds, iguanas, ready for adoption. Call 361-2484. Open 7 days a week, daylight 'til dartc PA33648 GOATS FOR SALE Babies, Nannies & Billies. $55-$75. For more info., call 293-1307. PA33737 Spots for sale, dog included. Dalmatian puppies $125 purebred no papers. Call 565-6521 Iv. msg. PA33783 GARAGE SALES HD HUGE MOVING SALE Furn. to knickknacks, 8-4, Fri., Sat. & Sun., 2/13, 14,15. 1007 Driftwood Gt. GS33766 PHONE THIS IS A PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT M IM AlOS • I Hnata 2300 South Ryidw'Jtl Lai V*u Ndit9t02 7SZ/3t2-Z32S 702/366-1609 fii 9l(WttOwni NudMii Ptui Lai V*9ii Nv)aM106 70MM4177 702/64Hi7ji MISCELLANEOUS I PERSONALS Washers. Dryers $125 each 293-5852. BC. MI33371 Overweight woman selling hardly used exercise equipment. Treadmill $250; stair stepper, $100; bicycle, $100 OPO, call Lisa 294-8888. MI33457 For sale dining rm. tbi., 6 padded chairs, oak finish 5 seat w/leaf exc. cond. $75. 2 easy chair rockers It. mauve like new $60 each or t)oth for $100,898-7211. MI33835 NEW 4x8 utility trailer, all metal, $600, call 4389669. MI28497 96 SeaOoo GSX w/ trailer, orid. owner, low hrs., $5000, call 5580343. MI33698 BIG GAME MOUNTS. bull buffalo, moose, elk and caritK>u heads, mule deer buck, antelope buck, turkey, pheasant, duck. 566-9995. MI33740 WOLFF TANNING BEDS. Tan at home. Buy direct and save! Commercial/Home units from $199. Low Monthly Payments. Free Color Catalog. Call Today 1-80012-1310. PE33799 SINGLES: MEET single people throughout rural America. Confidential, reputable, established plan. Free details. Country Connections Newsletter, PO Box 406, Superior, Nebraska 68978. PE33810 HOLIDAY BLUES? When nothing else works. Nevada Learning Program* 898-7125 or 294-0277 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS MU 7 days • wfc. at S PM, Rac. Anntx bahind Boulder Dam CradH Union. ALAM0H.MATEeW JSmi I SZi ENTERTAINMENT VOICE • PIANO DRAMA LESSONS CMWm ***•; in* u* OtMt.^i i" n* ItorMM • Coal GOTO mmt r H A> >•• ••*•. pho^? V \QUAIJTY VOCAL PIANO OKGAN OK KEYBOAKD!!! EalanalwBart. AiraUaMc far jrow orflantMtfaB ercTtt rri lM lii i il ilurr Co. naHermondCorICe9lMlealArtB 565-8469 V^ATER FILTRATION Affordable waterfiltration sys. Apt-Home-Business. NSF certified. Reduction of over 70 contaminates. Microwater Market, 994 E. Sahara, Mon-Sat, 12-6, 8936264aaC33flfi? FURNITURE TWIN BED w/frame. Excel, cond. $80.433-6210. MC33393 Oak ent. unit, 3 pcs., glass doors, excel, cond., $100 OBO, 294-4449. MC33818 4 Lines 6 i$$u ^ "•"? cosh rote PHOTOGRAPHY Ace Camera, new & used, consignments taken, 269-7699. Pecos/ Windmill, Hd.(Vonsctr.). WG33297 HEALTH Colloidal Minerals sale only $12.95 (32 oz.) regularly $24.95. Microwater Marie accepted in lieu of employment application HOUfIS OF OPERATION: MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY, 7:30 AM TO 5:30 PM SMOKE-FREE WORK ENVIRONMENT. HW33817 Crew nnemt>er needed tor VERY BUSY 7-11 Must be 21 yrs APPLY IN PERSON ONLY to Dale or Larry. 850 E Horizon Dr., comer of Boulder Hwy. HW33645 4 HELP WANTED MR DEFENSE at Ktvancad tachnlcal training It you maintain mlaalt* guidance aqulpfflant. SI 0,600 llral yaar. $11 .tOO second yaar mlnlinum salary, plus sc*to be considered for this re^ caiitment. NOAPPLICA-/ TIONS WILL BE GIVEN OUT AFTER 4:00 P.MJ ON THE CLOSINtj DATE OF THIS RECRUITMENT, Employment packet MUST be obtained froip the Human Resources Department; resumes WILL NOT be accepted in lieu ol employment application. HOURS OF OPERATION: MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY, 7:30 A.M. TO 5:30 P.M. SMOKE-FREE WORK ENVIRONMENT, HW33728 Admin. Assistant for a Ig. business in the HD area. Must have proven typing & computer skills. Must be efficient in various computer programs: Microsoft XL, WordPerfect, Lotus, etc. Audit various forms for accuracy, log daily sales & cost figures, contact customer & vendors. Salary range $811/hr. depending on exp. No benefits. Hrs. 8-4:30 M-F. Fax resume to 2635750, attn. HR Dept. HW33832 Teacher III The Economic Opportunity Board is recmiting for the position Teacher III (Head Teacher) for a Head Start Center. A Bachelor's Deg ree in Early Childhood evelopment or an Associate of Arts Degree and a CDA along with two years of preschool teaching experience and at least two years supervisory experience, preferably in a Head Start Program, are required. Must be able to get a health card. Sheriff's Card and be able to be licensed as a Center Director by the City, County or State licensing agencies. Salary: $9.33 Hour. This position will work 30 or more hours per week. This recruitment has been extended and resumes will be accepted until 12:00 Noon, Wednesday, February 11,1998, at EOB Human Resources Department, 2228 Comstock Drive, Las Vegas, NV 89030. An Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. HW33768 i Teacher I The Economic Opportunity Board is recruiting for the position of Teacher I in the Child & Family Services Division. Will assist in child development and enrichment aspects of the Head Start Center Classroom activities by teaching and guiding the development of children. Must have a CDA and thirty college credits in eariy childhood development or primary education. Must be able to obtain a health card, and a Sheriff's Card. Salary: $7.77 Per Hour. This position will work 30 or more hours per week. This recruitment has been extended and resumes will be accepted until 12:00 Noon, Wednesday, February 11,1998, at EOB Human Resources Department, 2228 Comstock Drive, Las Vegas, NV 89030. An Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. HW33767 OUTSIDE DISPLAY ADVERTISING SALES REP needed. A real people person. Background in newspaper advertising helpful. Salary DOE. Own transportation & insured. Full time position. Great benefits. Fast moving fun place to wori^. Apply in person: HBC Publications, 2 Commerce Center Dr., HEND. •••••••••••••* •••• Full Time EXECUTIVE SALES REPRE* SENTATIVE. Knowledge of quick print *i four-color processing. Reliable, energetic & self-motivated. Fax resume to 702-434-3527 or call for appointment, ask for Lynda, 435-7700. •••••••••••••••**** WANTED GRAPHIC ARTIST Musi be lut and efllcicnt In Mtclntoth Pigemilier, Illustrator, Freetund, Quark and Ptiolothop c EiccUent work cthici able to mett deadlines Full time • Salary with benefits Call 435-7700 for appointment. Ht)MENEWS 2 Commerce Center. Henderson. NV OHIUD;* Henderson Realty, Inc. "The Property People" 18 Water Street 564>2515 Eicallant Career OpportunitiM avail, for both Naw A Expar. Agants. Come |04n the exating team at Century 21 MoneyworM In Hendereon. Call Mike. Branch Manager for details at 564-2515. HELP WANTED ALASKA SUMMER EMPLOYMENT — Fishing industry. Excellent worker earnings & benefits potential (up to $2,850+/mo. + room/ board). All major employers. For employment information: 517-3243056 ext. A89772. HW33807 HELP WANTED Maint. person. Southern Nevada Cabinets, 5643737. Vehicle maint., some elec, health benefits, pay DOE. NV, Drivers Lic. req. HW33673 I NEED HELP! Overwhelmed! Will help you get started! Earn $5000 to $10,000 per month., Parttime. Fantastic Support! Noselling. Not MLM Two-minute message. 1 • 800-995-0796, Ext 6096. HW33809 DRIVERS — FLATBED 48 STATE OTR. Assigned New Conventionals, Competitive Pay, Benefits. $1000. Sign on Bonus, Rider Program, Flexible Time Off. Call Roadrunner Trucking. 1-800-8767784. HW33811 **•••*•**•**• GOLD STRIKE INN • & CASINO NOW HIRING: WaHrsssas Security Guards Engineers Hostesa/CasMvs Keno Runnsrs Porters Bus Parsons Cssino Cage Cashiers Housekeepers, line cooks & dishwashers ^, Part-time gift shop person. ^ ^ Apply In person at ^ Cashiers Cage ^ US HWY 3* Near Hoover Dam *•*•**•**•**• Manager Trainee Wanted We offer paid: • Vacations • Holidays • Sick Leave • Personal Days • Health Ins. • Life Ins. We also offer: 401K plan exceptional savings plan opportunities in 15 states Apply In person: Security Finance 39E Basic Sts, 8, Henderson, 558i5442 Hoover Dam Snackateria is taking applications for maint; personnel. Wage $8/hr., benefits incl. insurance & pd. vacation. Call ouroff ice, 293-4364. EOE. HW33714 Hoover Dam Snackateria is taking applications for mature person in the ice cream area. Wage $7/ hr., benefits incl. insurance & pd. vacation. Call our office, 293-4364. EOE. HW33714 Salesperson to sail Satellite Systems. Will train, can work from your home. Salary is straight commission. Call 564-0790, ask for Warren. ^M9k flUBtSS DAILY & WEEKLY PAY Short/Long Term Assign. Now taking applications for: CLERICAL WAREHOUSE & CONSTRUCTION Apply in iMrson, 5 am-3 pm, Mon.-Fri. 331 Water St., Henderson GENERAL LABORERS WAREHOUSE CONSTRUCTION CLEAN-UP Daily Pay Phone & Trans a plus LABOR EXPRESS 35 E Lake Mead Or AVON Ask me how you can itarl your own "Home Business?" Maxine Hottel Mi^dsnt SiiM Riprsstntillvs 293-6170 i liEASTRiuGE Tem ps' 50-tPeople Needed 6.00/hr.—Various Shifts Eastridge Temps is recruiting seasonal workers for GOOD HUMOR/BREYERS Call 566-9662 NEVER A FEE for an appointment I 320 So. Boulder Hwy., Ste. 1X)2, Henderson, NV 33472 NEVER A FEE INDUSTRIOUS? Able to Lift Heavy Items? Reliable and Healthy? Willing to work as a Dishwasher? If So, We Need You for five liours Day, Five Days a Week. Start At 9:30 am Better Than MinimumWage. Call the Senior Center In Boulder City 293 5510 DRIVERS OTR LCL Bulk Transport, a leader in food grade liquid bulk, has openings for quality OTR drivers. BENEFITS: •Assigned alr^rlde conventional tractors •Same mileage pey loaded or empty •Paid loedlng A unloading •Paid vacations after 1 year •8 paid holidays t; personal days •Safety & service bonuses •401k savings program & profit sharing •Cpinpeny paid uniforms For more info, and applications, call recruiting at 1800-677-5475 or 1-800-984-9823. SECURITY OFFICES UNARMED $5.75 HR. to start. HENDERSON G.V. areas. Full Pan-Time. Weekdays A Weekends MUST HAVE WORKING PHONE TRANSPORTATION 10 a-3p EOE CURTIS SECURITY 3305 Spring HHn. Rd. Ste. 83 DO YOU WANT OUT OF THE CASINOS? DO YOU WANT A REAL SOCIAL LIFE? DO YOU WANT TO SPEND MORE TIME WITH YOUR FAMILY? LOOK NO FURTHER •••*••**************e******** TRUGREENoCHEMLAWN THE WORLDS LARGEST LAWN AND TREE/SHRUB CARE COMPANY HAS IMMEDIATE OPENINGS FOR THE FOLLOWING POSmONS: 'ROUTE DRIVERS (FULL TIME) 'SALES REPRESENTATIVES (FULL TIME) WE OFFER: 'COMPETmVE SALARY 'EXCELLENT BENEFITS INCLUDING MEOICAU DENTAL, STOCK OPTIONS AND 401K 'PAID 2 WEEK TRAINING 'ADVANCEMENT OPPORTUNITIES YQUiJEEER: 'GOOD DRIVING RECORD 'REUABLE TRANSPORTATION 'ENTHUSIASM AND DESIRE TO BE THE BEST JOIN OUR FORTUNE 500 SUBSIDIARY TOOAYII THE FUTURE IS IN YOUR HANDS!II CALL OR SEND YOUR RESUME TO: DARIN BRASCH-ROUTE DRIVER OR JASON BAKER -SALES REPRESENTATIVE. FAX 1-702-597-2053 PHONE 1-702-597-1000 EQUAL OPPORTUNrTY EMPLOYER (Mff^/V/0) CLERICAL $7/hr., M-F, 8-5 Benefits, 401K. Computer exp. a muat, phones, typing, good people akilla. Worka tivell with ottwrs, dependable, punctual, willing to toern r>ew taaka. Apply In peraon/Fax resume lo 434-3527/ Mall reeumelB: 2 Conmerce Center Dr., HD. HELP WANTED ALASKA EMPLOYMENT Floating processors/canneries. Hundreds of employers! Excellent worker earnings & benefits potential (up to $2,850/mo. + room/ board). For employment information call: 517-3243008 ext. A89771. • •••••• m tit • • ^o'^a • Buffet Runners |[ • needed. Apply • r at Casino Cage ; 2800 S. Boulder* • Hwy., HD. \ • e • e e e a'e e,e • a e ^o*o ^^ e e e e e e Keno Writers needed. Apply at Casino Cage • Must be 21 yrs. of age. 2800 S. Boulder • Hwy., HD. Hard Count persons needed. Apply at Casino Cage ^ Must be 21 yrs. of age. e 2800 S. Boulder • Hwy., HD. • eeeeeeeeeae POSITION WANTED Serv, Mgr,/Dlrector-experienced, mature, stable, hands on mgr, wants to relocate to HD/ LV area. Ford, Merc, I mport & motor home exp. ADR systems, sm/lg. dealer. Call Jerry, 209545-4776/fax 209-5458428 for interview/resume, MC33831 JOB OPPORTUNITIES Appointment Setters LADIES Work at home Part-time tgr^ Full time pay Base-plus commission Chuck, 294-2662 9:30-11:30 AM, M-Sat. DOMESTIC HELP CHILD CARE near Boulder Hwy./Sunset, 7 days a wk., day and night, great ref. Call 566-6000, DH33216 Exp. quality affordable day care, FT/PT, meals & snacks incl,, refs. & health card, 558-0185. DH33267 Child care, my home, Mon.-Sat., 15 yrs. exp., refs. avail., 565-8659, DH33332 Will do babysitting in my home, FT & PT avail,, call 566-5137. DH33408 Childcare, Christian new home, FT opening, M-F only, days, 2 yrs. & older, refs. avail., Michelle, 5584399. DH33819 Childcare in Hend, home, hot meals, nice back yd., infants welcome, 5666823. DH33585 Childcare, PT & FT, meals incl., 566-6229, Joanne. DH33762 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES MAKE MORE MONEY than you can spend' Call the Worid's most valuable special recorded message; 1-888-2410189 ID number 013, Tollfree call and free information pack, B033813 WANTED" 10 people who want to lose weight, make money' For all new natural patented fat loss product. Money back guarantee, 568-5142. §033523 $$$$ MONEY MAKER IN HENDERSON $S$$ Established Lube/Tune Shop for sale Asking $200,000 Ownerfinancing w/50'o down Profitat3e shopping center location Long term lease Century 21 JR Realty, Jackson Meeker, 702378-2745 B033654 OWN YOUR OWN apparel, shoe, lingerie, bridal, gift or $1 00 store Includes inventory, fixtures, buying trip, training Minimum investment $18,900 Call Dan at Liberty Opportunities (501) 327-8031. BO33805 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 ol the offer Steel bidg. dealership avail, in select open areas. Big profit potential in booming industry. Call Mr. Clay (303) 759-3200. B033514 TURN YOUR MAILBOX INTO A CASH COW! FREE Tape Tells All. 1800-730-4314,24 hr.rec. msg. BO33710 FINANCIAL SERVICES "CASH" IMMEDIATE $$ for structured settlements and deferred insurance claims. J.G. Wentworth. 1-888-2315375. FS33786 NEVADA FINANCIAL Provides Real Estate Loans for All Types of Credit Call Tom 369-1955. r;Jj YOUR LOCAL ll PA'i'ROLL COi\fPAN\' Payroll Services & General Ledger •\V:i/l(liH-llllullvi;i:( ii.vM.is •I.\SI;KI'AVI)I.I,( IIII KLS •CWKOIl, I'K K I 1' •M.vAiTu r\rf, Mi:ip[.\ • HD, Fum. studio, priv. ^^' ba., kit., N-S, $400 incL J util. + dep., 293-6799/ 565-6806. RR33292 Non-smoker, working gentleman, 565-1600 wori<, 564-6477 home.' RR33542 APT. RENTALS Fum. studio apt. for rent, all utils. pd., 565-9318. AR33415 NEW KITCHENETTES, phone, satellite, maid service. STARVIEW MOTEL 293-1658. BC AR14278 Ridge Apts. in BC, 2 bdrm. No pets. Lease for 12 mo. 293-0420. AR33642 HND 2 bd., 1 ba., $525 mo., $250 dep., 1 time cleaning fee $125, nd pets, 564,5712. AR33745 2 bd. apt., near downtown Henderson, $500 + dep., 564-1628. AR33764 APTS. 2 t>drm., 1 t>a., Near Basic High $525/mo. sec. dep. NePets 458-6868 KITCHENETTES ^ STARVIEW MOTEL Boulder City 293-1658 ,3,,3 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. Starting at $530/mo. Call 565-7512. FOR RENT Oceanside Apartm^ots 2 bd., 1 ba. ^ Corner of Ocean Ave. & Tin St. 566-9123 DO WE HAVE A SWEETHEART OF A DEAL FOR YOU! Call for details on fantastic move in special. You'll LOVE living at MORRELL PARK APARTMENTS 565-8080 Gl *For a llmitad time only Welcome home to comfortable living, CASA DE ALICIA AND M&M II APT Offers 1, 2 & 3 Bedroom Apt. homes from $570 Pool, Laundry, small pets welcon>e. taj 293-1615^^ Mon.-Fri., 8 am-5 pm. ^^ APARTMENTS IN HENDERSON Clean, Quality 1-2-3 Bedroom Apartments in Henderson • Central Air & Heat • Appliances • Blinds • Carpets • Water Paid • Washer/Dryer Available Apartments are $420 & up per month, newly remodeled, spacious near schools, park & shopping. 565-7028 32837

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Wi Page 18 Henderson Home News Tuesday, February 10, 1998 VTuesday, February 10,1998 Henderson Home News Page 19 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES PROFESSIONAL SERVICES PROFESSIONAL SERVICES **Palntmg, Painting** Interior/Exterior We do It the old fashion way We do It right Low Low Prices • FREE ESTIMATES Call 434-1979 ^VTHE CAVANAUGH'S y^J PAINTING s VtjrtutfMi*, y^m^Vi.:!*^' -Mifk^MiMMtfkUOs^i'VjMfl • in A Dccalur) Imported Marble $298 (12x12)" Imported Granite $399 (12x12) I Open 7 Days! ITfjFi 'ff^ OB Ha Wardrobe closets, Ig. white one, $50. 1 med. walnut. $45. Motorized scooter cart, for tiandicapped, w/new batteries & battery charger, $200. 565-9681, 425 Longtree HD. Pis. call first. MI33700 For sale 16.5 cubic ft. while Whiripool refrig., 18 mos. old, $200 FIRM, 293-7335. MI33695 RCA 27" TV-oak swivel console, tovrmallde mink stroller, exec. cond. Best offer, 564-5048 Full selection of Roor Tile, Marble, Granite, Slate, Counter-Top Tiles, Bathroom & Patio Tile 2827 Green Valley Pkwy. at Sunset Road Every day Loi^ Prices For all your Business Printing Needs • l-et(erhead • Business Cards • Envelopes • Mote Parts • • Art Design Layout • riCR Torms • Coupons anrt Morel WALK Sunday March 29 1998 Join Our Team &Walk FOR MORE INFORMATION Ken Tomory Volunteer Programs Coordinator Anne Mulford Director of Development We clean your garage & dispose of unwanted clutter. Call Dave for FREE ESTIMATES, 565-5668. PS32840 CLASSIFIED AD MM 4 p.m. Friday for Tuesday issue Noon Tuesday for Panorama CREATIVE MEMORIES Scrapbook supplies at cost. Stock up nowl Call 434^149. PETS/ANIMALS STANDARD POODLE PUPS, 8 wks.. white, shots, groomed, microchipped, ready to go, 263-7988. PERFECT FOR YOUR VALENTINE SWEETHEART. PA33834 Dogs, cats, birds, iguanas, ready for adoption. Call 361-2484. Open 7 days a week, daylight 'til dartc PA33648 GOATS FOR SALE Babies, Nannies & Billies. $55-$75. For more info., call 293-1307. PA33737 Spots for sale, dog included. Dalmatian puppies $125 purebred no papers. Call 565-6521 Iv. msg. PA33783 GARAGE SALES HD HUGE MOVING SALE Furn. to knickknacks, 8-4, Fri., Sat. & Sun., 2/13, 14,15. 1007 Driftwood Gt. GS33766 PHONE THIS IS A PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT M IM AlOS • I Hnata 2300 South Ryidw'Jtl Lai V*u Ndit9t02 7SZ/3t2-Z32S 702/366-1609 fii 9l(WttOwni NudMii Ptui Lai V*9ii Nv)aM106 70MM4177 702/64Hi7ji MISCELLANEOUS I PERSONALS Washers. Dryers $125 each 293-5852. BC. MI33371 Overweight woman selling hardly used exercise equipment. Treadmill $250; stair stepper, $100; bicycle, $100 OPO, call Lisa 294-8888. MI33457 For sale dining rm. tbi., 6 padded chairs, oak finish 5 seat w/leaf exc. cond. $75. 2 easy chair rockers It. mauve like new $60 each or t)oth for $100,898-7211. MI33835 NEW 4x8 utility trailer, all metal, $600, call 4389669. MI28497 96 SeaOoo GSX w/ trailer, orid. owner, low hrs., $5000, call 5580343. MI33698 BIG GAME MOUNTS. bull buffalo, moose, elk and caritK>u heads, mule deer buck, antelope buck, turkey, pheasant, duck. 566-9995. MI33740 WOLFF TANNING BEDS. Tan at home. Buy direct and save! Commercial/Home units from $199. Low Monthly Payments. Free Color Catalog. Call Today 1-80012-1310. PE33799 SINGLES: MEET single people throughout rural America. Confidential, reputable, established plan. Free details. Country Connections Newsletter, PO Box 406, Superior, Nebraska 68978. PE33810 HOLIDAY BLUES? When nothing else works. Nevada Learning Program* 898-7125 or 294-0277 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS MU 7 days • wfc. at S PM, Rac. Anntx bahind Boulder Dam CradH Union. ALAM0H.MATEeW JSmi I SZi ENTERTAINMENT VOICE • PIANO DRAMA LESSONS CMWm ***•; in* u* OtMt.^i i" n* ItorMM • Coal GOTO mmt r H A> >•• ••*•. pho^? V \QUAIJTY VOCAL PIANO OKGAN OK KEYBOAKD!!! EalanalwBart. AiraUaMc far jrow orflantMtfaB ercTtt rri lM lii i il ilurr Co. naHermondCorICe9lMlealArtB 565-8469 V^ATER FILTRATION Affordable waterfiltration sys. Apt-Home-Business. NSF certified. Reduction of over 70 contaminates. Microwater Market, 994 E. Sahara, Mon-Sat, 12-6, 8936264aaC33flfi? FURNITURE TWIN BED w/frame. Excel, cond. $80.433-6210. MC33393 Oak ent. unit, 3 pcs., glass doors, excel, cond., $100 OBO, 294-4449. MC33818 4 Lines 6 i$$u ^ "•"? cosh rote PHOTOGRAPHY Ace Camera, new & used, consignments taken, 269-7699. Pecos/ Windmill, Hd.(Vonsctr.). WG33297 HEALTH Colloidal Minerals sale only $12.95 (32 oz.) regularly $24.95. Microwater Marie accepted in lieu of employment application HOUfIS OF OPERATION: MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY, 7:30 AM TO 5:30 PM SMOKE-FREE WORK ENVIRONMENT. HW33817 Crew nnemt>er needed tor VERY BUSY 7-11 Must be 21 yrs APPLY IN PERSON ONLY to Dale or Larry. 850 E Horizon Dr., comer of Boulder Hwy. HW33645 4 HELP WANTED MR DEFENSE at Ktvancad tachnlcal training It you maintain mlaalt* guidance aqulpfflant. SI 0,600 llral yaar. $11 .tOO second yaar mlnlinum salary, plus sc*to be considered for this re^ caiitment. NOAPPLICA-/ TIONS WILL BE GIVEN OUT AFTER 4:00 P.MJ ON THE CLOSINtj DATE OF THIS RECRUITMENT, Employment packet MUST be obtained froip the Human Resources Department; resumes WILL NOT be accepted in lieu ol employment application. HOURS OF OPERATION: MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY, 7:30 A.M. TO 5:30 P.M. SMOKE-FREE WORK ENVIRONMENT, HW33728 Admin. Assistant for a Ig. business in the HD area. Must have proven typing & computer skills. Must be efficient in various computer programs: Microsoft XL, WordPerfect, Lotus, etc. Audit various forms for accuracy, log daily sales & cost figures, contact customer & vendors. Salary range $811/hr. depending on exp. No benefits. Hrs. 8-4:30 M-F. Fax resume to 2635750, attn. HR Dept. HW33832 Teacher III The Economic Opportunity Board is recmiting for the position Teacher III (Head Teacher) for a Head Start Center. A Bachelor's Deg ree in Early Childhood evelopment or an Associate of Arts Degree and a CDA along with two years of preschool teaching experience and at least two years supervisory experience, preferably in a Head Start Program, are required. Must be able to get a health card. Sheriff's Card and be able to be licensed as a Center Director by the City, County or State licensing agencies. Salary: $9.33 Hour. This position will work 30 or more hours per week. This recruitment has been extended and resumes will be accepted until 12:00 Noon, Wednesday, February 11,1998, at EOB Human Resources Department, 2228 Comstock Drive, Las Vegas, NV 89030. An Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. HW33768 i Teacher I The Economic Opportunity Board is recruiting for the position of Teacher I in the Child & Family Services Division. Will assist in child development and enrichment aspects of the Head Start Center Classroom activities by teaching and guiding the development of children. Must have a CDA and thirty college credits in eariy childhood development or primary education. Must be able to obtain a health card, and a Sheriff's Card. Salary: $7.77 Per Hour. This position will work 30 or more hours per week. This recruitment has been extended and resumes will be accepted until 12:00 Noon, Wednesday, February 11,1998, at EOB Human Resources Department, 2228 Comstock Drive, Las Vegas, NV 89030. An Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. HW33767 OUTSIDE DISPLAY ADVERTISING SALES REP needed. A real people person. Background in newspaper advertising helpful. Salary DOE. Own transportation & insured. Full time position. Great benefits. Fast moving fun place to wori^. Apply in person: HBC Publications, 2 Commerce Center Dr., HEND. •••••••••••••* •••• Full Time EXECUTIVE SALES REPRE* SENTATIVE. Knowledge of quick print *i four-color processing. Reliable, energetic & self-motivated. Fax resume to 702-434-3527 or call for appointment, ask for Lynda, 435-7700. •••••••••••••••**** WANTED GRAPHIC ARTIST Musi be lut and efllcicnt In Mtclntoth Pigemilier, Illustrator, Freetund, Quark and Ptiolothop c EiccUent work cthici able to mett deadlines Full time • Salary with benefits Call 435-7700 for appointment. Ht)MENEWS 2 Commerce Center. Henderson. NV OHIUD;* Henderson Realty, Inc. "The Property People" 18 Water Street 564>2515 Eicallant Career OpportunitiM avail, for both Naw A Expar. Agants. Come |04n the exating team at Century 21 MoneyworM In Hendereon. Call Mike. Branch Manager for details at 564-2515. HELP WANTED ALASKA SUMMER EMPLOYMENT — Fishing industry. Excellent worker earnings & benefits potential (up to $2,850+/mo. + room/ board). All major employers. For employment information: 517-3243056 ext. A89772. HW33807 HELP WANTED Maint. person. Southern Nevada Cabinets, 5643737. Vehicle maint., some elec, health benefits, pay DOE. NV, Drivers Lic. req. HW33673 I NEED HELP! Overwhelmed! Will help you get started! Earn $5000 to $10,000 per month., Parttime. Fantastic Support! Noselling. Not MLM Two-minute message. 1 • 800-995-0796, Ext 6096. HW33809 DRIVERS — FLATBED 48 STATE OTR. Assigned New Conventionals, Competitive Pay, Benefits. $1000. Sign on Bonus, Rider Program, Flexible Time Off. Call Roadrunner Trucking. 1-800-8767784. HW33811 **•••*•**•**• GOLD STRIKE INN • & CASINO NOW HIRING: WaHrsssas Security Guards Engineers Hostesa/CasMvs Keno Runnsrs Porters Bus Parsons Cssino Cage Cashiers Housekeepers, line cooks & dishwashers ^, Part-time gift shop person. ^ ^ Apply In person at ^ Cashiers Cage ^ US HWY 3* Near Hoover Dam *•*•**•**•**• Manager Trainee Wanted We offer paid: • Vacations • Holidays • Sick Leave • Personal Days • Health Ins. • Life Ins. We also offer: 401K plan exceptional savings plan opportunities in 15 states Apply In person: Security Finance 39E Basic Sts, 8, Henderson, 558i5442 Hoover Dam Snackateria is taking applications for maint; personnel. Wage $8/hr., benefits incl. insurance & pd. vacation. Call ouroff ice, 293-4364. EOE. HW33714 Hoover Dam Snackateria is taking applications for mature person in the ice cream area. Wage $7/ hr., benefits incl. insurance & pd. vacation. Call our office, 293-4364. EOE. HW33714 Salesperson to sail Satellite Systems. Will train, can work from your home. Salary is straight commission. Call 564-0790, ask for Warren. ^M9k flUBtSS DAILY & WEEKLY PAY Short/Long Term Assign. Now taking applications for: CLERICAL WAREHOUSE & CONSTRUCTION Apply in iMrson, 5 am-3 pm, Mon.-Fri. 331 Water St., Henderson GENERAL LABORERS WAREHOUSE CONSTRUCTION CLEAN-UP Daily Pay Phone & Trans a plus LABOR EXPRESS 35 E Lake Mead Or AVON Ask me how you can itarl your own "Home Business?" Maxine Hottel Mi^dsnt SiiM Riprsstntillvs 293-6170 i liEASTRiuGE Tem ps' 50-tPeople Needed 6.00/hr.—Various Shifts Eastridge Temps is recruiting seasonal workers for GOOD HUMOR/BREYERS Call 566-9662 NEVER A FEE for an appointment I 320 So. Boulder Hwy., Ste. 1X)2, Henderson, NV 33472 NEVER A FEE INDUSTRIOUS? Able to Lift Heavy Items? Reliable and Healthy? Willing to work as a Dishwasher? If So, We Need You for five liours Day, Five Days a Week. Start At 9:30 am Better Than MinimumWage. Call the Senior Center In Boulder City 293 5510 DRIVERS OTR LCL Bulk Transport, a leader in food grade liquid bulk, has openings for quality OTR drivers. BENEFITS: •Assigned alr^rlde conventional tractors •Same mileage pey loaded or empty •Paid loedlng A unloading •Paid vacations after 1 year •8 paid holidays t; personal days •Safety & service bonuses •401k savings program & profit sharing •Cpinpeny paid uniforms For more info, and applications, call recruiting at 1800-677-5475 or 1-800-984-9823. SECURITY OFFICES UNARMED $5.75 HR. to start. HENDERSON G.V. areas. Full Pan-Time. Weekdays A Weekends MUST HAVE WORKING PHONE TRANSPORTATION 10 a-3p EOE CURTIS SECURITY 3305 Spring HHn. Rd. Ste. 83 DO YOU WANT OUT OF THE CASINOS? DO YOU WANT A REAL SOCIAL LIFE? DO YOU WANT TO SPEND MORE TIME WITH YOUR FAMILY? LOOK NO FURTHER •••*••**************e******** TRUGREENoCHEMLAWN THE WORLDS LARGEST LAWN AND TREE/SHRUB CARE COMPANY HAS IMMEDIATE OPENINGS FOR THE FOLLOWING POSmONS: 'ROUTE DRIVERS (FULL TIME) 'SALES REPRESENTATIVES (FULL TIME) WE OFFER: 'COMPETmVE SALARY 'EXCELLENT BENEFITS INCLUDING MEOICAU DENTAL, STOCK OPTIONS AND 401K 'PAID 2 WEEK TRAINING 'ADVANCEMENT OPPORTUNITIES YQUiJEEER: 'GOOD DRIVING RECORD 'REUABLE TRANSPORTATION 'ENTHUSIASM AND DESIRE TO BE THE BEST JOIN OUR FORTUNE 500 SUBSIDIARY TOOAYII THE FUTURE IS IN YOUR HANDS!II CALL OR SEND YOUR RESUME TO: DARIN BRASCH-ROUTE DRIVER OR JASON BAKER -SALES REPRESENTATIVE. FAX 1-702-597-2053 PHONE 1-702-597-1000 EQUAL OPPORTUNrTY EMPLOYER (Mff^/V/0) CLERICAL $7/hr., M-F, 8-5 Benefits, 401K. Computer exp. a muat, phones, typing, good people akilla. Worka tivell with ottwrs, dependable, punctual, willing to toern r>ew taaka. Apply In peraon/Fax resume lo 434-3527/ Mall reeumelB: 2 Conmerce Center Dr., HD. HELP WANTED ALASKA EMPLOYMENT Floating processors/canneries. Hundreds of employers! Excellent worker earnings & benefits potential (up to $2,850/mo. + room/ board). For employment information call: 517-3243008 ext. A89771. • •••••• m tit • • ^o'^a • Buffet Runners |[ • needed. Apply • r at Casino Cage ; 2800 S. Boulder* • Hwy., HD. \ • e • e e e a'e e,e • a e ^o*o ^^ e e e e e e Keno Writers needed. Apply at Casino Cage • Must be 21 yrs. of age. 2800 S. Boulder • Hwy., HD. Hard Count persons needed. Apply at Casino Cage ^ Must be 21 yrs. of age. e 2800 S. Boulder • Hwy., HD. • eeeeeeeeeae POSITION WANTED Serv, Mgr,/Dlrector-experienced, mature, stable, hands on mgr, wants to relocate to HD/ LV area. Ford, Merc, I mport & motor home exp. ADR systems, sm/lg. dealer. Call Jerry, 209545-4776/fax 209-5458428 for interview/resume, MC33831 JOB OPPORTUNITIES Appointment Setters LADIES Work at home Part-time tgr^ Full time pay Base-plus commission Chuck, 294-2662 9:30-11:30 AM, M-Sat. DOMESTIC HELP CHILD CARE near Boulder Hwy./Sunset, 7 days a wk., day and night, great ref. Call 566-6000, DH33216 Exp. quality affordable day care, FT/PT, meals & snacks incl,, refs. & health card, 558-0185. DH33267 Child care, my home, Mon.-Sat., 15 yrs. exp., refs. avail., 565-8659, DH33332 Will do babysitting in my home, FT & PT avail,, call 566-5137. DH33408 Childcare, Christian new home, FT opening, M-F only, days, 2 yrs. & older, refs. avail., Michelle, 5584399. DH33819 Childcare in Hend, home, hot meals, nice back yd., infants welcome, 5666823. DH33585 Childcare, PT & FT, meals incl., 566-6229, Joanne. DH33762 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES MAKE MORE MONEY than you can spend' Call the Worid's most valuable special recorded message; 1-888-2410189 ID number 013, Tollfree call and free information pack, B033813 WANTED" 10 people who want to lose weight, make money' For all new natural patented fat loss product. Money back guarantee, 568-5142. §033523 $$$$ MONEY MAKER IN HENDERSON $S$$ Established Lube/Tune Shop for sale Asking $200,000 Ownerfinancing w/50'o down Profitat3e shopping center location Long term lease Century 21 JR Realty, Jackson Meeker, 702378-2745 B033654 OWN YOUR OWN apparel, shoe, lingerie, bridal, gift or $1 00 store Includes inventory, fixtures, buying trip, training Minimum investment $18,900 Call Dan at Liberty Opportunities (501) 327-8031. BO33805 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 ol the offer Steel bidg. dealership avail, in select open areas. Big profit potential in booming industry. Call Mr. Clay (303) 759-3200. B033514 TURN YOUR MAILBOX INTO A CASH COW! FREE Tape Tells All. 1800-730-4314,24 hr.rec. msg. BO33710 FINANCIAL SERVICES "CASH" IMMEDIATE $$ for structured settlements and deferred insurance claims. J.G. Wentworth. 1-888-2315375. FS33786 NEVADA FINANCIAL Provides Real Estate Loans for All Types of Credit Call Tom 369-1955. r;Jj YOUR LOCAL ll PA'i'ROLL COi\fPAN\' Payroll Services & General Ledger •\V:i/l(liH-llllullvi;i:( ii.vM.is •I.\SI;KI'AVI)I.I,( IIII KLS •CWKOIl, I'K K I 1' •M.vAiTu r\rf, Mi:ip[.\ • HD, Fum. studio, priv. ^^' ba., kit., N-S, $400 incL J util. + dep., 293-6799/ 565-6806. RR33292 Non-smoker, working gentleman, 565-1600 wori<, 564-6477 home.' RR33542 APT. RENTALS Fum. studio apt. for rent, all utils. pd., 565-9318. AR33415 NEW KITCHENETTES, phone, satellite, maid service. STARVIEW MOTEL 293-1658. BC AR14278 Ridge Apts. in BC, 2 bdrm. No pets. Lease for 12 mo. 293-0420. AR33642 HND 2 bd., 1 ba., $525 mo., $250 dep., 1 time cleaning fee $125, nd pets, 564,5712. AR33745 2 bd. apt., near downtown Henderson, $500 + dep., 564-1628. AR33764 APTS. 2 t>drm., 1 t>a., Near Basic High $525/mo. sec. dep. NePets 458-6868 KITCHENETTES ^ STARVIEW MOTEL Boulder City 293-1658 ,3,,3 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. Starting at $530/mo. Call 565-7512. FOR RENT Oceanside Apartm^ots 2 bd., 1 ba. ^ Corner of Ocean Ave. & Tin St. 566-9123 DO WE HAVE A SWEETHEART OF A DEAL FOR YOU! Call for details on fantastic move in special. You'll LOVE living at MORRELL PARK APARTMENTS 565-8080 Gl *For a llmitad time only Welcome home to comfortable living, CASA DE ALICIA AND M&M II APT Offers 1, 2 & 3 Bedroom Apt. homes from $570 Pool, Laundry, small pets welcon>e. taj 293-1615^^ Mon.-Fri., 8 am-5 pm. ^^ APARTMENTS IN HENDERSON Clean, Quality 1-2-3 Bedroom Apartments in Henderson • Central Air & Heat • Appliances • Blinds • Carpets • Water Paid • Washer/Dryer Available Apartments are $420 & up per month, newly remodeled, spacious near schools, park & shopping. 565-7028 32837

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f" • ^ • II ^^^^"^^ OB Page 20 Henderson Home News Tuesday, February 10, 1998 Tuesday, February 10,1998 Henderson Honie News Page 21 STEEL BUILDINGS and BUILDING MATERIALS STEEL BLDGS.'^Save 1,000's with fac. specials on indus. shops & storage units if ordered by 2/ 28, call Al, 702-646-4170. MC33498 STEEL BUILDINGS SALE: 30x40x10, $4,594; 40x60x14, $8,155; 50x75x14, $11,195; 50x100x16, $14,953; 60x100x16, $17,603. Mini-storage buildings, 30x160, 32 units, $13,944. Free brochures. Sentinel Buildings, 800-327-0790, Extension 79. MC33804 ALL STEEL BUILDINGS Factory Blowout! 1-8'60-973-3366 REAL ESTATE INCOME PROPERTY, 2 homes: 2 bd., 1 ba. & 1 bd., 1 ba., indiv. fenced yd., quiet area, close to all shopping & schools, owner will carry first, $1100/mo. income, 2941422. NO REALTORS, $135,000. RE33694 House for sale by owner, 2bd., 1 ba., new kitchen, hardwood floors, detached gar., 612 California St., BC, $117,500 OBO,, ., 2.93-0789. 4 bd..w/cov. RV park & over 1800 SF, 2 car gar., Gr. flag pole lined street. Beautiful neighborlhood. Tile roof. Gr rm., Ivrm. w/ huge kitchen & all bdrms. are huge. Asking $185,000. MLS #49202. Call 733-7653. RE 33307 Open House, Wed. 2/1 f. 11-4, 1203 San Edardo Ave. Space! Space! Mission Hills beautiful custom home on Ig. lot. Detach gar. w/workshop. Sep. guest house, Equest. stalls, cov. patio & more. A must see! $224,900. Take 95 So. exit College, turn R, L on Mission, R on San Jucinto, L on San Edardo. Joel Zenner, Century 21 Henderson Realty, 5663194. RE33752 STEEL BUILDINGS and BUILDING AflATERIALS STEEL BUILDINGS CLEARANCE SALE. Best Price in West! 1800-973-3366. MC33803 STORAGE UNITS For rent. 10x20 & 20x20 storage unit. 293-1135 VACATION RENTALS Ski Brian Head, UT, Ig. condo, 3 bds., 2 master, frpl., Jacuzzi, sleeps 8, $95 week nights, $135 weekends, $175 Holidays, 294-2320. VR33308 COMMERCIAL SALES Rare CM Zoning in BC, new 4700 SF masonry bidg., $300,000, 2932202. MC33370 REAL ESTATE LAKE MOUNTAIN ESTATES 1993 Silvercrest, 2bd., 2 ba. storage shed. Quret cul-de-sac. $125,000. GINGERWOOD PARK 1977 Gibraltor. 2 bd., 1 ba. Backs up to desert $24,500. Call Nancy at DICK BLAIR REALTY : 293-2171, RE33526 ; BC 3 bd., 2 ba., home j on 100x100 lot, across I from BC Golf Course. Features Ip, 3 car gar., pool/spa, $187,500. Call : 768-601 1/248-6199 owner Lie. Broker/Sales ; in NV. RE33631 BARGAIN HOMES. Thousands of Govern, ment foreclosed and re| possessed properties being liquidated this ; month! Call for local listi ings' 1-800-501-1777 I ext. 3399, RE33789 REAL ESTATE PVH Real Estate, Inc. has 1 of the largest selections of commercial & residential lots, mobile homes, Ig. acreage, home & income property inPahrump, 1-70 2-7270445. RE26849 Own Your Own Home Now! No down payment on Miles materials. Innovative construction financing. Call Miles Homes, today, 1-800343-2884, ext. L HD Townsite You name it, its been done. I\^as. bd. w/retreat -t2 bds., 1-1/2 ba., 59'x137'lot. 592,900, Jan Liebert, Knapp Realty 566-8185/222-5933 Sunday tour of homes. Tour up to 6 homes! No hassle, .no pressure, call 458-1585 & enter ID No. 1189 to hear feobcded information for this Sunday's tour Talk to ntj agent, tour changes every week Cathy Bittinger, Century 21 MoneyWorld DON'T 2ND GUESS The next time you have to make a decision regarding SellLng or Purchasing Real Estate! Put 35 years of real estate experience to work for you. Ca//Duane G. Laubach ORB, CRS, GRI Realtor-Broker I568-(REAL)7325 iHenderson Realty Inc. Cel. 378-6352 IB Water street $100,000,000 in Sales ^ #1 RE/MAX Selling Agent In HonOerson When youre thinking ol buying or selling a home, you'll wani Ihe transaction to proceed swiftly and etficienlly. That's why you should look tor a real estate professional with special expertise in listing. • "' selling, investment and taxes Someone with a proven record ct experience Someone you can trust That someone IS a Certified Residential Specialist (CRS). your best choice in real estate. ^^^ Call Dave Berard, Broker/Associate ^JJ^ a., RE/MAX SUNSET REALTY *^" • Broker/G H 10 CRS A (702)566-6700 (i4* a. CSk/ COUNTRY LIVING SI 55,000 Newly remodeled tiome on 116x135 lot. 7 1/2 Tons of ground mounted heat & air 2 yrs. new. Tile & parquet flooring. 3 bd., 2 ba. Custom cabinets. 2 wood-burning frpls. & spa under cov. patio. Very Ig. laundry rm. Gar. separately cooled Ask for Dave/Larry at RE/MAX Sunset 736-1333 Want REAL ESTATE FACTS? Call LARRY SHAFFER at RE/MAX Sunset Realty 736-1333 Home 565-4100 Cozy 1148 sf 3 bedroom condo S84,900 Superb Ranch home 2159 sf $155,000 Upgraded Golf course 5 bedroom $279,900 Rancho/Torrey Pines 1/2 acre lot $145,000 Lowest Priced Condo in The Colony" $82,900 REAL ESTATE Highland Hills in HD for sale by owner, 3 bd., 2 ba., w/offiCe, 1840 SF, $125,000, beautiful houses, vd. w/pool. 5668965. RE31118 Adve.rtise Free on the Internet to millions of home buyers. Homes-Mart 294-2428 C^nlui^ m Henderson Realty, Inc. ig Watr StrMi Htndtrson. NV8da SWIS THINKING OF SELLING „ ;;:: YOUR HOME? ^gg can JANET PERRY Working for you the seller! Specializing in Marketing Henderson. Townsite & Sub #2 Homes I WONT LIST YOUR HOME & FORGET ABOUT YOU! 564-2515 Office 495-3637 Pager Each onico Is Indspandanlly Owned and Oparntad tjij REAL ESTATE PAHRUMP FIXER ON 2.5 ACRES $45,000. Gr. value. Single wide on 2.5 AC. Gr. area, loads of privacy. Well, septic & power already on lot. Financing avail. OAG. $45,000. NEW NV. REALTY 727-8522. RE32635 REAL ESTATE A NATIONAL MOBILE HOME finance company has 2, 3 & 4 BR single and multi-section Bank Repos. Great Rates, easy qualify and transfer of payments. Terms negotiable or make cash offer. Free call 1-800651-4625. Ext. 911. 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 EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY We're here to serve you Henderson 564-3333 mREAL ESTATE BC-3bd.,2ba.,spa,9ak cab. in kitn., like tiew thruout, corner lot, block wall, 2cargar., very delightful home. Asking $167,500, call 294-6294. Thousands below appraised value. Seller will pay 2 point toward closing cost. COMPLETELY REMODELED 3 bd., 2 ba., pool w/spa$179,500 4irm 294-4150 REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE Thinking of Selling j^ or Purchasing Real Estate in the Valley? Call 568-5558 Henderson Valley Realty Inc. 1 09 S. Water St., Henderson (odjocent fo Donk of Americo Building) Bob "Luke" "Volley Proud for over 20 yeors" !! • Lukowski i6QleimQn Outside Nevodo 1-800-871-7985 GOVERNMENT FORECLOSED HOMES, pennies on the $1. Repo's, VA. HUD. Sheriff sales. No money down government loans available now. Local listings. Toll free 1-800-669-2292 Ext. H-4000. RE33792 l^issionHls, 1 AC,2020 SF.3bd.,2ba. + 720SF gar., 2 carports, many extras, by owner. $185,000, 646-9405/ 645-7728. RE33410 HD-Blk. Mtn.-I time deal. View of LV'/ Mtns. 4bd., 2ba.. 1800 SF, .37 AC, frpl. Built in equity SI 0,000+, $151,900. Open House Sun. 11-3 PM Horizon to Pacific S. to Desert Rose. 598-0851 /< For all your Rl Efttatt n*ds thr* It just ona nama to call "Just call JUDY" 497-1553 1 -800-852-1726 JUDY HENKENS. cm "Sml-Cutom" 624 Arttiur' Single slory 3 Bd 2 Bth • 2 Car • 2 Master Bedroom $139,900 or $35K dovm ft $969fTKimh "Aaaumabl*" 1033 Seclumluini('ulrt':icl\ iipKrailt'd U/-.I nv^ custom ptMil/spa. .U(>1 SI,4 IHI. .'Iia. 2lar ;;:ir.iul-dtsat lot, master /rftrcal. Somt lily views! \1:K\ MOTIV \TKl): VUIMNKI. -SUNRISE MT.•l70IIAI./.\( 2I.<7SK,.UI. 2lia.7.'!vl5ll(H.K\ park,2(ar jjar, dated t'onini.. |Mt!. wlrfall. iV rs Siiiiiu I ull *^-MvHd Vii: Priial('2nd liilrnt. H/srp. t'lilranci'. 2 rar (laru^f. (int sidiis KA'. tiiial. f (iniiiMTiial si/i'! \ Kti-at find! $22'>.'>IKI iHK. •H41 KOItlNSdV ISI.akc lit-M inln i-slatc H/iniomc yii-ldinij property! f'listom kilclicn, 4l2li .SF inci scp I t>d eiii'st hoiisr lliat is drlai lii'd & scir-innlaiiu-d. 4 tid in main hnusi' w/a yi^niasli-r suitf. .t i-ar f>ar. pool/spa. tons nf up^raiU-s. 1.44'.IMKI M (,. UVt I'l I 111 () l)R-.\pprox 4IIIN)SI I'lislomliuiltfstati! In II park4ikist-liiii^. Itrratiilakiny .tftO" .IK lallt'V lews, (irt-ular dr. Home Is under i-onslriu1ion, 2 faniih rm. in tiasenii-nl w/separate entramfs. lots of (pialil> k! A MIST lot K! WKM.IKII). •770 (HRI.SriMA-4bd. 2t), l.'!4SSK2iar(;ar.hufe72xll4 lot. I.usli (ar|H'l. Must sell. Pending l-oreelmure! Act fast! •lllnl*SAII-Ba>ieiiindo, like new. 2 hd, 2 ha + den, frpl. 2 tar gar. near ptHtl. I.uke s lew. I.UXSI. tl.^K.IKM). -VACANT LAND•I4Ien, 1724 Sh, } carBar.in.VIHWRKDi TKD! •Smtl.K.llAVAM (iirnerlot. 1.^12 SK, 2 hd. 2 ha, hiige game rm. new carpet, mose in n'adv. RKI)((H)$l27.*(n •Wt* MI. AM KR(> • 2bd + den. kitchen nook, cov paliii.slorafie shed, lilts of KV park. VVII.I. ((INSIDKKI.KASKoniON. $152.11011. •WMT.AMKR<>\VAV-I.150 sr. 2 M.open R/<) svs. All apph. Kuilt-in desk. I.Ull den, fomial din.SIM.WOMOTIVATKI). -LEWIS GOLF COURSE HOMES•15*9 BKF.NTWOOI) l)R.tMIR sr. 4 bd. pris hackvd. lt2llf>anierTn. KV park..Vr far. lOHtlJOIol.rov palio.pool. stain fft&i, Krmch dmin, 2 (as frpls. SO Ml ( H MORK! .t25.otin. •1603 RKRMIDA Dl NES2lllSF,4l>d..*rar|Ear, innil25 lot. RV park, barks up In foU royrse. Hirdlv liicd in. MOBF.I, PFIRFKCT $.M2_100 -BUSINESS OfWMITUNITY•711 Rl SSKI.iyMT. VISTAMorlt & manafr yoriiini7-l 1. .Sk>ls on site. SI 4liM>. • • CaH for Mo. sSandra Deubler 271-3277 TollFr((l-88S-2r7-042 FOR SALE • TERMS AVAIIADIE COMMERCIAL BUILDING & WAREHOUSE PLUS MINI STORAGE UNITS In Boulder City 6 Unifs in front plus mini storage units in hacl; plus warehouse Commercial Light Industrial Mar\ufacturing Warehouse • Ur;iti 56,6 Two S107 OHico/Vvurehouse w/$i-iop Area and Sloroye Lc!l • 2200 (f Sq Ft Toini Units 84+ft • 120Q |V/-1 Sq .Ftj 3'Bedroom 2 Ball-' Apartment Goroge • Un'itv 78,9 700 (+/•! 5q ft 1 Bedroom. ? Boi.h Apartment, w/500 (+/) Sq ft Garage • Unit W-2520|+/lSq ft.Iotal Areo* l.Bedroc'-v 2 BalH Apartment'Ret Room • Handball Court • Unifl21900 (+/-15q'-Ft Mini jtuio^ Units &V/afehouse Common o'coi included (xi'ed porliinq starA'nvi '.-niks, G^pKn't ap'ons, driveways and nunrfscopng Duildings ore 6 years old totol square footage is approximately 12,000 (+/-) sellers will consider terms, priced below appraisal Ontu9( MoneyWorld ij^M Call Danny Gennette >^ 21 (702) 873 2443^ MJUAI HM)S1.(, I'PORTUNII > (AJODARWIINI'S p^^^'V-i 1524 NEVADA HWY. II BOULDKR CITY, NV. I—J I 1 293-3996 Custom home overlooking lake—4 Bedrooms, 3 baths, lots of extras, t Reduced to $229,000. Owner will ^ help finance. Darwin Bible Boulder Square Condo—best view in area. 2 bedroom, 1 bath. Reduced to $74,500, Lake Mountain Estates at its finest. Like new 2 bedroom, 2 bath w/den. 782 SF garage. Panoramic view of lake from deck. Reduced to $152,000 and owner will help finance. Older Boulder City location near schools. Completely restored. 1835 SF., Spacious rooms, huge lot w/alley access. Lots of room for big family. Detached garage. $159,000. Owner will help finance. Complete estate liquidations!!! Real estate and personal property. We also do personal property estate appraisals. 20th year in business. VEHICLES VEHICLES VEHICLES VEHICLES VEHICLES VEHICLES In Celebration of this month's "NASCAR" Race, we're out to sell 400 vehicles Buy any NEW or USED vehicle and receive a % 100 CIFT CERTIFICA TE Good toward automotive apparel d accessory items from the Ford Country Parts Pro Shop ^\. New '98 Ranger XLT 120 RANGERS AVAILABLE 13 AT THIS PAYMENT Air Conditioning • Sliding Rear Window • AM/FM Cassette 88 Dual Air Bags • Tinted Glass • Deep Dish Aluminum Wheels per mo. )lus tax !4 mos. Air Conditionirig Power Windows V-6 Power Power Locks Dual Air Bags AM/FM Cassette Tilt Wheel New '98 Taurus LX $25988 per mo. lus tax 6 mos. 60 TAURUS AVAILABLE 9 AT THIS PAYMENT New '98 Ranger XLT SuperCab i88 • Air Conditioning • Dual Air Bags • Sliding Rear Window • Tinted Glass • AM/FM Cassette • Deep Dish Aluminum Wheels 3 "^M ^# ^2oO P^r mo ^O^ ^lustax 120 RANGERS AVAILABLE 20 AT THIS PAYMENT HURRY IN FOR THE BEST SELECTION ON THESE PRE OWNED SPECIAL PURCHASE" VEHICLES STILL UNDER FACTORY WARRANTY 97 FORD THUNDERBIRD LX Automatic, 3.8L V-6 Engine, A/C, P/W, P/L, P/S, AM/FM Cassette, 15" Alum. Wheels, Tilt, Cru Starting at SAVE OVER $6,000 SAVE OVER $8,500 98 FORD WINDSTAR CL Automatic, 3.8L V-6 Engine, Power Windows & Locks, Tilt, Cruise, AM/FM Cassette, Front & Rear Air. Starting at HAVE YOU DRIVEN A FORD LATELY? ^UNWS W Do Is DrfvMi By You 280 N. GIBSON RD. S66-F0RD (3673) VALLEY AUTO MALL OFF U.S. 95 ON GIBSON RD. BETWEEN SUNSET RD. AND LAKE MEAD DR. SE HABLA ESPANOL MUSTANG SALLY S DINER INSIDE Subjetl to prior sole On opproved crdit P(u kw, $99dos 0coihdownplu$ 1.000 • ebote Tolol due at inception J28includti 1 mo prrt jecuf ity dep and ton Total pmti S5133 LEV $9 691 Tourin tX #5292 lcow36rTvn 0 cosh down plut 117S0 rebate Total due $820 mcludei 1i> mo pmt, isc dip ku Toiolpmt, $10011 IEV$9050 RongerS/C#4656 leoie24rrKH OcaihdownplutSlCOOrabale Total diie S721 mcludet lit mo pmt, lec, 6f> tax Tntol ptnh $6161 lfV$110U REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE Coldwell Banker Premier BC Contemporary SW Estalel Hilltop views, private setting, approx. 7000 SF & guest house, soaring ceilings, Persian tnatble & granite ttiroughout, gourmet kitctien, exercise rm., observation deck, pool & spa, $1,967,000. Call lor appt. O'BRIEN GROUP ag^12 ,7452 RESiDErrnAJL COMMERCIAL ar LAIND PROPERTY MANAOEMErrr -We Hake House Calls' NEW HOME INFORMATION and BUYER'S REPRESENTATION (Including Lake Las Vagai) Pmptrtv of Iht week Spanish-style 2 story, 3 Bedrooms, 2-1/2 Baths. Room for RV or expansion. Full covered patio w/ardies & latticed enclosure. Washer & Dryer included. Lots of extras. Only $129,900! Knapp Realty—566-8185 627 So. Boulder Hwy., Handercon, NV 89015 l-j-j-j (Acrosa from Smith's Shopping Canter) Outside or nevada: 1^00-209-2678 RENTALS Spanish Steps, 2 bdrm., 2 bath, ofTice & den, 2nd flr., pool, $850. Lake Teirace Condo, 3 bdrm., 2 bath, 2 car gar., lake view $1100. Home w/3 bdrm., 2 bath, 2 car gar., fenced yard, $1250. Home w/3 bdrm., 1 bath, 1 car gar., $850. DICK BLAIR REALTY 293-2171 FOR ALL YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDS... Call Henderson's #1 Real Estate Team BRENDA BIRD GRI, CRS Lifetinrie Henderson Resident 564-1127 WENDY WILLIAMS 378-1689 OnMlfe JR Realty Over $125 Million in Sales 30 years combined Real Estate experience! •The DYNAMIC DUO Sells Homesl" Delia's Ses+ Suys Success Without Limils ^ KEUER WILLIAMS REALTY *** |N0 QUALIFYING ON THESE HOME| *** an3 Sellers w/Pay all closing costs for Buyers EATUW PAYHENTS HINnd HlHi BEHIND on PAYUFWTS 4l)drm. 4 bdrm. LEASE OPTION 4bdm. CnUMERCIAL 4txlnn. honw BflAI SKrifictd 4 bdrm., 2 itory w/grg, liati l RV-boal, 2200 H1" cul(J0-UC. corntr let w/btckyird Kens, firtplacc. sap. Iiv7 tint rms.. toftnal dining, 10 min. trom lakt. S20,OX dn. Tails ovsr psymsnts %sn mo. or new loan w/l4,3Q0 dn. SMO mo. 675 Gltmireod Ct., Htndsrson. t700 sq. ft., hugs Ia4 w/watsftafl ft pond, built in barbacua, cov. patio, 2 ba., slab lor RV-boit. firaplaca, nao kKchan 1 Saart siding, 7 min. from lake. $5,000 dn. Taka ovtr paymants. (TOO mo. or naw loan S570O dn., $750 mo. 130 Kola Handafson. t600s(V ft., 2 ba., Mg tot, ftncad, nawar country kitcltanw/ island, 7 min. from laka. $8,000 dn., taka ovar paymants or nn loan. $5,750 dn., $a00 mo.. 2*5 Tonaloa, Handsraon. 1-story, no (iualifyir>g. t755sq. ft., big lot. walk to scbooli/ shopping. $5,000 dn., $000 mo. 2,000 sq. ft., 3 car garaga, coolad w/sink, 1 acra fancvd. Conimarclal across strsat t basida No qualifying loan, ownaf iM^carry w/S3S,0QO dn.. $1295 mo. or naw loan. 125.000 da. $1400 mo.. N.W araa. 2 ft. Maium cabin cruisar. 1904.350 Marcury. fully loadad w/privala bathroom w/ttnk ft showar, kitchan w/sink. stova t fridga. $20,000 or bast oltai. I'LL PAY FOR THE APPRAISAL/HOME WARRANTY/ Donate $250 to local Elementary School. when you buy or sell a home or land thru me Put an energetic, personable, multi-million dollar, go-getter producer to work for you. HIRE ME TODAY!!! Call Delia at 565-3852 Country Uving With City Amenities—Over 2200 sq/rt home with four bedrooms. Large living room, plus separate family room. Half acre lot offers space for play and RV parking. A best buy at $179,900. Pride of Ownership Home! Master bedroom/ bath opposite from 2 & 3 bedrooms for privacy. Large living room, tile coaiters, tile kitchen floor. Great curb appeal &'nifty yard. A real steal at $109,990. Reduced-Reduced-Reduced—Price slashed, owner ready to move, 3 bedrooms, 2 car garage, tile roof, seller will help with buyers cost, $134,900. Don't lose out, Call NOW! Nice Home 2 possible 4 bedroom in Canyon Country*" 1560 sqm, 1 story, 2 car garage, built in 1995. Take the time to call on this one! Room To Roam!! Gorgeous custom home In prestigious section 19! Single story, 5 bedrooms, 2258 sqm, huge half acre comer lot, zoned for horses! Formal living & dining rooms & separate family room! $163,500. BMuty, Warmth & Valuel Gorgeous custom home w/unobstructed view of Black Mtn. GoH Course! 3 bedroom, 2 full bath, 1885 sqm, bright, open floor plan w/formal living & dining rooms, large master bedroom. $149,999. in US HOP YOU CALL HENDERSON HOME S 564-6546^ £i 101 E. Horizon Dr. Locally Owned *C4OWCeiS HHORTt^OWfTW OIWWH) *M0 0WHA1W REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE Boulder City Minutes from Las Vegas Worlds apart in life style I, The Choice is Yours • T rxJLlly I Real Estate Guide in this paper or REAL ESTATE For sale by owner, 3 bd., 2 ba., 2 car gar., nice neighborhood in HD, lg. corner lot, like new, $110,000, call for appt. 568-1075/455-7932. REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL ResVComm'!, Henderson G. Rigdon Eve, 565-6143 Call for one from any of your local brokers ANCHOR REALTY 293-5757 1497 NEVADA HWY 800 842-0520 BC ADOBE REALTY 293-1707 1310 NEVADA HWY 00-553-08l CENTURY 2 1 Bclder Da. Real.v 293-4663 1664 NEVADA HWY 800-228-8.358 DESERT SUN REALTY 293-2151 1000 NEVADA HWY 833 NEVADA HWY L DICK BLAIR REALTY 293-2171 80n-S2>89lfl 293-6014 800-962-3548 294-1500 SSS-kEDMTS! HYDE REALTY I32S ARIZONA STREET RED MTN. REALTY 1647 NEVADA HWY VEHICLES VEHICLES VEHICLES BOATS & RVs 86 Toyota Dolphin RV, 21' long, like new, only 36,000 mi., fully self contained. Asking $10,500, call 294-6294. BR33588 1972 22 ft. Prowler travel trailer. Good condition. Double bed $1500.2931307. BR33736 Doxed Ads 8o per column inch per issue LAND FOR SALE LAND SALE! 90 Ac$49,900 winter liauidation. Owner selling Idaho ranch land between Snake & Salmon Rivers, near Hells Canyon Rec. Area & millions of acres of nat'l. forest. Rolling terrain, spectacular views! Power, phone, excellent financing. Rare opp'ty. don't miss out! Call now 208-839-2501. MC33802 •••••••ffSfffi BOATS & RVs 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 VEHICLES VEHICLES BOATS & RVs 1996 Four Winds, Class C nrrotor home, 13,000 mi., never cool
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f" • ^ • II ^^^^"^^ OB Page 20 Henderson Home News Tuesday, February 10, 1998 Tuesday, February 10,1998 Henderson Honie News Page 21 STEEL BUILDINGS and BUILDING MATERIALS STEEL BLDGS.'^Save 1,000's with fac. specials on indus. shops & storage units if ordered by 2/ 28, call Al, 702-646-4170. MC33498 STEEL BUILDINGS SALE: 30x40x10, $4,594; 40x60x14, $8,155; 50x75x14, $11,195; 50x100x16, $14,953; 60x100x16, $17,603. Mini-storage buildings, 30x160, 32 units, $13,944. Free brochures. Sentinel Buildings, 800-327-0790, Extension 79. MC33804 ALL STEEL BUILDINGS Factory Blowout! 1-8'60-973-3366 REAL ESTATE INCOME PROPERTY, 2 homes: 2 bd., 1 ba. & 1 bd., 1 ba., indiv. fenced yd., quiet area, close to all shopping & schools, owner will carry first, $1100/mo. income, 2941422. NO REALTORS, $135,000. RE33694 House for sale by owner, 2bd., 1 ba., new kitchen, hardwood floors, detached gar., 612 California St., BC, $117,500 OBO,, ., 2.93-0789. 4 bd..w/cov. RV park & over 1800 SF, 2 car gar., Gr. flag pole lined street. Beautiful neighborlhood. Tile roof. Gr rm., Ivrm. w/ huge kitchen & all bdrms. are huge. Asking $185,000. MLS #49202. Call 733-7653. RE 33307 Open House, Wed. 2/1 f. 11-4, 1203 San Edardo Ave. Space! Space! Mission Hills beautiful custom home on Ig. lot. Detach gar. w/workshop. Sep. guest house, Equest. stalls, cov. patio & more. A must see! $224,900. Take 95 So. exit College, turn R, L on Mission, R on San Jucinto, L on San Edardo. Joel Zenner, Century 21 Henderson Realty, 5663194. RE33752 STEEL BUILDINGS and BUILDING AflATERIALS STEEL BUILDINGS CLEARANCE SALE. Best Price in West! 1800-973-3366. MC33803 STORAGE UNITS For rent. 10x20 & 20x20 storage unit. 293-1135 VACATION RENTALS Ski Brian Head, UT, Ig. condo, 3 bds., 2 master, frpl., Jacuzzi, sleeps 8, $95 week nights, $135 weekends, $175 Holidays, 294-2320. VR33308 COMMERCIAL SALES Rare CM Zoning in BC, new 4700 SF masonry bidg., $300,000, 2932202. MC33370 REAL ESTATE LAKE MOUNTAIN ESTATES 1993 Silvercrest, 2bd., 2 ba. storage shed. Quret cul-de-sac. $125,000. GINGERWOOD PARK 1977 Gibraltor. 2 bd., 1 ba. Backs up to desert $24,500. Call Nancy at DICK BLAIR REALTY : 293-2171, RE33526 ; BC 3 bd., 2 ba., home j on 100x100 lot, across I from BC Golf Course. Features Ip, 3 car gar., pool/spa, $187,500. Call : 768-601 1/248-6199 owner Lie. Broker/Sales ; in NV. RE33631 BARGAIN HOMES. Thousands of Govern, ment foreclosed and re| possessed properties being liquidated this ; month! Call for local listi ings' 1-800-501-1777 I ext. 3399, RE33789 REAL ESTATE PVH Real Estate, Inc. has 1 of the largest selections of commercial & residential lots, mobile homes, Ig. acreage, home & income property inPahrump, 1-70 2-7270445. RE26849 Own Your Own Home Now! No down payment on Miles materials. Innovative construction financing. Call Miles Homes, today, 1-800343-2884, ext. L HD Townsite You name it, its been done. I\^as. bd. w/retreat -t2 bds., 1-1/2 ba., 59'x137'lot. 592,900, Jan Liebert, Knapp Realty 566-8185/222-5933 Sunday tour of homes. Tour up to 6 homes! No hassle, .no pressure, call 458-1585 & enter ID No. 1189 to hear feobcded information for this Sunday's tour Talk to ntj agent, tour changes every week Cathy Bittinger, Century 21 MoneyWorld DON'T 2ND GUESS The next time you have to make a decision regarding SellLng or Purchasing Real Estate! Put 35 years of real estate experience to work for you. Ca//Duane G. Laubach ORB, CRS, GRI Realtor-Broker I568-(REAL)7325 iHenderson Realty Inc. Cel. 378-6352 IB Water street $100,000,000 in Sales ^ #1 RE/MAX Selling Agent In HonOerson When youre thinking ol buying or selling a home, you'll wani Ihe transaction to proceed swiftly and etficienlly. That's why you should look tor a real estate professional with special expertise in listing. • "' selling, investment and taxes Someone with a proven record ct experience Someone you can trust That someone IS a Certified Residential Specialist (CRS). your best choice in real estate. ^^^ Call Dave Berard, Broker/Associate ^JJ^ a., RE/MAX SUNSET REALTY *^" • Broker/G H 10 CRS A (702)566-6700 (i4* a. CSk/ COUNTRY LIVING SI 55,000 Newly remodeled tiome on 116x135 lot. 7 1/2 Tons of ground mounted heat & air 2 yrs. new. Tile & parquet flooring. 3 bd., 2 ba. Custom cabinets. 2 wood-burning frpls. & spa under cov. patio. Very Ig. laundry rm. Gar. separately cooled Ask for Dave/Larry at RE/MAX Sunset 736-1333 Want REAL ESTATE FACTS? Call LARRY SHAFFER at RE/MAX Sunset Realty 736-1333 Home 565-4100 Cozy 1148 sf 3 bedroom condo S84,900 Superb Ranch home 2159 sf $155,000 Upgraded Golf course 5 bedroom $279,900 Rancho/Torrey Pines 1/2 acre lot $145,000 Lowest Priced Condo in The Colony" $82,900 REAL ESTATE Highland Hills in HD for sale by owner, 3 bd., 2 ba., w/offiCe, 1840 SF, $125,000, beautiful houses, vd. w/pool. 5668965. RE31118 Adve.rtise Free on the Internet to millions of home buyers. Homes-Mart 294-2428 C^nlui^ m Henderson Realty, Inc. ig Watr StrMi Htndtrson. NV8da SWIS THINKING OF SELLING „ ;;:: YOUR HOME? ^gg can JANET PERRY Working for you the seller! Specializing in Marketing Henderson. Townsite & Sub #2 Homes I WONT LIST YOUR HOME & FORGET ABOUT YOU! 564-2515 Office 495-3637 Pager Each onico Is Indspandanlly Owned and Oparntad tjij REAL ESTATE PAHRUMP FIXER ON 2.5 ACRES $45,000. Gr. value. Single wide on 2.5 AC. Gr. area, loads of privacy. Well, septic & power already on lot. Financing avail. OAG. $45,000. NEW NV. REALTY 727-8522. RE32635 REAL ESTATE A NATIONAL MOBILE HOME finance company has 2, 3 & 4 BR single and multi-section Bank Repos. Great Rates, easy qualify and transfer of payments. Terms negotiable or make cash offer. Free call 1-800651-4625. Ext. 911. 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 EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY We're here to serve you Henderson 564-3333 mREAL ESTATE BC-3bd.,2ba.,spa,9ak cab. in kitn., like tiew thruout, corner lot, block wall, 2cargar., very delightful home. Asking $167,500, call 294-6294. Thousands below appraised value. Seller will pay 2 point toward closing cost. COMPLETELY REMODELED 3 bd., 2 ba., pool w/spa$179,500 4irm 294-4150 REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE Thinking of Selling j^ or Purchasing Real Estate in the Valley? Call 568-5558 Henderson Valley Realty Inc. 1 09 S. Water St., Henderson (odjocent fo Donk of Americo Building) Bob "Luke" "Volley Proud for over 20 yeors" !! • Lukowski i6QleimQn Outside Nevodo 1-800-871-7985 GOVERNMENT FORECLOSED HOMES, pennies on the $1. Repo's, VA. HUD. Sheriff sales. No money down government loans available now. Local listings. Toll free 1-800-669-2292 Ext. H-4000. RE33792 l^issionHls, 1 AC,2020 SF.3bd.,2ba. + 720SF gar., 2 carports, many extras, by owner. $185,000, 646-9405/ 645-7728. RE33410 HD-Blk. Mtn.-I time deal. View of LV'/ Mtns. 4bd., 2ba.. 1800 SF, .37 AC, frpl. Built in equity SI 0,000+, $151,900. Open House Sun. 11-3 PM Horizon to Pacific S. to Desert Rose. 598-0851 /< For all your Rl Efttatt n*ds thr* It just ona nama to call "Just call JUDY" 497-1553 1 -800-852-1726 JUDY HENKENS. cm "Sml-Cutom" 624 Arttiur' Single slory 3 Bd 2 Bth • 2 Car • 2 Master Bedroom $139,900 or $35K dovm ft $969fTKimh "Aaaumabl*" 1033 Seclumluini('ulrt':icl\ iipKrailt'd U/-.I nv^ custom ptMil/spa. .U(>1 SI,4 IHI. .'Iia. 2lar ;;:ir.iul-dtsat lot, master /rftrcal. Somt lily views! \1:K\ MOTIV \TKl): VUIMNKI. -SUNRISE MT.•l70IIAI./.\( 2I.<7SK,.UI. 2lia.7.'!vl5ll(H.K\ park,2(ar jjar, dated t'onini.. |Mt!. wlrfall. iV rs Siiiiiu I ull *^-MvHd Vii: Priial('2nd liilrnt. H/srp. t'lilranci'. 2 rar (laru^f. (int sidiis KA'. tiiial. f (iniiiMTiial si/i'! \ Kti-at find! $22'>.'>IKI iHK. •H41 KOItlNSdV ISI.akc lit-M inln i-slatc H/iniomc yii-ldinij property! f'listom kilclicn, 4l2li .SF inci scp I t>d eiii'st hoiisr lliat is drlai lii'd & scir-innlaiiu-d. 4 tid in main hnusi' w/a yi^niasli-r suitf. .t i-ar f>ar. pool/spa. tons nf up^raiU-s. 1.44'.IMKI M (,. UVt I'l I 111 () l)R-.\pprox 4IIIN)SI I'lislomliuiltfstati! In II park4ikist-liiii^. Itrratiilakiny .tftO" .IK lallt'V lews, (irt-ular dr. Home Is under i-onslriu1ion, 2 faniih rm. in tiasenii-nl w/separate entramfs. lots of (pialil> k! A MIST lot K! WKM.IKII). •770 (HRI.SriMA-4bd. 2t), l.'!4SSK2iar(;ar.hufe72xll4 lot. I.usli (ar|H'l. Must sell. Pending l-oreelmure! Act fast! •lllnl*SAII-Ba>ieiiindo, like new. 2 hd, 2 ha + den, frpl. 2 tar gar. near ptHtl. I.uke s lew. I.UXSI. tl.^K.IKM). -VACANT LAND•I4Ien, 1724 Sh, } carBar.in.VIHWRKDi TKD! •Smtl.K.llAVAM (iirnerlot. 1.^12 SK, 2 hd. 2 ha, hiige game rm. new carpet, mose in n'adv. RKI)((H)$l27.*(n •Wt* MI. AM KR(> • 2bd + den. kitchen nook, cov paliii.slorafie shed, lilts of KV park. VVII.I. ((INSIDKKI.KASKoniON. $152.11011. •WMT.AMKR<>\VAV-I.150 sr. 2 M.open R/<) svs. All apph. Kuilt-in desk. I.Ull den, fomial din.SIM.WOMOTIVATKI). -LEWIS GOLF COURSE HOMES•15*9 BKF.NTWOOI) l)R.tMIR sr. 4 bd. pris hackvd. lt2llf>anierTn. KV park..Vr far. lOHtlJOIol.rov palio.pool. stain fft&i, Krmch dmin, 2 (as frpls. SO Ml ( H MORK! .t25.otin. •1603 RKRMIDA Dl NES2lllSF,4l>d..*rar|Ear, innil25 lot. RV park, barks up In foU royrse. Hirdlv liicd in. MOBF.I, PFIRFKCT $.M2_100 -BUSINESS OfWMITUNITY•711 Rl SSKI.iyMT. VISTAMorlt & manafr yoriiini7-l 1. .Sk>ls on site. SI 4liM>. • • CaH for Mo. sSandra Deubler 271-3277 TollFr((l-88S-2r7-042 FOR SALE • TERMS AVAIIADIE COMMERCIAL BUILDING & WAREHOUSE PLUS MINI STORAGE UNITS In Boulder City 6 Unifs in front plus mini storage units in hacl; plus warehouse Commercial Light Industrial Mar\ufacturing Warehouse • Ur;iti 56,6 Two S107 OHico/Vvurehouse w/$i-iop Area and Sloroye Lc!l • 2200 (f Sq Ft Toini Units 84+ft • 120Q |V/-1 Sq .Ftj 3'Bedroom 2 Ball-' Apartment Goroge • Un'itv 78,9 700 (+/•! 5q ft 1 Bedroom. ? Boi.h Apartment, w/500 (+/) Sq ft Garage • Unit W-2520|+/lSq ft.Iotal Areo* l.Bedroc'-v 2 BalH Apartment'Ret Room • Handball Court • Unifl21900 (+/-15q'-Ft Mini jtuio^ Units &V/afehouse Common o'coi included (xi'ed porliinq starA'nvi '.-niks, G^pKn't ap'ons, driveways and nunrfscopng Duildings ore 6 years old totol square footage is approximately 12,000 (+/-) sellers will consider terms, priced below appraisal Ontu9( MoneyWorld ij^M Call Danny Gennette >^ 21 (702) 873 2443^ MJUAI HM)S1.(, I'PORTUNII > (AJODARWIINI'S p^^^'V-i 1524 NEVADA HWY. II BOULDKR CITY, NV. I—J I 1 293-3996 Custom home overlooking lake—4 Bedrooms, 3 baths, lots of extras, t Reduced to $229,000. Owner will ^ help finance. Darwin Bible Boulder Square Condo—best view in area. 2 bedroom, 1 bath. Reduced to $74,500, Lake Mountain Estates at its finest. Like new 2 bedroom, 2 bath w/den. 782 SF garage. Panoramic view of lake from deck. Reduced to $152,000 and owner will help finance. Older Boulder City location near schools. Completely restored. 1835 SF., Spacious rooms, huge lot w/alley access. Lots of room for big family. Detached garage. $159,000. Owner will help finance. Complete estate liquidations!!! Real estate and personal property. We also do personal property estate appraisals. 20th year in business. VEHICLES VEHICLES VEHICLES VEHICLES VEHICLES VEHICLES In Celebration of this month's "NASCAR" Race, we're out to sell 400 vehicles Buy any NEW or USED vehicle and receive a % 100 CIFT CERTIFICA TE Good toward automotive apparel d accessory items from the Ford Country Parts Pro Shop ^\. New '98 Ranger XLT 120 RANGERS AVAILABLE 13 AT THIS PAYMENT Air Conditioning • Sliding Rear Window • AM/FM Cassette 88 Dual Air Bags • Tinted Glass • Deep Dish Aluminum Wheels per mo. )lus tax !4 mos. Air Conditionirig Power Windows V-6 Power Power Locks Dual Air Bags AM/FM Cassette Tilt Wheel New '98 Taurus LX $25988 per mo. lus tax 6 mos. 60 TAURUS AVAILABLE 9 AT THIS PAYMENT New '98 Ranger XLT SuperCab i88 • Air Conditioning • Dual Air Bags • Sliding Rear Window • Tinted Glass • AM/FM Cassette • Deep Dish Aluminum Wheels 3 "^M ^# ^2oO P^r mo ^O^ ^lustax 120 RANGERS AVAILABLE 20 AT THIS PAYMENT HURRY IN FOR THE BEST SELECTION ON THESE PRE OWNED SPECIAL PURCHASE" VEHICLES STILL UNDER FACTORY WARRANTY 97 FORD THUNDERBIRD LX Automatic, 3.8L V-6 Engine, A/C, P/W, P/L, P/S, AM/FM Cassette, 15" Alum. Wheels, Tilt, Cru Starting at SAVE OVER $6,000 SAVE OVER $8,500 98 FORD WINDSTAR CL Automatic, 3.8L V-6 Engine, Power Windows & Locks, Tilt, Cruise, AM/FM Cassette, Front & Rear Air. Starting at HAVE YOU DRIVEN A FORD LATELY? ^UNWS W Do Is DrfvMi By You 280 N. GIBSON RD. S66-F0RD (3673) VALLEY AUTO MALL OFF U.S. 95 ON GIBSON RD. BETWEEN SUNSET RD. AND LAKE MEAD DR. SE HABLA ESPANOL MUSTANG SALLY S DINER INSIDE Subjetl to prior sole On opproved crdit P(u kw, $99dos 0coihdownplu$ 1.000 • ebote Tolol due at inception J28includti 1 mo prrt jecuf ity dep and ton Total pmti S5133 LEV $9 691 Tourin tX #5292 lcow36rTvn 0 cosh down plut 117S0 rebate Total due $820 mcludei 1i> mo pmt, isc dip ku Toiolpmt, $10011 IEV$9050 RongerS/C#4656 leoie24rrKH OcaihdownplutSlCOOrabale Total diie S721 mcludet lit mo pmt, lec, 6f> tax Tntol ptnh $6161 lfV$110U REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE Coldwell Banker Premier BC Contemporary SW Estalel Hilltop views, private setting, approx. 7000 SF & guest house, soaring ceilings, Persian tnatble & granite ttiroughout, gourmet kitctien, exercise rm., observation deck, pool & spa, $1,967,000. Call lor appt. O'BRIEN GROUP ag^12 ,7452 RESiDErrnAJL COMMERCIAL ar LAIND PROPERTY MANAOEMErrr -We Hake House Calls' NEW HOME INFORMATION and BUYER'S REPRESENTATION (Including Lake Las Vagai) Pmptrtv of Iht week Spanish-style 2 story, 3 Bedrooms, 2-1/2 Baths. Room for RV or expansion. Full covered patio w/ardies & latticed enclosure. Washer & Dryer included. Lots of extras. Only $129,900! Knapp Realty—566-8185 627 So. Boulder Hwy., Handercon, NV 89015 l-j-j-j (Acrosa from Smith's Shopping Canter) Outside or nevada: 1^00-209-2678 RENTALS Spanish Steps, 2 bdrm., 2 bath, ofTice & den, 2nd flr., pool, $850. Lake Teirace Condo, 3 bdrm., 2 bath, 2 car gar., lake view $1100. Home w/3 bdrm., 2 bath, 2 car gar., fenced yard, $1250. Home w/3 bdrm., 1 bath, 1 car gar., $850. DICK BLAIR REALTY 293-2171 FOR ALL YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDS... Call Henderson's #1 Real Estate Team BRENDA BIRD GRI, CRS Lifetinrie Henderson Resident 564-1127 WENDY WILLIAMS 378-1689 OnMlfe JR Realty Over $125 Million in Sales 30 years combined Real Estate experience! •The DYNAMIC DUO Sells Homesl" Delia's Ses+ Suys Success Without Limils ^ KEUER WILLIAMS REALTY *** |N0 QUALIFYING ON THESE HOME| *** an3 Sellers w/Pay all closing costs for Buyers EATUW PAYHENTS HINnd HlHi BEHIND on PAYUFWTS 4l)drm. 4 bdrm. LEASE OPTION 4bdm. CnUMERCIAL 4txlnn. honw BflAI SKrifictd 4 bdrm., 2 itory w/grg, liati l RV-boal, 2200 H1" cul(J0-UC. corntr let w/btckyird Kens, firtplacc. sap. Iiv7 tint rms.. toftnal dining, 10 min. trom lakt. S20,OX dn. Tails ovsr psymsnts %sn mo. or new loan w/l4,3Q0 dn. SMO mo. 675 Gltmireod Ct., Htndsrson. t700 sq. ft., hugs Ia4 w/watsftafl ft pond, built in barbacua, cov. patio, 2 ba., slab lor RV-boit. firaplaca, nao kKchan 1 Saart siding, 7 min. from lake. $5,000 dn. Taka ovtr paymants. (TOO mo. or naw loan S570O dn., $750 mo. 130 Kola Handafson. t600s(V ft., 2 ba., Mg tot, ftncad, nawar country kitcltanw/ island, 7 min. from laka. $8,000 dn., taka ovar paymants or nn loan. $5,750 dn., $a00 mo.. 2*5 Tonaloa, Handsraon. 1-story, no (iualifyir>g. t755sq. ft., big lot. walk to scbooli/ shopping. $5,000 dn., $000 mo. 2,000 sq. ft., 3 car garaga, coolad w/sink, 1 acra fancvd. Conimarclal across strsat t basida No qualifying loan, ownaf iM^carry w/S3S,0QO dn.. $1295 mo. or naw loan. 125.000 da. $1400 mo.. N.W araa. 2 ft. Maium cabin cruisar. 1904.350 Marcury. fully loadad w/privala bathroom w/ttnk ft showar, kitchan w/sink. stova t fridga. $20,000 or bast oltai. I'LL PAY FOR THE APPRAISAL/HOME WARRANTY/ Donate $250 to local Elementary School. when you buy or sell a home or land thru me Put an energetic, personable, multi-million dollar, go-getter producer to work for you. HIRE ME TODAY!!! 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mmmm Page 22 Henderson Home News Tuesday, February 10, 1998 FEBRUARY A Rich Heritage • A lirifilit Future 1998 McCaw School of Mines and BMI: Working Together to Educate Students Boeing and TIMET officials recently "inked" Boeing's ten-year contract with TIMET Pictured from left are Robert Ecker, director of procurement for Boeing: Landls Martfn, chairman and CEO, TIMET; Gerald Kearns. vice president and general manager of Boeing's materials division; and Andrew Dixie, president and COO. TIMET. TINIET Signs Long-tenn Contract Witii Boding In November, the world's largest manufacturer of titanium signed a 10-year contract with Boeing Co., supplying the commercial airline group and its suppliers with titanium products. The contract calls for TIMET to provide a minimum of 1{W( of Boeing's annual titanium needs, depending on Boeing's requirements each yeaf. Shipments have already begun, but are not expected to reach planned volume levels until 1999. "Timet has worked diligently to earn the trust and respect Boeing has given us," said John .Sanderson, Timet's plant manager. "This a great thing for TIMET, our employees, and the community-at-large. We are up to the challenge." Alter analyzing the world-wide titanium supply and the titanium market's ever-changing prices, Boeing sought a new way ol doing business. Over time, the long-term contract with TIMET should stabilize and reduce the cost of titanium and help Boeing to better manage its own costs and operations. According to .Sanderson, TIMET is receptive to the idea of long-term contracts with other coinpanies in the aerospace industry, as well. As the world's largest supplier of titanium metal products. TIMET is currently working on hundreds of aerospace, industrial and emerging applications. "We're confident TIMET can continue to deliver the superior product and service for which we have been known." Sanderson said. "The agreement we have with Boeing is hopelullyV just the tip of the iceberg."^ The McCaw School of Mines is a result of a huge collaborative effort between the community, corporations, and the students, parents, faculty, and administration of Gordon McCaw Elementary School. The BMI companies are very proud to be associated with this project whose goal is to educate students about Nevada's second largest industry mining. Celebrating its first successful year, the McCaw School of Mines recently invited Basic Management to prepare a display room to be included in Pha.se 11 of the school. The ro9m will feature BMI's mining and mineral related companies in Henderson. "We are pleased and honored to have received this invitation," said Dan Stewart, BMI president. "BMI will continue to be a great supporter of the school. We believe it is important to generate interest in mining and showcase opportunities available in the mining industry."" Since iLs beginning, BMI ha.s been a major benefactor of the McCaw School of-Mines. Chemical Lime Company, formerly Chemstar, was among the first companies to donate cash and lime for its construction. Kerr-McGee was also a contributor and donated mining equipment from its BristolMine and Castleton Mine near Pioche, Nevada. The company also provided a crane to move the equipment it donated, and unloaded and moved other equipment as needed. In addition, KerrMcGee has long been a supporter of From left, student Chad Ledbetter, Mark Van Steenhuyse of BMI, student Amanda Venticinque and State Senator Kathy Augustine celebrate the McCaw School of Mines' first anniversary. the Gordon McCaw PTA, funding various projects. When the school celebrates its fortieth birthday, TIMET will provide a titanium time capsule to house a variety of memorabilia from the schoofs archives. The company also arranged transportation of equipment to the school and provided a forklift for unloading and moving equipment throughout the mine yard. One of TIMETs most impressive contributions involved transporting 1.7 million marbles via rail. The marbles were sold to benefit the school. Employees of Pioneer Chlor Alkali assisted the McCaw fourth grade economics unit with the Kids Kard Kompany. They interviewed students who applied to be "plant managers" at the Christmas Card factories in each fourth grade classroom. This project received recognition from the Nevada State Social Studies Teachers Association. Both TIMET and Pioneer Chlor Alkali are currently providing displays at McCaw. "We are eager to have a display room at McCaw dedicated exclusively to highlighting mining companies in Henderson," said Janet Dobry, McCaw principal. ^ Henderson Alerting System Nearing Completion BIVII Plays Big Role in Launching Opportunity Village's New Henderson Campus Members of the Henderson Industrial Citizens Advisory Panel (HICAP) are continuing to facilitate progress of an alerting system designed to alert dispatchers of routine, non-routine and emergency incidences which occur within the BMI complex. The system indues a large display board which willenhance communications between the BMI plants and the City of Henderson's 911 dispatch office. According to Craig Wilkinson, TIMET plant safety manager, the board features a detailed map of 45 locations throughout the BMI plants each one indicated by a numbered light. Three different colors of lights will be used to identify routine and scheduled maintenance releases, non-scheduled but nonemergency relea.ses and releases which may pose a health and/or safety threat. "Dispatchers will now instantly be able to accurately identify the nature and location of an incident at the BMI complex." said Wilkinson. "This will not only expedite the arrival of emergency response vehicles and personnel, it will also help dispatchers to distinguish between real and non-emergencies, helping to allay public concern." Scheduled to be installed during March, the $70.(KK) alerting system is being funded by Pioneer Chlor Alakali, Co.. TIMET and KerrMcGee Chemical Corporation. A meteorological station which will provide emergency personnel with detailed weather information specific to the BMI complex is also part of the system. "The meteorological station will provide continuous infonnation on the exact wind speed and direction, humidity levels, temperature, and other weather factors present at the BMI complex," .said Wilkinson. "In the case of an emergency, this information can prove to be very valuable and significant in determining how to handle the situation."" ;^ ''iifTfliM t ;ir vir imjiiMn. 1^ tsmm^ Ip5 W'^ wm -fi The ground was ceremonially broken with an old-fashioned plow and a little help from Opportunity Village client Mark Nevin. More than five years ago. Basic Management. Inc. donated a 1.6acre' piece of property to Opportunity Village for a new Henderson campus. Just a few months ago, BMI again played a major role in helping to launch the facility by hosting a ceremonial groundbreaking for a 22,000-square-foot building to be named for the Bill Walters family. A highly regarded non-profit organization dedicated to providing work opportunities and life enrichment for the mentally disabled, Opportunity Village is eager to expand its reach with a second campus in the southeaslem valley. According to Opportunity Village executive director Ed Guthrie, the Walters Family Campus of Opportunity Village will help to meet the needs of a growing handicapped population. "'One of every ten Henderson families includes a person with mental retardation," said Guthrie. "At the same time, the needs of the Henderson business community are growing, as well. At Opportunity Village, we provide local busines.ses with affordable packaging, bulkmailing and task-oriented services while giving tho.se with mental retardation a purpose to their existence by providing work opportunities." Construction on the $3 million campus is expected to begin in March, with completion scheduled for early 1999. "Although we had already made a significant donation to Opportunity Village years earlier, it made a lot of sense for BMI, as Henderson's oldest neighbor, to welcome the city's newest neighbor," said Dan Stewart, BMI president. "We were extremely pleased to be able to increase the visibility of Opportunity Village and what the organization brings to our community especially in terms of improving the lives of the mentally disabled." ;^ Dan Stewart, BMI president, welcomes Opportunity Village to Henderson. 1997 SAFETY MILESTONES • Kerr-McGee recently achieved two maion man-hours without a lost-time indderrt from May 12,1994 to December 20,1997. Kerr-McGee received a commendation from the City of Henderson for this achievement. TIMET reached 989,710 man-hours without a lost-time incident from December 7,1996 through August 4,1997just short of the company's 1 million-hour goal. in Ju(y 1997, TIMET reconditioned an off-gas scnjbi3ir>g unit and purctvEMd and InstaNed a $160,000 back-up power generation syslem which wi help to prevent potential cNorine reteBMS during electrical powrar MufK. TIMET is currantly engineering a complex chemical monitoring ayalim which is pianrwd for inst^yiation aurrounding the plant. Upon Its aperatlon, the system wi provide factual and specific I in oaaa otf a cNorine or hydrochloric acid reieaaa. BASIC NUNAGBmr MC Basic Managemerrt Inc. is home to four nfiajor chemical and metal manufacturers, which employ more than 1,000 workers. Pioneer CMor MkaH is a major producer of chk>rine, used in a variety of products and processes including water treatnwnt, pharmaceuticals, plastics, cleaners, food processing, coemetics and paper. Kerr-McGse OianiGil LLC produces five ms^ chemicais: amrrxxiium percfiiorHls used as an oxidizer for space shuttle boosters; sodhxn perchlorate which is used to mali nmonium pen:hk)rate; manganese dkixide which is the energy source in dry osl alialna batteries; elemental boron which is uaed as ttw HMor In automobile air safety bagsi and boron triohioride used to msnufacnjre pharmapeuBcals and in the electronic industry. Tttnlum Mslali Corporation (TME1) is a major producer of titanium, a lightweight metal with a growing list of end uses, including airaafts and the aerospace industry, human body rsplacepfient parts such as hip and knee joints, automotive parts such as vah/es and spring rods, and sporting goods, such as golf dubs and tennis water system which pumps and transports water from Lake Mead. VldHy VMsy land Company, through its general partner, Baric Land Compiny, is involved in the development of more than 4,000 acres historically held by BML Baric ManagMNnt Inc. maintains and operalas the complex's power distributran system. I Ci. produces lime which is used extansivoly in the buNdhg industry for products such as stucco. Together, the BMI companies own Baric bsMkaarii^ IRC, a holdkig company, VKI tfw following three wholy-owned subsidiaries: overssss a soohiBticatad In additkxi to maintaining its status as Hendersorfi largest Industrial emptoysr, BMTi future pisns inckJde the redevekspment of the complax, itself, in an effort to twautify the araa and keep pace with the prosperous growth of Henderson. Detaiied plans fcx-this renovaHon are under acth/e development with the project scfieduisd to oommsnoe in 1906. THURSDAY February 12. 1998 Henderson, Nevada 50*f" fa' ,.ONE MAN'S VIEW MIKE O'CALLAGHAN News managing editor Paul Szydelko didn't write a Tuesday column because of his father's death. Richard Szydelko has been a resident of Henderson for the past several years and has had a close relationship with his son. No matter how old and/or mature you are, the loss of a parent brings sadness and a flood of memories. I'm sure that Paul has been thinking about those ball games he and his father had enjoyed together. Times in church and the highlights of his own life as an adult that they shared together are also in his thoughts. I was about Paul's age when friends called me in Henderson and said they had found my father's body. First there was shock and then a flood of emotions that only a son can recall when his father dies. Then there were tears as I ordered a ticket that would get me to Pasco, Wash., to arrange for his funeral. Sitting in the plane on the way to Pasco, I recalled those long hours working in the fields during the Great Depression. But then came the cool evenings as we caught trout and bathed in a nearby stream. There were also late evenings that we slapped mosquitos and built a bonfire as we fished for catfish in a cranberry marsh. Dad taught us all how to work, hunt and fish. He didn't have the opportunity to attend my high school and college football games and boxing matches because he was working. This didn't keep him from knowing exactly how good or how poorly I had competed. There was the look in his face when I came home on crutches from an Army hospital Memorial Day 1953. He knew I would have to seek different goals in life but he wasn't quite certain how 1 would do it. Neither did I. So, I know a few of the feelings Paul has been experiencing in recent days. Having known Paul for many years, I'm sure that he has provided his father with great joy over the years. His thoughts will be deep but they should be happy ones because young men like Paul are a source of great joy for their fathers. When was the last time you received a letter from a fraternal, social or lobbying group that asked you to send your assemblyman or member of Congress a thank you note? I get mail from See One Man's View Page 2 THE -RESERVE Rob Weidenfeld/News Staff BUTTERFLY WELCOME — Cynamon McCulloch of Farrington Productions helps greet guests at the opening of The Reserve Hotel and Casino on Tuesday night. Thousands flock to opening Roy Thaiss News Staff Writer A procession of conga players and well-sculptured people body-painted as animals snaked through several thousand people to kick off the VIP party for The Reserve Hotel Casino Tuesday. Dignitaries and executives from around the state were on hand for the "vine-cutting" to welcome Henderson's second resort hotel and casino, 777 Lake Mead Dr. On stage at a watering hole inside the African safari-themed casino, Craig Neilsen, president and CEO of Ameristar Casinos Inc., gave a brief history of his company which bought The Reserve property under development in September 1996. Ameristar Casinos has a strong background in the gaming and hospitality industry dating back to 1954, he explained. One of their properties. Cactus Pete's Resort Casino in Jackpot, Nev., is only one of a few Four Diamond casinos in the state of Nevada, he added. Neilsen praised designer Henry Con versa no for his exquisite detail. At every turn, vivid African scenery is highlighted — from pumas in trees to a hippopotamus soaking up the mist in front of Monsoon Mary's exotic bar. Conversano has also designed The Mirage Hotel Casino and the Lost City at Sun City Resort Hotel and Casino in Sun City, South Africa. Jeff Terp, vice president of business development, Ameristar Casinos, wasn't giving lip service when he spoke about being good community partners. Ameristar donated $50,000 to St. Jude's Ranch for Children and $50,000 to the Clark County Education Foundation. Mayor Jim Gibson pledged to continue the city's support and cooperation to The Reserve. Describing The Reserve as "the gateway to the city," Gibson said the casino will help revitalize Henderson's redevelopment area. Gibson thanked Ameristar for making Henderson a "place to call home." At 10 p.m., a spectacular fireworks show officially marked the grand opening to the public. Thousands poured in to experience the wildlife found onlv in Henderson. ^ArtFesf planned for wntown j^ II 'D.J. Allan Contributing Writer Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. And, if Henderson has its way, in May there will be about 30,000 beholders. The city of Henderson will be a title sponsor for the inaugural "ArtFest of Henderson" May 910" in "Old Town" Henderson — along Water Street and in the park area around City Hall and the Convention Center. The ArtFest will 6ffer fine art, music and food, as 175 artists from across the nation will display and sell one-of-a-kind pieces including paintings, sculptures, ceramics, wood art, fiber and jewelry. "It promises to be an eiyoyable and fun event for Henderson," said Assistant City Manager Terry Zerkle, who played a key role in bringing the event to Henderson. "One of the nice things about this kind of an event is it's really family-oriented. There will be things there for people of all ages. It's going to be nice for the entire community," Zerkle said. To make sure the event gets done right, Henderson turned to an expert. Frank Maguire, president of the Arizona-based The Events Group, Inc., will act as the festival director for "ArtFest of Henderson." Maguire has more than 25 years of experience of producing such shows and currently has annual festivals in La JoUa, Calif., Scottsdale, Tucson and Flagstaff, all in Arizona. He said Henderson — due to its rapid growth and conununity atmosphere — is a perfect fit for an annual arts show. "It's going to develop into a major cultural festival in the upcoming years," said Maguire about the event, which will be free to the public. "It's something different that the Las Vegas-area hasn't had. It brings a sense of community to the area." It also brings foot-traffic and a revamped image to downtown Henderson. "The [Henderson City] Council expressed a desire to see 'Old Town' Henderson take on an arts and cultural theme," Zerkle said. "They envision that as part of the ambiance for Water Street." Maguire said the city's desire should be fulfilled. "To make a major festival, you need an area with a certain amSaaART Page 2 Vesley memorial a silent reminder of child's, death Sharon Jackson News Staff Writer On Feb. 8, 1997, two people's lives were changed forever because of the negligence of another. Henderson residents Jerry and Patti Vesely lost their only child, Cody, to a drunk driver. She was only 11 years old. It was a Saturday at 4:30 p.m., a woman was traveling on Russell Road approaching Mountain Vista Street going 75 miles per hour in a 45 mph zone when she struck the car in which Cody was traveling, according to Jerry. Two children including Cody were ejected from the car and she died instantly. Jerry said witnesses reported the woman who caused the crash had been driving in a reckless manner miles prior to the incident. He added the driver's blood alcohol level was tested about an hour and a half after the wreck and read .08. 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