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2001-01-30 - Henderson Home News
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Henderson Haven real estate section debuts today • Proposed school budget cuts concern students, Page 3 HENDERSON HOME NEWS Henderson's Only Local Ne Tuesday, January 30, 2001 Henderson, Nevad In Brief... Candidate filing for pffice continues Three residents have filed for three municipal offices through Monday nfioming. Mayor Jim Gibson and Municipal Judge Ken Proctor have filed for re-election. Jesse Home has filed for City Council, Ward 3. Councilman Jack Clark said last week he intends to run for re-election. Candklate filing will close at 5 p.m. Friday, Feb. 2. Foothiil High to host Shaltespeare piay A touring Shakespeare company will perfomfi 'Juliius Caesar" at Foothill High Schoolat7p.m. Feb. 10. See Page 6 Burlcholder Students return from D.C. A group of Burkholder Middle School studenfs has returned from inaugural festivities in Washington, D.C. See Page 10 In Sports... Foothill boys post impressive victory The Foothill High School boys basketball team used timely free throws to post an impressive victory over Green Valley on Friday night. See Page 7 Your Neighbor... Betty Campbell Betty Campbell loves to sing. For the past six years, she has been a member of the Sweet Adelines, a nonprofit group of female singers who take thefr music all over the valley 'I like the friendship and sup' port," Campbell said, "We're a sistertiood.' Campbell moved to Henderson from New Jersey in 1968. She has five children, 10 grandchildren and five great grandchildren. Campbell loves having a big family, and has traveled all over the country, including FkMida, Idaho and Montana to visit them. 'From the time they are little, the warmth and the love are always there,' she sakj. When she's not singing or spending time with her family, Campbell enjoys reading, cross-stitching and staying in shape with water aerobics. Campbell Index 2 Deaths 5 Education 6 Sports 7 BusinaM 14 VohHM 52, Ml Edition HBC Publcattons PC Box 90430 NV.89009 (702)435-7700 OntfwWtb: www.hafldafaononlint.coin Fax: (702)434-3527 Onwa noura: ea.ni to5p.m. M-F <00F. BMI A ML iMvLN50C Station takes conu vi of The Reserve today By LM Scrivntf News StedT Writer Almost three years after opening, The Reserve Hotel and Casino was scheduled to close its doors at 2 a.m. today. By 4 p.m. today, however, the casino is set to re-open under new ownership. Station Casinos Inc.'s bid to take over The Reserve was given the go-ahead by the Nevada Gaming Commission Thursday, making a total of eight casinos in the valley under the company's ownership. Approval of the Nevada Gaming Commission was the last obstacle before the formal take-over that was proposed in October, when Station Casinos announced it had offered to purchase the Reserve for $70 million from Ameristar Casinos, Inc. "They check everything. It is one of the most thorough background checks there is," said Jack Taylor, Station Casinos' director of corporate public relations. "They check your credit history, your tax history, financial history, performance history, everything." The take-over agreement said that current employees of The Reserve will be retained after the take-over, and that See STATION Page 4 Rob Weldenfeld/News Staff TRANSITION — The Reserve's casino is scheduled to be closedfrom 2 a.m. to 4 p.m. today as Station Casinos takes ownership. Rob Weldenfeld/News StalT ELVIS FAN — Connie Betz of Henderson recently won a radio station's promotional trip for two to Graceland, Tann., the home of Elvis Presley, King of Rock and Roll. Betz has been a Presley fan since she was 5 years old. Elvis fan wins trip to Graceland By Carta Riddle News Staff Writer "Thank you, thank you very much." On her third try, Connie Betz was finally caller number nine. In celebration of Elvis Presley's birthday, KQOLSM, or KOOL 93.1. and Turner Classic Movies gave away a trip for two to Graceland, Tenn., the home of Elvis Presley, King of Rock and Roll. A drawing was held for the ninth caller to win the trip. KOOL 93.1 announced Betz as the winner on Jan. 12. "I had nine minutes and 31 seconds to call the radio station," Betz said. Betz has been a Presley fan since she saw "LovrMe Tender" when she was 5 years old. "I cried when he died because I thought it was real," she said. Betz idolized Presley like every other teenage^ girl growing up. In a photograph displayed in Ji4r home, Betz is meeting the King for the first time at 13 years of age. "He was good at not being too big of a star," she said. "When he could, he always took time to meet his fans." Betz attended her first Elvis Presley concert when she was 20 years old and eight months pregnant. "Being pregnant didn't stop me," she said. "I stiU^ot as close as I could. I even have a piece of his sfcrf that ripped off when he threw it (in the crowd)." Despite any negative comments about Presley, Betz thinks Elvis alvyays had a good heart. "In almost every movie, he had a scene with children. I just love that," she said. Betz' fascination with Elvis can be seen through her plethora of Elvis memorabilia. Among a watch, beach towels, coffee mug, trivia game and collectible dolls, Betz' most unusual items are an Elvis telephone that sings "Hound Dog" when it rings, an Elvis Monopoly game, and a sheet of Elvis stamps. "The time period when he was doing all of his movies is my favofite," Betz said. She knows all of the songs in his movies and can describe what is happening in the movie when she hears it. *I don't think anybody will ever really be as big as him," she said. "If you were a true Elvis fan, you cared about him, no matter what." See ELVIS Page 3 Safety bond may be reconsidered By Usa Stiller News Staff Writer "Fm probably the most anti-tax guy in town. I hate to see federal money slip away," Bob Swadell said at Thursday's special Henderson City Council meeting. "But 1 hate to see federal money slip away." Swadell, who is co-chair of Citizens for a Safer Henderson, echoed the sentiments of most of the 240 .;;-pjpople who packed the Council Chambers. "v '^Fhe City Ctmncil held the hastily called special meeting to conSidjcr tfie option of starting the process to put the pupic safety bond on the June ballot. Narrowly defeafeU'-by 865 votes in November's election, the bond would supply the city with funding needed to put 90 additional police officers on the>tpetf ^ong with additional fire and paramedic personnel. Repercussions from the defeat have already been felt. According to Police Chief Michael Mayberry, response time to citizen requests for help has already begun to decrease. This is on top of the decrease in response time that had already taken place this past year "1 can remember a time when our response to priority-one calls (life-threatening) was three niinutes or less, no matter what the time of day or night," N|ayberry said. "For the year 20(X), our average response time ... was between six to seven minutes." Mayberry said response time to calls involving burgleunes, auto thefts and larcenies has also risen from 6 to 7 minutes to an average of 41 minutes. Lisa Phillips and Cyndi Zockoll told the Council that a recent break-in in their neighborhood had recently left a neighbor waiting outside for police for 50 minutes after a 911 call was made for help. Mayberry said that without additional funding to keep up with the growth of the city, other services would hqve to be cut back. Officers would no longer be able to come to residents' homes when a child over 14 runs away or to take stolen vehicle reports, emd they would not respond to 911 hang-ups unless they were^.^nspici'dus. ^^ ^ ..^AS a city we're apathetic — we feel safe and secure," Phelps seiid. She was one of 20 people who addressed the Council, many of whom said the quality of life Was the primary reason they chose to live in Henderton. "I chose to live in Henderson because of the quality of life here," Craig McCall said. "I appreciate that the Council (previously) chose not to use scare tactics. I think a strong investment in the education of voters is necessary," Many, including Council members, agreed that public education about the necessity of the bond could have been better See SAFETY Page 2 City grapples with Sunset traffic jams By LIta Stiiltr News Staff Writer IVafTic on Sunset Road between Stephanie Street and Gibson Road is already a nightmare for many who travel through tire intersection on a regular basis. Add to that, the traffic on Stephanie and Marks between Sunset Road and Warm Springs, and the trafFic on Warm Springs between Stephanie and vGibaon, and the possibilities of gridlock and multiple accidents loom as real possibilities. According to Sgt. Dave McKenna, it is one of the highest-traveled areas in the city. "WeVe always had concerns about that intersection," he said. "The congestion is just going to get worse." 'It seems very congested," said Pauline Freeman, who drives around the area often to come to places like Borders frequently. "It doesn't seem like the lights are very synchronized. But (traffic) seems to move.' McKenna and traffic engineer John Bartels want to keep traffic moviag. lb lessen the impact that more commercial development is expected to have on traffic in area, Bartels said the city is in the process of widening many of the interSee TRAFFIC Page 4 Gibson files for re-election t Special to the Newt Citing a continuing desire to serve the people of Henderson, Mayor Jim Gibson has filed for re-election. He was first elected to the seat in 1997. "Working with the Council and the people of this community during the past four years has been extremely rewarding," he said. "We've made great strides in meeting our prosperity and quaUty of life objectives and I want to continue serving and complete several critical projects we currently have under way." During Gibson's tenure, Henderson moved ahead of Reno as Nevada's secondlargest city. In that time it was also named one of the Ibp 50 Safest Cities to Live in America and one of the Top 50 Fabulous Places to Raise your Family Tm proud to serve with this council and staff who, with the JknGNMOn efforts of caring and concerned citizens, work very hard to keep the city of Henderson America's best place to call home," he said. Gibson points to the creation of new parks and recreational programs as one of his proudest accomplishments. Henderson has more parks and recreational facilities per capita than any other city in Nevada. In 1998 and 1999, 24 new parks were opened in the city, increasing the total park land to more than 250 acres. "We've worked hard to make sure our residents have access to the best recreational and leisure facilities possible," Gibson said. "It's an important factor in maintaining our city's quality of life." Gibson said he has also been a strong supporter of public safety In the past four years, the Henderson Fire Department t>ecame the first fire department in the West and only the fourth in the nation to win accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation of Ambulance Services. In addition, the department also increased its rating from Class 4 to Class 3. S GIBSON Pages 3*\ \

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Page 2 Henderson Hom Nw> Tuesday, January 30, 2001 Tuesday, January 30, 2001 Henderson Home News Page 3 OVERVIEW PAUL SZYDELKO 'Survivor' makes Sunday super The day-long prologue to "Survivor II," perhaps more commonly known as the Super Bowl, was a bland, cheerless affair that only fkns of the Baltimore Ravens could love. Even those many people who were resigned to a defensive struggle were anticipating a taut, tense game of strategy and field position. Well, the first half didn't disappoint, but after the flurry of three touchdowns early in the third quarter, including back-to-back kickoff returns for scores, there was not much to be excited about. The 24-7 score was already out of reach for the Giants and led inevitably to 34-7, making those who be't the under miserable. The Ravens defense has to be considered one of the best units ever assembled in the history of the NFL. After .com enterprises with little marketing creativity dominated last year's Super Bowl commercials, this year marked the rebound of more traditional companies and big-budget messages. Once again the commercials were frequently more entertaining than the game. The constant references to "Survivor" didn't help matters — like there was anybody watching the tepid fourth quarter who was not already counting the minutes to "Survivor." When the time did arrive, the show was oddly comforting. The format, strategies and stakes were familiar after the flood of similar shows' dedicated to attracting that audience. From "The Mole" to "Temptation Island," producers have tried to replicate the stunning success of last summer's edition. Magnificent vistas from the Australian outback, tightly edited footage and a diverse, attractive cast of characters will be sure to gamer high ratings for CBS for the next several months. Szydeiko is the managing editor of the Henderson Home News. His e-mail address is HomeNewsNV@aol.com Employees at retail outlets cited for youth alcohol sales Seventeen employees at 17 retail outlets were issued citations for selling alcoholic beverages to minors during a routine compliance investigation on Jan. 19. A total of 73 retail outlets throughout Henderson Were shopped. Owners of the retail outlets are advised of the outcome of the shopping operation, so those who are in violation of the law are given the opportunity to train their employees and voluntarily gain compliance. The HPD, in cooperation with the Nevada Division of Child and Family Services Juvenile Justice Program, routinely conducts operations to monitor compliance. Daily Buffet (Beverage iRclubJed) $3.95 Woman may sue jail for husband's deatj By Lea Scrivntr Staff NewsJVriter The wife of a man who died of a heart attack in the custody of the Henderson Detention Center last year is contemplating possible legal action against the city. "I have an attorney," Kathy TVicker said. "I am currently considering filing a lawsuit, but I don't know what course of action my attorney is planning to pursue." Tucker's husband, Mark Timothy TXicker, 44, died Dec. 20, shortly after he told jail nurse Jean Raster that he was feeling chest pain. "He showed all the symptoms of a heart attack," IXicker seiid. 'I would love to speak with the nurse, because I feel they did not take care of him proper"Ricker said her frustration has grown since the incident because of the Detention Center's lack of response to her inquiries. "No one is willing to talk to me," she said. "I asked the center for his records but they refused to give them to me. They don't want to talk because they know the nurse is coming across as incompetent." faster was first called into Tucker's cell at about 10:40 p.m. At that time he "stated that he had a heart attack in the past, but he was not sure when it had SAFETY From Page 1 occurred," said a Claric County Coroner's Office investigative report. After checking his blood pressure, which appeared normal, Baster left the cell. Less than an hour later, corrections officers at the detention center were notified that 'I\icker was having trouble breathing. Attempts to resuscitate him were unsuccessful. • Ricker's many medical problems were known to jail officials. Baster told the Clark County Coroner's investigator Dan Daniels that Ibcker had a medical history of colon cancer, pancreatitis, cirrhosis of the liver, seizures, and bipolarity. Since that incident, Baster has quit her position as a nurse at the detention center She is now employed at another undisclosed hospital, Henderson Detention Center officials said. Attempts to contact Baster were unsuccessful Monday. But>^ricials at the jail's Health Sfervices Department said that even if IVicker had been hospitahzed the day of his death, he probably would have died. "He had an 80% blockage o^ his main arteries, and that does not happen during a few days in jail," said Patrick Ozosky, medical administrator at the Henderson Detention Center's Prison Health Swadell cited a survey done for his group by the Magellen Company to analyze why the bond was defeated. Although results showed that several factors contributed to the defeat, "the single most contributing factor was lack of education," he said. In precincts where the measure was defeated, the survey also showed that 54% of those voters had no problem with the bond going back on the ballot. After the November election. Councilman Jack Clark said the city "didn't want to scare people" during the campaign to pass the measure. He said he felt the biggest reason for the defeat was because "most people feel safe — there is a low crime rate (in Henderson)." But he has changed his mind. "We did a terrible job in educating the public," Clark said. •^e probably didn't do a really good job in informing the pubUc of how critical the need is," City Manager Phil Speight said, •^e have always been successful and because we weren't this time, it may be an indication that our message wasn't clear and concise enough," Spei^t said. One example of misinformation, he said, was an e-mail sent to residents by Diane Booker, who opposes placing the measure on the ballot. In the e-mail, Booker said the bond "extends out to $24 per $1,000 dollars of assessed value of your home." Speight clarified this At 24 cents per $100 of assessed value, the bond would call for $2.40 cents per $1,000 of assessed value. "It is an extremely small amount to pay for the safety of our families," Peggy Jo IVeese said. Mayor Jim Gibson said many people had been worried about the rising tax rate in the dty. "At 71 cent, our tax rate is significantly lower than moat other cities in the vallsy," he said. Booker and a few others asked the City Council to kxd^ for alternative methods of fund-T' ing public safety. Speight said the money that could be raised by taxes by the city was limited by state statute. Gibson and Speight explained that grant funding is usually limited to capital purchases or improvements, as it is a onetime allotment. Coimdlman Steve Kirk said he did not want to see the city have to choose between public safety and other needs, such as crime prevention activities that were result of many of the Parks and Recreation Department programs. A $2.25 miUion grant recently awarded to the dty from the federal government was intended to be used for 30 additional poUce officers. The grant came with the stipulation that the dty raise 25% of the needed funds. Due to the expense involved in hiring, training and equipping officers, Mayberry said the dt/s contribution would have to be a lot more, therefore putting the grant money in jeopardy. The grant was written, Mayberry said, with the anticipation of the passage of the safety bond. Now, it looks like the dty might have to turn it down. These federal dollars are predouB and dties are fitting over these resources and we were very lucky to get the money," said U.S. Rep Shelley Berkley, D-Nev. Council members passed a resolution to have the debt management commission prepare a resolution to place the measure back on the baUot. This just gives us the option of preserving space on the ballot for a tax up to 24 cents per $100 dollars of assessed value," Gibson said. Correction The amount of money raised by the Henderson Seniors Auxiliary for a third Ifaak on Wheels van was ineorrsctly reported in "nmradaya edition, llie corTsct amount was $18,000. Services. "The man was a walking time bomb." Ozosky also said that Tucker's claim that he had had another heart attack in the past could not be verified by^hroical records. "Our nuraa verified that Mr. Tucker's symj^toms were not congruent with cardiac arrest," Ozosky said. "His vital signs were normal, and he was not sweating or cold." "All we know is that Mr Tucker died of natural causes," said Valerie Klein, public information officer with the city of Henderson Police Department. "Originally they claimed that it was a gastrointestinal problem, and now the countj coroner's medical report is ^ying something else," Tuckeraid. The county coroner's medical report listed the cause of death as arteriosclerotic cardiovascular disease, which is "a gradual hardening of the arteries which culminates in a heart attack," said officials at the Clark County Coroner's office. Henderson Detention Center personnel said they regret that their efforts to resuscitate Tucker were unsuccessful. Tucker was brought into custody by Henderson Police Dec. 13 for contempt of court after he failed a compliance breath test stemming from a three-year-old DUI conviction. HOME NEWS An Independent Newspaper Founded June 1,1951 Henderson Home News (USPS 240-000) Published every Tuesday and Thursday morning at 2 Commerce Center Drive. Henderson. Nevada, tjy HBC Pubiicatioris, Inc. Periodicals postage paid at Henderson and at additional mailing offices. 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So, in celebration of our new Open Heart Center, we would like to mvite you and yours to Humor for the Heart Nationally recognized funny lady Peggy Kline (seen on Sally Jesse Raphael and in Redbook) will have you in stitches as she shares how cultivating an ability to see the lighter side of life, can improve your relationships while reducing your risks of heart disease. Make it a lunch date with a spouse or friend. What have you got to lose (other than pent up anger or anxiety)? "Tim*: 12:30 to 2:30 pm Data: Saturday February 17, 2001 Place: Anthem Center Ballroom at Del Webb's Anthem 2450 Hampton Road RSVP: 616-4900 Tlckato: $12 includes a heart healthy lunch ^ St. Rose Dominican Hospital CHW Concerns abound about school budget cuts By Carli Riddle and Lisa Slllitx News Staff Writers .__ Although Clark County School District administrators say that efforts are being made to avoid much of an effect on students by additional proposed budget cuts, the effects of not enough money have already been seeping into the classrooms. "We took special precautions not to cut student allocations," said Gloria Sizemore, budget director for CCSD. And they didn't. But what has happened is just as detrimental. Due to rising power and fuel costs, $54 million was cut from the 2000/2001 budget. The cuts went into effect this month. One concern for Basic principal Pam Salazar is the fact that they are doing more with less staffing, she said. A perfect example of how the budget cuts are indeed affecting students is how Basic High had money "taken back" by the school district since there weren't enough students actually attending, Salazar said. Because money had already been allocated and spent for textbooks, educational departments are nqw,suffering. For example, students in science classes might have to buy their own dissecting kits for labs performed during class. "This year the student/teacher ratio increased, which, of course, means crowded classrooms," Salazar said. But according to CCSD Superintendent Carlos Garcia, further class size increases may be on the horizon if more money is not found by September In some classes, students have to share textbooks, so they have to leave them in school for students in other classes to use. According to many teachers, the community is not aware of the fact that the urgent need for more funding is not onW for salaries and buildings, but also for classroom resources, including computers. Although money generated from vending machines on campus, for example, can be used for instructional purposes, most schools locally spend it on boosting the appearance of the school, Salazar said. ^ According to the CCSD's 2000-01 amended final budget, $587,057 was "saved" by freezing/reassigning several positions. This included the reassigiunent of assistant principals at the magnet to schools to other positions. This affects students' ability to communicate with administration," said Richard Len2, co-chair of the Friends of the Las Vegas Academy. While the most recent high school. Foothill High, hasn't seen any dramatic effects, said principal Bob Johns, Basic High is suffering with only one dean and is short-staffed on custodians. "The teachers still worry about the appearemce of their room, so they spend time cleaning when they could be preparing their next lesson," Salazar said^ CCSD Superintendent Carlos Garcia has also recently talked about the possibility of cutting programs. This too has received a significantly negative response from teachers, parents and students. According to Miller Middle School principal Kaweeda Adams, any decision about budget cuts which directly affects the schools, such as program cuts, will be made by the secondary education department of the school district. "They would ask for input (from principals) then make a decision," Adams said, as they did when the recent round of cuts were made. Sewell Elementary principal Tbm Maveal said the elementary schools are in different position. Programs such as art, music and PE cannot be cut from the elementary schools because those programs are needed to fulfill contractual obligations which give teachers prep time during the day. But because all schools will be asked to tighten their belts, cuts could affect thetn in terms of class size and resources. Student concenu Garcia's announcement about the possibility of program cuts has teachers and students very concerned about the impact on education. Although many teachers contacted by the News expressed deep concern over the future of the quality of education the district could provide if even more cuts are made, most did not want their names used. But students were ready to talk. "Going to games and Homecoming is all part of the high school experience," said Monica Chairez, a freshman cheerleader at Green Valley High School. "For gome kids it's the only reason they come to school. I even have friends who say they're going to drop out (of high school) if they cut programs." Green Valley principal Betty Sabo agreed that cutting programs has the potential to increase the dropout rate for Clark County. Despite the fact that Foothill has so far avoided feeling many effects from the district's budget crunch, students at that school have started up a petition that is making its way around Henderson to stop the CCSD from cutting the orchestra programs at Foothill and Burkholder Middle School. "Music is education and is helpful to a lot of kids," said Foothill freshman Alicia Shirley, one of the students beWnd the petition drive. r**** "Music helps our education and helps us through Ufe," said Foothill freshman Maggie Stats, who also was involved with starting the school's petition drive. "I think it's great that the kids are motivated enough to start a petition," orchestra teacher John Riley said. "I was pleasantly surprised at the way they reacted." Stu(|ents are taking the petitions around the community, and will present them to Garcia and the school board. Riley believes that cutting back on something as valuable as music isn't really going to help. He said programs such as music and art have been shown to have an effect on the academic performance of students. "They do better in school, they're more disciplined," he said. "Especially with how expensive college is getting these days, parents really appreciate the fact that colleges give scholarships for music," Riley said. "I've been playing the flute since fourth grade and I am so devoted," said Sarah Milano, a Green Valley freshman. "Any time you cut anything that keeps kids involved in school, it's not a good idea," Foothill High senior Chris Aguiar said. "When you cut extracurricular activities, it brings down school." spirit." "Cutting activities doesn't let kids get involved, and they could spend their time doing other things," Foothill senor Tiffany Blake said. She said students could end up spending their time doing things which could get them in trouble. Where do we go from here? According to Salazar, principals have not yet been contacted to give input about next year's budget, although she expects they will be asked to submit ideas to further trim their budgets. But some teachers are already taking steps to voice their concerns. Tbnight, music teachers from around the district will meet with Garcia at 6:30 p.m. at Silverado High School to express their concerns about possible music program cuts. John Jasonek, executive director of the Clark County Teachers Association, said the teachers would be getting" very active, very soon. "You're going to see tremendous mobilization like never before with groups that are interested in the survival of public education," he said. Salazar said right now it is really in the hands of the state Legislators to come (ip with money to prevent any new cuts. She said anything they do can be used to amend the CCSD budget which is being drawn up in anticipation of no new funding from the state. Scholar In Residence Rabbi GuntherPlaut Feb. 2 & 3 Come and hear the wit & wiMom of a world ronouned Rabbinic Scholar and author of 2S books. He is the originator of the Jewish Reform Movement's Torah Commentary Friday, Feb. 2 7:30 pm **Th Price & Privilege of Crowing Old** • Call for further scheduled events and times. Congregation Ner Tamid 2761 Emerson Ave* 733-6292 Sponsored by the Oscar Atterwitx Memorial Fund Twitchell ES approved for construction By Caria Riddle • ; News Staff Writer The Clark County School District Board of Trustees awarded a contract for the consti^iction of Neil C. Twitchell Elementary School meeting on Thursday. ^"We will be issuing the notice ELVIS From Page 1 to proceed on Feb. 5," said Fred Smith, construction manager of CCSD. "Construction will be complete for the first quarter of 20Q?." Twitchell Elementary is to be located a4jacent to Vanderburg Elementary School, 2040 Desert Shadow TVail, and will alleviate • • '"" • • • :' • • • • • • • *i^v*; '^ • •-'**• • • • • "'.'• • • overcrowding at Vanderburg. Although the new elementary school will have its own parking area, said Smith, there will be some shared parking with Vanderburg as well as the nearby Dos Escuelas Park. Funding for construction of Twitchell Elementary is to be paid from the 1998 Capital Improvement Program. The contractor is Pace Contracting. CLUB FORTUNE CASINO PENNIES, PENNIES a MORE PENNIES WHEEL OF FORTUNE. THREE WISHES. SPHINX. 1.0. MONEY. JOCKEY CLUR 4CAR0KEND.nilPUPUtY, 5,10,50PUnrP0KER aNUNYMORL CASINO 725 S. Race Track Rd. Henderson, Nv, 566-5555 m ^ /ii'A^'^' The trip to Graceland will include air fare, two nights at Heartbreak Hotel, dinner for two at Elvis Presley's Memphis Restaurant, and two platinum passes for Elvis Presley's Graceland. The trip is set for early April. GIBSON From Page 1 Gibson has advocated several educational programs that help at every level of the process. He has also been a vocal advocate for the establishment of a new State College to be located in Henderson. "Every year our school district faces a serious teacher shortage," Gibson said "It's hard to recruit enough high-quality teachers. The role of State College would be, primarily at first, to turn out teachers. I was very glad to see Gov. Kenny This will be the first time Betz has returned to Graceland since Presley's death. Betz also received tickets to the Turner Classic Movies' premier of "Elvis Presley — That's the Way It Is." .^ Guinn express support and enthusiasm for the college in his recent State of the • State addre^." Southern Nevada's explosive growth continues to be a challenge for every municipality. While Henderson has been recognized as the fastest-growing city in America, Gibson said the City Council has tried to ensure that new growth pays for new growth. So far developers have contributed $317 milUon in paid roadways, $223 million in paid utilities and $12 million in fire stations and equipment. "We continue to insist that developers contribute to the infrastructure when the build new projects," he said. "This kind of attitude toward growth has really made our city a model that other cities experiencing similar growth concerns are using." Gibson, 52, lives with his wife Lora. They have six children and two grandchildren. IIKUISTEIHIEI BriiHUn Euertayiinent to Henderson BffsrMliriiaMlat Eitmn iNMf HniL .i::^:.^ 2M89I Rertt two (2) nxivies or games. gel a third movn or game rental of aqual or laaaar vahw FREE! IN LOVING MEMORY... Sally June Jensen, age 66. died January 25. 2001. In Las Vegas. Born on June 5, 1934. in Idaho Falls. ID. She married Donald Jim Jensen on August 2. 1952. She graduated from Gunnison Valley High School in 1952. She has been a resident of Henderson since 1955 auid is cin active member of the LD3 Church. Their marriage was sealed in the Manti Temple. She was a loving wife, mother, grandmother and friend. She will be greatly missed by all those whose lives she touched. She is survived by her husband, Donald Jim Jensen, Brother. Gary Robinson and his wife Virginia of Orem, Utah; children Ronald (Ron) Jensen and his wife. Sherry, of Pahrump. Terrie Sellers and her husbcind, Robert, of Henderson, Sherrie Sherman and her husband, Lester, of Reno, Donald (Don) Jensen and his wife, Sheri of Henderson; Grandchildren, Cassandra Jensen. Jeanne Worth. Julie Frost. Marsha Beal. James (Jim) Jensen. Cheryl Worth. Martin Sherman. Jessica Sellers, Ashlee Sellers. Jerry Jensen. Derek Jensen. Meagan Jensen. Lyndsee Seller. Scirah Jensen and Dylan Jensen and 12 Great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held on Monday. January 29th. 2001. at 11:00 a.m. at the LDS Chapel 801 Arrowhead Trail in Henderson.

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Page 2 Henderson Hom Nw> Tuesday, January 30, 2001 Tuesday, January 30, 2001 Henderson Home News Page 3 OVERVIEW PAUL SZYDELKO 'Survivor' makes Sunday super The day-long prologue to "Survivor II," perhaps more commonly known as the Super Bowl, was a bland, cheerless affair that only fkns of the Baltimore Ravens could love. Even those many people who were resigned to a defensive struggle were anticipating a taut, tense game of strategy and field position. Well, the first half didn't disappoint, but after the flurry of three touchdowns early in the third quarter, including back-to-back kickoff returns for scores, there was not much to be excited about. The 24-7 score was already out of reach for the Giants and led inevitably to 34-7, making those who be't the under miserable. The Ravens defense has to be considered one of the best units ever assembled in the history of the NFL. After .com enterprises with little marketing creativity dominated last year's Super Bowl commercials, this year marked the rebound of more traditional companies and big-budget messages. Once again the commercials were frequently more entertaining than the game. The constant references to "Survivor" didn't help matters — like there was anybody watching the tepid fourth quarter who was not already counting the minutes to "Survivor." When the time did arrive, the show was oddly comforting. The format, strategies and stakes were familiar after the flood of similar shows' dedicated to attracting that audience. From "The Mole" to "Temptation Island," producers have tried to replicate the stunning success of last summer's edition. Magnificent vistas from the Australian outback, tightly edited footage and a diverse, attractive cast of characters will be sure to gamer high ratings for CBS for the next several months. Szydeiko is the managing editor of the Henderson Home News. His e-mail address is HomeNewsNV@aol.com Employees at retail outlets cited for youth alcohol sales Seventeen employees at 17 retail outlets were issued citations for selling alcoholic beverages to minors during a routine compliance investigation on Jan. 19. A total of 73 retail outlets throughout Henderson Were shopped. Owners of the retail outlets are advised of the outcome of the shopping operation, so those who are in violation of the law are given the opportunity to train their employees and voluntarily gain compliance. The HPD, in cooperation with the Nevada Division of Child and Family Services Juvenile Justice Program, routinely conducts operations to monitor compliance. Daily Buffet (Beverage iRclubJed) $3.95 Woman may sue jail for husband's deatj By Lea Scrivntr Staff NewsJVriter The wife of a man who died of a heart attack in the custody of the Henderson Detention Center last year is contemplating possible legal action against the city. "I have an attorney," Kathy TVicker said. "I am currently considering filing a lawsuit, but I don't know what course of action my attorney is planning to pursue." Tucker's husband, Mark Timothy TXicker, 44, died Dec. 20, shortly after he told jail nurse Jean Raster that he was feeling chest pain. "He showed all the symptoms of a heart attack," IXicker seiid. 'I would love to speak with the nurse, because I feel they did not take care of him proper"Ricker said her frustration has grown since the incident because of the Detention Center's lack of response to her inquiries. "No one is willing to talk to me," she said. "I asked the center for his records but they refused to give them to me. They don't want to talk because they know the nurse is coming across as incompetent." faster was first called into Tucker's cell at about 10:40 p.m. At that time he "stated that he had a heart attack in the past, but he was not sure when it had SAFETY From Page 1 occurred," said a Claric County Coroner's Office investigative report. After checking his blood pressure, which appeared normal, Baster left the cell. Less than an hour later, corrections officers at the detention center were notified that 'I\icker was having trouble breathing. Attempts to resuscitate him were unsuccessful. • Ricker's many medical problems were known to jail officials. Baster told the Clark County Coroner's investigator Dan Daniels that Ibcker had a medical history of colon cancer, pancreatitis, cirrhosis of the liver, seizures, and bipolarity. Since that incident, Baster has quit her position as a nurse at the detention center She is now employed at another undisclosed hospital, Henderson Detention Center officials said. Attempts to contact Baster were unsuccessful Monday. But>^ricials at the jail's Health Sfervices Department said that even if IVicker had been hospitahzed the day of his death, he probably would have died. "He had an 80% blockage o^ his main arteries, and that does not happen during a few days in jail," said Patrick Ozosky, medical administrator at the Henderson Detention Center's Prison Health Swadell cited a survey done for his group by the Magellen Company to analyze why the bond was defeated. Although results showed that several factors contributed to the defeat, "the single most contributing factor was lack of education," he said. In precincts where the measure was defeated, the survey also showed that 54% of those voters had no problem with the bond going back on the ballot. After the November election. Councilman Jack Clark said the city "didn't want to scare people" during the campaign to pass the measure. He said he felt the biggest reason for the defeat was because "most people feel safe — there is a low crime rate (in Henderson)." But he has changed his mind. "We did a terrible job in educating the public," Clark said. •^e probably didn't do a really good job in informing the pubUc of how critical the need is," City Manager Phil Speight said, •^e have always been successful and because we weren't this time, it may be an indication that our message wasn't clear and concise enough," Spei^t said. One example of misinformation, he said, was an e-mail sent to residents by Diane Booker, who opposes placing the measure on the ballot. In the e-mail, Booker said the bond "extends out to $24 per $1,000 dollars of assessed value of your home." Speight clarified this At 24 cents per $100 of assessed value, the bond would call for $2.40 cents per $1,000 of assessed value. "It is an extremely small amount to pay for the safety of our families," Peggy Jo IVeese said. Mayor Jim Gibson said many people had been worried about the rising tax rate in the dty. "At 71 cent, our tax rate is significantly lower than moat other cities in the vallsy," he said. Booker and a few others asked the City Council to kxd^ for alternative methods of fund-T' ing public safety. Speight said the money that could be raised by taxes by the city was limited by state statute. Gibson and Speight explained that grant funding is usually limited to capital purchases or improvements, as it is a onetime allotment. Coimdlman Steve Kirk said he did not want to see the city have to choose between public safety and other needs, such as crime prevention activities that were result of many of the Parks and Recreation Department programs. A $2.25 miUion grant recently awarded to the dty from the federal government was intended to be used for 30 additional poUce officers. The grant came with the stipulation that the dty raise 25% of the needed funds. Due to the expense involved in hiring, training and equipping officers, Mayberry said the dt/s contribution would have to be a lot more, therefore putting the grant money in jeopardy. The grant was written, Mayberry said, with the anticipation of the passage of the safety bond. Now, it looks like the dty might have to turn it down. These federal dollars are predouB and dties are fitting over these resources and we were very lucky to get the money," said U.S. Rep Shelley Berkley, D-Nev. Council members passed a resolution to have the debt management commission prepare a resolution to place the measure back on the baUot. This just gives us the option of preserving space on the ballot for a tax up to 24 cents per $100 dollars of assessed value," Gibson said. Correction The amount of money raised by the Henderson Seniors Auxiliary for a third Ifaak on Wheels van was ineorrsctly reported in "nmradaya edition, llie corTsct amount was $18,000. Services. "The man was a walking time bomb." Ozosky also said that Tucker's claim that he had had another heart attack in the past could not be verified by^hroical records. "Our nuraa verified that Mr. Tucker's symj^toms were not congruent with cardiac arrest," Ozosky said. "His vital signs were normal, and he was not sweating or cold." "All we know is that Mr Tucker died of natural causes," said Valerie Klein, public information officer with the city of Henderson Police Department. "Originally they claimed that it was a gastrointestinal problem, and now the countj coroner's medical report is ^ying something else," Tuckeraid. The county coroner's medical report listed the cause of death as arteriosclerotic cardiovascular disease, which is "a gradual hardening of the arteries which culminates in a heart attack," said officials at the Clark County Coroner's office. Henderson Detention Center personnel said they regret that their efforts to resuscitate Tucker were unsuccessful. Tucker was brought into custody by Henderson Police Dec. 13 for contempt of court after he failed a compliance breath test stemming from a three-year-old DUI conviction. HOME NEWS An Independent Newspaper Founded June 1,1951 Henderson Home News (USPS 240-000) Published every Tuesday and Thursday morning at 2 Commerce Center Drive. Henderson. Nevada, tjy HBC Pubiicatioris, Inc. Periodicals postage paid at Henderson and at additional mailing offices. 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So, in celebration of our new Open Heart Center, we would like to mvite you and yours to Humor for the Heart Nationally recognized funny lady Peggy Kline (seen on Sally Jesse Raphael and in Redbook) will have you in stitches as she shares how cultivating an ability to see the lighter side of life, can improve your relationships while reducing your risks of heart disease. Make it a lunch date with a spouse or friend. What have you got to lose (other than pent up anger or anxiety)? "Tim*: 12:30 to 2:30 pm Data: Saturday February 17, 2001 Place: Anthem Center Ballroom at Del Webb's Anthem 2450 Hampton Road RSVP: 616-4900 Tlckato: $12 includes a heart healthy lunch ^ St. Rose Dominican Hospital CHW Concerns abound about school budget cuts By Carli Riddle and Lisa Slllitx News Staff Writers .__ Although Clark County School District administrators say that efforts are being made to avoid much of an effect on students by additional proposed budget cuts, the effects of not enough money have already been seeping into the classrooms. "We took special precautions not to cut student allocations," said Gloria Sizemore, budget director for CCSD. And they didn't. But what has happened is just as detrimental. Due to rising power and fuel costs, $54 million was cut from the 2000/2001 budget. The cuts went into effect this month. One concern for Basic principal Pam Salazar is the fact that they are doing more with less staffing, she said. A perfect example of how the budget cuts are indeed affecting students is how Basic High had money "taken back" by the school district since there weren't enough students actually attending, Salazar said. Because money had already been allocated and spent for textbooks, educational departments are nqw,suffering. For example, students in science classes might have to buy their own dissecting kits for labs performed during class. "This year the student/teacher ratio increased, which, of course, means crowded classrooms," Salazar said. But according to CCSD Superintendent Carlos Garcia, further class size increases may be on the horizon if more money is not found by September In some classes, students have to share textbooks, so they have to leave them in school for students in other classes to use. According to many teachers, the community is not aware of the fact that the urgent need for more funding is not onW for salaries and buildings, but also for classroom resources, including computers. Although money generated from vending machines on campus, for example, can be used for instructional purposes, most schools locally spend it on boosting the appearance of the school, Salazar said. ^ According to the CCSD's 2000-01 amended final budget, $587,057 was "saved" by freezing/reassigning several positions. This included the reassigiunent of assistant principals at the magnet to schools to other positions. This affects students' ability to communicate with administration," said Richard Len2, co-chair of the Friends of the Las Vegas Academy. While the most recent high school. Foothill High, hasn't seen any dramatic effects, said principal Bob Johns, Basic High is suffering with only one dean and is short-staffed on custodians. "The teachers still worry about the appearemce of their room, so they spend time cleaning when they could be preparing their next lesson," Salazar said^ CCSD Superintendent Carlos Garcia has also recently talked about the possibility of cutting programs. This too has received a significantly negative response from teachers, parents and students. According to Miller Middle School principal Kaweeda Adams, any decision about budget cuts which directly affects the schools, such as program cuts, will be made by the secondary education department of the school district. "They would ask for input (from principals) then make a decision," Adams said, as they did when the recent round of cuts were made. Sewell Elementary principal Tbm Maveal said the elementary schools are in different position. Programs such as art, music and PE cannot be cut from the elementary schools because those programs are needed to fulfill contractual obligations which give teachers prep time during the day. But because all schools will be asked to tighten their belts, cuts could affect thetn in terms of class size and resources. Student concenu Garcia's announcement about the possibility of program cuts has teachers and students very concerned about the impact on education. Although many teachers contacted by the News expressed deep concern over the future of the quality of education the district could provide if even more cuts are made, most did not want their names used. But students were ready to talk. "Going to games and Homecoming is all part of the high school experience," said Monica Chairez, a freshman cheerleader at Green Valley High School. "For gome kids it's the only reason they come to school. I even have friends who say they're going to drop out (of high school) if they cut programs." Green Valley principal Betty Sabo agreed that cutting programs has the potential to increase the dropout rate for Clark County. Despite the fact that Foothill has so far avoided feeling many effects from the district's budget crunch, students at that school have started up a petition that is making its way around Henderson to stop the CCSD from cutting the orchestra programs at Foothill and Burkholder Middle School. "Music is education and is helpful to a lot of kids," said Foothill freshman Alicia Shirley, one of the students beWnd the petition drive. r**** "Music helps our education and helps us through Ufe," said Foothill freshman Maggie Stats, who also was involved with starting the school's petition drive. "I think it's great that the kids are motivated enough to start a petition," orchestra teacher John Riley said. "I was pleasantly surprised at the way they reacted." Stu(|ents are taking the petitions around the community, and will present them to Garcia and the school board. Riley believes that cutting back on something as valuable as music isn't really going to help. He said programs such as music and art have been shown to have an effect on the academic performance of students. "They do better in school, they're more disciplined," he said. "Especially with how expensive college is getting these days, parents really appreciate the fact that colleges give scholarships for music," Riley said. "I've been playing the flute since fourth grade and I am so devoted," said Sarah Milano, a Green Valley freshman. "Any time you cut anything that keeps kids involved in school, it's not a good idea," Foothill High senior Chris Aguiar said. "When you cut extracurricular activities, it brings down school." spirit." "Cutting activities doesn't let kids get involved, and they could spend their time doing other things," Foothill senor Tiffany Blake said. She said students could end up spending their time doing things which could get them in trouble. Where do we go from here? According to Salazar, principals have not yet been contacted to give input about next year's budget, although she expects they will be asked to submit ideas to further trim their budgets. But some teachers are already taking steps to voice their concerns. Tbnight, music teachers from around the district will meet with Garcia at 6:30 p.m. at Silverado High School to express their concerns about possible music program cuts. John Jasonek, executive director of the Clark County Teachers Association, said the teachers would be getting" very active, very soon. "You're going to see tremendous mobilization like never before with groups that are interested in the survival of public education," he said. Salazar said right now it is really in the hands of the state Legislators to come (ip with money to prevent any new cuts. She said anything they do can be used to amend the CCSD budget which is being drawn up in anticipation of no new funding from the state. Scholar In Residence Rabbi GuntherPlaut Feb. 2 & 3 Come and hear the wit & wiMom of a world ronouned Rabbinic Scholar and author of 2S books. He is the originator of the Jewish Reform Movement's Torah Commentary Friday, Feb. 2 7:30 pm **Th Price & Privilege of Crowing Old** • Call for further scheduled events and times. Congregation Ner Tamid 2761 Emerson Ave* 733-6292 Sponsored by the Oscar Atterwitx Memorial Fund Twitchell ES approved for construction By Caria Riddle • ; News Staff Writer The Clark County School District Board of Trustees awarded a contract for the consti^iction of Neil C. Twitchell Elementary School meeting on Thursday. ^"We will be issuing the notice ELVIS From Page 1 to proceed on Feb. 5," said Fred Smith, construction manager of CCSD. "Construction will be complete for the first quarter of 20Q?." Twitchell Elementary is to be located a4jacent to Vanderburg Elementary School, 2040 Desert Shadow TVail, and will alleviate • • '"" • • • :' • • • • • • • *i^v*; '^ • •-'**• • • • • "'.'• • • overcrowding at Vanderburg. Although the new elementary school will have its own parking area, said Smith, there will be some shared parking with Vanderburg as well as the nearby Dos Escuelas Park. Funding for construction of Twitchell Elementary is to be paid from the 1998 Capital Improvement Program. The contractor is Pace Contracting. CLUB FORTUNE CASINO PENNIES, PENNIES a MORE PENNIES WHEEL OF FORTUNE. THREE WISHES. SPHINX. 1.0. MONEY. JOCKEY CLUR 4CAR0KEND.nilPUPUtY, 5,10,50PUnrP0KER aNUNYMORL CASINO 725 S. Race Track Rd. Henderson, Nv, 566-5555 m ^ /ii'A^'^' The trip to Graceland will include air fare, two nights at Heartbreak Hotel, dinner for two at Elvis Presley's Memphis Restaurant, and two platinum passes for Elvis Presley's Graceland. The trip is set for early April. GIBSON From Page 1 Gibson has advocated several educational programs that help at every level of the process. He has also been a vocal advocate for the establishment of a new State College to be located in Henderson. "Every year our school district faces a serious teacher shortage," Gibson said "It's hard to recruit enough high-quality teachers. The role of State College would be, primarily at first, to turn out teachers. I was very glad to see Gov. Kenny This will be the first time Betz has returned to Graceland since Presley's death. Betz also received tickets to the Turner Classic Movies' premier of "Elvis Presley — That's the Way It Is." .^ Guinn express support and enthusiasm for the college in his recent State of the • State addre^." Southern Nevada's explosive growth continues to be a challenge for every municipality. While Henderson has been recognized as the fastest-growing city in America, Gibson said the City Council has tried to ensure that new growth pays for new growth. So far developers have contributed $317 milUon in paid roadways, $223 million in paid utilities and $12 million in fire stations and equipment. "We continue to insist that developers contribute to the infrastructure when the build new projects," he said. "This kind of attitude toward growth has really made our city a model that other cities experiencing similar growth concerns are using." Gibson, 52, lives with his wife Lora. They have six children and two grandchildren. IIKUISTEIHIEI BriiHUn Euertayiinent to Henderson BffsrMliriiaMlat Eitmn iNMf HniL .i::^:.^ 2M89I Rertt two (2) nxivies or games. gel a third movn or game rental of aqual or laaaar vahw FREE! IN LOVING MEMORY... Sally June Jensen, age 66. died January 25. 2001. In Las Vegas. Born on June 5, 1934. in Idaho Falls. ID. She married Donald Jim Jensen on August 2. 1952. She graduated from Gunnison Valley High School in 1952. She has been a resident of Henderson since 1955 auid is cin active member of the LD3 Church. Their marriage was sealed in the Manti Temple. She was a loving wife, mother, grandmother and friend. She will be greatly missed by all those whose lives she touched. She is survived by her husband, Donald Jim Jensen, Brother. Gary Robinson and his wife Virginia of Orem, Utah; children Ronald (Ron) Jensen and his wife. Sherry, of Pahrump. Terrie Sellers and her husbcind, Robert, of Henderson, Sherrie Sherman and her husband, Lester, of Reno, Donald (Don) Jensen and his wife, Sheri of Henderson; Grandchildren, Cassandra Jensen. Jeanne Worth. Julie Frost. Marsha Beal. James (Jim) Jensen. Cheryl Worth. Martin Sherman. Jessica Sellers, Ashlee Sellers. Jerry Jensen. Derek Jensen. Meagan Jensen. Lyndsee Seller. Scirah Jensen and Dylan Jensen and 12 Great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held on Monday. January 29th. 2001. at 11:00 a.m. at the LDS Chapel 801 Arrowhead Trail in Henderson.

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Pag* 4 Henderson Home New Tuesday, January 30, 2001 Meeting planned for Sun City Developer Richard MacDonald will meet with Sun City residents from 7 to 9 p.m. tomorrow in the ballroom at the Sun Cily/MacDonald Ranch community center. He will discuss plans for a mixed-use development aroimd the area where Green Valley Parkway is being extended through the Sun City development. According to Sun City resideint Tbny Cutropia, MacDonald has already held pre-planning sessions with Planning Commission members and city staff. The proposed project, which will include commercial development, single-family homes and multi-fJEunily housing will be on the planning agenda in March. KLAV 1230 AM EVERY WEDNESDAY 6 PM TO 7 PM G£T ALL THE LATEST NASCAR AND RACING NEWS -WITH THE M^ ^m www.klavl 230am.com Phone 702-731-1230 Ron Martinez/News Staff TRAFFIC CONCERNSTraffic on get worse as the city grows and TRAFFIC From Page 1 sections and providing additional turn lanes. In addition, Bartels said, developers are also required to make improvements. Developers of Sun Mark Plaza, being built east of the Galleria Mall on Sunset Road, will be construct an additional right-hand turn lane onto Marks. Wal-mart, which just opened on the southeast corner of Marks and Sunset, was required to put in a signal at Marks Street and Warm Springs. Additional lanes on Warm Springs have been put in through near the Stephanie Street intersection in the last six months. A fourth lane on Sunset between the freeway and the Stephanie intersection is also being built. More turn lanes from STATION ?^ From Page 1 :' the Sunset Road and Warm Springs corridor between Gibson and Stephanie Streets continues to more commercial development goes In. .^ .. .. Sunset onto Stephanie are planned. The right-hand turn from Sunset Road onto Gibson is being improved. Bartels said when developers submit projects to the city's Planning Department, staff adds conditions requiring them to make road and infrastructure improvements. Along with state and city support, the improvements to the area should keep traffic flowing at a good rate, he said. Every vyear, the state does an analysis of traffic patterns over the past three years, and improvements are made on the basis of these reports. But with the area already crowded with commercial centers, the addition of more shopping centers concerns ;% residents and officers on traffic patrol in the area. According to Bartels, there are plans for developing everything along Warm Springs in the commercial area except what is lefl of the golf driving range. Sears will be build a store on Warm Springs, and other shopping centers are proposed for Warm^ Springs near Marks and. Stephanie streets. Sunset Station will also be building out nearby parcels. But accidents in the area continue, and according to McKenna, drivers can do a lot to prevent the problems. "I don't think the city is doing anything wrong," he said. "People are being too impatient and are not courteous. Todd and Rochelle Baio said they were very concerned over the impact of all the development on students at Green Valley High School. "The kids are just darting out — it doesn't seem like they're doing anything about it," Rochelle Baio said. Andrew Ravenette, who works at the Target Store on Stephanie and Sunset, said he sees a lot of traffic problems. "The traffic from 1-215 to Stephanie Street and 1-95 to Sunset is causing more congestion," he said. "It's a highly traveled corridor; it's where people want to be," McKenna said. Despite concerns over safety, some people are pleased about the prospect of more shopping centers in the area. "More shopping — that's cool," Corey Marshall said. We offer: • 20 ytan ierving Los Vegas e unchanged. "The casino will remain pretty much the same for the time being otherwise," Taylor said. "For the time being, we are going to allow The Reserve to retain its nameand its theme." However, Station Casinos plans to spend $8 million this year for minor renovations to the casino floor and parking areas. "Not much is going to change around here — we are just closing for half a day to count the money in the whole casino," said Millie Ayres, mariager of the gift shop at The Reserve. "I guess all the managers are going to keep their jobs." "When the casino changes ownership, the transfer of all funds has to be done under the close supervision of regulatory bodies," said Gillian Silver, vice president of corporate communications for Ameristar Casinos, owner of The Reserve. "The Reserve will have to close its doors temporarily for the transactioii^ to take place." Station Casinos is based in Las Vegas, where the company specializes in catering to locals rather than tourists. In addition to The Reserve, the company owns and operates Palace Station, Boulder Station, Santa Fe Station, the Wild Wild West Gambling Hall, the Texas Station, the Fiesta Hotel and Casino in North Las Vegas and the Sunset Station in Henderson. Station Casinos is also constructing another hotel and casino in Henderson. When the hotel and casino in Green Valley Ranch is scheduled to open its doors in December, it will be the ninth casino to open in the Laa Vegas valley under Station Casinos ownership. There is no specific theme planned for the new casino, other than that it will be a place of elegance.'Taylor said. lb purchase The Reserve, Station Caainos had to sell off some of it riverboat properties in Kanus City and St. Charles, Mo. The sale of The Reserve would allow Ameristar to focus its activity in the riverboat casino market, where it has become an industry leader The Reserve is located on the intersection of Interstates 215 and 515. The casino has about 42,000 square feet of casino space with 1,430 slot machines, 26 table games, a sports book, a keno lounge and a bingo room. The property also has 224 hotel rooms, six restaurants and 1,900 surface parking spaces. The Reserve has been master-planned to accommodate phased expansions of the gaming areas, additional hotel rooms, multi-level parking and other amenities. The Real Meal Deals! SERVED 24 HOURS'. PORTERHOUSE, PRIME RIB or NEW YORK STEAK DINNBH Served With Choice Of Potato, Soup Or Salad And Dinner Roll! We love Las\^gas! HERE'S OUR GIFT TO YOU. Earn 13^ ON FIRST DEEDS OF TRUST. • Receive an intcnaSt check every'nxindi. • Enjov A pcrtcil s,ifetv recoal.To elate no im'cstor has e\'cr lost a penny of principal or interest • MoRthan a billion dollars invested. ABOUT VESTIN • CtiiRnlh nuiiafcini; more than S282 niillHin. • Ilk' only iHihlii i<>mp.in\ in Nc^:>da that handle^ pnratc invomr*. • Cjinrmcd tn uma-innmnt SKC jjuidclinc. hrycr n.-M.-rvT?. • Manajjrs NrraJaV cnjy hilly SEC' irpstcirJ mort);aKc lurkl that meet* stnct .NyVSAA ^Hlclinr>. • Ontii tik' btgot pm-att Wiklcn in America Miailcx- nuncr. • -Mure oiinhux-d oqKriCTktthan am other Imdrr ot'iiur land m Noida. CALL TODAY FOR YOUR FREE BROCHURE. VESTIN I NOflTGflGE A SI HSIHURV Of VtMIN (,R(IIP ,SASIi*i) VSTNi (702) 2270965 2901 El Cunino VuiU JM, LM Vf9H. NV 09102 • www vMUnmortgayt-CWii "Pm mmjm on M 'nrmtrnf MO OOC m* TUESDAY *-* SATURDAY I LIVE ENTHnAINMENT i MUSIC •^COMEDY^* MAGIC / 2000 S. Bouldep HwyL Magic H4y 558-6454 Managamtm RaMrvtt Alt Rights Oadlt PuMihed in Casir>o Tuesday, January 30. 2001 Henderon Home News Page 5 DEATHS Patrick M. Callahan Patnck M. Callahan, 68, died Jan. 25,2001. The U.S. Marine veteran of Korea wais bom March 12, 1932, in Butte, Mont., and had been a retired stagehand In the entertainment industry, and memtjer of lATSE (International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees) Local 720. He is sunm/ed by a companion, Janis Kester of Henderson; sons, Cary and Cort Callahan, both of Las Vegas; sisters, Colleen Harrington of Santa Clara, Calif., JoAnn Bateman of Las Vegas, and Karen Chinen of Kailua, Hawaii; and one grandchild. Services were held. An-angements were handled by Palm Mortuary-Eastem. Harold Durham Harold Durtiam, 56, died Jan. 21,2001. The 10-year Henderson resident was bom Sept. 1, 1944, in Washington and had tieen in construction. He is survived by a son, Jeff Durham; and a daughter, Michelle Magruder, both of Tacoma, Wash. No local services were held. Internment was in Tacoma. Anangements were handled by Hites Funeral Home. Ronald J. Hinders Ronald J. Flinders, 34, died Tuesday, Jan. 23, 2001, in Las Vegas. Bom Jan. 16, 1967, in Ogden, Utah, he had ben a resident of Las Vegas for three and one-half years. He was an attorney. He was employed at the law offices of Vannaii, Costello, Canepa, Riedy & Rubino; he sen/ed an LDS Spanish-speaking Mission in Domioican J^epublic (1985-1987). He is survived by his wife, Elizabeth E.; daughters, Branwyn E.; Shelby E.; son, Seth G., all of North Las Vegas; parents Peggy and Jay Flinders of Littleton, Colo.; brother, Scott A. of Henderson; sister, Jennifer Egbert of Aurora, Colo.; brothers, Troy N. of Englewood, Colo; Craig D. of Littleton; aunts, uncles, cousins and many friends. Services were held. Interment is at Chapel Hills Cemetery, Littleton. Arrangements were handled by Palm Mortuary-Cheyenne, in Las Vegas. Norman Hoffman Nonnan Hoffman, 91, died Wednesday Jan. 24,2001, in Las Vegas. Bom Jan. 19, 1910, in Milton, Pa., he had been a resident of Las Vegas for 16 years. He was a business owner He is survived by his won, William 'Bill' Hoffman also of Las Vegas; three grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. There are no local sennces. Interment will be in the Twin Hills Cemetery, Montoursville, Pa. Anrangements were handled by Hites Funeral Home, in Henderson. Helen Hubble Helen Hubble, 82, died Jan. 23,2001. The long-time Henderson resident was bom April 30, 1918, in Canada and had been in quality controHnjit processing. She Is survived by a daughter, Susan Vowels of Kalkaska, Mich. No local services were held. Intemment was in Kalkaska. Arrangements were handled by Hites Funeral Home. Sally J. Jensen Sally June Jensen, 66, died Thursday, Jan. 25, 2001, In Las Vegas. Bom June 5, 1934, in Idaho Falls, Idaho, sfje had been a resident of Henderson since 1955. She was a retired real estate agent. She married Donald Jim Jensen on Aug. 2, 1952, She graduated from Gunnlson Valley High School in 1952. She is survived by her husband, Donald"Jlm Jensen of Henderson; daughters, Terrie Sellers, also of Henderson; Sherrie Sherman of Reno; sons, Ronald of Pahrump; Donald of Henderson; brother, Gary Robinson of Orem, Utah; 15 grandchildren and 12 greatgrandchildren. The family suggests donations to the Leukemia Society of America. Services were held. Arrangements were handled by Palm Mortuary-Henderson. Roland Koza Roland Koza, 75, died Tuesday, Jan. 23, 2001, in Las Vegas. Bom Feb. 7, 1926, In Cleveland, he had been a resident of Las Vegas for 34 years. He was a stagehand. He is sunwed by his brother, Frank of Chicago, III. Interment will be in Calvary Cemetery, Cleveland. AnBngements were handled by Hites Funeral Home in Henderson. Hany Missbach Harry Missbach, 70, died Wednesday Jan. 24, 2001, In Las Vegas. Bom Sept. 25, 1930, in Newark, N.J., he had t>een a resident of Henderson for 14 years. He was a retired restaurant manager He was a member of the Elks Lodge, and was a veteran of the U.S. Army, having served In Worid War II. He is sun/ived by his wife, Theresa of Henderson; daughter, Sandra Jean Missbach of Daytona Beach Shores, Fla. An-angements were handled by Palm Mortuary-Henderson. Municipal Court DUi convictions Dennis Erik Brown, 22„ 36, arrested Nov. 25, 2000, at 1640 W. Warm Sphnga, was charged and convicted on Jan. 24, with DUI/Liquor-lst, with a BAG level of .15, was fined $760, and ordered to attend DUI School, \rictim Impact Panel, and 2 days in jail. John Ehe Bacon, 45, arrested Sept. 25,2000, at 2295 N. Green Valley Pkwy., waa charged and convicted on Jan. 23, with DUI/Liquor/CS-l8t, with a BAG level of .02 and CS, was fined $700, and ordered to attend DUI School, N^ictim Impact Panel, and 2 days in jail. Frankie Carl Embrey, 51, arrested Sept. 26 2000, at 2001 Ramrod, was charged and convicted on Jan. 16, with DUI/Liquor-lst, with a BAG level of .21, was fined $860, and ordered to attend DUI School, Victim Impact Panel, 2 days in jail, and outpatient coimseling for three months. Maureen C. Wood, 52, arrested Nov. 22, 2000, at U.S. 93 and Sunset, was charged and convicted on Jan. 17, with DUI/Liquor-lst, with a BAG level of .13, was fined $760, and ordered to attend DUI School, Victim Impact Panel, and 2 days in jail. Angelo Prado, 28, arrested 8^ 2, 2000, at U.S. 93 and Barrett, was charged and convicted on Jan. 23, with DUI/Liquor-lst, with a BAG level of .14 was fined $760, and ordered to attend DUI School, Victim Impact Panel, and 2 days in jail. Nicole S. Pixwen, 22, arreated Sept 19, 2000, at Mountain Vista and Hacienda, was charged and convicted on Jan. 9, with OUI/Liquor-lit, with an unknown BAG level, waa fined $760, and md Seied B • Served IJ am • II pm Daly Fabulous Dinners IWo specials Daly inoiudri|: Peltte Rkf (WiAwMimi) t6.48 MMJ-Cen^sl Fiik (M^js) <6.48 "• M mMtk 24 Hoin Ewiv H *** The 8 oz. Prime Rib Dinner jukf *6.95 n you Iww t tell w jfMt fNo ttOM feiHb oi wit Mdv* itap h vn tv OM o( fti IhHl IWm iwtMiNli Hna. Matna'i OnlM IM oofn^Wv dniift Mninf it JUP 'B-SK. Mill ynnv MN n HM 19 lr\| OM of oiv nouiHHtarirf In ooU tfS^Y CASINO ,5;' Breakfasf from ti.i9 3 Pancfllces and Bacon or Sausage <].59 Bone-in Ham Sfeak wHh 3 Efifts, Pofafoes and loasf <2.49 31. Dally Lunch Specials from (3.75 Complete Meals from (4.75 V WHO UMVaiNn (Monoe^/ lb. 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Pag* 4 Henderson Home New Tuesday, January 30, 2001 Meeting planned for Sun City Developer Richard MacDonald will meet with Sun City residents from 7 to 9 p.m. tomorrow in the ballroom at the Sun Cily/MacDonald Ranch community center. He will discuss plans for a mixed-use development aroimd the area where Green Valley Parkway is being extended through the Sun City development. According to Sun City resideint Tbny Cutropia, MacDonald has already held pre-planning sessions with Planning Commission members and city staff. The proposed project, which will include commercial development, single-family homes and multi-fJEunily housing will be on the planning agenda in March. KLAV 1230 AM EVERY WEDNESDAY 6 PM TO 7 PM G£T ALL THE LATEST NASCAR AND RACING NEWS -WITH THE M^ ^m www.klavl 230am.com Phone 702-731-1230 Ron Martinez/News Staff TRAFFIC CONCERNSTraffic on get worse as the city grows and TRAFFIC From Page 1 sections and providing additional turn lanes. In addition, Bartels said, developers are also required to make improvements. Developers of Sun Mark Plaza, being built east of the Galleria Mall on Sunset Road, will be construct an additional right-hand turn lane onto Marks. Wal-mart, which just opened on the southeast corner of Marks and Sunset, was required to put in a signal at Marks Street and Warm Springs. Additional lanes on Warm Springs have been put in through near the Stephanie Street intersection in the last six months. A fourth lane on Sunset between the freeway and the Stephanie intersection is also being built. More turn lanes from STATION ?^ From Page 1 :' the Sunset Road and Warm Springs corridor between Gibson and Stephanie Streets continues to more commercial development goes In. .^ .. .. Sunset onto Stephanie are planned. The right-hand turn from Sunset Road onto Gibson is being improved. Bartels said when developers submit projects to the city's Planning Department, staff adds conditions requiring them to make road and infrastructure improvements. Along with state and city support, the improvements to the area should keep traffic flowing at a good rate, he said. Every vyear, the state does an analysis of traffic patterns over the past three years, and improvements are made on the basis of these reports. But with the area already crowded with commercial centers, the addition of more shopping centers concerns ;% residents and officers on traffic patrol in the area. According to Bartels, there are plans for developing everything along Warm Springs in the commercial area except what is lefl of the golf driving range. Sears will be build a store on Warm Springs, and other shopping centers are proposed for Warm^ Springs near Marks and. Stephanie streets. Sunset Station will also be building out nearby parcels. But accidents in the area continue, and according to McKenna, drivers can do a lot to prevent the problems. "I don't think the city is doing anything wrong," he said. "People are being too impatient and are not courteous. Todd and Rochelle Baio said they were very concerned over the impact of all the development on students at Green Valley High School. "The kids are just darting out — it doesn't seem like they're doing anything about it," Rochelle Baio said. Andrew Ravenette, who works at the Target Store on Stephanie and Sunset, said he sees a lot of traffic problems. "The traffic from 1-215 to Stephanie Street and 1-95 to Sunset is causing more congestion," he said. "It's a highly traveled corridor; it's where people want to be," McKenna said. Despite concerns over safety, some people are pleased about the prospect of more shopping centers in the area. "More shopping — that's cool," Corey Marshall said. We offer: • 20 ytan ierving Los Vegas e unchanged. "The casino will remain pretty much the same for the time being otherwise," Taylor said. "For the time being, we are going to allow The Reserve to retain its nameand its theme." However, Station Casinos plans to spend $8 million this year for minor renovations to the casino floor and parking areas. "Not much is going to change around here — we are just closing for half a day to count the money in the whole casino," said Millie Ayres, mariager of the gift shop at The Reserve. "I guess all the managers are going to keep their jobs." "When the casino changes ownership, the transfer of all funds has to be done under the close supervision of regulatory bodies," said Gillian Silver, vice president of corporate communications for Ameristar Casinos, owner of The Reserve. "The Reserve will have to close its doors temporarily for the transactioii^ to take place." Station Casinos is based in Las Vegas, where the company specializes in catering to locals rather than tourists. In addition to The Reserve, the company owns and operates Palace Station, Boulder Station, Santa Fe Station, the Wild Wild West Gambling Hall, the Texas Station, the Fiesta Hotel and Casino in North Las Vegas and the Sunset Station in Henderson. Station Casinos is also constructing another hotel and casino in Henderson. When the hotel and casino in Green Valley Ranch is scheduled to open its doors in December, it will be the ninth casino to open in the Laa Vegas valley under Station Casinos ownership. There is no specific theme planned for the new casino, other than that it will be a place of elegance.'Taylor said. lb purchase The Reserve, Station Caainos had to sell off some of it riverboat properties in Kanus City and St. Charles, Mo. The sale of The Reserve would allow Ameristar to focus its activity in the riverboat casino market, where it has become an industry leader The Reserve is located on the intersection of Interstates 215 and 515. The casino has about 42,000 square feet of casino space with 1,430 slot machines, 26 table games, a sports book, a keno lounge and a bingo room. The property also has 224 hotel rooms, six restaurants and 1,900 surface parking spaces. The Reserve has been master-planned to accommodate phased expansions of the gaming areas, additional hotel rooms, multi-level parking and other amenities. The Real Meal Deals! SERVED 24 HOURS'. PORTERHOUSE, PRIME RIB or NEW YORK STEAK DINNBH Served With Choice Of Potato, Soup Or Salad And Dinner Roll! We love Las\^gas! HERE'S OUR GIFT TO YOU. Earn 13^ ON FIRST DEEDS OF TRUST. • Receive an intcnaSt check every'nxindi. • Enjov A pcrtcil s,ifetv recoal.To elate no im'cstor has e\'cr lost a penny of principal or interest • MoRthan a billion dollars invested. ABOUT VESTIN • CtiiRnlh nuiiafcini; more than S282 niillHin. • Ilk' only iHihlii i<>mp.in\ in Nc^:>da that handle^ pnratc invomr*. • Cjinrmcd tn uma-innmnt SKC jjuidclinc. hrycr n.-M.-rvT?. • Manajjrs NrraJaV cnjy hilly SEC' irpstcirJ mort);aKc lurkl that meet* stnct .NyVSAA ^Hlclinr>. • Ontii tik' btgot pm-att Wiklcn in America Miailcx- nuncr. • -Mure oiinhux-d oqKriCTktthan am other Imdrr ot'iiur land m Noida. CALL TODAY FOR YOUR FREE BROCHURE. VESTIN I NOflTGflGE A SI HSIHURV Of VtMIN (,R(IIP ,SASIi*i) VSTNi (702) 2270965 2901 El Cunino VuiU JM, LM Vf9H. NV 09102 • www vMUnmortgayt-CWii "Pm mmjm on M 'nrmtrnf MO OOC m* TUESDAY *-* SATURDAY I LIVE ENTHnAINMENT i MUSIC •^COMEDY^* MAGIC / 2000 S. Bouldep HwyL Magic H4y 558-6454 Managamtm RaMrvtt Alt Rights Oadlt PuMihed in Casir>o Tuesday, January 30. 2001 Henderon Home News Page 5 DEATHS Patrick M. Callahan Patnck M. Callahan, 68, died Jan. 25,2001. The U.S. Marine veteran of Korea wais bom March 12, 1932, in Butte, Mont., and had been a retired stagehand In the entertainment industry, and memtjer of lATSE (International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees) Local 720. He is sunm/ed by a companion, Janis Kester of Henderson; sons, Cary and Cort Callahan, both of Las Vegas; sisters, Colleen Harrington of Santa Clara, Calif., JoAnn Bateman of Las Vegas, and Karen Chinen of Kailua, Hawaii; and one grandchild. Services were held. An-angements were handled by Palm Mortuary-Eastem. Harold Durham Harold Durtiam, 56, died Jan. 21,2001. The 10-year Henderson resident was bom Sept. 1, 1944, in Washington and had tieen in construction. He is survived by a son, Jeff Durham; and a daughter, Michelle Magruder, both of Tacoma, Wash. No local services were held. Internment was in Tacoma. Anangements were handled by Hites Funeral Home. Ronald J. Hinders Ronald J. Flinders, 34, died Tuesday, Jan. 23, 2001, in Las Vegas. Bom Jan. 16, 1967, in Ogden, Utah, he had ben a resident of Las Vegas for three and one-half years. He was an attorney. He was employed at the law offices of Vannaii, Costello, Canepa, Riedy & Rubino; he sen/ed an LDS Spanish-speaking Mission in Domioican J^epublic (1985-1987). He is survived by his wife, Elizabeth E.; daughters, Branwyn E.; Shelby E.; son, Seth G., all of North Las Vegas; parents Peggy and Jay Flinders of Littleton, Colo.; brother, Scott A. of Henderson; sister, Jennifer Egbert of Aurora, Colo.; brothers, Troy N. of Englewood, Colo; Craig D. of Littleton; aunts, uncles, cousins and many friends. Services were held. Interment is at Chapel Hills Cemetery, Littleton. Arrangements were handled by Palm Mortuary-Cheyenne, in Las Vegas. Norman Hoffman Nonnan Hoffman, 91, died Wednesday Jan. 24,2001, in Las Vegas. Bom Jan. 19, 1910, in Milton, Pa., he had been a resident of Las Vegas for 16 years. He was a business owner He is survived by his won, William 'Bill' Hoffman also of Las Vegas; three grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. There are no local sennces. Interment will be in the Twin Hills Cemetery, Montoursville, Pa. Anrangements were handled by Hites Funeral Home, in Henderson. Helen Hubble Helen Hubble, 82, died Jan. 23,2001. The long-time Henderson resident was bom April 30, 1918, in Canada and had been in quality controHnjit processing. She Is survived by a daughter, Susan Vowels of Kalkaska, Mich. No local services were held. Intemment was in Kalkaska. Arrangements were handled by Hites Funeral Home. Sally J. Jensen Sally June Jensen, 66, died Thursday, Jan. 25, 2001, In Las Vegas. Bom June 5, 1934, in Idaho Falls, Idaho, sfje had been a resident of Henderson since 1955. She was a retired real estate agent. She married Donald Jim Jensen on Aug. 2, 1952, She graduated from Gunnlson Valley High School in 1952. She is survived by her husband, Donald"Jlm Jensen of Henderson; daughters, Terrie Sellers, also of Henderson; Sherrie Sherman of Reno; sons, Ronald of Pahrump; Donald of Henderson; brother, Gary Robinson of Orem, Utah; 15 grandchildren and 12 greatgrandchildren. The family suggests donations to the Leukemia Society of America. Services were held. Arrangements were handled by Palm Mortuary-Henderson. Roland Koza Roland Koza, 75, died Tuesday, Jan. 23, 2001, in Las Vegas. Bom Feb. 7, 1926, In Cleveland, he had been a resident of Las Vegas for 34 years. He was a stagehand. He is sunwed by his brother, Frank of Chicago, III. Interment will be in Calvary Cemetery, Cleveland. AnBngements were handled by Hites Funeral Home in Henderson. Hany Missbach Harry Missbach, 70, died Wednesday Jan. 24, 2001, In Las Vegas. Bom Sept. 25, 1930, in Newark, N.J., he had t>een a resident of Henderson for 14 years. He was a retired restaurant manager He was a member of the Elks Lodge, and was a veteran of the U.S. Army, having served In Worid War II. He is sun/ived by his wife, Theresa of Henderson; daughter, Sandra Jean Missbach of Daytona Beach Shores, Fla. An-angements were handled by Palm Mortuary-Henderson. Municipal Court DUi convictions Dennis Erik Brown, 22„ 36, arrested Nov. 25, 2000, at 1640 W. Warm Sphnga, was charged and convicted on Jan. 24, with DUI/Liquor-lst, with a BAG level of .15, was fined $760, and ordered to attend DUI School, \rictim Impact Panel, and 2 days in jail. John Ehe Bacon, 45, arrested Sept. 25,2000, at 2295 N. Green Valley Pkwy., waa charged and convicted on Jan. 23, with DUI/Liquor/CS-l8t, with a BAG level of .02 and CS, was fined $700, and ordered to attend DUI School, N^ictim Impact Panel, and 2 days in jail. Frankie Carl Embrey, 51, arrested Sept. 26 2000, at 2001 Ramrod, was charged and convicted on Jan. 16, with DUI/Liquor-lst, with a BAG level of .21, was fined $860, and ordered to attend DUI School, Victim Impact Panel, 2 days in jail, and outpatient coimseling for three months. Maureen C. Wood, 52, arrested Nov. 22, 2000, at U.S. 93 and Sunset, was charged and convicted on Jan. 17, with DUI/Liquor-lst, with a BAG level of .13, was fined $760, and ordered to attend DUI School, Victim Impact Panel, and 2 days in jail. Angelo Prado, 28, arrested 8^ 2, 2000, at U.S. 93 and Barrett, was charged and convicted on Jan. 23, with DUI/Liquor-lst, with a BAG level of .14 was fined $760, and ordered to attend DUI School, Victim Impact Panel, and 2 days in jail. Nicole S. Pixwen, 22, arreated Sept 19, 2000, at Mountain Vista and Hacienda, was charged and convicted on Jan. 9, with OUI/Liquor-lit, with an unknown BAG level, waa fined $760, and md Seied B • Served IJ am • II pm Daly Fabulous Dinners IWo specials Daly inoiudri|: Peltte Rkf (WiAwMimi) t6.48 MMJ-Cen^sl Fiik (M^js) <6.48 "• M mMtk 24 Hoin Ewiv H *** The 8 oz. Prime Rib Dinner jukf *6.95 n you Iww t tell w jfMt fNo ttOM feiHb oi wit Mdv* itap h vn tv OM o( fti IhHl IWm iwtMiNli Hna. Matna'i OnlM IM oofn^Wv dniift Mninf it JUP 'B-SK. Mill ynnv MN n HM 19 lr\| OM of oiv nouiHHtarirf In ooU tfS^Y CASINO ,5;' Breakfasf from ti.i9 3 Pancfllces and Bacon or Sausage <].59 Bone-in Ham Sfeak wHh 3 Efifts, Pofafoes and loasf <2.49 31. Dally Lunch Specials from (3.75 Complete Meals from (4.75 V WHO UMVaiNn (Monoe^/ lb. 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• • • ^^^mt Page 6>1ndr8bn Horn* News Tuesday, January 30, 2001 HENDERSON HOME NEWS EDUCATION Local pianists do well in competition Several pianists competed in the ninth annual Junior PiaQOCompetition Dec. 2-3 at the Whine Library Concert Hall. The two-day event, promoted by Lisa Fiorenza Ziebol, was divided by levels of study and age groups in a program open to the public. More than 1.00 contestants were judged in classical, jazz/pop, solo and categories. Students of Jean Guanci received the following trophies: Scholarship Competition ages 15-18; Levels 6-10: Danielle Denny Honorable Mention Trophy Piano Solo winners: Jord&n Evans, Honorable Mention. Third place trophies were awarded to: Laura Lynch and Sara Millett. Second-place trophies were earned by: Jessica Welch, Angiela Sivakumar, Niraiyan Gabriallo Aquino, Narlsa Montero and Rabakah Aquino Sivakumar, Hunter Segesta, Emily Ferguson, Emily Kirk, Chloe Nelson, Gabrielle Aquino, Alura Vincent, Alexandra Melia, Ashlee Lynkins and Katie Manthei. First-plade trophies were won by: Jenae Chriatensen, Jarrett ChristenseA, Angiela Sivakumar, Jordan Chriatensen, Michael Mesa, Sara Trigero, Kristin Duncan, Barrett Segesta, Shannon McCoy, Jesslin Jones; Shannon McCoy (2nd entry), Meghan Wagonseller, Danielle Denny, Janneper Huh, Jordan Orris, Elizabeth Manthei, Haley Ferguson, Jadon Montero, Jordan Orris (2nd entry) and Milan Montero^' k r i s t i n a Bordinhao, Katarina Bordinhao, Angela Ibrrazas, Emily Kirk (2nd entry), Jake Melia, Alura Vincent (2nd entry), Carlos Terrazas, Vinny Spotleson and Megan Tarwater; Sarah Lynch, Garrett Denham, Narisa Montero, Kyle Ferguson, Rebekah Alaura Vincent Aquino, Lauren Miller, Daniel Becker and Stephen Manthei. In the duet and trio division, all entrants won firstplace trophies. Duet winners were: Barrett and Hunter Segesta, Jarrett and Jordan Christensen, Shannon McCoy and Sara Trigero, Kristina and Katarina Bordinhao, Kyle Ferguson and Carlos Terrazas, Jake and Alexandra Melia, Katie Manthei and Sarah Lynch, and trio performers Rebekah Aquino, Narisa Montero and Gabrielle Aquino. The Best Jazz/Pop Performance Trophy was won by Alura Vincent. The Best Duet/Trio Trophies went to Rebekah Aquino, Narisa Montero, and Gabrielle Aquino. Jean Guanci was awarded the Most Outstanding Teacher plaque. Other honors Guanci's students were in another competition at UNLV Cello, violin, classical guitar and piano entrants performed for three judges. Certificates were awarded. The pianists were: Daniel Becker, Danielle Denny, Jake Melia, ^Alexandra Melia, Kiyo^a Nomure, Kiyone Nomura and Jordan Orris. First-place ribbon winners were: Kiyone and Kyota Nomura. An honorable mention ribbon winner was: Jordan Orris. Black Mountain offers photography workshops The Black Mountain Recreation Center, 599 Greenway Road, is oflfering residents an opportunity to enhance their photography skill.s during two comprehensive workshops. Enrollment is open to those of novice through intermediate skill levels. Participation is $20 per person, ages 15 and up. The workshops are sponsored by the Henderson Parks and Recreation Department. The first workshop is called "Taking A Great Photograph" and will take place from 5 to 7 p.m. on Feb. 12 £md covers all aspects of the 35mm camera, including settings, how to use those settings, and how to take great pictures every time. The second workshop will focus on landscape photography. It will take place from 2 to 4 p.m. on Feb. 18. Workshop participants are asked to bring their own cameras to class. Call 565-2880. Advanced registration i.s recommended, Foothill hosts Shakespearean performance By Caria RIddIt News StaffWriter For the secbnd consecutive year, Foothill High School will host a one-night onfy performance by the Utah Shakespearean group at 7 p.m. Feb. 10 in the Foothill HS theater. As a part of their Educational Festival Tour, the Utah Shakespearean group will perforrii one* of the bestknown tragedies^, "Julius Caesar." Foothill High theater students, who took part in a Shakespearean competition earlier in the school year, are hosting the one-night performance as a way of fundraising for the cost of sound and lighting equipment that is not originally supplied to the theater department. The system we're Idoking at is between $2,000 to $2,200. The ticket sales for the play will, hopefully, really offset the cost for the equipment," said (jlene Dannan, Foothill theater director. "We are really trying to build up the theater department." The Utah Shakespearean group travels to several states to perform Shakespeare's plays. This is the sixth year Dannan has worked with them. "(Hosting the play) is a good way of generating interest of McCaw School of Mines goH tournament set for May 5 The fifth annual Gordon McCaw School of Mines Golf Ibumament is set for Saturday, May 5, at the Anthem Revere course in Henderson. Golfers participating in the annual mining museum fundraising event will be competing for a variety of prizes in the four-person scramble event. Tee-off is set for 7:30 a.m. with an awards luncheon following the golf action. Proceeds fTX)m the tournament will help continue funding of the museum operation, a popular field trip destination for C^k County elementary school children. More than 17,(XX) students have visited the museum since opening in January 1997.' Ninety-six golfers competed in the 2000 tournament, competing for one-ounce gold coins awai;ded to the top golfers. The Food For Fines at libraiy The Henderson Distrif^ Public Library is holding its ailnual Food For Fines program to benefit those in need in the Henderson area. During February, patrons may bring non-perishable food to the Ubrary in lieu of paying fines accrued on books. Canned or boxed food will also be accepted for payment on existing fines on a library card. This excludes payment on lost or damaged books. The food collected will be donated to HACA The food is being collected at the James I. Gibson Branch, 280 S, Water St., the Pittman Branch, 1608 Moser Dr., and the Lydia Malcolm Branch, 80 N. Pecos. Call 565-8402. Word processHig class offered The Gibaon Branch of the Henderson District Public Libraries, 280 Water St., wiU hold free word proceaaing classes for adults using Microsoft Word from 2 to 3 p.m. and from 7 to 8 p.m. Monday, Feb. 5. High school student* ara wekome at the 7 p.m. aeaaion. Call 86&-8402. Pioneer Americas team from Henderson won last year. Players of any ability are welcome to enter the tournament, according to organizers. "Our main goals, win or lose, are to have fun and raise money for Gordon McCaw," tournament organizer Carl Berger said. In past years, special recognition has been given to the lastplace team. That tradition will continue in 2001. "But this year, it might be a little different. I don't want to spoil any surprises, but golfers might just want to think about shooting for last place instead of first place," Berger said Any interested players or sponsors can get more information from Berger,' 566-9273, evenings or by calling Mary George at Gordon McCaw during the day, 799-8930. Feb. Classes ~ Drawer Basics *' Dovetails Made Simple ~ Happy Hammer Day (kids) ~ Furniture Design Basics -Wild Stool Ottbmans UK' Ptam Ms SB Ml 4Se4S27 their production," Dannan said. Ticket prices are $8 for students and senior citizens and $10 for adults. Tickets can be reserved by calling Dannan, ,799-3500, ext. 257. Pre-paid tickets can be picked up at the theater box office the evening of the performance at the will call window. lait Doctor you salv s] children's health, right? It's time for an adult Doctor ^inlse to be Just as kind as your old pediatrician no stickers or candy given and no Snoopy ties W^M^lMiY C/\ilE Kelly E. Van Wagnen MD of Southern Nevada ^''^ <^f"'^^^ ^"^^ • '^^^^'^'"' 2551 N. Green VallevPark\vav#,-i(J6-C • Henderson, .Nevada 890i4 • 7O2 99O-03.i^ NOW THRU FEBRUARY 23RD! §avefMi(Htwfe1iMir(icdHCiinlBI$! • ^1 ik7 ^^ mm ^^^ \\to 14) lb $1,000 Towards Yom-Ci^t Canl Bife^ Qualify For The Great S^iiv<)ff On Febniaiy 23rd And Get A Chance lb Spin For The Grand Prize IJ^ lb $15,000! EamMoreDrawingTicketsEveiyDay! VWEO POKER Every Natural Four-Of-A-Kind!* VIDEO REELS-EvevsBonmScreenf TABLE GAMES Every Suited Blaclgack! SPORTS BOOK Every $100 Bet! / BARLEY'S rutrto^ Wlicn-Ku'nixt> KiMms^oiiPii.uiu; i >> If you think you have a gambling problem, call I-W0-522-47D0 W^ Mr. imALESTATE ^ LnnSG HENDERSON fiOMETiws HOME B/imOVEhim^ Tuesday, January 30, 2001 Henderson Haven Premier Edition Page B1 Buyers can find Richmond American Homes throughout Henderson area Respected builder Richmond American Homes offers four stunning communities consisting of a wide selection of floorplans and prices throughout the city of Henderson. This fast-growing city plays host to four distinct communities by national builder Talten a drive through Henderson lately? Then chances are you have already seen at least one of the new home neighborhoods now being ..flffered by Richmond American Homes. As always, this nationally recognized new homebuilder is well acquainted with the locations and styles of homes that more buyers prefer. So well, in fact, that Richmond American has not one, not two,' not even three — but four stunning communities that offer a wide selection of floorplans and prices available throughout the city of Henderson. Starting with Richmond at Anthem — the perfect combination of luxury and location. The waterfalls, the lush greenbelts, the surrounding desert vistas — all of these provide the perfect backdrop for Richmond American's most impressive designs to date in the Las Vegas valley. Eight distinctly different floorplans are offered here, known as The Classic and The Premier Collections. The Prenaier Collection consists of five disarmingly attractive home which range in size from the single-story Monet at 2,636 square feet, up to the impressive, two-story Da, Vind at more than 4,300 square feet. Priced from $234,990, these plans offer a variety of room options, three-car garages, and up to as many as nice bedrooms. Whether your family is looking for comfort or opulence, with its versatility and upgrade capabilities The Premier Collection is certain to have the perfect home for your lifestyle. The Classic Collection at Richmond at Anthem includes three single-story homes priced fmm just $183,990 and ranging up to m ore than 2,360 square feet. The Aston, The Wmdsor, and the Camelot are certainly appropriate names for these spacious one-story designs — for if ever a home was your castle, it would be here. Elegant secluded master suites, extended family rooms, gourmet kitchens, and casitas are just a sampling of what you wiU find at The Classic Collection. With the development of Richmond at Anthem, llichmond American Ifomes became the only new homebuilder invited by the Del Webb Corporation to participate in the Anthem community, lb celebrate the success of this first venture, Richmond American continues this legacy with the creation of Encore — their newest ofifering at Anthem. See RICHMOND PageB4 Home Builders will show o£F latest products and services in Atlanta By Chuck N. Baker Boulder City Editor m As industries grow and the nation increases its economic output, conventions, seminars and exhibitions continue to be big business for cities. The National Association of Home Builders (NAHB)-holds its international builders' show on an annual basis, choosing a host city for several years runningT In the early 1990's Las Vegas had the honors, and then the venue moved to Atlanta, then to Houston mid-decade and later settled in ^^^^^ Dallas for a couple of years. Now it's back to Atlanta where next month it will happen all over again as more than 70,000 housing industry professionals converge on the Georgia World Congress Center for the 57{h annual convention and exposition Feb. 9-12. Liast'year a spokesman for the NAHB said Uie show generated approximately $115 million in revenue for the city. Next month Atlanta will see 20,000 of its hotel rooms filled in about 100 hotels over a oneweek period. Robert Mitchell, NAHB president and a builder himself from Rockville, MD., said The International Builders' Show is easily the most important annual event for home .builders and their affiliates in Uie" multifamily, remodeling, light commercial construction. housing finance, property management, design, subcontracting and manufacturing fidds. More than 1,000 exhibitors will be on hand to showcase all the latest products and services for our industry under a single roof. Meanwhile, nearly 200 educational seminars will be presented by experts in every niche of the business." Exhibitors and attendees will visit Atlanta from all over the nation and the world. Locally representatives of the Southern Nevada Home Builders Association and numerous home builders from Henderson and Las Vegas will be in Atlanta to learn the latest building techniques and get a readers in Henderson, Boulder City and all over the world can search the Internet sites of exhibitors and submit requests for product brochures as well as view video broadcasts of educational seminars, product launches and exhibitor interviews. Thev communication venture is being ^produced by NAHB, BuildingOnline.com, iShow.com, BellSouth and Intel. • Providing 24-hour, sevenday per week access to products and services, Mitchell said, "It virtually guarantees that the Locally representatives of the Southern Nevada Home Builders Association and numerous home builders from Henderson and Las Vegas will be in Atlanta to learn the latest building techniques and get a first-hand look at new products and accessories for housing. first-hand look at new products and accessories for housing. This year the show will place a special emphasis on cutting-edge technologies. An entire "show-within-a-show* called the "techHOMExpo" will encompass more than 90,000 square feet out of the more than 620,000 square feet of exhibits scheduled to be built. Leaders of what the NAHB calls the "digital revolution" will be on hand to present the latest in Web-accessible home automation systems, on-line project management and large bandwidth solutions.Show attendees will get a chance to personally test-drive new products. For the first time the show will be provide oq-line access for every product and service displayed at the show. By calling up BuildersShownni. investment people make to come to Atlanta this February will keep paying off throughout the entire year." This year there will be another added feature, the third consecutive appearance of the International Commercial Construction Exposition, with more than 100 exhibits and professional seminars focused on light commercial construction. The show will open with a keynote address by NBC's weatherman and personality Willard Scott. Vocalist Lee Greenwood will be the star performer, with Atlanta's Mt. Paran Church of God providing additional musical fare. Paying tribute to the thousands of home builders who have volunteered their time and funds for community betterment across the country, the theme of "Home Builders Care" will be present at the event Nature's Beauty Ksndra Perry/Nem Staff GREAT VIEW • This view from the City of Henderson's Bird Viewing Preserve offers resMents and tourists alike an opportunity to witness nature's beauty. Despite its treniendous growth during the past decade, the Handerson area still offers peace md relaxation to those who chooM to ai^ it Understanding the process of your mortgage loan See BUILDERS Page 82 Buying a new home is as exciting as it can be stressful. It could be the most important purchase you will ever make. You will most likely require financing to make your dream home a reality. A qualified Loan Officer is essential to guide you throu^ the mortgage process. fit)m application to funding of the loan. TTie Loan Officer will answer questions, advise you of status, ft organize your loan appUcation package to assure a smooth tranaitioa through the atafea. Tne pnons firom start to tbrntk, may take about 4-6 weeks and is comprised of four basic steps; interviewing & qualification, processing, underwriting and closing. Interviewinc A Qwaliflcatioii Your Loan Officer will interview you for preliminary information that will help determine your loan needs. A recommendation of the many loan programs will be made to best suit your purposes by using two calculations. Housing-to-income ratio: compares aU monthly housing expenses in relation to your monthly inoome. Debl4o4BeoaM ratkK compares all monthly debt payments in relation to your monthly income. After the preliminary quahfication, an actual a p p Ucat ioo is completed. The application wiO provide comprehensive infbrnuH tion about your credit, employment and hotising histories as well as details of the sulgect property. IVuthfu] and oonplet* information is imperative to assure a smooth |ii ni aas Ym will be aaked to provide supporting documentatkn auch as bank statements, W-^a. paystubs, etc The Loan CMBoer will provide a Good Faith Eatimala r aattloMot cfaargea fordoiiqf yoor loA. a IVutb-inSee LOAN PQ>B3

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• • • ^^^mt Page 6>1ndr8bn Horn* News Tuesday, January 30, 2001 HENDERSON HOME NEWS EDUCATION Local pianists do well in competition Several pianists competed in the ninth annual Junior PiaQOCompetition Dec. 2-3 at the Whine Library Concert Hall. The two-day event, promoted by Lisa Fiorenza Ziebol, was divided by levels of study and age groups in a program open to the public. More than 1.00 contestants were judged in classical, jazz/pop, solo and categories. Students of Jean Guanci received the following trophies: Scholarship Competition ages 15-18; Levels 6-10: Danielle Denny Honorable Mention Trophy Piano Solo winners: Jord&n Evans, Honorable Mention. Third place trophies were awarded to: Laura Lynch and Sara Millett. Second-place trophies were earned by: Jessica Welch, Angiela Sivakumar, Niraiyan Gabriallo Aquino, Narlsa Montero and Rabakah Aquino Sivakumar, Hunter Segesta, Emily Ferguson, Emily Kirk, Chloe Nelson, Gabrielle Aquino, Alura Vincent, Alexandra Melia, Ashlee Lynkins and Katie Manthei. First-plade trophies were won by: Jenae Chriatensen, Jarrett ChristenseA, Angiela Sivakumar, Jordan Chriatensen, Michael Mesa, Sara Trigero, Kristin Duncan, Barrett Segesta, Shannon McCoy, Jesslin Jones; Shannon McCoy (2nd entry), Meghan Wagonseller, Danielle Denny, Janneper Huh, Jordan Orris, Elizabeth Manthei, Haley Ferguson, Jadon Montero, Jordan Orris (2nd entry) and Milan Montero^' k r i s t i n a Bordinhao, Katarina Bordinhao, Angela Ibrrazas, Emily Kirk (2nd entry), Jake Melia, Alura Vincent (2nd entry), Carlos Terrazas, Vinny Spotleson and Megan Tarwater; Sarah Lynch, Garrett Denham, Narisa Montero, Kyle Ferguson, Rebekah Alaura Vincent Aquino, Lauren Miller, Daniel Becker and Stephen Manthei. In the duet and trio division, all entrants won firstplace trophies. Duet winners were: Barrett and Hunter Segesta, Jarrett and Jordan Christensen, Shannon McCoy and Sara Trigero, Kristina and Katarina Bordinhao, Kyle Ferguson and Carlos Terrazas, Jake and Alexandra Melia, Katie Manthei and Sarah Lynch, and trio performers Rebekah Aquino, Narisa Montero and Gabrielle Aquino. The Best Jazz/Pop Performance Trophy was won by Alura Vincent. The Best Duet/Trio Trophies went to Rebekah Aquino, Narisa Montero, and Gabrielle Aquino. Jean Guanci was awarded the Most Outstanding Teacher plaque. Other honors Guanci's students were in another competition at UNLV Cello, violin, classical guitar and piano entrants performed for three judges. Certificates were awarded. The pianists were: Daniel Becker, Danielle Denny, Jake Melia, ^Alexandra Melia, Kiyo^a Nomure, Kiyone Nomura and Jordan Orris. First-place ribbon winners were: Kiyone and Kyota Nomura. An honorable mention ribbon winner was: Jordan Orris. Black Mountain offers photography workshops The Black Mountain Recreation Center, 599 Greenway Road, is oflfering residents an opportunity to enhance their photography skill.s during two comprehensive workshops. Enrollment is open to those of novice through intermediate skill levels. Participation is $20 per person, ages 15 and up. The workshops are sponsored by the Henderson Parks and Recreation Department. The first workshop is called "Taking A Great Photograph" and will take place from 5 to 7 p.m. on Feb. 12 £md covers all aspects of the 35mm camera, including settings, how to use those settings, and how to take great pictures every time. The second workshop will focus on landscape photography. It will take place from 2 to 4 p.m. on Feb. 18. Workshop participants are asked to bring their own cameras to class. Call 565-2880. Advanced registration i.s recommended, Foothill hosts Shakespearean performance By Caria RIddIt News StaffWriter For the secbnd consecutive year, Foothill High School will host a one-night onfy performance by the Utah Shakespearean group at 7 p.m. Feb. 10 in the Foothill HS theater. As a part of their Educational Festival Tour, the Utah Shakespearean group will perforrii one* of the bestknown tragedies^, "Julius Caesar." Foothill High theater students, who took part in a Shakespearean competition earlier in the school year, are hosting the one-night performance as a way of fundraising for the cost of sound and lighting equipment that is not originally supplied to the theater department. The system we're Idoking at is between $2,000 to $2,200. The ticket sales for the play will, hopefully, really offset the cost for the equipment," said (jlene Dannan, Foothill theater director. "We are really trying to build up the theater department." The Utah Shakespearean group travels to several states to perform Shakespeare's plays. This is the sixth year Dannan has worked with them. "(Hosting the play) is a good way of generating interest of McCaw School of Mines goH tournament set for May 5 The fifth annual Gordon McCaw School of Mines Golf Ibumament is set for Saturday, May 5, at the Anthem Revere course in Henderson. Golfers participating in the annual mining museum fundraising event will be competing for a variety of prizes in the four-person scramble event. Tee-off is set for 7:30 a.m. with an awards luncheon following the golf action. Proceeds fTX)m the tournament will help continue funding of the museum operation, a popular field trip destination for C^k County elementary school children. More than 17,(XX) students have visited the museum since opening in January 1997.' Ninety-six golfers competed in the 2000 tournament, competing for one-ounce gold coins awai;ded to the top golfers. The Food For Fines at libraiy The Henderson Distrif^ Public Library is holding its ailnual Food For Fines program to benefit those in need in the Henderson area. During February, patrons may bring non-perishable food to the Ubrary in lieu of paying fines accrued on books. Canned or boxed food will also be accepted for payment on existing fines on a library card. This excludes payment on lost or damaged books. The food collected will be donated to HACA The food is being collected at the James I. Gibson Branch, 280 S, Water St., the Pittman Branch, 1608 Moser Dr., and the Lydia Malcolm Branch, 80 N. Pecos. Call 565-8402. Word processHig class offered The Gibaon Branch of the Henderson District Public Libraries, 280 Water St., wiU hold free word proceaaing classes for adults using Microsoft Word from 2 to 3 p.m. and from 7 to 8 p.m. Monday, Feb. 5. High school student* ara wekome at the 7 p.m. aeaaion. Call 86&-8402. Pioneer Americas team from Henderson won last year. Players of any ability are welcome to enter the tournament, according to organizers. "Our main goals, win or lose, are to have fun and raise money for Gordon McCaw," tournament organizer Carl Berger said. In past years, special recognition has been given to the lastplace team. That tradition will continue in 2001. "But this year, it might be a little different. I don't want to spoil any surprises, but golfers might just want to think about shooting for last place instead of first place," Berger said Any interested players or sponsors can get more information from Berger,' 566-9273, evenings or by calling Mary George at Gordon McCaw during the day, 799-8930. Feb. Classes ~ Drawer Basics *' Dovetails Made Simple ~ Happy Hammer Day (kids) ~ Furniture Design Basics -Wild Stool Ottbmans UK' Ptam Ms SB Ml 4Se4S27 their production," Dannan said. Ticket prices are $8 for students and senior citizens and $10 for adults. Tickets can be reserved by calling Dannan, ,799-3500, ext. 257. Pre-paid tickets can be picked up at the theater box office the evening of the performance at the will call window. lait Doctor you salv s] children's health, right? It's time for an adult Doctor ^inlse to be Just as kind as your old pediatrician no stickers or candy given and no Snoopy ties W^M^lMiY C/\ilE Kelly E. Van Wagnen MD of Southern Nevada ^''^ <^f"'^^^ ^"^^ • '^^^^'^'"' 2551 N. Green VallevPark\vav#,-i(J6-C • Henderson, .Nevada 890i4 • 7O2 99O-03.i^ NOW THRU FEBRUARY 23RD! §avefMi(Htwfe1iMir(icdHCiinlBI$! • ^1 ik7 ^^ mm ^^^ \\to 14) lb $1,000 Towards Yom-Ci^t Canl Bife^ Qualify For The Great S^iiv<)ff On Febniaiy 23rd And Get A Chance lb Spin For The Grand Prize IJ^ lb $15,000! EamMoreDrawingTicketsEveiyDay! VWEO POKER Every Natural Four-Of-A-Kind!* VIDEO REELS-EvevsBonmScreenf TABLE GAMES Every Suited Blaclgack! SPORTS BOOK Every $100 Bet! / BARLEY'S rutrto^ Wlicn-Ku'nixt> KiMms^oiiPii.uiu; i >> If you think you have a gambling problem, call I-W0-522-47D0 W^ Mr. imALESTATE ^ LnnSG HENDERSON fiOMETiws HOME B/imOVEhim^ Tuesday, January 30, 2001 Henderson Haven Premier Edition Page B1 Buyers can find Richmond American Homes throughout Henderson area Respected builder Richmond American Homes offers four stunning communities consisting of a wide selection of floorplans and prices throughout the city of Henderson. This fast-growing city plays host to four distinct communities by national builder Talten a drive through Henderson lately? Then chances are you have already seen at least one of the new home neighborhoods now being ..flffered by Richmond American Homes. As always, this nationally recognized new homebuilder is well acquainted with the locations and styles of homes that more buyers prefer. So well, in fact, that Richmond American has not one, not two,' not even three — but four stunning communities that offer a wide selection of floorplans and prices available throughout the city of Henderson. Starting with Richmond at Anthem — the perfect combination of luxury and location. The waterfalls, the lush greenbelts, the surrounding desert vistas — all of these provide the perfect backdrop for Richmond American's most impressive designs to date in the Las Vegas valley. Eight distinctly different floorplans are offered here, known as The Classic and The Premier Collections. The Prenaier Collection consists of five disarmingly attractive home which range in size from the single-story Monet at 2,636 square feet, up to the impressive, two-story Da, Vind at more than 4,300 square feet. Priced from $234,990, these plans offer a variety of room options, three-car garages, and up to as many as nice bedrooms. Whether your family is looking for comfort or opulence, with its versatility and upgrade capabilities The Premier Collection is certain to have the perfect home for your lifestyle. The Classic Collection at Richmond at Anthem includes three single-story homes priced fmm just $183,990 and ranging up to m ore than 2,360 square feet. The Aston, The Wmdsor, and the Camelot are certainly appropriate names for these spacious one-story designs — for if ever a home was your castle, it would be here. Elegant secluded master suites, extended family rooms, gourmet kitchens, and casitas are just a sampling of what you wiU find at The Classic Collection. With the development of Richmond at Anthem, llichmond American Ifomes became the only new homebuilder invited by the Del Webb Corporation to participate in the Anthem community, lb celebrate the success of this first venture, Richmond American continues this legacy with the creation of Encore — their newest ofifering at Anthem. See RICHMOND PageB4 Home Builders will show o£F latest products and services in Atlanta By Chuck N. Baker Boulder City Editor m As industries grow and the nation increases its economic output, conventions, seminars and exhibitions continue to be big business for cities. The National Association of Home Builders (NAHB)-holds its international builders' show on an annual basis, choosing a host city for several years runningT In the early 1990's Las Vegas had the honors, and then the venue moved to Atlanta, then to Houston mid-decade and later settled in ^^^^^ Dallas for a couple of years. Now it's back to Atlanta where next month it will happen all over again as more than 70,000 housing industry professionals converge on the Georgia World Congress Center for the 57{h annual convention and exposition Feb. 9-12. Liast'year a spokesman for the NAHB said Uie show generated approximately $115 million in revenue for the city. Next month Atlanta will see 20,000 of its hotel rooms filled in about 100 hotels over a oneweek period. Robert Mitchell, NAHB president and a builder himself from Rockville, MD., said The International Builders' Show is easily the most important annual event for home .builders and their affiliates in Uie" multifamily, remodeling, light commercial construction. housing finance, property management, design, subcontracting and manufacturing fidds. More than 1,000 exhibitors will be on hand to showcase all the latest products and services for our industry under a single roof. Meanwhile, nearly 200 educational seminars will be presented by experts in every niche of the business." Exhibitors and attendees will visit Atlanta from all over the nation and the world. Locally representatives of the Southern Nevada Home Builders Association and numerous home builders from Henderson and Las Vegas will be in Atlanta to learn the latest building techniques and get a readers in Henderson, Boulder City and all over the world can search the Internet sites of exhibitors and submit requests for product brochures as well as view video broadcasts of educational seminars, product launches and exhibitor interviews. Thev communication venture is being ^produced by NAHB, BuildingOnline.com, iShow.com, BellSouth and Intel. • Providing 24-hour, sevenday per week access to products and services, Mitchell said, "It virtually guarantees that the Locally representatives of the Southern Nevada Home Builders Association and numerous home builders from Henderson and Las Vegas will be in Atlanta to learn the latest building techniques and get a first-hand look at new products and accessories for housing. first-hand look at new products and accessories for housing. This year the show will place a special emphasis on cutting-edge technologies. An entire "show-within-a-show* called the "techHOMExpo" will encompass more than 90,000 square feet out of the more than 620,000 square feet of exhibits scheduled to be built. Leaders of what the NAHB calls the "digital revolution" will be on hand to present the latest in Web-accessible home automation systems, on-line project management and large bandwidth solutions.Show attendees will get a chance to personally test-drive new products. For the first time the show will be provide oq-line access for every product and service displayed at the show. By calling up BuildersShownni. investment people make to come to Atlanta this February will keep paying off throughout the entire year." This year there will be another added feature, the third consecutive appearance of the International Commercial Construction Exposition, with more than 100 exhibits and professional seminars focused on light commercial construction. The show will open with a keynote address by NBC's weatherman and personality Willard Scott. Vocalist Lee Greenwood will be the star performer, with Atlanta's Mt. Paran Church of God providing additional musical fare. Paying tribute to the thousands of home builders who have volunteered their time and funds for community betterment across the country, the theme of "Home Builders Care" will be present at the event Nature's Beauty Ksndra Perry/Nem Staff GREAT VIEW • This view from the City of Henderson's Bird Viewing Preserve offers resMents and tourists alike an opportunity to witness nature's beauty. Despite its treniendous growth during the past decade, the Handerson area still offers peace md relaxation to those who chooM to ai^ it Understanding the process of your mortgage loan See BUILDERS Page 82 Buying a new home is as exciting as it can be stressful. It could be the most important purchase you will ever make. You will most likely require financing to make your dream home a reality. A qualified Loan Officer is essential to guide you throu^ the mortgage process. fit)m application to funding of the loan. TTie Loan Officer will answer questions, advise you of status, ft organize your loan appUcation package to assure a smooth tranaitioa through the atafea. Tne pnons firom start to tbrntk, may take about 4-6 weeks and is comprised of four basic steps; interviewing & qualification, processing, underwriting and closing. Interviewinc A Qwaliflcatioii Your Loan Officer will interview you for preliminary information that will help determine your loan needs. A recommendation of the many loan programs will be made to best suit your purposes by using two calculations. Housing-to-income ratio: compares aU monthly housing expenses in relation to your monthly inoome. Debl4o4BeoaM ratkK compares all monthly debt payments in relation to your monthly income. After the preliminary quahfication, an actual a p p Ucat ioo is completed. The application wiO provide comprehensive infbrnuH tion about your credit, employment and hotising histories as well as details of the sulgect property. IVuthfu] and oonplet* information is imperative to assure a smooth |ii ni aas Ym will be aaked to provide supporting documentatkn auch as bank statements, W-^a. paystubs, etc The Loan CMBoer will provide a Good Faith Eatimala r aattloMot cfaargea fordoiiqf yoor loA. a IVutb-inSee LOAN PQ>B3

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Pag B2 Henderson Haven Tuesday, January 30. 2001 • • fcAwnTlh^ Real estate vs. the stock market It's a real challenge. .While more than half of all American adults own real estate, it is equally true that more than half of all adult Americans participate in securities ownership. In both instances, Americans have never before owned real estate or stocks and bonds in such resounding numbers. Many people today are going through the painstaking and thought provoking process of determining whether to put their hard earned money into home ownership or stocks and bonds. There are many view points on the subject and I will attempt to delve into the pros and cons of both investments. Purchasing real estate is more than an investment decision. When purchasiTig a home to live in, it is also a lifestyle decision. It deflnes who your neighbors are and will.be, perhaps where your children will go to school, the amenities that you will have access to, the proximity to places of interest and places of work, the social prestige attached to specific locations, and the willingness to pay for these lifestyle issues aside front the pure investment quality of the specific home that is purchased. Home ownership helps defihe who the homeowner is. The alternative to owning your own home is renting, lb make this example as complete and simple as I can in a few words, the landlord will secure a certain percentage of return on his investment, or else he would not be interested in owning the property. So if a person wants to have the same investment results as his landlord, he merely has to buy the property he wants to live in, if he can. In most instances he has to have some cash, be credit worthy and have a good income. Sometimes these requirements challenge the would be homeowner. But there's no stopping a person from defining himself sociologically and still opting to rent his home rather than purchasing it. In a purely logical sense, most people believe that home ownership is a good investment and it appears that whenever possible, notwithstanding unusual circumstances to the contrary. Americans want to itN9$t in the home they live in. Inventing in the stodc market is becoming more commonplace than ever in our history. Most retirement and pennon plans of m^jor corporatiOD and government entities are heavily invested in stocks and bonds. Trillions of doUaft of American's money is mvested in the market and billieng more are invested every week. Americans are putting money in the stock market at unparalleled levels. The level of risk in purchasing securities is totally dependent on the investor's appetite for the ability to handle risk. IVpically an investor can buy U.ST government guaranteed securities and have virtually no risk of losing his investment. With low risk, however, comes low rewards. That investor may return on his investment barely more than the rate of inddation. Another investor can mvest in very speculative stocks that has a small chance of economic success, but if successful, will return an enormous fate of return on his investment. Hi{^ Hdc, high return. It's the investor choice. The various stock indexes such as the S&P 500 have attested that by and large, over the long run (10-30 yrs.) stocks and bonds have outperformed the rate of inflation and if the investor chooses stable well run companies, the investor will do well. For those folks who thought that I was going to give you a lengthy dissertation as to reasons one should buy real estate rather than securities, sorryl Both are great investment mediums. Buying a home, in addition to being a good investment, heltw define a person as well! So if you need some definition in your life or are going through an identity crisis, perhaps we can make some real estate suggestions to you that would also be a good investment. Providadiif. IMFsdsnIRMlly men m. Henderson Chamber of Commerce 590 South Boulder Highway Henderson, NV 89015 565-8951 Animal Care Animal Foundation of Nevada 384-3333 Clark County Animal Control 455-7710 Henderson Animal Shelter 565-2033 Nevada S.P.C.A. 897-1844 Child Care (Referrals) Child faro LicensingSIDS Clark County 455-3894 Clark County Child Cue Association 734-0504 Consumer Services Better Business Bureau 735-6900 Charity Hotline .: ': 735-6001 Consumer Affairs •-. 486-7355 Recycling Information Line Nevada Division of Enviromental Protection 1-800-947-3873 Department of Motor Vehicles & Voter Registration Department of Motor Vehicles 1 399 American Pacific Henderson, NV 89014 486-4368 1-800-368-7828 UtilHes WATER City of Henderson 240 Water St. Henderson, NV89015 565-2101 TRASH Silver State Disposal P.O. Box 98508 Las Vegas, NV 89193 735-51S1 CAS Southwest Gas Corp, P.O. Box 98512 Las Vegas, NV 89193 365-1555 TELEPHONE Sprint 104 Water St. Henderson, NV8901S 244-7400 ELECTRIC Nevada Power Company 227 Water St. Henderson, NV8901S 367-5555 Government Offices Fire Department 565-2016 Police Department, 565-8933 Police&,Fire Emergancy Only... 9-1-1 Utilities Availability. 565-2101 Henderson justice Court 455-7951 Henderson Municipal Court 565-2075 Senior Services Henderson Senior Center 565-6990 ^ Senior Companion Program 382-0721 Senior Nutrition Program 565-6990 Senior Health Program Clark County Co, Health Dist. 383-1354 Other Infromation For information regarding services, community clubs, organizlions, casiiies, liotels, motels, restaurants, citurches, and other general Information, please coitact the Henderson Chamber of Commerce website at www.hendersonchamber.com Builders From Page B1 ^r. • • •Hh-.-. opening ceremonies, and members of the 107th Congress are expected to take part. Featured exhibits at the show will include no less than three display homes that will be constructed o-*he exhibition floor and just outside the World Congress Center. The "Behind the Walls 2001 demonstration home will illustrate advanced wood construction products and techniques, giving visitors a unique cutaway view beneath the surface of the building envelope to explore ways of preventing moisture penetration and promoting long-term durability. The 1,570-square-foot home will also be a showcase for engineered wood products. Its walls, roof and entire first floor will be built using structural insulated panels. Second-floor construction will implement performance-rated I-joists, beams and Sturd-I-Floor sheathing. There will also be a "Show Village" homes demonstrating techniques for reducing construction cycle times. The 2,33£i-square-foot house will be raffled off at the end of the show, with proceeds going to support hands-on environmental projects for young people. Also being built on-site is a custont 2,300-square-foot modular home constructed to incorporate options aimed at regional tastes and preferences. The New American Home will also be featured. It is plated to be an environmentally sensitive home that celebrates nature in both form and function. It is being used to showcase the ideals of clean industry, sustainable manufacturing processes, frugality in construction and high energy efficiency to create a four-level home complete with a wine cellar, a home theater, brick and stone walls, formal dining room, library/office, music room and a separate carriage. The second-floor'taster suite opens to a porch overlooking an herb garden. The home is topped off" by a crow's nest multi-use area that can be used as a studio or additional bedroom. The NAHB and its afRliates generate research and programs throughout the year, and recently it announced programs designed to reduce energy usage in new and existing homes that could save homeowners more than $350 in average annual heating and cooling costs. Energy efficiency programs were developed by builders, utilities and other groups, and are used by home builders in various parts of the country depending on need, weather conditions, building practices and buyer demand, among other criteria. The programs are Comfort Home, Energy Star, Edison Institute E Seal, Johns Manville Performance Home and Alaska Craftsman Home program. In related efforts to save home buyers money, the American Homeowners Foundation has expanded its Buyers Power! program that it says puts buyers on an equal footing with sellers. The independent organization claims buyers are at a disadvantage in a process that includes confusing laws, procedures and processes. The foundation publishes the Buyers Power! program and the book, *The Complete Home Buyers Guide." The 151-page tome contains charts and work sheets to help buyers rank priorities and determine how much they can afford, and a spokesman says the group offers a free counseliiig'ftoaloh for each buyer who participates. For more information, call (800) 489-7776. And while many dot.com companies are closing their doors, one firm says its is growing. HouseHunt Inc. is aimed at Realtors to help them better service their clients. Two new product lines — eSearchHomes.com and HomeValueHunt.com featuring top agents in the marketplace represent more than 300 territories in 28 states. The company is aiming to be in every state in 2001. HomeValueHunt.com offers selling tips to consumers and generates leads for Realtors.Coh8umer8 can also request a market analysis for their homes from participating agents. \7.7/^\\;S'l17/IS.'. .,/.M,//^M//s/.w<.' ^NhReal Estate Professional, I realize you need biformation to make a wise dedsion about relocating. I wiO do my best to provide you with the necessary answers. No ObOgation. Jail Liebert KNAPP REALTY 768-1260 Residential Sales & Rentals, Notary Service >4M. Loosening recessed Ughtbolbs Haven Tip: Changing a lightbulb m a recessed ceiling fbjtaM can drive you crazy because there's little spane B^C^awtibalnffii and the trim ring, making it impossible to get a JBriB grip dh tii* bulb. Defeat this problem with a strip of duct tflpa Pirst, fliiake sure the bulb is cool to the touch. Then tear off 4 12-indi-tollt strip of tape and press it onto the middle of the bdlb. fVW ^gc^ end of the tape back against itself to create two ni|i it out tlw itMt^oC. the way. • Auoekittd Pttt$ -t**" tile 1^1^ windows can conserve energy^ mii MoneyWorld 375 N. Stephanie BIdg. 4 Henderson, Nevada 89014 Office 702-940-2121 Direct 702-281-3636 Mui wigatwalkMol.coffl SoiilliimlivadaRealEst8te.coffl OVER 200 SOLD Green Walley Carpet OVERSTOCKED SAU RESIDENTIAL CARPET HS4 ^s EARTHTONES kcuWMiA See lilt-ilkuriaay! MoN. FRI. 9 565'*6900 FtNANciMo 5 • 600 W. SUNSET, HfiNOTRSON (1/2 IjOLE WEST OF BOULDER HWY.) LlC. #002^116 t^7M ia liM mark^ innew i9Mof#a, ybuVe prdM^jr J-Hotfiittl ihat the m^tidt isn% as ^•impte as a itaod ft^ttne stA a "rtimyum of ^i ^ tuid It HIMK -^^ bwii teif MM time. OvW tha-liit -^'yeaitf, IwwetM;. adMlaeM ift tMtMlofjf have shoini'tiuiA windows can play '<^ evtatMte impoitaiit rolis in r^eofllafyilig iteiitgsf than '.: BiA aiMiad i960, peopls who ripUo^ tt^r did wfbdw KHflIt doaas figA wiiti ,.weie. 'lil'iHst^ toM^flt in the • '' • fii0*^$tKk^litiaj^ those vhe' oirted for. trit^teHllftsed win,'oih' tbMiv ivinrh: ^rasidcMd tfailiqr tttitotiili. 'ttttt even thsittJtoiOel Kwe fbfglaji a :}^ IS^ hdihto hiiUnki fhMe ttktjHtt-gUied Qttits had insala.:.tiea vahies of about R-3, while the walk that Mdl^£ail^ jlid H hMs thaiistiliil Mii U to 19. In'Adlljf Weflihiiblated houfeee,^teNiAito,thk windows W i w .i lBliir'lwiy <§• th* wall eihqMHt^ lBt ftiet, flife Mra8e iMdw losai ahoiit 9^'|iettit of ihe eOttf^ ii' (HMMmnes thMu^bMftlofea dtwihdows. BfbM windfM^-iiBl tiierg/' drain*; Ms'thaN^; ftt^ units avalliy^ ttii.a^ipadi'more '0nqE>^=3iAl6Kt im will haver the toM^U ^•vdfi; with the proper teohi to ^•create a complete box fran^e in 'less time than it todt ^eae \:)iMuMers t cut a single pl^Q and -tail. Must hav6 your ma>0vetaUs Mad* Bl^pla'' .Wow! Back by popular demand! Second d*88 added '>^ niji.'ptt^ pniiiciet is a potty'i^fam\tit&Ut, Idds $yrq iftd v^^^tlLiiimA, What, a woriierlliit Wky fe itettd some qoality thus whtfe devirioping a gfeat MWM)l^1iMt WMdi all will ^nvjiby. • ftrUiy ^% -T-ASO IMB^ 1>dgM Ihtt ll^ -The Shop is imttd to fMWiint local craftsnoan/artisaa LRy Yule Jr., of A.O.Yiale .,wd Sons Custom WbodWttlEtag & Furnitufe.' Lan^ will be instTQCting the flAi art of design, covering allaspects iroin the dream to reaBt^, this class is a must for iD serious woodworkers! ($20) • Saturday Vlt M4, lLoan :Prt)nlPaoBt 1 ''* ''Undiiig cBtf( videsAPlKcost asancAfiual ;-ed iisyiaeats, ;btekkt, which otnoi tns lees that pro-' snuntgage |i)-aiid estinmtisettlenMnt tin great wttha ^^*v^ llMdoram's Only M arvice LM tk^^ • Residential & Commercial ("• Lockout Service for Home, Offkx&Vehkles I • Foreign & Domestic Vehicles High Security keys I • Maoedes • BMW • Ponche •Lexui Authorized ServkxCdnter DOM-MIWA-ASSA • SafesA^ults Opened. Repaired &Servfced •Master key Systems • Ikxnsed • Bonded • Imuiad • Radk) Dispatched Mobfle Servkx I AAMfflr^^thB '^-wte win ittlbMydlou -^fEe and .llksi loan The your loan to a processor i\ire all the dbffli^ete, acotM^pdretaents. will order ^ai^iraieals and and submit for 1 iQene's O Locksmith Abo Scrvhg Bouii^ tiiyJ Marshall Haaa Serves all of CIdrk County Since 1979 Gene Altobella, Owner 875 S. Boulder Hwy. 566-4363 (GENE) 24 hour Emergsecy Seivica The Only Factory Direct Outl et In The L.V. A rea. 'Buy where the Dealers bu/1 Save up to M 500. on many new floor model spas Frop" Orcnf Sysf-^m. Dpiivery. Doluifp Hard Cover. Choinii.ils. RpHwoori Enlfv Steps wilh Tny floor modpj spn sold. i:'#^' erwntlQ^ process or not yodc \tm^ Wiil/he lafffimA. An wiRtevitfwsllMar decoiAaMlttofi for ttmtdeteMea, toiMi^ tflfftflity. Tht kui fltels dsar ahalyted for four impftant figtctors: coUaterai, tiapatfSr, diancter, capital, is acceptable iui se^aritar for the >ioah. 1^ smgMAl^iiravides aa WttpMjiBty>B value • Umi lilnMi ioMUan. This aftMM.th* Idndsr to tha^ aMtUnnun loan I nr na pnysny. in>idM|idMQ^l4^B^1N9iA*Bla 13{f tiNfitunt^^irafHifeilata^m Iwithliia^iaalifyfMliwii^ tto^MiiUina^ • Qr wipsMIBa 10 psjjr yoar Bnadadd (Migrittltiirttid is detemhied "^ by your credit report. 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Pag B2 Henderson Haven Tuesday, January 30. 2001 • • fcAwnTlh^ Real estate vs. the stock market It's a real challenge. .While more than half of all American adults own real estate, it is equally true that more than half of all adult Americans participate in securities ownership. In both instances, Americans have never before owned real estate or stocks and bonds in such resounding numbers. Many people today are going through the painstaking and thought provoking process of determining whether to put their hard earned money into home ownership or stocks and bonds. There are many view points on the subject and I will attempt to delve into the pros and cons of both investments. Purchasing real estate is more than an investment decision. When purchasiTig a home to live in, it is also a lifestyle decision. It deflnes who your neighbors are and will.be, perhaps where your children will go to school, the amenities that you will have access to, the proximity to places of interest and places of work, the social prestige attached to specific locations, and the willingness to pay for these lifestyle issues aside front the pure investment quality of the specific home that is purchased. Home ownership helps defihe who the homeowner is. The alternative to owning your own home is renting, lb make this example as complete and simple as I can in a few words, the landlord will secure a certain percentage of return on his investment, or else he would not be interested in owning the property. So if a person wants to have the same investment results as his landlord, he merely has to buy the property he wants to live in, if he can. In most instances he has to have some cash, be credit worthy and have a good income. Sometimes these requirements challenge the would be homeowner. But there's no stopping a person from defining himself sociologically and still opting to rent his home rather than purchasing it. In a purely logical sense, most people believe that home ownership is a good investment and it appears that whenever possible, notwithstanding unusual circumstances to the contrary. Americans want to itN9$t in the home they live in. Inventing in the stodc market is becoming more commonplace than ever in our history. Most retirement and pennon plans of m^jor corporatiOD and government entities are heavily invested in stocks and bonds. Trillions of doUaft of American's money is mvested in the market and billieng more are invested every week. Americans are putting money in the stock market at unparalleled levels. The level of risk in purchasing securities is totally dependent on the investor's appetite for the ability to handle risk. IVpically an investor can buy U.ST government guaranteed securities and have virtually no risk of losing his investment. With low risk, however, comes low rewards. That investor may return on his investment barely more than the rate of inddation. Another investor can mvest in very speculative stocks that has a small chance of economic success, but if successful, will return an enormous fate of return on his investment. Hi{^ Hdc, high return. It's the investor choice. The various stock indexes such as the S&P 500 have attested that by and large, over the long run (10-30 yrs.) stocks and bonds have outperformed the rate of inflation and if the investor chooses stable well run companies, the investor will do well. For those folks who thought that I was going to give you a lengthy dissertation as to reasons one should buy real estate rather than securities, sorryl Both are great investment mediums. Buying a home, in addition to being a good investment, heltw define a person as well! So if you need some definition in your life or are going through an identity crisis, perhaps we can make some real estate suggestions to you that would also be a good investment. Providadiif. IMFsdsnIRMlly men m. Henderson Chamber of Commerce 590 South Boulder Highway Henderson, NV 89015 565-8951 Animal Care Animal Foundation of Nevada 384-3333 Clark County Animal Control 455-7710 Henderson Animal Shelter 565-2033 Nevada S.P.C.A. 897-1844 Child Care (Referrals) Child faro LicensingSIDS Clark County 455-3894 Clark County Child Cue Association 734-0504 Consumer Services Better Business Bureau 735-6900 Charity Hotline .: ': 735-6001 Consumer Affairs •-. 486-7355 Recycling Information Line Nevada Division of Enviromental Protection 1-800-947-3873 Department of Motor Vehicles & Voter Registration Department of Motor Vehicles 1 399 American Pacific Henderson, NV 89014 486-4368 1-800-368-7828 UtilHes WATER City of Henderson 240 Water St. Henderson, NV89015 565-2101 TRASH Silver State Disposal P.O. Box 98508 Las Vegas, NV 89193 735-51S1 CAS Southwest Gas Corp, P.O. Box 98512 Las Vegas, NV 89193 365-1555 TELEPHONE Sprint 104 Water St. Henderson, NV8901S 244-7400 ELECTRIC Nevada Power Company 227 Water St. Henderson, NV8901S 367-5555 Government Offices Fire Department 565-2016 Police Department, 565-8933 Police&,Fire Emergancy Only... 9-1-1 Utilities Availability. 565-2101 Henderson justice Court 455-7951 Henderson Municipal Court 565-2075 Senior Services Henderson Senior Center 565-6990 ^ Senior Companion Program 382-0721 Senior Nutrition Program 565-6990 Senior Health Program Clark County Co, Health Dist. 383-1354 Other Infromation For information regarding services, community clubs, organizlions, casiiies, liotels, motels, restaurants, citurches, and other general Information, please coitact the Henderson Chamber of Commerce website at www.hendersonchamber.com Builders From Page B1 ^r. • • •Hh-.-. opening ceremonies, and members of the 107th Congress are expected to take part. Featured exhibits at the show will include no less than three display homes that will be constructed o-*he exhibition floor and just outside the World Congress Center. The "Behind the Walls 2001 demonstration home will illustrate advanced wood construction products and techniques, giving visitors a unique cutaway view beneath the surface of the building envelope to explore ways of preventing moisture penetration and promoting long-term durability. The 1,570-square-foot home will also be a showcase for engineered wood products. Its walls, roof and entire first floor will be built using structural insulated panels. Second-floor construction will implement performance-rated I-joists, beams and Sturd-I-Floor sheathing. There will also be a "Show Village" homes demonstrating techniques for reducing construction cycle times. The 2,33£i-square-foot house will be raffled off at the end of the show, with proceeds going to support hands-on environmental projects for young people. Also being built on-site is a custont 2,300-square-foot modular home constructed to incorporate options aimed at regional tastes and preferences. The New American Home will also be featured. It is plated to be an environmentally sensitive home that celebrates nature in both form and function. It is being used to showcase the ideals of clean industry, sustainable manufacturing processes, frugality in construction and high energy efficiency to create a four-level home complete with a wine cellar, a home theater, brick and stone walls, formal dining room, library/office, music room and a separate carriage. The second-floor'taster suite opens to a porch overlooking an herb garden. The home is topped off" by a crow's nest multi-use area that can be used as a studio or additional bedroom. The NAHB and its afRliates generate research and programs throughout the year, and recently it announced programs designed to reduce energy usage in new and existing homes that could save homeowners more than $350 in average annual heating and cooling costs. Energy efficiency programs were developed by builders, utilities and other groups, and are used by home builders in various parts of the country depending on need, weather conditions, building practices and buyer demand, among other criteria. The programs are Comfort Home, Energy Star, Edison Institute E Seal, Johns Manville Performance Home and Alaska Craftsman Home program. In related efforts to save home buyers money, the American Homeowners Foundation has expanded its Buyers Power! program that it says puts buyers on an equal footing with sellers. The independent organization claims buyers are at a disadvantage in a process that includes confusing laws, procedures and processes. The foundation publishes the Buyers Power! program and the book, *The Complete Home Buyers Guide." The 151-page tome contains charts and work sheets to help buyers rank priorities and determine how much they can afford, and a spokesman says the group offers a free counseliiig'ftoaloh for each buyer who participates. For more information, call (800) 489-7776. And while many dot.com companies are closing their doors, one firm says its is growing. HouseHunt Inc. is aimed at Realtors to help them better service their clients. Two new product lines — eSearchHomes.com and HomeValueHunt.com featuring top agents in the marketplace represent more than 300 territories in 28 states. The company is aiming to be in every state in 2001. HomeValueHunt.com offers selling tips to consumers and generates leads for Realtors.Coh8umer8 can also request a market analysis for their homes from participating agents. \7.7/^\\;S'l17/IS.'. .,/.M,//^M//s/.w<.' ^NhReal Estate Professional, I realize you need biformation to make a wise dedsion about relocating. I wiO do my best to provide you with the necessary answers. No ObOgation. Jail Liebert KNAPP REALTY 768-1260 Residential Sales & Rentals, Notary Service >4M. Loosening recessed Ughtbolbs Haven Tip: Changing a lightbulb m a recessed ceiling fbjtaM can drive you crazy because there's little spane B^C^awtibalnffii and the trim ring, making it impossible to get a JBriB grip dh tii* bulb. Defeat this problem with a strip of duct tflpa Pirst, fliiake sure the bulb is cool to the touch. Then tear off 4 12-indi-tollt strip of tape and press it onto the middle of the bdlb. fVW ^gc^ end of the tape back against itself to create two ni|i it out tlw itMt^oC. the way. • Auoekittd Pttt$ -t**" tile 1^1^ windows can conserve energy^ mii MoneyWorld 375 N. Stephanie BIdg. 4 Henderson, Nevada 89014 Office 702-940-2121 Direct 702-281-3636 Mui wigatwalkMol.coffl SoiilliimlivadaRealEst8te.coffl OVER 200 SOLD Green Walley Carpet OVERSTOCKED SAU RESIDENTIAL CARPET HS4 ^s EARTHTONES kcuWMiA See lilt-ilkuriaay! MoN. FRI. 9 565'*6900 FtNANciMo 5 • 600 W. SUNSET, HfiNOTRSON (1/2 IjOLE WEST OF BOULDER HWY.) LlC. #002^116 t^7M ia liM mark^ innew i9Mof#a, ybuVe prdM^jr J-Hotfiittl ihat the m^tidt isn% as ^•impte as a itaod ft^ttne stA a "rtimyum of ^i ^ tuid It HIMK -^^ bwii teif MM time. OvW tha-liit -^'yeaitf, IwwetM;. adMlaeM ift tMtMlofjf have shoini'tiuiA windows can play '<^ evtatMte impoitaiit rolis in r^eofllafyilig iteiitgsf than '.: BiA aiMiad i960, peopls who ripUo^ tt^r did wfbdw KHflIt doaas figA wiiti ,.weie. 'lil'iHst^ toM^flt in the • '' • fii0*^$tKk^litiaj^ those vhe' oirted for. trit^teHllftsed win,'oih' tbMiv ivinrh: ^rasidcMd tfailiqr tttitotiili. 'ttttt even thsittJtoiOel Kwe fbfglaji a :}^ IS^ hdihto hiiUnki fhMe ttktjHtt-gUied Qttits had insala.:.tiea vahies of about R-3, while the walk that Mdl^£ail^ jlid H hMs thaiistiliil Mii U to 19. In'Adlljf Weflihiiblated houfeee,^teNiAito,thk windows W i w .i lBliir'lwiy <§• th* wall eihqMHt^ lBt ftiet, flife Mra8e iMdw losai ahoiit 9^'|iettit of ihe eOttf^ ii' (HMMmnes thMu^bMftlofea dtwihdows. BfbM windfM^-iiBl tiierg/' drain*; Ms'thaN^; ftt^ units avalliy^ ttii.a^ipadi'more '0nqE>^=3iAl6Kt im will haver the toM^U ^•vdfi; with the proper teohi to ^•create a complete box fran^e in 'less time than it todt ^eae \:)iMuMers t cut a single pl^Q and -tail. Must hav6 your ma>0vetaUs Mad* Bl^pla'' .Wow! Back by popular demand! Second d*88 added '>^ niji.'ptt^ pniiiciet is a potty'i^fam\tit&Ut, Idds $yrq iftd v^^^tlLiiimA, What, a woriierlliit Wky fe itettd some qoality thus whtfe devirioping a gfeat MWM)l^1iMt WMdi all will ^nvjiby. • ftrUiy ^% -T-ASO IMB^ 1>dgM Ihtt ll^ -The Shop is imttd to fMWiint local craftsnoan/artisaa LRy Yule Jr., of A.O.Yiale .,wd Sons Custom WbodWttlEtag & Furnitufe.' Lan^ will be instTQCting the flAi art of design, covering allaspects iroin the dream to reaBt^, this class is a must for iD serious woodworkers! ($20) • Saturday Vlt M4, lLoan :Prt)nlPaoBt 1 ''* ''Undiiig cBtf( videsAPlKcost asancAfiual ;-ed iisyiaeats, ;btekkt, which otnoi tns lees that pro-' snuntgage |i)-aiid estinmtisettlenMnt tin great wttha ^^*v^ llMdoram's Only M arvice LM tk^^ • Residential & Commercial ("• Lockout Service for Home, Offkx&Vehkles I • Foreign & Domestic Vehicles High Security keys I • Maoedes • BMW • Ponche •Lexui Authorized ServkxCdnter DOM-MIWA-ASSA • SafesA^ults Opened. Repaired &Servfced •Master key Systems • Ikxnsed • Bonded • Imuiad • Radk) Dispatched Mobfle Servkx I AAMfflr^^thB '^-wte win ittlbMydlou -^fEe and .llksi loan The your loan to a processor i\ire all the dbffli^ete, acotM^pdretaents. will order ^ai^iraieals and and submit for 1 iQene's O Locksmith Abo Scrvhg Bouii^ tiiyJ Marshall Haaa Serves all of CIdrk County Since 1979 Gene Altobella, Owner 875 S. Boulder Hwy. 566-4363 (GENE) 24 hour Emergsecy Seivica The Only Factory Direct Outl et In The L.V. A rea. 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Page B4 Henderson Haven Tuesday, January 30, 2001 Richmond From Page B1 Located directly across from the existing Richmond at Anthem neighborhood, Encore will consist of six new floorplans ranging from 1,600 to 2,500 square feet. Preview sales and information will begin in February for these oneand two-story homes, with models due to open in March 2001. Priced from the high $100's. Encore at Anthem will be one of the most affordable neighborhoods in this highly-desirable master-planned community, and is destined to be a runaway bestseller. Venturing outside of Anthem, and celebrating its recent successful grand opening, the three all new homes available at Richmond American's Horizon Hills neighborhood have caught on like proverbial wildfire. When completed, this cba^and exclusive community will oHjome to only 62 families —all of whom will undoubtedly eiyoy Horizon Hills' central location and exceptional value. Situated just off Horizon Drive, one block west of College Drive in the city of Henderson, Horizon Hills is convenient to freeway access, shopping, parks and recreation facilities, as well as the Henderson campus of Community CoUege of Southern Nevada. The homes at Horizon Hills are designed to fit not only a variety of lifestyles, but also to appeal to your pocketbook. Priced to start from only $130,990, the homes at this community begin with the charming single-story Vista plan. With its three bedrooms and two full baths artfully arranged in more than 1,300 square feet of comfortable and functional living space, the Vista is a prime example of expert planning. Its vaulted ceilings, arched passageways, and flowing design cannot help but draw you in and invite you to make yourself at home. Also at Horizon Hills are two different two-story models — the Oasis and the Venture, the Oasis features, 1,639 square feet with three upstairs bedrooms plus two-and-a-half baths, and includes a separate living room and family room arrangement. Priced to start at $139,990, buyers may also elect to add an optional deck off the master suite or covered patio off the sunny family room. The final offering at Horizon Hills is the Venture, priced fh)m $149,990. This versatile home includes four bedrooms, den, and two-and-a-half baths — or buyers may elect to make a number of design changes. Need a Bonus Room? Or perhaps an upstairs loft? A Master Retreat? Or instead of a den, maybe your family requires a fifth bedroom for guests located on the first floor Whatever the choice, the helpful sales personnel at Horizon Hills are available to assist you in designing the perfect home to suit your needs. And finally, the stunning all single-story, gated community of Castle Rock Estates in Green Valley Ranch successfully rounds out Richmond's impressive collection of offerings in Henderson. Adaptability is the keyword to be used at Castle Rock Estates. The four new designs here are not only exceptionally versatile — they were created specifically for the unique and limited number of homesites available at this community. Priced from the high $100's, these flexible floorplans allow buyers the option of designing the perfect layout of their home to suit their individual lifestyles. The single story homes of Castle Rock Estates range in size from 1,673 to more than 2,300 square feet. Covered breezeways, sunny courtyards, and elegant architectural appointments flow throughout the exterior designs of these ranch-style homes — and are just the beginning of the inviting features you will find here. Buyers may elect to include third-car garages, or perhaps prefer to utilize that same space to include a home office or guest^ suite. Once inside, visitors are greeted with spacious living areas, arched passageways, decorative plant shelves, and high RtehmondatAntham vaulted ceilings, just to highlight a few featuires. Also, th^ homes at Castle Rock were purposefully designed with an eye toward casual family living — which is easily enjoyed in the ovei^ize Great Rooms to be found here. Castle Rock also offers the option of formal entertaining in the elegant Uving and dining rooms — that come complete with butler's pantry. As noted above, these fierible plans can also be redesigned to include a wide variety of room options, including the addition of a formal dining room, optional exercise room, extended family room, third-car garage, home office, or den. Four uniquely individual communities: Richmond at Anthem, Encore, Horizon Hills, Castle Rock Estates. All located in Henderson — one of the fastest growing cities in the country. Richmond American Homes is proud to be a partner with this beautiful city in developing soilie of the finest homes and neighborhoods to be found here. Of course, knowing the how, where, and when to build new homes is certainly at the top of Richmond American Homes' bst of priorities. But as a consumer, we know you also want the assurance that the builder you buy your new home firom today — will still be hero to stand behind it tomorrow. Thanks to the experience and financial security of Richmond American's parent company, MDC Holdings, Inc. — That is an assurance we can readily offer you. Rated among the top ten builders in the United States, Richmond American Homes' heritage includes one of the most consumer-friendly customer service departments in the industry. One of the largest homebuilders in the countiy, and a msgor regional homebuilder with a significant pmence in some of the country's best housing markets, MDC Holdings, Inc. also provides financing through its wholly owned subsidiary — HomeAmerican Mortgage Corporation. All of these Henderson new home communities by Richmond American are open daily and agents will be happy to provide ;you with guided tours and information about each home. The sales office for both Anthem nei^borhoods is open 9 a.m.-5 p.m., except Mondays, when they open at 12 noon. Sales office hours for Richmond's other communities are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Mondays from 12 noon to 5 p.m. For further information call our toUfree number at 1-877-420-1868, or visit us on the web at www.richmondamerican.com. Conununity Directioiu: lb visit Encore/Richmond at Anthem: Exit the 216 Beltway at Eastern Ave., South, then follow the signs to Anthem. From Anthem Parkway, turn east on Reunion Drive North. To visit Horizon Hills: Exit US-95 South at Horizon Drive and turn east. Follow to IVuffels Street, then turn north and follow the signs. To visit Castle Rock Estates: Travel south on Green Valley Parkway to Paseo Verde, tken turn west. Follow to Ctmegie and head south; then turn right on Cozy Hill and foU low to the end. i • • • -ZPT^ -77^ May I plant one in your yard? A Top Listing Agent Any time of the year is perfei for planting my For Sale" sign in your yard. That'sbecause I work hard, year'round, to keep my customers HAPtY with my service. If you're planning to sell your home, plea* give me a call. JANET PERRY CENTURY 21-MONEYWOilLD 2*77.6288 OR 564-2515 ', Century 21-Money world Hendersi 1998 & 1999 ^>i HENDERSON HOME NEWS SPORTS Tuesday, January 30, 2001 Henderson Home News Page 7 -i • Area wrestling teams compete in tourmanent, Page 8 T Taekwando studio opening on Water Street, Page 9L Huge Victory Foothill freshman Perry making miracles happen By Joshua Primack News Stair Writer Miracles can happen. Foothill's boys basketball team discovered its miracle Friday in a 59-53 win over previously firstplace^ Green Valley at Green Valley. The Falcons sent freshman Harvey Perry to the free throw line three times in the final minute of the game and he sank 4-of-6 shots to seal the victory. "I was nervous on the first one because I knew we needed it and they were top dogs," Perry said. "My mind was blank and it felt beautiful when I hit those free throws." Foothill's only freshman finished with eight points and six rebounds as his squad overcame obstacle after obstacle, including its coach being ejected on two consecutive technical fouls and a six-point deficit. Coach Kevin Soares received his first technical by walking on the court to object a foul called on point guard David Lainhart, who eventually fouled out. The second technical came after he demonstrated his displeasure with the first technical. "We were playing for our coach," Perry said. The Falcpns did Soares proud in the victory, holding Green Valley to just five field goals in the second half. "They put one on our coach," Foothill's Kefvin Marshall said. "We had to step up." Green Valley's Jamar Jordan sank 3-of-4 free throws on the technical fouls. Rob Weidenfald/Naws Staff FRESH FACES — In a 59-53 victory over Green Valley Friday, Foothill's Harvey Perry (24) lays the ball in the basket for two of his eight points. Perry sank four free throws at the end of the game to seal his team's win as the Falcons took over first place. See BOYS Pages Rob Weidnfald/Nw8 staff PROGRAM'S BIGGEST WIN Members of Foothill's basketball team rejoice after beating Green Valley Friday. Rain spoils CCSN baseball season opener By Joshua Primack f4ews Staff Writer lb say the Coyotes were ready would be a severe understatement. The Community College of Southern Nevada's baseball team had its season opener, set for Saturday, rained out. Bishop Gorman grad Nate Fouts was scheduled to throw the first pitch of the 2001 season in a double-header against Arizona Western. "The guys have been working hard and now they have to go a whole other week before they get to play," CCSN coach Tim Chambers said. "It would have been good to get some games under our belt." The Coyotes will play South Mountain Community College Friday at UNLV and Saturday at CCSN in a three-game series. South Mountain is one of the highest rated teams on the Coyotes' schedule this season. To compensate, CCSN is planning on practicing at night a few times this week at either Basic High School or UNLV. CCSN will take on Dixie Junior College, another highly-touted program, Feb. 8. Amad Stephens was scheduled to start the second game after handling relief duties last year "Amad did a lot of relief for us last year, but he got himself in shape for this season," Chambers said. "He has been working hard and has been very consistent in scrimmages against our oftense. He earned it." GV, Silverado soccer showdown rained again By Ray Brawer ._ News Sports Editor Pending permission from Mo^er Nature, Green Valley and Silverado will battle twice this week in giris soccer Also, the Gators, Skyhawks and several other Las Vegas Valley teams will play three or four times this week. That's right, three games in three days. And with the Sunrise Regional tournament starting Saturday, make that four games in five days. With constant rainfall Saturday, the scheduled meeting between the Gators and Skyhawks — the two top teams in the Sunrise Region — was postponed for the second time this season because of weather The teams will meet today at 4:30 p.m. at Silverado and Thursday at 5 p.m. at Green Valley Both area squads plan on making the best out of this schedule crunch. "Honestly, most of my girls are ready to go," Green Valley coach Ken Goettsche said. "All you have to do is set up a time for them and theyll be ready. For the most part, the girls know what they are doing by now. The Green Valley-Silverado series is expected to be aggressive and demanding — similar to the playoffs. "If anything, this will help both teams," Silverado coach Adam Taylor said. "Good games this week will set the tone for the rest of the tournament." Green Valley is ciurently in first place of the Southeast Division, one point ahead of second-place Silverado. Both teams have clinched a spot in Saturday's playofTs. *>^ith tlu^ee games back-toback, a day off and then the playoffs, it is a good test for us, and Silverado too," Goettsche said. "You build character playing that many games in that many days." The Gators beat Chaparral 1-0 Friday as Jen Breeden scored the game winner and the Skyhawks beat Basic 7-0. Abbey Mathis had two goals in the win for Silverado, while Nicole Whitman, Stacey Fulton, Alexis Moore and Natalie Griffin each added goals. In other area action. Foothill defeated Vo-Tech 5-0 to clinch the Southeast Division's final playoff spot. Lisa Van Gorder, Ashley Perez, Jessica Brady, Nicole Bordy and Kelsey Hathaway scored in the win. Macpherson nominated for Bowler of Year By Joshua Primack News Staff Writer Wendy Macpherson knows she should be excited about being a part of "the greatest night in sports." Instead, the Henderson resident is thrilled to be nominated for the Bowler of the Year ESPY, an awards show hosted by ESPN, but she is also a little disappointed. There is no doubt that Macpherson is qualifted for the award afler winning the Professional Women's Bowling Association Bowler of the Year honor in 2000 and 1999, as well as and PWBA Bowles of the Decade last year. So the explanation escapes her. "I called ESPN and no bowlers are bd|ng invited," Macpherson saidW iust found out about the nomination last week. A few of my fellow bowlers saw it on the ESPN ticker and they called me. "I love sports. I'm a big sports fan and so is my roommate, Carol Gionatti." Not being at the event where she might win an award has raised an issue with Macpherson, -but, she will be proud to win an Espy anyway. "I should be relatively close with every one of my competi-, tors," she said. "It's quite an honor because there has never been a female." Macpherson believes that bowlers are athletes and deserve to be at the awards ceremony. The PWBA season lasts seven months, from April to November, and requires heart and dedication as well as conMacpherson ditioning. ESPN did not respond as to why the bowling delegate was not invited to attend the ESPY Awards Show, which is scheduled for Feb. 8 at the MOM Grand Garden Arena. "What do you define as ah athlete?" Macpherson asked. "We very much so do a lot of exercises. Our bodies can bowl 25 games a day. We're conditioned to do what we need to do for our sport." This season, Macpherson did what she needed to do for a nomination, including being first in money and points as well as taking second place on overall average. She made 15-of-22 TV shows, breaking her personal record of 12 the previous season. "I lacked a little in titles of all those times of being on TV," she said. "But it was another fui)year." Macpherson won the Virginia Classic and WIBC Queen's in Reno, which is one of the tour's major tournaments. Chris Barnes, Norm Duke and Walter Williams Jr are the other bowlers nominated for the award. Williams has won two of the previous awards while last year's winner was Parker Bohn III, not nominated for 2001. Skyhawk giris perfecting offense during league play By Ray Brewer News Sports Editor Silverado's girls basketball team is making the best out of playing a weak schedule in the Southeast Division. Even though the Skyhawks' 71-31 win over Vo-Tech Friday symbolized their dominance over the east part of the valley, Silverado knows games against suspect competition will end in three weeks once the playoffs start. After all, Silverado entered the season as one of the Las Vegas Valley's top teams — and still appear to be a favorite at 18-4 overall to make some noise in the postseason. "I think they are doing a very good job right now," Silverado coach Diane Hernandez said. "I am real pleased with the fact that we are running a better halfcourt game. We are very patient with our halfcourt set." Winning by 40 points against the likes of Vo-l^h and Foothill is nice, but simply winning in a few weeks, during the playoffs, is the ultimate plan. "We don't look in terms of being undefeated," Hernandez said. "We look in terms of doing what we need to do during the season. We need to play hard everytime out, if not that will hurt us in the long run." Nikki Hitchens led the way Friday against the Roadrunners with 20 points while Jayme Connors added 14. BASIC The Wolves outscored Chaparral 16-8 in the fourth quarter Friday for a 40-37 win over the Cowboys on the road. With the win, Basic improves to 5-1 in the Southeast Division, 7-12 overall. "We keep winning the ones we aren't supposed to win, so I guess we are doing something right," Basic coach Jan Van Tuyl said. Jennifer Bowman scored 17 points to lead the Wolves while Chyrstal Stubblefield added eight. "We played better," Van Tuyl said.""I was not happy with the free throw shooting. If we do better at that, then there would have been nothing to worry about in the first place." GREEN VALLEYFOOTHILL "^ Despite losing to Green Valley 68-54 Friday, Foothill still has a chance to claim the league's last berth for the regional tournament. See GIRLS PagtjB 1 1 1 Inside the numbers The College Scene 1 1 — Win by Basic's boys basketball team in 200t, over BouMer City Jan. 2. The Wolves' girls squad has won five in 2001. 2 — Tournaments won in 2000 by PWBA Bowler of tt>e Year, Espy nominee and Henderson resident Wendy 3 Techniciy fouli caMed on FooMM's boys bwlwfcal iMtfn in a 59-53 in over Qrean VMey Friday. The UNLV women's swim team depended on Alyson Noble her first match for the Rebels. .. The Runnin' Rebels (3-2) and Lorena Diaconescu's double victories Saturday in defeating came back from a 13-po4nt deficit halftime deficit for a 82-72 win Air Force and San Deigo State to complete the regular season over San Diego State. MadaNna Tm and Dana Penn also won two events each to Linda FroTich scored enough points to surpass the 1.5O0 help tha vtctory. mark Saturday in the Lady Rebels baskettwil (3-2) victory over For the UNLV men, Jadnt Simon won two events as the San Diego State. 82-41. Kinesha Davis topped 1.000 points in Rebels beat Atr Force.... UNLVs tennis team won tf)ree matchher UNLV career. UNLV want on a 27-0 run earty in the sacond e against San Diego but tost the match 4-3. Paulina Janus won half. • --••• • "• • • • • • • wi^ V

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Page B4 Henderson Haven Tuesday, January 30, 2001 Richmond From Page B1 Located directly across from the existing Richmond at Anthem neighborhood, Encore will consist of six new floorplans ranging from 1,600 to 2,500 square feet. Preview sales and information will begin in February for these oneand two-story homes, with models due to open in March 2001. Priced from the high $100's. Encore at Anthem will be one of the most affordable neighborhoods in this highly-desirable master-planned community, and is destined to be a runaway bestseller. Venturing outside of Anthem, and celebrating its recent successful grand opening, the three all new homes available at Richmond American's Horizon Hills neighborhood have caught on like proverbial wildfire. When completed, this cba^and exclusive community will oHjome to only 62 families —all of whom will undoubtedly eiyoy Horizon Hills' central location and exceptional value. Situated just off Horizon Drive, one block west of College Drive in the city of Henderson, Horizon Hills is convenient to freeway access, shopping, parks and recreation facilities, as well as the Henderson campus of Community CoUege of Southern Nevada. The homes at Horizon Hills are designed to fit not only a variety of lifestyles, but also to appeal to your pocketbook. Priced to start from only $130,990, the homes at this community begin with the charming single-story Vista plan. With its three bedrooms and two full baths artfully arranged in more than 1,300 square feet of comfortable and functional living space, the Vista is a prime example of expert planning. Its vaulted ceilings, arched passageways, and flowing design cannot help but draw you in and invite you to make yourself at home. Also at Horizon Hills are two different two-story models — the Oasis and the Venture, the Oasis features, 1,639 square feet with three upstairs bedrooms plus two-and-a-half baths, and includes a separate living room and family room arrangement. Priced to start at $139,990, buyers may also elect to add an optional deck off the master suite or covered patio off the sunny family room. The final offering at Horizon Hills is the Venture, priced fh)m $149,990. This versatile home includes four bedrooms, den, and two-and-a-half baths — or buyers may elect to make a number of design changes. Need a Bonus Room? Or perhaps an upstairs loft? A Master Retreat? Or instead of a den, maybe your family requires a fifth bedroom for guests located on the first floor Whatever the choice, the helpful sales personnel at Horizon Hills are available to assist you in designing the perfect home to suit your needs. And finally, the stunning all single-story, gated community of Castle Rock Estates in Green Valley Ranch successfully rounds out Richmond's impressive collection of offerings in Henderson. Adaptability is the keyword to be used at Castle Rock Estates. The four new designs here are not only exceptionally versatile — they were created specifically for the unique and limited number of homesites available at this community. Priced from the high $100's, these flexible floorplans allow buyers the option of designing the perfect layout of their home to suit their individual lifestyles. The single story homes of Castle Rock Estates range in size from 1,673 to more than 2,300 square feet. Covered breezeways, sunny courtyards, and elegant architectural appointments flow throughout the exterior designs of these ranch-style homes — and are just the beginning of the inviting features you will find here. Buyers may elect to include third-car garages, or perhaps prefer to utilize that same space to include a home office or guest^ suite. Once inside, visitors are greeted with spacious living areas, arched passageways, decorative plant shelves, and high RtehmondatAntham vaulted ceilings, just to highlight a few featuires. Also, th^ homes at Castle Rock were purposefully designed with an eye toward casual family living — which is easily enjoyed in the ovei^ize Great Rooms to be found here. Castle Rock also offers the option of formal entertaining in the elegant Uving and dining rooms — that come complete with butler's pantry. As noted above, these fierible plans can also be redesigned to include a wide variety of room options, including the addition of a formal dining room, optional exercise room, extended family room, third-car garage, home office, or den. Four uniquely individual communities: Richmond at Anthem, Encore, Horizon Hills, Castle Rock Estates. All located in Henderson — one of the fastest growing cities in the country. Richmond American Homes is proud to be a partner with this beautiful city in developing soilie of the finest homes and neighborhoods to be found here. Of course, knowing the how, where, and when to build new homes is certainly at the top of Richmond American Homes' bst of priorities. But as a consumer, we know you also want the assurance that the builder you buy your new home firom today — will still be hero to stand behind it tomorrow. Thanks to the experience and financial security of Richmond American's parent company, MDC Holdings, Inc. — That is an assurance we can readily offer you. Rated among the top ten builders in the United States, Richmond American Homes' heritage includes one of the most consumer-friendly customer service departments in the industry. One of the largest homebuilders in the countiy, and a msgor regional homebuilder with a significant pmence in some of the country's best housing markets, MDC Holdings, Inc. also provides financing through its wholly owned subsidiary — HomeAmerican Mortgage Corporation. All of these Henderson new home communities by Richmond American are open daily and agents will be happy to provide ;you with guided tours and information about each home. The sales office for both Anthem nei^borhoods is open 9 a.m.-5 p.m., except Mondays, when they open at 12 noon. Sales office hours for Richmond's other communities are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Mondays from 12 noon to 5 p.m. For further information call our toUfree number at 1-877-420-1868, or visit us on the web at www.richmondamerican.com. Conununity Directioiu: lb visit Encore/Richmond at Anthem: Exit the 216 Beltway at Eastern Ave., South, then follow the signs to Anthem. From Anthem Parkway, turn east on Reunion Drive North. To visit Horizon Hills: Exit US-95 South at Horizon Drive and turn east. Follow to IVuffels Street, then turn north and follow the signs. To visit Castle Rock Estates: Travel south on Green Valley Parkway to Paseo Verde, tken turn west. Follow to Ctmegie and head south; then turn right on Cozy Hill and foU low to the end. i • • • -ZPT^ -77^ May I plant one in your yard? A Top Listing Agent Any time of the year is perfei for planting my For Sale" sign in your yard. That'sbecause I work hard, year'round, to keep my customers HAPtY with my service. If you're planning to sell your home, plea* give me a call. JANET PERRY CENTURY 21-MONEYWOilLD 2*77.6288 OR 564-2515 ', Century 21-Money world Hendersi 1998 & 1999 ^>i HENDERSON HOME NEWS SPORTS Tuesday, January 30, 2001 Henderson Home News Page 7 -i • Area wrestling teams compete in tourmanent, Page 8 T Taekwando studio opening on Water Street, Page 9L Huge Victory Foothill freshman Perry making miracles happen By Joshua Primack News Stair Writer Miracles can happen. Foothill's boys basketball team discovered its miracle Friday in a 59-53 win over previously firstplace^ Green Valley at Green Valley. The Falcons sent freshman Harvey Perry to the free throw line three times in the final minute of the game and he sank 4-of-6 shots to seal the victory. "I was nervous on the first one because I knew we needed it and they were top dogs," Perry said. "My mind was blank and it felt beautiful when I hit those free throws." Foothill's only freshman finished with eight points and six rebounds as his squad overcame obstacle after obstacle, including its coach being ejected on two consecutive technical fouls and a six-point deficit. Coach Kevin Soares received his first technical by walking on the court to object a foul called on point guard David Lainhart, who eventually fouled out. The second technical came after he demonstrated his displeasure with the first technical. "We were playing for our coach," Perry said. The Falcpns did Soares proud in the victory, holding Green Valley to just five field goals in the second half. "They put one on our coach," Foothill's Kefvin Marshall said. "We had to step up." Green Valley's Jamar Jordan sank 3-of-4 free throws on the technical fouls. Rob Weidenfald/Naws Staff FRESH FACES — In a 59-53 victory over Green Valley Friday, Foothill's Harvey Perry (24) lays the ball in the basket for two of his eight points. Perry sank four free throws at the end of the game to seal his team's win as the Falcons took over first place. See BOYS Pages Rob Weidnfald/Nw8 staff PROGRAM'S BIGGEST WIN Members of Foothill's basketball team rejoice after beating Green Valley Friday. Rain spoils CCSN baseball season opener By Joshua Primack f4ews Staff Writer lb say the Coyotes were ready would be a severe understatement. The Community College of Southern Nevada's baseball team had its season opener, set for Saturday, rained out. Bishop Gorman grad Nate Fouts was scheduled to throw the first pitch of the 2001 season in a double-header against Arizona Western. "The guys have been working hard and now they have to go a whole other week before they get to play," CCSN coach Tim Chambers said. "It would have been good to get some games under our belt." The Coyotes will play South Mountain Community College Friday at UNLV and Saturday at CCSN in a three-game series. South Mountain is one of the highest rated teams on the Coyotes' schedule this season. To compensate, CCSN is planning on practicing at night a few times this week at either Basic High School or UNLV. CCSN will take on Dixie Junior College, another highly-touted program, Feb. 8. Amad Stephens was scheduled to start the second game after handling relief duties last year "Amad did a lot of relief for us last year, but he got himself in shape for this season," Chambers said. "He has been working hard and has been very consistent in scrimmages against our oftense. He earned it." GV, Silverado soccer showdown rained again By Ray Brawer ._ News Sports Editor Pending permission from Mo^er Nature, Green Valley and Silverado will battle twice this week in giris soccer Also, the Gators, Skyhawks and several other Las Vegas Valley teams will play three or four times this week. That's right, three games in three days. And with the Sunrise Regional tournament starting Saturday, make that four games in five days. With constant rainfall Saturday, the scheduled meeting between the Gators and Skyhawks — the two top teams in the Sunrise Region — was postponed for the second time this season because of weather The teams will meet today at 4:30 p.m. at Silverado and Thursday at 5 p.m. at Green Valley Both area squads plan on making the best out of this schedule crunch. "Honestly, most of my girls are ready to go," Green Valley coach Ken Goettsche said. "All you have to do is set up a time for them and theyll be ready. For the most part, the girls know what they are doing by now. The Green Valley-Silverado series is expected to be aggressive and demanding — similar to the playoffs. "If anything, this will help both teams," Silverado coach Adam Taylor said. "Good games this week will set the tone for the rest of the tournament." Green Valley is ciurently in first place of the Southeast Division, one point ahead of second-place Silverado. Both teams have clinched a spot in Saturday's playofTs. *>^ith tlu^ee games back-toback, a day off and then the playoffs, it is a good test for us, and Silverado too," Goettsche said. "You build character playing that many games in that many days." The Gators beat Chaparral 1-0 Friday as Jen Breeden scored the game winner and the Skyhawks beat Basic 7-0. Abbey Mathis had two goals in the win for Silverado, while Nicole Whitman, Stacey Fulton, Alexis Moore and Natalie Griffin each added goals. In other area action. Foothill defeated Vo-Tech 5-0 to clinch the Southeast Division's final playoff spot. Lisa Van Gorder, Ashley Perez, Jessica Brady, Nicole Bordy and Kelsey Hathaway scored in the win. Macpherson nominated for Bowler of Year By Joshua Primack News Staff Writer Wendy Macpherson knows she should be excited about being a part of "the greatest night in sports." Instead, the Henderson resident is thrilled to be nominated for the Bowler of the Year ESPY, an awards show hosted by ESPN, but she is also a little disappointed. There is no doubt that Macpherson is qualifted for the award afler winning the Professional Women's Bowling Association Bowler of the Year honor in 2000 and 1999, as well as and PWBA Bowles of the Decade last year. So the explanation escapes her. "I called ESPN and no bowlers are bd|ng invited," Macpherson saidW iust found out about the nomination last week. A few of my fellow bowlers saw it on the ESPN ticker and they called me. "I love sports. I'm a big sports fan and so is my roommate, Carol Gionatti." Not being at the event where she might win an award has raised an issue with Macpherson, -but, she will be proud to win an Espy anyway. "I should be relatively close with every one of my competi-, tors," she said. "It's quite an honor because there has never been a female." Macpherson believes that bowlers are athletes and deserve to be at the awards ceremony. The PWBA season lasts seven months, from April to November, and requires heart and dedication as well as conMacpherson ditioning. ESPN did not respond as to why the bowling delegate was not invited to attend the ESPY Awards Show, which is scheduled for Feb. 8 at the MOM Grand Garden Arena. "What do you define as ah athlete?" Macpherson asked. "We very much so do a lot of exercises. Our bodies can bowl 25 games a day. We're conditioned to do what we need to do for our sport." This season, Macpherson did what she needed to do for a nomination, including being first in money and points as well as taking second place on overall average. She made 15-of-22 TV shows, breaking her personal record of 12 the previous season. "I lacked a little in titles of all those times of being on TV," she said. "But it was another fui)year." Macpherson won the Virginia Classic and WIBC Queen's in Reno, which is one of the tour's major tournaments. Chris Barnes, Norm Duke and Walter Williams Jr are the other bowlers nominated for the award. Williams has won two of the previous awards while last year's winner was Parker Bohn III, not nominated for 2001. Skyhawk giris perfecting offense during league play By Ray Brewer News Sports Editor Silverado's girls basketball team is making the best out of playing a weak schedule in the Southeast Division. Even though the Skyhawks' 71-31 win over Vo-Tech Friday symbolized their dominance over the east part of the valley, Silverado knows games against suspect competition will end in three weeks once the playoffs start. After all, Silverado entered the season as one of the Las Vegas Valley's top teams — and still appear to be a favorite at 18-4 overall to make some noise in the postseason. "I think they are doing a very good job right now," Silverado coach Diane Hernandez said. "I am real pleased with the fact that we are running a better halfcourt game. We are very patient with our halfcourt set." Winning by 40 points against the likes of Vo-l^h and Foothill is nice, but simply winning in a few weeks, during the playoffs, is the ultimate plan. "We don't look in terms of being undefeated," Hernandez said. "We look in terms of doing what we need to do during the season. We need to play hard everytime out, if not that will hurt us in the long run." Nikki Hitchens led the way Friday against the Roadrunners with 20 points while Jayme Connors added 14. BASIC The Wolves outscored Chaparral 16-8 in the fourth quarter Friday for a 40-37 win over the Cowboys on the road. With the win, Basic improves to 5-1 in the Southeast Division, 7-12 overall. "We keep winning the ones we aren't supposed to win, so I guess we are doing something right," Basic coach Jan Van Tuyl said. Jennifer Bowman scored 17 points to lead the Wolves while Chyrstal Stubblefield added eight. "We played better," Van Tuyl said.""I was not happy with the free throw shooting. If we do better at that, then there would have been nothing to worry about in the first place." GREEN VALLEYFOOTHILL "^ Despite losing to Green Valley 68-54 Friday, Foothill still has a chance to claim the league's last berth for the regional tournament. See GIRLS PagtjB 1 1 1 Inside the numbers The College Scene 1 1 — Win by Basic's boys basketball team in 200t, over BouMer City Jan. 2. The Wolves' girls squad has won five in 2001. 2 — Tournaments won in 2000 by PWBA Bowler of tt>e Year, Espy nominee and Henderson resident Wendy 3 Techniciy fouli caMed on FooMM's boys bwlwfcal iMtfn in a 59-53 in over Qrean VMey Friday. The UNLV women's swim team depended on Alyson Noble her first match for the Rebels. .. The Runnin' Rebels (3-2) and Lorena Diaconescu's double victories Saturday in defeating came back from a 13-po4nt deficit halftime deficit for a 82-72 win Air Force and San Deigo State to complete the regular season over San Diego State. MadaNna Tm and Dana Penn also won two events each to Linda FroTich scored enough points to surpass the 1.5O0 help tha vtctory. mark Saturday in the Lady Rebels baskettwil (3-2) victory over For the UNLV men, Jadnt Simon won two events as the San Diego State. 82-41. Kinesha Davis topped 1.000 points in Rebels beat Atr Force.... UNLVs tennis team won tf)ree matchher UNLV career. UNLV want on a 27-0 run earty in the sacond e against San Diego but tost the match 4-3. Paulina Janus won half. • --••• • "• • • • • • • wi^ V

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mmamtm'^ m/m Page 8 Henderson Home News Tuesday. January 30, 2001 BOYS From Page 7 Foothill's Derek Freeman was quickly called for another foul, which was followed by a technical aller the player demonstrated his displeasure with the call. Jordan hit two more free throws and Green Valley took a 37-33 lead. The Gators extended their lead after another Lainhart foul on Jordan, 39-33. Foothill closed the gap to 41-40 at the end of the third quarter and passed Green Valley, 46-43, on a Freeman three-poiilter with 5:51 left. Marshall, who finished with 15 points and nine rebounds, took the ganae over with two key offensive rebounds in the final five minutes. "That's my job," he said. "I am always playing hard to do the little things that help my team." Of Green Valley's 25 second-half points, 15 came from free throws. "Foothill outhustled us," Green Valley coach Jim Allen said. "They outplayed us, made their free throws and played great zone defense. "Some people think losing helps, but I don't. We have to respond to the loss now and step up. We have some tough league games ahead and we have to be ready." Jordan led all scorers with 20 points, 13 coming from the charity stripe, and had six assists. Gator center Mitch Platt scored 12 points and had nine rebounds in just 17 minutes of play. For Foothill, Freeman scored 17 points, including nine from the three-point line, and Lainhart had 10. Ryan Bourque contributed with six points in a starting role. Foothill takes over possession of the No. 1 birth with the victory due to recent rule changes about tiebreakers. The team that wins the final divisional-sanctioned contest between two tied teams heading into the postseason will come out on top. Green Valley (5-1) won the first game to open up divisional play, 66-56, but Foothill is in the driver's seat after finishing the 1999-2000 season with a 1-24 overall record. OTHER BASKETBALL ACTION The dismal divisional season continues for both Silverado and Basic as both fell Friday to their competition^ Silverado lost to Vo-Tech, 45-41, on a measly 35-percent shooting from the floor and just l-of-14 in free throws. "We didn't get the ball inside to our big guys," Skyhawk coach Mike Joseph said. "A couple of guys stepped up for us." Corey TVler scored 10 points to lead Silverado (2-4) while Pat Fain had eight in his first game back after recovering from iiyury. "We have our backs against the wall," Joseph said about his team's postseason status. "But we can get back in position when we play the rest of our schedule." Basic (0-6) is pulling up the rear in the division, after its 7^58 loss to Chaparral. James Dinicola scored 16 points and B.J. Hardy had 14 in the loss. Vo-Tech and Chaparral are both 3-3 in the division and hold the final two playoff spots as of now. Adult baseball league looks for players Las Vegas Men's Adult Baseball League and Men's Senior Baseball League, now in its sixth year, is looking for new players and teams to join for the spring and summer season. Age divisions are IS-plus and 30-plus. The MSBL and MABL are committed to providing adult players the opportunity to play real baseball at a competitive level on a regular basis. It all started in 1986 with 60 members and is now 40,000 strong nationally. Among the members are doctors, lawyers, local businessmen, former professional athletes and average working men. All are united by a common passion for playig and ei^o]dng basebcdl. These are not out-of-8hap6 softball players. MSBL members are serious amateur athletes. They exhibit a special commitment to excellence. For more information on joining, call George Johnson at 226-0243. ""'PORTERHOUSE • A IH ^ Mj 24 Hours .1 (lay 7 days a week ^^% ^ "i •')> • ^11 vou can eat salailhar WBVHP (11 am 10 DIIII NO TAKE OUTS 1741 N. Boulder Hwy. (South of Sunset) Henderson. NV 89015 Smitty's Sports Ta Featuring Henderson Home Sports Editor Ray Bre Every Tuesday at 2:3' ^^ mi iiii Ffi M1140 /I Rob Wtidnftld/Nwt Staff REDEMPTION — Foothill's Harvty Psrry convarts a frat throw attempt in at the and of his team's victory over Grssn Valloy. Perry missed a free throw Just before this shot. GIRLS From Page 7 "That is what we keep telling ourselves," Falcons' coach Rich Handley said in regards to the playoffs. "We have already improved a lot and we are going in the right direction. Obviously, making the regional tournament would be something special." The Falcons are currently 1-5 in the division, trailing fourth place Chaparral (2-4). However, Foothill plays winless Vo-Tech and the Cowboys before the season ends — two winnable games. Sophomore guard Roxanne Ritchie had 13 points in the loss to lead the Falcons and Heather Haddock had 11. Erika Twesme led the way for the Gators with 23 points, Taylor Cohen had 14 and Jennifer Ridout added nine. Green Valley is 4-2 in the Southeast Division, good enough for third place. Read it in tiie News Area wrestling teams face stiff competition By the Newt Staff Silverado's wrestling team took second at the Mojave Invitational Saturday. In his first varsity tournament, Russell Autin (125 pounds) won the individual tournament as did 140-pound Danyel Brown and heavyweight VR Bohman. Jon Piron (189), Mike Castle (119) and Chris Burr (171) each took third in the tournament. Jon Lindsey (152) finished fourth for the Skyhawks as he left with an excessively bloody nose. In other wrestling action, Basic, Foothill and Green Valley travelled to Mesquite for the Bulldog Growler hosted by Virgin Valley High School. The home team won the event with 227 points while Basic took 12th with 65 and Foothill finished in 15th place with 42 1/2; Basic's Aaron Martinez won the 160-pound tournament over Virgin Valley's Mark Woods while teammate Chris Gonzales (125) took second. Foothill's Ronnie Kearney (112) took third, beating Basic's David Ochoa in the consolation finals. Paul Viray (189) took sixth for the Falcons. Green Valley's results were unavailable. Dale Jarrett to appear at Feb. 28 Winston West event Former NASCAR Winston Cup champion Dale Jarrett will sign autographs at the Feb. 28 NASCAR Winston West event at the Bullring at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Jarrett, who was the polesitter fro the inaugural Winston Cup event at LVMS in 1998, will be on hand fi^om 5-6 p.m. to sign autographs for fans. "Tb have a driver the caliber of Jarrett show such an interest in the BuUring and the NASCAR Winton West Series shows the value of this facility and this event," said Chris Powell, LVMS executive vice president and general manager. The NASCAR Winston West event will kick off the biggest sports weekend in Nevada. The crown jewel of the weekend is the UAW-DaimlerChrysler 400 NASCAR Winston Cup event Sunday, March 4. The Sam's Town 300 NASCAR Busch Series event will be held Saruday, March 3. The Orleans Pole Day is Friday, March 2. For ticket informaiton call 1800-644-4444 or log on to Tickets.com. SERIOUS REPRESENTATION AT AN AFFORDABLE PRICE •MICHAEL A. 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She specializes In African fblMaies, aoutham plantation tales, historical talet. cMdran'a Wa ra tufe, multi-cultural foMof* and peraonal stories. 565-2181 MYoHtk A (tamNy —^liiPBimi^t--^ • • Tuesday, January 30,2001 Handarton Homa News Page 9 Taekwando center to open Thursday on Water Street By Carls RIddIt NewsJtaff Writer Annette Reavy hopes to ofTer children and adults a studio where everybody is a winner, she said. Reavy, the taekwando 1999 world champion and thirddegree black belt, is planning to open an American Taekwando Association (ATA) Taekwando Center, ^ B Water St., on Feb. 1. ., "It's important for a parent to know that their child will be treated as an individual," Reavy said. "Taekwando teaches and guides a student to be the best they can be in any area." Taekwando, the dominant Korean form of karate, incorporates the use of weapons with self-defense moves. There are 11 levels to complete and no matter what age, each beginner starts at the white belt. "The difference between ATA and other martial arts is that it separates age groups so instructors can focus on what the student really needs," she said. "Although a 14-year-old is in the same class as a 50-yearare payed on a monthly basis. Reavy plans to hold Saturday classes once enrollment increases. Reavy has been involved with Taekwando for seven years. She started after she enrolled her first son in a class when he was four years old. "It's hard work and it takes time and practice," she said. Reavy now has both of her sons involved in Taekwando. Reavy hopes that when she outgrows the studio she now has, the ATA Center can move to a larger building and use the current studio for black belts and instructors. The Henderson ATA Center will be the organization's eighth ATA school in the valley. Black Mountain Golf ERSHIP If REE liu links: Ron MaitirMz/Nfws Staff TAEKWANDO — Owner and Instructor Annette Reavy of the ATA Taekwando Center, and son Jonathan Reavy, prepare for his black belt. The ATA Taekwando Center will open Feb. 1. said. The center teaches students four years old and up. The center will offer most classes from 4 to 8 p.m. on weekdays and old, they won't learn the right way if I teach them the same." TD make sure someone is really interested before making any commitment to join. Reavy usually offers free classes in the beginning, she said. "Whatever a students' goals are, I'll make them mine, so they can achieve them," Reavy NiliMiuc lit' I IHIKI Iniriil; I 'Offer Qbod Througtf January 31-2001 "^a^C^.r^ CaU 56S-r933 TODAY! 500 Greenway Rd • Henderson • 89015 www.golfblackmountain.conr> CCSN Schedule DATE Feb. 2 Feb. 3 Feb. 8-10 Feb. 8 Feb.d Feb. 9 Feb. 10 Feb. 15 Feb. 16 Feb. 17 Feb. 17 Feb. 18 Feb. 23 Feb. 23 Feb. 24 Feb. 24 Feb. 25 March 1-3 CCSN basetMll 2001 schedule OPPONENfT LOCATION S. Mountain CCvUNLV S. Mountain CC CCSN CCSN Coyte Classic Dixie College CCSN CEU CCSN Snow College CCSN Dixie College CCSN Monraine Valley UNLV Monraine Valley CCSN CSI UNLV Morraine Valley UNLV CSI CCSN Salt Lake CC CCSN Utah Valley State Bask:HS Utah Valley State CCSN Salt Lake CC CCSN Salt Lake CC CCSN TIME 7 p.m. 10 a.m., 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 9 a.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 4 p.m. 1 p.m. 2 p.m. 5 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 10 a.m. 1 p.m. 10 a.m., 1 p.m. CSI McDonald's Slugout, Twin Falls, ID, 4 games Scoreboard Editor's Note: The following standings reflect games played up tq Monday, Jan. 22, 2001. If you wouW Nke your standings published, fax them to 434-3527 Attn: Ray in sports. HENDERSON PARKS and RECREATION DEPARTMENT YOUTH BASKETBAU 2001 Huskies (81 Warriors (9) Cougars (1) Lakers (2) Sonics (4) Raptors (6) Dawgs (7) Tarheels (10) Rebels (3) Gold Boys Silver Girit Lakers (1) •Lady All-Stars (4) Runnin' Rabbits (2) Jazz (3) Gold Giris Hurricanes (2) Lakers (5) Wddpackd) Celtics (6) Lady Air (4) Lady Wolves (3) Sliver Boys Wi.T 3 0 0 2 1 0 1 2 0 0 3 0 3 3 1 1 \ 1 1 1 0 w 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 0 WLT 3 0 0 1 1 1 2 3 Raptors (5) Kings (6) Jazzd) Lakers (3) • Pacers(2) Dragons (8) '*Runnin'Rebels (1) Bulls (7) Silver Boys East Junior Rebels (2) Hornets (1) 2 Lakers(3) 2 Sonics (4) 2 Mavericks (6) 2 Raptors (5) 1 JsQ (7) 0 Blazers (8) 0 WLT 3 0 0 0 1 1 2 2 3 3. Jazz (6) Timberwolves (4) Bullets (5) Bulls (8) Sonics (1) Raptors (2) Wolverines (7) • Lakers (3) Gold Boys East W L Raptors (1) 3 0 Bearcats (2) 3 0 Stars (4) 3 0 Timberwolves (3) 1 2 Jazz (5) 1 2 Rockets (8) 1 2 Lakers (6) 0 3 Sharpshooters (7) 0 3 Diamond Boys W L Lakers (6) 3 0 Jayhawks|3) 2 1 Rebels (4) 2 1 Red Dawgs (21 1 2 Suns (5) 1 2 Spartans (1) -0 3 Diamond Giris-Zone 1/2 WL 3 0 1 1 1 1 2 3 3 Silver Boys East WL Rebels (5) .3 Grizzlies (2) '2 Cougars (4) 2 •Celtics (6) 1 Silver Bandits (8) 1 Lakers (1) 1 Suns (7) 1 Warriors (3) 0 Silver Boye West Silver Bullets (8) Celtics (4) 2 Tmfiborwolvos (6) 2 Rockets (2) 1 Rebels (5) 1 Trailblazers (1) 1 Thunder (7) 1 Lakers (3) 0 0 1 1 1 1 2 2 3 WL 3 0 1 1 1 1 2 2 3 W Jaguars (3) 3 Rebel Girls (5) 3 Sparks (8) 2 Libertysd) 1 She Devils (2) 1 Raptors (4) 1 Panthers (7) 1 Suns (6) 0 Silver Giris Spartans (1) Cats (3) 3 Lady Lakers (2) 1 Stars (5) 1 Rebels (4) 1 Gators (6) 1 Rockets (7) 1 Hornets (8) 0 Silver Boye-North W OoWBoys Bombers (5) W 3 L T 0 0 Thunderbirds(l) Raptors (5) Jaa (2) Bucks (3) Eagles (41 Celtics (6) Wild Bunch (81 Kings (7) Silver Boys Sonics (6) Vipers (1) L 0 0 1 2 2 2 2 3 W L 3 0 0 1 1 2 2 2 3 L 0 0 2 2 2 2 2 2 W L 3 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 T" 0 0 0 0 0 0 T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 T 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 T 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 T 0 0 JV-'B' SILVERADO Silverado's boys junior vanity basketball defeatwl Vo-IVcb Friday 56-60. Wes Haffar scored 19 poiats and Dole Keller had 10... The Skyhawk boys 'B'team beat Vo-lbch 66^2 behind 20 poinU from Roy Oliver aad 12 points froiB Larry Pabat The win keeps Silverado in first place in the division with • 6-1 record.... Oa foala from Kelly Kaisaler aad Karla Lee, tbe Skjrhawka giris junior vanity seen beat Basic 2-1. March 9 March 10 March 10 • March 11 March 15 March 16 March 17 March 18 March 22-24 March 30 March 31 April 1 April 4 April 10 April 11 April 12 April 17 April 18 April 24 April 25 April 30 Iowa Western CCSN 1 p.m. Iowa Western CCSN 10 a.m. Bellevue CC CCSN 1 p.m. Iowa Western CC CCSN 1 p.m. Hosel University, Japan CCSN 5 p.m. FullertonJC CCSN 7 p.m. FullertonJC CCSN 11 a.m., 2 p.m. Fullerton JC CCSN 11 a.m. Yavapai Toummanet, Prescott, AZ, 6 games Mt. San Antonio Colege Mt. San Antonio Colege Mt. San Antonio Colege Yavapai College Los Angeles City College Los Angeles City College Los Angeles City College College of Eastem Utah College of Eastem Utah Salt Lake CC Utah Valley State College Chandler-Gilbert CC CCSN 7 p.m. CCSN 1 p.m. CCSN 11 a.m. CCSN 1 p.m., 4 p.m. CCSN 5 p.m. CCSN 4 p.m.. CCSN 4 p.m. CCSN 7 p.m. CCSN 2,5 p.m. Salt Lake 1,4 p.m. Salt Lake 1,4 p.m. CCSN 2,5 p.m. tVlIfl FREE SATELLITE TV SYSTEM AFTER REBATE When you sign up for I year of DISH Network One-Rate Plan including Americas Top 100 CD and your choice of 2 Premium Movie packages or Americas Top 100 CD plus your choice of any other programming equaling for 48.98/monch. $99 basic Professional Installation includes a FREE Off-Air or second Dish Antenna. Resort Electronics Henderson, NV 89009 (702) 564-0790 www.resortelectronics.caii Terrapins (2) 2 1 Runnin' Rebels (5) 2 1 Vt
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mmamtm'^ m/m Page 8 Henderson Home News Tuesday. January 30, 2001 BOYS From Page 7 Foothill's Derek Freeman was quickly called for another foul, which was followed by a technical aller the player demonstrated his displeasure with the call. Jordan hit two more free throws and Green Valley took a 37-33 lead. The Gators extended their lead after another Lainhart foul on Jordan, 39-33. Foothill closed the gap to 41-40 at the end of the third quarter and passed Green Valley, 46-43, on a Freeman three-poiilter with 5:51 left. Marshall, who finished with 15 points and nine rebounds, took the ganae over with two key offensive rebounds in the final five minutes. "That's my job," he said. "I am always playing hard to do the little things that help my team." Of Green Valley's 25 second-half points, 15 came from free throws. "Foothill outhustled us," Green Valley coach Jim Allen said. "They outplayed us, made their free throws and played great zone defense. "Some people think losing helps, but I don't. We have to respond to the loss now and step up. We have some tough league games ahead and we have to be ready." Jordan led all scorers with 20 points, 13 coming from the charity stripe, and had six assists. Gator center Mitch Platt scored 12 points and had nine rebounds in just 17 minutes of play. For Foothill, Freeman scored 17 points, including nine from the three-point line, and Lainhart had 10. Ryan Bourque contributed with six points in a starting role. Foothill takes over possession of the No. 1 birth with the victory due to recent rule changes about tiebreakers. The team that wins the final divisional-sanctioned contest between two tied teams heading into the postseason will come out on top. Green Valley (5-1) won the first game to open up divisional play, 66-56, but Foothill is in the driver's seat after finishing the 1999-2000 season with a 1-24 overall record. OTHER BASKETBALL ACTION The dismal divisional season continues for both Silverado and Basic as both fell Friday to their competition^ Silverado lost to Vo-Tech, 45-41, on a measly 35-percent shooting from the floor and just l-of-14 in free throws. "We didn't get the ball inside to our big guys," Skyhawk coach Mike Joseph said. "A couple of guys stepped up for us." Corey TVler scored 10 points to lead Silverado (2-4) while Pat Fain had eight in his first game back after recovering from iiyury. "We have our backs against the wall," Joseph said about his team's postseason status. "But we can get back in position when we play the rest of our schedule." Basic (0-6) is pulling up the rear in the division, after its 7^58 loss to Chaparral. James Dinicola scored 16 points and B.J. Hardy had 14 in the loss. Vo-Tech and Chaparral are both 3-3 in the division and hold the final two playoff spots as of now. Adult baseball league looks for players Las Vegas Men's Adult Baseball League and Men's Senior Baseball League, now in its sixth year, is looking for new players and teams to join for the spring and summer season. Age divisions are IS-plus and 30-plus. The MSBL and MABL are committed to providing adult players the opportunity to play real baseball at a competitive level on a regular basis. It all started in 1986 with 60 members and is now 40,000 strong nationally. Among the members are doctors, lawyers, local businessmen, former professional athletes and average working men. All are united by a common passion for playig and ei^o]dng basebcdl. These are not out-of-8hap6 softball players. MSBL members are serious amateur athletes. They exhibit a special commitment to excellence. For more information on joining, call George Johnson at 226-0243. ""'PORTERHOUSE • A IH ^ Mj 24 Hours .1 (lay 7 days a week ^^% ^ "i •')> • ^11 vou can eat salailhar WBVHP (11 am 10 DIIII NO TAKE OUTS 1741 N. Boulder Hwy. (South of Sunset) Henderson. NV 89015 Smitty's Sports Ta Featuring Henderson Home Sports Editor Ray Bre Every Tuesday at 2:3' ^^ mi iiii Ffi M1140 /I Rob Wtidnftld/Nwt Staff REDEMPTION — Foothill's Harvty Psrry convarts a frat throw attempt in at the and of his team's victory over Grssn Valloy. Perry missed a free throw Just before this shot. GIRLS From Page 7 "That is what we keep telling ourselves," Falcons' coach Rich Handley said in regards to the playoffs. "We have already improved a lot and we are going in the right direction. Obviously, making the regional tournament would be something special." The Falcons are currently 1-5 in the division, trailing fourth place Chaparral (2-4). However, Foothill plays winless Vo-Tech and the Cowboys before the season ends — two winnable games. Sophomore guard Roxanne Ritchie had 13 points in the loss to lead the Falcons and Heather Haddock had 11. Erika Twesme led the way for the Gators with 23 points, Taylor Cohen had 14 and Jennifer Ridout added nine. Green Valley is 4-2 in the Southeast Division, good enough for third place. Read it in tiie News Area wrestling teams face stiff competition By the Newt Staff Silverado's wrestling team took second at the Mojave Invitational Saturday. In his first varsity tournament, Russell Autin (125 pounds) won the individual tournament as did 140-pound Danyel Brown and heavyweight VR Bohman. Jon Piron (189), Mike Castle (119) and Chris Burr (171) each took third in the tournament. Jon Lindsey (152) finished fourth for the Skyhawks as he left with an excessively bloody nose. In other wrestling action, Basic, Foothill and Green Valley travelled to Mesquite for the Bulldog Growler hosted by Virgin Valley High School. The home team won the event with 227 points while Basic took 12th with 65 and Foothill finished in 15th place with 42 1/2; Basic's Aaron Martinez won the 160-pound tournament over Virgin Valley's Mark Woods while teammate Chris Gonzales (125) took second. Foothill's Ronnie Kearney (112) took third, beating Basic's David Ochoa in the consolation finals. Paul Viray (189) took sixth for the Falcons. Green Valley's results were unavailable. Dale Jarrett to appear at Feb. 28 Winston West event Former NASCAR Winston Cup champion Dale Jarrett will sign autographs at the Feb. 28 NASCAR Winston West event at the Bullring at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Jarrett, who was the polesitter fro the inaugural Winston Cup event at LVMS in 1998, will be on hand fi^om 5-6 p.m. to sign autographs for fans. "Tb have a driver the caliber of Jarrett show such an interest in the BuUring and the NASCAR Winton West Series shows the value of this facility and this event," said Chris Powell, LVMS executive vice president and general manager. The NASCAR Winston West event will kick off the biggest sports weekend in Nevada. The crown jewel of the weekend is the UAW-DaimlerChrysler 400 NASCAR Winston Cup event Sunday, March 4. The Sam's Town 300 NASCAR Busch Series event will be held Saruday, March 3. The Orleans Pole Day is Friday, March 2. For ticket informaiton call 1800-644-4444 or log on to Tickets.com. SERIOUS REPRESENTATION AT AN AFFORDABLE PRICE •MICHAEL A. ROOT* ATTORNEY AT LAW 6I2 5.I0THST LAS VEGAS, NV 89101 CRIMINAL' Felony Misdemeanors Sexual Offenses Juvenile Traffic Tickets DUI • LESS COST • SUPERIOR • QUALITY • REPRESENTATION IMMEDIATE APPOINTMENTS • SATURDAY APPOINTMENTS •AFTERS APPOINTMENTS MONDAY • FRIDAY • FAMILY LAW Divorce contested uncontested Child Support Temporary Protective Orders Guardianship • PERSONAL INIURY Car Accidents Dog Bites Wrongful Death No Recovery-No Fee • BANKRUPTCY • CALLTODAY FOR AN APPOINTMENT • (702) 382-2055 • 18 YEARS EXPERIENCE • FORMER JAG •ALL PHONE CALLS RETURNED THE SAME DAY Imeh Mafeeba Saturday, February 3 at 7:30 p.in. Black Mountain Racraatlon Cantor, 599 Oraonway Raad (Hoiizon Drfva and Oraanway Raarf) Awela paints pictures with words, breathes life into characters and teaches and inspiras through the power of story. She specializes In African fblMaies, aoutham plantation tales, historical talet. cMdran'a Wa ra tufe, multi-cultural foMof* and peraonal stories. 565-2181 MYoHtk A (tamNy —^liiPBimi^t--^ • • Tuesday, January 30,2001 Handarton Homa News Page 9 Taekwando center to open Thursday on Water Street By Carls RIddIt NewsJtaff Writer Annette Reavy hopes to ofTer children and adults a studio where everybody is a winner, she said. Reavy, the taekwando 1999 world champion and thirddegree black belt, is planning to open an American Taekwando Association (ATA) Taekwando Center, ^ B Water St., on Feb. 1. ., "It's important for a parent to know that their child will be treated as an individual," Reavy said. "Taekwando teaches and guides a student to be the best they can be in any area." Taekwando, the dominant Korean form of karate, incorporates the use of weapons with self-defense moves. There are 11 levels to complete and no matter what age, each beginner starts at the white belt. "The difference between ATA and other martial arts is that it separates age groups so instructors can focus on what the student really needs," she said. "Although a 14-year-old is in the same class as a 50-yearare payed on a monthly basis. Reavy plans to hold Saturday classes once enrollment increases. Reavy has been involved with Taekwando for seven years. She started after she enrolled her first son in a class when he was four years old. "It's hard work and it takes time and practice," she said. Reavy now has both of her sons involved in Taekwando. Reavy hopes that when she outgrows the studio she now has, the ATA Center can move to a larger building and use the current studio for black belts and instructors. The Henderson ATA Center will be the organization's eighth ATA school in the valley. Black Mountain Golf ERSHIP If REE liu links: Ron MaitirMz/Nfws Staff TAEKWANDO — Owner and Instructor Annette Reavy of the ATA Taekwando Center, and son Jonathan Reavy, prepare for his black belt. The ATA Taekwando Center will open Feb. 1. said. The center teaches students four years old and up. The center will offer most classes from 4 to 8 p.m. on weekdays and old, they won't learn the right way if I teach them the same." TD make sure someone is really interested before making any commitment to join. Reavy usually offers free classes in the beginning, she said. "Whatever a students' goals are, I'll make them mine, so they can achieve them," Reavy NiliMiuc lit' I IHIKI Iniriil; I 'Offer Qbod Througtf January 31-2001 "^a^C^.r^ CaU 56S-r933 TODAY! 500 Greenway Rd • Henderson • 89015 www.golfblackmountain.conr> CCSN Schedule DATE Feb. 2 Feb. 3 Feb. 8-10 Feb. 8 Feb.d Feb. 9 Feb. 10 Feb. 15 Feb. 16 Feb. 17 Feb. 17 Feb. 18 Feb. 23 Feb. 23 Feb. 24 Feb. 24 Feb. 25 March 1-3 CCSN basetMll 2001 schedule OPPONENfT LOCATION S. Mountain CCvUNLV S. Mountain CC CCSN CCSN Coyte Classic Dixie College CCSN CEU CCSN Snow College CCSN Dixie College CCSN Monraine Valley UNLV Monraine Valley CCSN CSI UNLV Morraine Valley UNLV CSI CCSN Salt Lake CC CCSN Utah Valley State Bask:HS Utah Valley State CCSN Salt Lake CC CCSN Salt Lake CC CCSN TIME 7 p.m. 10 a.m., 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 9 a.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 4 p.m. 1 p.m. 2 p.m. 5 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 10 a.m. 1 p.m. 10 a.m., 1 p.m. CSI McDonald's Slugout, Twin Falls, ID, 4 games Scoreboard Editor's Note: The following standings reflect games played up tq Monday, Jan. 22, 2001. If you wouW Nke your standings published, fax them to 434-3527 Attn: Ray in sports. HENDERSON PARKS and RECREATION DEPARTMENT YOUTH BASKETBAU 2001 Huskies (81 Warriors (9) Cougars (1) Lakers (2) Sonics (4) Raptors (6) Dawgs (7) Tarheels (10) Rebels (3) Gold Boys Silver Girit Lakers (1) •Lady All-Stars (4) Runnin' Rabbits (2) Jazz (3) Gold Giris Hurricanes (2) Lakers (5) Wddpackd) Celtics (6) Lady Air (4) Lady Wolves (3) Sliver Boys Wi.T 3 0 0 2 1 0 1 2 0 0 3 0 3 3 1 1 \ 1 1 1 0 w 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 0 WLT 3 0 0 1 1 1 2 3 Raptors (5) Kings (6) Jazzd) Lakers (3) • Pacers(2) Dragons (8) '*Runnin'Rebels (1) Bulls (7) Silver Boys East Junior Rebels (2) Hornets (1) 2 Lakers(3) 2 Sonics (4) 2 Mavericks (6) 2 Raptors (5) 1 JsQ (7) 0 Blazers (8) 0 WLT 3 0 0 0 1 1 2 2 3 3. Jazz (6) Timberwolves (4) Bullets (5) Bulls (8) Sonics (1) Raptors (2) Wolverines (7) • Lakers (3) Gold Boys East W L Raptors (1) 3 0 Bearcats (2) 3 0 Stars (4) 3 0 Timberwolves (3) 1 2 Jazz (5) 1 2 Rockets (8) 1 2 Lakers (6) 0 3 Sharpshooters (7) 0 3 Diamond Boys W L Lakers (6) 3 0 Jayhawks|3) 2 1 Rebels (4) 2 1 Red Dawgs (21 1 2 Suns (5) 1 2 Spartans (1) -0 3 Diamond Giris-Zone 1/2 WL 3 0 1 1 1 1 2 3 3 Silver Boys East WL Rebels (5) .3 Grizzlies (2) '2 Cougars (4) 2 •Celtics (6) 1 Silver Bandits (8) 1 Lakers (1) 1 Suns (7) 1 Warriors (3) 0 Silver Boye West Silver Bullets (8) Celtics (4) 2 Tmfiborwolvos (6) 2 Rockets (2) 1 Rebels (5) 1 Trailblazers (1) 1 Thunder (7) 1 Lakers (3) 0 0 1 1 1 1 2 2 3 WL 3 0 1 1 1 1 2 2 3 W Jaguars (3) 3 Rebel Girls (5) 3 Sparks (8) 2 Libertysd) 1 She Devils (2) 1 Raptors (4) 1 Panthers (7) 1 Suns (6) 0 Silver Giris Spartans (1) Cats (3) 3 Lady Lakers (2) 1 Stars (5) 1 Rebels (4) 1 Gators (6) 1 Rockets (7) 1 Hornets (8) 0 Silver Boye-North W OoWBoys Bombers (5) W 3 L T 0 0 Thunderbirds(l) Raptors (5) Jaa (2) Bucks (3) Eagles (41 Celtics (6) Wild Bunch (81 Kings (7) Silver Boys Sonics (6) Vipers (1) L 0 0 1 2 2 2 2 3 W L 3 0 0 1 1 2 2 2 3 L 0 0 2 2 2 2 2 2 W L 3 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 T" 0 0 0 0 0 0 T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 T 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 T 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 T 0 0 JV-'B' SILVERADO Silverado's boys junior vanity basketball defeatwl Vo-IVcb Friday 56-60. Wes Haffar scored 19 poiats and Dole Keller had 10... The Skyhawk boys 'B'team beat Vo-lbch 66^2 behind 20 poinU from Roy Oliver aad 12 points froiB Larry Pabat The win keeps Silverado in first place in the division with • 6-1 record.... Oa foala from Kelly Kaisaler aad Karla Lee, tbe Skjrhawka giris junior vanity seen beat Basic 2-1. March 9 March 10 March 10 • March 11 March 15 March 16 March 17 March 18 March 22-24 March 30 March 31 April 1 April 4 April 10 April 11 April 12 April 17 April 18 April 24 April 25 April 30 Iowa Western CCSN 1 p.m. Iowa Western CCSN 10 a.m. Bellevue CC CCSN 1 p.m. Iowa Western CC CCSN 1 p.m. Hosel University, Japan CCSN 5 p.m. FullertonJC CCSN 7 p.m. FullertonJC CCSN 11 a.m., 2 p.m. Fullerton JC CCSN 11 a.m. Yavapai Toummanet, Prescott, AZ, 6 games Mt. San Antonio Colege Mt. San Antonio Colege Mt. San Antonio Colege Yavapai College Los Angeles City College Los Angeles City College Los Angeles City College College of Eastem Utah College of Eastem Utah Salt Lake CC Utah Valley State College Chandler-Gilbert CC CCSN 7 p.m. CCSN 1 p.m. CCSN 11 a.m. CCSN 1 p.m., 4 p.m. CCSN 5 p.m. CCSN 4 p.m.. CCSN 4 p.m. CCSN 7 p.m. CCSN 2,5 p.m. Salt Lake 1,4 p.m. Salt Lake 1,4 p.m. CCSN 2,5 p.m. tVlIfl FREE SATELLITE TV SYSTEM AFTER REBATE When you sign up for I year of DISH Network One-Rate Plan including Americas Top 100 CD and your choice of 2 Premium Movie packages or Americas Top 100 CD plus your choice of any other programming equaling for 48.98/monch. $99 basic Professional Installation includes a FREE Off-Air or second Dish Antenna. Resort Electronics Henderson, NV 89009 (702) 564-0790 www.resortelectronics.caii Terrapins (2) 2 1 Runnin' Rebels (5) 2 1 Vt
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Page 10 Henderson Home News Tuesday, January 30, 2001 Local students visit nation's capital Burkholder Middle School's travel club attends inauguration By Caria Riddle • News Staff Writer For four days, 22 students crammed their brains with information about the nation's history. They didn't learn about the history of the Holocaust, the Department of Defense and the Supreme Court through a textbook during these four days. They actually experienced it. Students from Burkholder Middle School and nine parents/ grandparents accompanied teacher Jackie WelchDoubek, head of the travel club at Burkholder, to Washington, D.C., the weekend of Jan. 20 for the inauguration^. "I like to see history come alive for the students^ WelchDoubek said. This is the 10th time she has taken students to Washington D.C. "It was a fantastic opportunity, not only for the historical sites but for the inauguration as well," said Monte Bay, former Burkholder principal. Bay was enthusiastic about receiving the chance to visit Washington, DC, for a second time. The travel group stayed in Alexandria, Va., and visited historical sits such as the new Franklin D. Roosevelt Memorial, the Holocaust Museum and the Tomb of the Courtesy Photo VISITING THE PENTAGON Visiting the Department of Defense at the Pentagon in Washington, D.C, was one of the many activities that 22 students from Burkholder Middle School experienced the weekend of the inauguration. Unknown Soldier at Arlington National Cemetery. The students took part in a ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier by placing a wreath with a ribbon displaying the school's name upon the tomb. e'^^y son participated with a couple of other kids. A sergeant walked with them up to the tomb," said Jae Johnson of her son, Donnie Johnson. Both mother and son attended the trip. Some of the students received the opportunity tq^ meet former President George Bush and Barbara when visiting the John F. Kennedy Center, Johnson said. "They were extremely polite and very nice," she said. "They thanked the kids for coming and took pictures with them." The students also attended one of the several inaugural balls, Welch-Doubek said. "They really got decked out for that." Watching the president take the oath of office was one of the more memorable events during their trip, WelchDoubek said. "They really saw everything it takes for something like that to happen," she said. "They were really impressed with the Secret Service men, the military and the police." What Johnson noticed while visjting the Supreme Court was how the kids really cared about the history, she said. "They knew their stuff, and what they didn't know, they paid attention to," Johnson said. Civic Symphony to present classical masterpieces The Henderson Civic Symphony will perform an afternoon concert of classical masterpieces at 3 p.m. on Feb. 11 at the Kesterson Valley View Recreation Center, 500 Harris St. The free performance is sponsored by the Henderson Parks and Recreation Department. The symphony will perform a variety of classical favorites, including Giuseppe Verdi's "Overture to Xa Forza del Destino." In addrbion, ^est conductor Peter Aaronson will join the symphony for a performance of Beethoven's "Pastoral Symphony" "Pastoral Symphony is one of Beethoven's most descriptive works," said Sally Ahlstedt, APRP, recreation coordinator "It wonderfully depicts the scene by a brook, the shepherds' hymn, and the storm." The symphony will also present Stuart Sankey's "Carmen Fantasy," which will be highlight>d by an inventive double bass, .solo by Brad Pfeil. A respected musician and educator, Pfoil i.* now in his fourth season as conductor of the Henderson Civic Symphony. Audience members are invited to take part in a discussion at 2 p.m. just prior to the performance. Moderator David Green, librarian at the Las Vegas Academy of International Studies, Performing and Visual Arts and member of the Henderson Civic Symphony, moderates an engaging educational program that provides audience members with insight into the music, influences and composers. The all-volunteer Henderson Civic Symphony is supported by contributions made by members of the community and funding provided by the HPRD. Contributions of $10 or more are recognized in each concert's program, lb learn more about the symphony, call 565-2367. Humorist to perform for St. Rose lb introduce its new Open Heart Center, St. Rose Dominican Hospital is hosting Humor for the Heart. This comedy club-style event will feature a heart-healthy lunch and a performance by nationally recognized humorist Peggy Kline (seen on "Sally Jesse Raphael" and in Redbook magazine). Humor for the Heart will be held at 12:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 17 at Anthem Center, 245,0 Hampton Road, in Del Webb's Anthem community. Tickets are $12 and include a heart-healthy lunch prepared by Trumpets Restaurant, lb purchase tickets, call 616-4900. Humor for the Heart tickets can be purchased in advance at The Barbara Greenspun Women'sCare Center of Excellence, 110 Green Valley Parkway, Suite 330, or in the Anthem Center Read it in the News Join Us for a Master Highlighter Event! ""e will have a .jmas Kinkcide ,aster Highlighter adding custoiv highlights to paintings. DonJ miss this opportunity to hiwe your nting additionally enhanced. Liiv '• ^ !', '-^'k^ purchased from now v vent may be highlighte ^^^^1 IS still available Where: Thomas Kmkade at LE Gallerie LUMINISTE Galleria at Sunset 1300 W. Sunset Rd. Henderson, NV When: Saturday. February 3rd, 10am to 6pm Sunday February 4tti. 11am to 6pm Phone for detaHt: 898-4080 TO:JESUSALVARADO; and TO.ANYANDALLPKR. SONS who may claim an interest in defendant CURRENCY. NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that on the 16th dav of August, 2000, the City of Henderson and the Henderson Police Department commenced a forfeiture action pursuant to NRS 453J01 in Case No. A423058, Department Number I, In the Eighth Judicial District Court of the State of Nevada. This action involved One (11 I^rcin J80 Caliber Pistol containing a fkiU magazine. SN 299044 and One(l)JW magaiinc, which were seized from Jesus Alvaradoonjune 25.2000. You must serve your Answer to the Complaint upon PlaintlfTs atlomey within twenty (20) days of the iermination of this publication. Your answer must set forth your response to the Complaint or the nature and existence of anv right, title, or interest claimed by you in the Defendant pistol and magazine. If you fail to answer within the Ume provided. Judgment by Default will be entered against you for tberdWdcmaMiedinthc ConHrialM. JUDGE GENE T. PORTER SHAUNA HUGHES CITY ATTORNEY h/ By: Lin T. Ng. EM|. Dcnty CMy Altoracy 243 Water Strctt HnMCTMSf NV 99vl5 H-Jaa. 2. 9, It, U Jt. LEGAL NOTICE IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON IN ANDFORTIfFC OUNTY OF .SNOHOMISH JUVENILE COURT SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION ( DEPENDENCY' THE STATE OF WASHINGTON TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN JEFFREY SCOTT LINDLEY, biological father of JOSHUA SCOTT LINDLEY,d.o.b.llrt)I/84. Dependency Pelitiun (MI-7005l<;-2 filed March I. 2000 (natural mother, CAROI.ANNLINDLEY). A Petition was filed with the abave court to adjudge ><>ur child to be dependent. The Petition begins a process which, if your child is found dependent, may result in a termination of your parentchild relationship. The immediate object of these proceedings is to determine dependency and temporary care, custody, supervision and physical placement of vour child. Preliminary hearing will be held on above case number at 9:30 a.m. on the 13th day uf March. 2001, before the court at the SnohomLsh County Juvenile Justice Center, 2801 lOth Street. Everett. Washington 98201. for the purpose of appointmeni of attorneys, the determination of any facts not in dispute and the hearing of pn>-lrial motions; and fact finding hearings (trials) will be held before the said court on the above cause numbers at 9:30 a.m. on the 29th day of March. 2001. THE ABOVE NAMED INDIVIDUALS ARE SUMMONED TO APPEAR at both of said hearings regarding your child. If you do not appear at the first (preliminary i hearing, the court may cancel the second hearing and take evidence and enter an order without further notice to you. You may be held responsible for the support of the child if the child is placed in oul-ofhomecare. At all stages of a proceeding in which a child b alleged to be dependent pursuant to RCW I3.34JU0 (2). the childt parent or guardian has the rifktlobc MHorkerby DM* I/I7/2MI PAM L. DANIELS acrk of Ibc Superior Cawt. /i/SMfteyJilBMlw DMtyOfrt H-JaiL23,M,Fck.,2Ml Legal Notice TO: LYNN DYKES 6700 E. RUSSELL RD. *I05 LAS VE(;AS. NV 89122 FROM: THE BOAT BARN. INC. 151 E. Sunset Road Henderson, Nevada 89m 5 You are hereby nulified that you are novt delinquent in the payment of rent due the undersigned Lessor in accordance with the Lease Agreement in which you are the Les.see of the individual storage area known £s K-11,151F}. Sunset Road, Henderson. Nev. and your tenancy of said unit Ls hereby terminated. \ ou are further notified that in accordance vtith Section 10 of said Lease Agreement, in order to satisfy the lien of the undersigned for the payment of the said rent, the undersigned at public sale to be held al K AM, FEBRUARY 13, 2001-TUE.SDAY al 151 E. Sunset Road, Henderson, Nevada villl sell all of your right, tide and interest in all personal property, goods, chatties and merchandise upon the premises and w ill apply the proceeds of the sale to the payment of the said rent and expense of sale, ^'ou may redeem the said property at any time prior to the sale by payment of the amount due. Ceriifled letter dated this DECEMBER 29, 2000. THE BOAT BARN, INC. Mary V. SwadelU l,essor H—Jan. 23, .Wand Feb. 6, 2001 NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS DBE GOAL FOR nSCAL YEAR 2001 The Nevada Department of Transportation's proposed DLsiidvantaged Business Enterprise goal for Federal Fiscal Year 2001 is five percent (5*1. The proposed goal and the rationale are available for inspection al the Nevada DeparimenI of Transportation, Contract Compliance Division, 1263 South Stewart Street, Carson 'city, NV 89712 and puMic comment will be accepted until February 16,2001 al the above referenced address. H—Januarv 16,18.23,25. 30. February 1,2001 BEFORE THE PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION OF NEVADA NOTICE OF TARIFF FIUNG A tariff fWi,deilpMted MDodw(Niiwl-10l5,bat pany ("Nevada Power"), to revise its Large General Service — Extra Large schedule to update the customer specific facilities charge for the existing customer referred to as "Circus Circus Properties/ E xcali bu r/ L uxor/ Mandalay Bay" based on modifications to the existing facilities. (Advice Letter No. 255). Nevada Power states that the current customer specific facilities charges of the Circus Circus Properties/Excalibur/ CITY CLERK Luxor/Mandalay Bay will H—January 30, 2IM)I be decreased from $166,400 to $159,600. This Urirrniing is filed pursuant to the Nevada Revised Statutes and the Nevada Administrative Code ("NAC") Chapters 703 and 704. For a more detailed description of the proposed tariff revision, the filing is on nie and available for public viewing at the offices of the Commission: 1150 East William Street, Carson Citv Nevada 89701 and 101 Convention Center Drive, Suite 250, Las Vegas, Nevada 89109. Interested and affected perstms may comment in writing and file appropriate protests anfl/or petitions for leave to intervene at either of the Commission's offices on or before Wednesday, February 21,2001. By the Commission, /s/ Crystal Jackson CRYSTAL JACKSON, Commission Secretarv Dated: Carson Clty.Nevada 1/25/01 (SEAL) H—January 30, 2001 formance to specifications, bidder'squalificationsand bid Judged to be in the best interest of the public, each factor being considered. THE CITY RESERVES THE RIGHT TO REJECTANYAND/ORALL BID.S. OR TO WAIVE ANY INFORMALITY OR IRRE(;ULARITIES. BY ORDER OF THE CITY COUNCIL, HENDERSON. NEVADA /s/ Monica Simmons MONICA SIMMONS. f.EGAL NOTICE INVITATION TO BID NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the City Council. City of Henderson, State of .Nevada, will receive sealed bids from qualiried vendors for the supplies or services indicated below, at the OFFICE OF THE CITY CLERK, 240 WATER STREET, HENDER.SON. NEVADA 89015, until the hour of 11 :(NI A.M. on the 12th day of February, 2IN) I, and said bids will be opened and publicly read at that time in the Conference Room, at the above address for: Bid No. 110-00*01: "Utility Bodies & Accessories" Which must conform to speciflcatio^i. which may be secured at the Purchasing Division, at the above address, prior to the date and time set for the bid opening. .All bids must be submitted in a sealed envelope plainly marked. BID NO. 1100001: UTILITY BODIES & ACCESSORIES with the name of the bidder in the upper left hand corner and accompanied by complete specificatiuns for the items offered, marked and delivered to the ATTENTION OF THE CITY CLERK. AWARD will be made on the basis of the lowest responsive and responsible bidder, unit price, conformani'v to speciricalion.s, bidder'squalificationsand hid Judged to be in the best interest uf the public, each factor being considered. THE CITY RESERVF:S THE RKJHT TO REJECTANY AND/OR A4,L BIDS, OR TO WAIVE ANY INFORMALITY OR IRRE(iULARITIES. BY ORDER OF THE CITY COUNCIL, HENDF;RSON, NEVADA Is/ Monica M. Simmons MONICA SIMMONS, CITY CLERK H—Januarv M>, 2001 OFFK lAL NOTICE OF PU'BLIC HEARINfJ Redevelopment Plan for the Tuscany Hills Redevelopment Area NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that theCily Council of the City of Henderson, Nevada will hold a Public Hearing on February 20, 2(N)I, at the hour of 7:00 p.m., or sewn thereafter as practicable, in the City Council Chambers. 240 Water Street. Henderson, Nevada, toconsider the adoption and approval of a Redevelopment Plan for the Tuscany Hills Redevelopment Area, which area is described and shown as follows: A portion of .Sections 28, 29,32, and 33, Township 21 South, Range 63 FXst, .M.D.M., City of Henderson, Clark County, Nevada, more particularly described as follows: Beginning at the northeast corner of said Section 32; THENCE along the east line thereof. South 03"23'46" East, 2716.68 feet; THENCE departing said East line. North 88''42'18" East, 829.86 feet; THENCE .S<)uth O.V23'46 F;ast. 989.57 feel; THENCE North 8.r58'.'5" East. 484.74 feet; THENCE South 03'I7'24" East. 394.86 feel to the beginning of a non-tangent curve: THENCE along said curve, whose radius point bears South 33"55'48" East, concave .Southeasterly having a radius of 5200.00 feet, along said curve to the left through a central angle of 22^)'05". an arc length of 1996.77 feet toa point on the south line of said .Section 32; THENCE along said soulh line, Soffth 89"37*49" West, 211.11 feet: THENCE departing said south line. North 27"04'19" F^a.st, 442.84 feet lo the lieginning of a tangent curve. BEFORE THE PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION OF NEVADA NOTICE OF TARIFF FILING A tariff filing, designated as Docket No. 01-1014. has been filed with the Public Utilities Commission of Nevada ("Commission"), by Nevada Power Company ("NPC"). NPC requests Commission approval of the sixth adjustment to its Fuel and Purchased Power ("F & PP") Rider, Electric Service Tariff No. IB, to adjust energy charges in accordance with the F & PP adjustment mechanism. NPC a.s.serts that this filing is made in compliconcave Southwesterly having a radius of 426.IN) feet ance with the Stipulation along said curve lo the left through a central angle of and Agreement to Com77''45'06", an arc length of 578.09 IVvi; THENCE North 50"40'47 West, 138.28 feet to the beginning of nim-tangent curve; THF^NCE along said curve, whose radius point bears North 64 "07'.W" West, concave Northwesterly having a radius of 1910.00 feet, along said curve to the right through a central angle of 49"2r.VI", an arc length of 1645.40 feet to a point on the aforementioned south line of said Section 32; THENCE along said Miuth line. South 89"37'49" West, 1070.41 feet; THENCE .Siuth 884r22" Wi-st, 2691.01 feel to the southwest corner of said Section 32; tial customers. In support 1 HENCE departing said south line, along the west line of this filing. NPC has in"f said Section .32. North.1"25'l3" VVest.26.W.31 feet; THENCE North 01"14'15 West, 21134.54 feet to the northwest corner of said Section 32; rilENCE departing said west line.ulong the north line of said .Section 32. North 89"31 '28", East. 264.3.82 feet; THENCE Departing Said North Linc.North01"l6'l9" East. 1.M3.08 feet; THENCE North 89"12"20" East. 2246.23 feet; THENCE North 02"I2'I I' East. 595.81 feet; IHENCE North 89"04'09' East, 324.75 feet to the beginning of a non-langeni curve; pursuant to the Nevada THENCE along said curve, u^ose radius point hears Revised Statutes ("NR.S") South 64"20'42" F;ast, concave Soulheasteriy having a and the Nevada .Adminisradius of 1575.00 feel, along said curve to the right trativc Code Chapters 703 through a central angle of 08"(I6'07". an arc length uf and 704 and. in particular. 222.71 fi-et; THENCE .South 02'24'07" West. 109.44 feet; THENCE North 89'1)2'.V|' East. 1316.97 feet; THEN( E South 02"17'31" West, 20.M.(M feet; THENCE Sublicly read al that time n the Conference Room, at the above address for: BID NO. II 2-00*01: "Utility Turf Vehicles" which must conform to specifications which may be secured at the PurchasTUSCANV HIILS REDEVELOPMENT AREA i TfI DFSIGNATFS PncaeCTSITE THE SCOPE AND OBJECTIVES of the proposed Redevelopment Plan (Redevelopment Plan) for the Tuscany Hills Redevelopment Area (Redevelopment Area) are to establish the Redevelopment Area as described and shown above and lo eliminate blighting conditions in such area. The Redevelopment Plan outlines a general framework within which the City of Henderson Redevelopment Agency (Redevelopment Agency) may carry out projects or programs for the alleviation of blighting Cf(nditions in tlie Redevrlopment Area'and defines the powers and obligations of the Redevelopment Agencv in carrying out the Redevelopment Plan. It also contains information regarding pmposed redevplopmenl activities, land uses and development reqiriremenLs. aiyl the method of financing the Redevelopment Wart. The HedevebpmenI Plan will be the principal policy tool and document governing the redevelopment activities of the Redevelopment Agencv in implementing projects and programs over the life of the Redetelopment Plan (30 vears from adopli •• CRyClertiwTRleiiobJtcHaBlh M elawapproval thereof. DATED JoMMry 11,2001 and pblisbed January U. 200l,Ja—aiy 30.2001; February 06.2001; and Febfuary 13, 2MI • the Hcwienoa Hoe Newi aad LM VcBM Review JourMl. / • /SteyhMteOaki Car Moida M. SiMWMs. CNy Clerk H-Jaik23,J0,Feb.*.l3.200l livercd lo the ATTEN TION OF THE CITY CLERK. AWARD wB be Mdeoa the baaiionhcloireM rebidder, unli price, earnTuesday, January 30, 2001 He nderson Home Newo Page 11 RATES BOXED ADS $8.00 UPT03UNES (appnu. 23 dwactm per lin<| MtEA. ADDITIONAL UNE. (OM w fkt^f rak li Uil 4 • • 3lMiiiriB(p(r $3 W p c i. pir laia Unt ads s $3 X p int • up lo 3 hM-pMiMia. Cadi BM 3llnM. 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Page 10 Henderson Home News Tuesday, January 30, 2001 Local students visit nation's capital Burkholder Middle School's travel club attends inauguration By Caria Riddle • News Staff Writer For four days, 22 students crammed their brains with information about the nation's history. They didn't learn about the history of the Holocaust, the Department of Defense and the Supreme Court through a textbook during these four days. They actually experienced it. Students from Burkholder Middle School and nine parents/ grandparents accompanied teacher Jackie WelchDoubek, head of the travel club at Burkholder, to Washington, D.C., the weekend of Jan. 20 for the inauguration^. "I like to see history come alive for the students^ WelchDoubek said. This is the 10th time she has taken students to Washington D.C. "It was a fantastic opportunity, not only for the historical sites but for the inauguration as well," said Monte Bay, former Burkholder principal. Bay was enthusiastic about receiving the chance to visit Washington, DC, for a second time. The travel group stayed in Alexandria, Va., and visited historical sits such as the new Franklin D. Roosevelt Memorial, the Holocaust Museum and the Tomb of the Courtesy Photo VISITING THE PENTAGON Visiting the Department of Defense at the Pentagon in Washington, D.C, was one of the many activities that 22 students from Burkholder Middle School experienced the weekend of the inauguration. Unknown Soldier at Arlington National Cemetery. The students took part in a ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier by placing a wreath with a ribbon displaying the school's name upon the tomb. e'^^y son participated with a couple of other kids. A sergeant walked with them up to the tomb," said Jae Johnson of her son, Donnie Johnson. Both mother and son attended the trip. Some of the students received the opportunity tq^ meet former President George Bush and Barbara when visiting the John F. Kennedy Center, Johnson said. "They were extremely polite and very nice," she said. "They thanked the kids for coming and took pictures with them." The students also attended one of the several inaugural balls, Welch-Doubek said. "They really got decked out for that." Watching the president take the oath of office was one of the more memorable events during their trip, WelchDoubek said. "They really saw everything it takes for something like that to happen," she said. "They were really impressed with the Secret Service men, the military and the police." What Johnson noticed while visjting the Supreme Court was how the kids really cared about the history, she said. "They knew their stuff, and what they didn't know, they paid attention to," Johnson said. Civic Symphony to present classical masterpieces The Henderson Civic Symphony will perform an afternoon concert of classical masterpieces at 3 p.m. on Feb. 11 at the Kesterson Valley View Recreation Center, 500 Harris St. The free performance is sponsored by the Henderson Parks and Recreation Department. The symphony will perform a variety of classical favorites, including Giuseppe Verdi's "Overture to Xa Forza del Destino." In addrbion, ^est conductor Peter Aaronson will join the symphony for a performance of Beethoven's "Pastoral Symphony" "Pastoral Symphony is one of Beethoven's most descriptive works," said Sally Ahlstedt, APRP, recreation coordinator "It wonderfully depicts the scene by a brook, the shepherds' hymn, and the storm." The symphony will also present Stuart Sankey's "Carmen Fantasy," which will be highlight>d by an inventive double bass, .solo by Brad Pfeil. A respected musician and educator, Pfoil i.* now in his fourth season as conductor of the Henderson Civic Symphony. Audience members are invited to take part in a discussion at 2 p.m. just prior to the performance. Moderator David Green, librarian at the Las Vegas Academy of International Studies, Performing and Visual Arts and member of the Henderson Civic Symphony, moderates an engaging educational program that provides audience members with insight into the music, influences and composers. The all-volunteer Henderson Civic Symphony is supported by contributions made by members of the community and funding provided by the HPRD. Contributions of $10 or more are recognized in each concert's program, lb learn more about the symphony, call 565-2367. Humorist to perform for St. Rose lb introduce its new Open Heart Center, St. Rose Dominican Hospital is hosting Humor for the Heart. This comedy club-style event will feature a heart-healthy lunch and a performance by nationally recognized humorist Peggy Kline (seen on "Sally Jesse Raphael" and in Redbook magazine). Humor for the Heart will be held at 12:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 17 at Anthem Center, 245,0 Hampton Road, in Del Webb's Anthem community. Tickets are $12 and include a heart-healthy lunch prepared by Trumpets Restaurant, lb purchase tickets, call 616-4900. Humor for the Heart tickets can be purchased in advance at The Barbara Greenspun Women'sCare Center of Excellence, 110 Green Valley Parkway, Suite 330, or in the Anthem Center Read it in the News Join Us for a Master Highlighter Event! ""e will have a .jmas Kinkcide ,aster Highlighter adding custoiv highlights to paintings. DonJ miss this opportunity to hiwe your nting additionally enhanced. Liiv '• ^ !', '-^'k^ purchased from now v vent may be highlighte ^^^^1 IS still available Where: Thomas Kmkade at LE Gallerie LUMINISTE Galleria at Sunset 1300 W. Sunset Rd. Henderson, NV When: Saturday. February 3rd, 10am to 6pm Sunday February 4tti. 11am to 6pm Phone for detaHt: 898-4080 TO:JESUSALVARADO; and TO.ANYANDALLPKR. SONS who may claim an interest in defendant CURRENCY. NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that on the 16th dav of August, 2000, the City of Henderson and the Henderson Police Department commenced a forfeiture action pursuant to NRS 453J01 in Case No. A423058, Department Number I, In the Eighth Judicial District Court of the State of Nevada. This action involved One (11 I^rcin J80 Caliber Pistol containing a fkiU magazine. SN 299044 and One(l)JW magaiinc, which were seized from Jesus Alvaradoonjune 25.2000. You must serve your Answer to the Complaint upon PlaintlfTs atlomey within twenty (20) days of the iermination of this publication. Your answer must set forth your response to the Complaint or the nature and existence of anv right, title, or interest claimed by you in the Defendant pistol and magazine. If you fail to answer within the Ume provided. Judgment by Default will be entered against you for tberdWdcmaMiedinthc ConHrialM. JUDGE GENE T. PORTER SHAUNA HUGHES CITY ATTORNEY h/ By: Lin T. Ng. EM|. Dcnty CMy Altoracy 243 Water Strctt HnMCTMSf NV 99vl5 H-Jaa. 2. 9, It, U Jt. LEGAL NOTICE IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON IN ANDFORTIfFC OUNTY OF .SNOHOMISH JUVENILE COURT SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION ( DEPENDENCY' THE STATE OF WASHINGTON TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN JEFFREY SCOTT LINDLEY, biological father of JOSHUA SCOTT LINDLEY,d.o.b.llrt)I/84. Dependency Pelitiun (MI-7005l<;-2 filed March I. 2000 (natural mother, CAROI.ANNLINDLEY). A Petition was filed with the abave court to adjudge ><>ur child to be dependent. The Petition begins a process which, if your child is found dependent, may result in a termination of your parentchild relationship. The immediate object of these proceedings is to determine dependency and temporary care, custody, supervision and physical placement of vour child. Preliminary hearing will be held on above case number at 9:30 a.m. on the 13th day uf March. 2001, before the court at the SnohomLsh County Juvenile Justice Center, 2801 lOth Street. Everett. Washington 98201. for the purpose of appointmeni of attorneys, the determination of any facts not in dispute and the hearing of pn>-lrial motions; and fact finding hearings (trials) will be held before the said court on the above cause numbers at 9:30 a.m. on the 29th day of March. 2001. THE ABOVE NAMED INDIVIDUALS ARE SUMMONED TO APPEAR at both of said hearings regarding your child. If you do not appear at the first (preliminary i hearing, the court may cancel the second hearing and take evidence and enter an order without further notice to you. You may be held responsible for the support of the child if the child is placed in oul-ofhomecare. At all stages of a proceeding in which a child b alleged to be dependent pursuant to RCW I3.34JU0 (2). the childt parent or guardian has the rifktlobc MHorkerby DM* I/I7/2MI PAM L. DANIELS acrk of Ibc Superior Cawt. /i/SMfteyJilBMlw DMtyOfrt H-JaiL23,M,Fck.,2Ml Legal Notice TO: LYNN DYKES 6700 E. RUSSELL RD. *I05 LAS VE(;AS. NV 89122 FROM: THE BOAT BARN. INC. 151 E. Sunset Road Henderson, Nevada 89m 5 You are hereby nulified that you are novt delinquent in the payment of rent due the undersigned Lessor in accordance with the Lease Agreement in which you are the Les.see of the individual storage area known £s K-11,151F}. Sunset Road, Henderson. Nev. and your tenancy of said unit Ls hereby terminated. \ ou are further notified that in accordance vtith Section 10 of said Lease Agreement, in order to satisfy the lien of the undersigned for the payment of the said rent, the undersigned at public sale to be held al K AM, FEBRUARY 13, 2001-TUE.SDAY al 151 E. Sunset Road, Henderson, Nevada villl sell all of your right, tide and interest in all personal property, goods, chatties and merchandise upon the premises and w ill apply the proceeds of the sale to the payment of the said rent and expense of sale, ^'ou may redeem the said property at any time prior to the sale by payment of the amount due. Ceriifled letter dated this DECEMBER 29, 2000. THE BOAT BARN, INC. Mary V. SwadelU l,essor H—Jan. 23, .Wand Feb. 6, 2001 NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS DBE GOAL FOR nSCAL YEAR 2001 The Nevada Department of Transportation's proposed DLsiidvantaged Business Enterprise goal for Federal Fiscal Year 2001 is five percent (5*1. The proposed goal and the rationale are available for inspection al the Nevada DeparimenI of Transportation, Contract Compliance Division, 1263 South Stewart Street, Carson 'city, NV 89712 and puMic comment will be accepted until February 16,2001 al the above referenced address. H—Januarv 16,18.23,25. 30. February 1,2001 BEFORE THE PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION OF NEVADA NOTICE OF TARIFF FIUNG A tariff fWi,deilpMted MDodw(Niiwl-10l5,bat pany ("Nevada Power"), to revise its Large General Service — Extra Large schedule to update the customer specific facilities charge for the existing customer referred to as "Circus Circus Properties/ E xcali bu r/ L uxor/ Mandalay Bay" based on modifications to the existing facilities. (Advice Letter No. 255). Nevada Power states that the current customer specific facilities charges of the Circus Circus Properties/Excalibur/ CITY CLERK Luxor/Mandalay Bay will H—January 30, 2IM)I be decreased from $166,400 to $159,600. This Urirrniing is filed pursuant to the Nevada Revised Statutes and the Nevada Administrative Code ("NAC") Chapters 703 and 704. For a more detailed description of the proposed tariff revision, the filing is on nie and available for public viewing at the offices of the Commission: 1150 East William Street, Carson Citv Nevada 89701 and 101 Convention Center Drive, Suite 250, Las Vegas, Nevada 89109. Interested and affected perstms may comment in writing and file appropriate protests anfl/or petitions for leave to intervene at either of the Commission's offices on or before Wednesday, February 21,2001. By the Commission, /s/ Crystal Jackson CRYSTAL JACKSON, Commission Secretarv Dated: Carson Clty.Nevada 1/25/01 (SEAL) H—January 30, 2001 formance to specifications, bidder'squalificationsand bid Judged to be in the best interest of the public, each factor being considered. THE CITY RESERVES THE RIGHT TO REJECTANYAND/ORALL BID.S. OR TO WAIVE ANY INFORMALITY OR IRRE(;ULARITIES. BY ORDER OF THE CITY COUNCIL, HENDERSON. NEVADA /s/ Monica Simmons MONICA SIMMONS. f.EGAL NOTICE INVITATION TO BID NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the City Council. City of Henderson, State of .Nevada, will receive sealed bids from qualiried vendors for the supplies or services indicated below, at the OFFICE OF THE CITY CLERK, 240 WATER STREET, HENDER.SON. NEVADA 89015, until the hour of 11 :(NI A.M. on the 12th day of February, 2IN) I, and said bids will be opened and publicly read at that time in the Conference Room, at the above address for: Bid No. 110-00*01: "Utility Bodies & Accessories" Which must conform to speciflcatio^i. which may be secured at the Purchasing Division, at the above address, prior to the date and time set for the bid opening. .All bids must be submitted in a sealed envelope plainly marked. BID NO. 1100001: UTILITY BODIES & ACCESSORIES with the name of the bidder in the upper left hand corner and accompanied by complete specificatiuns for the items offered, marked and delivered to the ATTENTION OF THE CITY CLERK. AWARD will be made on the basis of the lowest responsive and responsible bidder, unit price, conformani'v to speciricalion.s, bidder'squalificationsand hid Judged to be in the best interest uf the public, each factor being considered. THE CITY RESERVF:S THE RKJHT TO REJECTANY AND/OR A4,L BIDS, OR TO WAIVE ANY INFORMALITY OR IRRE(iULARITIES. BY ORDER OF THE CITY COUNCIL, HENDF;RSON, NEVADA Is/ Monica M. Simmons MONICA SIMMONS, CITY CLERK H—Januarv M>, 2001 OFFK lAL NOTICE OF PU'BLIC HEARINfJ Redevelopment Plan for the Tuscany Hills Redevelopment Area NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that theCily Council of the City of Henderson, Nevada will hold a Public Hearing on February 20, 2(N)I, at the hour of 7:00 p.m., or sewn thereafter as practicable, in the City Council Chambers. 240 Water Street. Henderson, Nevada, toconsider the adoption and approval of a Redevelopment Plan for the Tuscany Hills Redevelopment Area, which area is described and shown as follows: A portion of .Sections 28, 29,32, and 33, Township 21 South, Range 63 FXst, .M.D.M., City of Henderson, Clark County, Nevada, more particularly described as follows: Beginning at the northeast corner of said Section 32; THENCE along the east line thereof. South 03"23'46" East, 2716.68 feet; THENCE departing said East line. North 88''42'18" East, 829.86 feet; THENCE .S<)uth O.V23'46 F;ast. 989.57 feel; THENCE North 8.r58'.'5" East. 484.74 feet; THENCE South 03'I7'24" East. 394.86 feel to the beginning of a non-tangent curve: THENCE along said curve, whose radius point bears South 33"55'48" East, concave .Southeasterly having a radius of 5200.00 feet, along said curve to the left through a central angle of 22^)'05". an arc length of 1996.77 feet toa point on the south line of said .Section 32; THENCE along said soulh line, Soffth 89"37*49" West, 211.11 feet: THENCE departing said south line. North 27"04'19" F^a.st, 442.84 feet lo the lieginning of a tangent curve. BEFORE THE PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION OF NEVADA NOTICE OF TARIFF FILING A tariff filing, designated as Docket No. 01-1014. has been filed with the Public Utilities Commission of Nevada ("Commission"), by Nevada Power Company ("NPC"). NPC requests Commission approval of the sixth adjustment to its Fuel and Purchased Power ("F & PP") Rider, Electric Service Tariff No. IB, to adjust energy charges in accordance with the F & PP adjustment mechanism. NPC a.s.serts that this filing is made in compliconcave Southwesterly having a radius of 426.IN) feet ance with the Stipulation along said curve lo the left through a central angle of and Agreement to Com77''45'06", an arc length of 578.09 IVvi; THENCE North 50"40'47 West, 138.28 feet to the beginning of nim-tangent curve; THF^NCE along said curve, whose radius point bears North 64 "07'.W" West, concave Northwesterly having a radius of 1910.00 feet, along said curve to the right through a central angle of 49"2r.VI", an arc length of 1645.40 feet to a point on the aforementioned south line of said Section 32; THENCE along said Miuth line. South 89"37'49" West, 1070.41 feet; THENCE .Siuth 884r22" Wi-st, 2691.01 feel to the southwest corner of said Section 32; tial customers. In support 1 HENCE departing said south line, along the west line of this filing. NPC has in"f said Section .32. North.1"25'l3" VVest.26.W.31 feet; THENCE North 01"14'15 West, 21134.54 feet to the northwest corner of said Section 32; rilENCE departing said west line.ulong the north line of said .Section 32. North 89"31 '28", East. 264.3.82 feet; THENCE Departing Said North Linc.North01"l6'l9" East. 1.M3.08 feet; THENCE North 89"12"20" East. 2246.23 feet; THENCE North 02"I2'I I' East. 595.81 feet; IHENCE North 89"04'09' East, 324.75 feet to the beginning of a non-langeni curve; pursuant to the Nevada THENCE along said curve, u^ose radius point hears Revised Statutes ("NR.S") South 64"20'42" F;ast, concave Soulheasteriy having a and the Nevada .Adminisradius of 1575.00 feel, along said curve to the right trativc Code Chapters 703 through a central angle of 08"(I6'07". an arc length uf and 704 and. in particular. 222.71 fi-et; THENCE .South 02'24'07" West. 109.44 feet; THENCE North 89'1)2'.V|' East. 1316.97 feet; THEN( E South 02"17'31" West, 20.M.(M feet; THENCE Sublicly read al that time n the Conference Room, at the above address for: BID NO. II 2-00*01: "Utility Turf Vehicles" which must conform to specifications which may be secured at the PurchasTUSCANV HIILS REDEVELOPMENT AREA i TfI DFSIGNATFS PncaeCTSITE THE SCOPE AND OBJECTIVES of the proposed Redevelopment Plan (Redevelopment Plan) for the Tuscany Hills Redevelopment Area (Redevelopment Area) are to establish the Redevelopment Area as described and shown above and lo eliminate blighting conditions in such area. The Redevelopment Plan outlines a general framework within which the City of Henderson Redevelopment Agency (Redevelopment Agency) may carry out projects or programs for the alleviation of blighting Cf(nditions in tlie Redevrlopment Area'and defines the powers and obligations of the Redevelopment Agencv in carrying out the Redevelopment Plan. It also contains information regarding pmposed redevplopmenl activities, land uses and development reqiriremenLs. aiyl the method of financing the Redevelopment Wart. The HedevebpmenI Plan will be the principal policy tool and document governing the redevelopment activities of the Redevelopment Agencv in implementing projects and programs over the life of the Redetelopment Plan (30 vears from adopli •• CRyClertiwTRleiiobJtcHaBlh M elawapproval thereof. DATED JoMMry 11,2001 and pblisbed January U. 200l,Ja—aiy 30.2001; February 06.2001; and Febfuary 13, 2MI • the Hcwienoa Hoe Newi aad LM VcBM Review JourMl. / • /SteyhMteOaki Car Moida M. SiMWMs. CNy Clerk H-Jaik23,J0,Feb.*.l3.200l livercd lo the ATTEN TION OF THE CITY CLERK. AWARD wB be Mdeoa the baaiionhcloireM rebidder, unli price, earnTuesday, January 30, 2001 He nderson Home Newo Page 11 RATES BOXED ADS $8.00 UPT03UNES (appnu. 23 dwactm per lin<| MtEA. ADDITIONAL UNE. (OM w fkt^f rak li Uil 4 • • 3lMiiiriB(p(r $3 W p c i. pir laia Unt ads s $3 X p int • up lo 3 hM-pMiMia. Cadi BM 3llnM. MiO ttJS **im t6.9S 'P.X 5nM $7.40 T.TS Hn I7i5 -MJO 7 MnM........ ttao IMS tim ...II.7S •tt.lO 9lnM.— M ttSi tOUnM t9.SS tlOJO •lUPomtimaiinmiitiiinmmt w&wwFUBacKaroKr tsaiCiiam KFmfitikftfmimiki CLASSIFIED Published Tuesdays, Thursdays NOW ACcemNG f^EASE READ YC)UR AD FOR ERR(3RS the first day it wears HB C Publications liK assumes rw responsibililyAniR THE R not for errors rut affecting ttie value of the ad. All claims for settlement adjustmenls must be made within 12 days alter e/piration of ad. Henderson Home News 564-1881 •435-7700 itour8:IUIandythruFiidayS-4 Boulder City News 293-2302 Hours: Monday thru Friday 8-5 DEADLINES Hontlofson Homo Nowt Tuesday's Issue 4:00 P.M. FRIDAY Henderson Home News • Boulder City News Thursday's Issue 12:00 NOON TUESDAY PREPAYMENTS: Yard. Garage, and Moving Sales require cash in advance. (Exception subscribers) Out-ol-lown and out-ot-state also require prapaymeni mmcEmwMXMs Bjr law. conpanln thai contract la locaUy ni yaur kaaxkaM (oodi aniU aM a ccrtmcalc ArtMi UK Nnada Public Sartlcc CoaiDiliilofi. Thll irqulrrmcflt en• urti that Ihe company carrict proper Infor. ancc. compiles with lovcrnmcnl lafcly itandanis and charges only approved rates. Nevada law abo re. quim ihcie "full ser. vke" movcn to print their PSC number on their trucks In their advertlflttg. For more in* fonaatlM.lllcrsCcan be reaches al4t-24M. Chapter (M of Nevada Revised .Slalutn makes It unlawful for any person 10 enRaxc In the bwslncas or act In thr capacity of a corn ractor wllbin this Suit wtlh. oul havlnc i Stair Contractor B License. All advcrtlslni by a l|. crnsed conlraclor shall include the license number. Should a question arlir regarding lirrnscd co. Iraclors, contact Ihe Nevada .Stale Board Of Coolractors, 4M-1IO0. on Ptolcssion.il I 100 Profossionnl I 100 Ptolossionnl I 100 Prolossionnl I 100 Prclossionnl I 40O Personals • 1100 Employment I 1100 Employment B 1100 Employment Services | Services | Services | Services | Services | | Opportunities I Opporlunilios • OpporlLinilies BLACK MOUNTAIN PLUMBING BOULDER CITY GREEN VALLEY 294-7713 Smcei977 HENDERSON 15330 019549 565-6749 QtM CONCRETE, INC. Lie #45126 PalioS'Dnveways Sidewalks ExperierKe means quality! FREE Eslinr\ales 566-7887 Lie. 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We are now recruiting for the following positions: Activities Therapy Technician II Certified Nursing Assistant Grounds Supervisor I Licensed Practice Nurse II • • Quality Assurance Specialist II Registered Nurse III Registered Nurse IV — Managers Registered Nurse IV MDS Coordinator Social Worker II Social Worker Supervisor I Therapeutic Recreation Specialist II — Activities Director For more information, contact Karen Howerton-Dodd (702) 486-5906, or submit State application to: Nevada Veterans' Nursing Home, 100 Veterans' Memorial Drive, Boulder City, NV, 89005 Equal Opportunity Employer 15082 Opporliinilies ATTENTION: GROWING COMPANY NEEDS HELP! Work From Home. $500/mo PT $4500/mo FT. Full Training Free Information www.lifesdestiny.com (920) 989-3856 Attention: We pay you $ to k3se up to 30 lbs in 30 days. 888-957-3906. ATTENTION: WORK FROM HOME $1,500 month p/t; $4,500$7,200 m Free booklet: 1-800-824-0874 www slrivetosucceed.com AVON, Looking for higher income? More flexible hours? Independence? AVON has what you're looking for. Let's talk. (888)561-2866. BLACK CANYON RAFT TOURS is now accepting applications for a young energetic maintenance person. 294-1238 CAREGIVER Ft/R nonmedical companions to assist elderly in their homes. 614-4782 Clean service needed for busy beauty salon. Ask for Kathy W. 9905300 |{All,i;iiA|ll'-\'s,s Climb aboard and start your career in the following positions; LEARN TO DEAL FREE! Dealers wanted, no experience necessary, we train. • Security Guards • Restaurant • Cashiers • Dishwashers • Houskeepers • Casino Porters • Buffet Runners • Food Servers • Bus Persons • Prep Cooks • Line Cooks • Cage Cashiers • Gift Shop Clerk(P/T). No experience necessary. We will train all positions. At the Railroad Pass we believe in promoting from within! Competitive wages and benefits. Equal opportunity employer. Pre-employment drug testing required. 2800 S. Boulder Hwy., Hendwson, NV 294-5000 The Hacienda Hotel & Casino Hwy 93 Near Hoover Dam Openings Now For All Positions Please Apply In Person at our personnel depailment 293-5000 Advertise in the NEWS Wa'ra looMrtg for liKllvkfiMia to onlsr our company-paid managamant training program. 90 daya of claearoom and haiKlaon training including aubfacta auch aa: — Managing Paopio ^~ Sarvioa Excall^nca — BanMng ft AudN ProcMlurM — Invantory Comroi — Aocidani Loaa PravanUon Our organization la on* of tl>a largaat Wandy'a f ra rw h l a aaa In tt>a nation wWh ovar 100 raatauranta In Laa Vagaa, 8t Antonio, IndlanapoHa and Saattia. OpportunWaa tor Int fJ.Tkc A Oilff iCaNForMoraMo: (702) 642-9011 axL 2121 People for BC Golf Cleaning Upscale Course. A. 10am to 5pm 6 days. B. Sunday/night & Monday/day Relief PT. Own car & experience. Great Pay & Atmosphere. 389-4753 Cleaning Sen/ice needs person to work PfT, Flexible hours, Fri & Sat off. Fast raises. Call 5654750 for interview. COIWIE HOIWIE TD FALLON WHERE WE CARE. Join our caring team at our 40 bed facility, Churchill Community Hospital. Please visit our web site www.churchillhospital.com. Great benefits and retirement plans: 401K, long term disability, life insurance coverage, education, relocation, and more. Registered Nurses in Emergency Department and Med/Surg, Must have a current NV RN license and CPR. BCLS/ACLS preferred. Send resume to Chljrchill Human Resources, 801 E. Williams Ave., Fallen, NV 89406, fax: 775-423-3793 or email khammer@bannerhealth.com, phone 1888-576-6577 for more information, EOE. Dental Asalttant Experience Req. Hours Mon-Thurs 8-5pm, salary DOE. Send or fax resume to: Boulder Family Dental, 453 Hotel Plaza. Boulder City, NV 89005. Fax: 294-1106 Doctors Office Looking for an Admin. Asst for a new office in GV We want a dependable person with good phone skills & a high energy personality. Computer skills & office background a plus. Must be flexible with hours. Please call Linda at 4500990 DRILLERS EARN TOP$$$. Drilling Company seeking experienced rotary drillers to operate TH75E and AP1000 drill rigs. Medical Benefits, 401K Positions will fill fast. (800) 584-6471. DRIVER FLATBED OWNER/OperatorsSave on Fuel Costs! Run less miles for more pay 11 Western states Home every week Expressway STS Call toll free at 1-888-705-8388Dean 1-888-705-8387 Jean DRIVER FLATBED SOUTHWEST Region 60" 460 hp trucks Average $875/week Guarantee $800/week Si .000 Sign-on $1,250 Bonus/Quarter S1.000 Safety Bonus/year Layover Pay Benefits Home every week Expressway STS Can ton free at 1-866-274-3695 Deanx216 Drtvar/Caahiar & Caahiar wamad, P/T. poaaMy F/r ariar itt of yaar. Mzona Looirout. 5640104 DRIVERS NEEDED OflarfuMbwwfiU&guaf an to ad home tima Veteran drivers start .32cpm for flattMd & .31cpm for van Call SIMITHWAY MOTOR XPRESS: 1-600-9788646 wwwamie.oom

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wmmmi Page 12 Henderson Home New Tuesday, January 30, 2001 1100 Employment I 1100 Employniont • 1100 Eniploymont Opporluditios I Opportunities I Opportunities COME WORK FOR US' Tn ft Jim TO PuM PovnoNt """"ft' Secretarial • Receptionist General Office Warehou se • P roduction • Construction /EASTRIDGETEMPS NiVyfH A Fff Tn Ai'.'i:! M'I; CALL 566-9662 DRIVERS! Join Davis Transport, American's Flatbed Leader, for 48 state runs. Good Pay and Good Miles. Class A CDL required. Call Monday Friday (800) 5483114. See us www.davistransport.com. DRIVERS: HIRING EXPD & INEXP'D DRIVERS! No experience Necessary! CDL Training Available For Just $175.00! Excellent Benefits, Consistent Miles, New Pay Package! Top of the Line Assigned Equipment, Job Stability.Tuition Reimbursement Up to $5,000 SWIFT TRANSPORTATION 1-800-800-6066 www.swifttrans.com. (eoe-m/f: min. 23yrs) (must remain FT emp. 24 mon. after date of hire). ELECTRICIAN, Tonopah mine. Minimal Supervision. Benefits. Send resume and salary requirements: Deborah Rodgers, Equatorial Tonopah Inc., P.O. Box 1569, Tonopah, NV 89409. Fax: 775-4823843. eqmna@therivercom. ENGINEERING DESIGN TECHNICIAN-GIS SALARY: 26.11/hour $22.91REQUIREMENTS: Graduation fromhigh school, or the equivalent, and three (3) years responsible experience performing computer assisted drafting and GIS applications, OR an equivalent combination of closely related training and experience. WHERE TO APPLY: City application form must be submitted to, and received by, the Human Resources Department, 85 Ocean Avenue, Henderson, Nevada 89015, no later than Monday, February 12, 2001, by 5:00 p.m., to be considered for this recruitment. NO APPLICATIONS WILL BE GIVEN OUT AFTER 4:00 PM. ON THE CLOSING DATE OF THIS RECRUITMENT. Employment packet MUST be obtained from the Human Resources Department: resumes only WILL NOT be accepted in lieu of employment application. NOTE: MAILING ADDRESS IS CITY OF HENDERSON, HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT, 240 WATER STREET, HENDERSON, NV 89015 HOUfiS OF OPERATIONS MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY 7 30AM TO 530 PM Experience Food Sen/ers. Please Apply Johnny Macs 842 S. Boulder Hwy General labor needed. Daily work, daily paid. Apply at Labor Express 35 E Lake Mead Dr. GRANTS PROGRAM COORDINATOR SALARY: $52,588 9669,154.49/year REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university in public or business administration, construction management or closely related flekjs and five (5) years of experience working with arants programs, two (2) of which were at a supervisory level OR an equivalent combination of closely related training and experience WHERE TO APPLY: City applicatk)n and supplemental > application must t>e submitted to, and received by. the Human Resources Department, 85 Ocean Avenue. Henderson, Nevada 89015, no later than Tuesday, February 20, 2001. by 5:00 pm.. to be considered for the recruitment. NO APPLICATIONS WILL BE GIVEN OUT AFTER 4:00 PM. ON THE CLOSING DATE OF THIS RECRUITMENT Employment packet MUST t>e obtained from the Human Resources Department, resumes only WILL NOT be ac cepled in keu of ernpjoyment application NOTE: MAMJNO ADDRESS IS CfTY OF HENDERSON. HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT, 240 WATER STREET, HENDERSON, NV N015 HELP WANTED Church Nursery Attendant PAID POSITION Likes babies and toddlers WofK 7:30-12:30 Sundays References required bondable FirsI Henderson United Mettwdist Church 906 E Horizon Drive Henderson. NV 89015 565-6049 c/o Joe Squire Help y\/anted, 7-11 Store, Full or part time, must be 21 yrs. Apply in person. 710 Center St. fID. HOME CARE AIDE FOR FAST GROWING EASTSIDE AGENCY. PT/FT. FLEXIBLE HOURS. MUST HAVE RELIABLE VEHICLE/NDL. GOOD WAGES. IMMEDIATE HIRE. 948-4848 Home Mailers Needed Earn $635 weekly mailing letters. Easy! Limited open positions. Call 1800-426-3252 Ext 5000 24Hrs HOUSECLEANING Neededhouse, cleaner, fluent English, PT starting at $7/hr for small inhome business. Must have reliable transportation Please call 563-0820 M-F 10-5 Housekeepers wanted for Super 8 Motel. Immediate start. Only Serious applicants need apply. 704 Nevada Hwy 2948888. IVENTORY CONTROL SUPERVISOR, Tonopah mine. Benefits. Send resume and salary requirements; Deborah Rodgers, Equatorial Tonopah Inc., P.O. Box 1569, Tonopah, NV 89409. Fax: 775-4823843. eqmna@therivercom. O TEXACO O XPRESS LUBE IS NOW HIRING FULL TIME LUBE TECH'S Automotive experience preferred but will train. Musi have valid Driver's license Contact Terry or Ken O 565-0522 O Jewish Pre-school Teacher/Aid. Full/part time, salary based on experience. Call Lois 733.-6292 La Bistro Cafe wanted exp waitress 21 yrs of age. 20-30/hrs a week. Call 293-7070 Ask for Kevin Layers Salon & Day Spa seeking Hair Dresser Great work Atmosphere! Great People! Call 5685474 Ask Ashley. Motel Maid, PT, No exp. nee. Apply in person Nevada Inn Motel, 1009 NV Hwy, BC Need a change of pace? Join our team of Caregivers in relaxed atmosphere of small Alzheimer group home. Own transportation necessary. Serious Applicants Only. 565-8144 Now hihng exp. a.m. cook Apply in person. Bob's All FamHy Restaurant 761 Nev. Hwy BC Now Hiring. Exp. Night Time Food Server A DIsKwasher. Evan's Old Town QrtI11129 Arizona St., Boulder City PAHRUMP, NV120Bed SNF accepting appllcatkjns for Assistant Director of Nursing (RN). Resident Assessment (RN or LPN) PT Social Worker (New Licensed Grad welcome). Marketing/Nurse Liaison (LPN). Staff Development Director (RN or LPN). Contact Mountain Valley Health & Rehab, 775751-6600 Fax 775-7516644 or mvhr(9wizardcom Secretary for Electronics Manufacturing Firm. Needs experisnced Mcretary w/Peachtree skills BC 293-4670 CRAFTERS WANTED For Indoor Craft Show Call MItzi @ 658-3650 Stay at Home. $60, $80, even $120 iter fwur No experience needed Will tralnl FREE recorded info 24 hours Call 800745-3029 toS8000?> exoenence needed Will tralnl Free recorded info 24 iKXirs Can 988-264. Advertise in the NEWS Don't Drink and Driv 1300 Financial Services 1300 Financial Services Tallorlng/Altaratlons Experienced Tailor needed for professional Dry Cleaner. Must be reliable and produce quality work. Anthem Location Immediate Opening's. Call 604-8006 The Nevada Veteran's Home located in Boulder City is currently recruiting Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapy Assistants and Occupational Therapy Assistants. These positions will be on contract with the State of Nevada and will be responsible for providing therapy for the 180 bed nursing home. Familiarity with the MDS assessment is essential. Please submit resumes to 100 Veterans' Memorial Drive, Boulder City, NV 89005 or call 4865906 with any questions. TLC HEALTH CARE SERVICES, INC. Positions available immediately in the Henderson and Las Vegas area for Personal Care Assistants. We are a Home Health Care Agency Training provided. Full and part time positions available. Active seniors welcome. Reliable transportation. Please call 382-8335 or apply in person at 4535 W. Sahara Ave., Suite 209. TRUCK DRIVER/HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR. Eagle-Picher Minerals, Inc., world leader in Diatomaceous Earth mining in,dustry, is seeking personnel. CDL required. Phone: (775) 824-7591. Fax: (775) 824-7595 Wanted 5 Security Guards immediate hire to work Henderson areas call 435-0155 Wanted Hair Stylist & Manicurist for an up scale GV salon. Rental or commission. Ask for Kathy W.990-5300 WE offer up to an $8000 bonus for a part-time job. Call the Nevada Army Guard at 435-7228 in Las Vegas; 826-8632 in Reno; 738-4085 in EIko; or toll-free: 1-800GO-GUARD to find out how. NEVADA FINANCIAL HENDERSON'S LOCAL MORTGAGE CO. 567-1412 WE PAY CASH for the remaining payments on Trust Deeds! Mortgages! Annuities! Lotteries! 'Nobody Beats our Pricing!" 800-490-0731, ext. 710 www.nationalcontractbuyers.com Let the Classifieds work for you 1400 Commercial • 1400 Commercial Rental I Rental FOR LEASE COMMERCIAL OFFICE OR RETAIL On Boulder Hwy. Excellent Location & Exposure 1500 sq ft. New Carpet/Paint Avail now $1285 Per Month 294-0607 Don't Drink and Drive 1600 House Rentals BC RETAIiyOFFICE 1,050 to 1,250 S.F on Nevada Hwy. Neal SIniakin/Broker 294-1444 BC Retail Space 1350 sq, ft. 2 signs includ 45 days Free Rent Vi T450/mo. 1000 Nevada Hwy Suite 102 & 103 294-6212 Building 1400 sq. ft., •office or Retail, 7000 ft parking or storage. 1108 Nevada Hwy Call Days 294-1155. 1130 11 1190 11 1320(1 2380 It 4000 II Ninv buildinqs Call 480-5888 Office for Rent, 2130 S. Boulder Hwy Call 5659712 Work from Home $500$5000 FT/PT Full Training Provided. Call 503590-6142. or contact www.wediditucan2.com WORK FROM HOME. EARN $500$1500 P/T $2,500 $5,000 FfT PER MONTH. 1-800-7134166 1200 Business Opportunities A-f M & f^ fyiARS/NESTLE. ESTABLISHED VENDING ROUTE. Will sell by 2/12/01. Under $9K Minimurh Investment Required. Excellent Monthly Profit Potential. Finance Available/Good Credit. 1-800637-7444. ABSOLUTE GOLD MINE! Nothing down Established York Mints routes w/22 locations. EZ 6-8 hrs/wk. No Selling. Net $52K yearly Minimum Investment $4,de0. Toll Free 866250-2610 ATTENTION: Growing Co. Needs Help Work Form Home $450$5,000 PT/FT Month Free Booklet: 412-886-1102 www embraceyourfulure com Professional Office Space torrent • Prime Boulder City Location 500 sq ft 294-0225 Store Front For Rent, BC, eOO sq ft, $40O/mo -fdep. 294-1213 1500 Commercial Sales FOR SALE NEW 6000 27,000 SO FT OFFICE/WAREHOUSE BUILDINGS. GREAT INVESTMENT POTENTIAL. GREAT HENDERSON LOCATION NEAR 1-515 AND SUNSET CALL FOR DETAILS: CORBY OR DENYSE SMITH. 499-4662, 5211852 CENTURY T[ JR REALTY 564-5142 FOR SALE: BC Retail Center 8,177 Sq. Ft. on Nevada Hwy. Owner will Finance. Neal Siniakin/Broker 294-1444 Spacious newer 3bd. 1ba. 3 car, near park & school, clean, vacant $1100/mo 565-1120 Windmill & 215 Area/3 Bed/2 Bath/great open floor plan/ready for immediate move in/$1200 mo/Susan @ Century 21 JR Realty/564-5142 GIFT SHOP for Sale. $30,000. Stocked -f extra. Esp. 3 1/2 years. Good Lease "UNIQUE BAROAINS" 434-6133 1600 House Rf-ntals ForAU Your CUuAfied Needd, Call 433-7700 GOT WRINKLES??? All New State of the Art, Non-Surgical "Instant Face Lift*. Call for Free Consultation Today 1888-568-5265. NOTICE TO READERS: The HBC Publications does not vouch for the legitimacy of items, jobs, or money-making opportunities advertised in this classificaiton We suggest you carefully evaluate such offers and not send nnoney to these advertisers unless you are certain you know with whom you are dealing and you know all terms and conditions of the offHOMES FOR RENT IN BOULDER CITY Home 3 Bedrs. 2 bath. 2 car garage, pool $1200 + $1200 Pool& yard Service included 2 Condos one upstairs one downstairs 2 Bedrs 2 iMth $700 $675 Duplex lor rent 2 units 2 Bedrs 1 t>atf\/1 1/2 bath $750 & $650 CALL BC ADOBE REALTY 293-1707 PRIME PROPERTIESUNBEATABLE RENTS so. VI.Y RNCH 4+2+2 1900+SQFr ALL APPLIANCES $1350 SUN cm' 2+2+2 HOME WITH APPLIANCES $950 GR VLV RNCH ^+4*2 + GARDNER $2000 MFALTV l>KOF>ERTV IMOnMT. 560-0300 SO DOWN HOMES Gov't & Bank Foreclosures* Low or no Sdown! OK Credit! For listings Now! (800) 5011777 exi 3399 2 bd. Iba 218 South Texas no pets 565-9579 2t>a, Iba. laundry room, storage unit. fully fenced. No Pets. $750 + util & dep 565-8296 CIMmd Work! 1700 Mobile Homes 1700 Mobile Homes 2400 Real Estate • 2400 Real Estate N i^aa^ MOBILE HOME SALES rw^ 1210 N. Boulder Hwy. I Henderson, NV. T T Serving Southern ^^ Nevada since 1988 565-3555 4 Bed/2 Bath/Huge home in Henderson/3 Fireplaces/Great open floor plan/Owner motivated! Asking $116,900. Call today to see. Susan @ Century 21 JR Realty/564-S142 HEMDERSOM PQ^ BEST FAMII.Y PARK SL 3 bedroom, dbl-wlde $S8S/mo?^Lp 2 bedroom, single-wide $S3S/mo. ^ "Free Home Warranty" incl. space, vacant, ready to move in now! CAC Co-Op. 525-2494, Dale. AGENTS: BUYERS Interest rates are lower. Now is the time to refinance your home or purchase one. Call Today 236-779T or 985-2222 ZERO DOWN FOR LAND/HOME 520-767-4899 Must assume loan 31x1, 1 ba, 2 add ons, needs work. Call 558-2064 ABANDONED HOME 520-767-4899 2100 Apartment Rentals 2100 Apartment Rentals 3-3BDRM 2BTnREP0HOMES SAMEIHOUSAMS SaD-7674200 Rent to .Own, Ibd, 40' Filth Wtieel.^ Boulder City Trailer'Park. Call Marcus 303-4516 ONE MONTH FREE Terracina Apts in Henderson 1, 2, & 3 bedroom apartments pool, basketball, playgrounds. Zoned for Newton, Burkholder, Foothills. Income limits apply. Visit 510 College Drive or call 5B5-05OB 14991 On Golf Course, Black Mountain Golf Course, 3bd, + den Home w/pool on Ig lot Only $239,000 Call Cary at Rfed Mountain Realty Inc. 2935599 3t)d; Iba, just re-dqne inside & out Ige. corner lot near downtown, vacant $825/mo 565-1120 4bd, 2ba, Corner Lot next to 11 Acre Park. Fenced Backyard, Open & Covered Patios $1100 per month. 558-0433 Brand New Condo in Henderson/2 bed/2 bath/great floor plan/only $850 mo/Susan @ Century 21 JR Realty/5645142 CHARMING BC HOME 2 Bd. in Historic District, 1.400 Sq. Ft.. Garage. Central /VC Excellent, orig.. condition. Owner/Broker $925/mo 2941444 Duplex Ibd/lba. Downtown Hend No pets, $475 incl water & garbage + • elec & dep Avail Feb 3. 565-8296 Dupjex Downtown HD, 2bd, Iba, w/frpi, w/d hookups. 566-7670 HD 4bd. 3ba. $1100 + dep. Comm pool 4359123 Henderson: 3 bed/2 Bath/freshly painted and refurbished/ready to move in! / $850/ Gorgeous like new home in HendersQn/4 Bed/2 Bath/Great open floor plan with living, dining. & family room/No pets/$1300 mo. 3 Bed/ 2 Bath in Henderson/ Just like new!/ Will consider short term lease/Will also consider leasing fully furnished/No pets/$120 mo/Susan @ Century 21 JR Realty/564-5142 1800 Condo Sales BC 2bd, private yard, patio, frpi, 1 1/2 ba, approx.1200 sq ft., 4806015 BC Condo Spanish Steps Capri, 2bd, 2ba, frpI, allappl., Istfl., 1 car storage unit, covered & RV parking. $99,500. 294-8444 HERITAGE POINTE APARTMENTS 2bd, 2ba Luxury Apartments with garage starting at $725 2bd,1 1/2 ba Townhomes with 2 car garage starting at$815 Call for details 702565-1676 Spanish Steps Condo, 2bd, 2ba, fully furnished, vaulted ceilings, wood blinds, all appl. $96,500 Call 293-2884 1900 Condo Rentals BC Ibd Duplex, Nice & -Cute & Spacious. $550 or $625 w/util. 293-0008. BC 2bd Apt. Near downtown parks & schools. $525/mo. 293-4097 BC 2bd, Iba, 4 unit complex. Newly remodeled, very clean, ref. & stove. $575/mo + .$200 dep. OAC 293-6595 BC 2bd, Iba, unfurn Apt., upstairs, all elec, central air & heat, dishwasher, extra storage room, coin laundry, off street pkg. No pool. No pets. Great for 1 or 2 mature adults. Local Owner Operated. $550/mo. + $400 dep 293-3324 BC 3bd Duplex $575/mo. Near downtown parks & schools. 293-4097 Clean Ibd & 3bd Apt 1633 Palm St. 1 bik. from Skyline Casino. No Pets. 435-1943 1900 Condo Rentals FOR RENT CONDO LAS VEGAS Near Paradise Road,Close to Strip and Convention Center. Quaint, Quiet and Convenientll Two bedroom, living room, kitchen/dining, bath, new appliances. Pool, spa, clubhouse, laundry, covered parking, waterfall, lush landscaping. Privacy, 2nd floor, corner unit, no neighbors on one side or upstairs. $575 No pets 605 Royal Crest Circle, #24. (Paradise Road, turn on Elm Drive behind Budget Suites, left on Palo Verde, right on Royal Crest.) Call 255-3678 to see. 2bd Condo-new carpet & paint, pool, all appl. including W&D, end unit. $665 293-4097 BC 1160sf 2bd/2ba 3pkg, pool, spa. $815/mo. Call George @ 497-2345 BC CONDO-2bd/2ba, close to schools, very clean, fireplace 2940605 or 293-4384 HD Loft Condo Ibd, 1 1/2 ba, S575/mo + dep No Pets. 378-4261 2000 Room Rentals NEVADA INN. "A Friendly Place To Stay". Budget cottages to deluxe suites, beautiful pool & whirlpool, parkinq for boats and RV's Call 702-293-2044 for rates and reservations Our suites are three room apartment size, with kitchen Starview Motel BC Kitchenettes and rooms by day or week, phones, maid service, Rates 293-1658 2100 Apartment Rentals Kitchenettes Fully furnistied w/cable, in Boulder City 293-4445 Classifieds Work! 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 $450 & up per month, newly remodeled, spacious near schools, park & shopping. 565-7028 ItK) Apt for rent furnished Utilities incl $5O0/nfV3 568-1464 Apt for rent. 2bd 1t>a. $56C/mo 459-0787 Let the Classifieds work for you 2400 Real Estate RENTERS Stop Paying Your Landlord's Mortgage. Free report reveals How Ea-sy it is to Buy Your Own Home. Free recorded message. I-888-491-7I39 ID #2001 AmiTlcor Realty 15076 FOR ALL YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDS... Call Henderson's #1 Real Estate Team • BRENDA BIRDFAIRLESSGRI. CRS Lifetime Henderson Resident 564-1127 WENDYWILLIAMS 378-1689 Dr*L% JR Realty Ovpr SLW Million in Sales .^5 years combined Real Estate pxpericncc! DOUBLE CENTURION TEAM 1795 FINAL MODEL HOMEI! 2468 s.f. 2-8tory model In 24 hr. gated comm. w/ park. 3 bdr, 2 1/2 baths, 3 car garage. Landscaped. Laundry upstairs, island kit. Hurry! Reduced to $189,990. Call Sandy or Carol at 564-4258 FRIENDLY. PROFESSIONAL REAL ESTATE SERVICE Hrr N>ke Itawtr Callf' Stop by to say "HIV 8, pick up a FREE 2001 calendar! For information on real estate ttiroughout ttie valley, visit us at our web-site: www.knapprealtynv.cam or call and speak to one of our knowledgeable, experienced agents at Knapp Realty—566-8185 827 So. Bouldar Hwy.. H*ndrson, NV 89015 Out of town? v^ Call loll-(r; 1-877-566-8696 .j^^>^ E-mml: knapp827daol com xc^'j^^r' 2100 Apartment Rentals FOR RENT: Kitchenettes, $85/wk. Utilities pd. Shady Rest Motel, 565-7688 eDERSON VALLEY REALTY 568-5558 109 S. WATER ST. HENDERSON VULlEYWOtD FOR 20 YEARS O^PONtUMITT Tina Williams, Greg Cole Ann McDonald, Mark Crunk, Richard Millick, Laura Dodd, Peggy Cole Looking for peace and quiet? Story Book Apts. has studio style apts with stiared bathroom available. Located in Old Town Boulder City close to everything. Starting at $300 per mo. Call Tom at 294-0495 or Rich at 293-2767 Now Renting Casa Blanca Prop. Studio Apt $405/mo. -f deps. No Pets. 564-1023 Studio Apt.. East Basic Rd. $300/mo. -f dep. No Pets. Call Al at Jensen's Realty 564-3333 NOTICE MR GREEN VALLEY, INC. has moved 2 PRVDEISTIAL AMERICANA $1,000 FREE 2U at C.O.E.* Ron Faulkner 523'3323 $$$SAVETHIS$$$ U663 HIRE the BEST IT COSTS Che SAME as REST! MR GREEN VALLEY, INC. PRUDEPiTIAL AMERICANA $l,0O0 FREE 2U at C.O.E.* Ron Faulkner 523-3323 $$fSAVETHIS$$$ 14664 Why Just List Your Home? Market it to Millions Daily www.cityofhendersonhomes.com Corbett & Denyse Smith Century 21 JR Realty (702)499-4662 "PICTURE PERFECT" Great Curb Appeal, open floor plan. 2 tx). 2 ba. large family room w/fireplace. large fenced back yard w/Spa and Gazebo, almost new appliances stay Ceramic tile. Ceiling fans thru-out, large walk-in. only $125,000 CaN Elaine 592-2046 for appl Lake Mead Area Realty CANCELLED SUBDIVISION REPOSSESSED PREFABS"" Manufacturers Liquidation 8 brarxl new, factory preinsutaled home packages Lifetime warranty. SiiperkK construction Your land/tloorpian Local references: 1-800-8746032. Must Se1*i FORECLOSED GOVT HOMES' SO or Low down' Tax repos and banknjplcies HUD. VA, FHA Low or no down! OK. Credit. For lialings. (800) 501-1777 ext 3399 Tuesday, January 30, 2001 Henderson Home News Page 13 2)00 Ro.ll Estate • 2400 Real Est.ito I 2 100 Rp.il Est.nle I 2.100 RonI Est.ilo I ?.)00 RonI Estate OntDiv^ tVIonoyBOULDER CITY HOMES •1624 Broadmoor cir. 3188 sq. ft.. 4brd 4-1/2 baths+bonus rm*3 car gu^e* 30x45 R/V parking /hook00. • 1709 St^Ajidrews CL23635qrt3bednn'2-l/ 2 baths • soox 128 culdesac lot w/stunning golf course frontage! Gazebo w/spa •CirdebackdriveforRV/ boat • nuinlenance free desert landscape. Lots of ceramic tile Ihniout Bay windows • 3 car garage • Really sharp like new home! $329,000. •1321 Gloria Lane: New carpel, freshly painted, more! inMpn bdr, 2 baths, seller very motivated to l>e vacant soon! $145^. •606 Paloma: 4 bdr. 2 baths, 1876 sq fL, 2 car garagt/Aeives, full mature Undscaping. Pool/spa and room for R/V. In sharp perfect condition, real clean and nice!! Motivated! $223,000 •938 Vista Lago: Adobe style custom beauty! 3700 sq. fl., 3 bdr/2 baths, 3 car garage, 100x120 comerk>t, great Lake Mead views! Many upgrades and custom features a real must see! $489,900. •Vacant Land: 1413 Puebh). .620 acres build your dream home w/mL Views! $100,000, will consider all offers, very motivated!! •110 Laguna. Full Lake Mead view! 2076 $q.n., 3 bdr. w/baths. Marble fkwrs, cherry wood cabinets. 12x20 loft w/balcony, many upgrades and custom features!! Motivated, amustsee!!$3l94M)0. •528 KatI Place: The best boy nearthe Lake!!! Stunning Lake Mead views forever!3108sq.n.,Sbdrs/ 3 baths, 3 car garage, 100x110 k>(! $365,000!! BOULDER CITY CONDOS •146 Lake ML Dr.: The condo lUat has everything your heart desires!!2680n 3 Brd 4 bath, oversize 2 car gar. Ions of upgrades, great lake & ml. views & more! $364,900. 700 Capri 23B: Ground level, 1158 sq. n., 2 bd., 2 bath, gas rm. flrepl., and more! $95,500 105 Topsail Dr. 1285sqfl. 2largel>edrms/2balhsgas flrepl, spacious floorplan* like new! 2 car garage low price! $127,900. • 105 Harbor view: 1285 sqlL 2 large bed rm/2 baths great floorplan • 2 car garage. Low price $127,900 Las Vecas Homes A Condos • 5710 E. Tropicana Canyon WiUow Cpndos • Only 1 year old!! Immaculate! I029sq.lt 2bdr 2full baths upgraded appliances • new security door much more! $94,500 •52U Jewel Canyon Dr.: 1088 9q.lt 2 bd., 2 baths, 2 car garage. Private loL Many upgrades, only 2 years oU! Gated community w/pool 'Very ma(Mnllo9eil!!$l(K,0Qa Handanofi Homes A Condos • 453 Barrett: 3bdr, 2 baths, IXVLVCK' • '* lacbcddlQM/carpel/ vinyl to be sold'as-b $92,000. • 2251 Wigwam pkwy: Legacy Condo-1028 sq. fL • 2 large bedrms w/l>albs • new carpet/vinyl New A/C • fireplace • 1 car prage balcony really nice!$97J00. Sandra Deubler Have a top producer in your'corner! '96-2000 Centurion Agent 271-3277 ToU Fret x-m-m-tMi mcisaiid9Ml.coDi *| GnluK Pinn ne.-il Est.ite • ?inn Real Estate JR Realty HELP WITH CLOSING COSTS! Roomy 2 bd, 1.75 ba, 1 car attachetj garage, large fenced rear yard, central cool/heat, built in 1979, covered patio & more for just $99,900. OPPORTUNITY IS KNOCKING! Former model home, open great room w/FP, 3 bd, 2 ba, country kitchen w/breakfast bar. Laundry room, 2 car garage, plenty of closet space. $124,900. HIGH ON THE HILL! Lovely 3 bd custom w/amazing view of the valley sits on 3/4 acre. Fireplace, Jennair Stove & microwave, covered patio & hot tub. Zoned for horses. $249,000. WELCOME HOME! Terrific 3 bd, 3 ba Henderson home w/huge balcony Large step-down family rm w/FP. Wired for surround s"bund & plumbed or wet bar. Corner lot. $144.950. Sf, Single story w/pool & spa. 3 bd, 2 ba, master w/retreat, 3 way F{, 3 car garage, dbl RV gates. Spotless, highly upgraded, just listed & priced to sell $199,500. Free 2001 Calendars Stop by for your free copy! We have current information on HUD, VA & FNMA Repossessions Knowledge, Experience, Service 564-6546 101 E. Horizon Dr. C21JRReal@aolxom www.Century21JRRealtyxom m MLS. 21iR( C I9W Crniur> 21 Real Eistaie Corpontton S' and tradenurk and sfnKemartt nf Oniury 21 Real Estate Corporaiion hjth office i<> independmily ov^ned and uperaied Equla Housing Opponunity Let the Classifieds work for you MoneyWorld 564-2515 "Your Henderson Home Connection" Great Buyl If your kjoking for your very first home then this one is for youil 3 bedroom, 1 3/4 bath with 2 car garage near a lovely park and so much more. Call now for appt. 812A0 Shows like a Model True Pride of ownership in this 2+ Bedroom, 2 Bath home + Den. Upgrades galore, Tile and Berber, Kitchen Island, Ceiling Fans, Hot H20 loop and softener, Gorgeous Mtn. Bacl^drop. A Must See! Immaculate Do Not Wait, Call Now For Appt/ 2203KM Sunrise Mountain Beautyl Decorated in warm earthtones. 3 Bedroom, 2 1/2 Baths, Formal living room, extra large family room with a beautiful raised hearth fireplace. The yard is an outdoor lovers dream! Spa, RV Parking & so much more! A Must See, call today for appt 1741L Greenway Gardens 3 Bedroom, 1 3/4 bath. New kitchen cabinets, Solar screen all around. Covered patio w/security lights. Fenced front yard, Big back yard w/above grnd. pool and spa. Alsd RV Parking. And the list goes on. Call for appt. 38708 Darling Homeilll i':-h:^'.^ v V / > 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath, Extremely well kept manufactured home. Large beautifully landscaped yards and a one car Garage/workshop. i Don't miss out Call today .'' v 222PL "Green Valley Condo" Must See this immaculate condo w/2 garage, home Is spotless inside and out. 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath, stove and refrigerator included. Ceiling fans, surround'sound in living room. Entertainment nook, and so much morel Ground level unit with an enclosed patio Call now to preview 1851H m MLS. ^ EQUAL HOUSING OPraimiNIIY Oniuo^ 14867 Boulder Dam Realty, Irtc. 1664 Nevada Hwy. Boulder City, Nevada 89005 293-4663 HIGHLY UPGRADED 2 BD 2 BA CONDO. 2 CAR GARAGE, MOUNTAIN VIEW #149,900 RARE3 BDRM "VILLA aORENCE," PRIVATE YARD, 2 CAR GARAGE. IMMACULATE 1229,500 NEW CARPET, PAINT, HUGE CUUDE-SAC LOT. 3 BDRM., 2 BA. INDOOR SPA RV PKING $104,999 OVER 2800 SF 4 BDRM., 2 BA., 2 CAR GARAGE, HUGE LOT, 'MOTHER-IN-LAW'/GAME RM. $ 175,000 GREAT INVESTOR/STARTER. 3 BDRM., 1 BA. IN HENDERSON TOWNSITE. EXCELLENT VALUE $85,000 ALMOST 1900 SF 3 BDRM.DEN ON LARGE LOT IN THE HEART OF HENDERSON. GOOD COND. $110,000 WELL MAINTAINED 3 BDRM., 2 1/2 BA., 2 CAR GARAGE "TOUCAN TRAILS." SEPARATE MASTER $199,500 EXCELLENT HOME IN EXCELLENT CONDmON! 4 BD., 2 1/2 BA, 3 CAR GARAGE. Aa REMODELED $217,000 2000 SF4 BDRM., 2 1/2 BA, 2CAR GARAGE. HORSE :ONED. NUMEROUS CUSTOM FEATURES. LV. $'^,000 NEARVCCARRAN AIRPORT. 4 BDRM., 3 BA., 3000 SF. MASTER PLAN TO BECOME COMM/IND $285,001 EXQUISrre 4^DRM., 2 BA GOLF COURSE HOME W/4 CAR GARAGE. 90' PATIO, POOL/SPA. PUTTING GREEN $425,000 JUST REDUCED! 3 BDRM., 2 1/2 BA, 4 CARGARAGE. ON 2 LOTS OVERLOOKING LAKE MEAD. $699,900 MAGNinCENTCUSTOM. 3 BDRM., 3 1/2 BA, DEN W/BUILT IN OFnCE, OPEN PLAN, POOL/WATERFALL MUCH MORE' VACANT LAND IN HENDERSON TOWNSITE IN THE REDEVELOPMENT AREA. MAY BE ABLE TO BUILD DUPLEX. $34,950 EMD Ofloe H iipBiih u ay Ownarf O^araM •.flwH: C31BCNVaol.COm 1-800-228-8358 DISTRESS SALE Bank Foreclosures. Free list of Foreclosure Properties from $120,000 & upFree recorded message 1-888-491-7139 ID #2017 Amarlcor Rtalty 14756 YOUR HOME SOLO IN 60 DAYS OR I'LL PAY YOU $1000Call Cathy Binenoer Team 990-8200 'Must sign SJOOO agreemenl at listing appointmeni Let the Classifieds worl PROBATE ESTATE SALE Newer 3+2 otie stor> home, cerainic tile coutiiers & entry. Large great room w/flreplacc & slider to huge covered patio. Ceiling fans, storage shed & cabinets in garage. All this and only $ 141,500. JUST REDUCED SEVERAL THOUSANDS Owner uill pay 3% buyers closing costs & $1500 towards new carpel Bring your paint brush and save $$$$$$. 3+2+sparkling clean pool + a large lot $I29.9(M) The "Just call JUDr Team 702-568-6300 1-800-852-1726 www://cissetreQlty.com HnwTo.StllVMirHoiiM WUhnut An Ant Fiee report reveals" 10 Inside Tips" to selling your house by yourself. Free recorded message 1-888-491-7139 ID #2017 Americor Really Great home in trie Racetrack/Newport area/3 Bed/2 Bath/3 Car Garage/Large kitchen/great room/Si 58,000. Call Susan @ Century 21 JR Realty today to see! 564-5142. Advertise in the N EWS AFFORDABLEFree computerized hot list of properties reveals 10 best buys in your specific price range. Free recorded message. 1-888-491-7139 ID#2040 Americor Realty 15077 HENDERSONS BEST KEPT' SECRET JUST GOT BETTER. For $750 you can buy up to $131,100. Any House, Condo or Townhouse in Henderson/Green Valley. Some restrictk)ns. Call for info and appointment. DVP 2629423. "HOMEBUYERS' TIRED OF BANKS SAYING...NO. Unique Owner-Builder program alk}ws you to act as the Contractor. No Payments while you build for better cash-flow. You control your homebullding project, you pay the contractors. Household incom^ must exceed $40K. Must have a desire to build a new home. Call today to speak with a New Home Consultant 888-850-8226. 2700 Vehicles 1983 Toyota Supra, Very good cond., runs great, new paint, $3000. 2933020 1987 Buick Regal. New radiator & battety. Call after 5pm $600. 5671451 1990 Ford F250, 3/4 ton, am/fm cassette, auto w/new air compressor, 32,000 mi. on new engine, runs great, dependable work truck. $4300 O.B.O will negotiate. 564-5050 1992Chevy S10, 6cyl., auto w/cold air, am/fm, 74,000 original miles, extended cab, $4100 O.B.O will negotiate. 564-5050. "TJe Toyota Cami7-4dr, auto, excellent in & out, N/S, new tires. $1650 612-9515 88 Ford Taurus Wagonone owner, immaculate, 63k org mi, must see & drive. $2900 612-9515 91 Ford Explorer, power options, new tires, $6950 O.B.O. 432-6500 93 S-10 Pick-up, 29,000 actual miles, white w/gray interior, excellent cond. $5,400 O.B.O. 565-4978 94 GMC Yukon, 4 wheel drive sport utility, great cond. fully loaded, orig. owner 100,000 miles. Asking $10,900. 3616836 95 Chevy SlO Blazer 4X4 2 dr, teal, tow pkg, tahoe pkg, 101K Hwy mi., nice. $10,895 O.B.O. 2942704 97 Buick Century Limited, maroon, power everything, excell. cond. extended waerranty, 44Kmiles, $10,900 O.B.O. Call 498-8286 99 Chevy Tahoe wAoe pkg.-V-8 vortex motor, rear air, 4 wheel drive, 49,000 mi., has many extras $26,000 293-1115^ evening 293-5264 2720 Motorcycles 2000 Yamaha Warrior, Electric start, excel cond. like new, must see. $4000. 558-6152 Don't Drintt and Drive Let the Classifieds work for you t f HENDERSON For a\\ your classified & advertising needs CALL 435-7700 ... ..^

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wmmmi Page 12 Henderson Home New Tuesday, January 30, 2001 1100 Employment I 1100 Employniont • 1100 Eniploymont Opporluditios I Opportunities I Opportunities COME WORK FOR US' Tn ft Jim TO PuM PovnoNt """"ft' Secretarial • Receptionist General Office Warehou se • P roduction • Construction /EASTRIDGETEMPS NiVyfH A Fff Tn Ai'.'i:! M'I; CALL 566-9662 DRIVERS! Join Davis Transport, American's Flatbed Leader, for 48 state runs. Good Pay and Good Miles. Class A CDL required. Call Monday Friday (800) 5483114. See us www.davistransport.com. DRIVERS: HIRING EXPD & INEXP'D DRIVERS! No experience Necessary! CDL Training Available For Just $175.00! Excellent Benefits, Consistent Miles, New Pay Package! Top of the Line Assigned Equipment, Job Stability.Tuition Reimbursement Up to $5,000 SWIFT TRANSPORTATION 1-800-800-6066 www.swifttrans.com. (eoe-m/f: min. 23yrs) (must remain FT emp. 24 mon. after date of hire). ELECTRICIAN, Tonopah mine. Minimal Supervision. Benefits. Send resume and salary requirements: Deborah Rodgers, Equatorial Tonopah Inc., P.O. Box 1569, Tonopah, NV 89409. Fax: 775-4823843. eqmna@therivercom. ENGINEERING DESIGN TECHNICIAN-GIS SALARY: 26.11/hour $22.91REQUIREMENTS: Graduation fromhigh school, or the equivalent, and three (3) years responsible experience performing computer assisted drafting and GIS applications, OR an equivalent combination of closely related training and experience. WHERE TO APPLY: City application form must be submitted to, and received by, the Human Resources Department, 85 Ocean Avenue, Henderson, Nevada 89015, no later than Monday, February 12, 2001, by 5:00 p.m., to be considered for this recruitment. NO APPLICATIONS WILL BE GIVEN OUT AFTER 4:00 PM. ON THE CLOSING DATE OF THIS RECRUITMENT. Employment packet MUST be obtained from the Human Resources Department: resumes only WILL NOT be accepted in lieu of employment application. NOTE: MAILING ADDRESS IS CITY OF HENDERSON, HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT, 240 WATER STREET, HENDERSON, NV 89015 HOUfiS OF OPERATIONS MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY 7 30AM TO 530 PM Experience Food Sen/ers. Please Apply Johnny Macs 842 S. Boulder Hwy General labor needed. Daily work, daily paid. Apply at Labor Express 35 E Lake Mead Dr. GRANTS PROGRAM COORDINATOR SALARY: $52,588 9669,154.49/year REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university in public or business administration, construction management or closely related flekjs and five (5) years of experience working with arants programs, two (2) of which were at a supervisory level OR an equivalent combination of closely related training and experience WHERE TO APPLY: City applicatk)n and supplemental > application must t>e submitted to, and received by. the Human Resources Department, 85 Ocean Avenue. Henderson, Nevada 89015, no later than Tuesday, February 20, 2001. by 5:00 pm.. to be considered for the recruitment. NO APPLICATIONS WILL BE GIVEN OUT AFTER 4:00 PM. ON THE CLOSING DATE OF THIS RECRUITMENT Employment packet MUST t>e obtained from the Human Resources Department, resumes only WILL NOT be ac cepled in keu of ernpjoyment application NOTE: MAMJNO ADDRESS IS CfTY OF HENDERSON. HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT, 240 WATER STREET, HENDERSON, NV N015 HELP WANTED Church Nursery Attendant PAID POSITION Likes babies and toddlers WofK 7:30-12:30 Sundays References required bondable FirsI Henderson United Mettwdist Church 906 E Horizon Drive Henderson. NV 89015 565-6049 c/o Joe Squire Help y\/anted, 7-11 Store, Full or part time, must be 21 yrs. Apply in person. 710 Center St. fID. HOME CARE AIDE FOR FAST GROWING EASTSIDE AGENCY. PT/FT. FLEXIBLE HOURS. MUST HAVE RELIABLE VEHICLE/NDL. GOOD WAGES. IMMEDIATE HIRE. 948-4848 Home Mailers Needed Earn $635 weekly mailing letters. Easy! Limited open positions. Call 1800-426-3252 Ext 5000 24Hrs HOUSECLEANING Neededhouse, cleaner, fluent English, PT starting at $7/hr for small inhome business. Must have reliable transportation Please call 563-0820 M-F 10-5 Housekeepers wanted for Super 8 Motel. Immediate start. Only Serious applicants need apply. 704 Nevada Hwy 2948888. IVENTORY CONTROL SUPERVISOR, Tonopah mine. Benefits. Send resume and salary requirements; Deborah Rodgers, Equatorial Tonopah Inc., P.O. Box 1569, Tonopah, NV 89409. Fax: 775-4823843. eqmna@therivercom. O TEXACO O XPRESS LUBE IS NOW HIRING FULL TIME LUBE TECH'S Automotive experience preferred but will train. Musi have valid Driver's license Contact Terry or Ken O 565-0522 O Jewish Pre-school Teacher/Aid. Full/part time, salary based on experience. Call Lois 733.-6292 La Bistro Cafe wanted exp waitress 21 yrs of age. 20-30/hrs a week. Call 293-7070 Ask for Kevin Layers Salon & Day Spa seeking Hair Dresser Great work Atmosphere! Great People! Call 5685474 Ask Ashley. Motel Maid, PT, No exp. nee. Apply in person Nevada Inn Motel, 1009 NV Hwy, BC Need a change of pace? Join our team of Caregivers in relaxed atmosphere of small Alzheimer group home. Own transportation necessary. Serious Applicants Only. 565-8144 Now hihng exp. a.m. cook Apply in person. Bob's All FamHy Restaurant 761 Nev. Hwy BC Now Hiring. Exp. Night Time Food Server A DIsKwasher. Evan's Old Town QrtI11129 Arizona St., Boulder City PAHRUMP, NV120Bed SNF accepting appllcatkjns for Assistant Director of Nursing (RN). Resident Assessment (RN or LPN) PT Social Worker (New Licensed Grad welcome). Marketing/Nurse Liaison (LPN). Staff Development Director (RN or LPN). Contact Mountain Valley Health & Rehab, 775751-6600 Fax 775-7516644 or mvhr(9wizardcom Secretary for Electronics Manufacturing Firm. Needs experisnced Mcretary w/Peachtree skills BC 293-4670 CRAFTERS WANTED For Indoor Craft Show Call MItzi @ 658-3650 Stay at Home. $60, $80, even $120 iter fwur No experience needed Will tralnl FREE recorded info 24 hours Call 800745-3029 toS8000?> exoenence needed Will tralnl Free recorded info 24 iKXirs Can 988-264. Advertise in the NEWS Don't Drink and Driv 1300 Financial Services 1300 Financial Services Tallorlng/Altaratlons Experienced Tailor needed for professional Dry Cleaner. Must be reliable and produce quality work. Anthem Location Immediate Opening's. Call 604-8006 The Nevada Veteran's Home located in Boulder City is currently recruiting Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapy Assistants and Occupational Therapy Assistants. These positions will be on contract with the State of Nevada and will be responsible for providing therapy for the 180 bed nursing home. Familiarity with the MDS assessment is essential. Please submit resumes to 100 Veterans' Memorial Drive, Boulder City, NV 89005 or call 4865906 with any questions. TLC HEALTH CARE SERVICES, INC. Positions available immediately in the Henderson and Las Vegas area for Personal Care Assistants. We are a Home Health Care Agency Training provided. Full and part time positions available. Active seniors welcome. Reliable transportation. Please call 382-8335 or apply in person at 4535 W. Sahara Ave., Suite 209. TRUCK DRIVER/HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR. Eagle-Picher Minerals, Inc., world leader in Diatomaceous Earth mining in,dustry, is seeking personnel. CDL required. Phone: (775) 824-7591. Fax: (775) 824-7595 Wanted 5 Security Guards immediate hire to work Henderson areas call 435-0155 Wanted Hair Stylist & Manicurist for an up scale GV salon. Rental or commission. Ask for Kathy W.990-5300 WE offer up to an $8000 bonus for a part-time job. Call the Nevada Army Guard at 435-7228 in Las Vegas; 826-8632 in Reno; 738-4085 in EIko; or toll-free: 1-800GO-GUARD to find out how. NEVADA FINANCIAL HENDERSON'S LOCAL MORTGAGE CO. 567-1412 WE PAY CASH for the remaining payments on Trust Deeds! Mortgages! Annuities! Lotteries! 'Nobody Beats our Pricing!" 800-490-0731, ext. 710 www.nationalcontractbuyers.com Let the Classifieds work for you 1400 Commercial • 1400 Commercial Rental I Rental FOR LEASE COMMERCIAL OFFICE OR RETAIL On Boulder Hwy. Excellent Location & Exposure 1500 sq ft. New Carpet/Paint Avail now $1285 Per Month 294-0607 Don't Drink and Drive 1600 House Rentals BC RETAIiyOFFICE 1,050 to 1,250 S.F on Nevada Hwy. Neal SIniakin/Broker 294-1444 BC Retail Space 1350 sq, ft. 2 signs includ 45 days Free Rent Vi T450/mo. 1000 Nevada Hwy Suite 102 & 103 294-6212 Building 1400 sq. ft., •office or Retail, 7000 ft parking or storage. 1108 Nevada Hwy Call Days 294-1155. 1130 11 1190 11 1320(1 2380 It 4000 II Ninv buildinqs Call 480-5888 Office for Rent, 2130 S. Boulder Hwy Call 5659712 Work from Home $500$5000 FT/PT Full Training Provided. Call 503590-6142. or contact www.wediditucan2.com WORK FROM HOME. EARN $500$1500 P/T $2,500 $5,000 FfT PER MONTH. 1-800-7134166 1200 Business Opportunities A-f M & f^ fyiARS/NESTLE. ESTABLISHED VENDING ROUTE. Will sell by 2/12/01. Under $9K Minimurh Investment Required. Excellent Monthly Profit Potential. Finance Available/Good Credit. 1-800637-7444. ABSOLUTE GOLD MINE! Nothing down Established York Mints routes w/22 locations. EZ 6-8 hrs/wk. No Selling. Net $52K yearly Minimum Investment $4,de0. Toll Free 866250-2610 ATTENTION: Growing Co. Needs Help Work Form Home $450$5,000 PT/FT Month Free Booklet: 412-886-1102 www embraceyourfulure com Professional Office Space torrent • Prime Boulder City Location 500 sq ft 294-0225 Store Front For Rent, BC, eOO sq ft, $40O/mo -fdep. 294-1213 1500 Commercial Sales FOR SALE NEW 6000 27,000 SO FT OFFICE/WAREHOUSE BUILDINGS. GREAT INVESTMENT POTENTIAL. GREAT HENDERSON LOCATION NEAR 1-515 AND SUNSET CALL FOR DETAILS: CORBY OR DENYSE SMITH. 499-4662, 5211852 CENTURY T[ JR REALTY 564-5142 FOR SALE: BC Retail Center 8,177 Sq. Ft. on Nevada Hwy. Owner will Finance. Neal Siniakin/Broker 294-1444 Spacious newer 3bd. 1ba. 3 car, near park & school, clean, vacant $1100/mo 565-1120 Windmill & 215 Area/3 Bed/2 Bath/great open floor plan/ready for immediate move in/$1200 mo/Susan @ Century 21 JR Realty/564-5142 GIFT SHOP for Sale. $30,000. Stocked -f extra. Esp. 3 1/2 years. Good Lease "UNIQUE BAROAINS" 434-6133 1600 House Rf-ntals ForAU Your CUuAfied Needd, Call 433-7700 GOT WRINKLES??? All New State of the Art, Non-Surgical "Instant Face Lift*. Call for Free Consultation Today 1888-568-5265. NOTICE TO READERS: The HBC Publications does not vouch for the legitimacy of items, jobs, or money-making opportunities advertised in this classificaiton We suggest you carefully evaluate such offers and not send nnoney to these advertisers unless you are certain you know with whom you are dealing and you know all terms and conditions of the offHOMES FOR RENT IN BOULDER CITY Home 3 Bedrs. 2 bath. 2 car garage, pool $1200 + $1200 Pool& yard Service included 2 Condos one upstairs one downstairs 2 Bedrs 2 iMth $700 $675 Duplex lor rent 2 units 2 Bedrs 1 t>atf\/1 1/2 bath $750 & $650 CALL BC ADOBE REALTY 293-1707 PRIME PROPERTIESUNBEATABLE RENTS so. VI.Y RNCH 4+2+2 1900+SQFr ALL APPLIANCES $1350 SUN cm' 2+2+2 HOME WITH APPLIANCES $950 GR VLV RNCH ^+4*2 + GARDNER $2000 MFALTV l>KOF>ERTV IMOnMT. 560-0300 SO DOWN HOMES Gov't & Bank Foreclosures* Low or no Sdown! OK Credit! For listings Now! (800) 5011777 exi 3399 2 bd. Iba 218 South Texas no pets 565-9579 2t>a, Iba. laundry room, storage unit. fully fenced. No Pets. $750 + util & dep 565-8296 CIMmd Work! 1700 Mobile Homes 1700 Mobile Homes 2400 Real Estate • 2400 Real Estate N i^aa^ MOBILE HOME SALES rw^ 1210 N. Boulder Hwy. I Henderson, NV. T T Serving Southern ^^ Nevada since 1988 565-3555 4 Bed/2 Bath/Huge home in Henderson/3 Fireplaces/Great open floor plan/Owner motivated! Asking $116,900. Call today to see. Susan @ Century 21 JR Realty/564-S142 HEMDERSOM PQ^ BEST FAMII.Y PARK SL 3 bedroom, dbl-wlde $S8S/mo?^Lp 2 bedroom, single-wide $S3S/mo. ^ "Free Home Warranty" incl. space, vacant, ready to move in now! CAC Co-Op. 525-2494, Dale. AGENTS: BUYERS Interest rates are lower. Now is the time to refinance your home or purchase one. Call Today 236-779T or 985-2222 ZERO DOWN FOR LAND/HOME 520-767-4899 Must assume loan 31x1, 1 ba, 2 add ons, needs work. Call 558-2064 ABANDONED HOME 520-767-4899 2100 Apartment Rentals 2100 Apartment Rentals 3-3BDRM 2BTnREP0HOMES SAMEIHOUSAMS SaD-7674200 Rent to .Own, Ibd, 40' Filth Wtieel.^ Boulder City Trailer'Park. Call Marcus 303-4516 ONE MONTH FREE Terracina Apts in Henderson 1, 2, & 3 bedroom apartments pool, basketball, playgrounds. Zoned for Newton, Burkholder, Foothills. Income limits apply. Visit 510 College Drive or call 5B5-05OB 14991 On Golf Course, Black Mountain Golf Course, 3bd, + den Home w/pool on Ig lot Only $239,000 Call Cary at Rfed Mountain Realty Inc. 2935599 3t)d; Iba, just re-dqne inside & out Ige. corner lot near downtown, vacant $825/mo 565-1120 4bd, 2ba, Corner Lot next to 11 Acre Park. Fenced Backyard, Open & Covered Patios $1100 per month. 558-0433 Brand New Condo in Henderson/2 bed/2 bath/great floor plan/only $850 mo/Susan @ Century 21 JR Realty/5645142 CHARMING BC HOME 2 Bd. in Historic District, 1.400 Sq. Ft.. Garage. Central /VC Excellent, orig.. condition. Owner/Broker $925/mo 2941444 Duplex Ibd/lba. Downtown Hend No pets, $475 incl water & garbage + • elec & dep Avail Feb 3. 565-8296 Dupjex Downtown HD, 2bd, Iba, w/frpi, w/d hookups. 566-7670 HD 4bd. 3ba. $1100 + dep. Comm pool 4359123 Henderson: 3 bed/2 Bath/freshly painted and refurbished/ready to move in! / $850/ Gorgeous like new home in HendersQn/4 Bed/2 Bath/Great open floor plan with living, dining. & family room/No pets/$1300 mo. 3 Bed/ 2 Bath in Henderson/ Just like new!/ Will consider short term lease/Will also consider leasing fully furnished/No pets/$120 mo/Susan @ Century 21 JR Realty/564-5142 1800 Condo Sales BC 2bd, private yard, patio, frpi, 1 1/2 ba, approx.1200 sq ft., 4806015 BC Condo Spanish Steps Capri, 2bd, 2ba, frpI, allappl., Istfl., 1 car storage unit, covered & RV parking. $99,500. 294-8444 HERITAGE POINTE APARTMENTS 2bd, 2ba Luxury Apartments with garage starting at $725 2bd,1 1/2 ba Townhomes with 2 car garage starting at$815 Call for details 702565-1676 Spanish Steps Condo, 2bd, 2ba, fully furnished, vaulted ceilings, wood blinds, all appl. $96,500 Call 293-2884 1900 Condo Rentals BC Ibd Duplex, Nice & -Cute & Spacious. $550 or $625 w/util. 293-0008. BC 2bd Apt. Near downtown parks & schools. $525/mo. 293-4097 BC 2bd, Iba, 4 unit complex. Newly remodeled, very clean, ref. & stove. $575/mo + .$200 dep. OAC 293-6595 BC 2bd, Iba, unfurn Apt., upstairs, all elec, central air & heat, dishwasher, extra storage room, coin laundry, off street pkg. No pool. No pets. Great for 1 or 2 mature adults. Local Owner Operated. $550/mo. + $400 dep 293-3324 BC 3bd Duplex $575/mo. Near downtown parks & schools. 293-4097 Clean Ibd & 3bd Apt 1633 Palm St. 1 bik. from Skyline Casino. No Pets. 435-1943 1900 Condo Rentals FOR RENT CONDO LAS VEGAS Near Paradise Road,Close to Strip and Convention Center. Quaint, Quiet and Convenientll Two bedroom, living room, kitchen/dining, bath, new appliances. Pool, spa, clubhouse, laundry, covered parking, waterfall, lush landscaping. Privacy, 2nd floor, corner unit, no neighbors on one side or upstairs. $575 No pets 605 Royal Crest Circle, #24. (Paradise Road, turn on Elm Drive behind Budget Suites, left on Palo Verde, right on Royal Crest.) Call 255-3678 to see. 2bd Condo-new carpet & paint, pool, all appl. including W&D, end unit. $665 293-4097 BC 1160sf 2bd/2ba 3pkg, pool, spa. $815/mo. Call George @ 497-2345 BC CONDO-2bd/2ba, close to schools, very clean, fireplace 2940605 or 293-4384 HD Loft Condo Ibd, 1 1/2 ba, S575/mo + dep No Pets. 378-4261 2000 Room Rentals NEVADA INN. "A Friendly Place To Stay". Budget cottages to deluxe suites, beautiful pool & whirlpool, parkinq for boats and RV's Call 702-293-2044 for rates and reservations Our suites are three room apartment size, with kitchen Starview Motel BC Kitchenettes and rooms by day or week, phones, maid service, Rates 293-1658 2100 Apartment Rentals Kitchenettes Fully furnistied w/cable, in Boulder City 293-4445 Classifieds Work! 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 $450 & up per month, newly remodeled, spacious near schools, park & shopping. 565-7028 ItK) Apt for rent furnished Utilities incl $5O0/nfV3 568-1464 Apt for rent. 2bd 1t>a. $56C/mo 459-0787 Let the Classifieds work for you 2400 Real Estate RENTERS Stop Paying Your Landlord's Mortgage. Free report reveals How Ea-sy it is to Buy Your Own Home. Free recorded message. I-888-491-7I39 ID #2001 AmiTlcor Realty 15076 FOR ALL YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDS... Call Henderson's #1 Real Estate Team • BRENDA BIRDFAIRLESSGRI. CRS Lifetime Henderson Resident 564-1127 WENDYWILLIAMS 378-1689 Dr*L% JR Realty Ovpr SLW Million in Sales .^5 years combined Real Estate pxpericncc! DOUBLE CENTURION TEAM 1795 FINAL MODEL HOMEI! 2468 s.f. 2-8tory model In 24 hr. gated comm. w/ park. 3 bdr, 2 1/2 baths, 3 car garage. Landscaped. Laundry upstairs, island kit. Hurry! Reduced to $189,990. Call Sandy or Carol at 564-4258 FRIENDLY. PROFESSIONAL REAL ESTATE SERVICE Hrr N>ke Itawtr Callf' Stop by to say "HIV 8, pick up a FREE 2001 calendar! For information on real estate ttiroughout ttie valley, visit us at our web-site: www.knapprealtynv.cam or call and speak to one of our knowledgeable, experienced agents at Knapp Realty—566-8185 827 So. Bouldar Hwy.. H*ndrson, NV 89015 Out of town? v^ Call loll-(r; 1-877-566-8696 .j^^>^ E-mml: knapp827daol com xc^'j^^r' 2100 Apartment Rentals FOR RENT: Kitchenettes, $85/wk. Utilities pd. Shady Rest Motel, 565-7688 eDERSON VALLEY REALTY 568-5558 109 S. WATER ST. HENDERSON VULlEYWOtD FOR 20 YEARS O^PONtUMITT Tina Williams, Greg Cole Ann McDonald, Mark Crunk, Richard Millick, Laura Dodd, Peggy Cole Looking for peace and quiet? Story Book Apts. has studio style apts with stiared bathroom available. Located in Old Town Boulder City close to everything. Starting at $300 per mo. Call Tom at 294-0495 or Rich at 293-2767 Now Renting Casa Blanca Prop. Studio Apt $405/mo. -f deps. No Pets. 564-1023 Studio Apt.. East Basic Rd. $300/mo. -f dep. No Pets. Call Al at Jensen's Realty 564-3333 NOTICE MR GREEN VALLEY, INC. has moved 2 PRVDEISTIAL AMERICANA $1,000 FREE 2U at C.O.E.* Ron Faulkner 523'3323 $$$SAVETHIS$$$ U663 HIRE the BEST IT COSTS Che SAME as REST! MR GREEN VALLEY, INC. PRUDEPiTIAL AMERICANA $l,0O0 FREE 2U at C.O.E.* Ron Faulkner 523-3323 $$fSAVETHIS$$$ 14664 Why Just List Your Home? Market it to Millions Daily www.cityofhendersonhomes.com Corbett & Denyse Smith Century 21 JR Realty (702)499-4662 "PICTURE PERFECT" Great Curb Appeal, open floor plan. 2 tx). 2 ba. large family room w/fireplace. large fenced back yard w/Spa and Gazebo, almost new appliances stay Ceramic tile. Ceiling fans thru-out, large walk-in. only $125,000 CaN Elaine 592-2046 for appl Lake Mead Area Realty CANCELLED SUBDIVISION REPOSSESSED PREFABS"" Manufacturers Liquidation 8 brarxl new, factory preinsutaled home packages Lifetime warranty. SiiperkK construction Your land/tloorpian Local references: 1-800-8746032. Must Se1*i FORECLOSED GOVT HOMES' SO or Low down' Tax repos and banknjplcies HUD. VA, FHA Low or no down! OK. Credit. For lialings. (800) 501-1777 ext 3399 Tuesday, January 30, 2001 Henderson Home News Page 13 2)00 Ro.ll Estate • 2400 Real Est.ito I 2 100 Rp.il Est.nle I 2.100 RonI Est.ilo I ?.)00 RonI Estate OntDiv^ tVIonoyBOULDER CITY HOMES •1624 Broadmoor cir. 3188 sq. ft.. 4brd 4-1/2 baths+bonus rm*3 car gu^e* 30x45 R/V parking /hook00. • 1709 St^Ajidrews CL23635qrt3bednn'2-l/ 2 baths • soox 128 culdesac lot w/stunning golf course frontage! Gazebo w/spa •CirdebackdriveforRV/ boat • nuinlenance free desert landscape. Lots of ceramic tile Ihniout Bay windows • 3 car garage • Really sharp like new home! $329,000. •1321 Gloria Lane: New carpel, freshly painted, more! inMpn bdr, 2 baths, seller very motivated to l>e vacant soon! $145^. •606 Paloma: 4 bdr. 2 baths, 1876 sq fL, 2 car garagt/Aeives, full mature Undscaping. Pool/spa and room for R/V. In sharp perfect condition, real clean and nice!! Motivated! $223,000 •938 Vista Lago: Adobe style custom beauty! 3700 sq. fl., 3 bdr/2 baths, 3 car garage, 100x120 comerk>t, great Lake Mead views! Many upgrades and custom features a real must see! $489,900. •Vacant Land: 1413 Puebh). .620 acres build your dream home w/mL Views! $100,000, will consider all offers, very motivated!! •110 Laguna. Full Lake Mead view! 2076 $q.n., 3 bdr. w/baths. Marble fkwrs, cherry wood cabinets. 12x20 loft w/balcony, many upgrades and custom features!! Motivated, amustsee!!$3l94M)0. •528 KatI Place: The best boy nearthe Lake!!! Stunning Lake Mead views forever!3108sq.n.,Sbdrs/ 3 baths, 3 car garage, 100x110 k>(! $365,000!! BOULDER CITY CONDOS •146 Lake ML Dr.: The condo lUat has everything your heart desires!!2680n 3 Brd 4 bath, oversize 2 car gar. Ions of upgrades, great lake & ml. views & more! $364,900. 700 Capri 23B: Ground level, 1158 sq. n., 2 bd., 2 bath, gas rm. flrepl., and more! $95,500 105 Topsail Dr. 1285sqfl. 2largel>edrms/2balhsgas flrepl, spacious floorplan* like new! 2 car garage low price! $127,900. • 105 Harbor view: 1285 sqlL 2 large bed rm/2 baths great floorplan • 2 car garage. Low price $127,900 Las Vecas Homes A Condos • 5710 E. Tropicana Canyon WiUow Cpndos • Only 1 year old!! Immaculate! I029sq.lt 2bdr 2full baths upgraded appliances • new security door much more! $94,500 •52U Jewel Canyon Dr.: 1088 9q.lt 2 bd., 2 baths, 2 car garage. Private loL Many upgrades, only 2 years oU! Gated community w/pool 'Very ma(Mnllo9eil!!$l(K,0Qa Handanofi Homes A Condos • 453 Barrett: 3bdr, 2 baths, IXVLVCK' • '* lacbcddlQM/carpel/ vinyl to be sold'as-b $92,000. • 2251 Wigwam pkwy: Legacy Condo-1028 sq. fL • 2 large bedrms w/l>albs • new carpet/vinyl New A/C • fireplace • 1 car prage balcony really nice!$97J00. Sandra Deubler Have a top producer in your'corner! '96-2000 Centurion Agent 271-3277 ToU Fret x-m-m-tMi mcisaiid9Ml.coDi *| GnluK Pinn ne.-il Est.ite • ?inn Real Estate JR Realty HELP WITH CLOSING COSTS! Roomy 2 bd, 1.75 ba, 1 car attachetj garage, large fenced rear yard, central cool/heat, built in 1979, covered patio & more for just $99,900. OPPORTUNITY IS KNOCKING! Former model home, open great room w/FP, 3 bd, 2 ba, country kitchen w/breakfast bar. Laundry room, 2 car garage, plenty of closet space. $124,900. HIGH ON THE HILL! Lovely 3 bd custom w/amazing view of the valley sits on 3/4 acre. Fireplace, Jennair Stove & microwave, covered patio & hot tub. Zoned for horses. $249,000. WELCOME HOME! Terrific 3 bd, 3 ba Henderson home w/huge balcony Large step-down family rm w/FP. Wired for surround s"bund & plumbed or wet bar. Corner lot. $144.950. Sf, Single story w/pool & spa. 3 bd, 2 ba, master w/retreat, 3 way F{, 3 car garage, dbl RV gates. Spotless, highly upgraded, just listed & priced to sell $199,500. Free 2001 Calendars Stop by for your free copy! We have current information on HUD, VA & FNMA Repossessions Knowledge, Experience, Service 564-6546 101 E. Horizon Dr. C21JRReal@aolxom www.Century21JRRealtyxom m MLS. 21iR( C I9W Crniur> 21 Real Eistaie Corpontton S' and tradenurk and sfnKemartt nf Oniury 21 Real Estate Corporaiion hjth office i<> independmily ov^ned and uperaied Equla Housing Opponunity Let the Classifieds work for you MoneyWorld 564-2515 "Your Henderson Home Connection" Great Buyl If your kjoking for your very first home then this one is for youil 3 bedroom, 1 3/4 bath with 2 car garage near a lovely park and so much more. Call now for appt. 812A0 Shows like a Model True Pride of ownership in this 2+ Bedroom, 2 Bath home + Den. Upgrades galore, Tile and Berber, Kitchen Island, Ceiling Fans, Hot H20 loop and softener, Gorgeous Mtn. Bacl^drop. A Must See! Immaculate Do Not Wait, Call Now For Appt/ 2203KM Sunrise Mountain Beautyl Decorated in warm earthtones. 3 Bedroom, 2 1/2 Baths, Formal living room, extra large family room with a beautiful raised hearth fireplace. The yard is an outdoor lovers dream! Spa, RV Parking & so much more! A Must See, call today for appt 1741L Greenway Gardens 3 Bedroom, 1 3/4 bath. New kitchen cabinets, Solar screen all around. Covered patio w/security lights. Fenced front yard, Big back yard w/above grnd. pool and spa. Alsd RV Parking. And the list goes on. Call for appt. 38708 Darling Homeilll i':-h:^'.^ v V / > 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath, Extremely well kept manufactured home. Large beautifully landscaped yards and a one car Garage/workshop. i Don't miss out Call today .'' v 222PL "Green Valley Condo" Must See this immaculate condo w/2 garage, home Is spotless inside and out. 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath, stove and refrigerator included. Ceiling fans, surround'sound in living room. Entertainment nook, and so much morel Ground level unit with an enclosed patio Call now to preview 1851H m MLS. ^ EQUAL HOUSING OPraimiNIIY Oniuo^ 14867 Boulder Dam Realty, Irtc. 1664 Nevada Hwy. Boulder City, Nevada 89005 293-4663 HIGHLY UPGRADED 2 BD 2 BA CONDO. 2 CAR GARAGE, MOUNTAIN VIEW #149,900 RARE3 BDRM "VILLA aORENCE," PRIVATE YARD, 2 CAR GARAGE. IMMACULATE 1229,500 NEW CARPET, PAINT, HUGE CUUDE-SAC LOT. 3 BDRM., 2 BA. INDOOR SPA RV PKING $104,999 OVER 2800 SF 4 BDRM., 2 BA., 2 CAR GARAGE, HUGE LOT, 'MOTHER-IN-LAW'/GAME RM. $ 175,000 GREAT INVESTOR/STARTER. 3 BDRM., 1 BA. IN HENDERSON TOWNSITE. EXCELLENT VALUE $85,000 ALMOST 1900 SF 3 BDRM.DEN ON LARGE LOT IN THE HEART OF HENDERSON. GOOD COND. $110,000 WELL MAINTAINED 3 BDRM., 2 1/2 BA., 2 CAR GARAGE "TOUCAN TRAILS." SEPARATE MASTER $199,500 EXCELLENT HOME IN EXCELLENT CONDmON! 4 BD., 2 1/2 BA, 3 CAR GARAGE. Aa REMODELED $217,000 2000 SF4 BDRM., 2 1/2 BA, 2CAR GARAGE. HORSE :ONED. NUMEROUS CUSTOM FEATURES. LV. $'^,000 NEARVCCARRAN AIRPORT. 4 BDRM., 3 BA., 3000 SF. MASTER PLAN TO BECOME COMM/IND $285,001 EXQUISrre 4^DRM., 2 BA GOLF COURSE HOME W/4 CAR GARAGE. 90' PATIO, POOL/SPA. PUTTING GREEN $425,000 JUST REDUCED! 3 BDRM., 2 1/2 BA, 4 CARGARAGE. ON 2 LOTS OVERLOOKING LAKE MEAD. $699,900 MAGNinCENTCUSTOM. 3 BDRM., 3 1/2 BA, DEN W/BUILT IN OFnCE, OPEN PLAN, POOL/WATERFALL MUCH MORE' VACANT LAND IN HENDERSON TOWNSITE IN THE REDEVELOPMENT AREA. MAY BE ABLE TO BUILD DUPLEX. $34,950 EMD Ofloe H iipBiih u ay Ownarf O^araM •.flwH: C31BCNVaol.COm 1-800-228-8358 DISTRESS SALE Bank Foreclosures. Free list of Foreclosure Properties from $120,000 & upFree recorded message 1-888-491-7139 ID #2017 Amarlcor Rtalty 14756 YOUR HOME SOLO IN 60 DAYS OR I'LL PAY YOU $1000Call Cathy Binenoer Team 990-8200 'Must sign SJOOO agreemenl at listing appointmeni Let the Classifieds worl PROBATE ESTATE SALE Newer 3+2 otie stor> home, cerainic tile coutiiers & entry. Large great room w/flreplacc & slider to huge covered patio. Ceiling fans, storage shed & cabinets in garage. All this and only $ 141,500. JUST REDUCED SEVERAL THOUSANDS Owner uill pay 3% buyers closing costs & $1500 towards new carpel Bring your paint brush and save $$$$$$. 3+2+sparkling clean pool + a large lot $I29.9(M) The "Just call JUDr Team 702-568-6300 1-800-852-1726 www://cissetreQlty.com HnwTo.StllVMirHoiiM WUhnut An Ant Fiee report reveals" 10 Inside Tips" to selling your house by yourself. Free recorded message 1-888-491-7139 ID #2017 Americor Really Great home in trie Racetrack/Newport area/3 Bed/2 Bath/3 Car Garage/Large kitchen/great room/Si 58,000. Call Susan @ Century 21 JR Realty today to see! 564-5142. Advertise in the N EWS AFFORDABLEFree computerized hot list of properties reveals 10 best buys in your specific price range. Free recorded message. 1-888-491-7139 ID#2040 Americor Realty 15077 HENDERSONS BEST KEPT' SECRET JUST GOT BETTER. For $750 you can buy up to $131,100. Any House, Condo or Townhouse in Henderson/Green Valley. Some restrictk)ns. Call for info and appointment. DVP 2629423. "HOMEBUYERS' TIRED OF BANKS SAYING...NO. Unique Owner-Builder program alk}ws you to act as the Contractor. No Payments while you build for better cash-flow. You control your homebullding project, you pay the contractors. Household incom^ must exceed $40K. Must have a desire to build a new home. Call today to speak with a New Home Consultant 888-850-8226. 2700 Vehicles 1983 Toyota Supra, Very good cond., runs great, new paint, $3000. 2933020 1987 Buick Regal. New radiator & battety. Call after 5pm $600. 5671451 1990 Ford F250, 3/4 ton, am/fm cassette, auto w/new air compressor, 32,000 mi. on new engine, runs great, dependable work truck. $4300 O.B.O will negotiate. 564-5050 1992Chevy S10, 6cyl., auto w/cold air, am/fm, 74,000 original miles, extended cab, $4100 O.B.O will negotiate. 564-5050. "TJe Toyota Cami7-4dr, auto, excellent in & out, N/S, new tires. $1650 612-9515 88 Ford Taurus Wagonone owner, immaculate, 63k org mi, must see & drive. $2900 612-9515 91 Ford Explorer, power options, new tires, $6950 O.B.O. 432-6500 93 S-10 Pick-up, 29,000 actual miles, white w/gray interior, excellent cond. $5,400 O.B.O. 565-4978 94 GMC Yukon, 4 wheel drive sport utility, great cond. fully loaded, orig. owner 100,000 miles. Asking $10,900. 3616836 95 Chevy SlO Blazer 4X4 2 dr, teal, tow pkg, tahoe pkg, 101K Hwy mi., nice. $10,895 O.B.O. 2942704 97 Buick Century Limited, maroon, power everything, excell. cond. extended waerranty, 44Kmiles, $10,900 O.B.O. Call 498-8286 99 Chevy Tahoe wAoe pkg.-V-8 vortex motor, rear air, 4 wheel drive, 49,000 mi., has many extras $26,000 293-1115^ evening 293-5264 2720 Motorcycles 2000 Yamaha Warrior, Electric start, excel cond. like new, must see. $4000. 558-6152 Don't Drintt and Drive Let the Classifieds work for you t f HENDERSON For a\\ your classified & advertising needs CALL 435-7700 ... ..^

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Pag* 14 Handtrson Horn* Naws Tuesday, January 30, 2001 HENDERSOIV HOME NEWS Sabre Design and Publishing honored The American Graphic Design Awards, sponsored by Graphic Design:USA, has selected Sabre Design and PubUshing of Henderson as a winner in the 2000 American Graphic Design Awards competition. Now in its 24th year, this competition has emerged as one of the most prestigious and, at the same time, the most democratic of all graphic commimication contests. This year's entries numbered about 10,000; less than 10% were named winners. Sabre Design was the only graphic design firm fivm the state of Nevada to be honored with this award and showcased in the Design Annual 2000. Sabre Design jmd Publishing was established after moving here from the Ssji Francisco Bay area in 1993 by husband and wife artists, David and Christina Wilkinson. Their original artwork, used as a logo design for KidsCharities.org, is proudly displayed in Design Annual 2000. MagnuM Opus Development breaks ground MagnuM Opus Development, a Las Vegas-based real estate development company, today announced it has broken ground on phase I of its MagnuM Corporate Center, an 18.9-acre, $24 million masterplanned center. The development is located near U.S. 95 and the Interstate 216 on Commercial Way, near Warm Springs Road in the Black Mountain Industrial Park in Henderson. At build-out, the project will consist of 14 freestanding buildings totaling more than 316,000 square feet of .office and warehouse space. Each building will range from 17,000 to 28,000 square feet and feature high-end architecture with reflective glass and lush landscaping. In addition, all buildings will have individual addresses and sigfnage, fully outfitted with sprinkler systems, dock and grade-level loading and gas stubbed. "The location of MagnuM Corporate Center is excellent," MagnuM Opus Development chief executive officer Michael Panciro said. "It offers unparalleled highway exposure, and is minutes from McCarran International Airport. It is also located in Henderson, which is a great city to conduct business in." Phase I, of the project will consist of seven freestanding buildings totaling more than 155,000 square feet of office and warehouse space situated on 9.7 acres. Construction completion is scheduled for April 2001. Phase II of Magnum Corporate Center will consist of seven freestanding buildings totaling more than 160,000 of space on nine acres. Phase II is in the final design process. Las Vegas-bas.ed RGC Construction is serving as the general contractor and Newport Beach, Calif-based Howard F. Thompson & Associates a.s the architect for the project, 'the Las Vegas office of Colliers International will serve as the listing agent and be responsible for the marketing of the corporate center. MagnuM Opus Development is a Las Vegas-based' commercial development and real estate management firm. The principals, Maranda S.J, Chen and Michael A. Panciro, contribute a combined 33 years t>f experience in the Las Vegas market. ^ : See the Same Vet Every Time Corner of Horizon & Greenway • 558-4552 Desert Willow Community Center to get addition When Sun City MacDonald Ranch residents wanted to expand their 36,000-squarefoot Desert Willow Community Center, Del Webb Corp. stepped in to provide the $50,000 needed for the project. The check was presented to the SCMR Community ABbociation board of directors by Frank Pankratz, senior vHce president of Del Webb Corp. and general manager of Sun Cities Las Vegas on Jan. 10 at the site of the future expansion of the Desert Willow Community Center, 2020 W. Horizon Ridge Parkway. "This has been an outstanding community from the very start, and Del Webb has focused on enhancing the community for the residents," Pankratz said. "From the traffic signal and the hiking trail to events and sponsorships, as well as the additional contributions Del Webb made, this has become a truly remarkable community. "It's hard to believe the Courtny Photo DESERT WILLOW ADDITION Frank Pankratz, senior vice president of Del Webb Corp. and general manager of Sun Cities Las Vegas, hands a $50,000 check for a building expansion to Paul Markling, chairman of the Desert Willow Community Center. Pictured from left are Markling; Steel Edwards, executive director of the Sun City MacDonald Ranch Community Association; LaNore Robertson, president of the Sun City MacDonald Ranch board of direc^rs; Scott Middleton, vice president of finance for Del Webb Corp.; and Pankratz. community opened just over five years ago," Pankratz said. The 785-8quare-foot expansion is scheduled to begin vertical construction in ^arly February and is projected to be completed in late May. The new part of the Desert Willow Community Center will focus on community services. It will house the offices of COPs (Community on Patrol); provide office services to residents for community business; and supply office space to the community's golf and catering marketing staff ^ float 16 QoU *Jomt PUBLIC INFORMATION RESERVOIR R-3A RE-COATING PROJECT The City of Henderson has awarded Contract 99-00*28 to Robison Prezioso Inc. for the removal of the existing coatings of Reservoir 3A (inside and out) and re-coating. The existing coating system will be removed by a wet blast process, the resulting waste will be removed and disposed of in accordance with all local, state and federal regulations. During this process your water supply will not be affected, however the work is noisy. We have scheduled and "open house" at the resen/oir site with the contractor and the City's quality assurance consultant, Converse Consultants. Please join us onsite near the intersection of Mission Drive and Greenway Road on Wednesday, January 31, 2001 between 4:00 p.m. for an informal question and answer session and refreshments. If you have any questions, please call Ed McGuire, Project Engineer at 565-2036 or Saeed Ahmad, Quality Control at 565-2432. Show that special someone how much they mean to you with a Valentine's Day Cruise aboard the romantic Desert Princess. • Spectacular Meal • Champagne Greeting • Dancing • Commemorative Photo • Moonlight • A Rose for the Ladies Make your reservations today! S