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8 Thursday, November 27, 1997 Pahrump Valley Gazette 702-727-5512 LITTLE TIME ? NO TIME ? 18 eleani your house or Business becoming a chore? Call us at 727-1623 . Ask About Our Flats Rates - Senior Diseounts FREE ESTIMATES Lf-_d .rid Bonded Pahmmp Valley Insurance Life Group * Medical 727-5700 Ph()r e & Fax Longstreet Inn - Bar, restaurant and casino. Thanksgiving Day dinner served 11 a.m.-8 p.m. $7.95 per person. Live music Friday and Saturday with the Nice-N-Naughty Duo, from 8 p.m.- midnighL (702) 372-1777 Rosa's Mexican Restaurant - Closed for Thanksgiving. Now open 8 a.m.- 8 p.m. Tuesday-Sunday. ! 492 S. Hwy 373. Smoke-free environment. (702) 372-1131 Stateline Saloon - Bar, restaurant, slot machines and live table games. (702) 372-5238 nTTY." Burro Inn & Cat/no - Bar and restaurant with gtat food. Thanksgiving dinner served from 11 a.m. $6.95 for adults, $4.95 for children under 12 and seniors. (702) 553-2445 Exchange Club - Bar, restaurant and casino. Thanksgiving dinner served from I p.m. $5.95 per person. (702) 553-2368 Stagecoach - Bar, restaurant, casino and swimming pool. Nice big dance floor. (702) 553-2419 Crystal Springs Bar and Restaurant-Bar, restaurant and jx music. (702) 372-9901 Matheny's Short Branch Saloon - Bar and slot machines. Thanksgiving Pot Luck dinner with smoked turkey at I p.m. Chuck wagon dinner Friday and Saturday nights with live country music. Breakfast Sunday from 10 a.m.-I p.m. Rooms and RV spaces available. (702) 372-1717 Santa Fe Saloon - Saloon. motel and laundry. Open Munday-Saturday 11 a.m.-10 p.m.; Sunday 11 a.m.-8 p.m: Happy hour daily from 5-7 p.m. (702) 485-3431 Cactus Club - Open daily at noon. Happy hoar daily 5-6 p.m. all well drinks and bottle beer $1. Jukebox. pool table, pizza and snacks. (702) 485.3470 PAHRUMP: Arnie's - Bar and slot machines. Happy hour daily 3-6 p.m. buy one, get one free. (702) 727-5554 Bummer's- Wednesday, 8 p.m.-midnight, Karaoke with Nornt (702) 727-1839 CafdNicole - 1441 IL Hwy 372. Italian restauranL Closed for Thanksgiving. Serving lunch from 11 a.m.- 2 p.m. and dinner from 5-9 p.m. (702) 751-1188 Common Grounds Caf# - 1031 E. Calvada Blvd. Open Monday-Thursday, 6:30 a.m. -9 p.m.; Friday 6:30 a.m.-I ! p.m.; Saturday 9 a.m.- 1 lp.m. Sunday 9 a.m..6 p.m. (702) 751-1001 Cotton Pickin' Saloon - Bar, restamant and slot machines. Closed for Thanksgiving. (702) 727-521 ! Double Eagle - Bar, restaurant, pool tables, dart machines. Thanksgiving Buffet starts at 11 a.m. Dry RV parking. Happy hour daily 3-7 p.m. (702) 727-4474 Mountain Springs Saloon - Bar. slot machines and a crackling fire. Bring your sweetheart here for a romantic evening if you like rustic. Live music Friday and Saturday nights at 7 p.m. Lunch and dinner available 12-8 p.nt.(702) 875-4266 Mountain View Casino - Bar, restaurant, casino and howling center. Thanksgiving Buffet from 12 noon - 10 p.m. (702) 727-7777 Nu Dunes - Bar, slot machines, big screen "IV. Friendly atmosphere. (702) 727-1100 Our Bar- Bar, slots, soft-tip darts. (702) 72% 1776 Pahrump Tm, ern Sunset Bar - Open 8 am. to midnight. Slots, mixed drinks, 10 different dollar beers. A! "most" Jolson by request Friday and Saturday 8 p.m. - 12 a.m. (702) 727-1508 Pahrump Valley Vineyards - Winery tours and wine tasting from l0 a.m.-4:30 p.m. upon request. Thanksgiving Day serving turkey and rack of lamb. Restaurant open for lancb 12 p.m.-3 p.m., diuner 5 p.m.-9 p.m., Wednosday-Sunday. (702) 727.6900 Saddle West- Thanksgiving Day traditional turkey dinner. Slots and live gaming (poker, keno, 21, craps, roulette, bingo and Leroy's Sports Book); 24-hour restaurant menu with three buffets dail 7. (702) 727- ! I 1 l Stagestop - Bar, restaurant, slot machils, large dance floor. Traditional Thanksgiving dinner will be served. Visit our Country Fun Corral - miniature golf, go-karts and video arcade. Karao every Tuesday and Thursday %1 i p.m. (702) 72%7300 Terrible's Town Cat/no - Bar, mstatmmt, take-mR food, large acree, n TVs, and cunveniunce store. Bingo and sports book. Monday night football specials. (702) 75 !-7777 Town Hall - Bar, slots, darts, pool and snookea'. (702) 727-0308 TONOPAII: Mizpah Hotel - Bar, restaurant and casino. Hotel rooms circa 1900. (702) 482.6202 Station House - Bar, restaurant and casino. Live music wneknigis 7 p.m.-I a.m., Friday and Saturday 8 p.m,-2 a.m. (702) 482-9777 Roger W. Burnley C.L.U. 00,AIIRUMp (0000-,GHTINO *L/ght Fixtures *Ceiling Fans *Lamps *Bulbs *Intercoms *Central Vacs Open Mort. Tlsru lrrl. 8:80 To 4:80 Hoabwoo4 tqua 361 15. Fromtage Rd. 761-8S00 lram 7/i 1-1rAXX Golden Eagles Children's Martial Arts ( t-  } Academy & Supply 'V/ IV. mmt tof emeta/"'-- dM, 8o t lst 2 TMu A Pr ALL 7"ODAIr Daito Ryu P.t, Ng adl Vim "Men in Black" by Sadie Hawkins Gazette reviewer Who are the mysterious "men in black"? This movie is about aliens and government cover-ups, a popular theme these days in television and movies. It is fast-paced action and comedy combined, although the comedy side is a little weak. The plot is somewhat predictable but there are some unex- pected twists and turns. Will Smith (better known for his role as the "Fresh Prince") plays a New York City cop who inadvertently becomes involved with an alien plot to take over Earth. Tommy Lee Jones plays Agent K who recruits Smith into the agency. The headquarters oftbe "Men in Black" is an inter- MOVIES L, Volc00 2. b,00t World g. 7. htman & bhin lO. k v'00rokl 727-5010 9:30am - lOPm 1500 E. Hwy. 372 PahnnnP, NV stellar customs checkpoint for all aliens arriving and depart- ing Earth. All aliens living and working on Earth are monitored to different degrees by the agency. This movie gives a humorous explanation of the purpose and operations of these mysterious men. Smith becomes Agent J, and all records of his existence are wiped out. When he asks what government agency they report to, Jones replies "None. They ask too many questions." Who funds the operation? Jones mumbles something about holding patents on gadgets such as Velcro and microwave ovens, which were confiscated from "out-of-state visitors." Linda Fiorentino has the supporting role of the medical examiner in the city morgue who autopsies aliens and then has her memory erased by Jones. Fortunately, there is no time for a silly romance to develop. The special effects are incredible, produced by none other than Industrial Light & Magic under Executive Producer Steven Spielberg. Tommy Lee Jones does a great job with this role, even though the script writer sticks him with the old clich6 "Be there or be square." Will Smith has spread himself too thin between comedy, singing and acting. He ought to concentrate on his music career and leave the acting to the professionals. Overall, the movie is good. It's definitely worth watching. There's action, comedy and lots of weird-looking aliens. MORTAL COMBAT II ANNIHILATION ANASTASIA (6)