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Obituaries GOAKEY Lloyd Raymond Goakey, 64, died on January 11, 1997, in Round Mountain, Nevada. Born on September 4, 1932, Goakey was a core driller in the mining industry and an avid hunter and fisherman. He served in the Air Force during the Korean conflict. He was a 20 year resident of Round Mountain. Goakey is survived by son, Jimmy Goakey, brothers Ralph Goakey of Lolo Montana and Dale Goakey of Wash- ington State; sisters Marion Dougal, Cambridge, Idaho, Evelyn Evans, Three Forks, Montana, Betty Fonk, Three Forks, Montana and Jean Boren of Oakhurst, CA; nephew, Scott Elkington, Cambridge, ID. Services were held on January 15, 1997, at Gunter&apos;s. Burial at a later date will be at Belmont Cemetery, Belmont, Nevada. All arrangements were handled by Gunter's Hawthorne Funeral Home. FRICK Bernice O. Frick, 88, died January 17, 1997 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Frick was born on May 1 I, 1908, in Ohio. She was preceded in death by her husband, Kenneth Frick and parents, Elsworth and Pearl Troutner. Frick is survived by her niece, Donna Woods of Tonopah, a nephew, Forest Troutner of Columbus, OH. Private family services were held at Tonopah Cemetery, Tonopah, Nevada. All arrangements were handled by Gunter's Funeral Home in Tonopah. Ambulance runs increase in 1996 The Nye County Emergency Medical Service in Pahrump, with 457 calls in the last quarter of 1996, just barely topped the previous high in 1995, according to Bill Pyzyna, EMS Coordinator. The total call volume in 1996 was 1683, compared to 1679 in 1995. "This was the first year that our call volume did not increase by 20 - 25%. "...I think that having the Pahrump Medical Center open 24 hours caused our total to remain level," Pyzyna said, EMS Coordinator. "Without the clinic, I believe our total would have topped 2000 calls." During the vember and when the clinic Sunday and p.m. the rest of call volume in- 132 calls in and I72 calls The transfer of higher level of high during A patient is when addi- tions or treat- essary to help life. The 21 pa- ferred by am- during those compared to transferred. other 10 difference is the clinic was lize the patient tions, but by " There was a total of 23o cardiac related calls, including 17 CPR calls, and 182 respiratory related calls" month of No- December, was shut on closed at 11 the week, the creased with November in December. patients to a care was also those months. transferred tional medica- ments are nec- save a persons tients trans- bulance crew two months nine patients during the months. "The that a doctor at able to stabi- with medica- the clinic be- ing closed, the ambulance crew had to summon help for those patients who needed those lifesaving treatments," explained Bill Pyzyna. During the year cardiac and respiratory problems were the leading causes for an ambulance to be called. An additional 382 patients refused treatment and 43 patients were treated at the scene but not transferred. On 18 calls no patient was found. I Ill I . I r Pahrump Ambulance .Training Center Winter 1997 Basic EMT Class for Volunteer Ambulance Service Starting February 26, 1997 Interviews Start February 3, 1997 come into ambulance bay at 300 N. Highway 160 and get application or call (702) 727-4411 for further information There was a total of 230 cardiac related calls, including I III IIII Illl, I I I 00Valley Bikes 751-2453 Parts, Accessories & Service "New In Stock" Solid Tubeless Tires @ Little League Equipment GT and Diamond Back 21 Speed Mountain Bikes Redline Diamond Back & Torker BMX 141 S. Frontage Rd. Pahrump, NV l II II l 17 CPR calls, and 182 res- piratory related calls. Au- tomobile accidents ac- counted for 196 calls. Other highs included 130 calls due to abdominal or GI problems and 114 due to strokes. There were also 118 calls due to injuries from falls. The busiest time for calls was between the hours of 12 noon and 6p.m. with 622 calls. The least busy was between the hours of 12 midnight and 6a.m. with 163 calls. The busiest days were Friday and Saturday with both re- cording 268 calls. The lease busy day was Sun- day with 210 calls re- corded. Pahrump Valley Gazetie, Thursday, January 30, 1'997 7 Are you having problems wading through government red tape? f2/i//., ,',kr,/,tc, _ShnpIc _(zgiJ,oecc, ,'crstri// .//e./r<'emcHt., rtJl') n s,orie/y r o//ter ,wrMcc, I Can Help! Phone 751-0307 DiAnne E. Knudsen, G.P.C. coemment Q_rocess ansultant Attention All Pahrumpians Induding Realtors, g Home Dealers, Etc. Do Vou need help Cleaning Heaw Duty or Light House keeping? Cam IVlrs. Clean 727-1L623 Reasonable Rates Free Estimates Licensed & Bonded Pahrump Housesitting Services We provide housesitting services while you are away from your home, We:  Check your house " Feed your animals Water your plants Seven days a weeld Go on vacation knowing your house, pets a.,a..a.,.ca.. Give us a Call 751-2159 Personal Income Taxes Prepared Corporation Taxes Done Bookkeeping by appt. only Income taxes can be done by mail if desired Lee J. Fellows 1-(702) 727-0297 Pahrump Valley Insurance Life Group * Medical 727-5700 Phone & Fax Roger W. Burnley C.L.U. Is Your Business Lost Cybempace? The Internet can work for you when you know HOW to use it. Ph. (702) 751-0865 Fax (702) 727-1606