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14 Thursday, January 30, 1997 Pahrump Valley Gazette Near Hwy. 160 (Easy access to Las Vegas- 2 miles from downtown Pahrump) Lot reservations available (702) 727-3711; (800) 341 911 S. Fronta e Rd., 1,200 Sq. Ft. Tape and Texture throughout 2 or 3 Bedroom, Cathedral Ceiling throughout, plus many other features Land / Home / Garage Packages Available QUe state NEW EDITIONS - (left to right) Ann Smart; Jewell Burton; Ann Nusbaum; and Cathy Creler. Pahrump Valley Gazette welcomes new additions to staff The Pahrump Valley Gazette is proud' to introduce our readers to four new staff members. Cathy Cressler, 1995 Pahrump Chamber of Commerce President and this year's Harvest Festival publicity chairman, has joined the Pahrump Valley Gazette as a reporter and proofreader. With over 20 years experience in publishing, Cathy is a tbrrner editor of Pahrump Valley Maga- zine. Cathy and her husband Fred moved to Pahrump almost five years ago. Cathy will report on the Pahrump Hospital District and II r COLLEGE sotm.IERN NEVADA PAHRUMP New Courses! Interactive Video Courses Direct from Las Vegas Campus! Interactive Live Video Conferencing Courses with live instructor. the Nye County School District. Ann Smart has joined the Pahrump Val- ley Gazette as an advertising secretary. A former realtor, Ann also worked as a systems analyst for the president of the University of California at Santa Barbara. Ann is a world traveler thanks to her husband's occupation as a self-employed drilling consultant. For ex- ample, the Smart's lived in Indonesia for over two years. The Smart's have lived in Pahrump for six years and look forward to having their thirteen grandchildren come visit. Ann Nusbaum and Jewell -' Burton join our advertising sales force. They have already proved themselves to be go- getters. Nusbaum has resided in Pahrump for over two years. A former resident of Michigan, Ann and her hus- band David are active in the local Eagles and American Legion service clubs. Jewell is new to Pahrump having arrived last October. A re- tired school teacher, the en- ergetic former Rhode Island resident says she looks for- ward to meeting people and the unique experience of liv- ing in the valley. A member of several organizations, in- cluding the Rhode Island His- torical Society, the Blackstone Valley Teachers Association and the Rhode Island Teachers Association. Jewell is also a member of the Pahrump Valley Squares and is a lector at St. Martin's Episcopal Church in Pahrump. The Pahrump Valley Gazette is moving forward to the new millennium with an optimistic outlook. Look for future changes that will de- light readers from all walks of life. For more information call Dan Simmons 751-3452 Classes: Introduction to teaching the young child: Early childhood education Complete Preschool Education Mon. 6-9 Small Business Management, learn to operate a successful small business Tue. 6-9 Business Law, law regarding Contract Sales & Commercial Paper Thurs. 6-9 PAHR! JMP DERMAT()LOGY Amenities include Paved Roads, City Water, ,, t ' Q. Can melanoma be treated9 CCR s and Garage, Gas or Electro I I Home. Many models to choose from I'1/// A. it can be treated. In the early stages, ........ --d .................. e . , melanoma is completely curable. For advanced Sll1rcrest, Sghult, Palm Harbor, [[Iid lll'Stfll i[ ll I melanoma, treatment must be individualized. The [ mR j best weapon against melanoma is early detection I:IL='S'_ _ , , __, , ,, .... II .'--M.v. and prompt removal by your board-certified - P' om,',offa' dermatologist. kl LOIII in tOday and talI itll 011e |l oa,c.oo,.,o,o, LJII011 . , Jeffrey Ross Gunter, M.D. ,' ] I 727-0146 Most Major Insurances Accepted Medicare Aignment Accepted Courtesy Insurance Billing b