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18 Thuysday, Februaly I 3, 1997 I'alnrump Valley Gazelle Obituaries ii i iiiii GARMAN Carl Ray Garman II, 46, died February 1, 1997 at his home in Pahrump, Nevada. Born on December 27, 1950 in Lancaster Pennsylvania, Garman was a resident of Pahrump for 2 years, coming from Lawndale, California. Garman was preceded in death by his parents. He is survived by his wife, Irma Garman of Pahrump, NV; sister I II I I i i i Carole Smith of Lancaster, PA; and two neices, Wendy Kirchoff and Tara Smith both of Lancaster, PA. A private service will be held. All arrangements handled by the Neptune Society of Nye County. CARTER James Robert Carter, 74, died February 5, 1997 at his ,, , residence in Beatty, Nevada. BEFORE THE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF NEVADA NOTICE OF TARIFF FILING Central Nevada Utilities Company ("CNUC") has filed a revision to its water service tariff, designated as Docket No. 97-1048, with the Public Ser- vice Commission of Nevada ("Commission"). CNUC proposes to establish a schedule for the collection of water storage capacity charge from customers who are not required to pay a betterment fee. CNUC proposes a one-time charge of $0.40 per gallon for new or expanded water service. For residential customers, CNUC proposes to compute the charge on the basis of an average daily demand of 1,000-ga'llons per day or the current Rule No. 21. For com- mercial, industrial, and other customers, CNUC proposes to compute the charge on the basis of (a) estimated water demand as furnished by the customer and verified by CNUC and other governing agency, (b) the current edition of the Uniform Plumbing Code, or (c) existing water rights which have been trans- ferred to CNUC. Where a customer's actual historic average daily water de- mand exceeds estimated usage, for the months of December, January, Febru- ary, and March, a customer must provide the additional water tank storage capacity. This provision shall not apply to residential use, except where the type of use changes. The proposed tariff was filed pursuant to the provisions of Chapters 703 and 704 of NRS and NAC and is on file and available for viewing by the public at the offices of the Commission, 727 Fairview Drive, Carson City, Nevada 89710 and the State Office Building, 55 East Washington Avenue, Suite 4600, Las Vegas, Nevada 89101. Persons with a direct and substantial interest in the tariff may file Petitions for Leave to Intervene in conformance with the Commission's regulations at either of the Commission's offices on or before Wednesday. February_ 26. 1997. Interested persons may submit Protests which conform with the Commission's regulations or other written comments at ei- ther of the Commission's offices. By the Commission, Crystal Reynolds for Clayton L. Holstine, Commission Secretary Dated: Carson City, Nevada, February 3, 1997. Publish: February 13, 1997 I _.J I ...... III1! I I II Born April 26, 1922 in East St. Louis, Illinois, Carter had lived in Beatty since 1979 coming from Hacienda Heights, California. Carter worked as an electronic en- gineer for the L.A. County Road Department, and par- ticipated for the U.S. Navy in World War II. He was a member of the Episcopal II 00eptu00e 00ociet00 Call 24 hours 727-1888  V ] Crematnon m . ,-, . , ' ulrect I00urlal i i i i Church and the Lions club in Beatty and the VFW in Beatty. Carter is survived by his wife, Catherine A. Carter of Beatty, NV; sons Larry Goulden of California, Guy M. Goulden of Onterio, CA; daughters Margaret Jundge of Bellville, IL, Cathie L. Willkie of Mission Viejo, CA and Linda Henderson of Marriot, CA; I0 grandchilren, and 6 great grandchildren. Private services will be held. All arrangements handled by the Neptune Society of Nye County. SMITH Rick Allen Smith, 35, died February 5, 1997 at the Bullfrog Mine in Beatty, Nevada. Born on October 17, 1961 in North Platt, Nebraska, Smith was a resident of Beatty for 7 yearscoming from Colorado. He worked as a miner, was in the military and was part of the Mine Rescue Team at Bullfrog Mine, Loss Control Supervisor. Smith was survived by his father and mother, Garold and Louella Smith of Chadron, NE; wife Karen Smith of St. George, UT, Jessie, Bea, and Farrah Fausett; neice Nichole Smith and nephews Jeff and Zachary Smith. Services were held February 8 at the High School in Beatty. Burial will be in Crawford Cemetery in Crawford, NE. All arrangements were handled by Desert Memo- rial. Includes: P-,errc:al from Place of death, preparation of Death Certificates and Permit, Cremation, minimum Urn, Fully Licensed P.O. Box 6000 • Suite 96 • 1161 Loop Rd. #2 Pahrump, Nevada 89041 OO@OOOO@O@0000000@000@0000Q • Name: • • Address: • • City: __ State: __ Zip: • • Phone: Free Membership • • plea rush me ,,m.,t obrion your peda k,brrw(m fr: • @ @ • Cremation i-IBurial I-]Scatterin8 • eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee flu ii i i KOESTNER Bily G. Koestner, 67, died at V.A.M.C. in Reno, Ne- vada on February 8, 1997. Born in Oklahoma on Au- gust 13, 1929, Koestner has lived in Gillman Springs, Nevada for 15 years. He was a retired Security Of- ricer for Mining Co. and a member of the American Legion Post in Austin and Continued on next page Ken Noland General Manager (702) 221-9762 • Prices on A]V & all '96 Watercraft Won't be Beat All '96 Watercraft $100 over invoice , Delivery Available , All Major Credit Cards Accepted • • • 0 , Mention this ad and receive 15 V0 Off Parts and Accessories Sahara )6 F; bO0 J [ Was $4,600 /as Now $3,900 ,N° Hwy. 160