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24 Tluray, FcbnaaA3.1 9 2.PImmapgalle,,  ........................................................... : ...............................  Family security services  - Con tinuedfrompage9  .5 You don&apos;t have to experience an emergency to benefit dren. Studler s son was in intensive care for two days before !<- from the service. Ifyou loose your keys, the person who finds his was notified. Twenty hours elapsed before Collins learned them can call the 800 number on the key tag and give your that his daughter, away at college, had fallen from a second family I.D. number. The operator will call you so you can story balcony. arrange to retrieve them. It works the same way for luggage The men valued the 911 emergency system but knew and other personal property, something more was needed to provide child protection, Pet tags, emergency I.D. cards, tags for just about every- thing including stickers for your home window are part of the program. Much more to insure safe communication and security is available, even babysitter instructions, an emer- gency handbook and a travel program. The cost of the program is one dollar per week per family with a five dollar registration fee, waived if the first year fee is paid in advance. Payment is made quarterly or annually. Two men, Thomas Studler, chairman of FIS, and Jim Collins both experienced emergencies involving their chil- family security and peace of mind. They worked for nearly ten years to perfect and implement the Family Identification Service. The service has been embraced in the western United States and will be offered nationwide in the near future. In Las Vegas, the program has been covered by Channel 3 Televi- sion News and by two stories aired on Public Television's Channel 10. Briscoe is the consultant for Nye County. She will be pleased to give information, brochures, meet with individual families and with groups to explain the service. Contact her at 727-6176 or by pager at 1-888-924-4093. Your Skin Has Help! Jeffrey Ross Gunter M.D. Corner Hwy. 160 & Basin Road Diplomate American Board of Dermatology Assistant Clinical Professor of Dermatology at the IJSC School of Medicim Pan ump Dermatology Skin Cancer Surgery Acne Moles Skin Diseases Pediatric Dermatology Fruit Peels Vein Treatments Most Major Insurances Accepted Medicare Assignment - Courtesy Insurance Billing Call 727-0146 New Patients Always Wekme 1330 Highway 160, Suite 12 Pahrump, NV ) SHORT BRANCH 8ALOON & CAIINO Saturday Nights Chuck Wagon Dinners 6pm Live Music Sunday Mornings Chuck Wagon Breakfast 10 am - I pm Friday & Saturday Karaoke Kountry Fri & Sat. 8 PM Pam & J.R. R.V. Spaces and Rooms avallable, PIONEER T|RRITOR WAGON TOYTR8 Day and Overnight wagon trips in Ash Meadows For Reservatuons Call (702) 372-1717 , Crystal, Nevada Gateway to Devil's Hole While others talk good deals We make them We started this business as the working man's auto lot and we intend to keep it that way. For an honest deal stop in and see Jim or Bob and let us prove it. We sell better cars & trucks for better prices. Jim Belcastro / Bob Tomaro 751-1625 PIONEER TERRITORY WAGON TOUR00 |8 - KARK I Overnight trip to Short Branch Cattle Camp. Leave Short Branch on Friday 9:00 am Chuck Wagon Dinner Friday Night. Chuck Wagon Breakfast Saturday Morning. Camp under the stars. Saturday nature walks. Call for reservations: 372-17o17 o eservation deadline u sd y b H( TI ni th( ci( m; su wi an be rob do) we op( tur 1o,, Go Ph, Bo Ne gr