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Le als Pahrump Valley Gazette, Thursday, March 20, 1997 21 IN THE DISTRICT COURT QF THE FIFTH JUDI- CIAL DISTRICT OF THE STATE OF NE- VADA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF NYE DOROTHY D. WOOD, Plaintiff, -vs- THE ESTATE OF ELEANOR TUDOR: also all other persons unknown claiming any right, title, es- tate lien or interest in the Real Property described in the Complaint adverse to Plaintiff's ownership and interest pursuant to two Deeds of Trust, Defendant CASE NO. CV13641 AMENDED SUM- MONS SUMMONS The State of Nevada sends greetings to the above-named defendant: TO THE DEFENDANT: A civil Complaint has been filed by the plaintiff against you for the relief set forth in the complaint. Quiet Title to real property to ex- punge Deed of Trust in fa- vor of Defendant, recorded in Book 79 as Instrument No. 530 in Official Records Nye County, Nevada. 1. If you intend to defend this lawsuit, within 20 days after this Summons is served on you exclusive of the day of service, you must do the following: a. File with the Clerk Of this Court, whose address is shown below, a formal writ- ten response to the Com- plaint in accordance with the rules of the Court. b. Serve a copy of your response upon the attorney whose name and address is shown below. 2. Unless you respond, your default will be entered upon application of the plaintiff and this Court may enter a judgment against you for the relief demanded in the complaint, which could result in the taking of money or property or other relief requested in the Com- plaint. 3. If you intend to seek the advice of any attorney in this matter, you should do so promptly so that your re- sponse may be filed on time. Issued at direction of CROCKETr & MYERS ELEISSA C. LAVELLE, ESQ. #000293 Attorney for Plaintiff 700 South Third Street Las Vegas, Nevada 89101 (702) 382-6711 By: JUANITA "ARTE" ROBB, CLERK OF COURT DEPUTY CLERK EO. Box 1031 Tonopah, NV 89049 ELEISSA C. LAVELLE, ESQ. Nevada Bar No. 000293 CROCKETr & MYERS 700 South Third Street Las Vegas, Nevada 89101 (702) 382-67.11 Attorneys for Plaintiff DISTRICT COURT NYE COUNTY, NE- VADA DOROTHY D. WOOD, Plaintiff, vs. THE ESTATE OF ELEANOR TUDOR; also all other persons un- known claiming any right, title, estate lien or interest in the Real Property de- scribed in the Complaint ad- verse to Plaintiff's owner- ship and interest pursuant to two Deeds of Trust, Defen- dants. CASE NO: CV13641 ORDER FOR SERVICE BY PUBLICATION " Upon reading the Affadavit of Plaintiff's At- torney on file herein, it sat- isfactorily appears to the Court that an Amended Verified Complaint was filed on January 23, 1997, and that issuance of Sum-. mons was thereon directed to the Defendant. That Defendant, THE ES- TATE OF ELEANOR TU- DOR, is a necessary and proper party to this action and that personal service of process cannot be had on Defendant, THE ESTATE OF ELEANOR TUDOR in the State of Nevada, as set forth in the Affadavit of Eleissa C. Lavelle, Esq. NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that if Defendant, THE ES- TATE OF ELEANOR TU- DOR, cannot now be found in Nevada so as to person- ally serve, he may be served by publication of the Sum- mons at least once a week for five (5) consecutive weeks in a newspaper of general circulation pub- lished in Nye County, Ne- vada, and in addition thereto a copy of the Summons and Complaint shall be forth- with mailed to the Defen- dant, first class mail, post- age prepaid, addressed to the Defendant's last known contact, which is Lawyers Title of Las Vegas, Inc. DATED this 8 day of Feb- ruary, 1997. John P. Davis, District Court Judge. Submitted by: CROCKETT & MYERS ELEISSA C. LAVELLE, ESQ. Nevada Bar No. 00293 700 South Third Street Las Vegas, NV 89101 (702) 382-6711 Attorneys for Plaintiff PUBLISH: 2/20/97, 2/ 27/97, 3/6/97, 3/13/97, 3/ 30/97 NOTICE OF SALE OF VEHICLE TO SATISFY LIEN Notice is hereby given that the undersigned lien holder will sell to the high- est bidder, for cash, the fol- lowing described vehicles: 77 Cbev. Vin CCL447Z104689 Owner Jimmy Nockindench Sale will be concluded at the place of business of the undersigned on 4/4/97 at 8 a.m.,' dated this 3/8/97 Brown Parker Towing Goldfield, Nevada sig J.R. Ridgway owner PUBLISH: 3/13/97, 3/ 20/97, 3/27/97 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a Petition has been presented to the Nye County Board of County Commissioners desiring the abondonment of a one-quar- ter (1/4) mile section of Wheeler Pass Road adjecent to Panorama Road located within the Northwest (1/4) of the Southwest (1/4) of Section 13, Township 20 South, Range 53 East, in the Town of Pahrump, Nye County, Nevada. Pursuant to NRS 278.480, the Board of County Com- missioners of the County of Nye, State of Nevada, will hold a Public Hearing on Tuesday, the 1st of April, 1997, at the hour of 11:00 a.m., or as soon thereafter as the matter may be chard, in the Commissioners Cham- bers located at 101 Radar Road, Tonopah, Nevada, at which time any and all in- terested parties may appear and be heard. Any parties desiring to submit written comments may do so at any time prior to this Public Hearing. Written comments should be submitted to the Nye County Planning Depart- ment located at 1114 Globemaliow Lane, Tonopah, Nevada. Nevada Gold Production top in the Nation Nevada mines produced 7,007,469 ounces of gold in 1996, according to company roports compiled by the Ne- vada Department of Business & Industry Division of Min- erals. "This is the first time in the history of any state that over 7 million ounces of gold have been produced in a single year," stated luss Fields, division administrator. "This level of production will again lead the nation, helping keep the United States as the second leading gold producer in the world." The new production record was set despite weakening gold prices toward the end of 1996. The average price of gold for 1996 was $388 per troy ounce, but the price has fallen since early December to a current level of around $365 per troy ounce and has since risen. Sustained lower prices could have a dampening effect on expansion plans at some mines and exploration activities, according to Fields. In 1995, Nevada's gold production was 6.8 million ounces. Nevada silver production was 20.5 million ounces, top- ping 20 million ounces for the fourth consecutive year. The March Manure Madness Every Saturday throughout the month of March, the Kiwanis will give away manure, supplied by the Pahrump Dairy. Valley Rock has donated the use of 5 trucks and drivers for those who do not wish to haul their manure themselves. Donations are appreciated but not required. Proceeds from this and other Kiwanis fund raisers go to help the community. The diary has even offered to match whatever funds the Kiwanis bring in, according to mem- ber Jean Buckingham,. it is a good possibility that they will match the full 10,000 dollars. According to 31 year member Robert Bell, the Kiwanas PUBLISH: 3/20/97 NOTICE OF ADOP- TION OF NYE COUNT ORDINANCE NO. Bill No. 97-04 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Nye County Board of Commissioners, at its meeting held on the 18th day of March, 1997, adopted Nye County Ordi- nance No. 196, entitled: AN ORDINANCE AMENDING TITLE 6 OF THE NYE COUNTY CODE; ADDING A NEW SECTION 6.04.030, PRO- VIDING FOR THE PRO- MULGATION AND AMENDMENT, AS NEEDED, OF REGULA- TIONS AND A FEE SCHEDULE; AMENDING SECTION 6.08.050, RE- LATING TO LICENSE FEES, AMENDING SEC- TION 6.08.070, PROVID- ING FOR VARIABLE- TERM DOG LICENSES; AMENDING SECTION 6.08.100, RELATING TO DOG KENNELS; AMENDING SECTION 6.16.060, RELATING TO RELEASE FROM IM- POUNDMENT; PROVID- ING FOR THE SEVER- ABILITY, REPEAL, CON- STITUTIONALITy AND EFFECTIVE DATE HEREOF; AND OTHER MATTERS PROPERLY RELATING THERETO. Typewritten copies of the odinance are available for (continued on page 24) combined value of gold and silver production for 1996 topped $2.9 billion. Industrial minerals showed strong gains over previous years. Production of barite,clays, copper, diatomite, gyp- sum, limestone and lime, lithium carbonate, magnesite, opals, perlite, salt, sand and gravel and zeolites totaled $343 million. Copper production increased over recent years due to the start up of BHP's Robinson mine operation which produced a concentrate confining 160 million pounds of copper. are involved in just about anything that goes on. They are involved in "No to Abuse," a non-profit orga- nization aimed to prevent domestic violence. They bave out the High School Glee Club. And they will help fund a "young man's" trip to Europe, where he will be an ambas- sador to Europe. Many veterans are unaware they can get benefits Although over $42 BILLION were paid out in veterans benifits last year, billions more went unclaimed in the past few years. Every year eligibility for benefits and the array of available benefits are changed and very few veteans or their survivors keep up with the latest rules. Because of this, and changes in their circumstances, many veterans, their families and survivors are now entitled to money and other benefits from the government even though they were not eligible in the past. A study group of the Consumer Education Research Cen- ter, a 25-year-old national nonprofit consumer group found that over one-fourth of the 'money paid in veterans benefits goes to persons who never served in the armed forces of the United States. Most of these were related by blood or marriage to veterans but many were not. Others were mem- bers of the armed forces of countries who fought with us against our enemies. Each year the Center compiles a book describing the lat- est rules on available benefits and how to qualify for those benefits. The 240 large-page COMPLETE GUIDE TO FEDERAL AND STATE BENEFITS FOR VETERANS, THEIR FAMILIES, AND SURVIVORS with a foreword by Sen. Robert Dole is $19.87 (plus $3 p&h) from CON- SUMER CENTER, 1980 SpringfieldAve, Maplewood, NJ 07040 or by calling 1-800-872-0121 with credit card. Website http://www.planet.net/cerc. Robert L. Berko, executive director of the consumer group, says that many survivors of veterans are unaware that they might be eligible to receive money, medicalcare, educational assistance, help in buying a home or other ben- efits, In fact, eligibility and benefits change constantly and some people ineligible in previous years are now able to start receiving money. The study fount that many people are unaware that they are considered dependents or survivors of veterans. These include those involved in illegal marriages, those who re- married after the death or disability of a vetern, children born out of wedlock to a veteran, parents of a veteran and even dependent grandchildren. Any of these may be eli- gible for benefits. Berko says that the study questioned veterans about ben- efits and found that the majority were unfamiliar with most of the benefits now being granted under Federal and state laws. Even veterans now collecting were unaware of other benefits for which they were eligible and could be collect- ing. For instance, disable veterans can receive apparel allow- ances if they use wheel chairs, artificial limbs or any pros- thetic devices that can wear or damage clothing and, if they have a spouse in need of care, they can receive an allow- ance to pay someone to provide that care. Few knew that the Bureau of Veterans Affairs is required to send veterans any requests for bids on supplies or labor that are mailed to any other suppliers. Other benefits the consumer found that were little known are: A veteran (or dependen0 can receive up to $837 ( 40% in advance) if he or she will assist the VA in a workstudy pro- gram while in an educational program.