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! " Pahrump Valley Gazette, Thursday, May 15, 1997 11 gosa jail on charge of local Elbert warrants. Bail was set at $485. He was released after posting bail. BEATTY Marvin Shemp was booked May 7 into Beatty jail on charge of domestic battery. No bail Theresa Shemp was t",oked May 7 into Beatty . on charge of domestic battery. Bail was set at $1,100. She was later re- leased on her own recogni- zance per Judge Sullivan. Kathy Long was released May 7 from Beatty jail as time served. Kenneth Arnold Gilbert was released May 8 from Beatty jail after posting bail. Michael Neptune was re- leased May 8 from Beatty jail on his own recognizance per Judge Sullivan. A letha Harris was booked May 9 into Beatty jail on charge of possession of con- trolled substance. Bail was Stephen Zyronski was booked May 12 into Beatty jail on charge of possession of drug para- phernalia and driving on sus- pended. Bail was set at $1,200. He was released May 13 after credit given for time served and payment plan set up. Scott Haaland was booked May 13 into Beatty jail on charge of local war- rant. Bail was set at $950. PAHRUMP Linda Parker was booked May 7 into Pahrump jail on charge of warrant. Bail was set at $930. She was released May 8 as time served per Judge Sullivan. Mickey Phillips H was booked May 7 into Pahrump jail on charge of domestic battery. Bail was set at $600. He was released May 9 on his own recognizance per Judge Tsafos. Holt Glen Williams Jr. was released May 8 from Goodrich umpjailon his own recogni- zance per Judge Tsafos. Francisco Agurre-Majia was released May 9 from Pahrump jail on his own re- cognizance per Sergeant Hatley. Michael Guy Laverty was released May 9 from Pahr- umpjaii after posting bail. Gary Walter Storrs was booked May 10 into Pahr- ump jail on charge of first DUI. Bail was set at $760. He was later released after posting bail. Andrea Suzanne Jones was released May 10 from P ahrump jail after posting bail. Clyde Purcell was booked May 10 into Pahrumpjail on charge of statutory sexual seduction, attempted mur- der. Bail was set at $150,000. Victor Parrish Gruendell was booked May 11 into Pahrump jail on charge of second DUI and driving on suspended driver's license. Brent Victor Gruendell was booked May 11 into Pahrump jail on charge of burglary, conspiracy to com- mit burglary, and warrantout of Henderson Municipal Court. Bail was set at $7,925. Dennis Clyde Williams was booked May 11 into Pahrump jail on charge of warrant. Bail set at $5,000. Eric Black was booked May 12 into Pahrump jail from Clark County Deten- tion Center on charge of lo- cai warrant. David Hernandez was booked May 12 into Pahr- ump jail on charge of DUI, no valid driver's license, fic- titious registration, no proof of insurance. Bail was set at $1,880. He was later released on his own recognizance per Sergeant Hatley. Frank Villalobos was booked May 13 into Pahr- ump jail on charge of war- rant. Bail was set at $1,210. booked May 13 into Pahr- ump jail on charge of con- tributing to delinquency of a minor. Bail was set at $600. He was later released on his own recognizance per Ser- geant Hatley. Deanna Gwinnup was re- leased May 13 from Pahr- ump jail as no charges were filed. Stao' Fergusen was re- leased May 13 from Pahr- ump jail as no charges were filed. Lawrence Nowland was booked May 13 into Pahr- ump jail on charge of war- rant for non-support of child. Bail was set at $24,964. TONOPAH Ria Kristen Limon was booked May 7 into Tonopah jail on charge of outside war- rant from Oregon. Bail was set at $25,000. Richard G. Winslow was booked May 7 into Tonopah jail on charge of warrant out of Eureka County. Bail was set at $195. He posted bail and was released. Terrence Eugene Dean was booked May 8 into Tonopah jail on charge of domestic battery. He was later released on his own re- cognizance per Judge Maslach. Sherri Lee Parra was re- leased May 8 from Tonopah jail after posting bail. Jerry Wayne Laux was booked May 9 into Tonopah jail on charge of burglary, possession controlled sub- stance, possession parapher- nalia, and trespassing. Bail was set at $11,455. Ronald Riley Graves was released May 11 from Tonopah jail to Churchill County for transporton war- rant. Sandor Varga was re- leased May 13 from Tonopah jail on his own recognizance per Judge Maslach. Obituaries Mary 00lseimer Mary Kilseimer of Pahr- of Summer, Mont., and Vir- ginia Swassing of Kenosia, Pah.rump di onMay 6, ump died on May 8, 1997, at Pahrump Medical Cen- ter. She was 66. A 3 l/2-year resident of Pahrump, she was born on Nov. 1, 1930, in Iowa. She belonged to the Women's Catholic Organization and the VFW, and was a mere- her of Our Lady of the Val- ley Catholic Church. She is survived by her husband, Jack Kilseimer of Pahrump; daughters, Margret Swassing of Ridge Crest, Calif., Rose Coston Wis.; sons, William Swassing of Kalispeil, Mont., Dan Swassing of Casellia, Calif., and Mike Swassing of Renton, Wash.; five grandchildren and two great grandchildren. A rosary will be held at Pahrump Family Mortuary on May 21 at 7 p.m. A memorial service will he held at 10 a.m. on May 22 at Our Lady of the Valley Catholic Church. Salvatore Ciaccia Salvatore Ciaccia of 1997. He was 83. A former clerk, he was born on Dec. 5, 1913, in Albany, N.Y. He was a member of Lady of the Val- ley Catholic Church. He is survived by step- daughters Syl via Hernandez of Tampa, Fla., CecliaGoins of Georgia; grandson Dou- glas Hernandez of New Port Richey, Fla. A memorial at Pahrump Family Mortuary will he an- nounced at a later date. In the Service I Otto returns from Navy mission Navy Airman Christo- pher S. Otto, son of George H. and Panny S. Otto of Tonopah, recently returned from a six-month deploy- ment to the Western Pacific Ocean and Persian Gulf while assigned to Tactical Electronic Warfare Squad- ron (VAQ 135) A 1994 graduate of Tonopah High School, Otto was one of 175 men and women who took part in the USS Kitty Hawk Battle Group's missions. Dobkins re-ups Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class Brady A. Dobkins, son of Bob Dobkins of Beatty, recently re-enlisted for two years while serving with Fighter Squadron 204, Na- val Air Station, New Or- leans. The 1993 graduate of September High School of Boulder, Colo., joined the Navy in July 1993. Brown completes Navy mission Navy Airman John A. Brown, a 1995 graduate of Beatty High School, recently completed a six-month de- ployment to the Western Pa- cific Ocean, Indian Ocean and Persian Gulf while serv- ing with Sea Control Squad- ron 29 (VS29), embarked I aboard the aircraft carrier USS Kitty Hawk. Brown's squadron was one of 10 tactical aircraft squadrons attached to the USS Kitty Hawk Battle Group. VS 29 flies the S-38 Viking, a multipurpose air- craft capable of locating and destroying enemy subma- fines, long-range surveil- lance of shipping, air-to-air refueling and other missions as required. He joined the Navy in No- vember 1995.