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10 Thursday, May 22, 1997 Pahrump Valley Gazette Evening Burglars Victimize Elel 0000'nlary School By Goeff Kreis Manse Elementary School once again fell victim to circumstance on Saturday evening May 17 when the school was burglarized by minors. Two young boys carefully taped a window that leads into the staff office, hoping to muffle the sound of rocks thrown by them shattering the glass. Once broken, the window served as an entrance allowing the juveniles to make their way to the staff office. When the two boys got into the building they apparently crawled up through the ceiling and down into principal Dale Norton's office by breaking tiles. Ken Noland Prices on ATV & all '96 j Watercraft Won't be Beat Delive!y Available All Malor Credd Cards Accepted Mention this ad and receive 15% Off Parts and Accessories All '96 Watercraft $ 100 over invoice '96 Virago 1100 Was $8,200 o Now $7,300 '97 Kodiak 4x4 Was $6,500 Now $5 Hwy 160 Sahara IIIIII I IIII ....... --' ," " J Y ....................... Primary care, laboratory and radiology services Affiliated visiting medical specialists . Special series of educational lectures for seniors Most major insurances accepted Office Hours: M-F, 8 am to 12 pm and 1 to 5 pm . Have questions? We will be happy to assist you. 1 1 5 1 S Highway 1 60 Pa h iii i i iii iii r u An anonymous phone call tipped offsheriff' s deputies that the break in was occurring. A deputy, whose name was not available went to the school to investigate, and caught the two boys in the process. The two boys had taken $120 from the petty cash fund that was secured in the cabinet. "I left my key box out on my desk," said Norton. "This allowed the boys to get the keys and open the file cabinet where the money was." The petty cash that the boys were after included profits from vending machines and the sale of pencils. The juveniles, whose names were withheld due to their age, were taken into custody and sent to Juvenile Hall. Norton was called to the scene around 7:30p.m. to survey the damage. One of the minors was believed to be involved in an earlier break-in at another school within the area, but this could not be confirmed at press time. - |'r /eptun ociett  Call 24 hours 727-188 " 00Direct Burial Indudes: Remo-n,J from 'ce ot Jeam, r'retmration of Death ,Certcates and Permit, Cremation,  Ur'n, Fully Licensed P.O. Box 6000 *,S-.dte g6 o7"20 Buol Lane Pahrump, Nevada 89048 OOOOOOOOO0000000OOOIOOOOO0 Name: ' n 1 City: State: Zip: Phone: "Free Membership e I:  n'  : Ycr  , ': l--ICrerrmtion frlBurial D.tSc,ttering . 0 eo oo'eeo 040000 -w Summit Family Healthcare A Division of Desert Springs Hospital 727-5509 Nevada 89048