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Pahrump Valley Gazette, Thursday, July t0,1997 3 Briefly Noted - Sheriff reports Pahrump homicide PAHRUMP--Craig Harris, 48, of able to track down. SIGN LANGUAGE--Jim Big John demonstrates' Indian sign language to a captivated audience of over 50 children who are part of the summer reading program at the Pahrump Community Library. John, who created his native costume, performed the Buffalo and Pipe Dances. Photo by Gina Moore I II Business classes scheduled Women's Business Center of the Nevada Self-Employ- ment Trust is having fall classes for individuals want- ing to start a business. "Start-Up" classes are three hours a week for six weeks. "Business Plan" classes are three hours a week for eight weeks. Existing businesses over 1 1/2 years can tune-up their business with a six-week "Business Tune-Up" class. Call 734-3555 for orienta- tion dates. CCNGS monthly meeting The Clark County Nevada Genealogical Society (CCNGS) will hold its monthly meeting Thursday, July 17 at 7 p.m. at the Katherine Center (Reforma- tion Lutheran Church, 580 E. St. Louis) in Las Vegzts. The main topic for the meeting will be a "Korean Migration to Las Vegas, 'Kim Sisters'" by Lee Kwon. The meetings are open to the public interested in doing Family History Research. For further information, CCNGS can be reached by Voice Mail at 225-5838 or by e-mail: CCNGS @JUNO.COM. The remaining schedule for 1997: July 17 - Korean Migra- tion to Las Vegas, 'Kim Sis- ters' Aug. 21 - Scotland Sept. 18 - CCNGS Birth- day Potluck Oct. 11 - Fall Seminar Oct. 21 - Photo Preservation Nov. 20 - National Ar- chives Dec. 18- 19thCentury Las Vegas families Leaving your pet in a parked car can be a deadly mistake On a warm day, the tem- perature in a parked car can reach 160 degrees in a matter of minutes, even with partially opened windows. With only hot air to breathe, your pet can quickly suffer brain damage or die from heat- stroke. Signs of heat stress: heavy panting, glazed eyes, rapid pulse, dizziness, vomiting, deep red or purple tongue. Ifyourpet gets overheated, you must lower his body tem- perature immediately! Get him into shade and apply cool (not cold) water all over his body. Apply ice packs or cold towels only to head, neck and chest. Let him drink small amounts of cool water, or lick ice cubes or ice cream. Get your pet to a veterinar- ian right away - it could save his life. On hot days, your pet is safer at home! Furnace Creek Inn The Chamber of Com- merce Special at Furnace Creek Inn is now on sale June 25-July 13, 1997. As afellowChambermem- ber, experience the grandeur and luxury of Furnace Creek Inn at a fraction of the regular price. The cost will be $100"per night per room (plus tax). Some of the special fea- tures of the Inn to enjoy are spring-fed swimming pool, fine dining in elegant surround- ings, views of towering moun- tains and desert scenes, garden oasis and more, much more. Call now for this "Cham- ber Special" at (760_ 786- 2345. AYSO Soccer Camp The Pahrump Valley AYSO Soccer Camp will be August 18-22, 8-11 a.m. or 5:30-8:30p.m. atPetrackPark. The cost of the camp will be $95 per week.. Sign ups are this Saturday July 12 from 8-11 a.m. at the Community Center Hall. All mail in sign ups must be mailed to Ginny Berguist at P.O. Box 5804, Parhump, NV, 89041, and must be re- ceived by August 1. Nevada self- employment classes Women's Business Center of the Nevada Self-Employ- ment Trust is having fall classes for individuals want- ing to start a business. "Start- Up" classes are three hours a week for six weeks. "Busi- ness Plan" classes are three hours a week for eight weeks. Existing businesses over 1 1/ 2 years can tune-up their busi- ness with a six week "Busi- ness Tune-Up" class. For orientation dates call 734-3555. Hearing Correction Center Advises Know Who You're Doing BusinmWiUl! A local Full-time office offerg over 50 years of experience in helping the hearing impaired of Nevada is here for you. For your FREE_Hearing EvaluaUon call 727-1665. You'll receive a FREE Cleanin FREE electronic check of hearinli aid 81 FREE pack of batteries. ( For hearing aid user ) ( Present ad for free batteries ) Expires 7-51-97 Limit 2 Bstterles per customer .......................... ; ................................  ........ i; ............... See What A Difference Good Hearing Will Make! Mon.-Frl. lOa.m. - 41).m.. 401 S. Frontale Rd.[ INext to Dominos) Pahrump and owner of Craig's VCR on His department thinks that the burglaries 3rd and West streets, allegedly shot and are being handled by a juvenile escapee ki!!edacustomer from a state over some detention disputed work c e n t e r, Wednesday, July possibly with 9 at an accom- approximately plice, and he 1:45 p.m. has an At press time, underground Sheriff Wade network that Lieseke could not is cleverly release the hiding him, victim's name as moving him the next of kin had not been located. The dispute apparently occurred over a demand for a refund from the shop owner over work performed by him. It escalated into a physical battery situation. The dispute culminated into Harris shooting the victim and calling 911 to report the incident. Lieseke reports that the information is being investigated, but evidence obtained at the scene resulted in Harris' arrest for probable cause on an open murder charge. from place to place. The burglaries are spread all over Pahrump and range from auto thefts, to businesses to private homes and perpetrated at all hours--there is no pattern. Eagle Motors has been hit twice. Lieseke urges the public to report any suspicious activity to his office to help stop this activity. I PAHRHMP COMMHNITY LIBRARY 2101 E. Calvada Blvd.  727-5930 New Hours In other news, Lieseke wanted the public to be " ! Tues, Wed. & Thurs .... 9a.m. to 7p.m. I aware of a series of I" Friday ................ 9a.m. to 5p.m. Ii burglaries in the Pahrump area that the Sheriff's Saturday .......... ,...11a.m. to 5p.m. I Department has not been Closed Sunday & Monday I I I I All new - NO rebuilds quality mattresses at better than ever pricing! Bel-aire 12 yr. warranty Introductory Sale Price Twin i55.00 each piece sold in sets only good only Ihru 7/19/97 Looking for a great 7 pc dinette in cherry wood? Look no further, this one is marked at $454.00 for our July Blowout. Good only thru 7/19/97. Buy a 2pc Buffet & Hutch for $399.00 Looking for a great value on an entertainment center? Check out this one with lots of extra features. See our new merchandise! The Gallery of Home I=umishlngs Sale prices continue in the stores.