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Briefly Noted Pahrump Valley Gazette, Thursday, July 17, 1997 3 Plane crash kills three A single engine Cessna attempting to land at the Panamint Springs Resort, 60 miles south east of Lone Pine crashed at about 2:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 15, the Inyo County (Calif.) Sheriff's De- partment reported. The pilot and two chil- dren, who were believed to be Swiss Nationals, were killed in the crash. --. An investigator from the _J National Transportation and Safety Board (NTSB) and Inyo Sheriff were on the scene investigating the crash Wednesday. The remains of the three occupants were turned over to the Inyo County Coroner. Business workshop A business workshop sponsored in part by the Pahrump Valley Chamber of Commerce will be held from 1-5 p.m. Aug. 12 atthe Pahrump Community Cen- ter, Basin Avenue and High- way 160. Other sponsors include Economic Development Esmeralda Nye (EDEN), U.S. Department of Agri- culture Rural Development and the UNLV Nevada Small Business Center. Speakers scheduled from various organizations in- clude Farrell Hanson (Rural Nevada Development Corp.), Nevada State Bank and Bank of America (busi- ness loans), USDA Rural Development and Sandy Harmon (EDEN). People interested in opening a new business or improving their business are encouraged to attend this workshop. " For more information, contact the PVCC at 727- 5800. NTS Group slates annual meeting The board of directors for the Nevada Test Site Devel- opment Corp. (NTSDC) will hold its annual meeting at 9 a.m. July 22 at the De- partment of Energy offices, 232 Energy Way in North Las Vegas. The meeting will be held in the Great Basin room on the first floor. In addition to installing new members, the board is expected to hear an update on Kistler Aerospace Corp.'s proposed activities at the test site and receive follow-up information from the Vision 2020-TODAY research project. In addi- tion, the board is expected to vote on the formation of a Nevada Science and Tech- nology Corridor project, ex- pected to benefit economic development in rural Ne- vada. The NTSDC is a Com- munity Re-use Organiza- tion comprised of 57 local businesses and civic lead- ers. Nominations sought for Calif. BLM District The Bureau of Land Management's (BLM) Cali- fornia Desert District is so- liciting nominations for its advisory council to serve for the 1998-2000 three- year term. The District Advisory Council is comprised of 15 private individuals who rep- resent different interests and advise BLM officials on policies and programs con- cerning the management of 10 million acres of public land in southern California. The six positions to be filled include one wildlife and one environmental rep- resentative. Council mem- bers serve three-year terms and may be nominated for reappointment for an addi- tional three-year term. Five council members are eli- gible for reappointment. One renewable resources position, which represents botanical interests on the council, will retire Dec. 31, 1997. The nominee selected for this position will serve an initial two-year term. Council membership is to be balanced in terms of points of view and functions to be performed, as required by the Federal Advisory Committee Act of 1972. This balance is achieved by selecting members from among nominees who qualify through education, training, knowledge, or ex- perience to provide in- formed advice concerning eight categories of interest that include wildlife, recre- ation, public-at-large, re- newable resources, non-re- newable resources, environ- mental protection, transpor- tation/rights-of-way, and an elected official representing county government. Nominations for the Cali- fornia Desert District Advi- sory Council must be sub- mitted by Aug. 30, 1997, and should be sent to the District Manager, Califor- nia Desert District, 6221 Box Springs Blvd., River- side, CA 92507. Nominees may contact BLM public affairs at (909) 697-5215. Elks Lodge celebrates first anniversary The Parhump Elks Lodge 2796 has had another first. We celebrated our very first anniversary Sunday, July 13. We were instituted at the Las Vegas Elks Lodge on July 13, 1996, at 2:15 p.m. The victorious celebra- tion began at the lodge at 1 p.m. with an abundance of good food and some lively stepping music provided by the Mint Country Band. More than 150 members and guests enjoyed the afternoon until well after 5 p.m. The Boulder City Elks Lodge is our mother lodge and their turn out for our support was most heart-warming. Guests included: Grand Lodge Officers: Casey Doss, District Deputy Grand Exalted Ruler; Russell Wilcoxen, Past Dis- trict Deputy Grand Exalted - I support the Pahrump Seniors in their attempt to get the VOTE BACK at the Senior Center To the Nye County Commissioners: Name: Address: Telephone #: Bring to the Pahrump Valley Gazette or mail to Pahrtttnp Valley Gazette 1330 Hwy 160 Ste. 3, Pahrump, NV., 89048 or Attention: Charlie Gronda or Gary Hollis, Pahrump Town Office 400 N. Hwy 160 Pahrump, NV., 89048 i Ruler; Robert Bebee, Dis- trict Deputy Auditor; John Sherman, District Deputy Esquire; Bob Hill, Vice Chairman South, National Veternans' Service Com- mission; Andy Prucell, Vice Chairman South, New Lodge Development. State Officers: Ist Vice President, Gary Sebada; Treasurer, Garth Phillips Boulder City Lodge: Howard Tindall, Exalted Ruler; Earl Green, Past Ex- alted Ruler, and wives and many more guests and friends. Our thanks to ev- eryone for flowers, food, music, best wishes and sup- port. Benefit for ambulance service big success ROUND MOUNTAIN - --A potluck, raffle and do- nations helped net nearly $750 for the Smoky Valley Ambulance Service to pur- chase pediatric equipment. The fundraiser, called "Caring for America," was held during the July 4 week- end at the Simpson Center and was hosted by the Smoky Valley Republican Women. The raffle was sponsored by local businesses, which included: BLB Tire and Auto, Cashman Equipment, D&D Tire of Tonopah, D&S Shopping World, Full Moon restaurant, Gold Club, G&R Petro., The General Store, NAPA Auto Parts, Round Mountain Gold Corp., Round Mountain Golf Course, Scissors Hair Sa- lon, Scott Stop U.S.A., Shoshone Market, Smoky Joe's Diesel, Smoky Joette's Hair Salon, Strictly Upper Cuts Salon, Smoky Valley Memo, Tic Industrial, T-Rix Mountain Bicycles and Watkins Co. Janet Doyle, president of the Smoky Valley Republi- can Women, emceed the event. Her husband, Gerald, is chairman of the Nye County Republican Party. Among those who par- ticipated in the event were Noah Poulos and Patty Boyer of the ambulance ser- vice, and special youth speakers Diana Potts, Katie Bowen and Jason Jay. Mooney wins gold medals Howard Mooney is one fellow who can prove that you don't have to see what you're doing to be a cham- pion athlete. The 41-year-old Pahrumpian, who is blind, captured three gold medals in the 1997 Silver State Games in Carson City last weekend. Mooney's strength paid off in the Masters Division of the Power Lifting com- petition, winning the bench press with 354 pounds, the squat with 353 pounds and the dead lift with 475 pounds. The 1,182 pounds he lifted was shy of his per- sonal best of 1,234 pounds. The victories made him eligible to compete in the world meet for blind ath- letes in September in Colo- rado Springs, Colo. I AHRUMP COMMUNITY LIBRAR I 2101 E. 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