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Pahrump Valley Gazette, Thursday, August 7, 1997 7 Dr: Moose' Simer is hospitalized by L. H. Stronach Dr. Maurice Simer, more affectionately known as "Moose", local chiropractor and owner of Moose's Gym, was hospitalized Wednesday July 30 in Las Vegas at Columbia Sunrise Hospital. Simer was taken to Sunrise hospital because se- vere sclerotic artery disease (hardening of the arter- ies) had obstructed the flow of blood to his right leg. An above the knee amputation was performed on Friday, August 1 and according to his wife he is doing well. Mrs. Simer stated that his length of stay is undetermined but the prognosis is good. Simer, who had renal failure in 1992, received a kidney transplant in January 1996. Mrs. Simer said that he has been doing great since the transplant. This hospitalization is unrelated to the renal failure and subsequent transplant. 1,Jll II i'vlOr'e Lt r." '" "' In 1986 after completing college Simer opened "Moose's Gym" because he was a power lifter. In 1,- IS /. 1989 he won the World Bench Press competition and continues to hold that title. Simer began his 1n11. . chiropractic practice here in Pahrump in 1987. According to Mrs. Simer, "he sends his 10ve to . ...,. a'r''4n" Post everyone s for-' the good thoughts and prayers. They ,  uperaeq (Near 160 & Basin) are appreciated and must be working as he is doing - ,r - Authentic Indian Jewelry well." , L,JIIl,,'a,2] A  t | Dr. Simer asi .d his, wife to tell his friem 00ummer00peo00 SELF."fellwPahrumIans' TAKECAREOFY ......... ! Open7 Daysa Week B i fly N ted m uyn, 10 a.m.- : p.m. r e o Homeowners Dr. Simer asked his wife to tell his friends and fellow Pahrumpians, "TAKE CARE OF YOUR- " Association guide FREE School Sports Physicals For all junior I Li I ;h and high school students conducted by Medical Director Dr. Dennis.Campton and the Arcon Pahrump Center Medical Staff Saturday, August 9 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. 1501 1 Calvada Blvd. Exam forms from the school should be completed prior to the exam and MUST be signed by parents or guardians. Pahnnnp Center for Healthcare 1501 E. Calvada Blvd.  Pahrump, NV 89048 702-727-6060 published Attorney General Frankie Sue Del Papa announced her office has published an infor- mational brochure for mem- bers of homeowners associa- tions explaining their rights and obligations under a new law passed by the 1997 Ne- vada Legislature. Senate Bill 314, introduced by Sen. Mike Schneider, seeks to protect the investments of homeowners as well as their rights as members of a com- mon-interest community. The bill also assists the prospec- tive owner by clarifying the benefits and risks of this type of ownership. "Common-interest com- munities help to preserve the value of the homes within them as well as the character of the overall community, but require a commitment of time, effort andmoney by the homeowner. This new law seeks to balance the rights of owners and the rights of the community as a whole," Del Papa said. The bill affects the rights and obligations of homeowners as well as asso- ciations and creates the Office of Ombudsman for Owners in Common-interest Communi- ties within the Department of Business and Industry. Real Estate Division. The Attorney General's brochure, Senate Bill 314, Rules for Homeowner's Asso- ciations, discusses the provi- sions of this hill and their ap- plications. Copies are avail- able through the Office of At- torney General or by contact- ing the Department of Busi- ness and Industry Real Estate Division in Las Vegas at 486- 4033 or in Carson City at 687- 4280.