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22 Thursday, September l |, 199"/Pahrump Valley Gazette Senior News I I I I I i i iH iiii HH PAHRUMP SENIOR N ......... (702) 727-5008 " by Jean Halley What an eventful week it has been. The storm, yesterday lovely day and now it's Friday already. Some of you probably do not know that the center is an emergency shelter in time of need. The Red Cross was here in force, set up for evacuees but none came. There were some long hours put in. Actually we have to say we're glad this time that none had to take advantage of our shelter. But we would like you to come regularly mad partake of our excellent lunches and warm atmosphere. You will make some wonderful friends. Marcia is recovering and hopes to be back soon. I want to thank Karen Williams for the donation of squash, cantaloupe, cucumbers and tomatoes. They will be put to good use. Thought for today "You know you're getting older when your children begin to look middle-aged." Whereas: County officials have decided to go forth with their effort to enact the unconstitutional Animal Control Ordinance (People Control) in an effort to further enslave the people, Whereas: They are, as in the past, trying to stifle the efforts of the people to stop enactment of said ordinance, Whereas: Animal Control personnel, part of the Sheriff's Department, in several instances have, prior to enactment of this ordinance, enforced it as if it is already law. All this in violation of many Constitutional guarantees, Whereas: All of these activities, being blatant attempts to control us and our private property, I hereby pledge $200,000 toward the recall or prosecution of any public official who promotes or attempts to formulate any law or enforce in any way legislation that would deprive any individual of his or her rights. Bill Ballew I! ! I I MENU: September 15 - Tuna noodle casserole September 16 - Teriyaki chicken September 17 - Sweet and sour pork September 18 - Hot beef sandwich September 19 - Pasta with meat sauce Hope everyone stays high and dry, talk to you next week. AMARGOSA SENIOR NEWS (702) 372-5413 by Irene Osterhoudt So often in our daily lives we forget to do the things that are most important, one little thing that means so much to others. Thank you! I need to say a special thank you to Mike and Jean Edwards, Marie Reagle and, our special Angels in Pahrump, these folks put out special efforts, thanks. Welcome home to Mae Vasser. Our prayers are with Claribell Dansby, at this difficult time. Birthday Night will be September 24 this month. Happy Birthday to Helen Holtz, Jim Miller, Violet Tharp, Clary Filter, Pat Copeland and Alta Spurlock and Lavada Parmer. Nice to have you with us Carol Cox, long time no see. Carol is filling in for Paula King while she is away. Marsha Sabala, Pahrump site manager, has had emer- gency surgery. Welcome to Jean Haffey for filling in during her absence. Nice to see you again Jean. Council meeting Tuesday, September 30. Town Board meeting, September 25. Bingo is working real well at the Senior Center, join us for a night of fun. MENU: September 16 - Meat loaf September 17 -Baked chicken September 18 - French dip I I II TONOPAH SENIOR Nzws (702) 482-6450 by Irene Cessna We hope everyone enjoyed the Labor Day weekend. The weather was beautiful and that always makes a holiday more enjoyable. KHWK Radio From Pahrump to Bishop has you covered! For the latest news, information and the finest music programming be sure to tune to KHWK, broadcasting from Tonopah. if you're traveling the vast distances of Central Nevada's desert terrain you still can't miss us! Mernbec Assodated Press Great Basin Radio Network 92.7 - Tonopah 93.5 - Beatty 94.3 - Lida and Scotty's Junction ' 94.3 - Gold Point 95.9 - Pahrump 103.9 - Bishop, Mammoth and Big Pine 104.9 - Round Mountain 105.5 - Hawthorne We were saddened to hear of the passing of Kenneth Allain. He has lived in the Tonopah area for years and enjoyed a wide circle of friends. Funeral services were held on Wednesday, Septem- ber 3 at St. Patrick's Church. We will miss him. We send our love and deepest sympa- thy to his family in their time of sorrow. Nice to have Mary Ann Landers back with us. She has just returned from a month's vacation visiting family and friends in Michi- gan. Welcome back Mary Ann. We enjoyed a brief visit with Skinny and Dorothy Forsythe of Beatty, They were here for the County Commissioner's meeting. This week's article is brief due to my attending a meeting in Carson City at the end of the week. Will have more news for you next week. MENU: September 11 September 12 September 15 September 16 September 17 - Beef tacos - Creamed tuna with peas - Submarine sandwiches - Italian sausage/pasta - Pot roast with veggies NEws (702) 553-2956 by Lorayne White Reminder...crafters reserve your tables for the Christmas Bazaar on November 8. Call 553-2974. Please, home-made items only. MENU: September 15 - Chili dogs, tater tots, jello September 16 - Sweet and sour pork with rice, pudding September 17 - Hot beef sandwich, potatoes, carrots, fruit September 18 - Veggie lasagna, green beans, pudding September 19 - Turkey ala king over rice, brownies Soup and salad bar available at each meal. I SENIOR SF00RVlCE LINE (702) 727-5008 by Matilda Charles HMOs were supposed to be exactly what their name implied: Health Maintenance Organizations. People were encouraged to sign up because they would be able to get regular checkups that could detect and diagnose problems early enough to initiate therapies that would not only save lives, but also money. In recent years, many HMOs have concentrated more on the money-saving factor and, as a result, patients have begun to complain that they're getting dangerously short shrift from their HMOs. Indeed, many people have some sort of horror story to tell about their organizatiorr, impli- cating anyone from administration to receptionists to mem- bers of the medical staff. Although I don't encourage the mentality that sees lawsuits as the only way to handle problems, it's often the threat of a lawsuit that will keep a doctor or hospital alert to the kind of negligence that can lead to physical problems and a subsequent turn to the law courts. The trouble is, HMOs are pretty much immune from lawsuits, thanks to a legislative loophole that was never intended to immunize them, but did. However, all statu- tory laws are relatively easy to change. Perhaps if the HMOs don't get the message, it might be time to send another message to Congress to make the necessary legis- lative change s that will restore Americans' faith in their health delivery system. "Oriental " Futons Furniture Gifts  .  : A Beautiful... 1997 Oriental Calendar!l & a Letter Opened! oget your free. 1997 calendar & Oriental / etter Opener, just make a purchase &| resent this gift coupon!! Hurry up!I First| come first served, no rain checks, please!! Big $00le! ! MANDARIN 2167 N. Decatur IMPORTS 702-646- i 818