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26 Thursday, September 18, 1997 Pahrump Valley Gazette Street Stock Standings September 13, 1997 (1) Michael Hildebrand, 1173; (2) Alan Levinson, 1094; (3) Jimmy Kimball Jr., 994; (4) Tom Baird, 951; (5) Homer Rush Jr., 942; (6) Miles Petards, 893; (7) Levi Kiefer, 785; (8) Steve Gertson, 751; (9) David Day, 650; (10) Robert Taylor, 641; (11) Mike Nesteby, 634; (12) Charles Evans, 596; (13) Jason Lee, 582; (14) Sam Owens, 566; (15) Robert Taylor, 467; (16) Evert Jones, 371; (17) Terry Sligar, 369; (18) Keith Gott Jr., 359; (19) Tim Flessati, 350; (20) Dale Daffern, 341; (21) Steve Schohen, 328; (22) Dannie Holding, 319; (23) Jack Bickel, 315; (24) Harley Cook, 312; (25) Steve Hamrick, 276; (26) Dan Southwell 258; (27) Carl Allman, 249; (28) Steve Taylor, 222; (29) Anthony DeBiase, 217; (30) Wyatt Ehrp, 210; (31) J.C. Hilbig, 203; (32) Gary Erwin, 200; (33) Preston Sullivan, 164; (34) Terry Tanner, 114; (35) Steve Evenson, 98; (36) Pat Ford, 91; (37) Steve Beneke, 80; (38) Charles Burnett, 43; (39) Larry Nottingham, 34; (40) Reggin Ford, 34; (41) James Ray, 34; (42) Mark Hedges, 7. Dwarf Car Standings September 13, 1997 (1) Bob Clark, 643; (2) Jay Ewing, 627; (3) Jay A. Them, 544; (4) Brandon Conrad, 521; (5) Corey Lasiter, 457; (6) Donald Miller, 450; (7) Jim Bonetti, 442; (8) Mike O'Neill, 406; (9)Bryan Schuette, 386;(10) Mark Dillie,373; (1l) Robert Ewing, 358; (12) Ronnie Williams, 356; ( 13)Anthony Mann, 315; (14) Preston Sullivan, 200; (15) Angelo Monticelli, 193; (16) John Beck, 147; (17) Tammie Tarbertt, 130; (18) Skip Hempler, 120; (19) Noel D. Wyeko, 59; (20) Jeff Jensen, 58;(21) Ron Blair, 54; (22) Dan Palermo, 50 IMCA Point standings September 13, 1997 (1) Jim Perkins, 580; (2) Jason Pike, 533; (3) Phil Clendennin, 487; (4) Dan Fitzgerald, 483; (5) Wyatt Ehrp, 469; (6) Dave Erwin, 446; (7) Frank Bridwell, 442; (8) Leland Hibdon, 423; (9) Robin Ruud, 399;(10) Deane Fountain, 361; (11)Jim Wulfenstein, 308; (12) John Jewell, 217; (13) Larry Mechek, 184; (14) Mike Berger, 177; (15) Brad Hopper, 176; (16) Jim Justice, 136; (17) Robert Smotherton,130; (18) Donald Berger, 127; (19) Neal Grabowski, 119; (20) Levi Kiefer, 106; (21) Ray Elam, 97; (22) Donavon Allison, 79; (23) Harry Anderson, 63; (24) Linda Deines, 61; (25) Jim Deines, 60; (26) Allen Crumpler, 58; (27) Steve Giannini, 55; (28) James Kimball, 52; (29) George Scott, 47; (30) Bill Gates, 46; (31) Joe Gonella J 33; (32) Mellott Vermon, 32; (33) Anthony Hornyak, 30 (34) Randy Thornell, 24. 1 I I I I Sign up today at RadioShack and receive: Special! s50 mail-in rebate from PRIMESTAR $149.99 regular installation FREE! 1st month of PRIME Entertainment s $43.99 suggested retail price FREE! 1st month of Muitichannei Showtime $12.99 suggested retail price " FREE[ PBIMEFINI)EB TM universal remote control $24.99 value (provided by installer) 27" to 39" diameter outdoor mini-dish antenna Up to a $230 Value !' 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To enter, send one origi- nal poem, any subject and any style, to: The National Library of Poetry, Suite 19813, 1 Poetry Plaza, Owings Mills, MD 21117- 6282 or go to www.poetry.com. The poem should be no more than 20 lines, and the poet's name and address should appear on the top of the page. Entries must be postmarked or sent via the internet by September 30, 1997. A new contest opens October 1, 1997. CCNGS Monthly meeting The Clark County Nevada Genealogical Society (CCNGS) will hold their monthly meeting on Thurs- day September 18 at 7 p.m. at the Katherine Center (Refor- marion Lutheran Church, 580 East St. Louis), Las Vegas. The meeting this mon ' celebrates the Society's 21 birthday. The meeting in- dudes election and installa- tion of officers for the 1997- 98 year and the Annual Heri- tage Potluck with cake and ice cream. The public is invited to bring their favorite family. dish and join in an evening of enjoyable exchange of fam- ily stories and traditions as well as good food. Meetings are open to the public interested in doing Family I-I R'ch, For further information CCHGS can be reached by Voice Mail at 225-5838 or by e-mail: CCNGS @ JUNO.COM,