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14 Thursday, September 25, 1997 Pahrump Valley Gazette Baker added to Nevada Firefighter's Memorial The name of Timothy Baker, a Nevada Test Site firefighter killed during a 1986 wiidland fire, will be included on the Nevada Firefighter's Memorial in Carson City during formal ceremonies on Saturday, October 11. Baker is one of three Nevada fn'efighters whose names will be added to the list of those who have given their lives in the line of duty. Also to be included on the memorial are the names of Fred W. Steiner, Jr. and George Harris. The ceremonies will begin at 10 a.m. at the Nevada Firefighters Memorial, which is located on the east side of I Mills Park, off Saliman Road in Carson City. Members of the Harris, Steiner and Baker families are expected to attend the ceremonies, which are open to the public. Timothy Baker was employed by E.G.&G. as a firefighter at the Nevada Test Site. He was battling a wildland fire on a remote area of the Test Site on June 28, 1986, working with a bulldozer operator in cutting a fire line in an attempt to halt the advance of the fast-moving blaze. When the 3-mile wide front of the fire advanced on their position, Baker was unable to escape the flames. He was evacuated from the scene of the accident to Las Vegas by air, then transported by ambulance to the University Medical Center burn unit. Despite making progress toward recovery in the two weeks that followed the accident, he died on July 17, 1986. With the addition of Timothy Baker, five Las Vegas area firefighters will be recognized on the Nevada Firefighter's Memorial for giving their lives in the liae of duty. The Nevada Firefighter's Memorial, Inc. is a tax exempt, nonprofit organization which constructed the memorial in 1994 through donations. For more information, call Steve Frady at (702) 687-4350. Make all your dreanas core true with a Home Equity Credit Line. No fees. No closing costs. No hassles. Have an existing home equity credit line with another bank? Our rates are probably better! Call Nevada State Bank today and take advantage of our low, low rates. . .... :Introductory F!a rd" Apply today, call 1-800-789 4671 Or visit our branches located at 601 State Hghway 160, Pahrump 727-7850 and 111] State Hghway 160, Pahrump 727-7859 NEVADA STATE BANK We take your business personally- Member FDIC Equal Housing Lender "Special six month introductory offer Is prime minus 2.00% variable which is currently 8.50% APR. The regular rate which will take effect six months after your loan begins is a variable rate based on the amount of equity you have in your home and the prime interest rate. As of 08/13/97 the prime rate ts 8.50%. Regular rate of 9.25% APR based on loan to value ratio of 25% or less. If your loan-to-value ratio is 26-50% your regular rate will be 9.75% APR, 51-70 10.25% APR, 71-80% 10.50% APR, 81-90% 11.50% APR, 91-100% t2.50% APR. The maximum APR is 25% Nevaaa State Bank's prime rate is defined in the loan documentation. All rates are based on the prime rate in effect on the date of your HECL agreement. Actual rates may vary. Property values will he determined by the bank, If the line is not used once during a calendar year, s $50 fee will be assessed. Property insurance requ, ired. Check with your tax advisor regarding tax deductibility of interest. Offer available on HECLs up to $250,Q60. Some restrictions may apply such as raconveyance fees, appraisal fees, etc. Subject to change without notice.