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October 9, 1997

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Briefly Noted Pahrump Valley Gazette, Thursday, October 9, 1997 3 Valentino Fazzari Presents I st Annual Flu Shot available Marcia Sabala, Pahrump Se- County,USDA-RuralDevel- The Pahrump Community niorCenter, 1370BasinPahr- opment, University of Ne- Health Office will begin giv- ump, Nev. 89041. veda Center for Economic Deadline for filing is Oc- Development, UNR, Natural ing flu shots on Thursday, October 9. We will be visit- tober 15, 1997. Resource Conservation Ser- ing the Pahrump Senior Cen- Sadie Hawkins vice, University of Nevada School of Medicine, Office of ter on Thursday, October 9 dance Rural Health, Nevada Rural from 11 a.m. to noon. The Kiwanis Club ofPahr- School District Alliance, Ne- A Walk-In Clinic will also ump Valley is sponsoring a vadaAssociationofCounties, be held at the Community Sadie Hawkins Dance for NevadaBusiness Services and Health Office, 250 North seventh and eighth grade stu- the Nevada Commission on Highway 160, on Thursday, dents on Friday, October 17 Economic Development. October 9 between 2-4 p.m. from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. at the For more information or to Shots are $5 for adults ages Bob Rudd Community Cen- register for the Nevada Rural 18 and up. ter, Pahrump. Summit, call Buddy Borden Flu shots are also avail- Admissionis$3.Formore in Las Vegas at (702) 222- able by appointment. Call information, contact Judy 3130. Registration is $50 be- 751-7070. Vianna at 727-1038. fore OCt. 10, $65, thereafter. Friendship Club Pahrump Town Want better phone activities Hall Meeting service? Attend The Friendship Club of &apos; Congressman Jim Gib- the meeting Pahrump will he holding its bone of the Second Congres- monthly meeting on Friday, sionalDistrictofNevadawill Many rural Nevadans are October 10, at the Mountain hold a Town Hall Meeting in concerned about the quality View Casino at 8 a.m.. Pahrump on Thursday, Oc- of their basic phone service Otheractivitiesscheduled tober 16 at the Pahrump Se- and are unable to access the for October will be: nior Center, 1370 West Ba- Internet. On Tuesday, OCt. October 12 meet at Senior sin from 7-6 p.m. "I4, the Public Service Com- citizens center at 10 a.m. for mission will hold consumer a carpool to Gold Coast for Nevada Rural hearings in Tonopah and dancing and buffet. Summit in Hawthorne to hear about what Friday, October 17 at 4 Mesquite Nevadans want their phone p.m. Terrible's Town for service to provide. In addi- It's not too late to register tion, the Commission is seek- prime rib dinner, for the Nevada Rural Sum- Saturday, October 25 - ing public comment concern- Picnic, pot luck 1 p.m. at mit Oct. 15-16 in Mesquite. ing the need for extension of Petrack Park. This year the conference for service or improvements in Wednesday, October29- rural Nevadans will explore service in the rural areas dinner 5 p.m. at Cotton many issues including served by Nevada Bell. Pickin. volunteerism, federal lands The public hearings will For further information processes and telecommuni- start at 3 p.m. at the Tonopah call Gigi at 727-0723. cations. Convention Center, 301 Bowling benefit Community leaders, Brouer. The meeting will be ranc,hers, teachers and agency linked via teleconference to There will be a Cosmic staff can also expect to dis- the Mineral County Library Mystery Doubles Tourna- cuss and learn about the in- in Hawthorne, which is lo- ment on Saturday, October terrelated issues of rural cated at First and Eighth 11 at 6 p.m. at Mountain health, economic develop- streets. View. All proceeds from this ment, education, housing, in- Individuals and public in- tournament will go to the faro- frastructure and leadership, terest groups are encouraged ily of Lacey Van Sickel, who The conference is orga- to attend this session and was seiously injured in an nized by the Nevada Coop- voice their views about tele- auto accident. This will be a erative Extension, Clark scratch tournament and is communications service in open to all ages. Momitain View has donated two bowl- l;.,il.. Xr..n-=___.. lnr____.._! ing balls for first place win- ners. For details call 727-  T0nopah Ciinic L l[ 4822 or sign up at Mountain L] will be in Tonopah ]ILII View bowling desk. "/I--,/ o=t.bor AIRI!II Pahrump Sr.  15 +29 001,1" II Project Council II Front downstairs office-42 Belmont St. II II Appointments/Info, Call 452-6458 after 5 p.m, II vacancies II Dr. Linda will be in every other Wednedey I| ThePahrump Senior Cen- |1 8 e.m.-1 p.m.: Dogs, cats and other small animals, II ter is accepting letters of in- |1 including spays, neutering, dentistry, minor surgery, etc. l| terest for anyone interested 1_:30 p.m.- 3:30 p.m.: Horses, c0wl in being on the Pahrump Se- nior Center Project Council. I NIGHT CLINIC Illl There are two vacancies II ,t IlN Tonopah 5:30 p.m to 7:30 p.m.  ,L][-"]l to be filled. Letters ofinterest II RoundMoun00n: 3:30p.m. to 7:30p--.'.. "''71 I I  Lo,o,- Sky w,y v==no, c=-, I I should be forwarded to it Same dates as Tonopah Clinic I I 8' 101 T-Posts $3.00 6' Deer & Rabbit $80.56 7' 101 T-Posts $2.70 5' Deer & Rabbit $69.66 6' 101 T-Posts $2.25 4' Deer & Rabbit'S60.96 Chainlinl< Gates, Post and Fittings all priced to go! 000000Tiberti Fence Co. 560 Big Five Road 727-0500, FREE ESTIMATES IAccepted Daily Hours: Mon. - Fri. 7a.m. - 3:30p.m. I Nevada. For more information con- tact the Rural Telecommuni- cations Task Force at (702) 887-1222. Manse kindergartners need your help Kindergartners in Mrs. Mills' class are collecting alu- minum cans to learn about recycling and to earn money for educational materials for their classroom and school. In addition to recycling the cans, Manse students are pull- ing the tabs off the cans to donate to a girl who is in need of kidney dialysis. She re- ceives one free minute ofdi- aly.sis for each tab. If you would like to do- natecans, they can be dropped off at Manse Elementary School at any time. Look for the sign on the fence on the west side of the school and just toss your cans over. Thank you, Miss Mills. Small business information and loans Jim Cline, Financing Con- sultant for the Nevada Re- volving Loan Fund and Ru- ral Nevada Development Corp., will be at the Pahru_mp Chamber Office on October 13, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Anyone wishing to consult on a Small Business Loan or needing loan information may call the Chamber Office at 727-5800 for an appoint- ment. Mini 4-H/ Cloverbuds Youngsters ages three to seven are invited to join Mini 4-H/Cloverbuds. Leadership skills, crafts and outings are the club's activities. The next meeting is Fri- day, October 10 at 4 p.m. We will meet at the Cooperative Extension Office. A trip to an emu ranch is planned. For more information, call Jane at 727-5532. Yucca mountain acting project manager named On October 3, 1997, Russ Dyer was named Acting Project Manager for the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Yucca Mountain Site Characterization Project (YMP). Dr. Dyer holds a doc- torate in geology. He is as- suming responsibility for the UMP from the retiring Project Manager Wesley E. Barnes. Dyer will have overall respon- sibility for the study of Yucca Mountain as a potential site for the nation's first spent fuel and high-level radioactive waste repository. Country hoedown Join the festivities at Rose- mary Clarke Middle School Gym, Pahrump, on October 11 from 6:30-11 p.m. There will be live country music, line dancing, square dancing, dance demonstration and food concession. Tickets ate $5 for family and $2 for singles. For tickets call 727-9183. The hoedown is sponsored by the Grapevine Fellowship. IFestWa] C00tMina 15571 Celebrating the 16th Century Discovery of Catalina Island Hosted by Laura Hardng Featuring 00la| Cht The Cuban Mambo Queen Saturday, October 25 Descanso Beach Club on Catalina Island For island trel/Accom Calh Catalina Island Travel: (310) 510-2484 or Catalina Express: (310) 519-1212 For ticket information call: (818) 761-0300 Full day and night from noon to midnight $75 Evening show admission 8 p.m. Big This Week. = Check for these and other manager's specials Ever wonder why others are charging $249 or more on sale for this futon? At The Galle of Home Furnishings you can purchase this every day for $199.95 You might expect to pay a lot more for a glider, Not at The Gallery of Home Furnishings Reg. pdce for glider and ottoman is $189.95 Now $159.95 and that pdce includes the mattress. ./=e Gallery of Home Furnishings Hwy 160 Just South of Hwy 372 and TetTlble's Town Bed,,,= .d M, tt,=, St,,,. P==,=p St, no, m.  "--ram Living k Dining Room 8tore - Wheeler Spflnp Plaza 727-3600 Hours: Mon. - Sat. 9:00 a.m. - 5 p.m. BZ Financing O.A.C. Lay Away Gift Certificates _ Net vak[th my ottm offm or m iWmCs