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12 Thursday, October 9, 1997 Pahrump Valley Gazette Service Forum Pahmmp Housesltting Services We provide housesitting services while you are away from your home,  /e: -- Check your house , .r Feed your animals .r Water your plants Whatever is needed, your house is in hands 7 days a week Give us a 751-2159 Chinese Health Balls A perfect gift of well being. $10 with your nllmc & Adcllss to Mandarin Iml 2167 N. Dt.M.ur IIIvd Las Yegav NV 89108 Pahrump Valley Insurance Life , Group Medical 727-5700 Phone & Fax Roger W. Burnley C.L.U. *Light Fixtures *Cell/ng Fans *Lamps *Bulbs *Intercoms *Central Vacs Golden Eagles Children's Martial Arts [ { ) Academy & Supply \\;a"/ Nye County arrest in Shoshone SHOSHONE--Nye County deputies made an arrest at Shoshone following a high speed chase which began 40 miles north in Amargosa, Nev. When stopped by a deputy in Amargosa for reckless driving with a child in the vehicle, as the deputy got out to talk to him he tried to run over the officer and then sped away. Charles W. Barrackman, 55 years old of Amargosa was placed in custody by J.Cohan and B. Becht about noon on fxAc00 October 17th 727-7172 IMCA Dwarf Street Stock $8 Adults Race Starts at 6p.m. $6 Seniors Pit gate opens at 3:00p.m. Admission gate at 4:00p.m $ 5 Juniors i Tuesday October 7. He had refused to pull over the Ford crew cab pickup when pursued and was driving in a reckless manner with his three year old son. He was stopped and cornered by police cars in Shoshone. He refused to obey officers and get out of the pickup even after repeated requests. The deputies then broke the window and removed him from the vehicle. His son remained in the crew cab. Barrackman then tried to run and was tackled to the ground and cuffed. His son was taken by an EMT to the nearby health center for safety. Nye County charges are assault with a deadly weapon (pickup truck), eluding an officer, battery on an officer, resisting arrest, obstructing an officer and child endan- germent. Even though the arrest was made by Nye County Depu- ties, Barrackman was trans- ported and held in Indepen- dence, California because the arrest was made in Inyo County. He now faces three additional counts in Inyo County which are assault on a peace officer, malicious mischief and attempted es- cape. The boy was taken to Pahr- ump by Deputy Becht until his mother could be reached. Nuke waste bill "unfavorable" Washington D.C.---Con- gressman John Ensign an- nounced that the House Re- sources Committee has given an "unfavorable" ruling 'to HRI270, a bill that would allow the country's nuclear waste to be stored at Yucca. Mountain. "Our fight, how- ever, is not over. But this is the biggest victory to date in our fight with the nuclear in- dustry to prevent Nevada from becoming the country's nuclear waste dump." En- sign and Rep. Jim Gibbons have lobbied hard for the de- feat of the bill. Amargosa River Tots pageant Amargosa Valley Veter- ans days presents Amargosa River Tots pageant on No- vember 8, 8 a.m. at the mul- tipurpose building. Open to ages 0-1, 1-3 and 3-6. Categories will be for each age group: best dressed, cutest, bright eyes, best smile and over all king and queen. Sponsored by Amargosa Chamber of Commerce, 40 Bar, Crystal and Mathaney's Short Branch Saloon, Crys- tal. All entries must be in by October 24. Please send wal- let size picture (may not get back) for further information please call (702) 372-5459. Mail to Baby Pageant, HCE 69 Box 401 W. Amargosa Valley, NV 89020. PAHRUMP FAMILY DS DENTAL Jeffrey A. Meckfessel; D.D.S. 2340 Calvada Blvd. Suite #1 Pahrump, NV 89048 Tel: 702-751-5888 MOST INSURANCE COMPANIES ACCEPTED I I