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20 Thursday, October 9, 1997 Pahrump Valley Gazette Senior News TONOPAH SEN00 NEws ..... (702) 482-6450 by Irene Cessna One year ago, on September 30 we served our first meal in the new senior center facility. How time goes by. We are as proud of our center now as we were when we moved in. FREE 'LIVING TRUST' SEMINAR DO YOU WANT THE GOVERNMENT AND LAWYERS TO BE YOUR HEIRS? Because... NOW TS THE TIME LEARN HOW TO AVOID PROBATE TRANSFER FAMILY ASSETS QUICKLY & HASSLE FREE PROTECT YOUR FAMILY WITH A LIVING TRUST ELIMINATE UNNECESSARY ESTATE TAXES ELIMINATE PROBATE FEES (mmwcJv,maa,o* oamBurAm PUT CONTROL BACK WITH YOUR FAMILY MAINTAIN PERSONAL PRIVACY : WHEN $399.00 ] l'S0mv0",223"S7S7 ] Life-Time Changes Free j Remember, the health nurse will be at the center on Tuesday, October 21 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. for your annual flu shot. Be sure you have your Medicare card, Medicaid card, Senior Dimensions or authorized paperwork to present to the nurse. Otherwise, you will be required topay. Those under the age of 65 will also be required to pay for these shots. We send our sincere sympathy and condolences to the family of Dan Robb who passed away in Rent following a brief illness. His passing was a shock to the entire community. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family in their time of sorrow. Would you like to know about the future of Social Security and how it affects you? You are invited to attend a free two hour informational forum presented by the American Asso- ciation of Retired Persons (AARP). The forum is scheduled for Tuesday, October 21 from 6-8 p.m. at the Tonopah Convention Center. And the best part is that it's free. Donations this week fresh from the garden came from Sherry Page, Preston Causey, Joe and Barbara Dillinger, Rick and Donna Moils, and Carl Newberry and food items from Warehouse Market. Thanks so much to all of you. We appreciate your belp and kindness. MENU: October 9 - Beef stew w/vegetables October 10 - Pizza October 13 - Pepper patties October 14 -Turkey enchiladas October 15 - Baked ham i i i AMARGOSA SENIOR NEWS " (702) 372-5413 by Irene Osterhoudt Hi there, will be AA meetings at the Senior Center on Friday evenings starting at 7 p.m. The contact person will be Walter John Slack from Beatty. You can call Walter at (702) 553-2105. Welcome back folks. The senior center, seniors and Amargosa Valley were saddened by the loss of Claribel Dansby, our prayers and sympathy go out to her family and friends. This was a great lady. Welcome home to Bud and Dot Conner, I here all is doing well now. Earl and Penny McGhee are home from the Scottish games. MENU: October 14 - Burger steak October 15 - Sweet and sour chicken October 16 - Pinto beans B SE--MOR NEff-s (702) 553-2956 UE TO CIRCUMSTANCES BEYOND OUR CONTROL THE SENIOR NEWS WAS UN AVAILABLE AT PRESS TIME. PAH00 S00OR NEWS (702) 727-5008 UE TO CIRCUMSTANCES BEYOND OUR CONTROL THE SENIOR NEWS WAS UN AVAILABLE AT PRESS TIME. I lll SENIOR SERVICE LINE (702) 727-5008 Cold-Blooded Grandparents? There seems to be a new trend for gift-giving for new grandchildren that involves a fascinating medical technology that can become a lifesaver for the children themselves or members of their immediate families. Basically, the technology involves the harvesting and cold stor- age of umbilical cord blood from the umbilical cords of newborns. Cord blood, which used to be discarded in the past, has been found to be a rich source of stem cells that can be used in the treatment of medical conditions such as leukemia, lymphoma and anemia. Stem cells are routinely found in bone marrow and, as most of you know, bone marrow transplants between matching donors has been saving lives for years. The problem is that phrase-- matching donors. The match must be as close to perfect as possible. Some- times a donor can't be found even among the closest relatives, and national and international searches may need to be made. Too often, when a match is found, and the transplant is done, there may be a problem with rejection, even with the use of medications. However, the use of stem cells in umbilical cord blood helps avoid many of these problems. t Big. C Auction PUBHC AUCTION Saturday, Oct. 18 Benning at 10 a.m. LOCATION: 1310 Bank Ave. Pahrump, Nevada SEE MAP BELOW FOR DIRECTIONS ! (Bud Sauls) am quitting business and moving from the Pahrump area due to my age and health. We will sell the complete contents of consigannent and personal items iistl below, in appreciation for the support and friendship of the community we say thank you for everything and we will provide you with... FREE"FREE HOMEMADE CHILI LUNCH DAY OF THE SALE **ANTIQUES** PRIMrITVT.S**COLLECTIBLES** Old horse drawn baggy; wagon wheels, tron wheels, horse drawn walking plow, old pedestal grinder, old milk can cart, old platform scales, milk cans, two man crosscut saw, bucksaw, old lanterns, old well pumps, primitive hand tools, copper broiler, old chicken crate, old copper fire ext., galvanized water cans & coal buckets, good selection of primitives, old 40's army uniform, signed Jans Cagney oil painting, Victorian marble top table, 1915 razor sharpener, black figurine, Meerschaum pipe (old), bronze mountain man statue, Remington bronze coming thin the rye statue, Chades Russell bronze stagecoach statue, 40s ration stamp books, old toy metal 9un, 6 pc. Bauer bowl set, metal Marlboro sign, old chest, handmade quilt, 50s fur coat, many more items too numerous to list***"" **FURNrrURE**MISCELLANOUS** Oak bookcase secretary, refrigerator, hide-a-bed, credenza, end tables, bed room set, mirrors, pictures, French chest, French bedside table, entertainment cabinet, TV, leaded glass Tiffany-type lamp, arrowheads in frame, baseball cards, peace pipe, comic books, artist easel, lariat, Indian rugs, Asian hand tied rug, Roseville, marbles, Indian jawbone rattle, kerosene lamps, blue footed bowl, Nippon tea set, cast iron train, sm. cast iron bell, weather vane, 5 ft. set of steer horns, coins, bowie knife, lots more" 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 ust Member;. Associated 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