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Forum 1[i0000etm o Me4eere4ea o 81 4k I)1 ATV&apos;s o *Off | - - - Carblrmor Work o 681 IS, SL d*D 702-727-8230 Pahrump's Only Complete One Stop Music Mal Instruments; Lessons hies, Service, Rentals & Repair Camsettu TallHm npact Disk All lrylpn of Music Inducling SlminiJh StmrtJng at $.IHD tape $?.Sm 141 8, Bwll 100 A.rom $addle West Over 4,000 Plants in Stock Cactus Desert Plants. Succulents (00oz) sTs.l.S Blue Diameu& Nv 8t00t (702) 727-8155 ~ Fax (702) 727-6303 201 S. Frontage Rd. PRINTING, Inc. Quality offset printing done in PAHRUMP Monday-Friday 8am/Spm Saturday ~ lOam/Spm Member Pahrump Chamber of Commerce Beatty Chamber of Commerce Death Valley Chamber of Commerce DON'S RADIATOR SERVICE 'THE LF STOPS HERE" Com Coo end He S S:e 751-2000 Doug Grlpp 1060 e. 11drd St. ' Pahrump, NV 89041 (11drd and Center) vn. Subs . p/s .Club House. Pettymelt u. DAILY BURGER em o,s weome Ensign claims victory for southern Nevada transportation by Geoff Kreis PVG Staff Transportation concerns are important to Nevada resi- dents. Congressman John Ensign announced last week that help is on its way as a final congressional agreement was approved sending $20 million to southern Nevada. The Fiscal 1998 Transportation Appropriations Bill will fund the state' s projects which include a $2 million appropria- tion for Zinc Air Battery research at the Nevada Test Site (NTS). The Zinc Air Battery system is an alternative to fossil fuel and will primarily be used to power electric vehicles. The battery, if operational, could increase a car's performance and lower fueling costs. In a demonstration using a bus, the battery lasted for 200 miles in city traffic, offered superior climbing and cruising power, costs equal to gas prices, convenient refueling with 10 minute battery exchanges and safe and environmentally friendly operation. The zinc battery project is being conducted through a partnership with the Electric Fuel Corporation Ltd. and the Center for Sustainable Technology, which is associated with Bechtel National. The recent opening of the NTS to certain commercial organizations has given the project a suitable home for current testing. Other projects included $5 million for a monorail system in Las Vegas that will run between Cashman Field and the Las Vegas Convention Center, $5 million for a new air traffic control tower at the North Las Vegas Airport and $8 million for the Clark County Regional Transportation Commission to buy new CAT buses. "These projects are designed to improve the quality (of transportation) in l_as Vegas and I'm confident they will do just that," Ensign said. "It's always gratifying to fight so hard for something and then see it through." The CAT bus purchase was reduced by $500,000 from its original proposal and Ensign said he was disappointed. Ensign said that even though the cut came as the bill moved through the Senate Appropriations Committee, the agree- ment is a big victory for southern Nevada. "Let's keep this in mind that we're doing more than throwing money at our needs," Ensign said. "These are quality projects that will make real improvements." HELPING OUT- Two weeks ago the Gazette made an error with a brief. We would like to correct our mistake. The Sonyco Lion's Club presented the Lang family Obituaries Eva Fishel Eva L. Fishel, 66, died October 8, 1997, at her residence in Amargosa Valley, Nevada. She was born on May 4, 1931 in O'Donnell, Texas. She was a member of the VFW Ladies Auxiliary, Post 6826 and a retired columnist for the former "Death Valley Gateway Gazette." She is survived by daughters, Brenda Dymond of Amargosa Valley, Lynda McFarlane of Absarokee, Mont., Joy Nail of Las Vegas, Nev., Jeanne Davison of Tomball, Texas; sons, Mel Pearson of Rathdrum, Idaho, Jonathon Allen of Whitney, Texas and Clifford Turner of Carlin, Nev.; brother, Weldon Wright of Kermit, Texas and sister, Floy Davison of Henderson, Nev.; 15 grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Graveside services were held Amargosa Desert Valley Cemetery. Arrangements were handled by Palm Mortuary - Cheyenne, Las Vegas. Mortgage Life Insurance If your mortgage loan outlives you, it can help make sure your family's home remains "Home Sweet Home." omce 751.1515 ,**left Banser 131! S. Hwy t,60 Fax 751-1616 Res 751-2474 State farm Insurance Company, Home Office: Bloomington, Illinois with a check for $700. The Moose Lodge was a meeting place and not involved with the check presentation. The Lang's home was damaged by the recent flooding in the valley. Laurie Rogers oftheFamilyResource Center brought the family,s concerns to theMooseLodgewhen it was learned that the Langs couldn't afford the repairs on their own. Pictured left to right are: Georgina Errett, Laurie Rogers, Clara Cook, King Lion AI Cook, Joann Barner (kneeling), Laura Lang, Terri Lang, Kerri Lang, Zone Chairman Bob Peterson, Mike Dunn Nancy Dunn, Joanne Abbamonto, and Andy McMurray i REVERT WEDDING--Brenda Joanne Revert was married to Frank William Jarvts on September 20 at his parent's home in Bishop, Calif. The bride's daughters, Kayla and Karli Rust were members of the wedding party, while Robbie Boteilho attended Joanne,and Jarvis' cousin, Neal Jarvis was best man. Joanne is Nye County'Commissioner Bobby Revert's daughter and Frank is a deputy sheriff in Beatty. i i ! <53-2626  O' .