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i  i I ? Obituaries Bethine Howard pahrump Valley Gazette, Thursday, November 6, 1997 25 Pahrump, Nevada. He was born on July 27,1926in Denver, Colo, nieces, Barbara A. Nelson Bethine Elva Howard, 66, died at her residence in Pahrump, Nevada, on October I 1, 1997. She was born on October 31, 1930, in California. An Insurance secretary, she was a seven year resident of Pahrump. She is survived by her husband, Hal Howard of Pahrump; sons, Randell and Dale Fritchen; daughters, Kathy Bartolome, Jodene McCaslin, Linda Wilson and Beverly Holloday; sister, Shirley Warner; 14 grandchildren and six great grandchildren. Arrangements were handled by Desert Memorial Cremation and Burial Society, Las Vegas. Bill Waldroop Bill Dean Waldroop, 62, died on November 2, 1997 in Pahr- ump, Nevada. He was born on November 4, 1934 in Tulsa, Okla. Retired from the North Las Vegas Public Works Department, he was a three year resident of Pahrump. He is survived by his wife Dorthey of Pahnmap; sons Billy D. Waldroop, Jr. and Tim Waldroop, both of Las Vegas; daughter, Cathy Waldiop of Grants Pass, Oregon; step daughters, Marcella Michinon of Las Vegas, Patreicia Kerrey of CaUfomia and Rebeca J. Woods of Pahrump; 13 grandchildren and seven great grand- children. Services were held on November 5. Arrangements were handled by the Pahrump Family Mortuary. Curtiss Lingo, Jr. Curtiss Harry Lingo, Jr. , 71, died November 2, 1997 in Legals APPLICATION FOR WATER NO. 63451 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that on the 19th day of September 1997, Rupert Bragg-Smith of Las Vegas, Ne- vada made application to the State Engineer of Nevada for permission to change the point of diversion, manner and place of use of 0.0084 cfs, a portion apply for a new license during November, 1997. Don Riffle Business License Clerk Publish: 11/6/97, 11/20/97 NOTICE OF VACANCIES The Nye County Board of Commissioners has established the Nevada Science and Tech- nology Corridor (NSTC) Ad- of water heretofore appropri- visory Board. This board has ted under PermJ.t 13951. W,a,. bee:l!hed to advise the NyF'offnffy Cormmssaonze ler will be diverted om an underground source at a new point located within th NEll4 EI/4 of Section 33, T.:ZOS.,  .54E., MDB&M or at a point from which the NE comer of s aid Section 33.beartN8 ' 00" E a distanc-e  OW3T84.00 "feet (North of Ganbird and Nevada Rte 160). %VaterAwill be used for commercial pur- regarding issues of concern re- lated to the development of the Nevada Science and Technol- ogy Corridor. The Board shall appoint ten . ('10) "at laTg" members to the advisory Board. The "at-large" members need not be residents of N.y*.t3atmty d, at the sole "discretion of the Board, such poses from January 1st o De- appointments may [epresent cember 31st of each yeas'Tt- :non-Nye Couniy lal gov- existingpointofdiversion'was: e'rr)n, eng,_school district(s) from an underground source and/or business, economic de- located within the NE 1/4 NW 1 / 4 of Section 3, T.20S., R.53 E., M.D.B.&M., or at a point from which the Nil4 comer of said Section 3 bears N. 45* 00' 00 E., a distance of 100,00 feet. Water was used for irrigation purposes from January I st to December 31 st of each y6hr R. Michael Tumipseed. P.E. State Engineer Publish: 10/23/9% 10/30/97, 11/6/97, 11/13/97 velopment or other groups which have an interest in the NSTC. The Board also shall ap- point a chairperson, who must be a resident of Nye County, andwho is not otherwise ap- pointed to the Advisory Board (as one of the members nomi- nated by t h e towns or appointed at-large). The Nye County Commis- sioners are requesting resume- qualificatiop letters for "at- ,,The Town Board ippr0,eda" large" members and a chair, m e t v c e person to be submitted to the r ri ty O i .at all penakis .......... ", ... or business licenses from I to Nye County Clerk s Office, 0 November. To avoid the P.O. Box 1031,Tonopah, Ne- lmnalties later, the bu0ll:e,  v9 no!atr :00 ._ff,-_r:, ,-:  u " '" '* t  . 9wner must come to th'l,wcr ..a hTh ',llibe  t " " 20 19 7 "   .... ": )ffice torenew their hccnsc or , ., ,, ,:  ..... ; , Pursuant to NRS 244.O85 (5);the Nye Count Board of C ommi, ssioners.=, will hold its second meeting of November on Tuesday, November 18, I997 at the Bob Ruud Community Center located at Highway 160 and East Basin Road Pahrump, Nevada. The meeting will begin at 8:30 a.m. Publish 11/6/97, 11113/97 Retired from the test site, he was an 18 year resident of Pahrump, coming from Calville Bay, Nev. He was a member of the VFW, Elks, Moose, American Legion and Marine Memorial Club in Las Vegas. He was a WW II Navy veteran. He is survived by his sons, Kim of Las Vegas and Curtiss; step daughter, Penny Nalll of Colorado; step son, Dave Merritt of Bakersfield, Calif. and six grandchildren. The Moose Lodge will announce the dateofamemorial service at a later date. Arrangements were handled by the Pahrump Family Mortuary. Barbara Blum Barbara (Bobbi) Theme Blum, 69, died October 31, 1997, in Pahrump, Nevada. She was born on September 5, 1928 in Bronxville, N.Y. Retired from the Office of United Food & Commercial World Union, she was a resident of Melfa, Va., for 10 years. She is survived by her husband, James of Melfa, Va.; son, James of Tampa, Fla.; daughter, Dorothee of Conestoga, Pa.; and Bonnie Breen, both of New York; nephews, Paul Nelson of North Bellmore, N.Y., Bill Breen of Carmichael, Calif. and Clint Breen of Boston, Mass. and grandchild Megan Pineiro. Private family services were held. Arrangements are being handled by the Neptune Society of Nye County. Court Pahrump, NV SEE MAP BELOW AND FOLLOW AUCTION SIGNS FOR DIRECTIONS AUCTIONEERS NOTE,: Due to health rons, Mr. & Mrs. John Osimki will sell at public auction their personal properly and their business known as O.T. SALVAGE and relocate in another arex 1979 Jeep Piclozp, 1973 Dodge Kenyv 19712-1/2TonChevy, 1966 Step Vm,, Gas DrivenTug,  Mtm, H0tse Trailer, Gas Ak Compress0c Waer Tank, Several Storage Trailers, BBQ Trailer, 1967 lxliac (needs testonxi), Platform  3 Wheel Grimm, Feaili, Sced, 3 pt. Hitch Auger, New Falgine Heads, Motc Asst Auto Parts, New Pown" T Man Steel Fence Posts, Wr Cookas, r  Winch Cable: Drill Press, Radial Arm Saw, Chcn Picker, Wood Lathe, Gcnmtors, Lawn Mower, Belt Sander, Torch Sea, Assorted Paints & Stains, 35' Scaffolding, Steam Cleaner, Mac Top Tool Box w[rools, 2-1/2 Dredge, Swamp Coolers, Stake Racks, AFrames, Shaper, Shapes Tools, Drum Smdet, Power Snake, Hydraulic Press, Concrete Trialing Machine, PrOpane Tanks, Asst. Chains, Windows, Doors, Tmek Tool B0x Electrical Suiipli,llag- tiamwa'e; nwetr, :, (new), Assonment of New Bolts, Portable Heaters, Roof Cement Old Apple Cider Press, Large Assortment Of Dolls, Mini Cut Glass, Antique Radio, Carved Camel Bar (very unusual piece), 486 Computer, VCR, Hobnail Glassware, Stereo, Merry-Go-Round, Old Gas Pump, Old Mandolin and Guitar, Antique OakDresser w/beveled Mirror, Doll Molds, Trunks, Antique Transit, Old Wicker Hall Table, Figurines (nice) NOTE: Owner reserves the right to reject any and all bids on all real estoUf PARCEL 1 - 2-I/2 acres w/2 family dwelling ConsiSting of 5 bedrooms, 3-1/2 baths, fueplace, garage w/attached woe00shop, PARCEL 2 - 044-231-12 (165'x305')Aplox. I-I/4 acres PARCEL3-044-231-11 (165'x305') Aplxx. I-I14 acres of most major edit cards tUU llUlI 10% buyers premium Sales tax charged $100 refundable bid card deposit Refreshments on grounds Over 600 Lots To Sell Phone ....... (702) 434-8930 ...... : .................... 751-5738 On-sit6.SalesManager : Randy Lee Available for any type of auction, your property or ours. ANNOUNCEMENTS DAY OF SALE TAKE PRECEDENCE OVER ALL PRINTED MATERIAL REAL ESTATE OFFERED : AT 12 NOON LII VIIn