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Pahrump Valley Gazette, Thursday, January 2, 1997 21 Assistant Sheriff Richard Marshall South Africa Bound SheriffWade A l .iescke Jr.. announced today that Assistant Sheriff Richard Marshall has been selected by the Citizen Ambassador Program, ot People tc People International, as a delegate member of a team of law enforcement professionals from the United States to travel to the Republic of South Africa in March of 1997 for the purpose of reforming that county's Department of Corrections. The Citizen Ambassador Program of People to People International will coordinate this exchange. People to People was founded in 1956 by President Dwight D. Eisenhower to improve communications between America and the citizens of other countries. President Eisenhower initially assigned the program's management and operation to the U.S. State Depart- ment. When he left office in 1961, the organization was restructured as People to People International, a nonpolitical, private sector activity. Since that time, Presidents Kennedy, Johnson, Nixon, Ford, Reagan, Bush; and Clinton have sup- ported its goals by serving as honorary chairmen. The Citizen _Ambassador Program, one of several People to People Interna- Tonal activities, arranges professional exchanges in such dis- ciplines as medicine, business, law, education, agriculture, energy, finance, industrial technology, and the basic sciences. SheriffLieseke stated that Assistant SheriffRichardMarshall was chosen for his expertise and knowledge in the areas of Amargosa Theatre Auditions will be held for Missoula Children's Theatre production of Beauty Lou and the Country Beast January 6, in the cafeteria of the Amargosa Elementary School from 3 - 5 p.m. Those auditioning should arrive at 2:45 p.m. and plan to stay for the full two hours. Some of the cast members will be asked to stay for a rehearsal immediately following the audi- tions (5:30 - 7:30). Among the roles to cast are Beauty and her sisters, Dusty and Slim the farmhands, Fleabite Clyde the dog, the Country Folk and the Barnyard Critters. Students ages 5 - 18 are encouraged to audition. No advance preparation is necessary. Assistant Directors will also be cast to aid in rehearsals through- Briefly Noted training (both at the basic academy level and in the area of continuing advanced officer training), educational program development, instrttor development and security designs. "He will be presenting two technical briefings to the South African government on architectural security and training programs." Additionally, Sheriff Lieseke stated that this is yet another example of the recognition that his agency has received. "It is quite an honor lor Rick and the law enforcement profession in Nevada to have a representative from our state participate in this delegation and serves to validate the type of professional law enforcement agency that we have developed and one that all of Nye County can be proud of." "The corrections profession in South Africa has had major changes in the past five years since the end of apartheid and since Nelson Mandela took office as the first president of an interracial government and they are reaching out to the United States and other countries for help." Assistant Sheriff Richard Marshall is currently assigned to the Nye County Sheriff' s Office South Operations and Support Services where some of his duties include; supervising the agency's Africa Regional Training Academy, Continuing Education, In-service Training programs and the field Training Evaluation Programs. out the week and to take on essential backstage responsibilities Migsoula Children's Theatre (MCT) touring productions are complete with costumes, scenery, props and makeup. The MCT Tour Actor/Directors will conduct rehearsals throughout the week from 3 to 5 p.m. and from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Beauty Lou and the Country Beast will be presented on Saturday. January 11, at the Amargosa Valley Community Center. The MissoulaChildren's Theatre residency in Amargosa Valley is presented locally by the Amargosa Elementary Stu- dent Council with support from the Amargosa Schoo! PTA, Administration and Staff. For more information, call Amargosa Elementary School, Dr. Crane or Delores. (702) 372-5324 P Desert plants available to public The Bureau of Land Man- agement, the U,S. Forest sex: vice, the Nevada Department of Transportation and the Mas- ter Gardeners from the Uni- versity of Nevada Coopera- tive Extension are cooperating on a desert plant sale on Satur- day, January 4, 1997. Several hundredjoshuatrees, blue yuc- cas, and Mojave yuccas wil ! be available to the public along Highway 160 (Blue Diarnond highway) just west of spring Mountain Pass, in an area des- ignated for highway widen- ing. Plants must be dug up by the buyer, and are limited to 10 per family. The cost is $5 per plant regardless of size. Plants intended for commercial re- sale will require a tag fro- he Department of Agriculture at $1 per tag. Parking will be in desig- nated areas only, individuals ar asked to follow the appro- priate signs. For safety rea- sons, no parking will be per- mitted along highway 160. Buyers must provide their own tools for digging and remov- ing the plants, including tarps and wheelbarrows for large plants and plastic pots for shrubs. Protective clothing, gloves and sturdy shoes are recommended. Some plants are located a'considerable dis- tance from the roadway and parking area, therefore walk- ing some distances may be re- quired. The Master Gardeners are also asking the public's assis- Looking for the Best Cigars in the valley? We have them! G.P.C ....................... $12.41 + tax Gunsmokes ............ $10.77 + tax allstate "-- IWe Buy Cars For Cashl 727-1050 II ' " _ " tance in establishing desert gardens at participating el- ementary schools in Clark and Nye counties. Individuals are asked to dig up a plant for use in these desert gardens during the plant salvage. There is no cost for the plants donated for this purpose. Please contact Richard Leifried at 222-3130 for more information about the Master Gardeners program. Helping Hands of Pahrump PAHRUMP - Our newly formed organization is now NOTICE operating Monday thru Fri- day from 10a.m. to3p.m. We provide transportation by van, five days a week, to Las Ve- gas for all types of health- related services. We also offer transporta- tion and assistance to all those in need with respect to such items as shopping, doctor ap- pointments, errands & respite locally. We do need more volun- teers so  call (702) 727- 6111, Monday thru Friday and join us in this worthy cause. NOTICE NOTICE Don't Forget ...... / Ship Early Fast Computerized Service UPS Fed Ex Mall * Next Day * Parcel Packing & Supplies No Parking Problems No Long Lines Good Ole' Bob 0re  Another Store Mall N' Message SIE0000CE.00 A full service surveying firm Boundary Surveys * Subdivisions Topography Improvement Location Surveys Full Construction Staking Surveys Plot & Grading Plans Residential Commercial Central Vacuum Systems Aulhorized Royal, Riccar, Silent Master and Alpine Air Dealer t,P RepOt Most Makes and Models 2220 E. Nevada West Pahrump, 89048 M-F 101o6 Owner So19to5 Mike Bolen Ph# 727-6066 1-800-737-8089 NOTICE NOTICE BURN PERMITS REQUIRED The Pahrump Valley Fire Department will be issuing "Burn Permits" beginning January 2, 1997. All residents wishing to burn in the Town of Pahrump must pick up a burn permit at the Pahrump Valley Fire Department, 358 N. Highway 168 between the hours of 8:88am and 5:88 pm Monday thru Friday. There is no charge associated with the issuance of a burn permit. If you have any questions in regards to this permit process, please do not hesitate to contact the fire department at 727-5658. PAHRUMP VOLUNI"00LrR FIRE DLqMRTMENT CONTROL BURN PERMIT r; AcCOJlE wrJ'#.Lro 2# rintg.4 PL (OltlGINJIL TO I'RMffTLe I.fltlllt# 411TllOllll"f TO IlETAIII l'Olql PLP__ 1001 Physical Address: Nearest X-Street,j A ,J!  L Mailing Address: P L E SAMPI City: St: I r-" ,_,_. SAMPLE Signurqr/F-rm,tg:e:-'------''-----" "- c" ,', t r'a ,.) /'- IVI [- L_ L_ J /- IVI i- Signature - PVFD Representative Signature verifies permittee shell conduct control bums in a safe and controlled manner. IF YOUR F/RE GETS' OUT OF CONTROL ........... C, ALL 911 IMMEDIATELY. ................ li[I  I ....... I  "l  .... ..... -,--;,"r-, .a t%