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% Legals PUBLICATION OF NOTICE Smoky Valley Library Dis- trict is accepting applications for a library aide. This is a regular- intermittent position with hen- efits, paid vacations and sick leave. Responsibilities include working every Saturday 8 to 5, working as a substitute librarian, and general cleaning. This posi- tion requires knowledge of basic library work skills, some com- puter knowledge, and good typ- ing skills. Must work well with the general public. A library skills test will be given. Applications may be obtained at the Round Mountain Public Library, Hadley Circle, P.O. Box 1265, Round Mountain, Nevada 89045 or call ' Diane Canfield at 702-377-2215 for information. Deadline for ap- plications is June 20, 1997. Publish: 6/5 & 6/12 NOTICE OF SALE OF VEHICLE TO SATISFY LIEN Notice is hereby given that the undersigned lien holder will sell to the highest bidder, for cash, the following described vehicle; 1983 Ford, Vin #1FTDE14F9DHA0155 1 Owner Lovell I. Burris and Ford Motor Credit Sale will be concluded at the place of business of the under- signed on June 29, at 8 a.m., dated this June 3, 1997. Brown Parker Towing Goldfield, Nevada sig. J.R. Ridgway owner Publish: 6/5/97 NOTICE OF PROPOSAL OF BILL NO. 97.07 NYE COUNTY ORDINANCE NO. NOTICE OF FILING AND PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT BILL NO. 97-07, Nye County Ordipance No. entitled: AN ORDINANCE AU- TItORIZlNGTHEJUSTICES OF THE PEACE WITHIN NYE COUNTY TO IMPOSE AN ADMINISTRATIVE AS- SESSMENT FOR THE PRO- VISION OF COURT FACILI- TIES; PROVIDING FOR THE IMPOSITION OF THE AD- DITIONAL ADMINISTRA- TIVE ASSESSMENT FOR A PERIOD NOT TO EXCEED TWENTY-FIVE YEARS; PROVIDING FOR THE COL- LECTION OF THE ADDI- TIONAL ADMINISTRA- TIVE ASSESSMENT; RE- QUIRING THE MONEY SO COL TO BE PAID TO THE COUNTY TREA- SURER; SPECIFYING THE PERMITTED USES FOR THE MONEY; PROVIDING THAT APPLICATION OF THE ORDINANC3g SHALL BE PROSPECTIVE ONLY; PROVIDING FOR TIIESEV- EP, AmlXrY,CON- STrlXrrlONALrI AND EF- FEC'TIVE DATE HEREOF; A OTIEgR MATTERS PROPERLY RELATING T HER E T O was proposed and read by title to the Board ofNye Cotmty Com- missioners at its meeting held on the 3rd day of June, 1997. A copy of said ordinance has been filed with the Nye County Clerk, and is available for public inspection at the office of said County Clerk, at the Nye County Courthouse in Tonopak, Nevada. A public hearing on the said ordinance will be held on the t7th day of June, 1997, at the hour of 10:00 o'clock a.m., in the Bob Ruud Community Center, 150 East Basin and Highway 160, Pahrump, Nevada. at which time further discussion regarding said ordinance, including public com- ments, will be held. Dated this 3rd day of June, 1997 Juanita "Arte" Robb, Nye County Clerk and Ex-Officio Clerk of the Board Publish: 6/5/97 NOTICE OF PROPOSAL OF BILL NO. 97-08 NYE COUNTY ORDINANCE N O . NOTICE OF FILING AND PUBLIC HEARING AN ORDINANCE AMENDING TITLE 6 OF THE NYE COUNTY CODE BY REPEALING CHAP- TERS 6.04, 6.08, 6.12, 6.16, 6.20 AND 6.24 IN THEIR EN- TIRETY AND REPLACING THEM WITH A NEW CHAP- TER 6.04, ENTITLED "ANI- MAL CONTROL, INSPEC- TION, LICENSING AND REGULATION"; DELIN- EATING THE AUTHORITY OF THE NYE COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSION- ERS ("BOARD") RELATING TO ANIMAL CONTROL; PROVIDING DEFINITIONS FOR CHAPTER 6.04; PRO- VIDING THAT THE BOARD MAY PROMULGATE REGULATIONS AND FEE SCHEDULES TO CARRY OUT THE PROVISIONS OF THE CHAPTER; DELIN- EATING THE SHERIFF'S DUTIES AND FUNCTIONS; PROVIDING FOR THE LI- CENSING OF DOGS; PRO- VIDING FOR THE COLLEC- TION OF DOG LICENSING FEES; PROVIDING FOR THE ISSUANCE OF RE- CEIPTS AND LICENSE TAGS FOR THE LICEN- SURE OF DOGS; PROVID- ING FOR THE RENEWAL OF DOG LICENSES; PRO- VIDING FORTHE KEEPING OF A LICENSE REGISTER; SPECIFYING THE EXCEP- TIONS TO THE PROVI- SIONS OF CHAPTER 6.04; DELINEATING THE USES FOR THE LICENSE AND IMPOUNDMENT FEES; PROVIDING THAT IT IS UNLAWFUL TO RESIST OR OBSTRUCT AN ANIMAL CONTROL OFFICER; PRO- VIDING FOR INSPEC- TIONS; PROVIDING FOR A RIGHT OF ENTRY; RE- STRICTING THE NUMBER OF CATS AND DOGS PER- MITTED IN ONE HOME; PROVIDING FOR A PET FANCIER'S PERMIT; PRO- VIDING FOR A COMMER- CIAL KENNEL LICENSE; SPECIFYING RESTRIC- TIONS ON THE KEEPING OF FOWL; SPECIFYING RESTRICTIONS ON THE KEEPING OF LIVESTOCK; REQUIRING RESTRAINT AND SANITATION; PRO- VIDING FOR THE IM- POUNDMENT OF STRAYS; PROVIDING A RELEASE PROCEDURE FOR IM- POUNDED ANIMALS; PRO- VIDING FOR SPAYING AND NEUTERING IN CONJUNC- TION WITH RELEASE; PROHIBITING THE RUN- NING AT LARGE OF ANI- MALS; SPECIFYING THE DUTY TO IMPOUND ANI- MALS WHICH ARE RUN- NING AT LARGE; REQUIR- ING THE USE OF NON-LE- THAL MEANS OF CAP- TURE; PROVIDING FOR THE KEEPING OF AN ANI- MAL BITE RECORD; PRO- HIBITING THE KEEPING OF VICIOUS DOGS; PRO- HIBITING THE RELEASE OF THE ANIMAL OF AN- OTHER; PROHIBITING THE PERMITI]NG OF AN ANIMAL TO ATTACK THE ANIMAL OF ANOTHER; PROHIBITING ABANDON. MENT OF ANIMALS; PRO- VIDING FOR PROTECTIVE CARE BY OFFICERS; PRO- HIBITING POISONING OF ANIMALS; PROHIBITING THE PLACING OF DAN- GEROUS SUBSTANCES ON Continued on page 30 =,=sta,rso=,00=St ]l Appointments/Info, Call 482-6453 after 5 p.m. Dr. Lind will be in every_ other Wednesday 8 a.m.- 1 p.m.: Dogs, eats and other small animals, including spays, neutering, dentistry, minor surgery, etc. 1:30 p.m. - 3:30 p,m.: Horses, cows, etc. nop 5:30 p.m to 7:30 p.m.  J| Round Mountain: 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. J] , s 9' as T"e Can2. _ I I BEATTY RAILROAD DAYS Experience Some History of the 1900-1920 Sponsored By THE BEATFY MUSEUM & HISTORICAL SOCIETY JUNE 7 & 8, 1997 BEATrY, NEVADA Gas Engine Display, Model Train Display, Antique Car Show Open Market Fair, Button Sales, Box Social, Outdoor Theater Presentation, C.rafts, Kangaroo Court, Food Vendors,, Pig Roasts, Horseshoe Pitch Native American Lecture LOTS OF HISTORY PARADE ALL-A-BOARD FLOAT CONTEST Saturday, 9:00 a.m. Parade Starts 10:00 a.m. WAGON and/0r BIKE PARADE Sunday 2:30 p.m. COSTUME THEME 1900-1920's VENDOR INFORMATION (702) 553-2967 Pahrump Valley Gazette, Thursday, June 5, 1997 27 Service Forum Over 4,000 Plants in Stock Cactus Desert Plants Succulents r.o =,.. (702) 875-1968 I$74[O mete Diamoml fax (702) $7|-1013 Blue Dtamend, Nv 80004 (702) 727-8155 ~ Fax (702) 727-6303 201 S. Frontage Rd. PRINTING, Inc, Quality offset printing done in PAHRUMP Monday ~ Friday 8am/Spm Saturday ~ 10am/3pm Member Pahrump Chamber of Commerce Beatty Chamber of Commerce Death Valley Chamber of Commerce AA ART'S Auto Oil Changes From $12.95 Tune - ups From $29.95 Batteries (most vehicles) From $29.95 -Radiators - New And Rebuilt (We Do Motorhomes, Also!l! 1982 l=aJt par.,d ,or F,a,t Foe,/ Dine in or otdm mme Houri Carry Oot 72/' 10 a.m.. 8 p.m. .... Patrol Services Guard Services Vacat,on Watch mechte  and 0bsmat Dur Child VMtati0n. Pm0nal 727-1609 Itln00ntimldati= Latch Key Chilclrcn GOOD OLE 500 raised print cards Choice of Designs 3 colors ink, Only $14.95 Engraved Name Tags Clubs, Restaurant, any place be called by name - Stop that "Hey You- Prices Start at only $2.50 ea. Good Ole' Bob 727-62_22