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Briefly Noted Pahrump Valley Gazette, Thursday, August 28, 1997 3 Tomaro Fund Account A cancer fund account has been established on behalf of Samantha Tomato, two-year old daughter of Pahrump resi- dent, Cheryl Bresch, and granddaughter of local busi- nessman, Bob Tomaro All donations provided for Sammie Jo are being accepted at the Bank of America, ac- count number 140188188. Earthquakes HAWTHORNE-A series of earthquakes occurred near ,!-Iawthorne, Nov., Thursday, "/August 21. The activity lies 5 ,/approximately 10 miles north- east of Hawthorne. The loca- tions are beneath the southern flank of the Gillis Range. These earthquakes are not located on any named fault. The largest of the events had a local Richtermagnitude of 4.6 and occurred at 9:36 PDT, with a location of 38.593N, 118.499W at a depth of ap- proximately six miles. Other events located were at 8:36 PDT with M ---4.2 and at9:l 1 PDTwithM =4.5.The Seismological Laboratory continues to record events from this earthquake se- quence. The data reported here is preliminary. For more in- formation, contact the Seis- mological Laboratory, (702) 784-4975. The free pam- phlet "Earthquakes in Ne- vada and How to Survive Them," is available on re- quest. Fair board meets PAHRUMP - There will be a meeting of the Advisory Fair Board in the Pahrump Town Office on Thursday, September 4, 1997 at 6:30 p.m. 33rd Annual Pabrump Harvest Festival Parade want list There is still time to strut your stuff in the parade. You can pick up your entry packet at the Chamber of Commerce and fill it out, then leave it at the ChamberofCommerce or phone it in to Glenda Smith, Parade Chairperson, at 727- 7630. We hope you will enjoy being in our Pahrump parade. Early bird special - Need people to help set out the road barricades 5:30 a.m. Then after parade, pick up the road barricades. Marshals along the parade route are also needed. On Friday we need help sorting barricades about 3 p.m. at the Chamber of Commerce to get ready for Saturday morning. Home School Workshop A free How to Home School workshop in Pahrump will be held the first Monday of each month at 1800 Irons St. Come join us. Grades K-12 will be cov- ered in the workshop, with the availability of high school credits or GED equivalence for the high school students. For more information call Diane at 727-8679 or Kim at 751-0227. Friends of the Library meets Friends of the Library will resume their regular meetings Wednesday September 3, at 7 p.m. at the Pahrump Commu- nity Library. Brian Buckingham will discuss the Pahrump Valley Arts Coun- cil. The fall used book sale has been set for October 10-11. Donation may be left at the library. For information call Betty Anbriz at 727-1918. Special Town Board meeting There will be a bid opening of Bid #97-07, Arena Light- ing Materials, at a special Pahr- ump Town Board Meeting on Thursday, September 4 at 4 p.m. The meeting will be held at the Pahrump Town Office, 400 N. Highway 160. DAV meets Disabled American Veter- ans Chapter 15 meel the first Tuesday of every month at 7:30 p.m. in the Comstock Park Clubhouse. Veterans needing transpor- tation to the meeting or the Las Vegas Clinic call Bobble Payne at 751-1339 Monday- Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. We need DAV van driv- ers, if you would like to volun- teer contact Bobble Payne. Millpond discount ticket sale ends INYO COUNTY - On Sat- urday, September 6th, tickets for the Millpond Traditional Music Festival will incwa from the X00iberti Fence Co. 560 Big Five Rd. Field Fence, Horse Fence Chainlink & Wood Dog Kennels & Horse Corrals Retail Sales or Call Us For a FREE Estimate Accepted This Week's Band I ACE I PRIME RIB Progressive 5 Video Poker & 25 Video Poker 4 of a Kind on card of day WIN5 Roll of Coins with Maximum coin in - KARAOKE TUE & THUR 7p.m- 12a.m. DJ'S MON & WED 7p.m-12a.m -BAND FR/ & SAT - SUNDAY JAM 3-8p.m DJ Fr/ + Sat 2:00a.m - 6:30a.m Open 24 HRS. Frl - Slit discounted $45 price forthethree day weekend, to $55. One of the highlights of the weekend will be the Fri- day night performance and workshop by Grammy win- ner Dobro expert Jerry Dou- glas and guitar and mandolin player Peter Rowan. Tickets for Friday night only will be $20 at the main gate of the Millpond Festival only, they will not be sold in advance. There will be no Saturday night only tickets this year when Queen Ida and her Bon Temps Zyedco Band appear, but an all-day Saturday ticket may be purchased for $35; Sunday only tickets, which will feature the Gospel Hum- mingbirds with an incredible gospel morning, and regularly sell for $30 will be offered to the Inyo-Mono community at a discount of $25. The Inyo Council for the Arts will admit any Inyo- Mono student under 18 years of age free, and low income seniors may apply for a spe- cial scholarship through IMAAA and the Senior Cen- ters. If you would really like a ticket but can't afford one, the Festival encourages volun- teers in exchange for tickets. For more highlights or to order tickets by phone call (760) 873-8041 or 800-874- 0669. Check out the website: http://www.bp,qnet,com/ -inyoarts. Town Hall meets DEATH VALLEY- Death Valley Chamber of Com- merce town hall will meet on September 10 at 10 a.m. and September 11 at I p.m. at the Hurlbut-Rook Community Center, Tecopa Hot Springs, Calif. The Sept. 10 meeting will be on the Tecopa/Shoshone dumps with Filth District Su- pervisor Micheal Dorane and Assistant County Administra- tor Chuck Hamilton seeking community input on solutions for solid waste disposal. On Sept. 11, Dorane and representatives from the U.S. Department of Energy will discuss the proposed transpor- tation of nuclear waste to YuccaMountain viaHighway 127. For more information call the Death Valley Chamber of Commerce at (760) 852-4524. NOTICE OF REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS ASBESTOS SURVEY & ASBESTOS ABATEMENT PROGRAM NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Nye County is soliciting proposals for the above-referenced survey and program to comply with OSHA requirements. Nye County is requesting that all qualified interested parties submit a letter of interest and qualifications to Nye County at the following address: Nye County Public Works, P.O. Box 887, 377 North Jackson Street, Tonopah, Nevada 89049. The time frame for completion of survey and program would be sixty (60) working days from issuance of Notice to Proceed. Proposals must be received no later than 5:00 p.m. local time on Wednesday, September 17, 1997, at Nye County Public Works, P.O. Box 887, 377 North Jackson Street, Tonopah, Nevada 89049. Any questions may be addressed to Robert J. Wickenden at the above address or by calling (702) 482-8135. DATED this 25th day of August, 1997. Robert J. Wickenden Nye County Public Works Director Publish: 8/28/97 TRAg'00 I$100 3 727-7172 Cory Lasiter, Driver 00Justin Riley LM.C00. Dwarfs Street Stock Cars Race Starts at 7:30pm. $8 buduHs Pit gate opens at. 4:30pm. $6 Seniors Adm00ion 00ate opens at S:30p.,$4 Juniors Twist & Tone For Drivers 4:3d