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4 Thursday, November 20, 1997 Pahnnnp Vallcy Gaet ...... Q Whirlpool Q MAY?A, * Auto Accidents . Banluupecy . Criminal Defense . Divorce . Incorporation *Wills taw Offices of Louis M. Mlnlcozzl,lii A Professlonal Corporan Palhmmp 361S. Frontlq ltd. - Sulee 2 Telephone (702) 751 - 1200 Las Vegas 333N. Ilamcho Dr. - Suite 410 Telep {702) 64149S0 Earthquake rock00,; region by Dave Downing PVG staff TONOPAH -- A magnitude 5.0 earthquake was recorded once again in California near the Nevada border on Friday, November 14 at 10:00 p.m. It was the second large earthquake Quake felt in Nevada Lo :ation of previous quaJ :e opah _fesents area fe PVG graphic based on data suptied by V.S.C.S. 3.8 at 10:42 p.m. in two weeks and was felt throughout the southcentral Nevada region. Residents in Beatty, Goldfield, Tonopah and Hawthorne felt the shak- ing. One Tonopah resident reported the quake tossed her about after she had gone to bed. Others stated they felt their entire homes shake briefly. No damage was re- ported. The quake's epicenter was located about 11 miles southeast of Deep Springs, California in an area known as the Eureka Valley. Sev- eral aftershocks occurred with the largest measuring The previous week's earthquake was a magnitude 5.3 located in Nevada about 25 miles northeast of Friday's quake. That quake was also felt throughout the southcentral region of Nevada. Aftershocks from that quake are still being recorded, although they are at a barely detectable level. According to the University of Nevada Reno Seismologi- cal Laboratory, Friday's quake may have been a large, be- lated, aftershock of a magnitude 6.1 earthquake that occurred in the Eureka Valley on May 17, 1993. Diane Detolo, UNR Siesmologist, told the PVG that there has been a noticeable increase in earthquake activity through- out the region since October and seismologists are watching the activity closely, however, "we cannot make predictions." Detolo stated that the activity can "shut itself off tomor- row" and leave everyone wondering. Asked if the Nevada and California earthquakes are in any way related to increased activity at Mammoth Lakes, Califor- nia, Detolo stated "anything is possible." The general consen- sus is that the quakes are not related. Activity in the Mammoth Lakes region in the past week has increased significantly with two swarms of earthquakes being recorded on November 13 and 14 then again on Novem- ber 17 and 18. These swarms were the largest recorded by the U.S. Geological Survey since the area became active again in July with over 500 earthquakes recorded on each day. Most of the Mammoth Lakes earthquakes are not large enough to be felt but quite a few 2.5 magnitude and above quakes have been felt. The largest event of last week's swarm was a 3.9 that occurred at 11:43 a.m. on November 13. Scientists for the U.S.G.S. are monitoring the activity at Mammoth closely. They have recently noted an increase in the resurgent dome of the Long Valley Caldera and have associated it with the movement of magma, however, they stress that there is no immediate cause for concern. "We live in an earthquake area," said Detolo, "we have to learn to live with them, expect them and protect ourselves by being prepared for them." The University of Nevada Reno offers a free pamphlet, "Earthquakes in Nevada and How to Survive Them," avail- ii Ton ere /A6-196O able on request. They can be contacted at (702) 784-4975. Canteen Bakery Briefly Noted & l, artv Shop .......... Jump Ropefor . .Kids will be!umping rope " ..... H t ,n me gym lor me Arnencan i _*___ I ear Heart Association. mners aria Rtepmrs u ezuucu -ecnmcmus J.G.JohnsonElementm3,will Formoreinformationcon- 1061 E. Second St. llb  hold a Jump Rope for the Heart tact Ms. Cooper or Mrs. (702) 727-744711" ........ on Wednesday, November 26. Norton at the school. liFr yJoufmous'ZSpedaltyCakes 1331 S. Frontage Rd. #A, Panrump, .v i Harvest Moon P a P. rn. & a.,, ,., "  benefit dance Pamorted Donuts & Goodies Hrs- 4:30 am - 1:30 pin Tuu - Sat ? VflLL( 61N(S PWts Ikms*d Sere _ 7514453 CHRISTMAS LAYAWAY NOW Open Sunday 10:00 - 2:019 Mort - :t +SUN 141 Mail Order Catalog Sales over 1200 Manufacturers DISTRIBUTORS WANTED KHWK Radio From Pahrump to Bishop has you covered! For the latest news, information and the finest music programming be sure to tune to KHWK, broadcasting from Tonopah. If you're traveling the vast distances of Central Nevada's desert terrain you still can't miss us! Member:. Associated Press Great Basin Radio Network * 92.7 - Tonopah 93.5 - Beatty 94.3 - Lida and Scotty's Junction 94.3 - Gold Point 95.9 - Pahrump 103.9 - Bishop, Mammoth and Big Pine 104.9 -Round Mountain 105.5 - Hawthorne A Harvest Moon dance 1o benefit the Samantha Tomaro cancer fund will be held No- vember 22 from 6-11 p.m. at Saddle West Hotel and Ca- sino. There will be a silent auction, buffet and no host bar, live music, dancing and raffles. Tickets are $25 per couple, $15 individual. For information or dona- tions call 72%8637. Holiday craft fair and bake sale Pahrump Valley United Methodist men and women are holding their holiday craft fair and bake sale on Friday November 21 from 3-9 p.m. (made available for working people) and on Saturday, No- vember 22 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Supper will be served Friday and lunch is available on Saturday. Also featuring sugar free pastries. For more information call Mairlyn at 727-6527. eaaed & BONDED #880 DOM ESTIC/,GRICULTURE. EXPLORATORY .PUMP SALES, SF.VICE at INSTALTION COMPLETE SYSTEMS [ INSTAIZF WITH 5 YFAR ghDlO DISPATCHED 7daawsekservlce 1220 E. Manse