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22 Thursday, April 24, 1997 Pahrump Valley Gazette Goldfield News New $idewalks for Goldfield rxAc00 /xc. April 26th 727-7172 by Carol Sirnes Good Morning! Another sunny, cool, breezy morning! Improvements are being made in the downtown area with several blocks getting a facelift in the form of new sidewalks ! Fred Anderson is in charge of --- this project along with his Esmeralda County Mainte- nance Crew which includes Patrick Sniffin, Adam Chaparro, John Gordon. With Bud Johns, head of the road department, and his crew con- sisting of Rocky Frye, Tim O'Neal, Richard Miller, Bink Buel and the Utility Crew Joe Elsea and Mike Anderson all doing a fine job! The In'st sidewalk runs in front of the Community Cen- ter from Euclid to 5th Av- enue, while the other one goes from Euclid to Franklin in front of the Fire Department Building and the Tex Rickard home. This project was funded by the Esmeralda County Road Department. Another change taking place in our area is that the local Wells Fargo Bank in Tonopah is being purchased by Nevada State Bank! The transition will take place in July according to the Tonopah spokesperson. Most customers have received a letter from Joseph P. Stiglich, Executive Vice President of Wells Fargo, which includes these two sentences which the writer is quoting: "We decided to sell your branch BECAUSE IT IS LOCATED IN A COMMUNITY WITHOUT CON- VENIENT ACCESS TO OTHER WELLS FARGO BANK- ING LOCATIONS! That lack of access to our Anytir" Anywhere Banking network of traditional branches, in-stot. locations, and ATM's precludes us from offering you the full benefits of banking with Wells Fargo." Well now, when they took over from FIB, (First Interstate Bank), they certainly knew it was located in Tonopah which is in a rural part of Nevada and NOT close to anywhere else[ Don't their officials visit these areas BEFORE taking over? For the local and area businesses this will mean throwing out all their checkbooks, and business supplies they just purchased from Wells Fargo after switching over last year after Bank of America closed in Tonopah. qlU, Driver Jay Ewing Located East of Basin 727-7172 IMCA ~ Street Stock -Dwarfs $8 Adults Race Starts at. 7:30pro. Pit gate opens at, 4:30pm. $6 Seniors Adagio,, gate opens at S'30pm$4 Juniors Sunday, May 4th * 1 PM Preview from 12 Noon Henderson Convention Center Henderson, Nevada Texas Saddlery, one of the larger Tack & Saddle Distributors West of the Mississippi, has closed their N.W. Warehouse and commissioned us to liquidate their entire inventory, regardless of cost or loss, ABSOLUTE AUCTION * NO HOLDS! * NO RESERVES! It all Sells to the Highest Bidder N. ' | Most with rawhide trees and written guarantees; Ranch Saddles * Silver Show Saddles * Pleasure Saddles Cordura Saddles * Youth Saddles * Roping Saddles Australian Stock Saddles * English Saddles * Pack Saddles By Manufacturer's Texas Saddlery, Circle Y. Billy Cook, Santa Fe, Action, Hereford, Billy Royal Plus everything imaginable in the tack line, thousands of new tack items Including: Brushes, Curry Combs, Leather Punches, Silver Bridles, Silver Halters, Spurs, Lunge Lines, Lunge Whips, Nylon Halters, Cotton & Nylon Leads, Cinches, Reins, Leather Breast Collars, Clippers, Buggy Harness, Saddle Pads & Blank4ts, Stable Blankets, Plus Lots More! Biggest Saddle & Tack Auction to Hit this Area in Ages! lixm [a m.-mti-i zzo i Iza Bing your Trucks - Bring your Trailers - It all has to be hauled away Auction Day. ONCE IN A LIFETIME OPPORTUNITY to, stock your store at a fraction of the original cost. It all goes to the High Bidder. We .will sell individual items and then it will be sold in Larger Lots until it's all gone. *Drawing for Free Saddle* No Purchase necessary - Must be Present to Win T For information call 1-800-554-0322 Terms: Cash * ATM * Credit Cards Auction conducted by : TRI STATE ENTERPRISES SPENCE ROGERS - AUCTIONEER PAHRUMP VALLEY Call Joy Morrissey 727-4144 Bishop Veterinary Hospital  Tonopah Clinic Dr. Lind will be in.Tonopah Jll  MAY 7, 1997 ,',f,r' Front downstairs office- 42 Belmont St. Appointments/info, Call 482-6453 after 5 p.m. Dr. Lind will be in every other Wednesday 8 a.m.- 1 p.m.: Dogs, cats and other small animals, including spays, neutering, dentistry, minor surgery,etc. 1:30 p.m.- 3:30 p.m.: Horses, cows, etc. I  'Tonopah5:3Op.mto7:30p.m.  lglt| ] Round Mountain: 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. I| [ Same dates asTonoPa._ Clinic _  ]l