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24 Thursday, June 5, 1997 Pahrump Valley Gazette Service Forum CF.RAMiC, PORCELAIN, GLASS, WOOD CARVINGS. BRASS CLOCKS & MORE "GREAT SELECTION & PRICES" The Gal00,.y of Home Furnishings Hwy 160 South of 372 Wheeler Springs Plaza & Pahrump Station 751-36OO LITTLE TIME TIME ? your Cleaning or Business Becoming a chore? us at 7sy-I ekl -As/, Abo Our Flat Rata- FREB VT/MAT2 /Ammd mwl Bosdd ..... Housesitting Services We provide housesittJng services while you are away from your home, We: ,,r Check your house " I" ,,r Feed your animab ,r Water your plants VKkm dness p Your House   gc mmm; vjy A t ,o Give us a Call 751-2159 Chinese Health Balls A perfect gift of well being. The Ancient Mandarins believed that Chinese ialth Balls promote well being of body and serenity of the spirit. Order today by sending check or Money Order for $10 with your name & Address to Mandarin ImpoJ 2167 N. Decatur Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89108 Pahrump Valley Insurance Life * Group Medical 727-5700 Phone & Fax Roger W. Burnley C.L.U. Shell 24 Hour M/n/Mart Valley Blvd Shell Gas & D/esel Fuel 727- 0505 Out Esmeralda Way Goldfield's beautiful park by Carol Sirnes GOLDFIELD--According to Webster's New World Dictionary there are quxte a few definitions for the word "park," In this case we are using the ............... definition: "an area of public land (a) i in or near a city, usually laid out i, with walks, drives. playgrounds, etc.. for public recre- ation or (b) an open square in a city with benches. trees, etc." In 1985 several residents decided Goldfield needed such a place and set the wheels in motion. Juanita Colvin, who now happens to be Justice of the Peace, relates that the four acre area, between Main Street and Columbia, had only a small patch of grass and a few trees. It was a start. Their efforts have paid off, their are not finished yet. The park now has tennis courts, swings, slides, picnic tables, night lights, restrooms and beautiful shade trees. i" Windshields i. Door Glau Chip Repairs 17021 727-9700 18881 763-2881 DAN'S AUTOMOTIVE GLASS Mobile service - We Come To You Dan Whitfield I I P.O Box 179C Pahrump lr 89041-1790 | No Roal Across the road is the baseball field which was dedi- cated and named the Dud Davis Ball Park, July 21, 1985. The ball park was dedicated to Davis, who helped . : .... : , promote the park and was an avid baseball fan and player, prior to his death in 1985. Many events are held at the park, such as family re- unions, July 4th fireworks  ' birthday parh. We wish to say, "Thank you," to Juanita Colvin for her foresight and hard work in bring- ing this together so we all may share the enjoyment of this beautiful park. Summer fun ! EAGLE H0,ywo0d Plaza Now that the school year is over, some of the young people are already working on their projects. Driving near the Santa Fe Saloon last week we saw this building on stilts nearly 10 feet high and knew it wasn't a treehouse, as there are no trees in that area. At the top of the ladders was a young man by the name of David Elsea who informs us it's a fort! After asking permission, we took some photos and asked a few ques- tions. His father is Joe Elsea, who works for the utility department and grandpa is Lane Elsea, owner of the Cactus Club. David says grandpa helps supply the mate- rial: boards, nails, hammers, saw, etc. His friends usually help him on this enterprise, but today he was going it alone! David is 13 years old and will be in the seventh grade next year at Goldfield Elementary School. New summer hours r'a | I Las Vegas l00+t +727-8430 FAGLi00 (OMMUNIKAIIONJr " [" Authorized 360" Communications Dealer 361 S. Frontage Road, No. 8 (Hollywood Plaza) HOURS: Mon - Fd 8:30 - 5:30- Sat. 9 - 12 Fax: Bill Schultz, owner of the'Mozart Club, an- nounces new summer hours. The kitchen will be open Sundays from 8 a.m.- 8 p.m.; Monday through Saturday, 8 a.m.-9 p.m. Or- ders must be in by 8:45p.m. Bar hours---Sundays 8 a.m.-8 p.m.; Monday through Saturday 8 a.m.-9 p.m., or later if busy. New signs welcome visitors New signs funded by the Goldfield Chamber of Commerce were erected on March 19, 1997, at each end of town listing the names of local civic orga- nizations. The champ wishes to express its a preciation and thanks to Bill Graunke and the DOT employees for their coop- eration and help. Mozart Club remodeling Bill Schultz, owner of the Mozart Club, with the help of his son, Bill Schultz Jr., will soon begin remod- eling of the club, which will include new walls, tables and chairs, carpeting, and a special lounge area in the back. The restaurant will remain open with the work being done after closing. Progress report later.