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18ThutsdayAgril'10. t997 Pahrump VnileyGazette Senior News ii m AMARGOSA SENIOR NEWS (702) 372.5413 Welcome back Dewey, lets stay longer next time. It's great to have your company. What happened to summer, seems it's all gone and really cold. A group of seniors went over to Pahrump for the Tobins hearing clinic. The Van and seniors made a trip to Terrible Town for Bingo and visited yard sales and swap meets. Pat Copeland along with Wes, were in to dinner. I'd like to have her make it a habit. MENU: Tuesday April 15Manicotti Wednesday April 16  Ham and Cheese Thursday April 17=--Macaroni and cheese/little smokies SENIOR NE-00 ,by Lorayne White Well, as might be expected, the Bingo Jackpot went on April ya. Rosie Clark one of our regulars who plays umpteen cards won the pot!! Congratulations Rosie! Now we start all over again April I(P with $150 in 50 numbers, which means that on April 17 th it will be $155 in 51 numbers, if not won on April 1 fib. We have a good time at the Bingo parties. Come join us. Teddy's tulips and jonquils are gorgeous, and you should also see the beautiful beavertail cactus on the South side of our building. Covered with big fuchsia-pinky blooms, a sight to behold! Our new Senior Center is moving right along and we're so excited. MENU Monday April 14 pudding Tuesday April 15 rice, jello w/fruit Wednesday April 16 Thursday April 17 mix, jello w/fruit Friday April 18 purple plums PAHRUMP I'ENIOR NEWS (702) 727-5008 Thank you to desert bloom for the donation for the volunteer of the month. New Alzheimer support group April 9  from 1-2:20 p.m. with care giving Our volunteer appreciation dinner will be MondayApril 2 l, at 6:30 p.m. at the Pahrump Senior Center. Quote of the week: ''hings could be worse. Suppose your errors were counted and published everyday, like those of a baseball player." ACTIVITIES: Thursday---Cancer support group l0 am, dance to Harold's Music 10:30 am, Poker lpm FridayBridge and poker 1 p.m. Monday----Craft meeting 9 am, poker I p.m., ham opera- tors 7 p.m. Meat Loaf, peas, potatoes, tapioca Sweet and sour pork/w veggies over Baked Chicken, potatoes, brownies Hamburger steak, potatoes, winter Salmon nuggets, potato wedges, corn, MENU: Thursday--April 10---Stuffed Peppers Friday--April 11--Veal Parmesan w/Gravy Monday--April 14--Chicken fried steak w/mushroom gravy Tuesday--April 15--Tuna loaf w/cheese sauce Wednesday-April 1--Baked Chicken TONOPAH SENIOR Nz00- (702) 482.6450 Mother Nature is throwing all kind of weather imaginable at all her children. We must have been very naughty. You can say goodbye to all those buds on your rose bushes, lilac and x, ],f t r i, 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! Membec Assodated 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 i iii iii i i i fruit trees because freezing weather did the job this past week. Just when we were beginning to shake the winter ailments, spring is bringing all sorts of illnesses to our area. Those with respiratory problems are hit harder than most. All we can do is stay indoors until the wind and dust subsides. Not a good way to start our spring. Kim Johnson, Social Worker with the State Welfare office in Fallen addressed the group on the Homemaker Service offered to Seniors in our area. If you want information on this program, call Kim Johnson at (702)-423-3161. We were so pleased to have Katie Wilson back with her daughter, Patsy Endel. Katie was just released from the hospital and is recovering nicely from her illness. Sure nice to have her back and looking so chipper. Our guests mean a lot to us. Let's us know we are in their though!s. We enjoyed having John Anderson, Jeanine Ballestos, and Shirley Cain from Nye Regional Hospital, a Paula Douglass, Ken Allain's sister, Dorthy Zobel, Dondra Metcher, Bob and Ann Harris, Dewey Stout, Jo Payne, Dixie Shields of Goldfield, Harry Collins, Bob Struble, and Vir- ginia and Glenn Woods from the Reno area, and our dear friends from Dyer, Mary Llange, Leona VanWinkle, and Betty Harris. We hope they enjoyed their time with us. The Masters Garden Club of Tonopah are busy as can be working on the landscaping of our grounds. Keep up the,good work. Your guys are the greatest and we love ya!! We had a wonderful time on Friday. We had a surprise birthday party for Gracie McKnight. Her daughter Wanda Gelger, husband Tim, Vivian and Shane Williams and chil- dren joined Gracie for lunch and presented Mom with a beautifully decorated cake for all to enjoy. Our thank you to Rosemary Cali, Charlotte Box and Chi Chi Fazzari for the goodies for our Easter lunch. Bob Lawless for the potatoes, Laurie Sorhouet and the Chamber of Com- merce for the food items, and Charlotte Kelley for the eggs. MENU Thursda)----------4110----Red Enchiladas Friday --4/1 I-------Chicken Salad Monday-------4114---Lasagna Tuesday---------4115--Turkey w/dressing Wednesday----4116----------hicken Fried Steak HAVE A GREAT WEEK AND PLAN TO JOIN US SOON Stop By Good Ole BOB's Mesquite + Leslie Yes OPEN Yes For All Business 727-6222 727-6228 Your Neighbor and Friend Bubbas Tool & Power Tools Hand Tools - Nails Building Supplies. Welding Supplies Pellet & Wood Stoves 520 South East Street, Pahrump, Nevada SSA Web Site Under Fire Members of Congress to- day warned the government to stop posting sensitive So- cial Security data on the Internet, saying the confiden- tial financial records of mil- lions of Americans have been put at risk. Rep. Paul Kanjorski of Pennsylvania plans to introduce a bill to bar the Social Security Adminis- tration from posting earnings and benefit estimate state- ments on its Web site. The SSA last month began offer- ing a new service on the Internet to make it easier for people to access their finan- cial records and plan for re- tirement. Using a name, So- cial Security number, mother's maiden name, birthdate and place of birth, an individual can look up decades of past earnings records and projected Social " Security benefits. Alzheimer's Benefit Alzbeimer's Benefit pre- sents Pahrump Valley Talent Night; May I0, 1997, 7:00 p.m. at the community cen- ter. Tickets will be $3.50 for Adults, $1,50 for Children 5 and up, children under 5 free. For more information con- tact B.J. Hettrick at (702)- 727-7011 or Donna Nutter at (702).727,7492. All proceeds to Benefit National and Pahrump Alzheimer's Research. Tal- ent Needed!!! pel set 0 fei: ye wh vadz awa morl they A amo up o gage servi sam( Hou: 1-88 COW1 ,,] way "Wh servi revel loan the h "t senio such