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"1- Business News Rainbow Suncatchers Phyllis Walder opened her Rainbow Suncatcher business about one month ago. Located in Uncle Ars Oasis and .Indoor Swapmeet, Rainbow Suncatchers are hand- made by Walker. She's been making the suncatchers for months and has a nice variety on hand. Walker lived in Hawaii for 11 years and moved to Pahrump 23 years ago. Her suncatchers have all the beauty and color you'd connect with the Islands. Walker is married and her husband en- tered a nursing home last December suffer- ing from Alzheimer's disease. Walker is start- ing an Alzbeimer's Awareness Campaign to ]aelp the general public know and understand 'what Alzheimer's is and the treatment in- volved. Walker started making the suncatchers and working at Uncle Ars to keep her mind occupied and to ease the loneliness of having her husband away. She donates ten percent of all her profits from her sales to the Alzheimer Research Foundation. To see and purchase a beautiful accent for your home, be sure and visit Rainbow Suncatcbers. Walker might even be working on one of the suncatchers, and you can see how they're made. She also has other hand- crafted items for sale.PhotoAlbum Fixations Open Stacie Moore opened her PhotoAlbum Fixations store in Pahrump in February at 421 S. Frontage Rd. The store sells products and services for making one's own custom photo albums. Shannon Stone is Moore's shop assistant. Moore conducts workshops and classes, teaching the basics of scrapbooking. For more information call 751-2929. Store hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday. New Computer service opens Bryan N. Borokoffhas opened Valley Computer Systems Solutions, 3361 Shadow Mountain S t. in Pahrump, His firm helps set up offices for businesses as well as servicing the general public. He is certified by Microsoft and Hewlett-Paekard, and has been trained as a technician for IBM. He has done computer-related work for Bausch & Lomb and Toshiba among others. Borokoff offers computer instruction and also computer sales. A single-man operation, Borokoffis on call 24 hours a day and can be reached at (702) 751-1 022. Consumer Alert -- Unclaimed Money Attorney Gen. Frankie Sue Del Papa has advised Nevadans that public records show millions of dollars in unclaimed money has been turned over to the state for distribution. Every year millions of dollars in bank accounts, stock certificates, checks, secu- rity deposits and insurance payments are unclaimed because the owner cannot be contacted. This unclaimed property is turned over to the state, Under Nevada State law unclaimed money must be returned to the i rightful owner upon presentation of proper documentation. Consumers are sometimes contacted by professional "locators" who offer to "find" unclaimed funds - for a fee. Why pay some- one for a service the government provides free of charge? To see if you are entitled to the return of unclaimed funds or property, contact the Department of Business and lndustry's Unclaimed Property Division state- wide toll-free at 1-800-521-0019. I Pahrump Valley Gazette, Thursday, May 8, 1997 19 Primary care, laboratory and radiology services * Affiliated visiting medical specialists * Special series of educational lectures for seniors * Most major insurances accepted Office Hours: M-F, 8 am to 12 pm and 1 to 5 pm Have questions? We will be happy to assist you. 1 1 5 1 S Highway 1 60 * Pah |, r U m i Summ t Family Heatrhcare A Division of Desert Springs Hospital 727-5509 p, Nevada 89048 - i