Thanday, March IB, 1M4
Henderson Hone Newt and Boulder City Newt Pane tl
Boot Repair man said it pays to advertise
By Teddy Fenton
reddy for two days.
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Searchlight plus faith- i^w it is _
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time be- < .
Last Saturday the nis shoes cut into his
ful friends who have fore shdes nied business ...
team of Bill and Teddy Horseman's Associa- him repair their good
from the Boulder City another visit to his boot Horsemen Unite.
tion welcomed Joe leather footwear. and shoe hospital. Let's boost the business
News dropped in to see Zappia The trouble is this.
Joe and Donna Zappia Yes! The rage for at Joe's Boot and repair
We are writing this Joe does such a good running shoes and ten- to an all-time high!
at the Boulder City Boot story fbr the March 15
Repair Shop. It is lo- issueoftheNEWS.lt is
cated at 1319 Nevada St. Patrick's week. We
Hwy. hope a lucky clover leaf
Donna was not there accompanies our best
but Joe was repairing a
pair of boots. I don't
wishes to Joe and
Donna for they need
WATpi FOR OUR OPENING
suppose, everyone has your business. There
discovered the neat lit-
tle boot and shoe repair
must be dozens of fine
boots costing to as high
THE END OF MARCH
shop, but it will come as as several hundred dol-
a happy surprise to our lars.
readers that Sear- When Joe Zappia re-
chlight, Nevada was pairs a pair of boots (or
surely happy to see Bill shoes) it will be the
Harbour's feature story finest work available in
about Joe Zappia in the Clark County.
January 19,1984 NEWS. Several citizens have
When Joe and Donna written letters to the M
first opened the Boul- ,\
ONE VIEW - This is a view of Cabrillo Terrace at M^Jor Avenue and editor praising the ,\rl)///
der City Boot store they workmanship but more /O'
Burkholder Street in Henderson. To visit the development, drive south knew we had one of the than that the old-world
on Boulder Highway to M^jor Avenue. Turn left and follow the signs to most successful manners of this fine
the model and sales office. Horseman's
citizen who loves Boul-
Association's in Clark der City as does his
CMb County located, in
Boulder City. Its an-
nual rodeos attract
wife. Donna Zappia.
His Boot Repair shop
is located to the right of
horsemen, and horse- .0
The first phase of the Cabrillo Ter-
race Condominiums in Henderson
has been completed and is ready for
and patio or balcony and a storage
The homes are within walking dis-
women and entire
One year there was a
Nevada Hwy. as you
drive towards Las
Vegas. The Health
Food Store is in the <^
immediate move-in, according to the tance to Basic High School, elemen-
developers. tary and junior schools, Morrell
parade through the
streets of Boulder City
immediate vicinity. FULL-SERVICE ^ P^^^* );: °'^^ •^u
The development is aimed at the Ifyou have any repair
Park, shopping centers and conveni- that was so successful
first-time buyer and small families. ence stores. with gorgeous horses
work to do as you read
this please phone
ULTRA-MODERN ^ <^
The fioorplans feature two bed- There is a variety of mortgage and silver saddles, and
rooms, 1^4 baths, gas and woodburn- 294-0024 (see the ad in
plans available that can be tailored riders in costume. The today's News).
ing fireplaces, washers, dryers, to the buyers demands, including
frost-free refrigerators, garbage dis- VA-FHA and Shared Equity.
crowds followed them
to the corrals ... and it
Yes! It paid to adver- at the
posals and dishwashers. ° tise and Joe is enjoying
Models and a sales office are open was a full house all day new customers from
There is also a swimming pool and from 11 a.m., according to the
spa area with cabana facilities, Also
featured is a childrens recreation
Americana Group, Realtors-Better
Homes and Gardens, the selling
Corner of Lake Meod
area. Each unit has covered parking agent.
& Boulder Highway
Population changes could Right across from
make national impact St. Rose de Lima Hospital
Projected population University of Califor- The emerging de-
changes of America's nia at Los Angeles. mographic picture au-
minorities hold major Following are major gurs possible tension
implications for the na- highlights: and conflict between ingly important to the
tion, and they could
begin making a noted
impact as early as the
Blacks and His-
panics, who constitute
Policies to provide
political, and military
strength as the majority
Why Not OWN-lnstead of Renting!
the majority of the
end of this decade. minority population in and other human ser- population ages.
These findings, dis- the U.S., continue to lag vices will become more While the population
cussed in a report re- behind in terms of edu- difficult to devise as the and the economy are
leased today ("Demog- ' ifbtional, economic, and nation becomes more shifting South and
raphic Imperatives: political status in demographlcally di- West, large areas of
Implications for Edu- America. (In 1980, verse. economic and social
cational Policy"), are blacks comprised 11.7 the growing and disadvantage remain in
based on data from a percent of the popula- younger minority popu- the North and East,
forum held in Washing- tion; Hispancis 6.4 per- lations represent an especially in the large
ton, D.C., last summer. cent. Asians comprised underdeveloped na- cities.
Sponsors of the report 1.5 percent of the popu- tional resource that America is becoming
are the Ofi'ice of Minor- lation). will become increas- more diverse, not more
ity Concerns of the homogeneous.
American Council bn
Forum of Educational
and the Institute for
I Educational Leader-
ship (lEL). Twenty-nine
institutions and or-
ing secondary and
pated in the forum.
While data in the re-
port "is not com-
prehensive." the report
does provide'"an over-.
view of the demography] • 2 Bedroom, 1% Bath
and its attendant im-
plications for educa-
tion specifically and CHRISTIAN CENTER APPLIANCES
society at large," states 571 Adams Blvd. 293-7773
the report. Range & Oven
Featured speakers at Pastors: Jim and Marjorie Kitchell • Dishwasher
»:_' theJune 8 forum, whose
findings are featured in
Youth Ministers: Steve and GInny McPherson • Disposal
C the report, were:
senior fellow at lEL;
James E. Blackwell,
8:15 a.m., 9:40 a.m.
and 11:00 a.m. Worship
and as low as approx.
Frost free refrig.
Washer & dryer
• Balanced Power
professor of sociology 8:30 a.m. Women's
• Walking distance to
t at the University of ):40 a.m., Bible Study, All Ages Aerobics
10 a.m. Coffee Hour schools, churches,
Massachusetts at Bos-
ton; and Leonardo Es- 6:00 p.m. Evening Praise Service: k Bible Study
J parks & shopping
7 p.m. Family Night
trada, associate profes- "This Sunday is Homecoming Day" • Covered Parking
I sor of the Graduate
School of Architecture
and Urban Planning,
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