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A8 THE TAGS NEWS Thursday, July 28,1987 Peo Dentist staffs Questa office Qracias "La Quljadas" is in Questa, alive and doing very well in the office of dentist Dr. Keith Jameson. "Jaws" as the big fish is called in English, is part of the menagerie in the waiting room of this popular dentist. There you will find a gerbil, a golden hamster, a school of angel fish, cockatiels, a bullfinch and as your eyes run around the room they meet with the stony gaze of a large iguana looking at you cooly from his eyrie. It is in this atmosphere that a patient finds himself. The sign outside the entrance to the Professional Building is reassuring - an enlarged replica of a molar stating succinctly "painless dentistry." Dr. Keith Jameson is a Santa Fean who knows Taos well as a skier and outdoorsman. He received his master's in philosophy from UNM and his doctorate in dentistry from the University of Missouri in Kansas City. His practice extends from Santa Fe to Los Alamos and Questa. In Questa 50 percent of his patients come from Taos. It was with great pride that he introduced 17-year-old Lance Anderson, a member of his team. Lance is a denture laboratory technician working under the pilot program initiated by Questa High School. Other members on Dr. Jameson's staff are Ann Bernal, Janet Martinez, Mary Flores and receptionist Marveen Anderson. Taos medical practitioner Dr. Michael Kauffman also serves Questa and occupies the Professional Building. Dr. Jameson is also a member of the Sherlock Holmes fraternity "Brothers Three of Moriarty." The master sleuth was created by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle who, 100 years ago wrote A Study in Scarlet, the first of 68 novels about Holmes, Dr. Watson and Professor Moriarty. A November meeting is planned, where else but in Moriarty? Anyone wishing to attend or wanting to meet other Sherlock Holmes devotees should contact John B. Shaw, 1917 Ft. Union Drive, Santa Fe, 87501 or call Dr. Jameson at 586-0259. California has never had more influence on fashion in Taos. The Californian look is relaxed, casual and smart. Clarke and Co., next to the Variant Gallery on the northwest corner of the Plaza, has exactly what the well-dressed man around town needs. Clarke and Elizabeth Sherer On the street Winifred Rusk DR. KEITH JAMESON i Winifred Rusk from Montrose, Calif, opened the better sportswear shop four months ago. Its spacious interior shows to advantage the buyer's skills. Clarke has 18 years experience in the "rag trade." Of his stock, he says, "It's the Santa Fe chic without Santa Fe prices." Offered is an alteration service free to customers, a nomimal charge to others. The young couple lives in Ranchos with their two children Stephanie, 3 years old and 7- month-old Michael. They are active members of Calvary Chapel Foursquare Church. A new look to an old business is being given by Alfredo and Liz Peralta. The Peralta Laundromat on South Santa Fe road is extending its services and adding professional dry cleaning. Laundry space will not be reduced, assures Liz Peralta. The new facility will have the most up-to-date equipment possible, offering better quality, better priced service. Specially trained personnel will give the utmost care and attention to customer needs. Even the most jaded of us can't help but be fascinated by Fiestas where and whenever they are. The celebration of the feast days of Saint James and Saint Anne are the Taos Fiestas July 25 and 26. A hard-working group of men and women are responsible for the succession of activities we will enjoy this weekend, from the Mass at our Lady of Guadalupe Church to the best performance on the bandstand in the Plaza. The Taos Fiesta council deserves our thanks for their year-long commitment. When you see them, be sure to say "thank you." San Diego and Santa Monica have old carousels, but nothing can beat Tio Vivo, the merry go round that has delighted children and adults alike for almost 50 years. The historical, hysterical and children's parades bring everyone to the Plaza. For some, money burns a hole in their pocket and the persuasive vendor wins. Fancy talk overcomes reason and the buyer goes home with his purchase, happy with the memories of Taos Fiesta. Fiesta is not about money; it is about celebration, when people meet on common ground in the Plaza in Taos. Viva La Reina Fatima Suazo and her court. Viva la Fiesta! The TAM Pueblo Powwow Committee would like to thank all the people and organization* In and around the Taoa County area who helped to make the Third Annual Taos Pueblo Powwow 1M7 mich a great sue- cess. Organizers say they are looking forward to the Fourth Annual Powwow, July 1988 and hope to have more people helping out next year. The Taos Pueblo Powwow Committee put on the event for Taos, they are: Carl N. Concha, president; Richard Archuleta, vice- president; Richard Brown, treasurer; Donna Concha, secretary; and members Lt. Gov. Mike Concha, Sally Concha, Debbie Concha, Ona Concha, Ethel Trujillo, Sally Marcus, Margaret Suazo, Alice Martinez, Carol Mirabal, Christopher Day, Leatrlce Lu Jan and Janelle LuJan. The Powwow Committee wishes to thank: Eva Concha, Marilyne Concha, Rose Romancito, Lorencita Lujan, Crucita Mondragon, Rosinda Mondragon, Pasqualita Mondragon, Isabel Concha, Benito Concha, Juanita Gomez, Benito D. Mondragon, Taos Pueblo Govenor's office and staff, Taos Pueblo War Chief's office and staff, Lee Bently, M.G.M. Services, Taos Pueblo Police, Jose Zamora, Jeff Kelvin, Taos Spring Arts Celebration, Bernadette Lujan, Juanita Tissnado, Gilbert Suazo, KKIT Radio, KTAO Radio, The Taos News, Jim Lehey. Also the Taos Pueblo CMS, Leroy Apodaca, Pat Badhand, Rose and John Archuleta, Alex and Mary Concha, Benny Mike Concha, Patti Martinson, Taos County Chamber of Commerce, Gov. Jimmy Cordova, Jimmy Lujan, Jeff Carpenter, Andy Lujan, Wayne Rutherford, Rose Rutherford, Wallace Coffey, Tina Martinez, Pat Goodnight, Clare Martinez, Joe Sandoval, Tommy Concha, Katherine Swisher, Greg and Sue Borsoi, Taos Pueblo Forestry, Taos County Road Crew, Travis Parkin, Rose Parkin, Ernest Concha, Joseph L. Concha, Tiano, Emily Brown, Taos County Ambulance, Taos Town Police, i And the Taos County Sheriff's Department, New Mexico State Police, Telesfor Gonzales, Charlie Randall, Adeline Concha, Michelle Concha, tribal administrator Nelson Cordova, Angelino Romero, Adolph Zamora, Tony and Anne Reyna, Lucy Mirabal, Sam Gomez, Abino Lujan, Gary Lujan, Taos Pueblo Children's Art Center, Sam Adams and family, Albedina Gomez, Priscilla Wright, Fred Lujan, David Lujan, Frank DelMargo, Dave Gomez, Arthur Lujan, Alfred and Raycita Lujan, KGGM-TV andKOAT-TV. July Home Appliance Sale Big savings on washers, dryers, refrigerators, and TVs in stock Free local delivery with the purchase of a maintenance agreement during the month of July. Catalog Store N. Puablo Road 75S-M18 10% AMIGOS off ihelf price to member*. It's worth it to join! 758-8493 Specializing in local organic produce OPEN Mondiy-Fridty Suurcby 9:00 11*7:00 pm S.SMUFclU. 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