Desert Messenger

December 1, 2010

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P��� 28  FROM AROUND TOWN PAGE 9 Around Town TOPS We’re back for the season....(We may be one of the only ‘Seasonal’ Chapters of TOPS...Take Off Pounds Sensibly). We meet at 88 Shades RV Rec. Hall on Tuesday mornings. Weigh-in is from 7:30am-8:15am. The meeting is 8:30am-9:30am. Please park at the 88 Shades RV Park Laundry area. For more information, call Ruth at 927-8352. SENIOR CENTER MEMBERSHIP TIME! Memberships are still only $5. Wifi is available for only 50 cents/session to offset costs. Lunch is $3 each week- day at noon. The calendar is almost full. Check the calendar on door. 40 Moon Mt. Quartzsite. FOOD BANK We have been serving an average of 100 people a week. We’re open Tues. and Thurs. from 8am –noon. Must have AZ ID and be from La Paz Coun- ty to meet the income requirements. Please, when you shop for your holi- day meals, pick up an extra can or two for our holiday baskets for the needy. Just north of the Senior Center. SALVATION ARMY WINTER HOURS We are now open 6 days a week from 9am-1pm. We are always looking for volunteers to help. We are averaging D & B Leather BERTHA IS BACK! 5,000 sq. ft. upholstery 3-4 oz brown! 5 Loads Garment Leather! Belts, Buckles, Scrap Hides $3.50/lb. Two Big Locations QUARTZSITE, AZ Main St. and Tyson Wash (behind Texas BBQ) Open Nov. - mid-March 928-927-4077 BROAD ACRES SWAP MEET - LAS VEGAS, NV 2930 N. Las Vegas Blvd. (corner of Pecos) Every Sat. & Sun. Buffalo, Deer, Goat Furs New Zealand Sheep Skins, Tooling Ladigo E-mail: For Mail Order Call: 775-751-5351 cell, 702-465-5137 NOW OPEN! RICE RANCH A-45 East of Dorothy’s Beads Open daily: 10am-6pm 281-635-6496, 281-636-7230 In Memorium Jonathan Jacob Stewart Jonathan Jacob Stewart, 27, passed away Nov. 20, 2010 in Ehrenberg, Ari- zona. He was born April 18, 1983 in San Diego, Calif. Jonathan had lived in Ehrenberg for the last four years and lived in Tucson, Ariz. prior to that. He was a loving fa- ther, son, brother and boyfriend. He will always remain in our hearts. He is survived by his girlfriend, Cyn- thia Ochoa; his children, Michelle, Mi- chael and Jacob Stewart; his mother, Loralee Murphy; his brothers, Josh Elam and John Stewart; as well as many extended family and friends. Memorial service for Jonathan was held on Saturday, Nov. 27, 2010 at noon at Frye Chapel & Mortuary in Blythe. ���.D�����M��������.��� $1000/week helping the community with electric bills, rent, gas, groceries, and rides to doctor appointments, etc. Your donations keep our store going and help in the area. Drop in to the “Sally World of Quartzsite” and look at all our Christmas decorations and bar- gains in clothes! D������� 1, 2010 AWC tax deduction ideas Looking for a Tax Deduction? Help support the arts by making a tax deductible contribution to the Arizona Western College (AWC) Quartzsite Learning Center (QLC) Music Department. The Quartzsite Learning Center is trying to raise $1,000 for the purchase of keyboards and headphones for a piano keyboarding class. All checks must be made to the Arizona Western College Foundation and earmarked for the QLC Music Department. The AWC Foundation will provide a receipt for tax purposes. Donations of equipment can also be accepted. If you happen to have an electronic keyboard that is in good shape and find you do not use it any more, we’d be very grateful for this type of donation as well. Donations can be made at the Quartzsite Learning Center, 695 N. Kofa Ave. in Quartzsite. For more information call the Quartzsite Learning Center at (928) 927-8299. “The mission of the Arizona Western College Foundation is to empower people to reach their educational and career aspirations by enhancing access to learning opportunities. As Arizona Western College continues its heritage of leadership in the field of education and providing lifelong learning opportunities to the community and constituents we serve, the Foundation will continue its work of creating strategic, entrepreneurial partnerships and innovative fund- raising opportunities in support of the College’s mission and goals.” You can learn more about the AWC Foundation by visiting their web-site at Your gifts are greatly appreciated! QPD Arrest Report Nov. 14-28 Quartzsite Police Department, November 14 – 28, 2010 11/15 In related incidents: Michel Hallor, 29 , of Quartzsite was arrested for Disorderly Conduct, Byron Wilson 28, of Quartzsite was arrested for Disorderly Con- duct , Resisting Arrest, Aggravated Assault on Police Officer 11/16 In Unrelated incidents: Steven Rowe 46, of Long Beach CA., was arrested for Forgery, Possession Dangerous Drugs, Possession Drug Paraphernalia. Danny Brown 45, of Quartzsite was arrested on 2 Arrest Warrants. 11/18 David Brown 23, of Quartzsite was arrested for Pos- session of Marijuana. The following Arrests were made by the 11/19 In unrelated incidents : Dominic Omar 26, of Mesa ,AZ was arrested D.U.I., Bryan Craig Hamilton 29, of Yucaipa, CA was arrested for Pos- session of Marijuana, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Theft of Credit Cards. 11/21 Daniel Bowman Swick, 19, of Falbrook, CA was arrested for Criminal Trespass. 11/22 In a related incident Carolyn Jean Morgan 70, of Quartzsite, was arrested for Ex- treme D.U.I. and Roy Lester Morgan 73, of Quartzsite was cited for Open Container in a Vehicle. 11/23 In unrelated incidents Alex Clarke 65, of Quartzsite was arrested for Assault. Jennifer Marie Jones, 44, of Quartzsite, was arrested for Obstructing Government Op- erations of Public Servant, False Reporting to Law Enforcement. Russell K. Sias, 70, of Quartzsite was arrested for Assault Intent to Provoke. 11/27 John L. Jones, 53, was arrested for False Reporting to Law Enforcement. 11/28 Derek Hendrickson, 28, of Lake Havasu City was arrested for Possession of Dangerous Drugs. new discount grocery

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