Desert Messenger

January 18, 2012

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Page 36 Parker Library events Marketing Your Offline Business Online On three consecutive Mondays, the University of Arizona La Paz County Extension Office will present a series of computer classes geared toward the Business community and will meet at the Parker Public Library at 5:30 p.m. Today it is more important than ever to have your business show up online. To sign up, call Sarah Harris at 928-669-9843 or the library at 928-669-2622. Space is limited. ANTENNAS that work in the Quartzsite area! Tyson Wells Center Space #5 • 121 W. Kuehn 302-531-6401 Jan. 23-Website Structure & Building Jan. 30-Traffic and Promotion Parker's Own Antique Road Show Dave Bolster, a member of two Amer- ican Appraisal Organizations, will be back at the Parker Public Library. Everyone is welcome to bring their trash, treasures, heirlooms etc. to the Parker Library on Jan. 18, 2012, 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and Dave will give a free appraisal with a donation to the Friends of the Parker Public Library. Each person is limited to 2 items. For information to any of these programs, call the library at 928-669-2622. Wayne's Pet Service Need someone to take care of your pet(s), in your home, while away? REASONABLE RATES! Call 928-927-4329 RUMOR CONTROL: No, it's not the National Guard invading Quartzsite! The latest rumor flying around town was that someone thought the National Guard was in- vading Quartzsite and targeting people walk- ing in the washes. The fact is Quartzsite Police Dept. has been loaned a hum vee, along with other agencies around the coun- try. QPD sometimes uses the hummer for checking on cars parked illegally in the washes. January 18, 2012 QPD Sgt. Jim Shultz drove the Hum vee in the Hi Jolly Daze Parade and won Best of Classic/Antique Cars. Political campaigns notice Desert Messenger Policy: Political advertising, advertising on public policy questions and controversial issues will be prepaid. These ads must contain the name and ad- dress of person(s) or organization(s) responsible for the advertisement. All Desert Messenger political ads shall be charged the current Open Rate. Pickup discounts are not available. Desert Messenger advises all candidates to read the current Arizona Newspaper Association's handbook regarding Political Campaigns at Rate Card & Deadline Schedule are available online at or call Rain at 541-218-2560. Travel Safe! Act Now! Don't Wait! concealed firearm permit One Day • One Class • One Permit Valid in 37 States Travel safe and legal throughout the United States. Attend our 2.5 hour class once and you are done! Renewal does NOT require another class. No shooting or tests! We provide everything for you in our classroom with AC and heat. Fingerprinting • Drivers License Copy • Application and Literature Classes 7 Days a Week Contact TRAVEL SAFE-CCW PERMITS today to register at 928-377-7200 @ Tyson Wells Centre ANY U.S. CITIZEN can have this permit, regardless of what state you are from. * Must be able to pass background check

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