Desert Messenger

January 18, 2012

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Page 8 Alternative Therapies Reiki Massage Hypnosis Ear Candling Nutritional Products Mary Kay Consultant Barbara Lancaster, R.N., C.H.T., R.M.T. 928-927-5858 • 928-785-7182 Palm Plaza #8 • 255 N. Central Blvd. • Quartzsite ARIZONA WESTCOAST REALTY Realtors: BARBARA COWELL 928-916-4222, Cell CAROLYN GUTHRIE 928-916-8469, Cell JOHN YACKLEY, BROKER 928-916-1195, Cell E-mail: 360 N. Plymouth Ave., Quartzsite • • 928-927-8900 Randy's REPAIR Nice, Level 1.63 acre parcel on West Main Street. Nice property for development. Currently has older home and 7 RV hookups. All rented. Good location. Asking $199,000. #8161. Park model in Rainbow Acres. Nice wooden shed. Mexican Brick Fence on three sides. Additional RV hookup. Asking price of $89,000 is less than what some vacant lots are priced at. #8149. Well kept 2 bedroom frame built home on 1/3 of an acre. Screened in Arizona room. Carport. Metal shed. Town water and sewer. Mature land- scaping. Take a look at this one and make an of- fer. $99,000. #8086.. We have a number of lots that are RV approved with Town water and Sewer. Electricity in place. Most are zoned Suburban Ranch which will allow one main hookup plus two others. Priced from $34,900 and up. Call and get locations and prices. Reader's Oasis Books The annual Author's Fair Author's Fair at at Reader's Oasis Bookstore at 690 E. Main Street in Quartz- site is in full swing now, and will be going on until the end of February. Many authors come to the fair each year to meet each other and network ideas, and also to sell some of their books. Coming back again this season are some of the authors who have been coming since the fair began. It is like family com- ing together for most of them have been coming for several years, and always fun to spend some time together again. New authors are always welcome, and there have been several these past few weeks for the first time, planning to come back again as their schedules allow. Stu Campbell is back again with his humorous cowboy books like "Horsin' around a lot", "Horsin' around the dudes", "Humor around Horses", and his two new books "Comedy around Horses" and "You can't be Serious". He has vast experiences with horses and lots of other fun things he writes about, and plans to be there every day. Also back for another winter is Ceil Stetson, who compiled her mother's letters during the war along with other thoughts and events to make this special memoir called "Dear Sergeant Honey"--a really great book. She also has homemade jew- elry and bookmarks for sale at her table. Joe Gerard returns with his two books "Out of Focus" and "Flight from Tokura" (recently optioned by Disney Studios for a movie, based on his war experiences). Also back again is the coordinator and SEE AUTHORS ON PAGE 45 Serving Quartzsite January 18, 2012 2 bedroom, 2 bath home on over ½ acre corner lot. Utility building. RV parking. Landscaped. Fenced. 1994 Residen- cy motorhome included (not operating). Priced at $105,000. Owner may carry. #8160. This property is currently used as income. 2 older trailers on property and 1 additional RV spot that are currently being rented. Carports. Sheds. Lots of cactus landscaping. Good buy at $65,000. Take a look at this nice clean home in Rainbow Acres. Covered patio. 2 utility sheds. Full RV hookup. Mountain Views. Mexican Brick Fence on 4 sides with wrought iron gate. Owner may carry. Priced to sell at $119,000. #8150. This 2.44 Commercial property has income from 38 washer and 22 dryer Laundromat, Building Rent- als, Outside Storage, Pro- pane sales and Deli and Meat shop. Great location on Busy Hwy 95 near Main Street. Owner may con- sider lease back. Priced to sell at $395,000. #8023. Construction and Remodel OLD OR NEW, BIG OR SMALL Painting,Tiling, and General Handyman Services FINANCING AVAILABLE Not a licensed contractor Cell 208-255-8401 or Randy 208-651-6891

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