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April 18, 2012

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April 18, 2012 QPD Arrest Report March 28th to April 11th, 2012 The following arrests were made by the Quartzsite Police Department 3-30: John Wesley Linson, age 29, of Quartzsite, was cited and released for Open Container. 4-2: Andrew W. DeMauro, age 18, of Glendale, AZ, was cited and released for Excessive Speed. 4-2: Luis Carlos Duran, age 21, of Pomona, CA. was cited and released for Speeding, No Proof of Insurance, Attempted Possession of Marijuana and Attempted Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. 4-2: Bobbi Jane Ridgway, age 42, of Phoenix, was arrested and booked into the La Paz County Jail for Possession of Dangerous Drugs and Posses- sion of Drug Paraphernalia. 4-4: Haroldo Armando Morales Franco, age 45, of Corona, CA, was cited and released for Pos- session of a Radar Detector in a CMV. 4-6: David A. Sarow, age 67, of Whitewater, WI, was cited and released for Assault- Intent to Provoke. 4-6: Gladys Bustamonte, age 24, of Phoenix, was cited and released for Excessive Speed. 4-7: Kevin Matthew White, age 23, of Cypress, CA, was cited and released for Excessive Speed. 4-9: Ryan Hector Rangel, age 19, of Quartzsite, was arrested and booked into the La Paz County Jail for Driving on a Suspended License and No Proof of Insurance. 4-9: Richard Eugene Calkins, age 48, of Covina, CA, was cited and released for Excessive Speed. 4-9: David John Workman, age 58, of Quartz- site, was arrested and booked into the La Paz County Jail for Threats and Intimidation and Ag- gravated Assault. 4-10: Phillip Ray Brown, age 46, of Quartzsite, was arrested and booked into the La Paz County Jail for Assault per Domestic Violence. Main Street Eatery The Gathering Place of Quartzsite for Good Food, Fun and Friendship! Breakfast & Lunch OPEN 6am-2pm Open for Dinner Friday & Saturday 4-7pm FISH FRIDAYS! PRIME RIB SATURDAYS! *$ 275 min. 205 E. Main St. Quartzsite 928-927-4163 QES 3rd & 4th graders' interpretation of famous quotes Quartzsite Elementary School students have some thoughts about famous quotes. We'll be sharing more in upcoming issues. 1. When bad things happen to you, don't make things worse. Celeste – Walk away from a fight; Olivia – Don't repeat your mistakes 2. Whatever you do, make a difference. Earn the right to look back at something & say, "I did that." Gabriel – Recycle; Tess – See your accomplishments in the newspaper 3. Start with yourself. Ashley – Do a project without being told to do it; Gabriel – Prevent a fight 4. Some people brighten a room when they enter it; others when they leave. Attitudes are conta- gious. Is yours worth catching? Josiah – Treat others as you want to be treated 5. Don't ask if it is going to be easy. Ask if it is going to be worth it. Ashley – Review ideas with others; Freddy - Do it because it's the right thing to do 6. Risk more that others think is safe. Care more than others think is wise. Dream more than others think is practical. Expect more than others think is possible. Freddy – Do what your instincts tell you to do 7. You don't have to be sick to get better. Gabriel – Practice makes you better; Sariah – Al- ways try harder to do your best 8. Be kind whenever possible. It is always possible. Jacob – You can always be helpful; Karen – Be respectful 9. People who don't believe in you are right only if you believe them. Olivia – Believe in yourself ----Job well done, don't you think? Page 15 Food Handlers Classes La Paz County Health Dept. provides Food Handler Classes in Quartzsite. The classes are held on Wednesdays. In December and Janu- ary, the Department adds Friday classes to the schedule. La Paz County Health Regulations require that all food handlers or those people han- dling equipment must obtain a Food Handlers card prior to working in a food booth. Food Handler cards cost $15 (fees waived for volun- teers for non-profit groups) can be obtained by coming to Health Department on Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday (7:00 am – 5:00 pm) to watch the video and take the test with a score of 70% or higher (retakes allowed) or by presenting a current food handlers card from another jurisdiction and paying cost of La Paz card, or by claiming extensive food knowledge and taking the test (no retakes without watch- ing the video). The food handler card must be obtained annually. UPCOMING QUARTZSITE DATES: All Classes are held at Senior Center Wednesdays: April 25, 10am and 2pm July 11, 10am & 2pm September 19, 10am & 2pm November 14, 10am & 2pm Wednesdays & Fridays in December and January 9am & 10:30am Times Three Family Good Food & Friendly Service! Restaurant DAILY SPECIALS! OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 6am-8pm 1265 W. Main St. Quartzsite • 928-927-6014 FREE COFFEE with any meal*

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