Desert Messenger

September 19, 2012

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Page 10 Hi Jolly Cemetery news by Dinice Ross, Hi Jolly Cemetery Hi Jolly Cemetery Plant and Cactus Sale – It's Big and it's growing!! The Sale starts the evening of Fri- day, October 5th from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm and begins again Saturday October 6th from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm at the Bak- ery (across from the General Store). Bring your wagon. Bring your car, truck or ATV. Just come and fill up the back, front and sides with the best bargains of local plants and cactus around. Give one to your neighbor, put one on your porch and plant one by the gate. They take very little water and very little care but give a lot of enjoyment in return! These are desert friendly, water-wise, hardy plants and cactus that can be planted immediately or left in their pots to be enjoyed daily or seasonally. Hi Jolly Cemetery's Spirit Walk. Experience the life of Quartzsite's past through our pioneers. Saturday, October 27th from 1:00pm to 4:00pm at the Hi Jolly Pioneer Cem- etery (North end of Cemetery Road off of B10 in Quartzsite). This is a free event with a little his- tory, a little blarney, and a little hamming it up by local players. Bring the family, grandma and grandpa, the neighbors and bring the kid from down the street – its fun, its informa- tive - something for everyone. Give yourself an afternoon out for free (donations accepted!) Call toll-free: 1-888-420-6391 Are You Still Paying Too Much For Your Medications? You can save up to 90% when you fill your prescriptions at our Canadian and International Pharmacies. LipitorTM $570.81 Bottle A Typical US brand price for 20mg x 100 Manufactured by PfizerTM Bottle B Atorvastatin* $67.00 Generic equivalent of LipitorTM generic price for 20mg x 100 Manufactured by Generics Manufacturers Compare Our Prices! Call us toll-free at 1-888-420-6391. 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Generic equivalents are equal to their "brand" counterparts in Active Ingredients, Dosage, Safety, Strength, Quality, Performance and Intended use. It may vary in colour, shape, size, cost and appearance. Read Desert MESSENGER ONLINE @ Fire Restrictions Lifted for BLM Colorado River District Effective immediately, fire restric- tions will be lifted for Bureau of Land Management (BLM) lands administered by the Lake Havasu and Yuma Field Offices. This in- cludes public lands in the Yuma, La Paz, and Mohave counties in Arizona and Imperial, San Ber- nardino, and Riverside counties in California. Due to weather conditions and suf- ficient firefighting resources, fire restrictions are no longer neces- sary. "The BLM greatly appreciates the public's cooperation in helping to minimize the number of hu- man-caused wildfires this summer on BLM lands," said Roxie Trost, BLM Colorado River District Man- ager. "Even though restrictions are no longer needed, we're asking the public to be very careful when using fire. Under the right condi- tions our public lands still have po- September 19, 2012 Fire restrictions lifted for BLM lands tential for wildfires to spread rap- idly and become dangerous." Please be extremely careful and exercise the following precau- tions when using fire. Make sure you have a ten-foot circle cleared around your campfire, be sure to have a shovel and plenty of water on hand, and put the fire DEAD OUT before leaving. Smokers need to make sure their cigarettes or cigars are put out when they are through smoking and dispose of them properly. Remember not to park motor vehicles where the ex- haust system could cause grass or other vegetation to ignite. To report a wildfire, please call Ari- zona Interagency Dispatch Center at 800-309-7081. County on all public health issues. For more information please stop by the office at 1112 Joshua Ave suite 206 or give us a call at 928 - 669 -1100. For those online please visit the Centers for Disease Con- trol and Prevention at www.cdc. gov or Meet the Candidates planned for October VFW AUXILIARY HOSTS MEET AND GREET: Saturday, August 18th at 7:00 pm saw 18 candi- dates for offices of District 2 and 3 Supervisors, County Sheriff, County Assessor and County School Superintendent meeting with area voters at the Senior Center. The event was sponsored by LAVFW Corporal Ben Scott Aux- iliary 769 with Legislative Chair- man, Mary Ann Peck, as hostess. Dennis Dole, VFW Past Depart- ment Commander, was MC and afforded the candidates a time to briefly explain their agenda if elected. This was followed by a chance for questions from the vot- ers and a time to mingle and visit one-on-one with the candidates. A second "Meet the Candidates" is being planned for a date in Oc- tober. State candidates for this district will also be invited to this event. Watch for date, time and location to be announced in the October 3rd edition of the Desert Messenger. For more information contact VFW Post 769 at 928-927-7697. Their Price Our Price

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