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Quad-Citv E,id danu=y J), 1901 ...... i&apos;deu u i THANKYOU We would like to thank our friends and relatives for ex- pressions of sympathy in the loss of our father, Sanford Taber. Dr. Harold I,amberton for his care and gentleness with Dad. The entire hospital staff for their understanding and weeks of tender care. Rev, Ray Glessner for his visits and ministry to all of US. The Fun and Fellowship Group and many friends for gifts of food, it was greatly appreciated. Thank you all! Sanford's children: Corky Taber Clarence Taber Jr. Chalmer Taber Nevelon Morgan Zelda Wit(z, and their families. ltc15 We want to express our appreciationpubtiely to the following organizations and individuals who generously donated funds and time to help send Te(i to Kansas City to National FFA convention. Bridgeport Lions Club Bridgeport CDFCU Brown's Trailer Court American Legion Post 218 Bar Grange 829 State District and Local FFA Chapters. A special thanks to Mr. Roger Brown, Bridgeport FFA teacher, for all of his help, work, time and patien- ce. Also "Thanks" to anyone we may have overlooked. Sincerely, Ted, Tom & Jan Plumb The family of Donna Kay Henderson wish to thank each of our dear friends, and our Minister, Mickey Meyer and family, for the many cards, food, and thoughts of kindness. Thank you for caring, and for your love shown us in the loss of our I,oved one. Robert Henderson, Heidi -Mark, Marshall, Jim and Sandee Thornton family Gerald & Christine Coffield I would like to thank the gentleman who called from Brewster and also Mrs. Ray Wallaee from Bdgpt. who called to let us know the whereabouts of our dog. Thanks to you she is home. Thank you Sharon Duns 1tel5 Our heartfelt thanks to all who extended comforting sympathy and help in our recent sorrow. For the beautiful service, floral of- ferings and other kind- nesses, we are deeply grateful. Elizabeth Markham, Gene and Harlene Brisbois ltpl5 We, the family of llelen S('rnnsher wish to thank fill of Ollr friends for tlleir sm- ul're ('Oll('Pl'fl a/l(] help at our tm)e of sorrow, esl)ecially the ladies of Hope Lutheran {'hllr('h for tilt' wondcrlllI (lntnor tJtcv i)t'ovith,(J, for ii ;itii qllt" [;ilni[v wh() ('lllle Ill he wHIz tl lh'll We smrerelv thank all those friends Wile expressed theu' hwe aud synlpathY in tilt' I,sn of our dear mother. The fanlily of Peurl AJc, xander Itc15 LOST AND FOUND LOST: Medium size black Border Collie w/white forelegs & collar. Short tail. Contact Gebbers, 689-2402 or Jody at 689-2708. ltc15 l,.st iu Bn. ster llillt.hl Brand m'w II l,Hlild "l'llllt;Icl "Vo;i' J,i'Het' 6U') .7!!)q 211 )la I ,( )ST German Shepherd puppY, i)la,,k & tail last Mort. ('all lJl'l !llilll J tl )15 AUTOS .__._ 197;I (;MU pick-up antl 1960 Ford 4 wheel drive with snow l)]Ow. Ii89-318li. th' ]5 FOR .gAI,E: 75 Plymouth four (loot" deluxe, has no reverse, $300 cash or best of- fer. Donna Creveling, Brewster(;arden Apt. 1tp15 FOR SALE ANNOUNCEMENTS LEGAl, LEGAL I,E(;AI, Honey for sale; Call Ed Pipkin at 686-7734, eves and weekends. 4tc15 FOR SAI,E: 50 T. Of alfalfa hay, Is( & 2nd cutting, covered. $85 per ton..Call 689-2792. 4tc15 i FOR SAI,E: Older dble. bed and night stand. Call after 6, 923-2395. 2tc15 For Sale: Wheat straw, 70 lb. wire bales. $38.00 per ton, $1.50 per bale in under 1 ton lots. 1'el. 689-3300. tfc15 " F()I{ SAI,E: LIsetl w:).hcr, (irvers and (lishwv.hers. Wel)ster I,'urniture. 2t('15 TRAPPERS 12 doz. steel animal traps. Assorted sizes. Make offer. Tel. 997-7850. 2tc8 FOR SALE: Used refriger- ators and stoves. Call 689- 3511 or see Philip Swezey. tfc2 FOR SALE: Kitchen range, 4 burners & oven, white, good cond. $75. Tel. 923-2385. 3tcl FOR RENT 1 Room apt. with bath, elec- tric heat and partly fur- nished. Tel. 689-2472. ltl)15 Quiet mobile home lot with waterfront privileges. All utilities except electricity. No pets, No children, $70 per month. Call 689-2215 at Virginia City Motel. tfc23 House for Rent: 2,000 sq. ft., 2 bdrm. plus. Full unfinished basement. Beautiful view of Brewster & Columbia. Big yard on :h acre, $325 mo. Earl Neff, 884-9324. tfc18 FOR RENT: Aliartment. Call 686-4071. tfcl5 FOR RENT: 3 bdrm. mobile home, partly furnished, no pets, $175 per month plus deposit. References required. Tel. 686-6633 after 5 p.m ........... 2tc15 FOR RENT: Mobile home lots, $49,95 per month, 15,000 sq. ft. Decks & storage, l,eisurc Manor Estates, Bport. Tel. 686-6611. tic23 MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES Sewing Done: Have your sewing needs taken care of. Angle Trailer Court No. 33. Tel. 689-2981, Chris Childers. tic15 Heating & Air Conditioning systems. Lennox. Tel. 689- 3511. tic2 SEPTIC TANKS PUMPED; Call Bridgeport, 686-3836. tic10 RADIATOR REPAIR: All sizes and makes. Guaran- teed work. 31 years of ex- perience, South Omak Highway. Al's Radiator Ser- vice. Tel. 826-0750, Omak. tfc Roofing Reroofs - New Roofs Hot Tar & Patching 15 years experience Call Frank 686-2922 tfc27 Duane deJong business machine repair. 221 1st South #5, Okanogan. Tel. 422- 2773. 4tp8 The Children's House Day Care and Pre-School is of- fering 3 full days of free child care for full time enrollment. For more info please phone 689-3231. tic11 I:()I I{I':\\;I' lfl,h' l..IMrr aml l{zn.',,' & Vat' i',z;t L'[i,;lll,'l'" ill. Wz'l),h,r I,'111' nil ur,' I fc l:J Sprinkler Repair Service We repair all types, charge only for parts. Tel. 826-5318 after 5 p,m. tfcl5 REAL ESTATE FOR SAI,E: Reduced! Bargai n priced! ! ! 2 acres of land on Bport. Bar to develop mobile home SRe on front part. Contact C. Gehring, George, WA. 98824. Call 785-2033. tfcl7 I,argc Alta I,ake Golf Course hit for sale. #27, water, I)Ower, cleaned, ready to Imihl. Mike Anderson, 20(;- !I:!7-62911 tfrl6 Western Auto Authorized dealer for White Mineral and Metal Detectors. New, supersensitive, detects both small and large objects, tic3 I'll ; lCettll'tl% wlll IJ(' i)t'Cl);ire(l l)y iil)l)()intulotd at tile Y Motel in Ih'i(h4et)orl. Tel. 686-71111 or at ()kan.;m ()ffice 422-212"i0. (i, I). Skmko. A('('I l'lh'l.) Sirlle u: wants to llw,,t tilt'f, XitllJt' LUll. '!II I,):Ill. <'all 68(;-8/I:I I. 2tl) l:) Pancake supper by Senior Citizens Friday, Jan. 23 at Senior center, 5 to 7. 2tc15 Accounting, Bookkeeping, Taxes. Dot, 689-3179, No Fri. eve. or Sat. calls please. 6tp8 IF YOU OR SOMEONE you know has an alcohol problem, call this number, 689-2020 for CONFIDEN- TIAI, counseling and infor- mation. Okanogan County Alcoholism Center, Brewster Outreach. tfc21 A-A Open meetings, 7 o'clock Tues. Bport. City Hall. tie23 Be a sub wholesaler, free information. Snd SASE to Wholesale, P.O. Box 105;I, Brewster, Wa. 98812. ltcl5 HOMES FOR SALE FOR SAI,E: House in Bridgeport, 3 bdrm., fireplace, carpeted, garage, close to parks, schools. Tel. 683-1945. tfcl4 FOIl SAIA,;; Well nlaiu- tained 2 bdrm house in Pateros. This house has lull basement, metal sidiug & uicc lawn & garden area. Will qualify for FMtla finan(,iug. $28,0011. Tel. 92:1- 2220 or eveuings 92;I-2691. tfcl8 AEN LEAF REALTY 923-2220 .... " WANTED Babysitting my home, weekdays. Tel. 689-3140.4tc15 Join a team of more than 200 comnlunity aides providiug Home Care services to the elderly. Must be reliable and have own transportation. In- terested persons in the Brewster - Bridgeport - Pateros - I,ower Methow Valley areas cull 422-5120 for appointment, tfcl5 Good used piano, Brew. Com. Log Church 689-2224 or 689-3263. 2tc15 MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE: New and used 12 and 14 wide mobile homes, 2 and 3 bdrms. Why pay rent when you can purchase for just 10% down. Bank finan- cing on balance. See Country Boys Sales and Service, 803 S. 2nd in Okanogan. Call collect 422-4000. tfc31 FOR SALE: "Charming" Ranch style 1975 Olympian. 14x70 w/tipout, 24x14 deck, 8x12 storage shed. 4 ton cen- tral air, with or without fur- nishings. Will finance. Call 923-2338 before 8:00 a.m. or after 7:00 p.m. tfc27 Dble wide repo. 3 bdrm, all electric, 0 down, pay taxes & assmne low monthly pints. Scotty's Mobile llonle. 2254 Ehnway, Okanogan. ltcl5 3 bdrm all electric, mobile home, ideal for starter honle or yr round orchard help, low tin payment, low mon- thly pints, Seotty's Mobile Home, 2254 Ehnway, Okanogan. 1tc15 1968 Siesta telescopic 9 foot camper, looking for a new home, prefers a % t truck, $699. Scotty's Mobile Home, 2254 Elmway. Okanogan. 1tel5 TO GIVE AWAY 5 Female puppies neetl home. hlquire Brew. Auto Service. 1i89-2260 It(,15 ORDINANCE NO. 283 AN ORDINANCE AMEN- DING SECTION 2, OF OR- DINANCE NO. 237 REI,ATING 1'O DO[; CON- TROt,. This Ordinance recinds Section 2 of Ordinance No. 237. New Section 2 to read: The annual license fee shall be $5.00 for neutered males and spayed females and $10.00 for unspayed females and unneutered males, and shall be due and payable on or before January 31, of each year. The Town Clerk shall provide a suitable license tag which shall be issued for each dog which shall be described by name, breed, sex and color. A late license fee, of double the regular fee, shall be charged for licensing ally dog that was required to be licensed aud not licensed by January 31, of any year. The City Clerk must be provided with a veterinarians statement that a female dog has been spayed or a male dog neutered to qualify for the fee for spayed and neutered dogs, except puppies under 6 months of age. Any person with more than 2 dogs will be required to purchase a ken. nel license. The fee for a kennel license will be $125.00. A litter of pups is exempt for 90 days. Passed by the Town Council of Bridgeport, Washington this 7 day of January 1981. Charles R. Turner Mayor Attest: Pat Gordon City Clerk First Reading: December 3. 1980 Second Readiug: December 17, 1980 Pub. Jan. 15, 1981 LEGAL INVITATION TO BID Notice is hereby given that sealed bids on the purchase of one, 20 Passenger Con- ventional Type Bus will be received by the Superinten- dent of Bridgeport School District #75 at his office, P.O. Box 1060 until 8:00 p.m. on February 17, 1981. Specifications may be ob- tained from the Superinten- dent of Bridgeport School District #75 at the above ad- dress. Harry W. Rhodes Superintendent Bridgeport School District No. 75 Pub. Jan. 15, 29, Feb. 12, 1981 I,EGAI, On December 23, 19811, Okanogan County Com- missioners added portions'if two roads to the list ol Coun- ty Roads open to use I)y snownlobiles. Opened froth that date to April 30, 1981. was County Road No. 21117. West Fork Ioad. frottt I.eflt,ock Sno-l)ark t() the Peacock Mtn, Road, Also openc(l was County l{oa(l No. 1090. Buttermilk' ('reek lh)a(l, from the Buttermilk ('reek Britlgc l)arkiil at'ca Ill the Natii)nal F(n'est bt)un. tlrv Silowlni)bilers arc warth,,l th;il their nlat'hities:, ;ire i)l',)tilliite(I liil Jill ,l.'()ulit. J(liad.,, exCClil LII(iSil specifically opened by oF Iirial acth)li. Snownl()hile. ,ire prohibited ()u olleiit, d ('OilotY Roads duriilR lierh)d.'; of ll)g haul ol)erati()ii. ('tirrt'ntly lOg haill Oli(,rations arc takiilg l)hici , i)n Buttermilk Creek If(lad thr(u|gh nlid-February. .\\;nyone wishing infornmtioll aliout ('()tint)' Roads ()llen to snowmobih's is asked to con- hlcl tilt' (:nunt.v Dept. of I)llllli(( wrks. 422-33511. Alan (), Kfilg, p.E.  I)irector of Public Works Pub. Jan. 15, 22. 1981 . IN THE SUPERIOI COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON iN AND FOR THF, COUNTY OF OKANO(;AN hl l'e tile estate el: ) NORMANI) I,I,]E HAYNI"S, ) (leceased ) NO, 8149 NOTI( ,I': TO (:RI,]I)I'I'()I{S Notire is hereby given that the undersigned has been apl)ointe(l and has qualifw(I as A(hninistrator of tilt' above entitled estate: that all persons havinR clailns against said dccease(l are hereby required to serve the salne Oil said I)ersot)al Ileprcsentative and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, toether with proot of stlch service, within f()lll" nlonths alter the date of first publication of this Notice, or the (late of fili)l of a copy of the Notice with the Clerk of the Court. whirhever i htter, or the saliie will he I)arred. 'rholllas Bcniier. A(hllinistrator ()f sai(l Estate p.o. Box 545 9 South Bride Brewster. WA 98812 ( 509 ) 689-3471 Pub. Jan. 15, 22. 2!), Feh. 1. 1981. I,EGAI, Notice of Equalization of Assessmeuts Of The Bridgeport Irrigation District No. I Notice is hereby ivel) that lhe Assessment Book of the Bri(lt4eport lrriRation J)istrict No. l, irl' D()tll,IS (!ounty. State of Washiugt(ul for the year 1981 has I)e(,n t'(ilnl)lete(l an(I that said ilssesslnent book in liOW ill the offi('e of the Secl'e{al'V Of : lhe I)istrict in(l will remain therein for the insl)ection of all interested parties and that the Boar(I (if l)irectors will nlect as a l)ar(t of Equalization to equalize the sai(I assessments on Mon- day, January 19, 1981 at 7:00 P.M., at the Olive Schmhlt resideu(,(;, district offh'e, fit which time and l)lac, e Jill Persolls objecting to asesSlllcnt as nla(Ic illaV I)e hear(I. l)ate(I this 3rd (lay of .htnuary 1981. Olive Schlnidt, Secretary Bridgeport h'riRation I)istrict ,1 I'ub. Jan. 8, 15, 1!)81 ()RI)INANUE 404 AN ()t(I)INANCI'" AMI"N- I)IN(; SE(YrI(JN I1, PAHA(HAIHtS U AND I), (iF ()IH)[NAN(H,] ,397. ANI) S ],:T'r I N('. I{ A 'I' I,: S 'I'III.;IH.]OI". IT IS ItEIH']BY OHI)AINEI) that Lhe I';itc [or t)uut'h I)t);il'. d. or pull labs lit, a Lax t.i)lll- l)ille(t ;it lwo l)cr('olit  2',i. i ol i'tis; I'eCell)tS I'et't'ived froli) the c.itduct i)t such a('liviiy Also, ally val'd allie, ;l lax 'Ollilllllc(l al the /'ate of flY(' i)t,rvenl 1 5q() ) of th() LU'()s lii- i,i)nli, i'P('elV(,(I ll'olll lhe ('oi)- (lii{'l of Silvh a('l.ivilv This or(hnallt'e shall take el- tl,(q ;lll(l I)c infol'(.'t' five ibl d;i,n ;il'ler its l)ii.'4sa,c ;iil(I I)tit)llv;ilioii a l)rovidod I) law I'ASSEI) I)y th(, 'l')wll (;oiiil- (,ii ,)i th(, Towli of l]l'(,wsler ;ili(t al)l)r(ive(I hy ii. lili?.()i" IhJs 91h d;iy of I)ev.. 1981). I I.)wal'd M. I. ;;uill)h' Mi),'or ,VI'TI'>;i : I'ulJ..I;in. 15. 1981 I,EGAI, N()TICE OF EI,ECTION ()kanogan Comity CONSERVATION DISTRICT The election of the Okanogan (ouaty Conservation I)istrict will be held between the hours of 7:00 l).m and 9:00 l)nl. on Second Week of Febr., 1981 at the Cattle- men's Meeting, Okanogan, Washington. All qualifie(I ('ouuty electors oct'ul)yinl4 land withhi the ()kdll(ian C(iUllty ((inSCl'- wition I)istrici are eligible to vote. The l)llrl)ose of thc eh'('l.h)li is Lo elc('t ()lie Sllpervisor of tilt; f)i.qtri('t for i three-year terlli. BY ORDt,]II OF "rile ()kanogan (:ounty CONSI,:IWA'rlON DIST IH("[' SUPERVISOI(S I )ate: l)e('enlber 29. 1980 By: Doug Zahn Chairnlau lh)ard of Supervisors I'ub..lan. 15, 1980 The more you tell, The more you sell! Call 689-2507 STEELHEAD " SALMON' " TROUT Year-round Fishing Larry Mills Licensed Guide P. O. Box 168 Humptulipa, Washington 98552 Phone206-987-2413 Aflel 6 R io Theatre Ruth Gordon, Matt Dillon Friday, Saturday,Sunday . .Jan. 16, 17, 18 Friday & Saturday 7 & 9, Sunday 7 Children under 12 Sl, Adults I2, L'oges 2 s0 Telephone 689-2234 g ()Ir F]D 00,11 ...... /%. I)l'llI'l ll,(,ll(tl)i l,ik(' \\;l)',ltl llllil I)lHIqtit'l lh,II i',illlll) ,I I)t'illi\\; hli hllk (',ill (il klnll ii tiHl, l% \\;%li, klll)%' II(l\\; . t() rihikt, I)'l)l)h' ir.I II('li('l Iliott's Flower Shop Brewster Tel. 678 It's like finding a handful of cash When you use the want ads to sell what you don't need call 689-2507 LEGAL Notice is hereby given that the Town of Bridgeport does call for gasoline, oil and diesel oil requirements for the year 1981. Sealed bids will be opened at the city hall, Bridgeport, Washington, on January 21, 1981 at 7:00 P.M. The Council reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Pat Gordon Clerk-Treasurer Pub. Jan. 8, 15, 1981 , ,f --x. x Locked In by ,,i, > Winter': Fury? . Don't jult sit there, USe your energy lie creat=, *nltrmr deorale . lulld sn I111 rlllll. . Fli ip I hillby irll. v finish Ihl billlsll|.  Pick your proit-t ) " and lee... Grovsrs Building Supply Brewster Tel. 689-2226 We appreciate your business Does your child's caregiver... Seem to hove enough time to look after oil the children in her cere? Recognize the value of play and en- courage your child to be creative and use his/her imoginotion? Join in activities herself? Does your daycare home have... Enough space indoors and out so all the children can move freely and safely? 4) Fire extinguishers ond smoke alarms? Are there opportunities ..... To use moterials and equipment that help children learn new physical skills and control and exercise their muscles? To ploy with many different toys ond equipment that enoble preschoolers to use their imaginations (for example, booksl musical instruments, costumes)? To visit nearby ploces of interest, such as the park, the library, the fire house, o museum? Children out of diapers only Daily rates - $6.50 THE CHILDREN'S HOUSE WE HAVE ALOT TO OFFER & MORE Call us at 689-3231 Open Monday- Friday, 6:30 to 6:00 Paid Advertisement The Country Parson Marks of a Christian Humanist Humanism is the false philosophy of faith in man in- stead of faith in God. We've allowed Humanism to ehase God out of the public school system, and rm afraid we're a!lowing It to chase God out of our churches. No longer are Christians different from the world. We've allowed the world's standards and philosophies to permeate our life to the extent that we are no longer "the salt" of the earth. The following are few of the marks of a Chrlstian Humanist. I. He looks at the world as being divided hire the set ular and the sacred. His christianity can be turned on and off like a spigot. But in God's eyes, every part el our life is to be sat'red. I Cor. 10::11 says "do all to the glory of God." Ii. He educates himself from the secular viewpoint. The Christian Humanist reveres the historian, scientist, sports announcer, and especially the new commentator as the oracles of God. He does not start with the Bible in his view of life, he merely "works it in" if he gets a chance. III. Television add(eat(on and a corresponding world view.  The Christian Humanist loves to gripe about how bad T.V. is getting, but he's powerless to quit watching it. His views on social ethics, morality, politics and current events are totally a product of the T.V. and liberal news media. Lord willing, we'll continue "The Marks of a Christian Humanist" next week, Please write or call if we can be of spiritual help. Sponsored by the New Testament Baptist Church, Box 657, Brewster. Davhl Lockridge, Pastor t '} i