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Cad City Herald January . 1991 II I American Legion extends Legal Notices To Seniors eligibility period for veterans Your Right To Know By Annette Tussing Sponsored by Medical Service Corp. of Eastern Washington Medicaid Move Despite many disappointments in the finally-passed federal budget, there are some gains. The Medicaid frail elderly Home and Community Act was passed. This will make it easier for states to provide very disabled, aged people and those with Alzheimer&apos;s disease long-term care in their homes. However, this homecare program is optional for states. We will need to contact our Legislators to urge them to provide this program in our state. In a recent column we provided several toll-free phone numbers to make this contact with those in Olympia. Consider This The human heart is one of the most reliable and efficient pumps ever devised. Not much larger than a man's fist, yet in less than a second it can squeeze out a third of a cup of blood with such force it surges through more than 60,000 miles of blood vessels. This happens on an average of 72 times a minute, 100,050 times a day, often for more than a century without failing its owner. To make sure it is not at risk, have your blood pressure checked regularly, if you smoke, stop, reduce salt and fat and get exercise. Seniors on Skls Would you dare get on skis and challenge Mt. Spokane slopes? Some seniors do and are. You'll see them in action on the Feb.3 PRIME TIME For Seniors, 5 p.m. Sundays, KHQ- TV Channel 6. Coming soon in February on that show, an intensive look at medical- drug interaction in the aging-a growing threat as you get older. A Spokane pharmacist will give cautions to prevent drug reactions. In Bad Taste The above is the name of a star- fling new book, the first long study on a substance used increasingly in our everyday processed foods and some, like tuna, canned. But if you look in the list of ingredients you probably won't find MSG listed. It can be hidden under a variety of names, including "natural flavoring". Discovered in seaweed by the Japanese many years ago, it enhan- ces all flavors. Even the ',canned!' taste or that from inferior products can be masked by MSG, giving more profits to the processors. Only recently has it been found that many people are, in some degree, allergic to MSG. It can cause everything from minor allergies and behavior problems in children to serious effects like Migraines and heart irregularities. It is often difficult to diagnose the cause. Ask for the book by Dr. G.R. Sch- wartz, Health Press, Santa Fe, NM, or call to order it, 1-800-20718. Senior Sharings In using any medication con- tainer, especially eye drops, do not set the removed cover with its bet- tom on an unsterile surface. Instead lay it on the side, to avoid con- tamination. You can make many products at home, with great savings: dandruff shampoo-crush an aspirin and add to regular shampoo, gives you salicylic acid, base of the commer- cial product. To strengthen fingernails, get white iodine at the drug store. Apply three times a week. If yellowing oc- curs cut to once a week. To cure the "worst ailment known to women" laryngitis: blend equal amounts of fresh carrot and pineap- ple juices. Drink a glass an hour. Free IRS Help While you're gathering together , President Bush has signed legislation authorizing a change in the charter of the American Legion permitting veterans who served during the periods of the liberation of Granada and peacekeeping effor- ts in Lebanon and in "Operation Just Cause" in Panama to join the nation's largest veterans organization. The bill S-3091 was sent to the president on October 22 and signed on October 30. It takes effect im- mediately. Veterans newly eligible to join the Legion are those who served August 24, 1982 - July 31, 1984 (Granada and Lebanon); and from December 20, 1989 - January 31, 1990 (Operation Just Cause). R is estimated that as many as 3.5 million veterans may be affected by this legislation. The extension of membership resulted from a resolution that passed unanimously at the legion's 72nd National Convention in In- dianapolis in 1990. It is the first change in the eligibility dates since 1979. The American Legion National Commander Robert S. Turner has unveiled the Family Support Net- work of the American Legion, a nationwide program to assist, when requested, the families of regular active duty personnel, National Guardsmen and Reservists who were activated and are deployed to operation "Desert Shield" in the Mideast. By dialing a special toll free number 1-800-786-0901 families are often just moments away from receiving the help that they need. Such assistance might range from home maintenance to finding part- time Jobs for families left behind. It has even been used to help families whose water lines have frozen in the recent cold spell. The new extended eligibility dates aLso apply for membership in the American Legion Auxiliary. Any woman whose father, husband, son, brother, grandfather, or themselves served during these newly established dates may now join the auxiliary unit. The auxiliary is in- volved in many worthwhile ac- tivities and needs new members to continue their good works on behalf of veterans and their families. Wage earners due to receive '"Wage and Tax Statements" Taxpayers are receiving their Form(s) W-2, Wage and Tax statement. Employers are required by law to have made these forms available to employees by January 31, 1991, according to Judy Monahan, Public Affairs spokesper- son for the Seattle District of the In- ternal Revenue Service. "Anyone who did not receive a W-2 by January 31, should contact their employer to see if the form is available. If the W-2 has not been received by February 15, call the IRS and ask for assistance. In Seat- tle call the IRS at 422-1040, else where in the state call 1-800-829- 1040," Monahan said. Monahan said to be sure your correct address is on file with the employer. This is the most common cause for non-receipt of the forms. Taxpayers should receive a W-2 form from each employer they worked for during the year, regar- dless of the length of time. Taxpayers unable to get a W-2 before April 15, when the return is due, should file a timely return with the wages and withholding calculated on the basis of whatever records are available, such as payroll stubs, deposit slips, etc. In- clude a statement explaining the computations for the missing wage and tax information. W-2's, or the substitute statement, must be attached to the tax return for the return to be processed. STATE OF WASHINGTON DEPARTMENT OF ECOLOGY NOTICE OF APPLICATION TO APPROPRIATE PUBLIC WATERS TAKE NOTICE: That V AND R PARTNERSHIP of Brewster, Washington on December 12, 1990 under Application No. $4- 30497 filed for permit to appropriate public waters, subject to existing rights, from the Columbia River in the amount of .9 cubic feet per second each year, for irrigation during irrigation season and frost control. The source of the proposed appropriation is located within SE%NE/4 of Section 5, Township 29 N., Range 26 E.W.M., in Okanogltn County. Protests or objections to approval of this application must include a detailed statement of the basis for objections; protests must be accom- panied by a two dollar ($2.00) recor- ding fee and filed with the Depar- tment of Ecology, at the address shown below, within thirty (30) days from January 24,1991. Washington State Department of Ecology Central Regional Office 3601 West Washington Yaklma, Washington 98903-1164 Pub. Jan. 17, 24,1991 -ree tax assistance LEAGUE KOFFEE KUP WEDNESDAY NIGHT MIXED Sloan Farms 1.005 Holy Mackerels 9 2 Bar Feed .875 MiniFarms 6 6 Millwheel .250 BarBusters 4 7 Bridgeport Lanes .250 Sooners 4 8 Johnson Backhoe .250 Team High Series Team High Series Sooners 2295 Sloan Farms 2214 Team High Game Team High Game Sooners 792 Sloan Farms 765 Men's High Series Individual High Series Randy Hurley 556 Kathy Dial 511 Men's High Game Individual High Game Randy Hurley 202 Kathy Dial 183 Women's High Series Team of the Week Ann McIntyre 567 Kathy Dial 511 Women's High Game Dora Adams 508 Ann McIntyre 207 Terri Zahn 452 Louise Guerricabeitia 433 WONIEN'S CITY LEAGUE Splits: Janice Sloan, 5-7. Qulk-E-Mart 7 1 Bridgeport Lanes 6 2 Henton Farms 5 3 Steak House Northtowner Columbia Bank 1 7 ENGINEERS Small Top 10 2 Last Chance 7 5 For Funs 7 5 /y . "9* Eagles II 124 76 Legion Patriots 123 77 Northtowner II i18 82 Skunk's Diddlers 4 117 83 Brewster Shody Boppers 115 65 Crest'view 111 89 3 Lites and a Bud 105 95 Silver Bullets 99 101 Eagles I 98 102 Brewster Chevron 96 104 First Bank 04 105 Eagles IV 64 116 Eagles It 84 116 Northtowner I 79 121 NeLl's Bait & Tackle 78 122 Brewster IGA 75 125 4 4 1 7 SChOOl Lunches available Free tax assistance is available through assistance programs spon- sored by the Internal Revenue Ser- vice and the American Association of Retired Persons. "The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Progam (VITA), is designed to provide free assistance in preparing returns for low income, elderly, non-English speaking, and disabled taxpayers who fill out Form 1040EZ, a basic Form 1040, or Form 1040A," said Judy Monahan, Public Affairs spokesperson. Monahan said complicated tax issues such as capital gains, business expenses and the like are not covered at VITA centers. The Tax Counseling for the Elderly program, co-sponsored by the American Association of Retired Persons and the IRS, is designed to provide free assistance in preparing returns for elderly taxpayers. VITA and TCE volunteers will alert you to credits and deductions for which you may be eligible, such as Earned Income Credit. For further information on either of these programs, including sites, call 1-800-829-1040, or in the Seattle Hot Wheels 5 7 Honeymooners 4 8 Gutter Busters 3 9 Team High Series Last Chance 2285 Team High Game Small Top $}5 Men's High Series Lee Dial 529 Men's High Game Lee Dial 210 Women's High Series Ogle Ray 482 Women's High Game Marge Udeil 208 Men's Team of the Week Lee Dial 529 Stan Sheets 513 John Kiedrowski 504 Start Stotts 501 Women's Team of the Week Ogle Ray 482 Individual High Series Pat Gordon 503 Individual High Game Pat Gordon 187 Team of the Week Pat Gordon 503 Stella Bebee 467 Ogle Ray 441 Donna Dial 436 Splits: Lois Workman, 5-6, 5-10; Pat Gordon, 5-6; Jean Sloan, 5-10. CITY HANDICAP Steak House Bar Feed Bridgeport Lanes Westerdahl Orchs. Team High Series Steak House Team High Game Steak House Individual High Series Joe Dial :- :-- area 442-1040. ,n S,oc00 i,l' D' I0000tting Machine I (I Electronic- second hand) 2 Ribbers for Bulky 155 BRIDGEPORT Monday, January 28 - French toast, sausage, fruit and milk. Lunch - Chicken fried rice, but- tered veggies, hot roll, fruit and 4 0 milk. 4 0 0 4 Tuesday, January 29 - Oatmeal, 0 4 toast, fruit and milk. Lunch - Lasagna, green salad, hot roll, fruit, cake and milk. 2244 Wednesday, January 30 - Waffles, 776 sausage, fruit and milk. Lunch - Turkey pot pie, hot biscuits, fruit, ice cream and 602 chocolate milk. (1 - New & 1 - Used) See For Special Prices Verla's Yarn Shop 2365 Tacoma- Bridgeport ii " ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Mansfield School District No. 207 will receive sealed bids for sale of an antique classic, 1960 Blue Ford Pick- up, as is and a 1978 Plymouth Fury station wagon, as is. Bids will be opened 8:00 p.m., Thursday, February 14th, 1991; at the school beard conference room, Mansfield High School building. BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS MANSFIELD SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 207 Pub. Jan. 17, 24,1991 STATE OF WASHINGTON DEPARTMENT OF ECOLOGY NOTICE OF APPLICATION TO APPROPRIATE PUBLIC WATERS TAKE NOTICE: That NICKELL ORCHARDS - JJ TRACT of Pateros, Washington on December 13,1990 under Application No. G4-30498 filed for permit to ap- propriate public waters, subject to existing rights, from a well in the amount of 90 gallons per minute each year, for irrigation during irrigation season. The source of the proposed appropriation is located within 660 feet east, 330 feet north of southwest corner SW4SW1 of Sec- tion 30, Township 30 N., Range 24 E.W.M., in Okanogan County. Protests or objections to approval of this application must include a detailed statement of the basis for objections; protests must be accom- panied by a two dollar ($2.00) recor- cling fee and filed with the Depar- tment of Ecology, at the address shown below, within thirty (30) days from January 24,1991. Washington State Department of Ecology Central Regional Office 3601 West Washington Yakima, Washington 98903-1164 Pub. Jan. 17, 24,1991 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF DOUGLAS PROBATE No. 91-4-00002-1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS In re the Estate of: CHARLINE BROOKS, deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned has been appointed and has qualified as the Personal Representative of the above entitled estate. That all persons having claims against said deceased are hereby required to serve the same upon said Personal Representative or her attorney, Thomas Benner, at the address below stated and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof of such service, within four months after the date of first publication of this notice or the date of filing of a copy of this notice with the Clerk of the Court, whichever is later, or the same will be barred. Date of first publication: 24 January 1991. Date of filing notice: 18 January 1991. Pauline L. Wherland Personal Representative P.O. Box 881 Bridgeport, WA 98813 Thomas Benner, Attorney at Law P.O. Box 550 Brewster, WA 98812 Pub. Jan. 24, 31, Feb. 7,1991 all of your records and papers to make out your 1990 IRS returns, remember you can get free help in that difficult task, in any com- munity, said Bob Connors, Spokane. Volunteers are trained by the IRS to help seniors. The program runs from February 4 to April 15. Call your local senior center or infor- marion office for times and sites. Agree? Nothing is so annoying as to have someone go right on talking when you are interrupting. I Frl., Sat. &Sun. 7:30p.m. I Rio Theatre I . 689-2234 Marge Udeli 474 Donna Dial 454 Joyce Jensen 439 Splits: Shirley Blelchner, 4-5; Chuck Bleichner, 4-5; Walt Coats, 2-7; Roy Dial, 3-10 (2); Kathy Dial, 2-7; Ogie Ray, 3-10. Pump Installation & Service NO TRAVEL CHARGES New 12,000 lb. pump hoist 24 hr. replacement or service guaranteed 5 yr. guarantee on all stainless steel pumps :? M.V.M. Quality Drilling "We Dig Water" 760 NE Od Highland Orchard Rd. (09) 686-5685 Bridgeport, WA 98813 Lic. #MVMOUD138NO II Individual High Game Thursday, January 31 - Cinnamon Joe Dial 214 toast, celery stick, fruit and milk. Splits: Jerry Henton, 2-7-8; Joe Dial, Lunch - Cowboy beans, buttered 3-10; Herman Penunuri, 5-8-10; Bill vegetables, hot roll, fruit, pudding Zweigle, 5-7. and milk. HOTCAKE FEED / Fr,day, January 25 " Stay and join us for pinochle at 7:30 p.m. Bmwster Senior Center Adults- S3.00 Under 12- $2.50 o,.<..\< co.,.,c,o. Come Join The Fun BUnT License .BOESECM 010W MIKE  I 826-63 12 Orchard Removal and Burnlngl 689-3176 cONSTRUCTION - Hors d'oeuvres - -- Happy Hour Prices All Day -- Brewster House Lounge 689-2587, 102 W. Main, Brewster 689.3376 , , Ill i,'