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Quad City. Herald March 11_ 1993 PagA | 1 r CLASSIFIEDS [ ,i- ,,# EM l 4 p.m. - 8 p.m. Dish washing .posi- tion shift open. Mon. - Fri. alternate weekends. Starting at $5.15 hr. Call Kerri at 689-2546 or 689-3606 after 5 p.m. TDD 689-3125 EOE NH688. 2tc 11 AVON CALLING "YOU" Its never been a better time then now to sell Avon. No money needed to get started. Call today and share "ANEW" experience. 686-6921. tfcll $2(10. $500 WEEKLY Assemble products at home. Easy[ No selling. You're paid di- rect. Fully Guaranteed. FREE Information-24 Hour Hotline. 801-379-2900. Copyright #WA02ff750. 8tpll Help Wanted: Farm worker for dry land wheat farm. Tractor driving, light mechanical work. Brewster area. Experience preferred. 683-1955. 2tell IMMEDIATE OPENING. Diesel Truck parts person. No lay offs in last 10 years. Pull time career posi- tion. Call 1(800)962-8838. Cascade Diesel, Moses Lake, WA. THE UNITED STATES Coast Guard is seeking women between 17 & 27 interested in protecting the environment and saving lives. Ac- tive duty and reserve .positions available. Call I(800)GET-USCG. NEWS EDITOR for Northeastern Washington County Seat Weekly. Responsible for directing staff re- porters, layout using pagemaker & copy editing. Salary D.O.E. Send resume to The Newport Miner, P. O. Box 349, Newport, Washington 99156. ELECTROLUX. The finest name in floor care products, now hiring part & full time for sales & service in this area. Opportunity $200- $1,000 monthly part time, more full time. No investment. Call 1(800)421-1597. DRIVER ELITE needs drivers[ Conventional tractors-flatbed trail- ers. Run 48 states. Late model con- ventional's. Requires: Good driving record, CDL license, 23 yrs. mini- mum. Great benefits. 1(800)548- 3120. PLOYMENT J Wanted full or part time Cosmetolo- gist. 686-4711 or 689-2349. 2tell CRUISE LINE. Possible $1,000 weekly_. Experience unnecessary. Free room/food. Staff: bars, restau- rants, offices, shops, maintenance, housekeeping, others. Sea- sonal/year round. (407)578-8111, ext. 117. IES. CLASSIFIEDS 589-2507 FORRENT For Rent: 3 bedroom, 2 bath home. 3 mi. N. of Methow. $450.00 mo., $150.00 deposit. Tel. 923-2402 be- tween 9:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. or 206-629-4126 evenings. 3tc4 Peachtree Apartments is now ac- cepting applications for one bed- room apartments. Seniors only. Equal Opportunity Housing (subsidized). 689-2320. tfc6 Brewster Garden Apts. is now ac- cepting applications for one bed- room apartments. Seniors only. Equal Opportunity Housing (subsidized). 689-3324. tfc29 Mansfield Manor Apts. Now taking applications for one or two bedroom units. Subsidized rent. Equal Op- portunity housing. 683-1187. tfc 18 FOR RENT: In Pateros March 20th. 2 bedroom, large yard. View of the river. $385 per month. $150 damage deposit. Plus all ulitities. 206-668- 5869. 2tc4 For Rent: Mobile home. No pets or children. $200 deposit. $ 300 per month. 689-3155. ltpl 1 FOR RENT: 2 bedroom mobile home in Bridgeport. $335.00 per month plus $200 damage & cleaning deposit. No pets. References required. 686- 3442 after 5 p.m. ltcll Joseph  Cove Apartments .oo.L .oo.,.o OPPORTUN:TY Now accepting applications lor 2 & 3 bedroom apartments. (Subsidized) 6864731. TFC Douglas County Sheriff's Office February 28: Robert Chesser, 33, Mansfield, was arrested on charges of fourth degree assault, domestic violence. March 3: Two juvenile females, ages 14 and 16, were issued juvenile intake forms (the equivalent of a ci- tation) for third degree theft after an investigation into a shoplifting inci- dent reported at Molkjer's Food City in Bridgeport. March 5: A crew from the Douglas County Public Works Department reported two separate piles of litter along a county road. After an investi- gation, Gregorio Colunga-Ramirez, 30, Bridgeport, was charged with two counts of littering. A case of shoplifting was reported at the Bridgeport Quik-E-Mart. While one man distracted the clerk, a second man took a case of beer and left the store. The second man also ran from the store, and both jumped into a white pickup and fled the scene. Two suspects were identified by witnesses, and an unsuccessful search was made for the suspect vehicle. A report was filed with the Douglas County Prosecutor's Office, and charges are pending. A 17 year old juvenile was charged with driving without a valid driver's license. March 6: Andres Ramirez, 26, Orondo, was cited for having no valid driver's license. Luis Carlos, 22, Brewster, was cited for having no valid driver's license. March 7: Carlos Maldonado, Brewster, was arrested and charged with driving while under the in fluence of intoxicants and for having no valid driver's license. Okanogan County Sheriff's Office February 15: Jose Rojas, 22, Pa- teros, was cited for having no proof of insurance. February 21: An accident was re- ported about two miles north of Pa- teros. Jeanne Miller was driving north on Highway 97 about 3:45 p.m. when she reportedly fell asleep at the wheel and her car ran off the road. The car went over an embankment and landed near the railroad tracks. Miller was transported by Okanogan County Fire District No. 5 Ambulance to Oka- nogan Douglas Hospital where she was kept overnight for observation and released. February 21: A report was received of an accident at the CFN gas station in Pateros. Catherine McCall, Methow, was preparing to fill the gas tank of her car when the car started to roll away. McCall attempted to stop it, fell, and was injured. She was trans- ported by Fire District No. 5 ambu- lance to Okanogan Douglas Hospital, where she was treated and released. March 5: Gaylord Schank, 51, Mukilteo, was cited for traveling 72 miles per hour in a 55 mph zone. Brian Gates, Pateros, was arrested and charged with driving while under the influence of intoxicants. March 6: A report of checks being written on a closed account was re- ceived from Whybark's Family Store of Brewster. The case is still under investigation. Darrell Schindler, 25, Everett, was cited for driving with a sus- pended license and failing to stop at a stop sign. Brewster Police Department March 1: An 18 year old man was charged with illegal possession and/ or consumption of intoxicants. March 5: A 20 year old man was charged with display ofalteredlicense plates and failure to have proof of insurance as the result of an investi- gation of an accident. March 6: A 27 year old man was charged with driving while under the influence of intoxicants and driving without a driver's license. A 26 year old man was charged with driving without a driver's license. March 7: A 26 year old man was charged with driving while under the influence of intoxicants and driving without a driver's license. A juvenile was charged and trans- ported to the Okanogan Juvenile Detention Center for burglary and taking a motor vehicle without the owner's permission. A report was received of a vehicle prowl that occurred while the car was parked in front of a Brewster resi- dence. The case is still under inves- tigation. Delaware was the first state to ratify the U.S. Constitution. MARCH 8, 1913 Mrs. D.S. Gamble and Mrs. A. Nitteberg spent part of Sunday at the Perkins ranch on Brewster flat. Ab Acord, Clarence Ward,Ed Slagle and Bess and Ethel Acord left Friday for the outside. Clifford Chase departed the lwst of the week for Spokane where he went, as it is rumored, t be married to Mrs. Opal Dunlap, a niece to Mrs. E.R. Tyler of this place. The program for the Men's Broth- erhood Club next Tuesday March eleventh is as follows: Theme: Indus- try. Current events in the Industrial World. Report on the Minimum Wage, A. Anderson, British Industrial Unrest, Arthur Mikel; Debate on educational questions, Fred Mikel and L.B. Dewey; Brotherhood, L.A. Dale. MARCH 12, 1943 Carl Eiliott recently received the appointment as postmaster from President Roosevelt. The following men have been ac- cepted for service in the U.S. Army during March: Thomas K. Welbom, Brewster, EugeneV.Thomton,Pateros. Brewster had a quiet school election last Saturday with 35 ballots cast. Those elected were Mr. S. Todd, Max Goehry and Art Brown. Mr and Mrs Ralph Renner recently purchased the Claude Gillespie place in Brewsterand the property formerly occupied by the Trammer family. Charles J. Miller and Jack Laurie of Pateros have been transferred from San Antonio to Hicks Field, Fort Worth, Texas. QUAD CITY HERALD LEGAL N’3TICES YOUR RIGHT TO KNOW Weed Board Calls For Nominations Nominations are now being accepted for the position of Weed Board Mem- ber for noxious weed areas #2 and #4. Weed area #2 includes the towns of Brewster, Pateros, Carlton, and sur- rounding areas. Weed area #4 includes the towns of Omak, Okanogan, Riv- erside, and Conconully and surrounding areas west of the Okanogan river. Persons interested in serving on the Board should contact the Noxious Weed Office to obtain a nomination form. Nominees are required to sub- mit a written application to the Board, as well as the nomination form which must contain signatures of at least ten (10) registered voters residing in the Weed Area they are to represent. The letter of application and nomination form must be submitted to the Oka- nogan County Noxious Weed Con- trol Board, P.O. Box 791, Okanogan, WA 98840 no later than Monday, March 22, 1993. The Weed Board shall conduct apublic hearing to consider applications on Wednesday, March 24, 1993 at 3:30 PM, in Public Hearing room 103 on the first floor of the Okanogan County Courthouse. The Board shall then submit all applications along with recommended choices of the Board to the Okanogan County Commis- sioners. The Commissioners shall revie:: al,kapplications and appoint selected nominees to serve on the Weed Board for a term of four years. Members of the Okanogan County Noxious Weed Control Board meet once each month. Board members are not paid for their service, but are reimbursed for actual expenditures related to travel. For more information, please contact the Noxious Weed Office at (509) 422-5408, or write to the address given above. Pub. March 11, 18, 1993 AUCTION UPHOL;TERY STORAGE BARBER TOWING PIZZA .BEAR COVE PIZZA Pizza to (;o! 689-3379 322 A'. Main Ave., Brewslcr CLEANERS SURVEYORS ELE(:TRIC ARTS & CRAFTS AC( :OUNTANTS VIDEOS MISCELLANEOUS BEAR COVE VIDE() Video Rentals & Sales 689-3379 322 W. Main Ae., Brevsler BEAUTY 'wh00# :.oo! RESTAURANTS MINI MARTS HARDWARE [ I "\\; & eusss Sales\\; Highway 97- 8rewmr fm B uo Brewster * 689-2634 Tel. 509-689-2430 or 689.3327 or 686-5071 IJc. #407 -- :_ Quad CIty Herald Brewster 689-2507 ,... %....,: ,. ::., {: {.&,#.... ......  .i?"{"i'.':.'>:*:**:"i i AYERS NORTHWEST PROFESSIONAL SURVEYORS , TWISP, WA988561 Ill / l 1-800-732-7442 LAND PLANNERS SiTE PLANS - LAND SURVEYS ROAD & CONSTRUCTION SURVEYS OPEN 24 Hours Highway 97. Brewster Td. 689.2538 Carors Style Stop Men's & Women's Hedr Care Ear Piercin9 Waif Tandn9 System Manicuring & Acrylic Nls n M=. u S,. tI-:, Senior Cizencounts "1 Mon. Thin Wel. 1125 Columbla St 6864711 ' ACE IlARDWAR] 'Q_. • ...... " Paints, Plumbing, Electrical, Irrigation and Tools Brewster - Phone 689-2711 THE SPOT UPHOLSTERY Auto - Furniture Recreational Vehicle Sewer & Drain Cleaning Tel. 689-2814 7 Days a Week • 24 Hrs. a Day In Business Locally 16 years Ouad City Herald 689-2507 [ ,.o,,..... ,. i rSOLSTOOO..AR00' Barber Shop ! 24 Towt.g S00ice I 689-2292 or 689-3527 I Brewster, Wa. I 8:00 - 5:00 Mon. - Sat. L ; (Webuy wrecked cars) ffcl0 1 Coin Operated Laundry Dry Cleaning, Men. - Fri. 11:00A.M. to 1:00 P.M. 9:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. Triangle Laundromat Brewster - Tel. 889-2888 Kevin R Skirko, c00,e wubi=c Accountant 106 W. Main Tel. 689-2117 I __Pateroe Super Stop Restaurant Mini.Mart • Fut Food. Video Rent=l= Store Houm: 5 a.m.-12 midnight Restaurant Hour=: Mon.-Thum. 6 a.m..- p.m, Fd., Sat. & Sun. 6 a.m.-10 p.m. Paleros • 2411 IJke•hor, Ddv, • 923-2200 Northtowner Restaurant ",.n/Iro You Is Our Pleasure" 686-7979 -- Bddgepod Seaf00,,,ds * Service Work * on Furnaces & Pumps -Wiring Supplies * * Range Elements & Parts * 689-2321 117 W, Main, Brewster Appliances Refrigerators • Stoves Freezers • Dishwashers Tool Rental (Indoor & Outdoor) Refrigeration, Air Conditioning and Appliance Repair Brewster Drug Annex and True Value Hardware 202 Main Ave., Brewster (509) 689.2147 t t @0 e@ ee/\\;** • • ee/.. \\;ee _ --I I II l I I oe/,_ RI(\\;ie /'v_ ee ( 3-,_. ' ''" > * Lf', ee\\; (,=r/./ee vu • 4.\\;" "?)?)"'/** • • • • , • ";.\\; '/.& ,,,,, i _*M 'e 689"2234 QuadC!t2;Heral  A-1 Heating & Sheet Metal Furnace Installation Furnace Repair All Makes & Heating Equipment Neal Swezey Brewster - 689-2767 The Business Directory