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Quad Ci~ Herald MArch 22:2(101 Page 11, News of Record MISCELLANEOUS VACATION WOLFF TANNING Beds. Tan at BIG WHITE -Ski home. Buy direct and save! Corn- lets 20% off on all mercial/home units from $199. Low this season. Call monthly payments. Free color Data- 1(888)676-9977 log. Call today 1(800)842-1310, Condos & Cha- remaining dates now to book! or visit PERSONALS TANNING BEDS fer sale: Factory direct. Big selection, commercial and NOTICE: Injury accident, auto, job residential, Wolff Beds and others, related, slip/fall, product liability, Low prices. Desert Viking Distribut- wrongful death. Our law firm can help ing, Portland, call toll free 1(800)795- you. Statewide. Contingent fees 9520. only. 1 (800)310-1260. Sale is limited Wednesday, April 4th [ Cornish Cross Only 55 (meat type) Regular $1.05 each each Selected Pullet Chicks Regular $1.60 each Only Be an early bird & order your birds today before the rush/ 604 Hwy. 97, Brewster * 509-689-2423 or 1 ~800-399-2423 HOURS: M-E 8-5:30. SAT 8-4 Clues ACROSS 1. Fissures 5. Front of a blouse 10. Plaza 14 Minerals 15. Link 16. John Glenn's state 17. First and second 20. Alliances 21. Jewish spiritual leader 22. Dieter's concern (abbr.) 23. March 15 25. Similar to the giraffes 29. Painful disorder 33. Argentinean rodents M. Suffer 35. Household god (Roman) 36. Decays 38. One of the original 13 Colonies 41. Memory board 42. Despot 44. Region of india 45. Flower that yields detergent 48. Musical composition 49. Chinese dynasty 50. Women from the Mayflower 30 31 32 ~m 52 2 11. Whaling-ship captain 12. Appendage 13. Melt off 18. Cut 19. Location 23. More frozen 24. European herb 25. Units of measure 26. African plateau 27. Distinctive odor that is pleasant 28. Paper 29. Anwar el=, I" 50 58 -- --i 39. Admirer 40. Lacking vigor, force or effectiveness 43. No seats available 46. Residences 47. Drunk (slang) 48. Does a dance 50. Sediments 51. Sandwiches 52. Mammal genus 53. Antelopes 54. Frank's diary 55. Sleeps 56. Small island 51. Initiated Egyptian statesman 57. West African 54. Indo-European 30. Whitish tropical fruit language 59. Midwestem capital 31. Weight unit 58. Negatives 62. Right 32. Where sports events 60. Law degree 63. Masculine (Sanskrit) 64. Recreate 65. Impertinence 66. Make the sign of the cross 67. Area of France Clues down 1. Hockey great 2. Asian nation 3. So that not 4 Tennis great 5. Cabals 6 Saint . Tastes Word element meaning "ear" 9. Large integer 10. Demure take place 37. Greek portico 61. Zero E P K E E D I A I A FIE RI A I C TIE m DIS El T LIE I T LEGAL NOTIC YOUR RIGHT TO KNOW Quad City Herald has been approved as a legal newspaper by an order duly made and entered in the Superior Court of the state Washington, for Okanogan County, on the 7th day of August, 1941; and in the Superior Court of the State of Washington, for Douglas County, on the 3rd day of June 1952. IN THE SUPERIORCOURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF OKANOGAN In re the estate of: ) ) NO. 01-44X 13-5 HOMER W. HARKINS, ) P ) NOTICE TO CREDITORS ) ) NOTICE IS HERI Y GIVEN that the underdgned has applied and has qualified as the Personal Relresentafive of the above eatitled estate. That all persons having claims against said deceased are hereby required to serve the same upoa said Personal Representative or her attorney, Thomas Bonnet, at the adtkess below stated and file the same with the Cleric said Corm, together with proof of such service, within four months after the date of first pubikafion of this notice or the date of filing of a copy of this notice with the Clerk of the Corm, whicbever is later, or the same will be banred. Date of tim March 15, 2001 of filing of Notice: March 7, 2001 Edna Lynne Hunt , Personal Representative P.O. Box 851 Cbelan, WA 98816 Thomas Bonnet, Attorney at Law P.O. Box 550 Brewster, WA 98812 (509) 689-3471 Pub. March 15, 22, 29, 2001 WORKS ROSTER PUIBLIC NOlrlCE CALL BIDS Sealed bids wiU be received by the city of Pateme at 113 Drive, Petetm, WA 98846 ealil 3. 0 p.m. 0ocal time) on Maceh 28, 2001, for the city of Patego 2001 A pitait Conmet Slxeet Overlay ProjeDL Tbe project scqae will include 60,616 feet and al mximately 640 tom of ACP CL G in city owned I tdng lots iocaled in the eomme ial era of Pateros. All Idds mint i= lude prevailing wages md all state and local sales lax. Plato and m available at Patefos City Hall, 113 lakesha'e Drive, Patems, WA. Tlz e will be a pre-bid walk of the project at 10:00 a.m. oa Match 23, 2001. Pub. Maleh 15,22,2001 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF DOUGLAS In re the estate of: ) ) ROSE BEATRICE STIRLING, ) ) deceased. ) ) ) NO. 00-44)0092-2 NOTICE OF PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE'S INTENTION TO SELL REAL PROPERTY NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Personal Representative of the Estate of Rose B. Stifling will seek approval of the Douglas County Superior Court for the sale of certain real property described below at a hearing before said Court at the hour of 1:30 p.m the I0 day of April, 2001. The purpose of this notice is to afford any interested person an opportunity to submit an offer to the Personal Representative prior to the date of the hearing in an amount exceeding the sale price set forth below. Description of Real Property: The property to be sold is known as the "Stifling Motel" situated at 1717 Foster Creek Avenue, Bridgeport, Washington, and more particularly described as portions of Lots I through 4, inclusive; Block 99, Original Plat of Bridgeport, Douglas County, Washington, Douglas County Assessor's Tax xcel Number. 3300001115. Prke: The Personal Representative will seek approval to sell the property for the total purchase price of $50,000. The Personal Representative, through counsel, will inform the Court of all offers currently pending on the property and will seek approval of the highest and best offer. No "tlfication of your offer must be in writing, together with the complete name, address and contact telephone number, and must be provided to the attorney for the Estate no later than 5:00 p.m April 2001. Any inte sted party is invi l to attend the hearing on the aforementioned date and time in the Superior Courtroom, Douglas County Comlhonse, Watexville, Washhagton. Dated: 3/14/01 Thomas Benner, WSBA No. 9108 Attorney for Estate P.O. Box 550 Brewster, WA 98812 Pub. March 22, 29, 2001 PUBLIC HEARING Bridgeport City Council will hold a Public Hearing on March 28, 2001 at 7:00 p.m. in the Council Chamber of City Hall. The purpose of the hearing is to take public comments on the proposed amendments to the Comprehensive Plan and the Zoning Regulations. These amendments are the results of the City's required 5-year review and update pursuant to RCW 36.70A. 130( 1 ). The amendments are primarily those needed to recognize the changes that have occurred within the community as well changes to the Growth Management Act Within the comprehensive plan the capital facilities element has substantial Updates, the required changes to comply with the Level of Service Bill are proposed, and there has been a Cultural Diversity element added. Within the zoning regulation, only minor amendments are proposed dealing with existing single family residence in the Central Business District, fence standards citywide and temporary RV occupancy on lots in residential areas. A copy of proposed amendments to the Comprehensive Plan and Zoning Ordinance is available at City Hall. The public is encouraged to attend and take .part in the process. Written comments will be accepted at City Hall, P.O. Box 640, 1206 Columbia Ave B ridgeport, WA 98813 until 4:00 p.m. on March 28, 2001. Pub. March 22, 2001 Located in the GIFT SHOP City Herald 525 W. Main Browser 689-2507 or 689-2508 Your Right to Know District Court (none) Superior Court The court found probable cause to charge Tammara Larae Ottinger, of Brewster, with Unlawful Obtaining a Legend Drug. Bail was set at $2,500. Edorado R. Orozco, age 25, pleaded guilty to Attempted Possession of a Firearm. He was sentenced to 90 days with 55 suspended and fined a total of $630.50. Marriage Licenses Teodosia Ortiz, age Brewster. 32, of Brewster, to wed Noe Grajeda, age 30, of 911 Blotter Monday, March 12 5:08 a.m SherifFs Office, Theft: a pickup was taken from a garage on North Star Rd near Brewster. A Berretta firearm with ammunition was also located in the vehicle. Suspect information was taken. 3:31 p.m Sheriff's Office, Violation of No Contact Order: a report of a subject on W. Indian St Brewster, receiving a postcard from a juvenile in violation of a no contact order. The card was not signed. 8"20 p.m Brewster PD, Drugs: one subject was cited in a vehicle on Columbia St Brewster, for Possession of Less than 40 Grams of Marijuana. Tuesday, March 13 7:57 p.m Sheriff's Office, Recovered Property: a canopy that was on the vehicle stolen from a residence on North Star Rd. on March 12 was found seven miles up Cameron Lake Rd. The owner was notified. Wednesday, March 14 6:03 a.m Brewster PD, Vandalism: parked on E. Griggs St Brewster. a window was broken on a vehicle Thursday, March 15 11:44 a.m Sheriff's Office, Recovered Property: a wallet was found in an orchard near the junction of Hwy. 17 and Hwy. 97. 8:10 p.m Brewster PD, Vandalism: a report of a subject throwing a rock at a car in the Peachtree Apts. parking lot. The police were unable to locate the subjecL C hile Chicken Rice Casserole Spices Up Recipe Contest (NAPS)--Chicken and rice and tongue-tingling spice. That's what winning recipes are made of. Faced with 1,200 entries, the judges for Rice-A-Roni's 2000 National Rice and Chicken Month recipe contest found a favorite in Roxanne Chan's Chile Chicken Rice Casserole. The Albany, Calif resident and passionate contest entrant won the $5,000 grand prize. "My 12-year-old son loves Rice- A-Roni," Chan said. "I know. that when I make a dish like this, it will please the whole family." A mixture of creamy cheese, chicken-flavored Rice-A-Roni and sour cream is complemented by mild Mexican seasonings in this showstopper main-dish meal. The second annual contest encouraged Rice-A-Roni lovers to showcase their favorite pairing of America's best-selling flavored rice and chicken. Entries showed that the family favorite is versa- tile enough to be used in casse- roles, skillet meals, innovative soups, salads and ethnic dishes. Eight winners received a total of $9,000 in prize money. All of the winning recipes can be found at Here is Chart's winning recipe: Chile Chicken Rice Casserole 12 oz. boneless, skinless chicken breasts, cut into 1-inch pieces 2 tablespoons vegetable oil, divided 1 (6.9-oz.) package Chicken Flavor RICE-A-RoNI 1 (4.5-oz.) can diced green chiles 3 green onions, sliced 1/~ cup sour cream 2 eggs ~/~ cup milk ~/z cup flour 1 teaspoon chili powder 1 cup shredded jalapefio Jack cheese Toppings: sour cream, toma- toes, avocado, cilantro 1. Preheat oven to 425"F. Heat 1 tablespoon oil in large skillet; saut6 chicken over medium-high heat for 5 min- utes or until no longer pink inside. Transfer to mixing bowl. Add remaining 1 table- spoon oil to same skillet; saut6 rice-pasta mix until golden brown. 2. Add 2//2 cups water and seasoning packet to skillet; bring to a boil. Reduce heat to low, cover and simmer 15-20 minutes until rice is tender. 3. To chicken in mixing bowl, add cooked rice, green chiles, green onions, and //2 cup sour cream; mix well. 4. In separate bowl, whisk together eggs, milk, flour and chili powder. Add cheese and mix well. 5. Spread chicken and rice mixture in a round, oiled 2-quart glass casserole dish. Pour cheese and egg mixture evenly over chicken and rice. Bake for 20 to 25 minutes, uncovered, or until topping is puffed and lightly browned. To serve, cut into wedges. Top each wedge with sour cream and sprinkle with chopped tomato, avocado and cilantro. Serves 6. The word Carnival comes from the Latin words for "goodbye to meat" As early as the Middle Ages a tradition developed that called for feasting prior to the 40-day period of fasting known as Lent. This became the Carnival. 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