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LIVESTOCK ************************'**** * PANORAMIC RIVERVIEW * * ACRES in Brewster. Build your * dreams on 2.09 cleared acres. * . . * Water services avadable. * Spectacularopportunity. Serene * peacefulness, privacy, security. * Breathtaking view. $50,000. Dr. : Thornsberry. 689-2856. tfc6 *************************** 5 acre+ waterfront lots behind Chief Joseph Dam. All utilities in. 69,900 - 99,900. 664-1088 wk., 662-5442 hm. tfc5 For Sale: 6 to 8 acres on Brewster Flat. Tel. 689-2166. tfc 19 LAND SALE! 20 ac - $29,900 winter liquidation. Owner selling Idaho ranch land between Snake & Salmon Rivers - near Hells Canyon Rec area & millions of acres ofnat'l forest. Rolling terrain, spectacular viewst Power, phone, excellent financing. Rare opp'ty - don't miss out! Call now, (208)839-2501. MCCALL AREA "Gods Country" or yours as soon as you've seen it... 20 usable acres surrounded by national forest. Offers post card perfect mountain views with new road access, utilities& owner financing. This property for future happiness is available now on a 1st come basis for only $25,000. Call now 1 (800)807- 5263, ext. 1737. Bluegreen/Idaho. OREGON Timberland Repossession. 3.76 acres, Klamath Falls, big pines, some slope, close to Hwy, $10,000 cash, or T.O.P. $90 down, $110 monthly. OWC (541)858-7194. BARGAIN homes. Thousands of Government foreclosed and repos- sessed properties being liquidated this month! Call for local listings! 1(800)501-1777, ext. 3099. GOVERNMENT foreclosed homs, pennies on the $1. Repo's, VA, HUD,Sheriffsales. Nomoneydown government loans available now. Local listings. Toll free 1(800)669- 2292, ext. H-4000. LOST & FOUND PETS FARM EQUIP. SERVICES -INANCIAL $$BAJILLION..dol!ars$$..Receivin Annuii ,otie:W!ii[iis'. ) lbb'd'" pays mbre for cash flows. 'We'll prove it Skip Foss et al, 1 (800)637- 3677. "CASH". Immediate $$ for structured settlements and.deferred insurance claims. J. G. Wentworth, 1 (888)231- 5375. CREDIT CARD problems? Debt consolidation,Avoid bankruptcy. Stop creditor calls. Cut interest. No credit check. One low payment. 1 (800)270- 9894.. : EASY MONEY. Private investor has money to loan. I lend on: raw land, rentals, mobiles, commercial, etc. I rely on equity. Call Eric Foss, 1(800)563-3005. DEBT CONSOLIDATION. Free Quad City Herald 689-2507 consultation! Reduce payments, eliminate interest, re-establish credit, stopcollection calls. I simplepayment, save thousands. ADMS Non-Profit Corp., 1(800)294-2367, ext. 309, REFINANCE now] 6.125% 30 yr fixed, 6.613% APR or 6% 15 yr fixed, 6.498% APR. 2rid mortgage debt consolidatiofis to 135%. We loan toall. 1(888)663-328 l,Licensed Mortgage Broker. *FAST loans*. Homeowners. Say good-bye to your high interest rate loan. Get $20,000-$100,000. Cash for any reason! Pay off bills. Self- employment ok] Prior bankruptcy okl Nothing out of pocket] No obligation1 Don't delay! Refinance today] 1(800)948-0514. Licensed Mortgage Broker, ARE YOU drowning in debt? Debt relief-free, immediate, confidential. Consolidate payments, lower interest. Call 1 (888)BILL-FREE or 1 (888)245- 5373. American Credit Counselors, non profit. STATEWII)E CLASSIFIEDS BANKRUPTCY $79+. E-Z file system stops collections/garnishments! Guaranteed valid all states. Divorce $99+. Weve helped 1,000's! Fast . courteous service.FreshStart America, 1(888)395-8030,toil free. DEBT CONSOLIDATIONS. Cut monthly payments up to 30-50%. Reduce interest. Stop collection calls. Avoid bankruptcy, free confidential help, Genus Credit Management. Non-profit, licensed/bonded. 1 (800)318-3652. $$$OVER DUE bills? Credit problems? Call for information on how to cut .monthly payments up to 50%. Consolidate now! Call Credit Services, 1(800)366-9698, extension 484. For Sale by owner 38.5 acres with well on Brewster Flat. Call 689- 4076. No Saturday calls, tfc4 II I III LAND COMPANY 416 N. Bridge St., Brewster 689-3610 Mark Miller (689-3890) Gary Goble (689-3232) i Mark Worth Jim Talley (682.2947) i Jackle Goble (689-3232) Clean, 2 bdnn. home with furniture, Brewster. $66.500 2 bdrm. home on Bar, view of Columbia River. $108.000. Corranercial building, Bridge St.. Brewster. $50,000. 3 Ixirm., 2 bath home on Bridgeport Bar, barn, pens, cross fenced approx. 20 acres. $150,000. 1 1/2 + acre building lots on Monse River Road. $25,000 with water & electricity. Many neat features, 4 bdnn., 2 bath, full basement, home on Bridge St., Brewster. $89.000. 4 bdrm., 2 bath home on Hospital Hill with great view of Brewster & Columbia River. $109,500. 2 bdrm., remodeled ranch house, large barn on 40 acres of view. $179,900. 2 bdrm. home in Brewster witll basement. $59,900. I II I BRIDGEPORT Spacious 3/4 acre "park like" city lot with stately 4 bedrooms, 1 3/4 bath home on the edge of town. Ceramic tile kitchen floors & counters. $89,000. BRIDGEPORT BAR Top quality remodeled country home on 65'x336' landscaped lot. Includes French doors, vinyl windows & siding, country porch, Berber carpets. $84.900. BRIDGEPORT Solid& tidy 2 bedroom home. Fenced yard (4 lots) with 2 car garage, 3 carporls, newer heat pump. natural wood interior trim, covered breezeway, $62,950. PATEROS Mini-farm on the edge of town with home, cabin, garage, shop & more on 3 1/2 irrigated acres Of pasture. Newermanufactured home with 3 bedrooms. 2 baths, deck and mature iandaping. $149,000. North 238 Lakeshore Dr., P.O. Box 398  Pateros, WA. 98846  | | 509/923-2586 qr--f' | |' 1-800-209-4138 PIBL/UH , 09tlun=ty AI Milton, Branch Mgr... 689-3205 Carol Mooney ................. 923-2963 Spencer Lince ................. 923-2188 The Quad City Herald participates in a statewide classified ad program sponsored by the Washington NewspaperPublishers Association, an association of weekly newspapers. It allows classified advertisers to participate in weekly papers throughout the state in compliance with the following rules. You may submil ads through this newspaper. There are more than a million papers in circulation. The rate is $175 for up to 25 words, plus $7 per word over 25 words. WNPA reserves the right to edit all ad copy submitted and to refuse to accept any ad submitted for the statewide program. Each newspaper retains discretion to refuse to run any particular ad accepted by WNPA. WNPA does not guarantee that every ad will be run in every newspaper. WNPA will, on request, for a $25 fee, provide information on which newspapers:un a.r, particular ad within a 30diifiod. Typographical errors (wrong address, telephone number, name or price) will result in a "make good,, in which a corrected ad will be run the following wek: WNPA incurs no other liability for errors in publication. If you would like to run a statewide classified, please Stop in or call the Quad City Herald (509) 689-2507 ' i1-800-201-2507 FAX (509) 689-2508 525 Main Ave., P.O. Box 37, Brewser, WA. 912 Annual spring horse sale, Saturday, April 18, 10 a.m. Okanogan Livestock Market, Okanogan, WA. 2tc9 Final qsoncert for, The Okanogan Valley Orchestra will present its final concert of the 1997-98 season Sunday, April 19 at 3:00 in the Omak Performing Arts Center. Or- chestra members will form three en- sembles for three distinctly different classical works. Roz Nau, Tineke Dahi, Joe Curry, and Janet Wright, the locally famous string quartet, will play the last movement of Beethoven's Quartet in B-flat major, Op. 18, #6. A woodwind ensemble of two oboes, two clarinets, two bassoons, two hems, and a flute, will play Gounod's Petite Found: In early March, puppy on Brewster Flat - Golden Lane. Looks part German Shepard. Female. One blue eye. (509)689-2785. ltc9 L E For Sale: Border Collie puppies,butcher hogs and young Holstein shorthorn cross bull. 689-2232. 3tp9 MUST SELL IMMEDIATELY, 2 ARCH STYLE BUILDINGS, 25X38 & 50X100. 1-800-330-7118. 2tp9 B.Z. FIELD MOWING & Post Hole Digging Commercial & Residential Dependable & Reasonable Rates. Bryan - 509-997-1610. tfcl9 SINGER Wedding, funerals, special occasions. Price negiotable. Sample tape available. Call Lynn 686-0123 or E-Mail greggls@televar.com, tfc5 BELL'S HANDYMAN SERVICE LICENSED ' BONDED INSURED "'We Can Do It'" If you have any needs around the house or in the house, give us a ring at 923-9275 We have excellent references You'll be happy with our performance! Lie. #BELL?ISO38KF NOW RENTING! , F]00ARPET /00-jIEXPRESS. L_J Wire vlbratlq bnnffa! Professional Carpet Cleaning Machine & Solutions Rent The Best! II . nl (00Saws & Scissors sharpened here! sharpened here!d'00 MEMORIAL FUNDS  -Ill -- - tlgABT_LU00 Mrs. Horace Smith P.O. Box 621 Brewster, WA. 98812 CANCER FUND Mrs. Morreli Hull P.O. Box I75 B rewster, WA. 98812 Washington Trust Bank c/o Barbara Dezellem P.O. Box 700 Bridgeport, WA. 98813 OK.-DO. HOSPITAL MEMORIAL FUND Berta Watts .".,i: P.O. Box 577 :: Brewster, WA. 98812 II II I ,. II II II I (5009) 689-2508 Quad City Herald (509) 689-2507 1-800-201-2507 525 Main Ave., Brewster Ouad Ci HArald Andl 9 199R Page 11 2"." ;3 lo be held April 19 Symphonic. And the chamber orches- tra composed of woodwinds, horns, and strings, seventeen musicians in all, will play Gaetano Brunetti's Sym- phony No. 23 in F major. Bonnie Colpitts of Brewster and Amanda Golden of Bridgeport play in Ihe cham- ber orchestra. The orchestra is pleased to wel- come back Arik Whitaker for th is con- cert. Arik is home temporarily from Brigham Young University and will join Wally Moore on horn for the symphonies by Gounod and Brunetti. Ouad ,ty Herald has been approved as a legal newspaper by an order duly made and entered in the Superior Court of the State of 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 SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF DOUGLAS In re the estate of: ) ESTHER MAY BEADELL, ) deceased. ) NO. 98-4.00017-6 NOTICE TO CREDITORS 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/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: April 2, 1998 Date of filing of Notice: March 31, 1998 Personal Representative: Thomas Benner, Attorney at Law P.O. Box 550 Brewster, WA. 98812 (509) 689-3471 Pub. April 2, 9, 16, 1998 LEGAL Douglas County PUD will be conducting a reservoir and dam survival study for Wells Dam in April. This survival study is required by a mitigation agreement with State and Federal Fisheries Agencies and Indian Tribes. The District is also required to conduct the study as a condition of the Mid- Columbia Habitat Conservation Plan under the Mid-Columbia Endangered Species listings. As part of the study, the District will use three floating fish traps at night on the Methow River. The traps will be fished near the Miller Hole (River Mile 1.8). The Methow River will be blocked to raft passage from dusk to dawn from April 13 thru 21. During the day the traps will be beached to allow raft passage. We apologize for any inconvenience this study may cause you. Please contact Mr. Shane Bickford or Mr. Jim McGee at 1-800-503-7990 if you have any questions about the study or trap location. i: 1 :lI "' .... .. .: . OI I"," .... .k. l . -" ' + / -,',")'. 'A.- \\;' ',, ] ' ! 1 , , /, ! ",, f 0011./00I \\; "-.. ' ! .... - , t, , / lub. April 2, 9, 16. 1998 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF OKANOGAN In re the Matter of: ) NO. 98 4 00023 5 DOROTHY E. DRIESSEN, ) NON.PROBATE NOTICE deceased. ) TO CREDITORS The undersigned Notice Agent, has elected to give notice to creditors of the decedent above named under RCW 11.42.020. As of the date of the filing of a copy of this notice with the Clerk of this Court, the Notice Agent has no knowledge of the appointment and qualification of a personal representative in the decedent's estate in the State of Washington or of any other person becoming a Notice Agent, According to the records of the Clerk of this Court as of 8:00 a.m. on the date of the filing of this notice with the Clerk, no personal representative of the decedent's estate had been appointed and qualified and no cause number regarding the decedent has been issued to any other Notice Agent by the Clerk of this Court under RCW I 1.42.010. 'Persons having claims against the decedent named above must, tiefore the time the claims would be barred by any otherwise applicable statute of limitations, serve their claims on: The Notice Agent if the Notice Agent is a resident of the State of Washington upon whom service of all papers may be made; the Non-probate Resident Agent for the Notice Agent, if any; or the attorneys of record for the Notice Agent at the respective address in the State of Washington listed below, and file an executed copy of the claim with the Clerk of this Court within four months after the date of first publication of this notice, or within four months after the date of the filing of the copy of this notice With the Clerk of the Court, whichever is later, or, except under those provisions included in RCW 11.42.030 or ! 1.42.50, the claim will be forever barred. This bar is effective as to all assets of the decedent that were subject to satisfaction of the decedent's general liabilities immediately before the decedent's death regardless of whether those assets are or would be assets of the decedent's probate estate or non-probate assets of the decedent. Date of filing of this notice with the Clerk of the Court: March 13, 1998 Date of first publication of this notice: March 26, 1998 The Notice Agent declares under penalty of perjury under the laws of the State of Washington on February. 19, 1998 at Brewster, WA. that lhe foregoing is true and correct. Terry Sparks, Notice Agent Thomas Benner, Attorney for Notice Agent P.O. Box 550 Brewster, wA. 98812 (509) 689-3471 Pub. March 26. April 2.9. 1o0 Non-probate Resident Agent Thomas Benner, Attorney at Law P.O. Box 550 Brewster. WA. 98812 Flutist, Stephanie Nee, currently from Pateros, will be making her final appearance with the orchestra as the flutist in Gounod's Petite Symphonic. Stephanie plans to leave the area, in spite of urgent pleas to stay. Her con- tributions both as musician and board member will be greatly missed. Tickets are $10 each with special prices of $8 for seniors and $6 for students. Tickets are available at Donaldson's in Omak, Rawson's and J & S Drug i n O ka n oga n, Lee Frank's and Roy's Pharmacy in Tonasket, The Clothes Tree in Oroville, RiverbendTravel Service in Brewster, Trail's End Bookstore in Winthrop, and at the concert. WVC list honor roll students The following Wenatchee Valley College students were named to the President's Honor Roll for winter quarter for having earned grade point averages of 4.0 in 12 or more graded credits. Ocie Anderson, Elizabeth Crane, Tara Habermehl, L. Zane Humborg of Brewster. The following were named to the Dean's Honor Roll for winter quar- ter for having earned grade point averages of 3.5 to 3.99 in 12 or more graded credits. Amber Bagano, Hector Castro, Ri- chard Cogar, Matthew Mercy of Brewster. Auburn Graves and Karen Hurley of Bridgeport. Snow survey measurements Snow survey measurements in the field are taken at the end of each month (January thru March)at Salmon Mead- ows, Rusty Creek, and Mutton Creek through a cooperative effort between the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) and the Okanogan Irrigation District. Participating in the field metsurements are Stan Janowicz, NRCS; and Scott Giese with the Okanogan Irrigation District. The results of the April 1 snow survey readings are as follows: At the Salmon Meadows Snotel site (elev.: 4,500 ft.), average snow depth was 36.6 inches with awater content of 13.3 inches (36% den- sity). This is 141% of average. At Mutton Creek (elev. 5,700 ft.), average snow depth was 47.6 inches with a water content of 17.6 inches (37% density). This is 133% of average. At Rusty Creek (elev. 4,000 ft.), av- erage snow depth was 18.7 inches with a water content of 6.6 inches (35% density). This is 119% of average. Measuremenls are also taken in the Teats Coulee drainage west of Loomis. The snow courses are: Teats Coulee Campground Snow Course (at South Fork junction campground); Duncan Ridge Snow Course (drains into the Middle Fork Teats Coulee); Cold Creek Strip Snow Course (drains 'into Nine Mile Creek and eventu- ally into the North Fork Teats Cou- lee Creek); and Irene Camp Snow Course (near Long Swamp). Snow survey data for these courses are gathered through a cooperative ef- fort between the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS), the Wbitestone Reclamation District and the Department of Natural Resources (DNR). Participating in the field measurements are Stan Janowicz, NRCS; Jerry Barnes with the Whitestone Reclamation District; and volunteers Sonny Didra and Lloyd Burbery. The results of the April I snow survey readings are as follows: The Toats Coulee Campground S now Course (elev. 2,690 ft.) had no snow. This is a low elevation site. The Duncan Ridge Snow Course (elev. 5,420 ft.) had an average snow depth of 18.3 inches with an average water content of 5.7 inches (31% density). The Cold Creek Strip Snow Course (elev. 6,070 ft.) had an average snow depth of 32.8 inches with an average water content of 10.2 inches (31% density). The Irene Camp Snow Course (elev. 5,465 ft.) had an average snow depth of 31.7 inches with an average water content of 8.9 inches (28% density). There is currently not enough his- torical data available to determine what percent of normal the above measurements are at for the Teats Coulee drainage. Even though it feels and looks like springtime in the valley and at the lower elevations with the snow already melted, it is still definitely wintertime in the mountains. So be prepared and careful when planning a trip to the mountains this time of the year. If you have any further questions, feel free to call the Okanogan Field Office.