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Page 1.2 - May 3. 2001 Ouad Ci~ Herald News of Record MISCELLANEOUS YARD SALE Something For Everyonef Leahy Triangle Homemakers Annual multi family yard sale Sat May 5, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Bridgeport Legion Hall. ltp3 Moving Sale: Bedroom set- double bed-bed rails; box spring and mattress - night stand; double dresser - like new. $550 or make offer. Whirlpool dishwasher- used 3 times, almond w/black front panel, Make offer. Microwave - large capacity (sharp carousel). Excellent condition. Make offer. Call 689-2002. 2tc3 WAN"ED 3 family garage sale, May 4 and 5, 9 a,m. - ? 419 SR 173, Bridgeport Bar. 1 tp3 RECREATI()N Yard Sale: Women goodies, men goodies, tools. 206 Fairview, Bridgeport Saturday May 5=, 8:00 to 6:00. ltp3 Yard Sale in Bridgeport Tri-River Storage, Friday May 4 and Sat. May 5, 8:00 to? Rain cancels, ltp3 MOVING SALE One day only - Sat May 5 9 to 4.266 W. Ires, Pateros. ltp3 The Cascade Loop Scenic Highway is Now Open! 2001 TRAVEL Clues ACROSS 1. Large chest muscles 5. Ready money 9. Dark or somber 14. Make whoopee 15. Celery (Spanish) 16. Declare 17. Look 18. Will not (obsolete) 19. "1836 siege" of United States 20." Stranger," 1952 Bette Davis film (four words) 23. Swimming movement 24. Flatfish 25. Tax collector 27. Productive 32. Moses' elder brother (Bible) 36. Fabrics 39. Get possession of 40. Vonnegut novel 43. Friends (French) 44. Where computer nerds meet 45. Frederick . , French statesman 46. Puffed 48. Way to gain a point 50. Despoiled 53. Fervent 58. 1953 Morton Thompson best seller 62. Confines 63. Defy 64. God of fire (Hindu) 65. Elicit, in a way 66. Lyrics 67. Tai 68. Military quarters 69. Understands 70. Goidelic language of Ireland Northwest - ---= Hydro-Fracturing Clues down 1. Supports 2. Octet 3. Beautify 4. One who takes dictation 5. Sign of the zodiac 6. Capital of WOLFF TANNING beds. Tan at home! Buy direct and save! Commercial/home units from $199.00. Low monthly payments. Free color catalog, call today 1 ( 800)842 - 1310. Wanted- old-fashioned push mower. No motor. 923-9124. 2tp3 Wanted: someone to mow lawn once a week. Must have own mower. 689-3505. ltc3 For Sale: 1972 Fiberform w/65 horse Mercury Outboard on a 1976 E-Z loader trailer. $1500.00. 689-2720. lip3 14 ft. Mirror Craft Alum. Boat Irailer, trolling motor, life jackets. $500, call after 5:00 p.m. or leave message at 686-2727. 2tc26 '94 Avion 5 wheel, 34 1/2ft 2 dr 13 in, slide, 2 awnings, central and roof air, oak cabintry, corian counter top, queen bed, washer, dryer, microwave, 2 TVs, stereo, VCR, recliner,$32,000.509-686-6105.5tc3 IN YOUR NEW WATER DUDE Personal Fishing Just in time for fishing season 26469 Hwy 97, Bre-wster 509-689-3442 1-888-689-3442 SalTlOa 7. Window frames 8. Royal . way, London university 9. Without excess 10. Quick tempo (abbr.) 11. Side of a ship 12. Buddhist monk 13. Tokyo 21. Supplementing with difficulty 22. Blink of an eye 26. To satisfy 28. Water (Spanish) 29. Male singer 30. Falsehoods 31. Want 32. As fast as can be done (abbr.) 33. mater, one's school 34. H20 QUAD CITY HERALD 35. Remove 37. Social gathering 38. Subject 41. Enwraps 42. Classical music 47. Deletes 49. Loving touch Your Right to Know] BEULAH RUTH ZWEIGLE MARTIN Beulah Ruth Zweigle Martin, age 84, joined her maker on Sunday, March 12, 2001 at 11:45 p.m. at the Pleasant View Nursing Home in Monroe, Wisconsin. She was born in North Dakota 17 July, 1917, the daughter of Jay and Hilda Paddock and was raised by her adopted mother Mrs. Vesper. She married her first husband Wm. F. Zweigle, Sr. in Velva, North Dakota in 1935. The family left North Dakota in 1948 moving to Tacoma, Washington. Her2 husband, whom she married in 1951, Burl Martin, preceded her in death in 1992. She leaves behind sons W.F. Zweigle, Jr. and wife Linda of Bridgeport, Washington; Allen Zweigle and wife Virginia of Broken Arrow, Oklahoma; daughters Joanne Mires and husband Sam of Parkland, Washington; Jeanette Mason of Steilacoom, Washington; 6 grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren and dear friends and caretaker Mrs. Jean Steuri Brodhead, Wisconsin. One son Donald Zweigle and W. F. Zweigle, Sr. preceded her in death. Private internment is at the Beaver Creek Cemetery, Twisp, Washington. The Barnes Chapel, Brewster, has charge of the arrangements. MARTHA M. BROOKS Martha M. Brooks, 76, of Cashmere, died Friday, April 27, 2001. District Court Bemardo M. Saucedo, age 31, of Brewster, pleaded guilty to DIM. He was sentenced to 180 days with 175 suspended and fined a total of $1,350. Mario T. Sanchez, age 25, of Bridgeport, pleaded guilty to Obstructing a Public Servant. He was sentenced to 90 days with 71 suspended. Jurres N. McGee, age 18, of Brewster, pleaded guilty to Minor in Posses- sion of Alcohol. He was sentenced to 15 days with 15 suspended and f'med a total of $285. Superior Court The court found probable cause to charge John Cory Lawson with Second Degree Burglary, First Degree Theft, and Third Degree Malicious Mischief. The court found probable cause to charge Priscilla N. Oneel, of Brewster, with Second Degree Theft, Fourth Degree Assault, and Reckless Driving. Bail was set at $1,000. Marriage Licenses Lucia Rivera, age 20, of Pateros, to wed Pablo Gonzalez, age 23, of Pateros. 911Blotter Monday, April 23 10:44 a.m Sheriff's Office, DOg: a dog attacked a bicyclist on Morning Star Rd near Brewster. A Potentially Dangerous DOg Citation was issued to the dog owner. Tuesday, April 24 12:33 p.m Brewster PD, DWLR: Farrell G. Ware, age 65, was cited on She had lived in Cashmere for two years and had been a homemaker. Bridge and Douglas, Brewster, for First Degree Driving while License Survivors include five brothers, Henry Best of Idaho, Bob Best of Arizona, Revoked, Gene FosdickofWashington, Richard Fosdick of Wenatchee and Dale Best of 6:05 p.m Sheriff's Office, Traffic: a report of a subject riding a three- Pateros; and three sisters, BarbaraWelton ofWenatchee, Ronna Allen of Malaga wheeler on North Star Rd neat Brewster. The suspect agreed to stop riding and Marion Leverette of Florida. the three-wheeler on the road. Friday, April 27 8:33 p.m SherifFs Office, DWL : Tabrina Clarinda Marie Hall, age 23, was cited on Old 97, near Brewster, for Third Degree Driving while License Suspended. 10:44 p.m Brewster PD, Vehicle Prowl: a report of two juveniles looking into a vehicle parked on S. Bridge SL, Brewster. They were last seen running away. Services will be held at a later date. Arrangements are by Jones and Jones Funeral Directors, Wenatchee. DOROTHY LUCILLE (LAMOREUX) SHEETS Dorothy Lucille (Lamoreux) Sheets, 93, died Thursday, April 26, 2001 in Brewster, Washington. She was born March 30, 1908 in Bridgeport, Washington to A.O. and Elsie Lamoreux and lived in Bridgeport most of her life. If you knew Dorothy, you knew some of her favorite things were tending to her yard and garden, collecting antiques, and visiting with friends and family. She was also a wonderful cook and made delicious jams,jellies, and canned fruits and vegetables. She belong to the Query Club in Bridgeport and was a member of the United Methodist Church. Her husband, Kenneth Sheets and her son Monte Berg, preceded her in death. Dorothy is survived by her sister, Ruth McGillvrae of Omak and cousin Ralph Lamoreux of Bridgeport. Daughter-in-law, Lola Berg of West Richland, Washington and two grand children, Ken and Tami Berg of Sparks, Nevada and Lorna and Dana I,anglois ofPasco, Washington and her four great grandchildren Nickolas, Connor, Lori, and Matthew. She will be greatly missed by all who knew her. Graveside services were held on Tuesday, May 1, 2001 at 10:00 am. at the Bridgeport Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorial contributions to he made to a charity of your choice. Services under the direction of Barnes Chapel, Brewster. LEGAL NOTI YOUR RIGHT TO KNOW Quid 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 Couny, 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, PUBLIC NOTICE Bridgeport City Council will he holding a workshop on May 9 at 6 p.m. for the of reviewing proposed Zoning Amendments. The meeting is at Council Chambers at City Hall. No public comment will be taken however the public is invited to attend. Pub. May 3, 2001 Quad. City Herald 525 W. Main Brewser. 689-2507 or 689-2508 www.smallto wnpap ORCHARDIST - FARMERS 80 pounds of Nitrogen (N), 60 pounds of Phosphorous (P), 60 I pounds of Potassium (K), 22 pounds of Magnesium, 10 pounds of Sulphur and 96 pounds of Calcium along with a natural blend of critical micro nutrients and beneficial bacteria for $40 delivered to your site. Contact DryLander for more info at: (509) 686-8042 PO Box 1988, Brewster, WA 98812 E-mail - www.DryLander@AOL.com "We Dig Water" Chelan, WA. 98816 1-888-682-1010 or 509-682-1122 ) You Simple Blueberry Treats Are a Hit (NAPS)--Now's the time to eat our fill of juicy fresh blueberries. Fortunately--for those of us who'd rather hit the lounge chair than slave in the kitchen--some of the most delectable ways to prepare North America's famous native berries are also the easiest. Versatile enough to serve at a backyard barbecue or casual week- end brunch, Blueberry Torta calls for a pint of fresh blueberries, spread over a "one bowl" batter and drizzled with a simple white icing. Blueberry Crumble is equally easy to toss together, and it's one of those rare low-fat desserts that doesn't sacrifice taste. Be sure to save these recipes! Once blueberry season is over, Serve this easy Blueberry Torta. they can easily be made with frozen blueberries. BLUEBERRY CRUMBLE BLUEBERRY TORTA ": ~ 4 cups fresh or frozen, 2 cups fresh or fr0zp~t~ thawed blueberries blueberries 1 to 2 tablespoons sugar x& cup sugar 3 tablespoons butter, l& cup butter, softened softened 1 cup flour 3 packages (1.5 ounces each) 1 teaspoon baking powder instant oatmeal with 2 eggs maple and brown sugar z/~ cup confectioners sugar Preheat oven to 375 F. In a 1 teaspoon milk 9-inch pie plate, toss blueber- Preheat oven to 350 F. But- ries with sugar. In a small ter a 9-inch springform or cake bowl, combine butter and in- pan. In a mixing bowl, with an stant oatmeal until mixture electric beater, beat sugar and forms coarse crumbs; sprinkle butter until well blended. Add over blueberries. Bake until flour, baking powder and eggs; mixture bubbles around the beat until combined. Spread edge and topping is light batter in the prepared pan. brown, 30 to 35 minutes. Sprinkle blueberries evenly YIELD: 6 servings over batter. Bake until cake With every sweet mouthful of pulls away from thesides ofthe fresh blueberries, you're doing pan and is golden, about 1 something positive for your hour. If using a springform pan, health. For more recipes and remove sides and place cake on information on blueberries, visit a platter. Cool on a rack for 10 www.blueberry.org or send an minutes. In a small bowl, corn- SASE to the Blueberry Council, bine confectioners sugar with4995 Golden Foothill Parkway, milk;drizzle over blueberries. 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Quality Drilling full time, 13.93 pet hour Teller: part time, 1229.00 per month ,o E I Teacher Asst.: full time, 7.91 per hour Sprinkler Changer: part time, 6.72 per hour Nurse Assit: part time, 7.47 per hour Lic. #MVM~UD 13 8NO HYDR0-FRACTURING MAY BE YOUR ANSWER SPECIAL HYDRO FRACTURING OFFER. 100% guarantee or your money back on your hydro-fracturing if Northwest Hydro-fracturing does not improve your water well yield 100%. 689-2508 Tonasket/Oroville: RN or LPN: part time, 14.66 per hour Surgical Tech: part time, 11.55 per hour OB RN: part time, 29491.00 per year ER RN: part time, 15.14 per hour Physical Therapy: part time, 20.04 per hour Irrigator: part time, 6.72 per hour Botanist: part time, 11.32 per hour Office Staff: full time, 7.35 per hour Forest Worker: full time, 8.40 per hour Quad City Herald 525 W. Main 689-2507 .C