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Ouad City. Herald M<,y P4 2(301 P,gm 11 MISCELLANEOUS YARD SALE FOR SALE BLDG. SUPPLIES NEWS OF RECORD RECREATION MORTGAGE CONTRACTS WANTED BUSINESS OPPT. LOST & FOUND FINANCIAL All Yard Sale Classifieds Must Be Paid In Advance Moving Sale: 477 Warren Ave Pateros. May 26. Not before 7 a.m. 2 TVs, gun cabinet, stereo, 2 bar stools and lois more!. 1 tp24 Yard Sale: One day only Saturday, May 26. 1921 D Sunset Dr. 9 to 4. Misc. household, clothes, etc. 1 tp24 Yard Sale 110 Warren Avenue in Pateros, Saturday May 26 8:00 to ? Lots of baby items, lots of misc. ltp24 Yard Sale: Sat: 26 & Sun. 27, Sale of the Century, lots of clothes, toys, household items, too much to list. It all goes. 46 Long Drive- Alta Lake. ltp24 Memorial Weekend Estate Sale In parking lot of River's Edge Center - 26469 Highway 97 - 4 miles north of Brewster near junction w/Hwy 17. Friday 12-6, Saturday 9-6, S unday 12-4, Monday 9-4. ltp24 Quad City Herald 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 WOLFF TANNING beds, Tan at Couny, on the 7th day of August, 1941; and in the Superior Court of the State hornet Buy direct and save! of Washington, for Douglas County, on the 3rd day of June 1952. Commercial/home units from $199.00. Low monthly payments.NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Free color catalog, call today 1 (800)842-1310. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Mansfield Planning Commission will hold a public hearing on Monday. June l 1, 2001 beginning at 7:00 p.m. in the TANNING BEDS for sale. Factory Mansfield Town Hall located at 26 Main Street in Mansfield to consider the direct'. Big selection, commercial and following: residential, Wolff Beds and others. Low prices. Desert Viking Distributing, Portland. Call t011 free 1 (800)795-9520. Due to electricity and other energy costs rising, the demand for pellet stoves is higher and may not be available this fall due to limited supply. So, please order now. $100 to $150 price reduction to encourage you to buy now. Savings on wood, pellet & gas stoves, fireplace inserts and fireplaces. Some closeours $200- $400 savings. Chimneys, heartpads, chimney relining, gas venting, piping and complete, code installation and advice year-round. 30 yrs. Expertise. Call AI Bosco of ALJU Stove & Fireplace 826-2736 or 800-773-2736. 4tc3 50%OFF3ArchTypeSteelBuildings For Sale, large jet tub, cream color, SlighflyDamagedDuringProduction. used very few times. $250.00 or 25x38,30x58.FinancingAvailable. bestoffer. 689-2693. 2tc17 Save Thousands. No Reasonable Offer Refused.CallToday 1-800-222-6335. ForSale:Antiquewashstand,2antique 2tp17 dressers with mirrors, oak highboy, STEEL BUILDINGS sale: 5,000 pine roll top desk $100.00, 2 book sizes. 40x60x14, " $10,679; cases $35.00 ca TV stand $20.00, 50x75x14, $13,974; 50x100x16, massage chair $135.00, Whirlpool $18,019; 60x100x16, $20,001. Mini- washer/dryer $325.00 pr window storage buildings, 40x160, 32 units, airconditioner$50.00,newKenmore $17,228. Free brochures. Sentinel 20 cu. ft. fridge $400.00, rocker/ Buildings, 1(800)327-0790, chair $35.00. Tel. 509-683-9133. extension 79. Cell 509-679-2800. 2tc24 For Sale: Classy, sturdy oak computer desk with control panel $200.00. 689-2865. 2tc24 For Sale: Ricoh copier, used but M & W BUILDING Supply works, reduces, enlarges, gooddeal Company. Custom pole buildings, at$300.BrewsterLibrary,689-4046. Kits or built, engineering, financing tic24 available, free brochure. Call today, 1 (800)547-1714. Quality & satisfaction guaranteed. OR#79450, WA#MWBUSCO61K5. Check our website: --~ ~ , '94 Avion 5= wheel, 34 1/2ft 2 dr 30 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 sTEEL B'UILDING 'blowout' sale." 24x36x10, $4,750; 30x40x12, $5,795; 40x60x12, $8,295. Will guarantee $200 under any other bid! 1(800)658-2885. 3-STEEL BUILDINGS. 24x28 was $7,990, sell $3,475; 30x45 was $10,880, sell $5,800; 50x115 was $20,900, sell $12,500. New! Must sell! Walt, 1(800)392-7803. $$TOP DOLLAR paid$$. Receiving payments on real estate sold? Meridian now buys mortgages, contracts, and notes direct from the public! 1(800)901-9301 for an imme- diate quote. (Brokers still welcome to call,) $$ BAJILLIONS available $$. Receiving payments? From real estate sold? Annuity? Lottery winnings? We pay cash. Ask about =face value plus" Skip Foss, 1(800)637-3677~ GOT A CAMPGROUND membership or timeshare? We'll take itt Also timeshare rentals needed. America's most successful resale cleannghouse. Resort Property Resales, 1(800)423-5967 toll free. Senior gentleman is in wheelchair, is looking for someone to supply Wansportation,roand trip from Brewster to Methow Valley. Would like to spend approx. 3 hours yisiting family. If interested please call Clarence nickname"Swede" Skylstad at 509- 689-3441. 2tc24 ALL CASH candy route. Do you earn $800 in a day? Your own local candy route. Includes 30 machines and candy. All for $9,995. Call 1 (800)998-VEND. 1 Price Check.' oN -FENC N6- Call & Compare 689-3442 Treated Post & Pole Metal Post & Gates Barb Wire, Field Fence & More $$$CA$H??? We pay cash for payments on property sold! Annuities! Injury settlement! Lotteries! "Nobody beats our pricesf" National Contract Buyers, 1 (800)490-0731, ext. 202; 1 (800)490-4298. www. RECEIVING payments? Lump sums cash paid for seller-financed notes &deeds of trust, real estate contracts, structured insurance settlements, lottery winnings. Cascade Funding, Inc. 1(800)476- 9644. Lost Suzy - long haired miniature Dachshund. Last seen on Valley Road. Red with white muzzle. Powells 689- 2200. 2tc24 Draft Title 16 Land Division Code and Draft Title 19 Development Standards Code. These draft codes have been developed pursuant to the Growth Management Act andthe Mansfield Urban AreaComprehensive Plan. 26469 Hwy 97, Brewster 5O9-689-3442 EASY MONEY. Private investor has money to loan. I lend on: raw land, rentals, mobiles, commercial, etc. I rely on equity. Call Enc Foss, 1 (800)563-3005. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF OKANOGAN In re the Marriage of SHELIA M. KERR, Petitioner, PUBLICATION VALENTINE CORTEZ, Respondent. NO. 00-3-00150-4 SUMMONS BY THE STATE OF WASHINGTON TO THE SAID VALENTINE CORTEZ: The purpose of the public hearing is to allow the public an opportunity to present testimony to the Planning Commission regarding the above proposal. Any interested citizen may attend and present testimony to the Planning Commission. Complete information and copies of the draft codes are available and may be reviewed at the Mansfield Town Hall, 26 Main Street in Mansfield. The public is invited and encouraged to attend and comment on all pertinent matters. Pub. May 24, 2001 YOU ARE HEREB Y SUMMONED to appear within sixty (60) days after the date of the first publication of this summons, to-wit, the within sixty (60) days after the 17= day of May, 2001 and defend the above-entitled action in the above- entitled Court, and answer the petition of the petitioner, Sheila Kerr, and serve a copy of your answer upon the undersigned attorney for plaintiff, Patrick J. Morrissey, at his office below stated; and in case of your failure so to do,judgment will be rendered against you according to the demand of the petition, which has been filed with the clerk of said court. NOTICE OF BOARD MEETING DATE CHANGE The Board of Directors of Pateros School Dis ct 122-70J has directed that the regular meetin g scheduled for May 28, 2001 be canceled. The regular meeting has been rescheduled for Tuesday, May 29, 2001 at 6:00 p.m. in the Pateros school staffroom. ThePateros School District is a barrier free facility accessible to persons with disabilities. Additional information is available in the superintendent's office. Robert Nolan Clerk of the Board Pateros School District Pub. May 24, 2001 The object of this action is di.'solution of marriage and distribution of property. DATED this 3'd day of May, 2001. Patrick J. Morrissey; WSBA #3045 Attorney for Petitioner P.O. Box 707; 315 - 2u Ave. No. Okanogan, WA 98840 (509) 422-6990 Pub. May 17,24, 31 June 7, 14,21,2001 YOUR RIGI-rI" TO KNOW NOTICE OF WORKSHOP The Bridgepon City Council and Planning Commission will hold a joint District Court workshop on the proposed comprehensive plan and zoning amendments. The workshopwillbeheldWednesday.May30,2001at7:00p.m.atBridgeportCity Rafael Herrera-R, age 46, of Brewster, pleaded guilty to DUI. He Hall, 1206 Columbia Ave Bridgeport, WA. The public is invited to attend, however, no public comment will be taken, was sentenced to 180 days with 140 Pat Gordon, City ClerkTreasurer suspended. Pub: May 24, 2001 Ana Estrada-Rivera, age 35, of Brewster, pleaded guilty to Theft of TV cable services. She was sen- tenced to 180 days with 180 sus- pended and fined a total of $650. QUAD CITY HERALD ITU SCOTT WALTER CAH, LE Scott Walter Caille, 43, of WeiFmtchee, die~! Wedne~ay, May 16, 2001. He had lived in Wenatchee for 3 1/2 years and was a former resident of Waterville. He had worked as a mechanic and welder for orchardists and wheat growers. Survivors include a daughter. Cassandra Caille of Wenatchee: his mother, Marjorie Caille of Wenatchee: and a brother. Grover Caille of Mansfield. Graveside inurnment services were held at 11 a.m. Monday at the Mansfield Cemetery. Arrangements are by Telford's Chapel of the Valley, East Wenatchee. Great Combined Circus P Sunday, May 27 and Monday, May 28 2:00 and 4:30 p.m. Gebbers lot on Hwy 97 (Next to McDonalds) Tickets are at : Les Schwab, Brewster MarketPlace. Los Camperos. Pacific Northwest Bank of Commerce Sponsored by Brewster Chamber Superior Court A bench warrant was issued for the arrest of David A. Drake, age 40, of Bridgeport, for the charge of Second Degree Theft. The court found probable cause to charge Megan M. Moore, of Brewster, with three counts of Delivery of a Controlled Substance. Bail was set at $10,000. sometime during the weekend. Tuesday, May 15 2:40 p.m Sherifffs Office, Drugs: a possible drug overdose victim was taken from a residence on Pioneer Rd near Brewster, to the hospital. 4:54 p.m Brewster PD, Recov- ered Property: a silver bracelet was foun don the overpass at the north end of Brewster. 5:20 p.m S herifffs Office, DWLS: Stacy L. Carlin, age 37, was cited on Hwy. 153, near Pateros, for Third Degree Driving while License Sus- pended. 6:56 p.m r Brewster PD, Noise:a complaint of loud music from an apartment on Sixth Ave Brewster. The police were unable to locate the loud music. The court found probable cause to charge Luciano R. Garcia, of Saturday, Mayl9 Brewster, with Possession of a Con- 12:12 a.m Brewster PD, Dispute: trolled Substance, Cocaine, with In- a repon of a verbal dispute on E. tenttoDeliver. Bail was set at $5,000. Main St Brewster. The court found probable cause to 1:25 a.m Sherifffs Office, Theft: charge Jose Dorantes, of Brewster, a report of a utility trailer being withPossessionofMethamphetaminestolen from a residence on Hwy. with Intent to Deliver and two counts 97, near Brewster. Five bags of of Delivery of Methamphetamine.concrete were on the trailer. The Bail was set at $10,000. trailer was later recovered near Danielle R. Westlund, age 26, of Bridgeport adn returned to the reg- Monse, pleaded guilty to Forgery and istered owner. Third Degree Driving while License 2:35 a.m Sherifffs Office, Disor- Suspended. Westlund was sentenced derly Conduct: a complaint of disor- to five days and fined a total of defly campers in a campsite at Alta $880.50. Lake State Park, near Pateros. Bruce Arturo Nungaray Rodriguez, age J. Arpin, age 25, was taken into cus- 40, pleaded guilty to two counts of tody for Disorderly Conduct. Second Degree Rape of a Child. He 3:06 a.m Pateros, DUI: Michael was sentenced to 136 months andS. Snell, age 22, was taken into cus- fined a total of $500 plus restitution, tody from Hwy. 97, in Pateros, for DUI. Marriage Licenses 9:46 a.m Brewster PD, Noise: a Nora Alicia Munoz Romero, age complaint of loud music from a rest- 23, of Bridgeport, to wed Andres dence on S. Bridge St Brewster. Soto Garcia, age 32, of Brewster. 7:40 p.m Brewster PD, DUI: Jessiea Elizabeth Kirk, age 23, of Neftali Medina Vargas, age 19, was Brewster, to wed Miguel Garcia, age taken into custody from Bridge St 26, of Brewster Brewster, for Minor DUI with Re- fusal. 911 Blotter Monday, May 14 Sunday, May 20 8:04.a.m SheriffisOffice, D gs:a 7:18 a.m Brewster PD, Dog: a complaint of dogs chasing a bicyclist report of a dog !oose at the city park. on N. Star Rd near Brewster. The The police were unable to locate the owner was advised to have better dog. control of her dogs. 9:48 a.m Pateros, Theft: four packs 9:41 a.m Sheriffis Office, Suspi- of cigarettes were taken from a ve- cious Circumstances: a report era 17 hicle parked in the parking lot of the year-old female being held against old grocery store in Pateros. The her will in a residence on Monse Rd ignition was also tampered with. near Brewster. The report'mg party 12:46 p.m Brewster PD, Noise: a had also been held there, but she said complaint of loud music from cars on she escaped. The police were unable Fourth St Brewster. The volume to locate any residence in the area was not loud enough to violate the with people being held against their noise ordinance, according to the will. police. 1:40 p.m Sherifffs Office, Bur- 3:36p.m SherifffsOffice, Rape:a glary: toolsandequipment weretaken report of a rape in downtown Bridge- from a shed on Hwy. 97, south of port. Statements were taken by the Brewster. The incident occurredDouglas County Sberifffs Office. Cont'dfrom page 2 Miller, Brad Reynolds, Cynthia captain in basketball; Clint Nelson, Miller, Sam Walsh, Earl Neff and best blocker and tackler; Jerry coach Mr. Clark. Henton, inspirational in basketball Second Lieutenant David E. and captain of football; Matt Avenell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Sollender, inspirational in football; R. Avenell of Mansfield, has been Ivan Harris, highest batting awarded silver wings upon gradua- average, tion from U.S. air force navigator Pateros tennis team took first training at Mather, AFB, Calif. place at county this year. With two Pateros PTA new officers for 1= places, one 2 place and two 3 1971-72 school year are Larry place. This outstanding team out- Trim, president; Evel ha Brownlee, scored Omak by 1 point. Team vice president; Betty Moore, members are: Debbie Foster, secretary; Donna Meadows, Shirley Zahn, Kim Clark, Vernon treasurer.