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Ouad City. Herald June 28 2001 Page 11 Quad City Herald LOST & FOUND MISCELLANEOUS FARM SUPPLIES All Yard Sale Classifieds Must Be Paid In Advance Yard Sale, Pateros, June 29-30, 8 ;~m -4 p.m. Clothes, CDs, books, games, videos, household items, some fui'niture. Se habla. 125 Dawson. lip28 Multi-family yard sale, Sat urday only, 8 a.m. -? Furniture, dishes, appliances, clothing. 1919 Monroe Avenue, Bridgeport. I tp28 Yard Sale: One day only. Saturday, June 30, 9 to 6. Everything must go. Household items, kids toys, furniture, computer, 35 mm camera. Something foreveryone! 4 1/2 mi. from Brewster Bridge on Hwy 173. No early good sales, ltp28 Yard Sale: 3 family. Beds, 4x4 pick- up truck, grain grinder, stereo, tires, bedding, lots more. Sun.& Mon. 9:00 a.m. 6 Keran Rd. up hill from Custom Shed. I tp28 Yard Sale: Fri. & Sat 29 & 30.8- 12. 1921 Sunset Dr. Home school books & tapes, dishwasher like new $150, Bridal original wedding dress w/imbroidered train-best offer, brand new generator in box, clothing, misc. household and Treddle sewing machine. I tc28 ,6. 6ft Back Blade 8-Shank Box Scrape 2 Wheel hay rake 6ft King Kutter Post hole digger Cain Sub-Soiler -Fencing- 26469 Hwy 97 Brewster, Wa 98812 1,509,689-,3442, r Quad City Herald has been approved as a legal newspaper by an Found: German Shepherd mixed, orderdulymadeandenteredintheSuperiorCourtofthestateWashington, Showed up on Wednesday. If you for Okanogan County, on the 7th day of August, 1941; and in the lost your dog, call 689-8120. I tc28 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: ) ) ForSale:BorderColliesoutofworking DOROTHY L. SHEETS, ) parents on a ranch in Brewster. Call ) 689-3740 or 733-1283. $75 each. deceased. ) 3tc28 ) WOLFF TANNING beds. Tan at home! Buy direct and save! Commercial/home units from $199.00. Low monthly payments. Free color catalog, call today I (800)842-1310. SAVE UP to 90% on name brand men's, women's, & children's clothing. Tommy Hilfiger, Calvin Klein, LEI, Polo, and more! Visit us at www.offpricelrader.com UNIVERSAL remote control TV tuner with decode switch, 6 months warranty. $169.00.1 (800)693-3730. Tweedy Props Dry lodge pole notched props, 4 to 16 feet. Do to todays economy the product is not stocked piled. When you order the pr(xluct is cut & processed. Please order early, could be a fire season this year. Phone 250-495- 7745. 4tc21 Our number is here. Where is yours? To add your number contact the Quad City Herald 689-2507 689-2508 Fax , ,i " 525 W. Main Brewster t0 CHELAN & 0KANOGAN COUNTY MOUNTAIN VIEWS & RIVER ACREAGES 13+/-Ac. Irngated Orchard/River View- Methow, WA 33+/- Ac. Irrigable Acreage, River View - Malott, WA 5.7+/- Ac. Okanogan River Frontage - Malott, WA 3.7+1- Ac. Mt. Residence & Rental - Manson, WA 20+/- Ac. Irrigable Acreage w/Vista View - Manson, WA 67+/- Ac. Irrigable Acreage, H. Flat Rd. - Chelan, WA 6.8+t- Ac. Residential Site w/Partial View - Manson, WA 3.5+t- Ac. Residential Site - Manson, WA 2.5+t- A . Residential Site/Lake Chelan View - Manson, WA 2.5+/- A . Residential Site/Lake Chelan View - Manson, WA WEDNESDAY, JULY 11, 2001 -6 PM LOC TION: Campbell's Resort, Chelan, WA BOOKER AUCTION CO. - 509/488-3331 TED POTTER ASSOC.-BROKER-5091 735-1596 www.bookerauction.com Work Source Omak/Okanogan: Desk clerk part time 6.72 Teaeheralde full time 10.85 perhour Can. N.A. part time 7.00 per hour Cook part time 7.25 per hour Brewster: Fast food worker full time 6.72 per RN part time 15.85 per hour hour LPN p,-ul time i 1.90 per hour Restatwant cook full time 7.25 per RN/LPN full time 13.93 per hour hour Teacher Assist. full time 7.91 hour Cook part time 7.00 per hour Sprinkler changer part time 6.72 hour Merchandiser part time 7.75 per Nurse assist part time 7.47 hour hour Home Visitor full time 13.75 hour Generallaborerfulltime7.00perhour M-2Truck driver full time 11.76 hour JSS2 full time 2259.00 per month LPN full time 10.35 per hour Forklift operator full time 8.00 hour Reg. Nurse part time 14.50 perOrnville/Tonasket: hour RN or LPN part time 14.66 per hour Voc. Rehab. Coun. full time 10.00 Surgical tech. Full time 11.55 per per hour hour Program manager full time 3000.00 OB RN part time 29491.00 per year per month ER RN pan time 15.14 per hour Reg. Nurse part time 16.25 per hour Physical therapy full time 20.04 Mental heath coun. full time per hour 30000.00 per year Botanist full time 11.32 per hour Nursing director full time 47800.00 Forest worker full time 8.40 per hour per year Cook full time 6.90 per hour Nurse asst. cert. Part time 7.50 per Waiter/Waitress full time 6.72 per hour hour Nurse `a~st. cert. Full time 7.50 ~ Office staff part time 6.72 hour hour Janitor part lime 100.00 per week Nurse aide part time 6.72 per hour Winthrop/Twisp: Nurse aide full time 6.72 per hour Equipment tmc. Mech. Full time Nurseaide, oncall part time6.72 per 10.00 per hour hour Cert. N.A. full time 7.00 per hour STATE OF WASHINGTON DEPARTMENT OF ECOLOGY PUBLIC NOTICE OF MITIGATED DETERMINATION OF NONSIGNIFICANCE NO. 01-4-00032-7 NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTIC E 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 or her/his attorney, Thomas Banner, 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: June 14, 2001 Date of filing of Notice: June 8.20(11 Ann "Harmon, Personal P.O. Box 1057 Bridgel~)rt, WA 98813 Representative Thomas Benner, Attorney at Law P.O. Box 550 Brewster, WA 98812 (509) 689-3471 NOTICE TO CREDITORS/I Pub. JUNE 14, 21,28, 2001 Quad City Herald TU mrili IE EVELYN ELLA PEARL Evelyn Ella Pearl, 81, a long time resident of Bridgeport, died Monday, June The Department of Ecology has issued a mitigated determination ofnortsignificance (MDNS) under the State Environmental Policy Act Rules (Chapter 197-11 WAC) for the following project: placement and operation by CDL Enterpri~s L.L.C. for up to one year of up to twelve portable internal combuslion dieml power generators capable of producing a total of 3.2 megawatts of electrical power. The diesel generators will located off of Start" Ranch Road, South of Pateros, in Section 18, Township 29 North, Range 24 East, W.M in Okanogan County, Washington. After review of the completed environmental check/ist and other information on file with the agency, Ecology has made a determination that this proposal will not have a probable significanl adverse impact on the environment. Copies of environmental checklist are available at no charge from Dabble Smith, Department of Ecology, 15 W. Yakima Avenue, Suite 200, Yakima,WA 98902. The public is invited to comment on this proposal by submitting written comments no later than fifteen (15) days after the date of this publication to Debbie Smith at the above address. Ecology may invoke WAC 197-I 1-880, Emergencies, that will allow operation to begin before the end of the comment period. Pub, June 28, 2001 STATE OF WASHINGTON DEPARTMENT OF ECOI.OGY PUBIJC NOTICE OF MITIGATED DETERMINATION OF NONSIGNIFICANCE ']'he Department of Ecology h,'ts issued a miligated determination ofnonsignificance (MDNS) under the Stale Environmental Policy Act Rules (Chapter 197-11 WAC) for the following project: placement and operation by CDL Enterprise L.L.C. for up to one year of up to lwelve portable internal combustion diesel power generators capable Of producing a total of 3.2 megawatts of electrical power. The diesel generators will located off Start'Ranch Road, South of Pateros, in Section 1, Township 29 North, Range 23 East, W.M in Okanogan County, Washington. After review of the completed environmental checklist and other information on file with the agency, Ecology has made a determination that this proposal will not have a probable significanl adverse impact on the environment. Copies of the environmental checklist are available at no charge from Debbie Smith, Department of Ecology, 15 W. Yakima Avenue, Suite 200, Yakima, WA 98902. The public is invited to comment on this proposal by ~bmitting written comments no later than fifteen (15) days after the date of this publication to Debbie Smith at the above address. 25, 2001 at Holder's Colonial Adult Care Home in Bwwster. Ecology may invoke WAC 197-11-880, Emergencies, that will allow operation She was born November 7, 1919, the daughter of Harry and Clam (Willms) to begin before the end of the comment period. Stromer at Hastings, Nebraska. Evelyn moved with her family to Bridgeport Pub. June 28, 2001 where she attended school and gmduattxl from Bridgeport High School. On July 3, 1937 she married Joe Pearl at Coeur d'Alenc. Idaho. They made their home in Bridgeport and Evelyn worked occasionally at various packing sheds ,as a fruit News of Record packer. She was a member of the Quad City Eagles in BridgeFort. Evelyn enjoyed reading and playing bingo. She is survived by her daughters, Janna Kay Dorchuck, Minda Stahlberg and Jeanne Pearl-Norris, all of Bridgeport: her seven grandchildren and eight great- grandchildren: her sister, Dorothy Kropp of Bridgeport and her brother, Norman Stromer of Bellevue. Degree Driving while License She ~ts pr~ in death by her husband Joe, her daughter Murilyn Saint and Revoked. He was ~ntenced to i 80 her granddaughter Karl. Services will be conducted Friday, June 29,2001 at I p.m. from Barnes Chapel, Brewster with Rev. Michael Gerdes officiating. Commiltal service and interment will follow at the Packwood Cemetery. Visitation is Thursday, June 28 from 1 to 8 p.m. at the funeral home. Services under the direction of Barnes Chapel, Brewsler. Clues ACROSS l. Pouches 5. Reverberate 9. Long, detailed reports 14. Small area of planted ground 15. Longest division of geological time (vat.) 16. Oil group (acronym) 17. Spanish river 18. Swindles (slang) 19. Printer necessity 20. He ran in his nightgown 23. Imperturbable 24. Rouse 25. Fed 27. Rational motive 32. Viper 36. Give advice or explain 39. Synthetic rubber 40. 1935 Odets play 43. Beige 44. This (Spanish) 45. Farewell 46, Understanding 48. Way to souse 50. Toward the mouth 53. Outline or model 58. Irrecoverable past 63. Ship position 64. Dogfish or mudfish 65. Baseless 66. Grain grown in dry regions of Asia and northern Africa 67. Grove (archaic) 68. Fill 69. Delay 70. of Wight pr Man 71. Despot] Clues down 1. Discharges 2. Edward , playwright 3. Makes apples easier to eat 4. Vermont town 5. Young eagle 6. Overlay with wood 7. Shoshonean m,p.m 1 3 14 17 Z0 Z3 tO t3 ,6 mpm $8 6o )3 ~9 m 24 I 37 55 tribe members Immature newt 8. Beginning 38. Go-getter 9. Sarcasm 41. South American 10. Egyptian god of river life (var.) 42. Fastener 11. Embellish the truth 47. Without untoward 12. International incident education group 49. Extensive landed (abbr.) property 13. Painful 51. Mammal genus 21. City in Finland 52. Shows 22. One who cables 54. Commit a burglary 26. Energy units 55. Icelandic poems 28. In bed 56. Mediterranean island 29. Muslim mystic 57. Former ruler of 30. Upon Afghanistan 31. Negatives 58. Packs 32. Reverences 59. Border 33. Freshwater fish 60. Trillion (prefix) 34. Desperate 61. British peer 35. Small, ornamental 62. Rivulet bag l 2 7 8 T E I P ~l A N R N IE II N E A R IR )10 H W O[ D A R L L [ U U ll 33 34 s s!u W 0 S iiP Y A R,E ,I I R 4B Y B R A mmm -m ;is 59 60 61 62 W O F H E A K E,[ U D A R R H E L A N [ A N Your right to know mm 11 C AI SI E RI TI District Court 911 Blotter Marcellino O. Suarez, age 36, of Monday, June 18 Brewster, pleaded guilty to Second 12:0:7 a.m Pateros, Nuisance: a report of juveniles throwing rocks on fop of a tavern in ros. The poliee days: with 180 suspended and fined a were unable to contact the juveniles. total of $350. 5:02 p.m Brewster PD, Assault: a Susana G. Reyes,age 25,ofBrewster, report o fan assault at a residence on W. pleaded guilty toThird Degree Driving Griggs St Brewster. Nobodyanswered while License Suspended or Revoked. at the door, but the police made entry at She was sentenced to 90 days with 90 5:05 p.m. Roy Contreras, age 26, was suspended and fined a total of $710. taken into custody for Fourth Degree Ubaldo Dorantes-Quintero, age 22, Amault DV. of Brewster, pleaded guilty to Third 5:42 p.m Pateros, Trespassing: a Degree Driving while License requesttoremoveanunwantedsubject Suspended. He was mnteneed to 90 fromabusine~sinPateros. Thesubject days with 89 suspended and fined a had heen haramingcustomers formore total of $710. than an hour. The subject w&s gone by Gregorio Huerta Tinoco, age 18, of the time the police ,'u'rived. Brewster, pleaded guilty to DUI. He was sentenced to 180 days with 178 Tuesday, June 19 suspended and fined a total of $810. 6:00a.m Palerr~,Vandalism:avehicle Sandra L. Valdovinos-Moreno, age at the Pateros School District bus kam 19, of Bridgeport, pleaded not guilty was spray painted dining the night. and was found guilty of Third Degree 8:30 p.m Brewster PD, Dispute: a Theft. She was sentenced to 180 days report of a verbal dispute at a residence with 180 suspended and fined a total of on Esther St Brewster. $650. Alicia Cueto-Estrada, age 53, of Wednesday, June 20 (none) Bridgeport, pleaded guilty to Disorderly Conduct. She was sentenced to 90 Thursday, June 21 (none) days with 88 sus'pended. Friday, Jtvte 22 Superior Court 5:32 p.m Sherifffs Office, Accident: The court found probable cause to a single vehicle, non-injury, roll-over charge Arnulfo Cortez, of Brewster, accident on Old 97, near Brewster. with Luring. Bail was set at $5,000. The court found probable cause to Saturday lune 23 charge Brian Joseph Moore, of 2:45a.m BrewsterPD, Trespas~sing: Bridgeport, with Felon in Possession arequesttoremoveanunwantedsubject of a Firearm. Bail was set at $10,000. from the porch of a residence on S. The court found probable cause to Seventh St Brewster. The subject was charge Miguel Moto~ Bracamontes gone by the time the police arrived. with First Degree Possession of Slolen 9:! I a.m SheriffisOffice, Accident: Property, DUI, and First Degree No a three vehicle, injury accident on Old Valid Operatorfs License. 97, near Brewster. Citations pending The court found probable cau~ to investigation results, charge Lisa Marie Durham, of 3:24 p.m Brewster PD, Noise: a Bridgeport, with Possession of Stolen complaint of loud music from a Property and Possession of Drug residence on S. Fourth St Brewster. Pamphemalia. Bail was set at $5,000. 7:00 p.m Brewster PD, Dogs: a The court found probable cause to report of two large and aggressive dogs chargeJohnDavidAlderwithUnhwful near the Brewster swimming pool. Possession of a Controlled Substance, .11:05 p.m Brewster PD, Noise: a More than 40 Grams of Marijuana. complaint of loud music from the Bail was set at $2,000. Brewster Community Center. The Javier A. Velazquez, age 26, of situation was adjusted. Brewster, will plead guilty to Second Degree Burglary with Sexual Sunday, June24 Motivation. The state will recommend 4:46 p.m BrewsterPD, H~-'assment: three months and a total fine of a report of a subject harassing an $880.50. employee of a business on Seventh St N NI AI -~o~ Marriage Licenses m = Maria de la loz Abrego, age 21, of :, Brewster, to wed Adalberto lnfante E~ ~ Quiroz, age 23, of Bridgeport. o~ Cassandra Maria Cruz, age 20, of Bridgeport, to wed Faustino Cruz, age 21, of Bridgeport. Ill The court found probable cause '% RlSl to charge James Patrick Figueroa with Unlawful Possession of a Controlled Substance, s Methamphetamine, and Third Degree Driving while License Suspended. A Bail was set at $10,000. Brewster. 4:53 p.m Brewster PD, Noise: a complaint of loud music from a residence on W. Indian St Brewster. 10:07 p.m Brewster PD, Noise: a complaint of loud music from a residence on W. Indian St Brewster. 10:10 p.m Brewmer PD, Noi : a complaint of loud music from a residence on Pl,ara Way, Brewster. 11:43 p.m Brewster PD, Shots Fired: a report of shots fired near the Wailer park on Indian St Brewster. The police were unable to locate anything suspicious in the area.