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News of Record AD()PTION YARD SALE : All Yard Sale Classifieds I [ Must Be Paid In Advance [ One day yard sale, Friday, July 6, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Old 97, turn on Michel Road, follow signs. SkilSaw, slereo, [ lickup toolbox, windows and lots iOf misc. lip5 MISCELLANEOUS !Mark your calendar! Giant estate i'gale & nine family yard sale July 13 =&14, daylight till dark. Davis Canyon 1'2 miles north, Brewster on Old 97. ltp5 Wagg family yard sale, Thursday and Friday. July 12 and 13. Usual stuff, including electric shredder. 1808 Sunset Drive, Brewster. Early ntil late. 21p5 ADOPT: A beautiful gift from god is what we seek. Happily married, educated couple would cherish a newborn. Expenses paid. Vincent & Barbara, I (800)552-4 i 20. WOLFF TANNING beds. Tan at home! Buy direct and save! Commercial/home units from $ ! 99.00. Low monthly payments. Free color catalog, call today I (800)842-1310. FARM SUPPLIES Estate/Yard Sale: Friday & Sat July 6 & 7, 8:00 to 4:00. No early Sales. 27 Morical Rd, Brewster Flat. Too much to list. lip5 NOTICE Family & Friends 751h Birthday Party for Richard Carmack Saturday, July 14 BBQ & Potluck Doreen Barrutia's Home Anytime After 1 p.m. ltc5 I Tweedy Props Dry lodge pole notched props, 4 to 16 feet. Do to todays economy the product is not stocked piled. When youorderthe product iscul & processed. Please order early, could be a fire season this year. Phone 250-495- 7745. 4lc21 FAX IT 689-2508 Quad City Herald 525 w. Main 689-2507 10 CHELAN & OKANOGAN COUNTY MOUNTAIN VIEWS & RIVER ACREAGES ,13+/- Ac Irrigated Orchard/RiverView - Methow, WA 33+/- Ac, Irrigable Acreage, River V:,tjlm~,- Malott, WA , w 5.7+/- Ac. Okanogan River Frontage ,a Malott, WA~ ~ " " * " 3.7+/- Ac. Mt. Residence & Rental =~son/~VA 20+/- Ac. Irngable Acreage w/Vista View - Manson, WA 67+/- Ac. Irrigable Acreage, H. Flat Rd. - Chelan, WA 6.8+/- Ac. Residential Site w/Partial View - Manson, WA 3.5+/- Ac. Residential Site - Manson, WA * 2.5+/- Ac. Residential Site/Lake Chelan View - Manson, WA 2.5+1- Ac. Residential Site/Lake Chelan View - Manson, WA WEDNESDAY, JULY 11, 2001 -6 PM LOGAT$ON: Campbell's Resort, Chelan, WA BOOKER AUCTION CO. ~ 5091 488-3331 TED POTTER ASSOC.-BROKER~5091 735-1596 www.bookerauction.corn Absolute AUCTION Absolute REAL ESATE AND ORCHARD EQUIPMENT Wed. July 25, 2001 I0.'00 A.M. OWNER: Don Craig Orchard Inc. LOCATED: Bridgeport, WA North 17, Cross Bridge at Chief Joseph Dam, 1 mile to Jack Wells Road, Right 5 2/10 miles. Signs. Real Estate: Approximately 111.31 acres with approximately 47 acres in apple orchard.Apple tree varieties include: Ginger Gold, Reds, Gayla, Braeburn. Jonagold. Various age groups. All crops included. 40'x60' steel shop building; Wells Ranch Assn. Water. Solid set irrigation. 1-30 HP Pump, 1-20 lip Pump; Parcel #3026330011, Parcel #3026330018 REAL ESTATE TERMS: The successful bidder will be required at the couclusion of the auction to complete the purchase and sale agreement and deposit $50,000.00 or 10% whichever is greater as earnest money with the balance due at c~osing within 15 Banking frays or less. The $50.000.00 earnest money may be in the form of cash. cashiers :beck, or irrevocable bank goarateed check payable to All Northwest Realty. Possession of the real estate upon dosing including crops. The seller will pay all closing costs. Property sold with title insurance. Sale shall be free and clear of liens, interests, redemption rights and encmnbrances, other than easements, covenants, conditions and resriclious of record, and many matters concerning boundary lines, shortages in area, encroachments or any other facts which a correct survey would disclose, and which are not shown by the public records (the "Pemaitted Exception '). Purchasers must rely on their own judgement and inspection of the propeay. Any announcements made auction day will take precedence over any printed or advertised materials. Property Sells "as is. Where is" with no Warranties. with any and all fault. All Northwest Realty, Broker. AUCTIONEERS NOTE: This property offers opportunities to an imaginative buyer, with a nice country setting close to Bridgeport. Open Viewing--bring your experts for your own full inspection, or call Elmer Burnham at All Northwest Realty, 509/766-9100. TRACTORS: Kubota M7030 Orchard Tractor, 3 pt.; Kubota L2650 4x4 Tractor, 5 Front Weights, 13.50-16.1, 1 Rubb.; Same 60 4x4 Tractor, 3 pt 18.4-16.1 Rubb.; Same 60 4x4 Tractor, 3 pt 14.4-24 Rubb.; I TRUCK * PICKUP * TRAILER: 1977 GMC 9500 D. Detroit, 13 spd 24' I flatbed, 10:00-22 Rubb.; 1986 Chev 3/4T, 4x4, V8, auto; Chev 427 burned truck, w/20' flatbed, (okay); 8' flatbed trailer; ORCHARD SPRAYERS & EQUIPMENT: Mitchell 115 Gal. Weed Sprayer, 3 pt Diaphram Pump, Side Boom; Pull Tank 300 Gal. Sprayer, Diaphram Pump; Win&nill 250 Gal. Speed Sprayer; Speed Sprayer for parts; 7' M5050 Rotovator; Edwards 25001b Forklift, 109", Side shift; 15001b Lift Mast, :Sub Frame, Side Shift, Edwards 3 pt. Bin Fork; Blue Line 3 pt. Bin Fork; Kubota Bin Fork; Woods Cadet 3 pt. 6' Offset Rotary Mower; Brillion 5' Pull Type Mower; Woods 72" 3 pt. Mower for Parts; 14-10' Alum. Ladders; 4-8' Alum. Ladders; 16' Tandem Axle Orchard Trailer; Pole Pruner; 3 pt. Single Shank Subsoiler; Tree Props, 3-piles; Portable 300 & 500 Gal. Fuel Tanks, Hand Pump; :6' Leinbach Blade; Misc. Sprinkler Parts; AUCTIONEERS NOTE: Mr. Craig is selling his nice country orchard and euipment at an unreserved absolute auction. Coupe prepared to buy. Come fill your needs at auction prices. ORDER OF AUCTION: Real Estate. Orchard Equipment. Call for a flyer HEAVERLO AUCTIONS HE-AV-E*-*020R3 www.heaverloauctlons.com Jess & RL Heaverlo 509/453-4340 Yakima, WA "The Voice of Experience" ALL NORTHWEST REALTY, BROKER Elmer Burnham 509/766-9100 Moses Lake, WA District Court A juvenile, age 17, of Brewster, pleaded guilty to No Valid Operatorfs License. He was sentenced to 30 days with 30 suspended and fined a total of $435. Jose M. Duarte, age 29, of Brewster, pleaded guilty to First Degree Driving while License Suspended. He was sentenced to 180 days with 170 suspended and fined a total of $600. Superior Court The court found probable cau to charge Audias Morales Molinero, of Brewster, with Alien in Pos~ssion of a Firearm. Bail was set al $5,000. The court found probable cause to charge Rogelio Miranda Rivas with Third Degree Rape of a Child. Bail was set al $10,000. Anna M. Rids, age 19, of Bridgeport, will plead guilty to Forgery. The skate will recomend 30 days, 25 to be converted to community service, and a total fine of $880.50 plus restitution. Marriage Licenses (none) Building Permits (none) 911 Blotter Monday, June 25 2:55 p.m Pateros, RAJ: a report of a ran-away-juvenile, age 15, from a residence on Edna St Pateros. 7:19 p.m Brewsler PD, Noise: a complaint of loud music from a residence on W. Brace St Brewster. The volume was turned down. 10:27 p.m Sherifffs Office, Shots Fired: a report of shots being fired at Gebbers Camp Number Two, near Brewster. Audias Molinero Morales, age 28, was taken into custody for Alien in Posse~ion of a Firearm. Tuesday, June 26 8:36 p.m Pateros, Theft: a report of a wallet being taken from a subject on Beach St Pateros. The incident occurred 30 minutes previously. 9:22 p.m BrewsterPD, Harassment: a report of a subject on W. Indian St Brewster, receiving harassing phone calls for three days. Wednesday, June 2 7 6:15 a.m Brewster PD, Accident: a two vehicle, non-injury accident on Hwy. 97, in Brewster. Your right to know Thursday, June 28 may have to continue that way, be said. 11:09 a.m Sfierifffs Office, An initiative approved by voters last Vandalism:areportofacherryorchard fall mandated raises for school on Hwy. 97, near Pateros, being employees. The 2001 legislature vandalized. Neighboring children provided money for raises---but only were warned not to trespass in the for those employees funded through orchard, state basic school support. A lot of Ouad Ci~ HArald July 5:2001 . PAae g I Staff and programcuts Cont d from pg 2 approved a two-year agreement with the union representing coaches and 12:52 p.m Sherifffs Office, school districts, including Brewster, Violation of Proleclion Order: a report hire more employees than are allowed of a violation of a protection order, in throughbasicschoolsupport.Payraises progress, at a residence on Sage St are governed by language in the Bridgeport. One subject was taken into contracts between the employee unions custody, and the district. Certificated staff 4:01p.m BrewsterPD, NVOL: (teachers) will get the initiative- Maria G. Garcia, age 31, was cited approved pay raise, but all classified on Hwy. 97, near Brewsler, for No employees may not, Kelly said. Board Valid Operatorfs License. members will make the final decisions, 10:22 p.m Brewster PD, DWLS: Kelly said; there will be some options, Miguel A. Mendoza, age 24, was but the budget must be balanced in the taken into custody from Brewster end. Garden,Brewster, for Second Degree Boardmembersapprovedmaximum Driving whileLicense Suspended and spending limits in the preliminary Operating a Vehicle without an budget. The general fund will be Interlock Device. $7,134,940; the Associated Student Body budget is $188,175. The debt Friday. June 29 (none) servicefundwasbudgetedal$526,293, and the transportation vehicle fund is Saturday, June30 $40,944. No expenditures are 2:02 a.m BrewsterPD,Tre~assing: anticipated for capital projects. a report of an unwanted subject in the In other business, board members Brewster Garden Apts Brewster. The subject was gone by the time the police ,'m'ived. extracurricular activity advisors. But board members plan to ask for extra discussion of salaries, Kelly said. Board members granted a 3.7 raise for Kelly and changed his contract to expire in 2004. High school principal Randy Phillips and special programs director Ellen Troop were awarded 3.7 raises as we il, which is the sam e amount awarded to teachers. Dianne John was hired as a part-time admini, 'ative assistant for special programs for the 2001-02 school year only (and given a leave of absence from her leaching job). so that Troop could work part- time as the district's speech-language pathologist. Board members approved an $18,764 contracl with the Okanogan Douglas Hospital for nursing services. That is a 4.9 percent increase over the last school year, Kelly said. The board accepted resignalion~ f'wst grade teacher Jennifer Poll~, Sunday, July 1 1:29 a.m Sheriff is Office, Noise: a complaint of loud music from a residence on King Rock Rd near Brewsler. The music was turned off. 1:52 p.m Brewster PD, Assault: secondary m usic teacher Leslie Clough and ESL teacher Josh Owen. Board members hired Holly Cater to teach fifth grade and Cheryl Hargrove as a special education teacher. 8:01 p.m BrewsterPD, DWLS: Rebuilt 57 Chevy Osvaldo o. Diaz, age 29. was cited on Hwy. 97, in Brewster, for Third Degree Driving while License Cont'dfrompg 1 the car." It gets a lot of attention Susoended. removed the seats and replaced the from other drivers. "They may be ll:39p.m SherifffsOffice, Noise: seat Covers. (Originally Kathy was driving a Honda, but they wave, a complain1 of loud music from a going to sew replacements, hesaid, bat and smile and give you a thumbs- residence on Max Goehry-Michel Rd thattumedouttobeamorecomplicated up." Rogahn does wash the car near Brewster. than she anticipated.) The roof lining before taking it to a show--and was very tricky; "we put it in and took not at the car wash, thank you. it out three times to get it fight." The "The other cars get washed at the armrests, ifanything, wereeventrickier, car wash," Kathy said. "The armrests werereally tough."The Rogahn ,said restoring the 210 was interior took a while."Our living room so much fun he wants to do another was full of seats and arm rests for quite one, and "I already have one in mind a while." that I want to do. His wife has always Some car collectors do not drive liked convertibles, he said, and Ford ,'fflera911 hang-upfromaresidenceon theirvehicles, hauling them toshows made a lot of really neat Mustang W. Griggs Ave Brewster, Jaime on the back of a trailer. But as far convertibles in the mid-1960s. He is Tinoco Diaz, age 26, was kaken into asButchRogahnisconcemed,driving looking for a 1968 convertible, "but custody for Fourth Degree Assault, the car is part of the fun. "1 kind of it's on a budget, so it's not going to he DV. had it in mind all the time to drive overnight." 4:28 p.m Sherifffs Office, Accident: a two vehicle accident on Hwy. 97, near Wells Dam. 6:41p.m BrewsterPD, Vandalism: Blood drive a report of a window of a vehicle on Griggs St Brewster, being broken Cont'dfrompgl during the weekend. Okanogan Douglas Hospital Guild. Blood donations are always needed, but the need becomes more acute in the summer. "Blood donations 1ypically drop when the mercury rises," said a press ' .lease from the Hospital Guild. Donors must be 17 years of age or older, in good genera] health and weigh at least 104 pounds. luad City He The Community Center is,located m 15 Cliff Street. "~~" 525 W. Main. Brewser, 689-2507 or 689.2508' ~ "" www.smalltownpaper.com Clues ACROSS 1. Put on the 5, Speed of sound 9. National capital 14. Goidelic language of Ireland 15. Chinese city 16. American followers of the Mennonite Bishop Amman 17. Yield 18. Aromatic ointment used in antiquity 19. Sergeant fish 20. Fabulous place 23. Conqueror 24. Loose, flowing garment 25. Wonderful (slang) 27. Type of numeral 32. Sports equipment 36. Turkish leaders 39. Quantily of no importance 40. I11 43. Judicial proceeding 44. Margarine 45. Wooden-soled shoes 46. King of Camelot 48. Part of a relay 50. Naval Intelligence Support Center (abbr.) 53. Thin, translucent paper 58. Gable hit 63. Gimffelike animal 64. Longest division of geological time (vat.) 65. Romanian city 66. Ancient Greek city 67. Italian seaport 68. Bodily fluids 69. Armor plate 70. Detailed description 71. Surrounds Clues down 1. Medieval fiddle 2. Baar, soprano 3. Hebrew letter 14 w-- -- 17 mm m zO --m m Z3 $0 mm -- 16 $3 m ~6 mm w 24 37 4. Nadas passage from the 5. Sacred phrase surface into a mine (Hinduism) 35. Ninth letter of the 6. Female domestic Hebrew alphabet 7. M,~es apples easier 37. Command right Io eat 38. Truant 8. Of water 41. Decorative portal 9. Naughlier 42. Texas team 10. Egyptian god of life member (var.) 47. Lacking discretion 11. Supports trestletree 49. Cultural, in a way 12. Bird genus 51. Jabs 13. Melting 52. Catchpenny 21. Traveler, in a way 54. Splash 22. Lower in esteem 55. Obsequious use of 26. East Indian stew title (var.) 28. Punt 56. Disarm 29. Thai currency 57. Icelandic poems 30. Content of cognition 58. Victim of ridicule 31. Automotive vehicles or pranks 32. Former Persian 59. Gumbo ingredient Empire capital 60. Gets 1o, in a way 33. Gnarl 61. Epic 34, Nearly horizonlal 62. Pulled /I 2 A C 'T A I 1 , H G O O P N K - II ~4 S II s a7 E U F F T I b2 5,5 D E E D M D O A S S MarineCorpsPvt. Sergio A. Orozco, drill and operated as a small infantry sonofMariaE.andMeichorOrozcoof unit during field training. 1720 Tacoma Ave Bridgeport, Orozco and other recruits also Washington recently completed basic received instruction on the Marine trainingatMarineCorpsRecruitDepot, Corps' core values- honor, courage San Diego. and commitment, and what the words Orozco successfully completed 12 mean in guiding personal and weeksoflrainingdesignedtochallenge professional conduct. new marine recruits both physically Orozco and fellow recruits ended and mentally, the training phase with The Crucible, Orozcoandfellowrecruitsbegan a 54-hour team effort, problem their training at 5 a.m. by running solvingevolutionwhichculminated threemilesandperformingcalisthenics, with an emotional ceremony in In addition to the physical conditioning which the recruits were presented programs, Orozco spent numerous the Marine Corps Emblem, and hours in classroom and field were addressed as "Marines" for assignments which included learning the first time since boot camp first aid, uniform regulations, combat began. water survival, marksmanship, hand- Orozco is a 2000 graduate of to-handcombatandassorted weapons BridgeportHigh SchoolofBridgeport, training. 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