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FINANCIAL REAL ESTATE $$BAJILLION dollars$$. Receiving payments from real estate sold? Annuity? Lottery winnings? Nobody pays more for cash flows. We'll prove it{ Skip Foss et al, 1(800)637- 3677. "CASH". Immediate $$ for structured settlements and deferred insurance claims. J. G. Wentworth, 1 (888)231- 5375. $$$OVER DUE Bills? Credit problems? Try Debt Consolidation! Combine all bigs into one low paymenL Noapplication fees! 1 (800)863-9006, ext. 117. 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. A DEBT-FREE Life! Confidential help. Cut monthly payments. Reduce interest. Stop collection calls. Avoid bankruptcy. Nation's largest nonprofit: Genus Credit Management. (24 hours) 1(800)532-6483. REFINANCE newt 6.125% 30 yr fixed, 6.613 % APR, 6% 15 yr fixed, 6.498% APR, lst's, 2nd's debt consolidations, 135%. 1(888)663- 3281, Licensed Mortgage Broker. .*!GET OUT OF DEBT free! Credit Counseling Centers of America (member NFCC) free debt conselidation,lower payments, interest. Stop collector calls. Non-profit. 1(877)936-2222, toll free. NEED A mortgage loan? Refinancing? Credit/income problems OK. Foreclosures or bankruptcy OK{ Call now124 hour approvals. ACG Financial Services, 1 (800)949-LEND. OVER YOUR head in debt? A New Horizon...The company you can trust! Debt consolidation. No qualifying. Licensed not-for-profit, national company, 1 (800)556-1548. REFINANCE fast. Easy & over- the-phone. Need a second chance? Credit problems?-OK. Bankruptcy?- OK. Foreclosures? -OK. S tarring under 7%-APR. 8.973. Call Platinum Capital. l(800)699-LEND.NationwideLender. CREDIT CARD problems? Debt consolidation. Avoid bankruptcy. Stop creditor calls. Cut interest. No credit check.One lowpayment. I(800)270- 9894. BANKRUPTCY $79+. Stops garnishmentsl Guaranteed valid. E- Z debt freedom without bankruptcy $179+. E-Z file divorce $99+. We've helped 1,000's nationwide! FreshStart America, 1 (888)395-8030, toll-free. $$WE BUY$$ seller financed notes, insurance settlements, land note portfolios. Colonial Financial, 1 (800)969-1200, ext. 59. **************************** * PANORAMIC RIVERVIEW * * ACRES in Brewster. Build your * dreams on 2.09 cleared acres. * Water services available. * Spectacular opportunity. Serene * peacefulness, privacy, security. * * Breathtaking view. $50,000. Dr. * Thomsberry. 689-2856. tfc6 * **************************** 5 acre+ waterfront lots behind Chief Joseph Dam. All utilities in. 69,900 - 99,900. 664-1088 wk., 662-5442 hm. Owner contract, tfc5 BARGAIN homes. Thousands of Government foreclosed and repos- sessed properties being liquidated this month! Call for local listings{ 1(800)501-1777, ext. 3099. ALTA LAKE GOLF COURSE A standout home at Alta Lake Golf Course. 3 bdrm, 2 1/2 baths. Extra features include sauna, vacuum system, central air/heat. This home is set back far enough to give you a feeling of privacy yet you still enjoy a golf course view. $159,900. BREWSTER 2 bdrm, 2 bath double wide in Emmanuel Heights. Partial basement. Also includes fully insulated little house/shop complete with electric power and wood stove. $79,800. BRIDGEPORT Spacious 5 bedroom, 1 3/4 bath home with freshly remodeled kitchen. Priced for rapid sale. $74,900. ALTA LAKE GOLF COURSE Spacious newer 3 bedroom, 2 bath luxury home with detached 2 car garage on Alta Lake Golf Course. Over 1,700 sq. ft. of living space with hardwood kitchen cabinets and central air. Timed sprinkler system. Even includes a golf cart. $129,500. BRIDGEPORT BAR 3 bedroom, 2 bath doublewide manufactured home on full unfinished basement. Secluded location with large trees and attractive landscaping highlighting this property. $64,900. Chelan Realty North 238 Lakeshore Dr., P.O. Box 398 Patems, WA. 988461 REALTOR oo AI Milton, Branch Mgr... 689-3205 Carol Mooney ................. 923-2963 Spencer Lince ................. 923-2188 For Sale: Building lot in Pateros, with view of Billygoat Mountain and the Methow River. $30,000.923- 2694. tfc23 CRESCENT BAR- Spectaeularview lots, all utilities, gated community, pool, spa, sportcourt, golf, ski, hunt, fish, 750' waterfront on Columbia River, $62.5K. Owner financing available, (425)641-6262. OREGON forestland repossession, 2.3 acres, Klamath Falls area, old pine and fir, secluded, gravel road, surveyed, $8,000 cash or T.O.P., $90 down, $88 monthly, OWC (541) 858-7194. TOUCH the sky140 acres, Okanogan privacy! Trees & incredible views, bordering National Forest. $27,000. Owner fmancing. Call Mountain Valley Realty for maps and directions. 1 (888)422-1016. h ttp:// NEAR Bonaparte Lake, 40 wooded acres, $44,000 cash. 20 acres, $26,000, terms. 20 acres, creek, $34,000, surveyed. The Okanogan Land Company, 1(509)476-4030. GOVERNMENT FORECLOSED homeS, pennies on the $1. Repo's, VA; HUD, Sheriff sales. No money down government loans available now. Local listings/directory. Toll free 1(800)669-2292, ext. H-4000. LAND COMPANY 416 N. Bridge St., Brewster 689.3610 V Miller (689-3890) G=ry Geble (689-3232) Mark Worth Jim Talley (682-2947) Jadde Goble (689-3232) Bmwster Flat - looking for an apple orchard? 43 acres of red apples Bmwster Flat - 15 acres waiting for that new orchard planting. Irrigation. Bwster - 2 bdrm home, large shop, carport, on 4 city 16ts on Bridge StreeL Brewer - 2 building lots on Douglas Ave. 4 lots on Lamberton Rd. Bwster - 2 bdrm home, nice and clean, with some furniture. Bridlzeoort - 3 bdrm home on FisL Brideoort - 31xlnn home with expando, garage, on Arden Ave. Bwster - new waterfront view subdivision. Brewster Flat - nice, large, 4 bdrm home on 1 acre with irrigation on Valley Rd. Call for more information. FOR SALE FOR RENT Mobile home space forrent. 5 miles North of Brewster. Call 1-360-427- 5971. 3tc9 For Rent: 2 bedroom house in Brewster. $450 me., deposit and references required. 686-8422 after 5 p.m. 2tp9 Houn: b,,1th. Very nice 2 bedroom mobile home with expando living room available. July 1 st. ($325/mo. + $200 deposit). Also, will have deluxe 3 bedroom, 2 bath doublewide available in a few weeks. ($525/mo. + $200 deposit). Call Ann at Cherry Hill Trailer Park in Bridgeport at 686-9531. tfcl8 Mobile home forrent in a Bridgeport park. Basic cable, water, sewer & garbage paid. 686-3701. tfc26 For Rent: 2 bdrm, lower level of house. $350.00, 8 miles N. of Brewster. 509-422-1523. 4tc16 Available now 1 & 3 bedroom apartments. @ Peachtree Apartments 689-2320. TDD #1-800-833-6388 SUN SPOT APARTMENTS Now accepting applications for subsidized studio apartments. All utilities paid.. (509) 686-2002 Joseph Cove Apartments _. Now accepting applications for 2 & 3 bedroom apartments. (Subsidized). 16L-IJh (so9) 68e-47al TDD# 1-800-833-6384 For Rent: Studio apartment, $235.00 month, $150 deposit. 689-9046 or 509-886-8114. Herita[e Apartments #7. tfc2 BREWSTER GARDEN APARTMENTS Is now accepting applications for one and two bedroom apartments. 689-3324 ,  1-800-548-6874 TDD Mansfield Manor Subsidized Rents AVAILABLE NOW 1 & 2 bedrooms. Rent from Zero ($0) and up. Based on 30% of adjusted monthly income. CALL NOW 509003-122SC, TDD # 1-800-833-6388 .......... ........ . ................ ., { l-'ost-lt i l Lots of sizes & colors to choose from. { .. Quad City Herald ! ........... 629:220 ? -_?r e_w. s t er .............. j FOR SALE: Good used refrigera- tors and stoves $100.00 to $150.00. 60 days warranty. Will deliver. Bar- gain Barn. Call 689-3511. tfc25 Cedar Fencing & Decking Sale Several grades, all lengths. NCW's largest inventory. Cedadx, xx)k Lumber, 5455 S onset Avenue, Cashmere, WA. 509-782-2447 or 1-800-634-6334. 10tc25 For Sale: 25" color "IV, $150; full size bed w/frame, $200; mountain bike w/car seat, $75; table and chairs, $30; Sega w/games, $45. Call 689- 6652 forinfo. Make an offer. Everything must go. 4tc9 For Sale: 17 cu. ft. chest type deep freeze, $150.00. Call 689-2491. 2tp9 ACKER WHEEL. Stock wheels only. World' s most complete inventory of O.E.M. wheels including factory alloy, factory rally and plain stock steel wheels. Buy, Sell. Acker Wheel. 1(800)994-3357. For Sale: '89, 16 ft. Fisher boat. 40 hsp. Mariner with new power head and gear box. Minnkota auto pilot, T/motor, depth finder, iivewell. $4 500. tel. 923-2805 evenings. 3tc16 For Sale: '73 Excel 19 foot cabover motorhome, fully contained. $4500. tel. 686-3895. 3tc16 For Sale: 25 ft. travel trailer in good shape, '91 Ford Tempo 4 door, solid black riding saddle, Ward sewing machine, double oven Kenmore cook stove, all in good shape. 689-3594. call around 6 p.m. 216 For Sale: Used Maytag ranges, ex. coM., 90 day warrenty. $295. Webster Furniture. ltcl6 For Sale: Used color T.V., $45.00, Webster Furniture. I tc 16 Ouad City. Herald July 16 1998 Church to host Jamboree Quilt Show The first Apple Pie Jamboree Quilt Show will be held Saturday, July 18 from 9:30 to 4 p.m. at the Pateros United Methodist Church. Sponsors expect between 75 and 100 quilts--antique to contemporary--to be displayed, said Shannon Hicks, one of the organizers. The modern quilts are Page 11 the work of quilters from throughout the Qu,'d City area. Hicks said.Spectators will pick a Viewers Choice. Jean Ann Eitei, Marietta, Georgia, will be the featured artist; 15 of her quilts will be on display. Eitel is the author of Creative QuiltnLakin g in the Mandala Tradition and the editor of Quilt magazine, as well as three other quilting-related magazines. She has judged quilt shows in Austria, Great Britain and the United States. An Apple Pie Jamboree button is needed for admission. The show is sponsored by the Columbia River Quilters. County Artists to meet in Omak Restaurant in Omak. A no-host lunch will precede the meeting. The Okanogan County Artists Association will meet Monday, July 20, at 1:00 p.m. at Magoo's Quad City Herald OBITUARIES The agenda will include further planning for the western art show in August, and a demonstration by Carol Mitchell. For information call 826- 2900. OCAAArtist-of-the-Month for July is Doris Mack of Mazama. Riverside artist Gloria Jones, and Omak artist Mary Lou Brantner will have paintings on display at the Okanogan Valley Clinic during July and August. WAYNE ROBERT DORCHUCK Wayne Robert Dorchuck, 64, Bridgeport died Friday, July 10, 1998, in the Okanogan-Douglas Hospital in Brewster. He was born on January 30, 1934, the son of John and Mabel (Lakin) Dorchuck at Colville. He lived in Kettle Falls and moved with his family to Spokane, where he attended school. Wayne joined the U.S. Army in 1951 and served during the Korean conflict, where he received the Purple Heart and the Bronze Star. Following his discharge in 1955, he lived in Texas and Arkansas, moving to Pateros and Bridgeport in 1970, where he was employed with the Nickell Orchards for the past 23 years. On April 29, 1978, he married Janna Kay Pearl Simmons in Pateros. Wayne loved the outdoors and was most proud of his yard, flowers and garden. He loved to hunt, fish, go camping and spend time with his family and grandchildren. Wayne was a member of the Brewster American Legion Post No. 97 and the American Association of Retired Persons. Wayne has been in ill health for the past nine months. He is survived by his wife, Janna, at the home in Bridgeport; his step- daughter Michelle Orosco and her husband Roberto Martinez of Bridge- port; his father John Dorchuck of Vidor, Texas; two brothers and their wives, Phillip and Rose Dorchuck of Kosciusko, Mississippi, and Stanley and Anita Dorchuck of Vidor, Texas; his nieces and nephew, Jason and Jennifer Dorchuck of Vidor, Texas, and Cathy Dorchuck of Kosciusko, Mississippi; his grandchildren, Tony Prosed, Chrystal Martinez and Jaymie Plumb-Dorchuck (whom he adopted in April 1998), all of Bridgeport; and his special friends, the Jack Nickell family of Pateros, Jerald Aldridge and Zearl Wilson of Brewster and Leonard McLeod of Canada. He was preceded in death by his mother Mabel, his step-mother Maxine, and his stepdaughter, Kari. Services will be conducted Friday, July 17, 1998, at 2 p.m. from Barnes Chapel, Brewster, with Donn Plew officiating. Private interment, no visi- tation. Services under the direction of Barnes Chapel, Brewster. ALFRED J. "JOE" HUMPHREY Alfred J. "Joe" Humphrey, age 74 (formerly of Cashmere and Methow Valley) passed away on July 9, 1998, at his home in North Bend;Washing- ton. At his request no services will be held. Burial will be at the Methow Cemetery. Joe was born on April 20, 1924, in Steamboat Rock, Washington, the son of Alfred and Ellen Humphrey. He was raised in Pateros, Grand Coulee, Republic, and graduated from Entiat High School. He married Jacque Auvil on November 9, 1945, in Methow. While living in Cashmere, he was an Operating Engineer for S & D Paving in Wenatchee. The family moved to North Bend, Washington, in 1993. Joe is survived by his loving wife Jacque Humphrey, of North Bend; Murl and Scott Humphrey of North Bend, Kevin Humphrey of Deer Park; eight grandchildren; five great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by one son, Roger, in 1995, and one grandson, Shaun. Remembrances may be made to the Shriners Crippled Chrildren's Hos- pital. PUBLIC NOTICE BRIDGEPORT SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING Announcement (s) The Bridgeport School District Board of Directors will be starting the July 21, 1998 regular meeting at 8 p.m. instead of the scheduled 7 p.m. starting time. This meeting will be held in the Board Room in the Elementary Building, 1400 Tacoma. This facility is accessible to those with disabilities. Dr. Pat Duffy Secretary to the Board Pub. July 9, 16, 1998 LEGAL NOTICE SUMMARY OF ORDINANCE NO. 98-563 of the City of Pateros, Wash- ington, providing for the annexation of certain real property in the City of Pateros, and classifying and zoning, said real property as Mixed Family Residential. The full text of this or- dinance will be mailed upon request. Pub. July 16, 1998 LEGAL NOTICE SUMMARY OF ORDINANCE NO. 98-562 of the City of Pateros, Wash- ington, setting additional expendi- tures of $1,500 in Current Expense fund for the 1998 budget to pur- chase video camera equipment. The full text of this ordinance will be mailed upon request. Pub. July 16, 1998 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Notice is hereby given of a public hearing on Weds. July 22, 1998 at 7:00 p.m. at the Bridgeport City Hall, 1206 Columbia Avenue. This is a rescheduled hearing because of a lack of a quorum at the July 8, 1998, Council Meeting. The pur- pose of the heating is to plan the Six Year Comprehensive Street Plan. Pub. July 16, 1998 Quad City Herald has been approved as a legal nowapapo 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 el the State of Washington, for Douglas County, on the 3rd day of June 1952. PUBLIC NOTICE BRIDGEPORT SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING Announcement (s) The Bridgeport School District Board of Directors will be holding a Budget Hearing on July 21, 1998 at 7 p.m. prior to the regular meeting. This meeting will be held in the Board Room in the Elementary Building, 1400Tacoma.This facility isaccessible to those with disabilities. Dr. Pat Duffy Secretary to the Board Pub. July 9, 16, 1998 NOTICE OF BOARD MEET- ING DATE CHANGE AND BUDGET HEARING The Board of Directors of the Pateros School District 122-70J hasdirected that the regular meeting scheduled for July 16, 1998 be canceled. A special meeting is scheduled for Thursday, July 23, 1998 at 6:30 p.m. in the Pateros school staff room. Following the special meeting, the board will conduct a budget hear- ing to adopt a budget for the 1998- 1999 school year. A copy of the proposed budget will be available for public examination in the dis- trict office on July 23, 1998. The Pateros School District is a bar- rier free facility accessible to per- sons with disabilities. Additional in- formation is available in the superintendent's office. Robert Nolan Clexk of the Board Pateros School District Pu0. July 16,1998 Watershed meeting scheduled in Okanogan The Okanogan Watershed Management Plan Technical Advisory Committee will meet July 23, 1998, at 2:00 p.m. in the Evergreen Room at the Cedar's Inn. The Stakeholder's Advisory Committee will meet on July 23, 1998, at 6:00 p.m. in the Evergreen Room at the Cedar's Inn. For questions please contact Craig Nelson (509) 422-0855. Licensing office hours listed The Department of Licensing reminds motorists of the office hours for the Chelan Driver Licensing Office: Thursday, July 16, office closed; Monday, July 20, 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.; Tuesday, July 21, office closed; Wednesday, July 22, 9:30a.m. to4:30 p.m.;Thursday, July 23, office closed; Friday, July 24, 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.; Thursday, July 30, office closed. The Chelan office hours are 8:30 a.m. until4:30 pm. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesdays and Friday, 9:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. Thursday, closed on Saturdays and holidays. Brewster School Menu Monday, July20-Breakfast: Muffin, fruit, milk. Lunch: Hotdogs, fruit, milk. Tuesday, July 21 - Breakfast: French toast with honey, fruit, milk. Lunch: Haystacks, fruit, milk. Wednesday, July 22 - Breakfast: Cereal, fruit, milk. Lunch: Hamburger with bun, French fries, fruit, milk. Thursday, July23- Breakfast: Coffee Cake, fruit, milk. Lunch: Pizza, garden salad, fruit, milk. Friday, July 24 - Breakfast: Cereal, fruit, milk. Lunch: B urritos, corn, fruit, milk. Tee Time by Ruth Collins Sandra Stephens is our *STAR* this week{ She won her division, had a chip-in and Eagle on Hole # 12[ She was so excited that she wrote the Eagle in our veekly book and forgot to write down what hole it happened on. Being the reporter that I try to be - I gave her acall and San(Ira told me her exciting story. Play for July 7th was T's & F's less Half Handicap. First division, Nell DeMuth - 39.5. Second division (tie) Betty Mollet and Eloise Denny - 38. Third division, Sandra Stephens - 34.. Chip-ins were made by Sandra Stephens #12; Nancy Sloan #12 and Fay Farley #2. Play forJ uly 16th will be Member/ Guest. Nell DeMuth and Carol LaGrandeur have an exciting day planned for all to enjoy. There will be a coffee hour starting at 7:30 a.m. and Tee Time at 8:30 a.m. Senior News Menu - July 16 thru July 23 Members and friends if your birthday is on or near the day of serving (lunch) you get to be first in line. Thursday, July 16 - Meat loaf, baked potatoes, hominy salad, bread, cherry bars. Monday, July 20- Chow mein on crisp noodles, rice, salad, bread, fortune cookies. Tuesday, July 21 - Parmesan chicken, potato wedges, Scandinavian vegetables, bread, pudding. Thursday, July 22 - Lima beans & Ham, carrots, green salad, combread, apple crisp. Lunch is served in the Center on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday and ii open to anyone over age 60, member or not. Individuals under the age of 60 can also eat (would be helpful if they called in firs0, the price of $4.70. Pinochle The Center's pinochle party Jo!y 10 had a turn out of 19. Helen Carmen, high; Max Heller, low; Lois Saint, traveler, Hank Eisner door prize; Nettle Hannum, round robin; Dottie Finch and Opal Zwicker, 1000 aces.