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District Court William K. Walls, age 52, of Bridgeport, was found guilty of DUI. He was sentenced to 365 days with Cluad City. HArald . . Aug g 2001 PagA 9 I Q gAD CITY HERALD report of a gas drive-off from a mini- mart on Hwy. 97, in Brewster. Wednesday. August ! 320 suspended and fined a Iotal of 6:25 p.m Brewster PD, DUI: $1,325. Raphael Mitchei P. Johnnie, age 29, A IIYardSaleClassifiedsMust Be Paidln Advance Lucille C. Burk, age 43, of was taken into custody from Plaza REXA.SINES Brewster, pleaded not guilty and was Way, Brewster for DUI and Third Tomorrow, the nation will bury another veteran. Not a hero, not a brilliant Yard Sale: 403 West Warren m Yard Sale: Coffee maker, elec,ri found guilty of DUI and Third De- Deg'ree Driving while License Sus' military mind, just another proud American, an enlisted man, who served his Pateros. Fri. 10, Sat. 11, 9:00 to skillet,clothes, misc cupboardhinges, gree Driving while License Sus- pended, country and tried to serve his family. 5:00. Lots of clothes, 6 to 8 sizes, iron skillets plants, 506 2"a S.E. pended. She was sentenced to 180 Rex A. Sines was born on October 31, 1921 to Cal and Gladys Sines in ltp9 Brewster, 8-? Aug. 12, lip9 days and 90 days with 178 and89Thursday, August2 Brewstex, The family lived on Brewster Flatbefore moving to Paradise Hill. He Yard Sale: Fri. 10, Sat. 11. Drill, suspended. Shewasal ofinedatotai 6:53p.m BrewsterPD, Warrant: attended Brewster School, and worked at the Gamble Lhmber Company before saw,tools, custom made spring-ioaded Yard/Estate Sale: Fri & Sat, Aug of $1,792. Lisa I. Larsh, age 37,was taken into entering the service. He died on May 15,2001 in his sleep, in his own bed, in his bow & arrows, clothing & much 10-11,ga.m.to6p.m.Someantiques, Martin P. Perez. age 29, of custody from Seventh St Brewster, mostrecenthomeinRoswell, GA. misc. 9 a.m. to6 p.m. 609 N. 7 St. furniture, fishing, hunting&camping Brewster, pleaded guilty toFirst De- on a warrant with thechargesofFail- His five children, twofformer wives, 10 grandchildren and three great- Brewster. I tp9equip household items, tools &. gree Negligent Driving. He was sen- ure to Pay a Fine and Failure to Ap- grandchildren survive him. He had eight brothers and sisters; Don, Phil, Doug, much more. 76 Alia Lake Rd. 1 tp9 tenced to 90 days with 89 suspended pear with the original charge of DUI. Ruth, Jeannette, Catherine, Evelyn and Marion. Yard Sale: 422 Columbia Ave. in and fined a total of $810. She was also charged with Third A20-yearArmyVeteranofbothWorldWarIIandKorea, no medals to speak Bridgeport, Friday & Saturday from Yard Sale: Clothes, kitchen misc Roman Carrion Sanchez, age 26, Degree Driving while License Sus- of, no real acts of heroism, unlessyoucountraisingfivekidsonaSergeant'spay 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. I tp9books, tools. Sat. 8/11 8 a.m. - 1 of Brewster, pleaded guilty to Fourth pended, Possession of a Controlled in Washington, D.C waking them up for school by humming reveille at full p.m. 611 Hospital Way. lip9 Degree Assault, DV. He was sen- Substance, and Possession.of Drug volume, beating up monsters in their closets and having none of his children end Yard Sale: Fri. & Sat Aug. 10'& tenced to 180 days with 175 sus- Paraphernalia. upinjail. 11,9-? At Brian Westerdahl's house Yard Sale: 4 family yard sale, in pended and fined a total of $525. 8:36 p.m Brewster PD, Trespass- We will miss him, his Scotchlaced guitar, Johnny Cash impressions and his -88Washburn Ave, on Bridgeport front of 7'h St. Market. Fri. 10, 8-5. ing: a request to remove an unwanted ability to never let the facts interfere with a good story. Ifyou drive by Arlington Bar. Turn on Grange Rd, then on to ltp9 Superior Court subject from a residence at the NationalCemeterytomorrow, takeasecondandsay,"ThankYou"tohimandthe Washburn Ave 2nd house on the Jonathan A. House, age 39, of BrewsterGardenApts,inBrewster. multitude of other veterans bmied there. The leisure of your dfive is from them. left. Follow signs. We have: clothing, YardSale:Lotsofeverything! Thurs Brewster, pleaded guilty to Third 9:00 p.m Brewster PD, Noise: a One more to beam up, Scotty. new&usedshoes,newdolls,bathroom 8 a,m. to 4 p.m Friday 8.m. to 12 DegreeMaliciousMischief, DUl.and complaint of loud music from ve- Goodbye, Dad necessities, kitchenware, fax with noon only.2420Monroe, Bridgeport. Third Degree DWLS. He was sen- hicles on Seventh St Brewster. Donald Sines phone & miscellaneous, lip9 ltp9 tenced to 365 days with 340 sus- pended. He was also fined a total of Saturday, August 4 JERRY L. SHRABLE Rummage Sale: Friday Aug. 10 at $1.671. 12:59 p.m Ambulance: a person JerryL Shrable.89.ofBrewster, died Wednesday August 1, 2001, in Holder's the Senior Center, 10:00a.m.-4:00 JamesP.Figueroa, age 37, pleaded called 911 from a residence on S. Adult Care Center at Brewster. p.m. ltc9 guilty to Unlawful Possession of a SeCond St Brewster, but did not He was bom November 4, 1911, the son of Thomas and Mary Jane Shrable at Controlled Substance, Methamphet- speak. The ambulance was toned for Vidette, AR. Garage Sale: Saturday, Aug. 11, 8 amine. He was sentenced to four a medical emergency. The police Jerry married Flora Davis in 1933 at Vide,e, AR. He continued tofarmin a.m. to 8 p.m. 903 Selkirk Place, on monthsandfinedatotalof$1,880.50, gained entry to the residence past an Videtteandin 1941 movedtotheMonitor/Cashmerearea.Hemovedtourewster Plaza, Brewster. ltp9 The court dissolved the marriage uncooperative dog and one subject in 1952 and purchased his own orchard on Bridgeport Bar. Jerry enjoyed hunting of LanceR. Rider, the petitioner, and was transported to the hospital via and fishing. Amy L. Rider, the respondent, ambulance. Jerry is survived by his children, Delores Lindgren of Sammamish G do9 and Yard Sale: 515 Fairview, Bridgeport. A juvenile, age 17, of Bridgeport, 7:38 p.m Brewster PD, Hit and Loweleyn, both of Brewster, JimofEastWenatcheeandKenofSelah;hisststers Friday & Saturday 8 to 5. No early pleaded guilty to Minor in Posses- Run: a vehicle hit the back ofa motor Minnie Hickman and Lois Thompson of Santa Rosa, CA: 14grandchildren;and sales, lip9 sion or Consumption of Alcohol. He home parked behind the American 8 great grandchildren. was sentenced to seven days and fined Legion Hall, in Brewster. Jerry was preceded in death by a daughter, two grandchildren, one great- Big Garage Sale: Fri. 10,9-?.62Oid $75, which was converted to three 7:51 p.m Brewster PD, Illegal grandchild, and seven brothers and sisters. Hwy 97. Some furniture, clothes, days of confinement. Btirning:areportofsubjectsburning Graveside Services will bC conducted Thursday, August g, 2001, at 11 misc. also propane heaters. 1 tp9 cardboard in the alley near E. Dou- Brewster Cemetery, with Donn Plew officiating. 911 Blotter glas St Brewster. The fire was put Funeral Service is under the direction of Barnes Chapel, Brewster. Yard sale: Friday & Saturday, 9-3. Monday, July 30 out. . 406 Lakeview Way (behind theLand 10:38 p.m Brewster PD, Assault: JANINE W. STENTZEL Co.) 2 family yard sale - Forcedair Roman Carrion Sanchez, age 26, was Sunday, August 5 Word has been received at the Quad City Herald of the death of Janine (Jan) furnace, computer desk, waste oil taken into custody from S. Bridge St 2:45 p.m Sherifffs Office, War- Wysong StentzelouTuesdaymorning. , burner furnace, lots of clothes, home Brewster. for Fourth Degree Assault, rant: Anna T. Ulloa, age 36, was There will be a memorial service on Saturday at 4 o clock at the Seventh day ddcor items & much more. I tp9 DV. taken into custody from the Bridge- Adventist Church, 104 W. 5" Ave, in Moses lake. port area on a warrant with the charge A full obituary will follow in next week s paper. Tuesday, July 31 of Failure to Appear with the original 2:19 p.m Sheriffis Office. Illegal chargeofThird Degree Driving while DOUG WELBORN Burning: a report of a subject burning License Suspended. Doug Welborn, 49, died August 3, 2001. garbage in aburn barrel on Golf Rd 3:14 p.m Brewster PD, Noise: a Heis survivedby his daughters Leilah, Elizabeth and Catherine; parents, Tom near Alta Lake. The police were complaint of loud music from a resi- and Kay Welbom, sister Mary and her husband Matt. HYDRO-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%. unable to locate the burn barrel. ' dence on S. Fourth St Brewster. The family wishes to thank suPportive friends and relatives. Doug wewillmiss 4:40 p.m Brewster PD, Theft: a : you very much. QUAD CITY HERALD " ' YOUR RIGHTTO KNOW Cont' d from page 7 i weight lifting program because you lose so much during the season, because i I II~ll of the pounding you are taking throughout the season. You have to start ,i,mm 5, ,o ,2 Clues ACROSS,sometime. Everybody says they ~e going to wait until the end of football 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 C-ouny, on the 7th day of August, 1941 ; and in 1. Cloths,--~ ,s -- ,6,season, basketball season, baseball season it is time in my opinion. You the Superior Court of the State of Washington, for Douglas County, on the 3rd day of June 1952. 5. Niagara, for one -- 19 need to lift during the season and off-season to keep what muscle and endurance you already built up.'" BRIDGEPORT SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 75 ACCEPTING BIDS storagel0" Put away for -- ll A lot of high school athletes have been asking questions or using supple- " ments to aid in their workouts. Some supplements haven't been fully tested Bidsarebeingacceptedforearthquakerepairstobecompletedassoonaspossible 15.14" DoubleHindu muSiCcurves :,l 23 ,/,a2 and might not be safe for high school age athletes, after September 1. 2001. The bid package containing damage description, 16. River in -- -- 'There is a lot of interest from high school athletes in supplements." said dimensions, and scope of work are available from Randy Hurley, Maintenance Florence " l -- Miller."Myfeelingisforthem ojustmaintainagooddiet. lake vitamins and Supervisor for Bridgeport School District, 1300 Douglas Ave, Bridgeport, 17. Sightin '6 3r 39 ,o workout.Ifyouworkreallyhardyoudon'tneedsupplements.Therearesome Washington, 98813, phone 509-686-9501, fax 509-686-4052. Sealed bids are to Longfellow poem w---- --1 -- 1 supplements out there that arch'! good forhigh school age kids." be submitted to Bridgeport School District, DisaictOffices, 1300 Douglas Ave, 20. Muggier -- 46 ,8 -- Bridgeport, Washington98813 nolaterthan 12PM,(noon),onFriday,Wednesday 21. Anchor ropes 1 22, 2001. Sealed bids will only be accepted until 12PM, (noon) Wednesday, so ---- August 22, 2001 at which time bids will be opened. 22. Driedleavesof il ll/1 Look to the classifieds in the Pub. Aug. 9,16,2001 the hemp plant,53 -- -- 56 57 23. Herb,San ~ NOTICE OF APPLICATION and PUBLIC HEARING Francisco columnist w---- 63 -- (Proposed partial subdivision vacation) 25. Waistbands, in r---- ---- -- -- 525 W. Main Brewser 689-2507 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by the Okanogan Board of County a way -- ---- 29. Coves 5. Paginations 32. Type of council Commissioners, that a Public Hearing is set to hear a partial subdivision vacation 33. Philodendron, 6. Shoelace part 37. Salvador,application submitted by MG Farms Inc. The applicants are proposing to vacate for one 7. Jet or King Spanish artist only those portions owned by the applicant and the Right of Ways of said area of 34. They 8. Prosthesis 39. Slanted type the Plat of Swansea to reflect actual land use and ownership. Those portions 35. Bent to one side 9. Compass point 40. Pain unit proposed to be vacated, as identified on the Plat of Swanea is the portion located 36. Verbalized, in a (abbr.) 43. Coal mine south of State Route 97 between the railroad crossing, milepost 263 and Airport way 10. Shops 46. Humiliated Road. The property is located approximately one-half ( i/2) mile east of Brewster, 38. City in 11. Stepped on 47. Strays WA, off of State Route 97, T. 30 N R. 25 EWM, S. 17 & 18. Mississippi 12. At some prior time 48. Type of root 41.' Helps little 13. Frying pans 50. Indian region Said hearing is scheduled for the hour of 10:00 A.M. on August 27, 2001, in the firms (abbr.) 18. Obstruct 51. Take upon oneself Commissioner's hearing room Auditorium located at 123 N 5 Ave, Okanogan, 42. Honeybee 19. Algonkian 52. Kwa WA, at which time the Board of County Commissioners will hear public genus 23. Goddess of 53. City in northeast testimony on the issue. Persons wishing to comment may attend or submit their 44. Body part agriculture China comments in writing to the Okanogan County Commissioners' Office, P.O. Box 45. Netanyabu, for 24. Dicot genus 54. Eye infection I 791, Okanogan WA 98840 or E-mail: commissioners one 25. Athapaskan 55. European For a complete list of the parcels involved, or questions and on the proposed 48. Cried 26. Horses freshwater fish FI:II)AY vacation, contact Marianne Morris at the Okanogan County Office of Planning 49. Person from the 27. Measuring 56. About aviation United Kingdom instrument 57. Unsheared sheep $59000 & Development, PO Box 1009, Okanogan, WA 98840. (informal) 28. Deal cards 58. Supplements with TO'LI - PUb. Aug 9, 2001 50. Sound unit 29. Branches difficulty NOTICE OF CLOSING VOTERS' REGISTRATION FILES 51. Capital of 30. Eddy 60. Paint used by an Senegal 31. Wipe out artist SAI"LI:IDAY OKANOGAN COUNTY, WASHINGTON PRIMARY ELECTION 54. Salt compoundmagnetically recorded 61. Edgar Wilson,TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 2001 59. Friendly information American humorist greeting To'[r.AJ= l~Y~rr NOTICEIS HEREBY GIVEN, that theOkanogan County Voters' Regislration 62. Tear down htly4n STAMPEDE BREAKFAST Fileswillbecl0sedtooriginalregistrationsandtrausfersforaperiodofthirty(30) (var.) 25 games days prior to the Primary Election to be held on Tuesday, September 18, 2001. 63. Eighth month in oo the Jewish calendar SUNDAY s~ ~: ~ ~c,-~ zoo The books will close at midnight on August 18, 2001 and will remain closed until 64. Strong, sa,eSS, the day following the Election. Provided. that any unregistered qualified elector 15rcssm5 & Toast $).OO spontaneous may register to vot( in person at the Auditor's Office and apply for an absentee motivation PAYOUT n ballot, up to the 15" day before the Election. 65. Blyton, children' s author The closing of the books and handling of registrations and transfers are being done 67.66"DistrusffUlsinks in olville in accordance with RCW 29.07.160. Clues down TRIBAL. .A$1NO Dated this 23 day of July, 2001 1. Humanities A.O ^N Peggy Robbins 2. Currency in Okanogan County Auditor and Ex-Officio Supervisor of Elections Thailand 3. James,By Mila M Jury, Deputy American writer 4. Slovenian fiver Certified Election AdminisWator PUb. Aug 9, 2001