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REAL ESTATE FINANCIAL PRODUCE Rememhe," APPLE FEST ()clober 17 & 18 5 acre+ waterfront lots behind Chief Joseph Dam. All utilities in. 69,900- 99,900. 664-1088 w 66 44 mOnr contract, tfc5 For Sale: Building lot in Pateros, with view of Billygoat Mountain and the Methow River. $30,000.923- 2694. tfc23 NOW AVAILABLE! Pears, Garlic, Plums, Prunes, several varieties of apples We will bake pies. bread cinnamon rolls to order BAKE SHOP & OREGON repossession, Klamath  ESPRESSO BAR Falls, 1.5 acrea, Three River area, OPEN: 8, A.M. - 6 P.M. - EVERYDAY mostly open, some pines, goodroads, f00while Fruit 5ta00 $6,000 cash or T.O.P., $90 down, or Bake Shop k Espresso $66 monthly. OWC (541)858-? 194. 53 Highway 153, Patems, WA. 98846 40 ACRES, Okanogan Country! 509.923.2256 lakechelan.com/rest.htm Trees, meadows, views, drilled well. Large unfinished cabin, $34,000. Adjoining 40 acres, $29,000. Owner will finance! Mountain Valley Realty, YARD SALE 1 (888)422-1016. http:// www.televar.com/mvr/ BARGAIN homes. Low or $0down[ 1000's of foreclosed & repossessed Yard Sale: Sat., Oct. 10, 9 a.m. Hope properties liquidating now! Gov't Lutheran sponsored by Lutheran Brotherhood Apple Valley Branch financing available. Call now! 1(800)501-1777, ext. 3099. 8503. Microwave, assorted dishes, knick-knacks, clothing, etc. 11p8 GOVERNMENT foreclosed homes, pennies on the $1. Repo's, VA, HUD. Large Garge Sale: Fri. & Sat., Oct. 9 Sheriff sales. No money down & 10, 8:30 a.m. No early sales. 10 government loans available now. UngerRd.,Brewster.Washer, dryer, Local listings directory. Toll free refrig., stove, furniture, clothes, & 1(800)669-2292, ext. H-4000. lots of misc. household items, ltp8 Multi Family Yard Sale: Friday only, Oct. 9th, S. of Pateros on Star Rd. BRIDGEPORT Watch for signs. 9 - ? Brown La-Z- Spacious 5 bedroom, 1 3/4 bath Boyrecliner, microwave, 3 all season home with freshly remodeled tires, niceadults&children'sclothing, kitchen. $74,900. maternity items, baby turn. Rain cancels, lip8 ALTA LAKE GOLF COURSE gstandout home atglta LakeGolf [iiiiiiiiii:  iSl i f[:iiiii:i] bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths, li!iiiii!i00,i!ii!000000!i0000i00000000ii0000i00000000000000iiiiiiii!il Course. 3 Extra features include sauna, vacuum system, cenwai Mr/heat. Yard Sale: Saturday, October 10only, This home is set back far enough 8a.m.-2p.m.328 13th St.,Bridgeport. to give you a feeling of privacy yet Kitchen items, picture frames, single you still enjoy a golf course view. bed sheets, pillow cases, portable $155,000. sewing machine, oil radiator heater, Firm Flex..some Christmas decorations BREWSTER and antiques, and much more. lip8 3 bedroom, 1 1/2 bath home that Yard Sale at Mary's. Friday, Oct. 9, has been extensively remodeled. 9a.m.,Sat. 10,9a.m.TV's,barbecue New roof. $79,900. grill, many other items, uphill from ALTA LAKE GOLF COURSE Quik-E-Mart. North 7th St. ltp8 There was a complete remodel on 44 W. McCormack, off Hwy. 173 this 3 bedroom, 2 bath home in Bridgeport Bar. Sat. & Sun., 9 a.m. 1992.Top quality kitchen. Vaulted - 4 p.m. Furniture, clothes and misc. ceiling; French doors, timed No early sales, lip8 sprinklers TVdish, hot tub,'one pellet' stove included, vinyl 3 Yard Sales on one street WOW! windows, metal roof. $195,000. 11 families involved! Wow! Lots of everything for everyone. On Brewster Flats, turn left on Blossom Lane and Chelan ""neauy then follow the signs to Lakeview Way. No earlies please. Saturday, North Oc,ober 10th, 8:30-dark (one yard 238 Lakeshore Dr.. P.O. Box 398 sale will be open Sunday also). Patems, WA. 98846 A 1118 l 509D23-2586 ...... 1-800.209-4138 =L.r coPl==s QUAD CffY REALTOR equ= Houri C O P I ES comes HERALD COPIES A] Milton, Branch Mgr... 689-3205 coP,sS Carol Mooney' ................. 923-2963 c oP.=s 525 Main Ave., Browstor Spencer Linee: ................. 923 -2188 I $$BAJILLION dollars$$. Receiving payments from real estate sold? Annuity? Lottery winnings? Nobody pays more for cash flows. We'll prove it! Skip Foss et at, 1 (800)637- 3677. "CASH immediate $$$ for structured settlements and deferred insurance claims. J. G. Wentworth, 1 (888)231- 5375. EASY MONEY. Private investor has money 1o loan. I lend on: raw land, rentals, mobiles, commercial, etc. I rely on equity. Call Eric Foss, 1(800)563-3005. REFINANCE nowI 5.625%, 30 yr. fixed, 6.224% APR or 5.50% 15 yr. fixed, 6.344% APR, Second mort- gage debt consolidations to 125% or home value. All credit grades. 1 (888)663-3281, Licensed Mortgage Broker. OVER YOUR head in debt? Credit cards/bills? 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Bridge St., Brewstm" AUCTI()N 689-3610 V Mark Miller (689-3890) Gary Goble (689-3232) Mark Worth Jim Talley (682-2947) Jadde Goble (689-3232) Brewster - Gris Ave. - 4 bdrm., 1 bath home with range, refrig., washer/dryer, metal roof and newvinyl siding. Reduced - $70,000. Brideoort Bar - Arden St. - 3 bdrm., 2 bath singlewide with expando. Garage and storage. Reduced $39,500. dY,.KgL=. - Tidy and clean 2 bdrm. home with all appliances and some furniture included. Reduced $57,800. Brid=eoort Bar - Gun Club Rd. - 20 acres, barn & pens, cross fenced, two wells, 3 bdrm., doublewide. $150,000. - 3 bdrm., 1 bath home on 3 lots. $55,000. Brideoort. Monroe St. - 2 bdrm. home, fenced yard - $44,000. rewster - Valley Rd. - Very nice, large home with 4 bdrms., irrigation system, full daylight basement. New floor coverings. $155,000. Prime water view lots starting at $34,000. Build your dream home. Lots of amenities. Brewster. 1 acre lots on Manse River Rd. with water and elect. $25,000 and $27,000. Fantastic view from 2 acres overlooking Brewster and Columbia River. City water available. $29,500. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 18 10 A.M. SHARP Preview Saturday, October 17, 12 p.m. - 5 p.m. at Bert L. Dobson, 511 Indian Dan Canyon, Brewster, WA. (509) 689-2232 Fax (509) 689-8030 Bill Noack, Bridgeport is consigning items, also. Equipment & Machinery, Tools & Misc.: Extra JD Loader Bucket, John Deere 1120 w/loader & extras new brakes & transmission, new motor 230 hours, 500 gal. water tank mounted on trailer, 500 gal. water tank for potable water, 500 gal. diesel tank with filter & nozzles, 6 Edward disc 3 point, 6' Rotorator made in Spain, C080 Woods mower, heavy duty rear blade 3 point, 900 lb. Concrete barrel weight, shortbox Chevy steel rack, 3 point chisel cultivator 8', 3 point Lister, front tractor weights, Spike Tooth Harrows 4 five foot sections, 3 bottom sulky plow 3 point, Danseur post hole diggefftree auger, bin forks for JD front loader, rear pack forks, 9' older 2 hor trdiler, Orchard or Utility trailers (2), roll-away tool box some tools, steel road drag2 yrs. o!d used very little, Sears 8 horse rear line garden tractor, Montgomery Wards 26 riding mower, misc., chainsaws (4) as is, tablesaw, Makita Chop saw, portable water pump centrifugal, sump pump, submersible pump 2 horse, nuts & bolts, pipe fitting & valves, electric water valves, misc., hand tools, misc. power tools, Skilsaws, router, sanders, Pat Tank hand sprayers, shop air compressor, AC/DC Arc Welder, propane gas welder set, push lawn mower 21 ' 3.5 H.P., work bench & cabinet, shop, some horse tack. Automobiles: 1987 Ford Crown Victoria, PS, PB, AC, 1985 Tempo PS, PB, AC/pessibly. Household Items: Ranges Hotpoint & 40" GE, Refrigerators Hotpoint & GE, freezer, upright Kenmore 22 cu. ft. Power Miser, dishwasher, extra quite, deluxe, Whirlpool, misc. pots, pans, dishes, pressure cooker, knives-assortment, Coffee Maker, cast iron pans, cast iron dutch oven, deep fryer, grill, meat slicer, ironing board, table, chairs, couch, wicker rocking chair, end tables coffee table, lamps, knick-knacLs, pictures, paintings, mirrors, clocks, shelving, steel & wood, canning jars, decorator blue pine wood bricks, pots from Mexico, planters, barrel BBQ, artificial Xmas tree & decorations. Antiques: Dresser vanity,chairs, Blacksmith Forge, Muntz stereo long play, 78, 45 records, LP records by Hank Williams, Elvis, Hank Snow, Marry Robinson, Patsy Kline, Skeeter Davis, Connie Francis, The Platters and many, many more. De homers, Block and Tackle, Insulators & Jars, Heater. Office: Steel desk, filing cabinets, steel shelving, computers, w/printer and surge protector, typewriter, misc. office supplies. Food by Bill's Food Service of EIlensburg WSL HONEY GP671NN YOUR RIGHT TO KNOW Ouad City Herald has been approved as a legal newspaper by an order duly made and entered In the Superior Court of the State of Washlngton,forOkanogan County, on the 7th day of August, 1941; and In the Superior Court of the State of Washington, for Douglas County, on the 3rd day of June, 1952. Special Meeting The Pateros City Council will hold a special meeting on Monday, October 12, 1998 at 6:30 p.m. at 113 Lakeshore Drive, Pateros, WA. The purpose of this meeting is to consider new and revised ordinances for the city. Copies of the draft ordinances may be obtained at City Hall during regular business hours. Please direct your inquiries to the City Clerk at 509-923-2571. Pub. Oct. 1, 8, 1998 BOARD MEETING CHANGE The regular meeting of Okanogan County Fire District No. 5 Board of Commissioners has been moved from the Pateros City Council Chambers to the Brewster Fire Hall meeting room. The meeting will be Monday, October 12, 1998 at 7 p.m. Phil Brownlee Chairman Pub. Oct. 8, 1998 Meeting Rescheduled The Pateros City Council has re- scheduled their regular October coun- cil meeting to Thursday, October 22, 1998 at 6:30p.m. at I 13 Lakeshore Drive, Pateros, WA. The agenda will be available three business days prior to the meeting, Please direct your inquiries to the City Clerk at 509- 923-2571. Pub. Oct. 8, 15, 1998 ,.DETERMINATION OF N ',INSIGNIFICANCE (DNS)'),? DESCRIPTION OF PROPOSAL: Extensive revision of the City of Pateros' Subdivision Ordinance. PROPONENT: The City of Pateros, Washington LOCATION OF PROPOSAL: All of the land within the existing corporate limits and subsequendy annexed land of the City of Pateros, Okanogan County, Washington located at the confluence of the Columbia and Methow Rivers, primarily within Section 35 and 36 of Township 30 N., Range 23 E.W.M. LEAD AGENCY: City of Pateros The lead agency for this proposal has determined that it does not have a probable significant adverse impact on the environment. An environmental impact statement (EIS) is not required under RCW 43.21C.030(2)(c). This decision was made after review of a completed environmental checklist and other information on file with the lead agency. This information is available to the public on request. This DNS is issued under 197-11- 340(2); the lead agency will not act on this proposal for 15 days from the date below, Comments must by submitted by October 19, 1998. RESPONSIBLE OFFICIAL: Diane Wareham, Clerk/Treasurer POSITION/TITLE: Clerk/Treasurer, City of Pateros ADDRESS: 113 Lakeshore Drive, Pateros Washington 98846 PHONE: 509.923.2571 DATE: September 25, 1998 You may appeal this determination to Pateros City Council at the Clerk's Office, P.O. Box 8, 113 Lakeshore Drive, Pateros, WA 98846 no later than October 19, 1998 by written method..You should be prepared to make specific factual objections. Contact Clerk to read or ask about the procedures for SEPA appeals. Pub. October 1, 8, 1998 1-800-562-1240 Helpline for all chemical dependency , related questions for teens and/or adults. An Operative for all Washington State resources and referrals. i Ouad Ci_ty Herald Octaber 8. 1998 PaPa 11 Quad City Herald OBITUARIES JOSE LUIS GODINEZ Jose Luis Godinez, fifteen years of age of Brewster, was killed tragically in an accident near the Omak airport, on Thursday morning. October 1, 1998. He was born in Prosser, on September 25, 1983, to Jose Saucedo Godinez and Teodocia Ortiz Navarette. A ninth grade student at the Brewster Middle School, Luis, an avid soccer player and fan, enjoyed putting together model airplanes and cars. He is survived by his mother Teodocia, and step-father Noe Grajeda, St., and father, Jose, and stepmother Maria Godinez. Luis is also survived by his brother s and step-brothers Bernardo Godinez, Salvador Godinez, Eddie Godinez, Noe Grajeda and Fermin Godinez, as well as numerous aunts, uncles, and cousins. His maternal grandparents are Gabriel Ortiz and Manuela Ortiz and his paternal grandparents are Menciades Ruiz and Josefina Saucedo. Holy Rosary was recited on Monday, October 5, 1998, at 7 p.m. by Deacon Hector Martinez. The Mass of Christian Burial was said by Father Kevin Codd on Tuesday, October 6, 1998, at 10 a.m. Interment was at Okanogan Valley Memorial Gardens. Funeral services were arranged through Precht-Harrison Chapel. CHARLOTTE MAE FINLEY Charlotte Mae Finley was born Charlotte Mac Billups, May 14, 1915, in Molson to Lloyd L. and JuliaA. (Gaskill) Billups. She passed away October 3, 1998, at the age of 83 of a heart attack at Central Washington Hospital in Wenatchee. Charlotte married Norris C. Robinson, September 1 i" 1933, to whom were born five children. Norris preceded her in death October 31, 1969. She later married Lawrence B. Finley who died in 1982. She had resided at 702 N. Emerson in Wenatchee for the past 13 years. She has lived most of her life in Oroville, Brewster, and in the Wenatehee Valley. Charlotte worked at numerous jobs in the apple industry. She sold Avon and Tupperware and also served as an organist and pianist, and secretary for years at the Oroville Assembly of God Church. Charlotte will always be remembered for all her wonderful crocheting and knitting. Charlotte is survived by her son, Dannis L. (Marilyn) Robinson of Marysville, daughters Nellie J. (Dean) Smith of Portland, Oregon, and Gloria R. (John) Burnett of Yakima, son Sam Finley, daughter Lauraine (Harold) McGregor, daughter, Elaine Bell, daughter, Glenna (Paul) Kingsley all of Wenatchee; 25 grandchildren; 26 great-grandchildren; one sister, Ethel Finley of Marysville; and numerous nieces, nephews, and cousins. She is preceded in death by her parents and two sons, Bruce and Lavern. Memorial contributions may be made in Charlotte's name to the Ameri- can Heart Association, or to the American Diabetes Association c/o Jones and Jones Funeral Directors, 21 S. Chelan, Wenatchee, WA 98801. Services were at 10 a.m. Wednesday at the Wenatchee Free Methodist Church. Arrangements by Jones and Jones Funeral Directors. EUNICE L. CALDWELL MURRAY Eunice L. Caldwell Murray, age 89, of Omak, died Monday, September 28, 1998 at the Mid Valley Hospital in Omak. She was born February 25, 1909 in Pique, Ohio to Roy and Ethel Caldwell. When Eunice was an infant, the family moved to Cashmere. She grew up there, attended and graduated from the Cashmere high school in I'927. Later that year, they moved to Omak where her father purchased the Ford Agency. On April 2, 1930, she married Cecil B. Murray in Omak. She was a housewife and a seasonal apple worker, also a longtime employee at the Omak Fruit Growers. Her husband Cecil preceded her in death in 1972. She was a 50 year member of the Eastern Star. Survivors include one son, James Murray of Omak; two daughters, Ellen Murray of Omak and Geraldine Wilson of Soap Lake; one sister, Ruth Wildermuth of Brewster, ten grandchildren and thirteen great-grandchil- dren and one great-great-grandson. She was preceded in death by four sisters.  Graveside services will be held Friday, October 2, 1998 at, 1 l a,m, at the Okanogan City Cemetery. Please make memorials to Okanogan CoUnty Home Health Care Agency at 217 Second Ave. S., Okanogan. Graveside services were held Friday at the Okanogan City Cemetery. Arrangements are by Bergh Funeral Service, Oroville. LON SCOTT DAHLQUIST Lon Scott Dahlquist was born March 18,1951 in Everett, Washington, he died peacefully at his home on September 26, 1998 in Bridgeport. He is survived by his parents, Bernard and Paddy Dahlquist of Everett; his son, Hosa Rishah of Everett: his brother and wife, Bernard and Wendy Dahlquist of Stanwood; niece, Michelle; and nephews, Matthew and Sean Dahlquist of Stanwood; stepbrothers, Chris Kindrachuck of Everett and Paul Kindrachuck of Sedro Woolley. He leaves numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and special friend Cathy Gale. He loved the great outdoors participating in hunting and fishing with his dad. He had a great love of his dogs. Lon lived and worked at Bruce Zahn Orchards for the last 25 years. Funeral services were held Saturday at Purdy & Waiters with Cassidy Funeral Home, Everett. Arrangements made by Cassidy Funeral Home, Everett. JOHN WOLCOTT KEEBLER John Woicott Keebler, 93, went home to the Lord Saturday, September 26, 1998 at Whispering Pines Adult Family Home at Alta Lake near Pateros. Born June 17, 1905 at Huntington, PA, the son of Charles I. and Elva (Wolcott) Keebler. At age 2, the family homesteaded near Edmonton, Alberta, later returning to PA where he graduated from Williamsport High School. Attended U. of Michigan, then worked in Dallas, TX where he met and married Louise Gunn on July 12, 1927. She preceded him in death as did sons Charles I. and John W., Jr. John and Louise moved to PA, rearing 8 children, until 1944 when they returned briefly to Dallas and then moved to Pt. Orchard, WA where he worked at the Puget Sound Navy Yard. After WWII, he managed the Tagura Transit System in Kodiak, Alaska, then worked for the Houston Coal Mining Co. in Houston, Alaska. In 1950 he moved the family to Odessa, WA where he began his association with International Harvester Co. dealerships as Service Man- ager. Others followed in Hanford and Willows, CA, where he retired in 1970. In 1976 they moved to Wenatchee where he engaged in logging with his son, Charles. A devout Christian, he was a former member and elder of First Christian Church, Willows, CA, former member Full Gospel Business Mens' Fellow- ship, Chico, CA, a member of First Assembly of God Church, Wenatchee; leader of Great Books Club; master mechanic, author, inventor, poet, teacher, mentor, and storyteller. Survivors include daughters A. Joan Johnson and Sister Alberta Keebler, Seattle; Lynn Dickinson, Bellingham, WA; Betty Aylor, Spokane; Elva Moore, Frankfort, Ind.; son Joe Keebler, Napa, CA and daughter-in-law Ann Carol Keebler, Wenatchee; 16 grandchildren, and 12 great-grandchil- dren. Also many friends and acquaintances across the nation whose lives he touched in many special ways. A memorial service will be held October 17, 1998 at 2:30 p.m. at First Assembly of God Church in Wenatchee. Memorials may be made to the Okanogan Regional Home Health CareAgency, P.O. Box 1248, Okanogan, WA. Arrangements under the direction of Barnes Chapel, Brewster. }ing Results With a d Ad out a vacant I I apartment or get rid of Great-Uncle Lester's old I I wha-cha-ma..calHt that's still in the attic, an ad I I in the Classifieds can help get the job done. I I Brewster Generate Traffic.St0pplng Classified Ad