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Quad City. Herald Novarnbr 19 lg98 Pa?a 1 | AUTOS FOR SALE HELP WANTED Harmony House is currently accepting applications for part-time laundry person. 689-2546. TDD (509) 689- 3125 NH688 EOE. tfc5 WANTED: "Experienced" Electronic Tech's. Prior military with electronic background preferred or at least 2-3 year tech. school req'd (AAS orBAS in electronics). Satellite Video, Voice/ Data a plus. "ENTRY LEVEL POSITIONS" Resumes may be submitted to "USEI, P.O. Box 430, Brewster, WA 98812 c/o JD Smith or e-mailed to jdsmith@usei.com. 4tc12 Full Time Assistant Needed: Brewster Learning Center. H.S. diploma or equivalent, bilingual requried. $1,377.00 a month plus benefits. Send resume to P.O. Box 2360, Wenatchee, WA 98807. 2tc12 Customer Service Representative for our Brewster office - Full or Part Time. Knowledge of insurance billing/ medical terminology would be helful but is not required. Please send resume toP.O. Box 156,Brewster, WA98812. 2tc12 Alaska Seafood Processors interviews in Brewster December 2rid. Room, board, transportation paid. Excellent winter work. Depart January 7th. Call for application 509-922-1187. 2tc19 Ready for a change of pace? Okanogan Regional Home Health Care Agency has an opening for a self-assured, skilled, and caring nursing assistant - certified to provide bathing and personal care to individuals in their homes. If you enjoy working as an independent team member and are willing to travel some please call us. One year supervised experience as nursing assistant certified required. Contact Wendy Shrable, Okanogan Regional Home Health Care Agency, P.O. Box 1248, 217 Second Ave., S.,Okanogan, WA 98840, (509) 422- 6721. EOE, DOE. ltcl9 Nursing Assistant Harmony House in Brewster is currently accepting applications for nursing assistants. For those not certified, we provide the classes and tuition costs at no expense to you. You will receive college credits, while gaining experience and certification in a skilled profession. For more information, please contact Carla Wolley @ (509) 689-2546, TDD (509) 689-3125 NH688 E.O.E. 2tc19 ATTN: MOTHERS & others. Earn $500 to $2500 part-time, full training. Call (509)444-6556, for free information booklet. ATTN: OTR drivers & owner operators. Looking for flatbed, specialized, van & owner-operators for long hauls, top pay, sign-on bonus, benefits + excellent lease purchase program. Bitterroot International System, 1 (800)800-6178. ADVERTISING: Stuck in a dead- end job you hate? In just 3 days we will train you for a career in newspaper marketing. Greatpay.No more working nights or weekends. We even offer free job placement assistance. Just $595 launches your new career. Classes starting soon. Call Washington Newspaper Publishers Association (206)634-3838. DRIVER Covenant Transport $1,000 sign-on-bonus for exp. company drivers 1 (800)441-4394, owner operators - call I (888)667-3729. Bud MeyerTruck Lines Refrigerated Hauling call toll free 1(877)283-6393, solo drivers & contractors. AVON products. Start your own business. Work flexible hours. Enjoy unlimited earnings. Call toll free: 1(888)942-4053 (Fee). EDUCATION STATEWIDE CLASSIFIEDS COPIES coPIES QUAD CITY COPIES =OP,ES HERALD COPIES COPIES COPIES 525 Main Ave.. Brewstef DRIVERS...hiring experienced & inexperienced drivers. Training available! Excellent pay & benefits, rider programs, consistent miles, tuition reimbursement. Spouse training programs! Swift Transportation, 1(800)487-9438, (eoe-m/f). WEB CLUB needs local reps. Must have a computer. No selling orinternet knowledge req. Will train. Good income, P/T, F-T, 1 (800)382-2791. COMPUTER users needed. Work own hrs. $20K-$75K/yr. 1(800)348- 7186, ext. 9009. www.amp-inc.com 1992 Dodge Dakota LE 4x4 with matching Monterey Canopy. A beautiful truck with low miles in excellent condition. A/C, PS, PB, Auto, 318 Magnum V8. Blue Books at $12,675. Asking $12,000 OBO. (509) 686-9531 or 686-7225. tfc6 For Sale: 1989 Nissan PU. Low mileage, winter tires mounted on separate rims. 923-2552. 3tp5 For Sale: 1992 Oldsmobile 98, 1963 Studebaker, 1962 Chevrolet. Also canning jars. 686-9322. 3tp5 1984 Ford Bronco, 4x4, 2 door, good condition. Asking $1,300 OBO. Call Tracy @ 509-689-5903. 2tp19 ADVERTISING: Looking for acareer that rewards independent thinking, creativity,,and self motivation? Want to make more money? In just 3 days we will train you for a career in newspaper marketing. You will learn the science of creating effective ad- vertising and how to help business owners better market their businesses. No college degree required, just a burning desire to learn. Newspaper ad reps earn great pay. No more working nights or weekends. We even offer free job placement assistance. Just $595 launches your new career. Classes starting soon. Call Washington Newspaper Publishers Association, (206)634- 3838. The Quad City Herald participates in a statewide classified ad program sponsored by the Washington Newspaper Publishers Association, an association of weekly newspapers. It allows classified advertisers to participate in weekly papers throughout the state in compliance with the following rules. You may submit ads through this newspaper. There we more than a million papers in circulation. The rate is $175 for up to 25 words, plus $7 per word over 25 words. WNPA reserves the right to edit all ad copy submitted ,and to refuse to accept any ad submitted for the statewide program. Each newspaper retains discretion to refuse to run any parlicular ad ,accepted by WNPA. WNPA does not guarantee that every ad will be run in every newspaper. WNPA will, on request, for a $25 fee, provide information on which newspapers run a particularad within a 30 day period. Typographical errors (wrong address, telephone number, name or price) will result in a "make good", in which a corrected ad will be run the following week. WNPA incurs no other liability for errors in publication. If you would like to run a statewide classified, please stop in or call the Quad City Herald (509) 689-2507 1-800-201-2507 FAX (509) 689-2508 525 Main Ave., P.O. Box 37, Brewster, WA. 98812 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Quad City Herald 689-2507 Brewster Generate Traffic.St0pping esults With a Classified A d Whether you want to rent out a vacant apartment or get rid of Great-Uncle Lester's old wha-cha-ma-eall-it that's still in the attic, an ad in .the Classifieds can help get the job done Get the signal. Call 689-2507 today. Quad City Herald 689-2507 Quad City Herald LEGAL NOTICES YOUR RIGHT TO KNOW SUMMARY OF ORDINANCE NO. 98-505 oftheCityofBridgeport,Washington On the 28th day of October, 1998, the City Council oftheCity of Bridgeport, Washington, passed Ordinance No. 98-505. A summary of the content of said ordinance, consisting of the title, provides as follows: AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF BRIDGEPORT, WAS I-HNGTON, ADDING A NEW CHAPTER 8.11 TO THE BRIDGEPORT MUNICIPAL CODE REGARDING NOISE CONTROL,ESTABLIS HING A CIVIL INFRACTION PENALTY FOR VIOLATION SUBJECT TO FINE PURSUANTTORCW7.80.120 AND ESTABLISHING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. The full text of this Ordinance will be mailed upon request. DATED this 28th day of October, 1998. CITY CLERK, PAT GORDON Pub. Nov. 19, 1998 SUMMARY OF ORDINANCE NO. 98-504 of the City of Bridgeport, Washington On the 9 day of November, 1998, the City Council of the city of Bridgeport, Washington, passed Ordinance No. 98-504. A summary of the content of said Ordinance, consisting of the title, provides as follows: AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF BRIDGEPORT, WASHINGTON, APPROVING THE TRANSFER OF THE CABLE COMMUNICATIONS FRANCHISE FROM SUMMIT COMMUNICATIONS, INC. TO SUMMIT CABLEVISION L.P., APPROVING THE SUBSEQUENT PURCHASE OF THE CONTROLLING INTEREST IN SUMMIT CABLEVISION L.P. BY MILLENIUM DIGITAL MEDIA SYSTEMS, L.L.C., AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 95-436 AND SETTING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. The full text of this Ordinance will be mailed upon request. DATED this 9th day of November, 1998. CITY CLERK, PAT GORDON Pub. Nov. 19, 1998 NOTICE OF BOARD MEETING LOCATION CHANGE The Board of Directors of the Pateros School District t22-70J has directed that the location of the regular board meeting scheduled for Monday, November 23, 1998 be changed. The meeting will be conducted at theAzwell Dam Fish Hatchery in the break room at 6:30 p.m. TbePateros School District is a barrier free facility accessible to person with disabilities. Additional information is available in the superintendent's office. Robert Nolan Clerk of the Board Pateros School District Pub. Nov. 19, 1998 NOTICE OF REVISED APPLICATION and PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a public hearing on the matter of a revised application (new plat drawing) submitted by Don Ray on behalf of Don Barth,Pateros,WA, for theFairway Planned Development has been rescheduled for Monday, January 25, 1999, 7:00 p.m., Okanogan County Commissioners' hearing room, 2nd floor, Administration Building, 237 4th Avenue North, Okanogan, Washington. The Okanogan County Regional Planning commission will hearaproposal foran 11 lot residential planned development on a 12.4 acre tract with 6.2 acres dedicated to open space as golf course fairways and greens. Lots will be served with a corn munity water system and on-site conventional and/or pressurized septic systems. The 12.4 acre property is located 0.9 miles up Alia Lake Road from State Highway 153 on the south side of the road. It is bordered on the north and west by portions of the Alia Lake Golf Course subdivision, by Bogey Heights Subdivision on the east, by the Alta Lake Golf Course on the south. The parcel from which the property is proposed to be developed is Lot 40 the original Alia Lake Golf Course plat. It is in the SEI/4NW 1/4 of Section 3, T29N, R23E, W.M., Okanogan County, Washington. ' For further information contact Bob Clark, Okanogan County Office of Planning and Development, P.O. Box 1009, Okanogan, WA 98840; Phone: 509/422-7160. All interested persons may be heard in this matter. Written comments regarding this application should be,sent to the Office of Planning & Development by January 8. 1999. Pub. Nov. 19, 1998 Mansfield con't from page 1 Hirsch said. "Until the end of August, it's .quite a different place." The Massachusetts road map also shows multiple Mansfields, but in this case too the map is misleading. Mansfield, East Mansfield and West Mansfield are "really one town," said Eileen Ouellette, the town clerk. Mansfield is 26 miles from Boston and about 25 miles from Providence, Rhode Island. "We are a commuter town," Ouellette said; its residents ride the train to Boston or drive or Providence. The original Mansfields really were named for Lord Mansfield. Massachusetts residents, back in the colonial days, had a habit of breaking away and forming their own towns in cases of religious or civil dispute. Mansfield residents did that in 1775, and named their new town for an English lord. But the town itself is much older. The first settlers staked claims in 1731, said Kathryn Viens, chair of the Mansfield Historical Commission. One oft he Mansfields in New Jersey, the one in Burlington County, is even older. "We've always been Mansfield. We date back to 1688," said Marion Hay, the township clerk. But in fact "there is no town named Mansfield," Hay said, not anywhere in New Jersey. Oh,there are two mayors of two different Mansfields, and each has a clerk's office and planning and building departments and police deparlments and all the other trappings of a town. But a recognizable town with a main street and city limits does not exist. (Actually, the Mansfield in Warren County may not exist at all, except as a 689 telephone number. A number of calls never succeeded in reaching a live person, nothing but an answering machine--at the clerk's office, at the planning department, at the building department, even at the police station.) Both Mansfields are townships; this is not a town but rather a designated area of land. The Mansfield in Burlington County is about 24 square miles in size. There is a town in Mansfield, named Columbus. "I call it the capital of Mansfield township," said Barbara Crammer, the township deputy clerk. Mansfield township is located "halfway between New York City and Philadelphia, sort of," Crammer said, and it is about 15 miles from the state capital,Trenton. Mansfield isarelatively small town(ship), as such things go in New Jersey, but it's growing fast. Subdivisions and new housing developments are springing up all over;, "it's going to change the character of the township tremendously,"Crammex said. Columbus used to havea blinking light on main street, and it was easy to get across the street without going to the crosswalk, she said, But now a traffic light has been installed and pedestrians m'e better advised to go to the crosswalk, there's so much traffic. "People actually have to stop and lake turns," she said. SCHOOL MENU Brewster Mon., Nov. 23 - Breakfast: Cold cereal, donnut, fruit, milk. Lunch: Corn dogs, tater tries, fruit, milk. Tues., Nov. 24 - Breakfast: Muf- fins, ham stick, fruit, milk. Lunch: Turkey gravy, mashed potatoes, fruited Jello, fruit, milk. Wed., Nov. 25 - Breakfast: Ce- real, cinnamon roll, fruit, milk. Lunch: No lunch, early release. If You Have Something Of Interest That You Would Like To See In The Newspaper Quad City Herald 509) 689-2507. FAX (509) 689-2508 I MEMORIAL Ftrr00 HEART FUND Bette Hayes P.O. Box 973 Bridgeport, WA. 98813 Mrs. Horace Smith P.O. Box 621 Brewster, WA. 98812 CANCER FUND American Cancer Society Okanogan County Unit Memorial Program P.O. Box 1569 Omak, WA. 98841 Washington Trust Bank c/o Barbara Dezellem P.O. Box 700 Bridgeport, WA. 98813 OK.-DQ, HOSPITAL MEMORIAL FUND Rebekah Farrington P.O. Box 577 Brcwster, WA. 98812 i Quad City Herald OBITUARIES Memorial service for Bryan Crow A memorial service for Bryan Crow, Bridgeport B,'u', who died in a hunting accident October 3, will be held Saturday, November 21 at the Bethel Assembly of God Church in Bridgeport. Crow disappeared while on a hunting trip on Dyer Hill; his body was found the next day. Apparently he was walking along the top of a cliff, slipped and fell 100 to 150 feet, according loan investigation conducted by the Douglas County Sheriff's office. Correction In the obituary of Audrey Cogar her sister's name Sandra Mort. of Kent was omitted. Also survived by grandchildren and great grandchildren. SYDNEY QUINTANA BIRCH Sydney Quintana Birch, 9 months, of B rewster, died Thursday, November 12, 1998 in the Okanogan-Douglas Hospital at Brewster. Sydney was born February 17, 1998 the daughter of Dennis S. Birch and Melissa Bringmann at Spokane, Washington. She is survived by her parents; grandparents, Roberta Hyland Hoffman of Pateros; Geoffrey Bringmann of Queens, New York; Judy and Dennis R. Birch of Bridge- port; great grandparents, Mary Bringmann of Boyton Beach, Florida, Consuelo Alsapiedi of Flushing, New York, Irene and Glenn Birch of Bridgeport; aunts and uncles, Samatha Bringmann, Bill Hoffman, Amy Jacob, Benjamin Hoffman all of Pateros, Tammy Butterfieid of Bridgeport, Destiny and Mike Routon of Brewster. She was preceded in death by her great grandparents, Rita Hyland Stout and George Bringman. Services will be conducted Friday, November 20, 1998 at 11 a.m. from Barnes Chapel, Brewster, with Pastor Linda Link, officiating. Private interment to be held at Pateros Cemetery. Services under the direction of Barnes Chapel, Brewster. BUSTER HOLLOWAY Buster Holloway, 80, of Seattle and a former Brewster and Bridgeport area resident passed away on Monday, November 9, 1998 at the Veteran's Hospital in Seattle. Bud was born September 22, 1918 in Ivy, Arkansas. He served in the United States Navy during World War II. Bud spent most of his adult life in the Sealtle and the Brewster and Bridgeport area. He was once the owner of the Atlantic Richfield Service Station in Bridgeport. The last six years of his life he spent in Spokane. He is survived byhis brother, Jake Holloway of Seattle and his sister Arlene Bauer of Tacoma. Services will be conducted Saturday, November 21, 1998 at 1 p.m. from the Barnes Chapel, Brewster, with Military Rites by the Brewster American Legion Post #97. Interment to follow at the Brewster Cemetery. Arrangements by Barnes Chapel, Brewster. FLOYD R. "BUD" AVENELL Floyd R. 'Bud' Avenell, 96, a pioneer Mansfield wheat farmer, died Saturday morning, November 14, 1998 in Holy Family Hospital in Spokane. He was born to Jacob and Luella (Dolbow) Avenell on September 26, 1902 at Reardon, Washington. At the age of two the family moved to a Douglas County wheat ranch, northeast of Mansfield where Floyd grew up and received his early education. In 1916, they moved into the town of Mansfield to a home on Wilmott Street. Floyd was to live in this home the rest of his life. He married Geneva Smart there on December 3, 1933 and the couple made this their home until ill health forced them to move to Spokane in the spring of 1998. They met in the Mansfield grain elevator office where Geneva worked for her father. Floyd and his brother, Jay, eventually took over managing the farm. He continued working even after their son, David, took over the farm 18 years ago. At the time he really retired, Floyd had worked 70 harvests without missing one. He was a member of St. Andrews Episcopal Church in Chelan and attended the United Protestant Church in Mansfield. He was a Past Master of the Mansfield Grange and Past Noble Grand of the Mansfield IOOF, and a member of the Washington Assn. of Wheat Growers. Floyd was gentle, warm, and steadfast and will be missed by all. Survivors include his wife Geneva, of Spokane; two sons and their wives, Jim and Kim Avenell of Wenatchee and David and Ann Avenell of Spokane; two daughters and their husbands, Janet and Doug Nemeir of Lancaster, PA and Carol and John Buse of Racine, WI; nine grandchildren and two great- grandchildren; two brothers, Jay Avenell of Mansfield and Clare Avenell of Colorado. He was preceded in death by his parents,and two sisters, Cecil Burke and Goldie Seaman. Funeral services were conducted at 1:00 P.M., Wednesday afternoon, November 18, 1998 in the United Protestant Church at Mansfield. Pastor Sam Buckingham and Father Mark Brinkman officiated. If desired, memorials may be made to the Mansfield United Protestant Church or to the St. Andrew's Episcopal Church in Chelan. Concluding services and the interment in the Mansfield Cemetery. Arrangements by the Waterville Funeral Home. SUNDAY Open at 10 a.m. Football & Happy Hour All Day Great Sky nkie Ju Sat., Nov. 21 9 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. l iii0000ii00 i0000i!i!!i il i:iii iiiii;iiillili! i00ilil iii!; ii ii !i!iiiiiiiiiiill ii] KODI'S NOON SALOON PATEROS MALL Music by [ Saturday, November 21-] Cad00t]]ae Country - Country Western 9 p.m. - 1:30 a.m. Steak Dinner $8.00 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. Members & bonafide guests only QUAD CITY EAGLES BRIDGEPORT / ;  t f