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Quad City Herald L Your right to know Qued City Herald has been approved as a regal newspap by an order duly made and entered in the Superior Couri of the state Washington, for Okanogan 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. BUDGET HEARING Notice is hereby given that the City Council of Pateros, Washington will hold a final budget hearing on Monday, December 17,2001 at 7:00 p.m. at Pateros City Hall 113 Lakeshore Drive. Copies of the 2002 budget may he obtained at Pateros City Hall during regular business hours. All interest persons are invited to attend and provide testimony. Pateros City Hall is accessible to all persons and persons requiring translation or other special services are requested to contact City Hall at 923-2571 at least one day prior to the meeting. Pub. Dec. 13, 2001 LEGAL NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the City Council of Pateros, Washington will hold a final budget hearing on Monday, December 17, 2001 at 7:00 p.m. at Pateros City Hall 113 Lakeshore Drive. Copies of the 2002 Budget may be obtained at Pateros City Hall during regular business hours. All interest persons are invited to attend and provide testimony. Pateros City Hall is accessible to all persons and persons requiring translation or other special services are requested to contact City Hall at 923-2571 at least one day prior to the meeting. Pub. Dec. 6, 13,2001 NOTICE OF BOARD MEETING DATE CHANGE The Board of Directors of the Patems School District 122-70J has directed that' the regular meeting scheduled for December 24, 2001 he canceled. The regular meeting is rescheduled for Monday, December 17, 2001 at 6:00 p.m. in the Pateros school staff room. The Pateros School District is a barrier free facility accessible to persons with disabilities. Additional information is available in the superintendent's office. Michael Smith Clerk of the Board Pateros School District Pub. Dec.L 13, 2001 District Court Juan Carlos Pamatz, age 22, of Brewster, pleaded guilty to Third Degree Driving while License Sus- pended. He was sentenced to 90 days with 90 suspended and fined a total of $535. Superior Court A bench warrant was issued for the arrest of Curtis Aaron Bell, age 48, for the charge of Second Degree Theft. The court found probable cause to charge Pedro Molinero Casarezs, of Brewster, with Luring. Bail was set at $5,000. The court found probable cause to charge Julianne S. LaFountain with Third Degree Assault and Resisting Arrest. Bail was set at $15,000. The court found probable cause to chargeOrlandoT. Arello, of Brewster, with Second Degree Malicious Mis- chief. He was released on his own personal recognizance. The court dissolved the marriage of Maria Mercado (Zamora), the peti- tioner, and Cirilo Mercado-Garcia, the respondent. 911 Blotter Monday, December 3 8:25 a.m Sherifffs Office, Assault: a report of an assault in a residence on Paradise Hill Rd near Brewster. AkifumiMoriyoshi, age 29, was taken into custody for Fourth Degree As- sault, DV. 9:32 p.m Brewster PD, Accident: a report of a two vehicle, non-injury accident in the parking lot of the Catholic Church, Brewster. Tuesday, December 4 10:40 a.m Brewster PD, Warrant: a juvenile, age 16, was taken into custody from a residence on S. Sev- enth St Brewster, on a warrant with the charge of Failure to Appear with the original charge of Truancy. Wednesday, December 5 7:57 a.m Brewster PD, Vandal- ism: the portable building at the Brewster High School was damaged during the night. 5:06 p.m Brewster PD, Dog: a report of an aggressive dog on Bridge St in Brewster. Thursday, December 6 11:28 p.m Brewster PD, DWLS: Jesus A. Gutierrez, age 32, was cited on Bridge St Brewster', for Third Degree Driving while License Sus- pended. Friday, December 7 9:06 a.m Sherifffs Office, Dogs: a complaint of dogs chasing horses on Star Rd near Pateros. The owner said that the dogs would be put down. 1:50 p.m Fire: crews responded to a packing shed on fire on Squaw Creek Rd near Pateros. The fire is under investigation. 9:23 p.m Sherifffs Office, Acci- dent: a single vehicle, non-injury accident on Hwy. 97, south of Brewster. Saturday, December 8 4:47 a.m Sheriffis Office, Ac- cident: a single vehicle accident on Hwy. 153, south of Methow. The vehicle drove over an em- bankment. 3:55 p.m Brewster PD, Noise: a complaint of loud music from a residence on Ester St in Brewster. 10:45 p.m Pateros, Assault: a re- port of an assault in progress in a saloon in Pateros. No weapons were involved. Ouad City. HArgld Dec 13:~001 Pa~9 11 ristmas on Dec. 9 to Dec. 21 Quad City Herald Apple Box Gifts Brwster Marketplace Lindsey's Cascade Mechanical McDonald's Back to Health Coulee Dam Credit Union Quik-E-Mart Sterling Savings Pacific N.W. Bank Boesel Motors Children's House Apple Ave. Auto Parts AG Supply Ace Hardware Healthbeat Fitness Joyus Creations Apple Ave. Motel Brewster Drug Apple Valley Dental Les Schwab Tires Countryside Studio Los Camperos Webster Furniture Land Company Rio Auto Supply Erlandsen's & Associates Kevin Skirko CPA Grover's Building Supply Pratt Insurance Elliott's Flower Shop IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF OKANOGAN In re the estate of: ) ) NO. 01-4-00059-3 ROSA GARCIA LOPEZ, ) ) NOTICE TO CREDITORS deceased. ) , ) NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned has been appointed and has qualified as the Personal Representative of the above entitled estate. That all persons having claims against said deceased are hereby required to serve the same upon said Personal Representative or her/his attorney, Thomas Benner, as the address below stated and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof of such service, within four months after the date of first publication of this notice or the date of filing of a copy of this notice with the Clerk of the Court, whichever is later, or the same will be barred. Roberto Aguilar, Personal Representative P.O. Box 1156 Brewster, WA 98812 Date of first publication: December 13, 2001 Date of filing of Notice: December 10, 2001 Thomas Benner, Attorney at Law P.O. Box 550 Brewster, WA 98812 (509) 689-3471 NOTICE TO CREDITORS/1 Pub.Dec. 13,20,27,2001 ANNOUNCEMENT OF APPLICATION FOR COVERAGE UNDER A GENERAL PERMIT TO DISCHARGE TO STATE WATERS WAG 43-5265 TROUT - BLUE CHELAN P.O. BOX 669 CHELAN, WA 98816 Quad City Herald JESSE DEAN WADE DELORES J. JOHNSON Jesse Dean Wade, Oceanside, California died December 3, 2001 in Vista, Delores J. Johnson, 74, a long time Brewster resident, passed away Thursday, California at the age of 86. December 6, 2001 at Harmony House Health Care Center at Brewster. He was hem July 22, 1915 in Morgan, Utah. She was born June 29, 1927 to Fredolph and Ellan (Johnson) Haggbloom in He served in the army during World War II stationed at Ft. Douglas, Utah. He, Minneapolis, Minnesota where she was raised and lived until she met and married was a member of the Latter Day Saints Church, Elks Club and Eagles. the love of her life, Gordon Johnson. They started a family with one son Kenneth. Jesse Wade is survived by his wife of 35 years, Elizabeth of Dewey, Arizona. Theymoved toBrewsteraround 1950 where they had two more children, Sid and A son. Fred and Angela Wade, Anchorage, Alaska; stepdaughter, Janet and Alan Carol. Burch, Salt Lake City, Utah; stepson, John and Gal Kirch, Dewey, Arizona, daughters, Diane and David Dangerfieid, Susan andCraig Jensen, Salt Lake City; Nancy and Jim Lewis, Vista; Connie Waltz, Vashon Island; sister Shirley and Bill Rhine, Layton, Utah, and Anna Beth Farr, Dana Pt, Califomiaand 37 grandchildren. A memorial service was beid her 6, 2001 at theChurch of LatW, r Day =. Saints in Vista with Doyle Packer officiating. GENEVIEVE (GEVIE) LOUISE HOGAN McCLURE Genevieve (Gevie) Louise Hogan McClure,71,passed away in Brewster on Saturday, December 8, 2001. Sbe wasborn on November 25,1930 to Irmaand Arlo Washburn. Gevie was a longtime resident of the Brewster area. Gevie married Marion Hogan on November 3, 1947. They made their, home locally, where they raised three daughters among many relatives andi friends. Gevie worked in the apple packing sheds for over 30 years. She also worked on the family owned apple orchard until Marion passed away in 1979. Some years later Gevie met Delbert McClure from Nespelem, Washington. They were married on March 9, 1985, Together they enjoyed Grange and Senior Citizen activities, traveling to see family and friends and their grandchildren. has filed an application for coverage undei" the Fresh Fruit Packing Industry Gevie was also very involved in many of the Grange activities. National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System Waste Discharge General Gevie is survived by her husband, Del at the home; her three daughters and Permit (the general permit), in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 90.48 sons-in-law, Gerry and John Kittel of Spokane, WA; Margin and Craig Wise of Revised Code of Washington, Chapter 173.226 Washington Administrative Coeur d'Alene, Idaho; Becky and Phil Harding of Gresham, Oregon; her mother, Code, and the Federal Water Pollution Control Act as amended. Irma Washburn of Brewster;, two step-children, Bob and Colleen McClure of Cheney, WA; Janet McClure and Randy Bishop ofOmako WA; 18 grandchildren, This coverage is for the discharge of wastewater from the packing and storage of 4 great grandchildren; numerous nieces, nephews, and cousins. apples at the Trout- Blue Chelan facility located at 471 Industrial Way, Pateros, WA 98816. There will he three discharges: 1) approximately 22,000 gallons per week of apple packing wastewater to an 8-acre land application site located northeast of the facility across Highway 97; 2) approximately 52,500 gallons per year of spent drencher wastewater as dust abatement to unpaved roads located northeast of the facility, and 3) approximately 200,000 gallons per day of non- contact cooling water with no chemical additives to the Columbia River at Latitude 489 03' 58" N, Longitude 119~ 63" 52". All discharges will be in compliance with the Department of Ecology's Water Quality Standards. Tentative Determinations She was preceded in death by her first husband, Marion; her dad; her sister, Shirley Brown; and her brother, Loren Washburn. Services will be held at 11 a.m. Friday, December 14, 2001 at the Community Log Church. Committal service and interment to follow at the Packwood Cemetery. A loving person, Gevie was a blessing to all. She was greatly loved and will be greatly missed. Services under the direction of Barnes Chapel, Brewster. JACK FLORENTINO ZEPEDA Jack Florentine Zepeda, 21, of Brewster, died Thursday, December 6, 2001 at Kennewick. He was born September 2, 1980 the son of Miguel and Tamara (Boyce) Zepeda at Roosevelt, Utah where they resided until 1992 when they moved to Brewster where he auended school. Since 1996 be had been employed as a nurses aid at Harmony House Health The Department proposes to issue coverage under the general permit to the above listed applicant to discharge to public water, subject to certain effluent limitations and special permit conditions. These determinations are tentative. A final determination will not he made until all comments received pursuant to this notice have been evaluated. Public Comment and Information Any person desiring to present tbeir view to the Department of Ecology regarding CareCenterand theOkanogan-Douglas this permit application may do so in writing within thirty days of the last date of Hospital at Brewster. publication of this notice. Comments shall be submitted to the Department of Jack is survived by his wife, Claudia Ecology. Any person interested in the department' s action on this application may Farias Sancbez Zepeda; his father and notify the Department of their interest with in thirty days of the last date of step mother, Miguel and Nico Zepeda publication of this notice. Comments should be sent to Washington State of Mexico" his mother and step father, Department of Ecology, Central RegionalOffice, 15 West YakimaAvenue, Suite Tamara Cisneros of Vernal. Utah; and 200, Yakima, WA 98902, Arm: Stcven Huber, (509) 454-7298. ,- Angel Cisneros of Chelan; his six sisters and a brother, Antonia Valencia, If the comments received indicated significant public interest in the applicability of coverage, or if useful information could be produced, thereby, the director may hold a public hearing on the application. The department shall only consider issues regarding the general permits applicability or non-aplRkability to the discharger when considering the need to hold a public hearing. Carolina Zepeda both of Vernal, Utah; Rosa Zeim~ of Fresno, California; Angelica Zepeda of Brewster; Maria Guadalupe Zepeda, Julia Yazmin Zepeda, Hector Zepeda all of Mexico; his two grandmothers, Avis Sparks of Duchesne, Utah and Antonia Gonzalez of Mexico. A Vigil Service and Rosary was held at 12 noon Tuesday, December 11,2001 at the Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Brewster with Father Jose Hernandez, officiating. Jack will be missed by his aunts, uncles, Cousins and friends. Services of Commemoration were held at 11 a.m. Wednesday, December 12, -The application and related documents are available for inspection and copying between the hours of 8:00 am. and 4:30 p.m. weekdays at the Central Regional Office. For more information or special accommodation needs contact: Steven 2001 at Barnes Chapel, Brewster with President Mark Armstrong officiating. Huber (509) 454-7298 or the Pateros Cemetery. , Pub. Dec. 13, 20, 2001 - - : ::::: - "- '~' =" ~" :: " -Services under the direction of Barnes Chapel, l~'ster. Delores took an active role in her children's lives, being a den mother in Cub Scouts and a group leader for the Blue Birds. She was employed with the school district working in the cafeteria. She also worked in the apple sheds. Sheloved and shareda!l aspects of the outdoors, including camping, flower garde$ing, long rides in the hills and even cherished ;short trips to the park to have lunch and watch the ducks. She was a member of the Garden Club, the Rebbeccas, and the American Legion Auxiliary. Delores is survived by her son, Sid Johnson of Brewster; her daughter, Carol Stotts of Monroe, Washington; her two sisters, Vera Witcher of Tillamook, Oregon; and Bernice Linquist of Onamia, Minnesota; her brother, Lawarence Haggbloom of San Diego, California; 4 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband Gordy; her son, Kenneth; her sister, Luella and her brother, Lowell. Services will be conducted at 11 am. Saturday, December 15,2001 at Barnes Chapel, Brewster. Committal service and interment to follow at the Brewster Cemetery. Visitation on Friday from 3 - 8 p.m. at Barnes Chapel Services under the direction of Barnes Chapel, Brewster. JUNE E. PROTSMAN June E. Protsman of Soup Lake, previously of Mansfield went to be with the Lord on December 2, 2001. Shewas born in Sacramento, California on June 10,1922 toCharles and Mariah Raynor. She moved to Puyallup at the age of five, She married Lloyd Protsman on November 20, 1939. She is survived by four daughters, Lenora Evans, Mansfield; Letha Collins, Columbia Falls, Montana; Karen Mosely, Fresno, California and Cathy Brown of Moses Lake, Washington. Also two sons, James Protsman, Glenwood Springs, Colorado and Ronald Protsman, Chatteroy, Washington. She is survived by sisters Virginia, Leola and Rose and one brother, Floyd as well as numerous grandchildren and great and great great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, parents, three brothers and one sister. Memorial services will be held on June's birthday 2002 in Soap Lake. DANIEL W. "DAN" WYLAND Dan iel W. "'Dan" Wyland, 79, of Emmett, Idaho, died Thursday, November 29, 2001 at home of natural causes. Private family services were held December 3, 2001. Cremation was under the direction of the Potter Funeral Chapel. Dan was born on April 25, 1922 at Center, Nebraska to Daniel and Emma Linderman Wyland. He moved with his family to Emmett in 1936. Dan joined the United States Army and served during Word War II. While in the military he drove Bob Hope around when be was doing shows for the troops. Following the wax be returned to Emmett. He married Freda Rolland at Payette in 1946. He worked for Dick Knox, who had a coal Imdness in Emmeat. Later be worked as a millwright or machinist in hydmpowcr dam constmctioa in Idaho, Tennessee, Washington, Missouri, Montana, and Oregon. They were divorced in 1969. He married Emestene Thompson in 1969. She died in March of 1997. Dan enjoyed traveling and rock hounding. Dan is survived by four daughters, Eyvonne Schaibley of S mithland, Kentucky; Dcbra Clarke of Aumsville, Oregon; Dani Gardunia of Twin Falls, Idaho; and Teresa Friesen of Dallas, Oregon; five grandchildren; seven great grandchildren; a stepson, Tom Smith of Bridgeport, Washington and two step grandchildren. He was preceded in death by three half brothers and three half sisters. JOHN C. "JACK" GAINES John C. "Jack" Gaines passed away on Wednesday, December 5, 2001, while vacationing in Arizona for the winter. He was 73 years old. Jack Was born in Black Duck, Minnesota on October 26, 1928. After school, he spent two years in the Army. He was a member of the Teamster's Union for many years. His occupation was driving truck at several Washington and Oregon dams, including working on the Third Power.home project at Grand Coulee Dam. He enjoyed an early retirement, spending time doing the things he loved the most: camping, fishing, biking and going to ear races. He will be deeply missed by his family and friends, his dog, Hagar, and his cat, Pretty Girl. Jack is surviyed by his longtime partner in life, Mary Atkins, at their home in Electric City; mother, Lucille Root, of Grand Coulee; son, Scott Gaines of Stoughton, Wisconsin; daughter, Debbie Gaines of East Wenatchee; grandson, Sgt. Craig Perry, USMC; and granddaughter, Shae Perry of East Wenatchee. He was preceded in death by his infant son, Steven, and his brother, DOn. Per Jack's request, no services will be held. Arrangements were provided by Dimond and Sons Silver Bell Chapel, Bullhead City, Arizona and Mohave Cremation Service.