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papa 6 DAcmhAr 17. 1998 Quad City. HArald Pateros to survey residents The city of Pateros will be conducting a survey during the next three weeks. Seniors from Pateros High School will be going house to house during the Christmas break and the first week of January, 1999. The purpose of the survey is to determine the mean income of the community. This will be a factor in determining the fundin g available to the city for a wastewater treatment facility. A survey of Pateros has not been conducted since 1990, when citizens were askedto complete four pages of questions. The current survey will ask four questions, will be strictly confidential and should only require five to seven minutes for each household. Besides determining the household income, the City Council would like to know what people like best about Pateros and what they would like to see changed. The Mayor and Council said they appreciate the citizens of Pateros cooperation and their taking the time to provide this information. Winners announced in "12 da00, of Christmas" holiday prc,motion The "12 Days of Christmas", a holiday event sponsored by the Brewster Chamber of Commerce, got underway Saturday, December 12 with local merchants participating in a daily drawing. Prizes were won on Saturday from McDonald's by Javier Gomez and from Quid City Herald by Brandy Kennel. Sunday prizes went to Mary Avalos from McDonald's and from Quid City Herald to Edna Johnson. Prizes for Monday, December 14, went to Scott Sattler from McDonald's; Gladys Gilmartin, Quid City Herald; Fran Buck, Interwest Bank; Larry Washburn, Brewster IGA Plus; Andy Sattler, Razors Edge Design Team; Darla Bennett, Lindsey's Drive In. Tuesday's drawings: Amanda Wick, McDonald's; Cathy Tuinstra, Webster Furniture; Dorothy Whitson, Quid City Herald; Mary Webster, Brewster Drug and True Value; Lois Munson, Coulee Dam Federal Credit Union; Dana Parker, Razors Edge Design Team; Cynthia Giover, Lindsey's Drive-ln. Bishop to install new Catholic priest i Bridgeport Bishop Carlos Sevilla of the Yakima Diocese will celebrate Mass Saturday, December 19, 2 p.m. at St. Anne's Catholic Church in Bridgeport. Bishop Sevilla will install Father Daniel Dufner as administrator of St. Anne's Parish, Bridgeport, and St. Mary's Mission in Mansfield. Parishioners are encouraged to attend the Saturday celebration to support the new priest, FT. Dufner, and to recognize the service of Padre Rodriquez to the Hispanic community. The Mass will also be the beginning of bilingual services (from Spanish) and continue to be held on Saturdays at 2 p.m. until Easter. The bilingual service will then change to 6 p.m., Saturdays. Father Dufner will also be in charge of the Hispanic Ministry in Chelan/Manson as the associate pastor of St. Francis DeSales Parish with residency in Chelan. Brewster ,00i]y council con't from page 5 in court for arraignment within 24 hours, which may mean more people transported to jail, Thurber said. If that happens it will mean more expense for the city. In addition, cities will be required to enact ordinances allowing the impoundment of vehicles of habitual DUI offenders, Thurber said. i i i POTTY WAGON Subdivisions Road Construction Septic Systems Tree Removals Bridgeport places winter parking rules City officials are reminding Bridgeport residents that winter parking regulations have goneintoeffect, which means residents may have to change their summertime parking habits. The winter parking rules are in effect from November through March. Under those rules parking on Columbia Avenue (the main street) between 10th and 13th streets is prohibited between 2 and 6 a.m. All residential streets are on an odd-even parking system--parking is on the odd- numbered side of the street on odd days of the month, and on the even- numbered side of the street on even days of the month. That rule applies to all cars parked on the shoulders of residential streets. Vehicles whose owners are in violation can be (and have been) removed by tow truck. Christmas at Lone Star Gulch program tonight at SDA gym "Y 'all Come Out Now, You Hear!" reminds Les Kelley, principal of the Seventh-day Adventist School, who invites folks to the Christmas program tonight fI'hursday) at 7 at the school gym on Valley Road. Carl Canweil has been working on his attitude to represent the cantankerousbut changeablecharacter he plays in the Western musical "Christmas Comes To Lone Star Gulch" Gymnasts of the "Tumble Weed Tumblin' Team" and musicians, including the "Lone Star Band", have been keeping limber and tuned- up for performances through the evening. And Home and School helpers are rounding up refreshments to serye from the "Chuck Wagon", following th6 program, i, The public is invited. Christmas c-Items Homesite Preparation .900,ew i 20 % off Carter Excavation, Inc, onl h " " " I &Service I Grundfos Stainless Sunday l 1"- 6. l Steel Pumps ill  F ./ closed Saturdays ] Longestservice in NCW area I We dig 00omctfiin[t 3pecia [ I -' Gift Sfiop . 1509) 68_.9,=4047 7'20 cW. {JK., c]3rewster '.... Cheryl Schweizor photo (Back row, left to right) Kyle Joyner, Mackenzay Leonard, Stockton Taylor, Aaron Linu, Karl Allen, Dylan Wooten. (front row, left to right) Brittany Webster, Megan McChristian, Taryn Paget, Samantha Varrelman, Clay Divis and Grace Pariseau cradle (at least in a song) the baby Jesus. Kindergarten to present holiday program The time-honored tradition of the Christmas program is a common experience for most American children. The painstakingly memorized Christmas carols, Morn and Dad maneuvering for the bestcamera angle, all the relatives in the audience beaming proudly even when a mistake is made---all of that is the stuff of millions of memories. The students in Connie BeckeT's kindergarten class will follow the same tradition as their morns and dads, grandparents and even great-grandparents. They will tell the story that will never grow old, the story of the child born of humble parents in humble surroundings, the laborer's son who was really the King of Kings. The pageant will be held tonight, Thursday, December 17 at 7 p.m. at the Community Log Church, 501 West Indian Avenue in Brewsier. The Children singing and telling the story include Grace Pariseau, Kyle Joyner, Clay Divis, Mackenzay Leonard, Samantha Varrelman, Stockton Taylor, Megan McChristian, Corina Gebbers,Amanda Youngers,Aaron Liner, Brittany Webster, Kari Allen and Dylan Wooten. Bird counters to convene Satu', lay Bird lovers from the Quid City area have been invited to participate in the annual Christmas bird count Saturday, December 19, sponsored by north central Washington chapter of the National Audubon Society. Participants are asked to meet at 7 a.m. at the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife office on Moe Road on Bridgeport Bar. From the central location birdwatchers will fan out over a circle 15 miles in diameter, centered on Dezellem Hill and including Brewster, Bridgeport, Bridgeport Bar, Central Ferry Canyon and portions of Brewster Flat. Bird counters are asked to dress warmly and bring a sack lunch and binoculars.Audubon Society members especially are looking for people with backyard bird feeders who have kept a list of the visiting birds, said Meredith Spencer, one of the organizers. Anyone and everyone who loves birds is invited to join in, even those who don't know a widgeon from a pigeon; "the more eyes, the more birds that get seen," Spencer said. One of the world's major rivers, its tributaries and creeks, runs through north central Washington. The water makes it an attractive location for birds (although not a lot of widgeons or pigeons). In the past three years bird counters have seen "lots of waterfowl," Spencer said--loons, grebes, geese, occasional dippers, herons and swans, many kinds of ducks. The river and the desert also attract birds of prey such as bald and golden eagles, hawks and owls. The canyons and hills are home to birds of the western desert, quails, chukars, pheasants. The bird counters have seen sharptail grouse; there is "no other count in Washington state that have grouse" Spencer said. Like some people some birds prefer to live in town, such as jays, sparrows and robins. "You will be amazed at how many robins you see." Spencer said. This is the third year local birdwatchers will participate in the counting process, part of a nationwide effort. The Christmastime bird count has been sponsored by the National Audubon Society for 99 years2  _NEWS FLA ! 12 Days of Chr=stmas0000 In an effort to bring some Ho-Ho-Ho & warm holiday wishes to the Quad City area this ,, Christmas season the Brewster Chamber of Commerce and following merchants and ;" businesses would like to reward thetr holiday e" shoppers with a "Courtesy Ticket" l Webster Furniture Brewster IGA Plus '.Z Brewster Drug Elliott's Flower Shop ,.1 Pratt Insurance Agency McDonald's  Y' Quid City Herald La Milna Jordan Insurance Agency F4 Dr. Rana O.D. Grover's Building Supply Countryside Studio Apple Ave. Auto Parts & Acces. Lindsey's Drive-In Boesel Motors 7th Street Market Los Camperos B rewster Motel i n Mi Cas ta Restaura t I ptg ' " X Bob s Triangle Te aco InterWest Bank Erlandsen's &Assoctates _ Bear Cove Video/Pizza In Focus Photography ..... i::!::i:;:,ili::i!::iiii!i ::::::::::::::::::::: ii:i:iiii!i;i!!ili!i!ii!iii Apple Valley Dental Clinic Alpine Ice Cream & Expresso Coulee Dam Federal Credit Union Razor's Edge Dign Team M,V,M, Quality Drilling !ii!ilili !iih; E iii0ii !iNl!Niiiiii Rt.2B'oW19DicgheWlaterwii98816 [GARBAGE [ 1-sss-6s24O0orSO9.6s2-tm, vout3so I To all resndents of I Win gifts offered by ._l_.the local merchants I the cities of Omak, II Drawings held everyeay till Christmas ,,, ,.,IThis E-00zt' Okanoganand will be '1 I I Brewster= I KOZI Radio wil! announce daily the winners during coffee time. it, ou,a I I [Sunrise O,sposal Inc. not working on I IBe The I LL I I DECEMBER 25 and JANUARY l" Thse I Grand Prize drawing on | customers who have regular Friday pickup, need to I IKey To II/I I have their cans ut n Thursday' December 24 and I  I Thursday, December 31. At this time we would I ecember 24th, I Yo u r  I | also ask that you shovel out snow around your I  (p_.17ff CFI,[T[IO3 & E-)Of))O (; ;F | dumpsters and cans. It makes collection a lot easier. | I Future I I[I; . Thank You I from tocolm00,cb00.0000, o.d I Ouad City Herald I Christmas & Happy New'tea,' I I 525 Main Ave., Browstor I I  The Management & Staff of I