Newspaper Archive of
The Goldendale Sentinel
Goldendale , Washington
October 31, 2018     The Goldendale Sentinel
PAGE 8     (8 of 18 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 8     (8 of 18 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
October 31, 2018

Newspaper Archive of The Goldendale Sentinel produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2020. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

8-- Oc'ronER 31,2018 i Re -~lllglgengale~lHIlillel wAsoo.- o. NOTICES Goldendale, WA 98620.11. Known Bondholders, Mort- gagees, and ethel Security Holders Owning or Holding 1 Percent or more of total amount of bonds, mort- gages, or other securities. If none, check box NONE. 12. Tax Status: The purpose, function, and nonprofit status of this organization and the exempt status for federal in- come tax purposes: Has Not Changed During the Preced- ing 12 Months. 13. Publica- months: 1,600/No. Copies of Single Issue Published Nearest to Filing Date: 1,575; (4) Paid Distribution by Oth- er Classes of Mail through the. USPS (e.g. First Class Mail) Average No. Copies Each Issue During Preced- ing 12 months: 0/No. Cop- ies of Single Issue Published Nearest to Filing Date:0. c) Total Paid Distribution (Sum of 15b (1), (2), (3), and (4): Average No. Copies Each Issue During Preceding 12 tion Title: The Goldendale months: 2016/ No. Copies Sentinel. 14. Issue Date for of Single Issue Published Circulation Data:10117118. Nearest to Filing Date: 1971. 15. Extent and Nature of d) Free or Nominal Rate Circulation, Newspaper. a) Distribution (By Mail ahd No. Copies of Single Issue Published Nearest to Filing Date: 80. f. Total Distribu- tion (Sum of 15c and 15e) Average No. Copies Each Issue During Preceding 12 months: 2096/ No. Copies of Single Issue Published Nearest to Filing Date: 2051. 96.716; Copies of Single Is- held at DNR's Southeast sue Published Nearest to Fil- Region office on December ing Date: 96.654. 4, 2018, 2018 at 2:00 p.m. 17. Publication of Statement For a bidder's qualification of Ownership, if the Publica- packet call (509) 925-0912. tion is a general publication, HILARY S. FRANZ, Com- publication of this statement missioner of Public Lands is required. Will be printed (4417) in the 10/31/18 issue of this g; Copies (See Instructions to Publish- er #4 (Page3)) Average No. Copies Each Issue During Preceding 12 months: 504/ No, Copies of Single Issue Published Nearest to Fil- ing Date:549. h. Total (Sum of 15f and g) Average No. Copies Each Issue During Preceding 12 months: 2600/ Not Distributed publication. 18. Signature and Title of Editor, Publisher, Business Manager, or Own- er; Lou Marzeles, Publisher. 10/22/18 I certify that all in- formation furnished on this form is true and complete. I understand that anyone who furnishes false or mislead- ing information on this form or who omits material or in- Total Number of Copies-net press run - Average No. Copies Each Issue Dur- ing Preceding 12 months: 2600/ No. Copies of Single Issue Published Nearest to Filing Date: 2600; b) (1) Mailed Outside-County Paid Subscriptions Stated on PS Form 3541 (Include paid distribution above nominal rate, advertiser's proof cop- ies, .and exchange copies) Average No. Copies Each Outside the Mail) (1)Free No. Copies of Single Issue or Nominal Rate Outside- Published Nearest to Filing County Copies Included on Date: 2600. i. Percent Paid PS Form 3541 Average No. (15c divided by 15f times Copies Each Issue During 100) Average No. Copies Preceding 12 months: 20 / Each Issue During Preced- No. Copies of Single Issue ing 12 months: 96.183/ No. Published Nearest to Filing Copies of Single Issue Pub- Date: 20; (2) Free or Nomi- lished Nearest to Filing Date: nal Rate In-County copies 96.099 16. Electronic Copy Included on PS Form 3541 Circulation Average No. Copies Each Paid Electronic Copies-Aver- Issue During Precedingage No. Copies Each Issue 12 months: 0/ No. Copies during Preceding 12months: REQUEST FOR STATEMENT OF QUALIFICATION (RSQ) City of Goldendale Request for Qualification Datato Furnish Structural Engineering Ser- formation requested on the form may be subject to crimi- and consulting/professional nal sanctions (including fines firms' interested in provid- and imprisonment) and/or ing professional services civil sanctions (including ci vil for the 2018 calendar year, penalties), pursuant to Chapter 39.80 (4416)RCW. The City anticipates requiring services for the STATE OF WASHINGTON following types of projects: Dryland Ag and Grazing1) Bridge load rating up- Lease No. 12-F55351 dates, 2) Construction sup- Nine-Year Eight-Month port services, and 3) outside Lease Term funding application prepara- that will actually be working on the project (20), firm's past experience with feder- ally funded projects (espe- cially CDBG and USDA/RD projects) (20), geographical proximity of the firm to the project location (10), and professional reputation and references (10). Firms desiring considera- tion shall submit a complete qualifications package and any other pertinent data to further assist the selection committee in evaluating the vices firm's qualification to: City The City of Goldendale is of Goldendale Attn. Karl En- soliciting statements of qual- ifications and performance yeart, PE, Public Works Di- information from engineers rector, 1103 South Columbus Avenue, Goldendale, WA 98620. Qualification pack- ages should be submitted to arrive no later than 5:00 pm on November 14, 2018. The most highly rated firm(s) will be selected for negotiation of the professional service con- tract for one or more types of projects. These projects may be fund- ed or partially funded through Issue During Preceding 12 months: 175/ No. Copies of Single Issue Published Nearest to Filing Date: 162 (2) Mailed In-County Paid Subscriptions Stated on PS Form 3541 (Include paid distribution above nominal rate, advertiser's proof cop- ies, and exchange copies) Average No. Copies Each Issue During Preceding 12 months: 241/ No. Copies of Single Issue Published Nearest to Filing Date:234; (3) Paid Distribution Outside the Mails Including Sales Through Dealers and Carri- ers, Street Vendors, Coun- ter Sales, and Other Paid Distribution Outside USPS Average No. Copies Each Issue During Preceding 12 of Single Issue Published 340; No. Copies of Single Is- Nearest to Filing Date: 0; (3) sue Published Nearest to Fil- Free or Nominal Rate Cop- ing Date: 340. ies Mailed at Other Classes Total Paid Print Copies (Line Through the USPS (e.g. 15c) + Paid Electronic Cop- First-Class Mail) Average No. Copies Each Issue Dur- ing Preceding 12 months: 0/ No. Copies of Single Issue Published Nearest to Filing Date: 0; (4) Free or Nominal ies (Line 16a), Av==r~oP- No. Copies Each Issue during Preceding 12 months: 2356; Copies of Single Issue Puo- lished Nearest to Filing Date: 2311. Rate the Mail (Carriers or other means) Average No. Copies Each Issue During Preced- ing 12 months: 60/No. Cop- ies of Single Issue Published Nearest to Filing Date: 60. e) Total Free or Nominal Rate Distribution (Sum of 15d (1), (2), (3), and (4) Average No. Copies Each Issue During Preceding 12 months: 80/ Distribution Outside Total Print Distribution (Line 15f) + Paid Electronic Cop- ies (Line 16a), No. Copies Each Issue during Preced- ing 12 months: 2436; Cop- ies of Single Issue Published Nearest to Filing Date: 2391 Percent Paid (Both Print & Electronic Copies) (16b di- vided by 16c x 100), Aver- age No. Copies Each Issue during Preceding 12 months: DePartment of Natural Re- sources (DNR) offers for lease at Sealed Bid Public Auction a tract of land con- taining 624 acres, more or less, described as All, Sec- tion 16, Township 6 North, Range 22 East, W.M Klicki- tat County. Bidders may pro- pose to develop from 137 to 230 acres to dryland agri- cultural crops, with undevel- oped acreage authorized for grazing. Lease covenants may be examined at the Klickitat County Courthouse in Goldendale, DNR South- east Region Office located at 713 Bowers Rd, Ellens- burg, WA 98926, or the of- rice of the Commissioner of Public Lands, Olympia, WA. Sealed Bid Auction will be tion for various agencies, the Washington State Com- including but not limited to, : munity Development Block Community Development Grant Program with federal Block Grant, ARRA funding, Transportation Improve- ment Board, Department of Transportation, Transporta- tion Enhancement Program through the Federal Surface Transportation Program, Recreation Conservation Of- fice, Department of Ecology, Department of Health, and Public Works Board. The following criteria will be used to evaluate firms: Amount of specialized ex- funds provided by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. As a result, cost plus percentage of construction cost con- tracts may not be allowed and a number of state and federal equal opportunity ac- tion requirements may apply to the selection process and conduct of the project. The City of Goldendale is an equal opportunity and perience in type of work' affirmative action employer required (20), availability Minority and women owned and capacity of the firm to firms are encouraged to sub- accomplish the work in the mit statements of qualifica- required time frame (20), .tion. qualifications of personnel (4418,4508) CLASSIFIEDS Announcements & Notices Sabbath Church/ FelJowshipMeetings in The Dalles Do you desire to follow Christ's example (and the example of the 1st Century church) as much as pos- sible? It was the practice of Jesus/Yeshua and the ear- ly church to observe the weekly Sabbath on the 7th day of the week. Once a month Sabbath meetings (hopefully more often as time goes on) are planned at The Dalles Senior Cen- ter in the Deschutes room the SECOND SABBATH (Saturday) of each month throughout 2018. For more info, contact Patrick or Heather at 541-296-6309 GOLDENDALE PREGNANCY RESOURCE CENTER Free pregnancy self-tests, pregnancy and parenting educatior7 and supplies, post-abortion support. Center Hours: Monday and Wednesday, 10:30 a.m.- 3:30 p.m. Tuesday noon - 5:00 p.m. 120 W. Allyn, 509-773- 5501. Nursing Assistant Training Hood River Care Center CLASS STARTS NOV. 12TH, 2018! Exciting chance to kick off career healthcare FOR FREE! Call 541-386-2688 or visit facebook for more infol AA in HOOD RIVER, meet- ing every Tuesday evening from 7-8pm @ St. Marks Episcopal Church, 11 th/Eu- gene, Hood River, OR. AA in MAUPIN (open), Maupin Community Church, 490 5th St Thurs- days @ 7 pm. AA in PARKDALE, meeting Sunday nights from 6-7pm, Parkdale Fire Dept 4895 Baseline Dr Parkdale, OR. AA in WAMIC (open): Tuesdays @ 7pm, NEW LOCATION! Molly B's @ 57740 Main St Tygh Val- ley, Oregon. AA MEETINGS TUESDAYS and FRIDAYS: 12 Noon, St. Joseph's Catholic Church, 240 NW Washington Street, White Salmon, WA THURSDAYS: 7 p.m. SUNDAYS: 8 p.m. Umpqua Bank, 73 NE Estes Avenue, White Salmon, WA Adult Grief Support Group in The Dalles 1st & 3rd Thursday of the month, 10:30-11:30 at the Senior Center, 1112 W. 9th St The Dalles. Please call 541-296-3228 for more in- formation. All are welcome. Adult Grief Support Grot :in RoOd Rilter 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month, 10:30-11:30 at Down Manor, 1950 Sterling Place, Hood River. Please call 541-387-6449 for more information. All are wel- come. AL ANON FAMILY GROUPS (support for family and friends of alcoholics) meets Mondays at noo~ New location: Riverside Community ChUrch 317 State St. Ruth Wells Room Tuesdays at 7pm St. Mark's 11th & Eugene Hood River AL-ANON in Hood River, Paths to Recovery meeting every Monday, noon-lpm @ 216 Cascade St Suite 26, Hood River, OR. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS 24 Hour Hot Line 1-833-423-3683 Mid Columbia Mtg. Info www, district14-, Alcoholicos Anonimos Reuniones Jueves 7:30 pm to 8:30 pm St. Paul's Episcopal Church 1805 Minnesota St. The Dalles OR 97058 CELEBRATE Recovery is in the Gorge! This i~s a 12 step Christ-centered re- covery group. Tuesday nights at Hood River Alli- ance Church. 2650 Mon- tello Ave Hood River, OR. 6:15 dinner, 7:00 large group. 541-308-5339. Thursday nights at Cove- nant Christian Church Community Church, 2630 E. 18th St The Dalles, OR. 541-980-3519. Come join us for meetings - Alcoholics Anon. Golden- dale meetings at the United Methodist Church; Men 8 p.m.; Wed 8 p.m.; Fri 8 p.m 109 E. Broadway. 1- 800-344-2666. DO YOU HAVE HURTS, habits, hang-ups? Attend CELEBRATE RECOVERY, a faith-based 12 step program, every Tuesday night at Hood River Alliance Church 2650 W. Montello (off Rand Rd). Dinner provided at 6:15 pm and large group meeting at 7:00 pm. Childcare is provided. For more info. call 541-436-0852 FAMILY Alzheimer's/De- mentia Support Group: family members and friends caring for individu- als with Alzheimer's dis- ease or a related dementia are invited to participate In our Dementia Support Group. Come and gain support and insight from others who are going thru ,~ or heve gone thru this jour- ney. Join us monthly in a caring environment to dis- cu~s your challenges and questions. Meeting held the thir~ Wednesday, every month, at 3:00 pm at Flag- Stone Senior Living at 3325 Columbia View Drive. For more information about our group, contact Karen Wil- son at 541-298-5656. All Welcome Gorge Grief Groups for Families (Children, Teens, and Caregivers). 1st & 3rd Thursday of the month, 6- 7pro (Oct.-April) at the PHTG offices, 1630 Woods Court. Please call 54t -387- 6449 for more information. All are welcome. GRIEF and Loss Group meets monthly at Klickitat Valley Hospital. Come and learn ways to heal and help others heal from loss. Sponsored by Klickitat Val- ley Hospice. Call 773-0380 for further information. GRIEFSHARE a special help seminar and support group for people experiencing grief and lOSS, will be held on Saturday mornings 10am - 12:00pro at Tucker Road Baptist Church 1455 Tucker Rd. Hood River, OR. Beginning Feb. 24th. For more information call the church at 541-386-1049 HAVEN: Weekly counsel- ing groups for victims of domestic/teen dating vio- lence or sexual assault. Bi- weekly educational classes given in Spanish and Eng- lish for domestic violence. Call Haven, 541-296-1662. MAC Lung Disease Sup- port Group: for details, please call 541-483-2253 or 541-805-5068. MEN'S Cancer Support Group: come listen to ex- perts discuss topics that NA MEETINGS Goldendale Father's House Fellowship 207 S. Klickitat Monday: 6-7pm Wednesday: 6-7pm Friday: 6-7pm Open to non-addicts. For more info, Call Kathy S.@ 360-850- 8832 or Matt S. @ 360-850-8840. NA MEETINGS ,Every Wednesday, 6:30 - 7:30 at the Casa Guadalupe House, 1603 Belmont, Hood River, Oregon. NAMPOregon National ALliance on Mental Illness NAMI is the largest education, support and advocacy organization on mental health in the nation. The Mission of NAMI Oregon is to improve the quality of life of persons with mental illness and of their families through support, education and advocacy. The Dalles. 1st Thursday of every month from 6 to 7:30 pm at One Community Health Center, 1040 Webber Street. Hood Riven 4th Saturday of every month from 10 to 11:30 am at Hood River Public Library, 502 State St. Any local questions call 541-478-3576 NAMI Oregon Support Line: 800-343-6264 NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS meeting-Tuesdays & Thursdays, from 7-8pm at Father's House Fellow- ship, 207 S. Klickitat. NARCOTICS Anonymous: Goldendale, 412 S. Co- lumbus, Tues. @ 6:30pm; Hood River, Hood River Memorial Hospital, Sun. and Thurs. @ 7:30pm. PARKINSON'S Support Group: 1st Wednesday of concern men and cancer, every month, 2pm @ Wa- Gain information and sup- . ter's Edge, 551 Lone Pine port from other men. This group meets the third Tuesday of each month at 12 pm i~ the Columbia Room at Celilo Cancer Center, 1800 E. 19th Street, The Dalles. For more information, call 541- 296-7207. MID-COLUMBIA PFLAG (Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays) Education and Sup- port Group: meets the 4th Wednesday of every month. For more info, call 541-298-8383 or 298- 8146. DEADLINE: MONDAY BY NOON Blvd 2nd floor. For more ihformation, please contact Chad @ 541-340-0142. Providence Hospice of the Gorge Children and Teens Grief Groups for families that have experienced the death of a parent or sibling. First and Third Thursdays 6-7 PM in Hood River. Pizza dinner and gas cards provided. Contact Gwen Thomas at 541-387-6449 to register. RECOVERING COUPLES ANONYMOUS Meets 2nd & 4th Sundays at 10 am. 216 Cascade St. Ste. 26 Hood River RIVERVIEW AI-Anon Fam- ily Group: Episcopal Church of St. PauL, 1805 Minnesota, Taylor Hall. Meets every Thursday, 12:30-1:30pm. This meet- ing is free and open to any- one in the community who is interested in attending. SOARING EAGLES Daily, Support, Grpups Money Management: 6pm Alcohol: 7pm Abortion: 8pm Narcotics: 9om 323 W. Dadanc, Golden- dale. Bring your own beverage. STRESSED?!? Experi- ence F:leiki the ancient art of relaxation and healing energy. Reiki Sharing Circle meets at MCMC at 7pm on the 3RD Monday of each month. For more info, call Gayle @ 541-397-0595 STROKE SURVIVORS SUPPORT GROUP Oregon Veterans Home 700 Veteran Drive The Dalles 3rd Thursday of the month 1:30pm-3pm Questions, 541-296-7441. T.O.ES. (Take Off Pounds Sensibly). Tuesdays 9 a.m. at Riverview Comm. Bank. 509,773-5301. T.O.P.S. (Take off Pounds Sensibly), Thursdays, 6 p.m. at Riverview Comm. Bank, 773-5411 TOPS OR #443 meets Thursday mornings, 8- 10am @ Zion Lutheran Church, main entrance, 10th and Union St The Dalles, OR. TOPS OR #942 meets at Gateway Presbyterian Church, The Dalles, Thurs- days, 5:3p-6:30pm. YOUNG Parents Support Group: ages 15-21 Tues- days @ 7pm, call Tess @ 541-298-5104. Volunteers GORGE LITERACY VOLUNTEER TRAINING Dec. 8th from 8am-12pm in room 1.204 at CGCC in Hood River, Gorge Literacy exists to provide free Dasic literacy instruction and support to adults in the CGCC service area enabling them to reach their goals and real- ize their potential in their family, work and commu- nity lives. Training will delve into the organization's mission, adult learning, tutor expec- tations, general learner profiles and potential tutor- ing opportunities. No tutor- ing expenence is neces- sary. Please RSVP with Matt Fitzpatrick at 541-506- 6042 or emaih Columbia Gorge Community Collage is an equal opportu- nity educator and employer. Like The Sentinel on Facebook FREE: queen-size memory MARKETPLACE foam mattress topper, used, 2.5-inches thick, freshly washed zip-off cov- $500 or Less er. FREE. 509-395-2587. (Trout Lake) 1994 DODGE Caravan/ Plymouth Voyager mini van bench seat. Two to choose from. $75. Patrick, 541- 298-2687. 32" SONY Bravia LCD TV, with stand, remote and cable. Like new, $125 cash. 541-352-3523. 4 STUDDED snow tires mounted on rims fit 2013 Ford Fusion, like new. $150 for the set. 541-296-9908. 60 VOLT new lawn mower, never used, kept covered, $300. 541-806-3590 The Dalles. 7 Sheets, 5/8" plywood, used for forms once. Good condition, $19 each. Call 509-773-5266. ANTIQUE desk w/chair, solid wood, 4 drawers each side, great condition $90. 541-806-1407 BIKE, vintage Schwinn, girl's "Little Chic", Stingray style. $75. 541-387-4752. BOW. Browning Com- pound with quiver, $100. 509-310-9587. (White Salmon) BOYS small Northface light weight insulated jacket. Blue. $20. 541-490-6113. CHROME running boards, off a 2016 Ram, $600 val- ue, like new, asking $150 ORe. 541-993-2641. DINING room table with 4 unmatching chairs. Great table for homework, sew- ing, crafts. $60 541-490- 1575. DINING room table with 6 chairs, $400. 541-965-2251 DRESSER with mirror & 6 drawers, wood. Also, matching headboard, good condition, $199 obo. 541- 806-1407. DUST COLLECTOR, fits on a 55 gallon barrel, Gen- eral Electric motor, 2HP, $75. 541-806-1803. ELECTRIC hospital bed. $500. 541-965-2251. EMPTY box from Apple computer, circa 1986, $100 ORe. Call or text 907-687- 3312, The Oalles. FIREPLACE screen, 46 11 2" x 29", with bi-fold glass doors, antique bronze col- or, $35. 541-806-1803. FIREPLACE heavy duty adjustable log grate, $20. 541-806-1803. FISH TANK, glass, 10 gal- lon, pump ana filter system, heater, hood lights, net, d~- cor items, $25. 541-387- 4752. FOUR new youth size NFL Denver Broncos parkas, 1 medium, 3 large. $25 each. Or $100 for all 541-399- 9317. FOUR new youth size NFL Denver Broncos parkas. 1 medium, 3 large, $25 each. Or $100 for all. 541-399- 9317. FOUR Prius winter tires on rims, excellent condition, $250 obo. 541-354-3021. FRIGIDAIRE Gallerywash- er & dryer laundry, $395. 54t -298-2887 FULL size metal office desk, 6 drawers, great con- dition includes adjustable chair. $100. 541-296-2861 GOLD GYM Stride Trainer 300 elliptical machine. Course & resisitance se- lections, heart rate. Code cond $70. 541-399-2107 GOLF Club set with bag, Wilson brand. $80. 541- 399-9317. GUN CABINET, 8 gun, locking, glass door with drawer, nice, $50 CASH. 509-493-3603. HALLOWEEN costume; Madame Butterfly, child's medium, good condition. $8. 541-386-1371. KIDS Neilpride wetsuit. 5.4 rail full suit. Size kids 10. Excellent condition. Used twice. $40. 541-490-6113. LG black and stainless glasstop range/stove/oven, $375. 541-298-2687 MENS 26 " Raleigh moun- tain bike, 21 speed, blue color, like new, $85. 541- 399-9317. MICROWAVE, 1000 watt, by Emerson, white, like new, works great, $65. 541-387-4752 MUD Guards, set of (4) new, fits 2014 - 2018 Toy- ota Carolle $40. 541-399- 9317 NIKKEN Queen-sized Ken- ~:opad and Kenkopillow. Hardly used. $150 for both 541-354-5822. Leave mes- sage. NINTENDO DS with case & 6 action games. $30 for everything. 541-386-1371. PIANO, FREEt Gilbert & Co. Upright, plays well, you haul away, 541-490-6091. PRINTER, Epson Stylus Photo 900, color, $125. 509-310-9587. (White Salmon) PRINTER. Pixma MX 330 with brand new cartridges, CD and instruction ~)ook. $25. 541-354-5822. PROPANE heater, All Pro, forced air, orange canister, 50,000-85,000 BTU, hose and attached regulator, like new, $!80. 541-387-4752. SMALL Sentry document safe, doesn't lock, useful for document fire protec- tion. $53. 541-298-2687. SNOW tires, (4) 225/65/ R17, good conditior7 $275. 541-399-7268 SNOW TIRES, set of 4, 185/70/14, good condition, $200. 541-399-7268. SOFA, fabric with grape leaf design, approximately 6-7 ft long, hide-a-bed, $300. 541-965-2251. SUZUKI Boulevard, 2012, 800CC Cruiser, 3500 miles, $3995. 541-298- 2687. SYLVANIA 26" flat screen TV with remotel Model LC260SSl. $100.541-298- 2687. TABLE top drill press, $50/ OBO. 541-340-0902. TAP Dancing shoes, size 1, Bloch brand. Like new. $15, 541-386-1371. TEA POTS, 6 or 5 cup, $10 each. 541-387-4752. TIRES: Schwab Mas- tercraft, (4) LT-235/75-15, snow tires mounted on 5- hole Ford F-150 wheels, very good condition, $150. 541-380-0689. (White Salmon) TOYOTA Stereo Receiver Radio. Fits a Corolla, an IM or a late model Scion car as well. New, still in box. $285. 541-399-9317. TV Stand, $150. 541-965-2251 TV, Samsung, Model LN55C650, 55-inch LCD, new in 2011, selling be- cause I up-sized, like new condition, everything oper- ates as new, includes wall mounting bracket, new price was $1000, asking $500. 509-395-3633 or 360-901-8631. (Trout Lake) UPRIGHT manual-defrost freezer. 70.5"Hx32"W, $195. 541-298-2687. VINTAGE Classic Trek 7000 aluminum frame mountain Dike, $125. 541- 298-2687. WANT to sell something m the Budget Classifieds sec- tion? If you're selling ONE item for $500 or less, we'll place your five-line a~ for free for one weekl See the $500 or Less Box for ex- clusions. Call one of our newspapers to place your ad: Hood River News 541-386-1234 The Dalles Chronicle 541-296-2141 White Salmon Enterpdse 509-493-2112 WHIRLPOOL clothes dry- er. 30 day warranty, can deliver (The Dalles area) and remove your old ma- chine.$185. 541-298- 2687. WHIRLPOOL regular agi- tator clothes wa.shing ma- chine, $175. Can deliver. 541-298-2687. ' ZENITH colored 21" TV with tubes $100. 541-965-2251. Apparel & Jewelry BOYS small Northface light weight insulated jacket. Blue. $20. 541-490:617 3. 32" SONY Bravia LCD TV, with stand, remote and cable. Like new, $125 cash. 541-352-3523. FRIGIDAIRE Gallerywash- er & dryer laundry, $395. 541-298-2687 LG black and stainless glasstop rangelstoveloven, $375. 541-298-2687 MICROWAVE, 1000 watt, by Emerson, white, like new, works great, $65. 541-387-4752 SYLVANIA 26" flat screen TV with remote! Model LC260SS1. $100.541-298- 2687.