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Even Scrooge would agree: The show must go on

By SUSAN ROMERSA Coast Weekend

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ickens describes the holidays as "a good time ­ a kind, forgiving, charitable, pleasant time ­ the only time like it in the long calendar of the year."

The River Theater's adaptation of "A Christmas Carol," Charles Dickens' masterpiece, directed by Edward James, brings to life all the well-known elements of this short story about Ebenezer Scrooge and the ghosts of Christmas past, present and future.

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Fiddler Jeffrey Reynolds (left) plays a rousing jig at Mrs. and Mr. Fezziwig's holiday fete (Susana Gladwin and Bob Goldberg) ­ shadows of a Christmas long past for the miserly Ebenezer Scrooge. "A Christmas Carol" runs through Dec. 16 at The River Theater.

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You'll rediscover the simple magic that theater can bring, as well as your holiday spirit, in the River Theater's staging of this Dickens classic. The vivid and realistic characters come to life in the imagination of a boy reading the book for the

very first time. Viewers experience the familiar tale of greed, redemption and the true spirit of giving. The costumes, designed by Susi Brown, are very well done and put you in the proper time frame in history. Jeffrey Reynolds, "The Fiddler," provides musical flair for the entire performance ­ and he and the cast appear in the theater's lobby to greet theatergoers at the end of the performance. In the opening scene, Jonathan (played by Tevan Goldberg) stomps in to do his homework. As he reads "A Christmas Carol," the characters come to life. From that point on, the characters tell the story. Scrooge (played by Jim Dott) is in his "counting house" on a Friday night. As people pass by and wish him "Merry

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Christmas," he is heard to say, "Every idiot who said `Merry Christmas' should be speared with a stick of holly to his heart." He says this to his nephew, Fred, one of his few remaining relatives, played good-naturedly by Ben Van Osdol. As he prepares to leave for the day, his clerk, Cratchit

(played by Ken Dickerson), who makes 15 shillings a week, on which he supports a wife and family, is caustically asked if he intends to take the "whole day off" on Christmas. And as well-wishing people (Solicitor Mrs. Fezziwig, played by Susana Gladwin) ask Scrooge Continued on Page 3B

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SUSAN ROMERSA -- Coast Weekend

Butterfield Cottage, a historic property owned by the Seaside Historical Society, transforms into a delectable gingerbread house for the holidays as it hosts the society's annual Gingerbread Tea.

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2 to 4 p.m. Saturdays, Dec. 8 and 15

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The Seaside Museum and Historical Society has laid a place for visitors to enjoy gingerbread spiced with a little history at its annual Gingerbread Tea, taking place from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday afternoons through Dec. 15.

The Seaside Historical Society serves up gingerbread with a slice of history

By SUSAN ROMERSA Coast Weekend

Butterfield Cottage 570 Necanicum Drive, Seaside Tickets $5 for adults, $3 for children age 12 and younger. Raffle tickets are available for a hand-fashioned quilt and gift certificates contributed by local merchants. Gingerbread houses are up for silent auction.

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t's starting to feel a lot like Christmas at Butterfield Cottage in Seaside, with antiques and decorations galore.

Visitors to the historic home will enjoy a variety of teas, homemade gingerbread and classical holiday music ­ all served up in a festive Victorian environment.

It's a 17-year tradition that has become popular with people wanting to relax for a while and take a break. As you enter the cottage, volunteer Diana Schafer greets visitors and takes the money for the event. Next to her desk is the quilt that will be raffled off at 4 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 15. Each table at the Saturday teas bears a gingerbread house, each one unique, which will be auctioned off at the same time as the quilt raffle. A Seth Thomas clock with a wreath around it sits on the wall above the tables. It was carried to the coast on the Oregon Trail. The clock still works ­ but the chime was disconnected when it interrupted the museum's board meetings every 15 minutes. The cozy kitchen downstairs adds warmth and atmosphere as people gather in the main room to enjoy the traditional tea and gingerbread treats. About 2:30 p.m. the first Saturday of the season, Kirkham's cell phone rang. His wife, Peggy, also a docent, informed him that because of the large crowd, they were running out of gingerbread! Volunteer baker Edyth Schwartz quickly mixed up another batch ­ and it was there in less than 45 minutes, freshly baked and still warm. Other volunteers rushed around providing guests with hot tea and hot chocolate. For that first tea, Mark Mathre played the harp. The calming sounds greeted visitors as they were served their tea. Jeffrey Reynolds will play the violin during the December events. While you get into the holiday spirit, Butterfield Cottage has a lot of history to offer as well. The cottage was Seaside's first seashore resort. It became a major tourist attraction of the Pacific Northwest by 1888. Horace Seely Butterfield, a prominent Portland jeweler, built the cottage in 1893 as a pleasant place to get away in the summer. It was originally located at 21 N. Columbia St., across from today's Norma's Ocean Diner. Its original home site was built and located so close to the ocean in the early days that seawater sloshed up to the attic windows at times, according to museum docent Roy Kirkham. The Butterfields' daughter, Genevieve, had her bedroom in the attic. Kirkham also points out that in the early 1900s, Butterfield was somewhat of a visionary, as he was one of the first to build vaca-

SUSAN ROMERSA -- Coast Weekend

Mark Mathre provided holiday music for the first Gingerbread Tea of the season. Violinist Jeffrey Reynolds will play favorites during the December teas.

SUSAN ROMERSA -- Coast Weekend

tion homes near the Prom. The historic cottage was given to the Seaside Museum and Historical Society Dec. 5, 1984, and it was moved to its present location at 570 Necanicum Drive. Today, it has been interpretively restored to be used as a museum depicting a beach cottage and rooming house of 1912. Although the house was moved completely empty, with renovations, additions, wallpaper and period furniture, it has been restored to reflect some of its original history. The very low ceilings are made of beadboard, and there is a children's room, a lady's bedroom complete with bridal gown and a gentleman's bedroom upstairs, each with appropriate decorations. As a docent who tells people the stories and history of the house, Kirkham often has children visit. When he points out the sary, is still on view, and continues through Dec. 31. RiverSea Gallery is located at 1160 Commercial St. For more information, call (503) 325-1270. During Astoria's Second Saturday Art Walk, Shanahan Gallery will feature artwork created by local artists and priced affordably for display during the holiday season. The gallery will hold a reception from 5 to 9 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 8. Kathy Moberg, well-known for her beautiful pastel work, will participate by providing holidaythemed work pastels. Shawn O'malley will put the pencils to work and create O'malley-esque holiday-themed drawings, and Roy Western will show photographic winter landscapes and other images of the Oregon Coast. Also featured, Vicki Moore of Yakima, Wash., has collected hundreds of Mr. and Mrs. Claus figures and is now making a portion of them available for display and sale to the public. Shanahan Gallery

One young visitor dressed in her holiday best to enjoy hot cider and gingerbread at the first Gingerbread Tea of the season, the weekend after Thanksgiving.

paper dolls in the child's room, they have no idea what they are. He also says that the pantry in the kitchen has a multitude of old jars and appliances, and when he asks someone to point out the electric toaster, again they usually draw a blank because it looks nothing like the modern-day toaster. Gingerbread Tea at Butterfield Cottage is the major annual fundraiser for the Seaside Museum and Historical Society, a nonprofit educational institution with the mission to collect, preserve and interpret materials illustrative of the history of Seaside and surrounding areas. Comforts All." Ruppel is the 2007 holiday artist for Target Stores. The retailers' instore holiday displays, gift cards, bags, catalogs and even commercials for this season were all the creative work of Ruppel. Lunar Boy Gallery is located at 1133 Commercial St. For more information, call Deborah at (503) 325-1566 or visit www.lunarboygallery.com Paint 'N the Town Red will feature Pirate Santa and holiday fun at the gallery for Second Saturday Art Walk, from 5 to 8 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 8. Visitors can sit on Santa's lap and get a holiday photo. New Don Nisbett Christmas ornaments and hand-painted wine glasses will be featured as well as "Ooh La La" handmade stockings by Penelope Wanderluster. Grog and refreshments will be served. Paint 'N the Town Red is located at 1271 Commercial St. For more information, call (503) 3254988.

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RiverSea Gallery continues its 10th anniversary celebration with a Jewelry Open House and Holiday Reception from 5 to 8 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 8, during the Second Saturday Art Walk. David Crabtree will play classical and jazz guitar, holiday treats will be served and good cheer will abound. Many of the gallery's jewelry designers have contributed new pieces to this event, including works in gemstones with gold or silver, and unusual jewelry displaying a creative use of alternative materials. For this night only, designers Tita Heaton, Carol Greiwe and Arolyn Whitney of Portland will be on hand to chat with jewelry lovers, and to present some of their newest designs. The gallery has many holiday gifts created by regional and national artists, including works in art glass, ceramics, wood, metal and fiber, along with original artwork in all mediums. "The Art of Ten," an invitational group show featuring 10by-10-inch artwork in honor of RiverSea Gallery's 10th anniver-

will display and offer for sale dozens of her enormous collection, through Christmas. Shanahan Gallery is located at 1296 Commercial St. For more information, call (503) 338-0100 or visit www.shanahangallery.com. Bringing the art to the art of giving, Lunar Boy Gallery presents an exhibit featuring original new works by six regional artists, sized and priced for holiday giving. "Creature Comforts All" will open with an artists' reception from 5 to 9 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 8, during the Second Saturday Art Walk. All six artists will be on hand to discuss, enjoy and celebrate. Portland-based artist Amy Ruppel organized the show and selected the other participating artists, many of them her personal favorites and friends. The lineup includes Jill Bliss, Trish Grantham, Evan B. Harris, Bishop Lennon, Ruppel and Matte Stephens, bringing an eclectic mix of paintings and mixed media works inspired by the chosen theme, "Creature

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`A Christmas Carol'

Continued from Page 1B to make a contribution to the poor and destitute, he responds: "I will give nothing. I wish to be left alone. I cannot afford to make idle people merry." As Scrooge sleeps at his home, he is visited by Jacob Marley, his dead partner (played by Bob Goldberg), the ghost of Christmas Past. Scrooge then revisits his own past ­ and the enthusiastic cast and fiddler accompany him, dramatically showing him it's not too late to change his ways. At one point, there is a dance scene, with couples do-si-do-ing and the fiddler merrily playing away. The audience responded with loud applause. Again Scrooge sinks into a deep sleep, only to be awakened by a laughing and chuckling "Ghost of Christmas Present" (Alex Batchelder). They, of course, visit the Cratchit household, where there is no Christmas dinner, and their son, Tim, is pronounced ill. It is up to Scrooge to change his future ­ and that, of course, is the moral of the whole story. Playing at the River Theater through Dec. 16, make it a point to see this welldone holiday play.

Magic, lights, peace and mystery: holiday home tours

By JULIA MABRY Coast Weekend

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hree holiday home tours in the region are inviting visitors to admire their creations.

Decorations range from "beyond belief" to "I don't go nuts," as one innkeeper says, to whatever the guests decide: Boreas Inn in Long Beach, Wash., invites guests of the inn to decorate the entire house however they choose.

As varied as the decorations are the homes and inns on display. After visiting an 1896 Queen Anne Victorian in Astoria's Uniontown and a brand new 5,000square-foot residence in Ilwaco, Wash., it will be hard to come home to the meager string of lights in the window and the lonely candle on the table. But maybe the decorators will inspire the rest of us to try a little harder. Who are they? There are only three ways to find out: 1. Boys and Girls Club Christmas Home Tour (to benefit the Boys and Girls Club of the Long Beach Peninsula) Music, tasty treats and creative holiday décor are part of this tour through four

The home of Bette and Sid Snyder in Long Beach, Wash., is decorated with a traditional Swedish Christmas theme.

ALEX PAJUNAS The Daily Astorian

to 5 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 9. Sweeping ocean views, Swedish-style décor and a gallery of vintage family photos are part of this tour. Admission is $20 per person and tickets can be purchased at Deux Chapeaux in Long Beach, (360) 6428660, at the Baker Bay Gallery in Ilwaco and at Sweet Williams in Ocean Park. Tickets at the door are $25. For more information, call Penny Treat at (360) 642-0522. 2. Bed & Breakfast Holiday Open House (to benefit local area food banks) Homemade treats will be presented by innkeepers of four Bed & Breakfasts

on the Long Beach Peninsula from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 8 and 9. Check on how the B&B guests did with their holiday decorations on this tour. Each inn requests a donation of canned or other nonperishable food from open house visitors. Participating Peninsula B&B Association locations this year include The Shelburne Inn, 4415 Pacific Way, Seaview; A Rendezvous Place Bed & Breakfast, 11610 California Avenue S., and Boreas Bed & Breakfast Inn, 607 Ocean Beach Blvd. N. both in Long Beach; and Caswell's On the Bay, 25204 Sandridge Road in Ocean Park. 3. Lower Columbia Preservation Society's Holiday Home Tour (to benefit the preservation, protection, and promotion of historic houses and buildings in the lower Columbia region) Six historic homes in Astoria are on display from 4 to 7 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 15. Homemade cookies and holiday music accompany the self-guided tour. Admission is $15 per person; children older than 8 are welcome. Tickets may be purchased in Astoria at Lucy's Books, Victorian Lace and RiverSea Gallery; in Gearhart at Pacific Crest Cottage; and in Cannon Beach at the Cannon Beach Historical Society. For additional information, call (503) 325-3981 or (503) 325-1410. for the child to decorate in the arts and crafts area, plus free admission to the museum. The Tillamook Community Chorus has canceled Sunday's performance of "Amahl and the Night Visitors" at the Hoffman Center Annex in Manzanita. Monday's performance in Tillamook is still expected to go on as planned.

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Clatsop Animal Assistance Inc. has postponed its annual Holiday Open House Fundraiser to Saturday, Dec. 15, at the Clatsop County Animal Shelter, 1315 S.W. 19th St., Warrenton. Visitors can meet animals who are up for adoption, and can also bring their own pets and/or children to have a picture taken with Santa.

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"AMAHL AND THE NIGHT VISITORS" St. John's Church, 602 Laurel Ave., Tillamook, (503) 842-2242 The Tillamook Community Chorus performs the one-act opera at 7 p.m. Monday, Dec. 10. Tickets are $10 for adults and youth or $5 for children ages 12 and younger, at the door. "A CHRISTMAS CAROL" The River Theater 230 W. Marine Drive, (503) 325-7487, www.rivertheater.com This adaptation of the Charles Dickens masterpiece continues at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Dec. 7 and 8, and 2 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 9. Tickets are $12 or $14 Fridays and Saturdays, and $9 or $10 Thursdays and Sundays. The play runs through Dec. 16. "THE CHRISTMAS SPIRIT" River City School of Arts and Crafts 127 S.W. Lake St., Ilwaco, Wash., (360) 642-8667 The Peninsula Players present "The Christmas Spirit" at 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Dec. 7 and 8 and 2 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 9. The play is directed and produced by Laurie Carter and has adult content and language. Tickets are $10. "THE SOUND OF MUSIC" The Coaster Theatre Playhouse 108 N. Hemlock St., Cannon Beach, (503) 436-1242 www.coastertheatre.com The beloved musical continues at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Dec. 7 and 8, and a matinee performance at 3 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 9. Tickets are $14, $16 or $18. The play runs through Dec. 16.

be available. The market is now indoors and open five days a week, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursdays through Mondays. REMEMBERING ALOUD Raymond Timberland Library 507 Duryea St., Raymond, Wash., (360) 942-2408, www.trlib.org Join others from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 11, for "The Family Doctor and Cure-Alls," and exchange stories about medicine. For adults and teens. SECOND SATURDAY Downtown Astoria From 5 to 8 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 8, join in while Astoria galleries and merchants stay open late with celebrations including snacks, wine, and entertainment.

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AFTER-SCHOOL ADVENTURES Ocean Park Timberland Library 1308 256th Place, Ocean Park, Wash. (360) 665-4184 www.trlib.org Join Susan Carney from 3:30 to 4 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 12, for the best in new books and a hands-on craft project. For schoolage children. AFTER-SCHOOL CRAFTS Raymond Timberland Library 507 Duryea St., Raymond, Wash., (360) 942-2408, www.trlib.org All ages can learn how to make a Christmas tree ornament to take home. The activity is from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 12. FAMILY NIGHT: COWPOKES South Bend Timberland Library First Street and Pacific Avenue, South Bend, Wash. (360) 875-5532, www.trlib.org Create your own brand and lasso a cow. Enjoy tall tales and cowpoke tunes and eat some cowpoke cooking, from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 11, for all ages. Participants may wear pajamas. MAIL MYSELF TO YOU! Ocean Park Timberland Library 1308 256th Place, Ocean Park, Wash., (360) 665-4184 www.trlib.org You can mail yourself to a friend or grandparent you haven't been able to visit. Create a flat replica of yourself to mail and hear the story of Flat Stanley's adventures, from 7 to 7:45 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 11, for all ages.

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ARTISTS' OPEN STUDIO TOUR Andrew Young Building 249 14th St., Astoria The Andrew Young Building is open once a year to the public from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 8. Meet the artists, tour the studios, have refreshments and buy original artworks in time for the holidays. G ART GALLERY GRAND OPENING G Art Gallery 306 Garibaldi Ave., Garibaldi, (503) 322-4385 The gallery has extended its grand opening with a reception from 5 to 9 p.m. Friday, Dec. 7. Food, beverages and live music will be offered, along with the opportunity to meet many of the featured artists. PHIL HARWELL ARTIST'S RECEPTION Waterfront Artists' Market 157 Howerton Way, Ilwaco, Wash., (360) 244-1514 The indoor market will introduce artist Phil Harwell at an open house from 3 to 5 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 9. Refreshments will

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· FRIDAY, DEC. 28 · 7:30PM: Barney Perrine will play all genres of rock and

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GEORGE WINSTON

Saturday, Jan. 19, 2008 8 pm Grammy Award winning solo pianist, best known for his melodic rural folk style.

THIRD THURSDAY COMEDY SERIES: 7:30 pm

GROUCHO FEB. 21

An Evening with Groucho

February 21, 2008 Featuring award-winning actor, director, playwright Frank Ferrante in his PBS acclaimed portrayal of the legendary Groucho Marx.

An Evening with Mark Twain, March 20, 2008

MARK TWAIN MAR. 20

Featuring Michael Mauldin's brilliant portrayal of Mark Twain.

A Fine and Pleasant Misery, April 17, 2008

Tim Behrens portrays more than 12 different characters from Patrick McManus' best selling book.

IN THE MOOD

TIM BEHRENS APR. 17

Sunday, April 6, 2008 4 pm National Tour of the retro 1940's musical featuring the In The Mood Singers and Dancers.

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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7, 2007

Silence won't solve any problems

Dear Annie: My daughter and her husband recently separated. My daughter said simply that she wanted to "find herself," which seemed totally out of character. My husband and I were hard on her, telling her she should make more of an effort to work things out. She suffered in silence for months until she finally broke down and confessed that her husband has been abusing steroids. She hoped he'd stop if she walked out, but he can't see that he has a problem. She stills loves him but said she can never trust him again. We live in a small town, and my son-in-law's family and everyone else thinks my daughter is terrible for leaving. She doesn't want anyone to know the real reason because she doesn't want people to think ill of him. It's been tough because his mother has been very mean, but my daughter refuses to let me tell his family the truth. Please warn people of the signs of steroid abuse. My daughter became suspicious when her husband got very moody and had no interest in sex. -- Sad Mom Dear Sad Mom: Many athletes use steroids in an attempt to gain strength and look more physically developed. However, there are serious side effects to steroid

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Kathy Mitchell and Marcy Sugar

abuse, and silence may not be the best way to help your son-in-law. You don't have to broadcast the details, but please encourage your daughter to talk to his parents and enlist their help. Surely they want what's best for their son. Here are some facts from the National Institutes of Health (nida.nih.gov/ Infofacts/Steroids.html): The major side effects from abusing anabolic steroids can include liver tumors and cancer, jaundice, fluid retention and high blood pressure. Other side effects include kidney tumors, severe acne and trembling. In addition, men can suffer from shrinking of the testicles, reduced sperm count, infertility, baldness and development of breasts. Women can develop increased facial hair, male-pattern baldness, changes in or cessation of the menstrual cycle and a deepened voice. People who inject anabolic steroids run the added risk of con-

tracting or transmitting HIV/AIDS or hepatitis. Scientific research also shows that aggression and other psychiatric side effects may result from abuse of anabolic steroids. Researchers report that extreme mood swings also can occur, including manic-like symptoms leading to violence. Depression often is seen when the drugs are stopped and may contribute to dependence. Researchers report also that users may suffer from paranoid jealousy, extreme irritability, delusions and impaired judgment stemming from feelings of invincibility. Dear Annie: I am a senior widower and have been wearing my wedding band on my right hand. I always thought this was proper, but I recently heard otherwise. Annie, I was married to my love for 43 years and want to remember her by wearing my ring. Am I correct in wearing it on my right hand? I really don't want to take it off. -- Need Guidance in Los Angeles Dear L.A.: Those who continue to wear their wedding rings on their left hands give the impression that they are still married. But you may wear your ring wherever you like. There are no rules.

CREATORS SYNDICATE INC.

By Holiday Mathis, Creators Syndicate Inc.

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Tomorrow's horoscope

As Mars continues retrograding through Cancer, going after what we want is neither straight nor direct ­ just like the zigzag sidesteps of the vulnerable crab. What if we're not taken seriously? What if we don't get what we aim for? Saturn offers solid guidance, sharpening our ability to clearly identify self-created obstacles. SATURDAY'S BIRTHDAY (Dec. 8): Many people have ideas, but this year, you act on them and turn your flashes of inspiration into gold. An emotional growth spurt changes your lifestyle over the next seven weeks. May features an inheritance. Put it in the bank! A June career change is followed by a romantic change. Libra and Taurus adore you. Your lucky numbers are: 5, 23, 26, 31, 11. ARIES (March 21-April 19): Take a strong stance. Subtle moves will only be lost in the shuffle. You will be asked what you think. Seize the opportunity to arrest everyone's attention when it's your turn. TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Your sacrifices are worthwhile. But part of the idea of sacrifice is that you do it without really knowing what the result will be. Giving without an expectation of return is divine. GEMINI (May 21-June 21): Some groups teach one another to be judgmental, and there's no shortage of scapegoats. Resolve to be different and go against ingrained tendencies. As the Irish say, "He who gossips with you, gossips of you." CANCER (June 22-July 22): Time to re-think the living situation. Roommate you can't stand? Kick `em to the curb. House too small? Find something more accommodating. Options are numerous. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): A recent change has people looking at you in a different way. And different is good. Others are generally more receptive to your ideas and are likely to seek your guidance. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): Love releases life, gives it breathing room and a dance floor. Find reasons to love, even though there have been disappointments and downfalls along the way. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23): You are grateful for the hills and valleys you've had to forge through. After all, a person who hasn't faced calamity has no need

to be brave. Your wisdom helps an Aries. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21): It's not like you to be passive, and now you may be the only one standing up for what's right. Tonight, a partner is less needy. Paradoxically, you're more willing to give. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): Your productivity ebbs and flows. Give that tedious task a more fascinating name, and you'll be able to attack it in the spirit of fun. Aquarius and Leo help you. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): The big lessons of the day are patience and perseverance. Of course you'd rather be learning lessons like how to spend all the money that seems to fall down from the sky wherever you walk. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): Your voicemail is littered with messages of support, all of which will be a pleasure to return. It strikes you that kindness is a powerful, beautiful, inspiring force. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20): Since you are a bit unsure of your rights and the legality of a situation is still a bit foggy, put off signing anything. Tonight, you are as open and receptive as a sponge.

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THE DAILY ASTORIAN · FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7, 2007

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CLASSIFIED INDEX

ANNOUNCEMENTS Care Center....................................................055 Lost & Found...................................................035 Personals.........................................................040 Professional Services.....................................050 EMPLOYMENT Babysitting/Childcare...................................060 Help Wanted..................................................070 Preschool........................................................065 Work Wanted................................................080 INSTRUCTION Music Lessons.................................................090 Schools...........................................................095 FINANCIAL Business/Sales Opportunities.......................105 Investment........................................................110 Money To Lend / Mortgage.................120-125 REAL ESTATE For Sale...................................................150-190 Homes Wanted..............................................195 Rentals....................................................205-270 Wanted To Rent.............................................280 RV, Trailer, Boat Storage.......................285-290 MISCELLANEOUS Antiques..........................................................365 Appliances......................................................350 Computers......................................................305 Tools & Heavy Equipment.............................310 Farm Equipment..............................................315 Logging Equipment........................................320 Fuel Wood......................................................340 Furniture/Household Goods.........................360 Garage Sales ................................................380 Good Things To Eat.......................................440 Logs Wanted..................................................325 Misc. For Sale................................................375 Misc. Wanted.................................................400 Musical Instruments........................................410 Sporting Goods/Hunting..............................435 ANIMALS/LIVESTOCK Animal Boarding............................................460 Feed- Hay-Grain............................................470 Animals - Livestock.................................475-495 Marine....................................................500-530 AUTOMOTIVE Automotive.............................................540-565

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ABORTION? WHY? CONSIDER ADOPTION Warm, secure, loving home available for newborn baby. (800)606-4411. A940 FREE DATING Service membership. Spread the word!!! www.coastalconnectiononline. com Carrier Coordinator The Daily Astorian is looking for a serviceoriented person to round out our circulation team. This position ensures the outstanding delivery of the newspaper through independent newspaper carriers of all ages. You'll also help the carriers excel through training programs and sales promotions. Hours are usually 9:30 am to 6:30 pm, Monday through Friday, working both in the office and in the field with carriers. If you are outgoing and a great coordinator, you owe it to yourself to explore this position. Base wage plus incentives and benefits, including vacation leave, insurance options and a 401(k)/profit share retirement plan. Send resume and letter of interest to East Oregonian Publishing Co., PO Box 2048, Salem, OR 97308-2048, by fax to (503)371-2935 or e-mail [email protected] ASST MOTEL MGMT TEAM Must be bondable. Please apply in person at 322 S. Holladay, Seaside, OR. CRM Metal Fabrication Co. Responsible Position Requirements: * Customer Sales & Service Experience * Mechanical Knowledge * Inventory control *Computer experience Benefits & EOE Apply in person 1725 N Roosevelt Dr Seaside, Or 97138

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A V O N WANTS YOU! Buy or sell f/t or p/t Up to 50% off all your gifts for xmas. Start now! Call Joy (503)738-3839. Bagels by the Sea is now hiring for a Barista, Full time position. Please apply in person at 210 S. Holladay in Seaside. Caregiver needed for AM and PM weekends. Possible weekday backup. $10/hr. (503)861-4371 email [email protected] CIRCULATION ASSISTANT The Daily Astorian has a rare opening for a Circulation Assistant. The successful candidate will possess excellent communication and customer service skills, a "can-do" attitude, be a self-starter, team player, and be able to work and perform with minimal supervision. This position requires a valid driver's license with a good driving record. Sales experience will be helpful, but is not mandatory. Hours will be from 2:00 pm to 7:00 pm each day. There is a possibility for future advancement from this position. due to the nature of this position, the successful candidate must pass a criminal history background check. Send resume and letter of interest to East Oregonian Publishing Co., PO Box 2048, Salem, OR 97308-2048, by fax to (503)371-2935 or e-mail [email protected] EOE Construction Superintendent Position Available. Government Projects. Experience Required. Please fax resume to (801)487-4069

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Carpenters with drivers license and tools.Wages DOE. (503)738-0178 Apply in person: 322 S Holladay. Escape Lodging Company is looking for "Escape Artists" to join our team. Our culture honors hard work, honesty, a sense of humor and individuality. At its core is a commitment to hiring for The Hospitality Attitude. In addition to offering a very competitive wage, Escape Lodging offers many benefits to our employees. These benefits include paid vacation, medical, profit sharing/401K and more. Positions currently available include: *Front Office Specialist *Night Auditor Positions are available at the Ocean Lodge. Please apply in person at Escape Lodging (3287 S. Hemlock, Cannon Beach). If you have any questions, please contact Debbie at [email protected] com or call (503)4362480 www.escapelodging.com

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Check out the TOP ADS on our web page at www.dailyastorian.com Lubrication Technician; No experience needed. $9.00/hr to $10.00/hr to start + training + benefits. Apply in person at Oil Can Henry's, 1109 S. Holladay, Seaside MAINTENANCE WORKERS with driver's licenses needed in Seaside area FT, wages DOE, (503)738-0178 Apply in person 322 S Holladay.

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Ad Designer: Join the pre-press team at the Daily Astorian in Astoria, Oregon, and create memorable ads for customers. This full time position will require you to work with multiple people and deadlines in a fast paced environment. Must be very accurate and detailoriented. Experience in graphics software such as Multi-Ad Creator, Adobe Photoshop and Quark Express is required. Competitive wage plus benefits. Send resume and letter of interest to East

*NO WEEKEND DELIVERY* *NO COLLECTIONS* Check to see if a route is available in your neighborhood! Call Steve at The Daily Astorian (503)325-3211 x 225

CUSTOMER SERVICE/ CLASSIFIED REPRESENTATIVE Put your customer service, sales and computer skills to work by becoming a team member in the classified advertising department at the Daily Astorian newspaper in Astoria, Ore. You'll take incoming advertising calls, call customers for ad renewals, maintain existing accounts and prospect for new business by cold-calling. Must be persistent and able to handle rejection, plus type and spell accurately. Part time morning position available. Wage plus commissions and benefits. Send resume and letter of interest to East Oregonian Publishing Co., PO Box 2048, Salem, OR 97308-2048, by fax to (503)371-2935 or e-mail [email protected] Jessie's Ilwaco Fish Co. now accepting applications for the crab season. Please apply in person at the Port of Ilwaco. DIETARY WAIT STAFF We are looking for responsible individuals for Wait Staff in our Dining Room. Shift may include days, early evenings and/or weekends. We offer paid training, excellent benefits and a competitive wage. Individuals who enjoy seniors are invited to apply in person at Suzanne Elise Assisted Living, 101 Forest Drive, Seaside (503)738-0307

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Child Care Details Sought The Daily Astorian news team is researching a series on child care on the North Coast. It will feature details of what's available and what is lacking. We are eager to hear about residents' experiences and opinions. Please e-mail reporter Kara Hansen at [email protected] om or mail details plus your daytime phone number to her at The Daily Astorian, P.O. Box 210, Astoria OR, 97103

CHARGE NURSE; FULL TIME * $2000.00 SIGN ON BONUS!!! * 6 pm- 6 am shift * Our Residents need your care and compassion. CHARGE NURSE; PART TIME $1000.00 SIGN ON BONUS!!! 6 am ­ 6 pm shift CNA's! Call today about our new Wage scale. Coastal Family Health Center is looking to fill Medical Assistant positions for our expanding practice. Part time & full time hours available. Previous experience in a multiprovider clinic. Bilingual skills valuable. Please submit resume to: Director of Clinical Operations, 2055 Exchange St, # 210 Astoria, Oregon 97103. [email protected] (EOE). FULL & PART TIME clothing sales people needed for our Seaside & Cannon Beach stores. Please apply in person at Ter Har's, 27 Broadway in Seaside. Dependable-Neat-Clean P/T Housekeeper for well established bed and breakfast. Some flexibility of hours. (503)325-7777 or (503)325-5555

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Massage therapy since 1979, Oregon license #1147. Gift certificates. Ann Baldwin (503)7911858 Oregon Licensed CNA available for Home Health Care Services. Call for information (503)8619771.

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Childcare Provider needed in my Seaside home. Contact Sarah for details (503)791-3703

We are looking to expand our sales force!

Looking for an opportunity to shine? Look no further. The Daily Astorian is looking to expand our sales force. Positions focused on sales, daily customer interactions, developing new relationships and partnering with current advertisers. Full-time position, base plus commission. Previous sales experience preferred. Excellent customer service and communication skills required. Valid drivers license required. For consideration, stop by The Daily Astorian in Astoria or Seaside and complete an application for employment.

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BANKRUPTCY $200 17 Years Experience. (503)440-4026 / (503)4400281

Management & Training Corp. is seeking qualified candidates for the following positions at our vocational training school for youth, ages 16-24: *ACADEMIC INSTRUCTOR (Essentials of English) *RESIDENTIAL ADVISOR, ONCALL *ACADEMIC & VOCATIONAL SUBSTITUTE INSTRUCTOR *VEHICLE OPERATOR, ONCALL *SEAMANSHIP INSTRUCTOR- on training vessels Ironwood & Iuka. Requires Coast Guard license for Designated Duty Engineer for steam or motor vessels of at least 2000 horse power. STCW 95 Basic Safety Training. Teaching/Instructor exp. pref'd. For information or to apply for this position only, contact Captain Pat Albers at [email protected] s.org or call (503)3384977. Employment application & position description(s) are available at www.mtctrains.com. Click on Employment and select the Tongue Point location. Applications are also available at Tongue Point Job Corps, 37573 Old Hwy 30, Astoria. A separate application is required for each position. Equal Opportunity/Drug Free Workplace Employer. MTC Values Diversity!

Oregonian Publishing Co., PO Box 2048, Salem, OR 97308-2048, by fax to 503-371-2935 or e-mail [email protected] Driver Local, Part Time, Weekend Only, Hostler Position openings. Call Today! 1(800)547-9169 Ext. 3217 or Ext 3019 Tired of Running OTR Be Home every night! CDL + One Year OTR Preferred 1(800)547-9169 Ext. 3217 May Trucking Company OREGON DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION Survey Technician 2 Astoria (Junior Inspector/Surveyor Engineering Specialist 2) ODOT has an immediate opening for an Inspector/Surveyor position to contribute to the success of transportation projects in the north Oregon Coast area. If you have experience inspecting infrastructure construction and/or performing survey work utilizing sophisticated survey equipment, then apply now! Salary is $2,457 $3,679/month + excellent benefits. For details visit www.odotjobs.com or call (866) ODOT-JOB (TTY 503-986-3854 for the hearing impaired) for Announcement #OCDT7486 & application. Closes 11:59 PM, 12/19/07. ODOT is an AA/EEO Employer, committed to building workforce diversity.

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Live in assistant Innkeeper couple Beach motel and espresso bar. Nonsmoking. (360)6422613 Mail / Storeroom Clerk Ocean Beach Hospital and Medical Clinics are looking for a positive outgoing person to perform inventory control, receive stock and fill orders, distribute supplies to hospital and clinics, process incoming and outgoing mail and use the computer automated inventory records system. Experienced preferred. Excellent communication and customer service skills required. To apply you may print application from our website: www.oceanbeachhospita l.net OCEAN BEACH HOSPITAL PO Box H, Ilwaco, WA 98624 Fax: 360.642.6309 or email: [email protected] h hospital.net LIVE OUTSIDE ASTORIA? To place your ad in the Daily Astorian Classifieds, simply dial:

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Nestled between the Pacific Ocean and the Coast Mountain Range, Seaside offers the best of small-town living and outdoor recreation, yet is located just an hour away from the city of Portland. Current Opportunities: Manager- Plant Operations- Full time Nurse Practitioner Walk-in- Clinic- Full time RN Quality Manager- Full time Manager- MedSurg/OB- Full time RN Clinical Coord.- Med/Surg- Full time RN- Surgical Services- Full time RN-ICU/ED Float- Full time (multiple positions) RN- Emergency Svcs- Full time RN- Med/Surg- On call RN Staff Nurse- Med/Surg- On call ED Tech/ CNA- On call CNA- ICU- On call CNA/ HUC -Med/Surg-Full time, part time, On call (multiple positions) CNA-Long Term Care- Full time, On call (multiple positions) ER Tech- Emergency Svcs- Full time Home Health Aide- On call Medical Assistant- Full time, On call (multiple positions) Lab/Phlebotomist Asst- On call (multiple positions) Radiology/Mammography Tech- Full time Occupational Therapist-On call Respiratory Therapist- Full time Physical Therapist- On call Speech Therapist- On call Pharmacy Tech- Part time Ultrasound Tech- On call Floor Care/Housekeeper- On call (multiple positions) Registrar- Access Services- On call Registered Dietitian- Nutrition Services- Part time Providence offers unparalleled career opportunities and exceptional work environments. For more information, please contact: Providence Seaside Hospital Human Resources 725 S Wahanna Road Seaside, OR 97138 (503) 717-7170 For information about all our current career opportunities and to apply online, please visit www.providence.org/careers Providence Health & Services is Equal Opportunity Employer Providence Health & Services is an award-winning, not-forprofit organization. As the largest health care system and second largest private employer in Oregon, Providence offers unparalleled career opportunities and exceptional work environments. For more information, please contact Providence Seaside Hospital Human Resources, 725 S Wahanna Road, Seaside, OR 97138 (503) 717-7170

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Bell Buoy Crab Co. is taking applications for General Seafood workers and experienced Crab Shakers. Apply in person at the Foot of Valley St. in Chinook, WA. (360)777-8272 Oregon licensed plumbers needed. Top pay, new construction. (503)440-8415 Pacific Co. Health Dept. is seeking RN to work full time Mon ­ Fri at our LongBeach site. Bachelors degree preferred. Salary $ 18.45-$23.75 per hr DUQ plus full benefits. Submit cover letter & resume by 5p.m. 12/17/07 to PCHD PO Box 26, South Bend WA 98586 or obtain application on line @ www.co.pacific.wa.us. EOE Pacific Coast Seafood is taking applications for General Seafood Workers. Please apply in person at 450 NE Skipanon Drive in Warrenton Part time Delivery Driver needed, must be 21 years old with clean driving record. Apply in person at Fultanos Pizza in Astoria. Part-time childrens ministry director for Crossroads Community Church in Svensen, OR. Please send resumes to Crossroads, 40618 Old Hwy 30, Astoria, Or 97103. For more information call (503)4586846 Premium Ad Placement HOT ADS at www.dailyastorian.com You could be there too for only $20.00 a week! Call classifieds at (503)325-3211 x 200 or 232 (800)781-3211 x 200 or 232

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Astoria dental office seeks dental assistant trainee. No experience necessary applicants should be high energy, motivated, reliable and a team player. Receive on the job training to become a Certified Dental Assistant. All training is on site. We pay for required immunizations, uniforms, tuition and exam fees. $9.00 hour to start with merit raises thereafter. Call (503)338-6000 or send resume to Tyack Dental Group, 433 30th street. Astoria, Oregon 97103

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ELECTRICIAN Electrical journeymen and trainees wanted for large electrical contractor. Commercial and residential work available. Must have current certification or trainee card and pass pre-employment drug screen. Competitive pay & benefits including paid vacations, 401k, med/dent insurance & more. Call Joe @ (800)859-3930. Triangle Towing Inc. is hiring drivers. Full time & part time positions avail. Applicants should be hard working, clean, responsible, and work well with people. Current DL & ins. a must. Should have cln. driving rec. All apps. subject to drug screen. Will Train! For app. call 1(800)874-0234 TRUCK DRIVER JC Benson, Astoria is seeking a full or part time driver to drive one of their well maintained KW T-800 loggers. No driver maintenance required. Pay DOE, health insurance & vacation. Call Jim at (503)7912106 TYACK DENTAL GROUP needs part time DENTAL HYGIENIST one or two days per week to help us with our rapidly growing practice. Join our progressive, fun and quality oriented team. $42.00 per hour Tyack Dental Group 433 30th St Astoria, Oregon (503)338-6000 WATER QUALITY SUPERVISOR ­ The City of Astoria is seeking a Water Quality Supervisor. $3252 $3953/month plus excellent benefits. High school graduation or equivalency; three years experience in the operation of water treatment facilities; possess or ability to obtain a Water Treatment Certificate Level II, Oregon certificate for Backflow Prevention Tester, Crossconnection Control Specialist, a valid CDL with hazardous materials and minimum Class B with air brakes endorsement. Residency requirement. Criminal background check and drug screen post-job offer. Posting closes 5:00 PM, Monday, December 17, 2007. For more information go to w. EOE. Western Oregon Waste seeks a collection driver for Seaside/ Astoria. CDL B req'd. $14/hr, temp, possible FT w/benefits. Info & apply at: Astoria Employment Dept. Job #536608. Open until filled EEO/AAP

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*Brush Clearing *Lawns *Shrubs *Hauling *Gutter & Storm Cleanup

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EASY QUALIFYING real estate equity loans. To qualify, good equity is all you need. We buy contracts. 1(800)922-4422 Oregon Land Mortgage

160 LOTS & ACREAGE OREGON

WANTED TO BUY newer home in Gearhart or surrounding area. If you have a home with equity and want to trade that equity for a 6/10 acre lot with custom floor plans, lot is west of Hwy 101 on Highland Ln (Del Ray Bch), 1/2 mile from the ocean. Give us a call (503)717-0958 (503)4404893

(503)325-2445 * Free Estimates Dave McDonald Plumbing Sewer drain cleaning. License #144866. (503)738-7046 FINNISH HANDYMAN Openings for your last min. Holiday Home Repairs. Call now 7914644 CCB# 179161. Bonded/Insured NOTICE: Oregon Landscape Contractors Law (ORS 671) requires all businesses that advertise landscape contracting services be licensed with the Landscape Contractors Board. This 4-digit number assures the business has a bond, insurance and an associated individual contractor who has fulfilled the testing and experience requirements for licensure. For your protection call (503)986-6561 or use our web site: www.1cb.state.or.us to check license status before contracting with the business. Persons doing landscape maintenance do not require a LCB license. Oregon state law requires anyone who contracts for construction work to be licensed with the Construction Contractors Board. An active license means the contractor is bonded and insured. Verify the contractor's CCB license through the CCB Consumer Website

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210 APARTMENTS, UNFURNISHED OREGON

A GOOD NEIGHBORHOOD Cavalier Court Apartments 1 & 2 bdrm, starting at $525/mo All new energy efficient windows & doors, appliances, W/S/G paid. NOHA. (503)325-1584 www.cavaliercourtapts.com se habla espanol Astoria: 1 bedroom near upper town, carpets, drapes, appliances, river view, no pets. $450 month. $300 deposit. References required. (503)738-8078 Astoria: Lrg river view, 1 bd, claw foot tub, w/s/g pd. W/D on site $550, 1st, last & dep. No pets. 637 16th St. (503)791-5025 ASTORIA: Well located and well maintained 1 & 2 bedroom units available in nice complexes. Very clean, new floor coverings & paint, covered parking & storage lockers. Laundry on premises or in unit. Nice views. No smoking, no pets. Wecoma Partners, Ltd. (503)325-2280 / (888)3252280 BAYSHORE APARTMENTS ON YOUNGS RIVER Great bay and river views. One, Two & Three Bedroom Apartment/homes $525 - $725 month (503)325-1749 1400 W Marine Drive, Astoria. HAMMOND Lg. 2 bdrm, 2 bath units. $550, $300 deposit. Covered parking. No pets, please Columbia Pointe Apartments. 500 Pacific Drive, Hammond. (503)861-2455

210 APARTMENTS, UNFURNISHED OREGON

RENTER'S HOTLINE CCROA represents over 3,000 rental units in Clatsop County. If you are in need of rental housing, call our hotline at (503)717-4654. We look forward to serving you! Seaside/Gearhart: 1 & 2 bdrm, utilities paid, avail NOW. Weekly or monthly rates call for details. Furnished or unfurnished. Handicap unit avail. $650mo. (503)7380178/(503)738-0187 Seaside: 2 bdrm, 2 blks to beach. 8 blks north of Convention Cntr. 822 Necanicum Dr. $595$675. All electric, DW, fridge, stove. (503)7382871 WARRENTON: 1 bdrm and studios, light and bright, remodeled interiors, some pets, $440/month, includes utilities. Low move in fees. NOHA okay. (503)861-0148

150 HOMES FOR SALE OREGON

PUBLISHER'S NOTICE

EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY

The Chinook Observer in Long Beach, Washington is looking for a freelance news reporter. This person will cover a variety of Pacific County assignments, including evening meetings of some local boards and other stories that will require making calls or interviewing people in person during business hours. Little if any feature writing will be required. This position will be based out of the selected freelancer's home, so the availability of a phone, computer and car are mandatory. Compensation will vary depending on productivity; we expect monthly pay to average $500. Someone who proves themselves in this position will be first in line for a full-time reporting job if one becomes available. Please provide a resume and writing sample to the Chinook Observer, P.O. Box 485, Long Beach, WA 98631 or email them to [email protected] com. No phone calls please.

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All real estate advertising in this newspaper is subject to the Fair Housing Act which makes it illegal to advertise "Any preference, limitation or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status, or national origin, or an intention to make any such preference, limitation or discrimination." Familial status includes children under the age of 18 living with parents or legal custodians; pregnant women and people securing custody of children under 18. This newspaper will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which is in violation of the law. Our readers are hereby informed that all dwellings advertised in this newspaper are available on an equal opportunity basis. To complain of discrimination call HUD at 1-800-669-9777. The toll free telephone number for the hearing impaired is 1-800-9279275. Astoria Colonial Revival 1890. Ad on craigslist. 100% restored, best location & river view, new foundation, electrical, plumbing, paint & carpet 4 br, 4 ba. $463K by owner. (800)780-1949 Duplex for sale. 1480/84 7th st. Astoria $209,000. Excellent condition, new exterior, no maintenance needed here! Good income producer or a home you can have a renter help you pay for. Call (503)717-2524 Great Starter Home /Rental Property - 3bd, 2bath 1600+ Sq ft in Warrenton next to schools and park $155,000 Call (503)4404733 or (503)440-4981 MUST SELL River front: Astoria, new luxury Condo. $289,900. Cullaby Lake: Newer, lg, 3 bd, 2 ba, sky lts, vaults. $279,900. (503) 738-2744 new houes, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 1475 square feet, tile entry, wood floors, gas fireplace, garage, deck, large fenced yard, RV parking, 861 Ave K, Seaside. 2.5% courtesy to realtors. $275,000. (503)738-9610 or (503)440-1429 *Sweet Deal for your* Home sweet Home Needing to sell your house call Classifieds at (503)325-3211 x 200 or 232 (503)781-3211 x 200 or 232

161 LOTS & ACREAGE WASHINGTON

KLIPSAN BEACH, WASHINGTON LAND Two parcels: Parcel "A" 7-acres, Can short-plat. Half old-growth, Half replanted 70s. Parcel "B" 60-acres est. Replanted 70's Owner financing. (360)665-2339

180 MANUFACTURED HOMES OREGON

DEAL FELL THROUGH Stuck w/$75,000 Silvercrest. Sell at huge dis. Ready for Immediate del. ccb#175506. (360)7720447 (Will entertain all offers) www.mhunlimited.com

211 APARTMENTS, UNFURNISHED WASHINGTON

Accepting Applications Long Beach Washington

Subsidized Housing Income Restrictions

Seniors, Disabled and/or Handicapped.

185 COMMERCIAL PROPERTY OREGON

ASTORIA: C4 zoned, corner location, 4200 sq. ft. of usable space. (503)3257777 or (503)440-9527

Non-Smoking Building. (360) 642-4658

215 APARTMENTS, FURNISHED OREGON

A classic, secure building. Studios, quiet, near town. NOHA. $475 & up + dep. The Franklin, 1432 Franklin. (503) 325-4764 Seaside/Gearhart: 1 & 2 bdrm, utilities paid, avail NOW. Weekly or monthly rates call for details. furnished or unfurnished, Handicap unit avail. $750mo. (503)73800178/(503)738-0187 Seaside: 1 bedroom, available now thru June 30. Fully furnished, all utilities paid, $725/mo. Close to beach and downtown. No pets. 436 S. Downing. (503)7387367

200 MOBILE HOMES OREGON

Warrenton: 2 bdrm, 1 bath, mobile home, located in a clean, quiet senior park. $11,500. Call Mike Ducham (360)601-3108

95 SCHOOLS & EDUCATION

IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS about a Business or School Advertised, we advise you to call: The Consumer Hotline in Salem at (503)378-4320, 9am - 1pm, MondayFriday or in Portland at (503)229-5576.

EMERALD HEIGHTS APARTMENTS

THE LONG BEACH POLICE DEPARTMENT

RN/LPN- Day shift- Full time RN- Evening shift- Full time Sign- on bonus and relocation bonus available- competitive pay and benefits. Please call Janette Buchanan or fax your resume to: Ocean View Convalescent Center 211 Pioneer Road West Long Beach, WA 98631 Tel: (360)642-3123 Fax: (360)642-3171 Equal Opportunity Employer is accepting applications the purposes of establishing a hiring list for the position of

205 CONDOS FOR RENT OREGON

Warrenton: Very Nice and Like New! Spacious townhome in small, private cul-de-sac neighborhood! Huge living area with fireplace, two master suites with jet tub & walk-in closets, den, 2.5 baths, vaulted ceiling, skylight, fully equipped kitchen, indoor laundry room, and abundant storage. Large yard, covered patio and garage with automatic opener. No Smoking. $1,065/mo plus deposits. Wecoma Partners, Ltd. (503)325-2280 / (888)3252280

Entry-level Patrol Officer.

Starting Pay is approx. $3,000/month plus medical, dental and vision & retirement benefits.

Affordable Place to Call Home

RENT INCLUDES WATER, GAS, ELECTRICITY,

GARBAGE

100 EMPLOYMENT INFORMATION

ATTENTION READERS Readers respond to mail/phone order ads at their own risk. If in doubt about a particular offer, check with the Better Business Bureau or U. S. Postal Service before sending any money. The Daily Astorian ASSUMES NO LIABILITY FOR MAIL ORDER ADVERTISERS.

Request for applications can be made by calling (360)642-2911. Applications must be received by January 1, 2008.

Test dates will be on January 25th & 26th.

220 PLEXES OREGON

Astoria: 3 bdrm, 1 bath, ground floor unit, no step entry, D/W, W/D hk-ups, off street parking. $755/ mo + deps. No smoking/ pets. Call (503)325-8722 Astoria: 811 Franklin, newer remodeled, 3 bedroom, 1 1.2 bath, gas heat, W/D, new appliances. $950 month. Pets negotiable. Available 12/20/07. (503)325-5531 Country living at its' best. Beautiful 3 bedroom, 2 bath duplex on Lewis and Clark River. Fabulous views from living room and master room deck. Carpeted throughout, A/C, garage and gas fireplace, Available Jan. 1st. $850 mo. first, last & $300 cleaning deposit. (503)325-5621 No pets & no smoking. Seaside 2 blocks to beach/town. 1 bedroom plex/4 room studio available now. $599.00 mo. 811 South Columbia. Call (503) 810-5472. Trustee OR real estate broker. No pets/smoking.

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210 APARTMENTS, UNFURNISHED OREGON

Easom Property Mgmt Inc. (503)325-5678 or (866)3255678 Find these Apartments at: www.easomproperty.com ASTORIA: 1 bdrm Range, Fridge incl; Coinop lndry on site. $595 mo., 1st, Last, Deps & Fees (FALB01-B) ASTORIA: 2 bdrm, 1 bath, Range Fridge Incl. W/D hk-ups. Close to downtown. $625 mo., 1st, Last, Deps & Fees

(HORN02-1)

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151 HOMES FOR SALE WASHINGTON

FSBO: Naselle, $230,000, 4 bed, 1.5 bth, 2 + gar., 1.3 acre. Exc. locations at 38 Whealdon Rd. Newly remodeled interior & new septic. (360)870-5345

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155 CONDOMINIUMS OREGON

Seaside Condos 1bd/1ba, $795/mo, w/s/g pd, completetly remodeled, For pictures go to www.villasonbroadway.c om 2bd/1ba, $895/mo, w/s/g pd, completetly remodeled, For pictures go to www.villasonbroadway.c om and riverwalkatseaside.co m 3bd/2ba, $995/mo, w/s/g pd, completetly remodeled, For pictures go to www.villasonbroadway.c om and riverwalkatseaside.co m

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120 MONEY TO LEND

NOTICE TO CONSUMERS The Federal Trade Commission prohibits telemarketers from asking for or receiving payment before they deliver credit repair services, advance fee loans and credit, and recovery services. If you are asked to render payment before receiving any of the preceding services, please contact the Federal Trade Commission at: 1-877-382-4357

ASTORIA: Studio with River view in Union Town area 4 plex. Coin-op lndry on site. Small additional storage area. $525 mo, 1st, last, deps & fees. (BERN01-3) ASTORIA: 2 bdrm, 1 bath, no stairs, River View. Range, fridge, D/W incl., W/D hk-ups. $695 mo., 1st, last, deps & fees (BENE01) ASTORIA: Remodeled studio, 1 bath, range, microwave, fridge incl. Granite countertops, new tile floors in kitchen & bath. $550 mo., 1st, last, deps & fees 51; ASK ABOUT FREE RENT OFFER WITH 1 YEAR LEASE (BDG02) GEARHART: 1 bdrm, range, fridge, dishwasher & built-in Microwave. Coin-op lndry on site. $595 mo., 1st, last, deps & fees

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GEARHART; 3 bdrm, 1 bath, spacious, fireplace. Range, fridge, DW incl. W/D hk-ups. $875 mo., 1st, last, deps & fees. (FALB03-6)

All Properties are NonSmoking

160 LOTS & ACREAGE OREGON

1.22 acre lot in Lewis & Clark, with water meter installed, standard septic, permit paid for until Aug. `08, Mtn. and valley views. $105,000. (503)338-7415

1 Bedroom AVAILABLE

Energy Efficient, w/ patio or deck

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220 PLEXES OREGON

2 bedroom, 1 bath, carports, all appliances. $685 + deposits. Available Dec. 1st. (503)791-0754 Seaside Plexes 2bd/1ba, $575-$595/mo., w/s/g pd. 2bd/2ba, $750/mo., w/s/g pd.

Beach Property Management, Inc.

230 HOUSES, UNFURNISHED OREGON

Seaside: 2 bdrm, 1 bath, clean, close to beach and downtown. $700/mo. No pets. 436 S. Downing. (503)738-7367 Seaside: newer home, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, garage, close to Outlet Center. $1100 month plus utilities. (503)7380178 1bd/1ba, cottage, $500525/mo. 2bd/1ba, house $800$900/mo. 2bd/1ba + den, $1200/mo. close to beach, partial ocean view 4bd/2ba, $1200/mo.,

Beach Property Management, Inc. (503)738-9068

260 COMMERCIAL RENTAL OREGON

Warrenton Commercial workshop/warehouse space, heated/finished 1500 sqft, overhead door, office and bath. drive by 2395 SE Dolphin, in the building behind Platt Electric and to the right of Coastal Plumbing. $750 month call (541)961-5650

375 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE

FINNISH HANDYMAN Openings for your last min. Holiday Home Repairs. Call now 7914644 CCB# 179161. Bonded/Insured Leclerc weaving loom 6 foot pedals, with patterns, manual, thread, oak weaving bench, & drawer. $375. (503)861-2316. Medical & Dental benefits. Save up to 80%. Leading provider. $39.95/month.1(800)359 -9646 Tea house - B&B - X-mas gift? Pfaltzgraff dinner wear service for 8. Tea rose pattern & canister set & many additional serving pieces. $250 (503)2988494 Walnut Antique Dining Room Table/6-chairs $250 Troy-Built Wood-Chipper Like new. 10hp $550 Bike Rack (4-bikes) 2"receiver Home-(360)642-7774 Work-(360)642-4753

485 PETS & SUPPLIES

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565 4-WHEEL DRIVE VEHICLES

`04 GMC 4x4 Sierra, 48k miles, leather heated seats, loaded with matching seats. $21,500 OBO (503)325-7801 `77 Toyota FJ40 Landcruiser. Runs good. (503) 458-6825 or (503) 298-1457 `85 Dodge Ramcharger 4x4, 360, runs & drives good, 150K, $3500. OBO. Also `77 Dodge Motorhome shell, 360, completely gutted, good project or use for parts. First $250. cash. (503)861-0687 or (503)298-1165

LEGAL NOTICES

AB1464 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE OR OREGON FOR THE COUNTY OF CLATSOP NOTICE TO INTERESTED PERSON Case No. P07-103 In the Matter of the Estate of, EDWARD CHARLES LEWIS, Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Deanna Lewis has been appointed Personal Representative of the above entitled estate. All persons having claims against the estate are required to present them, with vouchers attached, to the Personal Representative in care of Heather Reynolds, Attorney, at P.O. Box 145 (800 Exchange Street, Suite 330), Astoria, OR 97103, within four months after the date of the first publication of this notice, or the claims may be barred. All person whose rights may be affected by the proceedings may obtain additional information from the records of the court, the Personal representative, or the attorney for the Personal Representative, Heather Reynolds. Date of first publication: Thursday, November 23rd, 2007. Publication dates: November 23rd, 30th & December 7th, 2007.

LEGAL NOTICES

AB1466 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE OR OREGON FOR THE COUNTY OF CLATSOP NOTICE TO INTERESTED PERSON Case No. 07-090 In the Matter of the Estate of, LILLIAN C. HERMANSON, Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undesigned has been appointed Personal Representative. All persons having claims against the estate are required to present them, with vouchers attached, to the undersigned personal representative,ROSE AVERY, in care of DAN VAN THIEL, Attorney at Law, NO. 10-6th St, Suite 213, P.O. Box 688, Astoria, OR 97103, within four months after the date of the first publication of this notice, or the claims may be barred. All person whose rights may be affected by the proceedings may obtain additional information from the records of the court, the personal representative, or the lawyers for the personal representative, DAN VAN THIEL. Date of first publication: Thursday, November 23rd, 2007. Publication dates: November 23rd, 30th & December 7th, 2007.

IN SEASIDE

has everything to make your pets happy and healthy.

COME VISIT US!! 725 Ave. J (503) 738-5752 Corner Of Ave. J & Hwy. 101

(503)738-9068 Seaside: 2 bdrm units w/garage View, gas heat $695 & up Astoria: 2 bdrm, w/view and large studio w/shop $625 & up Seaside: NEW 2 bdrm, garage, w/all utilities paid $1,200

Applicant screen, leases and deposits required. No smoking/pets

261 COMMERCIAL RENTAL WASHINGTON

PRIME COMMERCIAL RETAIL SPACE IN LONG BEACH, WA 2,100 sq.ft All-or-part. Great Parking Kitchen Area ADA restrooms Fenced backyard All on one level. $1.50-to-$2.00/per sq.ft. Call Leslie @ Pacific Realty (800)349-5446 or (360)-244-0643

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Small Animal Cages Bird Cages and Supplies Wild Bird Feeders and Supplies Dog and Cat Supplies Aquariums/Reptile Supplies Newman's Own Organic Dog Food

Woody's Wabbits

Behind the Logger Restaurant

in Knappa · 458-6003

CPS MANAGEMENT CO. (503)738-5488 or (888)916-RENT Seaside: 3 bdrm, 2 bath. D/W & all appls, gas frplc, W/D incld'd. Very nice unit in great location. No pets. $895/mo + dep. (503)7383029

Victorian house on historical registry with Columbia River view, 3 bedroom, 1 1/4 bath, 1380 square feet, full basement, 2 car garage, pristine condition. No smoking, no pets, no exceptions. Gardner included. $1150 month. (503)298-0935

Pet sitting services. Your pet is happier at home. Astoria-Seaside $15$20/visit. Ref's avail. Call Diane @ (503) 502-4430

570 RVS & TRAVEL TRAILERS

`04 Monaco Cayman 38 foot, 315 HP Cummings diesel, three slides, 11.5k miles, many extras, extended warranty, campground memberships, sacrifice $128,000. (503)738-8269 NEW PARK MODELS 12-feet wide by Skyline and Fleetwood Toutle River RV Resort in Castle Rock has models on display now! Great for recreational lots, in-laws or guest house. Our Seabreeze model features a 10-ft covered front porch and is fully-loaded for $38,995. It even has soverign plank floors. Other models from $20,995 include full tape-andtexture interior and Hardy-plank siding. Monday-thru-Friday. 8am-4:30pm Saturday-Sunday by Appointment. (360)274-8373 or [email protected]

495 HORSES & TACK

5 year Arab Gelding green broke, 60 + hours of training. $1700. For more infor call Tonya at (503)861-1151

230 HOUSES, UNFURNISHED OREGON

Easom Property Mgmt, Inc. (503)325-5678 or (866)3255678 Find these Houses at: www.easomproperty.co m ASTORIA: 2 bdrm, 2 bath. River View, large rooms, basement. Range, fridge incl. W/D hk-ups. $875 mo., 1st, last, deps & fees

(MCNA01)

231 HOUSES, UNFURNISHED WASHINGTON

285 RV/TRAILER SPACE OREGON

RV SPACES available to SUB-CONTRACTORS working in the area. (503)458-5188 or (503)298-9802 Seaside RV spaces. Daily $15, weekly, $90 and monthly $350. (503)4400747

380 GARAGE SALES 500 BOATS FOR OREGON SALE

Going Out of Business Blow Out Sale · BLESS YOUR HEART · 210 Broadway, Seaside (503)717-8866 Last Day: Dec. 10th: Furniture, fixtures, Beanie Babies, cards, jewelry, purses and lamps.

`75 Apollo, 26 feet, cabin, bath, bed, fridge, stove, engine 302 V8, seen at west in Mooring Basin #B56 $9500. (503)3258427 or (503)325-1342

ASTORIA: 2 bdrm, 1 bath, hardwood floors, woodstove, sun room, deck, full basement, carport. $795 mo., 1st, last, deps & fees.

(KONO01)

Ilwaco lake view home, very good ngrhd, 4 bdrm, 2 1/2 bath, huge deck and solid granite counter tops. $1200 month. (503)267-3536. Riverview home: $1200/mo 4bdrm, 3500 sq ft, room for livestock. Available 12/1. (360)244-9305

286 RV/TRAILER SPACE WASHINGTON ASTORIA

SAVE $$$ RV Spaces. Monthly & Daily rates inclds: util., cable, Wi Fi. Stay 5 mo. get the 6 mo free (360)642-3253 Long Bch

520 COML. FISHING BOAT/EQUIP.

Bristol Bay Drift Permit For Sale, Asking $87,000. Contact Corey (360) 666-2529

Beautiful Christmas decor, like new from Portland's Street of Dreams Home. Sale one day only. 45 W. Grand Ave. SAT. at 9 am, Dec. 8th.

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ASTORIA: Furnished Studio Condo at Cannery Lofts, beautifully appointed with brand new top of the line appliances, furniture & décor. Ready to move in! Bamboo floors, private deck, river & bridge view. $1,500 mo., 1st, last, deps & fees.

(RMA01)

235 HOUSES, FURNISHED OREGON

1bd/1ba condo in Astoria, $1600/mo, w/s/g/gas pd, all new appl. 1bd/1ba condo in Gearhart, peek-a-view of ocean, pool access, wkly or monthly 3+bd, 2ba, Cannon Beach $1100/mo, 3bd/2ba, house in Seaside, close to town, $1200/mo, tenant pays util or $1400/mo, util incl.

Beach Property Management, Inc. (503)738-9068

287 RV/TRAILER SPACE RENTALS

SUNSET LAKE RESORT RV SPACES FOR RENT On lake, 2 blks from the ocean, restroom/showers, laundry, grocery store. (503)861-1760

WARRENTON

Camp Rilea Flea Market

WILL BE CANCELED THIS WEEKEND Sat. 12/08 and Sun. 12/09 Stay tuned for next market date (503)325-0779/(503)8611862

535 MOTORCYCLES/AT VS

`00 Yamaha moped. Good condition, runs good, blue, $2000 OBO (503)791-9493

503-325-3211

8 am - 6 pm or leave a message anytime or e-mail us: [email protected]

590 AUTOMOBILES

`00 VW Diesel Beetle, 144K miles, exc.cond., 6 disc CD AM/FM cassette, black interior, heated seats, power windows & doors, key less entry & 5 spd. $7000 OBO (503)3257801 `01 Kia Spectra hatchback, 80,000miles. Auto, a/c, AM/FM CD player, clean & in good cond. $4500. (360)642-7750

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ASTORIA: Spacious 3 bdrm, 2 bath in Alderbrook, Range, fridge, d/w incl., W/D hkups. encl. sun porch, tons of storage space, gas fireplace, lg. covered deck, garden shed, lg. fenced yard. $1,250 mo., 1st, last, deps & fees. (TAY02) ASTORIA: 3 bdrm, 1 bath in Jeffers Gardens. 1 car garage. Range, Fridge incl. W/D hk-ups/ $795 mo., 1st, last, deps & fees (LARS02) ASTORIA: 3 bdrm, 2 bath, river view, small garage, bsmt., Range & fridge incl. W/D hk-ups. $1,150 mo., 1st, last, deps & fees (MOUN06) SEASIDE: 2 bdrm, 2 bath Condo in quiet complex. Newly refurbished, river view, 1 car garage, all appliances incl., gas fireplace, near hospital, no pets. $1,500 mo., 1st, last, deps & fees.

(SWAN20) All Properties are NonSmoking

340 FUEL & WOOD 400 MISCELLANEOUS WANTED

NOTICE TO CONSUMERS Oregon Firewood Law requires advertisements quote a price and also express quantity in units of a cord or fractional part of a cord. Ads must also identify the species of wood and whether the wood is unseasoned (green) or dry. WANTED: LUMBER/ LADDER RACK in good condition for full-size pickup.

540 AUTO PARTS, ACCESSORIES

`74 Chev Blazer, no engine, parts rig, $500 OBO (503)338-6114 Cash for scrap metal. Catalytic converters, copper or brass, aluminum, stainless steel, unwanted autos. (503)717-3133

595 VANS

`05 Saturn Relay mini van, 4x4, traction control, rear ultra sound, DVD and power everything. $12,000 (503)458-7053 or (503)338-8518

Easom Property Mgmt Inc. (503)325-5678 or (866)3255678 Find these Apartments at: www.easomproperty.com ASTORIA: 3 bdrm, 2 bath River View, gas fireplace, Jacuzzi tub, hot tub & more! FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED! Range, fridge, d/w, w/d incl. $1,450 mo., 1st, last, deps & fees

(CULS01)

(360)642-5575

360 FURNITURE & HH GOODS

AUCTION BARN IN SEASIDE Restocked, see what is used. 805 Ave S Tuesday- Saturday,10-5 EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO OUTFIT YOUR HOUSE: Accessories, lamps, pictures, pots and pans, dishes, towels, and bed linens. Used, new, factory-second and antique furniture. If you haven't been in, you'll be surprised. We have a clean, organized secondhand store. TOOLS! BAY TRADER, 10555 Sandridge Rd., Long Beach. (360)642-2664. OPEN EVERY DAY. _____________________ __ MATTRESS SETS, rebuilt from $140/set. Also frames and headboards in all sizes. BAY TRADER, 10555 Sandridge Rd., Long Beach. (360)642-8945.

405 CHRISTMAS TREES

CHOOSE -N- CUT TREE FARM "Offers the Prettiest U-Cut and the Freshest PreCut trees in the County." Nordman's-NoblesGrands OPEN DAILY 9am - 5pm Nov. 24th to Dec.16th 86955 Youngs River Rd. (Go 9 mi-Hwy 202, take 1st right past Olney Store. Follow signs 1 mi to Youngs River Rd.)

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ASTORIA ­ 1bdrm, 1 bath RIVER VIEW, 1 car garage. $895 mo., 1st, last, deps & fees.

(LUKE01) All Properties are NonSmoking

Holiday Happenings · Having a holiday bazaar? Wha · Selling christmas trees or wreaths? $ $ savin t a · Anything else? gs! Advertise it in The Daily Astorian for 4 lines Classifieds today. Let everyone know

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ASTORIA: 2 bdrm, 1 bath + office/den, W/D in bsmt, deck, off-st. parking, quiet ngbrhd. Avail. 12/10/07. $875.00 + dep. & fee. No pets/smoking. (503) 3257029 Astoria: cozy one bedroom with deck and back yard, fireplace, W/D hookup, no dogs. $550 mo. with year lease. B. Dalton Property Management (503)8612509 Astoria: Cute 2 bed, 1 bath cottage style house. Beautiful, secluded landscape. $1000 month. Call (503)325-7885 Astoria: exceptional house for an exceptional tenant. 3-4 bdrm, 3 bath. Furnished or not. Chef's kitchen, private guest quarters and magnificent view. Minimum 3 months lease $1850/mo + $1850 security deposit. Astoria Coast, Inc. (503)325-9093 Astoria: River view, 4 bd, home, 2 1/2 bth, appliances. $1200 month + deposit. No pets. 376 Alameda (503)325-9167 Astoria: Very nice 3 bdrm, wood floors, all gas, deck, & carport, central loc., nice neighborhood. $900 547 Bond (503)338-9153 Gearhart: 2 bd, 1 ba, W/D, dining rm, gas/wood heat, carport, no pets/smking. Private. $900 mo. + dep. (503)738-7797

240 MOBILE HOME RENTALS OREGON

SUNSET LAKE RESORT Travel trailers for rent month to month, includes W/S/G. Permanent RV spaces available, 2 blocks from the ocean, camping also available on the lake. Call (503)861-1760. Specials!

IN SEASIDE

3'-9' "Select Cut" Douglas, Grand & Noble Firs

Fresh Cut Greens Wreaths · Poinsettias

and 5 days* Call the Classified Department at (503)325-3211, (800)781-3211

* Your ad is placed in The Daily Astorian and online at www.dailyastorian.com · Promotion ends Dec. 24th, 2007 · Must be holiday related · 4 line min. · 5 day min.

725 Ave. J 738-5752 Corner Of Ave. J & Hwy 101

250 ROOMS & ROOMMATES OREGON

Sleeping rooms, private entry and private bath $145 a week and up. (503)738-0187

Oja's U-Cut Christmas trees. Noble, Grands, Wreaths. 4m from Miles Crossing on Youngs River Rd. Daily 9 - 4 U-cut Christmas trees and a gift shop. Open Friday, Saturday and Sunday only, 9am to 4pm. NobleRidge Farm, 89426 Green Mountain Rd. Big sale up to 50% off on gifts for everybody. (503)3259720. U-Cut Nobles, Grands & Dougs. All sizes, $20. Wreaths & gifts. Aldrich Pt. Dairy (503)458-6442 Day hrs -Closed Sun. mornings

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365 ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES

PACIFIC COAST ANTIQUE MALL 47th & Highway 101 Seaview CLOSING/ HOLIDAY SALE Great bargains Open Daily 10am-5pm thru 12/15/07

260 COMMERCIAL RENTAL OREGON

*At 210 Broadway near turn around in Seaside! Unique court yard, best location, about 1400 sq. ft. 1(503)699-9288 2 downtown Astoria spaces for lease 1600 sq ft. & 800 sq/ft. For more information call (503)3259582 / (503)440-3718 9000 square foot warehouse, downtown Astoria. (503)325-7494 Astoria: First 3 months rents free! 2 spaces available, appx. 500 sqft each. 1154 Commercial st, in basement Plaza, (503)810-0718 ASTORIA: Office space, 800-2500 sf, off street prking, high traffic counts. SEASIDE: Class A office space, off street prking, 200- 3000 sf. SEASIDE: retail space on Broadway with parking lot, 1900-4000 sf. Please call for more information (503)3387270 Commercial Space Office & shop space, call for details.

Beach Property Management, Inc. (503)738-9068

375 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE

"FLIGHT OF THE BUMBLEBEE A century with the Columbia River Packers Association" Columbia River Packers Association was a dominant economic & cultural force on the NW Coast for generations. Now, leading historians Irene Martin and the late Roger Tetlow have written the history of CPRA. A lavishly illustrated 250-page 8x10 hard-bound book.

435 SPORTING GOODS/HUNTING

New wood burning tent stoves. 1 stove 11" high x 14" wide x 24" long. Operating height 20 1/4" to 24 1/4" with legs extendedcooking top 14" x 24 ", 49 pounds, $285 1 larger stove- 20" x 24" cooking top. 17" high, operating height 26 1/4" to 30 1/4", 76 pounds, $470. Local prices + shipping. (503)861-7755 Call before 8:00pm.

Oregon Construction Contractor's Law requires that all those who advertise remodeling, repair or con struction services be registered with the Construction Contractor's Board. Registration means contractors have bonds and insurance on the job site. For your protection, be sure any construction contractors you hire are registered. If they are not, or if you are a contractor who wishes to register, call Construction Contractor's Board in Sale m, OR 1-503-378-4621.

ServiceDirectory

YOUR GUIDE TO LOCAL PROFESSIONALS

B & C Cleaning Residential, commercial & vac. Lic., bonded & *TAZ PROFESSIONAL insured. Call for an appt. AUTO DETAILING* 440-0654, 717-1388. * #1 In customer service satisfaction

* Complete interiors & exteriors to the finest detail inc. touch-up paint * Free pickup & delivery Astoria Area * Located at Neal Baeten Autobody

AUTO BODY & DETAILING

CLEANING SERVICES HOME FURNISHING LAWN & GARDEN

J&S Appliances & Home Furnishings 529 SE Marlin Ave.Warrenton (503)861-0929 *JIM'S LAWN CARE*

*Brush Clearing *Lawns *Shrubs *Hauling *Gutter & Storm Cleanup

(503)325-2445 * Free Estimates

Seaside 3 bdrm, 3 ba, view, garage, close to beach $1450 mo Seaside Cove Nice 3 bdrm, garage, basement, $1650/mo Warrenton2 bdrm, 2 bath, remodeled, gas heat. $995 mo.

Applicant screen, leases and deposits required. No smoking/pets

445 GARDEN & LAWN EQUIPMENT

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CONSTRUCTION/ DESIGN

DONALD GUNN Construction

* Kitchens * Baths * Windows * Decks * Siding * Fences (503)-791-

INTERIOR DECORATING

Candace Nelson Window Fashions

PRINTING

The Daily Astorian Print Shop

949 Exchange Street, Astoria (503)325-3211, extension 256

(503)325­1951

BOAT REPAIR

has everything to make your Lawn & Garden Beautiful!

IN SEASIDE

CPS MANAGEMENT CO. (503)738-5488/ (888)916RENT Seaside 3 bedroom, 2 bath, all utilities paid, including expanded cable. $1400 month. (503)738-0178 Seaside, close to all services, 3 bdrm, 2 baths. $1400 month including utilities (wtr, swr, garb, & basic cbl) 1st month and dep. required. (503)7380187

ORDER TODAY TO ASSURE YOUR COPY AT A DISCOUNT PRE-PUBLICATION PRICE OF $39.95

(plus $6 shipping/handling) (Washington residents include $3.12 sales tax)

COME VISIT US!! 725 Ave. J (503) 738-5752 Corner Of Ave. J & Hwy. 101

**OUTBOARD REPAIR** Clatsop Power Equipment 34912 Hwy 101 Bus, Astoria 1-800-220-0792 or 503325-0792

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DONALGC952Q9 * CCB #163598 Ferguson's Complete Home Repair & Remodeling Quality Service for 20 years! CCB #113763 * (503)3254381 UBC CONSTRUCTION Reliable, Honest & Local Home Remodeling *Room Additions *Kitchens & Bathrooms (503)298-9504 CCB#172230

*In home decorating *Free estimates *25 years experience www.candacenelson.co m (503)436-2784

BUILDERS

Enterprise Builders Remodel decks, siding & fencing. roofs & gutters (503)791-3986 Jack Coffey Construction * New *Repair *Remodel * Drywall * Concrete * Decks * Licensed * Bonded * Insured (503)325-7406 * CCB#55284

LAWN & GARDEN

Landscape Maintenance

*Fall & Winter clean up * Hedging, *brush *Tree removal *Gutter cleaning * Hauling *No job too big or small Please Call 791-5329 * Insured

ROOFING

AMD CONSTRUCTION INC. *New & remodel *Roofing *Siding *Tile *Fences & decks *Kitchen & bath. CCB#172962 (503)458-7106

Retail/Warehouse 2500 square feet, 14 parking spaces at 13th & Duane. (503)325-7494

Call (800)643-3703 or (360)642-8181 Mail a check for $45.95 to: Chinook Observer "Flight of the Bumblebee" PO Box 427, Long Beach, WA 98631

485 PETS & SUPPLIES

AKC labradors. Avail. 12/17. Yellows and Blacks , dewclawed, shots & wormed. Females $400 & Males $350.(503)3255615

Landscape Maintenance

*Fall & Winter clean up * Hedging, *brush *Tree removal *Gutter cleaning * Hauling *No job too big or small Please Call 791-5329 * Insured

Water Tight Roofing, Inc. *Residential *Commercial *Extensive Clean-up *Prompt Service. Or CCB#126613 WA Contr lic. #WATERTRO23KA (503)861-7234 or (877)861-7234

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