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Saturday, August 17, 2019
MONDAY, AUG. 19
NIXYAAWII COMMUNITY SCHOOL BOARD, 4:30 p.m., Nixy-
aawii Community School, 73300 July Grounds Lane, Mission.
ECHO SCHOOL DISTRICT, 6 p.m., Echo Community School,
600 Gerone St., Echo. (541-376-8436)
HELIX CITY COUNCIL, 7 p.m., Helix City Hall, 119 Columbia St.,
PENDLETON YOUTH COMMISSION, 7 p.m., Intermountain
ESD office, 2001 S.W. Nye Ave., Pendleton. (541-276-6711)
TUESDAY, AUG. 20
ATHENA CEMETERY DISTRICT, 5:30 p.m., Athena City Hall,
215 S. Third St., Athena. (541-566-3862)
MORROW COUNTY FAIR BOARD, 6 p.m., SAGE Center, 101
Olson Road, Boardman. (Ann Jones 541-676-9474)
IRRIGON CITY COUNCIL, 6 p.m., Irrigon City Hall, 500 N.E.
Main Ave., Irrigon. (541-922-3047)
PENDLETON DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION, 6 p.m., Pendle-
ton City Hall, 501 S.W. Emigrant Ave., Pendleton. (541-276-1811)
UMATILLA CITY COUNCIL WORK SESSION, 6 p.m., Umatilla
City Hall council chambers, 700 Sixth St., Umatilla. (Nanci 541-
922-3226 ext. 105)
UMATILLA COUNTY SOIL & WATER CONSERVATION DIS-
TRICT, 6 p.m., USDA Service Center conference room, 1 S.W.
Nye Ave., Suite 130, Pendleton. (Kyle Waggoner 541-278-8049
PILOT ROCK CITY COUNCIL, 7 p.m., Pilot Rock City Hall coun-
cil chambers, 143 W. Main St., Pilot Rock. (541-443-2811)
PENDLETON CITY COUNCIL, 7 p.m., Pendleton City Hall
council chambers, 501 S.W. Emigrant Ave., Pendleton.
STANFIELD CITY COUNCIL, 7 p.m., Stanfield City Hall council
chambers, 160 S. Main St., Stanfield. (541-449-3831)
EAST UMATILLA COUNTY HEALTH DISTRICT, 7 p.m., district
office, 431 E. Main St., Athena. (541-566-3813)
WEDNESDAY, AUG. 21
MORROW COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS, 9 a.m.,
SAGE Center, 101 Olson Road, Boardman. (Roberta Lutcher
EASTERN OREGON REGIONAL AIRPORT COMMISSION,
6 p.m., airport terminal Doolittle Conference Room, 2016 Air-
port Road, Pendleton. (Erica Stewart 541-276-7754)
OREGON TRAIL LIBRARY DISTRICT, 6:30 p.m., Hep-
pner Public Library, 444 N. Main St., Heppner. (Kathy Street
BOARDMAN PLANNING COMMISSION, 7 p.m., Boardman
City Hall, 200 City Center Circle, Boardman. (541-481-9252)
PILOT ROCK SCHOOL DISTRICT, 7 p.m., Pilot Rock High
School library, 101 N.E. Cherry St., Pilot Rock. (541-443-8291)
THURSDAY, AUG. 22
SALVATION ARMY ADVISORY BOARD, 12 p.m., Salvation
Army, 150 S.E. Emigrant Ave., Pendleton. (541-276-3369)
MILTON-FREEWATER LIBRARY BOARD, 4 p.m., Milton-Free-
water Public Library, 8 S.W. Eighth Ave., Milton-Freewater.
UMATILLA COUNTY SPECIAL LIBRARY DISTRICT, 5:15 p.m.,
Pendleton Center for the Arts boardroom, 214 N. Main St.,
Pendleton. (Erin McCusker 541-276-6449)
UMATILLA COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION, 6:30 p.m.,
Umatilla County Justice Center, 4700 N.W. Pioneer Place, Pend-
PENDLETON PLANNING COMMISSION, 7 p.m., Pendleton
City Hall, 501 S.W. Emigrant Ave., Pendleton. (Jutta Haliewicz
FRIDAY, AUG. 23
No meetings scheduled
SATURDAY, AUG. 17
PILOT ROCK COMMUNITY DAYS, 7 a.m.-11 p.m., down-
town, various venues, Pilot Rock. Saturday features breakfast
(7-10 a.m.), workouts, horseshoes, chili and rib cookoff, dog
races, quilt show and Quilts of Valor presentation, vendors,
mustache contest, duck race, parade and live music. Sunday
includes community church service in the city park followed
by a potluck lunch. Everyone welcome. (541-443-2811)
STUDENT ART SHOW, 9 a.m.-8 p.m., Central Middle School
cafeteria, 306 S.W. Second Ave., Milton-Freewater. Original
works in a variety of media selected by local art educators
to highlight student artists in the Milton-Freewater Unified
School District. Visitors may vote for People’s Choice awards,
which will be presented at a 7:30 p.m. artists’ reception. Free
admission. (Blanche Mason or JeanAnn Mitchell 541-938-5126
MELON FEST, 9 a.m.-3 p.m., Hermiston Festival Street, North-
east Second Street between Main and Gladys, Hermiston.
Inaugural event features games, activities, children’s events,
food and craft vendors, photo booth and contests celebrat-
ing the region’s iconic watermelons, including bathtub races
(11 a.m.), watermelon seed spitting contest (noon), water-
melon costume contest (1 p.m.) and more. After-party at Max-
well Pavilion (6 p.m.) for ages 21 and over features live music
from 7-10 p.m. (Larry Fetter 541-667-5009)
FREE FOR ALL, 9:30-10:15 a.m., Pendleton Center for the Arts,
214 N. Main St., Pendleton. Free art classes for children up to
age 12. Children under 8 should be accompanied by an adult.
(Roberta Lavadour 541-278-9201)
YARN CLUB, 10 a.m.-12 p.m., Hermiston Public Library, 235 E.
Gladys Ave., Hermiston. (541-567-2882)
ORDNANCE BREWING FUN RUN 5K, 10 a.m.-12 p.m., Ord-
nance Brewing, 405 N. Olson Road, Boardman. Walk, jog
or run the 5K, then enjoy a beer, live music, food, give-
aways and activities. All registered runners receive a craft
beer, collectors pint glass or seasonal swag item. 10% of
proceeds goes to Made to Thrive. Entry fee is $30, or $40
with T-shirt, limited entry online at www.eventbrite.com/e/
HIP & HANDMADE, 11 a.m.-12 p.m., Pendleton Center for the
Arts, 214 N. Main St., Pendleton. Free drop-in project class for
adults. (Roberta Lavadour 541-278-9201)
WHEATSTOCK, 12 p.m., Quantum 9 Arena, Harrison Road,
Helix. Annual music festival features headliner Reckless Kelly
of Austin, Texas. Local and national country, rockabilly and red
dirt bands will perform throughout the day. Tickets are $20 in
advance, $35 the day of the show, available at www.wheat-
stock.org. Active military and kids under 12 are free. Proceeds
benefit the Helix School music program and Divide Camp.
STRAIGHT TALK WITH BECKY MARKS, 2-4 p.m., The Saddle
Restaurant, 2220 S.E. Court Ave., Pendleton. Share thoughts
with Ward I councilwoman. (541-276-9147)
IRRIGON FARMERS MARKET, 6-9 p.m., Irrigon Public Library
west lawn, 490 N.E. Main Ave., Irrigon. Vendors offer fresh
agricultural products and occasional home crafted products.
(Aaron Palmquist 541-922-3047)
Jacqueline Jean ‘Jackie’ Payne
Donald Ervin ‘Don’ Logosz
June 16, 1937 — August 12, 2019
September 23, 1952 — July 28, 2019
Jacqueline Jean “Jackie” camping and fishing, spend-
Payne of Hermiston, Ore- ing nearly all of the week-
gon, was born on June 16, ends in the mountains.
1937, in Spencer, Iowa, to David passed away in 2012.
Jackie loved her fam-
parents Ethel Edwards and
ily and was the
guiding star of
She passed away
courage to all.
peacefully in her
Her faith in God
sleep on August
12, 2019, in New-
port, Oregon, at
and gives us all
the age of 82 years
comfort. She is
joined again with
with her family.
her son, Bill, who
just passed away
to Oregon when
in May; her hus-
bands Bill and
she was very
young, growing up in the David; her mother Ethel;
woods near Detroit Lake and brothers Sam, Joel and
where her stepfather was Michael Edwards.
Jackie was famous for
working on construction
of the Detroit Dam. Jackie her hugs and smiles. She
later moved to Gresham, always encouraged us and
Oregon, where she met Bill made us feel special. She
Hart in December of 1951 was a member of the Herm-
and they lived in the Wamic iston Christian Center.
She is survived by her
area. At the age of 15, she
was in a motorcycle acci- daughters Donna Martin
dent where she broke her and husband Leroy, and
back and spent a year in the Margaret Hendricks; step-
hospital and was told she kids Larry, Daniel and Lori,
would never walk again. and Michael Payne and
Jackie had a small baby and Denise Anderson; brothers
told them that they would James and Jerry Edwards;
learn to walk together. With sisters-in-law Ferrol Clark,
a strong will she not only Karen Edwards and Carol
learned to walk again, she Mace Edwards Jones;
became an accomplished numerous
horseback rider and partic- and great-grandchildren;
ipated in many parades.
They moved to Herm- dren; and many nieces and
iston, Oregon, in 1965 and nephews.
A funeral service will be
she lost her husband Bill,
who drowned in 1969. Jack- held on Saturday, August
ie’s mother lived with her 17, 2019, at 1 p.m. at Burns
until she passed. She began Mortuary chapel, Hermis-
her career with the court ton, Oregon. Burial will fol-
system in 1968 and earned low at the Hermiston Ceme-
her MBA while working. tery, Hermiston, Oregon.
Please share memories
She retired as the District
Court supervisor and judge. of Jackie with her family at
Jackie married David burnsmortuaryhermiston.
Payne on December 8, 1973, com
Burns Mortuary of
in Hermiston, Oregon, join-
ing their children to make a Hermiston, Oregon, is in
large family. They enjoyed care of arrangements.
Donald Ervin Logosz ing, he played summer soft-
passed away on July 28, ball and played tennis. The
2019, at Providence St. annual Logosz brothers’
Mary Medical Center sur- Christmas pinochle game
rounded by his immediate was always loved, and he
avidly worked on
Don was born
zles in the news-
paper. He loved
1952, in Dickin-
son, N.D., to par-
ents Laudie and
with family and
Irene Logosz. In
friends and cher-
ished his grand-
1955, the fam-
ily moved to Mil-
t o n - Fr e e w a t e r,
Ore. He attended
Don was pre-
ceded in death
mentary, Central Mid- by his parents. He is sur-
dle and graduated from vived by Kathy, his wife of
McLoughlin Union High 45 years; son Brad Logosz;
School in 1970. He attended daughter Melissa Jarvis
Blue Mountain Community (Wes); and grandchildren
College in Pendleton, Ore.
Caleb, Sophia, Makenna
Don worked at Key Tech- and Carter. Don is also sur-
nology from 1974 through vived by his sisters LaVern
1989. Subsequent employ- Hayworth and Delores Pier-
ers included Isaacs & Asso- sol, and his brothers Larry
ciates, 20 years at Charter Logosz, Frank Logosz and
Communications, and most Vernan Logosz.
A memorial service will
recently at CTDI, in a ware-
house supervisor role.
be held on August 23, 2019,
He married his high at 2 p.m. at Blue Mountain
school classmate, Kathy Community Church, 928
Morasch, on June 23, Sturm Ave., Walla Walla,
1974. They resided in Mil- with Pastor Jim Snyder
ton-Freewater, Ore., until officiating.
1982 when they moved with
The family expresses
their two children to raise their gratitude to the
their family in Walla Walla, Advanced Heart Disease
and Transplantation team at
Don was an avid “sport- Providence Spokane Heart
ster.” He most enjoyed play- Institute.
ing and watching golf. He
refereed OSAA high school tions may be made to Blue
and college basketball Mountain
games. Don umpired Amer- Church or Christian Aid
ican Legion baseball, he Center (Walla Walla Res-
participated in league bowl- cue Mission).
SATURDAY, AUG. 17
AINSWORTH, PHYLLIS — Memorial service at
3 p.m. at Rancho Villa Clubhouse, 1250 Dalles Military
Road, Walla Walla. Inurnment will be at Bowlus Pioneer
BOURSAW, ANNA — Memorial service at 2 p.m. at
the Stanfield Moose Lodge, 615 W. Coe Ave.
CARROLL, LEE — Funeral services at 1 p.m. at the
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 425 S.E. Fourth
St., Pilot Rock. Interment will follow at Skyview Memorial
Park, 70116 S. Highway 395, Pendleton.
MIKEL, LOETA — Memorial service at 2 p.m. at
the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witneses, 601 S.W. Run-
nion Ave., Pendleton. A dinner will follow at the Pilot Rock
Community Center, 285 N.W. Cedar Place.
MOORE, RAY — Services at 1 p.m. at Athena Chris-
tian Church, 485 E. Van Buren St. A potluck will follow the
PAYNE, JACKIE — Funeral service at 1 p.m. in the
chapel at Burns Mortuary, 685 W. Hermiston Ave., Hermis-
ton. Burial will follow at the Hermiston Cemetery.
SALTER, VIRGINIA — Memorial service at 3 p.m.
at the First Christian Church, 775 W. Highland Ave.,
Nov. 29, 1928 — Aug. 13, 2019
Hilton Jones, 90, of Roseville, Calif., died Tuesday, Aug.
13, 2019, at his home. He was born Nov. 29, 1928. Graveside
services will be held Friday, Aug. 23 at 11 a.m. at the Mil-
ton-Freewater Cemetery. Munselle-Rhodes Funeral Home
of Milton-Freewater is in charge of arrangements.
Francisco Javier Nunez
Aug. 19, 1957 — Aug. 15, 2019
Francisco Javier Nunez, 61, of Irrigon, died Thursday,
Aug. 15, 2019, at his home. He was born Aug. 19, 1957, in
Plan de Ayala, Mexico. Viewing will be held Monday, Aug.
19 from 3-6 p.m. at Burns Mortuary chapel in Hermis-
ton, followed by recitation of the rosary at 6 p.m. A funeral
Mass will be held Tuesday, Aug. 20 at 11 a.m. at Our Lady
of Angels Catholic Church in Hermiston. Burns Mortuary
of Hermiston is in care of arrangements.
Thursday, Aug. 15, 2019
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SUNDAY, AUG. 18
No services scheduled
MONDAY, AUG. 19
BAARSTAD, LAWRENCE — Condolence from
11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Burns Mortuary, 336 S.W. Dorion Ave.,
NUNEZ, FRANCISCO — Viewing from 3-6 p.m.
in the chapel at Burns Mortuary, 685 W. Hermiston Ave.,
Hermiston. Recitation of the rosary will follow at 6 p.m.
TUESDAY, AUG. 20
NUNEZ, FRANCISCO — Funeral mass at 11 a.m. at
Our Lady of Angels Catholic Church, 565 W. Hermiston
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Medical examiner confirms Epstein death a suicide by hanging
The Bureau of Prisons
said Epstein had apparently
killed himself, but that didn’t
squelch conspiracy theories
about his death.
NEW YORK —
comment were left for
prison death has
Epstein’s lawyers. An
been confirmed a
office telephone num-
ber for Dr. Michael
suicide by hanging,
Baden, the pathologist
the medical exam-
iner’s office said
hired by Epstein’s rep-
resentatives to observe
the autopsy, rang
Epstein, 66, was
found dead in his cell at the unanswered.
Epstein, who was charged
Center in New York City on with
Aug. 10, touching off out- numerous underage girls
rage and disbelief over how over several years, had been
such a high-profile prisoner, placed on suicide watch last
known for socializing with month after he was found on
powerful people including his cell floor on July 23 with
presidents Donald Trump bruising on his neck.
and Bill Clinton, could have
But multiple people famil-
MICHAEL R. SISAK
iar with operations at the
jail say he was taken off the
watch after about a week and
put back in a high-security
housing unit where he was
less closely monitored, but
still supposed to be checked
on every 30 minutes.
Attorney General Wil-
liam Barr says officials have
uncovered “serious irregu-
larities” at the jail. The FBI
and the Justice Department’s
inspector general are both
investigating Epstein’s death.
Jail guards on duty the
night of Epstein’s death
are suspected of falsify-
ing log entries to show they
were checking on inmates
every half-hour as required,
according to several people
familiar with the matter.
A guard in Epstein’s unit
was working a fifth straight
day of overtime and another
guard was working manda-
tory overtime, the people
said. They spoke on condi-
tion of anonymity because
they lacked authoriza-
tion to publicly discuss the
U.S. District Judge Rich-
ard Berman, who is in charge
of the criminal case against
Epstein, asked the jail’s war-
den this week for answers
about the earlier episode,
writing in a letter Monday
that it had “never been defin-
The warden replied that
an internal investigation
was completed but that he
couldn’t provide informa-
tion because the findings
were being incorporated
into investigations into