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    The GazHte-Times, Heppner, Oregon, Thursday, July 5, 1979 FIVE
'Holding bills for ransom' frustrates state lawmakers
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By Sen. Ken Jernstedt
District 28
At this stage of the session
there are rumors that some of
the committee chairmen are
playing games with bills, in
that they will not let a bill out
of committee in some cases
not even have a hearing un
less the chairman of some
other committee will release a
bill that the first chairman is
deeply interested in. The
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process of holding bills "for
ransom" is one of the frus
trating features of the last
days of every session.
Another part of the legis
lative process that I hate with
'a passion is that of trading
votes and, worse yet, trading
for bills. Agreeing to vote for
or against a certain measure
in return for similar action on
the co-conspirator's part re
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probably done more often than
is generally realized. I can see
the possibility that in some
cases a legislator would be
helping his district by doing
this, but I cannot condone it.
With all the debate about
property tax relief and a
billion dollar budgets, it might
be possible for the legislature
to overlook small but essen
tialprograms. Happily this has not occured
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in the state day care program
which, in terms of dollars, is
one of the smaller ones, but
which has a big impact in
many areas of the state.
Many people in our area
depend on day care programs,
particularly migrant workers
and those families in which
both the father and mother
must work.
The Ways and Means Com
mittee, having studied the day
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care program since January,
has reached sorrW decisions
which will mean continued i."e
for the program, and has
increased the budget by some
$300,000 over the budget rec
ommended by the Governor.
This will permit additional
children to enroll in the
program rather than apply a
freeze as recommended by
some.
The budget adopts a new fee
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schedule, which will provide
more assistance to low income
parents who meet certain
criteria.
There definitely are prob
lems with the administration
of the Children's Services
Division particularly with
administrative costs consum
ing one-third of the budget in
some instances. Both the
Governor and the legislative
leadership are intent on solv
ing these administrative prob
lems, and it is likely that
reforms will be presented to
the next session.
To celebrate
9 1st birthday
Mrs. Zetta Brosnam, Little
Butter Creek, will be 91 years
old this Sunday, July 8. She
has been very depressed
lately because the grasshop
per hordes have completely
stripped the shrubbery and
flowers which surround her
mobile home.
Because Zetta is now house
bound, it would cheer her to
have friends stop by to visit
her anytime.
Arnie Hedman
said recovering
Arnie Hedman, Heppner, is
recuperating from surgery at
Rm. 136 of Hermiston's Good
Shepherd Hospital.
PUBLIC NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE STATE OF OREGON
FOR THE COUNTY
OF MORROW
PROBATE DEPARTMENT
NOTICE TO
INTERESTED PERSONS
NO. 1823
Estate of:
MARY E. MCMURTRY
Deceased.
Probate proceedings in the
estate of Mary E. McMurtry,
deceased, are now pending in
the above entitled court,
wherein Robert G. McMurtry,
the undersigned, has been
appointed and has qualified as
the personal representative of
said estate. All persons having
claims against said estate
hereby are required to present
them, in due form, within four
months after the date of the
first publication of this notice,
as stated below, to the
undersigned at the following
address now designated as the
place for the presentation of
claims, to-wit: WINTER &
SWEENEY, 471 N. Main
Street, Heppner, Oregon
97836.
All persons whose rights
may be affected by the said
probate proceedings may ob
tain additional information
from the records of the court,
the undersigned personal rep
resentative or the latter's
attorneys who are WINTER &
SWEENEY, Box 582, Heppner
Oregon 97836. Personal Rep
resentative, ROBERT G.
MCMURTRY, Box 188, Hep
pner, Oregon 97836. v
Published July 5, 12, 19, 1979
PUBLIC NOTICE
The Morrow County Plan
ning Commission will hold a
public hearing on Monday,
July 16, 1979 at 8:00 p.m. in the
Morrow County Courthouse in
Heppner to review amend
ments to the following:
The City of Heppner's Com
prehensive Plan and Joint
Management Agreement.
The public hearing will also
include consideration of ordi
nances to adopt the city's plan
for the area outside City limits
and inside the Urban Growth
Boundary as amendments to
the Morrow County Compre
hensive Plan. All interested
persons are invited to attend.
Also on the agenda will be
the continuation of the appli
cations for Zone changes by
D.O. Robinson and Elmer and
Lorraine Ladd.
Morrow County
Planning Commission
Dorris Graves, Chairperson
Published July 5, 12, 1979