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    TEN The Gazette-Times, Heppner, Oregon, Thursday, July 19. l!)7i
Subdivision gains approval Tues
PMH Board seeks help from Oregon Assn
of Hospitals in finding administrator
Two items were presented
at a public hearing Tuesday
evening in connection with the
July Irrigon City Council.
The first, a subdivision plat
presented by John Shafer, was
approved by the council and
had previously been approved
by the planning commission.
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The proposal was approved.
Engineer Dave Krumbien
represented both parties.
An engineering report was
presented during the regular
council business meeting by
Tom Clark of Vitro Engineer
ing. Recommendations were
presented and approved by
on news
Francis Rose Wilson 922-3352
The parcel of land recently
annexed into the city lies
between 1st and 2nd streets
and North Main and Oregon
Ave. and is approximately 150
feet by 620 feet, containing
about 2 acres. It is to be
designated Shafer addition
and will contain conventional
houses.
The second item, also pre
viously approved by the plan
ning commission, involved a
request presented by Ted
Wilson for expansion by 12
units of his present Mobil
Home Court. The proposed
site is south of Idaho Ave. and
west of Division St. No one
appeared against either prop
osal but a letter read by a
neighboring landowner stated
they saw no objection to
Wilson's court being enlarged.
the council for upgrading the
water system to meet the need
of supplying the new Jr. High
School being built south of
town. The engineers proposals
come as a result of a computer
analysis of the system which
pinpointed a bottleneck and
problem areas which would
hinder delivery of adequate
flow and pressure to the area.
Major among the proposals
was enlarging the line bet
ween Oregon and North Main
on 7th near the pump station.
Also an extension of a line of
adequate size on 7th St. south
past Calif. Ave. and continu
ing to a point even with the
school where it would turn
west to the school site. A line
recently installed from Calif
ornia South to the site would
serve as a loop line. No
discussion touched on financ
ing the proposed changes.
The second part of the
report involved the proposed
sewer system. No word has
been received recently on the
grant which the city applied
for.
However, a report was
presented on changes pro
posed for D.E.Q.'s evaluation
and rating proceedures which
came out of a June 25 meeting
in Portland. Clark said Irri
gon's status for grant would
definitely be upgraded by the
proposals. He gave the follow
ing details among others; All
cities are basically rated in 4
categories A through D. An A
should result for the city under
the new proposals.
Within each of the 4 cate
gories a point system further
establishes the priority posi
tion and by comparing points
Irrigon would receive under
both, it was demonstrated that
there would be a gain under
the new proposals of approxi
mately 86 points over the old.
Marvin Stine, also an engi
neer with Vitro Engineering,
accompanied Mr. Clark at the
meeting and will be doing
some of the work involving the
sewer system.
Paul Brown presented a
request to move a mobile
home complex to his commer
cial property set up as a
Port of Morrow
Cont. from page 3
term committment."
The commission re-elected
LeRoy Gardner Commission
president. Louis Carlson as
vice president. Gene Allen as
secretary and Larry Lindsay
as treasurer.
Commissioners were told by
the Port's managerial staff
that the Port had overexpend
ed of what it had budgeted for
personal services and mater
ials by $35,000 in the Utility
System fund and reported
receipt of $132,385.25 from
water and sewer bills from the
Port's lease holders.
motel series until a motel can
be built when sewer is
available. The council gave
approval for the units for a
two year period to be re-evaluated
at that time. There is
presently no motel or hotel
facilities in Irrigon and the
council agreed that such an
establishment was needed.
A special council meeting
was set for Tues., July 17 to
review the many applications
received for the office of
Recorder and Bookkeeper. A
full time Recorder is being
sought after the office of city
manager was cut from the
budget. Presently the office is
open from 9 to 1 Mon. through
Friday.
Councilmen Cooley and Jor
gensen were absent as was
Jack Baisden who was on
vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ludwig
have returned from a month's
vacation visiting relatives and
seeing the sites including the
petrified forest in Ariz.
They flew to Denver where
they took possession of a
pick-up camper. Then on to
Peru, 111, to Texas, Ariz, and
back to San Bernadino and
Stockton, Calif, to visit rela
tives. Visitors at the home of Eva
Anderson were her daughter
and sons; Eva M. Arndt,
George and Richard of St.
Paul, Minn.
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Kuehl
and 2 children were recent
visitors of Mr. and Mrs.
Arnold Hagon. Mrs. Hagon
returned with them for a
weeks stay to visit them and
her parents in Lebanon, Or.
Cont. from page 3
board what steps should be
taken to find a new adminis
trator. The board accepted an audit
request from July to October
this year from the firm of
Maynard, Lovgren and Reddi
The board accepted an audit
request from July to October
this year from the firm of
Maynard, Lovgren and Red
ding. As for procedure to follow
for obtaining a new adminis-
Farm Bureau asks study
of agriculture fuel depots
The Oregon and Washington
Farm Bureaus have asked the
American Farm Bureau to
explore the feasibility of, a
network of agricultural fuel
depots across the United
States to insure a flow of
perishable commodities to
interstate markets, during
fuel shortages or other dis
ruptions. Oregon Farm Bureau presi
dent Waldron Johnson and
Herb Strueli, president of the ,
Washington State farm
Bureau, joined in a request for
such a network to Allan Grant,
president of the American
Farm Bureau.
Citing the threat of inter
rupted interstate shipments of
perishable tree fruits and
berries, with resultant crop
losses to farmers, the two
farm leaders asked that state
Farm Bureaus and agricul
tural cooperatives across the
county join in such an enter
prise, with the cooperation of
others, including independent
truckers, fuel suppliers and
state police agencies.
trator, Board Member Dan
Sweeney recommended fol
lowing a uniform procedure.
Hospital Chairman Fred Mar
tin said he would mail a letter
to the Oregon Hospital Assoc
iation asking for interested
applicants for the position.
The resignation came only a
week after a board member,
Dan Sweeney, called for a
change in administration in an
open public session of the
Morrow County Court. Al
though resigning in what he
termed a "political" move,
Byrnes is an appointed official
of the hospital.
Byrnes has served as hos
pital administrator since the
Spring of 1977 and was hired
after the retirement of' long
time administrator Ilene Wy
man. Before his resignation be
came official, Byrnes urged
the board to adopt a motion
calling for installation of a
patio for nursing home pa
tients from dollars donated by
philanthropists within the
community. The board whole
heartedly accepted the pro
posal. Byrnes was in a more
relaxed, jovial mood than seen
in the past few sessions.
Public Notice
BMCC accepts bids for new
Hermiston evening class facility
Blue Mountain Community
College directors chose the
Redalco Building in Hermis
ton to house offices and
classrooms for the college's
expanding needs in that area.
Area coordinator Margaret
Davis hopes to occupy the
space in early September
when construction on the
interior of the 2,000 square foot
building is completed. The
college will rent the structure
at 405 N. First St. for $800-a
month.
The new Hermiston facility
will house the Adult Basic
Education program, Mrs.
Davis' office and provide
general classroom space. In
the past, Mrs. Davis had been
conducting college business
out of her home. Until the new
space is completed, Mrs.
davis can still be reached at
her home phone number,
676-5039.
According to Mrs. Davis,
enrollment for adult basic
education classes offered in
Umatilla and Morrow counties
by BMCC has increased 300
percent in the last four years.
Oregon barley production down from last year
Cont. from page 12
more than last year's crop of
1.79 billion bushels.
Barley production in Oregon
is placed at 7.8 million bushels
15 percent less than last year,
and 12 percent less than
produced during 1977. Har
vested yields are projected at
46 bushels 8 percent less than
in 1978. The U.S. barley
production is expected to total
345 million bushels, 23 percent
less than last year's product
ion. Other Oregon crops are
forecast on Julv 1 as follows:
oat production at 3.6 million
bushels, 13 percent less than
last year; corn for grain
production at 1.0 million
bushels, 15 percent less than
1978; rye for grain production
at 168 thousand bushels, 4
percent less than last year.
Nationally oat production is
placed at 510 bushels, 15
percent less than the 1978;
corn for grain production is
estimated at 6.7 billion bush
els, 6 percent less than last
year's record high; rye for
grain is forecast at 23.6 million
bushels, 10 percent less than in
1978.
Oregon's sweet cherry crop
is estimated at 33,000 tons, 3
percent lower than last year's
production. California's crop,
at 37,000 tons is 164 percent
above a year ago while
Washington tonnage is ex
pected to total 62,000 tons, 2
percent above 1978.
Bartlett pear production for
the Pacific Coast is estimated
at 539,000 tons, 15 percent
more than a year ago.
Oregon's production at 74,000
tons is up 33 percent. Califor
nia's crop, at 330,000 tons, is
up 17 percent, and Washing
ton, at 135,000 tons is up 2
percent from last year. All
other pears, at 200,000 tons for
the Pacific Coast are 8 percent
less than 1978. Oregon, at
100,000 tons is up 4 percent.
California production, at
10,000 tons, is up 37 percent,
while Washington's crop fore
cast at 90,000 tons is 21 percent
below last year.
Apple production in Oregon
is expected to total 140 million
pounds, 1 percent less than
last year. Washington is
expecting a crop of 2.3 billion
pounds, 6 percent more than
1978.
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676-9228
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE STATE OF OREGON
FOR THE COUNTY
OF MORROW
NOTICE OF SALE
No. L-6209
NORTH COAST SEED CO.,
Plaintiff,
vs
ALAN W. MOORE and
SANDRA L. MOORE, dba
Plants & Things,
Defendants.
By virtue of an execution
issued out of the Circuit Court
of the State of Oregon for
Morrow County to me directed
and dated the 28th day of June,
1979, upon a judgement ren
dered and entered in the
Circuit Court for Morrow
County on the 15th day of May,
. 1979, in favor of North Coast
Seed Co., plaintiff, and against
Alan W. Moore and Sandra L.
Moore, dba Plants & Things,
defendants, for the sum of
$580.59 on plaintiff's first
cause of action plus interest at
6 percent per annum from
October 9, 1978 until payment,
$100.50 on plaintiff's second
cause of action plus interest at
6 percent per annum from
August 29, 1978 until payment,
together with costs and dis
bursements taxed at $72.80
and the cost of and upon this
writ, commanding me to take
sale of the following described
real property situated in the
County of Morrow, State of
Oregon, to-wit:
Lot 2, Block 3, Faler
Addition, Boardrnan, Morrow
County, Oregon.
EXCEPTING THERE
FROM: 1. An easement created by
instrument, including the
terms and provisions thereof,
dated May 3, 1938, recorded
July 9, 1938 in Deed Book 45,
page 58 in favor of Umatilla
Electric Cooperative Association.
2. Ordinance No. 39-63,
recorded in Deed Book 70,
page 85, dated May 19, 1960.
recorded December 11, 1963.
3. Street dedication record
ed September 12, 1967, in Deed
Book "M" of Microfilm No.
135.
4. Subject to Declaration of
Conditions and Restrictions,
Faler Addition to the city of
Boardrnan, recorded May 8,
1974, recorded in Book "M".of
Microfilm No. 6602.
Now, therefore, by virtue of
said execution and in com
pliance with the command
ments of said writ, I will on
Monday, the 6th day of
August, 1979, at 10:00 o'clock
a.m. at the front door of the
Morrow County Courthouse,
Heppner, Oregon, sell at
public auction (subject to
redemption) to the highest
bidder for cash in hand all the
right, title and interest which
the within defendants, Alan W.
Moore and Sandra L. Moore,
have in and to the above
described property or any
part thereof to satisfy said
execution, judgement order,
interest, costs and accruing
costs.
DATED this 28th day of
June, 1979.
L. I). FKTSCII, Sheriff,
Morrow County, Oregon
By Pauline Winter,
. Deputy
Published July 5, 12, 19, 26,
1979
The following precinct will be
consolidated for the Aug. 9,
1979 election. Precinct No. 6, 7,
8, 9 and 2.
Sadie Parrish
County Clerk
Published July 19, 1979
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