Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current, August 07, 1980, Page ELEVEN, Image 11

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    The Heppner GaieUe-Tlmes. Heppner, Oregon, Thursday, August T, 1980 ELEVEN
s tiawe foeeim amended
regulations oweffiiiiig ' 'BLM 'grazing land
use plan shall not be the sole
basis for issuing a grazing
permit for a term of less than
10 years.
Under the amended regula
tions, in certain situations
private lands in exchange-of-use
agreements can be located
outside of the BLM allotment.
This change covers agree
ments already existing or'
where such an agreement
r, Graaing roguliiliontt for
lands managed by the Bureau
of Land Munagoment have
been amended to incorporate
"provisions of the Public
fUngelands Improvement
Act. '
The amendments change
regulations for grazing prefer
ences, length of permits, and
location of lands in exchange-
of -use agreements. They af
fect about 13.6 million acres of
rangeland managed by BLM
in Oregon and 218,000 acres in
Washington.
If grazing reductions be
come necessary, the livestock
operator's grazing preference
will be suspended rather than
cancelled. That way, when,
range conditions are im
proved, the livestock operator
can share in the increased
forage.
; Generally, grazing permits
are for 10 years. The adopted
amendment specifies that the
absence of a completed land-
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Left, Prince Cmrrie Btdgett, Queen Colleen
Biker end Prince Terry Pollock.
Congratulations to the 1 SCO
Umatilla County Fair Court
from Mead's Thriftway ami
employees.
Bumble Bee Chunk Light Tuna ouorw.t.rp.ck,6.s-oz .79
Del Monte Tomato Juice4soz 69
Del Monte Pineapple In Juice7S2&u.ni&. . 53
Mrs. Butterworths Pancake Syrupo $1.89
Pillsbury Best Flour Bread or All Purpose. 10-lb. Bag 1.99
Tom Scott Mixed Nuts 0, 1.49
Captain Crunch Cereal Quaker Presweetened, 12-Oz
1.19
Charmin Bathroom TissueLK. .99
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White or Wheat Giant
PuOman
Bread
Shurf resh, 30-Oz.
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Buttermilk or Sweetmilk
7.5-Oz.f Your Choice
Shurfresh
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Donuts
Assorted (o)Cot
Varieties fr J Tr
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Tater Tots
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32-Oz. Size
Western Family
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Oregon Farms
Carrot Cake 17.6-Oz. . M.99
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Orange Juice feiij,,
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Thompson Seedless
Fresh
Mushrooms
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Carrots
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helps promote management
objectives, according to Reg
Ross, BLM grazing adminis
tration specialist.
Several sections of the
proposed amendment con- '
ceming placing grazing de
cisions in full force and effect
were deleted from the final
rulemaking in light of public
comments and recent legis
lation. All a doped amendments
were published as proposed
rulemaking in the "Federal
Register" on July 30, 1979,
followed by a 6Hlay public
comment period. Final regu
lations become effective on
August 11.
Library
Program
COQCO
to a clooc
The lone Elementary School
Summer Library program, in
. cooperation with the lone City
Library and the AAUW, held
their closing program at 2
p.m. on July 29, at the United
Church of Christ basement in
lone.
, The Rev. Cathy Barker
; entertained with a musical
; program. .
The following special
wards were given to those
who participated in the special
events available...
, DaHeT k perfect att
endance (youngest partici
pant) Ashley Conklin - perfect
attendance; read 18 books and
turned in 6 book reviews.
Heidi Nelson - pre-schooler
turning in the most book
reviews.
Bonnie Guthrie and Brian
Ball brought the most friends
to snare in the library
program.
Other students participating
in the program were: Casey
Albrecht, Jill Conklin, Jill
Nelson, Maryann Alvarado,
Michelle Beck, Tommy Wil
son, Kevin Guthrie, Linda
Morter, Nancy Morter, Tina
Wilson, Robert Alvarado, .
Heather Connor, Michelle
Connor, Sheryl Conklin and
Mark Conklin. ,
All of the twenty students
above Ireceived a Pendleton
McDonald's gift pass for
special efforts in the program.
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Fans promised
good racing at
Ore. State Fair
"Horse racing fans not only
are promised a better racing
meet than ever before at the
1980 Oregon State Fair,
August 23 to September 1, but
will have a better view of the
races," according to Fair
Director Dwight Butt.
"We will have a bigger
purse schedule than ever
before," Butt said, "and we
expect to attract the best and
fastest horses in the history of
the fair. Improvements in the
facilities include removing the
Judging stand from the apron,
opening up a better view of the
back streatch and finish line
for spectators," he said. The
judging stand is now suspend
ed from the roof of the
grandstand. This also gives
the judges a better view of the
race.
"Other improvements at the
track," according to Racing
Director Al Lightner, "include
a direct phone line from the
finish line stewards to the
judges stand, improvement in
the video-taping equipment,
and a new paddock with two
more stalls than in past
years."
"It looks like an exciting
year for the State Fair racing
meet and for the Lone Oak
racing meet that follows the
Fair on Fridays, Saturdays,
and Sundays through
mid-October," Lightner said.