Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current, August 28, 1980, Page EIGHT, Image 8

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    EIGHT-The Heppner Giette-Tlme, lleppner. Oregon, Thursday. August 28, 1980
Dsy Plsi to step
jacking to c?r
Sopt. 0-12.
The fifth annual Five-Day
Plan to stop smoking will be
broadcast on public TV on
Monday through Friday, Sept.
8-12, from 6 to 7:30 p.m., to
demonstrate that smokers
can, indeed, quit-especially
when they see others do it.
Residents 'in Morrow County
: area will be able to watch on
, their local Oregon Educat
ional and Public Broadcasting
v Service Station.
Viewers can join in the
program by obtaining Kits at
p $3 each at Pioneer Memorial
Hospital in Heppner.
A stop-smoking team from
Portland Adventist Medical
Center-Ronald 0. Franzke,
' M.D., an otolaryngologist, and
Harold 0. Burden, M.P.H.,
director of health education at
the center-will present pro
gram guidelines. Frank Bon
nema, ex -smoker and Portland-area
TV announcer, will
serve for the fifth year as host
and anchorman. A toll-free
line will be available for
telephone calls.
A "preview" session will be
broadcast on Friday, Sept. 5,
with the showing of the Film,
"Let's Call It Quits," featur
ing Tom Bosley, from 7 to 7:30
p.m. on your local OEPBS
Station. A half -hour followup
telecast is also scheduled from
7 to 7:30 p.m. on Monday,
Sept. IS, when the studio group
will report how their first
weekend on their own has
gone.
FUBUC NOTICES (
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Div. of State Lands...
NOTICE OF NAMES OF
PERSONS APPEARING TO
BE OWNERS OF
UNCLAIMED FUNDS:
The following named pers
ons are apparent owners of
unclaimed (personal) prop
erty reported to the Division of
State Lands, Salem, Oregon:
Morrow County School-Unknown
;
Information concerning the
amount or description of the
property and the name and
address of the holder may be
obtained by any person poss
essing a legal or equitable
interest in the property by
writing to the Division of State
Lands, 1445 State Street,
Salem, Oregon 97310. If proof,
of claim is not presented by
the owner to the holder, and if
the owner's right to receive
the property is not established
to the holder's satisfaction by
Nov. 7, 1980, the unclaimed
property will be placed in the
custody of the Division of
State Lands to which all
further claims must be dir
ected. Published: August 21, 28, 1980
PUBLIC NOTICfc
The Heppner Ranger Dis
trict of the Umatilla National
Forest is currently working on
the Environmental Analysis of
the proposed Davis Timber
Sale located in Township 7S.,
Range 25E., and the Texas
. Sale located in Township 5S.,
Ranges 27 & 28E. Additional
information can be received
by contacting the local Forest
Service Office.
Anyone wishing to provide
input should do so in writing
prior to September 30, 1980.
Ben G. Siminoe
District Ranger
Heppner Ranger District
P.O. Box 7, Heppner, OR 97836
Published: August 28, 1980.
Heppner
FOR ALL YOUR
fa.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING
The Heppner Planning
Commission will hold a public
hearing for a variance of a set
back requirement on the
property at 230 Rock St. The
hearing will be on Monday,
September 8, 1980 at 7:30 p.m.
at Heppner City Hall.
John Shaw
Chairman
Published: August 28, .1980
NOTICE OF HEARING
HEARING
The Heppner Planning
Commission will hold a public
hearing to consider an am
endment to Zoning Ordinance
No. 428. The request is to
change tax lot No. 3400,
located at the comer of Chase
and Skyline Drive, from zone
R-l to zone R-2. The hearing
will be Monday September 8,
1980 at 7:30 p.m. at Heppner
City Hall. John Shaw
Chairman
Published: August 28. 1980
HEARING NOTICE
MORROW COUNTY will hold
a Public Hearing in the matter
of the vacation of Martin
Prairie Road, County Road
No. 608, at 10 a.m. September
17, 1980 in the office of the
Morrow County Court, Hepp
ner, Oregon.
Published: August 21,28; Sept.
4.11.1980.
To Jerry's Mobil and Les
Schwab Tires: Thank you for
the very nice belt buckle you
donated for the open-calf
roping.
Dick Hoffman
Thanks to Dr. Wolff, Dr.
Gifford and staff at Pioneer
Memorial for the excellent
care and concern shown to me
and my family during my
recent hospitalization. Special
thanks to all my friends for the
prayers, visits and cards over
the weeks.
Ray Panter
Thank you for all the cards
sent to me during my recent
illness. They were sincerely
appreciated.
Helen M. Heideman
8-28-lc
Our most sincere thanks to
all of those who cared enough
to acknowledge by calls,
foods, visits and contributions
at the time of our grief. May
God bless each and everyone.
Sheri Klinger, Annetta
Winger, Victor Klinger, Mr.
and Mrs. Bill Klinger. 8-28-lc
Would like to thank all our
relatives and friends for all
the cards, flowers and phone
calls sent to Juanita while she
was in the Providence Hospit
al. A big thanks to Debbie and
Hans and Dale for looking
after our trailer.
Mike, Juanita (Matlock)
Ignowski
8-28-lc.
High school students from
lone, girl or boy, interested in
writing sport news for the
Heppner Gazette-Times
Good opportunity for someone
interested in journalism, or
wanting to learn to write
sports news.
Call the Gazette-Times for
more- Information (764)228.
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. .All Classifications are Num
bered and Appear in Numeri
cal Order.
Business Opportunities 9
Cards of Thands 1
Cars & Trucks 22
Farm Equipment 11
Farm Produce 12
Farm Land 24
Fuel 17
Furniture & Appliances 18
Help Wanted 4
Home & Garden 2fi
Livestock & Poultry 10
Lost & Found 3
Miscellaneous 14
Mobile Homes 20
Motorcycles 19
Musical 15 -
Notices 2
Pasture Feed 13
Pets 25
Real Estate 2:1
Rentals 7
Seed Grain r,
Services "
. Sporting Equipment Hi
.Trailers & Campers 2!
Wanted f
Work Wanted 5
Yard Sales 28
WANTED: Display or jewel
ery cases for retail items.
567-8221. 8-21 -2c.
WANTED: Opening week
deer season, hunting privil
eges on private ranch, for
small party in exchange for
using Sun River vacation
home. Call 1-246-7507 eves.
8-28-4C
EVERGREEN TERRACE
APARTMENTS New 2 bed room
apartments for rent.
Call676-51"0. 3-13-tfc.
Apartments for rent in Hep
pner. 422-7579.
7-31 -tfcf
'2 Bedroom Apartment in
Lexington. 276-6065 after 5. t
4-24-tfc.
One-bedroom duplex with
some furniture. Water and
garbage paid. 375 E. Matlock -676-9105.
8-28-2C.
FOR RENT:3-bedroom
mobile home set up on lot. Call
676-5516. 8-28-2C.
OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT.
876-9621. 8-14-tfc.
Truck driver for harvest. Can
furnish own truck. F600 12'
bed with hoist. 422-7531.
8-7-4tc
Hauling and home mainten
ance. Plumbing-remodeling
roofing. No job too small. Free
estimates. 422-7531.
7- 24-1 fc
Planning a wedding? The
Gazette-Times has many
beautiful invitations for you to
choose from. Stop by and look
over our pleasing selection.
8- 14-tfs
You can order your personal
ized rubber stamp or business
cards from the Gazette
Times. Standard rubber
stamps also available. 8-14-tfs.
3
9 Buiinau CtfKMlunitos
HEPPNER BOWLING
ALLEY for sale. If interested,
call 376-KWO. 8-14-4C
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lock & Poultry 1
WILL RUY HORSES-any1
kind Phone 5fi7-6(M"5, Hormis-1
ton. tfc. ,
1 1 Farm Equipment
STEEL BUILDINGS by Chris
Construction Company. For
immediate delivery, 50 ft.
wide by 60 ft. long, 14 ft to
eves, steel building by Scafco
American. Also 24 ft. by 24 ft.
garage, We will order steel
buildings to your specificat
ions. Phone 562-5006. 8-28-1 tc
12 Farm Produce
SWEET CORN 75 cents a
dozen. Order in adance. 676
9760 evenings. 8-28-lp
We buy. sell and trade - New
and I sed (inns.
Coast to Coast. Heppner'
8-2H-tfe 1
17 Fuel
Firewood. Buy now and save"
$50 per cord. 422-7531. "''
7-24-tfc '
For Sale: Mobile Home. 1977
Broadmore. 2 bdrm, 2 bath,
, . .j i '.'
central air. Lcairu un larpe
city lot. fenced back yard withJ
storage shed. Assumable loan.
$13,900 plus option on lot. Call'''
676-M4
8-7-tfc
-20-For Sale: 1969 12 x 70
Broadmore Mobile Home.
Weatherhead included. Phone
989-8521. 8-2I-4C.
22 Cars & Trucks
Sl'RPU'S JEEPS. CARS.
TRICKS
Available thru Government
agencies, many sell for under
$200. Call (602 ) 94I-80Z5, EXT.
No. 34. on how to obtain your
surplus directory. 8-21-3n
1976 Chev Blazer. Excellent
Cond. V8 at P S. Air. Many
extras 676-9944.
8-7-tfc
3 acres of mountain property
with water & electricity &
fence. $8,500. A mountain ,
.home with 6 acres water,
electricity, full deck with-good
view. 38,500. 676-5348.
7-3-tfC
Four-plex in Lexington Must
sell. 276-6065 after 5 p.m.
Terms available. $:I5,00().
6-19-tfc
25 Pets
Only two left - BEAUTIFUL
Red Daschund Puppies. One
male, one female. Call 989
8194 8-14-tfs.
SELL Wim CLASSIFIEDS
,676-922
La Grande Livestock
JohnB.Kirby
MARKET REPORT THURSDAY, AUGUST 21. 1980
CATTLE SALABLE 523
STEERS
Under 300 lbs. 78.00 - 83.00
30010 400 lbs. 77.00 - 80.00
400 to 500 lbs. 75.00-78.00
500 to 600 lbs. 74.00 - 77.00
600 to 700 lbs. 72.00 - 74.00
700 to 800 lbs 72.00-75.00
Over 800 lbs. 66.00 70.00
Plain 58.00 - 64.00
HEIFERS Still running $8 to $10 lower than steers.
Commercial & Utility Cows 45.00 - 49.00
Canners & Cutters 39.00 - 44.00
Bulls 55.00 - 59.00
HOGS SALABLE 40
Fat hogs 47.00-48.50
Weaners 14.00
Sows 38.00 - 41.75
Roars 21.00 - 26 00
Lambs 57.50 - 61.25
HORSES SALABLE 9 l"-"-00
Under 1000 lbs. 23.25-37.50
Over 1000 lbs. 39 (H)
There were 31 buyers and 72 consignors representing 7
counties at Thursday's market.
..Market Trend: Cows were in good demand with feeders also
selling readily. We were lacking in real good quality. Some of
the buyers went home with no cattle. A larger run of cattle
next week should help the market.
..Next Sale: Thursday. August 28 at 12:30 p.m. We are
expecting a good run of cattle.
Thank you. John B. Kirby
La Grande Livestock - A Powder River Equipment Dealer
j-ati
Bob Harris, Broker
676-9015
Heppner, OR. 97836
See this well kept, 2,000
sq. ft, full bsmt, 3-bdrm.
Has 2 fireplaces, elctr.
heat, rumpus room, 2-car
shop-garage, 2-level yard,
fruit, garden. An extra
good buy at only $55,000. An
excellent Ore. Vet. home.
r
Nicely remodeled roomy
2-bedroom with large livmg
room, elect, heat. Earth
wood heater, w-w carpet.
Only $25,000.
3 Bdrm Heppner home on a
big lot. Has alum, insulated
siding, gas furnace, newer
garage-shop. $8,000 down,
contract balance.
4 Acre timbered hideaway I
for summer home. Has '
road and elect, available.
$13,200.
5 Acres near Heppner with
road and elect, fronting.
Asking $9,500. Term offer
considered.
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Vine Rip' Produce
TomutoeH ,l triitH lb; Fick
ling Cucumbers, 12 cent lb;
Contelope, 15 frills lb; Fresh
Dill, 10 cents a tttulk.
We nls luive Watermelon.
Hot St Green Peppers, Winter
S(uash oiid Pumpkins. We sell
a pound or a truck lottd.Over
nighters welcome. Located 1
mile south of Hcrmiston on
llwy. 395. Wutch for our
U Piek sifins. Bring boxes.
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