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    FOl'R-The Heppner Gazette-Times, Heppner, Oregon, Thursday, September 25, 19H0
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Open 8:30 a.m. 5 p.m. Aon.Fri. 676-9228
Pope honors four
priests of Diocese
Four priests of the Baker
Diocese of the Roman Cnthnlic
Church have been mimed by
Pope John. Paul its honorary
prelates of His Holiness with
the title of Reverend Monsig
nor. Bishop Connolly announ
ced last week.
The priests are Fathers
Raymond H. Beard. John
Phelan, William Stone and
Charles Grant.
Word of the appointments
was received through the
office of the apostolic delegate
in the U.S. No date has been
scheduled for the Mass of
Investiture.
Father Beard, pastor of St.
Mary's Parish. Wasco, is a
native of Oregon, He attended
St. Francis Academy, Baker,
and then St. Edward Sem
inary. Kenmore. Wash. He
was ordained June 7. 1941, at
St. Francis Cathedral, Baker,
by Bishop Joseph McGrath.
Assignments have included St.
Francis Parish. Milton -Free-water:
St. Patrick's Parish.
Heppner: and St. Pius X
Parish in Klamath Falls.
Father Phelan, pastor of St.
Joseph Pal ish, Prineville, was
horn in Ireland. After atlend
inc the seminary at St.
Koran's College, Kilkenny, he
was ordained June B, 1941.
Among his assignments were
also St, Francis of Assisi,
Milton Freewater.
Father Stone, pastor of St.
Peter Parish. The Dalles, was
born in Athena. He went to
school in The Dalles, graduat
ing from St. Mary's Academy.
He attended St. Edward
Seminary, Kenmore. He was
ordained June 4, 1943. at The
Dalles. He, also, has been a
pastor of St. Francis Parish.
Milton-Freewnter.
Father Grant, chancellor of
the Diocese, was born and
reared at LaGrande. He
graduated from Columbia
Prep. Portland, and the Uni
versity of Portland. He att
ended Mt. Angel Seminary
and was ordained at Our Ijidy
of the Valley Parish. La
Grande, on Mav 25. 19.18.
O Lexington news
Delpha Jones 9S9-S1S9
Krebs named 1901
budget chairman
County Commissioner Dor
othy Krebs has been named
chairman of the county budget
committee for 19H1, county
Judge Don McEIligott said
last week.
Krebs was named chairman
at the Sept. 17 meeting of the
commissioners She will be up
for election, unopposed, on
November 4
Med. Services
Council to meet
A meeting of the East
Central Oregon Emergency
Medical Services Council, Dis
trict 12. will be held at the St.
Anthony Hospital Auditorium
in Pendleton on Tuesday,
October 14. at 7 p.m.
Hems on the agenda include:
-Blue Mountain Community
College Training Center
Project :
--Federal Grant Program
Status;
-Proposed Emergency
Medical Services Founding
Bill:
-Oregon Administrative
Rule Revisions:
--Ambulance Service - Five
Year Plans
--EmerKenev Medical Tech
nician Class and Instructor
Approval Denial.
other business at the
17 meeting the commiss-
In
Sept
ion :
- appointed Roiwrt McKin
ley, Boardman, to the county
hospital board. McKinley is
the director of public safety
for the city of Boardman.
- hired Dan Scott. Salem, as
the county's professional
labor negotiator. Scott has
lieen negotiator for the county
for the past two years. He was
hired this year for a salary of
$45 per hour plus exerises.
Boardman man
appointed to
medical board
The Pioneer Hospital Board
of Directors appointed Robert
Burford. Boardman, to the
North Morrow Medical Center
Board of Directors at their
regular meeting last Tuesday
night
In other business the board
received the I9H( audit, and
will study the document for a
month
SIU WITH CLASSIFIEDS
676-9228
Sunday of last week found
the family of Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Yoeom at the Oregon Odd
fellow Home In Portland, to
USL-ncn introduces
legislation to
restrict fed.
ted ccq-kttbn
Oregon Congressman Al
Ullman said recently he plans
to hold hearings in the 2nd
District on his legislation to
restrict federal land acquisit
ions. "This measure is aimed at
correcting the situation exist
ing today in which federal
agencies unnecessarily
acquire private land, thus
removing it from the tax
rolls," said Ullman.
"Land acquisitions by fed
eral agencies follow no over
all policy and. often, the
acquisitions cause maximum
friction with local authorities
and residents," Ullman said.
Ullman's legislation (H R.
R14I) would :
- Establish uniform policies,
procedures and restrictions to
lie followed by federal agen
cies before considering ac
quiring private lands.
- Require an opportunity for
public hearings in which the
proposed acquisition is thor
oughly examined
Require an exchange of
equivalent lands for the lands
proposed to be acquired on the
request of the local authorities
in areas where more than 50
per cent of the land is already
owned by the federal govern
ment - Provide local authorities
and private landowners with a
clear, impartial and consis
tent process of appeal of
unnecessary land acquisit
ions Reimburse costs and legal
fees incurred by landowners
in any action for condemnat
ion in which the federal
agency has not complied with
the basic procedures.
Require periodic reports
and closer Congressional
oversight and review of future
federal acquisition activities.
Ullman said the schedule of
hearing dates has not been set,
but said fie plans the local
bearing particularly in those
counties where the vast
ma jonly of the land already is
owned by the federal government.
Duofold Underwear
Boots Wool Socks
Hunting Caps
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help celebrate the birthday of
Mr. Yocom's grandfather,
Samuel Joseph L, Brock's
tooth birthday.
The day was enjoyable from
the beginning to the evening
with a tour of the home, dinner
at fi pm, and greetings
throughout the day which
included greetings from Pres
ident Carter, Oregon ' State
Governor Atiyeh and many
others.
Mr. Brock was born in
Illinois and lived there with
his parents until the death of
his father. The family then
moved to Oregon and settled
in Sherman County where his
mother took out a IfiO acre
homestead and she and her
children farmed Mr, Brock
and his brother were the
helpmates until the other
members were old enough to
assist their mother. He mar
ried l-ena Spoon and they
continued living in Sherman
county. After her death he
moved to the Oddfellow retire
ment home in Portland He
and Mrs. Brock had been
memlers of the Oddfellow and
Relwkah lodges for over 50
years at the time of her death
' Going from Morrow County
to the celebration were Mr.
and Mrs, Joe Yoeom and their
children. Marie and Mildred,
and Mr. and Mrs Eddie
Gunderson From Pendleton
were Iebra Jones and two
children Congratulations " to
Mr Brock from his friends in
Morrow County.
Carol Krmantroul is at
home after major surgery.,
recently al St Anthony C
Hospital in Pendleton
Mike Peck is living this
winter with his grandparents.
Mr, and Mrs Henry G Peck,
and is attending school in
Heppner
Mr. and Mrs Irvin Ranch
were recent visitors at Vic
toria. BC They flew there
from Portland
Mr. and Mrs. C C, Jones
were callers at the Dewie
lvelace home in Ontario
overnight last week, taking
Mr Uivelaces' mother there
for a short visit. She makes
her home in Yakima. Wash .
and has h-en visiting at the
Jones' home.
Mrs Venire Hendricksoi
spent a couple of davs lasP
week in Pendleton at the home
of her daughter and family,
Mr and Mrs Dale Chick
I-exington Grunge met for
their regular meeting with
Master Barbara Cutsforth in
the chair Plans were discuss
ed for fall activities, and
birthday cake was served to
those with birthdays in Sept
ernlxT IM Piper showed
slides of mountain pictures
which were greatly enjoyed. A
pot luck dinner was en joyed
yfr) earlier in the evening
y-4, Holly Rebekah ldge
U i on i nursoay evening tor tneir
regular meeting Plans were
further discussed for fall
activities which include a
series of 5 card parties which
start this F'riday. Sept 27.
( Wr) 'Jr'('s w'" R,vt'n od
J refreshments served at each
parly with a grand prize at the
met
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& Coats
Flannel Shirts
Sweatshirts
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EVERYTHING
BUT THE DEER!!
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nans were maoe lor a
Hunter Food Sale which will
be held Friday. Oct 3. in
I'xinglon. Further business
was the action of the group for
the lodge to meet during the
winter months at 2 p.m. on
Thursday afternoons This
will begin the first meeting in
Oct.. the second. All officers
are urged to be present at the
meetings, and members are
asked to please attend and
lake part, the lodge is for all
Hie members and the lodge
needs the attendance of its
members
Ginger O'Brien is a patient
in SI Anthony's hospital in
Pendleton recuperating from
injuries received from an
accident while rounding up
cattle at their ranch home.
Mr and Mrs. Gene Majeske.
her parents, are caring for the
children while she is confined,
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth
Marshall have returned after
a short vacation.
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