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FOL'RTEKN-The Heppner Gaiette-Times, Heppner. Oregon. Thursday, November 10.
1980
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PUBLIC NOTICES
NOTICE TO INTERESTED
PERSONS
No. 1841
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE STATE OF OREGON
FOR THE COUNTY OF
MORROW,
PROBATE DEPARTMENT
Estate of: VIRGINIA
SMITH, deceased.
Probate proceedings in the
estate of VIRGINIA SMITH ,
deceased, are now pending in
the above entitled court,
wherein Charles Carlson, the
undersigned, has been ap
pointed 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 under
signed at the following ad
dress now designated as the
place for the presentation of
claims, to-wit: Winter &
Sweeney, 471 N. Main, Hepp
ner, 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
attorney(s) who is (are)
WINTER & SWEENEY, 471
N. Main, Heppner, Oregon
97836, phone 676-9456.
Charles Carlson,
Personal Representative
lone, Oregon 97843
Phone 422-7285
Published: November 20, 27,
December 4, 1980
PUBLIC NOTICE
ATTENTION
WATER USERS
Insulate your water meters
for the winter months. You
may use gunny sacks, insulat
ion, old rags in plastic bags,
etc. Please do not use sawdust
or bark. If you have had frozen
pipes in the past, it is
advisable to let a faucet run at
i a fast drip during extremely
cold weather. Any damages
resulting from frozen water
meters that have not- been
insulated will be repaired at
the owners' expense. You will
be billed a minimum until the
meters'are read again the last
of March 1981. Thank you
Earl Papineau
Water Supt.
City of Heppner
Published: November 6, 13,
20, 1980.
NOTICE TO
INTEREST PERSONS
No. 1843
In the Circuit Court of the
State of Oregon for the County
of Morrow, Probate Depart
ment. In the Matter of the Estate
of HOMER WILLIAM
HUGHES, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given that
MARY KAY BELLAMY has
been appointed as the Per
sonal Representative of the
above estate and has qualif
ied. All persons having claims
. against the estate are requir
ed to present the same, with
vouchers and duly verified, to
the undersigned personal rep-
'resentative at: 710 S.W. Third
Avenue, Portland, Oregon
97204 within four (4) months
after the date of first public
ation of this notice, as stated
below, or they may be barred.
Rights of persons interest in
the estate may be affected by
the above proceedings. Addit
ional information may be
obtained from the records of -
the above named Court, the
Personal Representative, or
the attorneys for the Personal
Representative.
Dated and first published
November 20, 1980
Mary Kay Bellamy
Personal Representative
Route 1, Box 42
Echo, Oregon 97826
John C. Mangelsdorf
Gleason, Scarborough,
Trammell & Hannon
Attorneys at Law, P.C.
710 S.W. Third Avenue
Portland, Oregon 97204
Attorneys for Personal
Representative
Published: Nov. 20, 27. Dec 4,
I960
(CLAsslFIEE
) PUBLIC KOnCESj y
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
ACT UPON AN ORDINANCE
TO AMEND ORDINANCE
80-9 TO ISSUE PORT OF
MORROW POLLUTION CON
TROL REVENUE BONDS.
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby
given that the Board of Port
Commissioners of the Port of
Morrow will meet on the 11th
day of December, 1980, at 200
Nelson Square, Boardman,
Oregon at 1:00 p.m. for the
purpose of acting upon an
ordinance amending and fix
ing certain terms of ordinance
80-9 for the issuance of not to
exceed $7,000,000 Port of Mor
row Pollution Control Reven
ue Bonds, (Pacific Northwest
Generating Company Project)
of the Port of Morrow, Oregon.
This notice is published
pursuant to the requirements
of ORS 777.565.
By order of the Board of
Port Commissioners dated the
18th day of November, 1980.
Gene L. Allen, Secretary
Board of Port Commissioners
Port of Morrow, Oregon
Published: Nov. 20, 27, 1980
PROPOSALS REQUESTED
INSURANCE AGENT
OF RECORD
Morrow County School Dis
trict, Box 368, Lexington,
Oregon is requesting propos
als for an "Agent of Record"
to service the District's need
for insurance and bonds.
The appointment will be for
a three-year term com
mencing January 1, 1981.
Appointment will be deter
mined by the applicant's
experience and services pro
vided. Interested firms should con
tact Mr. Matthew Doherty,
Morrow County School Dis
trict, Box 368, Lexington,
Oregon 97839, for outline of
specific information request
ed. Phone 989-8202.
Written proposals must be
received at the School District
Office in Lexington no later
than 1:00 p.m. on Thursday,
December 11, 1980.
The Morrow County School
Board reserves the right to '
accept or reject any or all
proposals and waive any
informalities.
Published: Nov. 20, 1980
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE STATE OF OREGON
FOR THE COUNTY OF
MORROW
Case No. 184
CITATION
In the Matter of the Adopt
ion of
JASON THOMAS DIXON, a
minor child.
TO: Walter Archie Dixon
IN THE NAME OF THE
STATE OF OREGON, you are
hereby cited and required to
appear in the Circuit Court of
the State of Oregon for the
County of Morrow, at Court
room No. 204 thereof. Morrow
County Courthouse, Heppner,
Oregon, within four (4) weeks
of the date of first publication
of this Citation, to then and
there show cause, if any there
be, why a Decree of Adoption
should not be made as
requested in the Petition for
the adoption of Jason Thomas
Dixon, a minor, which Petition
has heretofore been filed in
this cause.
WITNESS the Honorable
Jack F. Olsen, Judge of the
Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon, County of Morrow,
with the seal of said Court
affixed this 6th day of Novem
ber, 1980.
ATTEST:
Barbara Bloodsworth, Clerk
By: Debora Palmer
Deputy
First Publication: Novem
ber 20, 1980
Last Publication: Decem
ber 11, 1980 "
Published: Nov. 20, 27, Dec. 4,
11, 1980
LW COLUMBIA
LIVESTOCK EXCHANGE IKC.
Ccmpbfo & profitcbSs
livestock msrketing service.
511 Iked of Ccttla
Cessment:
Steer Calves Steady &
Under Pressure All Yearlings Steady; Quality
Cattle Steady Plain Cattle Under Pressure;
Butcher Cows Weaker Bulls Steady.
Upcoming 23rd Annuel VVcsco Co.
Livestock Assn. Feeder $ds 11-24-COlJ
Sole Every Friday 1 p.m.
ROSS EVERY, AUCTlOIHIit
K0CKY WEED, MGR.
New Yard Phone No.r5C3- 29S4464
Home Phone
ioX & G.diii MMi
Joint Production Sale
Saturday, Nov. 29, 12:C0 Noon
At the Bill Cox Ranch
HS1MBT0SLOSEGON
SELLING 82 LOTS OF REGISTERED ANGUS
2 Year Old Bulb, Bull Calves, Heifer Calves
and Bred Heifers. For More Information Call:
5039894535 or 567-5451.
0
PUBUC NOTICES
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE STATE OF OREGON
FOR THE COUNTY OF
MORROW
No. 6474
STATE OF OREGON, Acting
by and through the Director of
Veterans' Affairs,
Plaintiff,
v.
GAYLORD B. LOVELAND
and LEALA M. LOVELAND,
husband and wife.
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
By virtue of an Execution
issued out of the above entitled
Court in the above entitled
cause to me directed and
dated the 6th day of Novem
ber, 1980, based upon a
Judgment rendered and en
tered in said Court on the 17th
day of October, 1980, in favor
of the State of Oregon, Acting
by and through the Director of
Veterans' Affairs, command
ing me to make sale of the
following described real and
personal property, to-wit:
Lot 16. Block 17 in Block 1,
Osterkamp's Addition to
the City of Irrigon, Section
25, Township 5 North,
Range 26, E.W.M., Mor
row County, Oregon;
together with the following
described mobile home which
is firmly affixed to the
property:
1979 Kingswood, 24 x 52,
Serial No. 8022
to satisfy a judgment against
defendants, Gaylord B. Love
land and Leala M. Loveland,
for the sum of $45,152.69,
together with interest on
$45,152.69 at 9 percent per
annum from date of judgment
until paid, and for plaintiff's
costs and disbursements
incurred herein in the amount
of $52.50.
NOW, THEREFORE, by
virtue of said Execution and
Judgment and in compliance
with the command of said
Writ, I will on the 18th day of '
December, 1980, at 10:00 a.m.
at the front door of the Morrow
County Courthouse, Heppner,
Morrow County Oregon, sell at
public auction and subject to
redemption to the highest
bidder for cash in hand all of
the right, title and interest
which the above named de
fendants had on the 17th day of
October, 1980, the date of the
Judgment, and thereafter had
in and to the above described
real and personal property or
any part or portion thereof, to
satisfy said Execution and
Judgment and interest, costs
and accruing costs.
DAD
Active; Heifer Calves-
J
5034S3-2315
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PUBLIC NOTICES
DATED at Heppner, Ore
gon, this 18th day of Novem
ber, 1980.
LARRY D. FETSCH . Sheriff
By Pauline Winter
Deputy
Publishing newspaper:
Heppner Gazette-Times
Date of first publication:
November 20, 1980
Date of last publication:
December 11, 1980
Published: Nov. 20, 27, Dec. 4,
11. 1980
PUBLIC HEARING
The Morrow County Plan
ning Commission will hold a
public hearing Monday, Dec
ember 1, 1980 at 7:30 p.m. at
the A C. Houghton School in
Irrigon, Oregon.
Matters to be discussed at
this hearing are:
1. Application for a re
hearing by the Boeing Aircraft
Co. of Seattle, Washington for
a change of Zone and amend
ment of the Morrow County
Zoning Ordinance, maps and
Comprehensive Plan of 1,700
acres of land located West of
the Tower Road interchange
and between the Columbia
River and State Highway 1-84
Township 4 North Ranges 23 &
24 - sections or portions
thereof..8,& 9, 13, 14, 15, 1G, 17,
18, 19, 20, 21 -Tax Lots 100, 102,
106, 200 & 300 for change of
Zone from Exclusive Farm
Use to Industrial (M-G).
2. Application of the
landowners of the unincorpor
ated area around the City of
Irrigon to change the zoning of
that area from two acre to one
acre zoning.
This area includes from the
Patterson Ferry road East to
the Umatilla line and from the
Columbia River South to the
boundary line of Tax Code
area 10-1, excepting the City of
Irrigon.
Interested persons are in
vited to attend the hearing and
express their views. Written,
signed statements will be
considered. Reasons for ap
proval or disapproval should
be included in oral or written
statements. Written response
to the above must be received
by the Planning Department -Box
541 - Heppner, Oregon
97836, prior to November 28,
1980.
Gene Trumbull, Chairman
Morrow County Planning
. Commission
Published: November 13, and
20. 1980.
La Grande Livestock
John B. Kirby
MARKKT REPORT - THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 19K0
CATTLE SALABLE 1210
STEERS
Under 300 lbs.
300 to 400 lbs.
400 to 500 lbs.
500 to 600 lbs
600 to 700 lbs.
700 to 800 lbs.
Over 800 lbs
Plain
HEIFERS
There is still a $10 to $12 spread between steers and heifers.
Commercial & Utility Cows
Canners & Cutters
Bulls
HOGS SALABLE Too few
SHEEP SALABLE Too few
HORSES SALABLE
OverlOOOlbs.
There were 41 buyers
seven counties at today's market.
Market Trend: Feeder
were slow. As the interest rate goes up, the feeders go down,
when the interest rate goes down, feeders will no doubt take a
big jump. All classes of cows held steady with last week.
NEXT SALE: THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 20
We will not have a sale Thanksgiving week
Thank you, '
John B. Kirby
La Grande Livestock, Powder River Equipment Dealer
PUBLIC NOTICES
Due to the additional work
involved in the Home Owners
Property Tax Relief Program.
passed by the 1979 State
Legislature, the Morrow
(ountv 19X0-81 Tax State
ments will be late.
Tax pavers will be allowed
I I business days from the date
of mailing to receive the
discount or avoid interest. Be
sure to check the notice
enclosed with your statements
for the exact discount date. IT
WILL NOT BE NOV. ISth.
The 1979 State Legislature
also amended ORS 311.505
eliminating the 4th (Aug. ISth)
payment option. A new three
installment system will be
used for the 19X0-81 tax year,
instead of the 4 installment
system used ln previous
years.
We will be happy to answer
any questions you might have.
Phone 676-9621.
MargoSherer
Morrow County Tax Collector
Published Nov. 6. 13. 20. 19X0.
BUDGET COMMITTEE
MEETING
A public meeting of the
Budget Committee of the Port
of Morrow will be held at 7:00
p.m., December 2, 1980, in
Room 17, Nelson Square,
Boardman, Oregon. At this
time, the supplemental budget
message and the proposed
supplemental budget will be
presented to the budget com
mittee for its consideration. A
copy of the proposed budget
will be available at the Port of
Morrow office, Nelson Square,
Boardman, Oregon, anyone
may discuss the budget, in
whole or in part, with the
budget committee.
E.S.Toadvin
Budget Officer
Published: November 20, 1980
Help Wanted 4
KOAKOMAN CORRES
PONDENT - Community or
iented person wanted to write
Boardman-area news for the
Gazette-Times. No experience
necessary.
Call 1-676-9228 for more infor
mation. Final applications are being
taken for position of grounds
custodian at Heppner High
School and Elementary
School. Applications may be
secured at either the Flemen
tary or High School. 11 20 2c.
15c a word
( 1 0-word minimum)
72.00-74.00
73.00-75.00
74.00.76.00
72.00-74.00
71.00-73.00
68.00-70.00
67.00-70.00
59.00-65.00
44.00-46.00
33.00-38.00
52.00 -60.00
to test the market.
to test the market.
40.00-44.00
and 92 consignors representing
Cattle, both yearlings and calves
Help Wanted 4
Independent contracto to
inspect homes and businesses
for insurance purposes. Must
provide own camera and car.
Perfect for fireman or semi
retired. Reply, to Mr. Foote,
. P.O. Box 1316 Lynnwood,
Wash. 98036. ll-20-2c.
WANTED: Retired couple to
live in funeral home. Utilities,
apartment rent free. Salary in
exchange for light custodial,
work. Reply - P.O. Box 325,
Pendleton. 11-20-tc.
MINE CORRESPONDENT -
K'ommunity oriented person
wanted to write lone-area
Inews for the Gazette-Times.
No experience necessary. Call
J76-9228 for more information
Services 8
676-9137 WU:PPNKR
Ht KIIOE SIJH VICE
Die liTicnliiiii Hitches
Kr;n aling
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beautiful invitations for you to
choose from. 'Stop by and look
over our pleasing selection.
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without obligations. Blue
Mountain Energy Sa vers, Box
582, Lexington.
CARL MARQUARDT. agent.
9X9-8476. .11 I3-4C.
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RINSE-N-VAC: See us for all
your carpet cleaning supplies.
Coast to Coast, Heppner,
9-4-tfc,
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cards from the Gazette
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67692
73 PONTIAC LEMANS
4 Dr., AT., AC, Loral Owners
Chilli
73 FORD COURIER
4 up. Pickup
17X FORI) F250 4x2
4 sp. Nice Unit
Farley Mota&Co.
Sell Your Unused Renin Wllh))
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Rentals 7
FOR RENT: Two bedroom
duplex with carport. Electric
heat, two blocks from High
School. Cull 567-8232 or 676
5197. 1 1 20 tfc.
-BEDROOM duplex with
riuwv rua
Fill CTVl lfuMistfl
9
One bedroom furnished
apartment. Garbage and
water furnished, no children
or pets. $90. Herman Green,
670-9171. ll-2o-2p.
FOR KENT: Two bedroom
house in lone Couple prefer
red, no pets. See the house
Wed. and Thurs. on Cherry St
across from school. Or call
567-8179 or 567-6241. U -20 tc.
Appartments for rent in lone.
422-7579. 10-3O tfc.
For Hent:Two bedroom fur
nished apt. Water and gar
bage service furnished. No
children or pets. $140 Herman
Green. 676-1117 1. 11 13 tp.
EVERGREEN TERRACE
APARTMENTS New, two
bedroom apartments for rent.
Call 676-5I20. 3-13 tfc.
FOR KENT - 2 bedroom
apartments in Iexington. Call
days 676-94.r). eves. 676-9623. 9
-18-tfc
For rent on 6-month lease,
small two bedroom unfurnish
ed house. Fenced yard. Washer-dryer
hookup. $135 month
first, last and $100 deposit.
Available Nov. 5, 676-9015.
iO-30-Sc.
Livestock &
Poultry 10 1
WILL BUY
kind. Phone
iston. tfc.
HORSES - any
567-6065, Herm-
IMMEDIATE X
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HURRY THIS ONE
WON'T LAST
Mlxelhneom M
10 in. Sears Craftsman radial
saw, $250. 989-8586, 11-20-lC.
FOR SALE: Girls 20 inch
bike, excellent condition; 4
drawcr Singer sewing ma
chine cabinet Call after 6 p rW
676-B247. 11 13 4c.
FOR SALE: Cable TV merri
iM'rship, $95. Call 676 5X
after 5:30. II 20-lc.
Spotting
Equipment 16
We buy, scll'tind trade - New
and Used Guns. Coast to
Coast, Heppner, 8 28 tfc.
Trailers &
Campers 21
Eight ft by 35 ft trailer house,
good condition, 676 5853.
It 20-lp.
Cars & Trucks 22
1972 PINTO, engine Has Just
been tuned, almost new tires,
21 mpg.. $795 Call Pastor Dan
Adds. 676-5225. No Friday
evening or Saturday calls.
II 20 tfc.
II.I.P.S, ( AK.S, TRUCKS
Available through govern
inent agencies, Many sell for
under $2iN).'Call 602-941-H014.
ext. 355 for your directory on
hnw to purchase
Real Estate 23
THREE ACRES of mountain
property with water, elec
tricity and fence, $8,5X). A
mountain home with 6 acres,
water, electricity, full deck
with good view, $:)ll,500 . 676
5:iH. 7-3 tfc.
Spacious 5 Bedroom, Family
Room, Full Finished Base
ment, Fireplace, Carpeting,
Energy Efficient l-nox Heat
Pump. On Large Corner Lot.
$55,000, By Appointment Only.
Call 989 -HI 50 afler 5. 10 16-tfc.
Pets 25
FREE: Half Manx kittens.
Make good pels and mousers.
67115594 1 1 -20-lp.
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