Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current, December 11, 1980, Page FOURTEEN, Image 14

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    FOURTEEN-The Heppner Gaiette-Tlmes, Heppner, Oregon, Thursday, December 11. 1980
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Francis Stack
There are some new faces in the area.
Francis Stack, 38, is the new pharmacist at Murray's Drug
in Heppner. He comes to Heppner from Eugene where he
worked for several large stores and also owned his own..drug
store for six years.
Francis and his wife, Karen, have four children, Michelle,
14, Dara, 13, Sean, 11, and Jason, 6. Karen (Lundell) is a
native of lone.
Francis has a degree in pharmacy from the University of
Montana, and a degree from Pacific Lutheran University.
Karen, also a Pacific Lutheran graduate, is a medical
technologist.
Francis is originally from Montana and lived in Eugene 12
years.
Chamber hears Christmas songs
nominates board
The Heppner Chamber of
Commerce was serenaded
with Christmas songs during
its weekly luncheon Tuesday.
The singing class from
Heppner Elementary was on
hand to lend a Christmas
atmosphere to the weekly
luncheon by performing sev
eral numbers.
Nominations for the Cham
ber of Commerce board of
directors were also made at
the Tuesday luncheon.
Fred Toombs, John Ed
mundson, Jim Farley. Ron
McDonald, David Sykes and
Bob Harris were nominated to
the nine-member board.
Confirmation of the nomin
ations will be made at next
week's meeting.
Justice Court at the Morrow
County Courthouse in Heppner
handled the following cases
the past week:
Keith Jolliff, 2700 S.W.Good
win, Apt. B, Pendleton, no
fixed load license $29 bail
forfeited;
Ken Maynard Gates. Box
585, Blackhorse Rd., Lexing
ton, 2900 lb. tandem axle
overload (vehicle owned by
Norman J. Paullus, 233, Lin
den Way, Heppner) - $55 fine;
Charles Andrew Vandetta,
605 Morgan St. Heppner, 2200
lb. group axle overload (ve
hicle owned by Andy Van
detta, Box 771. Heppner) - $15
fine:
Jay Paul Gammond. 2812
S.W. Hailey, Pendleton. 2500
lb. group axle overload (ve
hicle owned by Morris Lank
ford, P.O. Box 444, Pilot Rock)
- $29 bail forfeited;
Timothy Kelly Winston, 1805
Winston Rd., Hood River, 900
lb. tandem axle overload
(vehicle owned by Campbell
Trucking, Inc.. 3330 Brookside
Rd., Hood. River) - $19 bail
forfeited;
Joseph Lee Zyph. Sr., ve
hicle overwidth (vehicle
owned by James T. and James
L. Lawhead. P.O. Box 254,
Pilot Rock) - $3 bail forfeit
ed; Clinton Earl Barber. P.O.
Box 112. Hwy. 244. Ukiah, 4800
lb. tandem axle overload
(vehicle owned by D.A. Sheff,
P.O. Box 128. Ukiah) - $75
fine;
John Weseley Herald. P.O.
Box 815. 552 S.W. Birch PI..
Pilot Rock. 3100 lb. tandem
axle overload (vehicle owned
by D.A. Sheff) - $55 fine;
Clifford Oren Ingram. 1720
Tucker Rd., Hood River, 900
lb. tandem axle overload
(vehicle owned by Campbell
Trucking. Inc.. Hood River) -$10
fine:
James Michael Stassen,
1807 W. Eugene, Hood River,
1500 lb. tandem axle overload
(vehicle owned by Campbell
Trucking, Inc.) - $10 fine;
James Ray Rollis, P.O. Box
275, Heppner, 2100 lb. tandem
axle overload (vehicle owned
by Norman J. Paullus) $22
fine;
Lonnie Wesley Randall,
148M Conway Ave., San Jose,
Calif., improper U-turn - $29
bail forfeited;
Gonsalo Ortiz Cerna. Star
Rt.. Box 32, Connell, Wash.,
exceeding maximum SDeed
(68 mph in a 55 mph speed
limit) - $55 bail forfeited;
Ronald Linn Wilhelm, 150.
Arcade St.. Lexington, ex
ceeding maximum speed (67
mph in a 55 mph speed limit ) -$22
fine:
Arthur Edward Hubbard,
4085 Bartlett Dr., Hood River,
no mud flaps - $6 fine;
Theodore Roy Enders, next
to Locust Trailer Court. P.O.
Box 280. Irrigon. illegal U-turn
- $14.
Public
Meetings
Thursday. Dec. 11
Lexington Fire Department.
Fire Hall. Lexington. 7:30
p.m.: Port of Morrow Com
mission, Port Office. Nelson
Square, Boardman. 1 p.m.
Friday. Dec. 12 - Social
Security Representative,
Neighborhood Center. 178
West Willow. Heppner. 10 a m.
to 12 noon.
Monday. Dec. 15 - lone
Planning Commission. City
Hall. lone, 7:30 p.m.; Morrow
County School Board. District
Office, Lexington, 8 p.m.
Wednesday, Dec. 17 - Mor
row County Court, Court
house. Heppner. 10 a.m.;
Pioneer Memorial Hospital
Board. Hospital. Heppner.
9:30 a.m.
Prices Good Today Thru December 24, 1980
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Applications taken for forest jobs , . ., 1 1
r ' Christmas tree permits available
Application forms are now
available for summer and
seasonal temporary employ-,
ment with the Umatilla Nat
ional Forest. The recruitment
period during which applica
tions will be accepted is Dec. 1
through Jan. 1!.
Approximately 125 positions
will be filled this year includ
ing field jobs as aids and
technicians in forestry, range,
engineering, and survey and
biological science. Applicants
must be 1R years of age on the
date they are available for
work in order to receive
consideration. Salaries range
from $4.30 per hour for GS-2
positions to $5.90 per hour for
GS-5.
According to a Forest Ser
vice news release, selections
for seasonal jobs will begin In
mid-February with some Jobs
starting in April. Employment
can last until Dec, 31, 1981. No
written examination is requir
ed for field positions, but some
jobs may require a driver's
license and-or a physical
fitness test. Education, avail
ability and experience will
determine chances for em
ployment. Applications are available
at the supervisor's office of
the Umatilla National Forest.
2517 S.W. Hailey Avenue,
Pendleton. Walin Walla Han
ger District, 1415 W. Hose.
Walla Walla, and Ranger
District Offices in Dale. Ukiah
and Heppner, Ore., and Pom
eroy, Wash.
Christmas trees will again
be available this year from the
Umatilla National Forest, an
nounced Herb Rudolph, For
es! Supervisor, Tree cutting!
for personal use may be done
on all five Hanger Districts. .
Permits, cutting sites, and
specific information may be
obtained from the various
Ranker district offices or from
the Forest Supervisor's office
in Pendleton.
Permits cost $2 per tree and
must be attached to the tree
when it is being transported
from the Forest.
The Pendleton and Pomeroy
offices will be open to issue
Christmas tree permits Sat
urdays, Dec. 6, 13, and 20 from
9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Permits may also be obtain
ed during the week from 7:45
a.m. to 4:30 pin. at the
Heppner, Dale, Pendleton,
Pomeroy, and Ukiah offices.
The vtyilla Walla District
will Issue permits only on the
weekends of Dec. fi and 7 and
13 and 14 at the Tailgate Guard
Stution from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
"Merry Christmas and
Happy New Year."
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SEASONABLE GOODS. LOANS COST IBSO FACED WITH THIS FACT
(WE ARE CLOSING THE HEWNER STORE
BLOUSES 3AC-2EQS
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TODDLER'S CLOTHES
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AFTER WHICH WE PECIM
TO SELL STORE FIXTURES!
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