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    TWO-The Heppnrr Gairtte-Tlmrs. Heppner. Oregon, Thursday, January 29, 1981
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U.S.P.& 240-00
Published evti y Thursday and entered as second-class
matter at the Post Office at Heppner. Oregon under the
Act of March 3. 1879. Second-class postage paid at
Heppner. Oregon.
Office at 147 West Willow Street. Telephone (S03)
678-9228
Address communications to the Heppner Gaxette
Times. P.O. Box 337. Heppner. Oregon 97836.
88 00 in Morrow. Umatilla. Wheeler & Gilliam counties;
$10 00 elsewhere.
David and April Hikoo Sykes, PvHhhm
EDITORIAL COMMENT
Anti-patriots
Just now when American pride and patriotism is running
high, a disturbing aspect of anti-patriotism has surfaced in
Heppner.
At 7:30 a.m. on Presidential Inauguaration Day, Tuesday,
Jan. 20. Jim Launer and Bob Blue of the Heppner American
Legion Post placed flags in all the holders along Main Street.
Later that day at least one business person, who, along with
most of the other business people has regularly paid a service
fee to the post for their annual flag service, telephoned post
officer Bob Blue to ask why there were no flags in the
brackets at her business.
She has now been told by Jim Launer that he definitely put
flags in place there, but that those flags were stolen. Launer
states 'There have been several flags stolen, several
brackets jerked down and several flags ripped apart during
the time I have worked here with the Legion Flag Service."
As we move into February, one of the months when
patriotic observations are noteworthy, is is sad to be
reporting that not everyone in this community seems to
respect the flag which symbolizes these United States of
which most citizens are so proud. J.P.W.
Obituaries
Henry Bernard Gorger
IONE - Henry Bernard
Gorger, R9. of lone, died
January 23. 1981. in Heppner.
He was bom Oct. 18, 1891 in
St. Paul. Minnesota, the son of
William and Mary Landwiere
Gorger.
On June 20. 1921, he was
married to Sylvia McCarty in
"Heppner.
Mr. Gorger was a member
of St. William's Catholic
Church in lone and the
Knights of Columbus. He was
a retired farmer.
Last June, he and Mrs.
Gorger celebrated their 59th
wedding anniversary.
Recitation of the Rosary
was Monday. Jan. 26. at 7:30
p.m. at St. William's Church
in lone. Funeral mass was
Tuesday. Jan. 27. at 10:30 a.m.
at St. William's with the Rev.
John O'Brien officiating.
Sacred selections were sung
Leona L. Bobbins
UMATILLA -IRRIGON
Funeral Services for Leona L.
Robbins, 68, a Umatilla resi
dent the past 11 years, were
held Jan. 17 at the Assembly of
God Church in .Irrigon. The
Reverend Allen Gordanier
officiated. Burial was at the
Desert Lawn Memorial Cem
etery in Irrigon.
Mrs. Robbins was bom in
Texas on March 12, 1912, and
died at the Good Shepherd
Hospital in Hermiston on Jan.
15, 1981. She had lived in
Sheriffs Report
On Jan. 22, Jim Rollis, 339
Linden Way, Heppner, ad
vised the Sheriff's Office that
a vehicle had run into the back
of a logging truck in front of
his residence. No injuries
occurred. The Heppner Police
Dept. responded to the call.
On Jan. 21, the Boardman
The Morrow County Sher
iff's Dept. at the courthouse in
Heppner handled the following
calls during the past week:
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HAPPY
BIRTHDAY
Enjoy the last of the 409s!
by Ronald McDonald with
Rikka Tews as organist.
Casket bearers (all grand
sons) were Bob Baker. Steve
Gorger. Tim Bennett. Jerry
Kindrik. Jeff Bennett and
Randy Tachella. Honorary
bearers were Sam Crawford.
Lloyd Morgan. Gene Riet
mann. Charles Doherty. Art
Lindstrom and Kelly Camp
bell. Concluding services and
vault interment were at High
View Cemetery. Sweeney
Mortuary. Heppner. was in
charge of arrangements.
Mr. Gorger is survived by
his wife. Sylvia. lone: two
daughters. Rose Baker. lone,
and Elizabeth Bennett. Bur
bank. Wash.: a son. Bill
Gorger. Los Angeles. Calif.: a
brother, Joe Gorger. Napa.
Calif.: 11 grandchildren and 12
great-grandchildren.
Bakersfield, Calif.,
moving to Umatilla.
before
Mrs. Robbins is survived by
her husband, Frank Robbins
of Umatilla; a stepson,
Charles Robbins of Newark,
Ohio; three nieces, DeElva
Rock of Irrigon, Dorotha
Baker of Richland, Wash., and
Laurie Sewell of Pendleton;
and three nephews, Rocky
Robbins of Milton-Freewater,
and Monita and Ed Robbins of
Kennewick.
Police Dept. responded to a
call concerning a disturbance
at the Dodge City Tavern in
Boardman.
On Jan. 20, Rita Joy Brooks,
Boardman, was issued a
citation for allegedly disobey
ing a stop sign.
On Jan. 18, Donna Kay
Engle, Umatilla, was arrested
by Oregon State Police at
Arlington for allegedly driving
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Question of the Week : "Do you think the United States got a
good deal in the release of the hostages?"
"Yes. I think we got a good deal. We got them back." says
Bill Johnson of lone. "It will be up to the new president and
the new Congress to decide how they will handle the rest of it
though."
Births
Mifflin Jeremiah Devin A
son. Mifflin Jeremiah, was
bom to Oliver and Claytha
Devin, Heppner, on Jan. 22,
1981. at the Pioneer Memorial
Hospital in Heppner. Mifflin
weighed 7 lbs., 12'2 oz.
Grandparents are Clayton
and Florence Wright. Arling
ton, and Leonard and Rita
Caverhill. Summerville, Ore.
Great-grandparents are Eva
Robinson, Heppner, and Pearl
Wright, Hermiston.
Sophia Eleanora Gonty
Staff Sgt. and Mrs. Charles
Douglas Anastasia Gonty be
came the parents of a daugh
ter. Sophia Eleanora. weigh
ing 6 lbs. and 3 oz. on Sunday,
Jan. 25. in the military
hospital at the U.S. airbase
where he is serving in the
Netherlands.
Doug telephoned his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gonty,
Heppner. on Sunday to tell
them the good news. The new
little girl is named after her
two grandmothers.
The baby's maternal grand
parents are not in Europe
now; that grandmother is
staying in Florida while her
husband is serving with the
U.S. military in the Orient.
Sophia Eleanora brings the
Gontys' descendents to four
children, seven grandchildren
and one great granchild.
Molly Arminda Angermeyr-
A daughter, Molly Arminda,
was bom to Jim and Julie
Angermeyr, former Heppner
residents now of Minneapolis,
Minn., on Jan. 13, 1981. Molly,
who weighed 7 lbs., 1 oz., is the
Angermeyrs' first child.
Mr. Angermeyr was a
psychologist at the Morrow
County Mental Health Clinic,
and Mrs. Angermeyr was a
teacher during their stay in
Heppner.
Ramel Rodriguez - A son,
Ramel, was bom to Mr. and
Mrs. Jose Rodriguez, Board
man, on Jan. 15, 1981, at the
Good Shepherd Hospital in
Hermiston. Ramel weighed 8
lbs., 12. oz.
Jared Lynn Pureed - A son,
Jared Lynn, was bom to Mr.
and Mrs. Leland Purcell,
Boardman, on Jan. 16, 1981, at
the Good Shepherd Hospital in
Hermiston. Jared weighed 8
lbs., 3 oz.
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Jeremy Nathaniel Wolff - A
son. Jeremy Nathaniel, was
bom to Mr. and Mrs. Dean
Wolff. Irrigon. on Jan. 13, 1981,
at the Umatilla Hospital in
Umatilla. Jeremv weighed 6
lbs.
Hospital
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The following patients were
discharged from Pioneer
Memorial Hospital in Heppner
over the past week:
Fay Pierce, Heppner, ad
mitted Jan. 18, discharged
Jan. 24;
Helen Dyer, Heppner, ad
mitted Jan. 22. discharged
Jan. 25;
Edna Bailey, Heppner, ad
mitted Jan. 22. discharged
Jan. 23; and
A.K. Felt, Heppner, admitted
Jan. 23, discharged Jan. 25.
Patients receiving care at
the hospital as of Monday,
Jan. 26, were:
Merlin Cantin, Heppner,
admitted Jan. 20;
Geatta Cox, Heppner, ad
mitted Jan. 24;
Randi Creason, Boardman,
admitted Jan. 25;
Alice Soward, Lexington,
admitted Jan. 25 and Earl
Soward. Lexington, admitted
Jan. 25.
Justice
Court
Justice Court at the Morrow
County Courthouse in Heppner
handled the following cases
over. the past week:
Martin Wayne Linhart, 27,
1936 'H' Street, Springfield,
Ore., exceeding maximum
speed (65 miles per hour in a
55 mph speed limit) - $10 fine;
Melvin Lee McCarl, 18, 320
'C Street, P.O. Box 402,
Lexington, exceeding max-
imum speed (73 mph in a 55
mph limit) - $22 fine;
John Marvin Weygandt, 37,
Rt. 1, Box 3456, Heppner,
exceeding maximum speed
(67 mph in a 55 mph speed
limit) - $29 fine.
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meetings
Monday. Feb. 2 - Heppner
City CounciK City Hall. Hepp
ner. 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday. Feb. 3 Lexington
City Council, City Hall. Lex
ington. 7:30 p.m.; lone City
Council. City Hall. lone, 7:30
p.m.
Wednesday. Feb. 4 - County
Court. Courthouse. Heppner, .
10 a m.
Monday. Feb. 9 Heppner
Fire Dept. Fire Hall. Heppner,
7:30 p.m.: Heppner Planning
Commission. City Hall. Hepp
ner. 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday, Feb. 11 - County
Court. Courthouse. Heppner.
10 a.m.
Thursday. Feb. 12 Lexing
ton Fire Dept.. Fire hall.
Lexington. 7:30 p.m.; Port of
Morrow Commission. Port
Office. Nelson Square, Board
man. 1 p.m.
Monday. Feb. 16 lone
Plannina Commission. City
Hall. lone. 7:30 p.m.: Morrow
Countv School Board. Hepp
ner Elementary School. Hepp
ner. 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday. Feb.18 County
Court. Courthouse. Heppner.
10 a.m.; Pioneer Memorial
Hospital Board. Hospital,
Heppner. 9:30 a.m.
Mondav. Feb. 23 - Heppner
Fire Dept.. Fire Hall. Hepp
ner. 7:30 p.m.: Morrow
Countv Planning Commission.
Courthouse. Heppner. 7:30
p.m.
Wednesday. Feb. 25 -County
Court. County Building. Irri
gon. 10 a.m.: Heppner Public
I.ibrarv Board. Library.
Heppner. 8 p.m.
School lunch
IH'I'I'VKH FI.KMKNTARV
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Thnrs.. Jan . 29- Hay Stacks,
whole kernel corn, fresh fruit.
milk.
Fri.. Jan. 30 - January
Birthday Dinner.
Mon.. Feb. 2 - Ground Hog
Special, chili beans, corn
bread, honey, tossed salad
with French dressing, fruit,
milk.
Tues.. Feb. 3 - pork chop
suey. rice, crackers, gelatin,
fruit salad, milk.
Wed.. Feb. 4 - macaroni and
cheese, celery with peanut
butter, fruit, bread and butter,
milk
Thurs.. Feb. 5 -, sliced
turkev. mashed potatoes,
gravy, vegies, fruit, rolls,
milk
lone School
Thurs.. Jan. 29 - tacos.
lettuce, cheese, green beans,
fruit, milk.
Fri.. Jan. 30 -chicken noodle
soup, bologna sandwiches,
peanut butter sandwiches,
pickles, crackers, dessert,
milk.
Mon.. Feb. 2 - beef-a-roni,
tossed salad, hot rolls, fruit,
milk.
Tues.. Feb. 3 - chicken-n-noodles.
hoi rolls, vegetables,
fruit, milk.
Wed.. Feb. 4 - chili, corn
bread, pear-cheese salad.
celerv sticks, milk.
Thurs.. Feb. 5 hamburger
gravy, whipped potatoes,
mixed vegetables, dessert,
milk.
Her Eyes
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Stars in V
THIS VALENTINE'S DAY the glitter ol gold and precious
stones will create a reflecting gleam in her eyes when she
sees your gilt ol love Shop now1
Health Dept.
Wednesday, Feb. 4 - Free
Blood Pressure Clinic, Hepp
ner Neighborhood Center, 178
W. Willow. Heppner, 2:30 to
4:30 p.m.
Friday, Feb. 6 Free Blood
Pressure Clinic. Immuniza
tions. Health Dept. Office,
Lexington, 8 a.m. to 12 noon. 1
to 4 p.m.
Tuesday. Feb. 10 Free
Blood Pressure Clinic. Im
munizations. County offices.
Irrigon. 1 to 4 p.m.
Friday. Feb. 13 Free Blood
Pressure Clinic. Immuniza
tions, Health Dept. Office.
Lexington. R a.m. to 12 noon. 1
to 4 p.m.
Tuesday, Feb. 17 Free
Blood Pressure Clinic. Hepp
ner Neighborhood Center, 178
W. Willow. Heppner. 2:30 to
4:30 p.m.
Thursday. Feb. 19 - Free
Blood Pressure Clinic. lone
United Church of Christ Base
ment. 4 to 5 p.m.
Friday. Feb. 20 Free Blood
Pressure Clinic. Immuniza
tions. Health Dept. Office,
Lexington. 8 a.m. to 12 noon. 1
to 4 p.m.
Tuesday. Feb. 24 Free
Blood Pressure Clinic, Im
munizations. County Offices.
Irrigon. 1 to 4 p.m.
Friday. Feb. 27 Free Blood
Pressure Clinic. Immuniza
tions. Health Dept. Office.
Lexington. 8a.m. to 12 noon. 1
to 4 p.m.
Library
Monday through Thursday -12:30
to !i p.m.
.Thursday - 7 to p.m.
.Saturday - 2 (o 4 p.m.
Story hour - Thursday. 10:30
menus
Heppner Mich School
Mnn. Feb 2 - chicken fried
stenk. mashed potato bake,
rolls, veuie slicks, fruit, milk
Tues. Feb 3 - hot turkev
sandwich, mixed vegetables.
Relnlin. dessert, or salad bar.
milk
Wed. Feb, 4 - p'm.n green
benns. salad, fresh fruit or
salad bar. milk.
Thurs.. Feb. 5 . chicken
grow, mashed potatoes, rolls,
or snlnd bar. milk.
Fri.. Feb fi-tacos. shredded
cheese, lettuce, corn, pumpkin
cake. milk.
Taxing budget
workshop set
How a local taxing district
puts together its budget will be
explained in a series of
workshops conducted by the
Oregon Department of Rev
enue. The workshops,
scheduled in 35 Oregon coun
ties, begin this month.
The Morrow County work
shop will be at the county
courthouse, circuit court
room. Heppner. March 4, at
8:30 a.m.
Each workshop will cover
the budget process, budget
documents and preparation of
budget forms. Sessions last
approximately three hours
and include time for questions
about specific local problems.
While the workshops are
intended primarily for local
government officials, they are
open to the public as well.
There is no charge.
Agriculture
Jan. 27-29 - The 12th Annunl
will be held at the Multnomah County Exposition Center, The
Oregon Potato Coference Convention and the Northwest
Horticultural Convention will be held at the Janzten Beach
Thunderblrd In conjunction with the agriculture show,
Jan. 29 - Director Leonard Kunzman and assistant Director
Ray Hobson will attend the Oregon Rangelund Committee
meeting at the Chumnree Rodeway Inn at 10 a.m. In Salem,
Jan. 30 - The Committee on Synthetic Chemicals In the
Environment will meet in Room 44 of the Agriculture
Building in Salem at 9 a.m.
Jan. 30 - A meeting of the Pesticide Analytical and
Response Center will be held In Room 44 of the Agriculture
Building In Salem at 1 p.m.
Feb. 4-5 - The State Board of Agriculture will meet In Room
44 of the Agriculture Building In Snlem,
Feb. 9 - Director Leonard Kunzman will speak at the
Western Agricultural Chemicals Association annual North
west Conference at the Janzten Bench Thunderblrd Motor
Inn at 10:30 a.m.
Community Movies
Sunday, Feb. 1
Admission $1
Starring Ken Kerry, Handy Duncan. McLean Stevenson
and Roddy McDowell. I'urrfect entertainment. A down-to-earth
comedy about an extra-terrestrial tomcat who crash
lands on earth and befriends an offbeat physicist. Cosmic
comedy matched with Disney's sorcery make for lots of
laiiKhs and spellbinding special effects.
3 p.m. Heppner
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