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Pq ge 3! Hells Canyon Journal May 27, 199 8 Primary Election Results Death Row Stats Continued from page 1 the statewide primary elec- With the admission of Billy could be enacted. Voters in tion set a new record for non- Lee Oatney to Death Row on Baker County rejected Mea- participation, as only 34 per- Monday, April 6, Oregon has sure 53, by a wide margin, cent of the registered voters 21 inmates sentenced to die. 2,346 (61 percent) to 1,508 cast ballots. In Baker County Oneis a Native American, two are Hispanics and 18 are (39 percent), the voter turnout was 42 per- White. The average age is 37. Oregons voter turnout in cent. Four inmates are from Central Oregon Author To Multnomah and Washington counties, followed by three Speak in Halfway, Baker City each for Clackamas and Dou- glas counties. Coos County JosephSheppherd, anthro- in England and amongindig- has two and Klamath, Lane, pologist, archaeologist, enous tribes throughout Af-Marion, DeschutesandJack- son counties each have one. rica and Central and South America. His published books range from cultural anthro- pology through poetry and religion to children's fiction. He has been a member of the Baha'i faith for 34 years and is currently teaching at three different schools in the Bend area. teacher, artist and author, will speak Monday, June 1, 7 p.m. at the Olde Church in Halfway and at Crossroads Art Center in Baker City on Tuesday, June 2, 7 p.m. The event is free and sponsored by Betty's Books. Mr. Sheppherd has stud- ied at Cambridge and Oxford RICFILAND UNITED/ ETHODtST CHURCH cordially invites those who want to attend worship service EARLY Sunday morning. Service starts at 9 AM. Hope to see you there. Pastor - Bill Shields Music - Jan Bonn June LTRVlI! 411fl lC Tii ITUI MOTIVATED TO MOVE- Home has approx. 1,400 sq. ft. ,- Perimeter foundation, deck, garden area and young fruit trees. Lovely 3 bedroom, 2 bath home. Features vaulted ceiling open floor plan, circle drive -- all on .39 acres Must see!-. .............................. $110,000 NEW LISTING - A secluded 18.4 ac m/l property located in the NE comer of Pine Valley in a pristine setting. Boasts picturesque view, a tall rustic barn and is priced to sell! .......................................... $49,000 Carol Harris, Broker 742-6011 eve. John Binford 742-2015 eve. Jo Butler 893-6559 eve. Vadene Braten 742-7686 eve. Polly Gribskov 742-4155 eve. NEW LISTING - Once a sow's ear, now a silk purse!! Pine Creek divides lush pastures. Has been updated and improved. Lots of knotty pine for that feel of a country home. New utility room and deck. Fenced yard and garden. Two tax lots, 41 acres m/1 ............................ ............................................................... $240,000 NEW LISTING - Nice two bedroom, one bath home with roomy kitchen and located on comer lot. School and clinic nearby for easy walking. Consider for first time buyer, retirement or investment ........... $45,000 NEW LISTING - Newly redone, fresh and ready to occupy, home on main street. Could be family home or double as business location with city approval. Great deck on back near garden space. Garage/storage and an extra lot!! ............................................................................................................................... $96,000 PINE CREEK, horse barns, machine shop, double garage, and a good honest 3 bedroom, 2+ bath home with rec room. Also has office area, a pantry, extra storage spaces, privacy away from the road and is all set for family fun and horseplay on 9.69 country acres ............................................................. $215,000 36190 McFadden Lane P.O. Box 682 Halfway, OR 97834 Equal Housing Opportunity Call for complete information on these and all our listings! PRIVATE - 283 acres m/l of gentle rolling pasture, range, and hay fields. Very nice two level home, approx. 3,100 sq.ft., decks, new roof, gravity flow spring water, 28' x 28' cement floor shop/3-bay machine shed. Water rights, approx. 160 acres irrigated, corrals, and squeeze chute ................................................................................................... $295,000 COUNTRY LIVING- 42.3 acres m/1 of quality irrigated pasture and hay ground. Lots of outbuildings and working corrals. Newly renovated two-story farmhouse with 3 or 4 bedrooms, one bath. Newly constructed 36' x 48' pole building ............................. $205,000