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OSP Targets Coastal Salmon Violations "Have fun, be safe and please put the wild one back." That's the message from enforcement officers to coastal salmon anglers head- ing out to fish one of the best seasons in years Anglers coast-wide have been aver- aging more than one salmon per angler per trip since the end of June. However, Oregon State Police fish and wildlife en- forcement officers report a high rate offishingviolations this year, coast-wide. In one week, officers seized 10 salmon in Newport that were landed in violation of state Page 8 Hells Canyon Journal August 18, 2008 Mountain Quails Flock in Halfway 541-523-2859 DOMESTIC & IRRIGATION 0nded' Insured MMW Electric Motor & Repair Inc. 41280 Highway 30, Baker City, OR CCB #80969 pet HALi: VAY FEED & SEED angling laws One Chinook was shorter than the mini ....... t 'ONT Your ONE STOP SHOP for full-service mum length and 18 coho had I Building Supplies, Hardware, intact adipose fins, indicat- | I Animal Health & Feeds. ing that they were likely wild | and illegal to keep. In hatch- k. . . , NARV $T STATES cry fish, the adipose fin is L "': ~ H~U?:Mon -Fri ~~LJI#~. 541-893-6136 clipped_ _ffbefre. the fish are ~- ~ ~"~"" .... .... ....... 8- 12 Sat'. " ~ b~'~na~ Fax: 541-893-6145 released rote streams as ju ..... veniles - MOUNTAIN QUAIL A s members from Loyalton, California, stopped in town for lunch 4 First St. Rich'l ,-,,..; ...... Monday on their way from Joseph to Baker City The Model A Ford owners take their S. Main St. Halfway, OR 97834 541-742-2345 tJI cue DOa S cnecKea ac , . ,, . ........... favonte vehicles touring "whenever we can, according to one club member. Tnps have coastal por s m dUly, ,.3U ~,DU . - ......... ranged up to 4,000 miles, taking them through Colorado, Utah, and up into Canada. This ..... percent) VZOlatea one oI me state's ocean an lin rules jaunt will be relatively short, only 1,500 miles, but they have already seen The Dalles and = ..... g g . ' stayed in Dufur for the annual Threshing Bee. Travel in the 75-year-old cars is not without said uave ~leary, a ueuten- . ........ nsk of breakdowns, and as replacement parts are not found in your typical auto parts store, ant with the uregon tate ,-, . each vehicle has a vanety of parts stashed under seats and in the trunk. l-'OllCe ,,..," ....... Ford only built the Model A from 1928 to 1931. There are about 40 members and 60 Breast and Cervical Cancer --we aon t want to put one I ...... cars currently active in the northern-California-based club, including a restored 1930 nsnery manager in a position ^""' ^ ': ...... " I Early detection and screening ,, , . .. Muuul/% lilt:# t/uIJf~. oz oemg more conservative II Ince auv I-- If you are 40 to 65, call to with fishing seasons in the ~ | ,,, "7- ',"v "-'-"- .... [ check your eligibility for a future due to low compliance . _ I~ ]~ We-., 4-1~ ]~ ~ ~1 | Family SizeMaximum Income J women s health check and rates," Cleary said. l a[l Planet Reminder lOUUll'UllU | MonthlyJ mammogram at NO charge. ; Violations of the Oregon ......................... A. .-..~.-.1.~.~1 t"~t.~.-...~4-.-. | I $1,677 [ Women's health check with sport fishing rules are ClassCurrently, there is an outstandingly bright "star" inial kJl iallt I 2 zz60 CHD Public Health or private A misdemeanors and can re-our night sky: the planet Mars is approaching earth and Pine Ea le United Youth I 3 2,844 Iphysician. suit in fines up to $5,000 and will be at its closest point in 60,000 years on August 27 .... - - | 4 3,427 I" For more information, call ........ " tuna m pleasea to announce a year injau. Olncers are Local observers have been awed by its size and bright red the receint of two rantsII S 4,010 j 962-8823 or our new toll-free increasing boat.patrls withcolor. Gru. ...... ux "cr ..,vuunnn were"! "----- number, 1-877-962-8823. the goal of reducing non-corn- Mars appears in the eastern night sky around 10 p.m. received from the Juan Youn= | Center for Human Development, Inc. pliant, - Trust and the DE. and Jane | Public Health Services T" ~ " 31 1"~ ~ l 1 Clark Foundation. With re- | I 100 K Avenue La Grande, OR 97850 tree vision : creenln and t're-bcnool ceipt of these grants, the g'~ ~ f'~l" 1 1 ~ f~l ~=" ~ T f"%1 1 Youth Fund Grant Funding creemng ior Lnlmren I ears ota ;aZ ;e, was successfully p r Next Wednesday and enough parents call to make source Fair, sponsored byJuan Young Trust is an or- Thursday in Baker City, arrangements. Please callthe Kiwanis Club of Bakerganizationbased in Portland, children ages three through Sherri King at 541-523-5801. . City. The complete list of Oregon, The Mission State- ad five can ,have free vision for more mformatmn or to activities at the fair includes mentfthetrustis' rprvide rd screening and free pre- schedule an appointment the re schoolscreenin b grants to 501 c(3) organiza- p - g( Y . school screening at the Ex- The vision screening is of- appointment - call 523- tions that promote the health, m, tension Building, 2610 fered by the Elks Children's 58()1); Kids' n Cops; Bicycle education and welfare ofchil- in Grove Street. Screening will Eye Chine, to detect.and cor- Rodeo, Immunization (bring dren under the age of 21 in the n- be done from 10 am to 7 pm rect vision problems ln young insurance card) Child Safety state of Oregon." The trust is ad on Wednesday, August 20, children before long-termSeat Clinic, dental checks, divided into eastern and west- rd and from 10 am to 5 pm ondamage occurs. Trauma Nurses Talk Tough,ern divisions of the state. Thursday, August 21. The pre-school screening Smoke House, Bike Helmet JuanYoungwasasuccess- m, Pre-school screening willis part of the Union-Baker Demonstration; and Safetyful businessman in Portland :st also be done in Halfway on ESDEarlylnterventionPro- Wheel. All activities are free-, whopassedawaywithoutany Transmission Here. in Tuesday, August 19, gramheld at theParent Re- heirs. His goal was to give aft . away his fortune within 30 Nationwide warranty ] ] years of his death. Hewasa Transmissionrebuilds, th Weather 50-Year Weather Records self-made man, who felt ad- in I by George Dyke for the same dates 1948-2002. Year in () I miration for people who ex- automatic and manual s," i August I Avg. Max. Min. Avg. Max. Min. [ pect to earn their way by Diagnostic Tune-ups da I High Low Predp. I High High (Yr.) High (Yr.) Low Low (Yr.) Low (Yr.) I working. His trustee, Scott ,rd I 4 89 47 .00 I 90 108 (61) 76 (62) 48 56 (52) 38 (96) I E[usmann, paid a visit to the " Transmission service and ,ut I 5 92 63 .03 I 90 100 (90)68 (50) 48 62 (91) 37 (93)I Pine Eagle United Youth flush .=,=., ,ir [ 6 92 51 .00 I 90 102 (90, 74 (50, 47 65 (71, 32 (93) I Fund bOard and said that the Fueliniec_. I 7 91 51 .00 I 90 102 (90) 69 (76) 46 56 (89) 38 (86) I goals of the board matched tion I 8 95 46 .00 I 90 103 (90) 71 (76) 47 65 (82) 37 (02) I wel] with befiefs Juan Young :Y I 9 96 47 .00 I 91 101 (90) 77 (76) 47 64 (9o) 31 (93)I held throughouthislife. 110 gs 46 .00 1 91 99 (96) 76 (85) 47 65, (83) 30 (93)l The D.E. and Jane Clark , ! Foundation funds Children and Youth Programs ul S lranslrnl,, lOn ,le What happens when the paycheck stops egon. This is the second grantthrughut the state of Or- &J ep;air. 'Y" , and the bills continue? the Youth Fund has received ;xt If you can t work due to illness or injury, Dis, ability Income insurance from the Clark Foundation; 2540 Cedar St. Baker City 523-6923 en $1,000 was received in 1999. Lll- from COUNTRY can help pay the bills. Lets get together soon to , , zas. )W xd. th ,,in at dll at at Is. 611 sic m- ng [ti- )n, )3- er, talk about this important coverage. Policies issued by COUNTRY Life Insurance Company@, Bloomington, IL. DI-OSO~A Insurance & Financial Services Y2003, CC Services, Inc. Amanda Wilde 523-9930 Covering Baker, Union, and Wallowa counties I .,, ,,, ,, I in Halfway Oregon, is looking for the following pieces of equip: RANGE: 6 Bumer, gnddle on ft., broiler under griddle, 2 oven, LP gas, 56" - 60" wide; DEEP FRYER: Small, electnc, 240V, 12" wide max. CONVECTION OVEN, Countertop: 120V or 240V, dimensions inside oven min 13.875" W x 11.25" D ADD-ON BROILER: Grooved, place on range over 2 burners; SANDWICH GRILL: (Panini) Grooved, 14" x 14", 120V or 240V; SLIDING GLASS DOOR REFRIGERATOR: 2-door, bottom-mount camp., 54" W max; SANDWICH PREP TABLE: 48"W, 8-pan (on rt. side) BEVERAGE COOLER: 1-door, hinge left, up to 27 cu. ft.; LARGE STANDARD FRIDGE: no freezer, no drawers, just shelves. 71" H max., 32"W max., 30"D max. door hinge rt.; ICE MACHINE: 100-165 LB pred./day, 50-80 cap., max. dimensions---39"H x 26"W x 27"D; DISHWASHER: Hi-temp., undercounter; SINK: 2-tub, 24" drainboards (just one on left OK), 63"--92" length overall. Wall-mount faucet type; PRE-RINSE UNIT; ADD-ON FAUCET; PREP SINK w/WORK TABLE: Sink on ft., backsplash, SS or galv. undershelf. 30" x 72" 30" x 48" 24" x 72" 24" x 48" SLICER: 9 or 10 inch blade; MIXER: 7Qt.; SOUP WARMER: single COFFEE BREWER: Non-plumbed, 2 station, 10"W max.; WORK TABLES: 30"W x 48"L x 36"H; 24"W x 36"L x 36"H; 18"W x 24"L x 24" H; 18"w x 18"L x 24"H; 24" X 24" x 24"H; USED UPHOLSTERED BOOTHS: up to 45" H simple style or retro., 1 double, 2 singles; BARSTOOLS: 24"H'classicfountainstyleorjustplainold, with or w/o backs, floormounttoCONcRETE. 18" H 'classic fountain style or just plain old, with or w/o backs, std. mount to wood floor. Please reply to Eric Kauffrnan c/o Mimi's Cafe. 241 Main St. Halfway, OR. P.O. Box 642 Halfway, OR 97834; (541) 742-4646; (541) 742 0;, Fax (541)742-7933; ema i: ericnmlml@pinetei,com New Listin near /",Jew Bridse! IRRIGATED FIVE ACRE PARCEL I1311 near New Bridge. The home is a 1991 two-bedroom, two-bath manufactured home. All the other improvements were done in 2002, including a new garage/shop, barn, driveway, landscap- ing, and wrap-around deck with cov- ered area and a view of Eagle Valley. Completely fenced and cross fenced, there is Located just far enough off the road for a little at $189,000. a hay field or pasture for your animals. peace and quiet. Listing # 435-03. Listed Call Toll-Free 800-223-1139 or 866-893-6133 Halfway Office Richland Office " Steve Brooks, Broker/Owner 893-6352 (home) II Can on Larry Haney, Assodate Broker 742-5800 (home) Inc. , Ri .fam; OR