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r: Page 6 The Times-Journal May 6, 2010 Letters -Continued from page 5 Creative Skillful, balanced Willingness to serve individuals To the Editor: neither curry favor nor do To the Editor: during this difficult time. As a trial lawyer for 32 they rule unnecessarily. They My family moved to After my father passed To the Editor: years, I have appeared before understand that the lawWasco County and the Dufur away in 2008, we had to ... and the Rimrock Art many judges throughout requires a balance and they community 4 V2 years ago, enlist Janet's services again Society- Oregon, in administrative bring a love of the job that and in 2007 my father was when we found that someone Thank you for hosting the hearings and in both state honors their position and diagnosed with pancreatic was attempting to steal some art show and sale April 24- and federal courts for over serves the community, cancer. My father recognized of my dad's assets. Janet 25. There are so many 150 trials, hundreds and After careful the need to draft an updated quickly and professionally creative individuals in our hundreds of motions and to consideration, it is myand formal will so a friend handled the case, found communities who go almost argue appeals at the Oregon opinion that Janet Stauffer is unnoticed. A venue featuring Court of Appeals, the State the candidate who has all of recommended Janet Stauffer where the forgeries had rural area artists is a Supreme Court and the these qualities and who can as an attorney we should call. occurred and had the thief wonderful way for local Federal 9=h Circuit Court of best fulfill the community's I know that many reeling for a way out. artists to exhibit or begin Appeals. needs as a competent, skillful attorneys avoid assisting It only seemed natural to showing their works. The best judges are notand balanced Circuit Court people with personal wills, I ask Janet if she would handle Let's hope this is only the only intelligent, they are Judge. Please vote for her in guess because it seems to be the probate for my father's first of many annual Rimrock compassionate, even handed, the upcoming election, a non-profitable service. I estate, and again she made Art Society shows and sales fair and judicious students of Stephen Lawrence, Atty.was pleasantly surprise at this process easy for us here in Condon. the law. They are strong- The Dalles, OR 97058 Janet's willingness to help us during this very painful time. Thank you to everyone minded when necessary and I have since got to (know) who shared their talents with understanding when the facts Janet and her family through us. require. They are unafraid to activities at the school and Alicia Walrath make tough decisions when Condon, Oregon 97823 the law requires it. They :encourt for County Commissioner Peachey for Judge To the Editor: I have lived in The Dalles for 25 years and the second family I met in 1985 was the Peacheys. Tom became my attorney and I became his dentist. Our boys grew up together. I am fully aware of Tom's experiences in his legal career and his many services to our community and counties. These are clearly summarized on the website, While all of this more than qualifies Tom to be a judge, Have always and will always serve the people! it is Tom's character that earns my trust and respect for him and my vote for judge. Tom's personal integrity, coupled with his heart for the other events, and I'm always people in our district assure impressed by her willingness me that he will model to serve her community. Janet fairness and justice. Stauffer is intelligent, I encourage you to vote for professional, organized, fair Tom Peachey for Circuit and, most of all, cares. Court Judge of the 7th Please vote for Janet Judicial District. Stauffer for 7th District Dr. Michael C. Murat Circuit Court Judge. 1915 East 19th Street Wade Kilby The Dalles OR 97058 Dufur, Oregon 97021 From the Office of Veteran Services Paul Convoy Tri-County Veteran Services Officer New scholarship The children of military personnel who died in the line of duty since Sept. 11, 2001 can apply for an educational scholarship similar to the new Post-9/ll GI Bill. Benefits are retroactive to Aug. 1, 2009. The scholarship, which is administered by the Department of Veterans Affairs, are named after Marine Gunnery Sergeant John David Fry, 28, a Texas native who died in Iraq in 2006 while disarming an explosive. He was survived by three young children. "The Fry scholarship represents this nation's solemn commitment to care for children whose mothers and fathers paid the ultimate price for our country," said Secretary of Veterans Affairs Eric K. Shinseki. Spray tracksters compete at Heppner Spray thinclads competed at the Mustang Invitational meet at Heppner April 30. The men's team finished sixth among the 11 teams competing with 48 points, and the Spray women finished in a tie for 11~ place with 15 points. The Sherman Huskies men finished seventh in the meet with 30.5 points and the Huskies women finished fourth with 57 points. Individually, Spray results included: Men: 100 meters, Joao Vieira, 20th, 13.24; 200 meters, Lane Graham, 10~, 24.90, Joao Vieira, 17% 27.84; 400 meters, Andrew Young, 9~, 58.52; 1500 meters, Janosch Kaminski, 9% 5:19.86; 3000 meters, Kaminski, 4% 11:50.50; 300 meter hurdles, Brandon Henry, 11% 1:05.47; 4x100 relay, Nolan Fischer, Andrew Young, Lane Graham, Matt Jaeger, 6% 48.31; 4x400 relay, Nolan Fischer, Andrew Young, Lane Graham, Matt Jaeger, 3*0, 3:59.12; shot put, Jason Starr, 3rd, 46'1", Nolan Fischer, 12th, 37'4.5"; discus, Jason Starr, 1st, 148'1", Nolan Fischer, 5th, 120'11", Matt Jaeger, 10th, 108'; javelin, Matt Jaeger, 10th, 116'3", Mitchell Newton, 22"d, 97'7"; long jump, Lane Graham, 2nd, 21'2", Pond Skulknoknat, 12% 14'5", Brandon Henry, 13th, 14'3.5"; triple jump, Andrew Young, 3ra, 38'6.5". 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Bill Website, Condon netters earn I t., n II UI"I dAU I It., I SERVICES straight victories Maria M. St. John, Condon tennis players At a windy tri-meet at have had a clean sweep in Moro April 30, Fitzsimmons D.C., P,C, their last three outings, and Miciak defeated Chiropractor beginning with wins atSherman's duo of Cat Pendleton April 14, at Moro Crowder and Krista Perisho I do DOT Physicals April 30 and at Boardman 8-3, and Ione's duo of Tyree May 1. Svetick and Kylie Van 541-454-0111 At Pendleton against Arsdale 8-4. In men's action, i~ Pendleton and Helix, Thomas and Widner defeatedi Tuesdays Condon's men's doublesSherman's Terran Casper ,~ 140 On-the-Mall - Arlington team of Jarrod Thomas and and Brian Simantel 8-2, and Ione's Mike Raibel and ' Clabe Widner defeated Kevin LaRue 9-7. Pendleton's duo 8-4, and the The wind blew at the May duo from Helix 9-7. The 1 match at Boardman, as i women's doubles team from well, but Condon's Condon, Marnie Fitzsimmons and Miciak Fitzsimmons and Brenda defeated the Riverside duo 8- ,I Miciak, defeated Pendleton 5 and the Thomas and 6-1, 6-1. Widner team also won 8-5. BEO FINANCIAL SERVICES Russ Murfitt Financial Advisor * IRA's * Life Insurance * Long Term Care * Pension Rollovers * Retirement Planning * Long Term Filmncial Needs Securities related products and services made available through BEO Financial Services are offered by Royal Alliance Associates, Inc., an independent registered broker-dealer, member FINRA, SIPC, not affiliated with Bank of Eastern Oregon, its affiliates, divisions, or subsidiaries. Wade Veterinary_ Services, Inc. will resume normal business hours on Monday, May 10. 8:30am-4:30pm, Monday thru Thursday Advisory services offered through Pearson Financial Group, a registered investment advisor. Not Deposit of Bank of Eastern Oregon. 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