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4 The Sun, Thursday, January 31, 198( uJance Continued from Page 1 Personally, I want an ambu- lance here; I want something to take care of me and a $1.20 per $1,000 could be the difference between life and death," he concluded. Gary Hampton, secretary of the Sheridan Rural Fire District, noted that the consolidation of the three districts was a good idea. "It would get the ambulance out of the rural fire budget," he said. "The change would consolidate some of Larry Tennant's obliga- I IIII II I tions; he would be responsible to one board under the Yamhill County Board of Commission- ers," he continued. Although Hampton conceded that the ambulance budget might be very tight, he also questioned whether voters would approve the scheme. Hampton pointed out that Tennant did not present certified audits for the ambulance com- pany's books during the past years which raised questions qbout his administrative abilities. "He had the ambulance books audited, but not certified to prove that the figures used were correct," Hampton explained. Hampton commented that Willamina was the biggest advocate for the plan, but questioned why no public meet- ings were held last year to stir up reaction to the idea. "This has never been done. It wasn't even possible until the bill sponsored by Rep. Paul Hanne- man," Hampton said, in refer- ence to the state ballot measure passed in 1977 which allowed special tax districts to be formed. "After we made the proposition last year, we never heard very much; and we were not sure of the tax situation until this year," Tennant commented. "1 want it to be clear that we're not going down now, but if we don't get the peoples' support in forming a new ambulance district, there will be a reduction in service or possibly no service," he said. But the formation of a new ambulance district doesn't mean that Superior Ambulance will ultimately provide the service. Tennant recognizes the possibility of the proposed district's board will accept bids on providing the service. Last week Tennant met with the Yamhill County commissioners and received a favorable response to his plan. Pending county counsel's favorable review of the proposal, Tennant will distribute petitions. With 1,000 signatures on the petition the proposal will appear on a ballot in May. b Volleyball scor Last Monday several teams of volleyball. J&C Willamina Lumber going 5 games lZ 15-12, 9-15, 15-12, Bonanza beat Save 15-11, 15-9, 15-11. International per Co. beat U.S. of Amity 14-16, fl 15-13, 15-3. Bank Oregon beat Gross Crew 15-7, 16-14, 15-4. Willamina budget committee named PRICES EFFECTIVE JAN. 30-FEB. 5 A new school budget committee was named Monday at a special meeting of the Willa- mina school board. Members are Larry Summers, Position 1, Fritz Mishler, Position 2, and Russell Talmadge, Position 3 all for three- year terms; George Kelly, Position 4, for a two-year term and John Fink, Position 5, for one-year term. Those appointments came at the end of a work session spent drafting a new set of board policies. After years of being unsure of their own policies, the board, par- ticularly the newest members, wanted to have a complete, up- dated set. When the draft is finished the board will ratain Dr. Gene Allison of the Education Service District to put the poli- cies in the required legal language. Allison's ser- vices will cost about. $500. Two positions on the school board will be open at the coming election on March 5. The deadline for candidates to file is Feb. 19. BLUE MT. HOMESTYLE STEW, SUPER MT. LF, CHIX, LIV. EGG 151h oz. TINS REG. OR DIET Willamina police Jan. 23 - Mrs. Hous- worth of Willamina re- ported that her car was vandalized. 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