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office move Willamina gets ahead--finally Monical The Sun POstal service is seeking for construction of a new office building and a contract for the job April 22. for proposals has at the Willamina post md advertisements will I local newspapers, accord- Doumit, real estate postal service. calls for construction ! on , the Postal Service Oregon." The post the building for 10 t optious to renew, Doumit F the new building will be a COrner of SE Barber and according to the package will be review at the W&apos;illa- office and may be pur- $25, Doumit said. Pro- be received until April ecstatic," said Glenda postmaster. "It's haul and I'm just on its way." t last year that planned to locate on the Barber away from the downtown controversy and in Willamina. that the site is inconvenient, particularly for senior citizens, and that the post office should remain downtown as it has always been. The postal service, they said, hadn't made enough effort to secure one of several avail- able downtown locations and was attempting to force the site on the community. At a meeting of the city council, Hulett said that the postal service tried to locate the building down- town. "We examined every piece of property, including the mountainous and a weedy spot on Ivy Street," she said. The city planning commission eventually approved the site and preliminary plans for the building, submitting them for city council approval. The council, however, changed the plans, increasing the size of the lot, turning the building sideways on the lot and adding a driveway for a drive-up mailbox. Because the arrangement had earlier been rejected by the postal service, the changes were interpreted by some as a move to kill the project. The changes drew an exasperated letter from postal officials. Doumit declined to describe the site plan as it will appear in the solicitation package. Purchase of the property, owned by Alice Propes of Dallas, and final aplxoval of the plans will be the builder's responsi- bility, he said. "We try to stay out of local politics," Doumit said. : reserve officers POlice officers are needed police depart- ing to Chief Frank H. he hoped to add up to to the city's reserve will be directed by Lyon. Training at the reserve academy, as weapons, will by the city, Foley said. may be male or female years of age or older. to pass a physical and a background They may not have felony arrests or convictions, Foley said. "We're looking for people who want to do their part for the com- munity," Foley said. Reserve officers form a volunteer organization. They function as regu- lar police officers but are not paid, Foley said. Reserve officers will ride with other police while undergoing train- ing but will be expected to qualify for solo work. Training offered at the Marion County school is the same as regu- lar cadets receive at the police academy, Foley said. Explorers to begin Explorer program is in Willamina, accord- Chief Frank H. is open to all West aged 13 to 19 who or have graduated, with a juve- may be accepted, Vill be expected to be Once in the program, he will help with traffic Searches for missing natural disasters and Foley said. They visit courtrooms, city arrested case Police have recovered break-in at a and have arrested burglary charges. adult believed to in the case is expected to Chief Frank valued at in the burglary of the house was investigating the to the residence of a and discovered stolen property in a reCOvered a telephone nkachin, VCR, stereo speakers, a player and compact council meetings and the district attorney's office. On occasion, they may ride with police officers on duty, Foley said. "There's no limit to the ways they can help," Foley said. "The pro- gram helps build confidence and develops a broader understanding of the workings of government and of life in general." Participants will wear shirt and pants uniforms with patches that identify-them as Police Explorers. The group will be responsible for raising its own money, through car washes and other activities, to buy uniforms and other equipment. Par- ents are discouraged from providing supplies directly, Foley said. Participants will mn the program themselves, under the direction of Officer Jim Brown, Foley said. Yearly dues will amount to $20, and uniforms will cost about $60. Interested youngster should con- tact either Foley or Brown through the Willamina police department at city hall. satisfaction. in preparing al accurate tax returns u peace of mind. ,am. Put us to rork for OU @. 1 N. Adams lville ESCAPE... Continued from Page 1 Stein's attempted escape came as no surprise, however. "Prior to the incident, confidential inmate sources informed FCI Sheridan staff that inmate Stein was planning to leave the federal prison camp," Palmquist said in a press release. Using that information, the Bureau's Special Operations Response Team (SORT) began a stake out March 5, the day before the escape actually occurred. Here's how Palmquist described the escape and arrests: At 6:47 p.m. March 6 two irimates were seen walking between the sewer lagoons adjacent to the prison camp. SORT team members fol- lowed the inmates as they headed toward Highway 18. That's when one of the inmates' wives drove her vehicle down the westbound ramp of Highway 18 at a slow pace, honked the horn twice and then sped off. The vehicle was followed but the SORT team con- firmed no inmates were in it. The search was called off for a while because the SORT team assisted in a special head count at the prison camp. The manhunt started again about 7:40 p.m. adja- cent to the camp. About 15 minutes later, members of the SORT team gave chase to the same vehicle after it slowed down again on the westbound ramp of Highway 18, honked twice and sped off. The vehicle was slopped by Yam- hill County sheriff's deputies about three miles west of McMinnville. It was determined that it belonged to one of the escaped inmates' wives. The inmates were apprehended shortly after. They were located with the use of night vision goggles worn by Bureau staff. The two inmates, the 6th and 7th escapees since the prison camp began operating in 1989, were placed in detention cells in the medium-security prison. "We've gotten the message out to the inmates that we are listening to confidential sources to reduce this problem," Palmquist said. The two-night stake out, the use of night vision goggles and calling the county's 9-1-1 number also played a key role in helping appre- hend the two inmates last week, he said. Two inmates who walked away from the camp last month, however, are still at large. Sheridan council views goals and land purchase A list of goals for the city will be reviewed by the Sheridan city coun- cil at its March 18 meeting. The meeting begins at 7:30 p.m. in the library conference room. Also on the agenda is the pro- posed purchase of nearly an acre of property and a single-family home behind the Sears building. The council is considering the land for a future parking lot and boat ramp. Wallcoverings I Grain Screening Pellets 9% protein; 80 lb. bag #220192 Sale: s4 99 Sale ends March 19, 1991 WEST VALLEY FARMERS Bridge Street. Sheridan * 843-3292 Monday-Friday 7:30 am-6 pm, Saturday 8 am-5 pm. Sunday 9 am-4pm i Wednesday, March 13, 1991, The Sun 3 WE SALUTE THE GIRL SCOUTS OF THE U.S.A. Santiam Girl Scout Council & The West Valley Rainbow Roses Girl Scouts in Willamina - Sheridan - Grand Ronde National Girl Scout Week March 10- 16 Juliette Gordon Low started the Girl Scout movement in 1912 in Savan- nah, Georgia. Beginning with a small group of 18 girls, Girl Scouts grew into a national organization which now serves over thr million girls and adults, the largest all-girl voluntary organization in the rld. Girls in Kindergarten & firs grade join Daisy Troops. Brownies are girls in firsL second and third grade. Fourth, fifth and sixth grade girls become Juniors. Cadettes are seventh, eighth and ninth grade girls. In 10th, llth and 12th grade girls become Seniors. The program for girls of all ages depends on adults volunteers, will- ing to invest their time and effort for the future. In honor of Gid Scout Week, March 10 - 16, Girl Scout Councils from throughout Oregon provided an all- day display in the Blue Room of the Oregon State Capitol on March I 1. In addition, girls from our local Santiam Girl Scout Council will perform a flag ceremony/color guard for the House of Representa- tives and Senate on March 13th. We salute the following troops and their leaders in the Sheridan, Willamina and Grand Ronde area: Daisy Troop- Rosalie Smith, Phyllis Mendenhall Daisy Troop #73 Cheri Grabenhorst, Leni Holton Brownie Troop #450 Sharon D'Agostino, Barbara McCoy Brownie Troop #454 Carolyn Schussman, Linda Heiser, Carla Hull Brownie Troop #480 Mary Mize, Kim Baldwin, Theresa Jordan, Tamura Smethers, Tina Smock Junior Troop #28 Phyllis Mendenhall, Barbara Eoff Junior Troop #475 Mary Cook, Sheri Dawkins Junior Troop #472 Carolyn Payne, Denise Pelzer Cadette/Senior Troop #477 Shirley Brown Senior Troop #455 Rosalie Smith i This page is sponsored by the following community minded merchants: ADD ONE A UTO BODY We Know Your Vehicle Is Special Too For Intrusting It With Us We Thank You AL & DIANA WILLIAMS (503) 843-4440 126 N W. 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