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;h I 6-year-old son of Snook, 223 Schley n, was listed in stable r. The child is in the care unit of Portland, follow- for abdominal injuries pickup/bicycle accident of Bridge and about 3:30 p.m. April Barker, 69, of Willa- east after driving when the accident light was red when arrived at the inter- to some eye- traffic light turned started a right hand Main. Some of the victim, riding a bi- hesitate and then !Street. The little boy of the pickup as it was thrown under which passed transported to y Hospital by then flown by ~Eraanuel Hospital. He that afternoon. accident is still not to Sheridan Police gation is ) citations had been is- Catrlna Hoopes, loft, and taking part In Arbor Day Roy Lindsay Graveside services for Roy L. Lindsay of Sheridan were held Patrice Hardy, were among Fsuiconer School second graders tree planting ceremony last week. Event was delayed by rain. --Photo by Mike Petrovsky. Graveside services were Monday in Buck Hollow Cemetery, Willa- minn. Arrangements were made by Lambert on board Russell Lambert was sworn in as a member of the Sheridan planning commission during last week's re- gular meeting. Commission secre- tary Peggy Shawver administered ERRAND... Wednesday, April 12, 1989, The Sun 13 Continued from Page 1 Mr. Errand's work release," Vasquez said. Vasquez said the Errand case was an exception because those convict- ed of violent crimes usually are not allowed to take part in the jail's work-release program. "'ln this case 1 feel an exception is in line. The court has demanded Er- rand pay back a lot of money (about $12,000). He has to pay the court (about $10,000, according to recent estimates) and the victim's family ($2.000 for funeral expenses). He'll be able to pay back some of the mon- ey while on work-release," Vasquez said Vasquez said Errand's conduct among the jail's inmates has "been good." "He's a well-behaved inmate. There is nothing to make me believe this person would not do good in a work-release program," Vasquez said. In fact, Vasquez seemed more concerned for Errand's safety than the possibility of him escaping dur- ing his coffee breaks at Cascade. "There has been talk that people associated with the victim were somewhat upset about the sentenc- ing. He'll have to deal with that once he's outside the facility," Vasquez said. Vasquez said there have been no threats made on Errand's life, but added he would not be responsible for Errand's safety once he leaves the jail. The Sun asked Cascade Steel what precautions the firm would take while Errand is working there. A Friday in Oretown Cemetery, Adamson's Sheridan Funeral Home. the oath of office at the start of the company spokesman said the firm Oretown. Pastor Lutz Binus of the Henry Edward Strata meeting, believes the best approach would be Iii Seventh-day Adventist Church of of driving under Grand Rondeofficiated. Henry Edward Strata died C " of intoxicants, felony Mr. Lindsay died April 4, 1989, in Monday. Services are pending at ~'~(~ ..... '0rchard St,'b;'ti°n violation; theft his home. He was 80. Adamson's Sheridan Funeral Home. Salute Your Secretary He was born Dec. 13, 1908, the 4-H fashion show ... with a beautiful bouquet, It ~tt Bridge and Main Lindsay, in the Peavine area, west of a lovely corsage, llt,'domestic violence McMinnville. He operated dairy winners are/isled fresh or silkflower lSpiciouse 900 blOCkcircumstanc.Of West farms in Tillamook, Astoria and Yamhid County--s 4-H Spring ~v~ -.~ Cloverdale before retiring in 1972. arrangement. Fashion show was held April 8 in ~, :erson St.; suspicious He and Kathryn Stratemeyer were McMinnville. !d in the 500 block of married Nov. 9, 1939, in Battle- -~t. ground, Wash. She preceded him in Modeling practice was held with ~%~~ ~ ~r~E judge Mary Alice Dodd from Albany. of VCR and tape, at- death on March 22, 1989. Modeling tips were given by Tara ISY ~ient funds/account Mr. Lindsay was a member of the Turnidge of Wiilamina, Kitrina and ~~ ~ I,;,,,,~ ;,,i,i~i'i:~ ~PATCH ,t Video Korner. Grand Ronde Seventh-day Adventist Venita Du Puy of McMinnville. ~~a ~~.,~i~527 S.E. Sheridan Rd., Sheridan, OR 97378 ~au]t reported at 435 S. Church. In earlier years he was a Linda Dobbeck of Newberg taught ( ~"~ "'~.-_ "~ 843-2029or 843-4469 dis(rderly conduct by charter member of the Nestucca classes on new ideas for hair, skin ~~/~-x Visa-MastorCard-Discover accepted r~p :)rted on Sheridan Seventh-day Adventist Church. and nails. (" "~ :sacra,at|as ~',~- "~ 8edbook Wire Service De a ad an ~ dult furnish- He is survived by a son, Arnold Yvonne Kam gave tips on ~ . w.Nfl __ "-~.~Hours: Monday - Saturday 10 am - 4:30 pm . minor reported onLindsay of Sheridan; a sister, Agnes interview judging and Sharon Du~ ~prl123 - Zg ~ Local delivery in Sheridan, Willamina area Calvin of Sheridan; three grand- Puy gave ideas writing a creative, Cave arrested on at 764 East Main St., runs to Bellevue; mot- on Chert), Hill medical on Rock transported; motor accident, one McMinnville Cam- then taken by Life Hospital in Port- HOME FENCING medical on Hill MCH. at ambulance hall MCH; motor vehicle Hill Road, no pa- trauma at ambu- CONSTRUCTION LUMBER vehicle accident on t transported to East pains on Jackson to Valley Cam- medical on POLE Bt ILDING KITS burn on West Main fire on Doane Creek Dallas • 623-3117 in Dallas s~nce t959." Repair Stone Setting Designing Repair children and five great-grand- children. Macy & Son Funeral Directors, McMinnviile was in charge of arrangements. Robert Hooper Robert Junior Hooper, 57, died April 5. He was born in Mill Springs, Mo. He lived in Yamhill County area for most of his life. He was a member of Newberg Bowling Travel League for 15 years and was a former member of the Elks. He enjoyed the ocean, commentary. Receiving awards of $5 from "The Cat's Meow" in McMinnville were: best smile, Sarah Kluge; springgiest outfit, Tracie Cook; best eye contact, Kathryn Jane Maze; sportiest outfit, Helenfry Maze; dressiest outfit, Tricia Mendenhall; and top model, Amy Overholser. Heidi Overholser operated the video camera. Angle Moehlmann was in charge of the tea table. Decorations were by Tara Turnidge and the Wonder Workers. outdoors, fishing and hunting.Jean Bett was in charge of Survivors include his daughters, registration. 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