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)1 menus {& SCHOOL DISTRICT ICH MENUS eek of May 1-5 Chicken nuggets, tater apple cobbler, Hamburger gravy over green beans, roll, Tuna & noodles, roll milk. Weaner wraps, sliced milk. Joes over bun, milk. of May 8-12 Pattie, potatoes beans, fruit, roll, Hamburger/bun, mixed vegtables, Spaghetti, peas, milk. Toasted ham & cheese Phil Sheridan chips, fruit, cake. Dora Thomas, June 17. dogs, macaroni peaches, donut, Days Senior Court members have been chosen. queen, and Hatti Stearns. They will ride in the Ronde 8-12 dog, green beans, lettuce/cheese, milk. Tomato soup, grilled fruit cocktail, State Sen. John Brenneman, R-Newport, fears Oregon's economy Beans/weaner, bread, will be "brought to its knees" if preservationists are successful in ~Iamburger, potatoes,keeping timber supplies locked up milk. through action in federal courts. 8-12 Brenneman has introduced luice, milk. legislation urging Congress to take Oatmeal/raisin cup, action to restore responsible land management decisions in federal Ham & egg on a forests. uice, milk. "Land-use and timber decisions link, oven do not belong in the courts. I agree milk. with the governor that the spotted Island bar, fruit, owl is a 'surrogate, a strategic weapon being used by people to try DISTRICT to save old-growth forests,' " Brenneman said. Brenneman cited several exam- 8-12 pies where preservationists have rolls, green tried to mislead the public about the milk. health and future of the timber sandwich, tater industry. He explained Oregon milk. Sausage gravy overpublic lands grow more than enough vegetable sticks, timber for full employment in the wood products industry. And Oregon has more harvestable timber than the 12 southern states combined. Oregonians' access to these timber supplies are being blocked by "radical preservationists" through lawsuits and appeals in the federal courts, he said in a press release. Brenneman took issue with the idea that Oregon's timber industry is "dying" or being "phased-out." "Preservationists like to say that it (the timber industry) is in transition. They're right. It's in transition from lots of jobs to no jobs. These are good jobs that cannot be replaced by the tourism industry. Tourism will help our economy but it cannot replace timber." Brenneman also said that modernization has not hurt or eliminated timber jobs as drama- tically as the critics contend. "Mills don't close down because they modernize, they close down because they run out of logs," he said. Turkey, mashed green beans, rolls, Appeal deadline told beef soup, salad sandwich, salad, for property values Faulconer Any property owner who believes All petitions must be filed with the tofMay8-12 the valuation of his property to be county clerk not later than May 31, tossed salad, incorrect, may obtain the necessary 1989 and must be an appeal of 1989 cinnamon twist, milk. forms and instructions from the values. If a property owner has any Ravioli casserole, Yamhill County Clerk's office or the questions regarding the completion roils, cherry crisp, Yamhill County Assessor's office to of the necessary petition, contact the Hamburger, lettuce,appeal the valuation to the Board of Yamhill County Clerk's office, pickles, French fries, Equalization. 472-9371. Wienerbaked wraP,beans, VO~.,~, Dingman murder trial ham, tossed salad, rolls, fruit dessert, scheduled for July 10 Polk County District Attorney Fred Sheriff's reports indicate that about Avera said Monday the trial for ac- 10 people witnessed the alleged Club cused murderer Joel Dingman shooting. should go on as scheduled July 10 in Clint Dingman pleaded guilty to '5"| t |rlurs~av Polk County circuit court, fourth degree assault in Polk County Home Extension--------/will "I hope there won't be any delays, district court on April 21. Avera said the charge stemmed from a fight that at 10 a.m. at the We should be ready to go to trial by ended with the alleged shooting. Grabenhorst, 345 SW then," Avera said. The younger Dingman was accused Dingman, 42, and his 22-year-old of hitting Carmen Haug, Fagundes's Will be on "nutritious son, Clint, surrendered March 23 to girlfirend, during the fight. and will be the Polk County Sheriff's Depart- Judge William Homer sentenced Mahe and Cheri ment; tHat was 3 1/2 days after the Clint Dingman to 60 days in county older Dingman allegedly shot and jail and five years probation. The killed Anthony Dominik Fagundesyounger Dingman is now spending Is available and during a fight in a Grand Rondehis jail term with his father who is in home which Fagundes owned, jail without bailashe awaitshis trial. "TOPPFAST" , delicious diet. coupon can! after 5 p.m. Homes in McMinnville Best Quality, Lowest Prices 17 years same location Where Hwy. ggw & 18 meet TOLL CALL CHARGES GOT YOU ABq RESIDENTIAL FLAT RATE SERVICE - Starting at $35/too. Allows you to place an unlimited number of calls for any length of time to over 200 cities including: Dayton Wilklmina Portland J Amity Yamhill and the list goes on .... YES --- your business can save with this service, tool Information call: Stella - 864-3598 Mike - 775-3891 or 1-800-776-6678 From left are Alice Clore, Grand Parade on Saturday, --Photo by Corinne Ivey. The senator said the timber industry is more diverse and responsive to consumers than e~,er before. Timber workers are producing more lumber per log with the same amount of people. He also cited computers as an example where the timber industry has bought millions of dollars in equipment, locally, that helps the economy. In response to allegations that old growth timber is scarce and endangered, Brenneman cited statistics that almost 70% of all standing softwood sawtimber in Oregon meets some definition of "old growth." In Oregon and Washington there are 6.2 million aci'es of "old growth" of which 53% (3.3 million acres) is protected. Brenneman blames preservation- ists for "throwing-out-the-rules" in terms of resource management in Oregon. He believes that the spotted owl is a surrogate to end responsible environmental practices and replace them with preservationist, medieval management. "Oregon's economy and environ- ment are too important to let these people fool the public about our timber supply. In 1988 my district alone (District 2) counties received over $70 million in revenue from timber receipts. That pays for a lot of schools and a lot of roads." Wednesday, May 3, 1989, The Sun 3 [[I COsum lee:seBPrffnf.ingdServ3!2ce l i Really big & gorgeous Fuchs_ia & Beg $ for mom ... all... Exburry Azaleas, Rhodies, Japanese Lace Leaf Maples and much more ... NURSERY 8980 Red Praide Road, Sheridan Open Tuesday through Saturday 9-6, Sunday 10-5 Save on auto insurance. Ask how engaged or newly married couples -- ages 21-29 -- can save as much as 50 percent on Country Companies* auto insurance. *l~ued by Country Preferred Insurance Company, one of the Country Companies, North Kansas City, Me. Kirk D. Bales Ron Pittman McMinnville Office: 472-2545 Inm~ran(e and Inve-Amenl Group \ Printed T-Shirts while they last All Sizes and Colors . Skateboards ...... only $16 * Flashlight, am-fm radio, siren (all in one)... S15.50 * NEWt Hair accessories... $2 and under * Toys .............. 39 cents and up Clothing & Accessories Leassa Rentz, owner 131 S.W. Open 10-5 Tuesday-Friday, 10-4 Saturday Monroe, Sheridan 843 -3444 oeo HOW MUCH WILL IT COST? We are often asked, "What's the best way of finding out whether or not a doctor of chiropractic can help my problem?" We believe the answer can be found in a complete chiro- practic consultation and examination, including X-rays. And, to help you f'md out for sure, we will do a complete chiropractic examination, including X-rays Cvrodecures that normally cost $79 or more) for $25. We will make this special program available until June 15, 1989. The only exception to the offer involves personal injury cases (worker's compensation and auto accidents) in which case there is no charge billed directly to the patient for the first visit. Dr. Kenneth Kelley Chiropractor Regular $79 - $135 Program Offer Expires June 15, 1989 YOUR INITIAL VISIT WILL INCLUDE: [] A private consultation with the doctor [] A thorough spinal examination including orthopedic & neurological tests [] A confidential report of our findings [] An explanation of our treatment procedure if we determine chiropractic can help you [] A referral to the proper specialist if we determine chiropractic can't help you X-rays if necessary To ^,,c, The THESE CONDITIONS ARE SOME OF THE =.a Face DANGER SIGNALS OF PINCHED NERVES To Throat TO Upper Umi~ [] Headache g;I .Fatigue To Hem [] Arthritic pain by stiff neck [] Tension [] Loss of sleep Backache [] Scoliosis fig Arm pain & numbness [] Leg pain & numbness Whiplash injury If You Are Experiencing Any Of These Symptoms, CaB Our Office Today For An Appointment 639 West Main Street, Sheridan I' DFFiCi'HOURSI J Mon. - Wed. - Fri. J 9-12, 1:30-6 Tue, - Thurs. 1:30-6