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May 4, 1994

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.___Wednesday, May 4, 1994, The Sun 5 + t I | ~~,~ : ..~ Worker wears a protective mask as he puts up wall inside the $10 million federal jail being built next to the minimum- security camp in Sheridan. Jail will house up to 300 inmates and will employ about 50 staff.--Photo by Corinne Ivey. Non K. Kellar George M. McCall Non K. Kellar, 51, of Willamina George M. McCall, 82, of Sheri- oise Boise Cascade is seeking a renewal permit for five years to discharge chemicals to operate its green veneer plant and hog fuel permit ity (DEQ) until May 31. Boise wants to increase the dis- charge of particulate matter by 15.1 tons per year, nitrogen oxides by 9.6 died April 25 in a truck accident dan died April 26 in McMinnville boiler at the company's Willamina tons, volatile organic compounds by near Otter Rock. Hospital. mill. 2.7 tons and sulfur dioxide by a _He was born Oct. 3, 1942 in He was born Feb. 23, 1912 in Public comments on the request half-ton. COUncil Bluffs, Iowa to Albert and Jamestown, Kan., to Thomas and may be presented to the stateCopies of the permit request are I'larriet (Fouser) Kellar. He married Grace (Brooks) McCall. He married Department of Environmental Qual- available at the Willamina library or ary Louise Franks on April 30, Dorothy Riley on March 24, 1935 in t982. Baton Rouge, La. She died in 1980. lHe moved to Grand Ronde in He was an engineer for the Uni- 985 and to Willamina in 1991. He versity of Oregon medical school in SPent most of his life as a truck Portland and served in the Navy driver and had driven chip trucks for during World War II. PRM/Maben Trucking since 1987. Survivors include a nephew, John His hobby was car racing and he Sproull of Sheridan; nieces, Mari- Vas a former Mid-West driver on anne Phelps of Newberg and Sherri dirt tracks. He enjoyed polishing his Snyder of California; sister, Doris reterbuiit and buildingmodel Flora of Lewiston, Idaho; four great trucks, nephews and four great nieces. Survivors include his wife; sons, Services were held Saturday at Allen and Jeffrey of Council Bluffs; Green Crest Memorial Park. Step-sons, S/S t. Charles Colleton Arrangements were by Adamson's San Clemen e, Calif., and James Sheridan Funeral Home. ' tynn of Alameda, Calif.; step- ghters, Charlotte Cornwell of Dale Eugene Mode filamina and Caroline Gunderson Dale Eugene Mode, 68, formerly of Council Bluffs; father, Albert of Wiilamina, died April 28 at his Tabor, Iowa; sisters, Doris Jones home in Otis. Wheatridge, Colo., and Beverly He was born Aug. 25, 1925 in UOatrnan of Lake Hughes, Calif.; Independence to Dock and Minnie 12 were held Saturday at Wiilamina Christian Church. were by Dallas Mor- (Simpson) Mode. He married Helen Weigel in 1945 in San Francisco, Calif. He moved to Willamina as a young boy and enlisted in the Navy after his junior year in high school. He served during World War II and returned to Willamina, working for Willamina Lumber Co. until his retirement in 1982. He then moved to Otis. Survivors include his wife; sons, ns may be made to Valley Citizens for Timber or Society. AUdrey R. Dillon R. Dillon, 73, of Willa- died April 27 at her home. ~1 ": ,- ,j r' + 1 , TRY VINYL REPLACEMENT WINDOWS! Lifetime Warranty Energy Efficient BEST WINDOWS, BEST INSTALLERS, BEST PRICE/ Wa!].aee o&. Sons Contractors CCBH 31738 "Dedicated to customer satisfaction" West Valley Citizens for Timber Saturday, May 7 8 am 'til sold out $10 (generous) scoop We load, U-haul 421 Main St., Willamina 876-2386 was born March 3, 1921 in Stanley of Grand Ronde, Richard to Ernest and Bessie and Alan of Otis and Dan of Yelm, m' Wilson. She married Wash.; 10 grandchildren and three Dillon on Jan. 30, 1942 in great-grandchildren. ;on, Wash. He is deceased. At his request, no services will be Was a homemaker, very tam- held. Arrangements are by Pacific nted and loved crocheting, View Memorial Chapel in Lincoln g and camping. City. Memorial contributions may be 'Myers include her sons, Jerry made to Home Health, North Lin- nd Ronde, Ralph of Sterling coln Hospice or In-Home Services, t, Dale of Willamina, Richard c/o PO Box 767, Lincoln City, Or '1:, em and Harold Meracle of97367. [ ld; daughters, Linda Hackney i :Ville, Wash., Janice of Willa- Sheridan lists and Frances Meracle of Port-dren. [ ;randchildren an l 39 great- public meetings /99g, 9..00