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Stork Stops w~. SUSan Thresher and' a nnounce the birth ~si&Qr~ red ~l~egrh. t e r, Rachel n~lL:-" Maternal o~nts are Mr. and ~:~aeWeia of Sheridan. ~grandparents are Mr. :llt_~~ Charles Thresher of on May 12. He weighed 7 pounds 9 oz. and joins a sister, Jody, at home. Paternal grandmother is Pearl Swensen of Willamina. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sours of Salem. Gaylor and Diane Williams of Sheridan announce the birth of a daughter, Jamie Lawryn, on May 14 at McMinnville. She weighed 7 pounds and 11 ounces. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Williams of Sheridan. Ma- ternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. James DeJong of Sheridan. Vincent and Annette Perez of Sheridan announce the birth of a daughter Salina Pauline, on May 12 at McMinnville. She weighed 7 pounds and 41/2 ounces. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Cavan. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Perez of Weiser, Idaho. Philip and Susan Menden- hall of WiUamina announce the birth of a daughter, Abbey Kay, on May 12 at McMinn- ville. She weighed 7 pounds and 61/2 ounces. Maternal grandparents are Julia Jundt of Yakima, Wash. Paternal grandparents are Ward and Elizabeth Mendenhall of Wil- lamina. Oregon champion, Joseph Hargitt, 16, of WUlamina was a runner-up in the national finals of the AMVETS-Dodge Operation Driver Excellence program concluded today at Hersheyland Park. The Willamina High School sophomore competed with 35 other teenage champions in a two-day test of safe driving knowledge and skills for $10,000 in scholarships and prizes, including a new Dodge Aspen car. Driving portions of the competition were monitored by Pennsylvania State Police and were conducted on a special closed course erected at Hersheypark as well as on nearby expressways and city streets. The closed course included measures of the contestant's reactions in simulated stress situations as well as ability to maneuver a car. Penalty points were assess- ed if a driver neglected to check and make use of the car's safety equipment. A written exam tested knowledge of safe driving 'x ration O.E:. Oregon champion Joseph Hargltt, 16, of Willamina accepts a runner-up trophy from AMVETS National Commander Ted Leszkiewicz Ti Jes, les ST ONE IGA POTATOE 2BAG BOX VALCREST BELTSVILLE 4TO6 ange police j When policeman Marc Johnson's 2-mouth CETA gram exph May IL lamina was once again left short a patroiman. u,,tu AwU, the city coundl was uncertain whether the city would have aay CETA piney available for the coming year, but CEYA grants have been extended under new regu- lations that stress training more strongly than berate. O ill M 1979, beginning at 7:30 p.m. in Room 32, County Coutt- I " ii;~i~ i~i~ i~~E~ ---"- to consider recommended INd- ' ' L B 0rities for possible road md__ improvements for the 1~0 BNS FULLY COOKED HYGRADE BOLO,BEEF BOLD, 12 OZ a=~'ud~~. I Tlm Camm~ee wili recelve SAL, SPICED, ~ in~ ~ the C p,oj , h put,nq] k B be evi~ed and the various S OREGON GROWN LB I~ ' 3 HINDQUARTERS g 3 FRONT % LEGS &g THIGHS __~1~01 (BREASTS1.39) ~AN ~A~SS FESTIVe, exes e be called patrolman. At Chief Rollin Caryl's suggestion, the city council defined one of the CETA positions as that of police clerk-typist. Such a person would staff the office when a patrolman is not available and otherwise do some of the paper work required. The second newly defined CIETA potation is that of police security ffmwd who would be unarmed white on duty. The \\ A D D'L 6 5~ To qualify for CETA. thesecm~ guard will receive city cannot rehire under the training ~ to that of a ?~~,ff~ same designations. Further,re~'Iveoffm~,partdwhichis J the pay has been reduced to with the Marion County ........ s2.9o an hoar. Tn , the DepmtyT, rm and available ,money fails to solve part on the job. . it is extremely difficult to hire rity guard will take CETA-paid a patrolman on that salad,course work such as at ~ and the position cannot even Chemeketa CoUege. / 'r commltteer~ ~ o ~ meet RATH FRESH ARE Dad -- c, i " M ( . The Road Improvement ~ ~ by the H,O~lr ~ ,I;S; LB II1',11 , ,S8.o; .d~-o~.~.-- ~,,. ,,. ,_. 20 OZ ALL MEAT FULL POUND FRESH ARMOUR GREAT TO BBQ ~ hillCountywiliholdapuMic Co.n~ Board dr Commis- hearing on Thursday, June 7, alone~ w~ them ~ from 21 OZ GAL REG 52 REG $1.39 All imemated persons shoeid attend aid lmment their case fur mad improve. mere. If attmdam~ is im- possible, mrittea .swests or pectins for m,d aeve- ment slmuld be mailed to the Yamhm Conaty Road Depart- merit, 2060 Iatfayette Aveaue, McMinnville, Oregon 97128. ervlce r es The Forest Service is pre- alternative will be identified. paring and environmental In the past, the public has statement about methods use expressed several concerns, to control unwanted vegetation particularly about the use of on national forest land in heribicides, Worthington not- Oregon and Washington. A ed. These concerns include air draR statement is scheduled to and water quality, possible be finished in August and the effects on humans, fish and final statement will be corn- wildlife, employment, econo- pleted next March. Full public mic~ and long term timber review will be asked, productivity. In addition to Regional Forester R.E. herbicides, other methods will (Dick) Worthington said the be examined. They include the statement will deal with use of hand tools, power tools, over-all methods and policies machines and fertilizers. All rather than specific projects will be addressed in the but will be use as a basis for statement. proposing of planning specific Worthington has assembled projects on individual natmna~ an interdisciplinary team to forests, help prepare the statement, Managing vegetation in- which will also review pertin- eludes such programs as ent laws and regulations and reforestation, road and trail evaluate variouw management maintenance, range improve- mathods. AI Wolfson, project merit, wildlife habitat man- team leader, said the state- agement, and fire protection, merit will replace a 1978 Forest Worthington said the state- Service publications, Vege- merit will be limited to the ration Management with Her- programs that manipulate bicides that dealt with the use unwanted vegetation . All of herbicides on specific areas. available methods will be For more information, or to identified, tested for feasi- receive future mailings of bility, and analyzed for envir- information, members of the onmental impacts. The meth- public area ask to write to ods will be displayed to show Randall Perkins, c/o Regional the full spectrum of opinion Forester, P.O. Box 3023, and concern. A preferred Portland, OR 97208. Soak oven racks in detergent overnight to make them easier to clean.