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Wednesday, May 25, 1994, The Sun 3 gets prison term Ted Mayfield, owner of Sheri- dan Sky Sports, was again sentenced to a year in federal prison camp last Week by a federal judge who apolo- gized for not following up on action taken six years ago. U.S. District Judge James M. 13urns acknowledged that the case "fell through the cracks" after he initially sentenced Mayfield to prison for flying airplanes without a pilot s license. The judge Waived the prison term in 1988 on Condition that Mayfield quit the Skydiving business. Mayfield's lawyer, David Larson, ,field tried to sell the on several occasions but all the deals fell through. Burns will decide on May 27 Mayfield will begin to serve prison term. Mayfield's license to rig para- in February after Federal Aviation Administration the death of a Portland Charles Schaefer. That Sheridan High School students early Aaron, right, and Marcus Vollman take part in mock wedding with principal Craig Prough serving as the minister. The wedding was part of teacher Bob Bennett's personal finance class segment aimed at teaching students how to deal with life after graduation.--Photo by Brenda Butterfield. Sheridan bands to hold fundraisers concluded that May- had packed Schaefer's chute Retirement party .~Vith an automatic activating device for city employee klayfieid knew had failed its last test. A retirement party for Peg Shaw- teacher ver, assistant recorder for the city of El Sheridan, will be held from 3 to 5 July 5 trial p.m. Thursday in city hall. RESERVATION HOTLINE 843-3337 Shawver has worked for the city for ! 2 years. She is retiring May 31. Born and raised in Sheridan, she is a graduate of Sheridan High School. Her parents, Walter and Dorothy Ivie, were co-owners of Ivie Hardware in Sheridan. The Sheridan High School and Chapman School bands will hold a garage sale, car wash and bake sale from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday and from I 0 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday in the high school parking lot. Anyone wishing to donate items for the garage sale may drop them off at the high school cafeteria from 3 to 6 p.m. Friday. Donations of baked goods may be dropped off Saturday morning after 8:30 a.m. For more information, call Linda McBride at 843-3040 or Angle Stoutenburg at 843-4354. Shawver has two sons, Stun and Steve, and a grand-daughter, Ivy. She has moved to Willamina where she is now serving as chair- ~__ __ it__ man of the city planning commie- uomputer camp sion. John Groth, a Willamina High SChool teacher and coach charged ith sexual abuse of a 17-year-old in 1991, will stand trial July 5. Groth was arrested May 6 on charges of third-degree sexual that allegedly occurred at High School. Groth was suspended from teach- at Willamina High School on 9. He had been coaching the softball team and previously School board okays calendar Sheridan students will return to school before Labor Day again this year, according to a calendar adopted last week by the school board. Superintendent LeRoy Key said the calendar is the same schedule adopted by most school districts in Yamhill County and follows the Yamhill Educational Service Dis- trict (ESD) schedule. The ESD provides programs lbr students in special education and it would cost the district more money to have a different calendar, Key said. Students in the Willamina school district, however, will return to school after Labor Day to give hiked The Grand Ronde Sanitary Dis- trict board has voted to raise some of its tees, according to district clerk Sandy Roselte. The hookup tee will double from $11)00 to $2,000. The inspection tee and new permit tees will increase from $35 to $50 each. The new lees will go into effect June I. Roselle said the increases were necessary because the district needed to do some repairs. "'Basically, quite a few repairs need to be done," she said. "We didn't want to pass the costs onto the current ratepayers so we raised the lees for new hookups." 1. The Three Musketeers 2. The Return of Jafar 3. Perfect World 4. Remains of the Day 5. Cool Runnings 6. A Dangerous Woman 7. Addams Family Values 8. Malice 9. Another Stakeout 10. The Beverly Hillbillies NEW - COMING SOON: Short Cuts - 6/1 Woynes World II - 6/8 The Air Up There - 6/15 mmm m m m m m Z Rent One Get One FREE Julie Moser Pharmacist How to Get Rid of Head Lice Head lice are tiny, wingless insects that reside on the scalp and hair of humans (mostly children). Lice live off the blood they suck from bites tothe scalp. Infestations are highly contagious and affect more than l0 million Americans each year. Lice can be transferred on combs, brushes, and other ob- jects. Outbreaks are common in schools and day care centers. Bites and fecal deposits from head lice may cause itching of the scalp. The adult female louse may lay up to 150 eggs in one instance. The eggs become attached to hair follicles. Effective treatment of head lice involves killing the lice as well as eggs attached to the hair. According to the Handbook of Nonprescription Drugs, the medicine of choice for treating head lice in adults and children is 1% permethrin cream rinse. Be- fore applying the rinse, shampoo the hair with regular shampoo. Rinse the hair before applying permeth-rin. Let the rinse remain on the scalp for 10 minutes. Rinse and dry the hair again. Remove lice eggs and egg shells from the hair with the special comb pro- vided. A second treatment in 7 to 10 days may be necessary to kill lice that hatch after the first treat- ment. Wash combs and hair brushes in the lice-killing rinse and then boil them. All family members in con- tact with the affected child should be treated. Product labeling sug- e0ached the varsity football team. planned in Sheridan students time to take part in the gests that you not use permethrin TA Oregon State Fair. Good Any Doy Anytime, Movie or Gome rinse on children under age two. Ja youth Sheridan P A computer camp will be held Good thr~ Moy31. 1,imP4~ mn car crash to elect officers again thissummerinSheridan. Willamina school M,=I aoM . Tow D UGS The school board last week 103 E. Main Street, Sheridan agreed with a request from 5th budget meeting set I Phone 843-2422 R. Hang, 16, of Willamina, The Sheridan PTA will elect offi- grade teacher Janet Mautner to hold a fractured back in a single- curs for the 1994-95 school year at 7 122 E. Main Pharmocy Hours: Mondoy-Friday 9-6 the sessions from June 21 to July 14 The Willamina school district's I Sheridan [ n~----~iJ, I Soturday 9 am to 1 pm crash May 18. p.m. today in the Chapman library, at Chapman Grade School. budget committee will meet at 7 l a4a_aaa7 ] Store Hours: 9-6 Monday-Soturdoy was driving a 1968 Chevrolet All members are: encouraged to , There will be three one:hbUr p.m. Friday to finalize the proposed I WIN'~ HOURS: ['k't4dm / I that crashed when he was attend .......... sessions per day, starting at 8:30 1994-95 budget. The meeting is iFrl.&Sat, llam_i0ptn---~.,-~~ I [ ~~ to pass another VehicleWillamina FFA a.m. scheduled for Willamina High| .Stmday II am-9:30 pm | 18B near Zimbrick ~ .... School library and is open to the ~ THE SUN - 843-2312 p.m. The car rolled to hold banquet Helpers needed for public. Haug was not wearing a seat according to state police summer youth program . was listed in serious condi- In Emanuei Hospital in Port- !Sen summer 10be available The annual Willamina FFA Ban- quet will be held at 6 p.m. Thursday at the Willamina Middle School. A charter member social will begin at 5 p.m. The banquet is held to thank local supporters of the FFA and to recog- nize outstanding involvement and participation. Dinner and dessert will be pro- vided. The Tina Miller Teen Center in Willamina is looking for volunteers to help start a summer youth pro- gram for the children of Willamina. Volunteers are needed for a few hours each week. Anyone with expertise in any art, craft or area of CHOOSING EXTERIOR PAINT talent appropriate for teaching to jobs for teen-agers and a youngsters is encouraged to volun- Latex acrylic "water-based" paints are an leader will be available in tour. Supplies are also needed and excellent choice for your home's exterior. Rondo, thanks to state video Schools to present donations to help sponsor the pro- Acrylic paint has tiny particles of acrylic revenues. gram are requested, suspended in the water. When Polk County Commission for spring programs if you are interested in helping, \ the water evaporates dren and Families picked the call 876-2293. ~'/' zlesbondt0gether, m for funding. It will beTwo local schools will hold their plastic film. Q istered by the Confederated spring programs next week. Jaycees need 'lea Bristles 'lea Br,stles ~, of Grand Ronde. Willamina Elementary School :us good "agers will clear brush alng will hld its prgram' 'Tm a SPe- new members 504 S12 2lJ) build water holes for fire- cial Person," at 7 p.m. Tuesday. g, set up and clean up after Grand Rondo Elementary School The West Valley Jaycees are look- nual pew wow and pick up will hold its program, "A Little Bit ing for new members. Six new members are needed to keep theyou ~ I-[ 1OO% Pure The crew will work eight of Country," at 7 p.m. Wednesday. chapter open in the West Valley. a day most of July and /[_ t. If are interested in joining or 9ply for one of the jobs, call West Valley band would like more information about ;it the Grand Ronde tribal needs members Jaycees, contact Toni Wolfe at 843- ~v'(I,~B~| ineral Spirits IhAII~III I m ]~f.[ J [ Y office. 4425. Oil P i I' V " Bob Belieu, known affection- ,er earns ately as Sheridan's "Music Man," Willamina FFA elor's needs some musicians again to form 5 Gallonc , ]1 ine f U,r . m n I degree theWestValleyMarchingBand, students compete f I 11( ,s William Mosey of Willa- The band will play in both the On May 12, the Willamina FFA , I XVill receive a bachelor of Phil Sheridan Days and July 4th competed in the Lower Willamette I It t To cleon up. all | ~gree in business adminis- parades in Willamina. District gg. Mechanics contest. That s only $13 gal.. 3m Oregon State Univer- Anyone who can play an instru- The contest consisted of a variety [ h/pes oF ! od l sed pamtsl month, ment and would like to march in the of activities that ranged from weld- 1 -Gallon 3allen "" " is one of more than 3,000 band should call Belieu at 843- ing and small engine repair to Sale prices good through June 7, 1994 Who will receive degrees at 4170. surveying and spray calibrations. 's 125th annual com- The team placed third in the ar~"\ ceremony on Sunday, Polk 4-H competition with the tbllowing Latex Flat12 Ye registrations due results: ecneu, ,m= Surveying: Carrie Kirkham, 3rd; One Coat Coverage memories The time has come to get all 4-n Daniel Reid, 5th. Spray Calibrations: Daniel Reid, Stain & Fade One Coat Coverage requested enrollmentSExtension officein to forthe 4-H'ersPlk CountYwho 2nO; Jason Propes, 6th. Resistant Fade/M ew Mig Welding: Shane Zook, 5th. have some memories of want to show their projects at Tap andDie: Kasey Osbom, 2nd; -Beautiful Resistant 6, 1944, when the county fair. According to Miriam Barbara Buckholtz, 9th. "Egg Shell" Finish Nearly 1000 colors! invaded Normandy Lowrie, OSU Extension/4-H agent, Drill Bit Sharpening: Barbara War II? all 4-H enrollments must be corn- Buckholtz, 5th. d like to share them on the pleted (including project service Small Engines: Bill Borck, 6th. of this event, we'd fees, health forms and insurance Electrification: Tom Barker, 10th. Gal. Gal. from you by this Friday fees) and received at the Extension Other members of the team are include your recollections office in Dallas by 5 p.m. June 1. Jeremiah Johnson, Ben Mendenhail, Une 1 edition. Nell Smith and Wayne Stubbs. rvey by Image Analy- Weiher wins The FFA also competed in the research firm, i crops and weed identification con- many Americans don't Donkey Drop' test. In this contest, the student what D-Day stands for? identifies the plant by its common in the Port- Scott Weiher of Sheridan is the name. Competing in this event were in a random telephone winner of the $500 cash prize for Tanya Waggoner, Daniel Reid, Car- SHERIDAN Store Hours: You may qualify ~Vere asked "What is D the Sheridan Booster Club's "Don- rio Kirkham, Tom Barker, Wayne ' 345 S. Bridge St. Monday - Friday to open a Copeland ai Percent of those 25 and key Drop Bingo" fundraiser held Stubbs, Tonya Newton, Barbara 843-3342 7:30 am to 5 pm Chllrge Account 27 percent of those 25 Saturday at the Sheridan High Buckholtz, Kasey Osborn and 843-2252 Saturday 8 am to 5 pm know. School field. Mendenhall.