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camp lie un US Newberry were arrested" and ~lieved to be stolen was last Thursday evening County Sheriff's simultaneous search two Grand Ronde area was a quantity of and germinating to Detective Lane of Sheriff's office. 23, Deborah D. 37, and a minor were remote camp along north of Grand the searches. on one count of first Williams is being Yamhill County jail. officials, there were warrants for his s set at $50,000. was charged with a controlled sub- of $25,000 was set and Friday on her own ~:~~ A Ysmhill County Sheriff's deputy Inspects Items believed to have been stolen from the West Valley ares. The Items were arrested was also One count of first degree SOi KI in a drug mid in Grand Reade. later Thursday --Photo by t.eslle Newberry a foster care home, From both locations deputies knives and a maroon-colored high Lane. recovered what they believed to be school letter M. Sheriff's officers stolen goods from recent burglaries Trip wires and a board with rusty McMinnviile Police in the Grand Ronde area. Electronic nails were found in the wooded area Canine Unit when theyequipment, coins, jewelry, and other surroundi~g the Hebo Road location. warrants at 7:30 miscellaneous items were recovered. At the site of the nomad travel trailer Hebo Road, and at a Other items included a 1987 deputies found a dead dog which trailer located Sheridan High School class ring with appeared to have been abused. seven miles north- the initials D.G.P. engraved on the Officials estimate the street value Ronde Agency, inside, a carved wooden vase with a of the marijuana plants at $3,000. sheriff's office, green glass cat's head, a set of ii!il~ ./ Unwelcomed visitors Francis Hsenny, the owner of an abandoned warehouse st 145 NE Hill St., was when he woke Friday morning to find vandals had defaced his building and shrubbery with red spray paint. Haenny said he built the warehouse In 1956 his now defunct trucking company. The building was used by Northwest Glass f last April to store windows for the federal prison. Though the vandals broke the door window, Haenny said there was no Indication they entered the building. dated the exterior of the structure not too long ego at a cost of $500. Now he gallons of paint to undo the damage. --Photo by Mike Petrovsky Some of the new books Stephen King. In the second volume series. and June: Breathing of King's epic series, Roland the Playmates by Robert B. Parker. Aane Tyler. A warm and gunslinger travels to "our" world. Spenser, with the help of Hawk and about marriage. A ~ of lies by Eileen Susan, investigates a college athlete Goudge. A highly readable story of accused of shaving points in Moons by Aaron secret lovers and tangled lives, basketball games. In the tradition of Gates of Paradise by V.C. The Power of Myth by Joseph l)own, a powerful story Andrews. 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Call today for more Information: Patty Huff in Amity 835-0622 or 1-800-333-3802 A NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION Wednesday, May 31, 1989, The Sun 15 see The Willamina City Council votedsized that the council's decision to The Postal Service has ye~ t~> an- unanimously Thursday to seek a resurface the road had nothing to do nounce when it intends to build the $25,000 state Department of Trans- with the United States Postal Ser- new post office. portation grant tar spays a portion of rice's tentative decision to locate a Mayor Francis Eddy volunteered Barber Streef between First and new post office in that area. to accompany ODOT officials when Main streets. The council has stated before that they come late in the summmer to in- it was opposed to locating the post The council, in a letter to be sent office at Barber and Main streets be- spect the portion of road the city to ODOT, asked that the section of cause of its out of the way location, hopes to resurface. The city won'~ be road be resurfaced with two inches of The council sent the federal agency a informed on whether it got the grant blacktoa, letter stating its objection to the pro- until sometime this fall, the mayor Councilman Gary Wopden empha, posed site earlier this year. said. Continued from Page 1 "I have yet to see a county cam- Bridge Committee" formed 10 years missioner with the exception of Mike ago when the bridge was first closed Propes who was just elected. I don't to traffic, think they (the other two commis- Erma Helms questioned the coun-signers) exist," said councilman Ga- ty's concerns over liability should the ry Wooden. bridge give way with people on it. That comment prompted Greb to Helms said information she received respond, "They do exist, at elections from the county indicated that once and to collect taxes." the bridge was removed the plat- Councilman Bob MacNamara dir- forms would remain. She wondered acted his criticism at the sheriff" s de- if the abandoned bridge platforms partment. might pose a greater safety.risk than "The sheriff in Polk County the bridge in its current form.doesn't know where this end of the Helms also questioned whether county is," MacNamara said. county officials haven't already In defense of the sheriff, Propes made their decision about the bridge said Polk County has only a 12- regardless of what the commission- member sheriff staff. That number ers might have said publicly, includes the sheriff, undersheriff, "In my opinion they (county offici- administrative staff, jailers and two sis) have formed the opinion that patrol deputies. He said there is only they're going to tear down the brid- one deputy on patrol at any given ge," Helms said. time. The bridge's decking, which was"People in North Salem and Man- relatively new when the bridge mouth are complaining about the closed to traffic in 1979, was another lack of police protection too. But we point of contention for the council can don't have enough money. The and the members of the audience. It county is working on a tax base that was said that county officials dates back to 1917," Propes said. planned to use the decking on other Propes said, however, the county country bridges once the Willamina is now looking into forming a timber bridge was dismantled, patrol in the outlying areas of the Propes said Friday the decking on county. The patrol will consist of a the bridge is now 12 years old and deputy whose primary function will would be valuable to the county if it be to look after the mills and timber decides that the bridge be taken out. operations and timber land. He said The commissioner said, however,the deputy will also respond to other that there was a good chance the complaints not related to the timber decking could be ruined during the industry. demolition process. "The timber patrol will put an of- Thursday night's discussion ricer over there (Willamina) which is prompted city councilmembersto in. a lot more than there ever has dude some not too subtle digs direct- been," Propes said. ed at the county commissioners Propes said the county is working knowing that the commission would with Wiilamina Lumber, Boise Cas- be listening to the tapes. The digs cads, the Bureau of Land Manage- were in the form of gripes against ment and other private and govern- '~t~e services the county provides the ment entities to help fund the pro- Willamina area---or, more to the gram. He said the program was still point, doesn't provide, according to in the planning stages. the council. Only 1S cents each[ THE SUN One look says it all! When you want the best body work for your car or truck, it makes sense to call the best body shop in town. 157 N.W. Orchard, Sheridan 843-3357 Free Estimates insurance Claims Welcome | | 196e Chamber activities Include: Monthly Forum -- installation Banquet with "ClUzenof The public is invited to attend the the Year" and "First Citizen" Chamber's monthly forum, featuring awards interesting speakers and timely topics. Drawing for 8 Itawsllan vacation The Fonmm are usually held on the Annual Faster Fog Hunt second Thursday each month. For 198g they have inckx:led: Sen. John Yamhlll River Bust Race Brermeman and Pep. Paul Hanneman Downtown project= In in February; Bob Edgar of Oregon 8heddan and Wilklmlna Marketplace in March; a West Valley Vlsltm Iofommtlon Centers In Health Fair preview with Darlene Mont- 8heridanandWIliamln8 gomery in April; a tour of the new federal prison in May. Inquiries & suggestions am we|come Next scheduled forum: Thursday, Write to: West Valley Chamber of June 8 at noon at Tha Green Frog, Commerce, P.O. Box 98, 8liar|dan, the topic will be "Crisis over the OR 97378 Forest." Security Pacific Bank Bill Jolley 1898 Officers: Hun~ey Agencies Hi :Spot Coffee Shop Gary Hampton, President West Valley Farmers Olson's Furniture & Antiques Bob Livingston, Vice President The Comer Store Mr. SI~ Realty Scott Cummins, Sec./Treas. Sheridan Fire District Smith's Auto Body Shop Gmtla B. Robertson, CPA Devieon Auto Parts Recording Secretary: The Sun Jack Fendall Fern Eberhart Sheridan Eye Care Center Zimbdck Logging West Valley Sanitary Service Willemlna Orugs 1989 Board Members: Sheddan Dairy Queen YamhUl County Rita Burr Tayto Lumber Co. St~eridgn Federal Correction Inst. Dick Castor Scott Cummins Bob Livingston Rtzgemld's Hardware Augle Frownfelter Coast to Coast Hardware Liberty Homes Gary Hampton ' Dick Jordan Farm Realty Northwest Natur~ Gas Glenda Hulett Margaret I.add H.R. Jones Veneer, Inc. Bob Jordan Jim Anderson Construction Confederated Tflbe8 of Grand Ronde Bob Livingston WUlamina Hardware , Stuck Electric, Inc. Gratla Robertson Alice & Mike Propea Sheridan Family ChiroprscUc Eric Schooler United Telephone U.S. National Bank Larry Yoder Toggle Chewolet Co. Portland General Electric Father Jim Crunlcan V~lamlna Lumber First Federal S & L K & VAuto Service Center Western YamhiD Medical Canter Frank Hilton