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Wednesday, June 28, 1989, The Sun 7 ROAD REPAIRS taxes because additional revenues were needed and because the taxes l read with interest the front page concerning the recent paving were fairly distributed. f the road by the cemetery to the The highway tax package being prison facility, developed this legislative session, however, is appalling. It violates the Somewhere in the back of my I recalled reading that basic principles of fair highway Construction promised at funding. beginning of construction to The tax package includes legisla- this section when the facility tion which will increase taxes on cars )leted. Several times during without a commensurate increase on ~e construction, I personally trucks. Thetax plan will use highway to Hoffman about the taxes for non-highway purposes. of the road and was told And the proposal will shift highway 'would see to it that it would revenues to the Portland Metro- fixed in the end. politan Area and away from the rest Now the Yamhill County of the state. have voted an These bills are bad for the motorist funding of $48,000 to fix and bad for our area of the state in road due to the damage done particular. These bills also create the installation of the pipe. such conflict that they threaten the a daily traveler from the Ballston future stability of highway funding in to my job in Sheridan, I can Oregon. to the fact that the road We must appeal to our legislators e was mainly done by heavy to stop this unfair tax scheme. We quipment, too much large supply must ask them to represent our traffic and by general abuse by interests by voting "NO" on Senate Construction. The pipe that Joint Resolution 12, House Bill 3055, installed runs along the edge of House Bill 3446 and House Bill 3447. le road. Dell Isham, Sounds like Hoffman did indeed Lincoln City that the road was fixed; they took their money ran and left the residents of HANNEMAN PRAISED County to pick up the cost. Legislative actions all too often are Donna R. Johnson, the subject of public criticism or Sheridan controversy. Permit me, therefore, LET'S GO BANDS I would like to thank band Olga Wedle and the who participated in the )man Marching Band. What a addition to have live in the Phil Sheridan Junior All that marching in front of )man these last few weeks sure sounded greatl Let us not forget the West Valley Band. We appreciate the and talent these people of our give to perform in the Sheridan Grand Parade. A band under the direction of Bob we can only be proud of. JoAnn Asheroft, Sheridan HIGHWAY BILL OPPOSED As a state senator from this from 1977 through 1984, 1 on the Senate Transportation During that time I increases in highway to compliment the positive legisla- tive work recently completed on the Department of Justice budget. Rep. Paul Hanneman played a very constructive role in deliberations by the Ways and Means Subcommittee of this important function of state government. Without adequate resources, we could not carry forward important statewide functions such as consumer protection, crime victim compensation, defense of criminal appeals, prosecuting organized criminal enterprises and child support enforcement. Hanneman's Appropriation Sub- committee was the most well informed and constructive before whom 1 have appeared since becoming Attorney General. Hanne- man's actions on the Department of Justice agenda deserve commenda- tion and full public support. Dave Frohnmayer, Attorney General tiNLEE SHELBOURN SR. services for MarVili Lee Sr., 56, who died June 11 Fireside, British Columbia, were Wednesday at Buck Hollow lie was born July 20, 1932 in Neb., the son of Henry irn and Maude (Shelbourn) and moved to Weiser, Idaho, child. He married Barbara Ann Sept. 1, 1953, in Weiser. was a 20-year veteran of the Guard and Army and in Germany, Korea and He received the Air Medal, Star, Purple Heart and retiring from the Armed he worked as a welder and driver for Towmotor in until he retired. He also had a here for the past 21 years. He a member of the Willamina of Foreign Wards Post and Masonic Order Ainsworth Lodge 201. He enjoyed traveling, with machinery, reading and with his family. Survivors include his wife; mother, D. Glover of Kuna, Idaho; Marvin Lee Jr. of Mountain Calif., and James Russel of Ga.; daughter, Carrie Elaine of Grand Ronde; brother, Sharp of Albemarle, N.C.; Nancy Scott of Des Moines, and four grandchildren. were by Adamson's Home. ERIC RODRIGUEZ- Rodriguez-Pacheco, 24, of died Monday in a car on Highway 18 at milepost He was born in Mexico and was at Monrovia Nursery Co., as a planter. was a member of San Martin ep Catholic Church, Dayton. He Survived by his wife, Margarita of Sheridan; son, Jose Rodriguez-Pacheco and San Juana Rodriguez- both of Mexico; and his David Rodriguez of Mexico. p.m. Wednesday at Catholic Church, Interment will be in of arrangements. is in I-free camp umber listed fgampers who want to plan aheat, now call a toll-free telephone ervations for sites ~)ver 600 national forest camp- Unds nationwide. can make reservations by 1-800-283-CAMP (2267) through Friday from 9 a.m. to and weekends 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Police reports SHERIDAN '~ ~June 9: Driving while revoked (Washington license), hit and run (Washington), cited for driving with- out a license at South Bridge and Harney Streets. June 12: Lori Rosenbalm arrested on Yamhill County warrant charging failure to appear in court; criminal mischief reported at 524 Yamhill St.; harassment reported at 224 Harrison St. June 13: Theft reported at 330 Ri- chard St. June 14: Suspicious circumstances reported at 133 Western St.; criminal mischief reported at the United Me- thodist Church. June 17" Kelly Kinion arrested on charges of driving while under the influence of intoxicants; driving while suspended, hit and run, re- ported in A.G.'s parking lot; assault reported at 525 West Main St. June 18: David Carr cited on charges of felony driving while su- spended. June 19: Criminal mischief report- ed at Masonic Cemetery; assisted Yamhill County Sheriff's in reported unauthorized use of a motor vehicle at 236 Yamhill St. June 24: Fatal dog poisoning re- ported at 327 Balm St. WILLAMINA June 20: Drive-by attempted shooting in front of Bureau of Land Management lot on Main Street. Un- der investigation. Ambulance runs WILLAMINA June 7: General medical on Fort Hill Road not transported. June 9: General medical on Fort Hill Road transported to VCH. June ll: General medical on Wil- lamina Drive transported to MCH; general medical on Grand Ronde Road not transported. June 14: Motor vehicle accident on McPhearson Road, one transported to MCH. June 18: General medical at rodeo grounds transported to MCH. June 19: Motor vehicle accident on Highway 18, not transported. accident at Harmony and Ridgeway Roads, not transported. June 26: Motor vehicle accident on Highway 18 at Scotty's Clocks, one dead on arrival; motor vehicle acci- dent on Gooseneck Road, one trans- ported to Valley Community Hospital. SHERIDAN June 18: Trauma at rodeo grounds transported by Life Flite; trauma at rodeo grounds transported to McMinnville Community Hospital. June 20: Motor vehicle accident on South Bridge Street, not transport- ed; mutual aid to McMinnville. 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