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4 Sheridan Sun, Sheridan, Oregon, Thursday, July 12, 1979 as ep. onn su po su I ' "onal s nset la P t natn u . . 50W n I n Ore,o. o.,res m.n rooess s: in, ocision,,-' ~i::~:~i~ AuCo!n says the time has n.-?schedule of pe.riodic and dinated st ..... ~ come to instill the same kind of ,,,t .... atl~ termmatton of AuCom foreca sS O [ ~:~ ~l ~ .... discipline on legislative over- agencies or programs.. , few years Con.g~, | %~: ::: : sight of federal agencies as --lnorougn analyses oy leg- set revmw wn, , The ercentage of gasoline : ..... ~"~ ha~ " islative su rt staff of an function as essen~ P . ~:~: ..... imposed on federal PPO . _ supplies which will be mane ~ spending agency's or program's per- second-nature as,= available to motorists in Idaho, ~ ~ ! In wri~en testimony to the formance, in advance of sunset review procedure is Oregon and Washington this ~ -. ..... ~ House Subcommittee on Leg- hearings " . July shows a_ drop when " ~lllllm ~ islative Process, AuCoin sup- --A procedure to phase in "It may be a_~' comparea with July of 1978. ~ ~'~..~!~ ~!!:.: ported adoption of "sunset sunset review of agencies initially but sun~ Even so, following the historic .~ legislation" which he said "States that have had pro- structive potential~ trend of increased gasohne use ~ :~ would establish lifespans for blems with sunset bit off more almost every other in summer, the volume el l ....... ~:~;~ federal agencies and require than they could chew we perform," ,he gasoline will increase by about ,] ~{$'i .... periodic Congressional review initially," AuCoin said subcommittee. ' Jr. 5.4 million gallons over that ..9 .i~:, ' / of their usefulness --Simultaneous review of increase in powers,! supplied this June. The ~ ..... AuCoin called sunset leois- related programs wherever budget function w~ w .... P f0t figures for Alaska she a : lation an essentml mgredtent they are located in the federal merely a method.. slight increase over June. ~'~ to restore effectwe Conores-~ jigsaw puzzle," AuCoin . said the responsibiliti. The Department ofEnergy's sional oversight over a bur- this will enable Congressmnal stituents demana allocation system provides for . /;~ ~ eaucracythat is growing relent- committees to see how spend- form " the measurement of a sup- ~ ..... , , . ~ iessly pher s percentage of gasohne / ~ .............. "To eliminate waste and At n n - supplies that were available in ~ red eunnecessary eral m D U I a n c e r e p o r 1 uc fed _ the same month of last year, in ~ ~*= n -- h ve l~ ......... ~:.~. spe dmg, Congress must a Douo Latham of Sheridan transported to tins case, Jmy lv/o. r ":~ an effective means to oversee was severly injured July 5 Hospital by Supet~ ~e~n!P~aid~Lyh aa~!eg!; i .... '~ : ~eemPa!lTLTdt~n tf:h;2:Ts chert h:wcutn h~e l~il~aitrn~n: lhVhctr JeT:lsk~; what"t. ......... wa~ auppncul:"'t l:n the ~ 1- n" o me'" , area. The new Quick Response t e t tgh" by L, previous year The refiner's or Clara Redden of Sheridan practices organ music comml~t~t~mAuYc~n said SsU:" Team of Willamina responded 7. He was_t~ supplier's allocation ~action is and dreams of becoming local music director for set legislation offers "a way to to the emergency call. He was bupermr AmOulaa set aside for distribution by reviewed "~" " " lne ,..ongressman~ ~ _- _ _ Ik ~af~tattingllevS~:~ee haErdeshg; BY %giisRl~e~rrtsn "Do Iwant to start a sumphony? No, citizens but the orchestra woulO O e open b:~de:hatothses iCsOwng~;SnSi,,n:~ r ,~ _ I~|CK,_ _, that's not my cup of tea really It s too to all ages, including youngsters, Mrs. g p g II ."~.~llV ~ | A ,,.j,_-29A ann emergency cases 1he , - ' ' evidenced b bud ets a remainin- -roduct is then Clara Redden wants to be Sheridan s high class l like old-time songs, popular Redden sa,d. - Y g P" l do|tan- :s tg p ..... answer to that ever nopular and bubbly music and nostalgic pieces A relative newcomer to Sheridan, she proved the past three years far 1 .... ~a~g'~=~" com area to me supply el Jmy P under what was re sed b .............. musician Lawrence Welk Although she has never played in an has lived in Salem, Portland and p po Y 1 L"Tt Farm Realty (30. ; iv/o; ~tme lv/v suppny ngure ' or h " 1 the President - -- ...... .~ " ........... In fact, she wants to start an orchestra c estra, her mustca background Colorado. Last year she married Harold . --- , ,~ ....... %v v --- Id t s less man me lv/o ngure, a in town comnosed mostlv of senior includes teachin~ music as a teen-ager to Redden and moved to town residing at He urged the commtttee, tn .j .... Ill traction ot less man I results, citizens. ~I'o this'end she has been vlacing neighborhood youngsters. And she rarely 503 S.E Sheridan Road " ' considering sunset legislation, ~- " -~ .ll~l~l~ Ill| 1 [I - to look at state sunset laws in posters all around the city that read: passes up a chance to entertain at the ' Her husband, she noted, is also retired --- .' I d_ lJ ' | -~ - - -| ]JJ ~r ~[ ,~ "Sheridan symphony? Call 843-3779 " piano whether it's at home in front of her and enjoys glass cutting as a hobby,order to incorporate the best .... '" L biluaeu Well, we called and here's what we family or before a crowd at the senior Can Mrs. Redden stimulate local aspects and to avoid pitfalls " I1 Sunset legmlatmn has the -# found citizens lunches held at the Sheridan residentg enough to start a musical " " 1 LP~I UP "I'VE 51"~L~. ' American Le m 11 9Well ' potenttal of saving tax dollars l L_/'_ 7.'-'-" -"...... --" 'Yes I am a musician I nlav the " g" n Ha . group. ,onething ssure she has the " I/ .~,k .-. .-. ^^..4.4 .... niano' mandolin and or~,an " "' ~Mrs But sofar she has had httle response to" enthusiasm needed for the job. by ehmmatm" " " g wasteful g-ov .~/~D--T~N* LOOK ~Do~Ml~..'ll~ lXUUHty,, ,vt~uu~.,,g^ [~edden said in a pleasant' voice that her posters. "I'd sure like to ge't some Move over Lawrence Welk. Andaone ernmentpractices, butitcould I ~'/~, ~ ~ Word has been received on contained the hint of a smile " calls I'm catering mostly to senior and a two and a three[ also turn out ot be the 1 /~ . ~~-'r-! ~ I~1/~ [ , "biggest potential wasteful _ Il ! ! I I i the death of Kathryn K. . practice of them all," he ltl-;l Maddoux of Portland, whose __ -- I! | warned t'-l / , survivors include two Sheridan G ISco ta .. AuCom send the experience So,o. / ~I famdnes~ IV U rOOD rloDor'ea in 30 states that now have ' /Y L, ranaparents are Mr. and ~ | ........... ~.__ t. .... :__.1 ~'~'~l /jr'[" ] [ t~'~ "" W~'V'|! Mrs. Thomas T. Windham of ............ r. .... =, The -rizeincludino $500 A fashion show featuring 60 cil area of Benton, Lincoln, ~u~t ~w~^.a~ uc. ^m~xcu,1 ";T"~g~] ~,.~. ~-'~ ~anttam ~LJIII ,3gUUt %.OUIIt~II g ' ~ ' OUt LIIU ~[~itgttT~t ~UL:~U~ ~'-/ ' Sheridan, Greatgrandmother ................ a.a w.. *h= ~.~.t ~..,. ~ ars f Girl ~ut uniforms Lmn, Marion, Polk and ...... .1 ~ rf,.~.~ - ~L.~ l is Mrs. Merge Crowson, also ............ - "~-'~ "- 'o~'~ ~--"-g--- "~ as -art of a craft raw Girl Vamh~llCounties. Santtam ...... 1 'lq,:/ ~ ~e_,~ ALL OV[R I ..... nat~onwlae Lolgate-ra~mouve ..,,.-,.-.a.,, v,.g.a,,, ,.,,,~,, v ............. nave mcorporatea severax Key -~'=~-'~k ]r" l "----- Z .... or anerman. ...... t L~lrl 3COUT Louncll IS a on|tea Co Heln Youna America/ ores Gwl Scouts and semor Scouts shared w~th seniors a ..i .... ,~ ;..... +t...: ...... . ........ , I E E 1~ ~t'~ l, / u ' J " W ~I~III~IIL~ lll/~J Ikllqg, li ;~I.II;~L I I a.oao.ux, a,ea as a Help Senior Americans Cam-citizens for social activities and the Salem Senior Center m ay agency. ~ resmt ot injuries trom oemg . service "re;eels 1978 was a hiohli~,ht of the - ~ ~ a struck on the head by peagn, v J ..... entry. . ~,l~ l~l~J~ . . ~ ~l protruding lumber from a m In March, the fashion show ~ ,~k~kx"~ l~~~~t~'; passing truck as she walked W ~ ~ r c r~ I t~ r c Ita g g was recreated after the ~ ~k'~ --~'~ll[-~x,~ ~k~"~-'~-'~XW~~.,~~ ( along a roadway. Burial was in ~ . ~ . ,~ v v -- "~ ~ ,~. v Santiam Council entry was ~ ~ ~'~ ~~z.~ ,~ v ~ ~ bunset Hills Memorial Park, chosen by Colgate-Palmolive ~ ~ )~ - '~ I Portland n ~ I ~ ~'t Iv~ ~ A u a,~ ~ ~ ~,~ ~'~ as the Girl Scout represe ta- ~ ff~{ _L~ ~ ~ ~" ~'~'~'~- - ,~J .- ~ I ~ I I | | ~ ~ I I I [ V ~[ U ~ rive in an upcoming 30-minute ~ ~ ~ u' ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ('-" ~ Ir ir ,-~ ~ 41. ; ,-~ ~ ~ television production which / ~ -- Illl %., %d / l ~ L / I ~ II This summer you will havelikeGloria Webber, a well will feature six national youth ,~/ a~ ~ l June 28: Ro-er William the opportunity to explore an known painter from Portland. groups. Girl Scouts of all'ages I~r ~ _ __. ..,n~J[~ s Glorm Webber wut oe teach Sum- was arreste ..... activity that is creative, a " modeled Brownie, Junior, ~[J[ ~tlgdl& ~1~ k ~ql~,~/'~ while' suspende~u, Trv~=ln:challenge and the most fun in lag at the Chemeketa Cadette and Senior Scout I1 ~j[ ~r ~61m~ l JIll II~H[ JIll f-I ...... gr ~ " the summertime--watercolorMcMinnville Center the fol-uniforms, and senior citizens ~k~.,=~ ~J[ -~r ~ ~[~ ~ ~ ~ ase name to ponce pincer ann -" lowinv week July 23 through drivino with no insuran,,- pamtmg, o ' . modeled adult uniforms. ~ll II ~ ! il Ii - ......... This on,~ortunit,, comes July 27 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. ~m ~'~ mat ~ .... Donald Roland Proctor, 31, vv : " n " n Willami a ...... through two classesbeing Thts class will be ope to all The contest ts ope to the ~'~ n , anv|ng unaer me ...... ------.,- ,-,nersons with a basicto six outh rou s Girl Scouts "~ influence of alcohol $265 r,..., taugm this summer. ~uly tt -r Y g P ' ' ..... '- ":'~: July 19, Sharon Cowherd will professional experience in Boy Scouts, Boys Club, Girls ~ suspenaen It attena anconoi ~ lor " " 4 O school Fine paid be teaching the basics of waterco, pa!ntlng.. . . Club, Campfre and ~, . The [[, ~ @ " watercolor techniaues to rrereglstrauon ts requlreu campaign is annual out me ~ I~l " ' li /ll arl llq Illl /f ! - .- , , . be..mners~" at the McMinnville for both c asses. Call 472-8810 theme varies. Sher |de n po [ |c e Association of the Arts Gel- for the beginning watercolor Karen Wren, Salem, is lery. The class will meet for workshop The fee is $16 for volunteer coordinator for Iklk l~J[ B~i~ad~l~II J[~ ~[ ~ ~, ~H[ h h, a, ~"'"a Lee v,~**it of three days from 10 a.m. to 3 members of the MAA and $20 Hand-in-Hand. Various pro- ~'~,.. ,~" ~ ~ ~q~,,~i ~iJ ~J[ ~J[ ~ '~l~l[ ~Sheridan'was- ^-'ed'whilep.m. for non-members. Call 47~-jeers to encourage cross-age ~ w ~ v .m ........ ~ ~ .; .... .~..=.~,t.~t:~..~~. ..... r The class is designed to9482 for the Gloria Webber interaction are carded on by II drlvl/i~ uuuut tll~ lllllL~ll=.w~.., '*~l ~l w r .... o t "" , intoxicants. Trial will be set at prepare you to take classes .a.tercolor we kshop. The fee mdw~duai Gtrl Sc lu ~oops wtth vtsttmg watercolorists will be $45 throughout the Santmm t~oun later date " .... " " ][. !- 1 9 1,4 1 July 7: Larry Edward Pond of / '! O U 1 I O A 1 , Willamina was arrested for I ta n o r wnr K - .- J ._ . driving while under the ----r* ..... I~ ~x7 ..... ~ ~|ft II 7, - -- - ~ i influence of intoxicants. " t. II )TI, FI B~ " ] July 10: Michael Lyle Step-reductnon ~ ,e ower sket hens of Sheridan was arrestedOre on Con ressman Les -. J/ I L"4 _/-'V i ~ ! I ~ II I on a warrant by Yamhfll g g ~ J ...... AuCoin has introduced a bill to -~( I "-/'~~ ~ T k3A~ II .. . . . ~, - Lounty Llrclut Court tor cut federal-a-erwork and to It i B illi i B ~llp~-- Ii ii ~Ollle Iii an(I illee! IleW owners ..oo-" ; perjury. Bail is set at $5,000 .... aPnp" im iif " " |1 I I II ! \ - II II ,,, *: -,--e ; streamnne a o s p y Tee ~ %,: eral rant re rams " [] I I [ [ [[ Mary and Renny Otjen, and o. cO ; The bill is titled the Federal i~ i t ~ I 1 m m t i I i ,m ,. - -- Assistance Paperwork and II I I , MI --ldl II thetr assistant, |iaroll Doran. V ' . Sheridan fire Regulations Reduction Act In II t I/l I tl . " . "~ ....... introducing ,t, AuCom sa,d ,t !1 I ~ I I~ " I III II II gl)12~lAl .. i ..o,u.=y ,:tease alarm at will bring greater uniformity to II F I \" t II~ I 1 I 1-dl II .~j, a_a~xl.C-xta 3herman Lnveaescent Len" the vernment's re ulat ~' ~-- "' II 3ca ~~~ ter. and gadministrative g ry ~ "~ " rnatJons P h o n e c o m p a n y . !,DINNER SPECIALS FOR YOU li ~--~~ma,:>" - --=-,.- , ~, In vase . ~,r names m-,--------- Monday, Wednesday, Saturday: -- 1 ,g~ ) [ ~~l~ ,., ,, u ~1 ~ "~~T=~ To~ s,,to,, $4 65 II ._ uniy ~..,,> Don Puddephatt, a 13-year from1970 to1974 when he was _~t,~"il.~) , " [[ Re,o. *~1.3o vai,,e ~IIA | Ill' United Telephone Company district engineer and wire .-~.5.~r.X--~ Tuesday Thursday: [I . -- -" u |f employee in White City, Ore. chief for United Telephone," \~ |1 " - II has been named Oregon coast Cooper said. ' ~- I/ COOK'S CH01C[ II service manager for the Puddephatt joined United " " ]/ [I 1"1-11;: ~:|~W~:n ,&gKE'r company in Lincoln City, TeIephone as a cable splicer x [ ~'// [[ "" --v v ......... effective July 16. The district and most recently has been a - ~ Friday: ]| | $ I N. E Iq ain includes Sheridan, Willamina service supervisor. If a~A ~l~ II " and Grand Ronde. He and his wife, Betty, and !1 PRIM|RIB I! Willamina 876-4622 His appointment was an- their three children have"~) [~ nounced m" Hood R~ver," Ore. located housing in Lincoln City . l:.~.)~l~ " We also feature: I|,, by customer service director and will be moving soon. AJ. :11:. , ~ Ill Tim Copper United Telephone's Oregon "-~". il~_.._.~Businessmen slunch specials every weekday [[ "Besides Den's numerous coast district includes tele- _.,~,,7.~,-,o~). . -, - .. [| years of telephone experience, phones in southern Tillamook ~/pore, ..... 518 $. Brtage, II he's acquainted wtth the and northern Lincoln as wellas ~// ~ a.m.-tu p.m. uauy ~harid~. I1 Oregon coast service area, parts of Yamhfl/ and Polk ~" Closed Sunday ,~-u.,uan . having lived in Lincoln City counties.