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ESD superintendent resigns Book launching at Mac library Milne sponsors town hall Thursday Presbyterians hold annual boutique The Yamhill Education Service l)istrict has announced the resigna- tion of James Redmond, Ph.D., from the position of superintendent effec- tive Jan 3 Dr. Redmond has served as su~'rintendent for the Yamhill ESD since July of 1988. Dr. Redmond has accepted the position of superintendent of the Oakland Schools in Michigan. This intermediate district northwest of l~troit serves 28 school districts With over 200,000 students. Reflecting on his tenure as super- |ntendent of the Yamhill ESD, Dr. Redmond stated, "I feel privileged to have played a part in the develop- rnent of this community by striving to answer some of the critical issues 0feducation in Yamhill County. The excellence of the Yamhill ESD is a tribute to the support it receives kern its board, staff, school districts and citizens." Leg pain screening at Mac Hospital If you are over 50 and your legs hart when you walk, you may be The Grand Ronde Indian Reserva- tion is the major focus of a book to be launched at the McMinnville Public Library at 7 p.m. Thursday in the Carnegie Room. The book is the Indian Journal of Rev. Robert William Summers, who was the first Episcopal priest of McMinnville and the surrounding area, from Tillamook to Toledo, from 1873 to 1881. Ernle Pressman Mac Hospital names new director State Rep. Patti Milne is sponsor- ing a public town hall meeting from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday at the Yamhill County Courthouse to provide information on the upcoming ballot measures. Milne stressed that this meeting is being held in the evening, since several other monthly town halls have been conducted in the morn- ing. The meeting will be held in the downstairs coffee room of the court- house, 535 E Fifth St., in McMinn- ville. The freshman representative said her intent for having the meeting is not to provide a platform for her own opinions on the measures, but rather to provide additional informa- tion--on both sides of the issues-- that voters may not have. "As a legislator, I receive more statistics, fact sheets and reports on the various ballot measures than the general public receives," Milne said. "I'm holding this special town hall to allow voters to come and get more information as they study the 20 different measures and make their decisions. "Sometimes the voter's pamphlet ~Uffering from peripheral arterial Ernie Pressman has been named is just not enough background to disease, a circulatory problem director of human resources at make these tough decisions." The First Presbyterian Church of McMinnville will hold its 1994 boutique from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday and from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Saturday. The church is located at 390 E Second St., McMinnville. Many varieties of food and crafts will be sold to benefit the church building fund and other church projects. For more information, call 434- 1436. Willamina city meetings listed The city of Willamina has announced its November public meetings, All meetings are held at 7:30 p.m. in city hall unless other- wise noted. Nov. 2: EID, Coyote Joe's, 8 a.m. Nov. 7: Planning commission. Nov. 8" Finance committee. Nov. 10: Municipal court, 9 a.m. Nov. 10: City council. Nov. 15: Library board, city library, 9 a.m. Nov. 19: Surplus property auc- tion, public works shop. Nov. 22: Public affairs committee. Nov. 24-25: Closed, Thanksgiv- Caused by narrowed or hardened McMinnville Community Hospital. ~teries. Pressman is responsible for Intel to discuss ing Nov. 29: Utility committee. McMinnville Community Hospi- recruitment, wage and salary admin- tel Will host a free health screen to istration, benefits, employee rela- career ops at CCC Free computer class ~tect peripheral arterial disease tions, education and orientation for ~na 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday at the 275 hospital employees. Representatives from Intel Cor- at Chapman School ~e hospital. Those interested in He earned a bachelor degree in poration will discuss career oppor- attending the screening should psychology from California State tunities in Oregon's high-tech Beginning Nov. 7, Randy Bro- SChedule an appointment by calling University at Northridge in 1969 industries from 6 to 8 p.m Tuesday berg, math instructor/Chapter l /2-6131 There are a limited num- and his M.B.A. from the same on the Salem campus of Chemeketa computer coordinator for the Sheri- I~r of appointments available, university in 1976. He has served as Community College, 4000 Lances- dan School District, will teach a "Many older people think leg director of human resources for ter Dr NE. no-cost/no-credit computer class Pain is just a natural part of aging, Skagit Valley Hospital in Mt. Vei- Intel, the world's largest semicon- each Monday through Dec. 12 in the ~s Dr. Philip Feliciano, vascular non, Wash., and Providence Hospi- ductor manufacturer, owns four Chapman School cafeteria. Classes ~rgeon. "But is is not. When leg tel in Everett, Wash. In 1990 he was plants in the Portland area. In the will be held from 4 to 5:30 p.m. and l~in is caused by peripheral arterial named director of compensation next two years, the company plans again from 6 to 7:30 p.m. disease, a thorough evaluation is and benefits for the 3,000-employee to spend $1.75 billion on two addi- The class is open to all on a ~-exled to better assess treatment Sacred Heart Health System in tional plants in Aloha and Hillsboro. first-come, first-served basis, and is ~tions." Eugene. The company expects to hire 700 limited to nine students in each !f peripheral arterial disease is left "I enjoy the size of McMinnville more employees, making electronics class period. Participants will use ~ated, said Dr. Feliciano, in Community Hospital," says a larger Oregon employer than wood new IBM Compatible PC 486 com- t0t~ae cases it can cause more seri- Pressman. "I wanted to return to a products. Gary Boyington, electron- puters to learn IBM/MS Dos/MS ~s complications such as leg smaller organization where I could ics instructor, said the average Windows/MS Works. Parents of have more of an impact on opera- annual pay for Intel employees is Sheridan High School and Chap- ~lThe.screeneers is simple and painless, tions and plans. $40,000. man School students are especially Consists of taking a patient's Pressman is married to Greta The presentation and question- encouraged to attend. ptess~m~at both~C.he amt and Pressman .......... , ......... and-answer session in I~uildjng 3, To register, call the Chapman Room 71i'6 is 'free"~'nci"open t6 the To allow accurate readings, Sh0w. t e , am asked to' wenr soeks or ,xhibit at W' ' ~ ' .... " r 'i Sch0oloffice, 843'3732, between 8 Folio;~ ing Intel s presentation; the a.m. and 4 p.m. weekdays. dgh hosiery Which can be Yamhlll fairgrounds college's electronics dep~artmenth~iS I We can fill your printing needs!] removed during the screen, planned an open house in the elec- ] THE SUN - 8,t3-2312 ] The Wilderness Adventures and tronic lab, Building 4, Room 122. Equestrian Show will be held at the plan info etings scheduled Health Plan Outreach ses- will be held at the McMinn- Community Center at 9:30 Nov. 10 and Dec. 2. sessions are to inform the about the health plan. Yamhill County Fairgrounds in McMinnville on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Seminars and exhibits will run from noon to 9 p.m. on Friday, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Saturday and 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday. Admission is $5 daily. A three-day pass is $10. Children under 6 are free. Intei representatives and college staff will be available to answer questions and talk with potential students. Pbr more information, call 399- 5218. Timber group endorses Milne =n library donation Eagles Auxiliary presented librarian Toni Rose with a last month at a meeting The money is to be used l~urchase large-print books and are pleased to accept this on behalf of the library. have been placed and we to have the items processed ready to check out by Christ- ," Rose said. Christian cowboys to start new group Christian Cowboy Fellowship (CCF) is starting a new chapter in this area. The first gathering is a trail ride and potluck social.. If you enjoy the "cowboy" life- style and want to meet new friends, you are invited to come out Satur- day, Nov. 12. The trail ride will begin at 11 a.m. followed by the potluck social. For more information, call 879- 5488. Voters for Oregon Timber Resources has endorsed Patti Milne for re-election to the state legislature from House District 38. Voters for Oregon Timber Resources is a non- profit organization studies and reports on issues which affect Ore- gonians who depend on forest resources for their livelihood. Milne was endorsed by the group because of her 100 percent voting record on forestry issues during her first session in the state legislature. I Our classified ads work for you/ Call 843.2312 THE SUN [ Landmarks commission to meet The next Landmarks Commission meeting is at 7 p.m. today in Room 32 of the Yamhill County Court- house in McMinnville. The only item scheduled for discussion is to continue the review of the ordi- nance. Due to a conflict with the regular meeting time, Paul May has elected to step down from the commission. He has indicated that he would be interested in being reappointed in the future if his schedule allows. In his place, the board has appointed Phillip Tomlinson. Tom- linson has a masters degree in U.S. history and has completed some internships related to historic pres- ervation. 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