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Thursday, October 26, 1989
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Statesman Journal, Salem, Ore., Thursday, October 26, 1989 LOCALOREGON Page5C tat appals court bans phono wirotsip videnc in cas The Associated Press their relationship to sexually abuse her. The arson case stemmed from a Jan. 27, 1986, explosion and fire at Odie's Cafe and Bronco Room in the Union County town of Elgin. The fire killed Clarence Witty, who lived in an apartment in a building adjacent to the tavern. The defendants are Michael John Lassen, who was buying the tavern, and Kathleen Stockfleth, to whom Lassen was behind in his monthly payments for the purchase. Lassen raised insurance coverage on the business after a fire damaged the tavern in 1985. The new policy was scheduled to lapse on Feb. 1, 1986. Lassen and Stockfleth still face charges of felony murder, arson, conspiracy to commit arson, theft and conspiracy to commit attempted theft. Police, in obtaining two court orders authorizing the wiretaps, filed papers saying they unsuccessfully had tried other techniques to solve the crime. But the Court of Appeals ruled that wasn't enough to comply with a law requiring a complete statement about whether other procedures had been attempted, including interviews with possible witnesses. In the other case, Multnomah County Circuit Judge Lee John son had dismissed the lawsuit against Bryan Christenson, who was pastor of Lutheran Memorial Church in Portland, the church and the American Lutheran Church, North Pacific District. The woman claimed she developed a confidential, counseling relationship with Christenson beginning in 1970, when she was 13. She says Christenson eventually manipulated her to become dependent on him and have sexual relations with him. Among arguments made by lawyers for Christenson was that the woman's claims would violate his constitutional rights to free exercise of religion because her contentions mostly depend on his status as a pastor. The decision returns the case to the lower court for further proceedings. The lawsuit first sought $2.3 million in damages but later was amended to ask for unspecified damages. The Oregon Court of Appeals on Wednesday barred results of telephone wiretaps from being used as evidence against two people charged with murder and arson in a 1986 tavern fire in Elgin. In another case, the Court of Appeals overturned a lower court in ruling that a woman had adequate grounds to bring a damage lawsuit against her former pastor. She contended that he misused Accident kills Dayton woman SHERIDAN A 75-year-old Dayton woman was killed Wednesday in a van-pickup accident on Highway 18. Deputy Larry Gilmore of Polk County said the van in which Elizabeth C. Hicks was a passenger crossed the center line of Highway 18 about two miles west of Sheridan and collided with an oncoming pickup. Gilmore said Hicks died after her husband, George, 78, apparently lost control of his van and struck a pickup driven by James J. Mandeville, 51, of Portland. George Hicks was flown by helicopter to University Hospital in Portland, where he was listed in critical condition . Mandeville was transferred to the Portland hospital from McMinnville Hospital, where he was listed in serious condition with fractures and bruises. William Moldt, 30, of Portland, a passenger in Mandeville's pickup, was listed as stable and in good condition at Valley Community Hospital in Dallas. The hospital refused to release the nature of his injuries. There was no sign of alcohol use at the scene, Gilmore said. George Hicks apparently fell asleep or had a medical problem that caused the accident, he said. Elizabeth Hicks and Moldt were wearing seatbelts. The other two victims were not. j J'. -ir 'v. f-TX Alov I arUon 0 loft anH Achlaw I onitar 4 lAoth Bend glories in leaf time AP photo Alex Larken, 2, (left) and Ashley Lanier, 3, watch falling autumn leaves in Bend. The children were waiting for a friend to get a haircut. Law eases firms' liability in donating food to charity By Tracy Haak The Statesman Journal Corporations and restaurants that donate food to charity in Oregon no longer have to worry about lawsuits resulting from their gifts. Oregon Food Bank officials are optimistic that an amended state law, which removes the burden of liability, will increase the amount of donations from businesses. The law, which took effect this month, amends a previous liability law that many potential food donors thought did not adequately define the products covered. The former law protected only donors who gave perishable foods to non-profit organizations that distribute the food free of charge. Now, the law is defined to cover all food. General merchandise and other household items are also covered, as are donations to organizations that distribute food on a sliding fee scale to help meet operating expenses. Prepared food donated by lii censed food establishments also is covered. Rep. Gene Derfler, R-Salem, said the law was necessary because of increasing lawsuits in all areas. On lawyers' advice, corporations were throwing away excess food rather than donating it. "Now food can be used rather than thrown away," Derfler said. Marion-Polk Food Share in Salem distributes food to needy individuals and to other area agencies that serve people in need. Most of the corporate donations received by the Food Share come through the Oregon Food Bank in Portland. Mary McDougald of the Oregon Food Bank said she hoped the law would work as an incentive to encourage additional corporations to give. Margaret Grant of the Food Share in Salem said she supported the law but thought it would have a greater effect on larger facilities, such as the Oregon Food Bank, that distribute food to smaller food pantries. Conference seeks to help Salem neighborhoods find image By Christine Decker The Statesman Journal Salem's neighborhoods are searching for an image. They hope to define that image at a conference planned for 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Saturday at Salem Hospital. There also will be speeches and workshops about how to resolve area problems, how to take your case to City Hall and how to deal with land-use issues. Here is the schedule of events: 8:30 a.m. Registration and viewing of displays from the recreation department, fire department, building and safety division, city library, planning division, community services, Capitol Planning Commission and traffic section. 9 a.m. Welcome address by Ralph Jackson, City Council member; keynote address by Steve Rudman of Portland's Bureau of Community Development; and a panel discussion about neighborhood assosiations' image and their effect. 10:45 a.m. Skill building sessions include workshops on how to build coalitions to increase effectiveness, how to make a powerful presentation and what you can do about traffic problems in your neighborhood. 11:45 a.m. Swap talks with neighborhood association mem" bers to learn about fighting crime, urban renewal and other neighborhood association operations. The conference will take place in Wedel Memorial Conference Center. It is free. CLASSIFIED "is Weekdays; 8-11 a.m. Saturdays or Toll Free within Oregon 1-800-452-2511 ext. 6789 TODAY'S BEST BUY 3 LINES, 7 DAYS, $11 Items under $2500 Private parties only, some restrictions apply. INDEX IN PERSON. Our classified office is located at 280 Church St in Downtown Salem. Our mailing address is P0. Box 13009. Salem. Oregon 97309. We re open 8 a m. to 5 p m Monday-Friday to serve you DEADLINES: For straight line advertising 4 30 pm the day prior to publication except at 4 30 p rrt. Friday for Sunday and Monday editions. CANCELLATIONS: Cancel your classified ad 24 hours a day by calling 373-4567. Please listen carefully for instructions. Or. call 399-6789 during business hours KEYWORDING Statesman Journal Classifieds are key-worded for our reader's convenience. We will do our best to begin all ads with the word that best describes the item, service, or skill being advertised. 200 PERSONALS 208 Special Occasions 212 Lost 213 Found 216 Personals 300 REAL ESTATE 300 Open Mouse 303 ConaosTownhouses 306 Homes for Sale 307 Apts . Duplees (V Courts 308 Lots & Building Sites 309 Homes witn Acreage 310 farms & Acreages lor Sale 312 Exchange Peal Estate 318 Wanted Real Estate 330 Mobile Homes lor Sale 332 MoO'ie Homes with Acreage 333 Mobile Home Space tor Sale 335 Mobile Home Space for Rent 351 Coast Property 353 Resorts &. Recreation Prop , 370 Other Oregon Property 380 Out of State Property 385 Industrial Property 390 Commercial Property 395 Income & Business Pfopertv 400 RENTALS 401 Sleeping Rooms. Board 402 Retirement 8c Health Care "103 CondosTownhouses 405 Apartment! lor Rent 406 Duplexes 4 Courts 407 Houses for Rent 408 Farms. Tracts 409 Wanted to Rent 410 Mobile Homes for Rent 411 Rentals to Share 412 Furnished Rooms 411 Business Space lor Rent 415 Storage Rentals 416 Reso't Rentals 500 BUSINESS 501 Business Opportunities 505 ComputersService 509 Financial Services 510 Money to Loan 512 Loans Wanted 514 Contracts lor Sale 515 Investments 516 Insurance 600 HELP WANTED 601 Help Wanted 605 Resume Service 608 Pickers Wanted 613 Positions Wanted 615 Employment Service 616 Employment Agencies 618 Schools 4 Education 700 MERCHANDISE 701 Household Furnishings 702 Appliances '703 Garage, Rummage Sales 704 Sewing, Notions, Arts Crafts 705 Jewelry & Clothing 706 IV, Stereo, VCR'I 707 Toys Hobbles 708 Musical Instruments 709 Photography 8 Supplies 710 Office Equipment 711 Hospllol 'Medical Supplies 712 Pels. Pel Food Supplies 713 Soals Equipment 714 Spoiling Equipment 715 Restaurant 8 Grocery 716 Bicycles 717 Computers Video Games 7 19 Pools. Hot Tubs Spas 720 Building Home Imp. 725 Auction Sales 728 Antiques 8 Collectibles 729 Stamps k Coins 730 Miscellaneous 731 Trades & Exchdnges 733 Miscellaneous Wanted 734 Baby Furniture & Access 736 Machinery 8 Tool! 740 Fire Wood & Fuel 741 Furnaces 8i Wood Stoves 7CA Ftt" I OU market 752 Livestock. Feed & Equip 753 Liveitock Wanted 756 Christmas Trees 761 Ll-Pick 762 Food & Produce 764 Poultry & Robbits 770 Seeds 8c Plants 771 Garden Equipment 772 Fertilizer 8i Barkdust 774 Farm Equipment 776 Timber 800 TRANSPORTATION 801 Recreational Vehicles 802 RV's tor Rent 803 Travel Trailers (k 5th Wheels 804 Campers 8 Canopies 805 Heavy Equipment 806 Snowmobiles B10 Aircraft 815 Motorcycles 8c Scooters 815 ATV's 8c Dirt Bikes 820 Auto Parts & Repairs 822 Auto Accessories 824 Wanted Cars-Trucks 825 Utility Trailers 826 Pickups 8t Trucks 827 Vans 8 Buses 828 4-Wheel Drive Vehicles 833 Antiques 8 Classics 837 Autos prepayment required 200 PERSONALS Special Occilorti 208 200 PERSONALS Special occatloni 208 SPECIAL OCCASION Display ad are spooled Thay require extra handling for photos ft should be submitted 2 days prior to run date. (5pm Thurs. fpr Sat, ft Sun., 6pm Frl. (or Mon. ft Tues.) . Gotcha! Happy 21st Birthday, Trev. Love, Grams, family a tfTi ms! 1 1 iiiiM ma Ahon vrin were von riff You were good on your toes, Now that you're "40," The whole world will know! Happy Birthday Captain Lorenz LfiiL 212 BOXER, 2 yrs. F, Fawn Lost in Ciearlake area. Reward. 330-15. Cat, ami fern, grty ft blacH striped vvorange. BrnblK fleaoollar. Near Orchard Hts off Snow- bird.BBi-emn LfiiL 212 KEYS on purse olasp wooral color stone. Fle- jadrcijifiAXBJ TABBY Cat. honey clrd. LOat lUlO winom AveBrown fld N(. PLEASE call 3M-8274 LsiL 212 CAT 1017 REWARD Lynx Point, med to long length white hair wgray striped Siamese markings. Neutered male DOO 1020, male. Do-barman Plnachar, floppy ears, tail bobed, blue collar. "Jake" SE area-Macleay Rd. 371-HSZf. Lost white female Poodle, tatoo on hind leg, Aumsvllla area. If found fiall 749-1B55. MIXED breed dog, fern., Camp Morrison Road, Eaet or iscio, tan wrva tint, black chin, long tell, "Babe," on 1020. jEWAiiOjea-SQSLL-l EfiliOSL 213 BAS8ETT, famals 0 mo-1 yr Madrona area CAT, older Tabby M, de-clewed, black ringed tall DOQ-amall Benjl-type, Lancaster NE area. HONDA Key found at Minto Brown Park 1024 5BB-HS1 to iganmv HUNTING DOQ. Call to Identify. rtB3-B4?3 OLD English Sheep oogs. c mares, very PEHSIAN-IIke cat. State ft Macieay be, sii- Bhepherd Doberman mix fern, Stayton area 821, call 769-1 41 fl to identify. 216 1-976-4600 HIVE 24 hrs $2.49 mio. Tel-Talk me 0916-223 2754 coll.. ADOPTION Let t help eecn oinsr, cuviny childless couple wishes so much to edopt newborn. Expenses paid. Call RoqerSheila, ool- jBBiiAJiLma AOOPTION: Young, happily married, professional couple, wishes more then anything else In the world, to adopt a newborn. We will give a child loving, secure home, and a close caring femlly. Legal, confidential, expenses peld. Cell Michelle or Dave collect jnyljjna 814 833 3018, ADOPT young couple would cnerish and love your healthy white Infant. We can help each other. Legal, expenses paid. Call collect 718-227-9B2. PTionalt 216 Adoption: Loving family. rvi(jrii at noma, auupxea big sister. Let ue help each other. Call us col-lecl BOS-BB7-1.1-17. CONFIDENTIAL Assis tance, low cost divorces, bankruptcy, wills ft trusts. CSB Legal Documents, since 197B. 383-6323 DATELINE 1-976-3333 DIAL-A-DATE 24HrsDsy New dally telephone per sonal aos. rnenuamp, romence. fun. No dating service reea. Olvorces-$B9M Bankrupt cies, wins. au-r4 Oregon Stale Paralegals. FREE PREGNANCY TESTINQCONFIDEN' la Adoption an option? Call Cecils 30 8374 PLAN AGENCY PREGNANT? Considering adoption? Conflden-tiel counseling. Call Kathy 371-1174, 1-O00-342 68B8 PSYCHIC READER WQrkC?alf 37'ule746S8r SINGLES We've made a lot of successful matches. Why are you still alone? Friends Uniting Network matches lifestyles Wllaonvllle 682-0408 SOCIETY Of Ore. Singles Intro service. Meet singles for quality friendships or long-term relationships. Free Info SUQ 7527542.- TALK -TALK 1-976-8255 Listen In on up to 6 people $1.95min. Tel-Talk 0tc 918-223 2754 colL Friendship 2 Financially aecure, good looking 8WM SO, ST11", 1B5, retired, seeks trim young ledy for laughs, friendship, fun ft world travel. Reply to Ad 1348, S-J, PC- Boa UavOSJltrtLt7JQ8 SEEKING COMPANIONSHIP Interested In a sensitive, honest, hard working man? Avail. SWM, 32, 8 1" artistic romanic, loving, attractive, love having fun, kids tool Reply to Ad 1337, BJ, P O Box 13009, 6alem, OR 97309, Two wild ft cray guys 35-40 seek free-tnlriking ladles for friendship ft romance. Non smokers only. P.O. Box 13768, Salem. 97309 300 REAL ESTATE EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY Publisher's Notice All rssl estate advertised in this newspaper la ur isct to the Federal Fair-Housing Act ol 1968 which makes It Illegal to advertise any preference, limitation or discrimination based on race, color, sex, marital status, religion, or national origin, or an Intention to make any such prelarence. limitation, or discrimination. Thia newspaper will not knowingly accept any advertisement lor real estate which la In violation ol the law. Our readers are hereby Informed that all dwellings advertised in this newspaper are available on equal opportunity basis (FR-OOC72-4983 Fllnrl 3-31-77: 8 45 AM ) Condominium fcjQwnhPMItl. 303 CINNAMON LAKES. Lakefront condos, aor- aeous setting So. From $r3,uuu. wency or dod Real Estate 100. 5Ba-P1Q0 The times of your lives Every day the Statesman Journal marks Important milestones for our readers , . . who married, divorced, had baby, .oaaaaJ awny Houses For lql 306 HEAL B8TATB advertised In the Statesman Journal la subject to the federal Fair Houe-Ing Act of 1988, as am-neded, which makes It Illegal to advertise "Any preference, limitation, or discrimination based on rece, color, religion, sex, hendlcep, familial status or national origin, or any Intention to make any euch preference, limitation or dlacrlmina-lion." The Statesman Journal will not knowingly eo-cept any advertisement which le In violation of the law. Our rsadere are hereby informed that all dwellings advertised In thle newspaper are available on an equal opportunity Jietlt. Real Estat Display 306 DHMART &CALABA RKALRIRS.INC, 2 BEDRM ON CONTRACT Two bedroom horns in Quiet South Salem area Good condition, gas heat, basement, and the price is only $29,900 with low down payment on contract. For information call Chuck Jacobsen 362-4115 Eve. 581-7436 243438 COUNTRY RETREAT Custom built 4 bedroom. 3 bath home on 5 acres. Spectacular view ol Cascade i Coastal Mts Includes spa. wet bar. formal dining room, barn, spprox. 8000 mas trees. 3 car garage, $295,000. Ron Colgan 362-4115 Eve 581-1077 245102 WILL LOOK AT OFFERS Owner willing to sell FHA. New gutters, downspouts, dry rot repair and spray completed. Lots ol living in this charming 2 bedroom, 11 story bungalow located NE. $.18,500. Call Char-lens Fowler 362 4115 Eve. 364-758? ?TO48 RICE REDUCTION Affordable it $29,900. Owners are amicus to sell this 2 bedroom home Specious kitchen, bonus room upstairs. Neat and clean, has had most repairs needed for I new loan. Kay Owen 362 4115 Eva. 364-7468 242911 IDEAL FAMILY Home located in Candalanal 3 or 4 bedroom, spacious living, dining, family room, lower level has party room, large yard, 3 fireplaces Beautiful condition. $139 000 Call Sally 362 4115 Eve 581-5690 or 3780720 45?60 SECRET IN ENCLEW00D Wnnderful older home, beauti fully maintained wiih 2 bedrm2 bath, large living rm with fireplace 4 lull basement. Park-like backyard 4 security system. $43,000 Cyndy Johnston 362 4115 Eve, 363-2195 242642 ftyj, HiiiH SiRFU N E. YlK It MllMI lim HI II IKK IV I I'M) TOrn off heat In unused rooms. It s surprising , ho much you can reduce your heating cost by this simple procedure. And It a surprising how quickly you can find a cash buyer for household Items when you advertise them for sale In Classified. House 1U www 810.000 REDUCTION Gorgeous 2 acree mobile. 1600 s.f. tame-lot double wide w3 bdrms, 2 baths, newer carpet, wdstve, more. Plue 25x30 shop, greenhouse, Christmes trees on acre eg e. Owner VERY ANXIOUS TO SELL. $53,900, Make offers, contrect oss. Leo Qysln You'll find more automobiles edvertlsed for sale In Classified than any ,PthejLPlflee, Real f stats Display 306 r lEIdrcd Rcaltv1 1 581.3434 "2 tsiartran mat I IVM KEI2ER $65,900 3 bdrm , 2 bath with formal dining 4 family room Nicely landscaped rear yard has pond & waterfall. Call Jim P. 581-3434 eves 371 3329 NORTHEAST $52,500 Beautifully landscaped like new 3 bdrm., Vi bath with low interest sssiimabls FHA loan Range, garage door opener. Call Janice 581-3434 aves. 743 2443 .4 ACRE $49,900 1368 toot Keiret 3 bdrm , 1 Vi bath with family loom. fruit trees and grapes Call JoAnn 581 3414 evPS 393 1338 Housst for Sals 306 REPOSSESSION 8320 Felrcreet Ct. S. 858,900, 83800 down, builder supplies financing. EZ terms, 2 deye to close. Newer 3 bdrm, 2 both, extra lerge kitchen, attlo storage, shake roof, mini blinds, Ig. lot, tea advantagee. Aleo new homes Iota all areaa. Natural Choice Homee Feature Natural Qae Heetlng 8 Water Meeting. Cell Larry Epplng R. E Owner, 888-1802 anytime, hb 33B3. TAX ADVANTAGES ...WHY RENT? ....2 DAYS TO CLOSE Builder supplies financing To see check out key from our office. NEARLY COMPLETED 6514 Besln Ct. 8. UNDER CONSTRUCTION 5568 r-ernbrook Ct. 8. 5545 Cottonwood Ct. 9. 2057 Maplewood Ct. 8. 1854 Cedarcrest Or. 8. 2059 Wain Creeek Dr. 8. 5548 Fernbrook Ct 8. 5541 Beechwood Ct. 9. 6508 Cottonwood Ct. 8. 1912 Maplewood Ct. 8. 83900 down, no loan or closing costs. Aleo lots In all BalemKelter areee. Natural chalet hornet lexlurt Nnluml On healing tnd wnlsr hmiing Building since 1848 Cell Larry Epplng R. I. owner, 888-1902 eny- JimtxJBBJ26a, Baal Eatat Display 306 Expect the Best 364-9596 ACREAGE WITH DISTINCTION Lovely treed setting In quiet neighborhood. 4 bdrm. 1 ba, dbl ?ar. sec syst, 1 acres, onvement a private H29.0O0. PERRY O0WO 371-2702. ACREACE ON CORDON ID Over 39 seres of excellent farm land close in Also included is an old & charming 4 brtrm home this seller is highly motivated S will Inok it contract. JOHN C. 393 6311 PERFECT RETIREE HOME! 1520 Insulated Shop wired 220 to putter Hi. Walk to golf courss 3 bdrm horns ust the right sin. New roof, fenced, private, treed rear yard Call J0YCF 371 5597 MOUNTAIN WEST REAL ESTATE INC. ATTENTION INVESTORS! Beautifully maintained dupleil 2 bdrm, 1 ba, laundry rm t eatonrl each Side! Appliances included. Super deal si $54,9001 Call NANCY FISKUM for Ippt. 373-2499. CHARMER! Cuts 1 ' bdrm Old a charming home. Movs In condition. Weathered, fenced yd, alley access, FtV pad See Inside to appreciate! $30,000 For ippt, call SHIRLEY BTUU 393-7001. ENJOY POOL TEAR ROUND Price reduced $10,100 To move guickly Donl drive by this one, ynu ll mias so much Enclosed pool, spa, rec rm, tarn rm, formal dining Terms. $99,900. PATRICIA 371-5590 mm Supplement your existing income by contracting to deliver Neighbors publication; no collections, no sales. Hours 6 am to noon each Wednesday. Route size varies from 250 to 450 papers; earnings based on route size. Routes available In the Salem City area. Applicant must be 18 years of age or older, have reliable transportation, valid drivers license and proof of Insurance. Contact Leon Wyatt 399-6879. Statesman Journal Circulation Department P.O. Box 13009 Salem, Oregon 97309 i

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