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Pago 2C LOCALOREGON Statesman Journal, Salem, Ore., Saturday, August 1, 1992 Court in Jackson County dismisses father's suit The judge rules that Oregon has full jurisdiction over the adopted child. The Associated Press MEDFORD A California man trying to gain custody of his son after his ex-girlfriend gave the infant up for adoption saw his lawsuit dismissed Friday in Jackson County Circuit Court. Judge L.A. Merryman ruled that Oregon has full jurisdiction over the child, and a California court order granting custody after the birth to Mark Hylland, 26, of Norwalk, Calif., had no force in this state. The child was born in Oregon and adoption proceedings were carried out here. The judge also found that Hylland had failed to produce sufficient evidence to show he helped support the child's birth mother, which would have been grounds for granting him parental rights. Hylland has shown off a check for $500 with the notation "child support," but opposing attorneys have repeatedly asked for supporting bank records. Merryman found there was no evidence to support Hylland's claims of fraud because the adoption forms listed the biological father as unknown. The rulings came on a motion to dismiss the case before it went to trial filed on behalf of the adoptive parents, whose names haven't been publicized. Hylland said he would appeal. A former truck dispatcher, Hylland was living with Janet K, Ohnemus, 25, until she was seven months pregnant. Claiming Hylland was abusive, Ohnemus went to Oregon last year, where she arranged through Open Adoptions and Family Services of Portland to place the child with a Jackson County family. The child turns 1 year old on Sunday and remains with the adoptive parents. Hylland has never seen him. Senate toughens drift-net ban The president is authorized to impose mandatory sanctions against violators. The Associated Press PORTLAND The U.S. Senate on Friday gave teeth to the United Nations ban on drift-net fishing, authorizing the president to impose mandatory sanctions against countries that violate it. "For too long, our seas and marine resources have been ravaged by foreign drift-net vessels," Sen. Slade Gorton, R-Wash., said. "Today's passage of this drift-net legislation is long overdue." The legislation requires that the president ban imports of fish, fish products and sport fishing equipment to the United States from any nation found using drift nets after the end of this year. If those sanctions don't work, the president can prohibit the import of any product from the offending country. "It seems quite unlikely to me that drift-netting nations would risk a ban on any of their valuable export products," Gorton said. Sen. Bob Packwood, R-Ore., a sponsor of the bill, said Congress wanted to be clear that drift-net fishing would not be tolerated. "It is estimated that about 21 million North American salmon and steelhead have been taken each year by Asian drift-net fleets in the North Pacific," Pack-wood said. "Drift-netting is sucking the blood out of the U.S. fishing industry and killing millions of marine mammals and salmon each year. It's got to stop." The United Nations in December adopted a ban on drift nets worldwide by Dec. 31, 1992. The resolution asked nations to take action individually and collectively to prevent drift-net fishing. The House and Senate have spent the past year working on legislative language to implement the mandatory sanctions. The bill will be returned to the House for final approval and then will go to President Bush. Oregon Dateline Salem County road projects will disrupt traffic Marion County road projects are expected to disrupt traffic at Cordon Road and State Street and northwest of Donald next month, county officials said. Q Cordon Road will be closed north of State for a railroad crossing replacement Aug. 24 and Sept. 1. Traffic will detour to Center Street, Lancaster Drive and State Street. Traffic also will face delays at the Cordon and State intersection Aug. 24 to Jan. 1 for a traffic signal installation and street widenings. And Cordon Road south of State will close for a culvert replacement Sept. 1 to 30. Traffic will detour to Macleay Road and 62nd Avenue. D The Champoeg and French Prairie road intersection will be closed Aug. 17 to Oct. 15 for improvements. D Yergen Road between But-teville and Case roads will close for resurfacing Aug. 3 to Oct. 30. In both cases, traffic will detour to Butteville Road, St. Paul Highway and Case Road. Next summer school classes begin Monday The next session of summer school for elementary school students begins at 9 a.m. Mon day at Bush, Hayesville and StavtOII Sumpter elementary schools. Z. The program, sponsored by the Salem-Keizer Public Schools community education program, focuses on developing students' math and language arts skills. Registration will be held from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the summer school office in the North Salem High School Library. This session runs through Aug. 20 and costs $100 per student. Information: 399-3394. Newport Coast school district hires personnel chief The Lincoln County School District has a new director of human resources. Arlen R. Tieken will assume his new post in late August. He comes from the Comal Independent School District in New Braunfels, Texas. For the past 19 years he has been assistant superintendent for personnel and community relations. Tieken received his bachelor and master of arts degrees from Southwest Texas State University. He holds a doctor of education degree in educational administration from Texas A&M University. He has taught music and served as an elementary school superintendent. Skip Liebertz, Lincoln County School District superintendent, said that Tieken has broad experience in community and personnel relations. "We are fortunate to have Dr. Tieken come to Lincoln County," Liebertz said. "He has been in education for over 32 years and brings . . . extensive experience and education. He is the kind of leader who will move us forward." County health clinics scheduled this month The Marion County Health Department is sponsoring Well Child and Immunization clinics Tuesday, Aug. 18, at the Church of Christ, 189 Washington St. Parents may consult a doctor or public health nurse about the health of their children at the Well Child Clinic. A physical examination will be given to provide information about growth and development. Immunizations are available for all ages for a fee, but no one will be denied service because of inability to pay. Clinic hours are 9:30 to 11:30 a.m., and from 1 to 3:30 p.m. Appointments are necessary for the Well Child Clinic. To make appointments, call chairwoman Marjorie Norris at 769-7648. High school cafeteria construction to begin Construction on a cafeteria and student commons at Stay-ton Union High School may begin next week, organizers said. Community volunteers have worked since June to raise money and garner donations of materials and labor, and hope to obtain a building permit Monday. The 6,600-square-foot facility will consist of a main dining area with seating for 400 students, a commons and room for food booths and a salad bar, volunteer Curt Ward said. The cafeteria will be located on the north side of the campus. The high school currently does not have a cafeteria. The previous building was destroyed because it needed major repairs, school officials said. For more information or to volunteer to help with the cafeteria project, call Ward at 769-3872, Dick Morley at 769-5985 or Lee Dunlop at 769-4784. mm """"" I M 1 jH 'it ""V. ' " Ron CooperStatesman Journal Patrick Oleman waits for judges to reach a decision Friday as he displays his aoat, Lulu Bell, durina the Yamhill County Fair. Lulu Bell won a blue ribbon. Lulu Bell's blue ribbon shows all that she's a prizewinner By Tom Visoky The Statesman Journal McMINNVILLE Lulu Bell showed Friday that she had what it takes to be a prizewinner at the Yamhill County Fair. Lulu Bell, a 2-year-old Saanen goat, won a blue ribbon for her owner, Patrick Oleman, 13, of Dayton, in the dairy goat showmanship competition. The goat show was one of several animal-judging contests that culminated Friday with an auction of many of the prizewinners. All of the animals, though, will be on display again today when the fair ends its four-day run. And grand champion showmen for each breed will give a final exhibition at 6 p.m. Lulu Bell's blue ribbon performance Friday proved a point, Patrick's mother, Pam McClain, said. "We were told that she wasn't fair quality," McClain said. "So we decided to find out for ourselves." But getting Lulu into prizewinning shape took some work. "I got her from my uncle and she was kind of Yamhill County Fair continues today The Yamhill County Fair continues today from 10 a.m. to 1 1 p.m. with live music and entertainment, and produce, craft and animal displays. Admission is $3 general and $1 .50 for children. Also, this evening a different breed of animal hogs center stage for the fair's grand finale a Monster Truck derby and Mud Bog. The show begins at 7 p.m. in the rodeo arena. Cost is $8 for adults and $5 for children age 12 and younger. wild," Patrick said. "I had to tame her for a year." Lulu and Patrick, though, will have to polish their routine if they hope to be grand champions next year. "I have to work on controlling her head," Patrick said. "She's lovable, though; she kept trying to give me kisses in there." ALMANAC Grocery robbers called professionals Corrections Obituaries From staff and wire reports PORTLAND Two robbers responsible for the longest and most expensive string of robberies in Northwest history are cool professionals who probably lead outwardly normal lives, a police psychologist said Friday. "They're probably not appreciably different from the guy next door," said Richard Newman, a clinical psychologist for the past 20 years. Police said the two men had robbed 35 grocery stores in Oregon and Washington since 1987. The robbers have gotten away with $1.5 million, averaging $43,000 per robbery. Six Mid-Willamette Valley stores have been among their targets, police said, including a Thriftway store in Salem in April 1990. Others are in Woodburn, Newberg and McMinnville. FBI publicized the investigation this week in hopes of generating new leads. FBI spokesman Bart Gori said the agency had gotten several dozen phone calls and agents were following up. Nobody has been hurt in any of the robberies. The latest robbery occurred July 19 in Astoria. Errors in the Statesman Journal may be brought to the attention of the city desk at 399-6677. The No Casino in Oregon initiative petitions distributed by Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon were provided by K.P. Graphics in Portland. The source of financing was incorrectly reported on Page 1A Thursday. Where to Write Information about government meetings or other Almanac listings should be mailed to Almanac, City Desk, Statesman Journal, P.O. Box 13009, Salem 97309. Obituaries, births and other news of record may be found on Page 2B. Lotteries The Associated Press OREGON: Here are Friday's winning numbers in the Oregon Daily 4 lottery: 4-8-4-4. WASHINGTON: Here is Friday's winning number in the Daily Game: 4-7-2. Courts Marion County CIRCUIT COURT DIVORCES GRANTED: Tonna B. Coughran and George T. Coughran; Martha J. McMahon and William J. McMahon; Michael Kalju Sultaev and Tia Gae Sultsev (respondent's former name McLean restored) Walter Marshall Stephens and Rhonda Lynn Stephens; MeMn Joe Bruggeman and Patricia Mae Bruggeman. Mildred Rodriguez vs. Rod T. Harper Complaint dismissed with prejudice. VRT Inc. and others vs. Charles N. Hilke: Complaint charges negligence in filing of patent application, seeks $1,800,000 dam- Walter J. Reul vs. state Motor Vehicles Division: Petition ap peals suspension of petitioner's driving privileges. Jacqueline Hunt vs. Shurgard Inc., doing business as Shur-gard Self Storage: Complaint charges negligence in maintenance of parking lot, seeks $85,000 noneconomic and $6,250 economic damages for alleged injuries from fall Jan. 3, 1 991 . Four Star Electric Co. Inc. and others vs. Jim Doan: Complaint charges conversion of assets to own use. seeks $70,000 damages. Robert Muis and Janle Lent vs. Richard and Sharron Auter-son: Complaint seeks possession of horse and $25,000 punitive damages. Jean Puckett vs. Carol Sue Vincent: Complaint dismissed with prejudice. Patrick M. Grogan vs. Albert J. Peterson: Complaint dismissed with prejudice. Ralph A. and Janet C. Kerber vs. Harry H. Kerber: Complaint dismissed with prejudice. Pamela Mattson, assistant director, Employment Division, State Department of Human Resources, vs. Garbage Container Service Inc.: Defendant enjoined from further employing workers until $2,300 Is deposited with plaintiff. John D. Asparro vs. Ge-Go Inc. and others: Complaint dismissed with prejudice. State vs. Rodney Lee Griffin: Defendant given 30-day jail sentence by Judge Miller on charge of delivery of controlled substance, placed on two years probation. State vs. Tanya Michelle Burke: Defendant given suspended 90-day jail sentence by Judge Miller on charge of possession of controlled substance, placed on three years probation. State vs. Charles Wilford Arnold: Defendant given 60-day jail sentence by Judge Miller on charge of delivery of controlled substance, placed on two years probation. State vs. Fern Denise Pearson: Defendant given 30-day jail sentence (25 days suspended) on charge of theft, placed on 18 months probation by Judge McConville. State vs. Jorge RangeMJnan: Defendant pleads innocent on charge of manufacture or delivery of controlled substance. State vs. David Ansted Lee: Defendant pleads guilty on charge of rape. State vs. Kevin Gene Ives: Defendant's probation on charge of burglary revoked by Judge Norblad, given six-month prison sentence. State vs. Hipolito Grave-Rodriguez, also known as Pablo Ramirez: Defendant pleads innocent on two charges of manufacture or delivery of controlled substance. PROBATES Carl Ishie: Estate closed. MARRIAGE LICENSES Rodney Gene Layman, 53, Yakima, Wash., school bus driver, and Shirley Irene Cohu, 42, Yakima. Wash., statistical coordinator. James Carl Sondergaard, 21, 21525 Taylor Park Road, Lyons, millworker, and Nikki Michelle Doolin, 21, 25125 Taylor Park Road, Lyons, bookkeeper. Howard James Steven Barrett, 24, Mapteton, care giver, and Kelll Leann Maden, 27, 1930 Hampden Lane NE, Salem, teacher. Earl Dean Wernecke Sr., 40, 4702 Kingdom Way NE, Salem, body and fender technician, and Joyce Marie Bishop, 39, 4702 Kingdom Way NE. Salem, housewife. Jeff Douglas Miller, 21, 5540 Ronald Ave. SE, Salem, parts counter person, and Cheryl Marie Foster, 21, 3755 48th Ave. NE, Salem, medical receptionist. Daniel Floyd Darlington, 28, Peshastin, Wash., sales, and Kim-berley Anne McCarthy, 25, Peshastin, Wash., pharmacist. Vincent Paul Aliprantl, 25, San Ramon, Calif., retail manager, and Marina Jean Jordan, 21 , San Ramon, Calif., cashier. Jayson Lynn Elkins, 17, 9867 Stayton Road, Aumsville, farmhand, and Randee Rae Langford, 17, 1 173 E Santiam St., Stayton, none listed. Kevin Dean Dahlstrom, 24, Bellevue, Wash., customer service representative, and Jill Eileen Snyder, 21, Bellevue, Wash., customer service representative. Mark Wayne Baker, 25, 774 D Lockhaven Drive N, Keizer, self-employed, and Lisa Marie Martin, 24, 774 D Lockhaven Drive N, Keizer, teacher. Darrell Robb Mapes, 24, 205 NW Reed Lane, Dallas, sheet-metal apprentice, and Sandra Garcia, 25, 695 N River Drive, Independence, student. Robert Wesley Harris, 53, 348 Ankeny Hill Road, Jefferson, farmer, and Loretta Fay Elam, 49, 348 Ankeny Hill Road, Jefferson, production worker. Criminal Cases A 24-year-old Salem woman was ordered to serve five days in jail Friday by Judge Robert McConville of Marion County Circuit Court. Fern Denise Pearson of 2998 13th St. SE was sentenced to 30 days in jail, 25 days of which were suspended, and placed on 18 months probation. She pleaded no contest July 23 to the Nov. 5 theft of five cases of cigarettes valued at $4,332 from a grocery trailer parked behind a Safeway store at 1 265 Center St. NE. The case of David Lee Ansted, 34, of 250 25th St NE, Salem, was continued for sentencing after he pleaded guilty to a rape charge. He accosted a mentally handicapped acquaintance in November. Law and Safety Alarms The following emergency runs were made by Salem-area fire departments in the period ending at 6 p.m. Friday: SALEM Thursday 5:14 p.m. house fire, 2798 Claxter Road NE, extinguished. 5:51 p.m. - medical aid, 180 14th St. SE, investigated. 6:09 p.m. fire alarm, 161 High St. SE, investigated. 6:19 p.m. - medical aid, 4385 25th Ave. NE, investigated. 6:57 p.m. fire alarm, 160 Wilson St. S, investigated. 7 p.m. grass fire, 3110 Oakcrest Drive NW, extinguished. 7:37 p.m. - medical aid, 4172 Sylvia St. SE, investigated. 7:38 p.m. non-structure fire, 2955 Argyle Drive S, investigated. 8:16 p.m. medical aid, 4709 Deepwood Loop NE, investigated. 8:20 p.m. fire alarm, 4515 Sunnyside Road SE, investigated. 9:30 p.m. hazardous material, 700 21st St. SE, investigated. 10:23 p.m. traffic accident, 1 100 River Bend Road NW, investigated. 11:56 p.m. - fire alarm, 444 Winter St. SE, investigated. Friday 3:20 a.m. two-alarm fire, 4000 Orchard Heights Road NW, extinguished. 4.12 a m. - medical aid, 243 14th St. NE, investigated. 6:53 a.m. grass fire, Interstate 5 and State Street, investigated. 6:58 a.m. medical aid, Interstate 5 and State Street, investigated. 7:02 a.m. - car fire, Mission Street SE at Interstate 5, investigated. 7:29 a.m. - medical aid, 4385 25th Ave. NE, investigated. 8:14 a.m. car fire, Valley View Avenue and Orchard Heights Road NW, extinguished. 8:19 a m. medical aid, 2505 State St., investigated. 9:13 a.m. - traffic accident, 14th Street and States Street, investigated. 9 40 a m. medical aid, 4316 Snowberry St. NE, investigated. 9.43 a m. - traffic accident, 1 162 Court St. NE, investigated. 10:01 a.m. traffic accident, Turner Road and Mission Street SE, investigated. 10:38 a.m. traffic accident, 1705 Lancaster Drive NE, investigated. 10:44 a.m. fire alarm, 700 Church St. SE, investigated. 12:22 p.m. traffic accident, Lancaster Drive and Sunnyview Road NE, investigated. 1 :52 p.m. traffic accident 930 Harritt Drive NW, investigated. 1:52 p.m. fire alarm, 735 Lower Ben Lomond Drive SE, investigated. 1.55 p.m. medical aid, 3137 Madison St. NE, investigated. 2:46 p.m. fire alarm, 2600 Center St. NE, investigated. 3:19 p.m. medical aid, 1190 Spruce St. NE, investigated. 4:22 p.m. medical aid, 3415 Azalea Drive S, investigated. 4:26 p.m. - medical aid, 265 24th St. NE, investigated. 5:43 p.m. traffic accident, Park Avenue and Market Street NE, investigated. FALLS CITY Thursday 11:18 p.m. - medical aid, 148 Sheldon St., investigated. KEIZER Thursday 5:06 p.m. medical aid, 442 Janet Court N, investigated. 6:56 p.m. - apartment fire, 3955 Partridge Lane NE, extinguished. Friday 12:03 a.m. medical aid, 1240 Clearview Ave. NE, investigated. 1 :30 p.m. - structure fire, 6535 Radiant Drive NE, investigated. MARION COUNTY DISTRICT 1 Thursday 10:37 p.m. medical aid, 532 Connecticut Ave. SE, investigated. Friday 9:27 a m. - medical aid, 776 Denver Place NE, investigated. 12:14 a.m. - medical aid, 1980 Walker Road NE, investigated. 5 p m. traffic accident, Dordon Road and Center Street NE, investigated. MOUNT ANGEL Friday 1 1 :56 a.m. medical aid, 1 Towers Lane, investigated. SOUTH WEST POLK Thursday 10:03 p m. medical aid, 4600 Perrydale Road, investigated.

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