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J.;'. ... Monday, September 13, 1999, Corvallis Gazette-Times, Corvallis, Ore. Community & Northwest A3 AT Rogers receives bachelor's degree Gene Phillip Rogers, son of Roger and Friah Rogers of Corvallis, received a bachelor of arts degree May 22 with a major in Theatre Arts. Rogers, was also named to the dean's list at Hamline University's College of Liberal Arts for the spring term of the 1998-99 academic year. Members of the dean's list achieve a grade point average of 350 or higher on a 4.00 scale. WOU president's list for spring 1999 Western Oregon University president's list for Spring 1999: Benton County: Vincent V. Zettler of Blodgett, and Roger S. Martin, Charles W. Meredith and June E. Satak, all of Corvallis. Linn County: Amy M. Burch, Jennifer K. Gjesvold, Holly J. Hobbs, Lawrence N. Long and Wendy S. Wyckoff, all of Albany, and Sarah J. Eakin of Lebanon. President's List students achieved a perfect 4.0 grade-point average. WOU dean's list for spring 1999 Western Oregon University dean's list for Spring 1999: Benton County: Elizabeth R. Hayes and Holly R. Rice of Albany; Chad K. Barrington, Christina A. Bondurant, Rita E. Brubaker, Sarah J. Clark, Denise E. Giles, Ryan A. Groh, Daron R. Grubb, Lori A. Hovey, Laurel E. King, Alysa J. Klistoff, Julie C. Moore, Kevin M. Norris, Melanie K. Norris, Henry F. Panter, Karen Powers, Paloma M. Ragsdale, James L. Romrell, and Kimberly D. Schloeman, all of Corvallis; Jennifer E. Fontana, Meghan C. Hill, Kellie J. Kathman, Krista N. Radetich, and Amber L. Schoonover, all of Philomath. Linn County: Chad M. Angel, Ryan P. Bloodworth, Melissa D. Durnell, Michael J. Ellis, Andrea N. Harris, Elaine M. Hart, Joy D. Huddleston, Matthew L. Leichty, Christina M. Maddy, Karen L. Perry, Sallie R. Peterson, Sheila R. Pockrus, Jon W. St. Germaine, and Erin K. Young, all of Albany; Tina M. Akehurst and Carrie A. Chambers, both of Harrisburg; Shannon B. Lee and Amanda M. Speth, both of Lebanon; Rhonda M. Voltin of Lyons. Rhesa A. Men-zel, both of Scio; and Angela M. Paul of Sweet Home. Cox receives Lawrie Scholarship Jamie MarieGox, a 1999 Philomath High School graduate, received the Oregon Society of CPAs Educational Foundation's James E. Lawrie $1,000 scholar- Town and artist battle oyer monument The Associated Press SUTHERLIN - A devout Catholic artist and the city council are drawing battle lines in the debate over a tall spire meant to honor Mother Teresa. Designer Dominic Gospodor calls it a memorial, but the city terms it a sign. The distinction could limit just how high the structure can reach. Gospodor's plans call for an 82-foot-tall pillar topped with two huge, softly glowing copper spheres plus a-J.2-foot statue. Not only does building such a structure require city permission, city zoning rules set a ceiling of 35 feet for such monuments. Now the city council is set-to decide Monday whether to ellow the 77-year-old retired businessman from Seattle to construct the monolith on a piece of industrial land he owns along Interstate 5. Ordinarily, someone putting up a spire or belfry or cupola on heavy-industrial land in Sutherlin wouldn't need the city's permission, notwithstanding a 35-foot maximum height for most structures in the zone, city planner Richard Schwartz said. ! But in this case, the structure that Gospodor wants to build consti- DEATH NOTICES Daniel William Slater ; Daniel William Slater of Corvallis died Saturday, Sept. 11, at the Mennonite Home in Albany. He was 85. Arrangements are under the direction of DeMoss-Durdan Garden Chapel. Lois Jean Walters Lois Jean Walters of Corvallis 5died Saturday, Sept. 11, at her home. She was 79. Funeral arrangements will be announced by McHenry Funeral ilome. OUR BEST Vrf ACOUT 'AT OUa CSST' Each week "At Our Best" highlights the achievements' of people in our community. It includes honors, awards and other recognition that is being earned by local residents. It follows the theme of our popular "At Our Best" feature profile in Mid-Valley Sunday's Family & Leisure section. . Please continue to send or deliver such information, along with pictures of those honored, to the newspaper in care of Rob Priewe, managing editor, 600 S.W. Jefferson Ave., Corvallis, OR 97333. ship. Cox graduated with a 3.96 cumulative GPA and was ranked third out of 119 students. She has tutored middle school students in math, science and English. She plans to study accounting at Oregon State University beginning this fall. Higgins receives Willamette degree J. Sarah Higgins, daughter of Vicki and Don McAllister of Corvallis and Leonard Higgins of Corvallis, graduated May 16 from Willamette University with a bachelor of science degree in biology and minors in chemistry and psychology. Sarah Higgins Willamette graduate She is a 1994 graduate of Crescent Valley High School and is currently working with a diabetes research firm in the Seattle area. Schulze earns Fulbright fellowship Chris Schulze, a recent Lewis & Clark College graduate from Philomath, has been awarded a Fulbright fellowship by the Institute for International Education. He is the third student at the college to earn . this honor this year. Schulze, who earned his bache lor's degree on May 2 in German studies, will use the fellowship to further immerse himself in German culture. tutes a sign and therefore' requires city permission, Schwartz said. "In our code, a sign is defined as something designed to attract attention, which this spire undoubtedly will do," he said. Schwartz recommended that the planning commission grant Gospodor an exception to the zoning laws so he can build his memorial to the East European-born Roman" Catholic nun who spent her adult life working with ill and poverty-stricken people in some of India's worst slums. But that's not what the planning commission did. The denied an ' exemption for the spire, perhaps in response to concerns raised by several people who live near the site. Gospodor said he finds the city's reaction to his proposal frustrating. They've issued variances for a lot of 'signs,' so why shouldn't they approve this one?" he said. "All I can conclude is, they saw the (financial) gain in approving signs for j.,, .,,,, V J. Dog training for your dog at "Heeling Free" '- Dog & Puppy School i . 3 tf ' et help with the basics, and these problems 'jZ Digging - Chewing - Barking - Biting - Jumping Z ' . Running away - Misbehaving when excited "" v . "Slow learners can come back for free." V r " Starts Weds. Aug. 4. Try it. Call 752-9078. -SEE US 1 o)fo)fntfo) SMITH A&sny 926-4446 The Fulbright fellowship includes stipends for tuition, housing and living expenses for an academic year. Schulze wjll spend this time teaching English to German students in Luneburg, a town in northern Germany. During his junior year, he participated in an intensive, yearlong Lewis & Clark overseas study pro Chris Schulze Earns fellowship gram in Munich, an experience that strengthened his desire to return to the European nation. A life-long Oregonian, Schulze grew up in Philomath and graduated from Philomath High School. He is the son of Rob and Colleen Schulze. Townesmith earns bachelor's at Grinnell Andrew Townesmith, whose parents are Jean Townes and Thomas Smith of Corvallis, received a bachelor's degree in anthropology and biology during commencement exercises at Grinnell College in Grinnell, Iowa, on May 24. Beathe earns honors from Lewis & Clark Jonathan C. Beathe of Corvallis received honors in biochemistry from Lewis & Clark College. He worked on his thesis, "Bending as a Function of Base Sequence in BPDE-Altered DNAs-a Synthetic Study," with James Duncan, professor of chemistry. Beathe initiated a project to investigate whether a known carcinogen in cigarette smoke causes DNA bending in particular DNA sequences. Beathe graduated cum laude from Lewis & Clark College May 2 with a bachelor's degree in biochemistry. He is also a member of the Phi Beta Kappa and Phi Kappa Phi national honor societies. Biochemistry majors with a grade point average of 3.5, both cumulatively and in the major, ' and who have prior research experience are invited in the spring of their junior year to participate in the senior thesis program. Students work with a faculty adviser to develop a research project. They then execute the experiments at the core of the research and present their analysis of the data and its meaning in the form of a written thesis. Students defend their theses in front of biochemistry faculty. businesses like' McDonald's and ' Burger King, but they apparently don't see any gain in this." Still, Gospodor believes his spire would put Sutherlin on the map, attracting people who drive the 1-5 corridor into the town to take a closer look at his handiwork. Gospodor said ' he's already installed two similar copper domes on a church building in Anchorage and hopes to win approval to create another on a piece of property owned by the Roman Catholic Church next to Seattle's Space Needle. Tracy Ward, who lives near where Gospodor wants to build his spire, said he doesn't object to the idea of the memorial, or sign, or whatever anyone wants to call it. "My opposition is that the area around this proposal is residential on three sides, and this just isnt compatible, especially if it's an 'attraction,' " said Ward, a retired Sutherlin High School woodworking teacher. FOR" 1 753-9175 i f. ,1 Celebrate 1000 Countdown to 2000 COMMUNICATIONS Samaritan Health Services LINK KENTON COMMUNITY COURSE OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY 9 A STARKER FORESTS ?LES SCHWAB! IPaGreirafts uw Leading suspect might be a teen-aged Ted Bundy The Associated Press TACOMA - The feeling hit on the day that 8-year-old Ann Marie Burr vanished from home. "I had a feeling right then that I'd never see her again," said Beverly Burr, the girl's mother. Now, more than 38 years later, she and Donald Burr have scheduled a memorial Mass for their firstborn child next Saturday at St. Patrick's Catholic Church. Why did they wait? "Each and every year," said Donald Burr, 71, "something came up to make you look into the possibility (of finding Ann)." The nightmare began after the Burrs put their four children to bed Aug. 30, 1961. In the middle of the night, Ann Marie Burr brought a sister, Mary, 3, downstairs to their parents' room because the younger girl complained of itching from a cast in which her broken arm had been placed after a playground accident. "I told Ann that Mary would be all right," Beverly Burr recalled. "The cast would be off soon. Just CORVALLIS POLICE DEPT. Arrests Friday Antonio Cortez Perez. 27. of 325 N.W. Second St. No. 4. was arrested on charges of first-degree burglary and fourth-degree assault. Friday Michael E. Hernandez, 36. of 1562 S.W. Third St. No. 3. was arrested on a charge of first-degree theft. Thefts Between 8 p.m. Thursday and 10:45 p.m. Friday a bicycle was stolen from inside a fenced yard in the 2300 . block of Southeast Ryan Street. Between 10:30 p.m. Thursday and 3:30 p.m. Friday a bicycle was stolen from inside a fenced yard in the 900 block of Southeast Dorothy Avenue. Between 12:01 a.m. and 1:10 p.m. Friday a cellular phone was taken from an unlocked vehicle in the 1700 block of Southeast Lilly Place. CORVALLIS FIRE DEPT. Ambulance calls Sept. 11 10:14 a.m. to the 38000 block of Marys River road for chest pain; one patient was taken to the hospital. : 11:33 a.m. to Northwest Circle Boulevard and Highland Drive for a car STIR OF ECHOES (R) LOVE STINKS (R) CULL FACTOR (R) RUNAWAY BRIDE (PQ) UCKEY BLUE EYES (PO-13) B0WflNGER(PO-13) DUDLEY DO-RIGHT (PCI) MYSTERY MEN (PO-13) (450)7:10930 OC (520)73394) DC (505)720 935STR (433)650910sto ()7C09238re (450)705920515 (4:45)sts 6459155Tb STIGMATA (R) (50D)72D94Osm THE 13TH WARRIOR (R) (450)7:159250C; THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT (R) (5W72S92Dstp THE SOfTH SENSE (PO-13) (4)7:W9350G RUNAWAY BRIDE (PG) (BXeCOOG ARLINGTON ROAD (R) DETROIT ROCK CITY (R) I.IMIII.U...J"MJ.. 7fl)STS ftGDsnt I 'ni Hi hiwiii is l 1 1 . I Today in The Associated Press Today is Monday, Sept. 13, the 256th day of 1999. There are 109 days left in the year. Today's Highlight In History: On Sept. 13, 1788, the Congress of the Confederation authorized the first national election and declared New York City the temporary national capital. On this date: v In 1759, during the final French and Indian War, the British defeated the French on the Plains of Abraham overlooking Quebec City. In 1803, Commodore John Barry, considered by many the father of the American Navy, died in Philadelphia. ., In 1943. Chiang Kai-shek became president of China. In 1948, Margaret Chase Smith, R-Maine, was elected to the Senate, the first woman to serve in both houses of Congress. In 1949, the Ladies Profes- sional Golf Association was formed in New York City, with Patty Berg as president. evftnrre men cotvomnon plain nnieinnioirnaD Qemig-inniissQiiDg (ftGmgMev take her up to bed. About 5 or 5:30 a.m., Mary Burr, still tormented by itching, re-appeared at her parents' bed, this time alone. Returning the younger girl to her own bedroom, the mother noticed Ann Burr was gone. Then she found the front door, which had been locked, was standing open. A window also was open. Outside, under the window, was a wicker bench that had been brought from the back yard. More than 800 National Guard and Army troops and police officers combed the city after the cheerful towhead disappeared from the family's north end home. Helicopters were deployed and divers checked sewer lines and outlets into Commencement Bay. Later the Burrs endured fake ransom demands, unconfirmed sightings, even an impostor claiming" to be their daughter, grown up and living in Puyallup. No trace of the girl ever was found. The police case, open but inactive, is assigned to missing persons detective L. Lindberg. Many still remember the disappearance, reported in newspapers around the country. "Every single time I give a talk in the Northwest, someone asks ON THE RECORD accident; ho transport. 2:16 p.m. to thf 2300 block of Northwest Kings Boulevard for an unknown medical; one patient was taken to the hospital. 4:36 p.m. to the 800 block of Southwest 26th Street for an allergic reaction; one patient was taken to the hospital. 6:38 p.m. to the 800 block of SW 26th Street for an unknown medical call; one patientwas taken to the hospital. 7:10 p.m. to the 800 block of Southwest 26tri Street for a fall injury; one patient was taken to the hospital.' 7:43 p.m. to Highway 99W and Kiger Island Road for a car accident; canceled in route. Sept. 12 5:58 a.m. to the 1600 block of Northwest Harrison Boulevard for an unknown medical call; no transport. 7:45 a.m. to the 1600 block of West Hills Road in Philomath for an Electric SIGNS ENGRAVING & SIGNS Why Ask For Market Analysis? Who sets the; asking price when a home is offered for sale? The property owner Alan Deitch 758-2155 (direct) Coldwell Banker Valley Brokers U09NW9thSt., Corvallis does. However to attract buyers the price should be based on rock-solid market analysis and statistics. This can be provided by the real estate representative in the form of a C.M.A.- (Competitive Market Analysis). What does a CMA include? First, the seller's home is analyzed to determine its condition and the features and amenities it offers. Its size, location, age, and condition are all taken into account. Next, the "market" is analyzed. The market includes homes already sold. . - ... History In 1971, a four-day inmates' rebellion at the Attica Correctional Facility in upstate New York ended as police and guards stormed the prison; the ordeal and final assault claimed 43 lives. In 1977, conductor Leopold Stokowski died in Hampshire, England, at age 95. In 1993, at the White House, Israelj Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin and PLO chairman Yasser Arafat signed an accord granting limited Palestinian autonomy. In 1996, rapper Tupac Shakur died at a Las Vegas hospital six days after he was wounded in a drive-by shooting. He was 25. Ten years ago: Fay Vincent was named commissioner of Major League Baseball, succeeding the late A. Bartlett Giamatti. Five years ago: President Clinton signed into law a $30 billion anticrime bill. Some 180 nations at a U.N.-sponsored conference in Cairo, Egypt, adopted a 20-year blueprint for slowing the world's population growth. One year ago: Former Alabama Gov. George C. Wallace died. Tt Corvalll Clinic Pttyvtcferw ft Surgeon A totuxy of r-i irn- !; me about Ann Marie Burr," said crime writer Ann Rule of Des Moines, Wash. For the Burrs and some investigators, the leading suspect is the late serial killer Ted Bundy, who grew up in Tacoma and at one time lived in the same part of town as the family. He was 14 at the time. Bundy, who confessed to at least 35 other killings and is widely believed to have committed many more, repeatedly denied any involvement in the Burr case before he was executed in Florida on Jan. 24, 1989. For example, oh June 8, 1986, he wrote the Burrs, "I do not know what happened to your daughter Ann Marie. I had nothing to do with her disappearance. "You said she disappeared Aug. 31, 1961. At the time I was a normal 14-year-old boy. I did not wan-" der the streets late at night. I did not steal cars. I had absolutely no desire to harm anyone. I was just an average kid. For your sake, you really must understand this." The connection was first drawn by Rule, who worked with Bundy as a volunteer in a Seattle crisis clinic and later wrote a book about him, The Stranger Beside Me." To her, Bundy's denials rang false, "Even for a serial killer there's a stigma to killing a helpless young girl," she said. unknown medical call; one patient was taken to the hospital. Fire calls Sept. 11 8:28 a.m. to the 2500 block of Southwest Coho for an apartment fire. 12:38 p.m. to Southeast Debra Place and Goodnight Avenue to clean up a spill from a car accident. . 4:08 p.m. to the 300 block of Northwest Second Street for a bark dust fire. 4:33 p.m. to the 400 block of Southwest Twin Oaks Circle for an odor investigation. 9:47 p.m. to the 2800 block of Southeast Park Place for an illegal burn. 11:06 p.m. to the 900 block of Northwest Hobart Avenue for a car fire. Compiled from police and fire reports by Gazette-Times reporter Rita-Lyn Sanders. 54l) 757-0707 fax: (541)754-9843 1380SW3rdSt. Corvallis. OR 97333 those currently for sale, and those which were offered but did not sell (the expired listings). Each plays a role in the final determination of price on the seller's home. Homes recently sold Carry the most weight, indicating the price buyers have already been willing to pay. Homes currently offered for sale are considered the competition, against which prospective buyers will be measuring value. Having not yet sold at their asking prices, they carry less weight in the final price determination. Homes on which the listing expired without a sale are a strong indicator of prices buyers are not willing to pay. Homes priced above the market are likely to languish without a sale. Those priced within the range established by an accurate market analysis are quick to attract serious buyers. Looking for help with your real estate needs? Call me today at 541-758-2155 or send an E-mail to alanhousebiz.com. . few , r . .. a 1 I t CCBtt 43663

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