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' ......... ..... r au au u ) ~,((( Harris, Title I teacher in Sheridan grade lchools, looks ever one el used fer students with reading er math problems. An Informational on Title I Is set for 7:30 p.m. Oct. 14 st Chapman School, sponsored advisery committee. ler Hoefler, a Sheri- and Republi for state would support away with the Conservation Cam- if he is next month. lng before the Rotary Club esday, Hoefler egislature esta- te do a job that work is A member of role VFW gives Flags to Boy Scouts At a special presenta- tion ceremony the Willa- mina VFW Post 4211 on Sept. 15 gave each of the two Boy Scout troops it sponsors a flag. The two troops, 264 and 254, are both Willa- mina troops. This is just one of the many community service VFW Post gave Flag to two Boy Scout troops in activities performed by the Willamina VFW, for area, Troops 264 and 254, both in Willamina. which the post received C did Flags were presented during special ceremony special commendation a n a t e s ..... from the district cam- Continued from Page 1 mander atBeaverton last Also speaking at the forum week, said Ed Greims, were: Dr. Curtis Jasper, repre- commander of Post 4211. senting Rep. Paul Hanneman; among the post's other Coralee Hoefler, representing her activities is its sponsor- husband Roy Hoefler, Republican ship of a well-child clinic candidate for state senate; Sen. held every second Dell Isham, D-Lincoln City; Bert Thursday. The clinic has Miller, representing Lynn Eng- been in effect for about dahl, Republican candidate for two months. Congressional District 1; Bob Helms, Sheridan city superinten- In military dent who urged support of the city's tax base; Ted Lopuszynski, Yamhill County commissioner Marine Lance Cpl. Samuel L who urged support of the county's Swensen, son of Carl J. and tax base; Ed Pierce, speaking in Mary M. Swensen of P.O. Box 405 W. Main, Willamina, is favor of the PUD proposals for participating in exercise Yamhill and Polk counties; Ray "Team Work 80." Phillips, speaking for Measure 6, He is a member of 2nd the 1 percent tax limit proposal; Battalion, 2nd Marines, Camp Peter Burgel, speaking for Lejuene, N.C. The exercise, Measure 7, the nuclear waste and being conducted in the North nuclear plan siting proposal; Atlantic, English Channel, and and Kenneth Knutson, speaking the North and Norwegian against Measure 6, Deas, involves more than 60,000 personnel, 170 ships Lumber mills showgains and 400 aircraft from Canada, Thursday, October 9, 1980, The Sun, 5 posal could be solved but worker was told to slow Denmark, Germany, the The western lumber industry President Carter has down on her job because Netherlands, Norway, Par- operated at 79.0 percent of its tugal, the United Kingdom practical capacity during August tabled a proposal be- she worked too efficien-and the United States. It iscompared to 77.2 percent in July, causeof Workon the Salttly. She quit the job designed to demonstrate and the Western Wood Products II treaty with Russia. instead, Hoefler said. improve the capability of the --He opposes growing --He opposes Mea- NATO Alliance to reinforce Association reported today. government. Hesaid thissure 6 which he called aand resupply shipping from The August report marked the "might sound funny ....Drain ,on local govern- North American across the fourth successive month of since he works for a state ments.' Measure 6 Atlantic, and from the U.K. to increase in the percentage level of agency in vocational would place a one northern European ports. The operating capacity for the indus- education but pointed percent limit on property ships will defend against try. But while each of the last four out that he has seen taxes. He favors income simulated attacks from surface months has shown improvement, ships, submarines and air- year-to-date figures show the first-hand that there are tax indexing so the morecraft. Western lumber industry to be surplus state jobs for money a worker makes it The field training phase of operating at only 74.4 percent of people who don't have won't automatically the exercise involves and enough to do to keep place him or her in a amphibious landing in Central capacity. During the first seven Planning busy. ,He recalled an higher tax bracket as it Norway by 16,800 troops frommonths of 1979, the industry, Firemen mop up at Gra _ Ronde cocl r mill Committee incident where one state now does. the Netherlands, Norway, the operated at 93.6 percent of Damage was eeli ated at O00, ' the Yamhill U/ ited Kingdom and the capacity. Planning Cam- ~AJIP United States. Aircraft provi- Hoefler said he AARP will meet Thursday Oct. 9 at 7:30 p.m. American Legion ding cover to the ships and grass-roots Hall. Speaker will talk about public power. All seniors invited, infantry will be operating from planning in- United States aircraft carriers REPUBLICAN WOMEN and bases in germany, Ice- using state President of the Oregon Federation of Republican Women, land, Norway and the U.K. Mrs. A. Robert Myers of Portland, will conduct election and A 1977 graduate of Dallas to eliminate the installation of new officers of the Yamhill County Republican High School, Swensen joined narrowly de- Women's Club at the Safari Restaurant, McMinnville on Friday, the Marine Corps in June the legislature oct. 10. On the agenda is the business meeting starting at noon, 1978. His wife, Karen, is the Hoefler said. If lunch served at 12:30 and the pro _b~am at 1 p.m. Patsy Miller daughter of Darvin and Dorthy he would from the League of Women Voters will discuss the ballot Horton of P.O. Box 231, another vote to measures. All interested persons are invited to attend. Dallas. the agency. Reservations are necessary and may be made by calling Beryl Stephens at 852-7435. Other matters, id: In military Shop the classifieds! favors nuclear 'Navy Fire Control Tech. for energy but nician Seaman Apprentice is a prob- Kenneth E. Kaiser, son of ~- "',~ Waste disposal James L. Kaiser of Route 1, / Box 279, Willamina, has materials, reported for duty aboard the that he worked destroyer USS Fletcher, weapons homeported in San Diego. He the Army. The joined the Navy in November of waste dis- 1979. OD, J. Atkinson, of The couple made an , and Gary inter-island sail from , of Sheridan, Honolulu, Oahu, to Han- I wedding alei Bay, Kauai, where L=set on June they honeymooned. !" the yacht Gary Limbaugh and off the island Michael Wold sailed !Hawaii. "Restless" to Shilshole, ! Wold, the Seattle from Hanalei Bay t , s ,, and Linda Limbaugh Re tless, Patricia took a flight back to Oregon. resident of After an 18-day cros- =ias maid of sing the couple met in Reverend Seattle and then toured Udd Per- the San Juan Islands. the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Gary rlends of the Limbaugh will reside in groom. Sheridan. Perfect finishes are easy with fine coatings- from Flecto. They are Firemen extinguish blaze in Grand Rende, ene ef two firu last week at practically fooPproof, same time. Willamlna Quick Ruponse Team also ruponded te victim with And they look so heart problem during the blaze. professional you won't Scout news " ....... believe you did Girl Scout Troop 408 had I for Council it yourself, their third Girl Scout meeting Wait until you see Sept. 25. The girls who ...... 'I :DON'T I, lqOV / THE , You finish will for find just a Flecto about ers,ShaelijodieScott, Smith Charlene and Show- Tara ON HAVINGk OU~;;~ ~"l~u===-~ w~= ~'a' =L'! IQU~I QtNIQ UIF TI ON L, SIEEHI =l ('~' ,--#'~= ~dJ~ everything that needs Tumidge. They all made Rice I ~' V~'E'R P~--~'/YT~ ~ [ Krispie Troats. They also i ,OkVttO L. NEXT JUt.yP "rblF.. ANSWR ,r.,.. turo .de sh .wp.. o, . WHENKuvW--YOU WA"Til to fenceS,to cribs themselves.scout is a lot ofBeingfunl a Girl I ~ 71 .~ ~..... ~ 'TO ~t./~ PI-I/IE~1E. ) ~ I OVI: B :R 1,1980. U,ver badge. Thursday, Of. 2 FRANcHER'S PAINT & HARDwARE i we visitedJeanne Sauers. Jeanne trains horses. She 219 Suuth Bridge Sheridau 843.]~/ explained to us all about ' TheFlectoCompany, lnc. P.O. Box12955. Oakland. CA94604 J horses.,,,,,o ,,.,..,=.,.,o, I ~"~ "'~'"" " ' being able to go there. FOR THE GOOD OF US ALL...we urge you to observe fire safety practices year round. You owe it to yourself, your family and your community to reduce the threat of fire. During Fire Prevention Week, reduce combustibles in and around your home ... garage " attic ... basement ... closets. as a public service by ),our Yamhill County Independent Insurance A ents & Yamhill County Fire Departments