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12 The Sun, Wednesday, November 2, 1994 Classes/instruction 635 SERVICES/BUSINESS 610 - Appliance Repair 620 - Adult/Eider Care 625 - Child Care 630 - Musical Instruction 635 - Classes/Instruction 640 - Building Services 645 - Landscaping Services 646 - Painting 650 - Professional Services 660 - Financial Services 670 - Misc. Services 680 - Storage 690 - Business Opportunities Appliance Repair 610 CLOCK REPAIR---Grandfather, key wind, cuckoo, mantel. P/U & delivery. Low rates. 472-4048. 49w Child Care 625 LITTLE FOOT CHILD CENTER-- full day care. Monday-Friday, 7:30- 6:00. Ages 2-1/2 years-6 years. Preschool and meals. 876-3311. 461tfn 24 HOUR HOTLINEH You can place your classified ad after hours on our new hotline. Just call 843-2312, tell us what you want your ad to say, your name, address and phone number, and how many times you would like to run your ad. It's that simple!! Irh HORSE RIDING LESSONS: Perry- dale Farms is now offering les- sons, boarding & training. 623- 8015. 44a YOGA CLASSES: Improve your strength, flexibility and balance. All levels--beginners encour- aged! Call forschedule. Sue Brandt, 843-4246. 44btfn Building Services 640 CONCRETE DESIGNS: Driveways, patios, sidewalks, colored, tex- tured, stamp design. Call Jay, 1- 800-327-1295, or John, 864-2052. #73781. 4c Professional Services 650 PROFESSIONAL RESUMES-- WordPerfect]Lotus training. $5 off w/ad. Desktop Express. 434- 9415. 44w WHITE CLOUD MASSAGE--thera- peutic, relaxation massage. 1 hr/ $25, 1-1/2 hr./$35. Sue Brandt, LMT, 843-4246. 44bffn Miscellaneous Services 670 PRESSURE WASHING: Mobile homes, decks, store fronts, truck radiators, just whatever. Reason- able rates. Jerry, 879-5058. 46s Business Oportunitites 690 TIRED OF WORKING for someone THE OREGON Homebuilders Law else and never making enough to requires that all those who con- reach your dreams? Let me show tract for work on your residence you the American Dream, 1-800- be registered with the Builders 497-0644. 46p Board. Registration means theOWN YOUR OWN APPAREL or builder has a bond and insurance shoe store. Choose: jean/sports- on the job site. For your protec- wear, bridal, lingerie, westernwear, tion, before entering into any ladies, men's, large sizes, infant/ agreement for work on your preteen, petite, dancewear/aero- home, be certain the builder isbic, maternity or accessories registered by contacting your Io- store. Over 2000 name brands. cal building authorities or the $24,900 to $36,900: inventory, State Builders Board in The Veter- training, fixtures, grand opening, ans Building, Salem, 378-4621. Irh etc. Can open 15 days. Mr. Lough- lin, (612) 888-6555. 43r Painting 646 ROD SHURTLEFF PAINTING-- Professional finishes, interiors/exter- iors, residential, commercial, medi- cal offices, restaurants. Free esti- mates. 1-503-538-2831, Dundee. CCB#74337. 5r THE SUN CAUTIONS consumers to investigate advertisers before sending any money. We ask that you notify the newspaper of mis- leading ads. You may call the state's Consumer Hotline, 378- 4320, if you have questions. Irh JD CARPET & JANITORIAL: Carpet cleaning: 3 bdrms, living room, hall, $50; 2 Iodrms, living room, hall, $40; upholstery special, $40 couch & chair. Insured and bond- ed. 434-5095, Jim & Debbie Mul- lins, owner-operators. Irj CALL US BEFORE NOON on Tues- day and we will place your late classified ad in our "Too Late To Classify" section. Deadline for regu- lar classified ads is 5 p.m. Monday. (Remember, garage sale ads must be paid in advance.) 843-2312. A GIFT SUBSCRIPTION to The Sun will bring joy all year long. And it's easy to get ... just stop by our office at 136 E. Main Street in Sheridan. Or AIR 612 N. Hwy. McMinnville 99W 472-8315 Next to Royal Printing & Sherwin Williams Fr. Martinez to talk Tharps celebrate at historical society 60th anniversary Father Martinez of the Trappist Abbey will be the guest speaker at the November meeting of the Yam- hill County Historical Society. The noon potluck will be at St. Michael's Church Hall, Old Grand Ronde, on Tuesday, Nov. 8. Program subject will be "The Indian Journals of R. W. Simmons," published by Martinez, pertaining to Simmon's career, personality and his esteem for the Indians. Simmons was a McMinnville Episcopal priest from 1873 to 1881. Copies of the book, discounted 20 percent, will be available at the meeting for $6. Virgil and Amy Tharp of Spring" field, former long-time area resi- dents, celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary Oct. 22 in their son, Tim, and wife, Jannie's, new home in the Gold Creek area. Others hosting the event were their son, John, and friend from Toledo and grandson, Barry Tharp, Wash. DMcMinnville Welcomes r. Ingrid M. Viljak Practldng General Dentistnj. Children also welcome. Dr. Viljak is a UCLA dental school graduate and has been practidng for the past 10 years. Our office has a c.aring attitude to help you with your dental needs. We look forward to caring for you. Office to open Octoberl, 1994. Located at 8th and 99W (Z07 E. 8th Street) In McNtinnville. Saturday appointments available. We look forward to caring for you. By Travis Moore Staff Wn'ter, The Sun Seven gay and lesbian panelists discussed their experiences in rural Oregon last Monday night at the Sheridan city library. The presentation, called "True Stories/False Lies," was attended by about 40-50 people. All but one of the panelists live in Yamhill or Polk County. The other lives in Marion County. But all had experienced several of the same things. Most of the panelists said they were aware of their sexuality early on in life. But one women said she didn't "come out" until she was 33 years old. She now says she feels like her life has been cut short. The panelists told stories of being taken to psychiatrists at a young age for their "condition," being beaten by classmates and the general tor- ment of growing up homosexual. One of the men on the panel actually had to quit attending regu- lar classes in high school because of the harassment after other students found out he was gay. A women on the panel told a painful story of how her parents basically disowned her when she told them she was gay. She now lives with the pain of having not talked to her father the last eight years of his life. During the question and answer section of the program the panel was asked about the "special rights" issue. Several panelists said they didn't want special rights, they only want their civil rights protected. One women said, "I can be turned down for a bank loan because I am a lesbian, or because somebody thinks I am a lesbian, and there is nothing I can do about it." Another question asked why so many other people couldn't except homosexuals. A woman on the panel, a psychol- ogist, said she thought it was because of stereotypes, fear and standard human prejudice. The final panelist was not gay. He is a Reverend for a church in McMinnville. The Reverend said he thinks it is important to talk to kids about sexuality. He said about one third of kids who commit suicide are homo- sexual. INCUMBENT Experience to get the job done Paid for & authorized by Val Adamson for Mayor, 108 NW Lincoln, Sheridan, OR 97378 in When a question arose about the Bible saying homosexuality was morally wrong, the Reverend said the church is a "community of sinners, why should we leave these sinners out." He also later said he didn't necessarily consider homo- sexuals sinners. A woman on the panel also talked about the many translations of the Bible. Then she pointed out that Christians also used to believe that left-handed people were possessed. She added, "We've learned a lot since then." Co-founder of the West Valley Human Rights Coalition and panel- ist John Tallerino said he thought the presentation went very well. Tallerino said a man called him after the discussion and thanked him for the chance to hear "the other side of the story." "That is what we wanted to do with this," he said. "We want to educate people." If you snore, experience excessive daytime sleepiness, weight gain, depression, or severe headaches, you may have a common but potentially dangerous sleep disorder known as sleep apnea. If left untreated, sleep apnea can lead to high blood pressure, obesity, impotence, respiratory failure, heart problems, and sudden death. McMinnviUe Community Hospital's Sleep Apnea Program can help. Following a free verbal assessment, our trained technicians can conduct a study to find out if you have sleep apnea. Fortunately, most people with sleep apnea can be cured. For more information, attend a free lecture on sleep apnea Thursday, November 10, at 7 p.m. at McMirmville Community Hospital. To reserve your place, call 472-6131. If you can't attend the lecture, call us to schedule your free verbal assessment or for a free copy of our sleep apnea brochure. Help can be just a phone call away. Isn't it time you got a good night's sleep? COMMUNITY HOSPITAL Helping Your Family! 603 S. Baker McMinnville, OR 97128 472-6131 ELECT EXPERIENC FOR YOUR NEXT COUNTY SURVEYOR: Surveying for more than 23 years in and for Yamhill County. 20 years management experience with surveyors. 10 years county budget experience. Registered Professional Land Surveyor since 1979. LI William A. GIIle, Chair Tony Bell Rose Made Caughran Matt Dunckel Bill Jolley MaffDunckM STEERING COMMITTEE Leonard Rydell Ray Kauer Ben Frum George Alexander Case & B.A. Tlmmer Bryce Mitchell Dave Bishop Rae Anderson Lee Vasquez Stan Chdstensen Gunny Brandon Colin Armstrong Waldo Famham Marilyn Dell Luis Brillas Buppe~tng Profelmlonel Lend ~trveyore: Leonard Rydell John Hosklna John Rained Ken Bauer Authorized &paid for by Citizens Supporting Dan Linscheid for County Surveyor 9273 Gopher Valley Road, Sheridan, OR 97378 (503) 843-2625 Ron Davlson Jamle James Phil Plcard O.C. Yocum Layne Caswell "A Republican in Salem can make a Difference" in supporting e Authorized by Grimstad for Representative Committee. 1891 Yaquina Bay Road. Newport, OR 97365" (503)