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12 The Sun, Thursday, November 15, 1979 I I Joe Chrisman of Tuggle Chevrolet in Sheridan lamenco The Morca Dancers--praised by critics across the country and in Europe--will bring flamenco to the stage of Linfield College's Melrose Auditorium at 8 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 20. The Dancers, Teodoro and Isabel Morea, are renowned for their intensively personal choreography and originality. They bring classic folklorico dance to such works as Bach's Toccata and Fugue in D minor and Pachelbel's Canon in D. Morea was the first dancer to appear with the New Orleans Symphony Orchestra, inspiring conductor Werner Torkanowsky to call him "The Jascha Heifetz of Spanish Dance." Morca has also performed in the Hollywood Bowl with Andre Kostelanetz and as a soloist for 52 weeks in Los Angeles' Moulin Rouge. He has presented concerts in England, Holland, France, Belgium and Spain as partner and guest artist of Pilaf Lopez. He was the featured performer at the. Cafe de Chinitas in Madrid and has appeared with such individuals and com- oanies as Jose Greco, Teresa, f shows off 1980 model truck to prospective buyer. concer Nov. 19, in Melrose Auditori- um. There will be a small charge to participate. Tickcts tbr the performance are $3.75 for adults, $1 for students. Block rates for students arc available. The Morea Performance is part of the LinArts Community Concert Series. Tickets for the series--including Morea, Joan Benson on the clavichord, guitarist George Hammond, the Salem Concert Band. and singers David Jimmerson and Erlene Carey--are $1S. For reservations and ticket information contact Linfield College's music department at 472-4121. ext. 275. WE'RE OPEN 9-9 DALLY! iCirst Chamber Dance Com- pany of New York, Maria Alba and Luis Rivera. "A brilliant dancer and serious artist, Teodoro Morca emerges as a distinguished presence in the world of dance," Viola Hegyi Swisher has written in Dance Maga- zine. Isabel Morea be~,an ballet training in early childhood, completing her studies at the Royal Academy of Dance in London. She was 13 when she joined her first ballet company as soloist. The Morea Dancers will present a lecture-demonstra- tion class at 3 p.m.. Monday, J raises M/;II ; has used information porvided WVlllCImlr}C~by Sheldon Wagner, a Mrs. Anne Merrill, grand- mother of William Estey, spent two weeks vaction recently. She celebrated her 90th birthday here. She has 7 grandchildren, 26 great- grandchildren. Mrs. Merrill resides in Cayucos, Calif. on ll~c coast. A very active woman. David Estey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Estey joined the marines and is in basic training in San Diego. He should be home in January. Two Oregon State Univer- sity forestry researchers say their study of human exposure to 2,4,5-T and its component TCDD (dioxin) in the Oregon Coast Range suggests other causes should be considered for the birth defects some have linked to the herbicide. Their conclusion is based in part on U.S. Environmental Protection Agency figures an EPA spokesman describes as "preliminary information" in the review of 2,4,5-T. Mike Newton, OSU profes- sor of forest ecology, and Logan Norris, a U.S. Forest Service research chemist stationed at OSU, said they have combined data from 1S years of wildlife and water- shed studies, and human skin absorption experiments, to estimate what they call "The range of possible values" for human exposure to 2.4.5-T and TCDD in the Coast Range. In addition, Newton said he physician with OSU's Envi- ronmental Health Sciences Center. to calculate that the risk of damage to a fetus is greater for a woman who drinks one cup of coffee a day than for the most heavily exposed applicators of 2.4,5-T. "W~ have found that the maximum 2,4,5-T exposure for a forest resident ranges from zero to one ten-thousandth of the maximum safe exposure level reported by the EPA,' said Newton. "We have found that even an applicator who handles the stuff (2,4,5-T) day after day gets only about one three- hundredth of the maximum safe level," he added. issues Newton said he calculated the safety margins by comparing his and Norris' maxinmm exposure estimates to tables in an EPA report--EPA's April 1978 Position Document 1 on 2,4,5-T--that set 20 milligrams per kilogram of weight per day as the dose of 2,4.5-T which must be exceeded to produce the first symptom of "malaise or ill effect to a fetus." He said he and Norris estimated the risk of damage from TCDD to be less than the risk from 2,4,5-T despite the extreme toxicity of the chemical, because its presence "is so tiny and so transient" in the environment, Kyle Barbehenn, a repre- sentative of EPA's Special Pesticide Review Division in Washington. D.C., said the figures in the 1978 EPA report were "our best judgment based on studies with lab animals and are subject to debate." Barbehenn said the figures might best be described as "preliminary information" in EPA's current public review of 2,4,5-T and its components. The agency suspended the use of 2,4,S-T and Silvex, another herbicide containing TCDD, in forests and several other areas last year. Newton said he and Norris estimated the human exposure potential for 2,4,5-T and TCDD for Coast Range residents living immediately adjacent to a spray unit and taking drinking water and meat from the area. Tests of how 2,4,5-T is absorbed into human skin were conducted using three OSU faculty members q t \ O f~ Liz Adamy of McMinnville is Miss former Willamina High School teacher Paine is J.B. Biggley in Gallery Oregon's current musical, "How to Business Without Really Trying." The be performed Nov. 15, 16 and 17 at the Theatre, 2nd and Ford, McMinnville. available at the Rexall Drug in Sheridan. i -'J~7"- J ~j f f--- J C. Sechrist Cassie L. Sechrist, 85, of Salem died Nov. 12 in a local nursing home. Services will be held Sunday at 2 p.m. in the Ballston Community Center. Mrs. Sechrist was born Aug. 5, 1894 in Ballston, She was a member of the Eastern Star in Sheridan, the Sheridan Gar- den Club and the Church of the New Jerusalem in Port- land. Survivors include two daughters, Jenne Dawes of Los Angles and Aileen Cox of Hawaii, six grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Local arrangements are handled by Barrick Funeral Home, Salem. Shopper's survival kittold Prices may be up and money doesn't go as far as it used to, but the ~hopper can survive in today's marketplace with planning and care. That's the message in the "Shopper's Survival Kit," a circular just published by the Oregon State University Ex- tension Service and available from county extension offices. Written by Velma Seat, Extensionfood marketing specialist, the circular is a step-by-step guide for the shopper who wants to stretch the dollar as far as possible. The specialist points out that "careful shopping takes time, but it can be time well spent because food is one of the largest expenses in family living. Improving your shop- ping habits is one way of coping with the cost of of living." WHSconcert set Nov. 20 Willamina High School's fall pops concert is scheduled for" 7:30 p.m. Nov. 20 at the school auditorium. The high school concert band and concert choir will perform, featuring con- temporary music. r J ( I .%..; (A) B) "%, (c) (A) The Newest Look From Bj~NK Velours Easy care, cotton/poly velours in a wide range of exciting new styles, including the latest look in velour ... ... wide-wale ribbing. 00 S 3 O0 SIZES: S-XL ..... TO (B) Another Great Look From We've got so many great new styles, from Left Bank velours, you'll have to see them to appreciate them ... golden rust tones, earthy brown, vivid blues and more... 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