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page 4 -- THE DAYTON TRIBUNE _ DAYTON, OREGON_ THURSDAY, JUNE4,1981 ~m~wmw~0~mmu~l~mm~--~l~m~D~m~m~ im~wm~ wm~ 'lhe Heritage Shop has moved into the building with Lotis Plumb- ing & Supply. Hwy. 99W in La- fayette. They carry a full line of needlepoint, latch hook kits and other craft items. Handmade ar- ticles made by others and sold on a commission basis. Open Mon. thru Sat. For Rent I bdrm. apt. for rent in Dayton. 864-2485, 864-2020, 864-3770. rtsc 1 bdrmhouse in Hopewell, partially furnished, free water, lg. garden space, fruit trees. $295 mo., 1 year lease, no pets, no smokers. Call 228-8583. 22-24c Help Wanted TEXAS REFINERY CORP. offers PLENTY OF MONEY plus cash bonuses, fringe benefits to mature individual in Dayton area. Regard- less of experience, write W.S. Sears, Prs., Texas Refinery Corp., Box 71 I, Fort Worth, Texas 76101. Public Notice NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City of Dayton Planning Com- mission will hold a hearing on the 15th day of June, 1981, at the hour of 7:30 p.m., in the Dayton City Hall, Dayton, Oregon, to take tes- timony and evidence on the follow- ing matter: Docket N u m bet SDR 5-81 Roy and Linda McAdoo are re- questing a Site Design Review to allow a Locksmith Shop in a Commercial Zone at 200 Ferry Street; further described as Tax Lot 4317 DA 5801, Section 17, T.4S, R.3W, W.M. Persons are hereby invited to attend the Planning Commission hearing to observe the proceed- ings, to register any statements in person, by attorney, or by mail, and to assist the Planning Com- mission in making a decision. For additional information please contact the Dayton City Hall, 416 Ferry Street, Dayton, Oregon (864- 2221 ). Dated at Dayton, Oregon, June 4, 1981. Janice Church, Recorder City of Dayton NOTICE OF MEASURE ELECTION DAYTON PUBLIC SCHOOLS -- DISTRICT NO. 8 Notice is hereby given that on Tuesday, June 30, 1981, an election wilt be held in Dayton Public Schools -- District No. 8, Yamhill County, Oregon. The polls will be open from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. The following question shall be submitted to the qualified voters thereof: SPECIAL TAX LEVY EXCEEDING 6% LIMITATION "A" BALLOT Shall School District No. 8 be au- thorized to levy $304,549.60 out- side the tax base for operation of schools during 1981-82? The purpose of this measure is to provide $304,549.80 outside the limitation set forth in Section 11, Article XI of the Oregon Con- stitution in order to provide funds for financing District School opera- tions during the fiscal year 1981-82. The above amount of $304,549.80, if approved by the voters, plus levy within the tax base of $625,643.06, will make a total property tax levy of $930,192.86, which will be par- tially funded by state sources. EXPLANATION OF THE BALLOT QUESTION Without the approval of the voters the school board has author- ity to levy only the tax base of the district which is $625,643.06. This sum, together with available non- tax revenue, is insufficient to pro- vide an education program ade- quate to meet the needs of the children of this district, considering increased costs of operation, sal- aries and fixed charges. If this measure is approved, $930,192.86 of the taxes levied will be financed partially by the State of Oregon which wilt result in an estimated rate of $14.76 per $1,000 of true cash value exclusive of levies for bond principal and interest and serial levies for capital construc- tion. This levy is to finance the basic instructional program of the district. Charles Stern, County Clerk Elections Officer NOTICE OF MEASURE ELECTION DAYTON PUBLIC SCHOOLS -- DISTRICT NO. 8 Notice is hereby given that on Tuesday, June 30, 1981, an election will be held in Dayton Public Schools m District No. 8, Yamhill County, Oregon. The polls will be open from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. The following question shall be submitted to the qualified voters thereof: SPECIAL TAX LEVY EXCEEDING 6% LIMITATION "B" BALLOT Shall School District No. 8 be au- thorized to levy $221,342.64 out- side the tax base for operation of schools during 1981-82? The purpose of this measure is to provide $221,342.64 outside the limitation set forth in Section 11, Articled XI of the Oregon Consti- tution in order to make available during the fiscal year 1981-82 ad- ditional funds for operation of the District schools. The above amount, if approved by the voters, will be funded by local taxpayers. EXPLANATION OF THE BALLOT QUESTION Without the approval of the voters the school board has au- thority to levy only the tax base of the district which is $625,643.06. This sum, together with available non-tax revenue, is insufficient to provide an education program ade- quate to meet the needs of the children of this district. If this measure is approved, $221,342.64 We'll cover k all.., for you. McMINNVILLE OFFICE 117 E. 5th St. McMinnville, Ore. 97128 REALTY WORLD First State Realty INC. Wayne Anderson, Ofc. Mgr. AI Baker, GRI, Broker CALL [503] 472-1Nll or 538-7426 v~ ~ vk t. ,A.~ t w w w ~ R 'ik t t ~ ~ t Vk t t ~ t w ~k t A' t tlk ~ w We are members of the Farm and Land Institute, and we have clients with cash and ability to purchase farm, commercial and investment properties. ~:~i~\~ Oregon Multiple ~ ~_~.~ ~~ Listing Service of the taxes levied will be totally financed by local taxpayers without any partial state payment and will result in an estimated rate of $3.53 per $1,000 of true cash value ex- clusive of levies for bond principal and interest and serial levies for capital construction. This levy is required to finance the following programs in addition to the basic instructional program: Food Ser- vice, Athletics, Student Activities, Photography/Journalism, Outdoor Educaion and portions of the en- ergy requiarements and Building/ Grounds Maintenance. Charles Stern, County Clerk Elections Officer Van Noy Oregon Scholar Names of 16,00 students have been announced as 1981 Oregon Scholars by the State Scholarship Commission. Among these was Kent G. Van Noy of Dayton High School. Students earning this honor are selected from all high schools in Oregon on the basis of their out- standing academic achievement. Selection is based primarily on high school grade point average, with some consideration given to ap- titude test scores. Purpose of the Oregon Scholars award is to give recognition to the academic achievement of students who have excelled in high school. These awards are honorary and are not related to financial assistance which students may receive. q'he group chosen as Oregon Scholars was selected from the 1981 graduating class of Oregon high schools totaling approximately 30,480. County to administer state code Effective Monday. June 1, 1981, the Building office of the Yamhill County Dept. of Planning and De- velopment began administering the State of Oregon Electrical Code, issue electrical permits and con- duct all necessary electrical in- spections within the County and its incorporated cities. Bill Munnings of McMinnville will make electrical inspections. He has served as the state electrical inspector in Yamhill County for 23 vears. Beginning June 1, electrical per- mits for work in Yamhill County ~ill no longer be issued by the State Department of Commerce. Homeowners, builders, and con- tractors may now contact the County Building office for infor- mation about the electrical code and secure required permits. Applications for electrical per- mits may be picked up at the Portland General Electrical (PGE) offices in Sheridan and Newberg and the County Building office. Electrical permits will be issued from the Yamhill County Building office and the McMinnville Water and Light Dept. Additional information may be obtained by calling the County Building office, Courthouse, 472- 9371, ext. 453. Dean Cornett's Repair Cars, Tractors and Farm Machinery' 8-0 Monday-Friday, Sat. till 12 2!rid gcncratiol~ in same location ,I.09 OAK STREET Dayton Phone 864.3331~ Bill to make Hopewell parolees pay fees A measure (SB 589) that would require a person on parole, proba- tion or another form of release from a corrections facility to pay a fee of at least $10 each month to help pay for the corrections program passed the House last week with the support of Rep. Bill Rutherford, R-McMinnvilie. The $10 fee for persons on su- pervised release would go to fund either county community correc- tions programs or offset costs of state provided services. "Because of the grave financial difficulties the entire state is fac- ing, any measure like SB 589 is welcomed by the Legislature," said Rutherford. "We need to look in every possible corner for additional savings for the state." "This measure would be another essential dollar-saver for the state," said Rutherford. "I don't think it's too much to expect these released prisoners to help pay the costs of their supervision." The first postage stamps were issued in 1847. SDA Church Elder Lester Hallsted of Salem, who was born and reared in Hope- well, was the speaker at church hour on May 30, He sang, "This ls My Task," he was accompanied by his wife Eula Knutson-Hallsted. Sabbath School highlights. Supt. Harriett Leigh. Mission Story given by Fred Drake. The Pre School Dept. Choir, directed by Oleta Keightley, sang a special number for the Junior-Early Teen Sabbath School. The nominating committee are meeting each week at the George Byrnes home. Coming events: McMinnville Assn. M.V. monthly meeting on June 6 at McMinnville Church at 5 pm. Song service at 5:30 pm. Travelogue by Dick and Georgia Donaldson of Laurelwood, a tour of the "Continent." Laurelwood Academy graduatioa. and commencement exercises to6k place May 29-31st. Salem Business Directory and Shopping Cuide 8tCYCLE$ k ~COTT S CYCLE SHOP ( --SCHWINN BICYCLES-- Sales-Service-Accessories Bank Americard-- Master Charge Welcome 147 Commercial SE 363-4516 o I WEEKEND SPECIALS This Ad Good For Fri. & Sat., June 5th & 6th, 1981 EXTRA FANCY Red Delicious Apples .. Large Tomatoes .... 16-oz. Nabisco Ritz Crackers 16-oz. Rath Breakfast Sausage 32 oz. Norwest Mayonnaise ... 22 oz. lb. 29c lb. 39c .. 95c .. 68c $1.19 Nalley Dill Pickles ....... 66c 16 oz. Santiam Cut Green Beans 3/95c LARGE 40 oz. Norwest Chili w/Beans $1.42 Rosa Rita Refried Beans 63A oz. Hormel Tender Chicken or Ham 6 oz. Lysol and Lysol 2 Disinfectant Spray 12 oz. 6-Pac Pepsi Cans Frito Lay 7 oz. Doritos 67c .. 85c $1.02 plus deposit $1.79 75c IIII II