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PAGE 2 -- THE DAYTON TRIBUNE -- DAYTON, OREGON -- THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 1980 Schedule Given &apos; ., For Dayton Men's I m m mm mm, . I t i r I Softball League I  " This is the schedule for the summer Dayton I SUBSCRIBE NOW Keep Up With What's Happening in Your Area I I I G \\;') e' I I I I Public Forum... To the editor, Oregonians have the unique op- portunity to make a renewable energy breakthrough in 1980 with the initiative petition signature drive for the "Renewable Energy Development and Conservation Act." The initiative implements Oregon Constitution Article X1-D, which calls for the election of a three member, non-partisan Ore- gon Energy Development Commis- sion (OEDC) to administer an ag- gressive financing program for re- newable energy development and II _ II I]ttl I I] Ill=Ill KITCHEN CABINETS ! 10  dOIIvew *NEW CONITRUrIoN I .RleMOOEUNO ROSEWOOD 109 E. 4tb Amity th,Mock welt fire station conservation using existing state bonding capacity. In addition to making loans available to individuals, community development corporations, small businesses, and consumer-owned utilities for solar, hydro, geother- mal, biomass, wind, alcohol fuels, and conservation projects, the OEDC will be the wholesale power supply agency for our newly form- ing people's utility districts (PUDs). Portland General Electric and Pacific Power and Light both have extensive nuclear investments and are fighting the Renewable Energy Development and Conservation Act tooth and nail. They will have made only token efforts to develop re- newable energy resources while the Governor's Alternative Energy Commission indicates there is a tremendous potential in Oregon. The final deadline for submitting the initiative to the Secretary of State is rapidly approaching; it's July 3. So concerned citizens should "sign for Solar" now. Over 1S,000 public power advo- cates, environmentalists, and Democrats have petitions in their possession, so you should not have to look far for an available petition. Sincerely yours, Dave McTeague Democratic National Committee Person Elect 290 18th St., NE Salem, Ore. 97301 370-8115 "Good things are twice as good when they are short." Baltasar Gracian "Nothing is particularly hard if you divide it into small jobs." Henry Ford .EAL,o." |00MAC HAS jl KEY TO YOU 7<,, 1 HOUSING i PROBLEMS i,y, Would You Like To Sell A house or Buy A Home? x "WE CAN MAKE IT HAPPEN' It j CALL i i MAC S REALTY i; i 2918 Portland Rd., Newberg i 538-7338 538-9276  Men's Softball League games. Visiting team is I NAME I listed first, with home team listed second. Fields ................................................ listed are: Varsity, at high school; JV, on Ferry I I St. and Legion field at the old Legion Hall I Mailing Address I grounds. I ......................................... I Teams participating this year are: Amity Mer" I  I  chants, Dayton Tribune, The Sportsman, Starr City ............................... Zip .............. Quarry, Wolf Gang, Mac Concrete, Mrs. Smith's I : weiser.Pies' Hustlers, Dayton Men's Club and Bud- |: Send $3 5Of.or a I League play started Tuesday evening, June -J.\\; to | =;o,;" one-year subscrnptuon to Thunday, June 26 Pies vs. Merchants, Varsity, 6 pro. Hustlers vs. Tribune, Varsity, 7:30 Gang vs. Sportsman, JV, 6 pro. Budweiser vs. Quarry, JV, 7:30 pm. DMC vs, Concrete, Legion, 7 pm. Tuesday, July 8 Gang vs. Budweiser, Varsity, 6 pro. Sportsman vs. Concrete, Varsity, 7:30 Quarry vs. Pies, JV, 6 pro. Merchants vs. Hustlers, JV, 7:30 pm. Tribune vs. DMC, Legion, 7 pro. Thursday, July 10 Pies vs. Sportsman, Varsity, 6 pro. Concrete vs. Quarry, Varsity, 7:30 pro. Hustlers vs. Gang, Jr, 6 pro. DMC vs. Merchants, JV, 7:30 pm. Budweiser vs. Tribune, Legion, 7 pm. Tuesday, July 15 Quarry vs. DMC, Varsity, 6 pm. Concrete vs. Pies, Varsity, 7:30 pro. Merchants vs. Budweiser, JV, 6 pm. Tribune vs. Gang, JV, 7:30 pro. Sportsman vs. Hustlers, Legion, 7 pro. Thursday, July 17 Budweiser vs DMC, Varsity, 6 pm Merchants vs, Tribune, Varsity, 7:30 pm. Quarry vs. Sportsman, JV, 6 pm. Concrete vs. Gang, JV, 7:30 pm Hustlers vs. Pies, Legion, 7 pm, Tuesday, July 22 Merchants vs. Sportsman, Varsity, 6 pm. Tribune vs. Quarry, Varsity, 7:30 pm. Gang vs. DMC, JV, 6 pm. Concrete vs. Hustlers, JV, 7:30. Pies vs. Budweiser, Legion, 7 pm. Thursday, July 24 Concrete vs. Tribune, Varsity, 6 pm DMC vs. Sportsman, Varsity, 7:30 pm. Pies vs. Gang, JV, 6 pm Budweiser vs. Hustlers, JV, 7:30 pm. Quarry vs. Merchants, Legion, 7 pro. Tuesday, July 29 Quarry vs. Hustlers, Varsity, 6 pm. Concrete vs. Budweiser, Varsity, 7:30 Pies vs. DMC, JV, 6 pro. Merchants vs. Gang, JV, 7:30 pm. Tribune vs. Sportsman, Legion, 7 pm. Thursday, July 31 Gang vs. Quarry, Varsity, 6 pm. DMC vs. Hustlers, Varsity, 7:30 pro. Concrete vs. Merchants, JV, 6 pro, Pies vs. Tribune, Jr, 7:30 pro. Budweiser vs, Sportsman, Legion, 7 pro, August 5 Concrete vs. DMC, Varsity, 6 pm. Merchants vs. Pies, Varsity, 7:30 pm. Tribune vs. Hustlers, JV, 6 pro. Sportsman vs. Gang, JV, 7:30 pm Quarry vs. Budweiser, Legion, 7 pro. Thursday August 7 Budweiser vs. Gang, Varsity, 6 pm Hustlers vs. Merchants, Varsity, 7:30 pro. Concrete vs. Sportsman, JV, 6 pm. Pies vs. Quarry, JV, 7:30 pro. DMC vs. Tribune, Legion, 7 pro. Tuesday, Aug. 12 Tribune vs. Budweiser, Varsity, 6 pm. Sportsman vs, Pies, Varsity, 7:30 pro, Quarry vs, Concrete, JV, 6 pm. Gang vs. Hustlers, JV, 7:30 pm Merchants vs. DMC, Legion, 7 pro. Thursday, August 14 Hustlers vs. Sportsman, Varsity, 6 pm. DMC vs. Quarry, Varsity, 7:30 pm Pies vs. Concrete, JV, 6 pro. BucJweiser vs. Merchar, ls, JV, 7:30 pm. Gang vs. Tribune, Legion, 7 pm. SATURDAY -- AUGUST lath -- PLAYOFF FOR LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP. Start I vs. 4 and 2 vs. 3 -- Double Elimination Bracket. New Cat Training Device Available Cat owners may now purchase a "potty training" system for their feline friends. The product, dem- onstrated recently on the "IV show Real People, is available from Brite Ideas (7o., 396 Elm Drive, Wheel- ing, Ill. 60090 for $12.95. The system called the "Kitty Whiz Transfer System" includes a booklet of instructions, a diploma (to be given to cat when transfer is complete) a special blend of herbs (use to entice your cat to the toilet and then encourage your cat to use the toilet for the first time; and a precisely calibrated flex form. The form sets on the porcelain rim of the toilet. The cat soon gets used to sitting on the rim. | THE DAYTON TRIBUNE | I I I I _ Box 68 c,o,,_,, I I # Dayton, Oregon 97114 vv I I AWBDK]END " unu  Slr eac hl !ou r monthly training session, And many even give you a $1,500 enlist- ment txmus just for joining. What other parttime job .ffers you all that, plus the chance to learn a valuable job skill like Surveying. 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