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Morales Finishes Special Training Pvt. Joe A. Morales, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jose A. Morales Jr., 719 Maple St., Dayton, recently com- pleted One Station Unit Training (OSUT) at Fort Benning, Ga. OSUT is a 12-week period which combines basic combat training and advanced individual training. The training included weapons qualifications, squad tactics, pa- trolling, landmine warfare, field communications and combat oper- ations. This qualifies the soldier as a light-weapons infantryman and as an indirect fire crewman. Soldiers were taught to perform any of the duties in a rifle or mortar squad. Morales entered the Army in February. Hopewell Church Pastor Ludwig's illustrated ser- mon Sunday morning was on the seven basic needs of a wife, con- tinuing material from Basic Youth Conflicts Seminar. The Joint Heirs class led the \\;\xx\\x\\x\\x\\x\\x\\x\\x\\x\ ,Salem Business Directory and ,.Shopping Guide BICYCLES SCOTT'S CYCLE SHOP -- Schwinn Bicycles -- Salcs-Sen ice.Acccssories BankAmericard -- Master Charge Welcome 147 Commercial SE 363-4516 DRUGGISTS E PHARMAO' t I "Prescription Specialists" i Weekdays until 7:00 P.M. 675 Wallace Road N.W. WOMEN'S APPAREL Queen Sizes 18-52, 16v2-32vz Sportswear - Coats - Sweaters Long Dresses - Lingerie ELEGANT LADY Lancaster Mall Ph. 362-7254 Beaverton Mall Ph. 643-7049 ::::::::::::::::::::::::::: worship service Sunday evening with singing of hymns which held extra meaning to those selecting them, and various people shared Bible sections, which they would want to be able to remember if we were ever unable to have Bibles. Tuesday mornings are the early prayer breakfast time for the men, at 6:30 am. Come and join in their fellowship. Wednesday night at 7:30 was prayer and Bible study, with a sur- prise cake and strawberries for Pastor Ludwig's birthday that day. The senior youth group went swimming in the Newberg pool after having devotions by Pam Temple and Mary Hay. The young- er group went to Mike and Candi Tompkins' farm to learn about the florist business and enjoyed water- melon. At 8:00 Saturday evening the film, "A Distant Thunder" will be shown at Kingwood Bible Church in West Salem, sponsored by Christian Youth in Action. This film portrays life on earth after Chris- tians are raptured, in a fictional way, the hardships of the tribu- lation period. Hopewell Mrs. Veva Pearse continues to be hospitalized in McMinnville Hospital, gaining some strength. Mr. Pearse is keeping as active as he can, in Oakwood Glen nursing home. They both would appreciate cards and visitors. There was an impromptu circus at Hopewell Saturday night for those who got the word about the lions and tigers who were being rehearsed in their act at 5:00. The trainer was staying with Dennis Smiths for a short while and was willing to allow an audience to view the show. The children and adults alike enjoyed the informality of hearing about each of the nine ani- mals and aspects of their act. Fathers climbed off farm equip- ment and brought their families to enjoy popcorn and visiting while the show was being prepared. The oldest mother tiger was 15 years old, past usual life expectancy, and was being challenged for her "boss" position by a younger daughter. We learned that male lions lose their mane upon being sterilized. The tigers and lions walked on a large ball, on a barrel, rolled over in unison, and dove through a flaming hoop. 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J '' I I,--Industrlal and Invtments. THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 1980 --THE DAYTON TRIBUNE -- DAYTON, OREGON -- PAGE 3 psychologically always be in com- mand and alert to their challenge of his leadership. The trainer says that, like humans, one always wants to be "the boss", but he continually must assert his author- ity. Public Forum... To the Editor: The League of Women Voters of Oregon wants to alert Oregonians to be aware of a number of ini- tiative petitions which are now being circulated. As Oregonians, we take pride in the initiative/ referendum process pioneered here in Oregon. As citizens, it is our responsibility to refer to the voters only those petitions that will result in positive change. There are several petitions that are now being circulated that would result-in irreparable harm to our form of government; that would do away with programs that have made Oregon a leader in the nation for responsible public action. We urge you to sign only those peti- tions which you fully understand and know the effect they will have. Such responsible citizenship can save taxpayers countless dollars and demonstrate our constructive effort for change when change is needed. An informed electorate can ef- fectuate positive changes. Be an informed voter. Know what you are signing and the effect it will have if passed. Inform others and vote in November. Sincerely, Norma Jean Germond, President League of Women Voters of Oregon Letter to the Editor: I want to thank the readers of the Dayton Tribune who took their time to vote for me in the primary election. I am for property tax relief and renters tax relief, (even though my opponent apparently isnt). I am firmly against a sales tax and I am for curbing the powers of LCDC, and giving the authority back to the local government as much as pos- sible. If your club, organization or whatever, large or small, would like to have me as a guest speaker, please call and if possible I will be there. Please call ahead of time, between now and November so I can schedule it. It looks like we have some trying times ahead of us, and whether or not you're Democrat, Republican or Independent, we still need clean, level headed, listen to the people leaders, even more now than ever, in our government. I do need your vote, your time, your problems, and your financial support so that I may do my best to fill your needs. Sincerely, Robert E. Wendling for Senate Dist. 1S Box 384, Newberg, 97132 Day 538-2511, Night 538--5701 "To confess a fault freely is the next thing to being innocent of it." Publilius Syrus BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY :Dr.:J.L. McKinn00l OPTOMETRIST | , Ne, Ch'egon | I Lenses, Frames Duplicated | 2,= 69_2 Fi Street= ..... P?.?E 8-_2=460=:  Although the word "bark" once meant any small boat, it later sometimes referred to ships of up to 6,000 tons. A hand-operated elevator was installed in the Palace of Versailles in 1743. ') a; FRIDAY THRU SUNDAY, June 27, 28 & 29, as Quantities Last [Look for Monday-Thurs. ad in your weekend shopping bag] 40-oz. cans Reg. $1.69 each Haley's Chili with Beans. $1.39 Chicken Noodle, 4-serving box, 1.5-oz. Reg. 75c each Lipton Cup-A-Soup ....... 59c 15-oz. cans Haley's Blackeye Peas . 2/59c In light syrup, 16-oz. cans Special Sweet May Fruit Cocktail 49c 12-oz. pkg. Reg. $1.10 each Sunshine Sugar Wafers ... 88c Macaroni & Cheese, 4-oz., 2-serving boxes Reg. 79c each Betty Crocker Mug-O-Lunch 59c 16-oz. cans Reg. 63c each Princella Yams in Syrup ... 53c Crown Prince, 15-oz. oval cans Reg. 99c each Tomato Sardines .......... 79c French or Low-Calorie Catalina, 8-oz. bottles KraR Dressing .......... Reg.79c each 65c l-lb. tubs each Gold-N-Soft Margarine Flav-R-Pac, 10-oz. boxes Green Peas or Cut Corn 65c each 29c BEEF [CONTAINS SOYA] lb. Patty Mix 89c Smoked Pork Hocks ... Ib.'49c Beef Chuck Steak .. lb. $1.29 LAST OF SEASON LB. Large, Sweet Navel Oranges 19c PEOPLE'S MABKETI -- LAFAYETTE -- l