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:::ii: i!i :!: ..... i!!!i!~:: ~NEW DOCTOR AT CLINIC - Dr. Thomas Van Eaton, who has joined the Othello tinily Health Clinic talks above with a patient at the clinic, which will be opened to the ~eneral public next Monday. HOUSE SUNDAY I 1 IOtheUos Family Health new chairmanof the board for ~inic, thefederally-supported CBHA, explained that the ~ical facility which has been addition of Dr. Thomas Van object of community Eaton of Davenport to the ~ntroversy here for the past local staff opened the way for will be "clocks ahead" this Suuday morning en Othello residents join ~ople across the nation in a A plea for rural Othello helping to cut down t.ep mis Actio residents to help Adams possibility of theft, officials County Sheriffs Deputies said. Reported homes are protect their property was checked periodically during issued here this week. the regular patrolling of the An office spokesman urged deputies. Piles of garbage in Othello's reported fromEphrata that he local residents to notify the The plea was issued fol- alleys continued to monnt here is in process of obtaining an Othello sheriffs office at lowing Christmas weekend this week as city officials additional side-loader truck 488-2061 when they are going when several thefts were pondered what to do about and expects to have operations to be away from home for any length of time. Officials said a spot check taken last weekend showed more than 50 homes with the owners apparently away from several days. At the time only two had been called into the sheriffs office for periodic checks. By notifying deputies that they plan to be away from home, residents will be reported, including two inthe dilema and the city back on a regular basis early ~vhich the homes were virt- collection contractor promised next week. ually "cleaned out". action to clean-up the mess. New Truck Coming No improvement was in "I'm picking up the used Deputies also urged rest- sight here Wednesday, butside-loader in Spokane on dents to be on the lookout for officials of Nash Janitorial of Friday and will have it in any "suspicious-looking" re- Ephrata, contractor for the operation during the week- hicles traveling in their areas, city collection, reported they end," Adams said. "Our "We would like to know hoped to have the present about trucks or pickups that situation cleaned up and seem out of place, or anyservice back on a regular basis unusual occurances," officials early next week. stated. Bob Adams, manager for operations, 15 cents per copy OTHELLO, WASHINGTON - IN THE HEART OF THE COLUMBIA BASIN present truck was back in operation after a break-down at 10 a.m. Wednesday morning andre had four men instead of the usual two-man crew in operation hoping to get back VOL. XXV NO. 1 THURSDAY, JANUARY 3,1974 , , , , m pointed out that the CBHA staff, is working on a pre-paid medical service package and hopes to be able to offer it to the general public in the near future. Local revenues from the half New Doctor per cent sales tax continued to jar and a half, will officially public operation of the clinic. pen to the general public next Open House iOnday. Davis said that an openDr. Van Eaton, 31, is a top expectations here as state The opening was announced house has been scheduled at graduate of Washington State officials announced this week :e last week, as Columbia the clinic from l to 5 p.m. next University in electrical en- that the City of Othello's1973 ~sin Health Association Sunday, Jan.6, with the public gineering and graduated from share will amount to $106, ~rd members also revealed invited to inspect the facilites the University of Washington 519.99. e appointment of a second and meet thestaff.Theclinicis School of Medicine in 1971. That total compares with edical doctor to the staff of located on Cedar in the former He interned at San Joquin $90,000 budgeted for the year clinic. Quinn and Wood building. General Hospital in 1971-72. as revenue from the tax. Local resident Jim Davis, Plans call for the facility to His medical practice includes Revenues were also higher ho was last week named the begin offering medical ser- six weeks with a private clinic than expected from the tax in ! vices to the general public on in Cle Elum and 10 months 1972 with the Sales revenue ri Ch g Monday with hours from9 with the Davenport Clinic in bringing in about $78,000 that m~ ~ ~ a.m. to 5 p.m. Staffing the Davenport. year with the estimate at clinic will be Dr. Ron Gill, Married since 1964, he has $65,000. medical director, and Dr. Van three children, Masheil, 8; The State Revenue De Eaton. Davis noted that state Cougar, 5; and Ernest, 19 Fai-tment report issued this licensing approval is also months. ....week showed that the Decem- Dr. Van Eaton reports he is ber payment for Othello will looking forward to providing be $22,867.69 to push the final needed medical care in the total for the year up to the community and accepted the $106,000 figure. Payments are local position because he sees made for two month periods the need here. with a total of six payments in "This seems to be the kind of all through the year. program needed for a corn- Officials noted that the munity with a lot of people in December payments reflect the lower economic group," local sales made during Sep- Dr. Van Eaton said. "Ourtember and October of this remature return to daylight brings time. ~Congressional action late (st month approved Jan. 6 as ;~e nation-wide change for ~|me, aimed at helping combat ~e energy crisis by cutting ~wer usage. Official time for pe change is 2 a.m. on Sunday. School on schedule." Adams cited equipment problems as the major reason for the break-down in local garbage collection service. He noted that equipment has become a major problem in the solid waste collection business nation-wide. For example, he pointed out that last week the company had to mill a power take-off for the truck that is now operating. "The availabili~ of parts is becoming more and more difficult and the cost of truck units both new and used is very high" he reported. expected soon for a medex, who is now with the staff. "The clinic will be open to every one in the community on a fee for service basis," Davis reported. He explained that rates will be comparable to those set up by Columbia Basin Physicians Service. The board chairman also Ik READY FOR CASTING - Phyllis Blackburn, assistant director, and Joan Paris, producer, go over newly-arrived musical scores for '~Fhe Mikado" which will be presented here this winter by the Othello Theatre Guild. Casting for the Gilbert and Sullivan production is scheduled for Tuesday, Jan. 8, and Thursday, Jan. I0 at 7:30 p.m. at primary goal will be to provide year. Hiawatha multi-purpose room. Parts in the musical include four women and five men as well as chorus of school girls, nobles, guards and coolies. this service. Income for county govern- Limited Earlier ment was also higher thani During the past four months expected. The final payment of t 0 the local clinic has been open at $19,363.72 for Adams county its present location, but due to brought the total for the year staff limitations has been to $97,327.3!. Legal Suit Adams also indicated that possible legal action also looms over action by city officials last month in hiring Basin Disposal of Pasco to come to Othello and haul garbage. City Attorney Fred Shelton contacted the Pasco firm and had them spend a day and a half in Othello cleaning up garbage when Nash couldn't perform due to break-downs. Shelton explained that ex- pense of the move will amount to $50 per hour. He indicated that he feels that under the present contract, Nash must pay for the work since they could not perform. Adams, however, has a different view. He points out that the present contract provides for the city to hire persons to operate the Nash equipment in such an emer- gency. "The city had no right to call in someone else," Adams stated Wednesday. "There is no way we are going to pay and will got to court. The city has no recourse on the hiring of the other firm while we were under contract." Many Complaints Shelton reported Wednes- day he was told the City Hall had 45 complaints that morn- ing from residents on garbage pick up. He also pointed out that he will be faced with calling i~t~ ~,:~side belp again if Nash doe:~, not get its local service back ow ~rhedule. C Open Next Week in Ed Program A total of 19 classes will be getting underway here next week under the Othello Community Schools program, Director Mike Long reminded this week. Lang explained that 15 ot the classes will be in the serving only medically indi- Income figures for other Community School section The first public partici- Adams explained that next gent families, municipalities in Adams coun- with volunteer instructors and )ation in a project aimed at week s public meeting will Clinic Administrator Jayty with the December pay- are free to the public. Four ~setting and re - assessing follow several weeks of work Blanchard reported that the ment listed first were Lind, ~ie~!i!i~sthedOu~h~l~OeSChe7~' by a special staff committee, case load has been 303 families $3,204.48 and $18,361.26; Ritz- The effective date deadline that the county commissioners ves the ECBID with only a additional classes are being ,, The committee, composedof with the size ranging from two ville,$4,586.53 andS41,214.56; for application of the new takeaction to appoint replace- bare quorum of three mem-offered locally by Big Bend public disclosure on elected ments for them. He said the bets for its regular monthly Community College with cre- representatives from each of to 12 members per family. Dr. and Washtucna, $698.78 and officials passed here Monday out-going commissioners had meeting on Jan. 9. Harveydit and enrollment charges. " nt Superintendent the five Othello schools, as Gill has been operating the $4,746.41. The free classes include arvin Adams, who is direct- well as a student repre-clinic by himself during that In Grant county Royal City at midnight and took with it no recommendations on suc- Bayley did not run for re- hg the Goals Assessment pro- sentative, has been meeting time. received $1,817.54 in Dec- four more casualties, cessors, election to his position, and Needle Point and Related ~ctapproved latelast year by periodically. The group also In announcing the opening, ember to bringits total for the All three commissioners of Stan Trautman was electedsince no one filed for the job; Stichery, Open Gym, Book- the Adams County Fire in November to succeed that vacancy has also been keeping, Fly Tying, Self De- me local school directors participated recently in a Davis emphasized that the year to $18,892.37. Mattawa Protection District No. 5 Weible and will officially take presented to the Adams fense for Women, Sewing, *eported the session is set for two-day workshop presented local clinic must be made payments were $158.45 for a resigned as expected, and Art office on Jan. 14. Huff noted county ~commissionersfor Woodworking, Interior De- ~ext Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at by Charles Bondino of the self-supporting in threeto five $754.41. i~he McFarland Roundhouse. state superintendent's office, years under the federal Johnson of Hatton, an eight- that atleast one more member appointment, sign, Welding, First Aid for Adams said a meeting is funding it receives. Hospital Waiting year member of the East will be needed to make up a Remaining members of theMothers, Leather Craft, Con- He explained that letters scheduled for next Tuesday Funding Listed Columbia Basin Irrigation quorum so that district irrigation, board are Earl versational Spanish, The Sel- District board of directors, business for January can be Terwillegar of Warden, Ted ection and Purchase of Meats, !ave been sent out to 60 for all staff members of the The clinic is operated by the For First Baby added his name to the long list completed. Osborne of Moses Lake andOil Painting and Drawing and ~electedcommunity residents, district with a list of goals to CBHA, which was originally !ut. emphasized that the come out of that session, funded here for $250,000 in of resignations. Henry Schaeffer of Odessa. Refresher Typing. fieetin is o en to an one Another list will be prepared July of 1972. The grant for the Community Hospital were still the local fire district, reported The resignation of Johnson Action Seen given locally are Irrigation ,, g p y Officials at the Othello George Huff, secretary for Irrigation Post The college classes to be "t, erested.This will be a very onat theThursdaypUblic meetingnight, following 1973fiscal wasYear$456,629.starting of JulYthatf awaiting the 1974 New Year's that all three members of the from the ECBID board was In Ritzville, County Auditor Electricity, Cake Decorating, ~.portant step for the future The next step will then be to amount $245,520 is budgeted baby for the local area here current board submitted their reported by secretary-man- Susie Razey reported the Upholstery and Amunition. Wednesday afternoon, resignations effective Dec. 31 ager Chan Bailey. commissioners will probably Reloading. Ind|irectindecisionsf OthellO'Swill be madeSChoolS'on AdamsPlace prioritieSsaid a secondn the publicgals" 549for cliniCfor supportiveadministratiOn'services$80' A hospital spokesman said during a special meeting late Johnson, a past chairman of be taking action on the fire and Lang explained that a ~!!ii~~'e~nW~i meeting will be called about and $35'560 for adminis- there ''were nO prospects' in last week" The resigning tom- the irrigation district bOard' irrigation district vacancies at cOmplete list Of classes with the hospital at the time. The missioners include Ross Wei- represents the dryland area of their regular meeting on next opeing dates and starting two weeks after next Thurs- tration, last baby born at the hospital ble, Tom Para and Verne Adams county included in the Monday. She said that the only times were in last week's ~-~ day's session with the group Davis was named the new in 1973 was a son to Mr. and Parson. irrigation district. He cited other appointments facingOutlook. Information is also members then given a chance CBHA board chairman lastMrs. Richard Prestwich ofHuff explained that he has regulations under 276 as his them areforthreefiredistrict available from the Othello goalst take alistingperceptiVeand lOOkevaluateat the monthcontinuedleft bYonthepagedeath2 of lastOthellsaturday.making his appearance thentifiedresignationsthe countYandaUditOrurgedOf reason for resignation, posts in the eastern part of the 488-2650.Sch1 District office at them. Johnson s resignation lea- county. ~:?.~ Year with the city council tournament last March, and county commissioners on cat- Bus Accident ~!aying a leading Dart in the were undefeated in December tie feeding operation planned Feb. 1 - Six school children nnin --. i~ g battle. Iromcally, the as they launched their bid for by Ed McKay. hospitalized in dramatic, win- "~UOUn i}th; cement was made just the No. 1 spot in 1974. Jan. 18 - Medical doctors in ter - morning, bus - truck |Wo~" Week that the center Here then is a look at the Grant and Adanjs counties collisioninvolvingsevenvehic- ~Ld be open to the public. past year on a week-by-week annouce formation of AFL- les .... Volunteer probation i}ytn~,ne top single story of the basis: CIO union local aimdd atofficer program is launched by :~lj~tr~as the Jan. 31 school combating government inter- Lions Club .... Othello Huskie ~tai~a- Uek collision from which Year's Events ference in medical practice, wrestlers defeat Ephrata 27- ,] . cUiOUsly no serious in- Jan. 4 - Two masked men Jan. 25- City council stands 19 to avenge only dual meet I The year of1973 which came juries resulted, kidnap Yarger's Market man- firm on its opposition toloss of season, county assessor .... State De-tournament in Everett. Kahlotus and Washtucna .... a close here Monday was a ~Usy one in the Othello area, While, 1973 marked the first ager and wife and get $3,700 in federally - financed Family Feb. 8 - Long awaited partment of Agriculture Di- Mar. 15 - City council Assistant School Superinten- time in more than two decades store robbery .... SunnysideHealth Center during heated, market report is released on rector Stewart Bledsoe fea- approves water rate increase dent Rich Hamlin accepts ~,~e again marked with which Othello did not gain in firm announcesplans forfull-house session .... Music Family Health Center ..... tured at Republican Lincoln of 10 per cent to get new well superintendent job in Colfax. r."~roversy, but also high- population, numerous gains opening honey processing Association announces plans Death claims County Assessor Day dinner .... Washington project back on "go" basis .... Healtb Center Gets Go ~,ghted with activity and were still noted in the plant in Othello. for BTV variety show ....Everett Schaefer .... Eight areWater PowerannouncesplansAdams County Fire District Apr. 5 - Family Health [h! community. A new hydropon- Jan. 11- First phase of park Richard Jackson is presented cited as a result of bus- truck for new turbine generator to No. 5 announces plans for new Center given operational ap- ~thtop continuing story of ics firm announced plans to development is approved by with DSA honor by Jaycees .... accident, be located in Othello. fire hall to be built at Main and proval with office site an- Year for the communityhlocal here and a number of new City Park Board .... Dan LearyOther award winners are Feb. 15- Charter presented Mar. 1 - City water Larch .... Port District ap- nounced at former accountant ~ the controversy over the businesses were opened or ex- is appointed to Port District Gerald Weyns, young farmer; to new Grant- Adams doctors development program stalled proves planning on industrial offices on Cedar street .... ~tabtishment of a Family panded during 1973. board vacancy replacing Guy James Murphy, young edu- union .... HEW announces de-with announcement of plans waste disposal west of Othello. Annual census shows loss for ~ealth Center in Othello. The The biggest sports story of Powers .... Committees begin cator; Marlin Workman, lay in implementation offor Chef - Reddy well ....Mar. 22 - Before TV Revue Othello for the first time in 20 ~roposed facility was the ~r of local attention during the year was furnished by the planning for 1973-74 Othello young law enforcement of-Othello Family Health Clinic Private fund alternative pro- draws good crowds for three years with population going Othello Huskie wrestlers, who School District special levy .... ricer; and Jim Calahan, boss of due to alternative proposed by posed for medical clinic during performances .... Special from 4,534 to 4,528 .... Ingrid ~,u~, t of the first six months of finished third in the state Neighbors lodge protest to year. local doctors .... Special levy special city council session .... school levy of $432,000 gets Millen named Miss Othello amount of $432,000 approved Family Health Center put 75.4 per cent approval with big 1973 with Janice by School Board for spring election .... Lewis Colburn is appointed city police judge .... New Holland purchases Yak- ima Implement. New Assessor Feb. 22 Office field appraiser Roger Marshall of Ritzville is appointed new under control of local board as HEW cuts ties with Toppenish unit .... Susie' Eng of Othello named Miss Chinatown USA Talent in San Fransico event. Wrestlers Third Mar. 8- Eight- man Othello Huskie team finishes third in Washington State Class AA vote turnot~t .... ABC group Vicki Gearheart launches final push to raise Torrey Kilts wins Miss remaining $1,250 needed to Slope title. complete $20,000 school activ- Apr. 12 ities restoration fund. approves traffic Mar. 29- Dr. P.N. Erdmann and Main location announces plans for mobile presented with medex operation to provide residents in medical services in Royal City, Continued