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The Othello Outlook
Othello, Washington
January 3, 1974     The Othello Outlook
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P $y L i Tomato Firm Locates board post[on in annual roper st Green Thumb Gardens Inc. elections. announces plans for con- Nov. 15- Bill Powers wins Fnmc __r.,,. Rea e mato production operation in Year honor .... State Depart- Othello .... COMO group takes ment of Ecology expresses RITZVILLE - Forms for on responsibility of sponsoring concern over Port of Othello listing personal property are state-funded migrant summer waste disposal plan .... Record scheduled for mailing soon, school .... new Rotary Club rains .continue to hamper area according to County Assessor announces plans to sponsor crop harvest as long summer Roger Marshall. Othello High School's first drought ends. Assessor Marshall said foreign exchange student.Nov. 22 - Election cancelled about 1,700 forms for tax-June28-Charter presented for irrigation district with payers with personalproperty to Rotary Club of Othello. takers for vacancy left by are going out, plus over 600 July 5- Three area men are Harvey Bayley .... Helmuth separate forms for the listing charged in armed robbery at "Bud" Fichtler takes over of trailers as personal prop- Jack's Bargain Barn .... Councilduties as resident-director for erty. decides against protest on the expanded Adams County The assessor said he willFarwest Foods well as Mayor Counseling Services office .... appreciate it if persons re- Harry Sargent casts deciding Schools ponder cuts in face of ceiving both forms will fill vote after 2-2 tie .... Jaycees energy crisis. them both out, rather, than bold annual July 4th event. StarsVisit including the trailer on the July 12 - Lions host Nov. 29 - Baseball stars general, listing form. TheJapanese exchange students Jerry Koosman and Tony assessor s office will maintain for three weeks. Kubek in Othello for filming of separate files in the trailers Medical UnionProposal segment of"American Sports- forms, working with greaterJuly 19 - Adams County man" program .... Unfit dwel- efficiency. Hospital board delays vote on ling ordinance passed as city Values on trailers will be union contract proposed by council moves to take action on fixed with reference to adoctor's group .... Port District uncompleted building project carefully prepared blue book given estimate of $750,000 on at First and Scootnev .... W.B. type of reference service, industrial waste disposal pro- "Red" Reese resigns as port The taxpayer has until Mar. gram .... Don Dasinger resigns district manager. 31 to observe the law. as Othello School District Dec6 Trafficlight goes into However taxpayers can help director .... Lions Clubpin wins operation at 11th and Main. the assessor and his staff first place in world corn- Dec. 13-Haynes Gearheart materially if they do notpetition .... Local wrestlers,andRay Burden announce city postpone until some time in Kenny Schutte, Mike Pad[lie council resignations with March the return of theirand David and Scott Bliss win Initiative 276 cited as reason... listing, entry in national freestyle Lynn Olsen elected new mayor Marshall said his office has event, pro-tem .... Buic unit closed at listed on each form the July 26 - Hospital corn- personal property on which missioners vote opposition to the taxpayer paid taxes for the doctor union proposal. past year. All that is needed to Aug. 2 - Potato processing delete such items as may have plants close temporarily due to been sold and add anything high raw product prices .... that may have been purchased Local Scouts attend National in the last year. Jamboree. Recieving all these 1,700Aug. 9 Sixteen persons file forms in one month makes it for city office positions with harder on the assessor's staff three-way co~ests for three than if some kept coming posts making September pri- during the other two months. More About.... Year-End Formation of Othello lodge of Ancient Order of United Workmen announced .... Othel- lo Theatre Guild presents "Plaza Suite". Apr. 19 - Lt. Col. John R. Postas takes over command of Othello Air Force Station from Lt. Col. George Marvin .... Joyce Byers and Dan Pease named honor students for Othello High School class of 1973. Apr. 26 - Pilot volunteer probation program approved by city council .... Contracts awarded on water and sewer line improvements in city. Plant Expands May 3 - Resumption of ser- vice by drivers' license travel unit for Othello is announc- ed .... Farwest Foods an- nounces plan to add potato flake line to plant .... Dr. P.N. Erdmann predicts failure for Family Health Center. May 10 - School directors approve plans for board to direct Community School pro- gram .... Firm announces plans for new movie theater to be constructed in Othello.... Plans for organization of Rotary Club in Othello are announced. May 17 Museum and Arts Center receives America The Beautiful grant of $1,000 .... Adams County Board of Adjustment re-affirms ap- proval of McKay feeding operation after second hearing on matter....Need for fences at Lions Park playing field argued at city council meet .... "Red Roses for a Blue Lady" float makes first appearance in Lilac Parade in Spokane. May 24 - Gene Oord of McFarland Junior High named winner of Othello Education Association's "Teacher of Year" award .... Joint city - school cooperation studied on community school and sum- mer recreation programs. City-school Program May 32 - Mike Lung named Community School director as city and school district launch joint program Services on Veterans' Day dedicate vet- eran memorial at Bess Hamp- ton Memorial Gardens .... City officials criticize Associated Press news story on health care in Othello .... Richard Jackson elected Washington State Jaycee executive vice president .... Kurt Garner and Mike Padilla represent Othello Huskies in state track meet. June 7 - 116 seniors receive diplomas in graduation for Othello High School Class of 1973 .... Marvin Adams named new administrative assistant for Othello School District replacing Rich Hamlin .... New Washington Water Power turbine generator put in operation during ceremonies... Dr. Ronald M. Gill of Moses Lake hired as medical director of Family Health Center with July start seen for the health care service. June 14 - Three trial walls approved for Scootney Springs Elementary by school directors .... City council pon- ders decision to oppose well application filed by Farwest Foods .... Ervin Lumber In- dustries low bidder for new $70,000 county fire station .... Van Nutley announces retire- ment East Columbia Basin Irrigation District secretary- manager. mary necessary. Center Opens Aug. 16 - Family Health Center opens limited oper- ation to serve medically indigent patients only... City council studies possible action against uncompleted building project at First and Scoot- ney....First services offered by driver license travel unit .... Cost of living crunch hits schools with 10-cent lunch price increase .... Two Tri-City teams win regional spots in state slow-pitch softball tourn- ament here. Aug. 23 - Rep. Tom Toley cites food crisis and boost for completion of Columbia Basin Project during luncheon visit .... Othello Convalescent Center opens for operation. Schools Open Aug. 30 - Schools open for new term with lower- than- expected enrollment of 2,282... Othello LDS wards announce plans for church building expansion .... Francine Tre- panier arrives from Quebec, Canada, for nine-month stay as Othello High School's first foreign exchange student. Sept. 6 - State Liquor Control Board takes ap- plication for local tavern under advisement. Sept. 13 - Fenton Hirschi named to Othello School District board of directors replacing Don Kasinger .... Green Thumb reports natural gas shortage creating delay in construction schedule for greenhouses. Sept. 20- Ben Layes, LaMar Reeder, James Murphy and Tom Dopps survive city council primary contests .... WWP officials urge local conservation steps in face of power crisis .... Fair and Rodeo are rated big successes with Karel Blair of Newport winning Miss Rodeo Wash- ington title for 1974. No Museum Help Sept. 27 Request for museum fund help tabled again by City of 0thello... John Sargent and Hugh Sloan file for Adams County Hospital commission positions .... Activ- ities Booster Club reorganizes for new year. Oct. 4 - Mike Vashon resigns as project director for the Columbia Basin Health Asso- ciation with Robert Morrison appointed acting director .... Chan Bailey named new East Columbia Basin Irrigation secretary - manager .... Rich- ard Jackson elected Othello Chamber of Commerce presi- dent. Oct. 11 - Othello Church of The Nazarene starts work on new addition .... Ernie Packe- bush takes over duties as first juvenile probation officer for Adams county. Museum Opens Oct. 18 - Museum officially opens with antique displays and Indian culture present- ation. Oct. 25 - Harvey Bayley announces end of 15-year service as director for East Columbia Basin Irrigation District .... Kentucky Fried Chicken restaurant opened. Nov. 1 Miss Rodeo Washington Sally Damon of Othello competes in national event at Los Vagus, Nev .... Julian Bustamante wins Chamber of Commerce 1973 top citizen award... Sage Hills Colf and Country Club is turned by to FHA. New Mayor Nov. 8 Lyall Menser elected new mayor of Othello and city council races won by Ben Layes, Jim Murphy and Lynn Olsen with city clerk post[on to Judy Hawley .... John Sargent retains hospital Air Force Station with loss of see" attitude on energy crisis, members to Initiative 276 .... Mildearthquakeshakes Othel- to port board. 0~ 11 personnel .... Schools delay Dec. 20 - Port, fire and Ted Muscott named new lo area. Theatre Guild sets" plat program cuts with "wait andconservation districts lose manger for port district .... Dec. 27 - Tom Lyda named"Mikado" productlion. i BiG BEND COE MUNro' COLLEGE WINTER COUI S OFFERED IN 0 HELLO, WASN I COURSE COURSE# CREDIT INSTRUCTOR DAY TIME LOCATION COST ~'~" C~ i Adult Basic I I I ' I .... I I Othello I I ! [ Education 8th I ABE I --- I Melgren [ Tues & Thurs.I 7-9 pm | Methodist I Free | Anyds~ I Grad Compl. ] ] ] J [ [Church,,[ [ , ] High School | [ [ [ [ [ Othello [ [ ~ ] Equivelency [ GED [ --_ [ Melgren [ Tues & Thurs. | 7-9 pm ] Methodist ] $8.30 ] Anyday ]Preparation ! i i I ] ]Church ] i I ~rigation I AGR 095 [ 3 [ D Fuller i Tues & Thurs | 7-9"30 ] H.S. Corr. | $24.90 | Jan. 8 ! r~mctrieit~,] i [ " ] , " ] " ] bld~. Rm 103 I i 6 ,week~ I I 2 IM. Pattersonl Thursday I 171 F rsland I ,:yo I ;Ow::d I ! I I I i ..o. 504I supplies ] ke:rating [HnCO O I 1 [,J. Plant [Tuesday [ 7-9pro[!!:Fa~r~md ] s$5pSp~iP~us [ 1J~nw8e~ Ammunition ! , ; I I I I I I ,. -" ! '1 ! on ., !"! I I"w' Beginning SEC 101 2 J. Olinsky Tues & Thurs. 7-9 pm HS ._ $16.30 Feb. l!i /ypewrlung i ] ] ] | I ttoom 14 / ] 11 wee~ ~n;;:wmredlage i SEC 102 ] 2 i J" Olinsky ] Tues & Thurs. ] 7-9 ! l~o/n 14 ] $16.30 ] [;b~l~ ..... I I I I, I I I I ,9 Registration will be held in the class during the first and second class n/eeting. A $5.00 Records Fee is required for those enrolling in BBCC for the FIRST time. For further information, please call Mr. Fred Huston, Director, Adult Education, 765-7821 i Here at Community Savings & Loan our growth over the past thirteen years has been a source of great pride. We have changed with the times... yet remain firmly anchored to a foundation of sound judgment, skill- fid administration and friendly ser- vice. In the coming year we will be expanding.uur operatiuns into the EXPO city of SImkam'. In appreciation fi)r the strong support we have received from the people of North Central Washington, Community will be giving away a 5-Piece Footed Tea and Coffee Service. Anyone may enter this fi'ec drawing. Need not be present to win. FREE 5-PIECE Footed Tea & Coffee Service DRAWING January 31, 1974. NSURED m E