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January 17, 1974     The Othello Outlook
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OTHELLO'S FLOOD - While sudden warm weather and rains were causing considerable flood damage throughout the Northwest early this week, Othello was escaping without any serious problems. The most serious situation occurred at Scootney Springs School where water flooded Death Claims L.O. Megenity THE OTHELLO OUTL@ THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, the loading area behind the multi-purpose building. Above . school maintenance personnel work with a pump in water over two feet deep. No damage was reported from flooding with the water leyel well below the floor level of the building on Wednesday. FLOAT DESIGN - This is a sketch of the 1974 OthelloMorning, Sunshine". Work on the construction Community float which will have a theme of "Good week. CONSTRUCTION STARTED Marine Taking Bakers' Train CAMP LEJEUNE," Marine Pvt. Danny strong, son of Mrs Gilbert of Hatton, from the Basic at the Marine Cor During the elev course he received in garrison and field operations. He joined the in December 1972. Give to March of Final details and theme tinted in yellow. Material used "With a large crew working, were released here this week for the clouds will be made of we unloaded and completely for the 1974 Othello Commun- angel hair. dismantled the float," Hart- ity Float. Dresses for the float royalty man said. "This week will see According to float officials, are in the design stage now the removal of the old frame "Good Morning, Sunshine" and will be released to the and relocation of the driver's will be the most ambitious committee shortly, Keeneycockpit," he added. float yet produced by thereported. Dress design isHartman expressed appre- three-year old organization, being done by Larry Matson. ciation to the new committee The unit's length will Float construction, undermembers who assisted in the increase by two feet to a total the direction of Vice-President sub-zero weather. They were of 45 feet, the sides will unfold Bill Hartman began last Bill Zacker and Ron Jones of to a width of 14 feet and the Thursday and will continue the Othello Air Base and Rick height will reach the maxi- each Thursday night untilLamb, Othello Jaycee presi- mum limit of 13.5 feet. completion, dent. C J .. MOSES LAKE The join and to begin work relating or town on the legislative The new float was designed Here aunuay Central Washington Council of to the legislative session which committee. This group would and named by Mrs. Lena Cities and Towns was or~aniz began Monday ........ , ...... Hardt. Float officials reported - . ue a ~ lor maintaining Funeral services were held ed here Monday night to unite Hill was authorized to invite effective communications wits that Mrs. Hardt worked over a here Wednesday for Lloyd O. municipalities in Grant county representatives of cities .and your legislative delegation," month on the design before Megenity, 64, 1155 E. Oak, and a part of Adams county as towns within, the orgamza- pointed out Robert Bartel, presenting it tothe committee who passed away Sunday ata lohby interest in dealing with hon's boundarms not present field representative with the for adoption at the Dec. 6 the Othello Community Hos- the legislature and legislative last night to attend the next Association ofWashington meeting. 4 pital. Born Sept. 26, 1909, in committees, meeting. A, bsent last night Cities (AWC). Describing the design as Craigmont, Ida.,Mr. Megenity Meeting in Moses Lake, were re.presentatlves oI Each municipal governingideal, float President Dick II representatives of the ~ov- (3oulee Czty, Electric City h.~.a ~h~ll ~1...... ;..~1,~1,~ grew up there. He served in ............ ' ................ vv ......... " Keeney stated that the float ernments in Moses Lake, soap bake, waroen, wilsongates to a committee which the Army from 1941 to 1945 Ephrata, Royal City, Grand Creek, Quincy, . Krupp, Mat- determines through dis- will be large yet very easy to assemble; it will be relatively during World War II and was Coulee and Othello voted to tawa and Harthne. , cussions with local officials inexpensive to decorate and it awarded the Bronze Star. create the seventh regional In setting the regions what programs should be is excellent for lighting. With Unique Lift-Out Glass Ceramic or Conventional He married for former legislative organization in the boundaries to comprise Grant undertaken to meet the needs Orpha Bebee on Nov. 18, 1947 Keeney reported that the state, county and a portion of Adams of cities and towns. Element Cooktop Cartridges. in Malta, Mont., and theyRe resentin- Othello at the county contalmng Othello, the ................ t,~ unit will make an appearance farmedin the White Trailarea P ~ ..... lne mmur~xpenses m-,e at the Spokane Torchlight meeting was Treasurer Hazel mumclpal offlcmls agreed the new organization shall be paid for about five years until1951. Gallin~er cities and towns would have h, the AWC ~h;~h in turn Parade. This will mark the He @orked for seven years " " ou n the common interests" to ~J ....... n first known appearance of an' Moses Lake C ncilma .... receives dues from cities a d Othello float in the Torchlight. with Northern Steel of Bob Hill was selected tern- partmlpate actively on the towns throughout the state The float will give the ap- Ephrata and then was em- porary chairman of the new council, noted Bartel --.---- pearance of morning sun rays ployed by the Bureau of Rec- organization and authorized to Under the frameworks: ..... " ......... lamation in1963. Heworkedat call the first regular meeting adopted by the delegates, each lAsT.___. 24.9 .... ur beaming through a layer of several locations in the Basin at the earliest convenience to mumclpahty shall have one J NIUW It ~ yU clouds Therays willbe of long with the USBR and then permit othermunicipatitiesto person representingeach city ~ move yellow and orange chiffon joined the East Columbia "~ ~'" " "~ ~ ~ :' "' " .... ~ .... ~ ~" ~ ~ ~ ' ] i ~treamers running from a ~Basin DistriCt ifi 1~: He beightofl3feettothedeekof i ~ ~I : " T~I .... retired in 1970. ~] the float. The units surface ]41 S. h! 4-88-5219 Survivors include his wife at ~ L -|- will be covered with clouds the family home; three daugh- o|r[r~ ters, Mrs. Faith Anderson and Ufl yOU 805 S. Broadway 488-527! It i i+ Mrs. Claudia Templin, both of Ephrata, and Georganna Me- genity at home; one brother, Dale of Yakima; one sister, Assignment of fur trapping into five trapping units and a Mrs. Lena Wishard of Lewis- permits for the Columbia trapper will be assigned to ton, Ida., and three grand- National Wildlife Refuge will each unit. Anyone 18 years of children, be determined through a pub- age or older who is interested Funeral services were held lic drawing on Jan. 21 at re- in receiving a permit should fill at 2 p.m. at the First Baptist fuge headquarters, Manager out an application at the Church with Rev. Brad Kolbo Dave Brown reported this refuge office on 44 South 8th in officiating. Burial was at Bess week. Othello, Brown said. Hampton Memorial Gardens The drawing will give allApplicants who receive a with arrangements by Mus- interested individuals an equa] permit to trap on the refuge eott Funeral Home. Those opportunity for permits to must have a valid state wishing may make memorials trap on the refuge druing the trapping license and all to the Children's Orthopedic current trapping season, regular trapping regulations Hospital in Seattle. The refuge has been divided will apply. ~wmc NE~ i~ildb mildi] !, COUNTRY MUSIC ROCK & ROLL EASY LISTENING SPORTS LOCAL NEWS Jim Arnold EARLY MORNING VOICE 1 4 0 0 g H Don Lockwood STATION MANAGER T Jay Michaels MIDDAY VOICE : 4:.: ................... |Ralph Solberg Juan Guel Oscar Gomez Jason Goertz | TO OUR BEST CUSTOMERS: lain proud to announce that PRESTON TRACTOR of Othello is now incorporated as OTHELLO IMPLEMENT, INC. In the near future you will see a new expanded facility at our 805 S. Broadway address. We will be able to completely handle your parts and service needs. We will be handling the Ford tractors, Hesston equipment, Freeman balers, and Fox choppers to fit the needs of you our customers in the Othello area. We appreciate your patronage of Preston Tractor and I hope to continue doing business with you as Othello Implement, Inc.. Yours very truly, GEORGE R. PRESTON MANAGER