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# e 4~ ( [/' i HEW Session Draws CBHA Staff Member A representative of the Columbia Basin tIealth Asso- ciation in Othello was among O The Othello High School Billman, Alan Bird, Winnie Johnson, Susan Guenther, junior and freshmen classes Burton, Elizabeth Bustaman- Connie O'Brien, Crystal Teas, placed the most students on te, James Carlson, CarrieRandy Fukukai, Pare Gross, thewinter trimester honor roll Herbert, Cindy Huff, Donna Chris Hansen, Gayle McCoy, announced this week by school Largent, Lila Mitchell, Della Janice Hysjulien, Duane officials. Moore, Steve Niblett, Nancy Johnson, Brian Jones, Jackie A totalof248 students from Pershall, Deeann Petersen, Ochoa, Kenny Schutte and more than 75 medical per- the four classes at the school Holly Preuschoff, Kerri Re- Francine Trepanier. sonnel from HEW's National qualified with 3.0 grade berts, Bambie Stock, Danny Seniors with marks be- Health Service Corps and averages or better with the Thieme and Sarah Wilcox. tween 3.0 and 3.5 wereRobert Migrant and Comprehensive junior and freshmen classes Sophomores with perfect Basham, Sandy Gilbert, Kathy Care projects meeting re- eachplacing72studentsonthe marks were Amy Adams, ,Lyda, Jan Roylance, Bruce cently in Seattle. list. A total of 54 sophomores Randy Bunch and Doyle Trescott, Kerry Boyd, Faye Attending the first joint qualified, and just 50 seniors. Peterson. The freshmen in- Lintvedt, Medina Martinez, Health Care Delivers Con- The juniors also topped the cluded Duaine Anderson, Kim Lynn Barker, Coralie Delling- ference sponsored by the list of 39 students who re- Boyd, Todd Burton, David er, Scott Woolley, Sonya Bird, Department of Health, Edu- ceived all-A or 4.0 grades. The Huff, Julie Jelmberg, Alan George Colley, Terry Hunt, catiojaand Welfare was Myrta junior class had 20 with per- Kottwitz, Denise Parrott,Steve Lancaster, Laura School. fect marks, 11 freshmen Allen Rodriguez, Carol Shol- Conference participants qualified, five seniors and just lenberg, Danette Simpson and Loan Received were from primary health care three sophomores. Dulcie Wheeler. centers throughout the Seniors with4.0markswere By B*g B d Northwest and Alaska. Greg Dainard, Carol Emry, Seniors | en The purpose of the three- Vicki Gearheart, Greg Has- Other seniors with marks L day conferencewastoprovidetings and Shelle Valentine. 3.5 or above were Mark,,,[~lec[r|c ~ IJCO0I~ both in-service technical The juniors were Gilly Danielson, Jason Goertz, In- training sessions to update the Barie,Jana Beus, Anita grid Millen, Julie Beer, Nola practitioners medical skills, RITZVILLE Big Bend and the opportunity to meet Electric Cooperative has re- with other medical personnel from similarly isolated com- munities to discuss mutual concerns and seek solutions to common problems, conflicts, and tension areas which might arise between them and their administrators and staffs, their patients and other members of the community. The program included medi- cal update sessions on pro- blem-oriented medical re- cords, cardiology, dermato- logy, and endocrinology. The conference also offered the opportunity for discussion of the following: The Human Dimension in Health Care Delivery, Sexuality and Com- munications, Current Issues in Gynecology, Pre-Natal Care, Sxuality and the Women's Movement, The Third World Community and Family Plan- ning, Men in Obstetrics and Gynecology, and Menopause-- Management of Women and Men. Five Aliens U.S. Border Patrol Agents have arrested five Mexican Nationals in the area for illegal entry and returned them to Mexico under a voluntary departure. Officials said three of the aliens were arrested at the Sargent Pump and Irrigation Company, one on Tuesday and two on Monday. Arrested were Juan Derez- Viilerrel, 22; Anastacio Vas- : ques-Gallegos, 47; Enrique Ledsma-Limon, 36; Salvador Urena-Aquirre, 26, and Vidal Zaragosa-Reyes, 28. The latter two were unemployed. The arrests were reported by agent Robert Rushing. ...... FOR HAZARDOUS DUTY - Lion Ray Gross gets an admiring look from his wife, Gall, as he models a hard hat presented him at a Lions Club dinner last Saturday night. Gross was presented the hard hat as a joke by club members after he barely missed being hit on the head by a large piece of falling pipe during installation of playground equipment by club members at tl~e Othello Farm Labor Camp a week ago. FRI-SAT-SUN rol Ihed ! April 5-6-1 RATED R OPEN at ceived part of a $1.4 million loan which will help serve new customers and provide capital for system improvements. Manager Ed Collison re- ported last week that the Rural Electrification Admini- stration had notified him that Big Bend is receiving $540,000 now for use within the system. Collison said that when the $540,000 is spent, the cooper- ative will be serving 5,023 consumers on 2,100 miles of line. "Over half of the current loan will go to provide service to new consumers," Collison said, "while the balance will be used to improve our service." The loan comes from a revolving fund of monies cooperatives have paid back to the federal government on previous loans. Interest on the current loan is five per cent. 488-3553 Young potato plants don't have extra leaves or plant juices to share with a bunch of bugs. They need all their leaves and every bit of nutrient- loaded juice for fast, vigorous early growth that produces big, healthy vines; better yields of top-quality tubers. DI-SYSTON systemic insecticide is absorbed by roots to 'bite-back' at the first attack by aphids, flea beetles, leafhoppers, psyllids and Colorado potato beetles. Up to eight weeks of protection from early-season insects that stunt plant growth, spread disease. DI-SYSTON works inside the plant, can't destroy beneficial insect populations that help nature help you. The bugs that mean harm to you are the ones that get hurt. Put it in the furrow at planting time. An additional sidedress application may be made after plants are up. Available in liquid or granular formulations for fast application when you need protection. Order from your dealer now. Chemagro Division of Baychem Corporation, Box 4913, Kansas City, Missouri 64120. 422 RESPONSEabiflty to you and nature Owens, Daniel Para and Mary Suarez. Other sophomores with Bliss, Shannon Davis, Patricia Getting 3.0 marks were marks above 3.5 were JeffBerger, Amy Brown, Douglas Norvin Brewer, Rosalie Faust, Rea, Dan Brown, Gerald Dickson, Sally Lopez, Rebecca John Galvan, Dana Leman, Byers, Sharon Calahan, Janice Prieur and Leslie Faires. CherylMcKenn, Kenny Mohs,Erickson, John Erickson, Vii- Freshmen with 3.0 to 3.5 Richard Mollotte, Laura Riz- erie Hilmes, Marilyn Jones, marks were Nadine Baldridge, Debbie Miller, Carol Rata Teske and Brian Qualifying Sophomores Alan Sandar, Julie Slain, John Adams, Ninifa bie Favaro, Ronda Justin Hafer, Kathryn Keeney, Layne, Terry bert Miller and zuti, Michael Roth, Charles Jayne Mayeda, Kenny Pecka, William Hays, Richard John- Shields, Karen Watkins and Bryan Stickel, Julie Manta- son, Cheryl Crowley, Dennis Norma Zavala. - gue, Tony Mohr, Steve DeLoach, Cheryl Essary, Jeff Dainard, Diane Roylance, Fegert, Dena Miller, Johnny Juniors Gloria Carlson, Cathy Haws, Moore, Ted Barry, Susan Juniors with marks of 3.5 to Keith Bird, Carol Cole, Aurora Roylance, Jan Ends, Christy 4.0 included Carron Calahan, Garza, Jan Hansen, Emily Scorup, Barbara Taylor, Rex- Mary Danielson, Yolanda Rosenberg and Kathy Will.anne Weed, Rosemary Del- Lira, Vicki Pastas, Chris Bos, Sophomores with 3.0 to 3.5 linger, Faith Jiminez, Gall alga Dolezel, Daniel Sarles, marks were Art Lopez, Marily Largent, Heather McDonald, Ned Smith, Cindy Anderson, Mitchell, Lisa Berger, Sosten Theresa Berner, Gary Peter- DeLeon, Diana Johnson, Re- FRI-SAT-SUN son, Nancy Tax, Joey Hurli- becca Swink, Julie McCabe, man, Steve Allard, Debbie Sharon Boyd, Scott Gear- April 5-6-7 Fegert, Kristy King, Jan heart, Andrew Lampe, David Lindahl, Cindy Snyder, Chin McCole, Michael Para, Chris plus Bailey, Clint Clerk, Debbie Potter, Michael Prior, Kim Davis, Nell Gilbert, Patty Stoker, Lorin Hymas and 3 Taylor, Susan Taylor and Rita James Simpson. Walker. Getting 3.0 marks were With marks between 3.0 and Paula Barker, Lacey Dough- 3.5 were Curt Andrews, Pete erty, Patricia Emry, Renae Boyd, Wanise Brewer, Dale Draper, Reba Weems, Carol Yenney, Kelly Bird, Karla Miller, Theresa Sharp, Kevin Stickel, Craig So]brick, Cindy Coffelt, Cindy Eppich, Jim Holland, Janice Jenkins, Maria Johnson, Sylvia Klingeman, Susan Rettkowski and Steve Kelley. Juniors at 3.0 were Hugh Glenn, Diane Johnson, Chris Jones, Isidro Martinez, Sher- ree McAffee, Roger Nield and Brian Trescott. Goodrich, Dan Hunt, Terri Johnson, LuAnn Maw, Jackie Page, Michelle Parrott, Nancy Struthers and Leah Vowels. Freshmen Freshmen with marks above 3.5 were Mark Bunch, Cynthia Carlson, Darla Ep- pich, Frank Erickson, Julie Lybbert, Jennifer Phinney, Cammie Surgeon, Connie Tax, Loretta Dugler, Joanna Nor- ton, Connie Coffman, Mae Eng, Scott Kummer, Michael Mudrick, JoAnn Prestwich, Rated PG Doors Open 7:30 p.m. ONE PERFORMANCE starting at 8 p.m. SUNSET THEATRE CONNELL 234-3011 Saturday 1:00 P.M. OTHELLO Thursday - Friday - Saturday April 4-5-6 The boy from "Summer o!'42" becomes a man on the cattle drive of 1866. Ol Ir rJmrrmum OO. 2OTH CENTURY4FOX PRESENTS "THE CU~ CATTLE. CO." A RICHARDS & HELMICK PRODUCTION GARY GRIMES and BILLY "C, REE~" BUSH co-=tin, nil LUKE ASKEW BO HOPKINS JOHN McLIAM GEOFRRY LEWIS WAYNE SUTHERUN RAYMOND GUTH MArl" CLARK ANTHONY JAME~ coLoR DE UXV Tom Black Bull came out of the w derness on the end of a rope He' hasn't been tamed yet! SHOWTIMES: Thursday & Friday 7:30 P.M. Saturday The Culpepper Cattle Co. 7:00 - 10:.30 P.M. When the Legends Die 8:45 P.M. Sunday - Monday - Tuesday April 7-8- 9 ee This film is a rarity. A movie the whole family can enjoy. Los Angeles "times "Sounder" is a must. II has the shini-ng light of a beautiful love story. Cosmo SHOWTIMES: RATED G Sunday 7:00- 9:.00 P.M. Monday & Tuesday 7:30 P.MI April 11-12-1'3 A 14-1 6 April 18-19-20 April 21-22- 23 and flrlendl 2Orb CENTURY-FOX PRESENTS TH LAST Theatre Ttctmk. P a1 /205 ndm a KIDS SATURDAY MATINEESf APRIL 6 APRIL |3 APRIL 20 Journey to The Far Slinkiest Gq NcHdos. _ Sido of 11no in 11no Wosl 3 cartoons 3 cartoons 3 cartoons FREE Every Saturday