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June 6, 1974     The Othello Outlook
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June 6, 1974
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i iL j ~ iii~ More than 2,000 citizens will take part in Phase II of the State Alternatives for Wash- ington program in a series of ten Area-Wide Conferences announced today. At least 150 citizens in each area have been invited by Governor Daniel J. Evans to participate in the day-long meeting. Other interested residents may register for the meeting through their county Exten- sion agent, subject to the capacity of the meeting site which in most cases is approximately 200 people. In addition to participating directly, citizens will have an opportunity to observe the process through day-long live television coverage of local meetings by public/education- " al channels in Spokane, -~ :" Yakima, Vancouver and Ta- : .... ~ coma. TOP STUDENTS - These McFarland Junior High School eighth graders were honored as the top scholars in their class during the promotion exercises on Wednesday morning. From left in front-are Don O'Connell, Dean Bethmann, Randy Britt, Carl Rosengrant and Ricardo Martinez. In the second row are Mark Kasinger, Debbie Snyder, Mary Pecka, Debbie Worsham, Guy Powers and Laurie Walker. The back row includes Kristi Taylor, Charlene Itosengrant, Shawn Logan, Laura Hutchison, Patty Connly, Carilee Bets, Teresa Beer and Steve Taylor. !::':L i Chairman Edward B. Lind- aman said the Area Wide Con- ferences would be mini-ver- sion t e,our Seminars which were held earlier this spring involving 150 delegates throughout the ~ )];[ " state. "By going now to the local communities, we hope to enrich the information we have about people's hopes for the future," he said. In the process which was developed by the Brookings Institution in Washington, D.C., participants set their own goals for the year 1985, identify positive and negative consequences of achieving their goal, write the "future history" or tactics that led to its achievement and develop Othello 5BA Visit Dropped On Fund Cut SPOKANE - Loan Officer Edward H. Dodroe of the Small Business Administra- tion's Spokane office will be in Mbses Lake Wednesday, June 12, to discuss agency pro- grams with businessmen needing financial or manage- ment assistance. Dodroe will be at the Moses Lake Chamber of Commerce between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. No prior appointment is neces- sary for an interview. Due to restricted travel funds, visits to Othello, Quincy and Ephrata will not be made this month, said William S. Schumacher, SBA Spokane District Director. As funds become available and travel restrictions are lifted, visits again will be scheduled to these communities on an every-other-month basis, Schumacher said. Businessmen seeking fi- nancial assistance should bring their current profit and loss statements and a balance sheet for review. Individuals who are not ucrrently operat- ing a business should bring copies of their income tax returns for the past three years. Management counseling to help solve business problems also is available through SBA. second row includes Joyce Jensen, Monty Jones, Brian Peters, Marilyn Scrimsher and Charles Regalado. In back row are Beth Padgett, Kim Pedersen, , Carol Kottwitz, Sandy Holmes, Becky Wood and Amanda Fosbeck. SEVENTH GRADE HONOR STUDENTS - Honored during the McFarland Junior High Promotion Wednesday morning were these seventh graders who placed in the top 10 per cent of their class. From left in tront are Molly Para, Becky Simpson, Kelly Schroeder and Brian Hilmes. The Eight Aliens Graduate Gets Chicano Honor SUNSET THEATREc0 Nm ju,,!. Are Arrested ~vetd;~oSe"t~de:d( Y:r~iIt ! '~h am wn 'Dirty Harry.' sity of Washington and c~tes Amon~ the s~n; ..... : ] In Local Area Chicano community leaders (i'u-ciela, " Bezvavi' " oes'-~'~l-runeaa,"Y~ ~ ~~ and service organizations elem ........ | ~~ . " o . entary education utnel- Eight men were arrested were honored at the first 1o ' |~ ~ Sunday and Monday on illegal annual - Chicano Scholarship " Benefit Dance Saturday, June ....... I ~~\~. ~-" : . ..~m entrYBorderChargeSpatrol inbYthetheothelloU'S" Proceeds from the benefit ~ LAKE TNFAI~F ...... "" area. dance, scheduled from 9 p.m. l Matla~ ,1 ~al~l [ .,-~~, -" ~~me~~i~ The men, identified as to 1 a.m. will be used to |mu,a~ ~an~ #,j-~u,,| | wa~r~r~l~l~ ~ppr ~[ Mexican nationals, were con- establish scholarships for need | | I ----------~__ , _ .. ~l ~ I fined in Grant County Jail and Chicano students in the UW | ~|. ~g~.|~r~ | | ~ll~ul~ ~ ,~ ~ ~iil | . ) - ---,.-- . . ,=~--=== wt~ ~lJill IIII1~ will be granted voluntary EducatmnalOpportumtytro-| ~mai'mnmrmn~ | I tlmmu~I ~mg~~;] I departures, the Patrol said. gram (moP). | ~r-lrlilr~lllL~uo~ I I I ~M ~m~y~r? ] -- ~ | Border Patrol officers said Twenty Chicano seniors, 13 | c ..... ~c.~o~o~. ~ ..... ~,~,,| |~t~ ~,~l~,,~(~.~_p.~y_L~. ITi~.~a~-,~w~ four were employed in agri- from Washington State, re- | | | ~m~.~tflt~t~Ut~L~.f~'~" ~ ! cultural-related industries near Othello and Warden and the others were unemployed. The patrol arrested five persons Sunday. They were identified as Eleseo Cruz-Del- gado, 19; Atanacio Rodriguez- Prebino, 21; Ruben Valenzue- la-Cuellar, 21; Raudel Valen- zuela-Cuellar, 23; and Baudelio Perez-Rubalcava, 30. Ill ]Hll I SKYLINE DRIVE-IN 765-2271 Wed-Sat ItW nl~tlmOUmm mm nmmmmmammmtu umm mm CHARIOTS OF THE TRAIN FOR AT I1~ BEST This Weekend... TOM HITCH , 67 So. Is( Friday and Saturday ,'488,:27N: "~ ' ' -- III DRIVE Summer Goals "policy teams" where the among the many alternatives various goals are compared or now being developed. Indivi- "cross-impacted'. duals wishing to receive Each policy team will additional information may describe a future state which write Alternatives for Wash- is characterized by the parti- ington, 312 First North, cipant's major interests. Seattle 98109. Finally delegates compare their alternative futures to OHS Student options described by the earlier task force. "Each group will come up with its own set of options and these will be included in the materials we are gathering for later presentation to all citizens of the state," said Lindaman. "We are not looking for consensus or agreement but for as many ideas for the future as we can get," he said. "Any citizen who doesn't like one of the alternatives already described can make up his own and add it to the process." Later in the fall all citizens will have an opportunity to express their preference from Death Claims E.C. Chambers Funeral services were con- ducted Monday for Elmer C. Chambers, 79, a local resident Is Runnerup In a state-wide contest, Shellee Valentine was named last week as runner-up for the American Legion Auxiliary- sponsored Sue Burdette Scholarship. Applicants were former delegates to the ALA Ever- green Girls State. Miss Valentine was Othello Unit 219 delegate for 1973. The announcement was made by Mrs. Mildred Mar- chesseau, Tonasket, depart- ment education and scholar- ship chairman. Dam's Visitor Time Extended The Bureau of Reclamation announced today that hours of for the past month and a half operation at the Grand Coulee who passed away May 30 at Dam Information Center will the Othello Convalescent Home. Born May 6, 1895, Mr. Chambers lived for many years in the northwest, and came here from Spokane and the North Idaho area. He had been making his home at the Convalescent Center. Survivors include one brother, Ira, address un- known; and one sister, Mrs. Manta Mullen, Mattoon, Ill. Funeral rites were held at the Muscott Funeral Home with Rev. Don McCarty officiating. Remains were sent to Spokane for cremation. Chat-N Do Has be extended effective June 1. The Information Center will be manned from 7:30 a.m. until 8 p.m. During these hours the guides will present lectures, direct tourists for the self- guided tours, answer ques- tions and distribute bro- chures. J.P. Green, Acting Opera- tions Manager, stated a disposal station near the Information Center has been provided for the convenience of tourists with self-contained recreational vehicles and that expanded parking and rest- room facilities will soon be open to the public. New Officers Mrs. Mike Wyknenko was elected new president of the Chat 'N Do Homemakers Club at the final meeting of the season May 21 in her home. Taking office with her were Mrs. Doug Hammarstrom, vice president; Mrs. Clarence Brandvold, secretary; Mrs. Bob Kummer, treasurer, and Mrs. Ellis Charvet, reporter. A discussion of next year's programs followed election. On May 31, Mrs. Kummer entertained members at a potluck luncheon in her home. Attending with the new officers were members, Mrs. Doug Harvey, Mrs. Ed Davis and Mrs. Dick Erickson. A guest was Mrs. Kummer's mother, Mrs. Margaret Car- michael, visiting from Wyom- ing. The summer gram at Othello Library will according to Donald, librarian. The program children first grades and to read 20 books summer months, All qualifyin will receive the Friends of the ] theater party, . soft drinks and end of the fall. SHOWH TH DR. DR. RISES THURS - Flit - 1:00 & SUN- suN. M011 NOW OPEN EVERY NIGHT STARTS TONIGHT plays Thurs-Fri-Sal June 6-7-8 ' ""== KARADO A Hem@ Kofx9 Ko, f-o F,~ Color A Not~onol General P~:tuces Release ~1 HaNG CAT STARTS SUNDAY plays Sun-Men.In June 9-10.11 CLINT EASTWOOD in nuns also SHOWDO! WED-SPANISH NIGHT June 12 Homemaker Hints To measure syrup or honey, first oil the measuring cup HAUIO with cooking oil. It will keep JULISSA JUUAN PASTOR, * ~ the sweet, sticky stuff from sticking to the sides of the cup. ..,, You'll get a more accurate measurement, too. BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL ,llt|l,l"q)l t F ,~ I----------- ~ .:: |THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1974 I S agehem | Tlmat~e Guild l AAvw |Rotary Club Pizzn Fnctorv iBu=ine= ~ Professional -- =-- l Women's Club ~FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 19"/4 1 Down'town Visit The 103 S. Ist .4883252 INthing .[ LOTUS R ,mm~m~--,mmmm--mm~SATURDAY. JUNE 8, 1974 l "--=J' "~' Nothing | LOCKER BEEF I ISUNDAY, JUNE 9, 1974 U = -= Attend The Church Custom Cuffing U Of Your Choice 1 KI t l Locker Rentals MONDAY, JUNE i0, 1974 On the Farm SlaughtaringlAmezie - Legion uxin ] l., - DI |Pioneer Homemakers n~ - - _Volunteer Meeting U " |Othello Moose non s Locker !~,. Ja, c~ n ' .Dirtily.. 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