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Othello, Washington
August 8, 1974     The Othello Outlook
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i:ii ii'i i! THURSDAY ACCIDENT - Othello Ambulance drivers take first aid steps on an Othello woman in preparation for transporting her to the hospital following a two-car accident which occurred at the intersecion of Highway 17 and Cunningham road a mile east of Othello last Thursday. Injured in the accident were Ruth Scorup, 56, with Issuance of an arrest warrant for the violation of a city ordinance prohibiting the keeping of livestock in the city limits was reported here by Othello Police Wednesday. Chief of Police Lew Johnson reported that the warrant has been issued as a result of Wahluke 4-H Hears Demos At Park Meet Lions park was the scene of a Wahluke Livestock 4-H Club meeting June 30. Presenting demonstrations during the evening were Holly Hafer, "How Banded Eggs are Hatched"; Coralee Dillinger, "Artificial Respiration"; Peggy Fink, "How to Plant and Care for Your Garden"; Randy Haler, "Preparing your Wool for Sale"; Justin Hafer, "Making a Halter for Cow or Steer"; Lynn Egbert, "Gun Safety"; and Susan Collins, "4-H--Is It All Cows and Cooking?". Guy Journot, visiting from Umatilla, Ore., guest of his aunt and uncle, the Ray Hafers, told of "Pigeon Dis- eases, Characteristics t,) Lc~k For, Their Care and How to Show Them." Jornot, 13, is a member of both 4-H and the only pigeon club in the state of Oregon. numerous complaints received recently oil violation of the ordinance. Citied was Jiri Vanourek, who i~ charged with raising pigs inside the city limits. Johnson reported that Van- ourek has a pen of five pigs in northwest Othello near Rail- road avenue. He said a court date of Aug. 29 has been set on the charges. Johnson said that several violations of the ordinance have been investigated lately and emphasized that rabbits are included in the list of Death Claims Louis Burda Funeral services will be held Friday in Moses Lake for Louis Burda, 83, who died early Tuesday morning at the Othello Convalescent Center. Mr. Burda and his wife, Hazel, had moved to the Othello home several weeks ago from Soap Lake. Born Mar. 27, 1891, in Rescue, Nebr., Mr. Burda lived most of his life in the Mid-west, coming to Soap Lake from Chicago in 1971. Survivors include his wife; two sons; one daughter, two brothers and one sister. Funeral services are scheduled for 2 p.m. Friday at the First Baptist Church in Soap Lake It'll be a father-son show- down for the 1974 Club Championship at the Othello Golf and Country Club. Defending champion Doug Buck, and his father, Joe, himself a former club cham- pion, both reached the finals of the Championship Flight in action last week at the local golf course. Doug Buck came through with a second round win over Jack Sandusky and then scored a 4 and 3 decision over Orland Favaro in semi-final play. Meanwhile, his father, who had toppled low qualifier Bud Mowery the previous week, advanced to the finals with a 3 and 2 win over Dr. Donald Herbert. Herbert had gained the finals by beating Ron Hardt. All of the other flights are completed through second round play with results following: First Flight: Jack Potter over Mark Lawrence, Duane Pedersen over Larry Ander- son, Jim Erickson over Jeff Olson and Bruce Trescott over Swim Meet, Field Day On Schedule Special swimming and field day events and beginning tennis for both youngsters and adults are on the schedule for the next two weeks in the Othello Recreation Program, Director Mike Lang reported this week. The open swim meet is set for 1 p.m. this Friday, Aug. 9, at the municipal pool. Lang said swimmers of all ages are invited with ribbons to be awarded. Othello Swim Team members will be assisting with the event. The Field Day, which was a big hit last year, has been scheduled for 9 a.m. on Aug. 16 at the Lions park. Lang said some of the fun events will include the water ballon toss, sack races, tug-o-war and others. Denny Diaz. Second Flight: Jim Moore over Elwood Guenther, Bill Trescott over Gil Johnson, Don Sandusky over Tom Para and Fred Pease over Dr. Dan Deane. Third Flight: Bob Stricker over Elwood Guenther, Jim Way over Harry SargenL George Huff over Harmon Baxter and Stan Trautman vs. Dick Neimeyer remaining to be played. Fourth Flight: Bob Roloff over Jim Taylor, Steve Connors over Mike Wyk- nenko, Jess Maloy over Bill Halpin and Del Lampe over Rod Powell. Fifth Flight: Henning Beck over Jim Cameron, Cliff Scoville over George Gall- inger, Steve Stricker over Ralph Lane and Jim Davis over Darold Dainard. abrasions and bruises, and Holly Everett, 28, with a dislocated shoulder and bruises. Both women, who were driving the cars, were treated and released at the Othello Community Hospital. Mrs. Everett was reportedly traveling south on Highway 17 and Mrs. Scorup east on Cunningham Road when the cars collided. nlmq animals prohibited in the city limits. City code 6.08.010 prohibits the keeping or raising of "horses, mules, asses, goats, rabbits, hogs, pigs, bulls, ~teers, heifers or cattle of any description in the city limits". The penalty for violation of the Are Sought Contact work for employer participation in the 1974-75 Othello High School divers- ified occupations program is now underway here, Director Bob Eckert reported this week. Eckert reported he is contacting local businesses to determine if they would be interested in hiring students on a parttime basis for enrollment in the program. In the class, which was Started last year, students spend one hour in the classroom and then are employed locally for two hours daily. Eckert said about 60 stu- dents have applied for the course this year, and efforts are to find employment for them in their occupational interest areas. He said any businessmen needing parttime help during the school year should call the High School at 488-3351 for information. New Officer Is Appointed Mrs. Ruby Leary was named at a meeting this week of the executive committee of the Othello Senior Citizens Club as the club's acting first vice president. In this capacity Mrs. Leary will be director of the club's creative activities. Mrs. Veta Fraser was also named by Richard Yost, president, as chairman of the club's bus tour committee. Tentative plans are to have such a tour early in September. Aug. 25 was scheduled as the date for the Senior Citizens' second picnic at Lions Park, with the potluck meal t be served at 5 p.m. Mrs. Guy R. Powers, the club's second vice president, is in charge of arrangements. Authorization was given by the club's executive com- mittee to file articles of incorporation, and to have membership cards printed. ordinance is $25 with each day to constitute a separate~ violation. Johnson also noted that a separate part of the cede makes it illegal to house "poultry or any kind of fowl in the city without a special permit from the city office." The penalty for violation of this ordinance is $300 and 90 days in jail. "In many cases the vio- lations are just a matter of the people not being aware of the law," Johnson said. Tots Learn Music and. Love h A delightful introduction to music for the pre-school child 3 to 6 in an especially equipped studio. Bonnie's Muskal Kindergarten Studio at McRae Music 488-3584 FARM E(~LIIIqI~T Fidelity has a rate and a maturity on Insured Savings to fit your needs. 51/4% 7h% any amount $1,0(30 $1,000 from $1.00 up minimum minimum is welcome 6.81% 7.90 % S.47 ~ annual yield annual yield annual yield 1 year 4 year No time limit certificate certificate No Penalty Penalty withdrawll for early for early ~nalty withdrawal withdrawal / Insured by Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation ]M'OTU~ S&vtn Bank. Complete service available at all 17 Fidelity oJfices statewide. Fidelity is 67 years safe, $370 million strong. The Othello Community Float recorded another sig- nificant victory on the parade circuit this past weekend in the second largest parade in Canadian British Columbia. Attending the Penticton Peach Festival, the local unit captured second place in its division. Othello appeared with approximately forty floats, many from the Co- lumbia Basin area including Tri-Cities, Ritzville, Connell, Warden, Moses Lake, Ephrata, Grand Coulee and Wenatchee. Accompanying the float to Canada was a contingency of 32 Othello people which included Mr. and Mrs. Phil Knapp, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Morris, Bill Anderson family, West Beus family, John Postas family, Dean Hanley family, Larry Mattson family, Dick Kenney family, Nila Cameron, Janice Coffland, Ginny Scha- fer, Dwayne Stafford, Kert Sielaff and Harley Skogley. Commenting on the excep- tional participation, Dick Keeney, float president noted, "I can recall my first year with the float when this parade was cancelled due to lack interest." Republican Meet Planned Aug. 15 A joint meeting of the Othello Republican Club and Women's Republican Club has been scheduled for next Thursday, Aug. 15, at8 p.m. at the Dean Judd residence at 849 E. Juniper. On the agenda will be discussion of activities for the coming election, including plans for a Republican picnic and local fair participation. All interested Republicans are invited to attend. He added that the Penticton parade has become the most successful trip for the Othello Float. Parade Entries Othello parade chairman Jean Petersen announced this of week the entry of two additional floats to the local parade here Sept. 14. Forms were received from Ritzville and Milton-Freewater, Ore., bringing to six the number of floats entered. Mrs. Petersen urged that local participants se~d in their entries as soon as possible. Noting that the deadline for entries is Sept. 7, she stated that though no one will be Profit Sharing & By ad m inistrative .agents for qualified and group insurance - plans FOR INFORMATION: Hanks & Fields Insurance, Inc. Othello - Warden Correspondents or have your CP.A. call 547-0747 (Tri-Cities)i prevented from parade, late to be at the rear; "As the does the work Petersen stated. cials must have preparation time." On the, the forest and season is for real. White and Leather Lousey hunting OTHELL( MEN-WOMEN MIXED DOUBLES Get An Expert Overhaul Tune-up CALL 488-9 561 or 488-2028 Roy's Auto Service 126 S. Broadway 488-2012 LP Gas For Carburetion And Agricultural Use. 52 E. Columbia 488~2312 Othello Implement Inc. 805 S. Broadway 488-5271 FEATURES CAR REPAIR AND AND AND RADIATOR ONE STOP S * Wall papering * * Picture Frames * TOSHIBA * Color TV * Black and White TV * Intercom Systems * Stereo Save on catalog orders 100% financing Chriswell's 441 S. 10th 488-2730 * Pittsburg Paints * * Floor Covering * Financing Approved credit Th 341 S. 1st * Radiator Re * Truck and Auto * We buy scrap * Abandoned Car * Arc Welding H & g Truck g Wrecking Hiway 26 WE RE PAl R Bob Howatt, owner/manager, Chris Kiiehle is spray painting Qf H&B Auto Wrecking and a radiatorafter ithas been *Complete food and Lawn mowers - rototillers - Radiator Service. repaired, line wheel line engines - hydraulic- :~:.~i ...... :~:~~::~::.:r~'~:~::. ~:,.~:~i:~,~*~: ~. -- ~-~ " . .:. . ~::ii ' jacks and cylinders-custom l~l "~: :::;::~i'~~~ i:'~..~ :~~ ~' Open year around ~> : ::::~%~ "i~:: ::~::,::,~:.:~ ~'~ ...... ": : ~ :: : -: ::~ .:. ~..i-".: :,:~i~:~:~.::. . ~ ~. ~.'~ .." ". .... :~:::: .:.,~ii~ ~ ~'~;. ~.:.::'~:::':':::":"~'" :. '~: " ~:" ..'.: ".: . ! : made hydraulic hoses l:::li%~:~i ~:~:::~:~~ :~: :~:: ~~ i~ i~i~i~!:!~: ::ii~ ~:!~ii~::~!::i~:~~:::~ ::~i!i~ :::~ ~: :: ~i~i~ : t * Always ready for ca .... i : ; . Smdl Engine Repar LM)i:.:. Oar's Dr* 26 E. Larch 488-3902 ~:~i~:~: ::~: : : ..... ~ ::/:: ..... ~ ....~ .............. 1224 E. Main .::: ::;~::::::..'.::.',2.':.'~..Y.~4:4.~'~::' ~::i~i~i: :~iii:~:~::~i.~:~:~ :~!::"::.:::," .:i::.~~ .... ..:~ ' -....~':-;~'-': ......... ~::.'.'.~:.-~ Lowrey Organs ~~:I! !~: %~ ':~* ~:: ~' " i::"~ :~::::::' * Antique refinishS ~ia~os ~ ~~ i ..... ~ ............. restoring- New .4 Complete Music Store * Saw SharpeningC Electrophonic Stereo :: ......... " .... * Custom Kitchen Furniture built to RADIO SHACK ~-Vern Buchmann is_engine, transmission and rear-end specialist. China closets - bars Supermarket of Sound Vern will repair transmissions or rear-ends in the field. * 16 years experien~ IV cRAE / USIC H&B Auto Wrecking and through a shredder and then bn's Radiator Service located westloaded on barges and deliver- 702 E. Main " 488-3584 of Othello on Highway 26 is ed to Japan to be melted down 60 E. Hgmlock ,.v..4v.v...v.......-.r ,......:.~ x.~-.~ owned and operated by Bob and used again, Howatt said. ::::::: ,z. ........... ................. ,......-....~..~'2....v... Howatt. In addition to auto One of our specialties is ' EXPERT MECHANICAL wrecking and salvage the service in the field of ProvlOl SERVICE business offers auto repair,transmissions and rear-ends. radiator repair and metal Either of our two full-time your * Cars * Trucks * Tractors Complete Overhaul Or Repairs fabrication. "We will pick up abandoned cars and metal on request and we have a smasher which compacts cars after they have been stripped of upholstery and glass. The smashed ears are loaded on a trailer rig and delivered to the Seattle area where they are processed employees, Vern Buchmann and Chris Kiichh, is qualified to do this type of work," Howatt said. If you have an abandoned car that you would like to dispose of we invite you to call us and we will pick it up, or you can deliver it to us for salvage. I, i Gordy's Automotive 220 N. Broadway 488-3951 ENJOY FRESH PASTEURIZED HOMOGENIZED GRADE A Milk Mary and Kathrine Edson invite you to shop by phone at your friendly Othello Montgomery Ward Catalog store. Montgomery Ward Edson Agency 53 N. 1st Celeste Holm Florist Husband's Special - FloWers for your wife on her birthday. *Office Supplies *Candle Corner *Wedding Invitations *Flowers *Terrarium Plants *Ceramics 830 L Main -Model Cdn-op Loan *Professional clea ers' and shirt service. * 1 hour service *Coinoperated self service Next to Yar ~~-.~,~ N. llth and E. Main 488-3501