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October 31, 1974     The Othello Outlook
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Page 2 - 01HELLO, WAgflN61"ON, THE OTHELLO OUTLOOK THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1974 e OLYMPIA- From Nov. 15 through Mar. 15 the Wash- ington State Department of Highways will close 22 of its 37 major rest areas for reasons of economy. The four-month closure has Spokane River rest area and information center on In- terstate 90 near the Idaho State line: two at Selah Creek, north ,)f Yakima on Interstate 82; Chamberlin Lake, west of I,yle on St/he Route 14; Nason been brought about by the ('reek. north of I,eavenworth lack of available funds, and on U.S. 2; Quincy Vadey, west the resultant need by the ,ff Quincy on State Route 28; Department of Highways to Vernita rest area on State redirect available money to Rout(, 24; Bh/e Lake, south of more critical maintenance Coulee City on State Route lT: requirements. This is a Te!ford, west of Davenport on c0st-saving technique used by [ .S. 2: and Horn School. near the Maintenance Division to conserve funds, to conserve Rosalia on U.S. 195. Indian energy, by using the money John Hill east of Cle Ehm; for road surface repair and two at Rye Grass east of maintenance of those road Ellensburg; two at Sprague facilities that contribute more Lake: and the Hatton Coulee to the safety of highway rest area east of Othello on users, officials explain. State Route 26. Al~,ut $'83,000 this fiscal Tcm- o--men" year will come as a result of dosing the rest areas. Most of the Department's Office Now major rest areas are located on Interstate highways and are in t't_z: generally spaced, about 30 uperanon minutes driving time apart. The closure of the 22 stops will Job seekers and employers lengthen the distance and in the Othello area now have travel time between those rest an employment service, ac- stops remaining open, but cording to Howard Nauru of motorists are reminded that off-highway conveniences are available in cities and towns along the highway routes. Restroom buildings.will be locked up, directional signs covered, and access ramps to and from the rest areas barricaded. Highway Depart- ment maintenance personnel and Washington State Patrol- men will patrol the closed areas daily to prevent any unauthorized parking or van- dalism. the Washington State Em- ployment ~ecurity Dept.. Moses lake. Until other arrangements can be made, the Othello employ ment office will lbe36 located in the fire station. South Broadway. "'In the past, we have had a seasonal agricultural place- ment service in Othello, but now we are trying to provide job matching services year- around to all employers and job seekers," Nanto said. The two Othello staff Central and eastern Wash- members, Dick Ross and ington rest stops to be closed Adrian Moroles, will be include the two at Winchester working in cooperation with Wasteway, twoatSchrag, two the Moses Lake office. They at Granite Lake and the will assist applicants find suitable work and help the" Nothing Missing employers fill vacancies by referring those applicants. A break-in reported Sunday "We are a public agency so at the Sprouse Reitz store is there is no fee charge for our under investigation here by services," Nanto stressed. Othello Police. Until other facilities can be Chief I,ew Johnson said a located, the Othello office will hold was cut in a fiber glass not provide Unemployment window in the rear of the Compensation services. Ap- building. The burglary was plicants for unemployment BIRTHDAY SURPRISE FOR MAYOR - Troop 801 ll-year-old Boy Scouts were scheduled for an interview on city business with Mayor Lyall Mens last Thursday, but instead showed up with a special birthday surprise for the mayor The mayor blows out a candle on his "cake" as Pat Eves, Craig Stoker, Danny Haws, Norman Ball and Cory Whittle look on The Scouts, along with leader Sylvia Gearheart, learned about city business from the mayor and then attended police court. Early returns to the Alter- n~ltives for Washington St:~tement of Preference - ~howed good response from the' public, AFW chairman Edward B. Lindaman re- [..'ted this week. The Statement of Pre- fer,'nre is being widely distributed throughout the qate. "We hope for 200,000 rt,sponses ~ind the way the ,lU,'Stjonnairt.s are coming in, x~, now believe that this is n.t o~(,rly optimistic," said l,iKldaman I,indaman and Gov- (,rnor Dan Evans appeared on ;t statewide telethon Tuesday ~,v~,ning and both nen said they were extremely im- i~resst,d I))" the questions from Washington State citi "~l'h(, qut'stions indicated g~.d understanding of what Alternatives- for Washington i~ all about and a commitment b~ I)articipation in planning The state's future," said "l'h,, Statement of Pre- l'~,r~'n('~, in tabloid form has been distributed through daily n(.wspapers and ad- diti[)nal copies are available at city halls, coutl I~ouses, County offices, and mosi libraries. The pre-stam dressed forms can out and returned month of Novem additional copies mation write Altert Washington, 312 Seattle 98109, or ca[ 1800-552-7108. Property Investigation is into a hit and damage accident curred here last according to Officers safd struck the fire h corner of 4th and about 6 p.m. and away. The incid reported by Mary of 302 S. 4th. Extensive ported to the fire the Jones reside~ Officers said small the vehicle were scene. NOV. 7-8-9 A UNIVERSAL PICTURE [] TECHNICOLOR~ PLUS JOHN WAYNE The Cowboys NOV. 14-15-16 :COLOR NOV 10-11-12 ROBERT REDFORD IN NOV. 17-18-19 TECHNICOLOR" PRINTS BY DE LUXE' THUR-FI .. his last performarce i! TECHNICOLOR e A BBYANSTON PtCTUBE~ PLUS Chinese THUR-FRI: Dragon - 7:30-11 Chinese - 9:15 SATURDAY Dragon - Chinese- 8:45 SU BEST Pit OF THE WINNER ACAO[llt reported at 10:46 a.m. on insurance should continue to NOV 21-22-23-24-25 Strnday by manager Larry contact the Moses Lake Office, a ..... , .... .......... : A Double Feature For The Whole Family by Wednesday of this week. th,'ough Friday. e let are Mark Beth=an, Todd Paris, Marlene Kenner and Jadde Snyder. L KRAKATOA Donohue Asks mr l,lcense Term Change For ChamberSet , * Program II IllE WORLD BECAUSE OF THE " NOVEMBER aNt UInHT nulv GODFATHER WILL )~,..n....Hubert Donohpe objecting to these, word years or mort,. He said this legislator said he agreed with Football and queens will be . "" " ......... v""" 0NE TIME ONLY ! tl) 9th l)tst ) t(may requestea b~ing prommenuy stampeo involves the issuance o ....... ~'-~--: .... ~ ..... ~- ........ "~" ..... - t.___ !he State Gj~me Department on the f,~'e of the !K'enses, I0,000 licenses in thi~ ct~: ~,ga~i~nUonf Cl~';t la~Ys~enI~ n'Txtt"~'~;n'es~:;Ur~or Jq " vmlltlP I laqUA -II li EVENIN6.,= SUNDAY, n= ~o rt muvt tne woros "tree n,na~or uonontre sate. gory each year *.~.-.~-~ ~,- ---~ .... -~:,~ular hi-mon*h|v ! .... he,, A ~a[gTAgULAR WONOB1 OF NATURE! men - /uc - and "Resident Oldsters hsh- "It goes w,thout saying,' In a letter" to Director .":,",~i.'~:~a~,~'..,c,,u~.'".s',h~; ma~finlr~fth~()th'rt~lt~'~h'~w'~ NOV 28-29-30 SATURD ing I,icense" on licenses "Senator Donohue told State Crouse the 9th District ,"~"~'~,.~v~'-=~*~~.~i=:;,:,::'~,."~ b"er-of'Co~mn~ercV~ ...... v ..... granted to citizens 70 years Game Director Carl Crouse, ' ' ~,",~'.'~,~'",-,...'~,~,~'a"~,-,'~..~'~"~'r"~ .q du|,ut k." ann ......... ano OlOer. people el senior citizen .............. ~ ~ in of the permit, are Othello Hushe football I(IMId WAYMF l ne cnairman of the ~enate statusIn our societynave ,, ............ /nvraa Hnld I would apprecmte very Coach Glenn Weltz. who will I~~ ~'--'"" ----'"--" I King K waysano means~ommtttee earn,o every respect we may .~--jl,--vv. ,,v,. m,,,.h ......... id.,......~*discuss the team's unbeaten- [l~,~ ~~l~mlt~tt "E;;;p( said the terms are objection- grant them. ~/*'1. w ' I " *h;~"'~-,,"*'~'," ~'"~"~-~-"~",,~ season and entrv into the state able to himself and'those "In this particular instance, (.11111 PPPd ~'hL"~,~'h'L~,,:Lo~T~2 olavoffs a -" flihdh ~ UNIBSTAII$ receiving the license, most of these people have ........ vv~. tl~'ese vafue'd"rne'ml~er~'o~f'our ~lana Beus, ndhy~li di'seuss "Complaints '~have been~aid taxes and bought fishing A chili feed for qJa-cees ........ re-ara'i ' " ~ " " made tomebysentorctt,zens [icense.s throughout their their wives and friend~was :~de~Y'his~e~a~tr thJ:~:u: Pthe~tat~e~nSi~/Mne:;:g;Ynt~n H~ ~ t 2:00 P _ . years _as resloents 0t ~ne held Saturday evening at the Director January. :i~?i~!~!~;~!::~~i" (_gJ ~'.._ ..... state, lit seems disrespeetzul home of Pat Pearson; with .......... -- Also planned is a. short !~'(~!!i~!iiili!!i!iiiiiiii~ili ! COMING ATTRACTION ~Oll OUlVt// tOrelaxattonmStSt tnat a narOof such earneafiscal Bruce Jones assisting as The National 4-H Service discussion on the retail sales i! i: ONE NIGHT ONLY u~* t t . ~: ._ . co-chairman of the event. Committee, Chicago, provides promotion planning for the support ne accompantel by - Following supper, Tripoli re r rv" . - coming year Work p g am se zces, mformatlon Lead e r public identification of their and other table =ames were "resident ~' ..... = . -- age status and the fact that played'" ~ services, publishes National an~nvitationltomai~Y~e~S:s~:~ ::ii..:..:.::.::::.::, Wednesday, November 6th Is AaooJntad they, are receiving a gratis Gathered were Mr. and 4-HNews magazine and oper- persons to attend the no-host ~ ,TF serv,ee. _ , L Mrs. D.T. Bigham and Mr. ates a supply service offering event set for noon, Nov. 6, at ~ ROSE MAD ........ Senator Dononue noted and Mrs. Paul Eide, both some 1450 4H emblemized Freddie's Restaurant. i)OX Appointment el a new SOil that the ~egislature proviaea Moses Lake- Mr and Mrs " "We are =,-bart~i ..... survey party leader for for the free heenses forLarr'M ....... s ........ ]ems .... ~ :~ AMERICA'S ME)ST COLORFUL ENTERTAIN . y a==aun, zvxr. anu Mrs. " . . . new year ano are hoping IOr USDA soft Conservation Ser, sports fishing to those 70 Richard Jackson, Mr and 4-H and sunflar orgamza, lots of narticination from the vice work being completed in years or older @ho had been u__ r,:_,. .......... " ..... tionsare thrivin" " o~ .... ~ '- .... .... .......... ~,,ra.t,x=r, evney, anuneme s ....= ousmess eommumty at tne R CH brant county was announces resioents us tne state tor xu Norton count-;o~ o-'~u-n *~- ...... ~-~meetin#s" L"da said ti'hs week. - ...o =.. ,,,. t.~ wu.u. a , : Herman Gentry will re- . - , . i l .... l_ it ..