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10—THE DAILY NEWS gpH Angeles, Wo§h., Thorsdoy, June 9, 1977 Briefly OThere... State may lose funds WASHINGTON (AP) - Washington state may lose almost $8 million In federal Medicaid money received in fiscal 1975 because the state failed to comply with federal standards for monitoring care in nursing homes, officials say. A spokesman for Region X of the Department of Health, Education and Welfare said Wednesday payments of $7,771,000 may be challenged. And here The Earl Gillespie Memorial scholarships given to Cindy Lancaster and Tammy Gitchel, both of Sequim High School, are sponsored by Clallam County granges, not Sequim Prairie Grange as published Tuesday from information given to The Daily News. In a Wednesday story, Bill Roden of Joyce is incorrectly quoted as saying most country residents would oppose a Port Angeles oil port. What Roden actually said is that he believes most residents of Clallam County would support construction of an oil port in Port Angeles. Paving on highway, Ridge set Paving began this morning on one Highway 101 Job and the Olympic National Park has plans and specifications ready for a highway project within the park. Under construction on the highway now is the first phase of a project which eventually will see four lanes extended from the Deer Park Road intersection east to Fairview. The major part of the project was the elimination of the Bagley Creek curve. The second phase of the job will be the construction of the other two lanes on the south side of the present highway. Local highway officials are hopeful that can be done next year, but it will depend on when funds become available. Operations Chief Sherman Knight of Olympic National Park estimated it will take about 10 days to put new one-inch asphalt surface on the Hurricane Ridge Road from the tunnels to the summit of the Ridge. The job also includes resurfacing the lodge parking lot. Plans and specifications are ready. Knight said the bidding should be completed and the successful contractor ready to go on the job by mid-July. Stacks of diplomas awaited presentation to the 341 Port L ° ri Slehofer ' one of High Scholastic, special honors Students get school awards Thirty-eight Port Angeles students received medalions at graduation ceremonies Wednesday night for maintaining a 3.5 grade average or higher during four years of high school. They were Robert AUman HI, Lynne Anderson, Randy Anderson, Penny Becker, Kris Brophy, Peggy Bunnell, Mary Chamberlain, Lori Childress, Mark Eshom, Darcy Fitzpatrick, Elaine Frymire. Todd Green, Viola Hall, Kathryn Hopfner, Kim Hughes, Brian Jacobs, Kathleen Kennedy, Joan Lawry, Tonah Lotzgesell, Brenda Maloney, Laura Matson, Linda Matz, Steve C. McDannel, Mary Miller, Rita Miller, Jeffrey Montroy, Craig Ranta, Leslie Reed, John Ruddell, Rebecca Schermer, Sheryl Schilke, Daniel Shoeman, Julie Skinner, Kathryn Somers, Deborah Thornton, David Welch, Lynn Wiggins and Kevin Wright. Special honors in music, business, trade and industry, art, and home and family life went to Lynette Bradley, Dennis J. Edgington, Miss Frymire, Scott Granlund, Eric Grier, Sheryl Hansen, Michele Henderson, Elizabeth Homer, Kerry Kennedy, Curtis Rodocker, Colin Konopaski, Randy Lemon, Cheryl Little, Nola Porterfield, Ranta, Jonathan Rice, Gale Romerein, Arthur Royce, Miss Schermer, Lori Simonson, Miss Skinner, Lori Slehofer, Linda Spillane, Melissa Trivich and Wright. The complete list of graduates is: Tanya Sue Abken, Linda S. Allen, William E. Allen, Robert Moss Allman III, Mary Lea Amundson, John Graham Anderson, Lynne Margaret Anderson, Randy S. Anderson, Cheryl Lee Andrew, Randy A. Angevine, wn P B - S a ?u y ' T ° nya Marle Baile y' Warn " William Balch, Timothy D. Balser, Linda M Barnett, Penny Sue Becker, Terry W. Bell Angellyn Rae Bennett. Marit E. Betzvog, Heather A. Beutler Kathy V. Blagdon, Thomas Allen Blomberg, Barbara Jane Bobzien, Glen Kevin Bokamper, Charlie Joe Boni, Bryan C. Boorcn, Kelli Mari Bourm, Lynette Renee Bradley, Debbie Kay Breitbach, Brian Keith Briggs, Kris Brophy, Dale Edward Brown, Michael Scott Brown, Peggy Sue Bunnell, Tom J. Bush, Harold James Bushman Deborah Ann Byers, Deborah Campbell, Elisc Marie Camporini, Ron L. Carter, Pat A Casad, Mary Ellen Chamberlain, Tone H. Chapman, Frances Gaye Charles, Lori Kay Childress, Steven Douglas Cole, Scott T Collins, Debra Ann Constant, Jamie Renee Cooke, Daren Jay Cooper, Gary A. Cooper, Phyllis Jean Graver, Ronald Eric Craver, Wands Ann Creelman, Minnie Jeanette Crocker, Janice Alene Crook, Robert C. Crowder. Deborah Louise Cudd, John L. Culp John Allen Currie. Pearl A. Currington, Cory A. Curtis, Jennifer Marie Dahl, Rebecca Jane Daman, Daniel K. Davidson, Lynn Marie Davidson, Gregory A. Deeney, Tina A Dcese, Robert H. Denier, Michelle Joy Dennis, Lori Ann Dickinson, Dawn Rochelle Dillcy, Johnella Montice Doane, Jan Aileen Dryke. Thomas William Duce, Dennis J Edgington, Susan Elizabeth Edmiston, Ellen E. Edsall, Dana L. Elkhart, Myra N. Enckson, Sidney Ellsworth Erickson Jr Bonnie Sue Erkenbrack, Mark DuWayne Eshom, Larry Rand Estes, Susan Lee Evans, Sherri Lynn Felton, Darcy Jo Fitzpatrick Tom Wayne Floyd, Deborah Ann Ford, Richard W. Fox, Kevin Allan French, Ben Allen Fromuth, Elaine Leann Frymire, Paul Adam Galgano. Gail Garber, Ruth Annette Gibbs, John LeRoy Gilbertson, Jeannette L. Gloor, Dorinda Lynn Glover, Andrew Jay Gormley, Richard James Gott, Robert James Grail, Scott Anthony Granlund, Dave Kirk Grauberger, Todd Robert Green, Gale Marie Greene, Erick K. Grier, Mary Sue Groshong, Michael E. Groshong, Gary Alven Gross, Jay Jon Hagaman, Nancy Lynn Hagberg, Timothy Scott Haggerty, James Timothy Hagucwood. Viola Jayc Hall, Dawnajo Haller, Linda Sue Hankins, Sheryl Rae Hansen, Gregory Alan Hare, Lisa Jayne Barrel Deese, Linda Jean Haugstad, John M. Hayduk, Jack F Heckman, Michele M. Henderson, Ronald D Hendricks, Ilene B. Hennings, Richard S. Hesselman, Julie Lynne Hilken, Dean Derrick Hill, Tim H. Hill, Janette Kae Hillgren, Vicki Lynn Hilt. . John Eric Holm, Rena Marie Holman, Roy LaMont Holman, Richard Jay Hoover, Kathryn Ann Hopfner, Elizabeth A. Horner, Carol L. Horstman, Freda E. Houk, Barney M. Hren, Kim Marie Hughes, Forrest Noah Hurley, Kenneth Robert Irving, Karen Mae Irwin, Cassandra Florinda Iverson, Brian Neal Jacobs, Jayne Elizabeth Jacobs, Dusty Lynn Jaquins, Kris Johansen, John Raymond Johnson. Russ Johnson, Sharon Kay Johnson, Trisha Joanne Johnson, Dwayne D. Jones, Kathleen Adair Kennedy, Kerry Joan Kennedy, Ray Gene Kerschner, Kimberly Ann Kidd, Kimberly Ann Kish, Lynne Marie Klock, Debbie Knudson, Robert Knudson, Paul M Kochanek, Colin David Konopaski, Karl Jerome Lamb, Donna Elaine Lausche, Guy E. Lawrence, Joan Therese Lawry, Neil William Legg, Randy Lemon. Thomas Harvey Leonard, Lorri J. Lester, William Andrew Lindstrom, Cheryl Ann Little, Tonah Leigh Lotzgesell, Dixon E Lowe, Holly Marie Lukey, Flinton Lee Macomber, Michael Jack Madison, Daniel Casey Mahaney, .Brenda Joan Maloney, Karen E. Marcoux, Sheila J. Marks, Laura Jean Matson, Linda Louise Matz, Terri Lynn McCabe. Steve C. McDannel, Charles Harris McDougald, Jerry B. McLeod, Julia Ann McNeece, Donna Rae Medley, Walter Thomas Meek, Diana Lynn Meier, Susan Park chief wants public help P aolrina fni* ttuKlin u«i n :_ r» j < • While asking for public help in solving problems facing Olympic National Park, Jim Coleman, the one- month park superintendent, outlined two preliminary goals for park management before Rotarians Wednesday. The two aims are: —To seek more ways to make the park available to visitors and residents of the Peninsula. —To be more responsive to park users and people who live on the Heart attack kills man while driving George J. Matriotti, 64, Sequim Rt. 3, apparently died of a heart attack while driving north on Heath Road, three miles west of Sequim at 9:20 a.m. Wednesday, according to the Washington State Patrol. Matriotti was found dead behind the wheel of his vehicle which was stopped by fencing east of the highway. His body was transported from the scene by ambulance, and funeral arrangements are pending at Sequim Valley Chapel. Peninsula. These goals are part of the objectives spelled out under federal law governing the National Park Service, Coleman said. An update on some of the issues facing the park also was offered by the new park superintendent. On the plan to reintroduce wolves into the park, he noted the park's master plan says this idea should be explored and that's what is being done. However the answer on wolves is nowhere near he said. More study is needed. On the demolition of backcountry shelters, he said the park is reviewing its initial decision to get rid of the shelters. Action has been suspended until the review is complete. Public hearings on the matter are planned for late summer or early fall, Coleman said. A decision is expected by Dec 1 On the building of a Lake Crescent bypass, he said the park favors such a plan and assured the audience access and use of Lake Crescent would not be reduced by the construction of a bypass. Coleman also said the park is not sure how to solve the problem of allowing visitors to bathe in the mineral water while keeping the water itself up to federal health standards. The park has asked the U.S. Geological Survey to try to find enough spring water in the area so that the bathing pool can be filled and emptied in shorter periods. That might be a solution, the park superintendent said. On the goats overpopulating an area of the park, he said the park is studying the effects of the animals on the ecology, but he doubts the goats could be completely removed from the park even if found desirable. On the possibility of increased use of Hurricane Ridge for skiing, he said he was sure the park would look on expansion of skiing with favor as long as it could be done without hurting the area's ecology. Thur$,. $vn, Speed! Elizabeth Mertz, Mary Jane Miller, Rita D. Miller, Debby Elain Mitchell, Susan Marie Mitchell, Rick R. Money, Jeffrey Joel Montroy, Robert Glenn Moon, Rebecca Ann Moore. Shawn Wearc Morehead, James Craig Morgan, Colleen Ann Moriarty, Colin P. Morrison, Lori Ann Morrison, Debra Ann Morter, Richard John Movius, Craig Donavan Munkeby, Teresa DeLeon Nanez, Barbara Marie Neal, Greg R. Nebert, Linda E. Neece, Thomas M. Neer, Richard A. Neske, Tammie Lynn Nevins, Teresa Marie Newgard, Kimberly Jae Nicholson, Lisa Marie Olsen, Heidi Ann Olson Maureen Elizabeth Olson, Ron O. Olson, Brian A. Oman, Michael T. Onodera, Dale W Parks, Rick Lee Parr, Sue Robin Parr, Donald Eugene Parrish, Brenda Gail Partridge, Ann Marie Pazan, Gerald T. Petersen, Jeffery Kip Petersen, Jeffery W. Pettigrew, Dan A. Pfleger, Brodie A. Phifer, / Ardys L. Pierce,. De.wey Pouts, Nola Lee ,. Porterfield, Donna Marie Postma, Denise Jean Potter. Jonathon D. Powell, Lissa Farran Purtteman, Tricia Quackenbush, Craig Steven Ranta, Linda K. Rasore, George Rebelos, Leslie Kay Reed, Kenneth William Reynolds, Jonathan Neil Rice, Tamara Lorraine Richards, Terry Lynn Riddle, Kori John Ripley, Milton R. Roberts Jr., Allan Trent Robinson, Curtis E. Rodocker, Gale Ann Romerein, Craig Victor Ronish. Charles Leon Rooney, Teresa Sondya Rose, Richard Stewart Ross, Arthur M. Royce, John Mark Ruddell, Russell A. Runnion, Linda Presler Sage, Rebecca Lee Schermer, Sheryl Elaine Schilke, June G. Schille, John A. Schreckengust, James Richard Seward, Randall Allen Sexton, David Allen Shideler, Daniel Andre Shoeman, Lynda Lee Shuman Kelly Karen Siebel, Brett Michael Simon, Lori Lynn Simonson, Matthew Martin Skerbeck, Julie Ann Skinner. Andrew Paul Slack, Lori Jill Slehofer, Dale Lynn Smith, Melissa A. Smith, Paul B. Smith, Regina Lynn Smith, Stan R. Smith, Thomas Francis Smith, Cynthia Anne Sofie, Kathryn Elaine Somers, Kent Allen Sommerfeld, Tom E. Spears, Robert Phillip Spence, Linda Jean Spillane, Cyndi A. Springer, Jean Marie Staudenraus, Linda Stewart Neal, Tracey Sulis. Chris D. Swegle, George B. Symonds, Brian Patrick Teel, Laura Diane Thacker, Jan Edward Thanem, Kathleen Marie Thompson, Gregory Bruce Thomsen, Deborah Kay Thornton, Jeffrey Scott Throop; Alison M. Tickner, Sheryl Marie Tikka, Tonya Elaine Tinkham, Melissa lyone Trivich, Chris Allen Trudeau, William Edward Tuckett, Joanna R. Ulin, Lori Rae Vigoren. Brett David Waldroo., Eileen J. Wallace, Janis K. Waltenburg, Curtis Robin Ward, Stephen John Wasnock, Julie Ann Watkins, Steven Earl Waugaman, David Lawrence Welch, Gerald Lee Whattam, John Eric Whitman, Bart William Widman, Lynn Marie Wiggins, Thomas D. Wilkins, Mark Derek Williams, Nancy Renee Williams, Aleta Louise Wilson, Chad Wilson, Cheryl Ann Wilson, Kenneth Ray Wininger, David Steven Woodside, Karen Beatrice Wright, Kevin Arthur Wright, Edwin R. York, Tom Lee Young, Michael A. Zimmer. Slash burns scheduled between Peninsula cities Areas of slash in logged-off areas between Port Angeles and Sequim were scheduled to be burned today and Friday, Don Miller of the state Department of Natural Resources announced. You are invited to attend OPEN HOUSE at 228 E. Lauridsen Blvd. Port Angeles, WA. Sunday, June 12th 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Dr. Wm. E. Gr<iy & Staff Our own pickled FRYING MEATS Dungeness Oyster Farm Wfc at Dungenesi Boat Haven *» 683-4496 - IAS , T Ny«ni«r MiN presents their weekly SPECIAL FISH 'n CHIPS loll of (ilk I* our »•• fffei. '•NtkMttr $ I • :]|JMil '^ifIJ'j UST-lnwiirllill NEST-CrmZlH 1$l-m9 4S7-7M1 Review of land plan beginning By SHERIDAN FAHNESTOCK The Clallam County Planning Commission has begun reviewing the proposed new county comprehensive plan in the light of public coments made at hearings and in writing. The meeting Wednesday afternoon was continued until Monday when it will resume at 7 p.m. in the county courthouse. At that time the plan's open lands and rural centers sections will be discussed. The meetings are open to the public. The commission Wednesday considered suggestions ranging from a reorganization of the entire plan to rewriting the open lands section to emphasize protection of the best agricultural land. A number of suggestions were made by Ken Sweeney, county planning director. They included: —Eliminating the industrial designations at Carlsborg, on Highway 112 west of the Elwha River, and on the north side of the Miller Peninsula. —Including national forest lands, including private inholdings, in the forest designation. -Changing the 60 acres in the overall Monterra subdivision plan from open to rural. —Designating Middle Point at Clallam Bay and the half-mile of shoreline east of Whiskey Creek as conservation areas because of unstable soil conditions. -Designating the Eclipse Timber, Peninsula Timber and M&R log yards along Highway 101 as heavy industrial. —Rewriting the rural center industrial policy and the industrial land use goal to make their intents clearer. —Changing the open space land policy from discouraging parcel sizes of less than 5 acres in prime agricultural areas to discouraging parcels of less than 10 acres. Added to the policy would be this statement: "Development of lands other than prime agricultural will be based on certain criteria, including hydrology, geology, soil conditions and surrounding land use." —Elimination of the forest land policies requiring maintenance of watercourses in their natural condition for 200 feet on either side and requiring review of forest practices applications to determine proposed, logging operations wouldn't be detrimental. —Eliminating the proposed highway bypass of Sequim through Happy Valley. , , -Changing Taylor Boulevard from a ma jor arterial road to a collector road. In regard to designating the national forest and private inholdings as forest land, commission member Larry Hull said that in many locations development is already more intense than the five-acre minimum included in the forest classification. Hull suggested the plan allow residential land use up to a half mile from Highway 101 in such forest areas. The county planning staff was asked to research the amount of legal influence a comprehensive plan has on highway location and expansion and to determine what acreage of forest is an economical unit to log. The answer to Waterfront: Carrier, new to port, /eaves A bulk carrier new to the Port of Port Angeles joined the ship lineup Tuesday when the Wakatake Maru docked at the south berth to start loading logs. The Mammoth Fir, which had been loading at the south dolphins, completed loading and the lashing down started in preparation for sailing later today. The Sammi I is loading at the north berth. Over at the M&R Timber Lumber Dock, a Sause Brothers barge is being loaded with lumber for shipment to Los Angeles. Part of the cargo is coming from Allen Logging's mill on the Hoh River south of Forks. LINCOLN THf ATfK 457-7W fciOfffetOiMsMS ShowtiMM: tut TyCM« 7:00 * 10:55/ TktevM f ,OS _ . WthuikepMm tonwkemiqiDM^diMinoaaKtrae. ANO MMLO CMUES THOMAS SODW THIEVES Pretty maids All In A Row the latter question might bring an increase in the minimum parcel sue In the forest designation. The commissioners discussed possible tradeoffs in the plan — allowing more development in what had been identified as open lands, particularly around Sequim, and increasing the minimum lot size for the best agricultural soils, Class II and irrigated Class III. Commission member Pete Lowrnan said the state's requirement that property be taxed on its potential "highest and best use" is the greatest deterrent to successful land use planning. He said the plan should call for work by the county towards a legislative change in the law, to tax on current use, and for the county assessor to consider the plan, and the zoning which will implement it, in making assessment decisions. Members agreed the county must provide detailed information ranging from current land uses to water availability as a basis for determining how growth should best be guided. Member John Webb suggested that to meet the requests of Forks area residents for more area for residential use that forest lands be made available for residential use, depending on land characteristics and suitability for logging. In the service Navy Aviation Structural Mechanic Airman Apprentice Kevin R Michelsen, son of Mr. and Mrs. O.D. Michelsen of Fort Worden State Park Port Townsend, is on an extended deployment in the Western Pacific. n Deaths and services ROBERT J.ESTEP Robert J. Estep, 44, Sequim Rt. 4, Box 866, died today in Sequim of natural causes. Arrangements are pending at Sequim Valley Chapel, , JUUUSGOET2 Julius Goetz, 63, Dominion Terrace, died today in Sequim. Arrangement! are pending at Sequim Valley Chapel. PAID IMIMMXIMI PERSONALS CARD OF THANKS Our sincere thanks to all th« friends and relatives for the food, flowers and your many kind expressions of sympathy shown ut in our recent loss. A special thanks to Mr. Paul Conner, Dr. Senz, the Medical Staff at Memorial Hospital, the Sequim Nursing Home, the VFW Ladies Auxiliary and the Garden Club: Your kindness is truly appreciated. Leo Stipe Mr. S Mrs. Chris Gill John Thompson and family Jerry Thompson and family Bonnie Gilbertson & family Perry Stipe BIG OIL DEAL ON SMALL FISHING MERCS BUY A MERC 4.5,7.5, 9.8 or 20 HP GET A CASE OF QUICKSILVER OIL FREE $20 Value HURRY! OFFER ENDS JUNE 30 CUP THIS AD AND BRING IT * IN TO: < WHOTY'S 7|4f.Hrft