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ii: U 6 - The Arlington TIMES - Wed., Jan. 26, 1983 By Paul Johnson Arlington High School's boys basketball team turned themselves around winning two games this past week, after dropping three games the previous week. The Eagles knocked off the Sedro-Wool- ley Cubs, b2-54, on Tuesday, Jan. 18, and dropped Stanwood, 61-40, on Friday. The two wins upped the team's league record to 6-4, placing them in sole possession of the fourth spot in the Northwest AA League, the final play-off spot. Tuesday, l~ick McBride dominated the inside game, scoring 27 points and blocking 12 shots as the Eagles came from a two point half-time deficite to overcome the Cubs. McBride also held Sedro's Brian Beitler to only eight points, compared to the 23 points he scored against the Eagles in the team's last meeting. McBride was assisted by Darren Carlson, who added 11 points, and Tim Richard, who collected 10 assists and five steals in the game. Friday. the Eagles doubled the output of Stanwood's Spartans in the first half on the strength of even scoring and team defense. In the second half. Stanwood's Matt Peterson got hot, but his individual performance of 17 points couldn't over- come the even Eagle attack. Steve Kuhnle led the Eagles with 17 Eagle scorecard January l8 Arlington 62, Sedro-Woolley 54 Art.17 13 16 16 62 SW 18 14 10 12 54 Leading Scorers -- A - McBride 27, D. Carlson 11 SW - Eastman 21, Davis 8 January21 Arlington 61, Stanwood 40 A- Ii 17 14 19 bl S- 8 6 10 16 40 Leading Scorers -- A- Kuhnle 15, D. Carlson 1 S- Paterson 17, Telford 10 1, Richard II in Snohomish County PUD and Clallam County PUD last week filed a lawsuit against the Bonneville Power Administra- tion (BPA) for its role in the plan to build the Washington Public Power Supply System's plants 4 and S. The joint suit~ filed with the-U.$. Court ~f Ctaims in W~shington, ~.. asks for ~lamages that~,~tl~'~b6' in e~c~sOf $F billion for actions relating to BPA's involvement in the two terminated nuclear plants. These damages resulted from BPA's breach of the power sales contract that was in effect between the two utilities and the federal agency. The suit alleges that BPA breached the power sales contract when it entered into subsequent contracts with aluminum companies. According to the suit, these obligations created a shortage of power within the region and, as a result, forced the PUDs to build plants 4 and 5. Because the PUDs have a property right to low-cost hydro power through prefer- ence rights in the power sales contracts, the sale of that power also constituted an unlawful taking of property from the PUDs, according to the suit. Further. the PUDs claim that they continue to be damaged by the actions of BPA through the payment of purchased power costs that are substantially higher as a result of the need to build the thermal resources that were needed to supply the aluminum companies. The PUDs also allege that BPA, by developing load forecasts projecting sub- stantial power shortages and by making threats of issuing the Notices of Insuffici- ency, forced the PUDs to sign the Participants Agreement for construction of plants 4 and 5. In exchange, according to the suit. BPA promised the PUDs that they would purchase the output of the two plants, they would seek congressional legislation authorizing BPA to acquire plants 4 and 5, and they would regionalize the "dry hole" risk of the two nuclear projects. BPA failed to perform these tasks, the suit claims. Finally, the lawsuit says that BPA failed in its duty to oversee and supervise the construction of WPPSS plants 1, 2 and 3, which resulted in an increase in the construction costs of the three projects and a delay in construction schedules, creating tremendous demands upon the municipal bond market. As a result, the PUDs say that this breach of oversight duties caused BPA's wholesale rates to be increased and. because of the saturation in the bond market, caused WPPSS to terminate plants 4 and S. Quality-Safety First--It Pays To Buy The Best! 139 N. Olympic. 435-2116 III points and ! 2 rebounds, while Carlson and play. They will have to face all three teams Richard each added 11. Richard againwhich are above them in the standings: guided the offense by adding ten assists. Be!lingham (q-0). Sehome (8-2) and Ana- With six games remaining the Eagles cortes (8-2). This week the Eagle cagers will have to work hard to retain their will play only one game at Ferndale on fourth spot and play-off hopes in league Tuesday. S'I~EVE KUHNLE (42) lays the ball into the basket as Rich Elsberry (44) and a pair o! Stanwood defenders look on. Kuhnle led the Eagles to a 61-40 victory over the Spartans, scoring 15 points and grabbing 12 rebounds along the way. The win puts the Eagles record up to 6-4 in Northwest AA League play. placing them in the fourth spot. if they can hold that position through six more games they will advance to the district tournament. Paul Johnson photo SPECIAL! WOODSTOVE & FIREPLACE Arlington VFW Hall Saturday January 29 ~ 9 a.m. - 4 CEDAR CHAPEL BAZAAR For Information 435-9745 lPl I, imiim SUBSCRIBE TO P.O. Box 67, Arlington, Wash. 98223 . $9.50 In Snohomish County - $12.00 Out of County $13,50 foreign - $6.50 Military $5.00 Senior Citizens 0. s.m , cut,.. l i62 lure & older) Name : t II lii II i ii II City ! State New Renew From llmm~llllll~mmlJ; P The Arlington Strikers playing in the Washington State Soccer League's 4th division proved the road holds no terrors for them as they traveled to Seattle for the second time in three weeks and came home with their 2nd win, a 4-2 victory over the Jilly's East soccer team. They now stand at 2 wins and a lone loss for the winter season. As in every match this season the Strikers scored first and early when in the 18th minute left-wing Rick Love placed an excellently taken corner-kick directly in front of the opposing goal. Darryl Peterson. up from his center-back posi- tion, out leaped the defenders to head the ball into the net. Although once again playing on an unfamiliar syn-trax surface, the Strikers clearly dominated the first half and could easily have had additional goals as severall long drives and lofted shots went just wide or high. When starting goalie Mike Randall was injured in the 2Sth minute (a knee injury that allowed him to later return to action), brother Mark came on in reserve and played strongly to preserve the halftime shutout. Early in the 2nd half the Strikers EvCC graduates The following students completed their studies at Everett Community College at the end of fall quarter and received associate degrees. From Arlington: Wendelyn Davenport, Diane Dietz, Michael Evans, Norman Gregory. Anne Hanika. Deborah Klitz and Deann Van Winkle. extended their lead to 2-0 off a free kick Winger Love put the awarded following attacking-halfbacks with his third goal of John Purtteman being taken down by a taking a rebound off of the charge from behind by one of the Seattle It was a quite physical players. Taking the kick, wing-back Don local team giving every Niklason fairly ripped a 4S-yard shot received and perhaps even through the opponent's defense and past a Five cautions were stunned keeper into the goal. "Whitey" Craig, with The Seattle side fought back and Tim Teague, John Speed, tightened the match when they scored 10 Graves each receiving one, minutes later off an indirect free kick from developing maturity as a within the penalty box. Keeper Randall as they accepted the had no chance to make the save as the ball retaliated with good was simply muscled through the goal line goals, not with hacks or wall. too often seen. It was a Attacking-half John Speed scored what and victory in every sense. proved to be the eventually game winner The team returns home in the 67th minute when he alertly with a 10 a.m. match at pounced on a loose ball and drilled it home Airport field against the from close range, local fans wishing to see Jilly's East attempted to get back into rate soccer are invited to the game when they scored their second watch what should be an goal with a soft chip-shot over a leaping contest. keeper. ATONEMENT LUTHERAN CHURCH Newest AFLC Church On The West CoaM TEMPORARY LOCATION: Stillaguamish Valley Pioneer Hall on 67th Avenue MORNING BIBLE STUDY, 10 A./W. WORSHIP SERVICE, 11A.M. PASTOR RICHARD ANDERSON -- 334-19-11,334-5672 MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATION OF FREE LUTHERAN CONGREGATIONS L FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 5th & French, Arlington PASTOR : Gary Radmacher SUNDAY SCHOOL ................... 9:45 a.m. SUNDAY MORNING WORSHIP ..... 11:00 a.m. SUNDAY EVENING SERVICE ....... 6:30 p.m. All WelcOme CHRISTIAN FAMILY OF GOD 13600 BIk., Jordan Rd., Granite Falli Non-denominational- Full Gospel- PASTORS: Clyde 8, Lola Christensen SUNDAY SCHOOL .................. 10:( SUNDAY MORNING WORSHIP ..... 11:( THURSDAY BIBLE STUDY for Adults plus Royal Rangers & Rangerettes .... IMMACULATE CONCEPTION CATHOLIC CHURCH 512 E. 3rd St., Arlington, 435-2349 SATURDAY EVENING MASS ........ 5:00 p.m. SUNDAY MASS SERVICES 8:30 a.m. & 10:30 a.m. PASTOR : Oliver Duggan ST. JOHN MARY VIANNEY CATHOLIC CHURCH Darrington SUNDAY MASS ..................... 10:30 a.m. OUR SAVIOUR'S LUTHERAN 615 E. Highland Dr., Arlington, Pastor: Emery Rohde EDUCATION for all ages ............. SUNDAY WORSHI P SERVICE ...... 9 & 1 HOLY COMMUNION ......... 1st & 3rd LUTHER LEAGUE .... 1st & 3rd Sundays, ARLINGTON ASSEMBLY OF GOD 2nd & Stillaguamish, Arlington, 435-2094 PASTOR: M.B. Oelgatty CHURCH SCHOOL... ................. 9:45 a.m. WORSHIP HOUR .................... 10:50 a.m. WORSHIP & INSPIRATION .......... "6:30 p;m. WEDNESDAY, Family Night ......... 7:00 p.m. WOMEN'S MINISTRIES (}st& 3rd Thurs.). 10:00 a.m. Cable TVChannel6 Sunday, 9prn., Monoav, 9O m , Thursday. 8p m . FrtOay, 10gin FREE METHODIST CHURCH 730 E. Highland Dr., Arlington, 15AS'I=OR : Erie W. Wirth WORSHIP SERVICE & SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE. WEDNESDAY, Family Night, all ages ............................... & ARLINGTON UNITED CHURCH 4th & McLeod( 435-3259 PASTOR : Pau-I-L. Walker SUNDAY CHURCH SCHOOL .......... 9:30 a.m. SUNDAY WORSHI P SERVICE ....... 11:00 a.m. TH U RSDAY MEN'S PRAYE R GROU P.., 6 a.m. Wednesday Middle School Youth ..... 5-6:30 p.m. Friday Senior High Prayer Breakfast.. 6:45 a.m. SMOKEY POINT CHURCH Meeting at the Stillaguamish Senior Cef 18308 35th Ave. NE, Arlington SUNDAY BIBLE STUDY ............. 9:: SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE ...... 10 SUNDAY EVENING SERVICE ....... WEDNESDAY, Bible Study ........... 7: For information, call 435-9866 BURN ROAD BIBLE CHURCH 13810 Burn Road, Arlington Ephesians 2:8 9 "For by grace are ye saved through fa,th: and mat not of yourselves ~t:sthegiflofGoOnololworks, testany man should boast ' PASTOR: Ray Leonard, 69]-6863 or 435-8764 SUNDAY SCHOOL .................. 10:00 a.m. SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE ...... 11:00 a.m. Prayer & Bible Study Wednesday ...... 7:00 p.m. YOUTH OUT-REACH THURSDAY CHURCH OF GOD OF PROPHECY 230 East Burke, Arlington, 435-8630 PASTOR. Michael Mathis, bUNDAY b(. HOOL .......... 10:1 SUNDAY WORSHIP ................. ~l SUNDAY EVENING WORSHIP ...... 7 WEDNESDAY - Young People's Service FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST 4th & Dunham, Arlington SUNDAY SCHOOL .................. 11:00 a.m. SUNDAY WORSHIP HOUR .......... 11:00 a.m. WEDNESDAY TESTIMONY MEETING. 8 p.m. Child Care You are lovingly invited OSO COMMUNITY CHAPEL 22318 Hwy. 530 - Oso - 435-9663 PASTOR : David Hovik SUNDAY SCHOOL .................. SU N DAY WORSH I P .................. 11 WEDNESDAY BIBLE STUDY ........ 7 Nursery Provided SUNDAY EVENING, 6 p.m. (children's SMOKEY POINT COMMUNITY CHURCH (Christian & Missionary Alliance) 17721 35th Ave. N E, Arlington, 659-2844 PASTOR: Michael S. Gower EARLY WORSHIP SERVICE ......... 8:25a.m. SUNDAY SCHOOL ................... 9:45 a.m. SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE ...... 11:00 a.m. SUNDAY EVENING SERVICE ....... 6i30 p.m. WEDNESDAY Prayer& Bible Study ...... 7:00 p.m. SISCO HEIGHTS COMMUNITY 15029 McEIroy Road, Arlington, PASTOR: Darcy E. Haisley FIRST SERVICE ..................... ADULT & YOUTH BIBLE CLASSES.. SECOND SERVICE .................. 11 PRE-SERVICE PRAYER. EVENING SERVICE ....... .......... P.M. Strvil~. Aduil Bibl! clair SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST FAITH LUTHERAN CHURCH Burke & Talcott, Arlington 1424 172nd Street NE- Lakewood - 652-8013 PASTOR : Mike Edge SABBATH SCHOOL .................. PASTOR : David Herwick SATU R DAY CH U RCH ............... I 1 SUNDAY WORSHI P SERVICE ........ 10:30 a.m, SUNDAY SCHOOL ................... 9:00 a.m. Pastor's Phone 435-8305- Church Phone: All are welcome! YlCTORIA CHAPEL (Bryant Grange Hall) PASTOR: Larry Haylett, 4 15-9363 SUNDAY SCHOOL ................... 9:45 a,m. SUNDAY MORNING WORSHIP ..... 11:00 a.m. SUNDAY EVENING ................. 6:00 p.m. BIBLE STUDY & JUNIOR CHOIR .... 5:00 p.m. BETHEL CHAPEL 4V2 mi. east of Bryant on Grandview PASTOR: Richard L. Baxter SUNDAY SCHOOL ................. . SUNDAY MORNING WORSHIP ..... 11 Pastor's Phone: 435-2970