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THE OTHELLO OUTLOOK - Pnge 9 false reasoning.' Eastern small towns, becomes buried legislator said, "but, this, too, is industries in the state, and the FOP CITIZENS - These McFarland Junior High students re named school citizenship award winners for the past months during an assembly held last Thursday. From in front are Mark Feyder, Kirk Bunch, Lupe Garza, Martinez and Randy Roylance. Standing are Charlene Rosengrant, Brian Peters, Molly Para, Mark Kasinger, Kerry Beus, Gaylene Kent, Angle Gardner, Tally Hernandez, Valerie Kent and Lynne Preuninger. Not present for the picture was Becky Johnson. 'Line: Use OLYMPIA - State Repre- sentative E.G. "Pat" Patter- son, R-9th District, is urging citizens in this area to make use of a toll-free telephone line to Olympia during the special session. The Right-To-Know Public Information System will be staffed from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. BIRD CACHE FOUND - Wildlife Agent Jerry Limon looks over a pile of game birds on Monday in a drain ditch near the city water tower on 14th. Three hen pheasants II ducks were in the ditch with most of them "breated". Limon said the persons violated pheasant season laws, wasteage regulations and litter laws. He said leads are being checked out in the case. Limon urged local residents to help such waste of local game. OLYMPIA- Senator Hubert Governor." Donohue (D-9th Dist.) said "We have enough control of today a proposal by King the state from Seattle and County Assessor Harley Hop- King County, as it is, without pe to reduce the Senate to 21 buying this scheme which members "would leave East- would pare the representation ern Washington out in the cold for the rural areas down to in state government forever." almost nothing," Senator "Mr. Hoppe says this willDonohue said. reduce the cost of state "As it is, anything affecting government," the 9th District agriculture, one of our major Washington would have only under the interests of the six members of the Senate, legislators from the metro- under this wild proposal, while politan areas." 15 members, mostly from Senator Donohue said sig- Seattle and King County, ners of the Hoppe initiative would give the West side of "had better think twice before the state perpetual control, they eliminate their voice in "Those Senators remaining, the halls of state government in an effort to serve their and the Legislature." greatly increased constitu- ency would have to have home area offices and a staff of employees to do their job properly. Cost would be much higher than for the citizen- legislature we now enjoy." Senator Donohue termed Hoppe's initiative to reduce the size of the Legislature, "as ,an opening gun in King County's effort to elect him .Area Students On EWSC Roll CHENEY An Othello student at Eastern Washing- ton State College, Ginger M. Damon, received perfect all-A grades and with seven other Othello students has been named to the EWSC fall quarter honor roll. Miss Damon, daughter of Mike Damon, 501 S. Fifth, is a graduate of Othello High School and is a senior majoring in sociology at EWSC. Other Othello students on the EWSC honor roll include James C. Boley, Cheryl A. Crawford, Virginia H. Elking- ton, Teresa A. Hurliman, Allen R. Matsushita, Howard L. Owens and Shirley G. Sargent. Christie E. Ewing, George, Monday through Friday while and Michael K. Ferguson, the Legilsature is in special RoyalCity, were also named to session, Rep. Patterson said. the EWSC honor roll. Citizens can call 1-800- 562-6000 to leave messages for Bureau Fills legislators, request informa- tion on bills or state their pre- Person nel Job ferences on pending legisla- tion, he said. ~'EPHRATA-Mark H.~Lowe "Though it is not technically has been named Columbia possible to talk directly to the Basin Project Personnel Of- legislator on the 'hot line'," ficer according to John S. Rep. Patterson said, "mes- Unbewust, Manager of the sages for the legislator can be Bureau of Reclamation Pro- left with the operator and they ject. He succeeds Mr. E.W. will be delivered promptly." Arnold, who retired recently. The Public Information Lowe is a native of New System was first installed in Haven, Ill., and attended 1972 and since then thousands Evansville College in Evans- of telephone calls have been villa, Ind. He served in the taken from the general public Army from 1941 to 1945. He throughout the state, started his career with the A computer terminal in- Bureau of Reclamation in 1946 stalled at the "hot line" office in the Personnel Office at allows the operator to obtain Coulee Dam and transferred up-dated information on all to Ephrata in 1954. Since that pending legislation during the time he has been in charge of session, recruitment, employee utili- Representative Patterson zation, and employee relations said he hopes interested citi- and services. zens will use the facility during As Personnel Officer, Lowe the special session which con- will direct the total personnel vaned Monday. program of the Columbia :-_---_------_---:-_---:-_-- -- ---~.~ Basin Project. BUSINESS AND PROFESSION AL n BRim i mimlnunn ~mii Rliig g ill State Repre- duced by the Legislature i "Pat" Patterson, during this special session. District, joined other ican members of thewayTUesday'Sfor finalaCtincommitteePaVes the THURSDAY, JAN, 17, 1974 Tuesday in urging the deliveration and early floor | Eastern Star and Means Revenue " -~ debatein theHouse to give the / Library Board . -. ~ . tteee to schedule early Senate ample time during the [ Business & Professional '~..ID ion on three major tax cut s, which have been held in short special session to act on i Women's Club I DIEI$ ;yance since the regular the three measures. i Rotary Club [ I[-RESTAU~ANT g "The Inventory Tax is an | FRIDAY, JAN. 18, 1974 sion last year. unfair tax which taxes the in- | Othello Orthopedic ! Downlown Othello ['he measures are House Bill ability of merchants to move | Au,xilary i Visit the which would remove the their merchandise and is a | SATURDAY, JAN. 19,1974 [ LOTUS ROOM es tax from prescription deterrent to a healthy busi- lgs; riouse Bill 386, which ness climate in the State of -~ Nothing uld phase out the business Washington,,, Rep. Patterson | SUNDAY, JAN. 20, 1974 I~m p entory tax and House Bill said following Tuesday's brief / Attend the Church I" rgent Ibm I, to reduce the Washington session. / Of Your Choice Lteounce.liquor tax by two cents Most of the tax cut bills 1 & Inigaion which have been introduced | Jaycees !n remarks preceding un-' since January of 1973 had been pus passage of the / Lion's Club Distributor I=o'r on, it was noted that the held off pending citizen action 1 Masonic Lodge on the state income tax issue. WADE-Rb,IN ~nors proposed $277.9- With that question now re- | Rebekah Lodge ~a SUpPtemental budget solved, Republican legislators | Key Club Irrigation Equipment oom Ior tax cuts and there today urged that first priority 1 Boy Scout Troop # 805 t be additional leeway if be given the tax cut leg|s- / Boy Scout Troop # 806 Pump Sales proposed budget is re- lation. TUESDAY, JAN. 22. 1974 & Equipm- e-n- , IAC!~'S BARGAIN BARN Kiwanis Club h GOOD FARMER . :: H~8-9953" '" V.F.W. Auxilary "1"155~: BroacNva~y" Wash. Association i of Retarded Children :{ Eagles ~" to grow a new hi protein feed crop for WEDNESDAY, ~AN. 23,19/4 = , L_~ .... Wanta Be Homemakers "iS wh';t ~OU -el m ~eed & seed. You must be a good farmer FIE i~-' J* Chamber ofCommerce ~ /v~-I! I ~ have 20 acres of good land to qualify- ~ Iq,;lal0 o.fouow, .= .... :, zaz E 0.00 cash investment required. I "- " " "' " "" " ~ Ilent earning potential, i : 1400 On Your. ers m; @l RUSSELL W. 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