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August 8, 1974     The Othello Outlook
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iii HIGH ANGLE ON FIRE - Flames rise from inside the wall on the Kent hay barn as a fireman makes use of a front loader to get a better shot at the fire afternoon. :~ ~.~i ~i~;!i~;~~ ......... MANGLED MESS - This was the scene along the east side of the Kent Farms hay barn just three hours after the fire started about 2 p.m. Thursday. Metal sides of the building were destroyed and beams supporting the structure twisted and damaged by the heat. BUsy FIRE SCENE Frantic activity can be seen m all this w.~ - j " directions in "young firemen" pull hoses out in the foreground. A pumper works at teas n~ue angle look at the massive hay barn on Kent Farms where 400 extreme right as firemen and volunteers spray hoses onto the burning Iroh,~" nay were destroyed by a fire last Thursda afternoon At left a -, .aAdA ~ ~ Y area from atop piles of chopped hay. --,,~r works to "cut off" an undamaged section of baled hay, while Seeking tion House Seat mittee next year. that Congress will remain in Foley said the next Con- session until shortly before the gress will be faced with the Nov. 5 election and this would critical tasks of strengthening make it difficult for me to the nation's economy and spend as much time as I would restoring confidence in the like in the district." institutions of government Foley was first elected to TON, D.C.-Con-Foley expects to have very Congress in 1964 and in 1970 Foley an- little time to conduct a formal he was elected by a majority of Week he is filing campaign in the Fifth District more than 80 per cent. He has to a sixth term because the busy Congres-been a leader in efforts to of Represepta-sionat work schedule is enact campaign reform, agri- expected to keep him in cultural and consumer legis- lawmaker Washington, D.C., during lation. the second much of the next three The Congressman is chair- ~em rofthe months, man of the Agricultural e Committee"I hope to compaign per-Subcommitee on Livestock gress whichsonally in each area of the and Grains. Also, he serves on . ' . . . ' . . :~da~Yn~Le~ d~i;tri~ltyanwdid~sCtTeth;em;~ees lhn~Ht~useHIntesrm~Cm~toTM of the corn-Foley said. "But, it is possible mmittee. f e believe that saving money is one o me / most rewarding experiences life has to / offer. Especially when you save with us and / earn the highest rates any Savings and | Loan can offer. Dr | illigii Besides the H / best service& Jr | interest rates, / also pay / postage if you Jr | prefer to save | I by mail. Next | time you sit iV / down to pay .-. . | your bills, make gl # l the payment I ll I | that doesn't I ll I / hurt.., pay / yourself. Write I I / yourself a check H / -- I l and bring it to I L l I us. We will l l pay you the _ | H interest. (We Ir Percent / ' 4 Year Sav,ngs Cert,f,cate:; | ql ~. ~m. * A substantial interest penalty is required / "5- I 11111 M I I1~ i I~ II I II~ ! on early withdrawals from certificate/ ~a ~rvvq~l~ iVNllUBIIIIVIIB accounts, n / 450 E. Main .~ Othello 488-9601 Wenatchee 700 N. Mission St. Phone 663.7146 BrUnch Offices in Moses Lake Ellensburg Othello Spokane THE OTHELLO OUTLOOK . Pq, 3 i l I FEATURES Size I ~'x~'xlt' cleerspan Closed three sides Engineered Trueass. 12. OC 1 Pressure Treated Poles & Skirtboards 2"x6" Purlins- 2' OC a #2 and better lumber 2"x6" Girts- 2' OC a #2 and better lumber Rainlock Aluminum roof, back, & both n ends. Applied with screw fasteners OlfflON5 Built-in Shop I 30'x24' 12'x10' Sliding Shop Door Walk-in Shop Door w/glass Shop Window w / screen (alurninum) M Shop Floor / concrete Used 9.00 & 10.00 x 20 $45 Some Used Tractor Tires $75 IOlOlolllll a Io iolalolililelililelelililalilalolalalililJt|llOl Truck Tractor, Passenger,i Batteries 1255 S. Broadway.; Supermarket for Cash and Tires Carry, by Campus ,Jantzen Career Club 488-5141! KNIT or SPORT slir leoe eooeeel ieeoeoeooeeeo UX oeeeee Inc. I I i op Ibm d 0edilv Ibas i Wm 116 L i Ill i I II II I I Mann Farah ooeeeeoeeeooee oeeeeeoeoeeooeieeeeeo BOYS WEAR DEPT. 8 THRU 18 III I I