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Section @ ?IA-The appoint- Senate, he will offer a Senator Hubert steadying and constructive }-Dayton) as chair- ]mportent Senate Means Committee this week by John A. Cher- the Senate. who represents. district of is a part, was eplace Sen. Martin uah as the I. Donohue session as vice to Durkan, who is re-election. high praise making the to have this to appoint a man ue's abilities of this critically , committee," Cher- 'As a dedicated and member of the influence on the deliberations of the Senate Ways and Means Committee." Cherberg called Donohue one of the state's most outstanding public officials, and said he is completely dedicated to this position of chairman of the Senate Ways and Means Committee. "He will offer fiscal re- sponsibility as a capable and courageous chairman; he is very much his own man, takes a totally non-political approach to state financial policy; and will work toward the best interests of all our citizens," Cherberg added. "I am sure the entire Senate will be happy to confirm Sen. Dono- hue's appointment". Patrol Unmarked on Road week in he Washington began issuing 20 medium-size Patrol .brightly colored ISSued throughout in an effort to the flagrant and to evaluate the of medium-size Patrol type Patrol Chief Will said these high- viii work on main state an effort of curb who consis- obviously ignore them by limit, and in apprehend any "halo" quickly the presence of a car. factor in the the medium-size evaluate their the variety of roadways Patrol faces lington State. is concerned )ped by an ear, he within his car, vindows locked, officer," Bachof- -~ troppers patrol- new unmarked will be uni- easily indenLifi- :of unmarked cars to be unfair, as if rcement was some ~ame," the Chief ope all motorists ~Y element of play , driving resvonsi- that they" will respond to traffic , s ~ke of their own ~a~ of the threat of a a,:y Phacts Bill 'Bethmann I've been told have a Just how this kind of A series of t ,injections is ill protect you *r several years, a tetanus-type a toxoid booster g.o on to give Immunity. In E fact, this pro- ~tection is so I tire it has been |known as the | Perfect immuni- I zation. During ! all of World War I II only four cases |of tetanus were knOwn among ,~c, ~o~the almost three ~"~tll~ ~':medwho had been ~,lAT~ i~ra replete series of -- '" | Ill/mk~ha~'~itlnlzation s alon I , "~ter g ~~ s shot at time of ~--M '~Ul['~o~~h Ustain ed. Even I~[ il ~ ~.~ , there are man Ut" ~~t'Prtected bv th~ It' ~ tire :- .r "fli ,~i~aQ us victims ~-- of t~aen OCCur in any "-- a hl "u in earth, dust "nneeessary $~l~bl' ~.~~h, ere at Othello .,~ e re asked "Do e!ogan .. The tl o S _because right ~~l~xa~,~ Health to we re The e PeOple Come THURSDAY, AUGUST 8, 1974 PUD Urges Pole C/earing EPHRATA-A number of power poles damaged by grass or weed fires have posed the threat of an interruption of service during this critical time of the irrigation season, Grant County Public Utility District officials reported this week. "Good cleanup around power poles and other electri- cal equipment is beneficial to farmers and us," said Jerry Burke, PUD distribution sup- erintendent. "However, with our heavy work load of meeting customers' requests for electric service, we have not been able to keep these areas weed and brush free. "We are asking for your help to keep areas around poles, ground mounted transformers and other electrical equipment clear. If you're burning stubble or clearing weeds be especially careful ARM CUT C LB. BANQUET Light Bulbs Notebook Paper 200 Count 6 $1.00 Dial Anti Perspirant $L19 Chee Folders Dak Salami ]2 OZ. Oral B Tooth Brushes 2 for 79C for Dak Chopped Ham Steno Books Hoyle Play/rig Cards Ponds Angel Sk/n 1 pound Woodbury Bath Soap for 3 29C Reg. $1.19 ," :r i!:i ",':: CeUoph ::,: ane .:,: :"5 Day Deodorant Pads 2 59C ::iii YARGERS NEW HOURS 8 to 10 WEEKDAYS NOON to 8 SUNDAYS 2 for 27C $1.09 Size BEEF 69 DIANE TORTILLAS 3/89 1 DOZEN PAK BUDDIG SLICED MEATS 2/89 REO. SSc EA. BREAKFAST SAUSAGE 89 BY PASCO PACK 2 LB. 29 OZ. TIN 3 BAG -- _. BOX ........ 07. TIN CHEERIOS CEREAL 00z 59 NALLEYS MUSTARD QUART 49 PINEAPPLE DOLE, 20 OZ. 2/89 APPLESAUCE STOKELY i5 OZ. 3/$1 CELLO PACK 1 LB. PINTS -~--Z-:-Z-Z--_-- Z-~------UZZZ----- U -_ :Z---U:2 -_: : -_2