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The Othello Outlook
Othello, Washington
October 31, 1974     The Othello Outlook
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to treat a smooth - 111 JilL 111./41~1 Vl lilL ~,.VLUPlUlA DA3111 noted that the VOL. XXV NO. 44 of the swimming ........................................................................................... both recreational team, can best be ~f] by a lie and recreation or ,..v )ct ona THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1914 complete remodeling includ- increase for"-(l~e~-proper~y the ballot will be for a state lottery, restriction of the ing a new roof, carpeting and owners, governor's veto power and additional doors in the west "The object of the project is cutting state voting residency wing. Expansion of the ~o improve the educational requirements to just 30 days. atmosphere for students who will be attending the school for Absentee ballots for per- sons unable to get to the polls the next 20 to 25 years,' he on Tuesday may be obtained added. "Better lighting, heat- by writing or calling the ing and generally better county auditor's office in learning conditions are very Ritzy ...... i ~-~7~: ~i:.!?i emmren unuer xz. even more severe than onesituat{on to eoatlnue for widering the req~ of -o-~ :~,, Production crew members which hampered retail buai- severat more weelm, retail customers, ' Andersotl include Lloyd Kottwitz and ness operation last summer. ' said. "We are on an allotment Steven Jelmberg, set con- Othello banks reported R~tkmimgfte~ sytrtem now." struction; Jean Lear),, as- Wednesday,~hat the situation Webb eroded that ~tb sisted by Charlotte Butler, has ,become extemely acute som,e of tKe higtmr vohmm ! The,: bankers urged re Wilma Dainard, Nancy Bliss during the past three weeks, meat retail tmsinesses needing sidents to get out and Roberta Gertlar, stage while they have been able to from $~for~ $25 a w~ in-banks or decoration; Patricia Snyder get almost no new issues of the ' ~'.and Cynthia )ro-. one cent