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Page 4 OTHELLO, WASHINGTON THE OTHELLO OUTLOOK THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1974 si" o We will welcome all identifying information, corrections which ~rIlll have to offer for pictures appearing in this column. Just call The Outlook 488-334~|1 ,--|| Gladys Para 488-2812. The pictures are provided by the Museum and Arts Society Mrs." Para providing the text. ,~e0 By ROBERT CUMMINGS Continued Session Concept Bothered Little by Re-election Campaigns land++ managvment pernlit for an~ kind of construction an~,where in the valley from thv Cascade Mountains to the licit l'eSt Ill OU n t.;.t i n range tO th(, east. As a result, the Senate lqcology Committee, htqt(]ed bv Nat Washington, lqphrata, had planned to i'('i'!HlHllt'nd remt.diaI legis- lathm in this area. But John t+i~s+ ectdog3 director, told "WashitH, ton it wasn't the int('nt of the dt, F~artlllent t6 TEN YEARS AGO October 29, 1964 The Othello City Council tabled a proposed burning barrel ordinance and set plans for stricter enforcement of garbage and alley sanitation regulations in the city here Monday night after over 50 residents appeared at an "informal hearing" to voice opposition to eliminating burning barrels. The city' officials' action came after an hour session in which the5' heard remarks from city residents on the matter and were given a report by C.D. Fuller, Moses l,ake, garbage contractor, on his firm's feeling on the action. )k*****~$**Ik* Construction of another new church in Othello officially got ut:derway here last Sunday as members of the First Baptist church conducted groundbreaking ceremonies for their new building here. Church officials reported that the new building will be constructed at 135 South 7th :it the location of the present church. The new structure will be built at an estimated cost of $10,000 with members furn- ishing volunteer labor. More than 2,800 acres of sugar beets began moving onto the gigantic beet dump at the American Crystal Sugar company site north of ',)thelh)'s city limits on Oct. 20, when unlimited digging FIFTEEN YEARS AGO October 29, 1959 Nearly 700 Othello rural and city voters approved the $3,50,000 school bond issue to build additional classrooms and a $110,000 municipal bond issue to build a swimming pool. I,atest official count from the office of the city clerk and school clerk tabulates 695 votes cast for the school bond. 616 were for the school bond and 78 ,aere against. There was one void vote. 384 votes were needed to validate the election. Passage of the school bond will make it possible to construct the six additonal classroon~s at ttiawatha and a library', offices and additional classrooms at the high school. According to superintendent Wallace Blore, the school board plans t