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November 7, 1974     The Othello Outlook
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THE OTHELLO OUTLOOK - Page S OTHELLO, WASHINGTON THURSDAY, NOVEMBER Z, 1974 increases in Therefore it is essential, in Ltion pumpingload on this age of material and Public Utility equipment shortages, for cus- s electrical distribu- tamers anticipating changing sYStem are expected or adding tc their electric D for the 1975 irrigation load, irrigation, residential or December and then be dis- ht persed to farms throughout H o st s 5 o u 9 the z,ation to study specia- lized fields of agriculture in For Japanese on-the-farm jobs. During the weekend of Ag St d ts Nov 8-10 the Japanese u e. students will be guests in the homes of families in the Columbia Basin area. Persons said Tom Wendt, farmstead, to make early MOSES LAKE- A class of who would like t host one or of System and Power contact with your local PUD Japanese agricultural traine- more trainees for a weekend "These increasesoffice so your needs can be es, 111 strong, will return to should contact Mrs. Sam result both of newengineered, the necessarythe Big Bend Community Willard, who is in charge of g brought under materials ordered and your College campus next week-arrangements, at 765-8919. irrigation and thework scheduled for corn- end to resume classroom Arrangements may also be education in conversational made by phoning Janet of irrigation moth- pletion according to yourEnglish and an overview of Blackburn at 765-7821. more automated needs," Wendt advised. American agriculture. Host families should pick sprinkler irrigation The trainees, who spent up their guests on Friday, reported on the Alternative two months on thecampus in Nov. 8 between3and5 p.m. early summer, have been at the North Union Building of pumping load A~I, ,-ICUi~' working in Pacific Northwest on the North Campus. The vhile forecasting the i1~ r ure harvest fields for threestudents should be returned of anticipated ad- load on the~ S iO,~et months. The will be on to the campus by8 p.m. on system, es n campus, during Novembr and Sunday, Nov. 10. to We|dr, the an increase of ELLENSBURG - A three- day Northwest Conference on ~ for each of the three Alternative Agriculture, 1969 to 1971. In dealing with resource-con- went up to 7,949 serving farming methods, will a big jump in open on the Central Washing- 17,029 horsepower ton State College campus pumping being Nov 21. the system. The free, public sessions electric system will include a series of total connected load of workshops covering such top- horsepower of ics as agricultural techni-ques, pumping by the endenvironmental protection, irrigation season,energy sources, land reform 1974 the PUD has and planning and alternative Our |owed pr|ced 25"d|agonai 22,570 additional marketing, fund console Sy|vanJa GToMaUC'iT of pumping load, A number of speakers from electricity to throughout the Northwest for irrigation will present specific views on agriculture and modern reported that society. the PUD is The opening address of the 253 of the circularNov. 21-23 conference will be systems, with the delivered by Wilson Clark, an : concentrations onenvironmentalist and author MuLe Slope, which is of .the book "Energy for ;loped by the U.S. Survival: An Alternative to as part Extinction." His speech will ~lumbia Basin Project, be at 1 p.m. Thrusday, Nov. the Sand Wells area21 in Samuelson Union Build- M,~ .... ~ ;eorge and Moses ing. ~.,~L.~ private de- The conference keynote have 18,760 acres address will be given at 8:30 irrigated by p.m. Thursday by Richard t from wells. Merrill, biologist from New service to all these Alchemy Institute West. customers, while Author of "Radical Agricul- attention to other lure," Merrill will speak in t FIRSTtrueSelt-ml|usttngcelorlot. Sion throughout the McConnell Auditorium. vo~,.,.y ....... ,,.,,, ...................... .,,..~, has required we A special demonstration ,;~.,,~,,,,~,,,,,,,,,,.~,,~ ........ ,,,,~,h, our line con- operation of a "complimen- eD~-LItoWctumtul~lh..... oerhlack rnatrl~ :~nd exccHet~t brlghtll~ fur ~ ~harp and service crews tary" energy system will be ~o,o~, ........ contractors' carried on by conference too%l~lld-lneN for txctRet, t long-term Wendt stated, delegated during ther three i~,~.~,l,.,y.,,dlo, po~. ................ hasn't been any days. A wind charger, fiat Wendt said. "Even plate solar collector and 1OO% F:INANCIN(3 harvest is underwaymethane digestor will be set our construction up on the campus outside to meet customers' Samuelson Union Building for for electrical faci- a continuous program of new irrigation sys-energy collection from wind, cellars, storage sun and waste burning. 441 S. 1Oth 488-2130 and new homes will ~ ~ busy this fall, and into next gnificant system are often re- increase capacity to power lines and in addition to the facilities to al customer. Ir' fforts .... ....... .... 4-Hers BALSAM CONDITIONINQ ,.,. EYEL0 meeting of Refreshes and the SHAMPOO WITH PROTEIN EYE LOTION Livestock Club, held Leaves hair soft, cleanlgOZ. cleanses tired eyes. In the home of Jim and shiny...without ~aonies won by mem- stripping it of its herdmanship at the natural protective oils. ' Fair was voted in the club's for future projects. the meeting, club relaxed at a Hal- with bobbing for pang and hit Competing in pop- (~ e~Z~ COLD ~lth refreshments ob ~ popcorn, candies SORE LOTto cider "~ OUIIOOS ............... were Debbie and~.~/@ TOOTHPASTE !,.:.:=. Relieves discomforts c~ lam(~ Susie Collins, REGULAR removes food particles from hard-to- ,,~ ..... .. of cold sores. nd Mark Egbert, reach places .......... , I~ OZ. ~ry Dillinger, Paul FLUORIDE protects, brightens teeth. Leaves mouth I "' .... a,Debbie Smith and feeling fresh & clean. ). , ,z. and Justin BRIGHTENER, used regularly, helps to renew natural brightness of teeth by removing most chaperones were stains from teeth. Collins, Mrs .............. and Mrs. Ray ab leader. ~.~/~ Fungi-Rex Is HanD red Soothing, medicated foot care products MINUTEMAN ~nt ceremonies that fight fungus infection and relieve MULTIPLE last Friday, for itching and scaling of athlete's foot. "Dick" Shoup at Force Station Spray 4oz. Powder 2oz. Ointmeld VITAMINS Mess. A multi-vitamin tours in , supplement for Alaska and your growing to spending the kids. Fruit- s at Othello. _ flavoredchewable P, originally from n,~ ,~,nv~n~_ _l.. t, ..... tablets make _ , plans to live in III I ~ --------/~'~--I--sC~V.K.e.a--I'~Pray | them easy and /It 39 IIF- - UEC)DOKANI5 l fun to take. ql l I!1 ,..o.., ! Plastic container ~ i A V E ,,, '- .11 is reuseable as III ItY whenemp , me, ~II~S "" $SO II | ~~/'~;; ......... I Cherry-flavored R~ular I il ........ ..... i tablets fortified Ii 1"= ,.,. J with|ron! 98 QR MORE I Iron ON YOUR I tO & FIRE iURANCE INSURANCE I I IIII J 1 Native of Kansas / LB. SAVE 30 LB. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITY CHOICE-BEEF LB. SAVE 50 LB. I II II HEINZ KEG BOTTLE 32 OZ. SAVE 30 I IVORY KING SIZE SAVE 44 HALEY'S 15 OZ. TIN FOR SAVE 50 CASCADE ELECTRIC 35 OZ. SAVE 26 EMERALD 1 LB. PKG. SAVE 40 DEL MONTE 16 OZ. FOR SAVE 46 HALEY'S AND 30 OZ. TIN TEXAS PINK EACH SAVE I0 AA LARGE DOZ. SAVE 20 LARGE SLICING LB. SAVE 34 LB. i i i~ i