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L ms bla 79 Jan. 11,1968, Monitor, Monroe, Wash., Page Three Military Postal Air Rate Goes Into Effect ' -Cats Look To Action a,r-1-------- ______--1 With Sultan Friday Packages up to 30 pounds for American mtltt- airlift service. The air parcel post rate for ary personnel served by Army and Fleet Post the same package is $8.62: Offices overseas now can be sent by air trans- An eight-pound package going from here to portation at special low rates, Postmaster Will- Frankfort, Germany, costs $3 under the tam Boyes pointed out today, lift service. The air parcel rate is $6.48. "Area residents using this new airlift service Postmaster Boyes pointed out, however, that The Maltby Ladies Aid will meet Thursday, Monroe hoopsters hope to have a full team will get much fasterldelivery on parcels to it is not always to the mailer's advantage to use January 11 at the Fellowship Home. in action when they meet Sultan Friday after military personnetoverseas, '' he said. The the airlift service. On some light packages ****** losing one and winning one over the holidays airlift is offered on a space-available basis air parcel post rates may be lower than the The Russell Ltndseys are adding a new ad- with an injured player out of both games. upon payment of the domestic parcel post sur- airlift charges, dltion to their present home on Broadway. The The last basketball game of the year was on face rate plus a flat one dollar fee. Postal patrons should check with the post new building will contain a living room, kitchen, December 27 when Monroe took a 59-56 loss Packages weighing up to 30 pounds and not office for information on the best way to mail dining area and recreation room in the full to Eastmont in the Snohomish courts, playing \\; more than 60 inches in combined lenh and servicemen overseas, basement, without Larry Otttni. girth qualify for the new special airlift rate, The new airlift service went into effect on ****** Wtth the Meridian game cancelled because the postmaster explained. January 7 authorized under the postal rate bill' Joan Bauer's sister and brother-in-law, Mr. of weather conditions the Bercats waited until Postal patrons can get the airlift service signed into law December 16 by President John- and Mrs. Gale Horn left Wednesday of last week January 5 for their next action, a game with on packages mailed to all military personnel son. for their home in Almena, Wisconsin. They Tolt the Cats took 59-41. Monroe played Tolt at APO and FPO addresses overseas, and in Postmaster Boyes explained that the regular Alaska, Hawaii and Puerto Rico. Postmaster postage on parcels mailed to servicemen over- Boyes noted that the new airlift also applies seas is based on the distance the package is to parcels mailed back to the United States hauled within the United States. No charge by servicemen from these military post of- is made for carring the package between the spent two weeks with the Bauer family. Paul's without the help of Steve Melean, injured in mother, Mrs. Lena Bauer, of Barron, Wtscon- an automobile accident earlier in the day. sin, is visiting her son and family again, be- "The game broke wide open in the third fore leaving for her home. quarter when Jim Armstrong scored 11 points," ****** reported Coach Rod Waddell, who said Arm- U. S. port and the overseas base. rices. Parcels on which the $1 fee is paid get air Until January 7 airlift for parcels to service home and recovering from a recent ill- transportation all the way -- from here to the men overseas was restricted to packages weigh- hess. port of embarkation, and from there to the ing up to five pounds. Upon payment of the overseas base. Postal patrons formerly had to regular parcel post rates, these packages get ****** pay air parcel post rates to get similar set- surface transportation to the port of embarkation Mr. and Mrs. A1 Cohen entertained their vice, Postmaster Boyes said. and are airlifted from there to the overseas friends with a lively party in their home New He said that in many instances the new air- posts on a space available basis. Year's Eve. A traditional roast duck dinner, lift rates are considerably below comparable There is no charge for this partial airlift air parcel post charges. He cited these ex- and overseas parcels weighing up to five pounds amples: will continue to receive this service, Postmaster A mother here sending a 15-pound package Boyes said. to her son in Vietnam pays $3 for the new SLASHED! SPRE0 Matching Glidden SPRED LUSTRE /semi-gloss enamel For kitchens, bathrooms and woodwork Beauty and durability Special pre-Spring bargain on famous We are happy to report Phyllis Lee is strong went on to break his own career record with 23 points. By quarters Monroe led 16-10, 32-25 at the half, 49-31 at the end of the third period be- fore closing Tolt out with the 59-41 score. From the field the Cats shot 26 baskets out of 63 tries for 41 per cent and from the foul line made 7 of 13 shots for 54 per cent. which denotes good luck for the new year, was In the fast moving game Tolt scored with served at midnight. Guests were Mr. and 17 of 51 shots from the field for 34 per cent Mrs. Charles Lloyd and Mr. and Mrs. A1 Alex- and also made 7 of 13 free throws for 54 per andr, neighbors of the Cohens', Phyllis Bre- cent. shear of Maltby. From Everett, Mr. and Mrs. Individual scorers for Monroe, in addition Jerry Mtchelson, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Silver- to Armstrong, were Larry Otttnt, 6; Randy stone, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cohen and Mr. Olson, 10; Miles Mlllbach, 2; Jim Law, 2; and Mrs. Purltn. Tom Gibson, 6; Dennis Kaptein, 2; Jim Blair, ****** 4, and Larry Parkman, 4. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Lane are back at the The Monroe J.V.'s won their fifth straight home base again after a motor trip to Spokane. victory in their 53-31 game with Tolt. Dale They remained a week, visiting their daughter Arrington led the scoring with 14 points and and family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gambtll. Dennis Kaptetn followed with 13. 25 young people and 7 adults welcomed the it t n ' 00e'ep'on new year with a party at the Fellowship Home. e n e r a e Everyone had a good time, while snacks and five cases of pop were consumed! Also present __ dd O n Building were Rev. Blackledge and three sons, Jane TO Weyen, Phyllis and George Lee and Kay and Russell Ltndsay. The party was sponsored by General Telephone Company will construct an the Youth Group of Maltby Congregational Church. addition on its building at Woods and Charles *$**$ The 4-H Roughriders met Friday evening at Street in late 1968, Bob Banks of Marysville, the Meyer Schruder home. Plans for entering company representative, told the Monroe Plan- the coming St. Patrick's Day Parade were dis- ning Commission Monday night. cussed. A movie about seeing eye dogs was Banks made the announcement while request- shown. The boys and girls sent an application ing permission for the company to build a small to get a dog to raise and train, a most interest- generator on the property for use in power ing project. Their leaders, Tom Dougherty, failure emergencies. Nelson Havens and Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Schrud- No details of the building addition were out- er would like more boys from 12 to 18to lined and Banks requested building ordinance Join the Roughriders. Anyone interested may information for the company. In the request to install a 45-Watt generator call one of the folks In charge of the group. Banks said tt would be noiseless and used only ;: MaltbyCommunity Club!met, at the,hall Fr!- in: eTn'gnie, except for an hQtr each weel ,i day night, with 13 present. The members plan to enter a float in the St. Patrick's Day Parade, with the following members on the parade com- mittee: Opal Helfrtch, Phyllis Breshears and Charlene Jacobsen. Phyllis served the re- freshments for the meeting. ****** Diane Nelson, of Snohomtsh, and her fiance, Ellis Hagen of Maltby were guests of honor at a pre-weddtng party, at the home of Phyllis Bresheare last Sunday night. Many young friends of the couple were served a beautifully decorat- ed cake and refreshments. Their wedding is planned for January 13, at the Zion Lutheran Church in Snohomish. Valleyites Named for purposes of maintenance. It was noted that as currently zones, half of the company's property is classed commercial and half multiple residence. Following a suggestion by Talbot Wegg, plan- ning consultant, Mrs. Margaret Bakke moved to adopt a resolution recommending that as soon as the freeze on rezones is lifted, General Telephone be granted a rezone so that all of the property is zoned commercial. Planners gave their unanimous vote to the resolution. Aliens Asked To Report Addresses Donald Herne Passes Several valley students of Startup and Vtkki $ Easy to wash received honors for Knol of Duvall. They rtct director, Immtg- high scholarship at the were among 47 stu- ration and Naturallza- Funeral services were I ATY WA II OAIMT Colors match Spred Satin end of fall quarter at dents receiving high Lion Service, advised held here Saturday LH [] aa-4Nk IIHm-ai- IHIlll f i 95 Everett Commlmity honors, today that every alien afternoon for Donald College. Among the 123 others in the United States is L. Herne, 53, Route 2, Ready mixed colors cover in one coat. . I Named to the honor named to the honor required by law to re- who died early January 'F  Qt. roll with high honors roll were Gay Guptill, port his address to the 4 after a brief illness. 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Enamel.foranywhereon R.g. s2.99 White & Colors LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF HEARING OF PETITION FOR ANNEXATION OF UNICORPORATED AREA TO CITY OF MONROE exceptions were dip- was born in New Hamp- lomats and foreign shire on May 3, 1914. representatives of He served with the certain international Coast Guard during organizations such as World War II and too- the United Nations. ved to Monroe 13 years Boyd stated that cards ago. for making the address He leaves his wife, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a petition for annexation of report can be obtained Sarah; two daughters. an unincorporated area to the City of Monroe, SnohomishCounty, from any post office Mrs. Janst Whttley o State of Washington, has been filed with the City Council of the or office of the Ira- Seattle and Miss Laura said City of Monroe, petitioning for the annexation of the follow- migration and Natural- Herne at home, and one ing describcd area to the said City of Monroe, SnohomishCounty, izatton Service during grandchild. State of Washington: NE 1/4 SECTION 6 TOWNSHIP 27 PNGE 7 RT5- TH PTN E 112 GOV LOT 2 LY S PAVED RD & N OF CALHOUN RD- CO SURVEY 2223- LESS TH PTN LY E BEG SE COR SD LOT TH N 117 ' 20" W ALG E LN SD LOT 149.39' TH S 66029'23" W ALG C/L CALHOUN RD22.39' TO TPB THN 20 20' 00"W TO SLYMGN SUL'MON RD LESS TH PTN E 1/2 GOVT LOT 2 LY S OF SUL'MON RD  W FDL BAAP ON --1" IELEPHONi ,o o4oo,. ROADSHOW TEST SLNSDLOT THN85053 24 E'/7127 FR COR THOF RT'9B TH PTN SW 1/4 NE 1/4 LY NLY CALHOUN RD & S OF N LN SD SW 1/4 NE 1/4 LY E FDL BAAP ON N LN SW 1/4 NE 1/4 I O ! . N 85 53 24 E 771.27 FRNW CORTHOES 1500 ' E " A hearing will be held on said petition on January 24, 1968, at the hour of 8 p.m. in the Council Chambers at the City Hall the month of January. Services in the chapel He added that nonctt- of Purdy & Kerr Fun- tzens who wilfully fail eral Home were fol- to make the required lowed by burial in the address report could be Monroe IOOF Ceme- subject to serious pen- tery. alties. in Monroe. Washington, at which time and place any interested persons may appear and voice approval or disapproval of the proposed annexaon. The expense of publication and posting of this notice is borne by the signers of the petition. DATED this 2? day of December, 1967 Is/ANN FRANCIS City Clerk Published: January 12, 1968 00,ii'00ili!i! ii0000!ii00 ..... .... THE NIILId'H (:OP, FOKAllON PKSt';NTS JULIE ANDREWS.MAX VON SYDOW'RICHARD HARRIS ILodge 2.15-Adults 2.00-Child(under 12) $1.00 \