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Page Four, Monitor, Monroe, Wash., Feb. 1,1968 ,| Couple To Wed Miss Nancy Dorothy Borlin, daughter of Al- lan Borltn of Sumac Drive and the late Mrs. Borlin, is engaged to Gerald Allan Fessen- den, son of Mrs. Lydia Fessenden of West Main Street and Earl V. Fess- enden of Tacoma. The couple graduated from Monroe High School. Miss Borlin will graduate from Cen- tral Washington State College in March where she is majoring in bust- ness administration. Her fiance is employed in Enumclaw. No wedding date has been set. Miss Nancy Borlin -- Gerald Fessenden Slide Program On Japan Given Research Club Colored slides of Ja- pan were shown mem- bers of the Research Club by Mrs. Leonard Meldahl and Mrs. Ern- est Righetti when the club met January 23 in the home of Mrs. Harry Bayly. Luncheon was served to Miss Blanche Shan- nahan and the Mes- dames Ernest Walter, Roy Wiley, Charles Woosley, Roy Tycer, Guy Streeter, Ben Lunt- ey, L.A. Keech, Carl Cummings and Walter Wilson. Mrs. Tycer will be hostess for the next meeting at 1 p.m., Feb- ruary 27. \\;'alleyites Seek Freeholde, (From Page I) department Executive Committee. Roy L. Warnock: Owner-Manager Velrob Mfg. Co., and Lake Stevens Marine. Retired Assistant Chief Everett Fire Department. Act- ive civic affairs. President Washington State Council of Fire Fighters six years. Legis- lative consultant three sessions. Educated Ken- newick High School, Washington State Univer- sity and that greatest of all institutions, the school of experience which includes raising three fine daughters. G. W. (Bill) Fenter: Fire Marshal. Three years college. While working for Snohomish County, I have observed several areas where improvements could be made. The county could do with less duplication of service, and place the administrative problems in the hands of one qualified individual, supported by a Commis- sioner Board for Legislative Functions. The officials of the county should be elected. We officials of the county should be elected. We must retain the right to have our officials selected through the vote of the people. Position No. 4 Lawrence W. Whttfteld: Don L. Black: Everett High School Graduate 1927. Employed Puget Sound Power and Light Co. 1927 to 1943. Last four years Meter & Service Department Supervisor. Originated Judd & Black Electric Co. as partner 1943. Pre- viously sole owner. Member Lowell Volunteer Fire Dept. 25 years. Chief for 18 years. Pres- ident Wash. State Firearms Association 1958. Past Pres. Everett Exchange Club. Pres. River- side Commercial Club of Everett. Myrtle J. Stensaa: Housewife on farm. One year college, Master, Stillaguamtsh Grange #1058. Youth leader. Active in American Cancer Soc- iety. Representative of rural area of north end of county, We have outgrown present system. Thorough study of present county system if needed, tn hopes of updating present govern- ment, streamlining it for more efficient op- eration. Dean A. Bostwtck: Purchasing Agent and Of- fice Manager, Simpson Lee Paper Co, B.A. degree U. of Wash. Held responsible positions Post in Everett Chamber of Commerce, Wash. Jr. Chamber, U. S. Jr. Chamber, Snohomlsh Co. Boy's Club, Wash. State Purchasing Agents As- soc., UGN, Heart Fund, Building fund drive for YMCA, Providence Hospital & Everett Boys Club. Also member of Everett Kiwanis, Everett Citizens Advisory Committee, Trustee Everett Presbyterian Church. Position No. 5 Clifford J. Wold: I have no greath length of College Degrees or Credits in theories of "How to make the perfect government". As a member of a pioneer Snohomish County family and as Homeowner and Businessman I do have a keen interest in the present and future of this County. Meatcutter by trade, own and operate Food Lock- er Plant in Marysville. 1952 Nominee to the State Legislature. Be sure the voters never sacrifice control on the government. Favor efficiency if it is that in fact. Roy A. DeSoto: Age 38, Married, two child- ren (preschool). County resident 16 years. Production Planner 11 years. Graduate of U. of Wash. Chairman Local Community Council, Chairman School Board, active in church adult leadership training. I believe our county govern- ment should be strengthened and operated as a unit. Executive and legislative functions should be separate. Budgets should be authorized by elected officials. Leona M. Roberts: Owned and operated my own Real Estate and Insurance Business for 18 years, all in Snohomtsh County. Have held President and Sec.-Treas. and Chairman posit- ions in many South Snohomlsh County Clubs. Worked on all school programs and elections. High School and Business education and cor- respondence courses in the business field. Active in all County, State, and National Government for the betterment of the citizens of our country. Diligently worked and attend all Committee meet- ings that I am a member of. Ward Bowden: CRAWFORD APPLIANCE SERVICE washers--dryers--motors 794-7891 VALLEY VIEW ROAD Monroe ELECTRIC GOES WHERE IT'S NEEDED! When you are making those home remodeling additions, proper, economical comfort heating is often a problem. But it doesn't need to be though -- if electric heat is considered. First, electric heat is easy to install . . . anywhere a wire can be run, electric heat may be used. Installation costs are very low. And the budget bargain of low PUD rates makes it a logical choice for low cost operation. Yes, electric heat can go where it is needed in any remodeling project regardless of size. Have you included this modern concept in your remodeling plans? Let our heating consultants give you the facts. Call ALpine 9-9666. Reception Planned Miss Judy Radtke Miss Judy Radtke, chaplain; Diana Smith, grand representative to religion; Kathy Pear- Mississippi in the son, service; Teresa Washington and Idaho Boyes, nature; Jan O1- International Order of son, Bible bearer; the Rainbow for Girls, Laurie Kern andShirley will be honored at a Fltckner, choir mem- reception planned for 8 bers. p.m., Saturday, in the The public is invited. Masonic Hall, South Lewis Street. . IiLIPHONI LO |-4009 1 Miss Radtke is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Radtke of North Madison Street. To carry out thetheme FRI.- SAT.- SUN. of "Hearts in Harmony" ALL COLOR! the colors of red and white will be used. "BoBo" 6:00-10:15 Monroe Rainbow Girls "Coo] Hand Luke" 8:00 who will participate in the event are Denise ..... . i Schlilaty, worthy advis- or; Pam Bredstrand, Calendar Thursday TOPS Club, 10 a.m., 15116 - 180th Place S.E. Strawberry Lane. Past Noble Grands Club, 8 p.m,, at the home of Mrs. Les Brady Co,hostess, Mrs. Clar- PaUL ence Corey. Monday NEWMAN Ktwantannes, 8 p.m.,  COOL Mrs. Cecil Kerr. Tuesday 4aND UlKIE.. Park Place Commun- PLUS COMEDY! I ity Club, 12:30 p.m., at the home of Mrs. Wal- l0000r00llell lace Horton, West Main Street.  e]ObO" we PLAU. ICUPIDI Stuffed Animals Valentine Cards by ividual Chocolales by Whitman's Rogers' Aplets-Coners Almona Roca Tri-Valley Pha00a00 Monroe Shopping Center 794-7351, For Your Parties... P la tes-c u p s-N a pkin s Tab leco ve rs-F avo rs I I Six Babies Are January Arrivals Six new January bab- ies are reported by Valley General Hospit- al and include three boys and three girls. Mr. and Mrs. Loral R. Bormallie of Snohomish became parents of a baby boy on January 21. Named Michael Edward, the baby weighed 8 pounds, 9 1/2 ounces. lees. Born January 16, the baby weighed 7 pounds, 4 ounces. New little resident of Startup is Nancy Ella Thornhtll, 7 pound, 13 ounce daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Thorn- hill. Nancy arrived January 13. Mr. and Mrs. John Taylor of 15604-179th Wesley Ryan is the Ave. S.W. became the name chosen by Mr. and parents of a 9 pound, Mrs. Wesley Parker of 1 1/2 ounce baby girl Startup for their baby on January 27. The boy born January 22. girl was named Marct The little boy weighed Danelle. 6 pounds, 9 1/2 ounces. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy A Monroe couple, Mr. Beam of Hansen Road and Mrs. Theodore named their little boy Krals of Route 2, David Vincent. Born named their little January 24, he weigh- daughter Krtstie Kath- ed 8 pounds, 12 ounces. LEGAL NOTICE ORDINANCE NO. 480 AN ORDINANCE ADOPTING DESIGN STANDARDS AND SPECI- FICATIONS FOR PLAT ROADS AND STREETS AND PRIVATE WORK ON CITY STREETS. THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF MONROE DO ORDAIN AS FOLLOWS: Section I. Adoption of Snohomish Count), Standards and Specifications and Design Standards of the State of Washington Design Standards Committee. There are hereby adopted by the City of Monroe for the purpose of prescribing standards and specifications for citystreets, those certain compilations known as "Design Standards and Spe- cifications for Plat Roads and Private Work on County Right of Way", as approved by County resolution and adopted by the Snohomish County Commissioners by resolution dated May 8, 1967, save and except such portions as are hereinafter deleted, modified or amended (by Section 2 of this Ordinance), and "De- sign Standards for Major and Secondary City Streets in the State of Washington", as prepared by the State of Washington Design Standards Committee, as contained in Information Bulletin No. 237, published May 1962 by the Association of Washington Cities in cooperation with the Bureau of Governmental Research and Services, of which compilations not less than three (3) copies of each have been and now are filed in the office of the Clerk of the City of Monroe and which is hereby adopted and incorpora- ted as fully as if set out at length herein, and from the date on which this ordinance shall take effect, the provisions thereof shall be controlling within the limits of the City of Monroe, PROVIDED, that should any provisions of the said respective compilations be inconsistent or conflicting, then the provisions of the latter compilation $hall prevail over the County compila- tion except in cases where the county compilation provides, in the opinion of the City Engineer, resulting construction which is equal to or in excess of the standards required by the State Com- mittee Standards, in which event the County compilation shall prevail. Section 2. Definitions. a) Wherever the words "County Engineer" are used in said adopted compilations, they shall be held to mean City Engineer. b) Wherever the words "County Road Engineer" are used in said adopted compilations, they shall be held to mean the Utilities Superintendent of the City of Monroe. Section 3. Modifications. The City Council shall have the power to modify any of the provisions of the said adopted compilations upon application In writing by the owner or lessee, or his duly authorized agent, when there arc practical difficulties In the way of carrying out the strict letter thereof, provided that the spirit of such regula- tion shall be observed, public safety secured, and substantial Justice done. The particulars of any such modification when granted or allowed and the decision of the City Council thereon shall be entered in the minutes of the meeting at which such action Is taken, and a copy thereof shall be furnished to the ap- plicant tf requested. Section 4. Penalties. Any person who shall violate any of the provisions of the compilations hereby adopted or fail to comply therewith, or who shall violate or fail to comply with any order made thereunder, or who shall violate any detailed statement of standards and spe- cifications or plans submitted and approved thereunder, shall severally for each and every such violation and noncompliance respectively, be guilty of a misdemeanor and punished accord- ingly. The Imposition of one penalty for any one violation shall not excuse the violation or permit tt to continue; and all such persons shall be required to correct or remedy such violations or defects within a reasonable time; and when not otherwise speci- fied, each ten days that a prohibited condition Is maintained or a required condition is not completed, shall constitute a separatt offense. The application of the above penalty shall not be held to prevent the enforced removal or correction of prohibited con- ditions. Section 5. Repeal of Conflicting Ordinances. All former ordinances or part thereof conflicting or In- consistent with the provisions of this ordinance or of the compi- lations hereby adopted are hereby repealed. Section 6. Validity. Should any section, paragraph, sentence, or word of this ordinance or of the standards and specifications hereby adopted be declared for any reason to be invalid, It is the intent of the City Council of the City of Monroe that tt would have passed all other portions of this ordinance Independent of the elimination herefrom of any such portion as may be declared invali d. Section 7. Date of Effect. This ordinance shall take effect five (5) days from and after its passage and publication as required by law. PASSED by the City Council and APPROVED by the Mayor this 24 day of January, 1968. CITY OF MONROE, WASHINGTON By: /s/JACK LAW Jack Law, Mayor ATTEST: /$1 ANN FRANCIS Ann Francis, City Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM: ]$ STORRS B. CLOUGH Storrs B. Clough, City Attorney I, ANN FRANCIS, the duly elected Clerk of the City of Monroe, do hereby CERTIFY that the foregoing is a true and correct copy of Ordinance No. 480 of said City, duly adopted by Its Council at its regular meeting on the 24 day of January, 1968. /s/ANN FRANCIS Ann Francis, City Clerk Published: February 1, 1968.