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March 6, 1975

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SKYKOMISH ROCKETS forward, Dan Boffey, 50, sailed right on past i opez defender Skip Oberholtzer for a quick, bucket in Northwest District B tournament play at Burlington last Friday° The high-flying Rockets were knocked out of the bid for state title action however, as they dropped the match, 62-56. Skykomish whittled away a l0 point I.opez lead and tied the score twice, but were unable to muster the victory points during the final period. Boffey led the Rockets attack with 18 and brother I,arry added 16 to the cause° I_opez was eliminated from state contention in Saturday night's contest. --Staff Photo In MYAA Loop ... March 6, 1975, Monitor, Monroe, WA, Pa e Three hree Hoop Squads Und Three teams, one in each age division, con- tinued to own perfect slates in Monroe Youth Athletic Association hoop action. The fourth grade et. In a second game for the day, the fourth grade Globetrotters topped the Sonics, 24- 12. Jeff Laizure tal- lied 14, Todd Wiens, Craig Neubrecht add- ing 2. Bob Drake and Gregg Collins each scored two for the Bul- lits. The sixth grade Cel- tics edged the Braves, Globetrotters, the 8 and Ken Pearson, 20-16, in a nip and fifth grade Globetrot- 2 for the Globetrot- tuck battle. Randy ters and the sixth ters. Brett Felix led Cottrel led the Cel- grade Braves, all hung the Sonics with 10 and tics with 8, Greg on to 2-0 records after Jim Baxter added 2. Trombley and Ted action at the high In the fifth grade Strom netted 4 and school gym last Sat- division, the Globe- Mike Dentling and urday, trotters bit the Bul- Greg Berndt eyed 2. In fourth grade ac- lits, 22-4. Steve Ad- Tim Walker and Dave Duvall Sewer Congressman Lloyd Meeds said the Ev- vironmental Protec- tion Agency has in- creased the federal aid to a sewer inter- ceptor project of King County Water District No. 104, 17238 Wood- inville - Duvall Road, tion, Ron Wagoner's Globetrotters dump- ed John Hovde's Lak- ers, 22-6. Todd Weins hit 10, Jeff Laizure, 8, and Ken Pearson, 4, for the winners while Ron Lang, Brad Sherman and Chad Low each tallied 2 for the Lakers. The Subway Sonics, in the fifth grade di- vision, bombed the Mud Sharks, 16-8. Scoring for the Son- ics was John Parkes, 6, Brien Jelinek, 4, Jeff Redfield, 4, and Todd Derifield, 2. Gary Schunk hit 4 with Randy Hughes and Mark Livingston, 2 apiece for the Sharks. The sixth grade Bucks creamed the Drop-outs, 38-2. For the Bucks, Hunnicutt hit 18, Redfield, 10, Meek and Conway, 4, and McCully, 2. John Furlong scored the lone Drop-outs buck- Slates Meet dison popped in 12 for Wenzel shared the the Globetrotters, withBraves scoring hon- Steve Stenner and Todd ors with 8 buckets Stroms hitting 4 and each. .-% m Brightest Color/ Custom Admiral..,+ 25" (diag. meas.) St, per-Solarcolor 1"I/ Truly the brightest color in Admiral history. Color Master Control for one touch co,or, tint, bright- heSS and contrast .Contempocary styling in a sleek cabinet of wa[nutograined finish on poly* styrene, 00 ' , SERVICE Monroe Shopping Center Increased Woodinvilleo Meeds, Senator Mag- nuson and Senator Jackson said the $37, 253 increase was to cover added costs. Total cost of the 75 per cent federally fi- nanced project is $392,040. Playground 49 5 Ibs. MORE? 794-5311 Tillers, Spreaders. Lawn Mowers Now in Stock + CO-OP, INC. Where the customer is the company Second Et Lincoln Snohomish 568-2104 Cannery Workers Local No. 788 of Mt. Vernon will hold their March Union meeting for members in the Snohomish -- Monroe area on March 11, at 8 p.m. at the Garden City Grange, 2nd Ave., Snohomish. All mem- bers are urged to at- tend. ins Church Sets Movie Date Monroe School Dis- "Eighteen", a new trict was one of 15 dramatic film, is small school districts at the First Baptist in the state selected Church of Monroe on to receive a grant to March 9, beginning at @ participate in a math practitioner's work- 7 p.m. shop, Superintendent It is a true story about Connie Calla- Royston Cottam said. The grant, awarded way, aCaliforniateen- by the State Superin- ager whose life ends tendent of Public In- tragically in a free- way crash as she struction, will allow journeyed home from four local educators a northern California to attend the+workshop.Christian camp. -)re, Coordinating thepro- The public is invited ..[ gram for the Monroe to attend the free District is Lee showing. Ahrens, high school math instructor and chairman of the dis- trict math committee. Other staff members scheduled to partici- pate in the workshop are Jim Hansen, Or- ville Isenberg and Marge McKay. Upon completion of the workshop, slated for April 17-19 in Is- saquah, the local team anticipates develop- ing plans for imple- mentation of work- shops, inservice training and public in- formation sessions. The grant will reim- burse the local dis- trict for substitute instructors and pro- vice per diem for those attending. MONROE ELECTRIC at , . ° ° . ° Monroe Hardware • Electrical Contracting • Serving Monroe since 1945 794-8733 568- 1568 (Details next week) **************************** • • • • • • • • O• •.•..@. @.O• • •.•.• • •.•.• • • • • • •.•.• • • • / OVENJOY -- LARGE LOAF 22.5 - oz. Price Effective Through Saturday, March 8, 1975 (~COPYR GHT 1%0. SAFEWAY STORES. ,NCORPORATED • O • D • • • O OO • • OOOOO OeOO0 • • • • O OO • • • Jl