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NEWSSTAND I0 PER COPY SIXTY-NINTH YEAR THE MONROE MONITOR MONROE, SNOHOM[SH COUNTY, WASHINGTON- THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1968 Vernon G. homas 15605 171st Ave.S.E. NUMBER 8 Planners Approve Zoning Code, Map Following a sparsely attended owner of a 522-acre trace recently ,public hearing Monday night, the annexed to the city. Monroe Planning Commission ac- Planners, following the guide lines cepted as presented the Monroe of the comprehensive plan adopted Zoning Code and zoning map, rec- earlier, scheduled for industrial ommending their adoption by the use with mercantile zoning approx- city council, imately 100 acres of Lawler land The council, at their Wednesday in a 960-foot wide rectangular-shap- night meeting this week, may slate ed area parallel to U. S. 2 at the a public hearing by March 27, the westernmost part of the city. date when the current freeze on Lawler has, since placing his rezones ends. The city may then request for annexation a year ago, accept or reject either the code sought a designation of mercantile or map or both or change any part for at leas[ 300 acres of the land of either after the public hearing, for development of an industrial Dissatisfaction to the zoning map park. was expressed by Ward Lawler, He questioned planners and par- Route 2, Snohomtsh, major land (page 3, Column 6) w Hospital To Discuss ...... Relocation Tonite In a meeting especially designed for the general QUEEN OF THE IRISH for Maltby's St. Viewing the coronation are, from left, public, Valley General Hospital District Commission- Patrick Day celebration this Saturday is finalists Carol Reed, Ronda Kelly and ers this evening, Thursday, March 14, will discuss Miss Rhonda Havens, at far right, who Colleen Allen; Wally Stocker, master of the progress of planning for the district's proposed was given the bright green cape and spark- ceremonies and chairman of the Maltby new hospital facility, as well as a site relocation. ling tiara as her symbols of royalty during Boosters; and Queen Rhonda's court, Prin- Hospital Administrator Ross E. Godard said the ceremonies last Friday evening. Placing cesses Kandi Jacobsen and MariAnnStotko. public is cordially invited to attend this meeting to the tiara is Marilyn Walster, queen for For additional see elsewhere.-'-Monitor hear the discussions of the board. Maltby's first annual celebration last year. Staff Photo He also said that the board would be more than happy to hear questions from the general public, The meeting will be held at 8 p.m. at Valley General i Maltby Selects Queen Of Irish as well as comments. I Hospital on Valley View Road. Carn'va' et Dagp:raud:enat nher princesses, Miss Kandt .M%nbr:dSfZo:n_ _ rr; heBaS::t:s and Mtss Mart AnnStotko, all Monroe rational Bank, Everett Trust and Saree ir TO Benefit Honors Athletes J acobs e s T High School students, were named at cere- Snohomtsh, Bothell Bank in Woodinvi . (D0731) SAN DIEGO monies Friday night during a teenage sock Valley Pharmacy inMonroe, Monroe Bowl, Har-Schela (FHTNC) March 1 -- hop in the Maltby gymnasium, mons in Snohomish and Campbells Feed and Seaman Apprentice Escorted to the stage, which was decorated Hardware. rs Nels and Becky Carlson's sixth annual Monroe Donald P. Gardner, USN for the event in a St. Patrick's Day theme, were The queen and princesses invite parade watch- High School sports banquet, with assistant Wash- son of Mr. and Mrs. J. the six finalists, all dressed in white wtth touches ers to Join them for roast beef dinner at the Monroe Parent- ington State University Coach Pinky Ertckson of shamrock green. The six read themes on Maltby gymnasium sponsored by the Horse Shoe Teacher Association slated as principal speaker, will be held Fri- M. Gardner of Route 1 "Why I Want to be Queen" and answered on-the- Grange. Serving will be from 2 to 7 p.m. with scholarships and other day. has been graduated from Mr. and Mrs. Carlson have announced that nine weeks of Navy spot questions posed by the judges, Jim Morse, proceeds designated for the Snohomish High projects will benefit basic training at the Maltby School principal, and Paul Carboneau, School band trip to Europe fund. from proceeds earned the banquet is open to the general public and Naval Training Center Cathcart principal. The third judge was James Rounding out the day's events will be a dance at the St. Patrick's they urge attendance to support MHS athletes, Pendergast, parade grand marshal, for adults with live music starting at 9 p.m. Eve carnival from 6:30 cheer and song leaders and coaches. here. The girls were selected on the basts of poise, in the Maltby Community Club. to 9:30 p.m. Saturday The popular dinner affair will get underway In the first weeks of in the high school at 7 p.m. at the I.O.O.F Hail, South Lewis his naval service he personality, their themes, the ability to think gymnasium. Street. Persons wishing to purchase tickets studied military sub- club Youngsters and adults, ($2 per plate)will find them on sale at Monroe Jects and lived and V i ki F It T R Ilodl & Gn Irish or not, are invit- Hardware and Sporting Goods, Carlson's Retail worked under condtt- C O Z O ace od to take part in the Lumber Yard, from any member of the Lions tons similar to those he games, visit the Club, who attend en masse, or at the Monroe will encounter on his E I d M h 3 Maps Events country store and par-HtghSchoolprinctpalofftce. ftrst ship or at his ftrst In ng an arc i ) take of refreshments Ertckson, former head football coach of shore station, served throughout the Everett's Cascade High School, has Just served In making the transit- ion from civilian life Vtcki Foltz, United States and Canadian track The increasingly more active Rod & Gun evening, his first stint at Cougarville. Prior to going to Naval service, he champion and a Monroe housewife, is one of Club, now 100 members strong, laid plans for Mrs. E. G. Ness, gen- to WSU he held an assistant coaching position received tnstructionun- two Falcon Track Club women who will head- a variety of activities at their March meeting eral chairman, notes at Montana State University. der veteran Navy petty line the United States women's cross-country last week. that a 50 cent donation Mr. and Mrs. Carlson, as hosts, pick up officers. He studied team that will compete in the second annual Club member Carl Merrifteld was sent as will be returned in the dinner tabs of some 120 athletes, cheer seamanship, as well as international champtohshtps March 30 at Black- the club's official delegate to the Washington script to use in samp- and song leaders and coaches and their wives. survival techniques, burn, England. State Sports Council Convention, held in Van-ling the Irish wares. Brnillg Pe llitl military drill and other The second Falcon Track Club runner is couver, with instructions on how to vote on Gifts donated by Mon- subjects. Doris Brown, defending champion and a teacher various resolutions before the council, roe merchants will be in the Shoreline District north of Seattle. The membership also mapped plans for mem- distributed once every Staff Set. James I. Also named to the team are Oregon, Illinois, hers Jim $tansberry and Bill Bumo, the latter half hour six times dur- Riled Flidy Fausett has been ser- California and Michigan runners, is president, to take a tour of inter game tug the evening's events. vine with the military Mrs. Brown won the race last year at Barry, ranges in Eastern Washington, including a boat (Page 2, Column 7) inspection team in Ko- Wales by more than 100 yards. She missed trip on Lake Chelan under the direction of the Warnings that burning permttts for all outside rea for the past sev- the U. S. and Canadian championships this past Washington State Game Department. ch II fires will be required beginning this Friday eral months. Fall because of injury. Mrs. Foltz won the Bump and Stansberry will give a full report erry Va ey have been issued by both Monroe Fire Chief Set. Fausett, son of Canadian title and then the U. S. crown. She at their April meeting. {Page 2, Column 4) finished third in both the mile and 880 February The club's annual big turkey shoot blow-out, Jim Crawford and the Department of Natural 23-24 at Oakland, California. which is open to the general public, is planned TO Continue Resources in sultan. Dr. Kenneth Foreman, head track coach at for May 12 with committees already function- Permits are required from March 15 throu n h Stud October 15 for burning of any debris, bru r.. Seattle Pacific College, is the volunteer coach ing toward making it a smooth running affair. SC eel Y campfire, slash or other inflammable material. of the Falcon Track Club. New members accepted last week were Ray Rubbish may continue to be burned without a Parnell, Jim Dennis and Darrell Watson. The Cherry-Valley permit providing the burning is done in ascreen- It was announced that Dick Craven won the Parent-Teacher Assoc- ed metal receptacle. Anyone failing to obtain M T H prize for the biggest steelhead in February, asons o onor his fish weighing in at 19 pounds 8 ounces, iation of Duvall, will meet at 8 p.m. Tues- a permit is subject to a fine or other penalty. Chief Crawford said permits for area residents All members, according to Secretary Merv day, March 19 at the within the city limits and rural areas south of ...... O di gJ i Byes' were reminded t purchase their steel- sehitocntinuelast U" S" 2 and weet f Highway 203 wtthin the '$nchishCo. utstan n un ors head banquet tickets by April 1. The dinner month, s discussion on affair will be held at the Eagle's Club April proposed changes in the limits of the fire district, including Park Place, TRAlrlrlC DEATHS One boy and one girl will be chosen for top 6 on North Lewis Street. school district, which may be obtained at the fire station on East Main Street Tuesday evenings or at Sno-Ktng TO DATE honors from among six outstanding Monroe High The membership wound up the evening's act- are under consider- Dairy during morning hours. LAST YEAR, Tills YEAR School Junior students who will be honored at lvtties with coffee and doughnuts and an exctt- atton, reports Mrs. H. Rural area residents may place requests for I 0 :l [ !1 I the third annual achievement awards dinner ing Alaskan movie, "Fish On" L. Raley Jr., publicity permits at the Sultan office of the Department  sponsored by the Monroe Masonic Lodge #160 chairman, of Natural Resources which will refer the re- F & AM on April 18. Order of Eastern Star. "six-six plan" quests on to area forest wardens who issue Applications will be available from the high Plaques to the top Junior boy and girl and The school Monday, March 18, and must be returned awards to the other two boys and two girls where grades one-six attend the grade school them. Wardens will also issue permits at the Mort- by March 29. will be presented by Ernest R. Fox, super- and grades 7-12 attend roe Shopping Center laundromat from 9 to 11 tntendent of Monroe schools. DRIVE LEGALLY WASHINGTON STATE PATROL Guest speaker for the affair will be Dr. Frank Brown, Methodist Church superintendent for the The public is cordially invited to attend, the high school, is one a.m., Fridays, Index Post Office from 9 to 11 Puget Sound Area. Gene Maxim will act as Tickets will be available at the door. plan being considered, a.m., Saturdays, and the Clearview Fire Station emcee at the 7 p.m. banquet prepared by Monroe (Page 8, Column 7) (Page 8, Column 8) No. 1 from 10 a.m. to noon, aturdays. t