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April 14, 1977, Monitor, Monroe, WA., Page Three HOMELITE ALLEY SCENERY--It's amazing what beautiful things one can find in the alleys of Monroe. These Dab mations, owned by Jim Fraser of PETITION ACCEPTED-- The sig- natures of some 450 persons were accepted Friday by Snohomish County Public Transportation Ben- Committee OK's Bill to Create Cascade County A bill to create Cascade County out of the eastern two-thirds of King County passed the House Local Gov- ernment Committee last week by an 8-4 majority. The bill (HB 436), came to light after residents in east- ern King County complained of a lack of representation in Olympia because of competi- tion with larger metropolitan areas of the county, includ- ing Seattle, the state's larg- est city. Under the bill, a majority of Wagner Hill, posed recently in the alley behind the Monroe Monitor building. A 16-year-old Monroe youth is recuperating from a wound he received Friday after accidentally.shooting himself in the leg. According to Snohomish County Sheriff's Information Officer Bob Monize, John Skinner of Rt. 3 Box 146, Monroe, was target shooting with a friend near the Old Monroe-Snohomish Highway and 164th St. when the mishap occured. Skinner apparently decided to practice a quick draw with his .22-caliber pistol with the safety mechanism off and the weapon discharged, striking him in the right leg above the knee. His companion flagged down a passing motorist, who helped take the wounded youth to Valley General Hospital for treatment, Monize said. Skinner was released Monday from the hospial in satisfactory condition. The House Agriculture Committee, Friday, April 1, passed out House Bill 218, an alternative to Initiative 59--the Family Farm Water Act--that was recently defeated in the House of Representatives, according to Representative Sim Wilson, R-10th District. Wilson explained that once the initiative, sponsored by the Washington State Grange, was defeated in the House, it will appear on the next general election ballot for approval or rejection by the people. The legislator explained that HB 218 and HB 1120 will be debated on the floor of the House in an effort to determine which, if any, of the measures will be placed on the ballot as an alternative to the Grange initiative. HB 1120 was passed out of the House Ecology Committee some weeks ago and in many respects is similar to HB 218 that.came out of the House Agriculture Committee. Representative Wilson explained that HB 218 provides for a 45-year term permit for farming operations exceeding 2,000 acres, HB 1120 has a 35-year term permit and Initia- tive 59 has a 10-year permit provision. He explained that HB 218 requires the Department of Ecology to notify the farmer upon request if the term permit will be renewed or not after the first 25 years of the original permit. Another provision is a so-called "buy back" program where the state would purchase the equipment necessary for irrigation and farming of the acreage in excess of the 2,000 acre limitation if the permit was extended. HB 1120 contains a similar provision. Wilson said HB 218 establishes a "fractional permit" system. The "fractional permit" system would allow the farmer and the Department of Ecology to enter into nego- tiations if the DOE was not going to grant a renewal of the farmer's water permit. These negotiations could result in the farmer receiving the same amount of water as he or she received in the original permit, but for a shorter period of time, or it could result in a reduced amount of water for a 45-year term or some other arrangement, Rep. Wilson explained. HB 218 will go to the House Rules Committee prior to it being brought out on the floor of the House for debate. HB 1120 is currently before the full House for discussion. 'Val iant Taylor' A r m e d Is Library Topic "The Valiant Tailor" will F be the featured story in a o rc es puppet show from 4:30-5 p.m. at the Monroe Library e w S on Wednesday, April 20. This fairy tale by the Broth- ers Grimm tells the story of a Navy Hull Maintenance poor tailGr who kills seven Technician Third Class Run- flies at one blow and goes on aid A. Ried, son of Mr. and from this unremarkable feat efitArea Corp. executives Bill Con- Mrs. Ronaid Ried of 645 to outwit two giants and nors, left and Vic Sued, Acting dir- North St., Monroe, was marry a king's daughter. ector, right. Presenting the peti- graduated from Basic Hull Also to be presented will be tions was Shirley Woolery, center. Maintenance Technician the Irish folk tale "Barney School. O'Dowd's Dragon" in which During the eight week a man and his daughter course at the Naval Training discover that a pet dragon Center, San Diego, students can cause trouble. received instruction on the Children aged 5 and up are basics of welding, pipefitting invited once again to enter and metalsmithing. They into the make-believe world studied the procedures used of the puppet theater. persons living in the area Kiwanis Club Fetes Long-time Members where the county would be created would h ive to vote in r iwanis Club of Monr6e attendance pins to favor of creation of the new recently distributed perfect county. Bachofner Mutters (Continued from page 2) Ray trailer, Bachofner found to his amazement and fury the governor's patrol bodyguard, Travis "Bud" Bell sitting in there eating a bowl of chili and drinking a scotch and soda. Bachofner proceeded to climb all over Bell, telling him he those members who haven't had an unexcused meeting, ac- cording to Ed Carlisle, club treasurer. Ewalt "Hap" Schrag had the longest stretch of atten- dance, with 38 years under his belt. Percy Dyer was a close second, with 36 years of perfect attendance. Others receiving perfect at- tendance pins were: Ralph Ramaley, 30 years; Marvin McNabb, 22 years; John Heichel, 15 years; Roy Wiley 13 years; Jerry Streutker, 8 years; Elmer Wenzel, 5 year; and 3 year pins went to Carlisle, Kenneth Country- man, Howard Gering and Milt McCrum. should be Outside doing something about the tourists but the governor stopped him short. It was very cold and very wet out there and he couldn't be out in that weather all the time, she said. She had invited him in and fixed him a bowl of chili and a drink to warm up. A deflated Bachofner departed, muttering something about giving the goats a tranquilizer. to fabricate, install and re- i pair all types of shipboard structures, plumbing and piping systems. A 1976 graduate of Monroe The lunch menu for Monroe High School, he joined the School District No. 103 for Navy in September 1976. the week of April 18-22 has been set. The menu is as fol- lows: Services Held for Monday, April 18, Spaghet- ti, green beans, hot garlic Mert Harrison bread, apple crisp, milk. Memorial services were Tuesday, April 19, Chicken held Saturday in Monroe for and gravy on whipped po- Men W. Harrison, 72, of tatoes, buttered peas, bread Startup, who died April 6 in a and butter, cake, milk. local hospital. Wednesday, April 20, Chili He was born March 17, dogs, French fries, pickle 1905, in Kansas. He was a slice, fruit, milk. pioneer of Alaska and had Thursday, April 21, Pizza, been a miner in Alaska gold cole slaw, V2 slice bread and ' mines; previous to that he butter, Temptation, milk. was a coal miner in Pennsyl- Friday, April 22, Fish vania, prospected for uran- witches, French fries, broc- ium and owned and operated coli with cheese sauce, bread an assay office in Casper, and butter, prune cake, milk. Wyoming. He leaves his wife, Marjorie of the home; son, Carl of Col- orado; brother, Walter of Longmont, Colorado. Memorial services were held in the Purdy and Kerr Chapel in Monroe with the ; o Rev. George Kopper officiat- ing. Memorials may be made to the American Lung Associa- tion. THE DEPENDABLE BETTER-IDEA FAMILY COMPACT PRICES START AT: Main & Madison Monroe When America needs a better idea. Ford puts it on wheels. I Bulldozing 794-8329 SULTAN SAW SHOP INSTALLED- (For Auto and Home) m Sultan's Pumper Septic Tank Service Serving Snohomish & Skykomish 793-8871 O.K. Electric Hwy 2 Sultan chain saws 568-7225 CB & MARINE SBE COBRA MIDLAND COURIER Wiring, Heating Air Conditioning 504 Monroe St., Monroe MONROE HARDWARE 794-6133 Lobe Canopies Stock or Made to Order Sales 794-5300 COMPLETE 1200 - 2rid SALES SNOHOMISH & SERVICE Rugged. Fully patentee. Originator of Jet Pumps next to Pan-Alaska APPLIANCE REPAIR 101 E. Hill "We Sell Service" See Bob for your new 794-5208 appliance Darlene Whitfield G&L BODY SHOP GLASS WORK AUTO BODY, PAINT S. Lewis 794-8158 Monroe ?94-7564 Services Appliances Lawn Mowers Get the factd Come in or phone. Monroe Hardware & SPORTING GOODS Monroe Shopping Center MARK OF EXCELLENCE Craig Recorders ERVICI ::ONi!i: ALL IVIAKEg.i:: Curnutt's Appliance lab a 7M411141 - Monrm SERVICES on all major appliances 1015 1st St. Snohomish 5 days a week Hot Water O1 o O0 O. o o o0 o 0 r", 0 0 0 ~J 0 or call Anderson T.V. & Appliance for service -- 568-4014 52 gal Quick Recover' $89.95 installation available I ot Mercer Island Travel Full Service -- No Charge Ca//794-8771 or 794-7561 118 N. Lewis Monroe Makes Deliveries Every Friday to INDEX & SKYKOMISH new Saturday hours 8 a.m. -- 12noon Sewing Sales Machine AUTO PARTS Parts for automobiles, smal engines, welding equip- ment, air and hydraulic hoses made to order. 207 N. Lewis Monroe /I NEW VIKING World's Only Non-Oiling Machine 2709 Wetmore Everett ammercial MIRRORS, SHOWER DOORS, SCREENS, INSULATED GLASS, STORM WINDOWS & ALUMINUM WINDOWS Ceramics Sheilah's Heirlooms 113 E. Fremont Monroe 794-6892 eves. 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