Newspaper Archive of
Monroe Historical Society
Monroe, Washington
April 28, 1960     Monroe Historical Society
PAGE 5     (5 of 12 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 5     (5 of 12 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
April 28, 1960
 

Newspaper Archive of Monroe Historical Society produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2020. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




U. S. 'ALERT' TO FEATURE CONELRAD DRILL, CLOSE GOVERNMENT INTERPLAY May 3, 4, and 5 are important days this year to all Americans. On these days the seventh annual civil defense preparedness exer- cise, Operation Alert 1960, will be held from coast to coast. The objective of the 1960 Alert will be to train personnel in Na- tional, State, and local govern- merits, in industry, and in pri- vate organizations to respond ef- fectively to an all-out attack on the United States with nuclear weapons. * * $ THE PRINCIPAL participa- tion by the public on a nation- wide basis in the exercise will be during the hall-hour begin- "ning at 1 p.m. (EST) on Tues- day, May 3. when a Conelrad radio broadcast will be aired on ,0 and 1240 kilocycles. During this period, all television, FM radio stations, and those radio stations not in the Coneirad net- work must leave the air. The special Conelrad broad cast will originate from the Emergency Site of the Fed- eral Government "some- where outside of Washing- ton." It will include brief addresses by President Eis- enhower and Civil and De- fense Mobilization Director Leo A. Hoegh. The Conelrad broadcast will give the American public an op- portunity to experience the kind of radio reception it would have to rely on during an enemy at- tack. The broadcast's impor- tance will be emphasized by the fact that, under attack condi- tions, the 640 and 1240 channels would be the only source for survival instructions to the gen- eral public. $ $ $ PARTICIPATION BY the Fed- eral, State. and local govern- merits this year will be of special significance to the nation's pre- paredness program for it will demonstrate the effectiveness of coordinated action among them. Federal agencies will in- voke comprehensive plans for action during an attack on this country. All 50 States will operate under their statewide survival plans. Plans for emergency action in metropolitan areas and smaller communities will be screened for their effective- ]less. Equally important will be the conduct of the exercise in indus- trial plants throughout the coun- try because emergency proced- ures in the larger plants are as comprehensive as those for an entire community. Mutual aid agreements within industry are another form of coordinated ac- tion. Five Local Youths Pre-Enroll At W.S.U. At least four Monroe youths ,are Monroe students already accept- among the approximately 1,300 stu- ed at WSU are Patrick M. Kelley, dents who have registered for ad- " son of Mr. and Mrs. Barnard Kel- missicm to Washington State Uni- . ley, Cedar Street; Sharon E. M, ars- versify for .the fall semester of the den, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 1960-61 school year. Other potential Thomas Marsden, Cedergreen Ad- students have until August 15 to dition, Margaret Rainwater, daugh- apply, ter of Mr. and Mrs. William Rain- For Fall Semester water, 501 S. Lewis St., .and Linda Stormo, daughter of Mr. and Mts. Elias Stotmo, N. Kelsey S'. A Douglas Fir tree, 417 feet tall, possibly the tallest in the world, was cut in Vancouver, Canada, in 1895. Finlayson Joins G. E: Dealers On Trip South A. C. Finlayson of Monroe's Coast-to-Coast Stores ws one of 80 General Electric dealers from Washington, Oregon and Northern Idaho selected on a store-wide sel- ling quota basis to receive an ex- pense-paid trip to San Francisco and Las Vegas. The group went by chartered plane to San Francisco to see the Los Angeles Dodgers ,and San Fran- cisco Giants play and then flew to Las Vegas for two days. Finlayson said the dealers had a grand trip and described Las Vegas as seem- ing two blocks wide and seven miles long. Kiwanis Little League Turn Out Is Saturdoy The Kiwanis Club Little League team will hold its first turn out this Saturday, April 30, at the Mon- roe junior high school field. Time wK1 be 11:30 a.m. Henry Bengston will coach the team and lms invited all boys who wish to play on the team to turn out this Saturday. Antarctica contains 87 per cent of the world's glaciated area. The deal of a lifetime! FORD FAIRLANE SPECIAL em00m: now 0nly ACT FAST... OFFER ENDS MAY 28! Granite Lions Plan 3rd Annual Trout Derby Invitations are extended to all children :and adults to participate in the third annual trout derby sponsored by the Granite Falls Lions Club, which wi,ll be held on Sunday, May 15, 'at Granite Fails Trout Farm located at Granite Falls. Again this yoar the first prize will be a 10 ft. pram donated by Robinson Marina, Everett. Separ- ate prizes will be awarded to chil- dren nine years  old 'and under. Prizes will be awarded to those contestants who pt/ll in the longest fish. Registration fee for adults and children over nine years old will be four dollars for a catch of ten fish. A special registration fee for children age nine and under will be two dollars for a catch of five fish. All contestants must furnish their own equipment *and bait. All fish- ing will be done from the *shores of Dream Lake at Granite Falls 'I,put Fame. Proceeds from the Trout Derby will again be used o sponsor a Little League Baseball Team in the Pilchuck Vatley League. Conelrad Test Set For May 3 CONELRAD which is an import- ant part of the Civil Defense or- ganization will .again be heard for one half hour during the seventh annual national civil defense test, exercise, Operation Alert 1960. Con- elrad, which is either 640 or 1240 on your standard radio dial, will be heard May 3 between 10:00 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. All radio stations that are not  part of the C,)nel- rad network and all TV stations will leave the air during that pe- riod. Harold Peterson, director of Sno- homish County Civil Defense, has urged that every resident in the county tune tothis program to learn more about the type of in- formation one would hear in case of enemy attack :and to also deter- mine if Cone]rad is heard in their particular area. How the program is heard ,and any comments would be greatly appreciated by the Civ- il Defense office if people would April 28/1960 Monroe Monitor, Monroe, Wash. PAGE ,FIVE Sports Afield If you plan to visit our 50th qstate and enjoy the hunting opportunities the islands *have to offer, do NOT take your sporting dog along. Leave him at home and plan to hunt with some friend's dog; or else ship your dog to Hawaii months in ad- vance of your visit, states Henry P. Davis, Sporting Dogs Editor of Sports Afield Magazine. The reason? All dogs entering Hawaii must, by law, be confined in the Animal Quarantine Station in Honolulu for a period of 120 days or longer, as the State Veterinar- ian shall deem necessary. This is quite a hardship on the sporting dog enthusiasts in the islands who want to purchase trained gun dogs from owners living on the main- land. Yet is is considered a highly desirable measure as a preventa- tive against rabies and other dis- eaes. The quarantine station in Hono- lulu is located in a beautiful spot, with plenty of shade. Each dog has his individual kennel and exercise pen, which is kept scrupulously clean. Fresh drinking water is on hand at all times and the dogs are well fed. On arrival, and periodi- cally thereafter, each dog is given a thorough physical examination. All of the diseases revealed by these examinations are reported to the owner or the owner's designat- ed veterinarian Treatment of sick dogs is the owner's responsibility, and sick animals may be removed to approved small-animal hospi- tals for treatment at the discre- tion of the State Veterinarian. Housing, food and attendants for the dogs are provided by the new state. The cost is shared with the owner. At present owners pay a fee of 75 cents per day for adult dogs. Should a bitch whelp pup- pies during her quarantine a daily fee of 40 cents is charged for each puppy after it's six weeks old. The puppies must remain in quaran- tine' until discharged with their mothers. The kennel capacity of the station is 465 dogs. Approximately 1,000 dogs pass through the station am nually, and sporting dogs make up only a small percentage of them. Duck hunting is limited to one pre- serve in the islands, and the rug- ged terrain, much of it heavily laden with lava rock, is extremely hard on the pads of a bird dog's feet, hence the gun dog fraternRy is comparatively small in size. However, with the increase in up- land game birds, the sporting dog fancy is growing at a healthy rate, encouraged materially by the vari- ous field trials on the islands. The primary purpose of the quar- antine station is to prevent the in- troduction of rabies. This disease has a long incubation period and therefore a long quarantine period is deemed necessary. Two Local Youths Take Top 4-H Ploces In County Competition Two local youths, Tom Glover and Georgia Wilson, were top di- vision winners in .*he Snohomisb County Demonstration Contest held Saturday, April 23 in Everett. About 70 competitors from the county participated. The Hy-Le 4-H Club a number of members selected to represent the county at the Ydn and Puyllup fairs in the fall. In the junior agricuRure div'mion Susanne Hultgren placed second and Judy Steffen was fourth. n'- rie Sofie was second in the senior safety division. Second in the senior marketing was Helen Weishaupt. Tom Glover placed first in senior general pro- jects and Larry SkaJland second. In the junior general prjec,s Kurt Biderbost was judged secon:l. In the home improvement group- ing Georgia Wilson placed first. Carol Hansen was third in ie senior home economics demonstra- tions. Card of thanks I want to thank my many friends and relatives for the lovely and oer remembrances on my 90th birthday April 24. Mrs. ary B. Gerber Pal. Adv. Join the gang at SULTAN Pastime Tavern W,,, ' 1R-S drop a post card to 1710 Wall 00o.owin00 00ra tice drill. Conelrad would be the only .......... ..iiiiiii;iii:i:i ' means of communication of official DANCING FRIDAY and SATURDAYS a m o nth . ':il ';"   MILEAsAv,s or.::::i*:i,o ,MrR SiX ''%--., information in case of enemy at- IE tack. Through this means of corn- L I V E M U S I C municiation pre-attack information "". ...... - ......... ,,, We always have a ongenml crowd! ,.  !! and instructions would be given. " Evacuation instructions, directions, routes and assembly areas would SUMME'"---UEs " f be given if the area were to dis- i,, ' perse. Warning when to take shel- o ter when attack is imminen,t and : when it is safe to come out of shel- ....  ter would also be a part of Conel- tad. Fallout information and in- structions would be given where fallout is expected and when it is expected. You would be told when it would be safe to return to an area, ,to come out of fallout shel- ters or when radioactivity had dropped to a safe level. National information would also be broad- cast, information of vital interest to you from the President and oth- er National and State leaders. As there is a possibility that elec- tricity would be off every person is urged to have a battery operated radio in their home so that Conel- rad would be available for the sur- vival of the individual and family. i TWO SUN VISORS AND TWO ARM RESTS NOW FORMING MIXED FOURSOMES p" LADIES P* MEN'S SCRATCH  JUNIORS P* CHURCH p" JUNIOR & PARENTS SIGN UP EARLY AT MONROE BOWL E. Gate PYramid 4-5031 11-ff. PRICE INCLUDES ALL CHARGES THIS DEAL IS FOR REAL... DRIVE IT HOME TONIGHT| Get the big one that saves like the small ones.., the FORD FAIRLANE SILVER SPECIAL" SO come in now--before this offer expires-- and you can drive home your new Ford lane Silver Special this very night! World's Most Popular Carsl Best seller Chances are you'll more than cover thedowi 1 in 1959... best-selling 1960'$ tool payment with your present car. And with anl ' ' ' above-average trade-in, your monthly pay-RD ments can be even/ess. These terms--which may vary slightly with individual dealer's pricing policies--include all carrying charges. Collision and comprehensive insurance costs also included for one year. \\; GET AMERICA'S BI6GEST BUY FOR YOUR DOLLAR/ Ralph Minor Motors South Lewis PYramid 4-2882 FORO--The F/nest For#s of, ufe#m,  FALCON--rs New-size For# mTHUNDERBIRD--The World, Most Want,V Car Jehovah Witnesses Give Invitation To Three-Day Assembly Highlight of the Lynnwood As- sembly of Jehov '3h's Witnesses May 20-22 will be a public ecture by Matthew M. Kolar on May 22 at 3 p.m. in the Lynnwood junior high school auditorium. His topic will be "Finding Peace in This Troubled World." Lincoln Temple, presiding minis- ter of the Monroe witnesses, has ex- tended an invitation to the local congregation and other interestdd persons to attend the Lynnwood As- sembly. Temlle added that final arrange- ments for the convention were made at an assembly directors' meeting last Saturday in Mount Vernon. The three-day assembly will. be supervised by 42 department di- rectors including Temple. All hbor is voluntary ,and expenses are covered by unsolicited contribu- tions, Temple said, and added each department must be wetl organiz- ed to operate efficiently. Cub Scout Pack 27 Changes Meeting Date Cub Scout Pack 27 has changed its meeting date. The group will now meet on the *hat Thursday of the month. Parents and other interested adults ave invited to attend the pack meeting scheduled tonight, April 28, at 7:30 ,p.m. at the Metho- dist Church. It's Time To Buy... Eisenberg Ice NECKLACE EAR RINGS PINS from $3.00 LOCKETS CROSSES from $2.95 Costume Jewelry fom $1.00 Ren;or Copper Jewelry from $2.00 106 E. Main St. PYramid 4-3477