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i! L ~4 2~ Elmre Wins Third on the school's enroll- ment as reported to the state. It also established a 50 cent per employee charge for all over six employees in com- m e r c i a 1 establish- ments. The full text of Or- dinance 540 will be found elsewhere. In Lon Jump Memorial Days past and present were re- viewed by Leonard Luce of Everett, past de- Bearcat Terry Elmore earned the title of thlrdputy commander of the Veterans of Foreign best long jumper in the A League at the state Wars, in an observance held here by the Mon- Adopted by the Mon- mget in Pullman last weekend, roe VFW Post 7511 and the Monroe American roe City Council last John Haberman, assistant coach, said Legion. Master of ceremonies was Ivan Andrews, com- publicweek readingafter a andsecndwith inches.mre's winning jump measured 90 feet, n mder of the Monroe VFW post. The invo- no one present to speak"The Cats' mile relay team of Ron Stans- cation and benediction were given by the Rev. against it was Ordin- berry, Ken Unruh and Dean and Dale Schwartz ance 540, establishing lowered their school record to 3:30.4 but still U yCUfl III I/~///yE;sA;rll~uIuyns#"AI/ changes in the sewer did not qualify for the finals," Haberman said. rates of some .corn- Running their best personal times in the 440 mercial customers, yard dash were Dale Schwartz with 51.6 and $8[t0/- [r0 g tiufl--S--[S The ordinancechang- Dean Schwartz with 51.8. The two finished es the base rate for fifth in their respective heats. schools from $1.56 per Haberman said Elmre ran the 100-yard dash student to $1.80 per in ten seconds in the preliminaries, equaling Youngsters 12 years old and under are in- student per year based the best time in early competition in that event vited to bring their fishing poles and their parent or guardian and take part in the Monroe and qualifying him for the finals where heplaced seventh. Also participating was Monroe's 880 relay team of Elmre, Mike Barrett, Start Johnson and Ron Manoske. City councilmen last week voted to allow a federal rent supplement program in Monroe at the request of a developer planning construc- tion of a 30-unit rental facility at the west end of Maple and Elizabeth streets. Representing the firm, DuJardin Construction, was Mike Phillipy, who said the one-bedroom Services will be held Rod and Gun Club's annual fishing derby this Sunday on Buck Island. The derby will begin at 9 a.m. and continue until the fish are caught. Prizes will be award- ed both boys and girls in two groups, 11 and 12 year olds 5 nd 10 and under. In addition, 15 fish will be tagged for special prizes. Derby participants will be given tickets en- titling them to a hot dog and a soft drink served by members of the Sky Valley Wanderers, notes Livio Otttni, Rod and Gun Club spokes- man. The Wanderers will also have hot dogs and coffee available for adults. Ottint said a work party is scheduled for 9:30 Saturday to clear brush from the creek bank and all gun club members are asked to help. June 3, 1971, Monitor, Monroe, Wn., Page Three W.E. Russell. Leonard Gore, a veteran of World War I, performed the traditional laying of the wreath at the base of the American Flag. Holding the colors were Aaron Green and Gil- bert Knoshaug, representing the legion, and Clif- ford Geer of the VFW. On the firing squad were VFW members Ray McDowell, Clifford Geer, John Gilbert, Fred Meeham, Stan Moser and Nathan Myer. TelephOne 568-4007 tk t'G" RATED ~ COLOR FILMS 7 Days Starting Fri. Evenings At 8:00 Sat. Matinee At h00 Sun. Matinee At 2:00 AROSS HuNTER~,~ To Serve Auto Part M 0 H R 0 E HAPA AUTO PARTS ~.~ ........... ............... :~ .... ~: ~,~ih .................................... ~,,.~ QUICK overnight Parts Service from the Warehouse COMPLETE LINE OF AUTO PARTS SEE US FOR ALL YOUR COPY NEEDS 113 WeSt Main Monroe water rate. ' Affected willbe those customers with sprinklering systems who have not entered into a separate con- tract with the city. Under the conditions of the ordinance a cus- tomer will pay cost plus ten per cent on all installation done by city crews, plus a fiat monthly rate of $8 with no metering. The penalty for us- ing the water for pur- poses other than fire protection was set at @ FREE GARMENT STEAMER, JUNE 4th & 5th O0 Reg. $2.50 15 SPEED QUEEN Top Load, Suds Saver 2 speed all Fabric | 4 SPEED QUEEN 20 Lb., Suds Saver Reverse Action. 2 Speed 1 35 Lb. Capacity Washer (9x12 Rug) 9 SPEED QUEEN DRYERS, All Fabric Control FREE COFFEE- Donuts Cookies FOR THE KIDS INSTALLED BY North Pacific - Commercial Equipment 351 - Elliot Ave. W. Seattle Attendent On Duty To Assist You PLENTY OF FREE PARKING HILL ST. 794-8938 MONROE, WASH. 0000000000@000000000@@@@@@@@@@@00@@00000~0000~ "O tng was ordinance defining standby Taken under advise- ment by the city coun- cil last week for ac- tion at the June 9 meet- Jot Pumps Main St. Snohomish KING Night 6:00PM-10:00PM In our Main Dining Room Only Purchase one menu item at regular price and get a second equivalent item at PRICE MONDAY & TUESDAY a fine of $500 or six months in jail or both and termination of the standby connection. * Copies everything everytime ,- Low cost - Copies, in minutes Dry copies. 100% accurate, Anyone can operate it Millions: of copies guaranteed an "I Dare You" award. I Donna Virta, the second senior recognized I for outstanding citizenship, also won honors at entrance at Seattle Pacific College. Lance Williams was winner of a Naval ROTC scholarship and James Walsh received an ath- letic scholarship at Everett Comm:mtty Col- lege. al Church. t Tea Margaret Biderbost, top Monroe High School for tuition fees. senior scholar, received a $3,000 Fort Wright Paul George, who won a Spokane Community valedictorian award during the presentation of College work scholarship, also received the ? scholarships and awards at a tea for parents Charlte Stewart award for significant athletic and raduattng seniors last week. contribution and inspiration. Among local area scholarships given, Blanca Judy Blomster was winner of the Monroe Roman won the Zandarski award of $200, the Kiwanis Club scholarship of $100 and an Ev- Monroe Three R Club nursing scholarship of erett Elks $75 scholarship. $50 and the Sno Isle Tuberculosis Association Monroe Lions Club scholarships of $150 award of $300. . were won by Kim Nolan and by Don Whitfield, I Howard Keck was recipient of the Monroe who also received an "I Dare You" award Fraternal Order of Eagles scholarship of $250,for outstanding leadership. Cascade League Honor Society scholarship of Ken Unruh was awarded a Valley Concrete $100 and a Pacific Lutheran University scholar- scholarship of $150 and was one of two students ship. He also received honors at entrance recognized for outstanding citizenship. at Seattle Pacific. A Second $100 Monroe Kiwanis Club scholar- A Monroe Eagles Auxiliary scholarship of ship went to Sue Trombley who also received $250 went to Kathy Rupert as did a Maltby Parent Teacher Club award of $100 and an Eastern Washington State College Alumni award at 1:30 p.m. today, units would occupy about 504 square feet and High Performance Thursday, for Mrs. be built with larger doorways, grip bars in Ignition Hattie H. Dennis, 90, the bathtubs, lower light switches and cabinetsGreen's Laundra- loads all day Friday a Monroe resident and other features to accommodate wheel chairs,mat, a venture of Mr. CialDoth Th, ,-, agdadr'yclevaning-sPe- since 1890 who died inforThe$140singlea month,stry cottage-typeutilities furnished,units woUldwithrenta and Mrs. Aaron Green 1 ........ Small Engine Parts a Marysville nursing rent supplement up to $70 a month. Eligible of Monroe, will cole- wi 1 be gifts f or adults, .. ,, . home May 29. VOUKSWa en tarts brate a grand open- balloons for the child- g ................... Mrs. Dennis wasborn would be low incom families and individuals ing this Friday and ren and refreshments on February 5, ,1881, eligible for public housing who are either dis-Saturday in the newly for all. Hand Tools Power Tools Auto Paint in Erie County, Penny-placed by government action, 62 years of age opened facility at the slvania. She moved to or older, physically handicapped, living in sub- , Monroe in1890 and was standard housing, or whose unit was damaged corner of North Lewis F[ NAPA' and Hill Street. Welding Equipment Exhaust Systems a member of the Mon-or destroyed by natural disaster. The laundramat, de- Septi ervice ' AUTO ART roe Congregational Councilmen noted the plans called for only corated in Soft yellows Call' Collect llll rl O,l | Church. 16 parking places andadvised Phillipy to check and browns, features SY 3-4092 or I |1 U I1 I1 ! Survivors are four the zoning code for parking space require- 15 Speed Queen top sons, Homer J. of El- ment. SY 3-2143 H load, washers, four lensburg, Henry A., Following considerable discussion and after 20-pound load washers Rt. 2 Box 124 O 115 I/2 W. Main LeRoy Jacobs, Owner Charles H. and Donald Phillipy explained the eomoany was faced with an 294-6500 Monroe, Wn. E., all of Monroe, 16 immediate deadline for submitting the city's and a 35-pound ca- Monroe _ _ E grandchildren, 32 resolution along with their plans to the pacity washer thatwill hold a 9 by 12 foot rug.u n n Do ooooooo coo, eeoo, eeeooooooooe oe eeeooeeee great - grandchildren partment of Housing and Urban Developm,.nt Nine Speed Queen dry- and 7 great-great-and the 'Federal Husing Administratin' the ors have all-fabric ewithout delay, / from the actual ! .... i i I1 & / JUNE-- II i"-'