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June 16, 1977, Monitor, Monroe, WA., Page Three Legal notices FROM: Kirke Sievers, Snohomish County Treasurer RE: Law requires mobile home taxes must be paid before move- ment. On May 6th Governor Ray signed into law Senate Bill 2052 (Chapt. 22, Laws 1977, 1st Ex. Sess.) which requires that before any mobile home can be moved on the highways or roads of this state, all property taxes must be paid. This legislation was actively promoted by the Washington Association of county Officials on behalf of county assessors and county treasurers who are charged with the difficult task of assessing and collecting taxes on such mobile units. The new Washington law is patterned after the Oregon statute and it is anticipated to significantly reduce the number of mobile homes that leave the state or county without paying the taxes that are due. Any individual that desires to move or have their mobile home moved should contact the Snohomish County Treasurer's Office and obtain a Tax Certificate for Mobile Home Movement. After all taxes are paid and this certificate is obtained, a mobile home transporter can then proceed under the normal manner to move the mobile unit. The new law contains penalty provisions subjecting any individ- ual that moves a mobile home without payment of taxes of a fine up to $100 and in addition to the fine, loss of their transporter's permit for not less than thirty days. Since the Act carried an emergency clause it became effective on May 6th, 1977 when signed into law. For more information on forms, you may call 259- 9307. Published June 16, 1977 Ordinance No. 638 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF MONROE, WASHINGTON PROVIDING FOR AN ANTIRECESSION FISCAL ASSISTANCE ALLOCATION FUND. THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF MONROE DO ORDAIN AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. Purpose This ordinance is to establish and create a fund for antirecession fiscal assistance allocations received by the City of Monroe under Title II of the Public Employment Act of 1976. Section 2. There is hereby established the Antirecession Fiscal Assistance Allocation Fund'. Section 3. There shall be paid or transferred into said Fund all antireces- sion fiscal assistance allocations received under Title II of the Public Employment Act of 1976. All expenditures for the purposes for which the fund is established shall be made only from this Fund upon proper direction by the City Council of Monroe therefor. Section 4. All expenditures from this Fund shall be used for the mainten- ance, to the extent practical, of levels of public employment and of basic services customarily provided to persons under the jurisdic- tion of the City of Monroe. Each antirecession fiscal assistance allowance received under Title II of the Public Employment Act of 1976 will be spent or allocated before the end of the 6 months period which begins on the first day following receipt of each such payment. Section 5. This ordinance shall take effect 5 days from and after the date of publication hereof in a newspaper of general circulation in the City of Monroe, Washington. Passed. this 2S day of May, 1977. CITY OF MONROE, WASHINGTON By Grace Kirwan, Mayor Attest: Betty King, City Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM Carleton F. Knappe Monroe City Attorney 1st reading: 5/25/77 2nd reading: 5/25/77 Published June 16, 1977 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF SNOHOMISH JUVENILE COURT NOTICE OF PUBLICATION NO. 14304 IN RE THE WELFARE OF BARELA: Steven Ross Minor Child TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: You are hereby notified that there has been filed in this Court on the 28th day of February, 1977, a petition praying that all persons having any legal, natural, or parental rights in and to the above-named child be permanently deprived of all such interest or rights, and that said child be placed in the' permanent care and custody of the Department of Social and Health Services, State of Washington, and that said agency be authorized to thereafter con- sent to the adoption of said child by any persons deemed fit and proper. You are also notified that a written consent to such placement and adoption has already been given by Brenda C. Dietrich, the natural mother of said Steven Ross Barela. You are further notified that your failure to appear and show cause why the prayer of such petition should not be granted may result in a deprivation and termination of your rights in and to said child and thereafter the adoption of said child by any persons: deemed fit and proper. A hearing upon'such petition will be had at 9:00 A.M. o'clock, on the 22nd day of July, 1977, before the Juvenile Department of this Court at the Charles R. Denney Youth Center, 2801-10th Street, Everett, Washington, when and where all persons interested shall appear and show cause why such petition should not be heard and the prayer thereof granted. DATED this 9 day of June, 1977. KAY D. ANDERSON Snohomish County Clerk By Kathy Johnson Deputy Clerk Published June 16, 23,30,1977 Dorcas Society of the Evan- Pastor Dean Dray will be gelical Covenant Church the speaker for the no host- meets at 2 p.m. Thursday,ess meeting. June 23 at the Church. MEA BRASS--Monroe Education President Jeanne VanOchten, left, congratulates President- elect Joe Wiles after the teacher's organization chose the Central Elementary instructor as its leader last week. Wiles is also a member of the MEA's bargaining team. Progress! Improvement! Innovations! Combined with top management! These have always been the Longacres watchwords and guidelines for over 40 years of Thoroughbred racing at the popular Renton oval. Your reporter has watched this progress for over two decades. It would take a fat paperback to enumerate the annual improvements at Longacres that contribute to racing. Another innovation. Meet the newest Longacres em- ployee. He is Kent Vincent, radio, TV and news media intern. Ken admits to an insatiable appetite for all kinds of news. As a youngster his favorites were news broadcasts. Others were not interesting to him. He has served as editor of his East Valley (Yakima) high school paper and gave four years to that media. He did everything there was to do including sweeping out the place. In his search for continued activitiy and training in radio and TV at the college level, he found his dream course at Eastern Washington State College (Cheney) which is directed by Dr. Howard Hoff, formerly a Public Relations Director for General Motors. The course is unique in that it is entirely divorced from the communications school and specializes in the media entirely designed for listening and watching. Ken will begin his junior year in radio work in September in Cheney. Longacres established and designed the internship to encourage future radio broadcasting and to provide the opportunity for beginners to learn and practice their trade. Ken works directly under Mark Kauffman who has many years of experience in all facets of radio, and Pat Dawson, Longacres Publicity Director. Through this internship Longacres is providing an opportunity to succeed to major broadcasting in the future. The Longacres network lists 25 stations in Washington; and the track feels that Thoroughbred racing will benefit from the internship and will further enhance the rapidly growing industry in Washington and will provide media people for the future who really understand racing. Ken brings some racing experience to his job, having worked on the barnside for several summers as a groom. His stepfather Robert Howg is currently a journeyman jockey at Longacres. Sunday, June 19: The Space Needle Handicap at one mile for three-year olds and up for $15,000 added. In '76 Money Lender with Jack Leonard up and trained by Johnny Longden. Group Insurance Chamber Topic Group medical insurance, of Commerce, Tuesday, June available to members of the 21 at Petosa's,Restaurant. Chamber of Commerce and United Chambers Insurance Monroe businesses, will be Trust company will present discussed at the noon meet- the plan to the business ing_ of the Monroe Chamber community. By Larry Whitfield surt .your camper insurance doesn't leave you out in the cold. Most eom- panics will cover your camper, trailer or motor home against li- ability, medical, comprehensive and collision. But a low-cost SAFECO pol- icy also provides emer- gency assistance up to $150 for temporary living expenses, trans- portation or re- turn of your ve- hicle back home. And, that same policy will also provide excess coverage up to 10% ofthevalue of the vehicle for personal prop- erty loss, or $250, whichever is greater. Just one more reason why you can al- most always save with SAFECO. Whitfield Realty & Insurance 794.8771 I West was best in Monroe Athletic Association girls soft- ball all-star game last weekend, as the teams designated "west" took both junior and senior divisions. The senior west all-stars dispatched the easterners in two games. In the first contest, Shawn Howell scored five times to lead her team, composed of players from Coast-to-Coast/Wolf- kill, Men & Lady Lions and Western Tire/Eastern Meats, to a 19-11 victory. Loretta Utterback rapped a home run and bagged a triple and a double in the win. Kim Kearns and LaDonna Beck both smacked a triple and a double while Carmen Hausman cracked a double and single. Koni Nolan homered for the eastern team, Genny Ellis poked two triples and Cathy Stansberry had a double and a single. In the second game, which the west team won 14-11, Loretta Utterback led batters with a triple. Getting hits were LaDonna Beck, Tracy Wolfkill, Kim Kearns, Tracy Karr and Lynda Schirman. For the eastern team, Cindy Hunt collected a home run while driving in two runners. Koni Nolan and Cathy Stansberry also collected hits. West team coaches were Bob Kearns, Dean Harniss and Pat Conway.. Coaches for the east squad were Judy Hunt, Lucille Ellis and Nancy Ness. The junior division west team took two out of three games to complete the western sweep. Monroe Sand & Gravel/G&L Body and Eagles Auxiliary/ Larry's and Irv's made up the west team and Valley Concrete/VFW, Joplin Paving/Community Chest compris- ed the estate team. Girls from the Curley Johnston/Kiwanis team split between the two all-star teams. In the first game, the west squad won, 7-6. The east team came back to control the second game, 12-10 and the west finished the series by winning 5-2 in the final contest. In those games: For the west, Tammy Creswell punched out four home runs, Tammy Thorpe and Pam Vanderweyst had triples and outstanding defensive games were turned in by Vander- weyst and Janice Trenbreath. There were two double plays by the west squad. For the east, Tracy Kern and Gina Wagoner belted four sackers and Colleen Belcher and Teresa Phillips had a pair of doubles. A triple play performance was turned in by the east squad. Coaches in the junior division were Brian Phillips and Debbie Adams for the east and Chuck Davis and Robin Richards for the west. For Some Senior Citizens Property tax exemption benefits for retired homeowners 62 years or older and disabled persons have been extended by the Legislature and are expected to meet with Gay. Dixy Lee Ray's approval, according to Robert Shaw, Snohomish County assessor. The exemptions begin with 1978 taxes and to be eligible, senior citizens and disabled persons must apply to the assessor's office before Oct. 1, 1977, Shaw said. To qualify, income must be no more than $8,000. Applicants must have owned and occupied their house or mobile home on Jan. 1, 1977 and been a resident of the state for three years or have occupied the residence for at least two years preceding the year the claim is fried. Other income and exemption provisions include: Eligible taxpayers with income of $6,000 or less are exempt from regular property taxes on up to $5,000 of valuation on their residence, plus an exemption from all excess levies on their property. Those with incomes between $6,001 and $7,000 are exempt from all excess levies. Those with incomes between $7,001 and $8,000 are exempt from one-half of all excess levies. Shaw said that those taxpayers with incomes of $6,000 or less, who have already filed a claim with the county assesor for exemption in 1978 will automatically be considered for exemption when the changes in the law take effect. In figuring annual income, claimants need only include two-thirds of their social security benefits, federal Civil Service retirement or railroad retirement benefits, Shaw said. Wagner Mill Topic of Historical Program Monroe Historical SocietyPaul Graden and Emma meets at 8 p.m. Tuesday, Nelson will speak and new June 21 at the Monroe PUDslides of the Wagner Mill auditorium, taken in 1897 will be shown. SERVICEMAN at COAST TO COAST Let us repair your washers, dryers, ranges and dish washers -- (most makes). Our service charge is $12.50 for the first hour and $10.00 per hour thereafter. Parts not included. Call 794-7564 or Duvall 743-7659. ? lnlu /~UlIIUHI[~ r. Division 1. Monroe Sand & Gravel/ G&L BOdy 2. Valley Concrete/VFW 3. Joplin Paving/Commun- ity Chest 4. Eagles's Auxiliary/Larry's & Irv's 5. Curley-Johnston/Kiwanis r. Division 1. Valley Farm 2. Coast-to-Coast/Wolfkill 3. Monroe Boosters/Sinter- plast 4. Men & Lady Lions 4. Monroe Hardware 4. Western Tire/Eastern Meats So long as a man fixes his ~ttention upon the superfi- ial things in life, it is dif- icult for him to excel in orldly wisdom. I I Tender Knit Easy Quality Controlled Valley Church Directory Faith Center Assembly of God Rev. AI Stivala, 334-5959 Church. 794-8598 Corner. Lewis & MacDougal Sun. 9:45 a.m., 6:30p. m. Wed. Family Night 7 p. m. Monroe Community Chapel Pastor AI Starling. 794-4302 Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Morning Worship II a. m. Sunday Eve. Bible Study, 7 p. m. Wed. Family Night at the Church. 7p.m. 23515 Old Owen Rd. 794-4440 Non-Denomination Monroe Bethel Church United Methodist Church Rev. H.M. Gering, 794-7708 Rev. Ken Countryman 1405 W. Main Street Family Worship 10 a.m. Sunday/Church School 9:45 a. m. Followed by Church School Evening Worship 6 p. m. 338 S. Lewis 794-8863 Wed. Family Night, 7 p. m. First Congregational Church Monroe First Baptist Church Larry S. Baker. Interim Pastor Lewis & MacDougal Streets Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Morning Worship and Morning Worship 11 a. m. Church School, 10:30 a.m. Evening Worship 7 p. m. 1--329-8647 Monroe Seventh Day Adventist Church Pastor Gary Christianson Sabbath School 9:15 a. m. Church II a.m. W~ed. Prayer Meeting, 7:30 p. m. Community Service Center, 10--3 Tuesdays Monroe Church of Christ Temporary Meeting Place East Co. Sr. Citizeng Center 12730 Chain Lake Rd., Monroe 10:00 a.m., Sunday School 11:00 a.m., Worship 6:30 p. m., Evening Worship Skykomish Valley Baptist Church Independent Fundamental IOOF HaII--S. Lewis St.. Mollroe Sundt(v School IOA.M. ' Morning Worshtp 11,4. M. Evening Worsht)q 5 P. M. Tuesday Night Prto,t,r 7 P. M. JAil services intcrl,reted lbr the deq~ Pastor G. T. Morrison -- 778-5834 Attend the Your Choice U.S.D.A.Choice Steer th/s Sunday --PEATTES SUCED BACON Wme for B.L.T.'s 79 lb. Gorton's 10-to-pkg. Freah Fro-en pkg. 1 N iBath _:. ,o , q 'i pllq e Colors ,; Ltssue i] L I ', {, ,l'g I1 ,t ! , Hot 40 oz. fin lBReg. " 'IS Adult ,~aungtasses I| 1 lb. Nabisco / 48 or. 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