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Page Two, Monitor, Monroe, WA,July 31, 1975 Once again tvk)nroe national Understand- Monroe area. They O n roe Jaycee families and ing Through Students. were hosted by Mr. i j IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF friends hosted foreignThis year's group in- and Mrs. Joe Keenan, re a. st,,, '-4"rots rec nt 'I. The cluded 30 students, allMr. and Mrs. Bob m AND FOR SrCOHOMISHcouNTY PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY Iocal club set up the of whom were bankers McCatty, Mr. and ln the Matter of the Estate Entered as Second Class Matter at the Post -m-ram throu"h the in Japan. Eight stu- Mrs. Ran Wagner, all of Office at Monroe, Washington, trader the Act _e u . . .... ANTHONY J. DAVIS, of March 3, 1898. Foundation for Inter- aenrs srayea in rne of Monroe and Mr. Followingare calls and Mrs. Don Newquist answered by Monroe Deceased. Volunteer Fireman as NO. P45301 MEMBER of Sultan. reported by Chief Jim NOTICE TO CREDITORS 'E'II P' -PEIIA'mJ)AIIIR Monroe Students On ECC Honor R011 The students all show-Crawford: Notice is hereby given that ed an interest in the July 22, 2 p.m.Grass the undersigned has been ap- msoc/=t/on, r.ouna t I$U .... The following stu. and James PeMberton. American way of llfe fire on 179thStreet. No ,* ointed and has qualified as damage. Personal Representaiive of the SUBSCRIPTION RATES dents from Monroe High honors (3.6 to and were very inter- July 22, 10 p.m. Fire above-entitled estate; that Monroe. Skykomlsh and Snoqualmie Valleys, per earned gradeswhlch 3.99!- Sha ron__Bang_s,ested in day to day on Buck Island. Old all persons having claims against said deceased are year $6.00. Outside Monroe, Skykomtsh and qusatztea mem tar me maruyn marrow, uun- activities, picnic shelter was hereby required to serve the Sno:tualmte Valleys $7,00. Official Newspalmr :, ..uarter. h9nr Thomas,_Mtcha..el Anyone interetsed in burned; ........ -" same, duly verified, on the July 23, 5:45 p.m. said SHIRLEY JEAN DAVIS nfth City nf nnd Tnwn nf Sk vknm h rote at veretz t om- wen .ei, ana duatm hosting studefits can Grass ' firb near the ....... " .............. " ......... muntty College. Whitfteld. ddress all mail to Post Office Box No. 399, . or LEWIS A. HUTCHISON, Monroe, Washington 98272 sonars (3.2 to 3.59)- contact the UniversityWSR Honor Farm. her attorney of record at the 1Pd;fr~. g. I~,h|4=h.. " " H-w~'d Vni*nd Highest honors (4.0)- Lowell Anderson, Jr., July 23, 9:30 p.m. address below stated, and ............................................. Gall of Washington or the - .... ,.1oya urz una ,Jr., Jonn utmaggto, Aid call to 151 Charles Offme Mana rer .......... Althea Hendrlckson ............... local Jaycee chapter file the same with the clerk ..... --" - B "--- wllttam rtcKson, uarren, Ivncnaex Street. Patient was of the Court, together with ews e aitor UtCK amwm .......... ........... , .. ........ Stephen Groger, Tim- Jones, Jean Robert- for informaHon, transported by Do0- proof of such service within Actvertt~tu~ ............... ~,xtKe rurcell othy Hurley, Robert son, and Wesley Rob- Ear's Ambhlance to four months after July .31, Jaycees Host Japanese Visitors Women's News Editor .... Nellie Robertson Lentz, HomerLowber, inson. rment "The rapid growth in state government full- government employees is affected bylegislative time equivalent (FTE) employment in recent mandated salary increases, step increases, re- years appears to have leveled off," William B.classifications, promotions and other factors. Pilkey, executive vice president of the non- For example, tn 1974 the number of reclassi,f- governmental Washington State Research Court- ications and promotions of state government ctl said. State government FTE employment employees under the Jurisdiction of the De- totaled 58,061 in October 1972 compared to partment of Personnel amounted to about 19 57,533 in October 1973 and 57,652 in October per centof the total number of positions cev- 1974. ered. "Between October 1973 and Octoberl974state Salary figures should be treated with caution and local government FTE employment increas- when related to individual government em- ed less than one-half of one per cent while ployees, the Research Council emphasized. The payroll was up 7.3 per cedt and average sal- 1975 Legislature appropriated funds to support aries rose by 6.5 per cent," Pilkey added, an average 12 per cent salary increase to state ate 1973. The total 1974payroll represents about 10.3 per cent of total state personal income. During the one-year period ending October 1974 average monthly salaries of full-time coun- ty government employees increased by 9.4 per cent compared to 8.3 per cent for state govern- ment employees, 7.4 per cent for special district employees, 5 per cent for school dtstrtct em- ployees and 3.2 per cent for city government employees. The average monthly salary for full-time state and local government employees tn Washington in October 1974 was $963 which ranked Wash- The monthly compensation for st and local mployees under the Jurisdiction of the State and government employees amounted to $168 miUion Higher Education PersOnnel Board, faculty and in October 1974 compared to $156 million tn exempt staff of institutions of higher education and certain other state workers. Most employees did not receive exactly a 12 per cent salary adjustment. Some were higher, others lower. In addition, certain employees in the lower salary ranges under jurisdiction of the two personnel boards received an additional $15 per month increase. Figures used in the Research Council's re- port are based on annual publicatlons of the U.S. Bureau of the Census. IT NEEDS PROTECTION ington State eighth in the nation. State govern- ment employees had the highest average earnings Some CRizens with $991 and also ranked eighth in the nation, city employees at $988 ranked fifth, school dis- Supported Their COVER IT WiTH trtcts wlth $971 ranked eighth, special districts . , ,. with $927 ranked 11th while county employees LOCal t'OllCe had the lowest average salary, $827 and ranked ........ twelfth, monroe 1-*circe ntei State and local government employment has D,C. Naum.anpaidpub- CARRY=HOM[ grown from 13.8 per cent of the total private ltc trtm tem tour on- = and ubltc employmenb tn Washington State roe citizens during L-O ] ,RAt in !96 to 14.9 per cent in i974. During this five' quit iW.ednes, d.ay's etty .=. ==w 4 MtL year period, nongovernmental employment in: councu meeting. TOP QUALITY CLEAR PLASTIC creased 8.4 per cent while state and k al gov- Nauman. p.resented ernment employment rose by 16.6 per cent. an o tetra .nail, 250 The average monthly salary for full-ttme ruce nammona sq. ft. of $, tcnc at aPc rCei a- tough plastic tton for their asses- CALL FOR POLICE. FIRE EMERGENCY tance in helping detain folded 0n a handy 30 inch Monroe Community Chapel 23515 Old Owes Road Sunday School 9:45 Worship Service 11:00 Midweek Service 794-4440, Church 794-4302, Residence SULT.&N COMMUNITY METHODIST James Updike, Pastor 793-5901 a burglary suspect. He added that simi- lar cooperation from the public would make law enforcement eas- ter Sunday School, 9:45 a m Morning Worship, 11 a. m. SULTAN ASSEMBLY OF GOD Ray. J. Flaschers 793-7731 Sunday School, 9:45 a. rn. Morning Worship, II a.m. Evening Worship. 7 p.m. Wed. Bible Study, 7:30 p.m. GOLD BAR OPEN BIBLE STANDARD This Space MonrOe First Available Baptist Church S mday School 9:45 794-7116 Morning Worship 11 Evening Worship 7:( BETHEL CHURC H SUL TAN BAPTIST 1405 We~ Main Stzeet Ray. John Slosh, 793 1541 Homemakers, Ray. HA M. Gating, 794-7708 Sunday School, 9.45 a.m. Housewives, Sunday:Church School, :9:.45 Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Do-lt-Yourselfers, Evening Services 7 p.m., Campers, Gardeners Morn. WolshIp Ii. Evenlng6 Wed: Family Night, 7 p.m. First Congregational CHURCH STARTUP BAPTIST Lewis & MacDougail Streets Ray. F. Ewert, 793-2042 Morning Worship and Sunday School, 9:.45 a. m, Church School: 10:30 A.M.Morning Wonhip, 11 a.m. Larry S. Baker, Interim Pastor Evening Service, 7 p,. m, 1-329-8647 Wed. Bible Study, 7 p.m. MONROE FH-DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH Pastor Gary Chdstianson" FAITH CENTER Aasembly of God CARRY HOME is made only by WARP BROS. Chicago 60651 Displ /ed & Sold at These Hardware, Home & Garden Centers Coast ro Coast 101 E Mai ' Monroe B & E True Value Hardware 120 W. Main /V nroe Valley General Hasp- 1975 or within four months ital. after the filing with the clerk * * * July 26, 2 a.m. Aid of the Court of a copy of this Eligibility expires call to North Kelsey notice whichever is later, or August l, 1975, for 2.7 Street. No aid re- the same shall be barred, ex- million veterans dis- qulred, cept as to claimscoming charged between April July 26, 8:20 a.m. within the provisions of RCN 3, 1970, and August l, Truck fire atWolfkills 11.40.010. 1974, to apply for low- plant. SHIRLEY JEAN DAVIS cost Veterans Group July 26, 1:10 p.m. PERSONAL Life Insurance through Trash fire on the Ben REPRESENTATIVE the Veterans Adminis- Howard Road. No dam- Route 2, Box 52 tration, age. xtouroe, Washington 98272 Offers a Complete Line of Auto Parts New Location 215 N. Lewis 794-6500 _ SALES & SERVICE 794-5311 Monroe Shopping Center ;AIV SH 0 Hwy 2 Sultan ' '793-2202 HOMELITE & STIHL CHAIN SAWS Easy Catalog Way, 119 E. Main St. 794-7411 Monroe. Wash Gold Bar, Index, Snohombh Sultan. Startup call Toll Free ZEnith 9689 CRAIG RECORDER5 I in e lat - 79441141 : ,Mm Appliance Repair 101 E. Hill We Sell & Service Gordon Soma Insurance Agency Complete Insurance I03 1/2 West Main Ma,~oe, Wuhington 98272 PHONE: 794-8759 Dick's Tire Haus (Petrlsor's) Complete Ttre Serv. New, Used & Recaps 320 E. Main 794-7103 Wiring, Heating Air Conditioning Anne & Fremmont 794-6133 The Green House 568-4044 Complete service flodst with you in mind gift items books Hallmark line [Weddlnp & Funeralsi Next to Snohomlsh Auto P~ts G&L GLASS WORK AUTO BODY, PAINT 11 I/2.S.Lewts, 794-8i58 "The Lives We Save are in the Valley. " Experienced Emergency Medical Technicians Travel Agent MERCER ISLAND TRAVEL Big ;ings on Bicentennial Fares i i SALES & We offer speedy in-home serviceon all makes of televisions. Serving the entire Skykomish and Snohomi h Valleys. 113 E. Main Monroe Lewis A. Hutchison Attorney for Estate 114 South Lewis Street Monroe, Washington 98272 Phone: 794-4200 Published July 31, August 7 and 14, 1975 I r~,~l I BEN~ I FRANKLIN I =" FRA~ IKLIN ~.,J~ l STOVE WAS A BOON TO ~DLY H EATED HOMES OF HIS TiME ~,EFOR THE FRANKUN 5rOVE, MO~T HEAT WENT UP THE FLUE. I p cKS I I poo~,'s./',~/~ %" I I ,~~ I (~1975 lIEN FRANKLIN STORES LOB0 CANOPIES Stock or Made to Order Sales - Repairs 794-5300 next to Pan-Alaska H & J Custom UPHOLSTERY Pil lows Renewed $8 a pair Savoy Bldg., Main Street 794 -4477 Plumbing Supplies Window Glass Installation Electrical Supplies Housewares Paint Sporting Goods Hunting & Fishing Licenses Rata-Marie Service 120 W. Main Monroe Sewing Machine New Viking World's Only Non-Oiling Machine SALES REPAIRS RENTALS Viking Sewing Center 2709 Wetmore.Everett |EWIIG MEIIII Item=ca li~m C]mm I1= NI Mikes Repaired' ELNA The machine of the Future Free Estimates I19 W. MAIN ST. MONROE CALL Rev. Ralph Slag, 793-5755Ray. R. Andei~n. 794-8598 Sabbath School, 9:.15 a.m, Sunday School, 9:45;a.m. Comer Lewis & McDougal Ic~,.,~ 11. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Sun.. 9:4,5 - 11 a.m. - 7 p.m.JWed, prayer MeetingsT:30p.n Evening Service. 6:30 p.m.Wed.. Bible Study and J Communi" ty Serdce Cente'r Thurs. Bible Study. 7 p.m. Mla~onett=, 7 p. mr | 10 - 3 iTt!e- Monroe United Methodist Church Family Worship 10 a.m. Followed by Chu h School Ray. Ken CounuTman 338 S. Le'.,,,~ 794-8863 FOR POLICE, FIRE EMERGENCY Organic Fertilizers SACK - BULK - TON Washington State Permit No. 206 793-9035 Rt. 2, Box 402P Sultan, WA 98294