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Page Two, Monitor, Monroea WA. August 2. 1973 PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY Entered as Second Class Matter at the Post Office at Monroe, Washington, under the Act: of March 3, 1898. [ II I III I ews ram By MICK1E HENRY 677-2219 It was a beautiful day and the largest turn- out ever for the annual railroad picnic last week. I I MEMBER Sunday at the ball park. Norm and Clarice McCausland and Ethel and Many old timers were present as well as a host Asa Cass returned from a vacation to California of the younger generation. Families and friends and Nevada. brought picnic lunches, there were games for On their return trip they stopped in Crescent Auool,.tlon..Found 1088 young and old alike and a good time was had by City and visited Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Handy and daughter Arlene and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde SUBSCRIPTION RATES all. *** Wilson. They visited Eva Nelson in Brooklngs, Monroe, Skykomlsh and Snoqualmie Valleys, per LeRoy F. Key will be assuming duties this Oregon and Elmer and Elizabeth Buss in Flor- year $5.00. Outside Monroe, Skykomtsh and Fall as Principal and football coach at Friday ence, Oregon. Snoqualmte Valleys $6.00. Official Newspaper Harbor. LeRoy ts the son of Pinky and Frank They missed Pat LaChapelle so phoned him of the City of Monroe and Town of Skykomlsh. Key, former owners of the Sky Chalet Restaurant, on their return home. He is fine and is still Address all mail to Post Office Box No. 399, and will soon be moving with his family to the working - filing saws. Allthelroldfrlends were Monroe, Washington 98272. island community. *** in good health. *** Editor & Publisher .......... Howard Voland Office Manager .......... Althea Hendrickson The Red Cross learn-to-swim program spon- Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Rositer and Grandson, Advertising ................ Bruce Healy sored by the Skykomtsh schools was concluded Jeffrey Cole, of Marysvtlle were guests at the News Editor ............... Dick Baldwin for the season on July 20. Youngsters were home of Mr. and Mrs. Art Bean on Tuesday. - ' Mabel and Art celebrated Mabel's birthday tn transported by one of the school buses to Flow- Seattle at the Devlin and Goupaul homes. Ing Lake for the lessons. Those qualifying in the various categories Young Jerry Austln,*** =,orrlrr er1[... were: Facefloat. DavidSnider, DavidBanham, son of the Roy Austlns, Eddie Waiters, Janetta Waiters, Ntcole Pavon, Just returned from a flve-day trip to LaCrosse, ...... 1o 20 20 Becky Snlder, Donnie Walch, Ken and Kathy Wisconsin by Amtrak. He traveled with Mrs. 2s Wise, Julie Hawkins, Debble and Kevin Blaine Foresburg and son Eric of Wenatchee. The two I=o '---- o Here is an Associated Press wire ser- and Sand Frazter. . boys made the trip home by themselves. 21 'ImP 1! vice item that didn't gain much attention Back float: Leslie Walch, Ken and Kathy *** [[|[ A FEW MINUTES il Wise, Julle Hawkins, Debble and Kevin Blaine, Nooks and crannies: The John Maloneyshave 1o recovered their dog who was missing during a q from the daily press recently even though Sandy Frazler, Shane Anderson, Coco andDavid stay tn Bellingham... Donna Gibson, Ruth 2s II WILL MEAN S MUCH " its implications could have a far reaching Sntder and Lisa Vorderbrueggen. . =o effect for all members of the newsmedla. Beginner swimmer: Ken Wise, Johnna Wal Golick and Julte Rosebach spent a couple of days ,o I[. ,. In fact, as far as we're concerned, its ters, Julle Hawkins. Tyann Temple. Kevin at the home of Jim and Marilyn McKinnon in IJA| TO YOUR FAMILY Blaine, Coco Snider and Roro Monaghan. Ad- Sequtm... Celebrating birthdays this weekare =2o= II|! IN THF FIJTIIRI: Robert Datema, Jack Mosley, Nettle Okerlund, o..rUt ............ !. just another attemptat squelching freedom vanced beginner: Tena Taranttno and Kathy Howard Jones and Doug Httchcock. LastFriday ,---= of the press. Frazter. Intermediate swimmer: Tena Tarantlno, Don- young Crailz Gallagher was II years old. Mr. and s "Clarkston, Asotin County, -- (AP) -- nie Walch, Candy Olsen, Dawn Cordell, Heidt Mrs. Bert olerwUlbecelebrattngthetrweddtng l= The police blotter in this eastern Wash- Cordell, Kathy Frazier. Julie Anderson, Patty anniversary on Wednesday. ...... ington town will remain aclosedbooktothe Williams, and David Banham. Swimmer: Candy *** =o /aK,ng a minute- now--m investigate the Pete ez " g . . public and press under a legal opinion of Olsen. *** mouth shuts :is whenTWyougdre tlmeSswlmmintO keePand whenYUr benefits of pre-arrangements may provide , the city attorney. " The Ul Wind: Bill Cunningham is back in the you're angry." io the answer to msunng your family's future "S. DeanArnold'sopinionwaspresented V.A. Hospital in Seattle... We hear that Ethel I = as . security and peace of mind. Our staff will berries with her husband, Asa... Very sorry .... I be happy to answer all questions -- tele- to the city council after a letter from an Cass broke her leg while out picking black- Idaho newspaper protesting closed Clark to learn that Bill Robert:son's mother died last Monroe Youth i TS, Valley phone anytime without obilgation. sign Police Department records was sent = , ,o 1o I ana is ii to the council. Senate Committee To . 20 20 heJrrrnrl | Snohom,sh County2s . IIOI ,C;;U I! ILH I ,=,m =o ca,.. "Arnold emphasized the distinction he (From Page l) I ..e i! made between city matters, papers, The hearing is slated for 9 a.m. memoranda and files and public records. August 3 ,o roo=.33 the Auto Theft I COAST I': ill II Public records, he said, are open to the Lands Building in Olympia. I Publlshed Nov. 1908 I; i} II I I The proposed bill would authorize counties such as, Snohomtsh, Pierce .......... i va,,aole or II 1o IS | , , ..... /Ul first Street 1o public and by 'public' we mean individuals, A five minute Joy I , ., ,, . l, =o l| I ' ' .... .... the news media or any person without re=- and Spokane, to levy up to an ad- rme enaea m me . I, gard to what his interest or realign might dittonal .03 per cent sales tax to Denny Youth Center J/IiA ' [I I' Snohomish, WA |: subsidize public transportation as in Everett for a 14 I= '1,o [J , I ,41k dtt-tt l D;al 568-4126 ,o be.' well as other publtc works proJects. .year old Monroe.boyIStationeryll: [| [[ I: "But police records don't become public Presently, King County lstheonly last Friday mornmg I I 2,Im I I .., 2. 'until a complaint is prepared, signed and authorized county in the state that according to theMon- I I im , , t 0me uwneu may operate the program, roe Police Depart- ' .................. , ..... .... filed in a court of competent jurisdiction.' Woody was optomistic the mea- ment. "Crime reports prepared by policemen sure would gain a "do pass" nod Ed Utterback, 544 from the committee and said if that South Blakely Street, . are not public until they reach a court in was the case, it should be on the Monroe, reported that f some form, according to this interpreta- Senate's September session agenda, his carhad been stolen " He said that Snohomtsh County al- from the front of his lion." Now, ff that isn't a crock of malarkT -- telling the people they are not entitled to know what's going on in their own com- munity. S. Dean Arnold's opinion isn't very legal under the U.S. Constitution. Tunnel Days, Picnic DrawNear A parade, games, at 1 p.m. A host of food, races and a tug-activities are planned of-war are among for the remainder of some of the many act- the afternoon. lvities planned for the Sunday's Fireman's annual Skykomish Picnic festivities are Tunnel Days and Fire- slated to begin at 10 man's Picnic celebra- a.m. Proceeds from lion scheduled AUg- the picnic go toward ust 11 and 12, Sky- the department equip- komish Chamber of ment fund. Commerce President Darrel Joselyn said. The Tunnel Days The weekend's listof Committee ts cam- festivities are ached-prised of Chamber of tried to get underway Commerce members Saturday at 11 a.m. and Skykomish Fire with the parade follow- De.partment person- ed by a beef barbeque ne . Monroe WWl Barracks To Host District Lunch Monroe World War 1 Barracks No. 2379 and the Ladies Auxiliary will host all District No. 3 Bar- racks for a noon luncheon August 4 at the Odd Fellows Hall in Mon- roe. District No. 3 Barracks Comman- der Axel Nelson will preside at the Barracks meeting following the lun- cheon. Mabel Smith, district aux- iliary president, will call the Ladies Auxiliary meeting to. rder. The Monroe Barracks and Aux- iliary will begin their regular meet- ing August 8 with apotluck luncheon. The meeting will be held at the Con- Ereegatlonal Church Hall. 309 South wis Street, Monroe. R.E. Montagne is the Barracks commander and Mayme Montagne is the Auxiliary president. The organizations will hold separ- ate meetings after the lunch. ready has a Metro board, however they have limited funds to work with. If the bill clears both the House and Senate it would authorize the Metro board and County Commissioners to impose the additional tax or it could be placed on a ballot before the elec- torate. Woody said he requested the hearing due to the concern about bridge boat ramp. lack of public transportation tnSno- The Juvenile was homish county, mainly the East charged with grand county area. larceny, auto theft. home at about 1 a.m. July 27. About five minutes later, Officers Bob Holman and Chuck Myers found the car and the youth on the hravel pit road near e Lewis Street I II I II I "My teeth are all mine. I don't mean I paid for them, I was born with the 'lAnd we can attribute it, I think, to the calcium in milld' Milk has something for every body,. Even Diahann Carmllk California.Oregon.Washington Dairymen Mattresses & Box Springs immons, Ir/ Examplos: Twin Size Mattress & Box Spring Set Full Size Sets Queen Size Sets King Size Sets. (No Repeats, Applies Only To Stock On Hand) LN. Lewis Monroe I 794-7505 I