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Page Twop Monitorf Monroer WA. Sept. 13a 1973 Aimin9 For Seven Percent Cutback... PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY Entered as Second Class Matter at the Post Office at Monroe, Washington, under the Act of March 3, 1898. MEMBER L oclaUon - r m Kt SUBSCRIPTION RATES Monroe, Skykomtsh and Snoqualmte Valleys, per year $5.00. Outstde Monroe, Skykomtsh and Snoqualmie Valleys $6.00. Official Newspaper of the City of Monroe and Town of Skykomtsh. Address all mail to Post Office Box No. 399, Monroe, Washington 98272. Editor & Publisher .......... Howard Voland Offtce Manager .......... Althea Hendrtckson Advertising ................ Bruce Healy ,News Editor .............. Dick Baldwin omment... Well the Turks and Bearcats are going :to have at it again --the inter-valley rivalry, five decades in existance, will come off again this Friday evening at Sul- tan after two seasons tn retirement. From the record book, and thanks to Tom Sofle of Sultan, the Cats' have dumped the Turks 36 times while the Sultanites have claimed victory 11 times. Three times dur- ing the 50 years the teams have worked themselves into a tie situation. The record also shows the Turks last victory was in 1960. And. any way you want to chop the grid- iron. this Friday's go should be worthy of a Howard Cosell commentary. Both squads have raps for outstanding defensive play, consequently the best offense should be the catalyst for victory. And the way we feel about it we don't care who wins in-so-long as its the Bear- cats. Snohomtsh County PUD is launch- ing a vigorous campaign to effect an immediate seven per cent reduction in usage of electricity of all of its 106,000 industrial, commercial and residential customers. The voluntary curtailment pro- oram being initiated by the utility pefully will eliminate the nec- esstty of mandatory curtailment later on if the power supply situation remains critical. PUD Manager W.G. Hulbert, Jr. said the current regional power Plans Worked Out For Tax flefunds Two alternatives have been out- lined to handle refund of overpay- ments on 1973 property taxes Sno- homtsh County Assessor Jim Haines said. Haines, working tn cooperation with County Treasurer Verne Stevers, has been computing the amount of overpayment on each parcel of land in the county. Earlier this Summer the State Supreme Court chopped two mills off the 22 mill basic tax assess- ments. The decision came about through voters approval of SJR 1 and Initiative 44 on last November's ballot which limited real and per- sonal property to 20 mills with the court ruling the measure applted to 1973 assessments and collections. The assessor said one mill was reduced from the state's two mill levy for public asststance and the 'other mill cutback was pro-rated for all taxing districts such as schools, sewer, water, cities, counties and Fire Calls Junior taxing districts. County wide, the rollback will re- flect an estimated $3 million reduc- tion. ; Following atre last Week'il calls answer~K1 by Monroe Fire Department as reported byFire Chief Jim Crawford: September 9, shortly after 6 a.m., volunteers Taxpayer, s who already haye paid their 1973 property taxes' full will be issued a refund checkkby Some- time in late November, Sievers.said. Persons who paid only the first crisis has been brought about by an acute shortage of water throughout the entire Columbia River water- shed. "Almost 90 per cent of the elec- tricity used tn the Pacific North- west is generated at hydro-electric dams on the Columbia and other Northwest streams and rivers," he said. "Since the beginning of 1973 the area has experienced a serious de- ficiency of water supply due to sub- normal precipitation and a light snow pack last winter. This has resulted in substantial underfilling of reser- voirs and some restrictions on the use of available water for electric oeneration. It has been impossible supply generation to carry exist- ing load and, at the same ttme, store water to be used for generation dur- ing this next winter's heavy load season." In addition to the possibility of the worst water conditions in 95 years, other contributing factors have com- pounded the problem Hulbert noted. "These include delay in in- stallation of new hydro generating units, forced outages at existing hydro sites due to mechanical and technical difficulties, the inability of the Centralia Steam Plant to gener- ate at full capacity due to air pol- lution restrictions and delay in com- pletion of the Trojan Nuclear Plant." "Obviously, some precipitation will be forthcoming during the Fall and Winter although it is not known at this time whether it will be suf- ficient to materially improve power generation capability. In fact, it is somewhat doubtful that reservoirs will fill sufficiently to insure ade- quate power generation for the fol- lowing year," Hulbert added. The PUD is making every att.empt to lead the way by setting a good example during the current shortage Hulbert said. The utility has curtailed all non- essential night time lighting as well as reducing the lighting, heating and cooling level in all utility buildings and properties throughout the county Names New to the maximum extent possible on a 24 hour per day basis. All PUD employees have been en- couraged to conserve on individual use of electricity in their homes and a suggested list of ways to con- serve has been furnished them for theirpersonal use and to advise their friends and neighbors on ways to cut back on their use of electricity. In a recent letter to the larger industrial and commercial bus- inesses in Snohomish County Hulbert explained the critical regional pow- er situation and requested their im- mediate help in reducing electrical loads by at least seven per cent. Suggestions for reducing electric consumption by business and indus- try (ncluded reducing lighting levels, eliminating unnecessary lighting, lowertng heating thermostats four degrees, raising air conditioning thermostat settings to 80 degrees, turning off all electrical apparatus when not in use and conserving on the use of hot water. I I I Funeral Home 441 Main Monroe, Wash. 9827'2 "Serving others as we would "wish to be served..." C.W. Kerr, Gen. Mgr. Monroe 794-7049 - Carnation 333-4i79 '- , j I _!)l '- . ..... 'INSURANCE IS YOUR CONSTANT half of their 1973 property tax will ..... answered analarmfor a car flre on South Blakely be given a credttonthetr secondhalf Silver -,vmn" Mr. Ahem, 51, of sman Club has sched- 610 Elizabeth Street, F. Kemper Freeman, Monroe, died Sept- uled its 26 annual trap Sr., president and and turkey shoot Sept- chairman of the First ember 4 in a Seattle ember 16 from 11 a.m. Mutual Savings Bank hospital following an till dusk. Board announced the When Bert Spada, extendedHe was illness.born Dec- The popular event, appointment of Wil- long time resident of ember 19, 1921, andhad which usually attracts ltam E. Tremper to Index, speaks with a been a resident of the numerous outdoor en- the board of trustees thick accent of ther Monroe area for 10 thustasts up and down A 1948 graduate of old country, he re- years. He entered the the valleys ts the the U of W, Tramper ferrs to htsnattveland Snohomtsh National major annual fund is a certified public of Italy. Guard unit in 1939 raising project for accountant with Wing, It has been a while and retired in 1964. the club and helps Tramper and Slater. since Spada has visit- He was employed by maintain the parkand He replaces his ed his homeland, how the Washington State facilities, father, Edward T. ever he has been an- Reformatory in Men- A full course lunch Tremper, who is mov- tertaintng a nephew roe as a correctional will be served and trig into a financial from Italy for thepast (ffftcer. there will be adult and consultant position month. " Mr. Ahem leaves childrens games, with the bank. Guido Spada, 24, his wife, Marguerite, The park is located from Padova, Italy. of Monroe; two daught- about one half mile Natives of Seattle, graduated from Pad- ers. Patricta Ahem West of town and di- Tremper and hiswife, ova University with a of Seattle and Pare- rectton signs will be Jane, have three degree in forestry ela of the home; his posted, daughters, in July. parents, Mr. and Since arriving for Mrs. Michael Ahem his stay with the Spada Of Arlington; flvests- Gun Safety Ourse Set family in Index, Bert tars, Mrs. Dolores says they have done a Sunley of Sacramento, lot of sightseeing and California, Mrs. Rob- The annual Monroe State Wildlife Agent says Guido is tm- erta Kennedy of Seat- Rod and Gun Club gun Jerry Neal of Monroe pressed with thelarge tie, Mrs. Mary Treen safety course has will present a safety scale logging opera- of Concord, Caltfor- been scheduled for film and other course ttons in the valleys. n ta, Mrs. Dorothy September 19 and 20 atmaterial. The young man, who Hauser of Newport 7:30p.m. at the Men- speaks fluent Italian. Beach, California and roe Fire Station. Those successfully German, French and Mrs. Nancy S vade],- The two day pro- completing the pro- Spanish is also eager ena of Everett, three gram provides train- gram will be awarded to learn English and In'others, Frank of ing and testing for all a certificate and willhopes to" eventtudly Fernwood, Idaho, Tom youngsters 12yearsof be eligible for ahunt-tour through Canada of Everett and Daniel age and older to meet license, and Alaska. of Bellevue. requirements for oh- Youths who have at- In the meantime, Arrangements were taintng a state hunt- tended p r e v t o u sGuido plans to re- under the direction of Ing license, courses are not re- turn to school in Italy Purdy and Kerr Fun- There is no charge quired to renew their to earn a Doctorate eral Home. for the course and certification, degree tn forestry. Street. Damage was undetermined, tax statement Sievers said. In other Ken Leckvold was I September 90 tn the afternoon, the atd car re- words, those who have not paid their named as a new sales- sponded to a one car injury accident near the property taxes for the entire year man for Curley and Make sure your mobile home living comes off without I French Creek Grange, The call was Just outside will not recetve a refund, but recetve Johnston Ford in a hitch. Let us show you how United Pacific/Reliance I the fire district boundary and the crew stood-by a reduced second half tax statement. Monroe. Snohomisb travel trailer.coverage_gives you complete protection on I ano off the mgnway. I=conomical premiums and speedy I until proper authorities arrived. For persons who have not patd the Leckvold, who has ...... claims service are Just two of the many features of this i September 7. in the afternoon, the aid car full amount already, second half tax been in the automobile on wheelsll Protection with reliance. . I responded to Sheri Lynn Beauty Salon on North statements reflecting the rollback industry for 17 years, J Hear pairs ] Insurance. Give us acal, and let's talk about your home I Lewis Street to assist a lady that had collapsed, will be Issued by October 1. They has lived in the great-| on spo* | tVhrtflel, J become due on October 31. er Everett area all of Ion molz makel and modeZl [ For further Information taxpayers his life. | $4.76 plus pens I GravesJde Index Club should contactthecountyassessor,s Prior to pursuing a [ComplezeoverbaubavaLlab)eJ !rance I oHlce at 259-9433 or the treasurer at career in the auto bus-l 2(P/odiscountforI Service Held Hosts Annual ""-"'0" manymagicianiness' hesandc hWasoturedo,." -..-.. , . 79, 71 ^ / Gravestde services Bank Names JSONOTONI J 'NITE;D/R I were held last Sat- Qhnn El ~C urday atthe I.O.O.F. 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