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Monz e 11/72 ll/7 11/73 iI/7 f A $473,191 building bond issue to fund and equip a new $3 million high school complex is slated to be placed on the November 4 gen- era/ election ballot, following action by Mon- roe School Board members Monday evening. Board members approved a resolution with a ballot title, requesting the Snohomish County Auditor to place the question on theba/lot, Mon- roe School Superintendent Royston Cottam said. The bonds will be issued forl5years and over that period, Cottam calculated that on a $30,000 home, it would cost a taxpayer about $9.86 per year on the principal, or about 82 cents per month. "The board feels that that's a good bargain, considering the fact that the total cost includes equipping the building too," Cottam said. He said the board planned to convert the present high school into a three year junior high, allowing for an expanded vocational train- ing program and the existing middle school would become an elementary facility, replacing Cen- tral school. In addition, Cottam said, Central would be used for office space and a ware- house. A building bond issue committee has been formed and persons interested in serving on the committee may contact the school district office at 794-7777. A similar measure, although higher, was de- feated at the polls a year ago. THE MONROE Police Department was the host agency for the monthly meeting of the Snohomish County Chief's of Police and Sheriff's Officers Association last Friday at the London Inn. Monroe Chief DoCo Nau- man, second from left at the head table, was re-elected president of the organiza- tion and Mukilteo Chief Bill Drew, to the left of Nauruan, was selected secretary- treasurer. %he Association meets once a month to discuss common law enforcement problems and methods. At far left is Sno- homish County Sheriff Jay Harvey. --Staff Photo MONROE, SNOHOMISH COUNTY, WASH.- THURSDAY, Sept.18, 1975 NO. 36 Council 0 i In an effort to not only demonstrate their sale at the high school office. support of the Monroe School District extra- The MBC is also assisting the student body FO[ t C h curricular program, but to assist the junior in seeking more sponsors for merchant rues- El 'I and high school student bodies in the funding sages on the football field grand stands. , of those activities, the Monroe Booster Club has planned an energetic schedule of fund Monroe Youth Killed, . Recommendations for continued development George Kopper and George Ness, all of Monroe. raising drives oI an industrial park, made by the Monroe Plan- After reviewing plans for the development "The Booster Club members feel that what the students are doing is great (committing Throe Others lturt ning Commission, were adopted by the Monroe on September 10, the planning commission sub- $24,000 for the program) and we want to show City Council last Wednesday evening, mitted three recommendations to the city coun- The industrial park, a 20 acre site near thecil. _ the students that the community is behind them, " city hall complex on West Main Street, is being The recommendations include provisions for Gary Drivstuen, one of the co-chairmen of the 0De Car Accident developed by the Monroe Development Corn- a green belt at specific areas, completion of an fund raising events, said puny, comprised by Myron Gohl, Jack Law, access road from West Main Street prior to While the students have assured the Monroe An 18 year-old Monroe youth was killed and School Board they would be responsible for three other local teenagers injured as a result occupancy of building #3 and closing Monroe $24,000 to finance the entire extra-curricularof a one car accident Saturday evening at a fur- Street within 60 days of the date of issuance / G / Ey8 of a building permit for building #3. urogram,,to chipin $1,000nt just sportS,and has,, nowthe MBCset a secondfferedgoal Snohomish.al intersection midway between Monroe and 8/78fC7 S Ccunctlmen were hesitant to concur with the of raising $10,000 to take some of the. pres- Dale L. Jelinek, 17631 16Ist Street S.E., Mon- recommendations, in fact, they considered de- sure off the kids," Drivstuen said. roe, died early Sunday morning, about three ]V A/f W Attorneyleting some of them, bUtcarleton KnappeWerethatadvisedif they bYdtdCitYnot First on the fund raising agenda Drivstuen hours following the accident, Washington State accept all of the recommendations or reject said would be to add new members to the Patrol trooper Hideo Lambley said. MBC. A membership drive is underway, head- According to Lambley, Jeltnek, the driver, the entire package, changes would have to be ed by Drivstuen and Larry Whttfield, with a $5was southbound on 167th Street, about five With an eye toward beginning construction be- returned to the planning commission, membership not only valid for a full year, butmiles east of Snohomtsh, when the vehicletrav- fore the end of the year, Valley General Hos- The Monroe Development Company has been entitles the new member to free admission to eled through an intersection with the Trombley pital Administrator Ross Godard has been bus- quite anxious to obtain a permit to begin con-the October 17 Monroe homecoming contest. Road and struck a bank. A high rate of speed tly wrapping up numerous loose ends concern- struction of the third structure and acceptance Students as well as several Monroe business- and defective brakes contributed to the cause ing the remodeling project, of the plan by the planning commission and con- es will be selling the memberships, of the accident, Lambley said. "I'm hopeful we'll be able togettheproject curancebythecitycounctlwasnecessarybefore In November the club is planning a three Passengers in the car that were injured, underway within the next couple of months," a permit could be issued. Godard said. "We're in the process of putting Several councilmen voiced objections to the month long scrap metal drive, headed by Harry none seriously, and taken to Valley General Price. Hospital, Monroe, were Eldon L. King, 18, Route everything together for state approval." recommended closure of Monroe Street and oth- 2, Monroe, with face lacerations and abrasions; , Valley Genera/ gained state approval earlier era suggested the time requirements for the Joe Witherow is in charge of planning an auc- Richard L. Sell, 18, Route l, Snohomtsh, broken this Summer to proceed with plans to constructgreen belt provisions could be extended tton. a 16,800 square foot addition onto the presentand further studied. In addition, the club plans to sponsor the nose and scalp lacerations; and JamesA.Stans- facility. Councilman Lloyd Helm framed a motion to Monroe - Sultan alumni contest, September 27, berry, 18, Box 426, Monroe, facecuts and abras- The $1.5 million plan allows for housing 32 8 p.m. on the local field. Mrs. Gary Drivstuenions. acute care beds, new lab and x-ray facilities,(Continued on Page 3) and Mrs. John Btersnez' are in charge of making All three were treated and released from the new emergency entrance and rooms, a new the arrangements and tickets, at $1.50 are on hospital. admissions area and administrative offices. The old portion will be used for additional storage, enlarged dining area and expansion of the alcoholic treata nent center facility. The project will lYe funded through issuance of about $I million in revenue bonds. Godard said that although he hasn't re- ceived official notification, it was indicated that the hospital's application to the county zon- ing adjustor concerning the project had been approved last week. In addition, Godard said that final schematic plans were being completed and readied for submission to state authorities. The Index Sports- men's Club plans to sponsor a "Turkey Shoot" beginning at 11 a.m., September 21. The day long event, featuring marksmen from throughout the valley, will be held at the Index Sportsmen's Park, located about a half mile west of town. Lunch will also be served and games will be played throughout the afternoon. There is no admis- sion fee and the public is invited to attend. Carl Cummings Service Today Funeral services will be held for Carl Cum.- mings at 1 p.m., to- day, Thursday, in the Purdy and Kerr Chap- el, Monroe, under the direction of Purdy and Dawson Funeral Home. Interment will er Jobs in the Puget Sound area before re- turning to Monroe in 1960 when he owned and operated Carl's Var- iety Store for nine years. He was a mem- ber of the Snohomtsh Lions Club and the Ev- Donald Moos, direc- tor of the Washington State Department of Fisheries is schedul- ed to dedicate three new channels at the station of the Wallace River, a settling pond and two new resi- dences for hatchery personnel. Merton Nordby, sixth follow in the Monroe erett Elks. Skykomtsh Salmon grade teacher at Sul- I.O.O.F. Cemetery. Mr. Cummings leav- Hatchery, on Highway tan grade school, will es his wife, Doris, at2 between Startup and be masterofceremon- Mr. Cummings, one home, three daught- Gold Bar, September ies and Boy Scout of this communities era, Mrs. Raymond R. 20 at 12 noon. Troop 52 will present most friendly andpop- (Carol Rose) Ryan of The new asphalt the flag c remony. ular busInessmen, re- Castle Rock, Mrs. channels are each Sultan high school band cently associated with Clifford (Dorothy) 1,000 feet long and will play the national Monroe Realty, was Clickner of Medera, more than double the anthem and invocation born February 15, 1909 California and Mrs. capacity of the hatch- will be given by Rev- in Newcastle, Wyom- David B. (SUsan) Nel- ery. erend Gary Nelson, ing, and came to Mon- son of Bitburg, Ger- Currently, there are pastor of the Skykom- roe with his .parents when he was 14 years old. He married Doris V. Matthews-Bayly in 1930 and for many years was employed by Stretch's Grocery in Monroe..He later op- erated a grocery store in Snohomish and worked at various oth- many; eight grand- children; a brother, Roy, of Snohomish and several nieces and nephews. Memortals may be made to theHeart Fund in care of Mrs. Chrys- over a million Silver Salmon and a half mil- lion Chinook Salmon in two of the rearing channels, whtle the third, with a gravel bottom, ts being used for incubation and tsh Valley Church of the Nazarene. The hatcherY] is #c- oated on the north side of Highway 2, behind Sacta's berry farm, between Startup and Gold Bar. tal Cochran, chair- rearing. The hatchery has man, 415 Avenue B, Included in the ad- grown from a two to Snohomish. dttton is a pumping five man operation. SULTAN VOLUNTEER FIREMAN Gone Predhomme washes down spilled gasoline while Washington State Patrol Troop- er David Rheaume looks on following an overturned van accident last Friday after- noon on Highway 2 between Monroe and Sultan. The driver, John R. Malgesini, 41, Route 2, Everett, was not hurt, and told investigating officers that he was headed east bound on SR 2 when he moved over to allow vehicles to pass. The driver said his wheels apparently went off the pave- ment, into the dirt and the one ton van rolled over. No citations were issued. --Staff Photo