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r' ' omments... Monroe Schools Letters T Lunch Menu ..... Following is thelunch Th Editor menu to be served at P U B L I S H E D E V E R Y T H U R S D A Y Monroe Public.Schools Entered as Second Class Matter at the Post the week of September EDITOR: Office at Monroe, Washington, mder the Act 22 to 26. of March 3, 1898. Monday, September We read with interest your article regarding 22 - tater tot casse- the charge of involuntary manslaughter against MEMBER role, cole slaw, bread someone for removing a stop sign. We have and butter, apple- the problem here in Monroe continuously for L sauce cake and milk. one stop sign in particular. The stop sign for Tuesday, September persons coming out of the Sky Valley Race Aalociotion - Imded 1885 23 - beef vegetable Track is pulled up at least once a month if not stew, pickled beet, hot weekly. The last time they not only pulled the SUBSCRIPTION RATES roll and butter, peach- sign up but it disappeared. We have worried Monroe. Skykomtsh and Snoqualmie Valleys, per es and milk. that someone not knowing that they should stop year $6.00. Outside Monroe, Skykomish and Wednesday, Septem- there would come out on the Trombley Road Snoctualmie Valleys $7.00. Official Newspaper bet 24 - straw hats, and cars do come barreling down off the hill of the City of Monroe and Town of Skykomish. green peas, one half (much too fast) and hit them. Thank you. We Address all mail to Post Office Box No. 399, slice bread and but- hope these who have been removing the sign Monroe', Washington 98272. Once in a while our files or at that time and an ardent sports-ter, pudding and milk. will take note! Editor & Publisher .......... Howard Voland friends produce a picture worthy man; Cecil Campbell, Monroe Thursday, Septem- Zach and Dorothy Hawe Office Manager .......... Althea Hendrickson of publication though it is of days businessman and gung-ho corn- bet 25 - turkey and Route 1, Monroe News Editor .............. Dick Baldwin long gone by. muntty supporter; and last, at gravy on whipped po- Advertising ......... ......Mike Purcell The picture above show the Mon- the far right, Ketran Reardon, tatoes, green beans, .... Women's News Editor .... Nellie Robertson roe Town Council of 1940- 1948-- former state senator and prob- pumpkin cake and , , , , we were a fourth class munici- ably the finest writer that ever milk. - pal corporation at that time. Atservedyou as editor of the Men- Friday, September Funeral Comments the left ts Robert H. Follts, who roe Monitor. 26 - macaroni and later became mayor and brought cheese, spinach, one 441 Main Monroe, Wash. 98272 All this talk and writing about school city status to Monroe and was ac-Needless to say these six men half hard boiled egg, "Serving others as we would claimed "Mr. Evergreen State laid much of the groundwork that one half slice bread bus routes is somewhat ridiculous. Fair"; next is the late Russell made this community the finest and butter, cinnamon wish to be ,served . ." , Most of us (older and squarer gener- Byron of the hardware business in the northwest, roll, rosy applesauce which is now B & E Hardware; Footnote: you will nottce that Dr. and milk. C.W. Kerr, Gen. Mgr. ations) can remember walking a half to a then the late Dr. Percy P. Cooley, Cooley is in uniform for he serv- Monroe 794-7049 - Carnation 333-4179 mile to school, rain or shine (It didn't a great M.D. and community lead- ed tn both World War [ and World hurt us,) Our parents taught us the rules er; the late Harry Bennett, mayorWar II. of the road or walked with us. Gordon & Alma Soma Are we over protecting our young and Lake Stevens a "duck preserve" Seven LEGAL NOTICE t,en be bothered ,en t,ey duck excrete r.oun one Take Pleasure in, -....-. ointrnrlucina really need us? --guest comment ,by human being, thus 40,000 ducks excrete MONROE SCHOOL MoAoVo the same amount as 5,714 human beings DISTRICT NO. 103 , , Two: The Feds, plus the people that Monroe, Washington Today there is a shame onparents, stu- inhabit the area of Tulalip Bay have justThe Board of Dtrec- dents and school marms, spent a small fortune on sewage treat- tore of Monroe School I%/ District No. 103 have New,, Associated with the Many parents are neglecting to see that ment facilities to clean up that bayo Now, scheduled a public :their youngsters learn at school; many a two hundred boat Marina is planned, hearing on the 1975- teachers are failing to incite youngsters Can you imagine what will happen when 76 final budget for T:30 P,/ . ordon Soma p.m., October 6, 1975, to learn; many students are too indolent two hundred heads are flushed Sunday prior to the regular I A tO learn; consequently many of our young- morning? Board meeting with , ns u ra n ce., e n c/ stere are coming out of high school incap- adoption of the budget Doug N xon at the regular meeting. able of reading, writing or ciphering. In a Seattle interview, Chief of Police The hearing will be "Doug will be working with us to provide the high quality It's a truism that many high school Robert o Hanson had this to say about held in the Board Room insurance service that you've come to expect from the of the Administration graduates today are unemployable simply gun control: Office, 480 We Colum-, Soma Insurance Agency" because they can neither "read, write or "Total gun control only takes the gun bin, Monroe, Washing- cipher, away from the good guys. What has to be ton. Dorothy Moberg, accomplished is the mandatory sen- Chairperson Here's a dual example of bureaucratic tence for use of a gun in crime Mas- Board of Directors A(7 insanity, sachusetts, for instance, has complete Monroe So oo, Insurance.. ency trier No. 103 One: Lake Stevens area residents spent gun control. No one has a gun that is notMonroe, Washington "Your Independent Insurance Agent" a small fortune to clean up the sewage inregistered. But the answer doesn't lie Published Sept. 18 and their lake. Some 30 to 40 thousand ducks there. It lies more in laws regarding the25, 1975. 103 W Main Monroe 794-8759 seasonally use that lakeo The Washington use of that gun." State Department of Game has declared We certainly concur LEGAL NOTICES MONROE scHooL DISTRICTNO. 103 Monroe, Washington The Board of Direc- tors of Monroe School District No. 103 will NEW 1975 1975 hold a special meet- tng September 22, 1975 PINTO RANCHERO MUSTANG 1975, 8:00 p.m. for a RUNABOUT- SQUIRE II _ work-study session and an executive ses- sion to discuss negot- iation strategy. The -- meeting will be held in the Board Room of si,v met,,ic hardtop with vim,' roof, 2300 CC engine, auto. trans, power the Administration ~,d= .... pier metolllc, 2300 .... 400 V8, auto. trans, p .... reefing, t ....steering, pw,. brak ..... clio. Steel Office, 480 W. Colum- 4 speed t ..... tee, belted radio,Iok differential steel be,ted rodin, tires, belted radial tires, luxury interior and fires, power steering, bumper gourds, r=dio, ha,dling suspension, bodyside much more. Serial 141826. bta, Monroe, Washing- ,~io, el ..... ir~ defroster, body- rnodlings. Oemo. Serial 104631~ ton. $1de moldings. 5eriol 201893. Save! ! Closeout Special. Low mileage drivers ed. car. only b.k)',~ Owly Dorothy Moberg, ' ;453500 Monroe School Dis- trict No. I03 Monroe, Washington Published Sept. USED CARl 1975. 1967 1973 1972 STATE OF WASHINGTON DEPARTMENT OF ECOLOGY Ceggar Datsun 610 fourier N.O23C E OF APFLICA"IION TO 2es vs. auto. trans, radio. 4reardr.windowSedan. standarddefroster4 speed trans., radio 4 speed, radio, rear bumper APPROP TE PUS C WATERS $1195e .. t TAKE NOTICE: " * " " .... That GLENN H. COOPER, |9(1~ 1974 1971 GMC of Seattle, Washington on toA. custom esm~r, 350 ve. auto. It's one of the important factors affect-has the capability to conserve or trans. May 21, 1974 under Applica- P lltm S.W. Plnte S.W. ing our choice of nuclear power to replace the equivalent of 9.4 million don No. S1-21678 filed for vs, suto .s.=,pwr, strg., luggage reck 2300, 4 speed, luxury'decor, elec rcsr windor deL, m}rro group, luggage rock. generate the electricity to meet your barrels of oil, or more than 2.6 million permit to appropriate public specie, * " * * near-term future needs. Our future tons of coal, or some 56 billion cubic watem, subject to exl$ Lug ;~I~5 power supply will cost more than our feet of natural gas, every year. The debts from Lake Cochran u'i- " " " * 1914 existing hydro power. Of all the resultant dollar savings can be sub- butaty of Wood's Creek in the 1972 1973 Chevrolet amount of.01 cubic feet per Vega Cml Velkswagen S.W. CIO Pickup alternatives presently available, nuclear stantial. A recent industry survey second each year, for domes- 4,,4,peed. radio. Tspe de k. electric rear window defroster generated electricity will cost you the shows that 53 nuclear plants saved econom[col 6 cyl. tic supply - continuously. The $3495 3 ,~eedt ..... least. U.S. electricity consumers $810 mil- source of the Ixoposed aplxo- $2495 lion during 1974. txtation is located within " i9i4 The economic benefits of nuclear E1/4NE1/4 of Section 16. 1972 Al$lim Marina 1973 power generation have never been Nuclear power is safe, clean, and has To--hip28 N., Range qE Maverick 2Doer 4dOOr$ len. Mlarp Englleh built car with PINTO RUNABOUT more apparent. Nuclear plants now in the least environmental impact. And W, M. in Snohomish Cowry. 2006cyt. 31q~eed. sticklhift, radio, under- 4cyl. engine, 4spd, trans., good leg room Protests or objections to" ap- co=. ' miles.$xcellent economy, used only 17,0 0 2000CC.4sPeed. radio operation are proving that their some-when it saves substantial dollars on proval of this application must $2595 what higher capital costs are quickly your electric bill, nuclear power really include a detaUed statement offset by their lower fuel costs. And makes a lot of sense. of the. basts for objecdom; pro- that saves you money while conserving tests must be accompanied by a two dollar ($2,00) recording scarce fossil fuels for other uses. fee and filed with the Depart- ment ofEcology, Northwest In fact each 1000 megawatt (one Regional offlce, 15345 N.E. million kilowatt) nuclear power plant 36th, Redmond, WA 98052 within thirty (30) days from September 25. 1975. Published September 18 and 25, 1975 ._ , i/ %