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Sept. 22, 1960 Monroe Monitor, Monroe, Wash. PAGE SEVEN i I • III n Bearcat vs. IGranlte Falls ,3,d SCHOOL FIELD e WE RENT . . . U-HAUL TRAILERS Elmer's RicSfield Station Corner, Main & Levis Streets Man. - Sat. 6 a.m. - 9 p.m.  Sunday 7:30a.m. - 9 p.m. x GUARANTEED RATE SUARANTEED DEPOSITS up to $ THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK of EVERETT MONROE BRANCH light of die above.---Editor) Introduction of a proposed ordinance amending the existing town's sewage disposal law (Ordinance No. 333) precipitated verbal combat at the last gathering of the Monroe Town Council. The rhubarb came prior to and after the first reading of a proposal relating to sewage disposal fees and making certain amendments. The preamble of the proposed ordinance--it was not numbered-- declares: "An ordinance relating to sew- age disposal system, fees and charges and amending Section 2 of Ordin, ance No. 333, of the Town of Monroe•" By comparing Ordinance No. 333 with the proposed amendment it is evident that parts of Section 2 have been revised. • Here is the way that section reads in Ordinance No. 333. "l--Sewage Collection and Dis- posal System Service is hereby de- fined to consist /f the collection, carrying and disposal of sanitary sewage by and through the town's sanitary sewage trunks, laterals and treatment plant• The recipients of this class of service are here- by determined and defined to be the owners of all property here- after Connected or required to be connected to the town's sewer sys- tem which ,properties are, served by trunks, laterals and treatment plant acquired, constructed and in, st.alled out of the moneys derived from rates and charges for sani- tary sewage disposal service ren- dered by the town. "2 -- Sewage Disposal System Service is hereby defined to con- sist of the treatment and disposal o sanitary sewage by the town in its sewage treatment plant. The recipients of this class of service are hereby determined and defined .to 'be the owners of all properties no w connected to or which shall hereafter be connected to and served by the town's sanitary sew- age collect.ion system the cost of construction of which has been or shall be derived {rom sources oK- er than rates and charges made or sanittary sewage disposal serv- ice." way councilmen propose to amend Ordinance 333: "l--Sewage collection and dis- posal system service is hereby de- fined to consist of the collection, carrying and disposal of sanitary • sewage by and through the town's sanitary sewage trunks, laterals and treatment plant. The recipi- ants of .this class of service are hereby determined and defined to be the owners of all ,property here: in'after connected or required to be connected to the town's sewer sys. tern which prol'ties are served by trunks, laterals and treatment'plant acquired, constructed and installed in whole or in part out of moneys derived from the rates and ch'arges for sanitary sewage disposal serv- ice rendered by the Town; provid- ed, however that the additional rates herein provided shall be col- lected only for such period as will Tamorfize the cost of such improve- merit but in no event shall be col- lected for a longer period than twenty (20) years from the time of such installation. "2- Sewage, Disposal System Service is hereby defined to con- sist of the treatment and disposal of sanit:ary sewage by the town in its sewage treatment plant. The re- cipients of this class of service are hereby determined and defined to be the owners of all properties now connected rtO or which shall hereafter be connected to and serv- ed by the town's sanilJary sewage collection system, where the cost of such construction is derived from sources other than those set- forth in the preceding subsection." It will be noted that the 'latter part of beth subsections abe and two have been revised. Oficially, the council gave the amendment proposal its first read- raisin cookies, half pint milk• Thursday: Whipped potatoes, meat and grdvy, buttered corn, raspberry fruit cake and half pint milk. Friday: Baked beans and deviled egg, lettuce and tomato salad, whole wheat bread and butter. fruit and half pint milk. Bahai Members Mark World Peace Day Sun. Mrs. Z. De Arauja, artist and teacher at Yakima Junior College, was speaker at the World Peace Day observance held last Sunday by several local Bahai assemblies, including Monroe, in Everett. Mrs. De Arauja spent the sum- mar in Juneau, Alaska, where she taught Bahai youth classes in the summer school at. Geyserville. Theme for the meeting last Sun- day was America's spiritual des- tiny and methods of raising the spiritual standard af peace in the world• The speaker told .the group Amer- ica must use her economic and political power to see that• all men have opportunity for equal develop- ment if our country is to fulfill its nationaF purpose of .leading the natins to world peace. Card of thanks 'MAY WE TAKE this opportun- ity to express our sincerest thanks to all of those helping in the plan- ning and presentation of the 1960 Monroe air p a  a d e--especia:lly Russell Logue, the auxiliary po- lice force, Monroe Junior Cham- ber of Commerce and those many merchants helping to put on the '60 event. President, John Vernon, Ewalt Schrag; parade chairman, The Kiwanis Club of Monroe -And, here for the record, is the ing. It follows the that second and i ., • third readings and final passage MRS. LILLY EARLY, LPN I For any Standard Oil product, call will be considered at future meet- OLSON NURSING I ings. . " R S: FRANCIS , Getting back to the rhubarb, HOME I tdo. AND aROO , AnncoUnei.lSt, arguedand Keanethat lengthSehilaY'over a Wash= State Health Dept. i Phone No. In Monroe, Phone PYramid 4-2211 e;. ]., I I. ,tykolnhdll, Phone 5131 • L. fee differential {or sewage disposal " ' II system users in a recently corn- i plated project in that area lying to the northeast of Main St. and i  ........... the Great Northern railroad line. Very roughly these were the con- • • • . ' tentions of the opposing parCies: BEST WISHES Sehilaty argued that inasmuch as the sewer lines in that are, had been installed on h cash basis, rather than through a local im- TO [nC 00uf! ! I STORES provement district as was the ease ' COAST elsewhere in the community, new users in the ,project were entitled ,,m to the $2.00 residential fee instead a E , S P 20% of the $3•00 ch,ge. Councilmen George Butler, Har- Ii# ry Miller and Herb Schwartz--the' • only three in attendance---on the * other handcontendedthatthenew BRAND NEW HOME ,  • project is utilizing other new lines 1 in the system, therefore is deserv- ing of the $3•00 per month fee. To goback, lt wastheoriginal CummiNgs Depti Store intent tha¢ residential users on ex- isting sewer ines pay only a $2.00 fee to amortize the cost of the sew- age disposal plant. Meanwhile, those users in need of new sewer ,lines, as  ell as the sewage dis- Your Family Clothing Center fee--S2.00 per month {or amorUza, "" tion of the sewage' plant facility cost, and $1.00 per month to defray .............. J.. :" . ....... Stauffer Ch..facilities aacoma are now producing this top- quality phosphate-miler in an improved, pelleted form that gives you: EASIER SPREAINO, better coverage, less dust with any application equipmertt. A F U L L 20% guaranteed available phoslhoric acid.., highly wator-oluble. A BIO SULPHUR BONUS -- 240 lb. per ton -- worth $7 ff you had to buy it sepately. New, pelleted Anchor "20" is the bt dry ph(phate fertilizer buy you'll find anywhel Order now for fast delivery, \\; ANCHq)R PELLETED PHOSPHATE FERTILIZERS Produced by STAUFFER CHEMICAL COMPANY, San Francisco • Tacoma DIstrlbuted by WILSON & GEO. MEYER & CO., San Fronisoo , Portland • $ooU the cost of installing new sewer lines. Schilaty's contention was bolster- ed by .Mayor Robert H. Follis,. also a property owner in the new sewer line addition. The h,assle came to a close when chilaty lefe the chambers, neither side crying "uncle" and the threat legal clarification in couaty corn,is hanging :in the air. Too Late to Classify FOR RENT: House in Gold Bar. Oil heater. Call EL 3-3613 eve- nings after 6. R. Nordahl. 34-4tc FOR RENT: 1 bedroom modern, partly furnished home. 315 S. Madison. PYramid 4-3531. 34-2Lp AVAILABLE October 1 upstairs .furnished apartment,, adults only. $35. Burke Realty, PYramid 4- 9161. 34-3tc TWO R]BDROM House for rent, W gliB Hall, Sultan, SYcamore 3- 3642. 34-1tp FLANNEL PRINTS WASHABLE WOOLS CORDUROY COTTON PRINTS & PLAINS While Shopping The Beautiful New Coast-To-Coast Store, We Are Next Door, Stop In And Look Over Some Of The New Prints In Fall Yardage. JUST UNPACKED: FALL & WINTER SlMPUCITY PATTERNS WE HAVE THE NEW TALON SEAM THIN INVISIBLE ZIPPERS YOUNG MENS SWEATERS:Beautiful assortment of styles & colors Priced From $5.95 to $14;95 LADIES SWEATERS: Priced From $3.19 to $14.95 Lots of New Merchandise Arlving Daily And All Priced Right. Open F;rday & Saturday Evenings Until 9:00" P. M: Ayrshire class with a four-year-old • ..... COW. in the 4-H dairy judging contest, Tina Schneider and Judy SteTfen, both members of the Hy-Lo 4-H group, took high individual scoring honors in the junior division of the dairy judging contest. Miss Schnei- der collected a total of 469 points, and Miss Steffen 468.9. More than $72 billion in U. S. Savings Bonds has been used in the past 19 years to improve or buy new homes, for education, re- tirement, and other benefits for the savers and their families. MONROE ELECTRIC George Wright Monroe Hardware • Electrical Contracting • 15 Years Serving Mom' -- Area Monroe PY 4-3701 Snohomish LO 8-4568 Get ready now. wit[i carrying pay only for the oil. it-.. ,. • [ E F F IC I E N T & C A R E F U L ! ,wage 0rd. Up For Amendment, School Lunch Menus FHA, 4-Hers I I NATION-WIDE : l00,00ucil In Hassle On Users' Fees For Coming Week Win Awards N E e O A . , . i  3°September26thr°ughseptemberatPyallp [ HAl sReCUT? • MOVING SERVICE (Thal Monroe Town Ccu,,cil has n,ade known its intenlion Monday: Cream O ,chicken soup Monroe's Future Farmer's Of @L | SERVING THE SKYKOMISH VALLEY, ._  to amend Ordinance No. 333, which sets forth regulalions regard- and crackers, cheese sandwiches. America and 4-H groups earned • '1 FOR THE PAST 40 YF..ARS .,x.--,v:,. ingMonroe'ssen, agedisposalsystem, includingfees, isafact, bread and butter, pineapPle pud- recognition at the Western Wash_ [ DOUgo& Eric However, the intent of this proposqws not brought forth at ding and half pint milk. ington Fair at Puyalinp this week. i SNOHONIISH AUTO i:Di:lgHT the council's last meeting, ,,or was itca," to the gallery. Further- Tuesday: Italian spaghetti, but- In the FFA division, Ricl, ard r more. the ramifications of such an amendment (i.e. what bear- tered green beans, bread and but- Boyden, Rt. 2, .Monroe, won the • 1 Phones -- Monroe, PY 4-3311 Snohoraish, LO 3-2444 • wereing it purchasedW°UId haVeon onthelhestrengthholdersof OfOrdinancethe sewerNobOnd333)issue,wereWhiChnot tar,wednesday:Sauce, ,andChilihalf andPint crackers,milk" reserve grand clampionship in the [ Monroe Shopping Center : erplored. Therefore the following account should be taken in carrot sticks, hot and butter, •