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Page Two, Monitor, Monroe, Wn., Oct. 22, 1970 P U BLISHED EVERY THURSDAY Entered as Second Class Matter at the Pest Office at Monroe, Washington, under the Act of March 3, 1898. tv~MGER NAE IB NAL PIqIPER A~qciation - Founded 1885 SUBSCRIPTION RATES Monroe, 'Skykomish and Snoqualmie Valleys, per year $5.00. Outside Monroe, Skykomish and Snoqualmie Valleys $6.00. Official Newspaper. "of the City of. Monroe, and Town of Skykomish. Address all mail to Post Office Box No 398, Monroe Washington 98272. Howard and Mary Alice Voland... Publishers- A1thea Hendrtckson ....... Office Manager Barbara Rogers Minor ..... News Editor J.J. Steiner ......... Advertising Manager Commentary... In the weeks immediately past many of us have absorbed, but not swallowed, the malarky being peddled by HJR 42 (state income tax) proponents. Trying to merchandise the package is Governor Evans, as well as other note- ables including Everett's little league boy politician of the year, Mayor Robert An- derson, whose looking for Snohomish County's queen city to receive a slice of the gold ff voters decide to bilk them- selves in yet another way. Not buying the alleged tax reform are the sensible membership of the Skykomish Valley Democratic Club and the Monroe Board of Education Both organizations are on record as opposing the measure, recognizing it for what it truly represents. The thinking taxpayer can recognize a confidence game 40 mills away. HJR 42 is not tax reform--it is a new avenue into the already besiged taxpayers wallet. Futhermore, passage of the measure will not only peel the safe and open the vault doors but will fail to curb govern- ment clutching and grabbing of more and mot e of- youP:coin - - t he r e :iS no--I im Rat ion on the rates future legislatures may im- pose. Promises of property tax relief made by HJR 42 backers are nothing more than that--promises and phony-baloney ones of that. At a time when the state economy has been rocked and stricken it surely takes Lunch Menu i For Week Of October 26-30 ~ October 26-30 Monday: Beef stro- ~ ganoff on fluffy rice, buttered green beans, bread & butter, aprt- ,;~ cots, milk. ~:~.~; :::::::::::~ i Tuesday: Sno. capp- ~ii ~i~ ed meat loaf w/gravy, buttered mixed veget- ables, bread & but- ter, cake, milk. Wednesday: C h t 1 i burger on school made buns, carrot sticks, fruit, milk. Thursday: Pigs in a fl blanket, pine - kraut, o ...... ~ buttered carrots, fruit ...... ~;::~ jello, milk. Friday - Haloween[! Fish sticks w/tartar sauce, tater tots, spin- .o~ ach, bread & butter, black bat pudding, t ghosts brew! x q GESTURING towards the intersection of fluence and accepted suggestions for im- Want clean heat? Highway 2, East Main Street and the 01d provement made by the Chamber of Cam- Monroe-Sultan Highway is District Engi- merce at a special Chamber-city official neer Wee Bogart who acknowledged the meeting here last week. Details of the treachery of the many-angled road con- meeting begin on Page 1.--Staff Phc)to Chamber Asks Speed-Up (From Page l) Former School Head Passes Chevron Heating Fuels burn Dr. Delbert G. Peter- cepted the Lacey post clean and pack a lot of heat into a few pennies surfacing through Snohomish to ber. In doing so. we'll go to con= son, Monroe superinten- He is survived by his CALL c~,,o, YOUP. Monroe. tract without source material which "We're also concerned with the may give us a little problem with dent of schools from 1963 wife, Marian, sons ~ST~NDA?E~'.3EL ,.~N continued backup and increase of environmental permits, then work a to 1965, died suddenly Mark, 13, and John, | ~ :,ion_roe I ' | R'.~S. Francis recreation traffic,' Bogart said. one-year construction season if the last Friday in Lacey 5 at home, and two "At the same time, though it maybe weather is good." 794-7303 quite some time, we're hoping to On the total highway picture here where he was serving older sons, Mike and II *Standard Oil Company of California build a third (passing lane in Bogart remarked that people were as superintendent of Jim. several locations." already writing the department that North Thurston School Bogart also promised to have a no major construction "should be District No. 3. traffic count taken in the inter- taken on Sign Route 2, expressing section area of East Main ,Street and their concern for streams and trees Dr. Peterson was super- Highway 2 to see if a signal light and soon. intendentof o o,,o Fox & ts required and have engineers re- Ecological Concern Walla district for five view the circulation and left turn "The pendulum is swinging too movements. He said reflector but- high towards ecological. ,, concern," )/ears after leaving here Hound tons would be added to the new the engineer said. In our rush to and only this year ac- striping in the intersection. On try to accomplish basic needs weVrvvllr'IAI Plans .elimination of the left turn across have in the past not spent much 2 intoEagles Park, Bogart time on the subject of environment. Restaurant Highway said it was his understanding that But there is also the need for in- h~ r~ another entrance to the park was dtviduals to move themselves and Mere rive planned from the old Monroe-Sultan their goods. We have to achieve a Highway& :..~.q_it~l~way522 balance arid only one side is being A membership drive Snohomish " - " heard fron~ now." -,-, ...... ,- .... will theme the-Nforrroe .... Shopptng~ Turning to construction of High- Bogart said about two per cent 'Post 7511' Veterans of ~ Center way 522 across Park Place, Bogart of project cost was involvedtnland- Foreign Wars andaux- iliary potluck dinner OPEN .6 .sm said the program 'was scheduled forseeping and although it didn't seemtonight, Thursday, at completion by the end of 1971. like much, when resurfacing was "This is again a delay, caused by needed there were those who felt the wagner Hall. To Serve trying to negotiate right-of-way ac- it was too much. He invited those Starting time for the You quisitton in the portion of new Sign who felt that way to speak up and event is 6:30 p.m. Route 2 where we hoped to getfill be heard as loudly as those who Members are askedby COFFEE SHOP for the cutoff," Bogart explained, were concerned with the esthetics the auxiliary secre- "But we'll call for bids in Decem- of highway construction, tary, Vera Meehan, to DINING ROOM bring an eligible unmitigated gall for fat-cat government ee---eeeeee------ee-eeee-ee-,,meee-e---e-e,,-e-e-ee-e--ee-'eeee~ neighbor or friend in THE HUNT ROOM order to build up an brass to try and troll this one off--i Armed Forces News i active membership. WithLiveEntert, inmen,- they'll get their answer from this Those desiring infer- WED " -HUGS From 7 P i ' mation on membership --" :~-[- - " ^ - M " " *u.-..~ politically perceptive valley soon--it will weeoeeeeoeee eeaOOeeeeertional in- ........... =-HU. mSAV. rrom vr.. may Call lVlrS, lnee- ..~ ...~/~.~ "~HH~ be a "nay" vote. CHU LAI, VIETNAM all other awards and The op hart at 794-8432. ~ .......................... ........ aculty Desrs d Army(AHTNC)prtvateOCt" 13First-- leftdecrattnS'breast, over theit is a volved30,000 Navymenmre thanem_ Ii~q~m"~mn~m""M"mnmmm~"m~nn"m~"~""~"~Mn~n~~m~"~m~m~"~M~m~~ ~ " ##~.dN~ ~/imd~m" ~.. " ' Class Michael A. Sch- blue rectangle withe barked in 41 U.S. Navy . Co e wartz, 18, son, of Mr. silver rifle mounted and three Canadian i ! and Mrs. Edward Sch- 'on it, superimposed Navy ships. =_. ' i Ord d By B d wartz, Monroe, Wash;, over acurvedwreath. Operation "Readi-I ~ J~#l~~~J~ e re o a r recently received the Subsequent awards are ness and .Operational | Combat Infantryman represented bY 'starsEvaluation", (Re P Ei Badge near Chu Lai, at the top center of the V AL, was one of the BUILDERS SUPPLY '--- A committee of school directors and faculty Vietnam. wreath. ' largest Naval exer- will be formed to draw a faculty dress code, the The Badge isaunique Put. Schwartz re- clues to be conducted i ~ ~ ~ ~b~=~ ' Monroe Board of Education determined Monday and cherished award celved the awardwhile off the West Coast in ~ ~ |mt Everett --- 334 S025 , that is highly coveted assigned as a team recent years. It was night, by its recipients. The leader in company D, designed to " test the --=- ~ Just west of Snohomish on highway~ of ships -=- ~ to Everett. Witch for sign, turn The move is a result of an exchange of let- award was originated let Battalion, 6th In- skills crews during World War II fantry of the America'. and the capabilities of - right and go one mile. 5p.ml ters between the board and Superintendent Royston Cottam with the Monroe Education Association on the subject of a Monroe teacher's standard of dress. The board and Cottam wrote to the MEA last month asking the group to take correc- tive action. In reply to the board, the MEA wrote in a letter dated October 14 and read Monday, that "in the considered opinion of the MEA Executive Board, acting upon the advice of legal counsel of the Washington Education Association, " the teacher is "fully within his legal and professional rights as to his personal appearance and mode of dress in his class- room .'" The MEA letter further stated that "in the absence of a legally adopted code of dress for the staff, either as district Policy or as adopted professional standards subscribed to by the mem- bers of the professional association, the exe- cutive board has no basis upon which to act." Cottam said he interpreted the letter as im- plying that there should be .a dress code and suggested a policy could be drawn that "everyone can llve with." The motion to form a board-faculty com- mittee to draw up the code, made by Direc- tor William Hoyden, was approved unanimous- ly. to recognize the role of the infantryman. the C I B can be awarded only to a member of an infantry unit of brigade, regi- Division's 198th Light Infantry Brigade. He entered the army in September 1969 and was last stationed at Ft. Lewis, Wash. E their equipment during =_-. simulated battles. Low heat, high cost? Monday ThruFriday 7:30-Gp.m.-Sat. 8 to | ACRES OF DIMENSION LUMBERi" AND DECKING ALL ,GRADES mental or smaller size " Pvt. Schwartz is a 1969 graduate of Men- Fir & Hemlock A few Examples unit who satisfactorily roe High School. _ Hemlock $39 M ' performed in active ECONOMY-$39 M , ' = groundcombat against (13DD54050B) (FHT UTILITY- $55 M $55 M a hostile force for a ~ _~ _~ : ~ ~ = period of time. NC) USS HEPBURN ~ T-111-4" O.C. ', ~a _ , In honor of its sin- Oct. 14-- Navy Petty ]~~====_=~=_ ~~, ~ ~ -" gular meaning, the Officer First Class Chevron Furnaces increase badge is worn above Delbert E. Fleming, your comfort and reduce F---Closet - - - 7 ~ Pre-Finish " ' son of Mr. and.Mrs, fuel costs to a minimum. .... , Larry L. Fleming of CALL ~..~ YOUR ~ CEDAR , PANELING 315 Pike Street, par- STA~DA~:,~CL i.~N 1 "ROPEVAL aboard R.S. Francs t E.M.-T&G {~ 4'x8' sheets ticipated on,Operation DI"'~ ".',:'onroe I lx6 ( ~ "A" Grade. i the destroyer escort ,?oa. ~qO'~ USS Hepburn off the " "~'-'~ ~ . Caltfrnia cast" "s""~"'~--''~i''"i" ~ a1, . sheet m ,What you need, we have. II /WE FEATURE FAMOUS HOMELITE |= II Fuel for all your equipment. ,| II A lubricant for. every part. | I CALL . ~ YCUR g | | CHAINSAW$. MANY MODELS TO g~ IN.c v Monroe "' m l I- ,,,oo,, t t, CHOOSE FROM, DELIVERY NOW ! ,I I I | ' WE DELIVER . I Standard Oil ComDany of California I1' ~n~u~j~ju~unn~uiuu~un~u~un~nn~n~n~u~n~n~n~u~n~u~n~n~u~n~n~un~nuu~j~nu