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Page Two, Monitor, Monroe. Wash.. Nov. 28. 1968 MONROE P U BLISHED EVERY URSDAY Entered as Second Class Matter atthePostOfftce at Monroe, Washington, under the Act of March 3, 1898. SUBSCRIPTION RATES Monroe, Skykomtsh and Snoqualmle Valleys, per year $4.50 Outside Monroe, Skykomish and Snoqualmle Valleys $5.00. 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 Althea Hendrtckson .... Advertising Manager Barbara Rogers Minor ...... News Editor We are thankful... This week most of us will take on a bird, rich and belly-gratifying, into a being previously laced with warmth. Thanksgiving is a time to acknowledge divine favor. And that we do- -those of us who are endowed with the wonders of this bountiful andfruit- ful valley. But so help us, too many are away, on another soil, fighting in a war that goes on and on, a war repugnant to us all. Our thanksgiving should be to these men. Theirs is not the safety and the affluence of our day to day lives. They fight, they hurt, and too many times they die. When we think of them, especially those soldiers of foot who to us will always be the greatest of all fighting men, we cannot help but plea: Let them win. Let them taste the victory of an Easy Red Omaha beachhead, the mag- nificence of a Paris free, the silence of gunnery, the freedom of fear and a sleep of exhaustion. The conference table fails. It is a sham. It is mockery. It is a blasphemous wrong. School Revote (From Page l) Resident Succumbs :;r a Utd vote next year higher paid teachers." A Monroe resident, Survivors are two eatts not balanced," Fox explained further. Mrs. Mary E. Seaunter, sons, Steve of Salem, Director Lawrence Whitfield an- "Federal fundspayforallteacher 90, 15920 179th Ave. Oregon, and Ralph of swered, and library aids and for the school S.E., died at her home Park Place; and a Now Playing Mrs. McDonald questioned the wisdom of recent board action in hiring a teacher for an amount in excess of $11,000 per year if the district is in such dire financial condition and Fox commented, "We get more state funds when we employ Blind Valley for resale. The district holds an option on the property, located about 2 1/2 miles east of Snohomlsh on U. S. Highway 2, until December 31. The pur- chase price has been disclosed as $76,500. The medical spokesman further noted that doc- tors urged compliance with all regulations which would allow operation of the present facility as a nursing home by the district or through pri- vate operation. He added that although doctors left the date of a new bond issue election up to the commis- sioners, they felt it was inadvisable to hold a Joint election with the Monroe School District. Budgeted in October for updating the hospital to meet fire marshal requirements, necessary for continued operation as either a hospital or nursing home, was the amount of $30,000. '!That was all we could budget but the actual cost mt,ht run as high as $200,000," Godard said. When you start working in an old build- ing, breaking through four levels of floors and ceilings to install sprinkling systems, you can get involved tn a lot of hidden expenses." Godard said that before the resolution motion was presented to commissioners they were asked by the medical staff what they intended to do about the $3 million bond issue to build a new Valley General Hospital which was defeated by voters in September and November. Said Godard: "Commissioners countered that tt depended on what the doctors intended to do, with Commis- sion Chairman Don Broughton explaining that they needed a commitment from the medical staff indicating whether or not the doctors would continue to support the hospital in light of their statement before the election implying they would resign if the bond issue failed. "Broughton told the doctors that without their support the hospital could not continue to function and provide the kind of service it had in the past. secretarteSo" Robert Hines of Route I voiced the opinion that "perhaps some good could come from an April closure of our schools. It would point up the problem of inadequate state financing of schools," he asserted. Skykomish Resident Succumbs Funeral services for Skykomlsh resident, Henry W. Kelm, 85, who died November 19 tn a Seattle hospital, were held here Saturday. Mr. Kelm was born May 7, 1883, in Minne- sota. He had lived in Skykomish for the past 42 years. Survivors are his wife, Mary; a daughter, Mrs. Lucille McGrath; a brother, Robert Kelm of Huntington, British Columbia; two sisters, Emma Fisher of Minne- apolis and Elsie Heller of Minnesota. Services were held Saturday morning in the chapel of Purdy & Kerr Funeral home with interment following tn Monroe Odd Fellows Cemetery. Application Considered A rezone application by Ivar J. M tckalsen will be considered at early November 23 fol- lowing a brief illness. Mrs. Seaunier was born in Kansas on March 17, 1878 and had lived in Monroe for the past three years. She was a member of the Mon- roe Seventh-day Ad- ventist Church. daughter, Mrs. Myrtle Sm _alley+of Kansas. Services were sched- uled for 11 a.m. Monday of this week at the chapel of Purdy & Kerr Funeral Home with the Rev. Logan Houser offici- ating. Interment will be in Neodesha, Kansas. Through Sundayl Evenings at 8:00 P.M. i WINNER OF 6 ACADEMY AWARDS1 ! ACAaO Pa moaC  I DAVID LEANS RiM LLLi u BOR ems t --11 DOCTOR JlJl     IN PANAVI$|ON JINO | NEED A NEW CAR? Listened to your car lately? Are all those rattles telling you it's just about had it? Keeping an old car running can be more expensive than buying a new one. So let us get you into a new, trouble-free model fast.. You'll get budget- tailored payments and low rates. No extras; no hidden charges. Come in soon. We make it easy for you to own a new car fast i+ii( "!!i!i!' .... And if you still want an Electric for only $2.50. old car, you can own this Baker What our country has held forth in good "Commissioners went into the ftnances of oper- the December 2 morn- + MONROE conscience and fate has been met with ating the hospital explaining that without a mini- ing session of the Sno- . treachery and deceit, mum 25-patient occupancy the hospital would homlsh County Planning . have to cut back services in physical therapy, C,mmtsson -" -  P ill |  P Let our American fighting men win. extended care and other professional areas such lIickalsen seeks are- ,J.  II P  I I. l he e r as registered dieticians and registered people in zone fr m ru t." _= I I [ V b et t m com home e e another Thanks- o ral use to "k --' ...... the laboratories, an expensive portion of the P R D M *-+1- f^r--ro-- Jr R . -- giving, ere anomer nrzstmas. payroll .: ... L y_ y- 4 b Ial 4F J.,m4Hb _ . , ery zocaea scum oime Iu||l IJ| LV|ttL "The medical staff also discussed serwces, Maltb, Road Rndbound-  t 1 available now and listed some inadequacies of the . :.J . .... , ,.. ,, Z$ '  503 E. '-i"  7o 71i U .. AI facility including the X-ray equipment. Bonneville Power Sub-   g lull ,511UUI (From Page 1) "The final Outcome was the doctors' resolution ....... -- _. . VL_ o__,. vL . e ..... ,. i .... , ..... SHLUIZ. " .  /11 QK /nO[ service DUIDT ,0 commissioners,' tJooara SalQ r In other business approval was given to a , -   .............. h Present at the hospital commissioners reg- lease wtm lelly neatly ompany covering  e u'a o,- ,o++-- '-- ....... ,+^-+- ,= *....=",*" .;".',''='o." o,",,=,"' " the meeting with doctors, were Monroe Jaycees :|  =., .v. o,.,w, y. ?,,%%.-,.-.-v .... R -m nd Bill Davisson and Jack SekorawhoplededJaycee a ..,  | The lease wtm ety rteazy, a eo o su ..... -- ,, |  -' ' firm and owners of the ,ro,ert ,, reauires that ppor oz a new nospual bond issue election if . , / I  I v v , , and when one is resubmitted " I ; 1 fte r rMenrdSthlDi:;rCy t f:Ya$/:o0rPre:m3n h Davisson told commissioners that the Jaycees .   I ...AI I1  |-- O ............. d ird - would form a speakers bureau, and, working with | :, I UVl Pnlflll 1 mg oz me DuuomgS ma ts es e . the Snohomish "a ............ a  --  z  --- - i/1 I v v o yules, aKe an active par m I ',' I. "" A change of date from December 17 to Decem ............ *', /::/  .. , I i 'V I promote me ona tssue recmc o recmc -" I. v d s hool directors for P Y P  her 10 was approve by c " l I\\;; ' / I/ ieuu ! , the December business board meeting. The h h r i / { [  --.. 4" V  |. chan e was necessitated by the requirement for fore t e sc ool Christmas vacation. The other I I ., ! I B I J I the ard to approve the December payroll in regular December school board meeting will be I I I U U ' " -- A --J 1.411,',,,,,,,-.. ! time for employees of the district to be paid be- held Tuesday, December 3. i I I --  ##U VV lyyufy I 1 I \\; I., UNDER Snohomzsh Shopp,ng Center , :, Monroe School " ' NEw MANAGEMENT ; ' Lunch Menu Shopplngfor / December 2-6  / * Hol,day Spec,al  Try our hair coloring machine.  i Monday" Italian spa- a 1 IU00al / ! Nov. 20 - Dec. 31 J Cuts hair coloring time in half. ; .ghetti, "butter.ed peas, . . / " Permanent NewS16.00  Complete color change -lighten - O I ut;?gp.ttc Du,,er,  it should have [;ii:!,!):::ii!ii!i / Regular $20  blend in gray - cover them up - * I Tuesday: Milwaukee beef& potatoes, golden a.sxfootnknchero / , I Frost Regular$,5 NOW $10.00 ! go blond! ! r glow salad, bread-but- liKe I-Ol " " " / , ! + 1 _ | ter, pink lady cake, | * * I ........ I .  FREE. | F,rst T,nt $10.00 ! %1.=... .,,,, /l--)x I   $3.00 conditioning treatment  Retouch $7.50 I k soda crackers, carrot  ....... l ! wlth each Frost ( E...: LI..--..L I10 A I I sticks hot rolls butter ith each ermanent  rlll gloo[n ;plo.vv , i , - , + I I -b ' can spray w p ...... , apple sauce, milk. / I 1 Retouch $12.50 | Thursday: Meat &  / VR-. l gravy on whipped po  ..... tatoes, cabbage, carro ATTENTION GENTLEMEN . salad, cookies, milk. I . YE'I " " ............ | 1 Friday: Tomato soup, __ L= L.__IUZ =,__II II.LA Hot and cold running water, sleeping and I I A ' ........ :;; = ..  or clam chowder, soda ...u[  111dll IlIUI.I IIlMI .d.!nJng. re.ore for six--second carswere never / [ q/" : :i::::::illi_ .;l ]JJ The nift nf h,-n.tu II - l l crackers, egg salad Fo[qds moer Sl " etzl?kt'yeauTEaugrcBep:;:zrsd rel;rU';: i ! :C _ . .'"" """ " "-',:'.: I ' sanavncn or cheese --  now, I ! t,/t//.At A gitt certiticate avallaole on any , I sandwich, orange tapt- . + - .- oca, milk. 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