Newspaper Archive of
Monroe Historical Society
Monroe, Washington
December 8, 1977     Monroe Historical Society
PAGE 2     (2 of 8 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 2     (2 of 8 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
December 8, 1977

Newspaper Archive of Monroe Historical Society produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2020. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

Pase Two, Monitor, Monroe, WA., December 8, 1977 Legal notice Program Post Office Flood In.uranee IN THE SUPERIOR COURT (Continued from page 1) Washington flood victims, 00 I I g and potential flood victims, OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON 1 in s Boyes says it is doubtful that should consider the following441 W. Main, Monroe, WA. 98272 IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF SNOHOMISH ,~ packages sent now will arrive insurance cautions for the ,, " Id JUVENILE COURT After successfully completing the first phase of a rent as- before Christmas. protection of their property Serving others as we won ii NO. 14543 sistance program for low and moderate-income families, All classes of surface inter- warns the Insurance Inform- wish to be served..." the Snohomish County Housing Authority is seeking more national mail is now beingation Institute: ......... ' ... .. ;: NOTICE OF PUBLICATION than 100 homes and apartments, especially large units, to accepted to all destinations. Flood insurance is not in- HUL) I=WI:=LL, non. mgr. IN RE THE WELFARE OF assist families this year, according to Bill Ostlund, SCHA cluded in standard home- Ra ..... 7aA -tt An " r,..,.-^4:.., ooo n Ta re-resentativep r-__m __ owners policies"" llTr you want- IVlUIIIUI~ I~'IU~ -- ~.#(ill I(ItlO| I ~q~OO""9//~ "" HANELA: Jay Allen The Section "8 Housing Assistance Payments Programr=e 10 I es to buy flood insurance, it is . .~ Minor Child allows qualified families to lease directly from landlords at a available through the Na- d " | Z TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: rent no more than 25 percent of their income. The Housing cident in the private parking tional Flood Insurers gssoc- ~"J1 l"r ~if~l 1~ ~r~~l~ll~ ~ [ Authority pays the remainder, lot behind Jeno's Pizza iation serviced in Washing- Ik l, VltJWlk 1 L II JI II1h,, V | You are hereby notified that there has been filed in this Court on The first 100 allocations for Snohomish County were Houseon Hill St. The victim hv ]Tir m n'g FHnct In- qlY 0,~ 1 of ] the 1st day of July, 1977, a petition praying that all persons having completed this summer, and the Housing Authority is in was Annette Bibeau, Rt. 2, surancJe-Com an-,, --It-wi'ilIt aqI /" lbaf' 11"!1= ,r /"11 llt, | any legal, natural or parental fights in and to the above-named need of landlords who wish to participate in the second Box 348 W, Snohomish. Hol- t.t-P ,fi of a. WI ItS! I l: dtllt tll 1. I child be permanently deprived of all such interest or fights, and , r .... " ........ " ............. r- ~. ~F~- .F ~ v ~-.,...~.~.--~,," ''1"" " I year s prog am. man stud a suspect ts oemg -'q o*i-n for the covera-e to a. I ~" that said child be placed in the permanent care and custody of the ..... il" w' t" ...... The Housing Authority and partlopatmg Cam les fll pay investi-ated _ _ I Department of Social and Health Services, State of Washington .............. D ~ g become effective Interested Annual Rate Annual Yield I up to a maximum rent as determined oy me epart- Assistin- another law " " I and that said agency be authorized to thereafter consent to the . g homeowners should contact ment of Housing and Urban Development. . . adoption of said child by any persons deemed fit and proper. The majority of applications for the program to date have g nCYctiWaSaOe vCaernAbe : their nsu.rance agent who l O//n ;:rSnSb;a k-inAtoe:a out- 5 -70//N I s may ootaln me Forms From v /,,/u ,--. You are also notified that a written consent to such placement been requests for smaller units. This year the emphasis will ........... , No minimum balance. | and adoption has already been given by Shelly Marie Hanela, the be on larger units sizes. Large and minority families are f eenaenewtanei at gs uttoe Firemen s Fund. , .. .... I natural mother of Jay Allen Hanela. encouraged to apply. The Housing Authority will no longer - Mobile homeowner s poll- ~'3 0/_ 90-Day Passbook Accounts d'Z I tl H)/_I accept applications for one bedroom units, motive Service on W. Main cies may carry flood insur- ~ 74 70 No minimum balance. ~J.~]~.~ 70 | You are further notified that your failure to appear and show To qualify, families must meet certain income require- St. In thts alleged felony- ance coverage. Mobile _ o . ., .-... ,-,./ cause whythe prayer of such petition should not be granted may ments. Income limits for the program are: two persons, burglary the matter was homeowners should check ~1//~0//'~ ~lt,~020?anrim~eu~i'eatos b.~1% | result in a deprivation and termination of your fights in and to said $10,700; three persons, $12,000; four persons, $13,400; five turned over to the Snohom-their policies and discuss ~L] / ~/13 '" . I child and thereafter the adoption of said child by any persons persons, $14,200; six persons, $15,000; seven persons, ish County Sheriff s Depart- coverage with their agents. [" "2/13/ 21/= to 3 Year Certificates "~/'~O 0/. ] deemed fit and proper. , $15,900; and eight or more persons, $16,800. . , . men.t. Contact your agent as soon ~) ~/'4V//O $1,000 minimum. ~.~O 70 | A hearing upon such petition will be had at 9:00 o clock a.m., on ramifies on wamng Hsts ior omer ~ow-rent nousmg o =- ~ as he may be of assistanceto . ' the 31st day of January, 1978, before the Juvenile Department of programs must make a separate application for the Section aervlee8 nel! roy you. Your a~ent should be my1 / N/ 4 Year Certificates m.]if-~[,M'l/] this Court at the Charles R. Denney Youth Center, 2801-10th 8 Program. However, the family will not lose its place on . _ t___a contacted immediatel" if ad- IVg" '/O $1,000 minimum. , ~.~"//0 / joseph or.lunu : "' " ' Street, Everett, Washington, when and where all persons interest- other lists as a result of applying for Section 8 ditinnal dam ~e o v u ' " / ......... ............... a.._ t_ o_r _ ed shall appear and show cause why such petition should not be Landlords with three, four and five-bedroom laomes or Services were held Satur- home may occur because of Deposits bythe 10th earn from / heard and the prayer thereof granted. apartments who are interested in particpating .!n .me day, Dec. 3 for Joseph Kors- prior repairable damage For the 1st. Savings insured to $40,000. | DATED this 15th day of November, 1977. program are encouraged to contact the Housing umority. lund in the cha"el of Floral ....... " p example, it a tree iallS on Families or landlords interested in applying should contact Hills Funeral Home Alder .... Federal regulations require that certificate funds / for further refer , your home exposing the m w thd,a,vn b foro maturity earn the passbook Kay D. Anderson the Snohomish County Housing Author" y " " wood Manor with the Rev" - " " " ' " '" " " | Snohomish County Clerk mation at 1313 North 200th, Seattle, 98133, 542-2194 ........,. . tenor to damage trom laeavy rate lessg0 days' interest. / .nanes J. r eisen, pastor oi rains or noooin can our The program ts underway m all parts of Snohomlsh County ................. g' ,,Y ' I 'l 'lt gll AI. | By Kathy Johnson with the exception of the cities of Everett and Mountlake me o.e ta a.pust .nurcnagent mmemate y. your r_,|/ r'r__ r__ Ir~t- | Deputy Clerk Terrace nctatmg, rnvate intermentagent as soon as a natural SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION | took place m the. Camelm disaster of your property Monroe:Main &Woods i FILED _ a Garden of Floral Hdls Mem-may be approached for re- . Everett Silver Lake Lynnwood ! November 15, 1977 ~ Non-aaamtanee rood oFfal Gardens. pair or reduction of loss. 794-4 02 Kay D. Anderson, County Clerk ITivl'-I [,q il I l ........ Mr. Korslund, 67, was a - - Snohomish County Washington tamp ~ehedule Told former Monroe resident and I Vail"- uo oz I ~r.~ c.~c. I /~l|]II~"l[=-l&V/~-II[011/ ,: ~ .. ......... I__ ,:___ _e I q~y UNITED METHODIST CHURCH I Rev H M Gering 794 7708 J -Published December 1, 8, 15, 1977. ~ .ve~ m t=vcrett at tile tlltlC ol I ..... ' , - . .......... I ~"~1- i .m--I- It'~.e-A..JL-- Rev. E. Vincent Smith I 1405 W. Main Street I Two weeks of non assist la s death, Nov ,m m an ,llUl-1211 I II-I IEUUI /p m ~ - - " [ r~ Family Worship lOa.m. ISunday/ChurchSchool 9:45a.m.I ance food stamp outstationerett hospital. I -- FollowedbyChurch School I Evening Worship, 6 p,m. ] w orn Ma 3 1910 m 338 S Lew s 794 8863 Wed Faro= y N ght 7 p m NOTICE OF ACTION BY I by Suzan Myers [ services for December are He asb Y , " I ' FAtTHCF TE ' " I , I | PubliclnformationI announced by the EverettBemidji, Minn., and had I ASSEMBLYOFCOD "r- ...................I I BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS I Rnnhnmigh ~a,mtv Pill) | ............... i " ~ " | Rev. AI St/vain 334-5959 rt~a I LUI~GKt=U/~ IIUI~AL | . MONROE I FOR SNOHOMISH COUNTY I .................... ""- I Locat umce oI me Depart- ]wee m anonom sn ~ounty I Church 79,;-8598 CHURCH I FIRST BAPTIST CI-IURCHI | f3Hr mlme_tri I ment of Social and Health since 1922. He had been [ Corner Lews&McDouga LarryS. Baker, lnterimPastor I Pastor Dale Church, 794-8044 I AND BY THE PLANNING COMMISSION ! -.7............. ="- I .......... em-lo" ed at the Hulbert I Sun 945 a m 630p m Lewis & N4cDougal Streets | Sunda'/School, 9:45 a.m. ] OF SNOHOMISH COUNTY [ really get a work out [ aerv ces, tmsservtcewm.oe ........ :,,.5. I Wed" Family Night 7pm N4orningWorshipand I Morning Worship 11a.m. I I durina the holidays. I avaHame accort mg to me ,..,.r r_.Vl.Utt, uHtt.l 17 "-t ~tHu [ .... Church School, 10:30 a.m. I Evening Worship', 7 p.m. I | | following schedule: most recently retiree zrom I MONROE 1-329-8647 I Wed. Evening Prayer, Tp.m. I Pursuant to the provisions of 43.21.C. RCW, notice is hereby I ~"~~,,f,,""~,~"'~,~',, IMonday, Dec 12 from 1 Weyerhaeuser in 1975. Mr.I COmmUmTV CHAPEL I 17922 149th (Hospital Rd.) I given that: I ~'=" ~'~'"~ i " " " ...... Korslund was a member of I Pastor Alan Starling, 794-4302 MONROE | J p m to p m at me 3mtan I Cosily to operate. Here | .... ;" "" the International WoodworkI Sunday School, 9:45 a.m.SEVENTH DAYADVENTIST I I The Board of County Commissioners of Snohomish County, | ~r~-- _~nm~ an~_rnv. IL~ty taaH, aultan; , " I Morning Worship, 11 a.m. CHURCH I : ~ I pursuant to recommendations of the Planning Commission of I _-"_7_,___--,~'_'-__ ."_"-ET:_ IMonday, Dec. 12, from er s Union of America. ISundayEve. Bible Study, 7p.m. Pastor Roger Worley I SnohomishCounty, did on the l4 day of November, 1977, takethe | say,rig I 10-11 a.m. atthe SkykomishHe leaves his wife, Dorothy I W.,ed--F, ami!yNight Sabbat.hSchool, 9:15a.m. , , / action described below. ] r e~u, ce your e,ectr,cny [ Library Bldg., Skykomish; G. ~heh~lmi;;mO(~edaupghtr- [ 2351~t~!dne~Dn!r~mnRid/a~7"og~'4440 Wed. PraCyhu;~eltlinagn~:30p.m. I .] ! ] ............. | Wednesday, Dec. 14 from 1 :, ( Yl " I N9 - 9 ' ' , Community Service Center | g Any action to set aside, enjoin, review, or otherwise challenge I -_ ewareov..en_pe..e_p. I p.m. to 4 p.m. at the Eastry of Everett; two sons, I SKYKOM/SH VALLEY ,, Tuesdays, 10-3 | j~ such an action on the grounds of noncompliance with the I m~: ,-dun umu you I County Senior Center, 12730 Leonard A. Korslund, of I BAPTIST CHURCH EVANGELICAL I I provisions of Chapter 43.21.C RCW (State Environmental Policy I ~ee~ ~! t,e }%%~, I Chain Lake Rd., Monroe. Seattle, Larry J..Korslund of I I / ~ Act) shall be commenced within thirty (30) days or be barred. I your oven ,oses Z:)"l-. I The applications for non- Monroe; one s,ster, Mrs. I East County Senior Center P~)t2~D~aansD~V'7?n-r69e06 I Wait until the cooking |assistance food stamps will Julie Gregory of Monroe; I Sunday School 1On.m. .. ,' .- "' I~ il II~l~l~~i The action taken by the Board of County Commissioners of I .:.-- : ..... ,..._.a I ..... - .... .4 .t. ....... .~..t.:b~_^_ I Morn no Worshi'o 11 a.m. sunday ~cnool, 9:45 a.m. It | Illl~ I uHl= =~ t';ulllla*~tt~u I De taken on a orop-m oasis, a.u tiH~ g~aHU~=HHUt~H. I Evenin~ Worsh(" 7 " m Morning Worship Service I ~.~,~~1~ Snohomish County, notice of which is hereby given, was as | before sizinq uP the I No appointment will be nec-Family suggests memorials IThursday~qight Pr~yerl~7 plm. 11a.m. . ' I follows: I situation. - " I essary. to the Everett Fire Dept. Aid [ New bus added to |)us Thursday, t~lidweek Serv,es, I ........... 1. Approval of a request to reclassify real property from rural use | Average ovens pre- ] Applicants for food stamli So Car Fund. I ministry (call for transpor ) " I I heat in 10 minutes, so [ are advised to bring in per- November(RE) to General/Commercial14, 1977. (GC) by adoption of resolution on | toy bakinfl don't pry- i onal identification for each 2. The nature of the proposed action is to reclassify the below- I heat longer. I member of the household i described real property from rural use (RE) to General/Commer- I Cook bv time and I and receipts for rent or house I I .L cial (GC) in order to permit the use of certain existing buildings I t=mn,ar~hlrlaq I I_q~ R I payments. Verification of in- ~ _., d / i Iff I and the construction of new buildings for those uses permitted in I - 'm m t lcome (wages, pensions, - /IE l, lrl lllll, I?l l : the General/Commercial (GC) zone classification including, but I :L _,2 I loans, gifts, unemployment I* I= _ atlm '- I I t \ I1 Ill II / III II II I \r/ l I "I I I compensation, etc.) and re- It- W. _ WIIII I I FI I/l center.ntlimitedt'thecnstructinfageneralcmmercialshpping I ...... ', "."."'_'"'_u "'" I sources (bank accounts, ~ ~ tMt ~al=~_~" I/lII,l v I~--~] I 3. Said action pertained to property commonly known as: the I excess snnnKa_g_e. ..... I stocks, second cars, etc.) will I ,S gl I Maltby School Property, located on the Maltby Road and approxi, urn I also be required, l\ II[l 'It I = mutely 1,200feet west of State Route 520. I I Certain expenses can be ~ ~ - \ mmm-'- " ,' Ill III I 4. Pertinent documents may be examined during regular I I deducted when computing ' --lll l Ill ~,111~1 ~ ~ll~a~ business hours at the office of the Snohomish County Planning [ ~~__.".~'.~; I the income upon which the ~ ll]l \ ~;lll ~ Department, 4th Floor, Snohomish County Administration Ine re. a,neo .n m w,,, i food stamp purchase price is Building, located at 3015 Wetmore, Everett, Washington. I[;:kO.sverii;hgcmDlete Tne JOD.aluminum | the oven [ ments,I based. RentmedicalOr housebills, child pay- Farm- r -nrd o--"-------- : FILED by Monroe School District and Ronald J. Nardone and care, funeral costs, and tui- uct~ and .- -- - .tup Vicky Lynn Nardone, applicants. I foil iS not an energy- I tion payments are some of . a .--. ,,. -- [ efficient way to save I these expenses and these upen nays a week a.m.-') p.m. = Ronald J. Nardone [ clea.ning_ tim.e" .Air I must also be verified by re- ' : Vicky "Lynn Nardone ceipts. ! ~eo~u~i~,:!: fD~i!:cu~:~;I Questions regarding the ~ g C e / :'MONROE SCHOOLDISTRICT non-assistance food stamp nppm ream -- 33 pt.. '1=o :Published December 1, 8, 1977 , r "" at - I halid v'm nls so'that I program and application p o- ! ;,o,,, I cedures can be directed to 259-8412 or 259-8603 Any ' $ [ 't t el . Homogenmed 1 .,__. , Just one misstep c." It s harder for a person to ] recipient needing transpor- I* "" change a champ into accept good advice than to ........... J tation to the outstations may nTTT oh LaL $1II chumP, give it. call for that help to 2S9-8438. ...... It''"= 1 i ua, ] g] " .... ........ * ....... ........ "-'- ' ' g ,71 FREE CATAI G . 2% - * 1" gal. at ~~~ For a free government catalog ~ W'*k ..o. -....,,ha.= , "-I I ll~il~~~a]l~/~ ~ ~ f booklets,listing mOrewnte:.than 200 help ,ful g~ ~ waLaa ~glt~ 1~ m ~, ~t~9 3., ~u ] ~ Consumer Information ]o . Center, Dept. B, Pueblo, ~ * u. ._ Homogenmed 69 ]A gal. 2% 67 Va gal. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY Colorado 81009. Entered as Second Class Matter at the Post Office at [ Buttermilk 30 qt. Skim Milk 29 qt. ~[' " ee - ~ - Monroe, Washington, under the Act of March 3, 1898. p, 'a" Dur uream ,1;) pt, pt. MEMBER Circular Enclosed . ; Announcing An " )t. - MJ "' ea ,4~so,iation - Founded 1885 .~ SUBSCRIPTION RATES ' L t, Skykomish, SnohomishandSnoqualmieValle, s, S7.50! oLIDAy: quart U' I' ' - I ........... .... per year. Outside the valleys, $8.50 per year. Legal and e. Self Serviee ;I Official Newspaper for the City of Monroe, Town of . Skykomish, Snohomish County Fire Protection District k Ill It I " Monroe Home Bakery No. 3, King County Fire Protection District No. 50, ,' -Public Hospital District NO. 1, Monroe School District i mm ! I If L - """ No. 103, Highland Water District, and Skykomish " E Dr cap 59.9" gaL ::1 :, Sponsored by the h White or Wheat / School District No. 404. Address all mail to Post Office t Monroe Box No. 399, Monroe, Washington 98272. I Q 1 ~/'1"" Howard W. Volarid and ~ Chamber of Commerce Mary Alice Gunderson Voland ............ Publishers . in cooperation with the Howard W. Voland .......................... Editor Monroe Althea Hendrickson ............... Advertising Sales and Office Manaser Business Manager D.R. Johnson ................... Shirley Smith ................. Woman's Page Editor Recreation DePartment