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Legal notices IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF SNOHOMISH JUVENILE COURT IN THE MATTER OF THE WELFARE OF CARVER: Richard J. Minor Child NOTICE OF PUBLICATION NO. 10803 TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: You are hereby notified that there has been filed in this court on March 2, 1976, a petition praying that all persons having any legal, natural, or parental rights in and to the above-named child be permanently deprived of all such interest or rights, and that the said child be placed in the permanent care and custody of the Department of Social and Health Services, State of Washington, and that said agency be authorized to thereafter consent to the adoption of said child by any persons deemed fit and proper. You are also notified that Violet Carver Swanger, natural mother of the above-named child, has been permanently deprived of all her parental rights and interests in and to said minor child. You are further notified that your failure to appear and show cause why the prayer of such petition should not be granted may result in a deprivation and termination of your rights in and to said child and thereafter the adoption of said child by any persons deemed fit and proper. A hearing upon such petition will be had at 9:30 o'clock A.M. on the 9th day of February, 1977, before the Juvenile Department of this Court at the Charles R. Denney Youth Center, 2801-10th Street, Everett, Washington, when and where all persons interested shall appear and show cause why such petition should not be heard and the prayer thereof granted. DATED this 7th day of December, 1976. KAY D. ANDERSON Snohomish County Clerk By Lois Pickard Deputy Clerk Published December 16, 23, 30, 1976 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF SNOHOMISH JUVENILE COURT IN THE MATTER OF THE WELFARE OF ORR: Donald Tony Minor Child NOTICE OF PUBLICATION NO. 13942 TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: You are hereby notified that there has been filed in this Court on the 6th day of December, 1976, a petition praying that all persons having any legal, natural or parental rights in and to the above- named child be permanently deprived of all such interests or rights, and that said child be placed in the permament care and custody of the Department of Social and Health Services, State of Washington, and that said agency be authorized to thereafter consent to the adoption of said child by any persons deemed fit and proper. You are also notified that a written consent to such placement and adoption has already been given by Everlie Briscoe, the natural mother of said Donald Tony art. You are further notified that your failure to appear and show cause why the prayer of such petition should not be granted may result in a deprivation and termination of your rights in and to said child and thereafter the adoption of said child by any persons deemed fit and proper. A hearing upon such petition will be had at 9:00 o'clock A.M., on the 9th day of February, 1977, before the Juvenile Department of this Court at the Charles R. Denney Youth Center, 2801-10th Street, Everett, Washington, when and where all persons interested shall appear and show cause why such petition should not be heard and the prayer thereof granted. DATED this 7th day of December, 1976. KAY D. ANDERSON Snohomish County Clerk By Lois Pickard Deputy Clerk Published December 16, 23, 30, 1976 t t " It =============================== S e rv in g the Snohomish and :iiiiiiiiii!iiii iiiiiiiiiiUi!iii!ili : : : : : S k:y:ko mii:s h Valleys .................................................................................i................:.........:.. Phone" Armed orces News Navy Seaman Mark D. Geier, son of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Geier of 17804 157th NON-CONFORMING--County health officials have condemned Monroe's open dump site west of the Sky Valley Raceway because it doesn't meet sanitary landfill standards. But because of a host of legal and financial entanglements, the dump will remain in operation until the county formalizes its plans to maintain a county-wide garbage disposal system. When that system does begin to function, fears are that Monroe residents will have to dig a little deeper into their pockets to pay garbage, bills. (See related article, page I) monroe, recently partici- Services Held for Delpha Fleming pated in Exercise ' Readiex 2-77" off the Southern Calif- ornia coast. He is a crewmember aboard the aircraft carrier USS Coral Sea, homeported in Ala- meda, Calif. He was one of more than 10,000 men taking, part in the seven-day exerctse, which included 18 ships and 100 aircraft. Navy ships and air- craft squadron were joined by a Canadian aircraft squadron to test and evalu- ate current tactical plans and provide essential training for fleet units. He joined the Navy in Sep- tember 1976. Navy Boatswain's Mate Second Class Joseph F. Carl- son, son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd O. Carlson of Route 1, Box 501, Snohomish, has been selected as the Sailor of the Quarter for the tank landing ship USS Bristol County, homeported at San Diego. Carlson was chosen from among all the enlisted per- sonnel assigned to the com- mand, and was cited for his outstanding performance of duty, proficiency, leadership initiative and military bear- ing during the third quarter "of 1976. A 1968 graduate of Snoho- mish High School, he joined the Navy in January 1969. Services were held Dec. 3 in Monroe for Delpha M. Fleming, 82, of Everett, who died Nov. 30. She was born May 23, 1894 in Iowa, came to Seattle in 1935, and then to Monroe in 1936 and Baring in 1942. She lived there until 1952, when she moved to Everett. She was a member of the Bethel Baptist Church of Everett. She leaves four children, Larry of Monroe, Mrs. Bill (Florence) Huffy of Kirkland, lvan of Seattle, and Mrs. Chris (Doretta) Runo of Eve- refi; one brother, Herman Pence; three sisters, Mrs. Harlan (Sylva) Jamison, Mrs. Art (Luella) Hewer, both of South Dakota, and Mrs. Chuck (Leta) Ronan of Vancouver, Wash.; thirteen grandchildren; twelve great- grandchildren. She also leaves her good friend Stan Startwell of Everett. Services were conducted in the Purdy and Kerr Chapel, Monroe, with Pastor Credo D. Erickson officiating, ln- terment in the Monroe IOOF Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the Bethel Baptist Church, Everett, or the Handicapped Children's Fund at Buckley, Washington. Legal notice CITY OF MONROE Monroe, Washington LEGAL NOTICE Ford Dealers as a group lease more cars than anybody else. That tells you we must be doing our job right, pleasing people, winning new friends. December 16, 1976, Monitor, Monroe, WA., Page Seven ll II STUDENTS' STUDY IN EUROPE /I |J Mr. Pruett will be leading a Theatre Tour of three l IJcities in Europe over Spring Vacation. The cities willJl Ilbe London, Amsterdam and Paris. /I II The tour will be arranged by the Foreign Studvll llLeague and will cost around $800. [April 2 to April 1011 llare the dates for the trip.] There will be evening ses-ll Ilsions with Mr. Pruett instructing a fine arts presenta-III Iltion including music, dance, theatre and art of thell in Ilthree cities prior to the trip. There will be a limit ofll |Jonly 8 students for this year's tour. II |1 For further information contact Monroe Middlel| 200 rears at tlm mine locatio.. IISchool, 794-7573. /I II John has owned and operated Everett's AAA In- stant Printing for six years. During that time, he hasn't had a qualified pension or profit-sharing plan. So this year, he opened an individual retirement account (IRA) at Everett Federal. With Everett Federars IRA, John can deposit up to $1500 of his earned income each year. And he doesn't have to pay taxes on his IRA savings or the interest it earns until he retires. He saves on taxes now. And when he retires, he'll probably be in a lower tax bracket, which means a dou- ble tax savings. If you're currently emp- loyed by a business that doesn't have a retirement or profit-sharing program, you qualify for Everett Federars individual retirement plan. The deadline for starting a new IRA is December 31. Stop by soon. Now is a good time to talk to our specially trained staff about your indi- vidual retirement account. The regular meeting of the Monroe Planning Commis- sion scheduled for Monday, December 27, 1976, is here- by cancelled. EVERETT FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 794-7116 MONROE PLANNING COMMISSION Betty King, Secretary Published December 16, 1976 Monroe: Main & Woods Everett ladisoneSllver LakeoLynnwood We're car specialists with We have a big choice of complete facilities and factory- cars in stock and can lease you any trained people. We offer you expert one we have--right now. Or get you help in everything from selecting to the exact model, color and equip- servicing cars. ment you want. We lease cars and trucks-- Nobody is in as good a and we sell them. If we think it position to lease you a Ford for as would be to your advantage to buy little as we can. We buy direct from rather than to lease, we'll steer you the factory at dealer cost and deal straight, directly with you in turn. We have just the c@r you want MUSTANG II PINTO FOR D We're local businessmen: our future depends on satisfying you. We're also part of a nationwide dealer network that can help you anywhere. FORD LTD MAVERICK FORD LTD II GRANADA T-BIRD E Main & Madison Monroe 794-5200 4 SANTA JUST thought he'd try OUt one of the comfortable recliners at DEVER'S FURNITURE, 123 N. Lewis, Monroe. The problem was that after all his Christmas preparations, the Old Gent was a bit tuckered and he dozed off. Miss Merry Christmas hoped to wake him before his Christmas Eve tour, as did John Skarberg, Minerva Kucken and Jack Burgess. They carry only the finest in furniture, carpets and draperies and offer free delivery. Bank cards are gladly accepted. Their telephone number is 794-8141. The Yellow Pages are packed with luggage. With ads for suitcases and trunks and flight bags. With ads, in fact, for any product or service. In brief, that's our case for letting your fingers do'the walking through the Yellow Pages. v vvv v v vv vv~P'vv'~v"~v v v VVv Vvvv V v-v VV v v v v v v v v'v~vv ~'