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For sale Only $1.50 for 20 Words for One We $1.00 FOR EACH ADDITIONAL WEEK- Services Work wanted Real estate k. Legal notice We wish to express our sincere appreciation to rela- tives and friends for your kind thoughtfulness in mem- ory of our beloved father. All of you paid him such a wonderful tribute. We shall forever miss him but will always have happy memo- ries. Daughters of AI Borlin - Nancy, Kathy and Carol and Families 49/ltc LegaJ notices Chicken manure mised with alder sawdust. By the bag. You pick up or 5 to 10 yards delivered. 794-7319. Evening calls are best. 15/tfc Eastern Alfalfa hay and lo- cal. Joe Anderson, 794-7197. 43/tfc FREE TURKEY With the purchase of a new range or hot water tank. Petrolane Gas, Stevens Pass Highway, Monroe. 44/5tc Habitrail with gerbils - $50 value, for $20. Pin ball machine, large, $10. 18011 - 149th S.E., Monroe, 794- 8221. 48/tfc Firewood - 24" alder, de- livered Monroe $40 cord. 794-6O27. 48/4tp POTATOES 794-8855 Sunny Acres Berry Farm 1/2 mile So. of Monroe on Duvail Highway. Closed Saturdays. 48/3tc Christmas Trees. You cut, sheared Douglas Fir. All sizes. 7,000 to choose from. Sultan Basin Tree Farm. Only 1 mile off highway at Sultan. Signs posted. 48/2tps Natural fur jacket, double bed- bookcase head, metal travel dog cage, sideroom tent, 3 solid wood doors. 794-8096. 48/2tp Dinette set, 6 naugahyde chairs, $85. B/W 17" TV, $60. 794-6670. 48/tfc A DAY OF DISCOVERY From Cypress Gardens, Flo- rida. Sunday, 8 a.m. Channel 7. 49/3tc BIG SALE On bicycles, all sizes. Many many other items. Also big bag sale on miscellaneous and clothing. All you can get in a bag for $1. Furniture, TVs, tools, appliances and beds. Hurry while they last. Cooper's Thrift Shop 3471/2 N. Kelsey, Monroe 794-5376- 49/2tc Outgrown size 8V2 Lang men's buckle ski boots, $25. Call 794-7918 after 6 p.m. 49/ffc Christmastrees-your choice $5. Call after 4 p.m. 794- 8326. 49/ltp Winchester 30.06 with Wea- ver 4X scope. Excellent con- dition. Used once. Call 794- 8987. Ask for Rick. $135 or offer. 49/ltp AUTO LICENSES - 1977 As a service to the commu- nity, we will be pleased to process license renewals by mail starting January 1, 1977 Simply mail your notice to- gether with your check, pay- able to "Department of Motor Vehicles". Please be sure to include a $1 fee for EACH LICENSE to be pur- chased. Mail to: Gordon Soma Ins., P.O. Box 70, Monroe, WA 98272. Be sure to include return address and phone number. 49/3tc Legal notice MONROE PUBLIC SCHOOLS School District No. 103 Monroe, Washington 98272 The Board of Directors of Monroe School District No. 103 have rescheduled their regular meeting December 20, 1976 to 9:15 p.m. The meeting will be held in the Board Room of the Admin- istration Office, 480 W. Col- umbia, Monroe. Irv Jones, President Board of Directors Monroe School District No. 103 Monroe, Washington 98272 Published December 16, 1976 VAIL'S UPHOLSTERY Custom Homes For sale by owner - 794-8855. Main Street, Sultan All types of commercial and 10-acre producing berry farm Professional residential building and re- 3 bedroom house and road- Upholstering Service modeling. Fireplaces, brick side stand. Monroe area. No 793-5785. After 6 p.m., 794- and block work. 793-2742. Saturday calls please. 5892. 18/tfc 48/2tc 46/ffcs 3 Bedroom house for sale WELL DRILLING with carport, full basement, LEARN AND PLAY RESIDENTIAL W/W carpeting, on Van CHILD CARE CENTER and Brocklin. $25,500. 794-7408, Ages 3 through 6 COMMERCIAL Mrs. Cross or 374-9767, Mrs. Open 6:30 a.m. - 6 p.m. A.R. (Rob) Aurdal Jones. Licensed Child Care P.O. Box 662 40/fie 794-4044 or 794-6226 Monroe 34/ffc 794-7136 cOUNTRY HOME Licensed Bonded 2 acres and a lovely 3 bed- Insured DRESSMAKING ' 40/tfc room custom-built rambler AND with 2 baths (one off the ALTERATIONS master bedroom), a huge 794-7662 brick fireplace with raised Call after 6 p.m. hearth, formal dining, eating 17/ffc space in kitchen, built-in BULLDOZING Call the man who performs In business since '56 LEE HOPKINS CO. 794-8329 38/tfc double oven with range, a family room and 2-car garage attached. Secluded too. Priced at $43,500. Call 794- 8322 GREEN STATE PROPERTIES, INC. 512 E. Main - Monroe 49/ltc Expert painting and Repair- ing. inside or outside. Bill Monger, 793-2053. 42/tfcs Welding: Your place or mine 794-6125 or 794-6359. Port- able welder. 28/tfc Backhoe service and alfalfa haw. Sewers, drains, ditches and stumps removed. Joe Anderson, 794-7197 43/ffc NEED IT PUSHED? Call the Weekend Bulldozer for the little push that helps a lot. Evenings and weekends. 794-5354. 44/tfc Livestock ABS Proved Sires. 10 breeds. Dairy and Beef. 259-0123 be- fore 10 a.m. 5/tfc Bull rentals and daily bull service. Delivered. Regis- tered Whiteface, Black An- gus, Charolais, Shorthorn, Holstein. 629-3541. Roy Baker. 17/fie TO THE SEATTLE YARDS or across the street, let Brit- ton Brothers do your LIVE- STOCK HAULING m Any- where--anytime. Snohomish LO 8-6011. 30/fie Need Cedar Sawdust? Excel- lent for pet litter, mulching or barnyard bedding. CHIPS good for barnyards and deco- rative mulching for landscap- ing. Truck load, U-haul or delivered. Roesler Timber Co 793-9811. 28/tfc MARYSVILLE AUCTION Livestock Auction 5 miles north of Marysville on Highway 99. Livestock sale every Monday, 11:30 a.m. Dairy replacements, ba- by calves, weaner pigs. Tuesday, general livestock sale. 1S/fie Dispersion Quality herd of excellent disl~ositioned Appaloosas. Youth horses, brood mares, using geldings, weanlings. Pictures - pedi- grees upon request. Schwend's KD Ranch Rt 2, Box 272A, Monroe 794-4224 49/ltc Mobile homes Bought house. Selling 1975 12X60 2 bedroom mobile home. Stove, refrigerator in- cluded. Space for washer and dryer. $7,500. Call 794-7534. 47/2tc CLOSE OUT Four Seasons and Bayfront 14X60 2 bedrooms, $10,500. 14X72 2 or 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, $12,800. 14X72 Island kitchen, 2 bedrooms, $12,700 Where the wise ' and thrifty buy Barnyard Sales 523-91st Ave. SE Everett 334-4033 Across from Frontier Village at Lake Stevens 48/ffc Gravel your small drive? Crushed rock - large or small amount. We don't "dump and runn", we fix it right. Firewood, topsoil, clean-up, etc. References. 794-7139 anytime or 794-6452 days. 19/tfc Autos For Super Buys, See The Super Guys, Pete, Jim & Gary Curley-Johnston Ford Main and Madison 7 4-5200 MONROE HEIGHTS By builder, view home. All cedar "L" with Basalt Stone fireplace. 3 B.R., 2 baths, insulated glass. For informa- tion call 793-2742 after 6 or view at 108 Rivmont Dr. West. 45/tfc 1967 Ford t/2 ton pickup with ,-., canopy. 1969 - 360 engine. Church in small commumty. $1,200. 794-7903. Sanctuary capacity 125 thru 48/4tp 150. Furnishings, lower divi- sion rooms, Priced at $23,- 500. Startup, WA. 794-4931 Must sell before Dec. 15. or 1-793-9091. 28/tfc 1976 Black Bonneville - Brougham Pontiac. 15,000 miles. Everything automatic. 3 B.R. house for sale. With AM-FM and 8-track tape. carport, half basement, Radial white wall tires. W/W carpeting. On Van $5,700 or best offer. Call Brocklin. $25,500. 794-4525. Sultan 793-2916. Owners 374-9767. 47/tfcs 42/tfc 1966 IA ton Chev. pickup with Trailfinder canopy. Clean. Call 794-6313. 49/2tp LEGAL NOTICE The following vehicle will be sold at Public Auction on Dec. 20, 1976 at 1:00 p.m. at Schilaty's Towing, 500 E. Main, Monroe, WA. 1963 Chevy II Wagon Lic. # DMH221 49/ltc Help wanted BABYSITTER WANTED Monroe area -for 10-month- old infant. 794-8051. 47/2tp We will train you free in one of the following jobs: Radio Operation; Food Service; Truck Driver; Mechanics; Radar Equip. Repairman; Communications Spec; Law Enforcement; t~enerator Mechanic; Clerk Typist; Telephone Lineman; Radio/ TV Broadcasting. While training you will receive FREE: $400 + per too. room and board, medical and den- tal care, transportation, uni- forms. Full or part-time training. Army-Army Re- serve Opportunities. Call 362-1464. 47/2tc 5-acre tracts. One mile south of Monroe. 17 left. Some pasture and some wooded. VIEWS. Southwesterly ex- posure. Priced from $2,300. Good terms. Call 794-8322. GREEN STATE PROPERTIES, INC. 512 E. Main - Monroe /ltcm For Sale: Skykomishhouse. 3 bedroom, 2-story, fixer- upper. New roof- perfect for skiers with fix-up talent. $12,950 *** Commercial and small stor- age shed on lot and one-half. Minimum work to make suit- able for occupancy. Unique interior decor, trailer hook- up. $12,500 Call Redmond 883-3424.after 6 p.m. 49/ltc For rent 2 bedroom spacious apart- ment for rent. Covered par- ing. Washing facilities. No children or pets. 794-4402 or 334-3197. 45/tfc Missing since Nov. 15. Large black dog. Bloodhound/Lab mix. From Duvall area. $200 reward. 788-1977. 47/4tp Small 2 bedroom house. Washer and dryer hookup. $185/mo. See at 16211 177th S.E. If interested, call 776-9486. 49/ltc 2 bedroom furnished apart- ment in Monroe. $140. 793- 3645. 49/ltp Responsible person 18 or older to babysit nights in my home. 5 days per week. Must have own transportation. References. 794-6723 or 794- 8661. 48/ffc PART TIME HELP WANTED: For janitor posi- tion for City of Monroe. For further information contact the City Clerk's office, City Hall. The City of Monroe is an equal opportunity em- ployer. 49/2tc Responsible, reliable baby sitter needed in my home in Gold Bar. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday. 7 a.m" to 12 noon. 793-5262. Begin Jan. 3. 49/2tp Found: Boxes of clothing, shoes and toys near Fair- grounds. 794-8212. 49/ltc Other rentals NEW at Coast to Coast, EZ 2 bedroom apartment, new carpet, $150. References, de- posit. No children. No pets. Close to shopping. 794-4924. 49/2tp New 3 bedroom rambler, 1 bath, double garage. Rent $275. 568-9650 or 794-4182. .... 49/2tc Wanted Wanted: Sincere persons in- terested in joining already established Poets' Coffee Hour. No cost. Call 794- 5502. 48/2tp to use Chem-Clean profes- sional rug cleaner wlth hot Pets water extractor. Powerful 2 HP suction. Hourly or daily For Sale: Registered Labra. rentals. Call 794-7564, 8 a.m. dor Retriever puppies, 5 to 6 p.m. or drop by the store weeks old, $150. Call 794- at Main and Lewis, Monroe.4200 business hours. 39/ffc 49/ffc 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 MC GHIE: Infant Girl Minor Child NOTICE OF PUBLICATION NO. 14220 TO WHOM lT 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 interest or rights, and that 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 a written consent to such placement and adoption has already been given by Donna L. McGhie, the natural mother of said Infant Girl McGhie. 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 10th 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 grante DATED this 7th day of December, 1976. KAY D. ANDERSON Snohomish County Clerk By Lois Pickard Deputy Clerk Published December 16. 23, 30. 1976 Ordinance No. AN ORDINANCE ADOPTING THE BUDGETFOR THE CITY OF MONROE, WASHINGTON, FOR THE YEAR 1977 AND MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR ESTIMATED EXPENDI- TURES. THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF MONROE DO ORDAIN AS FOLLOWS: " Section 1. The budget for the City of Monroe, Washington, for the year 1977, as approved on the 22nd day of November, 1976, after due notice of hearing and filing of the preliminary budget with the City Clerk, as required by law, is hereby adopted in the aggregate total sum of $1,211,962.27. Section 2. There is hereby appropriated from estimated revenues, including available surplus, revenues and taxation and revenues from all other sources, the following amounts for the expenditures m each of the following funds, during the budget year of 1977, as follows: GENERAL FUNDS REVENUES EXPENDITURES CURRENT EXPENSE $ 379,122.00 $ 379,122.00 COMMUNITY RECREATION 2,993.00 2,993.00 CITY STREET 62,488.00 62,488.00 ARTERIAL STREET 35,513.00 35,513.00 GARBAGE COLLECTION 53,435.00 53,435.00 WATER 187,100.00 187,100.00 SEWER 113,075.00 113,075.00 FEDERAL REVENUE SHARING 48,690.00 48,690.00 INVESTMENT AND ACCUMULATIVE EQUIPMENT FUNDS CURRENT EXPENSE FUND 5,832.85 5,832.85 WATER FUND 12,350.00 12,350.00 SEWER FUND 7,000.00 7,000.00 WATER BOND REDEMPTION RESERVE FUND 22,401.79 22,401.79 SEWER BOND REDEMPTION RESERVE FUND 22,656.17 22,656.17 ARTERIAL STREET FUND 5,000.00 5,000.00 WATER REVENUE BOND REDEMPTION FUND 23,700.00 23,700.00 SEWER REVENUE BOND REDEMPTION FUND 71,373.00 71,373.00 FEDERAL REVENUE SHARING FUND 20,000.00 20,000.00 ACC. LAND ACQUISITION & BLDG. FUND 73,200.00 73,200.00 ACC. FIRE DEPT. BUILDING FUND 9,720.00 9,720.00 ACC. FIRE DEPT. FUND 7,827.77 7,827.77 ACC. CITY STREET EQUIP- MENT FUND 4,074.69 4,074.69 ACC. SEWER EQUIPMENT FUND 8,210.00 8,210.00 ACC. WATER EQUIPMENT FUND 13,900.00 13,900.00 ACC. GARBAGE EQUIP- MENT FUND 500.00 500.00 ACC. WATER CONSTRUC- o TION FUND 21,800.00 21,800.00 GRAND TOTAL, ALLFUNDS $ lt211r962.27 $ 1,211.962.27 Section 3. Copies of the detailed and itemized budget adopted for the year 1977, shall be kept on file at the office of the City Clerk and shall be available for inspection, which budget by this reference is adopted and incorporated as if fully set forth herein. PASSED by the City Council of the City of Monroe at a regular meeting thereof and APPROr~D by the Mayor this 8th day of December, 1976. CITY OF MONROE, WASHINGTON Grace Kirwan, Mayor Attest: Betty King, City Clerk APPROVED AS TO Carleton Knappe, city Attorney FORM: Published December 16, 1976 :2 December 16, 1976, Monitor, Monroe, WA., Page Nine Legal notices IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASITINGTON IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF SNOHOMISH JUVENILE COURT IN THE MATTER OF THE WELFARE OF LOGER: Brian Lee Minor Child NOTICE OF PUBLICATION NO. 10403 TO THOM IT MAY CONCERN: You are hereby notified that there has been filed in this Court on June 12, 1975, 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 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 Nadine Bumgarner, 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 9:00 o'clock A.M. on the 7th 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 shal! appear and show cause why such petition should not be heard and the prayer thereof granted. DATED this 6 day of December, 1976. KAY D. ANDERSON Snohomish County Clerk By Kathy Johnson Deputy Clerk Published December 16, 23, 30, 1976 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF SNOHOM1SH JUVENILE COURT IN THE MATTER OF THE WELFARE OF WILLHITE: John L. WISDOM: Ellen L. SMITH: Byron R. Minor Children NOTICE OF PUBLICATION NO. 13135 TO: James Eugene Willhite Ronald Wisdom Spike Leroy Smith and TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: You are hereby notified that there has been filed in this Court on the 30th day of June, 1976, a petition praying that all persons having any legal, natural or parental rights in and to the above- named children be permanently deprived of all such interest or rights, and that said children 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 children by any persons deemed fit and proper. You are also notifiedthat a written consent to such placement and adoption has already been given by Nora L. Cagle, the natural mother of the above-named children. 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 children and thereafter the adoption of said children by any persons deemed fit and proper. A hearing upon such petition will be had at 9:15 o'clock A.M., on the 7th 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 3rd day of December, 1976. KAY D. ANDERSON Snohomish County Clerk By Lois Pickard Deputv Clerk Published December 16, 23.30, 1976 Ordinance No. 633 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 620 OF THE CITY OF MONROE, WASHINGTON BY MAKING CERTAIN CORRECTIONS THERETO. THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF MONROE, WASHINGTON DO ORDAIN AS FOLLOWS: Section 2, Method a, Formula 1, which currently reads L~lfAhpl.&. A minimum monthly sewer charge based on formula: the Formula 1 Monthly Charge Equals: Water Use of Measured Sewage Flow in Cubic Feet per Day 187,165 cubic feet X (Total Yearly Revenue Needed for All Sewer Expenditures)" is amended to read as follows: Method a. A minimum monthly sewer charge based on the formula: Formula 1 Monthly Charge Equals: Water Use of Measured Sewage Flow in Cubic Feet per Day 187,165 cubic feet x 12 x (Total Yearly Revenue Needed for All Sewer Expenditures). PASSED by the City Council this 8 day of December, 1976. CITY OF MONROE, WASHINGTON By Grace Kirwan, Mayor Attest: Betty King, City Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM: Carleton F. Knappe City Attorney 1st Reading: 11-22-76 2nd Reading: 12-.08-76 Published December 16, 1976