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THE .mOHROE mOnITOR SIXTY-FIRST YEAR MONROE, SNOHOMISH COUNTY, WASHINGTON:--THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1960 NUMBER 47 r Q e 0 e $ Christmas Eve, Day Services Announced By Valley Churches Traditional Christmas Eve services are being planned at sev- eral valley Churches this year. With/Christmas falling on Sunday spedal music and program is being planned by several churches for morning worship services. An invitation to join their congrega- tions in worship has been extended to one and all. Mission Covenant &apos;The annual 11 p.m. Jutobta ser- vice is planned on (lristmas eve, December 24, at the Mission Co- venant Church. The choir wl pre- sent the Owistmas cantata, "The Music of Bethl," directed by Mrs. Charles King. Miss Jryne Borglund is pianist. The Rev. Fred Ne said there would be only one service on Chdst- rrms day, the 11 a.m. morning wor- stflp. Sunday school and 4t evening dmrch service  not be held this Stm(ky. Morning worship sermon theme will be, "(2wist The Lord." Nazarene Church Otristmas day services at the Cbtwch of the Nazarer will be Smaday school at 9:45 a.m., m.or ing warship at 11 a.m. and a candle- light service t 7:30 p.m. Wagner Sunday School Tonight, December 22, the Sun- day school plgram "Christmas Ohoral Reading" wilt be presented at Wagner Union Sunday school at 8 p.m. Each deprtent will sing. "and act out sectiolts of the pro- directed by Mrs. Den Brad- ley. Pianist  be Jeanette Boy- den, a stude t Seattle Pacific College. Mrs. C. R. Winsteed is program director. Costuming and setting for ,the program at the Wagner Commun- Ky Hal is being arranged by Mrs. Roberta Simmons and Mrs. Evert Carlson. Mrs. Winstead md Mrs. Beadley have made choir robes for the junior choir members. On Ohristrras morning a film, "SheIr in the Cumberlands." in color will be shown la 9 a.m. in- stead of the usual l0 a.m. hour this Sunday only. The fiWn tells the story of an orphanage in Kentucky. First Mennonite "ltxe junior Sunday school depart- ment program tat the First Men- nonite Church will be held ,at 8 p.m. on Cbastmas eve. The program wil be lxrtrayed in poem, dialogue and song. Special Christmas music is plan- nod for ,She 11 a.m. wp ser- vice on Christmas morning. Sun- day school will be held at I0:15 aATL Mayor Meets, Opposition On Engineering Post Mayor Robert H. Foliis' efforts to terminate the position of town engineer was met by opposition Ls town council met here last week. The mayor was of the opinion that after mother month or so etineering projects would be "eaughi up", thus there would be no further need far the services of William Parlor, town engineer who has held the post since William Morton left several months ago. Councilman Oax Garey empha- sized that the own is in constant need of enginem'ing advice and in general objected to the mayor's proposal. Other councilmen were in agreame with Garey that ter- minatian of Parker's services would not be in the frost, interests of the community. Folis indicated that he was not too happy with a larker report giv- en at a recent meeting at Which time a sewage disposal project, for Park Plce, the Washington State Reformatory and Mmtroe General hospital were discussed. Council- woman, Mrs. P. P. Cooley, came to Pm'ker's defense, declaring that he, Parker, had the answers. "We just didn't want to accept them," Mrs. Cooley told the mayor. And that's about as far as the diseuoa west. Holier Dollar Winner Scores For 63 Bucks Mrs. Eileen Clark of MiMdy's Frock Shop had the privilege of presenting Mrs. Dale Raben, Pm'k Pl*ace, with $63 ,ast M_nday fter- noon of charge, without ob- ligation and so forth. Mrs. Raben was a holler dolm" winer. The lucky buck stumbled upon by the Monroe woman yeas found at either Tri Valley Ptmrmacy, Camp Rey Drug or Cummings Beathers--none of which was the scene of the Monday morning planL Next week the holler dollar---to he pIRnted in one of. the 14 partici- St. Mary's Catholic Three masses, two on Ckristmas day and one on 0]ristas eve, are p]zanned .at St. M a r y' s Oolie Church, the Rev. J.J. cGral, an- noune. His sermon subject for the two Christmas morning masses will :be "No Room In The Inn" and hymns wl be sung at bh masses. The adult choir will sing at the Cristmas eve midnight high r ,s. Christmas Sunday m,a s s e s are slated for 8:30 .m. and 10:30 a.m. Skykomish Protestant Tlm high school and junior groups lat file Skykon'Rsh Protestart Chm'ch will Christmas carol on Saturday, December 24. A Otristmas service is 1armed for the  womba'p hour t 11 a.m. on Christmas Sunday, De- cemher 25. Our Lady of the Snows A midght Christmas eve mass preceded by coessious beginning ,at 1 p.m. is slated ,by Our Lady of the Snows Catholic Church, Sky- komish. Peace Lutheran "Our Heroics For Jesus" is theme for *he special Christmas service to be presented by the Sun- day school of Pece LtRheran Church at 7:30 p.m. on Christmas eve, Saturday, December 24. There w be no Sunday school hour m Christmas day at tiffs curch but the family Christmas service is pl.mmed for 10 a.m. on Sunday, Rev. Maffdn C. Stuebe, sid. Special music will be the choir selection, "Sheplords' Christmas Song." ' [ Seventh-Day Adventist A special Christltas vesper ser- vice ,is scheduled t 3:15 p.m. Sat- urd,ay, December 24, a the Sv-' enth-Day Adventist Church. Assembly of God Cn-istmas wax'ning worfip 'f,' vices at the Assembly f God will be the 9:45 a.m. Sunday school service anti the 11 a.m. church ser- vioo. Christian Reformed The Sunday school program at the Christian Refurrd church is scheduled Friday, December 23, at 8 p.m. at the church. IZaul Zystva, superintendent, is in charge of pro. gram arrmgements. Each class w'ill present  special number and children will receive Christian .books and candy, chnrch pastor, the Rev. Henry T. Karsten, said. Regular worship services are pkanned for Christmas Sunday with worship t 10 a.m. and 2 'p.m. The choir vmta under direion of the Rev. Norman Beran is schedl/led for 8 p.m. on Sunday, December 25, t the chuech. Congregational Church school will nat ,be held Sunday at the First Congregational Church. But ta Rev. Earnest Li- del pointed out dldven are in- vited to join their parents in the church service. The sermon topic  'be "The Heart of ChrisLrn" and is being pannod to appat to persons of fll ages. The ,adult choir will sing the traditional Austrian carol "The Manger Carol." Country Mennonite An 8 p.m. Sunday school progran is planned on Ohristmas eve  the Cotmry Mennonite Church, The program will he direotmd by the junior depamnert leeders assisted by the Rev. Norman Bergen rand superinterdent, Den York. Christmas morning worship is sdaed for 11 a.m., and Sunday School at i0 a,m. Methodist The Methxlist church school pro- gam and party is pMnned Fray evening, December 23. The ehttre's aditional chora Christmas eve c0nmtmion service is slated for 7 p.m. Saturday in the church sanctuary. Chm'ch school is plmmed for 9:45 a.m. c the Methodist (2mh (u'istmas morning with the worship service following at 11 a.m. Speall music is being planned by the choir under direction of Mrs. Wallace-Pearson with Mrs. Burton Countryman at the organ. The youth choir direotd by Joy M, arsden will sing at the morning .worship service. Nancy Country- man is accompanist. Sermon tic iven by the Rev. Forrest D. Tibbttts is "God Came To Earth." Infartc baptism is also pkhmed for this service. Rod & Gun Club Talk Pollution, Hold Election Most recent activities of the Washington State Sportsmen's Coun- cil, the status of the incompleted Sunset Falls fis ladder, area pollution problems and an election of officers made the agenda of the Monroe Rod & Gun club's quarterly meeting here last Monday. For the fourth consecutive year J. D. Warren, Monroe area contrac- tor, was named president. State Says: Merchants, Bank Stuck With .Warrant Loss Financial relief for Monroe businessmen caught with Town of Monroe forged warrants apparent- ly will not be forthcoming. State Attorney General John J. O'Con- nell's office agreed with towu at- torney Joseph H. Smith that the town has no duty or authority to help sustain losses. In reply to a letter written by Smith, Robert F. Hauth, assistant state attorney general, said: "We certainly agree, with your conclusion that the Town has no dy or ,authority to pay ,any money to the various persons who seek to be indemnified on account of their payment on forged warrants." Smith read the letter into the re- cord at a town council meeting here :last week. Originally, the First Nationat Bank of Everett was stuck with some $7,500 in fraudulent varrants drawn and negotiated by a form- er town clerk. The bank in turn of- fered to share the loss with prior endorsers (primarily local business- men) on ,a fifty-fifty basis. The businessmen then .asked town offi- dais to ease their respective bur- dens. Thus it is. that the only apparent rdlif open to businessmen and-or the banking institution is 'a civil action against the Town of Monroe. However, from what has gone be- fore, this appears to be outside the realm, of possibility. Two Inmates Leave WSR Two Washington Sta Reforma tory  escaped from the in- stitution's dairy crearnery sout of town last Tuesday. They were identified ,as Kenneth Larson, 21, serving a term from Grays" Harbor County for eeond degree burglary, and Barney CarT, 21, convc'te in Tacon of auto theft. Kiwanis Names '61 Committees , Appointments to committees tlm 1961 .club year were made by the president land .board of the Kiveands Club of Monroe ast week. Those appointed to various commit- tees were: Achievement: Ver Fankhauser, Gone Eruster, Carl Garey .and John Vernon; Agricutture .and Con- servatien: Tony Oier, Ralph Min- or, Stanley Blinks, Ewalt Sehvag and arey; Attendance ,and Mern- bevship: Carence Currie, Harry Bayey, Claer Devers, Percy' Dyer, and Forrest Tibbitts. Boys' and G i r 1 s' committee: e Lidell, Clarence Peters, Arnie Charles, and Fanldmuser; Undervivileged C[hdveus': W. Jo- seph Brown, Jr. and Storrs Clough; Budget: Harald Fanlduser, Thom- as Marsden, Frank Killien, Law- fence WhitfiId and Clarence De- vers; House and Reception: Bob Stretch, Dan (kmnly, Killien, Evn- stee and t}ayley. Inter-club: Tibbitts, Dyer, Ern- ster and Clm'i; Kiwanis Educa- tion: Louie Morse, Ralph lmna- icy and Alex Zaremba; Program: 1st, Allan Burke, 2nd, Ctarence Devers, 3vd, Ward Bowden, and 4th, Harold lankhauser; Public Af- fairs: Walter BourdaSe, Cecil Kerr, Don Moellrmg, Bowden, ,and Wfl- ,lard Wyatt. Public Relafim: Whtfidd, Bil Skorick, Burke ,and Killien; Sen- ior Citizens: Walter Camp, Bour- dage, Dyer, Fenno Swan and Cecil Campbell; Sick Call and Relief: Bayley, Tibbitts and Frank Trul- ,linger; Support of Churches: Ram- aley, Schra, Camp and Brown; Vocational Guidance: C o n n e l I y, Ross DeMonbrvn, Marsden, Ern- ster nd Verne Fankhauser: Music: Harold Fankhauser and Sdtr. ag. The first ame on each commit- tee will serW  chairman of that ' f committee for the Tom'. Other officers e2ected were H. Jim Ht, Monroe attorney, secre- tary-treasurer for a second term; and Nrm Walker, local business- man, vice-president. Warren, retxrting on the Decem- ber 10-11 meeting of the state sportsmen's group, indicated" the pasa, ge of four masures, .and introduced "water l0lion facts" aired t the gMhering. At State Meet The first order of :business at the state meeting was a resection ds- crediting the Gunter-McKee report for the cottal of suite waste liquor pollion, and balBng upon the State PoUution Control Oomn'As- zion to "completely reject" the G u n t r e-McKee standards. The sports .council also urged the com- mission to adapt the State Depart- ment of Fisheries ,standards as of Febrnar 4, 1958. The "water pollution facts" point- ed out th,at about 86 per cent of state pollution is industrial, ,and of that, vver 50 per cent of state in- dtmtriat po.lution is by sulfite pulp mfls. In an effort to hold onto state l,ands or recreation, .ame h n d fisheries purposes, state sportsmen agreed to sponsor a bill toward that td in the 1961 legislature. In other resolutions, state sports- men wextt on record as sa0poffdng the Saff0e Departme of Fisheries fish farm pro, .and called for n increase in the Columbia River stee,lhead fishery via a joint effort of the game depadments of Idaho, Washington and Oregon. Local Sportsmen Seek In separate actions, Mom'oe area sportsmen elected, to ea upon Io cal legisors with regard, o the Sunset Falls fish ladder, initiative No. 25, ,and 'the Washington State tteikamtory sewage disposal prob- lem. Spertsen were  agreement that the fish }adder, reportedly out one4hird com1eted at about one-half nllion dollar expendi- ture, l finished by the State De- partment of Fisheries, the organ Which planned and began construc- tion of the ladder. Sportsmen reed that the fsh- cries depot had deV6opod a 2argo slmon run to the uppe reaches of the 'Skykomish River and that the tra by tank truck from the partially com- pleted ladder around and ,above tim falls was no longer ,adequate. In other words, they contended, the fisheries department lted developed a. respectable sano run and is now ..allowing it to deteriate/vr want of ,a mpleted ader. State iegisators--the group pans contacts with 9th district 9eator Wiltiam Gissberg and representa- tives Robert Bernethy and Hem'y Backstrom--will ,also be asked to urge expedition of art attorney gen- eral ruling on initiative No. 25. The initiative, peaining to the peren- nial dm construction problem, was pproved by voters last No- verab ,or 8, .and its constitutianalRy is now being questioned. Furthermm, lcal L  plan to ask tle 9th legislative team to work toward appropri*ation of" monies for alleviation of the WSR sewage problem. The only other poution subject making the club's agenda was cagnizance Of the problem being created by th Town of Sultan. Su.l- tan, sportsren observed, is the only community along the Skyko- mish not moving toward  remedy. Maude Gray Clark Aux. Pie Sale Hers $107 For OM'hopedic Hospital Mrs. Lee Lewis was hostess to members of the Maude Gray CSark Orthopedic Auxi for tbe',tr CJaristmas meeting. Cohostess was Mrs. Robert Fay, The business meeting included a report of the' election day pie and coffee sale when tia'e group netted $107.59. Susan Peters, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Peters. Blakely Street, received the felt Christmas table cloth the group gave. The auxiliary's annual gift was a special program feature Attending the party were Mes- dames W. Joseph Brown Jr., A- tan Burke, Donald Clarke, Storrs Clough, Clifford Fankhauser, Thom- as Gable, Carl Garey,' Clifford Gillies, Gdorge Hammond, Cecil Kerr, Ward Lawler, Burr Main, Roer Maxwell, Jack Minor, Vin- cent Nelson, Clarence Peters, Ma!- colm Stockwdl, Ernest Timpani Robert Warner. Wishing You All A Very Merry Christmas The Monroe Monitor Staff Scouts Collect 1,000 Books For Monroe General More than 1,000 pieces of liter- ature, in the forms of books, nov- els, paperbacks, comic books and the like, were collected in the re- cent book drive for Monroe Gen- elal Hospital held by the loca Boy Scouts of America. The troup col- lecting .the most books was that qed by Joe Quaranta. The group was presented a fonr-m ter. for their efforts. Evert Oarlson's tro o p w o n .h e second place prize, a book of bowl- ing tickets donated by Monroe Bowl. The drive, spnnsoved by the Man- ,roe Aerie 2327 Fraternal Order of Eagles, will coinue until further notice. The Eagles youth gnidance committee is heading up the pro- gram. Anyone sl desiring to donate books may call the drivd chair- man, Irv Fausset, or PYramid 4- 2296. Those connected with the drive have publicly expressed their ap- precn to those who helped the" boys "put the drive over." Goard Death Brings Charges An 18-year-old Everett girl has been charged with negliuent homi- dde /or the death of Miss Diane Gaard, 20, Monroe, in an auto acci- dent October 30. Miss Marlene Remington, driver of the car which struck the one in which Miss Goard was riding, was hold in the county jail Friday morning prior ,to being released on $1,0000 :bail. The accident occurred Wren the Remington ear swept to the wrong side of the highway to pass an- other vehicle and ashed head-on into the car in which Miss Goard and seven ohevs were riding. The acddent took pSace on Muldlteo Boulevard. i Deputy -secuter John Maxwe,l, who filed the information charging Miss Remington, said ,an arraign- rnent wl be held soon. Ron Wolfkill Home Following Auto Wreck Ron Wolfkill, ,son  Mr. and Mrs. M. V. WoI@.L W. Main St., return- ed to She Wolfldll home Monday from the University hosuital, Seat- tle, followin, an au*omobile acci- dent last week. Mrs.. Wolfkill reported yesterday that Ran is raeoverin, nicely from chest injuries received in the acci- dent, and is ex, veted to be just fine following recuperation. "R. td look s if the price 'of .liberty is eternal vigilance and ao ceiling on therrational debt" Dan Beml. Cummings Brothers Give Away Is Friday Cummings Bros. Depart- merit Store's annual Christmas give-away three Lionel dec- tric trains and two oven-ready ' ' Council Amends Current Budget Via Resolution Unforeseeable financial outlays turkeys---will be held at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Dec. 23 atCumm- during the current year prompted the Monroe Town Council to ings E. Main St. location. are r.rmd00 tlm't' e 7- must be present to: win. i I Sallee Appeal Fails In Court Dismissal of deputy nmrshal Jack Satlee by marshall (Yfmries -Iill as upheld in a superior cour hearing last Friday when judge Edward Nollmeyer ruled that the Monroe Civil Service Commission, which backed the firing, had acted in gd th. Salee,  12-year veteran of the pall ice force, had appealed his dis- missal to the superior court ater the civil service commission ruled that the dismissal was justified. Sallee was olmrged with three counts of neglect <ff duty, one count of injury to public service, and one of insubordination. The commission upheld .one nbglect of duty charge, the insubordinatim charge, ,and the injury to pulie service chge. Sallee maintained .that the com- mission had t}ail to act in good faith, or show good cause in up- holding his dismissal. Sallee was represented at the .hearing by Monroe attorney Storm Clough. Cle Elum Bests 'Cat Varsity Coach Bob WARNER'S Bearcat -m'sity suffered a 56-42 ess at the hands of Cle Elam there last week, thus making for {ke 'Cats a 1-4 season record. Beircat Jim Nasman was high poi man for both squads amer- ing a total of 14 points. Monroe fell behind 17-6 at the quarter, were in arrears 30-18 at the  and went into the final snza tlung 30. "le 'Cats only win of the sea- son was over Issaquah. They have lost contests to SuRan, Skykomish and Marysve. pass an emergency reesolutlon last week amending and supplementing the 1960 budget. Tim emergency resolution points out that certain changes in town l, as well ,as certain im- provements and maintenance, were required to preserve existing pub- tic buildings and property and fur- ther the operation of utilities. Fur- therrnore, the resolution attests that certain additional improve- ments and Iterations in govern- ment activities were required, all of which were esseut to continue normal operits and preserve 9ublic properties. The vesolutlv, expalins that. at the time of prepm-ing the '60 bud- get such conditions were unlmown to the council. Here is what the supplemental ,budget calls for: CURRENT EXPENSE FUND Increased receipts f r o m fines, licenses nd excise taxes .................. $,80S.00 Additional Expense a n d disbursement ; authoriz herein Clerk-additional salary 400.00 Additional operations ... 100.00 Attorney-Addi.tital operat- ing expense, by reason of pending litigation ....... 100.00 To iflll the corttraet obli- gation authorized in 1954 for digesting  index- ing Town Ordinances ... 900.00 Engineer- Operating ex- pense in connection with traffic problems and in- stallation af utity serv- ices ....................... 300.00 Police Civil Service Comm. Operation Expense (corn- ,mission created in June '60) ..................... 150.00 Town Hall - Opemtio and Emergency Repairs .... 700.00 Fh'exnen's Pension Fund . 355.00 Polic Operation, Extra personnel and services . 500.00 Grarbage Dump - Opera, ten ereabed by  in op- eration . ................ 300.00 STREET FUND Increase in receipts from motor vehicles, gas tax and Justice Court Fines 50000 Expense of extra labor ... 500.00 Local, County Masons Honor Town Attorney Joseph H. Smith was surprised and honored today by members of Peninsula Masonic Lodge, Everett, today when he received his,50-year Masonic Lodge pin. Smi, Monroe town ttorney, was also honored by tl presmce of several Monroe Maso ends ttendance t the meeting. SEWER FUND Transfer from appropria- tions for extensions and maintenance ............ 250.O0 Expense of extra labor 250.OO WATER FUND Increase in receipts .md transfer ................ 4400,00 Disbursements Salary of Assistant Supt.. 2,500.00 Extra ,taber .............. 1,000.00 Additioaal Social Seettrity 600.00 Additional State Excise Tax 00.00