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False Two, Monitor. Monroe, WA. D, ecemben ~8, 1972 John Ward Sr. Service Held MONR0 PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY Entered as Second Class Matter at the P6st' Office at Monroe, Washington, under the Act of March 3, 1898. MEMBER Nt iB NAL WW E R Association - Founded 1885 SUBSCRIPTION RATES Monroe, Skykomish and Snoqualmie Valleys, per year $5.00. Outside Monroe, Skykomish and Snoqualmie Valleys $6.00. Official Newspaper of the City of Monroe and Town of Skykomtsh. Address all marl' to Post Office Box No. 399, Monroe, Washhlgton 98272. Editor & Publisher. .Howard Voland Gfflce Manager .......... Althea Hendrickson Advertising ................ Bruce Healy News Editor .............. Dick Baldwin. Comment... Funeral " services were held Wednesday in the Purdy and Kerr Chapel for John P. Ward, Sr. Reverend Wally Lancaster of- fictated and interment was in the IOOF Ceme- tery. Mr. Ward, 84, of 225 S. Madison Street, died December 23 follow- Ing a brief illness. He was born August 12, 1888, in Sweden and had been a resident of the Monroe area for 47 years. Mr. Ward worked as a logger for most of his life and re- tired after 20 years with the Weyerhaeuser Company. He was a member of Eagles Lodge No. 1, Seattle and the East County Senior Center. He leaves his wife, Elsie, at home; three sons, Richard and John P., Jr., both of Monroe; and Ted of Manchester, Washing- ton; a daughter, Mrs. Jack (Linnea) Webster of Monroe; f o u r grandchildren; three step-grandchildren; a nephew, Gunnar Carl- berg of Bremerton and many other nieces and nephews in Sweden. He was preceded in death by his brother, Gunnar Swanson in 1964. LicenseChange SoUght By Tavern The State Liquor Control Board has an- nounced that Yvonne Ellingsworth has filed an application to move the existing license for the Sunset Tavern. The tavern is pres- ently located at 216 East Main Street and is requesting author- ization to move to 214 North Lewis Street. Sno-lsle Bookmobile Scheduled A nnounced The spring schedule for the Sno- Isle Regional Library Bookmobile has been released. The spring schedule begins Jan- uary 15 and continues through June 8 for the Monroe, Sultan and Index areas. Stops will be made at the Mon- roe Convalescent Center from 10:05 to 10:25 a.m.; 148th Street S.E. (Old Monroe-Sultan Road) and 275th Avenue S.E. from 10:55 to 11:15 a.m. and at E. Lentz', 124th Street S.E. (Crossroads) at Sultan-Basin Highway from 11:30 a.m. to 12 noon. A stop will be made at Ztebell's Store in Startup from 1:10 to 1:35 p.m. ; at the Index Post Office from 2:30 to 2:55 p.m.; and the Galena Bridge from 3:20 to 3:45 p.m. All bookmobile visits are made at two week intervals. For fur- ther information call OL9-5700 or AL9-8177. B+ m m $$$ A son's B average can put money in Dad's pocket ! To find out about Safeco,s Good Student discount on Family Automobile Insurance call... Whitfield Reality & Insurance 118 S'. Lew is Monroe 794-8771 SAFECO INSURANCE The end of the year is upon us. It is a time of evaluating the past year and anticipating the coming. Neither offers much prospect of satisfaction. 1972 was a year of dubious achieve- ments and total failures. Foremost on this list is the war in Southeast Asia From a very real hope of a peace around election time we plummeted to another series of massive bombings of the north at Christmas. President Nixon pledged four:years ago to end the war. But since that time, he has declared that we will have peace, but it must be an honorable peace. Exactly what an honorable peace is no one seems to know except, perhaps, President Kis- singer. But the quest for that honorable peace has cost billions of dollars and thousands of lives. Of course, it all seems justified when it is to keep that George Washington of South Vietnam, President Nguyen Van Thieu, in office. On a lighter note, election '72 offered ~bn~lg'c~ic i,b}2bf?~.'~-~-~ ...................... .~ ...... ":~, Then there is the economy. To con- trol that beast, a whole new bureau- cracy was established and to what suc- cess? It has decreed a plethora of regulations that hamper more than help It still allows meat prices to rise ten to thirty-five cents a pound in one week, and the economy is still stagnating. And, Governor Evans has the gall to call for massive wage increases for the state bureaucracy and politicians. Then there is the ecology issue which blows hot and cold between passionate il- logic and cold cynicism. Ecology is avery real and dangerous problem, but in the past year it has rarely been approached with anything that resembles reason. All in all, 1972 has been a year with- out reason, cloaked in secrecy The really great thing is that 1973 promises to be the same. HAPPY NEW YEAR! --By Howard M. 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