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% PAGE EIGHT Monroe Monitor, Monroe, Wash., June 2. 1960 Police Get Civil Service (Co, rimmed from lge 1) was answered by the book--Hill was within his rights to order the dmnge, Butler 'and Garey agreed. Point blank Follis told the coun- cil .they could either hire Sallee back--he ,himself could have taken this step--or form the civil service corrmssion. They elected to do the latter. Follis then ,announced the com- mion vrould decide whether a vacancy exists in the department. At this, Hill 'emarked that they would find one vacancy. "You mean you'll quit?" the may- or charged. "I didn't say th,at," Hill returned. Thus the police department's civil service commission came into he- :ing. Audrey Griffin Joins WA CS Miss Audrey Y Griffin, 18, daugh- ter of Mr and Mrs. Cbarlie C. Griffin, 125 Sumac Drive, enlisted yesterday in the United States,Wo- men's Army Corps during special ceremonies in Seattle. Following her oath of enlistment in the WAC, Miss Griffin retm-ned to Monroe to receive her diploma of graduation .at ceremonies in Monroe High School last evening. She departs by air tonight from Sea-Tae Airport with other Puget Sound WAC enlistees for Fort Mc- Clellan, Ala., for eight weeks' training in ,basic military subjects. Following ,basic training, M i s s Griffin will attend the WAC cleri- cal procedures ,and yping course at Fort McClellan, her choice of ,assignment under te Army's guar- anteed specialist training program for high school graduates. AVALON MONROE Phone PY 4-4517 Thurs., Fri., Sat., Sun. June 2-3-4-5 Children MUST be with Parent or Parents PLUS--- INTENSE SUSPENSE ! METRO-GOLDWYN.MAYER r,=,, AS ANO=W IN VIRGINIA STONS PfodueUos LAST VOYAGE' SCHEDULE -- THURSDAY & SUNDAY "Bush 9:00 Only "Voyage" 7:15 Only FRIDAY & SATURDAY "Bush" 8:45 Only "Voyage" 7:00 and 10:30 Kiddies Matinee (Kids 6 to 60) SATURDAY 1 p.m. Lou Costello "30 Foot Bride Of Candy Rock" 2 COMEDIES Verm Vague -- Andy Clyde 3 COLOR CARTOONS ALL SEATS 35c Monroe Youngsters Will Appear In Public Piano Recital Sunday A group of Monroe youngsters will appear in public recital this coming Sunday, June 5, at 3 p.m. at the Tualco Grange Hall. Iris Ramey will present her seven piano students in recital. Playing will be Anita Both, Denice Bradley, Barbara Carey, Shirley Flickner, Gary Kaufmm, Terry Keck and Linda West. A,n .additional program feature will be an accordian solo ,by Ted Both, a student at the Start Bore- son Club. Janice Kaufman argt Loretta De- Monbrun will present a dance. They are students of Patty Hudson in Everett. Nancy Frewaldt will sing. Catholic Seniors Are Honored At St. Mary's Baccalaureate Mess Eighteen graduating seniors were honored at a special ,baccalaureate mass offered at St. Mary's Catho- lic Church last Sunday, ]Vay 29, at 11 a.m. Father Melvin Farrell of St. Ed- ward's Seminary delivered the oc- casional sermon at the mass. Breaast was served in the parish hall after mass by the jumor elass mothers headed ;by Mrs. Harry Donovan. Junior class girls assist- ed. Special guests at the graduates' breakfast were CSfford Gillies, Jch Sandberg and Oharles Wick- izer. Monroe high school Roman Cath- olic graduating seniors honored were Dalton Davis, Susan Davis, Robert Franlhauser, Stephen John- son, Darlene Lag, Ange]Jne Mas- sine, Herman Massine, Donald Pet- ers, Albert Weishaupt, Roger Will- cut, Diane Hultgren, Mark Zarem- ha, Susan Rainwater. In attendance also were Patricia Sarginson and Michael Fay, grad- uates of,Skykomish high school, ,and .lex :St. air, graduate of Snchomish high school. Today-----'---here are ahout, American children under 18 who have lost their fathers to cancer, according to the American Cancer Society. About 240,000 have lost their mothers. Many of these fa- thers and mothers could have been saved :by ea4ier diagnosis and treatment. That is why the Ameri- can Cancer Society urges all adults to have ,an annual health cheelp. Employment For Blind - A West Coast Phone Aim A new ,avenue of hope for blind persons seeking employment has been opened .by the West Coast Telephone Company which recent- ly brought to completion a series of experimerts to determine the :ability of sightless persons to work as DDD identifying operators. Suc- cess of the tests has resulted in the telephone company's employment of Mrs. Mertis Bergevin, 30-year- old Everett widow, believed to be the first ,sightless person ever em- ployed as a telephone operator. Mrs. Bergevkn, a petite blonde with a ready smile, began her tain- ing as a DDD identifying operator on May 23. The young mother of three small children is expected to 'be ready to take her regular place in West Coasts Everett traffic of- rice by June 6. The series of events hich led up to the hiring of Mrs. Bergevin be- gan early this year when Ross An-. dersoa, West Coast controller and president of the Central Lions Club of Everett, called D. A. Perigo, the Company's traffic superinten- dent, to inquire of the possibilities for employing ,blind persons. "I was just over n tbe traffic office," Anderson said, "watching the girls handling the DDD identify- ng calls. Can't a ,blind person do that?" In the months that have passed since that phone Gall, a great deal of activity has taken place. First, Anderson's proposal was discussed thoroughly by the telephone com- pany's traffic training people and engineering staff Company engi- neers then set about developing and constructing a special portable trainging set for use m training sightless persons as identifying op- erators. Much of the success of the ex- periments is attributed to the ef- forts of the wife of one of West Coast's executives who, blind her- self, offered to ,act as test student for the study "I went out of town the day her training started," Traffic Superin- tendent Perigo recalled, "and when I returned I found the training su- pervisor so enthusiastic she could hardly contain herself. But I still had "to be shown, so I went along to witness one of the training ses- sions. Frankly, I too was amazed at the speed and accuracy with which the blind operator could handle the calls ,after only a few hours of trairdng." Soon the test student progressed to the actual handfing of commer- cial traffic. If there were any doubts as to her ability, they were quickly dispelled .at this point for, as the traffic chelf put it, she took to the wrk like a duck to water. "The experiments," he said, "have been a revelation to all who have witnessed them. It s unfor- tunate, but true that there is a strong tendency on the ,part of those who are not handicapped to ,be only sympathetic. Our experiments have shown how wrong this attitude is. The handicapped eed opportunity rather than sympathy and we feel it our obligation to the commtmity to use handicapped persons when- ever and wherever we can." CLASSIFIED ADS BRING FAST RESULTS Custom DRAPERY S ERV ! CE Curtain & Drapery Hardware Curtains Draperies Everett ALpine 2-6116 3814 Rockefeller ENJOY BIG SAVINGS at Safeway this Week-end C POT ROAST.. 49' i . . " Bhde CF Tdmmed wade free U S D A Cho,ce Beef, 11% Beef Round Steak .......................... lb. 75 Sirloin Tip Roast .............................. lb. 98 Beef Rib Steak ................................ lb. 79 CAPTAIN'S CHOICE -- 14-oz. :Pkg. 49c . 8-oz. Pkg. Fish Sticks ........................ --. ............... :... 29c DIAMOND F or CUDAHY -- Whale or Half --.12-18 lbs. Smoked Hams ................................ lb. 53 Boneless Sirloin Tip Steak lb. 98 Fresh Ground Beef 39c Lean and hrght  So many wys to serve lb. 6 to 10-lb. Sides. Old Fasoned Smoked. Diamond F Piece Bacon lb. 45c ]'ea]ast tet Fresh Pork Link Sausage ........................ S9c STEAKS -- lb. 85c P, oasts Fresh King Salmon ............................ lb. 79 Potato Chips LUNCH BOX Triple gO Crisp and fresh. Pack / ,u+,ox v49' For sandwiches. Chopped Beef w,uo ,} ,,.. $1oo Try it fried.  Cans II ,,,o,,, ,.,Oet.,e,r,e,n,t ,,,0,. Cube Butter rUaCd|? Lb. 59 Mayonnaise KQRu: 45 Ketchup 19' Snowdrift :,'= 59' Biskit Mix to prepare. Pkg. q. IF Fisher's Flour m. ,0+. Q All purpose. Bag  Marmalade O.N ,b. 'O KING KELLY 'Jar l Chili w,, Beans +m0urs A m,, $1 lasty. 1" Cans II TIRE SALE 4-Ply Iayon Tubeless 6:70 x 15 Powerliner ..... $1724 7:50x 14 Powerliner ..... 17.84 4-Ply Hylon Powerliners 6:70 x 15 Tube Type ..... $15.12 7:10xlS Tube Type ..... 17.00 7:50 x 14 Tubeless ...... 20.33 4n er  a. ene Passenger Tire Prices Plus Excise Tax :IU X 13 rowerllner ..... IO.LI and Recappable Casing IO-Ply U-54 8:25x20 Hyion Truck Tire .... -$7o25 Agr;u|ture Since 1917 A$$OL'IATION - (Formerly Washington Co-op Farmers Association) " Lewis St., Monroe N. PYramid 4-5511 i' J:" ! Cherry Tomatoes .;:;, 2 ,+, 45' 2 heads 15e k J. L ..... Fresh. Serve /'1 S-oL rumrooms with steak. ] gs. 49' |e@ Pure-vegetable 1.1k 9J II)I,V Shortening. Can  Safeway Frozen Foods June Dairy Features Bakery Features LUC:irRNE, Half al. 89 Quart 49 SHERBET ,,,, Cottage Cheese m, 25' Date 0flee Cake 35 ,++++ +0++ ou= +o .,. 49c .,.-oo..,+ o+... ,.. e 2ib $ 49 (r,nkle (uts or French Fnes L00f Cheese t;ai"  Fresh Donufs ,% c Bel-a;r Frozen. Easy fo prepare 'or meals or snacks. Homogen;zed. Extra rlchness and better flavor. MRS. WRIGHT S. Ph;n or Sucjar  V 16-ox. $ O0 ?-oz+ $ O0 * Half 4 +. I 6 ..,= .I. Lucerne M,ik 2 Gals. 89 FRESH EGGS POTATOES Cream O'The Crop : Breakfasf Gents Medium hA* Large h , 2doz. 79c 2doz. 87e ' ' El .......... CRAGMONIAssorted flavors.Canned O1 IC,,-o,. 59  Selecf U.S. No. ! Long White Shaffers  7 nevorages " First of the " B,ngChemes seas0n. Tasty. +49 _ - LeslleSalt ,od,.d 2PkR,.25 Plain or 26.oz. 7Herin;m; Squash. Spring crop t} O' L e t t u o - .._ oo+-.,,,, +. ,.+. . LULLIilIII .0w at its best. . Ib 1 7 u  I/u 9 ruuu S-lb. Pkg. 73 Pkg. 37 Powdered. With 33.oz. Trend Detergent free Out,h ,,eonser Pkg. 49* Located In Monroe Shopping Center i Open 9 A.M. to 9 P.M. Sale starts 9 A.M. Thurs- day. June 2nd through Saturday. June 4th We reserve the r;ght l[mlf quentit|os. N,, ,,let fo dlem , . L