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PAGE EIGHT Monroe Monitor, Monroe, Wash., July 21, 1960 Let's Go Bowling At MONROE BOWL Silverton Trip Starts Monday (Continued fro Page 1) they are assigned a campsite. After dinner and camp cleanup there will be a campwide bugling contest to determine who shall be the official camporee bugler. On Saturday (July 23) the Scouts will stage a conservation fair, dem- onstrate Scout skills, hold patrol skill contests, judge exhibits, visiL each other, and take part in a campfire program that begins at :30 p.m. Sunday events include a Protes- tant church service, a Boy Scout patrol challenge contest, lunch, packing, and policing the grounds before ,a closing ceremony with awards. Each participating Scout will receive one of the coveted Jubilee Camporee patches. Parents of Scouts are cordially invited to visit the camporee at any time during the weekend ac- tivites. C ,uncil Meet (Continued  page 1) quested certain construction cost information. "It appears at this time that the estimated cost of the construction of this access road would be less hart $700.00 plus the cost of the signal installation. Firm cost esti- mates cannot be developed until my letter to the Great Northern Railway is answered. "For your information, appended to the original copy of this report are copies of all correspondence sent and received by me in this matter. "I would also recommend that the developers of the Shopping Cen- ter proceed with their plans to pro- vide major access to the Center from Ann Street other than through the Carter Station. I have had con- siderable experience in the exer- cise of police powers relative to traffic turning movements and it is not fantasy to say that it is only a matter of time when turning movements will be restricted on Main St. I have made this point in answer to previous questions on this matter as long ago as Decem- ber 1959 and again in my report to the City Council on February 24, 1960. In this connection t h e center has an outstanding asset which is not being used at this time. This asset is the tall unused concrete stack. A clever advertis- ing sign or program should be able to capitalize on the existance of the stack which in turn could be used to point out the Ann St. en- trance." U. S. banks handled more than 13 billion checks last year, com- pared with three billion in 1942. mme- qsm,- ,,qmm,, ,,mm,- "q" V v smp"  AVALON MONROE Phone PY, 4-4517 Thurs., F rL, Sat., Sun. July 21-22-9-3-24 GEORGE PEPPAED'GEORGE tLIILTON EVERETT SLOANE LUANA PATTEN PLUS-- : : SCHEDULE  , THURSDAY & SUNDAY "lEe Rookie" 7:00 "Home From Hill" 8:39 FRIDAY & SATURDAY "Home From Hill" 8:00 'q'he Rookie" 6:21 & 10:31 F00FRESH HALIBUT Fresh Pad[tic Ocean caughL asb/. Economically low pdceJ for a quck an easy meal. ROASTS Steaks  350 lb. Whole Picnics -- 6-8 lb. -- Eastern Fed & Cured IWhole Picnics MANOR HOUSE. Fresh Frozen. Plump. and luicy fryers at thelr finest. Cut-up Fryers ,, 39 Luncheon Meat55 o'CUgv/.h  / Chunk Style. Veal, Olive, Pimento, Heed Cheese, U.S.D.A. Choice. Young, tender lamb. Cldcken and Uver Loaf. p 67 Leg of Lamb , _ Canned Hams U.S.D.A.Cho;ce. Trimmed waste free. ARMOURS. Low in $169 Lamb Loin Chops ,. 89' pr;ce. Boneless. 1'-lb. Ham What Am! Can U.S.D.A. Choice. Tender, meaty chops. Fish Sticks Lamb Rib Chops ,. 79' Frozen. Easy fo prepare. U.S.D.A. Choice Lamb. Shoulder ''"''' """ Boneless Roast ,65' Cooked Scallops u. Choice. For delicious stew. O.T,o,= 49  Breast of Lamb 25 Frozen. Delidous when 7-0L lb. served French frled. Pkg. Orange, Strawberry Popsicles ,,.,.t, 12 Special Low Price. Canned Milk " laramie. CIB Coffee 1 59 Mof 2,b$ 17 l-lb. flavor. Can Can 0 M J B Coffee'*S1"" 65c Can Can KITCHEN CRAFT. S-lb. Bag 49c. 25-1b. Bag $1.98. 1b. 89 e Flour FREE RedSttac[eYneactafViuP:rchasef 10 Bag Pork & Beans0000: * 35c or Cans KINGSFORD Briquets o, 10 * 69c JUICE SALE Scot- Napkins 10' WdorT. Assor'ed colors. - Ro'] t D El" TM:iE [TeG:!if::'c:r'rtk T,ssue 4.k35 ,A,4soded Colors. DOLE Pineapple Juice Roll Scot Tissue 4,*k39 4 ,,,, $100 Facial tissue. Assorted colors. Pkgs 46-oz. Scotttes 2 of,; 49 Cans AssorFed colors, ca. Scot Towels 2 " 39 TOWN HOUSE E'rapefruff :Juice 4b-Oz. Roils WELCHADE Grape Drink 32-,=. Can Cut Rife. Keeps food fresh. Wax Paper 2 " 49' 3 for SlO Rolls . y Ideal for L,bby s Potted Meats su.d..s2 ,,{,;.o;. 39'  Easy to 24-oz. Aa. L,bby s Beef Stew - (a. "-- 9,/4-0z. AGe NBC Snack Assortment Pkg. 1 6V' "z" , 1 [ Bumble Bee Chunk Tuna c ,, Bar None Canned Dog Food 3 ,,z. qa Cans &,7 Fanc Cucumbers Sweet Nectarines Kleenex Facial Tissues Y I Cr,sp Head Lettuce . I :::; 2 ;% 55'  ,.. u..o.,s.,, o..,,, i , , ,., ..u.,o.:,..=.._ each '5' ' Z For 100t' lb,23C Fluffo Shortening 71  I PONDS. Small ' FaaaI.Cream .u,,.  45 - - -, 59 J00oorpark Apr,eots;:: " Palmohve, Soap 2 , 31' Yakima-Wenafchee Valley. Finest Safeway Buyer Select. The best. 28-|b. Box $2.39 See for yourself. Every box guaranfeed. Fab Detergent "'* Pkg. 36' -*- Ajax Cleanser 2 rz" Sale starts 9 a.m. Thursday, July 21st througt Saturday, July 23rd. in Monroe. We reserve the right to limit quantities. No sales to dealers. Located in Mduroe Shopping C, ente.