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m Page Eight, Monitor, Monroe, Wash., Jan. 18,1968 HOME LOANS ARE ONLY PART OF THE EASTSIDE STORY Dr. Conte To Speak Dr. William R. Conte, director of the Depart- ment of Institutions, will be guest speaker at the first Trade Advisory Committee meeting and dinner planned for Jan- uary 25 by the Vocat- ional Training School at Washington State Reformatory, announce Roger Maxwell, super- intendent, and John Tomulty, program chairman. Invited to the meeting are representatives from union, labor and management interested in each of the ten vo- cational programs of- fered as well as as- sociate groups related to the various pro- grams. In announcing the meeting Maxwell said: "Vocational teachers Strawberry Lane NEW HOMES Wayne Graden, Builder 794-8868 Hunts Tomato Rama More Big Values Tomato Juice ,.,,,&apos;" 4 ""Cons $100 Hunts Tomatoes "'+ '+' ,.+, .32 < Tomato Puree "" o,0+.. z.+, .- ... 35' Tomato Sauce "" '" ..,,. c.. 20 c Lunch Meat So+ewoy, O,++o Bologna, Pimenlo Coploins Choice Whiting Delicious While Meal ] Bacon Safeway Fancy Quality 65  ,1. C lb. Peanut Butter ,.,.d. ,+.. ,9..,.,. ,,98 c U.S.D.A. CHOICE BEEF T-B0ne Steak :ngiil :rs ,?l,S Plan Hearing Set January 24 (From Page 1) fees. The council was polled on a motion by Council- man Herb Schwartz to pay all of the December bills except the payment to Wegg with Council- men Moore, Allan Borlin, Ewalt Schrag, Dick Cedergreen and Gerald Koll voting for the motion and Mrs. Biderbost against. In other council business the status of pending statutes was reported by Mrs. Blderbost, chair- man of the ordinance committee. She said the committee met primarily for the purpose of considering permit fee changes, learn- ing each fee change would have to be adopted by ordinance. Her committee suggested a slightly higher fee schedule for building permits as follows: Rump Roasts "'"" .,. +. 77 < Top Sirloin u.,..,., s149 Ioad.s I,.,I Sek lb. New York ,.,..,.c. s179 hless her Sleek lb. Top Round ,.,.,,.s.,.,. o.,.,oa,,oa, lb. 98 = Sirloin Tip =,.'-"'u"'",...,. lb. Sl 9 Ground Round o.v., ,.., lb. 69 < at the reformatory have found that students tak- ing part in the Trade Advisory Commlttee program are better pre- pared to work in in- dustry after parole." The advisory cam- mittee assists in set- ting goals, maintaining standards and fulfill- ing purposes and ob- Jectives of vocational education within the institutional setting. U.S.D.A. CHOICE Leg of Lamb ,,79 c Lamb Rib Chops Lamb Steaks .,..,.c.,,. 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'" Hominy ,,..,.,. 8 - , esan Chse ,.0.... 69 < Fresh Baked Treats White Mew Potatoes Shatters 4 lbs. 39 Frozen Food Features Red Leaf Lettuce 2 .ds +9 Meat Pies 12-oz.00o. ,_,,._.,.,f u_. $1100 Cherry Tomatoes Cup ill', Chicken Turk, it Tvna g ;kil;. I Fresh Spinach 2 Bunches 29 Smw Star Nell Ice Cream ,,,,.<..,,.,, . 59 < Health and Beauty Aids Celery Hearts Yellow Onions Young Pkg. 29 Tender of 2 Lb. 3 Bag 29 Pure Lemon Juice 8--OZ. btl. 29 Tangelos 2 Ibs. 29 Dried Prunes Serve for Breakfast lb. 39 @COPYRIGHT 1960. SAFEWAY STORES, INCORPORATED Bread Skykrk 100 154,. WEd. Whoa, 2 45 c Loaves Coffee Cake .,, w,,,,+. ,: ,,... 43 < Orange Juice ,,,."'o. ,. .,  c Sl oo Cauliflower "+' " ,,.oa 3 . Sl Listerine Antiseptic '+",,, 99 ' Shampoo '+'" ,,.. 99 c S . hl4r imssel prouts ,,,,.., 3 ,..'4" Sl Vicks Formula 44 '"",..,. 99 < Potato Patties ', 6 ".,.. Sl oo Hair Spray ,: /' u--.nnCcns77 Green Peas '+' 5 *" sloe Aspirin "" ' "'" ,..,,.,,,,. ,,,,. ,,,..o,, L.,,. 99 c Green Beans ,.,.'" 3 ,.." Sl STRAWBERRY BUSY BAKER i Laundry Detergent Preserves Cookies or Jelly, Empress Vanilla or 49 55 "-w"4 $1 White Magic, A 4=. C 20-oz. C o=,.ol o, Safeway Product Ja r ol.g., Snap, Pkgs. COACHELLA Grapefruit Delicious Breakfast Treat 8 Lb. 69 Work up to $20 valuation, no charge; $20 to $100, $2; $100 to $400, $3; $400 to $700, $5; $700 to $1,000, $6; each additional $1,000 or fraction thereof up to $100,000, $2.50; over $100,000, 50 cents per additional $1,000 or fraction thereof. The basis of valuation would be $10 a square foot for frame construction and $11 for brick or masonry. Perrhtt fees for garage construction would be $2.50 and for a carport, $1.25. The valuation on remodeling Jobs, agricultural and commer- cial buildings would be based on the contract price. Applying the fee schedule to building a $20,- 000 home it was determined that the fee would amount to $74 under the new schedule as com- pared to $53 under the old schedule. On a motion by Councilman Cedergreen the council voted to include in the Uniform Building Code the new fee schedule recommended by the ordinance committee. Gas permit fees were announced by Mrs. Biderbost including a flat fee of $2 for issuing permits; conversion units and furnaces, $4 and $10, depending on size; $3 for rough plumbing to shutoff valve; $2 hookup from shutoff valve to meter and $1.50 meter to appliance per fixture. The fee for oil furnace installation permits was set at $2. Mrs. Biderbost noted that a penalty clause in all permit fees stipulates doubling of the fee if the permit is not obtained before the work is started. The new zoning ordinance contains five ap- plications for permit fees, Mrs. Btderbost told the council. The permits and suggested fees were re- zone, extraordinary use, planned unit develop- ment and conditional use; $50; and, variance, $35. She said the intent was not to produce revenue but to cover the costs of preparing permits, adding that the lower cost on the variance permit reflects the theory that a var- iance relieves a hardship for the applicant. Mrs. Btderbost suggested the present cost of bicycle licenses would indicate an increase was needed from 75 cents to $1, and added that the committee was next going to explore plumbing fees and dog licenses. Ready for adoption at the January 24 meeting will be the Uniform Building Code. It was suggested that the ordinance committee examine all fees in extstance 10 or more years. A second reading was given Ordinance 477, the Monroe Municipal Code, with the city at- torney, Storrs Clough, requesting adoption be delayed until January 24 to allow time for further revisions. Discussed at some length was a recommend- ation from the audit committee, Schwartz, chair- man, and Borltn and Mrs. Btderbost, that the committee examine each month's bills before the council meeting in order to save time during the meetings. Mrs. Biderbost said she felt that any item needing questioning would be noted by the com- mittee as did Councilman Schwartz while Coun- cilman Cedergreen said the bills should be read at the table so that everyone would share the responsibility in paying them. Councilman Bor- ltn said he thought there were errors in both systems and no action was taken to change the procedure of reading each bill during council meetings. Requested by Glen Neal and granted was NeaPs renewal of a permit to operate a taxi service this year. The cost of fees for stall, driving permits and so forth was listed at $105. In a motion by Councilman Moore a resol- ution was drawn accepting the West Elizabeth Street sewer line. A lengthy discussion was held on the finance committee's report on city insurance bids sub- mitted by Northwestern Mutual represented by Gordon Soma Insurance Agency and General Insurance Co. represented by Whitfield's Realty and Insurance. Determining that neither bidder followed exact specifications it was decided that both bidders be allowed to present revised bids for opening Jan- uary 4. Mint Sale Outlined The annual February mint sale keynoted dis- cussion at the January 9 meeting of the Sky- Valley Camp Fire Leaders Association hosted by Mrs. Jim Cummings. Discussing details of the sale was Mrs. Ann Clark, district direct- or, who announced the sale dates as February in the annual "Snow Train" to Wenatchee on February 3 with lead- ers advised tickets must be purchased in advance in Everett. Other leaders present were the Mesdames A. L. Bredstrand, George Barnett, David Netsing- er, Larry Fleming, Robert Wilcox and James Baker and Miss Betty T rombley. 3 through 18. Also discussed was C amp F ire participation Freeholder (From Page 1) Snohomish chambers of commerce and the League of Women Vot- ers of South Snohomish County. Helping to organize the project is Harry Mc- Cloud, Monroe Chamber director, who said each candidate will speak briefly and the public will have an opportunity to ask questions at the end of the session. Mrs Herbert Wells, president of the League of Women Voters, will introduce the candidat- es and explain the pur- pose of the election and the responsibilities of an elected freeholder.