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BULBS ...FOR FALL TING Nature Is Getting Ready for Spring Bulbs planted now will develop a strong root system before SCOTT PORTNER SCORES IST T.D. The Columbia Bruins opened their 1964 saso with  27-6 defeat versus Chenowith at The Dalles last Saturday Sept. 12. Jim Puddy recovered a Chen- owith fumble on the latter's two-yard line. Two lays later Scott Pormer drove into the end zone for White Salmon's sole goal. White Salmon 6 0 0 0  6 Chenowith 7 0 6 14 -- 27 White Salmon M Scott Port- ner 1-yard m. Kick failed_ Chenowith  (1) Bob Smith, 23-yard run. Iick good. (2) Ralph Brown, 3-yard run. Kick failed. (3) Brown, 15-ya, rd pass from Helseth. Kick good. (4) Smith, l-yard run. Kck good. 3v ,UN 3u SCOREBOARD Chenowith 27, White Salmon 6 Hudson's Bay 21, Camas 14 Columbia River 20, Stay. 14 Evergreen 19, Ridgefield 13 Castle Rock 31, Viock 0 Kalama 6, LaCenter 0. Washougal 24, Rex Putnam 18 i cold weather begins. I I 1 Tulips Daffodils Crocus [t| M.L. KN0WLES CONSTRUCTION Hyacinths Narcissus ill FILL DIRT TOP SOIL BACK HOE EXCAVATION , DITCHING, LAND LErELING, BASEMENTS DUG [ Rock Garden Bulb Assortment I/I |1 Anemones and Ranunculus ill ROADScoNCRETEROCKED (Private&Logghlg)PLACEMENT ! TOLBERT GARDENS Itl Work Done on Bid Price or Hourly Rates FOR FREE ESTIMATE | HOURS: 8 a..m. to 8 p.m. Weekdays. Closed Sundays I/I | Located Two Miles North of Husum |[I Phone 493-4664 Anytime or .[ Write Box 188, Bingen Phone 493-5405 White Salmon [  I Bo00s F00or puu00ic School Facilities TO BE VOTED UPON AT THE NOVEMBER 3, 1964 STATE GENERAL ELECTION' Orrxc or VICTOR A. MYRL SECITARY or ITATE, STATE or WAEBITON. Te Whom It Mag Coneer In obedience to tim State Oonstituflon, and the Lxtraordinary Session of the Thirty-eighth Legislature of the State e Washington, there tz hereby published for the consideration of the voters of the Ste of Washington, the following l[ex,- endure" Bflh REFERENDUM BILL NO. 12 (Chapter 26, Laws Extraordinary Session, 198|) OFFICIAL BALLOT TITLE AN ACT authorizing the issuance and sale of state limited obligation bonds in an amount not exceeding $59,, 000,000; appropriating the proceeds for state matching funds for constructing public school plant facilities, and pledging for payment of principal and interest on the bonds a portion of existing motor vehicle excise tax revenues, subject to amounts previously pledged for payment of principal and interest on bonds here- tofore issued. LEGISLATIVE TITLE [SENATE BILL NO. 9] PUBLIC SCHOOL PLANT FACILITIES--FINANCING. A: ACT relating to education; providing funds for the construc- tion of public school plant facilities; authorizing the issuance and sale of limited obligation bonds of the state and providing ways and means to Pay said bonds; continuing the imposition of taxes; prescribing the powers and duties of certain officers; providing for a vote of the people under certain circumstances; and declaring an emergency. Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Washington: SEC. 6. For the purpose of carrying out the provisions of this act funds appropriated to the state board of education from the public school building construction account of the general fund shall be allotted by the state board of education in accordance with the provisions of sections 7 through 18: chapter 3, Laws of 1981, extraordinary session: Provided, That no allotment shall be made to a school district for the purpose aforesaid until such district has provided funds for school building construction purposes through the issuance of bonds or through the authorization of excess tax levies or both in all amount equivalent to ten percent of its taxable valuation plus SEQTION 1. For the purpose of furnishing funds for state!such further amount as may be required by the state board assistance plantJacilties, there sham of education: The state board of education shalI prescribe and be issued and sold, at any time prior to April 1, 1967, limited obligation bonds of the state of Washington in the sum of fifty-nine million dollars, to be lid and discharged not more than twang, years after- tlVe  date  of" issuance: The issuance sale and retiremer: of; said  bonaht shall : be under the general supervision and, conrot of the state finance cocnmittee. The state finance committee is authorized,to prescribe the forms of such bondg; the provisions of sale of all or any portion or portions of such bonds; the terms, provisions, and covenants of said bonds, and the sale, issuance, and redemption thereof. None of the bonds herein authorized shall be sold for less than the par value thereof. Such bonds shall state distinctly that they shall not be,.a general obligation of the state of Wash- ington, but shall be payable in the manner prescribed in this act from the proceeds of motor vehicle excise taxes as imposed by chapter 82.44' RCW. As part of the contract of sale of the aforesaid bonds, the state agrees to continue to levy the motor vehicle excise taxes referred to herein and to fix and maintain said taxes in such amounts as will provide sufficient proceeds thereof available to pay said bonds and interest thereon until all such obligations have been paid in full. The committee may provide that the bonds, or any of them, may be called prior to the maturity date thereof under such terms, conditions, and provisions as it may determine and may authorize the use of facsimile signatures in the issuance of such bonds and upon any coupons attached thereto. Such bonds shall be payable at such places as the state finance committee may provide. SEe. 2. The proceeds from the sale of the bonds authorized herein shall be deposited in the public school building con- struction account of the general fund and shall be used exclusively for the purposes of carrying out the provisions of this act, and for payment of the expense incurred in the printing, issuance and sale of such bonds. SEC. 3. The public school building bond redemption fund of 1963 is hereby created in the state treasury which fund shall be exclusively devoted to the retirement, of the bonds and interest authorized by this act. The state finance committee shall, on or before June thirtieth of each year, certify to the state treasurer the amount needed in the ensuing twelve months to meet interest payments on and retirement of bonds authorized by this act. The state treasurer shall thereupon deposit such amount in the public school building bond re- demption fund of 1963 from that portion of the motor vehicle excise tax allocable to the state school equalization fund under chapter 82.44 RCW. The amount so deposited in the aforesaid fund shall be devoted exclusive]y to payment of interest on and to retirement of the bonds authorized by this act. Such amount certified by the state finance committee to the state treasurer shall be a first and prior charge, subject only to amounts previously pledged for the payment of interest on and the retirement of bonds heretofore issued, against all motor vehicle excise tax revenues of the state allocable to the state school equalization fund, which amounts so allocable shall never be less than seventy percent of said excise tax revenues. Said bond redemption fund shall be kept segregated from all moneys in the state treasury and shall, while any of such bonds or interest thereon remains unpaid, be available solely for the payment thereof. SEc. 4. The legislature may provide additional means for raising funds for the payment of the interest and principal of the bonds authorized by this act and this act shall not he deemed to provide an exclusive method for such payment The power given to the legislature by this section is permissive and shah not be construed to constitute a pledge of the general credit of the state of Washington. Szc. 5. The bonds herein authorized shall be fully negotiable instruments and shall be legal investment for all state funds or for funds under state control and all funds of municipal corporations, and shall be legal security for all state, .county and municipal deposits. make effective such rules and regulations as are necessagy to equate insofar as possible the efforts made by school districts to provide capital funds by the means aforesaid. SEC 7. The total amount of bonds authorized for issue under the provisions of this act shall be reduced by the amountiof federal funds made available during each biennium for school construction purposes under any applicable federal law. In the even the entire bond issue authorized shall have been sold ;by the state finance committee, the proceeds in the public school building construction account available for allotment by the state board of education shall be reduced by the amount of such federal funds made available. Notwithstanding the foregoing provisions of this section, the total amount of bonds authorized for issue under this act and/or the total proceeds from the sale thereof shall not be reduced by reason of any grants to any school district of federal moneys paid under Public Law 815 or any other federal act authorizing school building construction assistance to federally affected areas. Szc. 8. In order to provide an alternative method for fulnishing funds for state assistance in providing public school plant facilities, in the event the issuance of bonds by the state finance committee pursuant to the authority given it by sections 1 through 7 of this act is held by the supreme court of the state of Washington to be invalid for the sole reason that the proposition to issue such bonds must havebeen referred:to the people under the provisions of section 3 of Article VIII of the state Constitution or in the event none of the bonds heretofore authol, ized for issue by sections 1 through 7 of this act are sold by the state finance committee on or before July I, 1964, then a proposition as to whether or not fifty-nine million dollars in bonds shall be issued and sold under the terms and conditions as set forth in sections 1 through 7 of this act shall be submitted to the people for their adoption and ratification, or re|action, at the next general election. SEc. 9. If any section, paragraph, sentence, clause, phrase or word of this act should be held to be invalid or uncenstitu- tional, such act shall not affect nor impair the validity or constitutionality of any other-section, paragraph, sentence, clause, phrase or word of this act. It is hereby declared that had any section, paragraph, sentence, clause, phrase or word as to which this act is declared invalid been eliminated from the act at the time the same was considered, the act would have nevertheless been enacted with such portions eliminated. Szc. 10. This act is necessary for the immediate preservation of the public peace, health and safety, and for the support of state government and its existing public instltutions , and shall take effect immediately. Passed the Senate March 27, 1963. Passed the House April 5, 1963. Approved by the Governor April 18, 1963. CERTIFICATION I, Victor A; Meyers, Secretary of State of the State of Wash- ington, hereby certify that the above is a full, true and correct copy of Senate Bill No. 9, passed by the Extraordinary Session of the Thirty-eighth Legislature of the State of Washington, as lappears from the original of said measure now on file in my ioffice. Witness My Hand and the Seal of the State of Washington this 3rd day of August, 1964. @ VICTOR A. MEYERS Secretary o! grate.. FISH COUNT Bonneville Salmon Stlhd Sept. 8 16086 2433 Sept. 9 12145 2112 Sept. 10 9035 1755 Sept. 11 8743 1689 Sept. 12 7407 1550 Sept. 13 8646 1972 Sept. 14 6914 1541 30 SUN 30 NATIONAL FOREST TIMBER FOR SALE Aster Oral auction bids will be re- ceived by the Forest Supervisor or his authorized representative at the office of the Mt. Adams District Ranger, Mt. Adams Ran- ger Station, Trout Lake, Wash- ington, beginning at 10:00 A.M.,I October 28, 1964, for all mer- I chantable timber marked or des-[ ignated for cutting on an area[ embracing 70 acres, more or I less, within Sections 19 and 20, [ T. 7 N., R. 10 E., W.M., Survey- / ed, in the Gifford Pinchot Nat- ional Forest, Washington. The estimated volumes are: 400 M board feet of Douglas-fir, 200 M board feet of Western white pine, 150 M board feet of Grand fir and other coniferous species. The minimum acceptable bid per[ M board feet is as follows: Doug- I i las-fir $30.80, Western white pine $7.50, Grand fir and other coniferous species $14.25. This[ includes the following rates, per I M board feet for stumpage (in- i cluding deposit for sale area bet- terment): Douglas-fir $30.05, Western white pine $6.75, Grand fir and other coniferous species $13.50, and $0.75 for slash dis- posal for all species. Sealed bids will be publicly opened and post- ed at the Mt. Adams Ranger Sta- tion, at 10"00 A.M., on October 28, 1964. All those who submit- ted a satisfactory sealed bid will be permitted immediately to con- tinue auction bidding. A money order, bank draft, cashier's or THURSDAY, SEPT. 17, 1964 Mt. Adams Sun - Page 3 r :certified check i.n the sum of lwriting on a Forest Service bid $3,200.00 must accompany each form. The right to reject any and bid, to be applied to the purchase all bids is reserved. Forest Ser- price, refunded, or retained for i vice bid forms for use in sub- application to any claim for dam- mitring sealed bids and full in- ages, according to the conditions formation concerning the timber, of sale. If requested by the pur-Ithe conditions of sale and the chaser, contract terms will submission of bids should ob- per- be mit felling of timber in advance tained from the District Ranoer, of payment up to the value of iMt. Adams Ranger Station, Trout the performance bnd. If an oral! Lake, Washington, or the Forest bid is declared to be high at the l Supervisor, 15th and Franklin closing of the auction, the bid- Streets, Vancouver, Washington, der must immediately confirm before bids are submitted. the oral bid by submitting it in 9 17 ltc In Washingt0n... after a swim, beer 1S a natural On a hot summer day, a dip in a cool stream can be wonderfully refreshing. Equally refresfiing when you're relaxing afterwards with friends is a heartz glass of beer. There's hardly another bev- erage around that smts what you do for fun as much as beer. Camping, hiking, or just lounging on a lawn chair-beer brings to each iust the right touch of extra good living. Your familiar glass of beer is also a pleasurable reminder that we live in a land of personal freedom--and that our right to enioy beer and ale, if we so desire, is iust one, but an important one, of those personal freedoms. lnWashington, beer goes with fun,with relaxation UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC. TRUCKS FOR "65! More models, more engines. more Chevy workpowerl The long strong line of Chew trucks for '65 is rolling in with miles of new working equipment. Uke that hand- some Fleetside pickup that leads the pack.., one of the 18 pickup models in the line this year. Further along, you'll find economical Chevy-Vans, a wide selection of walk- in vans, a bigger choice of big trucks, more job-tailored components--truclm built to fit your business and budget, And under those hoods you'll find the best in 4- and 6-cylinder, V8 and diesel power, 18 tough truck engines in all including 4 new lower cost diesels. Here's the huskiest bunch of haulers that ever came looking for workl Our word for all this is workpower. That's the stuff that makes a truck a real truck. A hard-nosed money-saver. Yes, workpower's here and Chevy's got it, in such a variety of types and sizes that picking the best truck for our job will be easier than it's ever een before. If you're in the market, just get in touch with your dealer. Telephone your Chevrolet dealer about a__qy type of truck HUNSAKER CHEVROLET CO. Phone 493-2077 White Salmon, Wash. III