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Page 6 - Mt. Adams Sun THURSDAY, SEPT. 17, 1964 SI/V/I00I00 HflqDITAI ]Dottald A. Reed*, W'. S.; George itiiL'L HV,JiJa'SJLa iF_. G,edley*, Bingen; 9-8 Anna Admitted: 9-6 Lee Glovk_a,[M. Favorit*, FL R,; James R. Lyle; 9-7 Raymond C. Altezer*,[ Page*, Stevenson; 9-9 Judy George Bible* and Gene T.] Rees*, Portland, Ore.; William Smith*, all North Bonneville;[ Lauterbach*, Evan R. Hodson SCOTKIN NAPKINS 2 pkgs. 35c HILLS BROS. COFFEE lib. 79c 2 lbs... $1.59 3 lbs... $2.35 6 OZ. INSTANT .......................................... $1.24 ZEE TIS00 4,pak 39c WHIFF I)06 FOOD 9 for 55c PORTER'S MACARONI I lb. 0 oz. pkg. 33c PINTO BEANS 2 lb. pkg. 29c JOHN SON'S EVERGREEN GROCERY BINGEN PHONE HY 3-4414 II I Travel in style every mile Go S.R&S. Whether you're a college student returning to school... !L  a butdtt ennlerl on a tdp... / ,  or a family taking a late vacation. all agree you can't beat the Spokane, Portland & Seattle Railroad for comfort and economy. Whether you travel coach or luxurious first class, you're assured of a serene, scenic trip you'll enjoy and re- member for year This fall go the pleasant, safe way. Travel via the Spokane, Portland & Seattle Railway. For Information Call: H. L. JOHNSON 493 - 4488 1 BEND . SPOKANE, PORTLAND and SEATTLE RAILWAY SYSTEM Oonool Offico n Bonk Std, Pokomd, 0 W.S.; Elizabeth G. Polley*, Ranger Station, at 10:00 A.M. Stevenson; Clifford A. Lester*, on October 19, 1964. All those H. R.; 9-10 Jessie McClimons*, who submitted a satisfactory Odell, Ore.; Velma Goodpas- sealed bid will be permitted im- ter*, Stevenson; Riley V. San- mediately to continue auction ders, W. S,; 9-11 Dennis Sither-fl bidding. A money order, bank wood*, Virginia M. Davis*, W. I draft, cashier's or certified S.; Violet Bailey, Lyle; Ronaldicheck in the sum of $700.00 F. Williams*, Husum; 9-12 Sam must accompany each bid, to be Storkson*, and Anna L. Bou- applied to the purchase price, cher, Cook; David Bean, W. S.; refunded, or retained for appli- Charley Keys, Bingen; Laura M. i cation to any claim for dam- Gunner*, Lyle; 9-13 Karen West [ages, according to the conditions Stevenson; Olivia Bayman, W. i of sale. If requested by the pur- S. chaser, contract terms will per- *Discharged. mit felling of timber in advance Deceased: 9-13 Lucille Ward, of payment up to the value of Glenwood. the performance bond. If an or-  ., u . -- l al bid is declared to be high at a, ,. n J. f,L_L the closing of the auction, the lVl OOlle IXQ[IO tUO . bidder must immediately con- Will Meet Tonwht firm the oral bid by submitting it in writing on a Forest Service Anyone interested in Citizens bid form. The right to reject Band radio is invited to a so- any and all bids is reserved. For- al meeting at 8 p.m. t oght, est Service bid forms for use in lnursaay, ept. 17 at the wrote submitting sealed bids and full Salmon PUD building, i information concerning the tim- Mrs. George Roberts hosted lber ' the conditions of sale and a coffee hour Saturday after- the submission of bids should noon for Mr. and Mrs. Fred be obtained from the District Meyers (KFG1519) of Gresham, Ranger, Mt. Adams Ranger Sta- Ore. Who were passing througl on vacation. NATIONAL FOREST TIMBER FOR SALE Doggy Oral auction bids will be re- ceived by the District Ranger, or his authorized representative, at the office of the Mt. Adams Ranger Station, Trout Lake Washington, beginning at 10:00 A.M., October 19, 1964, for all merchantable timber marked or designated for cutting on an area embracing 25 acres, more or less. within Sections 20 and 29, T. 7 N., R. 9 E., W.M. Unsur- veyed, in the Gifford Pinchot National Forest, Skamania County, Washington. The esti- mated volumes are: 160 M board feet of Western white pine, 60 M board feet of Douglas-fir. The minimum acceptable bid per M board feet is as follows: Wes- tern white pine $19.55, Douglas- fir $29.60. This includes the fol- lowing rates, per M board feet for stumpage. $3.00 base rate plus an additional $16.05 for[ Western white pine, $3.00 base i rate plus an additional $26.10 for Douglas-fir, and $0.50 for slash disposal for all species. In addition there is within the sale area an unestimated volume of Western hemlock and other spe- cies which witl be paid for at $11.30 per M board feet, plus $0.50 for slash disposal. The prices bid for stumpage ,shall be considered as tentative rates subject to quarterly calendar adjustment upward or down- ward by 0.5 of the difference between the average of the mon- thly Douglas-fir Region Indices, as calculated by the Forest Ser- vice or the Western Pine Assoc- iation Lumber Price Index for the tM'ee previous months, and the following base indices: Wes- tern white pine 95.95, Douglas- fir 120.29(E), Western hemlock and other species 97.32(A). Such adjustments in the price for stumpage shall be applicable to timbee scaled during the three- moths period following the quarter for which the adjust- ment is computed. In no event, however, shall the payment rates: for each quarter be less than the base rates as stated above. VChen the adjusted rates by species are lower than the base rates, the l difference between the total dol-: lar value of timber cut at ad- justed rates and at base rates will be recorded for each spec- ies. The stumpage rates for any species will not be increased a- bove the base rate until the subsequent adjusted rates above base rates develop an accumul- atect total dollar value in excess of the recorded accumulated difference for all species. Seal- ed bids will be publicly opened and posted, at the Mt. Adams STANDARD HEATING OILS For the warmest feeling tion, Trout Lake, Washington, before bids are submitted. 9 17 ltc Go first class on a budget with STANDARD HEATING OIL. You can spread the cost over ten monthly payments with no Interest or carry- Ing charges. What's more, you enjoy the premium quality of Standard Heating Oil ... highly refined for clean, safe, all-enveloping warmth. For any Standard 01! produot, olll New 1964 ONLY eft HURRY - 501N(i FAST! NO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED COME IN AND SAVE HUNSAKER CHEVROLET C0, White Salmon -- 493-2077 i Outdoor Recreation Bond Issue i TO BE VOTED UPON AT THE NOVEMBER 3, 1964 STATE GENERAL ELECTION OFFZC] OF VICTOR .. MEYERS, SECRETARY OF STATE, STATE O/' WASHINGTOI. To Whom It Mall Concern: In obedience to the State Constitution, and the Extraordinary Session of the Thlrty-eighth Legislature of the tate of Washington, there is hereby published for the consideration of the voters of the State of Washington, the following Refer- endum Bill: REFERENDUM BILL NO. 11 (Chapter 1, Laws Extraordinary Session, 196) OFFICIAL BALLOT TITLE AN ACT providing for the issuance and sale of state general obligation bonds in an amount not exceeding $10,000,000 to acquire land and appurtenances for outdoor public recreational use, and providing that one- half of the proceeds from existing corporation fees collected by the state be deposited in a fund for payment of principal and interest on the bonds, subject to existing charges on such proceeds. LEGISLATIVE TITLE [House BILL NO. 6] OUTDOOR RECREATIONAL FACILITIES--BONDS CORPORATION FEES. AB ACT providing funds for the development of outdoor recre- ational facilities in the state; authorizing the issuance and sale of state general obligation bonds; providing ways and means to pay said bonds; amending section 13, chapter 174, Laws of. 1957 and RCW 43.31.620; amending section 14, chapter 152, Laws of 1961 and RCW 43.31.740; providing for the submission of this act to a vote of the people; and declaring an emergency. Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State o Washington: SF, CTXO 1. For the purpose of providing funds for the development of outdoor recreational facilities in the state, the state finance committee is hereby authorized to issue, at any time prior to January 1, 1970, general obligation bonds of the state of Washington in the sum of ten million dollars, or so much thereof as shall be required to finance the program for which these bonds are being authorized: Provided, That funds realized from the sale of such bonds shah be used solely for the acquiSition of land and attached appurtenances and such property shall be for outdoor recreational use. The state finance committee is authorized to prescribe the form of such bonds and the time of sale of all or any portion or portions of Such bonds, and the conditions of sale and issuance thereof. The bonds shall pledge the full faith and credit of the state of Washington and contain an unconditional promise to pay the principal, and interest when due. The committee may provide that the bonds, or any of them, may be called prior to the due date thereof under such terms and conditions as it may determine. S$c. 2. The proceeds from the sale of the bonds authorized herein shall be deposited in the parks and parkways account of the general fund or such other account or fund as shall be established for this purpose. Any agency or commission charged with the administration of the account or fund is authorized to use or permit the use of any funds derived from the sale of bonds authorized under this act as matching funds in any case where federal or other funds are made available on a matching basis for projects within the purposes of this act. Sse. 3. The bonds issued under the provisions of this act shall be payable from the proceeds of one-half of the corporation fees collected under all the provisions of chapter 70, Laws of 1937, as now or hereafter amended. The bonds and interest shall, so long as. any portion thereof remains unpaid, constitute a prior and exclusive claim, subject only to amounts previously pledged for the payment of interest on and retirement of bonds heretofore issued, upon that portion  the corporation fees so collected. Scc. 4. The outdoor recreational bond redemption fund .ts hereby created in the state treasury, which fund shall be exehively devoted to the payment of interest on and retirement of  bonds authorized by this act. $c. 5. The owner and holder of each of said bonds or the trtee for any of the bonds may by mandamus or other apriate proceeding require and compel the transfer and payment of funds as directed herein. SIc. 6. The legislature may provide additional means for raising moneys for the payment of the interest and principal of the bonds authorized herein and this act shall not be deemed to Provide an exclusive method for such payment. SEe. 7. The bonds herein authorized shall be a legal in- vestment for all state funds or for funds under state control and all funds of municipal corporations. Sr. 8. Section 13, chapter 174, Laws of 1957 and RCW 43,31.620 are each amended to read as follows: As a part of the sale of the bonds herein authorized, the state undertakes to continue to impose the license and other fees on domestic and foreign corporations prescrihed by and at the rates authorized in chapter 70, Laws of 1937 as last amended by the 1957 legislature and to use and prorate in the order set forth below, one-half of the proceeds of such fees, as follows: (1) To pay into the world fair bond redemption fund hereby created as a special fund within the state trdasury, such sums as shall be needed to pay the interest on all outstanding bonds authorized by chapter 174, Laws of 1957 as amended by chapter 152, Laws of 1961. (2) To pay into the outdoor recreational bond redemption fund such sums as shall b needed to pay tha interest on all bonds authorized by this act and outstanding. (3) All of said one-half of the proceeds of such fees re- maining after making the payments required under the pre- ceding paragraphs (1) and (2), shall be deposited in the world fair bond redemption fund until all of the outstanding bonds authorized by chapter 174, Laws of 1957 as amended by chapter 152, Laws of 1961, have been paid. After payment and retire- ment of the aforesaid world fair bonds all of the said one-half Of the proceeds of such fees shall be deposited in the outdoor recreational bond redemption fund for payment of the principal of and interest on aH of the bonds authorized by this act. SEC. 9, Section 14, chapter 152, Laws of 1961 and RCW 43.31.740 are each amended to read as follows: As a part of the sale of the bonds herein authorized, the state undertakes to continue to impose the license and Other fees on domestic and foreign corporations prescribed by and at the rates authorized in chapter 70i Laws of 1937 as last amended by the 1957 legislature and to use and prorate in the order set forth below, one-half of the proceeds of such fees, as follows: (1) To pay into the world fair bond redemption fund hereby created as a special fund within the state treasury, such sums as shall be needed to pay the interest on all outstanding bonds authorized by chapter 174, Laws of 1957 as amended by chapter 152, Laws of 1961. (2) To pay into the outdoor recreational bond redemption fund such sums as shall be needed to pay the interest on all bonds authorized by 2is act and outstanding. (3) All of said one-half of the proceeds of such fees re- maining after making the payments required under the pre- ceding paragraphs (1) and (2), shall be deposited in the world fair bond redetnption fund u0til all of the outstanding bonds authorized by chapter 174, Laws of 1957 as amended by dhapter 152, Laws of 19(]1, have been paid. After payment and retire- ment of the aforesaid world fair bonds all of the said one-half of the proceeds of such fees shall be deposited' in the outdoor recreational bond redemption fund for payment of the principal of and interest on alI of the bonds authorized by this act. Sc. I0. No bonds authorized by this act shall be issued until there shall first be obtained and filed in the office of the state finance committee the written consent of the holders of all outstanding bopds issued under authority of chapter 174, Laws of 1957, as amended by chapter 152, Laws of 1961, to the changes effected by this act in the order of priority of payment of said world fair bonds out of the proceeds of the corporation fees collected under chapter 70, Laws of 1937 as amended. SEC. 11. This act shah be submitted to the people for their adoption and ratification, or rejeetion, at the general election to be held in this state on the Tuesday next succeeding the first Monday in November, 1964, in accordance with the provisions of section 3, Article VIII of the state Constitution; and in accordance .with the provisions of section 1, Article II of the state Constitution, as amended, and the laws adopted to facilitate the operation thereof. SEC. 12. This act is necessary for the immediate preservation of the public peace, health and safety, the support of the state government and its existing public institutions, and shall take effect immediately. Passed the House April 4, 1963. Passed the Senate April 3, 1963. Approved by the Governor April 17, 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 House :Bill No. 6, passed by the Extraordinary Session of the Thirty-eighth Legislature of the State of Washington, as appears from the original of said measure now on file in my office. Witness My I.nd and the Seal of t State of Washingt this 3rd day of August, 1964. VICTOR A. MEYERS Secretarg oI ta.