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CLASS"IFIED All classified ads in the hands ot the Monroe Monitor by 5 p.m. Monday evening will be run without additional charge in ~e Monroe Buyer's Guide. RATES: 5c per word for first in- sertion: 3 cents per word tot sul~sequent insertions- "~ayable in advamce. '~ FOR SALE ~ STOCK CAR ~tACES Sky Valley Speedpay, Monroe, Sunday, Aug'user 24. Races start. a~ 2 p.m. General Admission, .~5 cents. Children under 12 29-1tc 35 SHEETS 26" wide, 10 ft. long, aluminum roofing for sale. PY- ramid 4-6871, John Odell. 29-2tp BLASTING SUPPLIF_~ --Trojan Powder. Homelite Chain Saw ~ervice at Sultan. Eldon Har- vey, Snohomish Airport. LOgan 3-,3111 43-tic BELLBOY boats, Johnson Sea- horse Motors, Holselaw Trail- ers. Wagner Lumber Company, Monroe. 35-tlc CUSTOM Slaughtermg at Mo~ Packing House. We buy llve- stock. Drop us a card, P.O. Box 604, Monroe, or Phone PYra- mid 4-4526. Fred Geyer, Owner. 9_tie ~.l~For Sale. Fietcl or barn." Sacked or bulk. Miller Lime Co., Gold Bar. 16-tic USEB ~ sets, good to excellent condR/ea. Cook Radio & App~ shoes, 215 East Main, Near C/~ Ha~. 8-fc E & R CABINETSHOP C~R of Fremont and I~wis Streets. PYramid 4-6011. 14-6tD GARBAGE SERVICE--We serve the district this paper serves. SneaKing Garbage Service. Box 573. WoodinviIJe. Wash. 37-~c HAVE TUBE CHECKER WILL TRAVEL EVE~INGS only. John Schwartz. PYramid 4-3204. West Colum- bia, mear hospital. 14-tfc KNAPP Air Cushioned Shoes. Write J. J. Dougher, Route 1, Box 339, Monroe. 5-tfc " U-PICK BLUEBERRIES. .20 C~ENTS A LB. FAULD'S BLUEBERRY FARM, 4 MILES NORTH ON" WX3ODS CREEK ROAD. MONROE. 21 -I Itp --~I~UARTERS for Webcor tape recorders, phonograph% $29.95 up. Cook Radio & Appli anee~, 215 East Main, Near City Hall q-tic FOR A REAL B,~'rYERY BUY - TRY WESTERN SUPPLY GROUP 1 -- (6-volt , 12 months guar~mtee -- $10.95 with ex- cha=~'e ' 19-~c LOCAL hay and straw, 50 cents a bale. Mel Sehaenherr: PYra- mid 4-6515. 52-ffc 'EI:~..CI~OLUX CLEANER -- Au service and sales. C Nflsen. Plmne BA~lew 011~ 3317 Colby, Everett, Wash. 18-tic. WHY WAIT 1'O HEMODEL? You can start today with a no-down pay-mont. 3 years to pay Title No. 1 FHA loan arranged b_~~ uS. Loans available on build- ing materials, insulation, elee.- trical wiring, plumbing, labor. etc. Come in today, we'll b- ~lad to discuss your need~ an~ handle 1 o a n arran~pment:s Western SUDDlv Mr~r,-,- ', AVERY THRASHING machine. 28 inches. Running condition. $1e0.00. PYramid 4-6515. Mel Schaenherr. ll-tfc FIELD CHOPPING, hay baling, mowing, raking, combining. M.aurice Sneezy, Phone PYra- mid 4-6466. 17-tic SWEET CORN for sale. Tom Hig- gins, SYcamore 3-3392. 26-4t_p CHILDREN'~ new and used school clothing and shoes, yard- age and remnants for sale. Home Thrift Shop, 347 No. Ketsey St., Monroe. 27-4tc ENZYMATIC for dormant cess- pools, drains, septic tanks gr~Jse traps. Non-uoisonm~o harmless tn plumbir',. Mone," back gharantee. Wa~'~.t" tam ber CO.. Mon~0e. 43-tTe ALL. Httlt*~'J'. color,; tz] tJOnRtr~c firth Art Paver, 10t Dkg. Monro~ Mon~,or 1 ~-'" 8-2~, or STerling ~-2283. 16-tic DUVALL TOWING BODY AND Fender repairs, auto pamti~g. John Anders, STerling WE'VE GOT 'era in--Arthur God. fre~ barbecues. Small, compact, charcoal included, broils for over 2 hours, indoors or out. C~nplete unit 89 cents. Byron Hardware, Monroe. 18-tfc SKY-VALLEY PHOTO SERVICE Weddings Farm -- Aerial Chas. W. Nettle, Sultan, SYca- more 3-2731. ll-ffc ) CUCUMBERS for sale--6 cents a pound. Call PYramid 4-3216. ~Oe~DOWN PAYMENT and a~ long as 36 months to pay. We make free estimates and handle all flnancir~g details. Home |rn. provement Loans. Wa~ner her Compartv. Monroe. 41-tic MONROE LANES is now back on Fall schedule, opening at 11 a.m., seven days a week. We still have a few openings for Fall leagues. Don't forget to sign up for our FAIR TOLrR- NAMENT, August 29, 30, 31, September I, 6 and 7. 29-2tc --COW AND CALF for sale. One mile north of S~Ita~ on first street. Fred Gohr. 29-itp BURRO FOR SALE, $50. Howard E. Newell, Phone STerling 8 2736 29-itc FOR COMPLETE Body and Fen- der work, see Den's Chevrolet Company. 43-tic MRS. GERTRUDE PAINTER Teacher of Piano PYramid 4-4611 27-4tc GOOD USED CLARINET for sale. ~ PYramid 4-6395. 28-4tp USED PHII-~O electric range with griddle, deepwell cooker, for sale. In good condition. " Call PYramid 4-2791. 28-2tp FULLER BRUSH PRODUCTS Darwin Olson, Rt. 2, Box 309, Monroe, Washington. PYramid ' 4-4072. 12.tic DU MONT Hi Fi Phonographs, TV and Table Radio~. Cook Radio & Appllances, 215 East Main, Near CRy ~d/. 3-fie HOME need improvement? Use our three years to pay--no down payment plan,. Includes labor costs. Add a room, new roof, wall to wall carpet, wood ,or steel kitchen cabinets, flOW plumbing fixtures. Wagner Lure. bet Com~nv. Monvo~ 18-tf,' FOR SALE: Good Trombone, used only 2 years. Call Hutch- ins, PYramid 4-6218. 28-4tc CUCUMBERS for sale--6 cents a pound. Call PYramid 4-3216. 28-2tp EASTERN Washington alfalfa hay. $25 ton delivered first cut- ting, $27 second cutting. Don Swanson, Rt. 2, Deer Park, Washington. BR 6-6759. 28-tic FOR WASHI~?~ MACHINE AND VACUUlVI Cx~EANER- parts and ~epairin~. ~arve:~ Hill's. 1912 Hewit't. Everett. 36-t fc HELP WANTED W~ TRAIN YOU .... quickly, easily. You start earning im- mediately. Avon representa- tive--a pleasant profitable ac- tivity for you. Private inter- view. PRospect 8-3665 or AL- pine 2-2146, Avon. 28-3tc NEED BABYSITrER 5 days a week, starting September 1. Call PYramid 4-6482. 29-1tp -WANT-WOMAN to do housework and care for elderly lady. 214 So. Sam, Monroe, PYramid 4 WANTED WANTED-Dead or alive--horses. cows, sheep, hogs P r .o m2 ..t co~tecus pick up servme. collect CHerry 3-1421 or CHerry 2-2828, Seattle Rendering Wks., 15691 Becan Coal Mine Road. Seattle 88, Washington. 4-tic DEAD STOCK , FREE dead stock removal cows. hor~es and large hogs. Ca]).coI. ~ect Everett. BAyview .e.~" ;.~ Puget Sound By-Prr~d,tt'f.~ The DOES that old car ]ust clutter your yard? Sell it to Joe Moore, Moore Sales, Monroe. 32.tic WANT TO BUY good used up- right piano for Monroe Chris- tian School. Call PYramid. 4- 2906, Mrs. Tony DeRooy. 28-1tc SCHOOL SEWII~G, plain a n d tailored wanted. PYramid 4- 3531. 28-2tp --NEED--RIDE, day shift, to Seat- tle Army Terminal, 1519 So. Alaskan Way, Call PYramid 4- 4132. Paul C. Lerang. 28-lip FOR RENT ~, two bedroom furnished house for rent. Water ~urnish- ed. Inquire Verlinde's Ranch or phone SYcamore 3-3606. 28-2tp FURNISHED HOUSE for rent to reliable people only. Available Sept. I. Mrs. Herman Brons6h. PYramid 4-47"30. 28-2tc under _ "-ffT-0RAGE ~r'ACE--~Se~ Wttttam Rainwater. Phone PYramid FURNISHED Apartment for rent ,--Mrs. Leona Montgomery. 127 Charles St., PYramid 4-2576. 25-tic ONE BEDROOM furnished house with garage Call .PY- ramid 4-4656 evenings or week- .ends. 220 So. Madison, M. J. "FOR-REI~I~ FURN~HED apart- wired ment. newly decorated, for 220. Inquire 326 FXtzabeth. Crowley. 28-tfc CLEAN furnished apm'tmen*.s for rent. See Bob Follis, Savoy Hotel, PYramid 4-2331. 28-2tc FOR RENT: Modern three room house. Adults preferred. J o e Moore, PYramid 4-5506, or call at 320 Fremont. 28-tic ! Sell with Monitor. Wan#. Ads "l'i l~Y. SELL', ELECTRIC ORGAN fo~, sale. Want responsible party to as- gl'- ,',~ " ' \t" ," J state ~ monthly payments. | ARTIFICIAL~ BRF~DING | p Also.spinet piano. Write Credit I Proven and Quality 81ree I Managero~Tallmau Piano Store, IEvergreen Northwest Bhmd I ]~:; "Salei~n, Oregon. 28-~tp ! - - .--"c- I ~~~tra~e~a l Phone Mom:oe PYramid 4-4.~,i ld~Je.ld~d Sc~mmlm~, PYd l w l~rrmz~l 4-4845 . l WORK WANTED BABYSI~rING wanted by exper- ienced babysitter. Mrs. Robt. Scheidt, St James Hotel, Mon- roe. 29-1tp HAVE BALER~WILL TRAVEL James F. Wiltse & Sons, Phone LOgan 3-9605. 29-3tp NEED IRRIGATION? LAWNS DRY? Irrigation ~yell drilled for ap- proximately $ 2 0 0. JELVIK BROS. CONTRACTORS~ Well drilling. Reasonable rates. Rt. 3, Box 32"/ (Clearview), Snoho- mish, Washington. 28-4tp BA(~ hoe work, 3 years experi- ence Snohomish Valley. Septic tanks and ditches, old and new. Harvey Vogan, Phone PY 4- 6228, Monroe. 16-tic WIHPPLE'S HOUSE CLEANING SERVICE COMPLETE h o u s e cleaning. Windows, woodwork, wall paper~ floor waxing, rugs and up, Imlstery expertly done. Free estimate. Ca]] PYramid 4-2437. 4-fie FOUNDATIONS, remodeling, new construction, home improve- meat loans. SYcamore 3-2435, PYramid 4-2437, Ray Porter, Sultan. 22.tic PAINTING, paperhanging a n d signs. Fully experienced with dxacting clientelle. John Child- ors, Phone LOgan 3-2487. 18-tfc LIGHT B~dozing and loading. IIal~-yard bucket on John Deere crawler. Gob1 & Sons, PYra- mid 4-4894. 14~tfc RADIA'OR work "a speciaity. All work guarante'ed, phone Larry Fleming. Phone PYramid 4-42'/I LIVESTOCK HAULI/~t~ -- atate- wide permit. Harry Bloor, Mon- roe. Phone PYramid 4-4851. 16-tfe -WEI.~DING ~- Potable -~trc ac~t-y. lane. Bulldozing with John De#re cat and blade. By hour or contract. Call Ed Hill, Starx- up. SYcamore 3-2695. 12-tic HEM C~ I'I~HING--Qumk ~erv~ce Mrs. Flake, 136 Charle.~. tic WELL DRILLING- Ernest F. ,Axelson. Call ~ ~900, Se- attle,, 11301 - 23rd Ave. N. E. Septic Tank Trouble? SEPTIC TANKS, grease traps cleaned, sewers unplugged. For prompt, efficient service, call Acme Sewer Se~wice ~4001 Grand ALpine 2-98~8, Ev- erett. REAL ESTATE CHOICE building lots tor sate on Park Lane development. Street .DoWer, water and telephone lines installed Opposite new elementary ~chool. (nnulre at W~ner I,ilrnber Co. Monroe. ~0-ffe $4,000 DOWN on 55 acre dairy farm. Good buildings, 6 miles east Monroe. Ben B. Stucky, Rt. 2, Monroe. 27-3tp FOR SALE. Two room house. Call Maurice Snoozy,' PYra- mid 4-6468. 28-tic 3 Large Bedrooms Modern, large living room, din- ing room, tile bath, plastered, basement, new roof and out- side paint, paved street. A real bargain-at only $9,500.00 with F.H.A. terms. Monroe Realty, PYramid 4-3401, or PY- ramid 4-6866. , 28-2tc EOR SALE OR rent." Four bed- room modern home, /mmediate possession. 317 So. Blakely St., Phone PYramid 4-6169. 28-3tp 17 A~es Near Sultan. partly cleared+ excellent well. Two bedroom modern home, barn, garage and poultry house. Must be sold at once for only $6250.00. bank terms. Mr. Ingalls, PY- ramid 4-3401, or PYramid 4- 6866. MONRDE REALTY 29-Itc wArrED ' LisUng~ on 2 or 3 bedroom homes in or near Monroe with or without \acreage. We have clien~ waiting. Mr. Ingalls. MONROE REALTY PYramid 4-3401 or PYramid 4- 6866. 29-3tc 3 ACRES. Near Monroe, all cleared, 3 bedroom modem home, base- rnent (plus 1 unfinished bed- room up) Cellotex ceiling, fur- nace, garage, poultry house, black top road and school bus to door. Mr. Ingalls, Monroe Realty PYramid 4-3401 or PYramid 4- 6866. 29o2tc AUTOMOBILES --F()R SALE: 1941 Cadillac 2- door, white wall tires, radio, heater. $100.00. George Sharpe, 122 North Blakely, PYramid 4- 3221. 28-2tp O. K. USED CARS '57 Chev. ?,10 6 cylinder ~r. , Sharp .... t ............ $1795 55 Chev. 6, 2.dr. sedan,'ciean , low mileage ~ ............ . $995 52 Cad~ae completely ovevl~ul. ed,, new brakes and paint, /n- terior like new ........ $1250 "50 Buick ~ 4~r. motor e,x= covel~J. _: ...... '~ ....... :___ '50 (~ev. Styl. ,4-~ ...... $29S '50 Pontiac-6, 4Do~ $345 TRUCKS '50 Chev: Carry St~b, ~,~(X) mfle~ ...... . .......... Sl?bS '54 Chev.' Ton Panel .... $875 DON CmgVROL~P CO, FY~ W. Ma~ 8L. Mom~e . , ~: ,, , '.,~+ ~,/;':+:".;:~, ...., ,~ : +~.'7:+:.,!,~:,,?.. :. ,~..: ~.:~,+~ +, + '"...~, :',,J ,;~ /,. , .( .. ,: .~.~ FARMEQUIPMENT LIVESTOCK Monroe Monitor, Thursday, August 2l, 1958 PACE NINE NEW for Morrill Side TO r+++ ++o++s orLEGAL 'NOTICES T" T I R E'$ [ Delivery Rakes, parts and sere- acros, th.~ ~treet. let (]rltton STATE OF WASHINGTON J Auto, Tractors Implement ice is Duvall Motors, Duvall. B~fher~ ~,t~ yvur ; JV~.qTr~C.g OFFICE OF SUPERVISOR [ MONROE 2~-tfc HaLl! TNf; Anvxvnere. att~ime JOHN DEERE Farm ~quzpmem -;,,r,h~l,ush LO~an 3-3377. 39-t~c OF WATER RESOURCES. l OK RUBBER WELDERS Used trac~ors, paws, e t c, YOU CAN, NOW sen your Hve- OLYMPIA l PY 4-5531 Western T r ac t,, r & ~,uum stock direct to the FAIRSIDE NOTICE OF WATER RIGHT. l i-tic ....... ment Co., 2121 ~;verett Ave. FARMS and get that extra, APPLICATION NO. 14922 Ptmne Cedar ;t:+- ,, .l money. Bonded , TAKE NOTICE: i John Deere Manure Spreader .PYramid 4-44i6. Cattle--Horses That TOM HIGGINS, of Men- DATESIU111" Farmhand 6 Ton Powerbex --Hogs--Sheep. 11-.tfc roe, Washington on July 21, 1958, Manure Spreader. F()R-SALEi-~9 head first calf filed application-for permit to di- 1951 Farmall M. 10'McCormick-Deering Tand~n Holsteins.. Start to freshen vert the public waters of Skyko- REmEmBER- disk. 16" about September 1. Harry Mil- mish River tributary of Snoho- 1 John Deere bottom, tag- ler, Duvall, STerling 6-2925. mish River, in the amount of 1.0 a-long Plows 28-2tc second foot, subject to existing Allis-Chalmers B tractor with rights, from April 15 to October ~$ plow and side mounted mower MISCELLANEOUS 1 each year for the purpose of Jr- '51 Ford T piclmp rigation that the approximate 1951 Dodge T pickup with ' I~I~N-0R--WOMAN point of diversion is located with- canopy Macey-Harr~ rear-mounted Responsible person from this in NW% of Section 12, Township EVERGREEN STATE mower, area to service and collect 27 N., Range 7 E.W.M., in Sno- FAIR 1951 Farmall Super C. from automatic dispensers. No homish County. AGUST 28, 29, 30, 31 Vaughn garden tractor with plow, selling. Age not essential. Car, Any objections must be aceom- spring tooth harrow, cultivator, references, and $800.00 work- partied by a two dollar ($2.00) Sept, 1 and disk. ing capital necessary. 7 to 12 recording fee and filed with the Gale ensilage blower, hours weekly nets excellent Sta~e Supervisor of Water Re- David Bradley hay loader. , 1954 Ford T. pickup, monthly income. Possibility sources within thirty (30), days McCormick-Reefing Model W-4 fulltime work. For local inter- from Au~'ust 21, 1955. tractor, view give phone and particu- Witness my hand and official Fan, all Cub with plow. lars, Write P.O. Box 146, Min- seal this 7th day of August, 1958. Fr~N(:I$ & Okerlund McCormick-Deering ensilage cut- neapolis, 40, Minn. 29-1tp M.G. WALKER DISTRIBUTORS ter and blower with pipe. ,, State Supervisor of Standard On P~ Gale field chopper with L~Roy " | " Water Resources. PYramid 4-2211 .engine, cutter bar. and corn GLASS I Published August 14 and 21, , MONROE head attachment. Ford tractor, plow. mower, ' 1958. . s~ring tooth cultivator. LNSTALI~D -- I'ROPOSED- AMENDM~.~Pr TO MerrytUler Dealer (For Auto and Home) THE STATE CONSTITUTION DLrVALL MOTOR~ MONROE HARDWARE International Harvester Deale, You Help Build o Better Monro+ Requiring Legislative and By Patronizing Monitor Advertisers Congressional R app0rtionment REFERENDUM BILL NO. 10 TO BE VOTED UPON NOVEMBER 4, 1958 o~F~c~ De VzcToR A. MEv~a~ Bonds for State Dunmng lnsututl0ns SECRETARY OF ST&T~)STATE OF WASH][N~O~ TO W/tom It May Concern: In obedience to the State Constitution, and the Joint .Resolution of the TO BE VOTED UPON NOVEMBER 4, 1958 State Legislature hereinafter referred to, there is hereby published for tlm consideration of the voters of the State of Washington, the proposed OFFICE OF VICTOR A. MEYERS, amendment to the constitution of the said state, as follows: SECRETARY OF STATE, STATE OF WASHINGTON. To Whom It May Concern: In obedience to the State Constitution, and the Thirty-fifth Session of the - OFFICIAL BALLOT TITLE Legislature of the State of Washington. there is hereby.published for the , consideration of the voters ot the State of Washington, the following Refer, " ; Senate Joint Resolution No. 12 endum Bill: " Referendum Bill No. 10 REQUIRING LEGISLATIVE AND CONGReSS;ON'I, REAPPORTIOMMENT (Chapter 299, Laws of 1957) Shall the state constitution be amended to provide that, ripen the legislature's faBure to reapportion Its members and to reviso legislative and congressional district boundaries after each federal OFFICIAL BALLOT TITLE - census, or to revise congressional district boundaries after e.~ congressional reapportionment, snch redistricting and/or reap- : BUILDING BONDS FOR STATE INSTITUTIONS ', portionment shah be undertaken by a seven-member co--on, including one each from labor, industry and agriculture up- AN ACT providing for the issuance and sale of state gene~'al pointed by the governor, the secretary of state, a supreme court obligation bonds up to twenty-five million dollars for the purpose judge, and two state legislators, one from each major party? of providing buildings at the state operated charitable, educe- ', tion~I and penal institutions and at state supported institutions ef higher learning. Be lr Resolved. By the Seuate ~nd House of Rept~ttative~" of rite ~a~te ~' Washington in legislative session assembled: T~ar. At the general elaction to be held in this state.on the Tuesday ~at s~ LEGISLATIVE TITLE the firs[ Monday in November, 1958, there shall be stlhmttted to the qualifle.d elcctor~ o~ ~L~_S~e., for ltir approval., a n.d ratification, or reject/on, sn atmenduw.~: o Ihu ~.ra~,t~tuuon OI. me ~tate O! wasnm~o~.'l~ strtkmg all of $1~lon 3 from ~ !!+ (Senate Bill No. 482) ann all ofs~cUon 13 froth Arlicl~ XXVII. and insertin8 in lieu thereof the'f-oil. to be known as $~'~tion 3 o[ Artidn |t: STATE INSTITUTION BUILDINGS-BOND ISSUE AUTHORIZED. Semen 3. (I) "At, legislative sess.'.~n after the faint population AN ACT providing 'funds for the ~bnstruction of needful buildings at da~ermined for the State ot wasnmgto bY the Umted Stat~ decennial nensu~ ha'~e been made available, and the first legislative session after ea~:h succ~in~ decennial ~ the the state operated charitable, educational and penal institutions and legislature =hall reapportion the members of the senate and house of rel~r~entativas, a~l at state supported institutions of higher learning authori2]ng the P.~'m?A+,7 Z"/:~;%~.%~ V,;g~,~:i"P~'~ict+~"dari" a=or=., to ,~ o,=~ ,+ issuance and sale of state general obligation bonds and providing senatorial re resen" "'v + P. ,~ oral. decenmal nen~uL ~o tlmt each - --~__ . p l .. tan e, a.o, congressional dts~.n~ wH[ have, as nearly as prect/cable. ways and means to pay sa~d bonds; making an appropriation; pro- .um~ o~ mnamtants equal to that el uke dtstncta: Provided, That in the event the number of members of the ~nttod States House of Representatives aUDited to the Snm~ vidiug for submission of this act to a vote of the people, and of Washington is changed y coo.gress~onal reappor~onment, coagre~/onal redistrictias declaring an emergency, shall be accomplished by the legislature at the first legislative session to which the Be it eaacted by the LegiMature o[ the State o[ Washington: rcapportionnmnt certificate is made available. The number of congressional districts shall be equal to the number of m~mber| o[ SECTION ]. For the purpose of providing needful buildings at the stale the United States House of Representatives allotted to this state. operated charitable, educational and penal ~pstitutions presently operated by ' The legislature may provide for a determination of the population of any or all[ parts of the state to be used for the ~urpose of reapportionment and redistricting of the the department of institqtions and at state supported ]nslitutions of higher legislature and congress;onal redistricting, /t a federal.dece=mial census fails to supply the' learning the state finance committee is hereby authorized to issue, at any requisite information in a period o[ two years. time prior to January I. 1970, general obligation bond%of the state of (2) Each legislative and each congressional district shall be of compact and Washington in the sum cf twenty-five million dollars, or so much thereof as comiguous territory, and all members of the legishture shall be elected by single diser/cts. shall bc required to finance the program above set forth, to be pald and Legislation enacled in order to effect reapportionment and redistricling of the legislature shall be separat', from that for congressional redistricting. Each reapportionment and discharged within twenty years of the da:e of issuance. "Tedlstrictin~ o[ the legislature and each congress.~onal redistricting shall be appropriately The state finance committee is authorized to prescribe the form of such mapped and shall become effect/ve at the sta~e-wide izeneral election which next suece~:L~ its accomphshment. When so effected, re~pportionment and redistricting of the iegislat~e bonds, and the time of sale of all or any portion or pordons cf such bc~ds, and congressional red~stricting shall therezher be subject to alteration only for correct/on~ and th.~ conditions of sale and issuance thereof: Provided, That none of the or minor revisions, until the time spccified herein, after tho..~ext succeeding federal bonds herein authorized shah be sold for less fhan the par value there.of, nor decennial census: Provided, If the numDer of members in the United States House of Rep[csentatives shah be changed after any congressional herein provided. shall they bear interest at a rate in exccss of four percent per annl2M. Ihcn the acxt session of the |eg[slature shall again redistrict the congressional district= The bonds shall pledge the full faith and credit of the state of Washington as herein provided. and contain an tlncondhiona[ promise to pay the princ ~al and interest when "(3) A reapportionment and ~edistricting commission of the State of Washington (hereinafter referred to as "the comm/ssion") is hereby est.~blished, which shall be due. The committee may provide that the bonds, or any of them, may bc composed of the roliowing saven members: The secretary of state, who shall be chairman called prior to the due date thereof undzr such terms and conditions as it may thereof, three persons to be appointed by the governor, one to bc a repreaentative of determine. The state finance committee may aut.horize the use of facsimile labor, one of agriculture, and one of industry, no more than two of whom shall be from signatures in the issuance of the bonds. the same political party, one member of the supreme court to be appointed by the chief justice of the supreme court, and two members to be appointed joiUy by the president of SEC. 2. The proceeds from the sale of the bonds authorized herein, the senate and speaker of the house o[ representatives at the last pmccding regular session together with all grants, donations, transferred funds and all other moneys of the legisIature, one being from each of the two major polhicat parties. A n~jority of said commission shall eonstitule a auorum. which the state finance committee may direct the state treasurer to deposit tf the legislation effecting either reapportionment and redistricting of tbe legislature Of therein shall be deposiLed in the institutional building construction fund congressional redistricting, or both, is not enacted at any of the first legitdativ s~aiom~ hccount in the state general fund designated in subsection (1) of this section, the commission shall meet within twenty day= " SEC. 3. The sum of twenty-five million dollars, or so much thereof as pfmt~eJha~ela?~er;a~eenrt' of. thj~.~ession a~d shall, .within one hond=d and eighty ~a. . . r ...... =,-~uance wua ~n requlrements of subsection (I) a~d (2) of may be necessary, is appropriated [rom the instit-stional building construction t_h~tinsectwn: comp!et?, and file.w~th the s.cretary of .state tbe reapportionment Ind rvdi~ account in the state general fund to the state finance commiuec to be ,,,~ g o, ~.~ mm~,ature or me congressmnal red=str=ct=~, or both. which lml not expended by the committee for the payment of expense incident to the sale ~c?emp~d by!vF enactment. The reapportionment a~d re~istrictt~ and issuance of the bonds authorized herein and through allotments made, in t=r san = o emoouw.u m a documet separate from that for ca~r'-~ ~'~ Reapportionment and redistricting of the legislature Of o~gr~ tcdil~'h=tl~g its discretion, to the director of public institution~ for the purpose, of aecompli=hed by the commission shall be si~ned by foul or more nt~ber$ .of the constructing such buildings at the state char/table, educational and penal ~oOm~-~o~hwt~f so e,ecut~.and ~ied with the mx'mar~ of =at.. they "~'ll hem= institutions, and at the state supported institutions of higher learning as the an act ot me legislatuce, and shall be subkw~ o~y to tudl~al rm Any act reappoxtioning and redistricting the tegilatgre, or co~ltr~l~onl~ Ire.~atrlct~ state financc committee may direct on or before September, I, 1958. act,. passed by the legislature and vctoed, in whole or Ja I~urt, during any 4el~ladve SEC. 4. The institutional building-bond redemption fund is hereby created ~e~nu shall thereby be rendered entit'ely inopermive, unless ther~fter approved by the in the state treasury, which fund shai[ be cxlnsive|y devoted to the payment ~,i-- re ~n accora=an?_, w~th const.~tut~al requt~en'.d~.. SO =s to t:~J~OI1~ law d~ring that of interest on and retirement of the bonds authorized .by this' act. The state ~r~.~n~=,:= ?. -%~u?t ,. wno,e or m pa., .an= me le~at=p ha= ~I~, sh~ll no~ he finance committee shall on or before 1un .30th of each year, certify to the pr~via~stO m2,m.atu? at .n.s n ext~se~o~ for furt.~er ~tmL NewiUummdi~ th~ veto FJ *.u ~:~,=on *]. O~ Art,cle tit of ~ ~on,~tm=on of th~ St~e of Wath/u~o~ aad state treasurer the amount needed in the ensuhig twelve month~ to meet bond ;ne COmmiss, on shall meet. within twenty days after the adjoml~ment of such semo~, au~ retirement and interest requirements and the state treasurer sb~li thereupon =hall function in the manr~r and within the time herein prescribed; deposit such amount iu said iastitutionat building bond redemption fund from If the required legislation ia enacted, referred to the people, and t'ejoct~d referendum vote, the commiss~on shall m~t Wlth/n twenty day= ~ter the adj~ Of moneys transmitted to the state treasurer by .the tax commission and certified the legislative session next following the elect!on at wh.ich the measure wn$ sol~lht~ to by the tax commission to be sales tax colltioas and such amount crtified .referendum, and shall funct on m the manner and wtthm the time herein prescribed. The by the state finance committee to the state treasurer shall be a prior charge ~egislature =halt not act on reapportionment o~ redi~rictiug at that zes~io~. against all retail sales tax revenues of the state of Washington, except that Any complaint contest/ng the validity of a ,rcaPportiomneat an redist.lctl~ Of the legislature or congressional redistricting accon~lishe~ eider by the legi~dature or by !~ portion thereof heretofore pledged for the payment of bond principal and commission sha|[ be filed with the clerk of the state aupreme COurt within nin~'ty day=, interest. either after the adjournment of the lcsislativc session during w~ich the legislation was The owner and holder of each of said bonds or the trustee for any of the .enacted or after thn date on which thecommi~si~t, files /ts reappordoon~nt and rcdistti~- mg ot ~ legislature and congressional red,stnctmg with the secretary of stat~, as bonds may by mandamus or other appropriate proceeding rexlmre and ". case may be, and the supreme court shtll file its opinion with respect thereto ~ith the compel the transfer.and payment of funds as directed herein, clerk of the court at'/he earliest l~actk=ble date, but not later than o hundre~ ishty days after the date on which the complaint i~= filed. " SEC. 5. The ieglslature may provide additional means for raising moneys If a reapporlionment and redistricting of the legislature, or the commim~io~ ov for the payment of the interest and principal, of the bonds authorized herein congressional redist~cting is held invalid, in whole or in part, by the supreme court, it and this act shall not be deemed to prbvide an cxclusive method for such shall be inoperative, and the commission shall mc~ within twemy days after thn mapr~me payment, corm opinion is fired and has become final exctusive Of COUrt COSTS. and shall fus~tl~l in Ihe manner and withiri the time' prescrihed. SEC. 6. The bonds herein authorized shall be a legal investment for all (4) If, by reason of removal,' resignation, death, or disability, any nsemb~r of the state funds or for funds under state, control and all funds of municipal com.mi~o9 is, perform thu dut!~ of =he office which (~uallfl(~ I~m to st~fe ~ n corporations. rlr~moer ot Ihe comm=ss~on, as specified ul sot~'.ction (3) of this ~tiOtL, his dut[ee be Performed by his successor ,n ~ffice but if there be none then the governor SEC. 7. This act shall be submitted to the people for their adoption and appoint a person to perform such duties: Provided, That if ~h v~ oc~ri i~ ratification, or rejection, at the general election to be held in this state on the position!oP, either of the commin~e chairmen such vacancy ~ he filled from tl~ membership of the comminee o[ wh=ch he was chairman. Tuesday next succeeding the first MondaN in November, 1958, in accordance (s) The uat supreme court shall have'original jurhKIk~o~ (tO be ~ with the provisions of section 3, Article rill of the state Constitution; and applicatioa of any citizen and taspayer) to compel (by mandamus or o=h=~las) dm in accordance with fh provisions of section I. Article II of the state Con-,.=io, to perform its duties, and to deter'mine the validity of any ~ stitutlon, as amended, and the laws adqpted to facilita~ the operation thereof, tto~ment and tedistrictin~ and congresslooal red/striet/ns =omplbd~d ~ bY Isislatur or by'the commission. SEe. 8. This act is neqe.~ary for the immediate preservation of the public (6) All member= of the commiation =hall he reimbursed for trsv~ (mlDsist(~ dm~ peace, health and safe.ty, the support o( the s~te government mud its existing ~, technical, and. .o~ aid, a~.d" all. other n~O. expe~ b=cun-e4 by =hem in public ins'fitUfiOas, arid ~hall take effc~ immediately penomm~me m t~elr om~"s, voucners therefor may be drawn upon [~d~ ~ , son,rally for legislative ~, or upom any ~ fund which IBy ~ Passed the Senate March I!, 1957. _ (.7) The existin~ section 3 of AnieM ![ a~l m~+Uo~ !~ of Arth~ XXVU.e~ Passed the House March 14, 1957. ~=o~utution of the ~utte of Washington are repeated. Apprnved by the Governor March 26~ 1957. Passed the Senate' March 12, 1957. Passed the House Maeeh 11, tgYL " O~Ic~ oF .V1crolt A. M~Yrdm, Io.. A. ~. ~ I.. ~. l~slde.t ol the Senate. SECRETARY OF STATIC, STATE OF WASHINg. SpaP.~ of ~ Howe. I, Viclor A. Meyers, Secretary, of .Sta~ o[ .tho Stat~ of W~hi~a OFFtCl~-De VIL"['~"~. M~, _c:ol~.~9~.~pmr Z.~,LS o%ly~7, passeaoymeLegma reozme3ta~ot . I: VictorA.. M cyers,, Secre~.~ of State of the'Stab= o[Washingtoa. .~.~~ its _Thh~'~th . .S~gn a~.'aow i&mtified as R~enmdum Bill nerevy eertity tllat the avove ann loregoing oontains a f~dl. Ii~ and ~ I+ INO. ll~,.=~ ltom Ineo~olsmo measuro now oa IL~ tu my oam+. c)py o[ .~,n~tF /oint R.~ol_utipn No. 12, pass~ by'tlm.~ of I1~ WU.~V~ My Hand and the Seal el ~he Sate d Washington this 2Sth daF =mm.o.t.w~mmgmn...m =is L'mrtyL.~~ Se~ioa, a, aPlm:m's lrom 1/~ OdlltOd SUla )958. oz Ima JOint KCSOlUUOn now on me m my orate, . Witneu My Ha.d and the Seal of the State of Waslgt~to= tlfit 2$th I ,,'--: ' $~~ $1