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Sept. 22, 1960 Monroe Monitor. Monroe, Wash. PAGE THREE. Fall Bulbs Are Here! MORSE VARIETY SHUFFLEBOARD ELIMINATIONS For an Evening of Fun Phy Shufflebd Elna- tion Every Friday und Sa-- day Nit, for Hms, Chick- ens. Lots of Action. No,O lay, veral Chanc to Wh, Two Long Brds. Log0er's Inn Tavern SULTAN - [] Pheasant.Punchcards School Boards SeekTo Raise Teachers Salaries In State Now Avmlable Here Pheasant hunting punchcards, The salaries  Washington's for the general hunting season teachers will be raised by an aver- to open October 9, are now age of $580.40 (10.3%)during 1961- available in Monroe sporting 62 if the state's school boards lave goods stores. The cards, for their way. some untold reason, have been According to a field research delayed in their issuance. They project conducted by the Washing- arrived in Monroe Monday o/ ,ton State School Directors' Associ- this week. , ation, school board members rec- r ommend a further increase for teachers of $285.39 (4.6%) during 1962-63. The impact of these salary increases on the legislature's 1961 appropriation for the public schools approximates $43 million. Derived from local district estimates from all over the State, these figures represent the views of school boards responsible for th-e educa- tion o 99.4% of all ol Washlngton's BEEF POT VERIFINE QUALITY U,S: CHOICE I GRAIN FED  BLADE CUT c CAlt E MIX CROCKER Devils Food White Yellow Choc. Malt 20-oz. Velveeta Cheese 2-1. ! Loaf B IS Q U IC K French POTATOES Fried [he "[ 2-in-one" Mix 39 u 4/*1 40-oz Frozen ,, Packaoe Lb. Pkgs: SgGAR 2/25( BROWN OR PWD. Lb. PKG. ASPARAGUS 3/'I WALLA WALLA  Spears'_ ......... 303 TINS / PINEAPPLE ,IUICE, 4/'1 DOLE ............................ 'i, TINS sYRuP 29' TASTEWELL .............................. : ............ 24-oz. HAWAIIAN PU00H 3/'1 FROM 5 TROPICAL FRUITS ' .... 46.oz. D/'t / IE' Crushed ... 4/S! PINEAPPLE GREEN BEANS 6/'1 SHURFINE -- CUT No. 4 SIEVE .... 303 TINS COTTAGE CHEESE 25' SHUR-FRESH ...................... PINT CARTON GRAPE JELLY SUNNY JIM ......................................... PINEAPPLE DOLE -- SLICED No. 2 TIN 31'I 3/'I U.S. Choice Verifine -- Lots of lean, smaller bone. 7-BONE ROASTS or CHUCK STEAK lb. I U.S. Choice Verifine, Chuck Arm Cuts, Lean, flavorful, SWISS STEAK Ib.59' Texas No. 1 Pound Yams Wash. Medium Size Yellow ONIONS PEa Bag 19 STRICTLY FRESH, lean, guaranteed quality Large Eastern Washington Each 00OUND BEEF lb. 39' GREEN PEPPERS 3/10 Young Select Steer, Eat more liver stay healthy Wash. Red Extra Fancy, first of the season Pound BEEF LIVER lb. 49 Delicious Apples 2-1bs. 33 II Prices effecfive Sepf. 22-23-24 Ri, ghf To Limif Formerly Price Rite & Stuert's Market school children. Meeting in Yakima, the Execu- tive Committee of the Directors' Association noted that, while the salary increase is a substanLia] cnc, e total money involved is 40% less than hhe amount sought by the Washinon Education Associ- ation, a teacher's professional or- ganization. Other recommendations derived from the study, and sure to have an influence upon the 1961 school appropriation by the State legisla- ture, follow: IAa average annual increase of 4.78% in school administrators' salaries. 2--An increase of $2,553,819 in wage ,and salary payments to non- certificated employees. (Th i s amounts to a 3.58% raise in 1961- 62 and a further increase by 3.02% in 1962-63). 3---85% of the responding school boards thought school costs would continue to inflate--at an average rate of 3.03% in 1961-62 and of 2.79% in 1962-63. 4--A need for $6,82 million fGr maintenance which local districts have had to defer because of more pressin$ and immediate needs. 5--A total of $6.48 million in addi- tional money for improvements in tTle curricuhun. 6--$535,000 more for the purchase operating kindergartens. al supplies. biennium ahead. Irfformation relative to these school costs has 'been conveyed to the State Superintendent of Public Instruction to ,aid him in preparing an appropriation request r st- mission to the next legislature. Further minor revisions will be made when a firm of certified pub- lic accountants completes i.ts anal. ysis of the tabulations and when local districts' October reports be- come available. Those revised fig- ures will then be conveyed to leg- islators for their informaHon and guidance. Ice cream was known as far bact as 54 A.D. It was first manufactur- ed commercially in 1851 by a Mary- land Quaker, Joseph Fnssell. LEGAL NOTICES IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND FOR SNOHOMISH COUNTY NO. 30428 NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Matter o the Estate of LORETTA M. REILLY, Deceased NOTICE IS t[EREBY GIVEN: '[hat the undersigned has been appointed and is now the quali- 7--Sufficient funds for the Sate's fled executor of ,the eate of usual part sharing in the costs o]F LORETTA M. REILLY, deceased. of better or increased instruction- That all persons having claims a- 8--87% of Vashinon's school districts intend to continue their teachers' classroom load (number of students per teacher) at about the same level. The remaining 13% plan to reduce that relationship by an average of 3.3 students per teacher. 9--While many districts elt that comparing Washington teaeher' salaries with like salaries in other states had no significance unless Washington competed witr those other states a substantial major- ity felt. Washington's relative posi- tion should be raised from 14th place (,at present) to eighth in the gainst said deceased are hereby required to serve the same duly verified, on executor or Atterney at the addi'ess below stated and ile the same with the Clerk of the said Court., ,together with proof of such service within six months after Septembor 22, 960., the date of first publication of this Notice. TERRANCE J. REILLY Executor THOMAS P. GABLE, Attorney or Executor 312 Colby Building, Everebt, Washington Published September 22, 29 and October 6, 1960. Ownership of Land By Aliens Proposed Amendment to the State ,Constitution TO BE VOTED ON NOVEMBER 8, 1960 Office of Victor A. Meyers, Secretary of State, State of Washington. To Whom It May Concern: In obedience to the State Constitution, and the Joint Resolution of the State Legislature hereinafter referred to, there is hereby published for the consideration of the voters of the State of Washington, the proposed amend- ment to the constitution of the said state, as follows: OFFICIAL BALLOT TITLE Senate Joint Resolution No. 4 i OWNERSHIP OF LAND BY ALIENS Shall the constitutional restriction upon the own- ership of land in the State of Washington by aliens be removed by repealing Section 33, Article II as amended by Amendments 24 and 29 of the State Constitution? Be It Resolved, By the Senate and the 'House of Representatives of the State of Washington in legislative session assembled: THAT, At the next general election to be held in this state there shall be submitted to the qualified voters of this state, for their adoption or rejection, the following proposed amendment to the Constitution of the State of Washington: Section 33, Article II and Amendments 24 and 29 amendatory thereof, of the Constitution of the State of Washington are each hereby repealed: And Be It Further Resolved, That the secretary of state shall cause the foregoing constitutional amendment to be published for at least three months next preceding the election in a weekly newspaper in every county in the state in which such a newspaper is published. ' Passed the 'Senate February 27. 1959. Passed the House February 26 1959 JOHN A. CHERBERG. JOHN L. O'BRI']I. ' " President o the Senate. , . Speaker oy the House. Office of Victor A. Meyers, Secretary of State, State of Washington. I, Victor A. Meyers, Secretary of State of the state of Washington, hereby Certify that the above and fore- contains a full, true and correct copy of Senate Joint Resolution No. 4, passed by the Legislature of the State of Washington at its Thirty-sixth Session, as ap- ars from the original of said Joint Resolution now on e in my office. WitaeXs My Hand.and the Seal of the State of Waah- laon  Is t day of August, 1960, ., VICTOB A. , Secretary of S.'